21 Burst results for "Single Box"

"single box" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:11 min | Last month

"single box" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Plus percent of the market where they where they either provide services or they pay for the services. So there's not a lot of room and negotiate and it's starting to look a whole lot of like an anti competitive action. Uh, 30 past. I'm pleased to report it's already past. So it has Yes, sir. Well, that is good news. That is good. Very good on duh. You know, now we gotta go to work on the pharmaceutical companies. But we'll get to that in a follow up little chat here, Todd, but Okay. Well, that's good news. And I hope I hope I hope That the next time you and I talk that some of this nonsense will come under control Todd Furnace. His book is the 60% solution, and you can find it at the 60% solution book. Dot com. Always great carrot up with you, my friend. Stay well, okay. Thank you. It's also available hymns on but thank you so much can lovely talking to you. You imagine that $15 for a single Tylenol pill. And the cup that the nurse brings to you get charged for that. $53 for a pair of gloves that a nurse puts on to do whatever they do to you when you're lying there in bed with tubes sticking out of every orifice in your body. $8 for a single box of tissues. Come on, man. Would call the hospital. They have to By law now, since the slow was enacted on January, the first they have to tell you I can't give you the old song and dance. Well, we'll have to see what happens when when we get in the operator. Oh, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. And insist on a doctor inside your own network. Sometimes when you go in and it's an emergency, you can't get all of that stuff lined up ahead of time. But there's gotta be a better way for for you for me for everybody else. When we have to go to some place we really don't want to go to to make it that much more of a headache on top of it. Lot of times you're just paying for machines that are hospital group bought. Coming up on 10 25 10 25 already can brew for Scott. Slow news radio 700 wlw. Some scientists believe early man began speaking between 50,000 and two million years ago to teach each other how to.

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"single box" Discussed on The JJ Redick Podcast

The JJ Redick Podcast

05:58 min | 2 months ago

"single box" Discussed on The JJ Redick Podcast

"O. Palmer kevin o. Camera conflict kimiko climber kevin. Oh candy win. Kevin kevin killian cavallo. What up so. We are actually recording on a late thursday night as there were three games. We're going to start with the games that took place tonight. And we'll just kind of go in order. The first game of the night was the milwaukee bucks vs the miami heat if we thought if we bought in to the old age that series does not start until the home team loses while the series started the series. Yes wow that was quick. Might've ended because that was an ass beating by the milwaukee bucks and for them to go in after even if you just want a very competitive game one down to the wire they shot fireballs in game two. You know just couldn't miss brin forbes is like something out of b. j. m. in that first half and it just felt like everything was going right but it's a different story when you have to go to the other teams home arena a team and an organization that has shown over the years a lot of fight the heat culture a lot of pride and for the bucks to go in there and bury them in the way that they did giving up thirty six points in the first half of that game and really setting. A tone was mega impressive last year. In the bobble but he were the tougher grittier meaner team. They had that chip on their shoulder. They were the tougher team. This season the box after adding drew all day after trading for pj talker. In even having bobby portis now coming off your bench guys were tough. Players feels like the whole personality of this bucks team is so different than what we saw last year and the bubble all of us season the box now have become that tougher meaner grittier team and like you see what it's all turned into jaanus slightly better than he was last season offense under the floor now has the support around him on the defensive end. I can't wait till bucks. Nets chris i'll tell you what i mean. The bucks are they. They have officially locked in. They have reached a level where they look like a championship team. The level that they're playing now what they're doing. It's the heat before the series. Then we say well depending on what it's miami will define how feel against brooklyn or how am might do against philadelphia. Well check check check. Check check every single box and this is going to be a gauntlet right their trust transposed if they are able to get to the finals they're gonna have to climb the steepest about they're going to beat the heat..

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"single box" Discussed on 7 Layers

7 Layers

08:24 min | 2 months ago

"single box" Discussed on 7 Layers

"Thanks for joining us for this. Sgx central sponsored interview. We'll be chatting with raviv levi. Vp of product and cloud security at cisco. Today he'll be discussing sassy strategy devops integration and the next steps for organizations selecting a sassy solution. Thanks for joining us today. Raviv so to start out. What are some of the biggest challenges your customers are facing right now and how to sassy begin to address those challenges absolutely and and thank you for having me thank you for new jersey talking to love customers and partners from really across the world lead. The heat on that i see is complexity. If we're thinking about the need to connect users to the resources to their applications at obviously he needs to keep that connection secure for the user for the enterprise for the data when it comes to complexity this is really the number one thing that hinders us from achieving that goal and we with the progress of the kranji. What we see that happening is that more and more sophistication actually creates more and more complexity which interns prevents from grievance our customers from being able to deliver that secure coding theory experienced users with all that complexity in mind how to sassy support distributed workforce network especially as organizations are moving to hybridise setup question so when we think about what we as an industry have gone through. I would say you're two. Years is data explosion of complexity grain from a certain line exponentially to be larger. And even before you could zinc about users and applications being confined within the enterprise for evener than users going different places branches working from different places. Applications do all clouds data centers offs in zones of fourth in then cooling. Hit us. Everyone is working remotely in now. That number of branches that you have to support a number of locations from which your employees into world is jess exponentially grown than to the complexity level even higher than it used to be in the if you think about the architecture that we used to have across the industry in the past we really had our users in different places in branches and then everyone would go into the data center. Everyone will go to that place for. They consume the resources there date on applications but now everyone will continue to do that in mind you we have so many more users out there working from home basically being branch of a single person all over the place that creates a real issue. Now help to solve that. You fouquet the way that we have solved that as as an industry in the consumer space if you have so many users all over the place the right way to solve for that. He's not to centralize all the connections in single ways. But rather you have a cloud edge and then the users just go to the cloud edge is closest to dead. Fundamental concepts is at the core in basis off sassy bringing networking and security together tunick cloud we're allowing our customers to consume those services are actually fishing fleet securely as a service debt creates a lot of simplicity for our customers cisco's got simmers anyone else Sassy because now they have a single place where they can go they can tweak the way the us the service says they don't have to worry about whether they have Virtual machines or employing physical appliances in all kinds of places places on locations every being used provided as a service cloud which yeah it makes sense to distribute the services when the users are themselves distributed. How to sassy represent a convergence between networking and security. We've seen the convergence of networking insecurity increasingly emerging over the last few years. I would say that a started back at a. At a time were movable security appliances end they consolidated into a unified threat management appliances then. Utm was actually the gateway for branch. Locations office says and so on in order to connect to the than with the high cost in complexity of empty less as the land was born and sooner than later we saw. Sei metro king. We utm security coming together into secure as you and i will say de or the last few years secure. St one has really been a huge wave and tran. That received moves out there in the market win. Sassy were taking in extra. Seth because that convergence of security in networking is very very high demand coming from our customers but why be introduce is a challenge because all those features in a single box these managed by someone that needs to be part of a sometimes writer complex apology building. The friendly Donald significant connections from cloud services from the branch frong the location that was seal challenging for our customer so security networking coming together on the premises was not enough. And what we've seen is the need to dig that up on level Cloud when we can deliver that as a service any truly goes back to the fundamental oin of customers really interested in that outcome wanting to users in connect them to the resources because they care about their businesses right. They care about their own goals. Customers shoots here unless they're really interesting doing so the g. of how exactly regaining from eight to be to seek the to eat customers should care about other getting their user to their application in the most efficient insecure way possible so that they can resume their business Pursued business goal which direction and this is what hashing is definitely critical to running successful business in keeping clients happy. What factors mustn't organization consider when they're selecting a sassy solution how to feature roadmaps plan to this i. Let's say that this is a bit of a loaded question. Sassy as space forming ever since Gardener i believe has coined the term in in twenty nineteen and there's really a lot of companies out there claiming to be sassy cruciate on different customers in two different directions in order to adopt sassy. In order to be off the future. I really want to dates virginity to urge customers. A single their business in the about earn needs and to think about how we can accomplish safely without jeopardising businesses. And i do want to go out. Several factors year. That again talking to people customers are nur's escorting down in that journey. I learned the first one is the need for complete and integrated sassy actually at the end of the day. Sassy is here to help us. Says easier here to make our life. Simple secure more and more effective. If we're going to piecemeal different components from different places and different vendors we'd customer would be assuming complexity which beats diverse. We need to select the vendor or two vendors Certainly not more than that. That can provide us.

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"single box" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

How'd It Happen Podcast

03:41 min | 3 months ago

"single box" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

"Oh but you have to pick something the as we did. This lake extra we. I didn't exercise We use eos which is from the book traction to organize everything. Yeah and so when you're doing the initial boxes in its you know visionary into greeter cells in marketing operations and finance right so Filling it out together. It's like me her in to investors in so we're filling it out and my name was on every single box in her nice shared one box just operations which to us operations client services rancor and so they were like this isn't sustainable like for me to be the visionary head of finance head of sales marketing and co head of operations. That wasn't sustainable. And so i like which one do you wanna do pick once. It was like definitely not that one. Not that we're night. You know like she just wouldn't pick and so i'm like. Do you want to see yo. What do you what do you wanna to do you know. And so at that point the investors were like like like. You're the ceo we invested in you. This is your position and so that was like the beginning of like of them. Feeling a certain way about that about her to of like this is too it's gone. It's gone too far at this point. Because she was on investing schedule she wanted. She wanted she wanted it doubled so i doubled it. She wanted co founder. Gave to her. Like i was giving her all these things that she wanted because i wanted her to feel valued in at some point. I think they just felt like it was too much it like. She was never going to be happy. And i hear you at one point say that you had to buyer out as well and yeah. We did a buyout So that's interested. Was she a co-investor. Or is this all this. The incentive units that you'd given her or it's just interesting that after a year of this whole thing. You've got to do that as well. No we gave her the opportunity to invest in a small amount. Yes oh shoot so. We allowed her to be part of the investment round. In then she earned. I think we just round even though she wasn't at the year to earn those options. We just gave it to her because we don't want have any. We just wanted the situation to be done and so definitely were like. Give us a number here. It is okay. So how did you fill out your address your accountability chart which i think is what you were talking about After she's gone so you still have this need right. I so what did what did you end up doing. I did it all myself. Still for y you know this is two thousand nineteen pandemic hits so i had to do it all myself. And then at some point I want to say. May i decided it was time to look again. I think had learned a lot of lessons from that situation. I had a better understanding of who was going to do. What in what this person needed to do. We did our core values which was really important. And then i integrated those core values into our recruiting process in our interview process and so we ended up hiring patty patricia santos who has co hosted some shows with me so she is now the head of client services..

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"single box" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:32 min | 3 months ago

"single box" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Third pick in the 2021 NFL draft. The San Francisco 40 Niners Select Trade lance quarterback North Dakota State. When did you find out and wind up? What does this mean? Just find out it two minutes ago. Yeah, really did, um maybe needs the world. I'm super excited. Blessed in stank with permanent help me get to this point. What can the 49 Fans expect. What are they getting? I'm gonna do everything I got. I promise you that probably checked every single box. Um, what she could've played this year for him, but we might not have gotten out. If you play this year. He might have gone earlier, so we're pumped to get him out here. We're pumped real to get him at three and We enjoy this whole process, and now I'm just glad it's over. So we'll finish this draft these next two days, But I'm going to get back to being just a football coach on Monday. There. It is very excited that he's excited. Let's go, man. Yeah, play more of that coming up for content Coming your way. Those tops export stories on Friday, April 30 2021 cooler content in power are rolls on on KNBR, one of 45 and six Anything sports leader. You were listening to Murph in Max Power Hour now on 1045 FM and 6 80. This is KNBR sports leader. This record is sponsored by Amtrak. It can be hard to tell a bedtime story through a screen. It's even harder to feel close with a virtual hug. Nothing beats those in person connections. And when you're ready and track and help you travel.

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"single box" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:02 min | 3 months ago

"single box" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"But when the virus hit I heard on podcast sports podcast that sports card collecting has shot up and you and I were talking about it off the air. And you told me this morning. You said there's people that Have no interest in sports, no interest in collecting guards, and they go to the stores, and they buy all these boxes just to resell them for and up the price. And I told you the story of last Friday when Was going back towards home to hit some soft balls with my buddy and he collects cards as well. And for the last 6 to 8 months, places like Wal Mart and Target. They don't have the collectors boxes. They don't even have the single packs like you could go in there. You could buy a box of baby for 20 bucks. So He called me the other day when I was driving home and he's okay. He's like they just restocked their card shelves, and that's the first time I've heard of that in months, and he said Yeah, but you're only a lot of money, A max of two boxes per purchase, and they'll write your name down. They'll take your idea because you got these people are getting a look at these people Don't come in, go by every single box and go sell them on eBay for double the price. So and this is the issue, And I'm gonna bring hammers in here with us. And I know he has at various times in his life collected the sports cars. But this is a big issue. Because now you've got rationing. You've got the same thing going on in a call in the collector hobby where they call these people flippers. Where they're not interested in the hobby itself. The same thing is going on in the housing market, where people have all this access to money because all this money has been thrown into the economy, and the same thing is happening with sports cards and sports memorabilia, which look ah, home is far more important in your existence compared to you know, sports cards or coins or whatever you collect, But we're having these people have so much access to cash and money is so cheap. That you're driving people out of markets and hammer. This is really scary stuff. Yeah, And you know who I blame for all of this nerds because it's not just sports cards. I mean, these Pokemon cards are insane. People grown ass.

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"single box" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY

REALITY OF REALITY

05:27 min | 3 months ago

"single box" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY

"They don't want to spark a sharon osborne title response because the difference between sharon and the other ladies have panel was they were all equal. But you're working for somebody and that somebody is had same sharing type of mentality where you're not quite sure if she's racist or not but she saying and doing things that certainly is in the neighborhood and now you're responsible for doing whatever it is you you're you're in that position of dwt protect my job or do stand up for myself and for for people who look like me that who is a major part of this process and so the reason that you'd need people up and down. The ladder is because there needs to be some protection because those conversations are going to happen and some folks going to respond lecture and let me jump into. I think another one of the issues that we've we've realized just in having these conversations Especially as it relates to you know being a defacto management company you know is is one of the major issues is. Let's just say this all right so there's a job right okay. Somebody is looking for a show runner or an ep or co ep. And they've gotta have you know. I'm looking for somebody with with follow doc experience or you know. They've had to have worked on a game. Show or china floors. Shell basically one every single box check right every single box and what ends up happening. That's that's frustrating is. I'll send over. You know options. I'll send over a few people that you know. This person has a strong resume. They've got a p credits. They've got show runner credits. Maybe they're missing a box. You know in what ends up happening is. They're they're overlooked. You know single time. They're overlooked well. They didn't check this one specific bach south. We're going to go back and higher. Jim because we know jim worked on the voice and we can count on jim while jamal never gets the voice but we. We just want jim. You know he can. We know jim can do it. Yeah we know. Jim can do it. You know gyms in my back pocket. You need somebody. You know quick fast in a hurry so that that's part of the problem. I've had this conversation with a couple production companies. You know just saying look. I've set you. I've sent you guys a fantastic with the people who are highly qualified. But you don't call them. You don't pick up the phone because they're missing a check mark you know you're not willing to to give them a shot and that's becoming a part of this bigger issue you know like nothing is ever going to move or change. You know if you're if you're looking for every single box to be checked you know. How is that person ever going to you know. Move up the ladder in in. Get the experience. If no one's to way to bring that point all the way home. I am an emmy award winning showrunner. I have oprah in my resume. I have tyler. Perry area have all kinds of networks and so on and so forth divergent content has never been able to.

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"single box" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

03:32 min | 3 months ago

"single box" Discussed on Serial Killers

"Only to continue throttling her. This perverse behavior indicates that timothy can be further specified as an organized sexual murderer in nineteen ninety nine forensic psychologist j reid malloy expanded upon the fbi behavioral science unit serial killer profiles using data from several external studies. As well as his own research doctor malloy compiled a dossier describing the characteristics of organized and disorganized sexual murderers organized. Sexual killers like timothy plan. Their attacks well in advance and target strangers they often use restraints and all of their aggression is performed prior to death and crucially organized. Sexual murderers usually leave a virtually spotless. Crime scene eventually timothy finished playing his game and strangled. Deputy death with the garad then. He took a look around the apartment to ensure that he couldn't see any hairs or blood anywhere. He was wearing gloves so he knew he hadn't left fingerprints. There was a fair amount of semen around but like always. He wasn't concerned about that. All he had to do now was leave when writing about his classification of killers. Dr malloy points out that every sexual murderer fall somewhere on a spectrum from organized to disorganized a criminal may represent most of the characteristics of a particular subset but rarely will they take off every single box. In timothy's case his habit of leaving his victims at the crime scene falls closer to the disorganized end of the spectrum. Usually organized sexual killers moved the body somewhere else making it more difficult for the police to track down the culprit. Perhaps timothy would have done this. Had he owned a car but he didn't so he left debbie where she was however he did steal. Debbie's car on his way out. It's possibly planned to use it in future crimes. Or perhaps he took it. For the pure thrill whatever's plants were they were seemingly foiled by his inability to drive a stick shift as he desperately tried to shift gears. Timothy panicked about the noise he was making. He abandoned the car. Only a few blocks from debbie's apartment not even bothering to turn it off. He just hopped out and walked three miles back to the halfway house. The next morning summoned reported the abandoned car to the police. The registration quickly led them to debbie's apartment where they found the brutal murder scene once. They're they combed the crime scene for three days hoping to find a shred of evidence to lead them to the culprit however timothy had left them little to work with. None of debbie's friends or relatives knew who would wanna hurt her meaning. Police had no one to include on their suspect list frustrated. They were forced to brainstorm all possibilities. The wondered if perhaps the murderer had mistaken debbie for someone else. They also considered the possibility that debbie had a secret enemy. She hadn't told anyone about what they didn't consider was that they were dealing with a serial killer. Timothy was counting on this. He took a couple of weeks to cool off after. Debbie's murder to ensure that he flew under the radar. He typically made his curfew at the halfway house and worked hard to stay out of trouble. Of course timothy wasn't done yet. He was just biding his time spending nights and weekends watching a new woman. He.

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"single box" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

01:33 min | 6 months ago

"single box" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"For them to be checking for you now. You might be in a club and they still might not be checking for you but got to put yourself in the position for them to be taken for you g you hit the nail on the head said this you said. The browns are going to check off every single box. There that means they're already putting themselves in a position to win the game. Now on the flip side the chiefs got a check off some boxes to but the browns are going to be able to run the ball. Not something they can't do they naturally run the ball. The browns are going to have to protect the football. It's what they do all the time. They protect football. Brown's gonna have to get after the quarterback. Gee that's what they do all the time. Get after the quarterback. So you're not asking the browns to do something that is too far. Fetched you just asking them to go to the club. Look good. that's what they do. They step on the field and they do all those things but let me give. Y'all another layer here. Let me give you another layer. Talk about the four teams. That had the by weeks last year. Ravens had a bye week. They lost coming off their bye chiefs. They came off their bye week in the playoffs they were trailing twenty four to zero at one point the packers. They came off therapy week in the playoffs. They won that game by five. But russell wilson had the ball with two and a half minutes left to go down and take the lead. The only team that came off their by dominated was a forty niners who dominated the pack. The forty niners who dominated. And so. When i really think about it as the teams that had the by week you already know is going to be a little bit of a struggle g you already know is going to be a little bit of a struggle marcellus chiefs coming off the bye week. Assuming it's going to be a little bit of a struggle. that's chance enough for the browns to capitalize. I hear you in all of that. How get.

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The Part Of Moving To A Smaller Home We Didn't Expect

Young House Love Has A Podcast

09:35 min | 1 year ago

The Part Of Moving To A Smaller Home We Didn't Expect

"Here for about two weeks. And unpacking and moving and getting settled in has been quite an ordeal, and it was not something that we necessarily think predicted to go the way that it's gone because I think we've talked a lot about downsizing impairing down and all that went into preparing for this move, but I don't think we put much thought into what this part of the process. Process would be like the back end of downsizing where you're actually like taking the things that you pare down and making them work in your new house. Yeah, I think the way that I would describe it as we all know that you have to get rid of things to downsize right so like we've been doing that for months. You've watched us. We've sold half of our furniture. We've gotten rid of the stuff that was in huge kitchen because we have A. A much smaller kitchen here like we cognisant new that we wouldn't have physical space for things, so we went about getting rid of things, and we believe that in essence is downsizing. It is but I think there's a second huge part which is like when you land in your much smaller house with fewer items like you've already pared down. There is still the act of finding a system and a storage space and a placement for the items that you've kept so. So an example I'll give is like we have fifteen photo albums, and these are like old school albums, so they take up like a whole shelf. These are not the thin family yearbooks. We've been printing as bound book more recently. These are from pre kids right. These are from like growing up in our childhood and we've said we're going to digitize them eventually, but that is not the situation right now. Like right now. We have fifteen leather bound photo albums. And, so when you get here, there's not a paring down. You're not like well. Keep three like you're keeping all of them with the intent to digitize them eventually, but you have to find a spot for those and so what I didn't really account for was how it's very physically demanding, but it's also a very mental task, so I would find space that I'd be like I bet I can get fifteen in here and I. put them in and I could get eleven in there, so then I'd take them all down and at bring them. Them into a cabinet in the kitchen I'd say maybe I can put them in his not use the corner cabinet, and I would try and I could get nine in there. You keep moving things around and photo. Albums are just one very specific example, but think about like stationery and office supplies like your mailing envelopes and your stamps and your checkbook. We like to keep them together I. Don't want in order to pay a bill to run around and get the envelope over here, but the stamps over there like you want to keep things. Things together and so it's a long winded way of saying that we underestimated getting here. HOW EASY IT WOULD BE! In fact, I said I think unpacking. The pod will be so much faster than packing the pod putting things in so carefully to fit. Everything took so long, but then to take it out. You just take it out right. But what? I was feeling thinking about what you just take it out, you take it out and you have to find a space for it. Yeah, I think we take for granted especially if you've lived in. In a house for a while we WANNA Richmond House for seven years like things have a spot. Things are organized. It just seems obvious. That's the shelf where the photo albums go, but you don't necessarily have the congruent space in your new house especially when you're downsizing, so we didn't have an obvious shelf for some of these things, obvious junk tour that was as big as our old junked where we had all the checks, and all those things and so everything took mental work to figure out where it made sense in this new house. House and I also think this House has some shortcomings in that department. Because we knew it was going to be smaller, but it also doesn't have a lot of built in storage systems. There are things we're going to add along the way and we're GONNA get the house to the place where it is very functional and very organized, but like for instance right now our house has three closets, two and a half I say because one of those three has like a water heater and a H, Vac. System in it so like packed and people. People are like wait. You have three bedrooms. Don't you have a closet in your room and your kids know? Our Son has a little closet, but our daughter has no closet currently. We're went to add a closet system for her and our bedroom. Our master has no closet as well so it's just one of those things. Another example would be like stuff. We used to keep in the mini mud room by the door. There's not a mini muttering by the for us. You know and we've watched other people I. Think it was really interesting. Interesting because we moved on the exact same day as clear from the home, edit and a ton of you I've been watching both of you. Oh my gosh, it's so interesting. Clear moved in one day she had the entire house unpacked in one day and I, said to John when we were going to bed like a week after still working on this and not being unpacked and I said. How do you do this one day and John made the point that like when you have congruent spaces like if she's going from packing up one. One pantry to another pantry of a standard size or one mud room to another motorm of a standard site because we assume, she went to a similarly sized or larger home. Yes, and it's definitely a house. That's like a new bill that she has like all these systems already built. That's the other thing about some of these closets is like we built in the storage systems yet like our linen closet only had one shelf of the top, so like one of the first things we had to do in the first week. Here was like. Shelves that we had like six shelves. What things on yeah and you guys? It's insane. Just having the shelves in that closet I told. John I was on a high I impact like six or seven or eight boxes into this one skinny, little linen closet, but it's such. A demonstration of shelving and vertical storage is so effective because before we could just like. Like stack things on the floor or put things on the one hanging bar or the one shelf, and so adding shelving system in there. It got like so many things off. The floor was so helpful similarly in our laundry room. I'll put a picture in the show notes because it came out so cute, we built like a shelf over the Washer and dryer. On, them suspended a little bit over them for Toner Tom, yes, and two shelves above that for storage, and it is super helpful to have those two shelves and that counter, because suddenly we have all this storage space for things in there, and so I think that's the other thing it's like if you're moving into a new construction or a home that's already been perfectly fixed up and has all the systems and you. You just have to load things into the systems, and if you're going lateral with your space, I think it's definitely a much faster unpacking process like you literally can label boxes through eight as Pantry, and then unload them into the Pantry area whereas boxes that say pantry stuff, not a pantry here, so we just had to land and figuring out. Yeah, I think I was just surprised how much that was going to. To impact the speed and the efficiency of the unpacking process, because I think the other thing that has been a challenge versus when we did some of our other moves is that we don't have spare space here like we don't have an extra bedroom that we can just throw boxes into. We don't have a garage that we can just put stuff in pile and think about later like everything came in and was. was in the way of space that we needed, so we had to deal with it. And I think that was a challenge, but also kind of a good guideline forest because I think it forced us to deal with things. Not put them off the reason we have every single box already and now just two weeks into moving is because we had to. We couldn't put things off. Yeah, I know I will say. Say That that we probably have lingering boxes to unpack in every house. We moved into for months and months because we had that spare space, we had that spare bedroom. We could put them in that garage. Wicked throw them in, and so here, not having an interest bear space has sort of shifted us into like what I would call immediate processing like we could not put it off. It was immediately dealt with. With and processed, and so it has just been physically and mentally exhausting. Because nothing is autopilot, you just can't autopilot. Put stuff away, but I do think there's something very settled feeling about this move that we haven't had an any other house because we are doing that immediate processing, and then we're finding the solution. We're like they're. This is probably the fastest ever hung art on the walls and a new house because. Because we needed to get it off the floor. Totally that's absolutely true and also I always tell people the way that your house finally feels like yours is when you hang art and I made that mistake of holding off on that for so long in so many places, and we just landed here and I immediately. It was like you know what I'm GonNa. Hang art like immediately in the kitchen. Do Hide and. And electrical panel box that's in the middle of the kitchen. I was like I'm not GonNa wait to have lunch. I think I hung that within five hours the first day of unpacking and we should point out that a lot of these things may not be their permanent places or the permanent solution for things, but it was helpful to kind of rapid fire. have to figure things out over the course of like. Ten days, or so because you just had to make decisions, you couldn't overthink a lot of things and we will have time. We have plenty of time down the road to think them through and adjust and improve and fine tune stuff as we do more decorating, and you know, get things in their final spots, but I feel kind of proud that we've gotten to the spot that we are at now because it is working really well so far and. And the pot is while I. Was GonNa say the POT is empty? The Pot is not empty. The Pot is unpacked, but the other thing we wanted to talk about is after we unpacked everything and we found spots for most things. We realized that we still had too much stuff. Yes, I, heard from so many of you who said don't think that it's uncommon or shameful or bad to have a second paring down when you get there, often you. You, just can't tell what of the things you bring you actually need. And what would we say we say about fifty percent of our stuff was downsized in Richmond before the move, and then maybe twenty percent of stuff in the pod is not staying with us, so we did another twenty percent shave of the things we brought. We probably have a fifth of it that we're not using so. We've put it back in the pod as we go through. Through the process of getting it donated places because we found like someone who recently lost their home on a fire here, someone who also lost her home in a hurricane a couple years ago, so we found some ways to put these things that we don't need to good use and I think by the time you guys here this the pod will be empty and we can actually get. It picked up and out of our yard. Yeah, I would

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Edge Computing Platform

Software Engineering Daily

12:11 min | 1 year ago

Edge Computing Platform

"We're GONNA talk about edge computing today and particularly red hat's strategy strategy around that. Give me two recent applications that you have seen of edge computing so to very often reasons. Why the applications WANNA run the etch is latency which means you want to have very fast request response and the second one is reducing bandwidth over the network and those are very to have very often mentioned once? They're way too many other reasons why to do that. And for me. These two reasons are mainly the consequences of what I want to achieve and if I want to improve user experience does are probably the two The latency is probably the first one if I want to reduce the cost probably reducing. The with is another one but then there are other reasons for example risk factors. I want to improve resilient therefore I want to run my applications nations at the edge and have them running in very completely isolated environment so there are really many reasons by the two. Most mentioned wants is definitely latency latency and bandwidth so the type of edge competing. We've had for a pretty long. Time is CDN infrastructure CDN infrastructure is fairly basic. It's if I make a request for an image for example apple that image is GonNa get cashed at the edge and then subsequent requests to that resource will be sent to the edge because the edge can be closer to the user and the edge. Might it'd be a content delivery network. That is pushing out that content to a lot of different locations so that a user news Becca Stan has rapid access. A user in Texas Texas has rapid access the kinds of edge computing. That we WANNA do. Today is very different than that type of simple request response for an image for example. What kinds of computation do we want to do at the edge today? I don't want to repeat myself but it's always it depends ends on the use case and there are many industries which are doing competing for different reasons. All let's take for example Industrial Iot in the production. Shen lines where they are running. They are having multiple sensors in their production lines to control quality production for example of the product the sensors are generating a lot of data data and this data is being analyzed and is being responded is the product quality. Okay can I continue in the direction or do I need to interrupt and just a process. This is kind of application which needs very fast rapid response you cannot really rely on sending that over the network to centralized location do the processing there and then and get the response back so this is very often reason why you want to push the edge computing to location of the IOT industrial but there are also reasons. Why want to centralize? You don't want to do everything only at the edge. There are reasons why you want to do centralization so imagine I have the industrial plans and I have them all over the country but I need to train my machine learning models from different examples and I want to gather those examples from different locations therefore I need to centralize them somewhere then do training model. They're likely in the centralized location and then push out only the train models to do the fast decision making at the edge so this is one of the examples right and that architecture makes a Lotta sense because in order to train the machine learning models you need all the data centralized in a particular place or you need some large subset of the data or you need the new training examples. Whatever the data to train the models takes a lot less space than the actual models that can make a decision that can improve application infrastructure? So we need to start deploying thing these models to the edge now if we talk about the types of CDN infrastructure that has been there for a long time where you're caching an an image and then you can request the image at the CDN layer if we're talking about hosting machine learning models versus hosting basic images. Do we need different different infrastructure to run those machine learning models instead of simple. CDN Type of infrastructure. Absolutely we do and it depends on the context. What kind of application I WANNA run? Therefore the machine learning very often or for example video processing or similar requests we we might need data processing. We need real time kernels we need. GP use use very often to speed up. The processing can reduce the cost of the processing power so the type of the hardware which is enabling the the use cases is specific for the application which needs to run on top of that the CDN is very simple. Use Case as you mentioned you don't really need much of the processing Specific processing processing. But if you need to run for example containerize network function. It has very high requirements on the fast data path and networking or it needs to access the real time kernel which difficult CDN networks don't need Ari talking about machine learning stuff. I've also heard of widespread bread edge competing use cases in the telecom industry. Can you tell me about those applications. So S Forty Telco Day one to do editing edge competing for multiple reasons. I would separate it into two categories first. One is to run their own brighter X.. Networks and for that that is the containerization containerization of their network functions. As you know there was a progress of running network functioning onto bare metal itself with specific hardware than it moved to. VM's and now it's to moving through containers and here the Yukon. We actually saw demo of the proof of concept how to do the five G. fully running on carbonated. That is one of the kind kind of the application. Because at the antenna level you need to have the processing as close to the signal as possible so that you again reduced latency NC and you don't have to push all the data through the network to raise the swap that is the main requirement for five G. or main features of the five G. The second use case for the telcos is to monetize their infrastructure. which they are building for the five and that is to provide mobile edge edge computing platform for all the independent service vendors or other enterprises running their applications? So I can be an enterprise fries which has branch offices and in order to get access from those branch offices to pass processing. I might want to run my applications closer to those branches not necessarily centralized in my data center which might be private cloud one national data center but I might take an advantage of my telco provider either to run the application closer to my branch office and not a very common use cases gaming or augmented reality where you take advantage offbeat as close to the end user with a cell phone or the smart devices possible so that they have the good user experience and then to date on experience instaflex so I understand correctly. Telecom like verizon. They need to build essentially data center infrastructure telecom data center center infrastructure to support five G. for their basic cellular customers and in order to get additional value. Oh you add that infrastructure. They are adding the capability to essentially lease out those resources to enterprises that might need similar functionality to that same five G. infrastructure basically they're already building data centers and they're like well we might as well reuse this for edge computing. That's exactly right amazing. So as red hat you basically have an opportunity to help a telecom like horizon that is not historically thought of itself as a cloud provider to the extent that I understand it become a cloud provider. Essentially yes I would not necessarily called provider but mobile computing platform provider. Absolutely the and any of these telcos or service providers in general. It doesn't have to be Telco. Only it can be Internet service provider as well think of comcast or others that is to raise. Is there infrastructure which they need to build to support five G. we can think also of the other use cases when they want to place a device to the end user premise itself. So you can think of Smart Stadium. It's aware you have broadcasting of different games for example you need a server which needs to run there you you need high bandwidth. You need to broadcast it. So what verizon or other Telcos do they place the server there at the stadium at the end user premise and the a US benefits of their infrastructure behind or s in consumer for example. I'm a comcast user. I have my set top box at home. Currently the setup boxes being used for very specific services for example to get my TV streaming on my screen but but in order to use this device to be more generic we start talking about the universal customer premise equipment to turn these very specific use case oriented devices into more generic computing platforms to turn on your home into smart home and connect the Iot devices devices to it and provide different kinds of applications running there. Okay so that's a very different kind of edge computing. It's very different kind of competing but it is still edge computing. Okay Eh. What role would red hat have in that kind of application? The like. I'm comcast I've given you a dumb set top box and now we WANNA turn into like a smart connected home thing. Comcast is still owner of that server or of the device which is running at your home so they need to run some operating operating system. There they need to run some platform which is enabling to run applications on top of that. And guess what the applications are very often containers so we can and think of for example taken to the extreme Kluber not seen at box so real quick the applications running on my dumb comcast sorry to call comcast dumb calling the box. I'm not calling comcast dumb. Those applications that are running on the set top box. They're running in containers. They might some of them might rerunning depending ending on the vendor interesting. Okay sorry continue. So and then you can think of that device to have a marketplace of different applications which can run at that device. So he doesn't have to the only TV streaming you can now have audio streaming or you can now connect your light bulbs and half the LIGHTBULB manager running on top of that box so beat really generic computing server. which can run any kind of applications and then the Internet service provider can give you? This is the marketplace of APPs these vendors who are contributing there you you can deploy your APP or on your up there. And is that to say that coober netease would be useful as essentially a consumer operating system in that environment or maybe open shift is the operating operating system or is it just a lennox just a single node. You don't actually need to distribute system. You're you need new elites distributes have containers running on the same note. But it's just a single all note it is just a single note in our homes so in our home you probably don't want to have free service to have physical H. A. So so you have one single server which is transformed tobback's which is a single box running operating system which is always the core of everything you need need to enable the hardware in some way and then you need some platform or you need something which is orchestrating the workloads on top of that depending on the level of orchestrations auto healing or other things. You need there then. You need difference of services from for brands to run on

Edge Computing Platform

Software Engineering Daily

12:11 min | 1 year ago

Edge Computing Platform

"We're GONNA talk about edge computing today and particularly red hat's strategy strategy around that. Give me two recent applications that you have seen of edge computing so to very often reasons. Why the applications WANNA run the etch is latency which means you want to have very fast request response and the second one is reducing bandwidth over the network and those are very to have very often mentioned once? They're way too many other reasons why to do that. And for me. These two reasons are mainly the consequences of what I want to achieve and if I want to improve user experience does are probably the two The latency is probably the first one if I want to reduce the cost probably reducing. The with is another one but then there are other reasons for example risk factors. I want to improve resilient therefore I want to run my applications nations at the edge and have them running in very completely isolated environment so there are really many reasons by the two. Most mentioned wants is definitely latency latency and bandwidth so the type of edge competing. We've had for a pretty long. Time is CDN infrastructure CDN infrastructure is fairly basic. It's if I make a request for an image for example apple that image is GonNa get cashed at the edge and then subsequent requests to that resource will be sent to the edge because the edge can be closer to the user and the edge. Might it'd be a content delivery network. That is pushing out that content to a lot of different locations so that a user news Becca Stan has rapid access. A user in Texas Texas has rapid access the kinds of edge computing. That we WANNA do. Today is very different than that type of simple request response for an image for example. What kinds of computation do we want to do at the edge today? I don't want to repeat myself but it's always it depends ends on the use case and there are many industries which are doing competing for different reasons. All let's take for example Industrial Iot in the production. Shen lines where they are running. They are having multiple sensors in their production lines to control quality production for example of the product the sensors are generating a lot of data data and this data is being analyzed and is being responded is the product quality. Okay can I continue in the direction or do I need to interrupt and just a process. This is kind of application which needs very fast rapid response you cannot really rely on sending that over the network to centralized location do the processing there and then and get the response back so this is very often reason why you want to push the edge computing to location of the IOT industrial but there are also reasons. Why want to centralize? You don't want to do everything only at the edge. There are reasons why you want to do centralization so imagine I have the industrial plans and I have them all over the country but I need to train my machine learning models from different examples and I want to gather those examples from different locations therefore I need to centralize them somewhere then do training model. They're likely in the centralized location and then push out only the train models to do the fast decision making at the edge so this is one of the examples right and that architecture makes a Lotta sense because in order to train the machine learning models you need all the data centralized in a particular place or you need some large subset of the data or you need the new training examples. Whatever the data to train the models takes a lot less space than the actual models that can make a decision that can improve application infrastructure? So we need to start deploying thing these models to the edge now if we talk about the types of CDN infrastructure that has been there for a long time where you're caching an an image and then you can request the image at the CDN layer if we're talking about hosting machine learning models versus hosting basic images. Do we need different different infrastructure to run those machine learning models instead of simple. CDN Type of infrastructure. Absolutely we do and it depends on the context. What kind of application I WANNA run? Therefore the machine learning very often or for example video processing or similar requests we we might need data processing. We need real time kernels we need. GP use use very often to speed up. The processing can reduce the cost of the processing power so the type of the hardware which is enabling the the use cases is specific for the application which needs to run on top of that the CDN is very simple. Use Case as you mentioned you don't really need much of the processing Specific processing processing. But if you need to run for example containerize network function. It has very high requirements on the fast data path and networking or it needs to access the real time kernel which difficult CDN networks don't need Ari talking about machine learning stuff. I've also heard of widespread bread edge competing use cases in the telecom industry. Can you tell me about those applications. So S Forty Telco Day one to do editing edge competing for multiple reasons. I would separate it into two categories first. One is to run their own brighter X.. Networks and for that that is the containerization containerization of their network functions. As you know there was a progress of running network functioning onto bare metal itself with specific hardware than it moved to. VM's and now it's to moving through containers and here the Yukon. We actually saw demo of the proof of concept how to do the five G. fully running on carbonated. That is one of the kind kind of the application. Because at the antenna level you need to have the processing as close to the signal as possible so that you again reduced latency NC and you don't have to push all the data through the network to raise the swap that is the main requirement for five G. or main features of the five G. The second use case for the telcos is to monetize their infrastructure. which they are building for the five and that is to provide mobile edge edge computing platform for all the independent service vendors or other enterprises running their applications? So I can be an enterprise fries which has branch offices and in order to get access from those branch offices to pass processing. I might want to run my applications closer to those branches not necessarily centralized in my data center which might be private cloud one national data center but I might take an advantage of my telco provider either to run the application closer to my branch office and not a very common use cases gaming or augmented reality where you take advantage offbeat as close to the end user with a cell phone or the smart devices possible so that they have the good user experience and then to date on experience instaflex so I understand correctly. Telecom like verizon. They need to build essentially data center infrastructure telecom data center center infrastructure to support five G. for their basic cellular customers and in order to get additional value. Oh you add that infrastructure. They are adding the capability to essentially lease out those resources to enterprises that might need similar functionality to that same five G. infrastructure basically they're already building data centers and they're like well we might as well reuse this for edge computing. That's exactly right amazing. So as red hat you basically have an opportunity to help a telecom like horizon that is not historically thought of itself as a cloud provider to the extent that I understand it become a cloud provider. Essentially yes I would not necessarily called provider but mobile computing platform provider. Absolutely the and any of these telcos or service providers in general. It doesn't have to be Telco. Only it can be Internet service provider as well think of comcast or others that is to raise. Is there infrastructure which they need to build to support five G. we can think also of the other use cases when they want to place a device to the end user premise itself. So you can think of Smart Stadium. It's aware you have broadcasting of different games for example you need a server which needs to run there you you need high bandwidth. You need to broadcast it. So what verizon or other Telcos do they place the server there at the stadium at the end user premise and the a US benefits of their infrastructure behind or s in consumer for example. I'm a comcast user. I have my set top box at home. Currently the setup boxes being used for very specific services for example to get my TV streaming on my screen but but in order to use this device to be more generic we start talking about the universal customer premise equipment to turn these very specific use case oriented devices into more generic computing platforms to turn on your home into smart home and connect the Iot devices devices to it and provide different kinds of applications running there. Okay so that's a very different kind of edge computing. It's very different kind of competing but it is still edge computing. Okay Eh. What role would red hat have in that kind of application? The like. I'm comcast I've given you a dumb set top box and now we WANNA turn into like a smart connected home thing. Comcast is still owner of that server or of the device which is running at your home so they need to run some operating operating system. There they need to run some platform which is enabling to run applications on top of that. And guess what the applications are very often containers so we can and think of for example taken to the extreme Kluber not seen at box so real quick the applications running on my dumb comcast sorry to call comcast dumb calling the box. I'm not calling comcast dumb. Those applications that are running on the set top box. They're running in containers. They might some of them might rerunning depending ending on the vendor interesting. Okay sorry continue. So and then you can think of that device to have a marketplace of different applications which can run at that device. So he doesn't have to the only TV streaming you can now have audio streaming or you can now connect your light bulbs and half the LIGHTBULB manager running on top of that box so beat really generic computing server. which can run any kind of applications and then the Internet service provider can give you? This is the marketplace of APPs these vendors who are contributing there you you can deploy your APP or on your up there. And is that to say that coober netease would be useful as essentially a consumer operating system in that environment or maybe open shift is the operating operating system or is it just a lennox just a single node. You don't actually need to distribute system. You're you need new elites distributes have containers running on the same note. But it's just a single all note it is just a single note in our homes so in our home you probably don't want to have free service to have physical H. A. So so you have one single server which is transformed tobback's which is a single box running operating system which is always the core of everything you need need to enable the hardware in some way and then you need some platform or you need something which is orchestrating the workloads on top of that depending on the level of orchestrations auto healing or other things. You need there then. You need difference of services from for brands to run on

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"single box" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"single box" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Highest grossing documentary ever single box office and it did it did better Monday night then the terminator movie and Denver and San Diego so no nobody could have expected this but we shouldn't thank this over the top super woke left this culture that made it possible because this is basically a reaction to us being beaten up by the thought police for the last ten years and loan talk for a second about you know they can make the comedic community because there does seem to be this bizarre sort of divide on the one hand a lot of the biggest company names are people who will freely acknowledges when bill like Sarah Silverman who is certainly the political right what knowledge that the cancel cultures gone too far that it's impossible for you to comedy at the same time a lot of those people will actually promote that cancel culture when it serves the purpose is there is there any level of self awareness on the political left in the comedic community that this sort of stuff is counter productive on a real level and they actually need to switch sides here and fight the culture wars with other side yeah I think yes there is a friend of mine and she recently lost a role in a movie because of that culture and I think there's an awakening happening as we speak I think a few years ago there wasn't that thought it but it's sort of like when you start hearing stories about CNN or NBC or news outlet I think a few years ago a lot of people didn't think that there was a finance there they were leaning one direction or another I think if you ask people now it's starting to dawn on folks.

Sarah Silverman CNN Denver San Diego NBC
"single box" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"single box" Discussed on 790 KABC

"I had no idea what to think when this movie came out and yes it came in second in terms of highest grossing documentary ever single box office and it did it did better Monday night then the terminator movie and Denver and San Diego so no nobody could have expected this but we shouldn't thank this over the top super woke left this culture that made it possible because this is basically a reaction to us being beaten up by the thought police for the last ten years and loan talk for a second about you know they can make the comedic community because there does seem to be this bizarre sort of divide on the one hand a lot of the biggest comedy names are people who will freely acknowledges when bill like Sarah Silverman who is certainly the political right what knowledge that the cancel cultures gone too far that it's impossible for you to comedy at the same time a lot of those people will actually promote that cancel culture when it serves the purpose is there is there any level of self awareness on the political left in the comedic community that this sort of stuff is counter productive on a real level and they actually need to switch sides here and fight the culture wars to another site I think yes there is a friend of mine and she recently lost a role in a movie because of that culture and I think there's an awakening happening as we speak I think a few years ago there wasn't that thought if they sort of like when you start stories about CNN or NBC or news outlet I think a few years ago a lot of people didn't think that there was a finance there they were leaning one direction or another I think if you ask people now it's starting to dawn on.

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Reorganizing Your Beauty Products as a Form of Self-Care

The Emma Guns Show

04:12 min | 2 years ago

Reorganizing Your Beauty Products as a Form of Self-Care

"I've had a lot of working at home. I'm recently and now I've got a load of recording and things coming up and it can the diary looks a little bit overwhelming and my way of combating that was to take a full day to we organiz everything. I tipped out the contents of my wardrobe all of my drawers in my bedroom my office my entire beauty cupboard good so all of the product samples that are sent to me for review. Every single box in my a office was tipped onto the floor. 'cause I thought I've just been shopping things in any old books and they need to be organized. My makeup bags my kitchen my boss from everything and slowly steadily. I put it all back together again and in so so doing I made all of these things much more user friendly for me. I organized. We positioned am. I just made all the things I use every day more accessible easy to use news and I definitely feel that that external log an organization has impacted online internal organization and please don't misunderstand me certain points during the day. I did think what the F. Have you done. You absolute full. This is going to take forever and actually just put it. We're GONNA been back. I didn't do that especially in my office. Actually all this tipped out all the beauty products and I know that sounds like a great thing gosh a floor full of beauty products but but by Germany organizing the Mall was was quite the chore of say it now Looks Fabulous. I'm very very happy. Nothing was messy or dirty to begin with but just giving everything mega refresh for really good felt really really good. I also use the opportunity to retire. Skincare is using and replace it with new things now that might sound really indulgent but I have been using the same products month in month out for a while now and same active ingredients and there and as I was typing out all those products onto the office floor. I thought Gosh you're not trying new which means that you're not really finding out. You're not going to be able to share anything new with people why retired a lot of the old stuff and I didn't change the active ingredients but having got to the end of a lot of my products just replace them with newness from brands that maybe I haven't tried before also. I retired and intimacy with a new one. I retired an old retinal with a new one. I retired and old hydrochloric acid that was either. I mean it was really so close to being empty eighty and it's the kind of thing that I can put an travel bag and then that's perfect for when I go away and if you follow me on Social Media Hippie two guns uh-huh I reacted really badly to a high fact. SPF recently and I came out in really big quite uncomfortable spots and I'm ninety nine percent shorts ESPN because because as soon as I stopped using it the reaction stock subsided and my skin normalized but I also decided that in and amongst my daily routine I wanted to throw in some products that I hadn't tried before but that I was confident my skin would like so to that end. I've added Alex Steiner's pollution solution exfoliating products to my daily routine the available in prime mark and also the Goop Goup Glow fifteen percent overnight globe heal once a week and again my skin. Let's go respond well to it. It loves the reformulated good genes by Sunday Sunday Riley but I hadn't had my regime for a while and I just WanNa have an e so clearly a nice thing to do for myself was to put some colicky more skin-care regime right. Yes I did what sounds really boring but I got all of my devices say my electric toothbrush EPA laters. My Phillips Lee Mayor Yeah which is the IP L. Devices use facial body hair reduction so I got them and I charge them all so the next time I use them. They don't start flashing. Battery needs to be charged as all little things that make a big difference too so the next time you something it's just so so user friendly all of this how I organize my wardrobe joy how my skin care is arranged the where stole my pens and paper my desk. All of these things are of no importance to anyone else but me which is why I think it's so important in this way I think it's great self care and it sounds very basic and it's not indulgent but it just makes life easier and that I think is self care in a

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"single box" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"single box" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

"But and you know, the the political espionage of it in the betrayal, and it does inform. What happens after movie that really the best character? It's the best story that they have. And it's the best directed film and is great bad guy. So I mean every single box is checked as far as through what are you doing correctly in a film, and this is the one that's why put it at the top. I would agree. I think I think overall I think this is the most well rounded film, the us put out in its genius in the fact that it takes a character like cap, and they figured out. You know, the first film was kind of easy to make you just have to make an established Affleck of but how do you make cap relatable to now? And what they did is. Let's fuck and change. Let's have people bending around him. Let's change the world around him now and see how everyone reacts because he's still not going to change. The let's say the morals and the corruption around every now you're just having people react to him. He's were so smart government us hit right now. And how would it not? Have you used by the government? Once he finds out where Wayne aware it wears his home. Whereas loyalty fucking so smart. Yeah. Go from a movie that's clearly black and white avengers NF in captain America, where it's good versus evil. And now you stick them in a world where it's full of gray. Yeah. How does how does he I was perfect? Good. And that's markets and mcfeely first movie. No, no. They didn't write that. They wrote avenger captain America, the first avenger, and or the dark world, actually, they wrote Thor the dark world feel feel so number one. Ron both had this number one of injures rug. Boy, actually had it number five. So a little bit of a delineation there. But I really headed at number one. Because if this movie doesn't work up, then it's like, this is more of the social impact. It's a very simple plot. And I think even mentioned that. Yeah. But it doesn't matter. It's just the fact that this movie works, and it's something that everyone question if it would work coming up. So the the fact that it lands so hard for me the impact of it was just had to put it. I mean, we'd and now the tone. That's the thing is if you look at these list of movies models, given us safe movies and risky movies right there. Kind of one of each this movie was kind of both because people love Iran, captain America wanted to see honky Chris Hemsworth, but never has all these heroes. But put one movie, no one was expecting this thing work could have easily been a jumbled mess huge risk, but then huge awards. Just I remember everyone reacting to this. When it came out, those a pop culture thing and fuck that shot of them circling and we'd ins writing and zingers and the humanity hanging out you again, like you said, Anthony, just like Iran, if this thing didn't hit we wouldn't be sitting here fucking..

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"single box" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"single box" Discussed on 600 WREC

"So just a few moments ago. I was talking about how you can go on EBay, and you can start selling your Chuck your garbage your recyclables. And then I understand Andrew babinski. EU have done this. Yes, I have sold garbage on the internet. I have sold every single box from an apple product that I have ever purchased online. Okay. So so you buy an iphone the last one was my watch. My apple watch. And I take the watch out. I take up a charger leave everything else in the box because it's worth more that way. Okay. So like, you know, so it was a phony like in the original headphones airboats. No, I'm taking up for your ball. Okay. But the plastic K guiding the paperwork everything is left in the box. And then I put it up on EBay, and you say in the listing that everything is inside the box. Besides the watch and the charger K, and then, you know, twenty five dollars. I think oh, really. Yes. See I throw the boxes away. You're throwing away money. Wow. Now, I don't know what the people who are purchasing them are doing with them. That's what I was just going to say I have a speculation on what they're doing. I don't know if I would want to like be a proponent or help that trade happen. I we don't know that that's what they're doing it Wales with somebody want an iphone box collectors that like the shapes. It's the only time I've ever dumpster dive for. Something as well. There was an ipad pro box sitting in a dumpster, correct? And I was like twenty bucks at the bottom of this dumpster. So I climbed gone in and grabbed it. You did. And you admit that I sold it for twenty bucks. Yeah. But you also hang out on EBay. I I haven't posted anything on EBay in two thousand nineteen. I am starting to move towards Facebook exclusively Facebook marketplace. Well, not the not the marketplace. I'm not really I don't really focus on the marketplace. It's the groups because I I sell stuff that specific coins, I say, sell collectibles and sports cards and the Facebook community has done a really good job of policing itself. Really gets the scammers out. So you're not allowed in the group. If you have multiple vouchers, meaning you've done positive transactions. Foreign people say he's a good guy. He's a good gal let them in. And so that eliminates all the fees. No, more EBay fees. No more feedback. What what is what are the latest EBay fees? I you can go anywhere. It depends on the price of the sale could be anywhere from eight to thirteen percent. Look that's adds up. Sure. It is. That's a lot. Especially when you're doing smaller transactions. I mean, you you're doing a six dollars transaction. You gotta give a buck to EBay. That's a lot of money. So all right. So when you're trying to sell like, give me an example a coin. Yeah. Right now, I'm a lot of silver dollars that I'm trying to sell on EBay currency is tougher to sell and you have to pay all the fees that come with it. But on Facebook, I can just say eighteen dollars shipped. Make sure I have tracking. And make sure I'm in a group that's protected and has good admins nothing to worry about. I've sold thousands of dollars worth of coins on Facebook. I'm not exaggerating. Now, you look at the person's profile, not really, okay? I mean, if they are in Canada or another country. I I just don't want to deal with it. I don't wanna especially China. I'm not going to ship something to China because the minute he hits the Chinese border disappears on there's no way to track it. So someone could come back to pay and say, hey, my tracking says it didn't never showed up and I got to get their money back. But so I'm curious about that. So what's the biggest downside that you see to using Facebook over EBay, no protection? No retail protection. There is a point where since EBay their fees. Protect you a little bit away that you can't be scammed. So if someone does get in and scams, you're left holding the bag because most of the transactions on Facebook are going to be the friends and family type on pay pal where there's no fees anything. I'll try this. You know, I am trying to sell a nineteen sixty six corvette right now on EBay, which the fee is going to be crazy. Yes, it is. So maybe I just might wanna try Facebook. I think if you go over to Facebook, you can drop the price by ten percent. Yeah. Now, it's more attractive to buyers. Check that out. You're gonna clear the same amount of money might have to check that out. All right coming right back. A letter from our listener velvet streaming services, which is the best net flicks. Boo hoo. Lu prime video the list goes on and on here on the Kim commando show..

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"single box" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"single box" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Anyway king the guitarist there and he helped write the song of Leonard Skinner group in the passed. Away. At, the age of sixty eight in. Nashville yeah well that's a very famous guitar rift my one of my favorite. All time songs ever. Ever ever, is Big temptations fan Well then you're gonna have to be nice to be played this song at my daughter. Is this phone we played this song. At her wedding we. Dance to. It I, dance I mean. My girl anyway temptations are coming. To, Broadway run yes they are. Eight to proud the life and times of the temptations will open on Broadway in the spring of two thousand and nineteen at the imperial theatre produced by. Tom Holzer member Tom Halsey was a Mozart in. The, movie? Producer, oh really yeah Yeah. No we started out as an actor and he produced a wonderful Broadway show called spring awakening now is. That's terrific he's doing a. Little, reporting on ain't too proud and played out of town at some friends who've got some money in it. I talked to a couple of, critics who sought out of town and they say it's really. Right up there with jersey boys and beautiful the Carole king musical that the story the, temptations is fascinating it uses. Their, song catalog extremely well great cast so you'll want to keep that on your radar screens in two. Thousand and nineteen at the imperial theatre. It's opening in LA. Tonight Yup. Goes for, a month and. It's going to go to Toronto. Where, it will perform from October. To November so when is once they do they have a date scheduled for Broadway or just spring it it's already played at the Kennedy Center in Washington. DC where it broke the all time single box. Office, weekend? Record I can get your, tickets I'm going to be nice to me if you promise. Me you'll vote for Trump I'll get your tickets to ain't too proud well let's see, what's in the Muller reports Hey Natalie is all a, Gog because she put up on our website a picture of. Elizabeth Hurley, now why would that be big news Natalie of about a fifty three year old actress I just thought. She, looked, really, beautiful. But she was swimming in. A pool without a top on I mean she's kind of covering parts that shouldn't be an x rated photo. We put up on our website down. No no no no, it's very artistic or. Swimming we have you telling me we have. Elizabeth, Hurley top Elizabeth Hurley topless Turley hopless Website is We do I don't know who would want to. See that but if, you're, curious seven w dot com slash, lenna Michael. Pretty good speaking to Broadway.

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"single box" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"single box" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The katie these tests natty questionnaire donald trump takes every single box during this period when trump is talking with dubinin the soviet ambassador to the us the venus suggests a joint venture to do a trump hotel in moscow so that hotel never happens but why of all the developers in the us would they ask trump this would randomness about this i mean we named giving defense is that they pigs on trump and that there's a kind of curious cody to this which is two months after his trip as she less than two months he comes that from moscow and having previously shared right of infrastructure from policy he takes have these fullpage advertisements in in the washington post and a couple of other years newspapers basically criticizing ronald reagan in criticising reagan's foreign policy now that trump is many things but he is not an expert on international affairs and this is curious i mean it may not be conspiratorial but nonetheless areas criticizing reagan who who was very much an enemy of the soviet union they regarded him as a whole can a hardline aruna mesa adversary and guess what he'll says that peace thinking about politics not not a senate so a map it he actually the new hampshire and he actively flights the idea of running for president it doesn't happen then but this is no ted this is of strategic thought he has often moscow trip so the russian cultivation of donald trump you say resumes in two thousand eight when trump is a birther what is this resumption of cultivation with what did that look like if you believe that by christa the steal the former british officer which i do broadly with some caveats than than at this point someone inside the kremlin decided that trump could be of use and what began with a sort of transactions relationship wet where trump was was feeding to moscow according to steal dean details of of russian oligarchs living in the us have property or assets saw business ranches united states i shall return he was getting can of politically useful staff now just to explain the things about putin is that he is deeply paranoid he's conspiratorial he doesn't really trust anybody met maybe his family his dog a few people but basically.

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"single box" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"single box" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Kind of there are set corruptible interested in money people who are not necessarily faithful in their marriages and also of opportunists who will not very strong analysts so principle people and if if you want your way dan list through these sort of past medicaid to be test personality questionnaire donald trump takes every single box during this period when trump is talking with dubinin the soviet ambassador to the us debena says suggests a joint venture to do a trump hotel in moscow so that hotel never happens but why of all the developers in the us would they ask trump this there was no randomness about this i mean we know from doing his daughters that they picks on trump and that this kind of curious coda to this which is two months after his trip actually she less than two months he comes that from moscow and having previously shunned right of interest in from policy he takes out these fullpage advertisements in the washington post and a couple of other us newspapers basically criticizing ronald reagan and criticizing reagan's foreign policy now that trump has many things but he is not an expert on international affairs and this is curious i mean it may not be conspiratorial but nonetheless various criticizing reagan who who was very much an enemy of the soviet union they regarded him as a whole can a hardline aravinda beta adversary and guess what he also says that peace thinking about politics not not as a senator or is a map it he actually goes the new hampshire and he had to be flights the idea of running for president it doesn't happen then but this is in his head this is this some strategic thought he has offers moscow trip.

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"single box" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"single box" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Support for this podcast and the following message comes from cit from transportation to healthcare to manufacturing cit offers commercial lending leasing and treasury management services put knowledge to work and grow your business with cit learn more at cit dot com from the b which way why in philadelphia interior gross with fresh air today collusion it's the title of the new book by our guest luke harding a foreign correspondent for the guardian and its former moscow bureau chief he's trying to piece together trump's relationship with russia and what it means we're all trying to kind of assembled a sort of jigsaw parties in a way which is correct john fat but also gives us the full picture on i think the full picture is one of collusion harding writes about alleged secret meetings laundered money and the methods the russians appear to have used to cultivate trump dating back to 1987 that were looking for narcissist they were looking for people to a dr set corruptible interested in money and if you what your way down list through the fbi's be naughty questionnaire dole trump takes every single box and david ettl's stein reviews the new film call me by your name that's coming up on fresh air hey it's guy rise here host of how i felt this was a quick recommendation every holiday weekend come to a lot of waiting traffic airport security lines and so why you're waiting why don't you just binge on how i built this each episode i speak with a founder of a company who has an incredible story of how it all began you can find how i built this on the npr one app or wherever you get your podcasts the new book collusion as about what the author my guest luke harding says appears to be an emerging pattern of collusion between russia donald trump and his campaign hurting also writes about how russia appears to have started cultivating trump beckoned 1987 the book is based on original reporting as well as on the trump russia dossier compiled by former british intelligence agent christopher steal hurting that with steel twice once before and once after the dossier became public hard.

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