35 Burst results for "Seve"
Art and Climate Fatigue
"My name's zoe set a kiss ski. And i'm a senior electra. At the school of design at ut and a lot of my research is around how we can visually communicate ecological issues like climate change and biodiversity loss in a way that engages people in mexican think about action that they can take and ways that we could adapt to live differently for a more sustainable future. So what is comet fatigue. And why don't we feel it. Yeah climate fatigue and eko anxiety. This lots of tomes for these things And it's it's very real. I mean i feel a sense of grief and anxiety often in the research that i do But i think what's really important is starting to accept and engage with those feelings and not hide behind them feeling the feelings it seems straightforward but when we're experiencing such lodge ecological shifts at a rapid right. Zoe explains that. We must reckon with the inevitable. Greif of that experience in order to create change. One of the. I guess the the incredible moments for me. We call it a disorienting dilemma was. When i'd been overseas i was on a research trip overseas in november twenty nine and so i actually missed the start of the those horrific bushfires that blackened seve knee and i arrived at after a month of being away and as the plane flew into sydney. I just saw the red sun that you could barely see through. And i felt broken because i was homesick. Can i was ready to come home. But i flew into a home that i no longer recognized. There's a term for the switches. Solis style and it's a feeling of homesickness for a place that you a still with eaton
TPA Open Source Software Security with Jennifer Fernick
"Let's do a little background on you. Give us the thirty second overview of who you are and in what brings you here. Share name's stanford for nick. I'm the global head of research at nc secret which is a large cyber security consulting firm prior to this iran a security team at a large bank. I've been doing security for a very long time long before. I realized that it was an actual industry in profession and grew up through Do undergrad and my masters was in systems engineering. And then he's a phd student in cryptography. So my main focus area has historically been progress. But of course it's expanded to much more recently Currently i run a security team that has several hundred researchers at antique group. So you are in fact. One of those jokingly jobs and i always talk about in crypto. There's like five people the world qualified to talk about it. You probably one of those five hundred. If we're going to talk about post quantum crypto. Maybe i was really interested in. Public key crypto systems in how quantum computers could be used to break them. So that's specific staff of probably. Although less over time i guess as i've stepped into maybe a broader a broader role within. I need to get back on the show to talk about. Post quantum crypto kaz. Admittedly tell you. I have absolutely so little knowledge in that stays. It's not even funny all right so you we wanted to get this conversation. Getting kicked off around Around open source You've done some work in this in this area. Tell us a little bit about de get started their shirt so Of course at nc group we do like of security research and some of this is the more traditional vulnerability research so about a year and a half ago. Maybe there were a bunch of people that were getting very interested in figuring out. How do we better secure of open-source ecosystem because we know that there's been this sort of lacombe. Ole finding of random security bugs sometimes super inconsequential on super small projects. Sometimes absolutely massive about things like heart bleed so so like across time There's been there's been an uncovering in a very patchy way of vulnerabilities within open source software. So we were interested in really finding a way to coordinate impulse together and figure out what are some strategic steps forward in open source software security cool all right so look there. There has been so much raging debate And i use that word. Because it's almost like the windows versus lennox versus mac discussion. These days right turns into like a pseudo religious argument oval open source versus commercial software. Which one's better which one's more secure in insecurities Everyone goes and even if you had an app. Even for those of us have spurs one way or the other. You wait five minutes. And there's there's proof to the contrary so a you mentioned heart bleed right like then there's bash bog that forget the name of it but i mean if it had its own logo and i think we even made a theme song for crying out loud like it got it. It's gotten a little absurd. Yeah people are spending too much time marketing. Their bugs navy. But but you know we we open ourselves stuff was such a. I guess a revelation or wakeup call for a lot of us because there was this there was this belief that somehow open source. Stuff is you know. can infallible. Like all right. There's so many people looking at it and you know it's being reviewed in real time. It's the community. Always like their community has the opportunity to bug on either. We didn't or or there's something wrong with that argument. Yeah there's this tragedy of the comments thing that happens around open source software where we assume that just because someone can look at it. Someone has And we also assume that if someone's looking at it they are not an adversary and totally wanna do a responsible coordinated disclosure which is not often or not necessarily always the case so the i think hardly really opened our eyes to the impact that these bugs can have. I mean if you think about it. This was wet like spring. Twenty fourteen that this came out in public Showed us what the risk really looks like in practice you know. There was a single critical vulnerability found within an individual open source project that was maintained by only a few volunteers recall correctly. Like maybe one person was working on it. Fulltime and this was like the underlying infrastructure for like a non trivial portion of the entire internet yet and it compromises security of. I think it was like seventeen or somewhere. Unplug percent of all of the web servers on the internet. And it's like. I think this really shows us how like important. These software systems are and how many dependencies trace back to open source software. So when people are having this debate what is more secure open source or proprietary software. Obviously there's trade offs right. Proprietary can't necessarily have everyone look at the source but you're at least guaranteeing that someone probably is looking at the source an all of these other things but i mean it's it almost becomes a moot point to me because whether you make a case for proprietary software being more secure or open source software being more secure weather proprietary or open source. There's often dependencies upon core pieces of infrastructure that are open source so finding a way to secure these things matters and out of like what came with heart lead. The lennox foundation started like the core infrastructure initiative which put millions of dollars into helping secure open source software. So really open necessarily just kind of the next phase of of that work effort will be good excellent point because this is something that the scene repeatedly because a lot of the the foundations of nobody writes all their libraries right. I mean only the insane Scratch even when. I was the world's worst developer a million years ago. There would still be things you would include you do from other y- find something like okay. I need to know how to do. X y and z. Like i have no idea how to write. I'm gonna go find a l and include that. I can bring in pop that in want to use somebody else's optimized i don't have threat from scratch. Brilliant web apps are the greatest way to see this in action because there's just tons of frameworks plug ins and whatever and a lot of that stuff is open source maintained by the community and then we find out that there are a event julia every once in a while we find a massive bugs in in some of these things and then we gotta go hunting and got to realize that A lot of the commercial products out there have been source things inside them. That are vulnerable that it will like okay. So how do we fix this now. Yeah and like those transitive. Dependencies can often go many layers deep lake sometimes depending on something. That's depending on something. That's depending on open source library. Which itself is depending on some other open source component and often it can go many layers steve unlike just understanding those transitive dependencies where that risk comes into any product. Yet open source or commercial is very hard. It's something that Organizations don't necessarily do The organizations that rely upon these critical things don't always finds them or study them at the depth that you might expect that they would. So there's a definite need for folks that are interested in doing security research in working with open source maintainers to really come together and pull in the same direction. Otherwise we just have this infinite like finding of random bugs but if you think about. I don't know the statistics that ucla seve owner vulnerability databases. There's tens of thousands of vulnerabilities disclosed every year. That gets vs. There's way more than that that are being disclosed. That maybe don't tv's there's even more than that that are being found in not patched and there's probably even more than that being created input into existence so when we think about just the massive stale at which there exist 'vulnerability in sourcing beyond Clearly something needs to change in in the ways that we develop software in the ways that we secure software throat like this. Dlc in in what happens when we integrate these at risk components. So
An Apple/Hyundai Car?
"Hundai has confirmed that it is in early discussions with apple on collaborating to develop a self driving car. But in case you're jumping ahead to apple may be buying hyundai or anything like that. This seems to be just a partnership right now and also hyundai says apple is talking to several carmakers about a bunch of things right now so quoting. Cnbc we understand. That apple is in discussions with a variety of global automakers including hyundai motor as the discussion is at its early stage. Nothing has been decided a representative from honda motor told. Cnbc's cherry king. The statement followed a local report from the korean economic daily. That said apple suggested the tie up and honda motor was reviewing the terms. The report said both electric vehicle production as well as battery development were included in the proposal. And that the car could potentially be released in two thousand twenty. Seven apple declined to comment on the report and quote at the exact same time in bloomberg mark. Gurman has a piece up saying yes. Apple is developing an autonomous electric vehicle. But the timeline for release. His sources say is five to seven years. Also this quote a key. Differentiator would be apple's ability to integrate. Its driving system a pricey initiative that has spurred the company to develop its own software sensor hardware chip technologies. The goal is to let a user input their destination and be driven there with little or no other engagement. According to the people familiar with the project apple doesn't manufacture its own products and it will likely take the same approach with a vehicle. It's unclear which company would assemble the car. Though in its first attempt about five years ago apple worked with engineers from magna international a major auto industry contract manufacturer apple has continued to investigate building. It's self driving car system for third party car partners rather than its own vehicle the people said and it could ultimately again abandoned. Its own car. Efforts in favor of this approach in assign it has now rebooted development of a vehicle apple in recent months shifted in executive known for his work on vehicle interiors and exteriors to its car team in twenty nine thousand nine apple hired former tesla engineering. Vice president steve macmanus but he initially worked on projects unrelated to the car. Now mcmanus leads a development. Group was several employees focused on car interiors fabrics car testing and vehicle manufacturing people with knowledge of the matter said he reports doug field a former top tesla vehicle engineer. Who runs the apple car project. Day to day apple also recently hired jonathan seve a vehicle engineer from bmw ag tesla and alphabets as a senior manager on the car projects in two thousand nineteen apple. Tapped michael schwer kuch tesla's former vice president in charge of drive systems adding to a growing list of former tesla employees working on the vehicle effort late in two thousand twenty apple also hired another former tesla vice president stuart bowers. According to a person familiar with the move. He led tesla's self driving technology team until mid two thousand nineteen and was an executive in residence at venture. Capital firm grey lag partners until july. According to his lincoln profile apples car team is filled with dozens of other x tesla hardware and self driving car. Engineers in total apple has several hundred engineers working on the project with most of them developing the self driving car system rather than the full fledged vehicle and
Chinese moon probe begins return to Earth with lunar samples
"The Chinese space agency says its trunk five spacecraft has lifted off from the moon the third Chinese spacecraft to land on the moon in the first to take off from it again it's the latest in a series of increasingly ambitious missions for Beijing space program yeah that's how what researchers at the moon sampling process went smoothly and beyond their expectations the craft landed on the moon Seve storms on Tuesday stowing samples in a container after working for about nineteen hours on the moon's surface the Chinese agency says the lander unfurled what they're calling the first freestanding Chinese flag on the moon the ascent vehicle rendezvous is with the return crafters in lunar orbit touchdown as planned for the grasslands of inner Mongolia in about a week I'm Jennifer king
Italy votes to cut number of MPs and senators
"Cara the initiative. First of all to reduce the number of MP's this was a big headline initiative of the five Star Movement. Why was that? Did they have a sincere belief in reducing the the role of government in Italian life or did they just think that you never lose votes by leading up on politicians? Well, the movement five stars as people who do follow Italian politics will know was born essentially as an anti elitist movement from the very onset in fact, it was never. Going to be a party, I told at the very beginnings it's very point was to remove the privilege of the ruling elite and the the the reduce reducing the number of of MP's was seen as part of that historically There is a consideration, the one of the main considerations from the point of view of the movie stars and other parties that have. Box. This referendum is to save on the cost of politics whether the cost is actually relevant enough. The savings are relevant enough to actually make significant difference is to be determined but it's difficult to oppose such measures from the point of view of symbolism writes in the. PD. So the center left Party, the Democrat, party has had to back this referendum eventually partly because we are they are now in a ruling coalition. With the move and five stars and they don't want to be seen at odds with one another because that could put the government risk. But also because nobody wants to be perceived as the party who's protecting the elites ultimately because the cost thing is nonsense isn't it's one billion euros over ten years which in the context of the national budget of a country, the size of Italy is beans it is and that's been remarked a number of times As I said, it's more about the symbolic gesture than anything else in front. One of the a practical consequences that this reduction will have is that a will significantly decrease the amount of representation. So that right now, there is one MP in the Chamber of Deputies. Every. Ninety six, thousand, Italians dutton number will now go up to one each one, hundred, fifty, one, thousand Italians, and think the will be particularly seved at the level of the Senate because the Senate is elected kind of via regional route so that there is different electoral colleges, etc, and set in regions will see the number of their elected representatives go down by or more than half, and that's significant from the point of view of how much. Swayed will have in the chamber. Extremely significant and does appear to be the obvious drawback of this game. Nevertheless, it was very popular among your fellow. Italians with seventy percent voting for why is that? Do you think? Do you think that's an if you think about Europe as a whole? Is that an unusually high number more than usually sick of the people who are running the country? I think one of the reasons why the result was so high as because it was ultimately backed by lot of parties so that the party division line was less dark than it would've been now the situations in which these referendums have been politicized the moving five stars of course voted yes it's electorate voted compactly. Yes. Like almost ninety six percent or something this deal moving five-star electorate voted. For, yes. But the PD also officially backed it and the vast majority of the electorate of the Lega and all the rest of the center right also did. So when you sum up all these different parties that there's less of a political kind of undercurrent to it, other than a win for the moon five stars and a not rocking of the current political establishment because ultimately PD also bacteria. That's the political meaning that you're going to be gleaning out of it. So on the subject of gleaning political meaning from things, these regional elections were held at the same time. What did they tell us? It's very interesting because a lot of people over the last few years have wondered whether Salvini could get back on on his horse. Matteo Salvini. Yeah, no indeed and these regional elections where a very important appointment because it's the first time that Italians do vote after covid right? And there were a number of regions that historically have been left wing regions that were thought. They could go to the center right and that hasn't largely happened the centre-left has held in many of the places where it wanted to hold a apart from a mark wearing fact, the candidate that's now become the governor doesn't come from Salvini Spotty, but from Italy Italia, which is the other far right party but less of a kind of northern secessionist heritage more of the Roman heritage right. What we're seeing across the bode board in these results is that Salvini is losing grip on many things, other challenges from within the center right IRA merging not least Georgia Maloney the leader of Fratelli d'italia. So this other far right party not least. Competition within his own party Ziad. The governor of Benetton very popular in his region because of his management of Cavite has skyrocketed to six to seventy six percent. Results in in the region and so I think we're what we're seeing is that the left wing is holding where it probably didn't even think it would hold this much and that context government despite content not being an elected official of the centre-left has actually given a lot more credibility to the current coalition that I think anybody would have expected doesn't strike you though that this is a a left versus right question on more of a professionals versus populists question because a like a pandemic is about a stern test that any government can face and obviously Italy was one of the first places in Europe to face it on a very large scale. Is it possible that something of this sort has reminded Italian voters that maybe there is something to be said for voting for blandly competent and relatively calm people who are actually capable of doing stuff i. think that's exactly the point partly because the populist narrative, very much centers around narratives around you know migration and other issues that don't really relate necessarily to what many Italians rating about right now, which is administration economic recovery, which is returning to schools on you know relatively less appealing because they are much more ordinary budget still, very, very important concerns and interestingly you mentioned you know that the rise of the. Leader? Many, of the regional leaders. The. Regional governors are now coming onto the national stage and where in the past I think we used to see a lot more mess come into national politics right now we're seeing a lot more of these figures that used to be very much in the background because not many people focused on regional governors. Suddenly they were putting a spotlight because of covid this new whole generation of politicians coming to the full, and we will have to see in the next few years. How many of them will make the jump to national politics?
Apple March 31 Event: Everything that could be announced
"Spring event is coming up for Apple Spring events so we will expect that probably in a marshy right now. Rumor has it for a March thirty first which falls on a Tuesday and I do. I really honestly think iphone nine or if you want to call the two is going up so for all. You've been waiting all this time. I think the time has come. I think people going to decide. If we're I still think it's going to go game. Buster for three ninety nine for a apple phone. I think going to sell a lot. I really do and I had a for people that was. That sounded facetious there. Mike no I'm I'm actually thinking about it because most of right now I'm going off of my phone but if I touch it and do anything else with it you guys are gone. Well I'm not you guys and I was just thinking like Oh. That's called fickle. Ism isn't it maybe? Yeah and touching. I'm gone okay onto the device just a hot spot from Worth it well. That's true that when you're going to be hands off right what you're talking about could use that thing as basically as your own That's pretty low. Mean I understand what you mean but just laugh be online. That's so old. No I don't know I dig received some emails from you. Love folks out there and I appreciate you telling me and a lot of you saying that. Quit Schmooze in the audience. Come on deleted last month with a think of this if you went to your larger phone and a lot of did not like that idea. They want the small factor. That doesn't surprise me. Yeah you you are going to jump up in a bigger size format so that `seve sized that you are familiar with is not going to be like that all. I really hate to tell you but I think he's going to go to the iphone Eisai's so if you're familiar with that that's quite a big jump. Yeah I know a lot of people to that. Bought it for that exact reason. That was the number one thing I did not want a bigger screen knows it. Well what I'm wondering about the sound because I really want some different sound kind of tired of my age sounding Phone you know what I mean I. I'd like something that has a little bit more I don't know just a bigger sound more. Well I was going to use a different word but yeah no no. I don't think it will be because this is a budget phone. No no I'd like to larger phone again this sort of Spanish because the better. I think you're right. It does sound better on the bigger device even IPAD and speaking head. We'd definitely will see some ipad refresh. The will come out updates and stuff. Some of the rumors have out there the apple. Tv IS GONNA come out with a new release. That I hear what's up. That's what I hear. A twelve by on a chip. Yeah I'm still on the third generation and I'm happy with my third generation but you won't be when it fails when the next one comes out. It's like anymore yeah. Well I've got a third generation as well and I just think you know sperry time for it to retire.
Stop Trying to Eliminate Suffering
"So let's get started with a discussion around the Co want shared in the last podcast episode. This is where a monk asked toes on when he was Wayne some flax. What is Buddha toes on said? This flax weighs three pounds. Now this is a this is a co on that. I really enjoy. Because they've mentioned before the the the whole point of these Cohen's at times seems to be for me at least that they're trying to get us out of conceptual thinking and back into the experiential into the present moment and that's exactly what this Cohen does take your in the middle of Wayne some flax Jason. Someone says what is Buddha. That's a concept what it's an idea but you know what surreal. This flax weighs three pounds. And that's exactly what the Monk Quist was teaching in this co- On and I think it's a it's a really fun and a simple and a profound lesson that The questions that we ask sometimes sometimes. Sometimes it's the question that's the problem in other words. Sometimes the absurdity of the question merits an answer like this. You know there's another another co on that The Whole Cohen says what is the color of wind and that to me. It's like what you could wrestle with that question all day long long but if you fail to understand that the the problem with that is the question itself. That's just the wrong question. It's absurd question but we do that. We have questions. And they entertain the thoughts in our minds. And they distract us from the experiential and this Cohen is one of those invitations to bring back to reality and in this specific case reality. Is that this flax weighs three pounds. So I like this. It reminds ends me to stay mindful of of the questions that I'm entertaining now. I think I've mentioned this in previous podcast episode but one of the things that really drew you my attention to Buddhism in the first place was the focus on the questions rather than the focus on the answers. Because I feel like a lot of ideologies focus so much on giving you the answers the answers to big existential questions for example what happens when we die or why are we here. Where did we you come from? You're not going to find answers to those questions in a tradition like Buddhism because it is much more focused on the question in in fact it would prioritize the question if you were to ask well what happens when I die. They would say it's more important to know. Why am I asking that question? Or why does that question question matter so much to me and that to me is is a really fascinating way of thinking where you prioritize the question rather than Focus John Given the right answer and I think a lot of times. These Cohen's are trying to do that here. You have a direct question. What is Buddha and the answer? That's given has nothing to do the question because it's reminding you that the question was misguided in the first place because in real life in that moment one thing that's true there or or at least a mattered in that moment is that the flaxseed weighs three pounds and I love the shift there. So that's that's how I interpret that Cohen for me in my own life. I often find myself in the position of the monk. That's asking questions like what is Buddha. What is enlightenment? What what is suffering Can we eliminate suffering questions like that or what is God. Is there a God. You know these are big questions. And that's it's not to say we should dismiss all questions. I love the idea of thinking deeply and I'm glad that people have questions because those big questions lead to ideology alleged philosophy and religions and it gives us something something to work with and something to think about so I'm not trying to minimize minimize or dismiss the question. I'm trying to just emphasize that in this particular case. These Cohen's are helping us to understand and the importance of the experiential in the present moment versus the conceptual. That's taking place somewhere. That's not here and now with the question like what is Buddha versus the flax waste three pounds. It says right there among toes on when he was Wayne. Some flax so autozone is doing something and he's being interrupted with a question that has nothing to do with what he's doing so he's saying the answer. This flax weighs three pounds. That's more important. Didn't and I just love that. I love the way of thinking. They're so those are my thoughts on the co on from last week. But this kind of leads into the topic that I wanted to discuss in in the podcast episode today. The problem with suffering and this kind of started with a question that I received seve someone was asking me would unenlightened persons. Still suffer or mourn over the loss of a loved one or over. Say the pain of a broken bone the things of that nature and in a way it left me thinking of this Cohen. Because I'd been thinking about the coin all week when that question came in and almost thought we'll so there's no appropriate answer to the question because to me. That question is flawed. It's it's not. It's not the right question. The real question would be pertaining to whatever it is we were doing in that moment. I started thinking about it later and thinking About the problem with the word suffering the problem problem with the Word Enlightenment and lightened person. What is an enlightened person? Why would an enlightened person not suffering over the loss of a loved one so this got me thinking thinking you know in Buddhism were always talking about suffering and the word suffering we we we discuss it in the context of three different types of suffering the suffering of suffering suffering which is essentially pain? Right like a broken bone the suffering of loss when we lose a loved one or a job or we're nostalgic for the past like that's the suffering one of loss and then there's a third type of suffering that we talk about often which is all pervasive suffering and it got me thinking what if what we really have Abbas just an error in word choice. It's like we're jumping through hoops. Trying to make the word suffering work for a concept or an idea that maybe the problem with suffering is the word itself the word suffering and what that word means to us and we know that to some extent. That's absolutely true because in the the original teachings what is being talked about as suffering doesn't necessarily mean suffering the actual word is Duca. But you can't take an idea from one language and then explain the idea and another language without translating the word so right there from the very get go. You have the first problem which were do we choose. And unfortunately in our case the word that has been most commonly used is suffering and the problem with concepts and ideas and words. You know everything is just a concept. It's all stories so they're inherited from our society from our culture culture from her religion from our families but including and especially words the words themselves so suffering is a word that has meaning meaning. And we've inherited that meaning you know somebody at some point described. What suffering is to you but imagine how would someone undescribed suffering to you without using any words? How would you convey that to another person to help them understand what it is to suffer? We can't really do that. You could feel it and then and then recognize. Oh this is that feeling that they're talking about but suffering is a word and so we're kind of stuck with the the meaning that society has given us for what that word means and that's the problem we run into with every word the whether it's enlightenment or or suffering so just to address a little bit I think what we what we really want to get the where Duka we we know has other translations and scholars have since talked about you know maybe using a different word like unsatisfactory nece and and that's a word that lately I've been using more in my mind like that the idea of unsatisfactory nece but going back really quick to enlightenment. It's the same problem right. The idea of enlightenment agreement is a story so thinking you are enlightened. Well that's just a story and thinking that you're not enlightened. We'll also just story and I love the Cohen on that. I've talked about before the gate list gate. Where jewelry is being asked to enter this gate and he sees no need to enter the gate because he doesn't see himself as being outside aside and that to me is a really profound understanding of this concept or or this idea of enlightenment? How can you enter a space that you're not outside of right? It's it's impossible. How can I enter a room if I'm already in that room? And that is the teaching in this co- on on of the gate Lewis Gate and think of the implication of that profound lesson. When you apply it to something like the concept of enlightenment so going back to the original question that someone someone is asking me would an enlightened person? It's like okay. Well we gotTA stop there. What is an enlightened person to you because we may not be seeing that the same? I don't think there's such a the thing I think the whole concept of enlightened as it's just a concept and I think a lot of people get hung up on concepts and ideas like enlightenment and would suffering which is what I wanted to talk about in this episode. We know we can't stick with the original word because we don't even know what that means unless someone tells us will what does translate the word for me will now. You've got the problem. You opened up the can of worms so I would like to have US consider for a moment unsatisfactory satisfactory nece as a more appropriate word that we could use and I understand that it's difficult to do this because any time someone comes along and says we'll we'll wait. What if this word makes more sense others will say well? Now you're changing the whole thing and I ran into this when I was writing my book. No nonsense Buddhism for beginners. I I was talking about the four noble truths and the concept of of suffering and that Because we talk about how in life there is suffering and then later you're talking about a way to end suffering but these concepts are really difficult to use if you're limited with your understanding of the word suffering so what I was trying trying to help. The publisher understand is that when I'm referring to suffering here I'm referring to the Buddhist understanding of suffering which is all pervasive that suffering which if somebody in Western society thinks of the words suffering and then you talk about the idea of eliminating suffering. You're running into a whole lot of problems here because first you have to unpack what suffering actually means from the Buddhist perspective rather than what suffering means to an to the average western way of thinking. But I couldn't couldn't get around that I couldn't interject other words because the publisher said well the most common way that Buddhists talk about Duka is suffering. So so you're just gonNA use the word suffering and that's what I was limited to so in a way my hands are tied. And it's like okay. Well I'll explain this concept using the only words that and I'm allowed to use and in this case suffering was one of those words so again I was presented with the problem of suffering where the problem of suffering is the word itself so I feel a sense of discomfort or and satisfactory nece at times in my life and that's separate separate from what I feel when I'm feeling Elaine suffering and in that sense I like to remember. It's totally okay. There's no problem with with experiencing suffering. I experience suffering at times in life. And that's okay. That's not the problem. The only problem with suffering is when we think we shouldn't experience suffering or even worse. We think there's some magical way to eventually avoid or eliminate suffering altogether and. That's a problematic thought. That's problematic concept or belief or idea idea to hold unless you start impacting a lot of things in there. What the suffering actually mean? And there's just not a way to eliminate suffering in the general general sense that we think of suffering so. I wanted to discuss that a little bit in this podcast episode. I think we should quit striving to only only feel good in our lives and instead we should strive to be good at feeling feeling. Whatever it is that we're feeling instances of suffering are a great invitation to pause in that moment and really pay attention to what we're
Why Mars is a lovely dream that will also probably kill anyone who goes
"I have been known on occasion to talk about my desire to leave this doomed planet behind by known to I mostly mean I've been told shop. You have a family. You're not going to colonize Mars. And that's true. I because no self respecting colonization mission. Asian wants a podcast or closing on forty but mostly it's true because for every Rosie promise of an eventual human colony on Mars reality sets up. That's too bad because those promises get more rosy by the year it sounds like something sci fi but Nastase Mars orbiter orbiter has seen something only imagined. Liquid water has been found on Mars. This is the first time in four and a half billion year history of it's been possible to extend life beyond earth. Thousands of people are going to colonize Mars. And I am telling you that they're going to do this soon. Strap yourselves in. We're going to Mars. It will not shock you to learn that there are some problems these rosy announcements. Don't address and that the likelihood hood of an early death a failed mission cancer from extreme radiation or even in the very best case scenario a life lived in tunnels meters under the surface are among those problems. Why do we still dream of Mars? Why do we want a backup plan? What's going on there? That keeps US hoping beyond hope even though it would be easier to live on earth after total nuclear winter and to exist on Mars right now that will one day making their we natural dreamers or is it more than that Jordan Heath Rawlings this is the big story Dr Katie Mac is a theoretical cosmologists. She is an assistant professor of Physics at NC State University and she's currently on a visiting fellowship at perimeter theoretical physics in Waterloo eye. Doctor can we start by. Just telling me that as a scientist when you hear an announcement like The latest one in a string from Elon. Musk what is the first thing that goes through your head. Well I you know. I wonder what the technical plans are. Because Sir Lotta Times these announcements are things like. Oh we're going to do this. We're going to do that. And I'm always curious to know what what the real sort sort of thinking is behind it in terms of. What are the resources that are going to be used? How's the technology going to be used end? You know is this a plan ignores this a hope or is this a sort of you know. Maybe we could do this if we are a certain amount of funding if we had a certain you know situation in terms of the technology development. It's you know so I'm always kind of wondering exactly exactly what people mean when they. When they make big pronouncements about big plans? How often do you find that it comes with the technical stuff that you just mentioned? And how often is it More of a hope. Well it's it depends on who's talking about it and it depends on how developed the plans are if there's so for example if Nasr's developing a plan to send a probe to a comment or something like that. There will often be a website with a lot of technical details about the mission. It's something that's been in development for thirty years And you can download fact sheets and all of that with private companies. It's a lot a lot of times a lot less Open and that's for various reasons around the privacy seve of the technology or just the different standards by which Different organizations were operating. Well I just wanted to because in preparing for this interview because we decided we wanted to talk to somebody about The specifics of this after the latest announcement but I I in preparation. I wanted to figure out how long this idea's kicking around particularly from Elon. Musk so this is just about five or six headlines going back to September Twenty Seventh Twenty Sixteen Elon. Musk has a lot to prove. Today's Mars. Ars Colonization announcement a year later alone must projects mar spaceship will be ready for short trips by the first half of two thousand nineteen next later that year Elon. Musk defense plans hands to build a community on Mars after a downbeat NASA report. September Twenty Nine Twenty Nineteen Elon Musk unveils spacex new starship plans for private trips to Mars. And Beyond and and of course last week Yulon Mosk is still thinking big with spacex his starship Mars colonizing Brockett envisioning fleets of one thousand star ships CBS departing for Mars. Every twenty six months because you think when you heard that one it sounds very ambitious This is a this is is a ship that's still in development. We've seen a prototype. There was a big press conference when You know the initial kind of prototype was unveiled but It's never flown. And there's there's still a lot of technological development that's going to happen before this spacecraft is is available and how's for getting a lot of people out into orbit up in an out tomorrow It's not clear exactly how this is GonNa work You know there are. There are a few details online Illinois Musk has been tweeting about it. A bit but whether or not there's going to be the infrastructure available there her You know what the time line is exactly. That's also a little vague and presumably purchase purposely vague. Because it's still kind of in the future And a lot of this is going to depend on how the development of the rocket goes whatever kind of living situation they set up. There is going to be so you know it sounds it. Sounds like a lot to promise but We don't we don't know yet how it's going to turn out. And I think as with a lot of space missions there will probably be delays. There will probably be changes to what exactly is being done. And that's something that anybody who pays attention to spatial space missions is very used to so. I don't think that it's beyond You know the Pale for there to be a promise of a really cool thing that gets pushed back a bit or the scope changes So I think in general when I hear an announcement of any kind of space mission I take the details with a grain of salt and I should add that I wasn't even though it might have sounded like it reading those condescending tone I am an optimist towards going to Mars. I would love you and then every time I talked to somebody who actually knows about it. they pour a lot of cold water over my. I mean I would love to go to you. Know I I have applied to the NASA astronaut. Twice I I made the first cut one of the Times. You know. I've I've this is something that I would love to do. I would love to go into space. I would love to go wander around on Mars. I think this would be An amazing dream but there are also some realistic limitations that we have to consider and there are things that we have to prepare for and the there have to be really good plans in place I would. I think personally much rather go to Mars with NASA than with SPACEX. Just because I know that NASA is definitely going to put you know to be very conservative about everything and I am as somebody who would be on the rocket. I appreciate that well. Let's leave Colonizing Mars for just a moment. When is it inevitable that we're inching closer to eventually sending you know a NASA astronaut to Mars? I think that's the definitely in the plans. You know that's part of what the those sort of long term goals of of human spaceflight for NASA are so there there is a hope to to get people out there. There's a plan to send people back to the moon and eventually on to Mars. That's that's part of the stated plan of of NASA at the moment. Why why do you think that astronaut on Mars aside people are so much more captivated by the idea of thousands of people and thousands of rockets going to live there? I think there are a few things I think one thing is that it's the idea of being on. Mars is something that has captured the imagination. For a long time. You know it looks like like a place you could go wander around you know. It looks like a desert With you know hills and rocks and and dunes and it just looks familiar in a way that a lot of the other planetary bodies out there and moons. Don't you know the the Moon looks very very alien. Mars looks Kinda like a desert desert. You know it looks like something we could imagine wandering around on and so I think part of that is what's really fascinating to to as as people we we like the idea of just going and seeing the place
Traditional and Social Media: Trump's Key to Success
"What is keeping you up at night? The most when you think about twenty twenty. What keeps me up at night is that trump has a massive structural media advantage? He has a massive state adjacent propaganda machine that pumps his message out to his voters with tremendous discipline support and Democrats have not yet figure how to counter that. This primary season is not lending itself to to our party getting out a clear alternative to Donald Trump. He's an uncanny message person every time I think he's really off on something. Then we go and test it and we find out how strong it is. I wish we had some place that was able to get out consistent message against him. Two of the most important things that Democrats can control role in this campaign are what to say and how to say it. In other words our message and the strategies we use to communicate that message is Dan Pfeiffer and Celinda Lake just mentioned the Party starts twenty twenty at a disadvantage in both of these areas along. Crowded primary. Hasn't allowed us to coalesce around a single message about what we stand for. Or how we govern and aside from your friends at crooked media a few other outlets like us there's just no progressive equivalent to Fox News and the massive propaganda machine that Donald Trump and the Republicans rely on to deliver their message overcoming. This challenge might be the most critical step on the path to victory. Sorry in November. Because as we've now learned from the organizers on the ground and the voters in our focus groups it's crucial to breakthrough all the noise and nastiness cynicism to actually reach people where they are and persuade them that it's possible for us to get to a better place. So how do we do that. We'll talk to people who have some smart ideas on media and message in our final episode of the Wilderness. It's very hard for Democrats. Even the current contract with the media to put the conversation on the things that matter to voters healthcare where the economy those sorts of issues. They don't get clicks. Try Social Media Traffic. There's no algorithm benefit to them so they might as well be trees falling in the forest at times. That's Dan pfeiffer. Lifer Co host to Pod Save America and author of un-trumpian America pointing out. How difficult it is for Democrats to break through with messages policies that the voters we've heard from actually actually care about Donald Trump on the other hand doesn't have this problem? He has a tremendous advantage because of social media so the Algorithms reward outrage and outrage as the coin of the Roman conservative politics but it's not just social media where trump has an advantage. He also has tremendous Mendes influence over. What the traditional media covers the traditional media is forced by the perverse economics of digital advertising icing to cover trump? He is the nation's assignment editor. which is something one of us wants called him? We start with the president's public meltdown on twitter pushing the trade war between the world's economic superpowers into a dangerous new fe day. Nine I think of the president continuing to go. After this group of women he calls them a UC seve plus three. That's the new nickname that he unveiled for them today. The way in which media outlets have to pay their bills in a world in which you are getting paid paid by the click forces you into covering and writing about content that gets clicks. Because you're getting your traffic from facebook and Google right right in facebook. It's rewarding trump content because trump content makes people so he has that advantage tear McGowan a democratic strategist and CEO. Joe Of digital advertising firm acronym expands on Dan's notion of trump. As the nation's assignment editor the mainstream media are only covering what what gets the most noise which is actually really seeded by the Republicans and trump specifically because trump will tweet something out and then the media picks up on it because they have to exceed the president. It started when he tweeted on Sunday. That Alabama would quote most likely be hit much harder than anticipated painted. The National Weather Service then tweeted. Alabama will not see any impacts from Roy in the trump era a lot of media criticism is about whether journalists I do enough to fact check. Trump's lies or even call them lies at all but what may be even more helpful to trump is that the media has allowed him to become as Dan says says the nation's assignment editor. They let him drive the conversation. They let him pick the issues. They let him set the terms of the debate. Even when he's not talking about about governing or policy-making which usually isn't these bad incentives or why as Dan points out the overall effect of media criticism about trump trump will always be limited. I mean there is definitely some benefit to working there but we are not like seven tweets. Maggie Haberman away from solving this problem like we also have to be clear we as progressives have the wrong view of the media. We had this vision of the media as this set set of referees and fact checkers who bring order to our messy politics and so in doing so we think they think it's their job. takedown trump that is not their job so if we continue to mythology is the media. We're never going to succeed. The communication strategy because it lends us to believe leave that the best way to communicate is talk to the media supposed to talk to people. What's even more unfortunate is that Republicans realized long ago that they needed to go around the traditional channel media and build their own channels of communication trump has a massive state adjacent propaganda machine that pumps his message out to his voters with tremendous disciplined? Frankly was not just Fox. It's the entire right-wing talk radio sphere. Beer it's Owen. It's Breitbart. It is like this. Plethora of online very sketchy digital outlets that are pumping trump propaganda into the ecosystem. Is Dan says right. Wing media goes well beyond Fox News and Breitbart to random corners of the Internet. You've probably never heard of Tair. McGowan knows these online worlds all too well and takes us down the rabbit hole. There's also publications that popped up like the big league. The Big League was started by twenty seven year old man who left Breitbart because he felt it had gone soft after trump was elected in the big league is notorious yes because they were the publication that released the north black face. Photo did participate in a dance contest. In which darken my face as part of a Michael Jackson Costume the yearbook photo was broken. Not by the New York Times but by big league politics a right wing media outlet run by a former BREITBART writer. This the new normal these strategically pushed it out and got the national media to cover it win. You know I was in a very politically vulnerable moment. Coming to the defense of a late abortion bill in the State House in Virginia this revenge politics media is being being used as a weapon to deploy this type of revenge politics after the election. So there are these all over the Internet and they're not just the ones that are so explicitly unapologetic about their political agenda. Like Breitbart and Fox. There's also sinclair a hundred and ninety three local television affiliates. Let's sinclair is a pro-trump Corporation. Why our cable news channels airing so much coverage of the trump Russia story so here are the options? It's bias against the president for higher ratings or it's a really important story and now these trusted local news. Brands friends are putting money behind facebook. Ads to their viewers endorsing and marketing trump Maga- hats the daily beast reports sports at least twenty-seven clear broadcasters posted items on their website starting on Thursday hyping a new keep America great had for sale and the trump campaign's website. The right right has built this infrastructure and now is pushing millions and millions of dollars a month behind the content and the messengers that have influence on their side. How on channels like facebook and Google? And we're not spending any money we're just relying on the mainstream media to do our job which they're not gonNa do do because they live in fear of being called the liberal fake news media that that if we're not spending at the same clip that trump and the Republicans are just to drive our offensive. Message were losing the information war. The good news is Tara. Has Some ideas about how the Democrats can catch up. I believe the only solution antidote to this challenge is to have our own communication like our own owned channels to communicate to people directly and that does not mean in. NFL areas ways does not mean spread liser misinformation. It's the opposite but we have to do. Is We actually have to compete tears. Right it's one of the reasons we started crooked crooked media and now terror is actually building another one of those channels herself after working as a digital producer for Obama in twenty twelve and is the director of digital strategy. See for priorities. USA In two thousand Sixteen Terrace started acronym her nonprofit digital firm that's creating progressive ads in content for twenty twenty acronym. mm-hmm isn't making these ads the same way it's always been done but the same old democratic ad firms. They're using an approach. That's both more creative. And more data driven we'll look at a very very large audience of people And take you know ten different messages. Around how trump has been really bad for the economy. So those messages could be you know the impact of offshoring jobs the tax cuts for the rich and squeezing the middle class further. The trade war. What have you and then for each of those messages will develop tons of content memes gifts videos etc then our creative director will go to the team and be like okay? What are all of the different visceral values driven identity driven ways? We can express this message. And they'll build out all this content and then what we do is we push it out to a broader audience. Audience of voters in say Michigan Pennsylvania Wisconsin. And then what we're doing is we are actually surveying groups of these voters who are getting all of this content Dan and learning on a biweekly basis. What of these messages? And what of the actual pieces of content were delivering is having the most impact impact at chipping away at trump's approval rating among those voters. In real time
NTSB: Kobe Bryant's Helicopter Missed Clearing Mountain by 20-30 Feet
"Breaking news the Ntsb just giving just a horrible update on the crash that killed NBA star. Kobe Bryant his daughter and seven others the NTSB as saying at this hour that the helicopter was only twenty to thirty feet from clearing the mountain. That is a mountain that it of course fatally crashed into but only twenty twenty to thirty feet away from actually clearing it and continuing safely That chilling horrible update coming as the world continues to mourn the loss of Bryant his former teammate. Shaquille O'Neal spoke of his love for Bryant today and also warned a conversation that they'll never get the half remote. It'll be able to Joe. Get his hall of fame ceremony. Going to be able to say how I got five. You got four. We're not going to be able to say if we stay together we could have got ten get back and we are learning more about the last few hours of Bryant's life including where he went before he got on that helicopter visit to his church to pray Brooke Baldwin. When is out front tonight new video showing the helicopter carrying NBA star? Kobe Bryant his daughter. Jonah and and seven others captured on camera mere minutes before crashing in the hills of Calabasas taking the lives of everyone on board investigators. GAITERS are scouring the crash site for clues working all hours to find answers just hours before the flight Bryant and his daughter spent that Sunday morning at Church coach he just came. Here is PERSA faith. Any prayed prayed along with the rest of us. Father Steve Salat spoke to Bryant that morning. Those little holy water on his forehead forehead so I knew that he got into the chapel to pray and came out bless himself and then we spoke for a minute shook hands and off. He went he and his daughter. gee-gee received seve communion there that morning leaving just before seven. Am to board the Helicopter Bryant. A Life Long Catholic regularly attended church often At Our Lady Queen of Angels in Newport beach with his family who's quite amount of faith quiet about it but certainly a man of faith that faith is what Bryant credited for for changing his life after being charged with sexual assault in two thousand three Bryant denied sexually assaulting nineteen year old woman but admitted the two had sex sex. He says it was consensual. The charges were eventually dropped in Bryant. Settled civil suit in two thousand five. He told G Q in Two thousand fifteen speaking to a priest is what helped him through those difficult times saying the priest told him to quote let it go move on. God is not going to give you anything thing you can't handle and it's in his hands now. This is something you can't control so let it go. And that was the turning point a point he made in an interview with ESPN when he was asked what he learned from that time. God is Great. Is it that simple. God is Great. Don't get no simpler net. Did you know that I mean I'm everybody knows that but the way you know now did you know what before that incident. You can know it all you want but until you got to pick up their crossed you can't carry. He picks it up for you and carries you and across. Then you know and all around me tonight tonight. Hundreds of fans. I've been here since Sunday. This memorial has tripled in size fans here scribbling on every square inch of this plaza including the concrete floor beneath them. Tonight would have been the first Lakers game since the crash instead fans are here for much different reason mourning the loss of a man who's Mamba mentality lives on Aaron Right Brooke thank you very
Time for justice for Roma, senior expert urges on Holocaust Remembrance Day
"An estimated half a million people from the Roma minority perished in Europe during the Holocaust but that persecution under Nazi rule is still widely ignored today according to an expert on the issue Dan Pavel doggy senior adviser on Roma and Sinti issues for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe or. SEC says the Roma people should finally receive seve the justice. They deserve Mr Doggy attended a United Nations Holocaust memorial events at U N headquarters in New York where he spoke about the importance importance of education to help fight racism and discrimination against vulnerable minorities you and uses an Komo's started by asking him about the fate of the Roma under the Nazi regime. It was a similar fate as of the Jewish people because besides the Jewish People Roma were also specifically targeted for extermination on racial grounds. There were considered subhumans onto mention impure a danger for the block. pull off the Air Ian Muster race. How does this reflect in the Rome incentive in their lives today in our society would go back a little bit before the Holocaust Rama arrived on the European continent approximately one thousand years ago and they were met with reluctance fear and then consumed they were prosecuted There's a history of slavery in many many countries. I'm from Romania. Rama were slaves For five hundred years there and only liberated like one hundred seventy years ago And liberated mance they were set free to go without possessing any anything UNEDUCATED TO IN POOR health unskilled skittled for professional labor and so on So there is a history of exclusion persecution and oppression and it also so culminated with the deportation of Roma and And they're killing During the Holocaust still a an issue with a proper recognition of the Roma Holocaust It's often called the forgotten Holocaust because it's not widely known and both states and to historians and scholars. They were not very open to document. The situation of Roma acknowledged the suffering of Roma and ended experience as being an integral parts of the Holocaust even nowadays. The Holocaust definition focuses primarily on juice and then an an ad group is mentioned secondly within the Roma community This hurts because we always believed that the what happened into Roma what happened to us is an integral part of the Holocaust. And I've mentioned that today that it's time for justice format to be done and maybe that's it's a Holocaust definition to be corrected and amended to properly reflect the Roma as being part of the Holocaust. What do you think is the reason why this was never properly knowledge lack of the communication? Of course there's a lack of information But I would. I would rather say this is more about the power play. Roma were always week On on the fringes of society uneducated without their own organizations self represent themselves politically and the and so on so It was easy for a group that is traditionally considered marginal to be just ignored but decades after decades more more of the Roma survivors. Sti Slowly opened up and spoke about their experience during the Second World War and then a number of Romo activists and advocates have advocated a for a proper recognition and it took quite some time at least for the Roma genocide recognized But but this recognition is not a uniform When we speak of Intergovernmental Organizations OAC UN Council of Europe and so on we worked with different terminology analogies and we were different commitments? For instance within the see in the action plan on improving the situation of Romance indie adopted in two thousand and three you by fifty seven participating states. There is a One chapter focusing on education and there is one provision within that says that participating states states should promote and develop teaching educational materials about the experience of Roma. Aw during the Holocaust so even there there is no proper nation. So it's like the Holocaust and then some of the things happen in parallel and that's also the case of in Council of Europe The Roma genocide is recognized Then the European Parliament events has adopted recently resolution that recognizes second of August as the European Roma Holocaust Remembrance Day so the terminology of Roma Holocaust is partially used by by some of the bodies But we strive for proper and recognition. And it's about time seventy five years after the ending of the Second World War. Do you feel that your presence here. Today is part of that steps that we should take a the. I would like to believe so and I made it very clear. perhaps it It goes beyond the formal boundaries But I'm also Romo myself and would like to believe that I can express myself or what I think is just an important for the Roma people. Can you talk on the kinds of discrimination. These groups face nowadays. Especially in the way that is affecting specially women and girls so there are different layers of exclusion and also discrimination even within the Roma community but the biggest and the most harmful it comes from outside and that's historical already. There are all sorts of discriminations in every walk of life. possible Whatever you you have a challenge or a bad situation situation If if YOU'RE TO MAKE SCALE RAMA tend to or overwhelmingly always at the very very bottom uh-huh and that's an indication of the level of racist and prejudice and that can can be demonstrated by the kind of attitudes of the society towards Roma that is not different whether we speak of countries from the Post Communist bloc which are still struggle with democracy and economy and so on versus countries in very well advanced democracies in the Western Europe. Romar Romar treated very often in a very similar manner and treatment is in no way good if one is curious and and do a little a bit of a check may be worth of a week of media research or empirical research if you want so the traditional traditional media as well as the social media it will be very easy to find News and information about Roma are targeted with the hatred and hate speech From top politicians from presidents of the country to Prime Minister to foreign foreign ministers they go out and say all stupid and racist things about Roma and very often with impunity. And and the kind of impunity that exists already in Europe it only emboldens the far right and extremist groups who see a top politician attention being outright racist without consequences. Why should why should they be? Shy so they're encouraged to go out and express their intolerance and extremists attitude towards Rama. And that takes very often. The form of racially motivated violence Samsung incidents. Every year we document situations of tax pogroms collective punishments Popular Justice done by people. A who who think it's absolutely okay to take justice and law in their hands and and harm can Education change and all of these behaviors and the conventional education is not an indicator for that because Schools throughout Europe not reformed and educational process and curriculum are not reformed enough to to educate the younger generations beyond a the substance of the courses but educate them about the society and about the respect for diversity. So maybe some countries are more advanced and you you may see a different different treatments With regard to other groups and minorities the religious minorities but the problem is that when it's about trauma. The treatment is unfortunately very similar throughout Europe. And it's one of rejection. We are here for one thousand in Europe and people still call outs. Forum ought to go back to India so they were never considered organically as being part of the countries where they were born and living for centuries and that's a huge problem or anything else that you think it should be covered in this interview. Setting the proper tone is essential and I made a call. Oh and I urged states and and politicians to be responsible. And they're doing because the way they set the roads that's how the policies will be implemented or or the kind of Pol policies that many have fought for decades and now they are in place and there are in principle sound policies. Never stand a chance for proper implementation because that requires political. Will that requires putting money where your mouth is in with regard to Roma in the past fifteen years or so maybe. Thirty countries have developed. Attend adopted Roma inclusion strategies and many Were already renewed twice or even three times but if you would like to to draw the line and see okay. These are in principle good strategies if most of the measures and provisions contained by strategies these would be implemented by now who we will speak a much better situation. The real problem is that it's all talk and it's very little that it's done.
Enter the Wu-Tang Clan
"Today. We're going to enter the WU. Tang clan I love that so much I was. You May as well have reached across the table and slap me. When you told me I was like? Oh I'm going to do this next and you're like I'm going to do the Wu Tang clan and I was like what and you really did your due diligence. You might have done a lot of research focused all right first of all. I watch the show. Time for part documentary series. Tang clan of Mike's in men came out in May two thousand nineteen It was filmed to commemorate the twenty fifth anniversary of the group. And actually there's also a dramatize who series called Wu Tang in American saga which came out. on Hulu in September twenty nineteen It portrays a fictionalized account of the the formation of the Tang clan over ten episodes but I decided I was going to the source. Yeah I was GonNa Watch the documentary. Good good for you documentary. I read some chapters in some books. Wow I read some websites. I listened to a lot of music primary sources I am I am here for Al.. I am your as of this moment. Just for just for one tiny moment in the blip of the timeline of the universe. Im Your expert on the Tang clan. That's very exciting to me as a CO host most of this podcast that I am sitting in the presence of the current expert of the Wu. Tang clan this is. I can't wait to learn it. You're so right off the bat the term. MC It can mean master of ceremonies which is usually the only person at a gathering that was allowed to use a microphone. It could also stand for microphone controller or Mike Cheka It is also the general inverse skilled rapper and to be a true. Mc means being able to perform under any circumstance to the ultimate performer and an emcee masters. The moment and makes every move appeared deliberate and I realize as I read the definition that you can tell I am the whitest. We are rivaled only by your good friend here Lauren. Also one of the whitest white girl I am very. Are you aware and I apologize in advance. If I mess anything up please let me know and happy to take feedback on this especially because this is a topic that I I that I start from. Scratch basically exactly all right so if you are an expert too and you already own the complete route Tang discography and you have a relevant tattoo. A to somewhere on your person and you just wanted to make sure that I got the names of the members right here. They are so right off the bat. You've Rizza JR izza older. You bastard goes face. Killa La Method Man Ray Kwan Inspector Deck Masekela and you God and then later on you had capitana so now you can go ahead and forward to the sparkly quiz music if you want but if you wanna hear the whole story buckling so picture it. Staten Island late. One thousand nine hundred eighty S. Oh ooh I know your favorite of the boroughs so the Park Hill housing complex which is located in the Clifton neighborhood on Staten Island had become the site of steadily increasing crime crime and drug abuse beginning in the early nineteen seventies by the late nineteen eighties to gain the nickname of crack hill due to the many arrests for possession in or sale of crack cocaine that were taking place place in and around the development. The bulk of the Park Hill neighborhood had been built in the nineteen sixties During New York City's plan for urban renewal projects in the majority of US residents were African. American can the complex consisted of fifteen acres of six story. Brick apartment buildings hearing from former residence doesn't exactly paint the most glowing portrait but kids of all ages in this complex played outside listening to music. DJ -Ing break-dancing Designing Graffiti and doing all kinds of other activities. That would later come to define hip hop so in their early early twenties. Cousins Robert Diggs Gary Greis and Russell. Tyrone Jones formed a group named force of the imperial master later known as the all in together. Now how crew. So Gary and Russell lived in Brooklyn but will come to Staten Island to visit their cousin Robert. Each of the three members recorded under an alias. Gary grace was the genius genius. Robert Diggs was Prince Raquin or the scientists in Russell. Jones was the specialist the group never signed to a major label but they caught the attention of the New York City rap scene through their homemade tapes by nine hundred ninety. One genius and prints were. Kim resigned to separate record labels but the label seemed to have strong armed them into doing some songs that they didn't didn't really feel so for example prince teams for a single was called. ooh I love you rookie. Ladies Man in the showtime documentary shows parts of this music video from nineteen ninety one and it is very nice it is so ninety S. It's so he you know. He's all dressed in early nineties. Ladies have that bright makeup on the big hair and like the shoulder pads and it's like Ooh we love rocky and it's like China he's like yeah all the ladies love me and this is when you listen to his later stuff like that was that was not really his vibe boy. So that didn't go so well for Prince or team didn't go for further genius genius so the cousins refocused their efforts and they give themselves some new nicknames. So the genius became Jessica cheesy pronounce. Gizeh and prints are keen became name Rizza. Oh showers the Russell Jones became older dirty bastard or ODBC R- is said that he knew the best rappers on Staten Island and he wanted to put a home-cooked meal of hip hop of real people. Together there early nineties rise of West Coast. Music shifted mainstream hip hop visibility. Away from New York City and Rizza decided to change all in the early nineties so recipe and collaborating with Dennis Coles who was later known as ghost face killer. They decided to create a hip hop group whose ethics would be a blend of of eastern philosophy picked up from Kung Fu movies. Five percent nation teachings from the streets and comic books so five percent nation is an American revisionist movement which split from the Nation of Islam in nineteen sixty three so this movement rejected being called a religion preferring instead to be known as a culture and a way of life in its teachings are referred to as supreme mathematics which you'll hear over and over you know when they give interviews and talk about you know Wu Tang. They're always talking about the supreme mathematics. Okay cool so Liu. Tang clan assembled in late nineteen ninety-two with Rizza as the defacto leader and the group's producer Rizza an old dirty bastard adopted the name for the group after the film Shaolin and Wu Tang so in contemporary China Chinese martial arts sales are generally classified into two major groups. You have Wudong which is named named after the Wudang Mountains in Shaolin named after the Shaolin Monastery Risen said that Wu Tang was the best sword style of martial arts and the tongue is like a sword soared and so I say that we have the best lyrics so therefore we are Tang clan. Love it the group also developed backrooms for their name including witty unpredictable. Edible talent and natural game okay and wisdom of the universe and the truth of Allah for the nation of the gods. I feel like I've heard that. Yeah Yeah so this is a background. It wasn't like the actual thing but it's fun when they can do that to make it so the group pulled together three hundred dollars to record their first track at firehouse studios the song protect. Your neck was released independently on Tang records in Nineteen ninety-two. The song made them the most talked about new act in New York City's underground and announced a new brand of hardcore hip pop in in the documentary talked to some of their former management. who were like? Okay here's what we did like we would send someone at a record store like ask for the new. ooh Tang Song and they'd be like we don't have that and then they would have somebody else come back in and be like two of us have the new routines and they'd be like no and then somebody would come in like playing the Wutang boombox and people would gather around be like yeah. This is great and they'd be like yeah. Wish you buy some of this so it was like guerrilla me. Yeah it worked. uh-huh course they would also like early on. They would kind of show up at Radio Studios like a colleague Ecology station or something like that with album. You should play this. Maybe we should do that with our podcast. Why haven't we done that? Well maybe not with radio station. 'cause that's the University of Rochester banging on the glass door. Be Like you should thumb drives us. Yeah exactly thumb drive you should play. Yeah podcast I'm your radio station. What I'm sure you're three? AM timeslot is open. Yeah of course. It is so risen the management including his brother divine bovine wanted to make sure that the group's members wouldn't be saddled with exclusive contracts with a particular record label. He wanted them to be able to launch future solo projects so there was a little bit of difficulty difficulty in finding a record label that would sign the Tang clan while still allowing each member to record solo albums with other labels. Okay seve Rifkin. Allowed records agreed need to all of us in Nineteen ninety-three so loud would get the first option to sign a solo artist. But then they would be allowed to talk to other studios so if you were like I'm GonNa go out on my own loud could say okay. I would give you this much money and then you were free to shop around and then still pick is the best thing. That's a nice deal. Yeah it was in. This was pretty pretty rare for those times especially when labels like owned Like decades so signing with records everybody agreed that led to the November remember nineteen ninety-three release of their debut album and Tang parentheses thirty six chambers.
"seve" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
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LAFC get over El Trafico hump! Zlatan's last game? Plus, ATL roll on, NYCFC biff it & Sounders end Rimando's career
"News it's fair that's the right you have their hand up in fingers out and they'll say five they say five we have I I mean I it's tilting towards that player improves Bob trusts him that player goes out there that player play interested in Blackman say the name of Bachman in this game but he's a second year player he was drafted as a fullback he started as a centre back in the playoffs against lot Abrahama Vich and he was good we see for Dennis to close a became a part of Giancarlo gonzalves not one of them but you're already had seven centrebacks on the roster what we're going to do about him so I would be shocked to see five or six of these names even on the team next year then we saw in the starting lineup that frontline next year as Pavonis Alessandrini Cheeto in the middle of the scar one hundred fifty goals tonight's game on whether it was his last in the last quote it's not about money I have another two months that's on his contract we will see what happens Mike because it also sounds like it might be about that's the type of thing you say when you say if you want people to watch you pay me more money I don't think it is and from like he he didn't do the pre game interview with ESPN and he seemed a little not rattled but annoyed and tailored tweeted out and said one of the Galaxy Representative said he's been like this all week I think some people took that as he's locked in but I took it as he's just kind of a bit annoyed with hall thing and the way maybe the season's gone and you could say there's a million arguments you can make a million different directions one is he's done everything he can the team hasn't put a team around him why should he spend more time trying to make this better you could also say that he came inside concord he didn't win a championship but he's been one of the three best scores in the league over the last two years after he blew out his knee and came back in a new place and did all that so nothing would surprise me but if you're let me to put a guess on somewhere I'd say he's not playing soccer next I got well it I think you're wrong about that but anyway I gotta ask you this what grade do you give Garam Barrow Scarlata for this year now there are extenuating circumstances those circumstances there's lots on anytime you are managing a team was slapped on that is a very very real I'm going to say it's a limiter on what you can do do both with Latin in with the players around now I would not give him any higher than a B minus I think why I think his job was to to construct something behind slot on that wasn't just a complete seve and it was just you had to find a way Eh get some semblance of organisation you had enough especially when pavone came in special players to do a three man game and attacking sense it can work was Unin pavone and fill in the blank even if it's early on tuna in major league soccer you just have to find a way to get your bit-part players of the guys that you picked up have you don't fit for Denison closer maybe we'll never be back but who cares it might be last year the galaxy you gotTa Win some symbols of Organization and structure and competence see defensively to get a better than a B minus grade in this sense he's inexperienced coach he's done before he's been in shaping which I know he's had more talented at Boca Juniors he's played in this league the crew when he played for them if I remember correctly you were not some expansive team he was a difference maker he made the Batak around him better it was down four four one one he played completely free role they had Allie Marino as as a centre forward just dragging defenders around it just to open it you had an opportunity to Kinda almost two structures one is Latin and whoever the hell is up there and the rest is the rest of the team guys just dig in Yeah figure it out getting your blocks don't teams have easy goals and this team I'm GonNa make a guess other than FC Cincinnati probably gave up the most like Oh my God what goals are you kidding me right now that's what how did that happen I agree with you I think it'd be minus is probably a good grade yeah probably for what's going on and I I love Guillermo so for Sir I felt bad going in part of this lots conversations I'm fascinated to see what he does Latin doesn't return like water the allegations he looks like under his vision the way he builds after that a little bit of time but I don't know that he was that creative with formations to say like I gotta figure something out we'll make the post is in but here's my four weeks test this and here's my two weeks attest this and I think in places you mentioned for Bob Rally a young guy will learn and get better where did we see that right who Leonora who played well and then all of a sudden Ralph John Fletcher's the difference maker now John Carlos Gonzales is you're right back the he had three incredible central midfielders they could never really control games like why was that night the tiger let's just see if we can get our foot on the ball on that will be our defending is well control games so grew with we I think a lot of it unfortunate wasn't good enough from him but it'll be interesting to see in year two if he doesn't have slots on how he chooses to play how his team you can kind of understand why it was in some ways because it was like the island of misfit toys and a lot of all these different teams that failed and then they come in you have Gonzaga on your Guy Z.? You lose all of a sudden you have expectations that are always over the maybe the capability of the team especially this era where they've been to close at one year I think you've got to start judging my next especially there's lots on you but you better have had a plan and I expect they do we'll see what that plan is before we move onto union Atlanta to know what you think about Bradley's Will Fang his little spots are who I really respect as a journalist I loves me I think he does a great job I think he's the future broadcasting US bilingual aspect of it with Mexico and the US and legal maximum loss be mashed up into one place he was very dominated his questioning about Carlos Vela and whether Carlos Villa had finally stepped up in a big game and Bob was incredulous and perhaps rightly so in the moment What do you think what do you think it was one person's job to ask obvious questions that everyone in the world is thinking it's another person's set up there to answer those questions I don't think anything that are asked was ridiculous I mean he asked the question he has and he asked the question everyone else and he asked actually and he's set bob up to say there's no chance anyone could say what you just said anymore he was phenomenal tonight he's been phenomenal season he's EP of major league soccer he's the best player this league's ever seen and he's going to go in and MLS Cup yeah it was that simple but it was fun the way it happened Bob a stupid Bob knows a good. TV's Bob knows everybody in that locker room is going to see that see him sticking up four to see him sticking up for for his best player the heartbeat of the team many messy the MLS messy like I I'm not saying like I I'm certain Bob's emotion in that moment because you could see he loves Carla I'M CERTAIN THAT EMOTION and was real but I'm all I think it was somewhat calculated for the to to make that a moment say like see they're always going to be asking this about what s let's go kick set go Seattle's as was win MLS Cup show every let's shut everyone up forever that's what that was I like it if that's what it was I like it I enjoyed it he's like look there's an ESPN ESPN notification that goes out after that you don't see that for they get that for the win I don't think like let let's just if that's what it takes man like you have all the historical rancid it's out there but you know how I feel about this league sometimes flavor man give me some flavor and Bob Bradley absolutely did Elliot C are moving on their the low number one seed remaining they just got to win one game and if they do that most couple in Los Angeles at Bank of California Stadium talk about it on Monday because we're that's the nice thing is Monday comes and we can really dive into Seattle L.. AFC and I just throw something out there sure I would be shocked if Seattle won that game I think that it's going to be more comfortable than the game we just watched this is the third tune in on Monday that producer honors a noted satellite is that the right the right phrasing for that unders Seattle Seattle ish person who's he's not happy with us that's fine we don't here to please you unders let's talk Atlanta Philly Alanna do what they do they win at home in the Playoffs Limitation Games it's eight in a row so far this year us Gut Communist Cup into the Audi twenty playoffs couple of shutouts Philadelphia great season great season Talla gap town gap better players bigger moments we also had this thing where it's like Philly I have eleven great players they're a great group which means they don't rely on one person but unfortunately that also meant if anyone got hurt they were behind the eight ball and you're not going to go in a scenario where you have all eleven guys healthy for every player Front Josie Outdoor Omar Gonzalez are out right Walker Zimmerman and Mark Anthony Care out so every you're always gonNA have injuries miles Robinson and Michael Parkers now not to mention Lee win in that previous like Mark Anthony Cares out loud wind came in and hit a decent philly doesn't have that former MVP game and Broncos on makes a phenomenal save but you as you watch this game it was hard to see where the goal was gonna come from four Philly and I don't think it's knock on them to go on short rest to go on
Surface Duo first look: Microsoft's foldable Android phone
"Big surprise surface duo a phone. It's a phone and you can you can fold it all the way around screens and the outside and just use the phone running android two displays right now. There's a snapdragon eight fifty five in there. We all suspect the by the time this thing launches called a twenty twenty. They'll they'll go to the next generation rationing of stamps Reagan's but right now it's fifty five. We've seen companies screw that up or they like they announce it way ahead of time with a relatively processor like oh the they'll fix that by the time at launches is and they don't so. I'm not one hundred percent confident that this won't be running a stab eight eight fifty in holiday two thousand twenty more than a year from now. It's it's back and forth because penicillin us on the show yesterday the hardwares lock. This is the third generation it's locked. We're announcing it early. Developers have it in a couple of months because we want them to build absence still Sri and stuff off and then sort of like whispers around the edges the event were when it wants like we'll see that's a real question yeah but we Panos said on the show on the record Australia astray hardware slot. This is what's as like the form factor of the design and everything yeah. I said well the hardware said notices it will the chip inside change. I think openair it's beautiful. I say I held one yesterday. I actually held Panos if you listen to the show you like hands it to me and you can hear me almost like runaway links except how scroll through Android on it opened the notifications shade like I used the thing it is. I love it. I love it and I know no. It's not it's got a big team. In the middle. passes like we're leaning into the seem. The interface does cool things with the seem like window snap to it. It's like that's that part of. It's neat right. He's like the same help structure windows on the interface structure displays. If you have a window that spans across it the wind even the content inside of the window. Oh he showed me a calendar up so even like calendar events and you like drag to create a calendar event snapped the wind. It's neat. I'll try to think as someone who has done some some bad. CSS In my time what sort of CSS would accommodate that well. I guess there's not there are they're invisible pixels under the seve or the displays no it's it's just two different displays and a hinge android ten specifically is designed for multi screen devices races when they announced it had a whatever they announced it back in March and it's Q. and then I got an early look at it every time I went to talk to Google about android ten. They're like an IT works better with multi screen devices and I was like cool. You know the galaxy fold is a dumpster fire right and they're like yeah but it works. Multi screen devices work really hard and I'm like why hey there's. LG Yeah we'll we'll get to that but Google has worked not just Samsung but with Microsoft to build support for multi-screen into the logic of android itself and you can actually see a hint of that right now on the fold where you can have a thing on the outside screen open it up and the whole APP appears on the inside screen just re sized The you can also see hints of this and all the work they did to make android apps work better on chrome or you can recite them and they can have arbitrary arbitrary window sizes without having to reload All of that stuff works like folds right into full. It's right into the surface duo because you can apps are now aware that different screens exists and they should do different things depending on what screen they're on and what screen they're being sent to and so it makes perfect sense that it. Mike just figure out how to have a calendar you hit a thing on one screen and then something within the same APP happens on the other screen or another APP knows to open on the screen because they basically basically told Google and Google said cool. Let's let's try and minimize fragmentation here. Use these tools to do it and so it's a mix of custom. Microsoft stuff but also stuff that's built into android enjoyed other people might be able to take advantage of now that acts on the GTE thing you're talking about. was a dual screen phone. It folded the other way. and you know it was like it didn't it wasn't aware of the the the gap it wasn't aware of the hinge and so everything new split across it like kind of bad ways. I think the hope is that the dual avoid a lot of those problems so this is. Maybe a little weedy but okay. I've got my email on one side and my calendar on the other side right classic to APP scenario. Now I want to send an email on the left side and I clicked new email. Let's let's say opens on the left side right but a counter still open on the right side but now I turn it and I've got this big wide keyboard which looks pretty like a nice situation. Then right is all going to work automatically. Is it GonNa know which apple I want to be on the top of which one I want to become a keyboard. DVD does it remember that kind of stuff unclear unclear there are million things they could get wrong here and apple by the way got a bunch of these things wrong and IPAD so at least. I'll be interested to see if Microsoft doesn't Yeah I've been given how much to talk about about flow and putting people in their productivity flow flow just conceptually. I hope their thing in this stuff through. I mean one of the justifications does he gave us for dual screen is important was like we hooked people up to brain activity sensors and measured. How much more brain activity is when. There's two screens which which is cool. I don't want to take away from the fact that's cool. It is very Microsoft right like why does Microsoft. No this is good because they generated a bunch of data that it says it is and then at the very end of it. It's like this is crazy. Sifi right like how many screens should you have as many as the brain scans. Tell us you should have and I wonder if like more more is better like you're GonNa get a four screen device four times activity and that brain thing is I mean like I have different modes of productivity. I have like my sitting with one big window. Open concentrating on one thing and then I have my my duel window setup and like you know like a dealer. You're saying I think this last week about the IP operate system. They're sort of a mix of spatial and time. Kinda hurts you so like if if having multiple screens or multiple pains or multiple sections is inconsistent inconsistent that is more work for your brain yeah and I love the thing about we're using the two displays and we're going to structure that that implies. There's like there's spatial metaphors. He's here not chronology metaphors but having held the thing for you know the brief moments. We got to hold it and swipe through it one. It's real it works. It doesn't it's it's hot fake. It's not just like a little piece of paper. Yup which is like companies do that to us. The version of android on it appears three lightly designed so that the icons under square the navigation shape looks with different. They're they say they're working with Google closely. They would not answer our questions about Ah Google letting you do stop and Panos was like letting conversations partnering conversation which is definitely some corporate executive talk. There's a lot to unpack there. I looked at he showed me on the screen. Google searches the default on this side but a bunch of Microsoft stuff is on the home screen of the interface on this side being searches there but Google APPs get to be the default in some cases. You know what the default browser is edge
STEMinists: Katherine Johnson
"US finally reach for the stars. Let's talk about Katherine Johnson. Catherine was born in nineteen eighteen in the small town of White Sulphur Springs West Virginia. It was apparent from a very early age aged. Catherine was special. She was brilliant when it came to the humanities and she had a true gift for numbers by each ten. Catherine had started high school school in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven when she was just nineteen. Catherine graduated with highest honors from the historically Black West Virginia State College after graduating Catherine took a teaching job in Virginia which is two years later. She was handpicked for spot as one of the first three black students at the state's beats flagship school. West Virginia University Catherine enrolled in graduate school there for math but left after a year to get married and start a family family eventually should return to teaching then in nineteen fifty to one of Catherine's relatives told her about an exciting new opportunity the all black West area computing section at the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics was hiring for the Langley Laboratory. The West West Area Computing Unit was a group of African American women who worked on complex manual math computations for the programs engineers it was tough and vital oh work the west computers as the women were known analyzed test data and performed math computations early space program they were key success when Catherine started working at an aca she was quickly noticed for her sharp mind and the quality of her work. Catherine Katherine still had to use separate bathrooms dining facilities from her colleagues because NACE was segregated until nineteen fifty eight when it was incorporated into the new NASA where segregation was banned there. She worked for the Space Task Group which was charged with figuring out space travel in nineteen sixty. St Catharine Co authored a paper with one of the groups engineers about calculations forgetting a spacecraft into orbit. It was the first time a woman in her group received seved authorship credit on a research report and it was just the first twenty six published papers. Catherine authored in nineteen sixty one Catherine Atherton began working on NASA's hyper ambitious Mercury program NASA was looking to catch up with the Russians and put the first man. US Crafts Into Space Katherine did the trajectory analysis for Alan Shepard's May nineteen sixty one mission freedom seven America's first human spaceflight guy the CBS TV news project Mercury Headquarters on alcohol. If somebody and I'm Alan Shepherd astronaut the minutes to walk the next year in one thousand nine hundred eighty two Catherine was called upon to do the work that she would become the best known for as NASA prepared for John Glenn's orbital mission of the Earth it had to construct a worldwide communications network linking various tracking stations located around the world to supercomputers located in DC Cape Canaveral and Bermuda though the computers I have been programmed with the necessary equations for the entire mission. The astronauts were concerned about the new technology which was prone to error and didn't trust the computers is to do the calculations. Glenn famously asked the engineers to change the preflight checklist to get the girl get the girl to check the numbers but when he got ready to go call her to run the exact same equations that had been programmed into the computers by hand Glenn. Supposedly said she says good. I'm ready to go and she says Computers Right. I'll take if she says they're good then. I'm ready to go three to one zero ignition liftoff history. Perhaps being ridden at this moment here at Cape Canaveral face like take parental John around the world in ninety minutes. Catherine continued her career at NASA ASA until she retired in nineteen eighty six after thirty three years at Langley about her time at NASA Katherine said. I loved going to work every single day. In Twenty fifteen at the age of ninety seven Catherine added yet another achievement to her long list of accomplishments President Barack Obama awarded her the Presidential Medal of Freedom America's highest civilian her thirty three years at NASA Catherine was a pioneer broke the barriers of race and gender showing generations of young people that everyone can excel in math and science and reach for the Stars in in twenty sixteen NASA named a research facility in her honor and later that year a book was released about her life and the lives of her colleagues it was turned into into an Oscar nominated movie called hidden figures. Catherine's incredible life continues to move motivate future stem. Ns today you'll lose. Who's your then you stop learning tune in tomorrow for the story of another stellar
"seve" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"seve" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Seve when he comes to India's weightings can help it. And. Rating, right? Good question, the single largest element that weighs on India's triple-b-minus rating is the fiscal deficit, and the high debt burden and almost seventy percent of GDP. India's general public debt burden is almost double the double the triple b media. And we upgraded, for example, Indonesia, and the Philippines, not that long ago to triple b but India remains at triple triple-b-minus minus weighed down by that high debt burden. And this is despite India having the highest potential, growth of the large emerging markets that we do estimates for at seven percent of GDP, so India can achieve fiscal consolidation and a few more breakthroughs on structural reforms. That's the kind of thing that could be positive for the rating. Stephen, I want to ask you, you know, specifically on the on the shoe of fiscal consolidation, if the government goes ahead and, you know, spends a lot of money and infrastructure on the cash handouts. And so on what does that do the budget deficits in are you concerned on that front? Well, look the Indian government has committed to its own targets in the act of a deficit at the central government of three percent that it aims to achieve by twenty twenty one and bringing debt down to sixty percent of GDP. We think those are good targets but they're not very realistic under the current scenario. The government in the last few years has lapsed on its own budget targets each year, and it's going to need to do more to raise revenues and contain spending if it wants to achieve fiscal debt target of sixty percent of GDP by fiscal year, twenty twenty-five, which is in its medium-term plants, so the but yes, the, the farmer income support does put up with pressure on spending and the deficit. Do stay with is going to be talking more about what this election means from various gamut.
"seve" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"One of the greatest shooters of all time, but Wade's better than Seve Nash. I would say I would I would co maybe we'll Braun Kobe. Durant? And wait is how most people would sort of see it. I think that's reasonable. I I laughed out loud at the Paul Pierce nonsense. Let me hear what it sound like. When I left. You gotta be kidding me Pierce. You look at you laugh like that. And not coughing. I'm officially where my call. Oh. I want to declare wanna make an announcement door closes and one open officially over my call. Congratulations. Thank you for nine months out. Now Roy's overcome with emotion is. Well when the Panthers hired a great coach. I'm sure he wept openly at. There's a little fist pump though. All right. There you go. Did you write a column that that's this is the biggest higher in panther history? I I wrote that it's the most accomplished coach that a local pro teams hired since Pat Riley in nineteen ninety five and that's on a critical had you heard of him before yesterday. I'd heard of them in fact when when Chicago fired him early this season. I did look up the stance because I knew Chicago at one three Stanley Cups this decade. And I'm like did they just fire a guy who's won three Stanley Cups this decade? And sure enough they did. And and the minute they Chicago fired him the Panthers sitting coach Bob Brunner was on the clock fighting for his job because this is such a perfect pairing this guy in Dale Tallon in Florida so weird way to end the first segment Dwayne Wade's last home game. Yeah. Dwayne approves of this hiring to with a pin here. Bring bring packing..
How to Use the Word "Perceive" in a Sentence
"In this initial godly lesson you will learn how to use the wood perceived via show that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary, and speak English, fluently and confidently I save is spelt as b e. C E. I we e. Have you ever been to an art exhibition and seen abstract paintings different models are structures, which is sometimes don't understand how ever when you read the narration or interact with the creator, you get to know, the artists point of view, for example. If you see a circle in a painting with Vevey Akobe lines around it and oddest might imagine that it is the son radiating or giving its positive ity and life. Did you notice that the same shape is understood oppose heaved differently by different people? Any Boston who is not interested or inclined towards art may perceive paintings and different colors all structures as basic shapes. However, an artist may perceive these. As emotions or landscapes or people performing some tasks. Listen carefully. How we can use the word perceive in eight different situations in eight different sentences example, number one of eight while traveling on a family road trip. The kids were constantly taking names of various animals and boards, like snow bear, camel peacock. And so on. Mrs join us the model was astounded also prize because they were on a highway, and they were no forest or snow around. So what exactly what the watching can you guess the kids were watching the clouds and perceiving the shape of animal or bird that they could visualize in the sky. So what may seem like a love to us children may perceive it as an animal or a bird, isn't that? Interesting. Moving onto the next example. Example, number two of eight comfort shoes was a dying business everyone in the industry, but saved it as a loss making business with no future at all. However, Mr. did too. Owner of a competing foam, but seved it differently he perceived it as a firm that lack leadership and direction he took over the company change, the designers windows and marketing strategy, it took just one year for them to recover all the losses. And now they are a profit making company example, number three of eight the class was informed that the train of will be delayed by fifteen minutes. Oh into traffic issues just before the class started. This situation seemed as a waste of time to some of the students, however, Betty perceived it as an opportunity and she took the initiative to devise the previous day's lessons with the class where the trainer arrived the class was ready for the session. Example, number four eight Samantha was not invited for Caitlyn's birthday, and she perceived that she was being ignored and got upset when Caitlyn realize this she immediately clarified it with her this eliminated the misunderstanding between them.
Thai election 'not free and fair' says monitor group
"Go first to Thailand where election monitors claim the country's general election was quote heavily tilted to benefit a party close to the ruling military junta. Let's get more on this with Tony Chang. A journalist in Bangkok. Tony welcome to the program. We've seen reports questioning the election process since Sunday. But what's the very latest on this? Well, we as you mentioned we had today from end frill who with the only election observers allowed in to to monitor this election. They were allowed in very late that they issued their report saying that the tabulation and consolidation of the balance was deeply flawed. They said that some of the preliminary results were wildly inaccurate. And they said that these inaccuracies have damaged the seved integrity of the general election. But frankly, those a pretty widely felt sentiments here in Thailand is being a lot of confusion of speculation after the vote, which should have been very simple Tynan has a very strong record on a well established routine for general elections of politics have been pretty monkey business for the last couple of decades, but the elections themselves follow very well. Established puff that done very efficiently. They're also done very transparent. They think it was a failing here that. Although. The the build up to the election. The constitution on the which it was conducted was pretty. Tilted Plainfield as were the the election self would be okay. But, but even that doesn't appear to be the case the election commission, which we will waiting to to give us preliminary results. Yes, they have done. So, but they haven't elaborated on the very strange figures we saw coming out on Sunday night, in some cases, showing fifty percent more votes recorded in some provinces than there than they were actually boats as registered so it is it is a there's a very big question. Mark hanging over the selection. Texans. Chinua the formative prime minister who's outsted by military coup. In two thousand six still remains very influential in the political sphere Rosen an op-ed piece in the New York Times, basically accusing the hunter of rigging the elections. And while I think he's still a very polarized figure in Thailand at this stage. Many people probably privately would agree with that. You mentioned the the. Military Q of some five years ago. This is the first vote since then, but was there always concerned about the process or have people been optimistic? I'm thinking of Mr. Shinwatra was was he hopeful that there could be a legitimate vote. I think he's always been very aware that there was this. This was going to be an election, which took place on the very difficult conditions. You said that hasn't been vote since since two thousand fourteen there actually was that. It was a vote in two thousand seventeen on a constitution, which the military really wanted to shove through that deal with the time public was basically if you don't pass this this constitution, we weren't granted general election. The constitution makes this election process. Very complicated. It it directly targets policies those parties affiliated with Mr. Texan, namely per tires, various incarnations, the thank tiddly one election since two thousand a month. So it breaks them up at favors the smaller. Parties of which the hunter had created several to sort of promote echoes the knowledge of which prolonged pressure has done surprisingly well in this election.
"seve" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"Seve cave and American service people are among the dead after a powerful explosion in northern Syria. An apparent suicide attack. Exact numbers aren't clear CBS's David Martin at the Pentagon, ISIS has claimed responsibility for the blast. We don't have official confirmation from US sources that that's an accurate claim. But I says is certainly the leading suspect after word of the explosion came out. Vice president Pence told embassador in Washington, we are bringing our troops home. The caliphate has crumbled, and ISIS has been defeated, South Carolina. Republican Lindsey Graham has renewed his warning against a fast departure from Syria. I would hope the president would look long and hard where he's headed in Syria will the partial government shutdown get in the way of long standing political tradition. Live to CBS's. Steven Portnoy the question of the hour. Steve is is the state of the union off in a letter to the president today. House speaker Nancy Pelosi. Cited security concerns, noting key staffers who would take part in preparations for the January twenty nine speech are furloughed about an hour ago. Her top Lieutenant majority leader, Steny Hoyer, went further saying, quote, the state of the union is off but aides are now telling us that Hoyer didn't read Pelosi's letter and mischaracterized it Pelosi did say that Mr. Trump could either submit his report to congress in writing as presidents did through the early nineteen hundreds or he could deliver it alone in the Oval Office. Steve it's not over for Sears. At least not yet. CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger says. It's looking like the struggling retailer will emerge from bankruptcy court department store chain got a hail Mary pass by its CEO Eddie Lampert with five point two billion dollars. This allows the one hundred twenty six year old retailer to keep its doors, open and more importantly, it saves forty five thousand jobs across four hundred twenty five stores in the US. Creditors are. Expected to argue otherwise before a judge issues of final determination Washington Post reports top executives of T mobile have stated President Trump's DC hotel on multiple occasions since the company announced a merger with sprint last April that deal needs administration approval. The CEO says he's not seeking special treatment more stormy weather bearing down on California threat of mudslides in many areas. CBS news meteorologist, David Parkinson. You've got the potential for flash flooding and mudslides in the LA area. You've also got that in San Francisco all the way up into the central valley. Wall Street,.
"seve" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Minutes nonstop. Four three my FM. Glasses. Seve with Jenkins. Coming back up Kim. China. Bounds. Two. Already. Linkin carbonless like Mick Jagger talking about. Lisa. Lisa downtown as Dow down. Your break. Oh, you got me. Now. Oh, yeah..
"seve" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Man who allegedly designated yesterday as kill cops day in a Facebook post and threatened to high ranking Louisiana police officer now facing as you would imagine multiple charges. Authorities say that Harlan Ciprian was arrested yesterday on felony charges of terrorizing simple criminal damage to property and resisting arrest in addition to social media threats that he made he's accused of using a pick ax to bust up a window in a front door at St. Tammany parish Justice center on New Year's. Seve police had assigned additional security to the high ranking officer who was threatened. But now this guy Ciprian is jailed for awhile for terrorizing damage to property and also for resisting arrest with four. So this Louisiana man arrested for an has been designated day of kill cops day mentioned that he puts that up on Facebook. Brilliant, put something like that up on Facebook. And he doesn't think that there's going to be retaliation. Wow. Sixteen minutes after seven o'clock now NewsRadio nine twenty four seven FM. The government shutdown heads into today. Number thirteen today. The balance of power, though, does shift in the house of representatives. Will it have any impact at all that ending? This thing is FOX's Sean land jail nothing for the wall. That's a message Nancy Pelosi is giving as she prepares to once again become speaker of the house Pelosi making those remarks in an interview with NBC, President Trump says he remains willing to work with Democrats to secure the nation's borders, but his digging in on his demand for a barrier between the US Mexico. However, Rhode Island democratic congressman David Cecil Leany tells Fox News at night, he made up a fight in order to govern down frankly to distract from the many other problems. The administration has Democrats will take over control of the house today at noon in Washington, Shawn liangelo, Fox News seventeen after seven o'clock a new year, but an old story as the thirties used tear gas to stop some migrants at the southern border. Joining us now with the details. On that Tonya j powers new year same old tune though pretty much, and it's the second time in like a couple of months. They've actually used the tear gas there at the border. This happened. Just in the early hours of the New Year's matter of fact, about one hundred and fifty migrants had gathered at this section of the border there Tijuana, there's a fence let them read wire, and that kind of thing, and they were attempting to get in some of them trying to get under it, others handing toddler size children as they put it over the fence apparently some of them had decided to rock the customs and border protection agents who were there, and that is what precipitated the tear gas. And apparently there were like three volleys of tear gas were fired at the migrants in retaliation. I guess for the rocks rolling. And it ended up getting not only the rock-throwers but women children and journalists was actually witnessed by an AP photographer. Not good border patrol agents. Insist though Tanya J cars that the tear gas was only lobbed towards the individuals that were, you know, hurling rocks and bricks, of course, you know, it's a crowded. Situation. So just target those people, right? Exactly. I mean, it it. It doesn't it doesn't. It doesn't stay where you were. You were you I guess and like I said it's credit situation. You've got. It's dark. It's people. Are you know? Apparently one woman had temporarily lost her kids in the smoke and everything and it was sort of from what we understand terrible situation. Tiny Carson, Fox News. Thanks so much nineteen after seven o'clock banks may soon be reducing the points cash back and other perks that she can get through credit card reward programs, and they've been increasingly losing money on them after ramping up the office in recent years in competition against each other. Now all the deals have led to a growing number of people who game the program signing up.
"seve" Discussed on Chicks in the Office
"Yeah, this whole spiel, but it's crazy. 'cause I get it from the standpoint of Oshii one on the show for money and to gain her social media presence and all that stuff because so many people do that. I, that's that's. Yeah. Well, this is didn't think she was gonna get a guy visited love and I'm talking about here like you were saying before how you're like a little how you relate a little worried that you're creeping out. Kevin and Asher it or whatever. So I feel the same way with you because I talk so much shit about everybody and ninety nine percent. The times they find it, they know saying it and I have to kinda like backtracking mcknight's a little bit. Jenna. Did this to me last week. I tried it like two weeks ago. Something online, like I'm really starting to hate a week later. She responds, but I still like you. And so then I was like, you know, whatever, John, as long as you keep chilling Jordan, you're good in my book and less than a week later. This is all have it. Now. She falls me knowledge that's going on. I like, how do you blatantly scream shit about this person now? But like why was she so stupid as to text message? So much detail about how fake this whole thing is like you make a fucking phone call like you don't. You don't need to write out the details of everything. I mean, clearly she's a dumb ass, but like you don't have to write out the details like like my relationship is fake back my boy. I hate my boyfriend saying where for I'm sure we'll grow my business Seve's. Yeah, using mining grow my business check. I'm completely manipulating this network check like, why is she saying all this so blatantly and. Thinking that she can trust this person who's clearly at their wit's end does not know anything to do with like dealing with public outcry and all this stuff and having to be in the spotlight clearly can't handle it. Why do you think that they're not gonna screen shot it and blow up your spot? I what do you think also a collapse that you, you know you're doing something wrong if a story comes out like this because we will always it's photo shopped or maybe this real whenever nobody just goes after a good person and like right, like makes up Photoshop text messages that's like static. You'd have to be doing something wrong for somebody to do that. Agree. You just don't get like publicly expose men Photoshop and like this. It seems like that's litter impossible to me so, and I heard that Jenner not even denying it. So I've read on entertainment tonight. One one of those things at undertake yet when I was with you, didn't she talked Dr people after yet, and I didn't see. Oh, so she. But tonight it was like Jordan is cross. Jenna is not even denying or insinuating that this didn't happen. So so straight, it is weird, but the fact that she talked to people after and she wasn't live tweeting at all. Oh no, she didn't. It all. Yeah. And also reality. Steve made this point also like if you see fake text messages that you're the supposed to be the one sending them. And as soon as you see that if they're fake yard, you're denying what the fuck is this exactly you're, you're not just like sitting on it so that you ignore like right, let it roll off. It's just a random rumor. It's rolling up the entire finale of the show. You're the only couple that anybody cares about in any capacity and this whole thing blows up and then you come on and then you're cold as to your fiance, and it's like this..
"seve" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"The internet for the absolutely like why would bluebottle need to raise money, Ian, but it's done. Okay. Had it had a great exit here about a month ago. It has done. All right. It was a was a majority stake acquisition by Nestle for seven hundred million or so. So it worked out. Seve done very well as an investor. You are obsessed with many things Japanese you, you have new obsession. It seems every few weeks. And do you have anything new to add? Actually, I wanna I wanna hear about the fast mimicking diet because I thought I, I would have put money on. You never sticking with the fast moving diet and maybe explain for people what that, but you've actually now done a number of scheduled five day yet. That's that's my. MD. So we'll start back by saying that probably the reason why Tim unite friends I met you when you were launching your first book on your boat party that you did. You rented as a worship at the San Francisco Bay and the SS Jeremiah, where they recorded a lot of the boiler room audio for the James Cameron movie Titanic. Crazy. In fact, it's awesome. But yeah, we hit it off because we both love all kinds of idea of lifelong learning, I think has been a theme that you and I both enjoy and I've certainly got really into biohacking in the last couple years I've watched from a far you poke and prod yourself and squirt all kinds of different juices out of your elbow. This requires a little bit of explanation. So just this is so gross, but now I have to explain it. So I had a botched PRP injection, which is platelet rich plasma injection in my right elbow and people can look up PRP. It actually has something tastic applications, but there was a botched injection which pushed effectively subcutaneous bacteria into the Elbe capsule itself. And it turned into this horrible infection that required a bright -ment and surgery and so on. But Kevin being good friend that he is came to visit me in the ER when I was having the, I'm not sure if you'd call Sedova fluid the infection, flus the posturing out of your drain out of my elbow with this gigantic syringe and being the mature adult that I am. I thought it'd be funny to take this Turkey based or worth of elbow fluid out of the. The sharps container and screwed it Kevin, who is in the room. I'm not proud of it, but I don't regret it either. See, you see me do a lot and make a lot of short term decisions that haven't turned out very well in the world of biohacking. It's always entertaining though. Gotta say. At a lot of fun doing stupid shit together. But yes, peaking of well, probably not that these days but fasting. So I got into fasting here probably about three years ago, two, three years ago. I started fasting zero, which is a free fasting tracker. And so that is really kind of blown up and and taken off. But then I started hearing about the research from Dr Walter Longo and so. We actually was from a friend of mine. Mike maser, mutual friend of ours, and Mike was diagnosed with stage four cancer. He went into chemotherapy treatment, and he was one of the guys that I'm just not going to, you know, just take what they give me, but I'm gonna go out and do my own research and see what else I can be doing to help fight this in this down. And one of the things that came up as idea of doing these five day FMD's and the f. d. stance for fasting, the medic diet. And the idea is that compliance of doing a standard five day fast is relatively low because it's it's an extremely difficult thing to do it, Tim, if you ever done a five day water only fast. Yeah, I've done five, seven and ten day. Okay. So I've, I've done a five day water only and I will tell you it is absolutely brutal. I don't know what your experience was like. I had a really difficult time sleeping. Yep. Yeah. There's a believe it's colon, urging effect. That leads you to have rapid heartbeat quite often when you're trying to sleep, it's not pleasant, so you'll be did, and you'll lay down in bed and you're, you'll feel like you just ran a hundred meter sprint in terms of heartbeat, it's very, very unpleasant..
ICE: Immigration detainee's death appears to be suicide
"Services the shooter at marjory stoneman douglas high school was seved mental health counseling as minor but nncholas crews refused the care when he turned eighteen and then he moved to another county so he fell off the grid he fell off the radar there was nobody that was looking at the commission is expected to issue its report early next year joe ruble news ninety six point five wdbo an immigrant rights group demands answers after a mexican man hangs himself an ice detention in georgia after spending ten days in solitary confinement the group says stewart is the busiest immigrant detention center in america up privately run facility that opponents say depends on forced labour for its profits forty year old ephraim rosa apparently hanged himself after ten days in solitary the second detainee in solitary to commit suicide in just fifteen months but a spokesman for immigration and customs enforcement ice says the death rate among detainees is still comparatively low andy says the investigation into this incident is still under way that's reporter pete combs this morning so did you guys see the video of that police take down in sanford i have not seen i just heard it just there with you okay i i want everybody to go take a look at this so maybe we can get it up on our website so people can see that the police take down that's in question the other guy was handcuffed and ends but supposedly the guy the the bad guy that was handcuffed supposedly even with his hands cuffed he elbowed the police officer and there's a general rule that i kind of follow that is if you don't assault a police officer they're very unlikely to actually assault you back and i feel like maybe that was something there and of course you have to go back to police training you have to you know whatever they dive i look i i've been to the citizens academy but never the real academy so i don't know you know what the actual procedure is supposed to be but don't elbow cops if you don't want to be taken down really really brutally hard okay i'm getting word here my microphone is cracking is it sounded like it yeah it's a little a little hot if you you know little hot stay sounds good my ears but i will will will make that adjustment here of course i'm not at the studio it's joe on the go friday here friday the thirteenth updated weather and traffic every six minutes lots of guys give me another st after across central florida all the way up to ninety four.
"seve" Discussed on Double Toasted
"We're starting to take polls on what people think we will feel about the movie now i'm you know unless you put up so many so many poles are so many allies to vote so we had brain is beckel a little bit and we used to put what we we individually give a movie it's time you got kind of take the average so over namino people are going to see we think about movie hit tonight red spero and how was going to average out with us nobody thinks will get is better than sex people are taking might be a full price movie a lot of people a bit more met nasal uh being kind as like a bad name over rental in some people actually they think this is going to be pretty good announcing that hardly anyone is saying is going to get some more bullshit even a for you so please we're going to go and check this at the end of our review seve has grown in a anymore and we're going to uh we're going to hopefully uh get you to go over there participate in some of the things we had so please check out amino just type in at double toasted their we should pop up and also remembered there if we get a thousand not yet but win and i'll take some tumbling get a thousand members on their wanna do free show and we're going to do is show based on what you want to see any within reason of course and you're going to vote for what kind of show or give us input of what kind of show you want through amino again that is eight am i n o and that's an app only featuring on your desktop and look at it but the real function alleys on an app and that's where you hendro nor your iphone.
"seve" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"Seve they're feeling that way they're they're still the premise of their thought on abortion still is not on the child you want to direct their focus and attention off a of the wouldbe mother and put it on the child well steve why well the mark of every good mother is she takes the attention off herself inputs aware children on the children you won't do that to the person whose consciences is double minded on that she wanted to the same thing what i mean they're double mighty why no abortion is wrong but why do you know that it's wrong wind is life begin now to that person i would not compromise my standard at all and i wouldn't even argue the other approaches compromising your standard your granting a point to to expose a false objection and turn their own fault fog flawed premise on a on a back at them in this case though i would not take that tact in this case you need to enforce and reinforce someone's conviction and the way to do that is by bringing the conversation back to win life begins so i think it i think read it depends on whom you're talking to at that moment i agree iowa the lie were legislature right now has a heartbeat bill now the you think the federal republicans are uh selling you abella goods try that pie will republicans said this might just be dinner theater that being said this kind of legislation to me is the most compelling in terms of getting to where we need to go uh and i include person hood in that end steve's been big impersonate it personnel would.
"seve" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show
"A personal note one of the best take ways i got from his book is you learn early on that he didn't have a great relationship with his father actually it was a horrible relationship and and a lot of ways you get the sense of his father resented him because maybe his father wanted to be an entertainer and gave up on that dream early on to have a family and no matter how much success steve would get whether is joining saturday night live which is a huge show his father would just never think it was good enough or really give him any praise sometimes even the opposite but seve had the patience and the compassion to understand where his father's coming from even though he's being mean to him really is really being cruel he's still maintained a relationship with him he's still tried to be close to his father you might ask yourself like why why would somebody do that just forget it but i think steve has a huge amount of empathy and canada sees him as an individual rather than just his dad and our sends hey maybe he's having a heart time computing what's happening to his son and eventually because steve stuck it out before his father passed that relationship was mended and i know this is not really related to business but hey it's important families important and it does affect who you are as a person does affect your thoughts and it will affect your business because it's affecting you so reminded me if i have any severed ties with any my family members i should really think about trying to mend those and just try to see that perspective of hey they're acting this way because of their own reality and not through my own filter now another huge takeaway i want to share with you is how much work he put in to become a professional comedian the man preparation that he had before he went onstage was incredible used prepare all day can't wait for that night to fall so he can get on stage any years and years and years of practice and going through.
"seve" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show
"Uh if you like 25 26 bailed made miles you are how the batteries oh oh no uh no i mean like look some of these kids that a really good or going to turn on a seventy mile an hour fastball a ten years old urals get don't you think i wouldn't expect a throw nohitter months against ten years it certainly would be a perfect game is that iced it as all him no control all over the place i have banned for sleepovers once and i walk too many kids you got banned by wasn't allowed to add i wasn't allowed to do any more sleepovers jerne one baseball season because as walking to many people a call your dad right now can we get him on the line the other head i'm glad that parenting psychology them on the edge of the right now at father i had a lot of life lessons discovered because all look i was the oldest so i was the first through and i've i've said numerous times separately my parents were is loving as you can imagine like i i love my mom and i love my dad my mom was my mom she was your mom shoot fix things she she was great to be in the role a mom and then you know my dad's my hero and he i think you know it's funny that being a forty two sometimes i can still have him in my head a little and stanford seve called me on that we first started hanging out he's like your dad just dominates you i go well yeah but look in a good way so he'd have the construction truck and i would be ride shotgun and we would have these these life pep talks we would have these these things that we would do and like the younger siblings in have dual any of this stuff but baseball in basketball were big part of it so if i'd start walking guys had a game or i walked a ton of people in he goes hey right sleepovers over.
"seve" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show
"Eagles okay neutral field i think we'll know where this one goes minnesota new england new england k neutral feel the three seat kansas city against saints all saints all right fourthseed rams against the titans lamb's five seve carolina against the jags the cumbersome come on emily carolina quarterback is the quarterbacks big get the best version of that quarterback role hella lamented and blake bores right all right uh seattle's your succeed against the bills who just bench a quarterback fill in the playoffs them yes so i think your point is being made right here like energy is the one i picked one team in the afc to be and that was like the best versus the worst possible set of i think he probably pick a bunch of the teams behind number two minnesota right now in their own conference there's happen to be the two of the tiebreakers yeah i mean listen in of seized the tough it there's a lot of really good teams in his he right now the homing damien what he thinks man give you the straight talk brought to you by straight talk wireless best phones best networks milk contracts as trump solve china north korea and the pac 12 in one day being radio i just realized because they spent the whole day was smallman who went down in new york city were the car forever uh we need to bring it back reading small mines dmz on instagram really yeah i would like that is that i am the eye opening from his mom i it's like 73 percent creepy really low we end travel the last time we know we do we can trouble for doing the d m par i think we got in trouble for trying to set you up it which i totally understand so we won't ever do that again elephantlike that if camera we won't do that but i don't think we got in trouble reading the ems now that was just you know kuzan all to get you the train huq nampa schenker's look i heart let's not who kept strangers let's read the deums and i have to say there some people on twitter and very social media platforms smallman moment have your back.
"seve" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"Because i said i so i change my opinion eager who i'm trying to to to wickford the microphone i guess oh not getting far enough for way i'm having like a sneezing fit if um so that seve raza so at some as old as so as again what is it what am i smelling i don't like and i like that your allergic to vegas or if you're just allergic to just even the thought of hookah but i am jb as they promises resin not tell anyone and he's like okay i promise that it who anyone and then of course as soon as he sits as he gets up the phone the guy's arrives a mike arrives than schurbon than tommy so you know residents twenty one tommy hang out with them i knows he later tonight at guy told ya is there he is there and then mike is wearing like one of those little mini fedora think trump target asia as both my big door that i have and now i feel we are rare because it's so big um i told you that right that i got a big vidor a year i i can't get behind it but i support you i don't know i don't know i i have supported size of or use the person that i can support your fedora it looked so good in the store it really did and now i'm like i don't know about this for door anymore although if there is ever a mystery i need solved you'll be the first person i call it's not that kind of fedora um so anyway said they order you'll like and you're like scanning computers for viruses um so they order a case the dea and hamas which i thought was strange like you've got hooker up boaters and then he advocacy and hamas she seemed all over the map.
"seve" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"Seve animal questions about finance may be doomed i know you can keep to one i find a question so the question is what do i keep talking about so finances interesting like i think this is a really big thing for people and especially in the beginning of a relationship to set what the rules of engagement are is really really important and that was one of the first day excuse me one of the first things that became sort of a rule for us was what are the rules of engagement around money um i think that having separate bank accounts for spending money was one of the smartest things we did i think that's really really critical and then just remembering at the end of the day especially if you don't have kids like what is the thing that you should be chasing its fulfilment it's happiness and making sure that you guys are willing to work with each other like the you're in it together you're trying to accomplish something that's really gonna make you guys feel alive and those are the things that make a relationship worth the sacrifice like getting together living your life in harmony with another person might not getting something really beneficial out of that then my question is why are you doing it so doing things like that being together on the journey like that's really really important so what are those things met you'll live i do have a question is not really exactly finance beyond so.
"seve" Discussed on FT Management
"What's the starting point is it's the agent is it the publisher is it some other means preps loretta around start with you as the as the agent in the room i think is very much depends on the type of book and on the water and himself so we're talking specifically about business books here so i would say that yoga call in business books but we are going you know you can have the about your graffiti you cannot have reference book or something a little more specialised niche so i would say the very first thing to do is just really workhours what you onto rights why you want to write it who is going to read and buy your book got that william form decision as to whether your best ralph approaching the publisher direct aid so if you bought as some kind of his business mukhbar a lasko mainstream potential so you know will be appropriately people outside strictly taboo drew more people that are just interested in business book then probably you'll best begist goal by an agent face one of the advantages is dot dot point you can also a gouda year we deny dare dying and will help you developed that idea seve has got legs and tell you probably elk you to structure make sure you call on sections there the publisher will needs to to consider before making decisions so the very thing is i always say the writing of a proposal for nonfiction is a little bit like writing a business plan for your business there are very many similarities so when your writing a business plan your warmth either do too.