18 Burst results for "Saratov"

"saratov" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:07 min | 3 weeks ago

"saratov" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"What the book does is it starts with the real way this came about is Stalin started with literary poisoning He started with secret poisoning using anthrax and he would target individual people and kill them And he thought this was such a great thing He started a huge bioweapons facility still in operation Today under food at saratov and the Soviet Union west of east of Moscow and another one in kattenburg and in the urals These both leaked just described in the book The one of you Chapman killed over a thousand people and they blamed it on tainted meat If that sounds familiar those bioweapons labs expanded into China And in the Putin period Putin has lighted them all off again So they're in full operation Of course as the book describes in 1977 China was involved in developing a vaccine to a flu that existed only in its own lab And that leaked and what worldwide I had the 1977 flu And it was pretty much what is very likely to have happened again in Wuhan China in 2019 You're a great lawyer I start off with the idea sort of rest it's a lot of which are the same speaks for itself When you have a terrible virus that exists nowhere at all in nature and it appears right on the doorstep of a bio war lab that counts for me for a lot And then the Chinese killed the Doctor Who actually discovered it after charging with revealing state secrets Destroyed all the records as a lawyer when I get a guide destroying all the records I understand that That means that the evidence they contain is still bad that even the fact of destruction is not as bad as what you've learned from them And so we cover the Wuhan lab in the book

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John O'Neill: Stalin Started Bioweapons Lab, Still Existent Today

Mark Levin

02:07 min | 3 weeks ago

John O'Neill: Stalin Started Bioweapons Lab, Still Existent Today

"What the book does is it starts with the real way this came about is Stalin started with literary poisoning He started with secret poisoning using anthrax and he would target individual people and kill them And he thought this was such a great thing He started a huge bioweapons facility still in operation Today under food at saratov and the Soviet Union west of east of Moscow and another one in kattenburg and in the urals These both leaked just described in the book The one of you Chapman killed over a thousand people and they blamed it on tainted meat If that sounds familiar those bioweapons labs expanded into China And in the Putin period Putin has lighted them all off again So they're in full operation Of course as the book describes in 1977 China was involved in developing a vaccine to a flu that existed only in its own lab And that leaked and what worldwide I had the 1977 flu And it was pretty much what is very likely to have happened again in Wuhan China in 2019 You're a great lawyer I start off with the idea sort of rest it's a lot of which are the same speaks for itself When you have a terrible virus that exists nowhere at all in nature and it appears right on the doorstep of a bio war lab that counts for me for a lot And then the Chinese killed the Doctor Who actually discovered it after charging with revealing state secrets Destroyed all the records as a lawyer when I get a guide destroying all the records I understand that That means that the evidence they contain is still bad that even the fact of destruction is not as bad as what you've learned from them And so we cover the Wuhan lab in the book

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"saratov" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

Daily Tech Headlines

02:43 min | 4 months ago

"saratov" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

"24th, 2022. I'm rich strap aleno. Attorneys general from the District of Columbia, Texas, Washington, and Indiana filed a lawsuit against Google, alleging the company deploys dark patterns to influence users to provide more location data. The lawsuit also alleges that from 2014 to 2019, Google made false claims about information collection when people turned off location history in settings. Panasonic will start mass producing new lithium ion batteries as early as 2023, which are twice as big as older versions, but offer 5 times the capacity, estimated to provide 50% more range at the same weight while costing up to 20% less to produce. Panasonic began development of these batteries at the request of Tesla, who will receive the first shipments. According to the analysts at geologic, Microsoft, Amazon, and alphabet, each announced more acquisitions in 2021 than any year in the past decade. Microsoft publicly announced 56 deals, Amazon 29 and alphabet 22. The value of those deals also hit ten year highs for Microsoft and alphabet with Amazon's $15.7 billion deal volume trailing behind 2017 when it bought whole foods for $13.7 billion. The Tor project on the Russian digital rights organization RAS comes to a boda filed an appeal to a decision by the saratov district court to block the Tor project dot org website in Russia. The site was blocked into December 2021. Tor argues the decision was not based on any particular content, saying the band violates the constitutional right to freely provide, receive and disseminate information and protect privacy. Russian users account for the second largest tour user base with over 300,000 daily users. You may have seen headlines recently saying peloton had halted all production of its bikes and treadmills as demand grinds to a halt. You may have also seen headlines about the negative impact these stories had on peloton stock. Ahead of upcoming earnings, peloton CEO, John foley, released a statement under the heading, rumors that we are halting all production of bikes and treads are false. The statement went on to say that with pandemic driven demand waning, it will right size its production. It did not deny reports of layoffs, but fully said the company is considering all options. The Chinese firm fuso 9 85 technology acquired a WeChat account previously set up for Australia's prime minister Scott Morrison. Morrison's office used the account to target Australian voters of Chinese ethnic origin with messages in Mandarin, but lost access to the account in July. The account renamed itself Australia, China new life in January, and notified followers promote Chinese life in Australia. According to a fuso 9 85 employee, the company bought the account because it had a large fan base, but was unaware it was connected to Morrison. HP announced a.

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"saratov" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

07:53 min | 10 months ago

"saratov" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

"That. Have the money and you have the commitment department to do what we would say. It's a department in. August is completely hostage. So what people say. Get no money. We have custody. Two planeloads nurses gone to australia. There's planeloads endorses the uk at the saratov. The pandemic we asked him to come back and and very few did no hoses a people volunteer to go back in. When when you put poodle card for people contacted office that were winning or you know who is willing to give up her job that she woken in the private sector because of skins being done in his to see. I she volunteered. Who doesn't seem contact way office and then never cut the car. That's to to come to the right there posing the people want to their peers. You know they didn't have appeared in student. Nurses went into the hospitals in the and i spoke to vote to fewer than that was another reason now. Caller says here beds are not the issue it's staffing. The can't get the nurses and one of the arguments company made is the nurses komen straight out to school traitor straight out of college getting on a plane out of here as you know coming. Finishing college know what they're looking for is a contract that will go into temporary contracts. These just new county for offices when they come over coverage while we see in every nurse comes over college should begin each in the counties job so that this call is but we you you would do you would hire them say and the had contacted no procedures like everyone. That's through before before they say but what we do know. Pg is that were saw hundreds of not hoses over and loads doctors. Here's one of the things thomas. let's let you go with this one. Here's one of the things that really grinds my gears about when an important job comes. Open the hate chassis. So let's imagine. I'm a consultant raise consultant. Blow for like i'm here. Let's imagine right. And i'm a consultant. And i tell the hospital where i'm working. Okay guys i am moving on. I'm going to go to be a blow for there and Handing in by notice and finish the thirty first of december window. They advertise my post. Tom or yes. I rented has. My post. jealous won't believe me. I venue isn't it didn't they. That goes to the problem of the bureaucracy is the unions. Don't want us can't advertise a post or the person is still in it. The unions have all agreed to that with. That's government bureaucracy. Read here what we have. Ruling hiring ruling interviews should be running twenty twenty one onto the year fifty two weeks of the year. The minute stuff either leave retire and did you have to give a considerable amount to notice. Your job lake consultant. You gotta give seven months notice. This is the problem with the system. I'm don't invention. Someone was coming up to retirement. They knew the man was going to be retiring. When did they advertise the post till where you into awesome was was under a conservative retired to years ago our we contacted here to see to see who assisted doctors position and cock. You had nolan nolan. So exactly what's happening with a picture and hiring and we do only possibly could see is a person indulgent no. This was very specialist consultant position dot com not chop retire teams to do he her claire of notice this to had all then tears and declan after the problem with the here to see the bureaucracy and not of the golden to that odin. What we need is visit to hire people to what we don't do a problem here and feed the foreign people coming. Tenderness west rival. The problems is dealing these problems while was trying to do what seems to be more flexible. Water carnegie and listen to the doctor. I'm donnie because we're busy. Thomas thank you very much. That's a fishing fancy of car. North central thomas school that that is just an. I've never been able to find anybody who can actually. So i am a doctor and this is the eleventh august and i get offered a great job in scotland. So are you going to give my required amount of notice to hse. And i say okay. I'm handing him a notice. I will finish up thirty. Four december. my job won't be advertised in the first week in january. However if i get offered a fabulous job in radio in the uk or anywhere. For that matter. I nick downstairs here at the end of the day. I have a quick conversation with the boston. Say look them and to give notice. I'll be finishing up and thirty. Four december delivered his job tomorrow or the day after. And have someone saying to fallen. So where's the problem. Eighteen fifty seven one five nine six back too far more far more easy going matters next the opinion on cork's manatee six. Fm tonight kardashian. Hearings group call them now for motor home business farm life on health insurance. The cambe music mix on cork's ninety-six wanna win big in the afternoon. Join me. I'm always good for a giveaway. Maybe thanks given you all your favorite tunes right across today and we'll have you on the air for a bit of a chat as well. I've heidi kind of one. I honest like i've been high for her geraci watching every quite soccer on tv last night. View are shocker. Mayor understand he spoofs me sending outside the murdoch committee to four pm. Cardi intone douglas. Great unveiling colleagues shopping centers followed great deals on all your interior decorator courts monte six. Fm or what now six ninety thanks on ninety six fm comments on the health system and how we might improve as an who could we possibly trust to improve it. Because over the years no one's actually managed to do it despite shelton abusers to louder than the woman went before but we will return to all that he still around now. 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"saratov" Discussed on Museumspodden

Museumspodden

03:15 min | 11 months ago

"saratov" Discussed on Museumspodden

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"saratov" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"saratov" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"As well but if he does demonstrations in russia but like the one in russia was to fight off multiple opponents. But just two guys this look it is. Yeah this this seems more like aikido defense so youngest would bring throwing. Yeah all right anyway. I like other politely. Wedding there turns to attack. That's more like guns from the dodgers and did was he with kelly le brock. Yeah okay what power coupla. By hours i watched old. was it prell commercial. The donate me. Because i'm beautiful. She had lips before lips. Were thing we had him. Nationally relying god. So we didn't talk about this but actor. Miles teller got jumped in hawaii recently. Of course you did. And he confirmed on twitter that he was jumped by two guys in a bathroom in maui where he was vacationing with his wife. And a couple of friends. Aaron rodgers and shaleen woodley. Just wrap topgun. He's that's why he's there. No okay according to them according to people magazine. The molly police department responded to a report of an assault that occurred at a west maui restaurant involving a male victim and one responsible party. The incident currently under investigation. According to reports miles had been punched in the face outside the bathroom of the monkey pods kitchen. Aw love that place. of course. they've been there a dozen time monkey bus spectacular ever getting punched in never punched in the face. And you didn't have the experience but it's so funny. Okay bud we'll give odds awesome is it. A dispute is over well. I heard the rumored dispute is lindsay. Let's check our gossip sources. There they tied in the angle that they still owed their wedding planner. A bunch of money like fifty thousand dollars so. Tmz said z. Said sixty grand wedding planner but then they said they use the different wedding planners so i think what they did is they probably used a wedding planner. And that thing where it's like. You're an app so we're going to one. And then they went. You still owe at sixty. But it's like we never went through with you so maybe within got punched in the face in the bathroom. And then he was he was not scared or broken or anything he was called the guys losers and like trying to stand up and the guys from the restaurant or like pushing them apart and he was filming it the whole time to see. That's that's pretty bad ass stance all you hear that. But that's the other thing are they really tying together stiffling some wedding planner and miles teller getting punched in the face as those two things are related. I think it's the wedding planners husband. Oh plus the giants have certain fighting spirit to reestablish get married in hawaii. Okay you go. That's strong evidence I would've fought him over that scene where his hands bleed after practicing the drums right punched him in the face for that. Oh yeah don't ever come don't ever besmirch watch whiplash. The worst the worst. John never. I never fought against. Yeah well well give me a shot of a vast in an upscale body. Hold my hand for a second. I'll tell you something that. I've been keeping myself for a long time. Only fans thing is so. I have stifled myself for years. When brian adema talked about whiplash for years. I think it is just okay. Yeah i think it is fair. I love j. k. simmons. I think it's fairly predictable. I think it's a little more caricatured than than anything that's ever happened. In reality tunnel. They play whiplash at the end. Of course it's predictable. More along the line or drummer broke gina's heart. I wanted to love that. it's okay. I will say that. It's okay if you buy the general premise but the specifics are just a mess. Realizes mex yes. It's a mess. Well now hold on a second. Like i couldn't enjoy episodes of home improvement because he'd be like i got the four three eighty seven a mo- par inch got hollowed out camps. There's no such thing as solid archives too much. Maybe you know too much about drumming though. I think but i think the difference is. He's not just saying if if home improvement if he'd gotten in the car and it went seven hundred and fifty miles an hour. You would go. That's so shing and not an accurate depiction of drummers alive no the world is interesting sort of scholastic jazz. That's an interesting world. More university driven than club driven That sort of interesting there is a world out there. There's a lot here's the deal. There's a lot of asshole band leaders and that could they could have made. Hey off. I mean i had a buddy who played with paul anka in vegas and they used to call an anchor tress. That's how bad the so there's a rich world with a lot of humor in it. They didn't get anywhere near it. It was all petrified musicians petrified of the leader and you guys know musicians have the best sense of humor and their as good or better than comics in terms of telling green room stories and you saw none of them all right. Let's agree to disagree. I don't wanna drill down. Because i've steven seagal drums saratov. But i don't know where saratov is did you know where saratov was it's russia. Was it rush on the fuck. I thought you would know. Why would i go. Were saratov is clearly. It summer in russia saying he's fighting in russia's fighting in russia russia russia. You saying. I can't find anything like that. And then you go. We have minute tournament. Saratov takes how who knows where sara sorry russia russia's end to t. at the first off russia claims land gives up plan claims it gives it up. I don't know what we've if they are if this is part of russia Or not. 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"saratov" Discussed on Standup Comedy   "Your Host and MC"

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"saratov" Discussed on Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

"A dollar thirty eight okay. I was saying we have been here all week. He's back with us again. Tonight is his debut for this week. You're limited. Mary talent comic magician or glad to have back with us and he's going to be coming up soon as i can remember that name. Thank you michael law. Michael hear the first part of the week ethics anyway wasn't people pm tuesday wednesday. I knew that i was tricky up. She wants tuesday tuesday. A guy that group want grass all over sudden. You want to check these speakers. Really nice feedback. Please thank you on these guys married or just using each other nice ramming each other under the table. That's cute she's going off the wanna be cut. You guys obviously american. You're sitting maybe. We're going all out for the thunderbird here. We do have five food years chef homemade working very hard back in the kitchen deli. saratov's dinners available fact. There goes one of the servers right there. Sydney the head food sir writer going down in the third row the head turner early titles anyway also supposed to mention next to the ten dollar bill. Marie burka she could make it. Whereas meritas awfully providence. Back to the city seats great adriana take care of special people that hidenori your friends let me a fire. Said say something so something. Let's talk about five to is she. How old are you you twenty two. Sure that's nice. Thank you re bubba pack tuten. Well it's it's a special occasion stuff like that. Well look we have all these people speak up. Sorry too late three birthday. A lot of people that are hammered. Back there in the same want to updated obviously friends spreading the money around to get anybody noticed. But it's nice. You could join us a great show coming up. And it's time we started back. States stays our first standing ovation. The front here just right so anyway. I act tonight coming up from southern california regular last unlimited for improv club. The comedy store. All those guys great places. Becky's new york worked at dangerfield's in the comic strip ladies and gentlemen that's clause i act. Lee yalo at tiffany job. Did what a professional job down the audience after the paid six bucks again. That's really really nice to see everybody here girls. Are you two girls. That's typical cal. I also have to start to show. I wanna know what can i. Is this a jewish crowd. What the reason i ask tech it always performed find that you found by the way to laugh. You want to listen. If i had a choice. Walk the jewish neighborhood. Jews don't have gang problems and not tough people. could you imagine jayson gains on the street. Yarmulke stole to decide men coming up to one of my condo back and talk about among jewish so this way you not offend you guys knocking out. You could start your own. People a mile away any talents. It i tell you. I tell or something else. I love the way to come running home. Where the kid though to roughing the too macho this what it is but it landed being really steak knife. This is no tomorrow's daytime. This is nice looking couple. very nice. you're looking to really this. I'll tell you dating is is hard. It's very hard. I feel sorrowful because women are such a targets. He men have no compassion. When it comes to the no you go out with a girl white guys meter you so and then you throw compliments left and right honey you look beautiful is make your take them out for one worse here you ready. Whoopie the same like young. I'm waiting for my wife to be boring bar once in a while. I noticed some women guys back me up from this. I noticed women benefit faraway. mike alaska. Just try so hard to be on their best. It's amazing groceries very pretty and she you know trying to impress each other and she had a niche normal thing you know. She had a niche in abreast. And she would not touch it. She tried to avoid it but she could not take it anymore. we talk. She knows only beaten shit. Oh my daddy's girl.

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"saratov" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"saratov" Discussed on KTOK

"Com. He's here with me tonight as the guest because this is homeland security off the record. Tonight. We're talking about Vladimir Putin. Tonique Emory in his career has done a pretty in depth study of Vladimir Putin and when we were talking about him and this most recent poisoning that happened in Russia Of Tony said Yes. I would like to talk about that. So I thank you so much, Tony. For your 40 years of service and for sharing your insights into homeland security Now point you wanted me to make that I forgot to is. Your career took place before the Soviet Union. Tell us that Oh, yeah. It began a few years before the Soviet Union collapsed in December of 91 then went on to about 94 95. Of course, we were. Still our focus was on Soviet Spies before and after, because that's what the entire intelligence community was geared up for counterterrorism was basically a blip on the radar screen at the time. So based on what you said awhile ago, it seems like Vladimir Putin has been unknown operator for Years. Um Well early on. He wasn't as I explained, but as he began using his connections and You know being a Yes, man. He he moved up the ladder. I think I ended by saying that When he Went back to Moscow. With the position and Kremlin's influential business Administration Department as a deputy, the Powell Barone. Who said, you know three years later would be in the limelight for the biggest corruption scandal involving billions of laundered alluded dollars. While in that office. Putin also handled the problems of Russian property abroad. Within months he was transferred. Nelson's administration is head of the control Department of Influence will watchdog body. With this new assignment, Putin was in effect put in charge of the Kremlin's relations with 89 Russian regime regions. It proved to be a tough bureaucrat who resisted getting more power in the country is independent minded regional Landers. 98. He was promoted to deputy chief. Of the Presidential administration, but was sent appointed. Director of the Federal Security Service, which is the Predecessor of the KGB, replacing army General Nikolai Kabul of I returned home, Putin says. Now to the KGB is old guard. Putin's comeback is their boss was someone of a shock. Many resigned others who did not keep their mouths shut, retired. By the summer of 99, nearly 40 senior officers, many of them generals in their early fifties, including several regional FSB chiefs were out of the cold. They were replaced by more loyal officers. Particularly by Putin's former comrade Angel ST Petersburg. One time when later land and Putin CIA's efforts, FSB chief To put down just continual grumbling. Putin took over other measures. He arranged for a regular and timely payments of salaries to the FSB staff. He made vigorous efforts to revive the flagging spirit of the subordinates by constantly reviving memories of a glorious past on the legacy of KGB Director Yuri Andropov. He also initiated a major overhaul in streamlining of the FSB upper structure, with an emphasis on the economic divisions and the elimination of duplication waste. But perhaps his most notable achievement lies in an entirely different area. In contrast to hit his timid forerunners likes to caution and common law. Putin had no qualms about breaking the law as long it was politically expedient served interest of his soul Master President Nelson When Yuri Securitas. Russia's prosecutor, general, lost investigation corrupted Kremlin elite. He probably didn't realize that he might graze inadvertently Putin, and as it turned out, he had no Western Yeltsin himself and his family. Enraged Yeltsin struck back You order Putin to reframe securitized in a sex scandal on old KGB method of compromising targeted individuals. In clear violation of the new constitution and existing order. Existing orders and regulations. Between the FSB and the prosecutor's office. Putin successfully carried out A presidential directive for the FSB bugged securitize apartment and country house. And videotape him cavorting with two prostitutes and an FSB wired apartment. The tape was released to the state owned television channel and showing the millions of years across the country. Was Saratov, which used to resign. Putin pressured his deputy. Yuri Chaika organize a lawsuit against security Two women allegedly abused by the prosecutor general report allegedly Settlements. Later, Prime Minister Putin rewarded, uh, strike with the post of Minister of Justice. I could go on and on. Where would you like me to go? So these tactics same very familiar, don't they? Yes, they they are vory familiar. We're going to be publishing this entire thing. With updates very soon Now I must like this was done with both open source. There's no classified information and it it was done with open sores. And the help of a number of ex KGB officials. Who, uh, not like Putin, who fled to America one whom I know Very, very closely. It was a very close who knew Putin very well and helped us to put together this profile, which, interestingly enough got the attention of Langley in the state Department in there. U S Embassy in Moscow. And what did they do with it once they had it? Um, I'm sure they used it to help them understand who they were dealing with. Um Because there wasn't a lot of information about him..

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"saratov" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

10:02 min | 1 year ago

"saratov" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A midnight Saturdays. And we'll hear some music for piano and strings. You might not be surprised to learn. There's a pretty sizeable ensemble playing this music in the background. You might be surprised to learn They're all playing a single instrument. The piano Boeing the strings. This is a work by the American composer Stephen Scott, who was really leader in Turning the piano into a kind of virtual string orchestra will also hear some music from Saratov ACI from the Kentucky pianist and composer Rachel Grimes, formerly of the band, Rachel's. England's Poppy Ackroyd. She plays both piano and string instruments and a couple of others. So all of that happens tomorrow night at midnight. If you'd like to hear this new sounds program again, it's in our audio archives. You can hear it any time you like, though, it'll be easier if you have the program number. This is new Sounds number 44 04. Which we've some titled Earth seen from above taking the long view of our planet. And the piece will hear next is called Earth Seen from above. It's from MEREDITH Monks, Opera Atlas and Opera told in typical MEREDITH Monk style without words, for the most part, just using the voice. For it's kind of native emotional and storytelling abilities and the story of atlases. Loosely inspired by the French adventurer and author Alexandra Dava Nail, who traveled Tio Tibet back in the 19 twenties, when it was closed to foreigners and wrote about Asian and Asian religions. And so she's the inspiration for the main character of Atlas and the scene in which this music takes place. Is late in the opera when she and her companions have undergone a kind of You know, serious of ordeals and if ascended to another plane, and so they can literally looked down upon the planet Earth, although she eventually chooses to return to Earth here is the MEREDITH Monk vocal ensemble with the piece called Earth Seen from above. No. Oh, No 00. Oh, Oh, No. Oh, That.

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"saratov" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"saratov" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"They're not going to do the regular season. That's going to be going. Just do the playoffs. I figure they'd be stupid to do the regular season. Because that's like another two three weeks you don't want to late anymore than you have to. Just start the playoffs where everybody finish. That's it that's the way the ball bounces. So they say in sports but you know I would just start the playoffs. I wouldn't start the regular regular seasons same thing with hockey. If they both resume I would just do the playoffs. That would that would not extend the season because right now you got another month that would cut a month right there and then you could also certain the play. Us Seven Games. Maybe the best out of five you know now would certain the play offs you know so you don't have to go as long. Yeah there's a couple of things to do you don't WanNA starting December. I think that's too long. I think probably November. The prudent thing to do if you have to go in the summer. You're better off shortened season. You know for the following year and then You know playing eighty games. You know maybe play sixty games or something like that. You know I know that again. It's hurting the players. But you know I think if the players and owners split the loss the contract cancel twenty games a season each owner in the PLA- players Saratov and half percent loss and salary and owners get twelve percent. That'd be a fair way to do it but for minor leaguers The you know the developing league right now for the basketball and also the minor leagues for Baseball. I don't think it's a kind of all. I think he should keep them on the payroll. It's little if they make. I mean you know I'll start with you. Just take away that a little bit of money. They make so I would. I think baseball is really smart. They would pay the minor leaguers. Nfs Is no baseball right now in my leagues right now. Just pay him anyway. Because it's not a lot of money and it would at least Showed at your you care a little bit about the little guys. The you know the the major. I think it's the owners did that that would make the players association. Take a second look and say. Hey at least helping the little guys out. Maybe we could take little loss to like. I said I think you just split the loss you know half and half hundred if you cut the season down owners lose half the players lose ask. I think that'd be a fair way to it. It really. Oh I think it totally is. It's definitely in practically the right thing to do. But you know you set yourself the more rich you are the cheaper. You are at the same time so I I. Don't we'll have to see how those concessions were Vince. I gotta run to a break. Thanks for the call man. You have a good day to day. Care that Vince out in Lafayette California. I'm dumping commit is just a couple more minutes left in the our titillating sports don't even recognize myself anymore. I'm really worried about him. His addiction. I haven't seen them like this ever. I never wanted to start using. I knew the drill but I was out of options. I just WanNa tell them. It's not your fault there. Are PEOPLE OUT THERE? Who can help people.

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"saratov" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

Data Engineering Podcast

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"saratov" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

"Yeah i definitely agree that. There has been a much broader definition of what the responsibilities are for any given engineer because of the fact that there are a lot more abstractions for us to build off of and so it empowers engineers to be able to actually have a much greater impact packed with a similar amount of actual effort because of the fact that they don't have to worry about everything from the silla up to the presentation layer because there are so many different print useful prebuilt capabilities that they can take advantage of an think more in terms of the systems rather than the individual bits and bytes yeah exactly and in terms of your overall efforts for community building and community management there are a number of different sort focal points for communities to grow around that happen because of different shared interests or shared history so there are programming language language communities their communities focused on disciplines such as a front end development or product management or business and i'm wondering during what your experience has been in terms of how to orient a community focus along the axis of data given that it can can in some ways be fairly nebulous as to what are the common principles in data because there are so many different ways to come at it and so many different formats that data can take yeah i think the core you know one of the core values for us and i don't know if this is necessarily specific to data or not but it's just openness and <hes> i think especially you know we ourselves as much much more than just a conference series <hes> and we use the word community in our team at our events and just to describe what we're doing on dozens and dozens of times a week and so <hes> yeah i think the community bond and the mentality for our brand super super high. I think that you know there's a there's also an open source sort of commitment. I think that's a mentality. I think that's a that's a coding being <hes> disciplined and style <hes> and i think that sharing knowledge is just super important in any of these technical fields in so engineers are super thirsty. Thank you for knowledge and we see our selves as being a connecting point where engineers data scientists can come share knowledge with each other. I think especially maybe that's it's a little bit <hes> accelerated in the case of data science or air research on because he's things are changing so fast and so there is a little bit of an accelerator her in terms of of the way that we're able to see our community grow and the interest in the space because so much of the technical stuff is changing quickly and you know engineers of need a trusted source to come to where they can find and get surfaced the best and most interesting research and and most interesting open source tools. I'm so we've capitalized on that and and try and be an woman on one hand sort of media company <hes> you know on the other hand events business on the other hand work community on on but were sort of putting all these things together in a way that we think benefits careers french nears in it enables them to level up the careers and make them smarter and get better jobs ops and you'd awesome people so really all in all we saratov's spilling this building this awesome talent community around data a._i. Worldwide relied on and we think we're in a super unique position to.

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"saratov" Discussed on The MMA Beat

The MMA Beat

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"saratov" Discussed on The MMA Beat

"Or in your favorite podcast app so it's not an action packed weekend this weekend the now my house to be said u._f._c. are taking a break but ballot or two to five will take place and look at oil there. He's so so excited about it oil. It's gone down in the webster bank arena in connecticut no well yeah it's a great spot and might might mitchell <music> own it will rematch against sergei ivanov forcefully of course ended in a no contest so interesting to see here michio. I think this might be as force void since he lost a beta. You're right they're wrong. I am oh no saratov was sorry jesus thing and yeah yeah i find it hard to invest in this straight off to tell him not gonna not gonna lie tally minakov on harvey allah to to veteran campaigners there of <hes> he lost that last basically check congo is taking the total title shot because of it so i mean belt on worcester had the mind in good stead before that david rocco's in there as well the cave monte yes yes against unbeaten ukrainian yaroslava almost off and you will be representing europe this weekend and we don't have a whole lot of europeans on this card. Nick news maintenance debbie nick neil making his debut against a man who was grace's shores. Mr cory browning indeed yeah so <hes> do i do. I hope for nick very likable. Go off johnson is this is a ballot or debut. The mustache must be oh well now. He's lost a check. Hongo already unfortunately check actually finish them on believable. I am ricky bond j. few names and this is just a scattered vary wildly. Look i mean nick newell corey rounding that will be a watchable rickles and be watchable and and call main main are interested in you see that mike kimball who is a it was. Tommy is working with tommy got them. The big viral knockout is eh debut. I believe he got a decision as last night. He's he's an interesting to watch. 'em also rookie bonday house on at the mine who k._o. James gallaher her of course <hes> he was he was straight out to forest there in his last two gave one accuweather who was like top prospect a bantamweight federal way on fifty four and he lost him boy decision. That's that's a that's a that's. A veteran has come to iraqi letter. Both patrick makes his debut looks. Though lactate was unbelievable. I mean salvage so relate to watch ricky. I think he was a blue chip prospect so i i thought will be interesting to watch austin vendor for it. As well. Mr von santa's the calls them will take on joseph career and so it's just it's been buried. I think with the u._f._c. on life ballots wherever another card and five weeks or something like that so yeah long haired as well as the sixteen yeah. She's someone's just question. Listen battle towards promotional tactics and walter dean ready to get the fight cards out there because <hes> i'm not really invested in this way. I mean like with some which europeans on their to ghetto is towards goi sports. They are really you at lowe's not russell not at all what what's sticking out to you. They're gonna i love watching as you said earlier on eric. Davis regards fodder to walk obviously so for those two losses. I'm very intrigued to see how nick newell those on his debut against against cory browning the guy who's obviously being on dana white's contender series we now being from his time and w aso f i think he fought h. E. is that correct and lost justin and retired for you. Know really sort of interesting intriguing character obviously is disability so that's what were you wanna you wanna get behind. I think this emphasis air gap behind him on the alva. Sorta has a lot of great supports does how will work for him not to go founder for noise toyota's rally. That's a good time for us to conan like i mean and it is a case in regards against six win streak and you're looking at you. Just you just want to see and how this is going to be and am <hes>. I'm interested to see us on you know. He's obviously had a couple of grappled. Jake shields there <hes> during the summer and lost apple. Call you who seem name sona course unbelievable.

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"saratov" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"saratov" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"Or in your favorite podcast app so it's not an action packed weekend this weekend the now my house to be said u._f._c. are taking a break but ballot or two to five will take place and look at oil there. He's so so excited about it oil. It's gone down in the webster bank arena in connecticut no well yeah. It's a great spot and might might mitchell <music> own will rematch against sergei ivanov forcefully of course ended in a no contest so interesting to see here michio. I think this might be as force void since he lost a beta. You're right they're wrong. I am oh no saratov was sorry jesus thing and yeah yeah i find it hard to invest in this straight off to tell him not gonna lie tally minakov on harvey allah to the veteran campaigners there of <hes> he lost that last basically check congo is taking the total title shot because of it so i mean bella muste had the mind in good stead before that david rocco's in there as well the cave monte yes yes against unbeaten ukrainian yaroslava almost off and you will be representing europe this weekend and we don't have a whole lot of europeans on this card. Nick news maintenance debbie nick neil making his debut against a man who was grace's shores. Mr cory browning indeed yeah so <hes> do i do..

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"saratov" Discussed on You Did What Now?

You Did What Now?

11:09 min | 3 years ago

"saratov" Discussed on You Did What Now?

"Like like a restaurant database or whatever like yeah. There's not even whether or not whatever they do with your sample and your readings of of the actual nutrients that were in your proven open whatever they analyzed sizes. Maybe they store that in some like educational database somewhere that's that's better and secure. They still have a very obvious and public who likes sushi that they serve you. That is going to be pretty. Obviously you able to say like oh well. Let's people first thing keeps getting the c._g. Must be low in tired and whether or not you know it's sitting on your plate. I don't know how i don't know these are different. I imagine a different based on what you're brinton like a high iron. Sushi does look different than light one. That's full of vada oxidants. I'm probably i would assume it would be or maybe they can do. Whatever maybe it's your picky in the design ryan and they're just you know once they plug in the microbes or the proteins and all the stuff scenes making all make it look like whatever you want and everybody sushi's looks executives designing john you know yeah i guess it. Could i mean if you're just putting all of these proteins vitamins together. I would imagine that they would just be adding some sort of coloring to make it look appealing. It looked like this she aspect of it saratov. You're deficient in red thirty. You'll your sushi will be read or something like that. It works deficient red thirty. Maybe so well. I mean yeah. I guess the other question ocean is where are they getting the materials to put into this three d. printer putting. They said they're putting in proteins vitamins but you can't i mean they have to get these materials from somewhere right and then they can be reorganized together right. Isn't that how it works. Probably what are they doing with the poop after they analyze it well yeah hopefully that is has done in a separate civility than the actual restaurant what well well i mean. It seems like kind of you know. If you're going to book your i mean how far in advance you have to book your your reservation so that you have time to. We'll have time to send in your sample like right yeah. You don't wanna be too far too fast either. Though 'cause then you're nutrients will change arched confusing sample and all of a sudden you don't need the vitamin say eventually the stuff we talk sci-fi in the future and everything like you'll be able to spin in a jar on your way in and they go back and make the sushi but give us give you it'd be a whole experience of the fine dining experience you sit down at the table may serve you. This nice cocktail shot delicious syrup and then they take the glass away with your deeds live all over outcomes <unk>. Yeah i mean i guess so here. Hello sir let me take your drink order and by the way. Can you spit in this cup so i can go get your perfect sushi quite the dining which changed forever so have you seen the movie michelin stars. Is it for the spit cup restaurant. Oh man well. I guess it depends on how how good they little protein blocks taste. Have you seen this movie snow piercer. No i haven't seen that one right. You have more homework to add your to your homework your movie homework michael time <hes> they won't grew in it for you. That was a little newer than gatica. I won't ruin it for you or anyone else who hasn't seen this movie snow piercer. It came out in two thousand fourteen so it's not credibly new but it's but yeah they are. The people are on this train. That's basically just cannot stop stop. If they stop it freezes and they die. The world is frozen in but they have a really great <hes>. They've got enough food <unk>. Everyone indefinitely basically have these little protein blocks. They eat so but i guarantee. If you see this movie you'll be a little bit less. Trust trusting of going to a restaurant and just eating protein blocks. You'd want to know where they got the the protein to make this meal that they're putting in front of you. Yes i can imagine the the closed system nature of a train like that. Yeah i mean this is similar in a dune all the you've seen or heard of doing read dune whatever yes it's been a while also basically it's a desert planet in there they wealth they all wear still suits that reclaim almost just about practically all of their you you know bodily waters that they can you know drink so that they can stay out in the desert indefinitely without you know the hydrates death because there's no water on the planet the same sorta concept i guess your closest them but <hes> so how does the sushi taste. I my my my hopes. Sir not bang for this one of how actually tastes like the feel like the texture isn't going to be there. I i guess you could live. I wonder if you could do it like partially they still have the rap the rice rapid than sort of ordinary other way around have the internal stuff like this nutrient rich by protein eighteen guru rice or another chicken wrap around it. Make a hybrid of some sort. I don't know or what sort of flavoring shigeta theoretically flavor flavor right. You had the right flavonoids right the oils and stuff. You should be able to make anything anything. I guess so but i mean i guess we're kind of. I feel like we might be over thinking this a little bit. I feel like they're kind of trying to go too far with this three d. printing food to trying to analyze your your samples to get the nutrients that your body needs. I just think it's cool. They can three d. print food. You know yes. That's that's <hes> that's the interesting part of this technologist in star with like sushi would have been my first destroys but i guess sushi is more interesting and if you can make cool shapes <unk> say hey this is a protein block is it's probably more than anything. It's just they can make. It look like sushi because it's printing in blocks but i mean i would go to a restaurant that was just three d. printing food anyways even if it wasn't nutritionally made for me specifically <hes> i think that's pretty cool that they can do yeah you can burn anything and i guess if you've got started getting a flavor combinations right yeah you could go yell at your restaurant subtle. Your menu becomes rapidly advent. Yeah it'd be like track you go in and you put your order into the machine and then it just prints it right there in front of you yeah well. This is the first step up about. I guess right. I mean like that's basically it right. That's that's exactly what's going on. Maybe not to the same degree yet but you're bringing food. I i need a three d. printed burger yeah and it wouldn't be really. I mean it won't be me. I mean it would be but it wouldn't be as the same thing with. It's like a possible burger in the in the right. I mean they're just pretty protein burger yet. I have actually had it it was it was pretty pretty good. I want hamburger. I mean it was but it wasn't head of hair like nutty peanut texture and flavor to it but it was good. I enjoyed it. I ate. It wasn't was the worst thing i've ever had. I hear that now that the impossible rigorous are actually more unhealthy for you than the regular burgers. I is that true that i'm not sure i mean i know it's healthier poor at the cow the cow for the planet. Maybe i don't know oh yeah that that's also not sure about. You never know really how much this stuff costly they talk about. I mean some of it's just we need to get the technology. Gonna mass scale like you make one impossible shore. You make forty million impossible. Burgers will sure maybe now you better. The dow's the same thing with like electric cars though the batteries are are pretty bad but it only takes a couple of years of driving with that battery overuse gassed for you know all of a sudden yeah now now. You're not as big a carbon footprint or whatever well. I'm excited about this possibility. I don't know that <hes> this sushi is where it needs to be thirty printed sushi the sushi sushi singularity miss it opens. You're saying i'm gonna go is that it might open twenty twenty so i don't have too long to wait to wait but i'll keep you updated yeah. There're larry <unk> showcase in it. I guess it's hey with wherever just there. Let's try it out. Why not raise these days right mm-hmm. Yeah we'll have to follow this and see what happens not just with the sushi but just with reprinting food in general like what else can it be used for. Are you know not just for not for these purposes but can be used to help you know with with carrying a for food shortages. You don't have a way way to keep food fresh for a long time in certain countries or in certain situations so can you take like a can you take the food printer with you along with all of the powder proteins vitamins and nutrients <unk>. Whenever you need food you know. Can you print it for the people who need needed without having to worry about storing it. I think that's the better application of this. I mean there were as as a novelty. I don't see it lasting theon. The novelty purposes yeah well novelty. Sometimes where you get the attention they get the funding to do stuff like that. Their technology is pretty up there with this the disaster relief and stuff but yeah you can three. You don't even necessarily need to bring the prince you get you get close. You get the next country over and you start free. You start three d. Printing some in you know high protein high fat high energy like wasser limbaugh <unk> was was the lord of the rings one though like flour cakes lakes that the land spread round the spread right air so there's something like that so it'd be like super nutrient rich but dry dock moldy. It's not good dan bad because you've protein packaging airtight. Seal it up ship it out yeah yeah. That's what i'm excited about. We'll see if if somebody does that eventually live in future we've got the replicator is three printing <unk> so i guess if what would you have to read a president out. Thank you can tweet us at widely wwl underscore podcasts or follow us on a facebook what now yeah you can also email your story ideas so you did what now podcast at timmel dot com check out. Our website has episodes show notes other pertinent information on post road of gastropod there.

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"saratov" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"saratov" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Call here. And in the rebound is fired wide. For a penalty shot. Everyone all in going into that goal. And. Left Atkinson, all alone. The hot hand. So a penalty shot here. Just enough to disrupt the play a little slash on the top hand. Loss to try to go five whole nice saved by sorrows and a nice save on the follow up. Atkinson is one of one on penalty shots this year. Beat New Jersey. Penalty shot. Now, he picks up the pocket center gums cruising in unusually. Sarah's has backhander and makes the right pad say. A right handed shot coming in on the right side going to his backhand, eventually and sorrow Swick as could be right across track all way, pretty routine. Save for him got his Walker rate on it. Furniture's have faced four penalty shots this year that the first one for UC Saratov's. Com. Just kinda track them all the way across. Now, four forty seven remaining in regulation face off to the right of sorrows. James back five or size. Shane wins. It back at the left. Went lavar shot to Shane leftover across in front Bjork.

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"saratov" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"saratov" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"All right. Let me tell you a little bit about the condition where. Okay. So you need to know something today before we get started because I'm apologizing in advance for whatever happens here booth. Mike Ryan is coming in on a Red Eye from Las Vegas satisfied in the history of flying Stu gods has been with the Grateful Dead. Always. So Greg, Cody is our most sober personality here from among the people who have had big weekends. And that's never good. When Greg Cody who did things in the first hour that are the attic when he's your governor. So that's where we are. That's where we're starting. Greg Cody calls it a sham Super Bowl is anti Tony Romo. And he's the only person I use the only person saying I'm against learning. It's amazing because Roma won the weekend. And Greg is also anti officials in the booth. He does not want former officials in the booth telling you what the call base actively. Arguing out here as a sports writer for less knowledge. I can see it with my own eyes. You know, they show a replay fifteen times what happened and replay that they showed fifteen times, do, you know, do, you know, whether he touched it or not because I still I do know he didn't touch it. Right. I don't I don't need some retired refereeing. A booth going. You know, I'm looking at the replayed. Appears he didn't. I love seeing the same that replay Romo was like it's the right thumb it hit the right down. Then they go to the other angle. And it's like, oh, it was an optical illusion. See Romo was wrong Saratov actually, really shined in that moment because he his conviction that it's something that you actually overturn normally when it was my Carey he would either get it wrong. Or you say you can't overturn that. Based on what the call on the field was and then he'd get it wrong. And then raw say retort put his name to it. And he was running scared. But scared Nabi we've never seen that is what I'm saying. What if when the analysis and the difference between victory is Tony Romo going again? And again to write them write them. Oh, no look at the left thumb. Let's look at the shoulder. And I still don't know two days later whether that ball actually hit him or not. The only one that knows is that'll maybe talent try his reaction spoke of truth. I'd be willing to not go to replay. And just he was so convincing on not having touched it that. I believe there was a moment in that game. Where you see the referee looking into the tablet, and he's all bad. I felt so bad for him. You could see him go pe I felt that you could see him gulp and just a hostile environment around him. I gotta tell them what. And he was processing exactly what he had to say. That was the delay. He knew what the call was. He was just taking a minute to say, how am I going to break this? So these people so what are you calling it a counterfeit Super Bowl calling illegitimate Super Bowl because the NFC is sending the wrong team there. Thanks to the NFL officiated. I'd be like cheese fans. I love ya. I love Kansas City. I think I think we should have Stu gods to what was a referee bits like me out here, man. Okay. You didn't touch pot but-but-but best barbecue in the nation. I think he would just lie. I think like you guys got the ball. And then everyone would go out there, and they wouldn't have the ball. This wanted to go your way. But remember the royals? You guys got the ball meeting on pleasing everyone. Everyone gets the ball and everybody does anyone have any money. They can give me. I do that on the.

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"saratov" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"saratov" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"Arizona and San Diego. They also eighty Landsberg. However, didn't take it a caveat that it wouldn't work in the United States. So they said the only caveat they gave was the border. This is for example, they're saying Israel right next to ours is desert on both sides much easier to monitor which is all true. It would be more challenging on the US border. It's a longer border. All that's true went to the moon. But we can't build them. Right. Exactly. Would it be to enforce? I think yes, it would be harder. I think we all know that being said that's not a reason not to do. And they didn't say it wasn't a reason. Not to do it. I gotta say the actually the report was I thought basically completely fair. That's yeah. I was Saratov. I mean, the the the Israel numbers were well north of ninety five percent ninety nine percent. I think that's what you know claims is like ninety nine percent. It has reduced terrorist strikes by ninety nine percent and Israel. Israel crossing the border in credible. It is and so, you know, walls, obviously do work every person on earth knows it anybody with a brain knows. I mean, it's not going to be one hundred percent effective. And if you're for and I do think that's part of the the the issue here because I think you could say one way to get out of the situation. Maybe that you're talking about is is honestly to give up on the wall and get billions and billions of dollars to do other things. So they don't give Trump the win. But we still actually secure the border somebody the way he maybe he would go that way. I think like right now for Nancy Pelosi. This is about not giving Donald Trump's something really to and I think at some level for Donald Trump is I gotta get this. Well done I promise it if I don't get it. I lose it's become a Lombardi trophy yet. And that's the that's the problem. That's why the the Democrats went from a fifty fifty on it to eighty nine two eight against it because it's all about Donald Trump. And and this is a much bigger issue than Donald Trump. This is a frigging country to answer you. Question that you started. I I don't think they can't. I don't think they're willing to compromise on anything. I don't think they're willing to give anything to compromise. I sent this is what scares me is. I think it ends in Trump saying, okay, forget it. You guys can have it open the government, whatever you guys passing going to sign and then the next very next day national murder. So you think lately caves I'll end. Which is that scares me. And that poll is worse. The the polling in the national emergencies disaster, even Republicans, and so many Republicans again, mostly on Twitter fights that I'm seeing are saying forget, it it isn't Ashley emergency, which I agree with it isn't national emergency. It's an emergency to the nation. But we don't need to set the standard and they've already hinted at the, you know, their reprisal what's gonna what's gonna follow up with this change. Exactly. You do your national emergency. We've got ours. It's just waiting and I think the in for five billion dollars. They're going to want more. They're gonna want the whole not just DACA, but the whole dream act. They're going to want massive concessions from Donald Trump. And honestly if it comes to him being able to sell to the American people that he won. And there's some part portion of the wall built I think he might give it to them. And that's that to me is the most terrifying of to bed as conservatives and Republicans have just done a crappy job of defending the border situation. Forever. We we started in the wrong way. We should've been pro legal. Immigration, the whole time. You know, we should have been talking about things like just happened. The the big drug apprehension at the border that just happened this week. What was it seven hundred nine hundred pounds of cocaine and hundred pounds. I mean, that's stuff that won't wind up in our children's veins or nostrils on the drug stuff. That's in drug culture. All right. We gotta take a break. We'll be back..

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"saratov" Discussed on AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

04:52 min | 3 years ago

"saratov" Discussed on AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

"We've lost in twenty eighteen hours. Right. So we've got I think the the biggest one at least as far as kind of a shakeout in the industry was was Premiera. I don't know Primero. You don't think so remember it was pretty small? I'd say the the loss the actual net. Last on the coffin of virgin America is up there for me. The I say premier because not because they were large airline or anything like that. But because of what their cessation of operations kind of portends for the low-cost space. Yes, I feel like the canary in the coal mine if you will as far as what's what's on the horizon for low cost carriers that are trying to make long-haul work. Not so success. I'm not so sure Primera air suffered from bad timing late deliveries. Also, just a bad idea. They've been around since two thousand three were getting this information off a cranky fires annual list of airlines. We lost. And they decided to enter the market, but they didn't have the aircraft to do it. So they needed to order new aircraft. But those weren't delivered on time. So they had to lease aircraft and that didn't work and they burn through all their cash. So the actual concept of fun low cost. Transatlantic isn't a bad idea. It's just these airlines keep trying to do it. Don't actually have the planes to do it in the keep almost or actually failing. Okay. That's a fair counterargument ser. Who else did we lose? Well. Okay. So let's talk about virgin America. Because it seems to be it was virgin America. I flew the a couple times enjoyed their flying. But it it was never a big part of my life. But you seem to be affected by it. So so let's talk about I never actually flew virgin on a revenue flight. But I like just having them in the market as an innovator as a fierce competitor out Lasca took them over in kind of decimated the operation. They're getting rid of all the things that made virgin America in outlier something special, and they're gone. So they also just lagged behind everyone else's. They innovated to catch up virgin America in their product became quite outdated compared to everyone else. But it they were just, you know, kind of that airline that was out there that everyone loves to fly. They had very loyal customers suddenly airline just stopped existing in. April. But there are crafters still flying almond ninety nine percent of them in their original configuration. So there's still out there for the time being you just have to book them as Alaska and go out of your way to look for him. Yeah, we talk about fashion a couple of weeks ago. So they're they're done. They're gone open. Another train competitor. They were the AG British Airways way to operate to Paris from New York at it was only the actually with seven five sevens, which were okay towards the very end of life. They actually had an old British Airways seven six seven to add on that went to Newark end in the eye of all the other in the face of all the other competition that AG has level in June. Norwegian wasn't a place for it anymore and British Airways ceased that operation September second twenty teen. So BA no longer has open skies shifted at all. To level. Yep. Yep. So low level is now the I guess with the low cost airline of choice or something or something. And Finally, I mean the list is long, and we'll put a linked to the show notes, but will end with the Russian airlines Saratov which was around for for quite some time getting back to Soviet Union. And they had some some issues with, you know, the aviation authorities and things like that and a number of safety violations, and in that kind of all culminated in in January this year when the flight seven zero three crashed after takeoff, but five or six minutes after takeoff Moscow, and it lasted a few months, and then was eventually shut down when the Russian authorities said, okay, you're you're done. So that was kind of our entrance into twenty eight teen and it was after. After such a safe year. I mean almost four hundred days of no fatal jet airliner accidents. We started off this year with last year now with crash basically within the first three weeks at twenty eight team was a severence sudden course correction on that at the as someone I volunteered..

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