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"snow leopard" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:59 min | 8 months ago

"snow leopard" Discussed on WTOP

"One bar serving students at the University of Maryland for decades. Says they need help. College relationships don't often endure that long. But the one forged between University of Maryland students and first the view and then its successor, Cornerstone Bar and Grill has sustained for decades and so have some of the friendships forged inside there. Hundreds of thousands of people have met and grown relationships because of the view and cornerstone. But cornerstone owner Marks Wars says the pandemic has taken a toll. You're still keep on paying your bills, but you don't have Harley. Any income coming in this week he started to go fun Being hundreds of students and alums have responded. We created so many memories, and it shows for them with the go fund me people giving in college Park John Doman w T. O P knew. The Louisville Zoo says some of its animals have covert 19. Louisville, Kentucky Zoo director John Wall, Zack says it was ooh staff who realized something was not right with some others. Snow leopards at the zoo recently are zookeepers knows that our snow leopards, kimchi Maru and easy we're showing. Minor respiratory symptoms, including an occasional dry cough and wheezing. And so they were tested. We learned that our stole efforts have tested positive for the covert virus. We continue to monitor their health. Their symptoms are very mild and all three snow leopards are expected to recover. As for how they contracted it to officials suspected came from an asymptomatic zoo employees. They believe the risk of infected animals spreading the virus to humans. Is considered low. Matt Piper CBS News and still ahead, a theater chain says Staying in business is going to be tough. This holiday feeling connected is more important than ever Show those close to your heart. How much they mean with gifts found only a tiny jewel box explore Washington's broadest, most unique selection of designer jewelry, bridal, loose diamonds and Swiss watches are safe in store experience, private appointments or virtual appointments lately. You shop with peace of mind. Make this a.

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"snow leopard" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:37 min | 8 months ago

"snow leopard" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Cases and 71 do death. Winter sports teams in Jefferson County High schools will not begin practicing on Monday. Yesterday, the High School Athletic Association voted to allow school district's to begin practices for basketball, wrestling and other winter sports next week. However, Jefferson County is still in the red category due to the number of Coburg 19 cases in the area. J. CPS says there will not be any conditioning over the next three weeks. The Louisville Zoo is reporting its first case of covert 19 in an animal zoo Director John Wall, Zack says a female snow leopard tested positive for the virus and they're awaiting test results on two male snow leopards. The snow leopards are offerings of it, but we're gonna remain open because it was safe. We've got great precautions in place. And this is a very specific and isolated situation. The zoo's senior veterinarian says it's believed the snow leopard contracted the virus from an asymptomatic staff member. Indoor dining is once again ending in New York City due to the pandemic. Here's a BCS Aaron cutter ski closing indoor dining in New York City again it's a crushing and potentially fatal blow to restaurants. Governor Andrew Cuomo conceded. It's painful, but he said it's necessary. The hospitalizations have continued to increase in New York City, just 1.4% of cases were linked to indoor dining, where 74% of been linked to gatherings in private homes. Cuomo, though, said Eating inside is still an issue You're going to see Uh, a bad December. Abed. January the hospitality industry warned of irreversible harm Absent financial relief. Aaron Carter Ski ABC NEWS NEW YORK The federal government plans to execute another inmate tonight, Alfred Bourgeois was put on death row for murdering his two year old daughter. Last night, another killer Brandon Bernard, was given a lethal injection met the U. S penitentiary in Terre Haute, Indiana. He was the ninth federal inmate to be ex A Que did this year. And update to a shark attack in Hawaii Earlier this week, a man who was bitten by a shark in the water off Maui Tuesday has died from the injuries he suffered. The 56 year old was surfing in Honolulu Obey when he was attacked just before 8 A.m. Tuesday. Victim and several others were surfing as they awaited the start of the women's surfing leagues. Now he pro contest organizers suspended the competition on the day of the attack. That's correspondent Matt Piper. War news in 30 minutes. I'm Paul Miles. News radio 8 40. Wh A Yes from the I. Heart Media Purple Tower of power. It's the Terry Minor show we made it to Friday. Joe Elliott and military miners and news radio 8 40 WHS. Terry get a little early start on the weekend and I don't know about you. It just feels like And I guess it's because we were came back after Thanksgiving. And then the holidays are upon us. And all of that. It just seems like this weekend this week has been so long. My the only one who thinks so. If it seems like it took forever to get to Friday, But we have done it and we've got lots of things to talk about today. Here at news radio, 8 40 W H s will keep you up to speed on all the news, weather, sports traffic and a whole lot more. Is everybody.

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Snow leopard at Kentucky zoo tests positive for coronavirus

Rush Limbaugh

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Snow leopard at Kentucky zoo tests positive for coronavirus

"At least one of the Louisville zoos. Snow Leopards has the coronavirus of five year old female name Niecy is tested positive and asymptomatic staff members believed to have passed it to the cat. Zoo officials say they're waiting on test results from its two male snow leopards. The cats have been showing mild symptoms, but Are expected to recover. The zoo says the risk of animals infecting humans is considered low risk over 19 remains predominantly hey, disease transmitted from person to person.

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Our Thoughts ON WWDC 2020

Mac Power Users

06:02 min | 1 year ago

Our Thoughts ON WWDC 2020

"Hello, everyone. This is David sparks joined by my friend and yours Mr Stephen. Hello Steven David! How are you? Good, I have to admit I. was a little bittersweet this morning watching the keynote. I had a really good time I. Watch it with a bunch of friends, but I didn't watch it with you in the room. where it happens so sad, there were all this year. The first WDC have not been a person since twenty thirteen, so it's a big change. Yeah. That being said. I feel like I've been just as busies if I was there And Apple surprised US this year. They they had a lot more announcements than I expected I. Really expected the snow Leopard announcements. Everybody global pandemic, We had some bugs to fix any way not a whole lot new this year. Yeah, and our Mex- that working at our Max to, but there's a bunch of stuff as we go through our summary of what happened. That caught me off guard. Yeah, so some Meta Real. Quick we recording this. Couple of hours after the keynote, the state of the Union just ended so as this week unfold, so be more information that comes out so this is based on what we know after just a few hours of reading stuff, so the maybe things that we don't get quite right. We don't know that you may know in the future listening this. Please forgive us for the weird. Time shift there. Yes, future you please be generous to us. Yes, I did watch the entire keynote and I watched the entire state of the Union took copious notes and have been doing research, but I do believe and Both of us have installed babies. I've got the Beta on my big IPAD pro, and you've got on your ipad mini, so we we have line research here as well as we talk through the show, an slowly downloading the Mac Os Beta for my laptop, but it's halfway through. It's at a seven hours left sets. That's taking it sweet time. Input on your phone. Already know won't. It won't go on my phone until much much later. I, did I did mission real? Quick before we dive into all of this? Because we've got a few emails about it, Really FM. We have kind of relaunched our membership program and one of the new perks for a lot of the shows including connected another show that I'm on is. Member only versions of the episodes David and I. We are working on ideas for this, but we're not quite ready to to launch anything, but we did want to share that. We are thinking about it. So, you can check out and see what connected of greater doing. Extra segments sort of thing, and we will be listening to feedback if if you guys have stuff that you want to see in sort of a members version of Mac powers, let us know because we are thinking through that and and hope to move into something like that a little bit later this summer. Yeah, WE WANNA. Bring more if you guys wanted, but you know enough. Enough that you have to want it to make it worth the trouble and a lot of the stuff people. We were already doing it. We got a free form. We've got a newsletter we got. We got a lot of this stuff. Already that you get just because we love you, so we're trying to figure out where we fit best. We will have something. Stay tuned. We're doing a show life, which is kind of fun. Yeah, we are with nothing to do super often, but we figured. Hey, it's such a fun week, and because people are at home. We thought we would record this one live so it is live as we. going out to a bunch of people so that that's always a fun funding to. all right, so just want to start at the top. Yeah, we can either go chronologically, or we can kind of pick and choose I'll follow your lead. If you WanNa, do let let's start from the top because they had, they had an order and a plan they saved the most interesting stuff in a lot of ways to the end, because so many changes on the Mac. Yeah, but uh, it was interesting the way they went through today. One of the observations all make about this keynote. If you haven't watched it at home, this was one of the most efficient keynotes I've ever seen apple put on. They were just flying through the segments. There were no silly are demos. There was no game demos. It was like we got this Bam Bam, Bam Bam Bam Bam. Here's a guy from the next platform and. I thought that was good. I liked that part I'd like the format a lot I think it was all pre taped I. Don't think any of that was live. Oh, yeah, definitely. I like that. They were a large number of people who weren't sort of regular. White men that are at the top of Apple. I thought that was really great. And I think they did a really good job with a this is different right, so we see different presenters in different parts of Apple's campus. They sorta played some jokes with that about like the Secret Mac lobbying under the fountain in the Middle Way Underground I got a chuckle. Saw Kevin Lynch in the fitness center I think they did a really good job with this. And while I really do hope that WDC becomes an in person event again in the future when the pandemic subsides I gotta say I liked the way this came together. The first couple of times they did the zoom from one place to the next. I thought it was kind of cheese. And then I'm like Oh this is chemical seen different areas that I may never get a chance to see in person. And also is it just me or has the fitness center done a number and Kevin Lynch? That guys fit now. Yeah, he's got a beard. He's got shaggy hair. I like the new Kevin Lynch yeah. I mean the long pass or the days. He was in fights with apple over flash. Oh I, know! It was, it was great, and it was well represented. They had people of Color. They had women. They had people with disabilities. And it was you know, but it I think in typical apple fashion. These were not people brought up there. Just because of the you know that they were because he their titles you could see. They were people that were working on these projects, and it's great. You know I think that's the way it should be totally agree.

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How Do Bengal Cats Work?

BrainStuff

04:08 min | 1 year ago

How Do Bengal Cats Work?

"About six million years ago to feline factions went their separate separate ways. A small bodied cat living in Europe came the common ancestor of both groups. One lineage eventually gave rise to Felix Casas. The modern in domestic cat kept in millions of households the other produced species known as and forgive my rusty Latin Prion alias Ben Glances or the wild leopard cat distributed across southern and eastern Asia it prowls forests farms and grasslands weighing about seven to fifteen pounds. That's about three to seven kilos on average few mistake the creature for an actual leopard yet. It's a skilled Predator all the same and just like leopards. Many of these we be sees are covered with Rosettes roundish spot clusters that surround lighter patches. A for in the twentieth century demand for exotic exotic looking pets created a hybrid cat market by crossing p Ben Glens is with the more familiar Felix. Casas a new breed rose in prominence. Athletic I and willful this so-called Bengal cat can be quite a handful and as we'll see it's no stranger to controversy. One of the cat lovers lovers who helped the bengals get its start was geneticist William Center wall in Nineteen seventy-one sent her wall then a professor at California's Loma Linda University began crossing using domestic cats with leopard cats. The latter are resistant to the Feline version of leukemia cancer. He was studying through his hybridize. Cats sent her wall all sought new insights into the hereditary processes associated with this disorder. He wasn't the first person to breed. Leopard cats with domestics reports show that other are hybrids were born as far back as nineteen thirty one and we can't discuss bengals origins without acknowledging the late. Jean mill a collaborator center walls. This conservationist made it aware cat with the Black Tomcat in nineteen sixty. Three bus began a decades long passion for bengals Mills Gorgeous Animals and and their descendants would soon become regulars at high profile cat shows that visibility popularized the breed as a whole another reader of note. Was Bill Angler her a zookeeper and longtime animal importer using a leopard cat named Shah bread. A number of half domestic half wild kittens in the early nineteen seventies. He's he might have also given these critters popular name. Popular Myth Says Bengal could be a play on the abbreviation. Be Angler. Of course it could. It's simply stemmed. From the species name glances the world may never know. Today you can find bengals a number of different colors and patterns a most people associate these animals with the Rosette markings detailed above but not all rosettes look like they can be pointed and vaguely Arrow shaped or circular with a doughnut like flare player. Other bengals have so called pawprint Rosettes as the name implies though splotches almost look like animal tracks and then you've got bengals swirling erling multi toned marble coats instead of the more traditional spots back in nineteen eighty-seven mill bread the first known kitten to rock this distinctive style. The coats base color can be quite variable to depending on the individual can look Brown golden charcoal grey silvery or even whitish. That's right folks. There are are white furred Bengal cats who look like miniature snow leopards out there underneath their showy coats bengals tend to have muscular physiques according to the cat. FANCIERS here's Association. The hind legs are taller than the shoulders. In general adult bengals way about eight to fifteen pounds or seven kilos a tiny bit more than their wild ancestors stars but these guys have a well earned reputation as energetic felines fond of long walks games of fetch bengals are on the move almost constantly way to prevent boredom keepers can stock up on toys or get their pet a feline playmate lake savannah cats another hybrid breed. Bengals have an affinity for water related aided activities from swimming and Kiddie pools to showering with their owners.

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"snow leopard" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

10:35 min | 1 year ago

"snow leopard" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"As an Apex Predator the presence of snow leopards informs warms us about the health of their environment. That's why the Snow Leopard Trust has turned to Microsoft. Ai To find and study these elusive animals with Ai. It only takes minutes to analyze thousands of remote camera images and understand where these animals are so researchers have more time to protect them and their ecosystem. See How at Microsoft Dot Com Tom Slash. Ai Hey this is Liz leary and I wanNA tell you about a new tech. podcast from Ozzy called the future of X. It's hosted by Faye Schlesinger her Aussies managing editor and former head of news at the Times of London last season the future of X. envisioned healthcare in twenty sixty nine. This time they're exploring a your future workplace. Unlike a lot of business and tech focused podcasts. It's told through a narrative story live can follow along and find out why the next privacy battle. Oh we'll be over your personal productivity score like Gamers or set to become priced employees and my laziness might just get you promoted. The new season just kicked kicked off and new episodes come out on Mondays. Future of x is really not just a show about tech trends. It's about what we can all do right now to prepare for what's to come. Get ahead of your own future and subscribe to the future of X.. From Ozzy for free on apple podcasts. spotify stitcher or wherever. You're listening right now You know people who cover silicon valley like you and live there are obsessed with founders. But a lot of if people aren't so if you have to explain on most basic level who are Larry Page and Sergei Britain. Why do they matter? The others took this mythology algae around founders and Google apple where kothe critical in informing that right like Google's culture larry or sort of the ones responsible for setting that right they were corky Stanford fifty students they later engineer's name to hire engineers for a long time. Initially the two of them actually approved every single higher and Google's careers and they had this all these different kinds of abuse and critic roles that were. We don't WANNA be Conventional Company in and we can work on sort of these crazy moon shots. They had like a twenty percent project every person that company was entitled to go off and work on something with twenty percent of their time. It was totally unrelated to their day. Jobs like people came to work for Google in the early days because they came to work for for Larry and Sergei like they sort of believed in this impossible dreams of building artificial intelligence of working on these technical problems like self driving cars early days there project. Google books right this idea that they could digitize all of humanity's books that that sort of thing was inspiration for people people come come to work for the company. It's been awhile since those early days at Google and since then the founders of step back about four years ago they created a new parent company that they would run called alphabet and put a new. CEO and torch of Google in two thousand fifteen super chai becomes CEO of Google and ED page and Brin become the President of Alphabet the the parent company. Who is and how did he end up in that position? Sooner Pichai is a longtime Google execution. Came in two thousand four to accompany after working at the Kinsey actually He was the first job at Google. For prominent job was managing like the title Toolbar so soon Darwin that he actually ended up wanting to be co creators of Google Chrome which is arguably one one of the most successful sort of homegrown google products ever the description of him as a leader is. He's very consensus oriented very personable personable incredibly intelligent engineer who doesn't really have sharp elbows and that sort of I think given there's a lot of prominent leaders Google. They were known for having sharp elbows sooner sort of seen as like the Nice guy that's the rationale for why the founders picked him as a successor both for his his technical skill managerial skills but also because he didn't fight with as many people as others talked me about the corporate corporate culture for several years. Google had a lot of active internal message boards and regular meetings and discussions sort of this culture of airing things out and I'm curious how that has changed. Yeah that is one of the biggest flashpoints right now. You can go back to the early days right. Google's set up just a funny cheeky motto. Don't be evil. You remember that and people described it as sort of like feeling like a Grad school that just happened to print money and they have these famous a weekly it meeting where the founders and and early company leaders that up and and fielded questions and the most seminal example was when in two thousand ten they decided to remove the search engine from China and so that people who were there at the time. Talk about how this really heated and sort of emotional debate inside the company any about this decision. People talk about the early days of Ghoul as this was sort of robust internal conversation right before being made if you go back. A lot of controversy controversies. They've had internally in the past two years consistently say no longer exists but as time went on that culture of debate became more pointed it. Employees protested actions by the trump administration and other employees notably. One male engineer protested the culture inside Google and critiqued. His is female colleagues. Let's talk about the past few years. I I'm just thinking about the things that have happened. Protests around the so called Muslim Ban James Damore who wrote a memo that argued against diversity and essentially said women were less biologically suited to working intact after experiencing mistreatment and harassment harassment claims that were uncovered and harassers walking away with with big payouts and the subsequent women's walkout and and then complaints over military contracts nearly a dozen. Google workers reportedly resigned in protest. I mean there have been so many things that employees employees were upset about. What's the culture like sort of post all of that? Yeah and you didn't even mention the the dragonfly the project to China last year. So yeah there's ongoing lists I I mean there's two things one is for a lot of people it's still it's a day job. It's a very comfortable day job. I think at this point close to one hundred twenty thousand old time employees So for large majority of them. These series of controversies Arnesen so front and center That being said in recent weeks they've cancel the sort of regular all hands meeting. The company has made it much more difficult call to have some sort of internal conversations. There are people at Google who think this is long overdue of like we need to grow up and just get back to work and then there are a lot of people. We've been very vocal. They feel the company they signed up. Join is turning direction. They feel very uncomfortable with and so they're speaking up about that in a ways that we've never seen before. Do you think Larry and Sergei moving out of their formal roles changes things in that respect. Yeah I there are certainly speaking to someone at the company who he did say like we hope that they either lead or leave because they they were sort of is there but not really. They're the Bay Asterix here is they are still on the board and they still own a majority of like the super voting stock so there collectively still in charge despite stepping down. I think there was a sense that if they came and address some of these issues head on right if they came and talked about sexual harassment and the changes. They're gonNA make or they came out and said here's our stance on any number of issued military Tehri or going back into China. Or here's here's our relationship with the trump administration. Certainly something that a lot of employees have been asking for them. Departing is clearly crew indication. That that's not going to happen at the same time. The Google has been dealing with increasing unrest with company. Pressure has been mounting from the outside to antitrust case in Europe investigations by State Attorneys General an attack from the trump administration Larry Page largely stayed out of the public eye but sooner Pichai has been more visible when you think about the role of tech CEO in two thousand nineteen How much of it is running a company and how much of it is appearing in front of Congress doing damage control either externally or within the company? You know being being that kind of public face. Yeah my guess is that it's a lot more dealing with diplomacy than he expected when he signed up for the job. The part of that is the this new world on under president. Trump freight like google is just how to deal with a lot more issues that never dealt with them to the administration at early says publicly. Let me play. Devil's advocate with you there certainly headlines. That have come out since this news broke that. Say Ma- day to day this. It doesn't really matter. Signed up was in charge of Google. You know since twenty fifteen and yet I at least had the wow reaction action to this so is it a big deal It isn't it isn't it's someone put it to me yesterday. Like gives a a corporate structure jury reality right that sooner was effectively running google running. Google is ninety nine percent of all alphabet Revenue is close to that amount of the personnel right like self driving cars like extension projects all these things are sort of very small comparative the beast. That is Google. It is a big deal in the sense of the. It's going to change the way the company structure is. It's this big tech conglomeration that it's built up since announcing alphabet. It's never really been clear. How these larger moonshot projects and experiments are going to be turned into commercial operations and actually operate like companies? It's a reflection that the board and the founders decided like. They're comfortable as soon dr and he's the one that has to sort..

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"snow leopard" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"snow leopard" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

"And that's where your hit parade marches today. Not just one week but more than five hundred weeks from two thousand ten to the present now. We won't have have time to cover all these weeks. And all of the decades hits but we will walk through the tens year-by-year tracking the folk quays of our American hit parade the billboard hot one hundred. Don't believe me just watch listen. Aw Michelle pfeiffer out by them. As an Apex Predator the presence of snow leopards informs us about the health of their environment. That's why the Snow Leopard Trust has turned to Microsoft. Ai Hi to find and study these elusive animals with Ai. It only takes minutes to analyze thousands of remote camera images and understand Dan where these animals are so researchers have more time to protect them and their ecosystem see how at Microsoft Dot com slash. Ai How do we begin to define a decade CAM. One sound define a whole ten years. Well not not really. It was the scene and found that defined a decade four more than forty years. About as long as I've been alive the one thousand nine hundred seventy s have been called the disco but of course the seventies were more than that from album rock to singer. SONGWRITERS writers. Easy listening to outlaw country early metal to funk and punk or how about the nineteen nineties today. We're covering in those ten years when plaid grunge and coffee were all the rage. The nineties nineties have been tagged the grunge decade for at least a quarter century. Sorry now even though hip hop boy bands and millennial teen pop are equally if not more definitive for that period before we talk about the tens. Let me offer my own. Decades of Pop Grand Unified Theory. I believe decades of music can be divided. vited very broadly into halves. The first half of a decade is mostly one thing the second half another for example in the nineteen seventies the so called disco decade led off with a soft rock half from roughly nine thousand. Nine hundred seventy two seventy four and a disco half from roughly nine thousand nine hundred seventy five to seventy nine granted. Reducing reducing a decade to just two modes is also a flagrant over simplification but this system of mine is useful for understanding outstanding major pop trends and it pretty much works for every decade of the last half century like the sixties which was half girl groups and doo-wop half British invasion and hippie pop in the eighties was half electro new wave. And half what I call big big hair music hair metal and big voice divas..

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"snow leopard" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"snow leopard" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"And that's where your hit parade marches today. Not just one week but more than five hundred weeks from two thousand ten to the present now. We won't have have time to cover all these weeks. And all of the decades hits but we will walk through the tens year-by-year tracking the folk quays of our American hit parade the billboard hot one hundred. Don't believe me just watch listen. Aw Michelle pfeiffer out by them. As an Apex Predator the presence of snow leopards informs us about the health of their environment. That's why the Snow Leopard Trust has turned to Microsoft. Ai Hi to find and study these elusive animals with Ai. It only takes minutes to analyze thousands of remote camera images and understand Dan where these animals are so researchers have more time to protect them and their ecosystem see how at Microsoft Dot com slash. Ai How do we begin to define a decade CAM. One sound define a whole ten years. Well not not really. It was the scene and found that defined a decade four more than forty years. About as long as I've been alive the one thousand nine hundred seventy s have been called the disco but of course the seventies were more than that from album rock to singer. SONGWRITERS writers. Easy listening to outlaw country early metal to funk and punk or how about the nineteen nineties today. We're covering in those ten years when played grunge and coffee were all the rage. The nineties nineties have been tagged the grunge decade for at least a quarter century. Sorry now even though hip hop boy bands and millennial teen pop are equally if not more definitive for that period before we talk about the tens. Let me offer my own. Decades of Pop Grand Unified Theory. I believe decades of music can be divided divided. Very broadly into halves. The first half of a decade is mostly one thing the second half another. For example in the nineteen seventies the so called disco decade led off with a soft rock half from roughly nine thousand nine hundred seventy two seventy four and a disco half from roughly nine thousand nine hundred seventy five to seventy nine granted. Reducing reducing a decade to just two modes is also a flagrant over simplification but this system of mine is useful for understanding outstanding major pop trends and it pretty much works for every decade of the last half century like the sixties which was half girl groups and doo-wop half British invasion and hippie pop in the eighties was half electro new wave. And half what I call big big hair music hair metal and big voice divas..

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"snow leopard" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"snow leopard" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Being sentenced to death by electrocution just for wearing a fur coat that's the shocking verdict that was handed down on rain dance as she lay imprisoned in a filthy cold metal shed on a Minnesota for farm sadly this cute cuddly northern bobcats only crime was being born with a beautiful fur coat and if she wasn't sold to a pet home before reaching one year of age she would be electrocuted for her for that's where big cat rescue comes on saving rain dance and fifty five other kittens from that brutal slaughter house given new life you can personally meet rain dance now fully grown in her gorgeous spotted coat take a guided tour of big cat rescue and get within three feet of her and over one hundred other big cats including lions Tigers snow leopards Panthers Cougars and bobcats hear their heart wrenching stories of hope there are day towards kids stores and feed the cats doors learn more about big cat rescue and tore times at big cat rescue dot org that's a big cat rescue dot org football season is back for me unsolicited fantasy football advice and commentary one one oh two point five the ball introducing the ball that is the John Brennan in my life tomorrow these local well nine oh four north Dale Maybury highway and Tampa as we broadcast everything you need to know about your fantasy one oh two point five the bone back to one point five the bone for you radio now the Mike radio show on one O. two point five the bone that's been the mall yeah.

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"snow leopard" Discussed on Slate's If Then

Slate's If Then

09:39 min | 1 year ago

"snow leopard" Discussed on Slate's If Then

"You can find that made all the difference anyway gets podcasts created by Bank of America but would you like the power to do do you studying also elusive it's known as the ghost of the mountain for researchers at the Snow Leopard Trust the answer is artificial intelligence by using Microsoft Day I to analyze thous remote camera images for snow leopards a task that used to take three days is now done in minutes so researchers have more time to save this threatened species C L. Microsoft day I helps protect our environment at Microsoft dot com slash. 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Dot com Ashley what next before Ya'll went to work for facebook she'd been deep in the national security world out of it overseas but in two thousand fifteen she started rethinking her focus it started occurring to me that a bigger threat in my mind to all the things ride cared about whether it be democracy civil discourse our national security was no longer coming from this thing abroad that I was working on and I started thinking it was bread breakdown of civil discourse here at home so start digging in started looking at why that was happening and I'm not saying social media's the only reason it was happening but did start exploring then started speaking about it and and was asked once on podcast do I think Mark Zuckerberg is to blame and I said something along the lines of I don't think Mark Zuckerberg set out to destroy democracy and gave US the answer I don't think this is anything intentional but I do question who he has a just decision making table and I suspect it's not people with my background's your background having been a CA officer yes having been AC- I after having been a diplomat overseas having worked on the ground with real people affected by policies decisions conflicts over the last few weeks this question of facebook's role in public discourse is back in the headlines specifically how facebook treats politic gle advertising good afternoon thank you very much for allowing me to spend ten minutes or so with you this afternoon our facebook that's Nick Clegg facebook ZAC and former British politician and we're playing this tape because he kicked off this advertising controversy again when he spoke the Atlantic Festival recently and that's why I want to be re League clear with you today we do not submit speech by politicians to our independent fact checkers and we generally allow it on the platform even when it would otherwise breach our normal content rules of course that got major pushback most notably from Elizabeth Warren Brin and Joe Biden and last week Mark Zuckerberg defended the policy in a speech he gave at Georgetown couching it as part of facebook's larger commitment to free speech one of the questions they asked me during my interview which I actually heard Mark Zuckerberg talk about during his speech the other day they asked me do you think we should ban political advertising not together given the sensitivity around political ads. I've considered when we should stop allowing them all together a from a business perspective the controversy certainly is not worth the very small part of our business that they make up and I did say you know what I would probably be the easiest thing to do because I assume you're not actually making as much money from political advertising as you are from industries and other stuff however oh I don't think you guys should ban political advertising because I look at this globally and if you ban political advertising you're tilting the scales towards the incumbents who already have access to media access to information especially in countries that have more digital regimes and you'd be squashing the Voice of the smaller party the little a person so I do actually fundamentally believe that and I heard Mark Zuckerberg say that the other day and I agree with him political ads can be an important part of voice especially for local candidates and up and coming challengers advocacy groups in the media might not otherwise cover that way they can get their voice into the debate I do fundamentally.

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MacOS Catalina Users Were Shocked That Microsoft Word 2011 Stopped Working

The Personal Computer Radio Show

02:19 min | 1 year ago

MacOS Catalina Users Were Shocked That Microsoft Word 2011 Stopped Working

"Ford uses are unhappy with apple's new Cavallina operating system apple released its new operating system catalina for the desktop Mac and uses we have upgraded have had to make a few adjustments the revamp operating system introduces a host of features such as the apple arcade game streaming service and revamped PODCAST TV and music APPs however uses reporting an unwelcomed fries Microsoft word twenty eleven is incompatible with Catalina installing catalina is a sweeping upgrade because a new adding system will no longer support apps designed to run on the thirty two bit processors that most computers had in one thousand nine hundred ninety s and early two thousand dozens in basic terms thirty two bit processors are able to access four gigabytes of memory to run the calculations needed to comply task the amount of memory a Prussian can access impacts assists speed apple began us being sixty four bit processors which can theoretically access sixteen he ib of memory in the early two thousands and been trying to face is out thirty two bit APPS for the last ten years Mac operating systems have been sixty four bit since the release of Snow Leopard in two thousand nine when Apple released high Sierra in twenty seventeen the company started learning uses that it would soon and support for thirty two bit APPs with pop up messages with release of Catalina Apple is now forcing any straggling uses to finally switch over to using sixty four bit APPs those who have been clinging onto thirty two bit Microsoft Word Twenty Eleven A. now out of luck and they have to purchase Microsoft Word he's sixteen or Microsoft Word Twenty nineteen there are also a number of other thirty two bit APPs that people won't be able to use either like old diverse awesome photoshop or excel yet uses seem particularly incense about word perhaps because for many of us it is so integral

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"snow leopard" Discussed on Slate's Working

Slate's Working

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"snow leopard" Discussed on Slate's Working

"Hi you're listening to working in the show about what people do all day I'm your host Greg Lavallee and I'm the director of technology here at slate and this mini series of working brought to you by Microsoft green manager zero Marianne has lung code in a multitude of languages and now uses her skills to help manage hundreds of software engineers we talked about what it's like to write cobol how she used coating to achieve career all of working with the State Department and Her Management Philosophy ESL got schooled on one of my own lightning round questions what is your name and what do you do hi my name is Maryanne Belotti I am an engineering manager which is run engineering teams currently for being called off zero and what is off zero do its identity as a service so basically means we do log INS for websites mobile apps all sorts of different clients given day do you write code for zero or are you mostly managing people who write code for ought zero so when I first started running engineering teams I tried to do that tried to be writing code while also managing people and the power dynamics of that get really messed up really quickly so I learned that lesson really effectively he really quickly so do write code but I write code mainly for my own purposes and I shifted sort of by professional code writing to do things that run in parallel to what my engineers are doing rather than like part of the process so for example I really big into something called formal specification or all methods which is this idea of can you prove that a computer program will always do the correct thing regardless of inputs and outputs that's something that is not well adopted in engineering at large so it doesn't conflict with anything my engineers are doing but it allows me to provide a different level insight and sometimes contribution to the same tactical conversation so while my engineers are working through problems I'll often be modeling the same problems with the foremost Russian language as I like to use to sort of see if I can find different outlier events that we WANNA consider in those conversations so we're not entirely on technical but like the vast reverse possibilities our management and you said formal specification languages or these different computer languages than the rest of the engineering team would use yeah I mean that the it's a point of contention among the formal specification community because there are some people that really don't like calling them languages because then the people think of them as programming languages and they're not it just it's a formal syntax that a computer can parse in order to check the your model is correct it'll run like you can think of it in terms of like very analysis so it'll run like all various possibilities of inputs and outputs that you can give in it and compare it to the constraints that you have defined and see if he can find it scenario where something that you've told it is not supposed to happen actually will happen so it's not a programming language per se but from a non technical perspective the difference between the the two of those is so thin and so narrow it's almost irrelevant and what language do most of the people right in language juniper reading the most of in zero primarily a node J s shop we've got a little bit of go and there's a little bit of Java and various parts of the architecture but most everything is in node so jobs gripped. How long have you been reading javascript writing javascript and what were you what were you willing recoding in before that is primarily python was familiar with Java script had built things in node I thought I think I probably thought that I was more familiar with node than when I came to an organization that had basically built it out professionally and tire product on top of it and then I was like oh all right so like this is grown a little bit more robust and a little bit more mature than the last time I really looked at it as a developer so it's fun I definitely learned things every day from watching my engineers working but I do like read and write Java script and that's super helpful when when you're managing winging engineering team to like understand the primary function of the team how do you study in in so Lucy it's known as the ghost of the mountain for researchers at the Snow Leopard Trust the answer is artificial intelligence by using Microsoft Ai to analyze thousands of camera images for snow.

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How an Oklahoma woman learned to fly like an eagle in Mongolia

60 Minutes

01:23 min | 2 years ago

How an Oklahoma woman learned to fly like an eagle in Mongolia

"Now how did a woman from Oklahoma in tough out here in Mongolia well I read a book on fell in it's like the fire was lit I just knew I had to do it and as I was researching I went to the library and I found this old book that had black and white photos of eagle hunters from Mongolia so you know this beautiful shaggy horse in this man with a giant eagle and a fox belt on his horse and it just looked like the most incredible thing I thought I have to I have to see it I have to do it at the age of seventeen her father a former Air Force stealth pilot brought her to Mongolia Lauren returned five years later with funding from a Fulbright scholarship then she earned a PhD based on her work with the eagle hunters these are the people that can talk to animals because they have relationships with goats sheep horses camels eagles they have intimate knowledge of where snow leopards are in fox's are there's no agriculture here because the lance not arable so they've ingeniously learn to domesticate animals and then build these unique relationship for wild animals it's a relationship that she learned from people who indoor the life of nineteenth century ranchers they are house ox who make up just four percent of

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QuickTime for Windows is a bad idea

TechStuff

03:13 min | 2 years ago

QuickTime for Windows is a bad idea

"And 2016 apple chose to end support for QuickTime for windows. Now, there are a lot of people out there who still have quick time installed on their windows machines that is a bad idea because it could serve as a point of vulnerability for your computer. It could provide the opportunity for a hacker to target an exploit that software and get access to your computer or perhaps install malware on your machine. And the reason why this is a problem. Is when a company stops supporting software. They no longer issue. Updates to it, which means they can no longer. Patch? Any vulnerabilities that are found so any vulnerabilities that are discovered continued to be vulnerabilities. So it's a good idea to uninstall QuickTime on a windows machine. If you happen to have it on one of those seek Elon alternative like veal media player, by the way. This isn't just me offering this advice the department of homeland security said the same thing in two thousand sixteen and twenty eighteen apple announced that it in its effort to move from thirty two bit apps to sixty four bit apps. It would be phasing out support for older software that includes older versions of QuickTime, including the QuickTime seven player which had remained an optional. Installation for MAC OS, ten snow leopard, even as the QuickTime player ten was released. So you might have wanted to keep QuickTime seven because it had some options that QuickTime. Ten got rid of including the ability to play those older QuickTime files. But now, they those pieces of software will fail without compromise. Because of this move from the thirty two bit to the sixty four bit approach for apps. So. Yikes. So you could argue that QuickTime as is largely obsolete today. It was very important for establishing computer video. But today, it's not nearly as instrumental technology. It is definitely obsolete on windows machines. So things like HDL all five have done away with the need for external players online like web browsers can natively play a lot of media now. Thanks to the the the the features of HTML five apple still supports QuickTime for MAC OS ten but the last update was ten point four and that came out several years ago. So we're kind of sunsetting it now one other thing I do want to mention before I conclude is that an interesting thing about QuickTime was it gave -tunities for developers to create time based synchronized apps that weren't necessarily video playback apps. The tools for QuickTime. Were so dependent upon keeping accurate time that developers could leverage that and create software for other applications that also relied heavily on keeping accurate time stuff like scientific measurement software, adding that's pretty darn cool that it all came out of a desire to to be able to play video on the computer screen

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"snow leopard" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"snow leopard" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"It's very strong animal, and you know, on my championship t short jersey, I have this. Exactly snow leopard image tension mountains of mica home-country Kirghistan and the sound like it's showing it like a leopard followed by a panther. Snow? All because. I was thinking of going. We're getting close to ten. And then I watched like, then I just went well look at that, man. That's that's championship swag that. They got right now. They're just walking. It was really really cool to watch and one last thing. And then I'll go talk. I know he's chomping at the bit over there. I want to clarify what I mean about you know, I've always loved your technique. I've always loved your approach and everything. But I know that a lot of your martial arts background comes from respect. And what I like is a fan is fight. You know what I mean like that? Like like, what you see in the streets. Now, I feel like you have to blend a little bit of the two in the ones that come from the art form the respect the martial arts. Dan, Tom's of martial artists as well. Sometimes we have discussions and arguments 'cause I see a different. But that's what I meant about Toronto. I think you mixed to you still kept Tutu, you're true to your art. But you still had the violence like the fans loved it, man. Those take downs were vicious the strikes. I mean, you went after her with an aggression. It was it was something to behold, and this is a message to all fighters going after title. That's how you go. After a time. You know what? I mean, you don't sit there and go, okay. And the judges say forty eight forty seven you don't do this and like Valentino. Sitting there going come to say my name because she knew it. She knew it. We all knew it all there was no way unless they said the blind. Judges will now give their scores. We all knew it. That's how you go. After a title you either get the finish. Or you win those damn rounds and leave nothing to the judges, or at least that it's not obvious. When the Rams were ten nine. No problem. They weren't sitting there going down that was close ten nine. You know what I mean? That's how you do a Valentine a good job on the scene that was. That's why I covered the sport for moments like that going. Well, this might be a stupid question. But just because you brought it up. What is the different is the difference between a snow leopard and a regular Brentwood color, just the color and the environment or as the apple little different. I think it's more. Yeah. Habitat where they leave. But the way the animal access kind of the same. I would say this kind of animals they have very like Samson very much in common. But of course, it's very difficult. It's very different because snow leopard it's living by itself alone. So I feel partisan same. Because he said leopard, and he said, no snow. That's I was living in mountains. Very high mountains, it's very difficult to survive. They're in a lot of snow. It's like it's cold, very cold. It has a very long tail and it's like you have to like just see the sentinel..

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"snow leopard" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"snow leopard" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"I hear from Helen Hong the undefeated Santa Fe snow leopards were riding high into their minor league division championships. But lost a stunning three games in a row in the playoffs. Was that the pressure of the playoffs being televised on ESPN three was that the distraction of screaming fans dressed up as all manner of snow leopards dwell turns out it was just Vits unbeknownst to the poor snow leopards their Queant manager had switched the brand of black. Under I grease which players used to reduce glare, this new Greece which had the suspicious consistency of cheap shoe polish caused all of the players to break out with huge embarrassing pimples. It's my first time being on ESPN Mon the first basement Jorges. Shabas? I look like I'm an eighth grade again. Indeed, the mass breakouts were such an embarrassment for the snow leopards nicknamed by some cruel fans as the spotted leopards that they spent most of the game holding their hands in front of their faces rather than actually trying to hit or catch balls while they're done for the season management has already sold naming rights for next year. And they're really excited for opening day Accutane stadium. A minor league baseball team. Tell the loss of getting pimples from there. I black your next story of an excuse. In sport comes from Adam Burke, we've all had bosses annoyingly tried to raise morale the guy that walks up and down high fiving, everyone one man streptococcus delivery system. The manager that insists on celebrate every birthday, even though we all know Cheryl from accounts as getting fired at the end of the month. Well, it turns out such forced enthusiasm extends to professional sports where it can be just as harmful in a recent interview, legendary Washington Redskins running back Clinton Portis said it was just that type of forced pep rally in the jinx teams two thousand eight season Portis railed against then coach Jim Zoran and his practice of having the team gathering the locker room to cheer hip hip hooray like a Connecticut polo team from the thirties and saying that it contributed to the skin. Nhs blowing their five to start to the season. That's how the locker room got divided. He explained while locker room rituals or certainly common in professional sports. The preferred mantras tend to be more modern pop culture are intended unless like something you'd hear it. A rally for the bull moose party or a group of people trying to cheer up a morose Victorian clown. Grown man explained. Portis? You're sitting here thinking about hip hip and throwing up like you kidding me. What Portas frustration is certainly understandable. It doesn't hold a candle to having to sing for. He's a jolly good fellow to Peter sago for five minutes before every show before he'll go on. Redskins season ruin being because they were forced to say hip who Ray by their coach your last story of a reason for a route comes from faith Sailly Ukrainian figure skating couple and a statia Puna Marinko and Maksim Bondar have been undefeated champions. They're also Ukraine's biggest love story together for nine years on the ice their romance is fire. They never stumble. So imagine the shock during a recent national competition when Anastacia not only faltered, but actually fell on her took us, according to a breathless interview, she gave just after her disastrous performance it all began right before they skated onto the ice when maxim took off his warmup jacket and annotation notice something weird. It was Maxim's left. Nipple extremely prominent under his sparkly spandex. Was he cold this man who spends his days on the ice? No, his right nipple. Looked common toasty wait thought in a stage. It's not his nipple. It's nipple ring. She lost all focus the moment. They started their potted when she pressed against maxims chess. She felt the hard metal. How could this be why had he done? This was he having an affair. Her lutts was lame her triple sow cow was barely a single cow at the end of the performance Anastacia collapsed, the audience gasped the judges gaped, but then maximum cut down on the ice on one knee. He reached into his Uniterd groping his nipple to extract the diamond ring he tape there when he asked you a station marry him, she pouted his chest and Saab tuck tight Euboea, you doc, which is Ukrainian for. Yes. You bastard. Happy. Fiancee's have just signed a deal with Ukraine's largest jeweler to create a line of nipple tongue knows engagement rings. Four performance. I stanford..

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Eric, South Sudan and Hungary discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

02:21 min | 3 years ago

Eric, South Sudan and Hungary discussed on BBC World Service

"From the streets of estan bull turkey's largest city here ahead of sunday's snap elections they've been called by the country's veteran president rigid type heard on but with the economy creaking the to say this vote is no done deal so what's really at stake find out with me at butler after the news bbc news but jerry smith there's been widespread criticism of the united states decision to withdraw from the united nations human rights council washington says the body is biased but the un human rights chief said now was not the time for the us to be stepping back the european union said the us was undermining its role as a champion of democracy hungary is expected to pass new laws today which the government says will protect the country from a legal immigration and prevent migrants being relocated from other eu countries critics say the legislation will demonize asylum seekers and criminalize human rights groups south sudan's rebel leader and it's president to meet in ethiopia for talks their first in two years rivalry between the two men react machar and salva care led to the civil war that has devastated the country since two thousand thirteen eric says it will send a delegation to ethiopia following peace overtures from the new government in have about a border wall which broke out in the late ninety s claimed tens of thousands of lives the coalition fighting for the internationally recognized government in yemen says is now in full control of data airport it's a week now since the start of an all out offensive to clear the key red sea port city of hutu rebels who've controlled it for several years the authorities in indonesia say they now believe at least one hundred and eight hundred people are missing after a ferry sank in a lake in sumatra only eighteen survivors have been found china has opened a new research lab devoted to the preservation of giant pandas and other threatened species including the golden snub nosed monkey and the snow leopard the research base is located inside china's newly established giant panda national park twenty seven thousand square kilometer area stretching across south western china bbc news.

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Nest drops price of its home security system to $400

Geek News Central

07:45 min | 3 years ago

Nest drops price of its home security system to $400

"Article. There's a great article in Computerworld talking about the Evelyn of the MAC o. s. and MAC o. s. x. or always ten. And you know, it's a stable going back from since two thousand one and is a sixteen slides that talk about every Franken, the origin of cheetah, two, Puma to Jaguar, to panther to tiger in all the stuff that was long ago, leopard. I remember leopard, snow, leopard, lion, mountain lion Mavericks. So again, all these versions of of OS ten and the history thereof linked up in the show. No chicken kinda do a trip down memory lane for you, MAC pants or nest his drop the price of its security cameras or security systems to four hundred dollars. And you know, one of the main knocks against Ness comprehensive smart home security system was its high high cost to they drop. The price by one hundred bucks again from four ninety. Nine to three ninety. Nine. It's still not cheap. You know when I put in my security system here, which I have upgraded a couple of times with some new sensors and stuff. I think I spent, oh, with cameras and everything. Wow, maybe three thousand dollars and this stuff. Now four hundred bucks get you a kit to get started, and then he can buy additional sensors and stuff for like forty dollars. It's just amazing. It really is to me, I still like having a local. I have an actual alarm local monitored service someone locally that you know, I, I know the team over there and they service my system and come in replaced batteries and anything that needs to be done with the system on a service call. And I pay a premium for that. I'd probably pay forty dollars a month for the monitoring service, but I'll be honest with you. It. I do really believe the local hands on is better largely because when they call me if there's a false alarm, usually someone I've talked to in the past there. There, they know their customers. I can call him and say, hey, we're going to be out for three or four days. You know, if there's an alarm, it's the real deal because no one's going to be home in. So have you know communications with them works out well, anyway, Lincoln up. Show notes on that. Zamzam galaxy note, nine release date is out. So just be aware that that's coming down the pike here and they say the date. Thought we had the date. The launch date is August ninth. And of course the veil ability be somewhere around there. So all the specs are available for the galaxy note nine. All right, Facebook memories is a dedicated spot for nostalgia. That's something new to Facebook. I hate that nostalgia stuff in it pops up. It's kind of annoying. But if you wanna look at memories, you can do that. That's a new section in Facebook. Today. Also, the department of treasury has issued another round of sanctions against a handful of Russian groups and individuals. These latest sanctions have been placed against companies are controlled by and have provided support the Russia's federal security services as well as cemented teaser owner by or have acted on behalf of those that have allegedly supported the FSP. He's no, that Mueller and his team had an. Indicted some Russian companies. Did you hear? One of them came. I don't know if we talked about on the show of common and wanna fight and want to go to court and they're demanding discovery. Now, the words they have a right to all the stuff that they've been charged. They've got a right to defend themselves so that during discovery they can get all the evidence against them. I hope that goes full court because I wanna see them publish all that stuff online. I think that would be pretty awesome now, I don't know what's it's going to happen. I would suspect that probably Muir seem to think no one would fight and it's probably going to, I would suspect they'll drop it, but then they even look even worse. But it's gonna be interesting to see what what happens in that particular case. Little shot of h. two. Oh here. Sorry. So some of you love the blackberry. The blackberry, keynote is now available for four hundred dollars. So if you are interested in that particular mobile device, you can definitely check it out. When I tell you, Kirk, we're hitting hitting about the fifty minute Mark. So so far, the feedback has been positive to the show being Jews a little bit shorter. So I don't know how we kinda hit this. I'm hit this fifty Mark, but so far it seems to be working pretty good and I don't know why I thought I had the comments. I'd gotten several comments spent and copy him into the right folder, but safari when it's respondent, I apologize, don't have your emails to read directly. I must've screwed up. 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"snow leopard" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"snow leopard" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"To you by snow leopard critique of course we'll go out with the with the honeycomb song but snow leopard boutique with mother's day coming i gotta tell ya mother's day coming winners at may thirteenth sunday guinea to go check out all the fancy things they have in it's not just the candles and the vases and the carpets and the furniture and the pillows and for for the ladies the fashion and apparel and the art by god it's good food pat tastes and spreads and sauces and barbecue sauce bone doctor and the chocolates it's a no brainer if you're like i can't afford it then just get some moonstruck chocolates get their box of four or six no brainer for your grandma your mom your wife your daughter whoever you want that is a mother check it out today mentioned the time anderson show and say hey tom anderson recommended rick milliken recommended great show in the morning they love us we love them and we'll go out with honeycomb or well we can i wish we could do a honeycomb in and c music factory mix or rob base i wanna go to snow leopard right now i'm tom basin i came to buy chocolates i am not internationally known just want the microphone i love your let's play honeycomb now because i want to just played a little so people remember seats honey listen to the voice boma singer the color of snow leopard okay that's it because i want to go out with with with which one are we going to go out with robbie yeah we'll do i love it deems party people by the.

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"snow leopard" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

Reasons to be Cheerful

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"snow leopard" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

"On the old snow leopards situation i think people at now think they're going to get free snow leopards for having written a but we had some beautiful photoshop image of you've images of you would see that light be with me buying a snow leopard ferruzzi winterton nor real snow leopard but a sponsoring the snow leopard eaten check last week checked off titles like all of the the business again on a young back to lauren on a young trade union activists based in the glasgow air and i felt compelled to you a project they've been running for a couple of years it does sound like a great project this they aim to unionized young workers in hospitality retail and other low paid service at work is it's called better than zero and she supplies a facebook reference which will supply ilna facebook duda it was initially thought the campaign against peres contracts buzz now burgeoned to burgeoned into a campaign against precarious work they will response for changing the staff tips policy at last last iguana us west off he said to give up three percent of their tips for no clear reason bt's ed organized a few days of direct action against them the restaurant quickly changed their policy says staff could keep all of the tip cbs that doesn't excellent work in scotland in highlighting bad employment practices representing young workers and haunting a pile of digital and social media the key thing about this is being run by young people with experience of working low paid jobs and they're putting social events club nuts to raise awareness that it's not ok for young people to be treated in the way they are at work actual best zero lighted a shout out by you guys and there it is yes fiction a office has by the way that we all britain's greatest bro months i am this this comes from charlotte's who says high eddin jeff your education podcasts really would lows fit for thought i'd been thinking about how to reward students for that non academic endeavors and jazz his comments on the national back by lorry ethic that as have given me a push to make it happen i should mention that shall as head of year twelve in in a london says it also may be remembered i work in a state school that's already doing loads of positive things for example.

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"snow leopard" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"snow leopard" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Hasn't stopped people from looking into it other studies have suggested that list stole mania reveal how big of a role music plays in the human sex drive probably saw some of said that a might prove that we're we're not that different from birds you know you hear a song and you're like who i've got a little libido go on it actually makes a bit of sense to if you take care of yourself and learn a skill like music one psychologists explained than you can lightly take care of a mate and i don't know about that theory is the theory goes franz liszt's made women fate because he was just two darn perfect well hand some guy france louis you know what you might say that was a waste of 12 minutes of my life or i hope your thoughtful about it and say now i know a little bit more about franz liszt he passed away in the mid 1800's in germany but what a guy and back then he was a big deal by the way does music make you do something or colors or name recognition will maybe it makes should go into how franz liszt all man the girls are gonna start screaming see that's from slips that nice well why you play this let me talk about snow leopard batik it's got the elegance snow leopard gucci for you to visit you might even think about franz liszt oh my god the decor the fruit we should always play this when i talk about snow leopard now because we go out with honeycomb that gorgeous honeycomb color building but i lean bear in team we're going to talk about some specials were going to posted on their facebook page the first thing is you got to like the snow leopard boutique facebook page of your on social media next let me tell you.

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"snow leopard" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"snow leopard" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Hasn't stopped people from looking into a other studies have suggested that list still mania reveal how big of a role music plays in the human sex drive probably saw some of said that it might prove that we're we're not that different from birds you know you hear a song and you're like who i've got a little libido going on but actually makes a bit of sense to if you take care of yourself and learn a skill light music one psychologists explain than you can lightly take care of a mate and i don't know about that theory is the theory goes franz liszt's made women faint because he was just two darn perfect well hands some guy france louis you know what you might say that was a waste of 12 minutes of my life or i hope your thoughtful about it and say now i know a little bit more about franz liszt he passed away in the mid 1800's in germany but what a guy and back then he was a big deal by the way does music make you do something or colors or name recognition will maybe it makes you go into power franz liszt oh man the girls are going to start screaming see that's franz liszt that nice well why you play this let me talk about snow leopard batik it's got the elegance snow leopard boutique for you to visit you might even think about franz liszt oh my god the core the for we should always play this when i talk about snow leopard now as we go out with honeycomb that gorgeous honeycomb color building but i lean bear in team we're gonna talk about some specials were gonna posted on their facebook page the first thing is you got like the snow leopard boutique facebook page of your on social media next let me tell you.

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"snow leopard" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"snow leopard" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Like i knew you'd audibly snow leopard boutique as a sponsor of our program i lean bear and a grandson gunnar run the run the i won said the program the boutique you gotta check out facebook and look at their specials look at what they're selling look at their product line they have some exclusives that only they sell i'll tell you one bone dr i'm all in eight posted actually on my personal page i said all i ran at a bone dr barbecue sauce after stop i'll i'm it stopped today because i'll be an anchorage at capstone express i might run over in by some but let me tell you this rick i think that that they're exclusivity at snow leopard is as big a deal as their inventory meaning when you can go in there like to get pacific green furniture and it's exclusive and you know that i mentioned before these belgians soaps in these special palm woods and you can get out there or and anna back with jewelry or said dickins tiles at a law many people in alaska cell said they can styles about with their one of the few if the only and i i won't korten say though only but smaller boutique is open ten thirty am until five pm and they're open basically monday tuesday wednesday thursday friday saturday it's exciting rick is looking at me smiling by the way have you ever thought about you do order your gifts snow leopard by the way has a honeycomb color buildings so it with big lions in the front so that's why we go out with a honeycomb song but when you buy gifts ugo local to places like snow leopard and you buy a line right you do a mix yes i do report anyone locally by local if it's somebody in a low of 48 than i try to do online because it's just difficult and expensive to ship from here in let's it's that unique item that like the mime horn moonstruck chocolate can have the i could do that or your wife here but it but it for ordering and then it's when they're out of state especially it's so easy isn't a you can get it wrapped to can't you oh yeah absolutely.

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"snow leopard" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:38 min | 4 years ago

"snow leopard" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"A quite little retirement community i have a buddy who was a pastor there up until just a month ago he moved to the east coast and very quiet little town one of the most beautiful golf courses you'll ever see in your life i would think it's like wolf creek or something like that but dumb about eighty five miles from vegas and this guy was a retired according to his brother had retired and just look the quiet life but who knows what happened he definitely had some level a nervous breakdown but more than that whenever you plan with platforms in a sweet of that magnitude without any guns he was ticked off is hey let's let's think of something positive is that fair and we'll get into other news here when we come back time anderson show third hour always here's a good thing i want to talk about a bright perky joyful happy attitude that's what you get when you go to snow leopard boutique snow leopard boutique is at four hundred west international airport road and guess what they're open 1030 right after the show ten thirty a m 205 pm monday tuesday wednesday thursday friday saturday six days a week and i love it they got they got a real really big sale right now and if you go you could look they have things like like you know they're they're lambs and and it will we're posting this week all sorts 25 percent off on the home to core items and home assessories and you'll see you'll see on the post you've got gotta like snow leopard boutique you need to like snow leopard boutique that facebook page to see what they're posting and their different brands but i lean bear her grandson gunnar their patriots i know there are morning today with this tragic loss in las vegas snow leopard boutique they really really know how to make you feel good i was looking at some of the post in a video from last week and i was thinking to myself man remarkable but maybe the nicest boutique in alaska and that's why they go out with the song honeycomb it's a honeycomb color billing check it out today tell 'em tom anderson sent you good morning this is on in the months the these the live and local with tom anderson at the border exam ab dembosky in.

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"snow leopard" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"snow leopard" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Blue central and myself and mike robbins from alaska integrated media group of us were like wow you really really look pretty really look nice ace and she said thanks and then i got home and i was bragging about snow upper boutique and she texted me and said hey tom and i said and she said member that outfit you guys complemented yeah i brought it at snow leopard boutique so it's like well yeah that's kind of any one that you don't plan and i lien said that this week a few folks from more sylla came out and purchase some things and they delivered some nice furniture to somebody in the valley and so thanks for those of you that lesson snow leopard boutique it has the myriad of things you just gotta check it out every single person that's gone there was like holy crap that is nice i mean that's like a seattle laura los angeles or chicago new york city boutique at that level they've got drew owlry they've got fragrances unit snow leopard boutique will go out with a honeycomb theme song of course because that's the color of the building with the two huge lion statues right in front of it smacked the app tell 'em tom anderson censure that's a big deal to me as well okay so we've got a story murkowski sullivan are they living up to their promises regarding the health care bill and where did they stand on this of course we're trying to many of us want to get rid of obamacare because it's so expensive i've got to pay my health insurance today before it lapses 1100 dollars you hear me bitch about that enough but i mean we're we're celebration in murkowski i know murkowski will play the club yes thanks direct milliken our producer were she said hey i'm not gonna supported right now until planned parenthood veterans mental health that medicaid other other audiences and recipients are covered where did they stand now ktv a gives us an update of the senate healthcare plan has gone back behind closed doors for a vision alaska fanaticism mcaskie down sullivan aren't getting extratime they wanted to review the bell mcaskie is ashley is seen as a potential swing vote anthrax reality chatchai trace says it's not the first time alaska senator has been at the forefront of a device of healthcare.

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