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"sarokin" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

Problematic Premium Feed

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"sarokin" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

"Are the models with which is presented and he perceives them rationalist sarokin says that as european art searches for diversity and ever increasing variety. It loses all harmony unity and balance which become submerged an ocean of incoherency and chaos these trends. He continues lead to an emphasis on the technical means of production rather than the art itself. These tools become increasingly complicated in themselves. In his view european art becomes increasingly a commodity manufactured for the market tending towards the vulgar. We should point out. The interesting contradiction in european culture is that it's art. May be commercially. Inspired the artists must live after all geared to consumption inspired by the desire for recognition and at the same time remain in elitist form that is essentially separated from the people because the art life culture creates controls the people rather than the reverse according to sarokin in the artist tendency to disregard religious and moral values the art itself comes to be more and more divorced from truly cultural values and turns into an empty art known euphemistically as art for art's sake at once moral nonreligious in non-social and often anti moral anti religious in antisocial this immorality is directly connected to the non-social character of european art. It is symptomatic of the character of the culture and can be traced from plutonic misconception as evidence in have locks work in praise of platonic epistemology in have locks view it was a discovery and it advanced when greeks were able to conceive of the individual psyche as the seat of rationality determined moral judgments but there can be no such thing as a morality launched primarily by or initiated in the individual reason if it is to be distinguished from emotion and feeling is sorely insufficient to dictate human moral behavior. The source of human morality must necessarily be the interaction of human beings. it must be communal. Which more than social implies a joining of persons this basic fact of human existence is of primary importance in other cultures and informs modes of organization the lack of authentic community i e the substitution of the social for the communal accounts for much of the atrophied development of the west are that is non communal cannot be moral and a rationally individually conceived ethic is humanly even personally inadequate die said he suzuki make some observations on the comparison of european and buddhist symbolism that helped to further delineate the nature of the european aesthetic. You presents a haiku by in eighteenth century. Japanese poet bosch show and discusses it's poetic and philosophical significance. The haiku form contrast dramatically with european verbal art forms because of its extreme simplicity and directness of intent..

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"sarokin" Discussed on MMA Fighting

MMA Fighting

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"sarokin" Discussed on MMA Fighting

"I would pick mazda to win to win on october night as well. But i got before. She pulled off the upset and she beats miso. I think that'd be fine for lipsky because well so i'm sticking with kind of seeing where these where these women are developmentally. I don't i don't know how far had lipsky is. But she's in that she's in that range where she could be a contender really be contender. Maybe next year. Yeah i mean this is kind of an interesting one because if you look at the schedule and i feel like after performance like that getting back in the wind calm ride that wave ride that wave with so many cards and so many opportunities to get in there trying to get back in there before the end of the year and if you look at the schedule right now there's not a whole lot available so i think. Jj aldridge is a suitable match for her. I mean aldridge has has looked pretty good as of late. Seems like a fair step up not too much. If not you wanna throw in there with someone. Like john kim. That's a fun fight that would suffice for auto points perspective aldridge as my top. Joe why why are you trying to take away my aldridge. Cortez dream matchup. I've been booking despite for. I was already been denied this fight. Once i've been booking this fight for months. I want to re booked you leave. Jj aldrich out of this. Yeah i wanna see. Tracy cortez fight. Aaron blanchfield rematch. I think that's like. I don't know if that's your wild carpet but i'm just throwing that out there A man who needed a performance like he had a over a minus eight hundred favourite. Armand sarokin one of the newest members of the. Ufc's top. fifteen. I have a feeling. He's gonna jump up a spotter to come tuesday. This is a guy aka who's been highly touted prospect for a while now but one thing that was alluding him thus far in the afc was a big finish. he's been winning dominant decisions. The ufc brass. The matchmaker seem to want to see that big. Finish before getting that step up in competition..

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"sarokin" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"sarokin" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"Ten light-heavyweight Yeah i think he felt he might have needed to be a certain way and say certain things and Anthony smith really laughed about it prior to the fight and he he was probably spot on. There's a reason he's a he's a. He's used as an analyst on tv. He's very good at assessing situations and he pretty much know sold. Everything ryan span had to say before the fight so that the mental game may have been one by anthony smith before fight night rolled around and then you add in the fact that he is more experienced and clearly more skilled guy and should have been. It was an easy pick for everyone except me apparently my and with a massive chip on his shoulder. I kind of hope that chip six around. Because i like sort of the salty lionheart anthony smith. But let's move to arianna lipsky ak. She goes out and gets a much needed win. She spoils the octagon debut of super prospect. Manny bowman's unanimous decision. She looked pretty darn good in the fight in. She did what she needed to do. Man what would you like to see next for the queen of violence. Yeah i think it was a good win against mandelbaum. I'd i don't think it answered a lot of question. Some people might have about lipsky takedown fans and wrestling. And what have you. She needed this one. She's with american top team now. She was very vocal about that. How important that move was for her. And she's only twenty seven years old. I think you'll forget this she. She was a champion and case. W so she kind of came over with a name and a big reputation She has experienced but she's the kind she has good experience and she's still young. She's still growing. And developing. So i i'm willing to kind of match up was still someone young. I don't wanna say oh well. This puts her back against against in the top of dean range. No i thought sabinas. Oh and maria. Gop lavar fighting october ninth. That's the way i'd like to go. I think monzo probably the more logical matchup. I would pick mazda to win to win on october night as well. But i got before. She pulled off the upset and she beats miso. I think that'd be fine for lipsky because well so i'm sticking with kind of seeing where these where these women are developmentally i. I don't know how far had lipsky is. But she's in that she's in that range where she could be a contender really be contender. Maybe next year. Yeah i mean this is kind of an interesting one because if you look at the schedule and i feel like after performance like that getting back in the wind calm ride that wave ride that wave with so many cards and so many opportunities to get in there trying to get back in there before the end of the year and if you look at the schedule right now there's not a whole lot available so i think. Jj aldridge is a suitable match for her. Aldridge has has looked pretty good as of late. Seems like a fair step up not too much. If not you wanna throw in there with someone. Like john kim. That's a fun fight. That would suffice for auto points perspective aldridge as my top. Joe why why are you trying to take away my elders. Cortez dream matchup. I've been booking. Despite for i was already been denied this fight. Once i've been booking this fight for months. I want to re booked you leave. Jj aldrich out of this. Yeah i wanna see. Tracy cortez fight. Aaron blanchfield rematch. I think that's like. I don't know if that's your wild carpet but i'm just throwing that out there A man who needed a performance like he had a over a minus eight hundred favourite. Armand sarokin one of the newest members of the. Ufc's top. fifteen. I have a feeling. He's gonna jump up a spotter to come tuesday. This is a guy aka who's been highly touted prospect for a while now but one thing that was alluding him thus far in the afc was a big finish. he's been winning dominant decisions. The ufc brass. The matchmaker seem to want to see that big. Finish before getting that step up in competition. He certainly got himself that on saturday. He battered christos. Iago's stopped him in the first he should definitely get fifteen guy next and you know what i'm going to give them a top ten guy next ak i like the idea of armand sarokin fighting gregor gillespie. That is a crazy fight waiting to happen. That'd be super interesting fight. That is my choice. What say you yeah. i like. That was my first choice. Before i i'll say for no points. That was not my first choice. I did. I did eventually shift over to something else but i will say first of all hats off to the matchmakers for the iago's matchup. This is exactly the kind of guy you wanna match up with a prospect. Because he's he's nineteen times but he is only twenty four years old sol. Still call armenta prospect. And he's been fighting for like less than seven or eight years so this is exactly the kind of. He's he's a tough fighter. Versatile fighter gets speaking out. Juggles has experienced not such a to be fair to fair a talented guy that that That he would he could overwhelm. Sir insert definitely has the advantage and just talent and athleticism which we saw and it was amazing to see what you want to see in the guy who is so confident in one skill in his wrestling that he can always go to it but he because he's so confident that he can try in dabble and other things and we saw a lot of his stand up and which you know where he ended up getting a tko. I run tko his first gop. Finished so great-great-great matchmaking. I have to praise the the. You'll see i. I like the hooker. Feud he's kind of working on so i went with. I guess we still don't know for sure of this happening. Dan hooker nazran hawk bras fight. Uc to six september twenty fifth. There's next week there's visa issues that hooker needs to sort out So this is a chance to spite. Doesn't happen if it does that. In the winner of that flight would be great for us through con And even of dozens and he wants to try and wait to fight down hooker another date. That might also work out. I'm in. I'm in on the dan hooker thing like i love the gillespie matchup. But i'll go for for my aunt. No official pick some variation of dan hooker and possibly hawk breast. Yeah i if they can make. The fight happened. Great if for some reason. Hooker can't make it to vegas. Maybe can make it abu dhabi to book that fight in october if rookie on wants to turn around and fight again in a month and a half time which after fighting for two minutes or so probably down for that so yeah i mean if they could do a great. They could do that in october. Great i mean. I wanna see dan. Hooker fight hasp hack brass. I'd like to see him fight next saturday. But if you can't do it and you wanna turn hook around. Quick hack brass. You can find an opponent. That's out there in vegas right. Now get them in there get him get him on the card. Give them a paycheck. Yeah hooker or gillespie's fine with me but i. I don't know that the mayhem with gregor would just be a lotta fun. I think the trash shock would be better with dan. But the actual just the matchup itself and just the dust flying around. That'd be a lot of fun to watch. Scrambles galore scrambles. Oh so..

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"sarokin" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"sarokin" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"Then somebody in organizing uk off and anthony smith at the same time with just starting to this is before light heavy with lightweight moves so it was kind of just started still get his footing in his second. Run the of c. But i remember interviewing him thinking like this guy like get some winds and strings and wins together. He really could be a star and i mean the around. We have some bias when we interview anybody. We kinda like you know. There's a bit of a rooting for them. But there was something special about him. And and i was really surprised at like The guy who was such a veteran. And i'm like he should be. This is the guy he should journeyman. But there was a spark there and And i'm like man if he actually gets them west together and gets a run going. This is a guy who's going to be a name. And i never thought he'd compete for a title. That was completely surprising. But there's i think anyone who has injuried feels the same way that it's like. Wow there's he's different like this. This guy is different and and one of those special special athletes never made a hands. It just remember. Anthony is only one person here who picked ryan span in that alexander. Kaley all right. Let's who's who remembers these things. Remember when i was you bring that up. I was the big fights. I picked romero i scan and antic devin clark you watch. This is the man. I'm the only one who is like on record publicly with people all the time and they only remember when you're wrong guy. Remember your credit when you're right and as you just gotta show every what's happening right now ak is like okay. I know the nfl ugly cry ugly cry right so real quick. We'll take a couple of questions but goodwin for smith yakuts alaba goodwin. Lipsky needed that one really badly armand rookie on good lord where performance my goodness. No case fight love. It lived up. Lived up to that to be. He needed a finnish. He needed a performance like that. He got it. Nate maintenace with an incredible comeback win and then walking buckley with another incredible comeback winning. Because i thought he was losing entire fight until he got the knockout. So sean let's begin with you because this is one of those cards where it was very top heavy. There are a lot of competitive fights there couple of names that were very interested in if you had to choose like a sixth player award like your mba fan a six player award for this car like the under the radar star of vegas thirty seven. Who would you pick and why under the radar. That's a good question. I mean ultimately you might be one guy. You just mentioned. Which is our sarokin. I think i'm probably butchering the last name right. But my god man like that dude is gonna be a problem in this. Ucla division for years to come like. I am absolutely full on believer. At this point we even saw with his debut against islam market. Jeff where he kind of gave islam surprisingly competitive fight. And it's like. I should have been the first sign to a lot of people like what this guy could actually be but he is just looked like a monster sense and really the whole problem so far with with his you'll see careers he just hasn't been finishing people right and then come in today. In what was kind of a showcase fight like you mentioned the odds. I love it when the does is they. Don't do it nearly enough in my mind. Let these kind of prospects get these kind of showcase fights because that's what we get when you do that when you make that book and you get him looking outrageously good knocking this guy out and two in less than two and a half minutes and now who isn't excited does the rookie and really work. His way. up the ranks right like he is absolutely my star. This car in terms of underrated fighters coming in. And i cannot wait to see where he is where he sort of lands next in the lightweight division because this division stacked. It's always one of the most talent rich divisions in the entire sport. But right now when you got hunger young killers like him coming up. I love it absolutely love it. Yeah him into poor air. Two guys who could who could fight for titles to poison won't obviously at featherweight. But those are two guys who you gotta keep an eye on. So ak who is yours. Who is your six player award for thirty seven. I i don't know i. I mean i will definitely say she was flying into the because it feels like her fight. Now was actually. I was just say feels like her fight. Pie wasn't what six or seven hours ago. Now aaron blanchfield aaron blanchfield one of the one of the biggest betting favorite though so it's not like people don't know about her but she's what twenty two years old. She's amazingly accomplished already. She wants vice in invicta. She won a very she started. She lost a very close fight to tracy cortege local. You should have one so. She should be undefeated. She almost could've won an invicta title. She had a fight for vacant title against program zola's enforcing pro got Cove in nineteen so that why which just cancelled and then air blanchfield got the call up anyway so she just never got that. Chance to fight for an invicta title feel like two would have been favored in the program satisfied and Have had a good chance to win. But an amazing grapplers. She's a black belt at age. Twenty two she got a star. Making performance at one of those b is one of those eddie bravo invitationals. I got everybody talking about her. And then huge head kick in victoria leonardo. She's hit like all these you know we always talk about. When if someone's coming up as stars you gotta hit all these checkmark. So it's like okay. She had this big groping tournament. She won it can get a highlight finish. You gotta highlight finish invicta for major promotion. And then okay. What about her. Ufc debut scholars this hype behind her complete domination. She didn't get to finish but again. I think sarah alpar tougher than people are gonna are gonna realize her own to record. Says she's got herself some really tough fights for. Uc fights and also blanchfield is the real deal. I mean this is someone who will be a world title contender. I'll be shocked if she doesn't compete for usa title Sometime in the next two years. Hopefully they can. They can do a slow burn. And we're not even talking about until two twenty twenty three but air blanchfield lived up to the hype. Big time so anyone who May not have caught. The i i you fights of the of the early prelims i would definitely recommend. Please go check out the blanchard alpar fight. If you wanna see someone who's really young and really lived up to the hype Great performance dude. She threw like three hundred. strikes landed. Like one hundred of them with over she got up and leisurely walk to the to the physician was like i'm cool rats. Her nickname is cold blooded. And she's like so level all the time like an interviews again post fight interviews she rarely. It's almost scary. It's a it's a little scary. It's almost like the guy in that. That was that free solo. I think she might have that same. Honestly she might have that same condition he has because she just never rarely shows that kind of extreme emotion. It's it's really scary. Took yours casey. But do you get a was i. I can't i can even add more to dance. Yeah she's just i. I'm excited that she's a. She's a flyweight. Are we the problem. Kinko's ahead of everyone else. Right now flyweight. I think people kinda fans media to i think the ufc general kind of crap on the flyweight division ship. Jingle never gets a main event for pay per view because there's no no compelling challenger banks. Yeah but they're coming. They're coming down on the bench. Chose is one of those those. I don't know. I don't know who are big inspiration was.

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NASA's Orion Spacecraft Accommodates Astronauts of All Sizes

Innovation Now

01:13 min | 1 year ago

NASA's Orion Spacecraft Accommodates Astronauts of All Sizes

"Nasr's orion spacecraft is designed to accommodate astronauts of all sizes. Who may need to spend weeks at a time. In the capsule this is innovation now bringing you. Stories of revolutionary ideas emerging technologies and the people behind the concepts that shape the future. The orion spacecraft features advanced technologies that can sustain the crew during long space travel. Here's sarokin diani. A human systems engineer at nasa johnson space center on the ground engineers and astronauts simulate many of the tasks that will be performed in the crew module evaluating how astronauts interact with displays. Controls seat design sleeping at exercise. Accommodations and more the orion crew will be able to command the ical using three multifunction displays space shuttle crews had to use nearly two thousand switches and controls to command. The call astronauts will sleep in sleeping bags hung in several different places in the cabin to maximize space. There are even armholes so they can use their tablets before they go to sleep. All of these details are planned and tested to be sure that the crew can live and work comfortably and efficiently no matter how long they call the capsule

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"sarokin" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

The BreakPoint Podcast

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"sarokin" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

"But i mean if you're really dealing with the false dilemma there because it's like you said the prophets do bring out those the cities of the planes and their Their inhumane treatment of of foreigners and so forth. So that's but it's yeah there. There are just messed up place to false dilemma. You don't need to. You need to go there. What about the the issue of i mean. So we we dealt with the exploitation of stuff. I want to circle back before we finish up here with the issue of whether we need the bible solely or whether we look to the bible only as our means of knowing that certain kinds of sexual behavior are disordered wrong. Do we do. We really depend on those verses or is there a broader context into which the bible fits well really. The bible describes reality as it actually is so. If you're gonna find it in the bible you're actually going to find it and In the world we took that approach on the same sex marriage book. Now gim we're specifically. They're talking about the issue of same sex marriage but we have a section on what the by blacks says about marriage and then section on wood if we leave god out of it altogether. What can we find out about marriage and it's fascinating right. You can go back to the beginning of the world and you can find the culture that gave us written language. In cultures that gave us a demo- democratic form of government in all kinds of things know you can't find the culture that gave us marriage took this male female child relationship And and and what you see. Is that this idea that this is a distinct unit which put sex in a larger contacts inputs and we can also see to that. This was used to govern the sexual instinct to some degree. Now that changed in went back and forth but you can also see from sociology. Particularly the work of petroleum sarokin and others that how a culture governed the sexual instinct had a lot do with whether it had a future or not In other words whether you could delay gratification whether you could build to the future and again that's another thing that children do children make you think about the future as opposed to the moment of passionate a moment of lost So you can absolutely make a case for sexual morality. You can certainly make a case for marriage between man woman. In order to properly stewart the next generation Without ever quoting the bible at all and the bible does say that because it's actually real You can also make a case on homosexual behavior. Let me put it this way and barn this from my friend frank couric if every single person on the planet lived in a loving.

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"sarokin" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"sarokin" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"That's pretty cool And she won the race by over an hour. I think in twenty one hours and six minutes. So that's pretty cool. So that's the leadville one hundred recap followed By utm which just went down this past weekend this is kind of like the ultra race of all ultra races. It's a quite a big deal to one hundred six and a half miles During which time You run around mom block and you go through france italy and switzerland. There's two thousand three hundred. Forty seven runners Just a you know a race that that gets a lot of attention. There's a huge crowd that shows up at the finish line. It's very celebrated and and quite you know something to behold just like epic and its landscapes but it started off with a dark note because this. Utm event is not just the one primary race. I guess over the course of several days. There's a bunch of other races that lead up to the the big race and there was a death. This runner died in a fall at a race called tedious earlier in the week and they had to partially halt the race. And you know somebody basically slipped and fell off a cliff as far as i can tell and i think he was ahead of that point. Got to finish and anyone who go out. I gotta go back. Yeah so such an awful thing. And the second in a year after that thing in china right number so that was i mean i know a different level i know so that was horrible but utm be still you know basically went off none the less and according to walter brennan of the pod established yourself as the true goat may set the women's record breaking a record that was set on a course that i think was about three kilometers shorter and that she ran crushes it all the more impressive. She was seventh overall including the men which is unbelievable And did it in twenty hours and thirty minutes. So it's it's like amazing like she just dominated. Dominated congrats court. Yeah and did it with a smile on her face. There was some concern because she had she dna hardrock one hundred due to some stomach issues so there was some concern that you know that might happen again. And i guess there was a a point in the race when she did start throwing up and thought that perhaps she was having flashbacks of hard rock But after she threw up and started running again it all comes settled out and she was fine. Digestive issues are common on these right. I mean did you ever have nausea or vomiting. These part of it. You barf the keep going or whatever you know. Things are bad and they're better right but sometimes when digestion stuff gets out of control and you see this an ironman a lot. It's really hard to get. It settled again crazy. So karl meltzer is the winningest hundred miler. According to a website called ultra spire. And i don't know how. How does this how does is it. The most ultras that you've won because you could go and win tons of ultra. That aren't the big ones. This is he's he's he's gotten forty one hundred mile race victories. At least so when this was posted he's he's garnered his fortieth back in. Looks like two thousand eight two thousand eighteen. Now it doesn't have is could be two thousand sixteen has an eighteen. Someone could have passed them but he's over he's got forty at least according to this. That's impressive He is and the most hundred mile wins in a calendar years. Well shadow. Carl comments wrestler The men's victory was was nabbed by francois. Dwayne French also solomon runner. It's his fourth. Utm victory just weeks after winning the hard rock one hundred so he did the double that courting was attempting right. He completed utm being twenty hours and forty five minutes. He's also got three kids. And i guess he's like a a. He has a vineyard or a winegrower. How cool. I don't know that much about this guy but that's pretty cool. I mean fourth. Utm be victory. That's unbelievable so huge weekend for solomon swim rocking. Solomon t shirt. today i saw. it's embarrassing. Oh my some of my teammates like are you kidding. Hey and camille brea bruyas. That's how you say your last name was was the second woman who's also a solomon athlete. She american I don't know. I don't i don't think she is now But among the americans french french fries. French who among the americans. Jim walmsley and tim tollefson both dropped out there both species in their own right unbelievable runners. Both of them. And jim i think was on track to do real way up. There was on ch and seemed really relaxed in. And you know in contention but didn't work out for him. Which is the way it goes with these things Final thing to discuss in our enduro corner. Yes this twenty four hour world record. That was set over the weekend. I missed that so it was this twenty four hour race in poland called ultra park weekend. And this guy who had never heard of before sonya sarokin. Who's lithuanian broke. The twenty four hour record that was set by this guy. This greek dude janas chorus. That was considered untouchable That guy Koros had run one hundred. Eighty eight point five miles in nineteen ninety seven and two thousand dollars and and sonya ran hundred and ninety two point two five miles on a on a like a one. A one mile loop. He's so for context. That's averaging seven twenty nine per mile for twenty four hours straight galore on believable so he improved on choruses record by six kilometers When when corus ran a hundred and eighty eight that was on a track actually and he did one hundred eighty on road. So this i think was on a path Sarokin 's loop was like a one mile like a like a paved path so it was kind of not a road but not attract either but unbelievable did he have pacers like When kip jogi got his record. I mean i'm sure right. I don't know. But i will say if you're interested in in diving deep into this stuff great resources. I run far dot com. I mean basically if you wanna learn more about utm be or leadville or this twenty four hour world record or all things ultra running I run far dot com. You know basically is where you go to learn everything you want to know. Nice house the live. Googling going you enjoy it i i. It's feeling very rogan. Ask we don't have jamie.

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"sarokin" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

The Christian Science Monitor Daily

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"sarokin" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

"Lithuanian alexander. Sarokin could be considered the epitome of resilience or grit or perhaps sees you this past weekend. Mr sarokin shattered a world record. That stood since one thousand nine hundred ninety seven by running three hundred and nine point four kilometers equivalent of seven consecutive marathons. In twenty four hours he's a rockstar in ultra running circles. This is his fourth world record this year and in april interview. Mr sarokin said the middle of a race is often the most mentally challenging because the end is so far away. Still he says it takes. Patience elite ultra marathoners say researchers have a greater mental toughness than most athletes which is described as self efficacy is confidence commitment or control over one's thoughts finish researcher amelia lottie says her people have unique term for fortitude in the face of adversity. You she says. Caesar was not willpower or perseverance. And it isn't the same as resilience. The core of resilience is this idea to bounce back. She notes but caesar's she says in two thousand fourteen techs talk describes what fuels resilience a mindset that challenges adversity ms latina survivor of domestic violence. Notes that sees who is not unique to fenland but a universal mindset and our seas who can be enhanced by others she says i believe that when caesar this inner amazing beautiful power that we have when that is met with social support. Compassion and love. There are very few things that are impossible to us. I.

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"sarokin" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"sarokin" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Folks that my carpal tunnel. Probably typing much lower. But if you think about it. I mean maybe it's not a good idea because most developers are kind of introvert introverted. And they don't like speaking. I kinda like going off the code and not actually having to talk to anybody. Yeah but he's i mean. Do appreciate the idea that some folks need help right there. Our products out there like audible goad and things like that are extensions to allow people to code by voice when they can't time well that that that's a different thing right. Yeah yeah. handicaps are can't use keyboard. There's you know input devices. you can. Yeah this is a bit of an aside. But i've been doing a podcast series on consumer neuroscience and so they do a bunch of interesting in instrumentation Specifically get away from serving people because the kind of make the answers versus just looking at people's actual response one of the tools. A test with a thing called the galvanic skin response. Oh right an extreme version of the galvanized responses like the chill. You get when something frightens you or upsets you. But there are small galvanic responses. And they're they're kind of involuntary they just happen like that that sets in when you realize you have four hours of re factoring to do before you can make the line of actual or win clip. He pops up right like a bunch of reasons to have a galvanic skin response. And you makes you wonder if we didn't have that wired in a again. I it's almost like another way to detect thrashing right or to detect that the your i know the using pop up. And there's a galvanic skin response using papa away. He's like sorry sorry. Let me kind of proves that you can't really predict what people are doing. Offer help when i dunno. I think it wasn't good enough at the time. And you know the we keep bringing it up just because you more and more. You're seeing tooling. That looks a lot. Like what clipping meant to do. Well this get hub. Co-pilot thing is certainly in that creepy realm oil it's definitely getting into superclub and people who are concerned about it taking away their jobs like it's good which i just don't have any basis for. It's not like anybody ever got to the bottom of the to do list right like migraine. Yeah so much to do but but you know. Check out video because it is. It's chilly by. It's just i. I still see a tool for amplifying your thoughts. Not it's thoughts. It's not it's just the right so he's studio. You know if you really wanted to do this. You'd be organized the electrons with your chromium tip tweezers. Show you studio instead. Zero one zero zero one zero zero one could be. Don't tell me you don't use it too because you do right. This is a series of digression show. Mak- apologize we all get so excited about the productivity is studio and and all the things that are in there sort through it isn't just studio that is increased my productivity lately. It's the blazer platform Just took it to a whole new level and you know if you add in generics and the generic types in components and You know different patterns for reusability. It's like you know the stuff that took you days before can take. I wanted to one or two hours in the end of course azure like the whole package of the microsoft stack for me just reeks of productivity whereas other platforms and even cloud platforms even developer tools. Like there's such a learning curve that well you know. Maybe the learning curve is for me on anything visual studio because i know it so well but but these tools have evolved so well to the point where i can get so much done so much faster now than he could before years ago. Now we're always like siri outweighs can kind of you know reduce interlinked as we call it so we have all these cool new things hot reload where you modify your outsource Applications running without the need to manley pause or hip Wayne selling this reduces Tremendously like editor and continue. Either of us thought it has a matter of fact we have and we just talked to dmitry an hour ago which was actually last week. Show right yeah very excited about that. You guys keep pushing up previews studio twenty two. So it's a cover soft. We have to talk about. It is still a few months away from shipping. You know these previews are good. Like can take them for spending. Really get stuff done with them. Is there anything productivity wise that you have scheduled for the dot net six timeframe that you can talk about that. We might not know about all the secrets. Yeah i mean i guess nothing Can't everything on gaps. You always see that. You know roy sarokin source up one of the big things that were doing. Our for dot net six. Actually as. I don't know if you've ever used dot net format off Global will you can just run and it will your.

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"sarokin" Discussed on The Clapper Report

The Clapper Report

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"sarokin" Discussed on The Clapper Report

"But i mean really doesn't allow you should be paid ten million dollars sarokin realistically in a perfect world based off his plate because he's going to be phenomenal but obviously that's not going to be good for the team so We're going to have to go a little bit lower. I don't think he should get paid. Which historic and has been paid. Only because stern has played a lot more than he has basically double a little bit over double. Nobody has played so. I don't think he's quite gonna hit five million dollars yet And i only think. I think that i think for like two or three seasons left so i think they're going to try to do a low contract that kind of matches those years in term only because You wanna get sarokin time to get better. Get more familiar on. Us is rather than it being russia and fully developed into the goaltender that we know he's going to be good. That freeze feels nicer or fridge. Drills nicer yes it does over the the fan that we can't have on us just taunting us. How unprofessional i was just trying to be so slick about it but listen we'll be okay. Yeah but no. I think kind of helps you get a price. I would like to see him get like the card heart deal considering like how many games have been played and the fact that he's not going to be a starter that's the main fact. He's not going to be a starter. Next season is still allama net. Could he be yes. I think so. I think he could play forty games and be okay But he's not because we still have realm off So i i would love to see like a matching to varlamov contract. Two to three years. I think he has left hopefully formal. Maybe a little less informal for me. That would be perfect. Three point five the beautiful while the thinking since he's going to lee kisha at least get four point five for three years or two years..

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"sarokin" Discussed on The Clapper Report

The Clapper Report

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"sarokin" Discussed on The Clapper Report

"He's technically playing twenty games as a backup. He's not the starter. You're gonna have another season as backup as a whole season all right so maybe prospects not the proper term. But like he's not he's nowhere near where he's going to be potentially why he's i think he's gonna be tough. I've obviously i'm a homer. I know that. I am but undoubtedly i would have to say. He's going to be close a top five in the league when it was going to win over him. Yeah ep forty leaves and they have no goalscoring. Fuck off okay. Anyway but yeah so i mean at least my top three. I would have andrea vassilis mark audrey flurry and low key. Maybe john gibson. Yeah gabi f- i might put him. I mean considering. He plays on the ducks and he had this season. He had dude but not only the season. The seasons bro. He's been consistently good on that team. He's been the only thing keeping them from being the bottom of the barrel. I love john gibson that i hope they do something there in anaheim way. I'm sorry i'm fucking stupid. I'm completely forgetting connor book. Yeah why am i not yes. Whoa what the fuck. Yeah connor. Hell book is top goaltender leak. Hello buck yeah. He definitely deserves about the top. Five over sarokin or peterson one hundred percent. Maybe even rask. Yeah well well ask. i mean. We can't really argue about because he has been healthy. He hasn't been healthy two seasons. So i mean i to be honest with you. I really don't know about the season. Prior i know obviously had issues in the bubble but i think he was injured in the regular season to the bubble was a family matter. No no i know. But i think in a regular season yet injury was healthy and then obviously a family matter then. Last season he had a back injury. I think it was or a hip injury. One of one of the two and so we haven't really seen a healthy or we haven't really seen much like on paper like two years Two plus years. Yeah you know so. I kind of obviously false backburner on our on our monitor's here so maybe next season we you know we see different. Rask i know bruce cassidy was saying how we should see him starting next season then they signed linus ullmark. They have jeremy swain. Still i think yes. Women's nah it's like what the fuck i know. That's an interesting conversation to harassment..

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"sarokin" Discussed on Task Force 7 Cyber Security Radio

Task Force 7 Cyber Security Radio

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"sarokin" Discussed on Task Force 7 Cyber Security Radio

"Craig. I got a the so we talk a lot on the show about seaso's a in. What do you do in your first command. Your newly new to the seat but we don't really talk about that from the cio perspective like. Tell me tell me like the thought process of a walk into a new organization for the first time. What's the what's the process. Well you know it's It's easy to say in it's true It's not about technology. And so i don't need to come in Talking about what new networks or systems or things like that. I have to assess this to a tunnel listening. Talk to your team. Spend you know a good couple of months just making your rounds getting to know the culture. The climate the people what would make some stick. How did we get here. What's good what's not then you go a step further and you do the same. But do with your peer group Saw your peers across the company and then go up as as you can in the company as well and take some of the feedback you've heard and also do a bit of a connery regurgitate Every piece of it from not themes that you've heard and and bounce off people and then you really can then come back with what i like to do is a thirty sixty ninety day plan and then break that down And i think for myself you know you have to quickly assess your team. You gotta figure out What they're made of why they think they do the way they do. And where are we going where we pushing boundaries and such and then You gotta learn from that would have put your plan together but you know. Technology religious does not rise to the top. You just got to figure out what kind of people what do they think about. And how do they view technology and and the business together. And then you know. You've got a pitcher plan together. So now you've got your team. You got your plan and you know you hit the at like two to three year mark and now you're going okay. Is mrs evolving. Gotta make some changes. And and i think you spend a lotta time. Obviously staying abreast of. What's going on in the tech world as you should. But i also think that you've got a pretty good knack for articulating things like digital transformation and taking people on the journey. How did where did the storytelling side of this. Come in for you. And how you kind of evolved over time in that. I think they're in different. Companies have different problems. And that's the first few months. Maybe a couple of quarters of role. You've got to really figure out where company is where they need. It to be some some companies just wanted to keep the lights on and some companies want you to evolve the company and once you that you've had how big of a task you have to then go. Do you really need to be talking to your team about where you're trying to get to and really help them understand the purpose of it and often through that you're gonna be breaking like glass because it would have been done already You you gotta be willing to shake things up but when you do that you gotta be really in terms of less about milestones. You gotta talk about purpose Get people focused on. Why you're doing something. And i always find. You know doing that with stories breaking that down as to why in the purpose. And let's talk about this from a you know kind of a story. Storyline versus just telling them what to do. Because you want people to believe in it but to believe in you really have to understand why in i like to tell stories online or just the way to get there through a story so yeah so where do you think the shortage conversation right around how the cio in the sea so operate together Arner ship between the two Where do you think the sea. So goal is evolving to today question. It's funny you look backwards. There's all this right up. People tell you all day long that the cio in our opposite ends with each other. And i just. I don't understand that. I really just fundamentally don't understand napped An event anything. I can't see how you can get in good. Cio if you don't have security on blazing on your forehead and have to be in position to help see so be effective and vice versa. In some regards that you really have to serve the so for the purpose to what the security lead needs to do. Better have a secure network. You'd better have people were thinking about security in all that they do. Otherwise you're gonna make the wife of the so miserable and if you're not is popped because you didn't follow good practices than what Leader are you so. I really do believe that Resistant as long history. For some reason when people talk about you know differences in one house be secure and one ask technology. It's like now you have to have them both gathered and i just think the future is all about that you have to have security minded ceos You just can't ignore the topic. It's almost like saying. I'm not gonna pay attention to budget you know as a cio. Have to pay attention budgie After think about security so to me. You've gotta help enable so more and more and you know you. And i've talked about past to the i gotta get mighty aim in. It on the it side. I gotta get them to be security professionals and almost act as if you're trying to work out a work the The sea so team out of a job. They'll never happen but try like hell because you need your it professionals teams to be security minded. So that let you have. The security team focused on like the five percent of the issues. That happened because those are the ones that concern. Every company led. What steve. I can take ninety ninety five percent of the issues off the table at the it level so that the sarokin look at the things that go bump in the night and it's such a really good point immune. I've talked about all this stuff at length. But i think it's really cool to think about because i think about the sea so role becoming more like our information risk officer a risk type of role. You know if you will give you the things that we you know you just mentioned right if you can have your infrastructure so tight in i have you know as a see so have so many kind of like really skilled practitioners looking for really advanced things that you know most attacks would never you know. The adversary would have had to spend the biggest money in their user. Biggest tools to make that happen Then you know the so ends up. Managing you know some really high end capabilities but also really is a risk conversation. You know because you don't have to day. Patching whereabout vulnerabilities. You know that kind of stuff. So i think that's a really great part intercedes. Those out there who are listening right should be. What's the evolution their of your role right at some point. You've got us move away from threatened vulnerability hope you have a cio. Like craig that can handle that stuff with you and then start to think about how you become a risk practitioner helping manage the business from a risk perspective and not just on vulnerabilities..

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"sarokin" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

The Breakdown with Shaun King

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"sarokin" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

"You don't do a rob. I think that friends should get together a lot more and talk about more than just bitcoin and game stop and all these other random things and really come together in bed on each other right like bet on each other invest in each other to make each other rich. It's very possible. It happens all the time i mean. I think about a mentioned him earlier. Lebron james like lebron. James definitely you know is the is all things basketball but he brought all of his friends along with him to establish a number of other businesses tv productions sports agency. There's a million other things that they are doing together to make each other rich. Lebron is only good at basketball right but they were all good at other things. They collectively invested in those other things together to share in that prophet to share in that welfare so many of us that have really really great people around us. We meyer them for the things that they're able to do. We patronize them. As individuals but why not become an investor and become rich and wealthy together and you and have done a lot of cooperative. Economics deals yes. We're we have people who have capital and they don't have the business skills to build a business nor the time to do it and a lot of they don't have the access. Yeah and so they partner with us in certain cases and we'll go out and help them build the business and we'll split the profit. You know like it happens every day and what you have to recognize that not. Everybody needs to bring money to the table. Sometimes the skill that you have is a person who runs the company or runs. The deal is valuable enough for you to get compensated with sweat equity. Yeah i have another example so my former boss. I i worked for a puff You know she's very skilled in all things marketing and all things branding And she launched to very profitable spirits. Companies for puff Sarokin daily on and every time. We say to mischer sean. Combs diddy love. Whatever he's being called in the moment of it. It sounded like it was like some some obscure company called puff. Okay like some random plug. Some we got you So my former boss. When i was working for him so she has since left and she went out on her own. And you know as of six months ago. She launched a new spirits company with lebron james It's a tequila company called lobos. Now i know she had been working on something for years. I don't think this was lebron's idea right. But she had a really great concept. She's got the skill. She's got the experience in so cooperatively. She found other people with the capital. I love who could invest in what she was doing. And now they're all owners they are all profiting off this new venture right in..

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"sarokin" Discussed on The Clapper Report

The Clapper Report

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"sarokin" Discussed on The Clapper Report

"Yeah least early. So i mean that's good insight to especially for emerton 'cause i was trying to think of like who really realistically needs a goalie but like it's also kind of like an immediate need now edmonton but i definitely liked that pick. I mean within a year or two he should be able to have like some type of play at least the backup at the very adam minimum. He should be consistently so. But i mean it's a matter of translates from the whol to yeah. I know they're going to have to play on this on this ice here. That's a little bit small. I know that You know the only experience. I have with like european or you know. Overseas skaters coming over is a sarokin so it took him like a while learning like the angles. Like i remember his first game. He was getting murdered by every islander fan because he was giving up a ton of rebounds because he didn't know the angle and there isn't just appeared and we saw it with soroka. I'm not trying to say that you know. He's the only european or overseas goaltender who actually acclimated. Well obviously not but from experience he learned it and once he learned it he was lights out again. So i'm sure it'll take a year or two but these figure it out such as agency on seventeen. Oh well yeah i mean. That's that's incredibly young so he's probably gonna need actually even maybe a little bit longer. Who knows to fully develop but yeah young goaltender debts commodity of the nhl goal tending so. Start 'em young who is zero other My oilers pick is coal cylinder allowing little. Okay okay yes interesting. I'm yeah okay. I'll get him. When i you know nineteenth overall i have. Francesca pinelli pinelli. These flashy dynamic and Exactly what predators. Want for their rebuild. And he's fast four checks along boards really well any creates scoring chances like no one else. Business was really fun to watch However sometimes he plays a replays wrong and he's also skating straight line which could negatively affect His recovery during offensive breakdown. Or something. So i do have them picking him just because of how dynamic is national news that yes so nashville. I mean they. They are solid in net and even on defense..

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"sarokin" Discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"sarokin" Discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

"The final four after winning the championship last year. Tampa bay looks scary. They're about to dispose of carolina. But look at barry trotz head coach of the new york islanders. He was the coach of the washington. Capitals beat the vegas golden knights backing thousand. Eighteen there to to locked up with boston. Should the golden knights advanced to these stanley cup finals. Which of those teams were as you. The most i think i wanna say the islanders because they play a bit of ugly hockey right like they like to muck it up and they've got some guys who could play. Obviously anthony pavilion a and and mathew barzal. But barry trotz is is a master tactician. I mean he's the guy who was the mastermind behind the capitals winning that stanley cup. Just a couple of years ago. Unfortunately coming at the expense of the golden knights. It just seems like they're they're goaltending. It doesn't matter who they play. They they run a rotation. Both guys are phenomenal. sarokin and Varlamov have had phenomenal seasons. That's a rotation that works really well I think. I think vegas to go. Toe-to-toe with tampa. It's the islanders the kind of scare me because it's just seems like it's just such a bad match up and like i mentioned before with vegas. The death scoring worries me and if the islanders are able to kind of shut down the top two lines of the golden knights. I just don't know how they would be able to win a series against the islanders. Wrap it up with chris. Chapman part of the broadcast team for the vegas golden knights krista about thirty seconds game four tonight what decides who wins it between colorado and vegas. Well i think it's a coin. Flip these two teams are so even lee match truck. Game one of this series. That was that was just a a something. You probably aren't gonna see again. The second and third games have been really more. What what i'd expect. I think vegas behind the home. Crowd is going to get the job done. I mean it sounds like a homer pick. But i really think. This team played inspired last night. In front of a seventeen thousand plus. I think they're going to do it again. Tomorrow it's going to be a really close game if they can stay out of the penalty box to win the game. Well that's so true with at colorado power. Play all right. thanks so much. Chris appreciate you joining us tonight. Yeah no problem but he can talk to you soon. That as chris chapman. Part of the las vegas vegas golden knights of broadcasting las vegas tomorrow night game four believe face off five thirty pm against colorado colorado currently has a two one lead in that series. It's been a pretty exciting santa cup playoffs so far. We don't talk much hockey on this show very little. But sometimes i think it's appropriate. Now is one of those times would coming up. You may have forgotten. The name to shawn. Watson will don't because i've got an update their.

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"sarokin" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"sarokin" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"Your opinion about the island or game tonight You know against the pangalos. They played pretty ready. They picked out some guys like malcolm crosby and kinda got under their skin. You think tonight they should pick out me. Be like marsh marsh and or out other worry about picking them out they'll be out there and You know like. I said before the series started. Jake that the islanders going to have to play a tight tight type of game and unfortunately for them in the last game. The third period opened up and was end to end. And the next. You know it's three two three. That's not really the game that they wanna play. Look that first line for. Boston is unbelievable. I wouldn't say it's the best line in hockey. I would say it's probably second or third best line because i believe the best line is nathan. Mackinnon line out in In colorado but there were of them they know what's going on you know. Matinee boys will have to be out there dealing with all that they're going to get great goaltending again which they've gotten from sarokin and varlamov and it's the nice thing about having to goaltenders especially one like varlamov that came off the bench and settle things down in game two and one game in boston which was not going to be easy coach. Says he needs the fans. I know the fans will show up the players. Know the fans are going to show up and be a big part of this and they just have the play their game. They're solid really really solid professional hockey team. They got veterans all throughout the lineup. That been down this road before. It's too bad that anders lee is not playing for them. Because it's a big loss for them. But you know they are a gritty. I don't care. They don't back down and as long as they don't get any significant injuries. Moving forward that can hang with anybody each the morning show with boomer esiason greg's naughty boomer and geo..

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"sarokin" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"sarokin" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"That we're not called if you an. I'm what bugs me is. I see people online. Lots of the mex- players saying you've got a fight through checks. That's what the playoffs are about. Why should the game be dumbed down to the players that can't play at the level of connor mcdavid and he's just one example. If you can't keep up figure out a new way but why should you be able to hold and commit fouls dinner clear for everyone to see. I'm not talking about the ones that you're not sure on damn there clear he's got. The puck got tackled. Move on please. I you know what i wanted. I will move on but and this isn't in kenny's character. Kenny does things professionally and respectfully so he would call colin campbell or he would call stephen walk him and he would voice his post round concerns. He wouldn't do publicly. But i so wanted him to to to play. The brian burkhard from years ago with the vancouver canucks where city with one of his best press conferences. Ever by the way ever might be one of the best period in pro sport. But that's i wanted kenny. Go down that road and he's just not going to do that because he's he's got too much cotton maybe he's not quite as hot headed as a good friend. Brian burke so we're moving on rate and we're going to hurt yamaha performance players of the week. I'll start with you we to go with ilias sarokin from the new york islanders. Young kid had been highly touted. The islanders had the wait for him to come over from russia. So now they got this tandem with varlamov and sarokin sarokin gets the net and he's brilliant of the things that were the difference in that series. Nelia sarokin outplayed trista jari by considerable margin. He was fantastic. He's my yamaha performer. The week excellent went back and forth maha performance player of the week. I wasn't thinking brock nelson going into yesterday and it wasn't you know with all due respect to rockies. He had a good series. He scored two in the second period. And you just caught my attention because he could just tell that something special was unfolding. But i'm not going to brock nelson. That's just honorable mention. What he almost had the first islander hat trick in a playoff game in thirty.

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"sarokin" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"sarokin" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"Day game five. They're headed back to the coliseum with a chance to close it out again brendan burke. Msg plus so he is fired up and rightly so they wind up winning three two three two series lead. All good josh bailey. Steel if you wanna call it that and the game winner then if you were in pittsburgh you heard it this way. stop it. Let right by all the wars tristen jerry. Jerry gave it away bayliss. Scars came over homeboy and that that yeah well. That is the legendary mike lang. Yes does not call as many games because he is up there in age these days but of course he's not gonna be exciting covert. I mean all the reasons yes he was not exactly fired up and understandably so anthony beauvillier and jordan eberle with goals as well and sarokin with forty eight. Freakin saves the pretty good. I bailey on the play of the game winner. Just trying to put pressure on them. I think.

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