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Bloomberg Radio New York
"souder" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In a very lofty state at this point in time. You're seeing a lot of irrational trading to me. It's a sign of a market top. I'm very concerned when you see, as you see stocks up irrationally, 20, 30% in a short period of time. I think you're seeing a lot of rotation right now. But I think we're in for a very rough earnings season across the board. And I don't think it's going to be tough for most stocks. Here in the next three to 6 months. Kevin, just on that rough earnings season, you understand the arc of earnings season. It starts with the financials. You get some tech retail at the back end. Where is it that you think we begin to learn, draw some real conclusions with conviction as to the idea that this is rough and it's going to get rougher? Yeah, I mean, if you start to look, I think on the banks today, the earnings are sloppy. We've seen a peak and net interest income. So I think that's going to fear investors everyone is guiding down or missing out in net interest income for the most part. Expenses actually came in a little bit better than I would have thought today so far But then your revenue trends with an investment banking and trading are very weak. So I think you're starting to see, as you see, that's a sign of what the consumer is going to do. It's a silent corporations are going to do. And I think we're seeing revenue weakness. And I think expenses for a lot of areas today I was actually surprised on expenses. So far, I think expenses in wage inflation are going to be a problem for a lot of companies. We move forward. Kevin hill, I've been Kevin. Enjoyed that. Thank you, sir. As to take away from the team over at investor on the value side Tom, things are going to get tough. Expenses are going to be in focus. Short answer here is there's value and growth. That's what we were taught. And there was a period where maybe value had a couple of years a couple of years there, but basically it's maybe one out of two out of ten years. Value outperformed, someone like Lori kelvis, I mean, she's aged, waiting for value to come on here. And the answer is, okay, maybe this is values year spurred by week dollar spurred by international and maybe what that does to mid and small caps as well. But I really wonder about value large cap. The question I wanted to ask him is Apple a value stock. It's down X percent. I don't know. Tim Cook's taking a pay cut. Yeah, I saw that. Yeah, yeah, my pay was that I wouldn't mind that pay cut. Did you see what it was? 30 something million. Mister diamond maybe you'll take a pay cut. Yeah, because I've offered some small violins for I've offered for that. Chat about that. I said, you know, Mike, if you want to starve that Bill, you know, I'll take a pay cut. You've offered. Yeah. Yes. It's very kind of you. Thank you. Thank you for doing that for us. This is silly. John, I'm sorry. This is silly where we are with these banks. Look at the size. The billions of their profitability. We can't frame it. It's so big. Well, we've mentioned this a few times that conservative institutions unsure about the future. And regulated is one of our build reserves. Well, that's what you do. And you're doing it with Michael Barr coming in. This is not Bloomberg radio sports guy. This is Michael Barr first order academics and with some really clerked for David souder at the Supreme Court. And the answer is Michael Barr is going to come in as a new regulator on the block. And I think some of the presentation today is with mister Barr in the future. I'm done. Enjoy the long weekend. I will. Well, I'm not done, just done with you. And then I'll see you on Tuesday. We hanging out this weekend, watching some football. I'm going to watch Sunday's
AP News Radio
Panthers' win streak reaches 10 games with 6-1 rout of Wings
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Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks
"souder" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks
"Working stumps. I don't know if there's even a synopsis for there is a quote though It's guy gardner twisted disease. Maniac always trying to be the boy scout trying to do what others think is the right thing. It's guys like you. That always end up with ulcers or tower within gun going postal. Well how buddy guy. Gordon ain't got no ulcers already under list of items in this issue yellow power ring destroyed. I was unclear because it i mean. We got a big crack when he touched. But it looks like he's still have like yellow power around him when he was in the crater on the planet there. Yeah noah down. As i say i read the next two issues. He goes looking for more powers half. Yeah no that ring that this is the end of the road for that. You'll rinkins snatched like. Hey here's yeah But yeah oh yeah. He doesn't fancy man ki cape in this. I love how he goes after a risk with with an image of himself. I that's weird. You still love me baby. And is he just eject everyone back to earth at that point you know white it says i think so because i'm a warn everybody will know because i do next issue. I think guy wakes up in the hospital but also I think it's really look this up. 'cause i read it before. I think it's like green arrow eight oliver queens and new do know like a road trip is in new york not forget. Somehow he's like in the hospital with like he hears her big ruckus and it's like guy like you know. I guess all doctors over like. Oh you're such. They hear all messed up. You know i gotta get outta here. You know all of queens. What's going on you know. That's when guy gives you know the five second you know how nuts destroyed the core. I gotta go get me some new powers. Yeah so yeah oh. Isn't there panel work. Like guy is stabbed all the way through from back to front of like one of the panels. I'm looking yeah good. Yeah this issues either. Yes splash panels or does doubled paint. Oh i don't know. I don't know how like detonates ring. I think he throws them did it. Downed owen anna. Does he stem from bali. Maybe that was into the last issue. Maybe but i know it takes out. That ring guy loses that suit. Yeah it looks like he shoots back to earth I love it. I love the the end question more. Hardly hey this guy. We're talking about thirty started. A whole new ballgame. So yes he has he on yet another quest for yet more different power which is basically what he's doing to whenever. Oh paradox has the power. He just has a golan. He wants more power more arm. Oh well we'll get to that zero hour all right all right matthew. Coda what did you think well. It is in terms of big showdown Building for three issues. I didn't like it. They went big in terms of the pages and the stuff. But i haven't read ahead kind of left me wanting more wasn't the big rematch of them. Manner with no powers in the streets that we'd had way back when we got a lot of other ranters thrashed around not just lanterns for the jalen members get thrashed. Strahan's die you know. Well we've seed held off the deep end in the previous issues. They're not he'd your seemed rare. I don't really know where it is. He's trying to justify his personal pain and loss curse city yet demolish. But he's souder hanging out on our win for a fight at ninety strip screamer strips geiger down to his undies instance off seems a little bit out of character for this new character that we're skipping us too. But i mean. I assume they're not gonna turn green lantern. Hal jordan into nutcase. Resolve it immediately. So i guess the long game i mean maybe maybe a choice. But i'm like why would you kill kilowatt. But then he shoots guy back to earth to get like medical trojan yet. Kilowatt as you like kellogg. I mean so much of and this is just my opinion of course saves me so much of emerald. Twilight was specifically to not about character. It was about destroying anything. Everything about the core and making sure that how jordan ended up villain. Anti and guy gardner had his own book. So we're not kill. Yeah exactly so you know this and that led of course to him getting you know the alien powers which get removed pretty quickly birth. I mean it's again. It's funny guy has his own walkin and john's going dark star so it's like yeah we. We didn't bring these two in the emerald twilight. It's like why wouldn't you though the rv you know the big three land when you when you get down to it. The big five her. How and again they had at least one green lantern ring. The give us an astro y. You could've given guy of ring back and then him on could've taken. How because the again. The gordon's just let how. Walter power battery even took all the rings off. He was powerless. I think of such thing. I know we had to get rid of the coroner but i mean it as i feel like it was done in a hurry and done with those specific goals in mind and then it's just totally not going to be mentioned. Surprised that was there was something in the guy are earner book that they really kind of had to deal with it because of his ring right i get. Yeah so had to give a reason there why we're getting rid of the ring. Yeah yeah and so. Because he doesn't he doesn't show up for kyle until like if six fifty seven eight or is in the sixties. What guy know how. All right while i mean while after zero hour i mean he They member they duke it out issues zero that comes after what fifty five because commute fifty. Five fifty six okay. It's been a while right after zero hour okay. So here's my question to both you. It's like did we have to have the punch up with how with just like decimating. Everyone or could they just go and be like oh my god look what happened and then they find evidence that was how and we you know. Did we need the big massacre at the end. I think they wanted a showy way to destroy that ring right. I mean they could have had how leave a creek that blew it up on his hand in. You know cinnamon search powers or something. Yeah yeah it. Just doesn't make a lot of sense for him. Still be hanging around our and again to maybe. That's their way of saying okay. This is why the justice league isn't just going out and like bringing how to justice. Visit because yeah. He's basically overpowered..
Gee Thanks, Just Bought It
"souder" Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It
"How again like yes. get him. Strange musical instruments but like but like how that's not. I don't know what. I could have searched to find that Within the first couple of pages of search writing that is really fun. Harry yes how many i have to okay. I have to on the blue and the yellow. My dad has the the white my kids are like. can we get more. And i'm like nope. We need more from klay together. Honestly we sort of you sort of use them as characters through souder but the youtube journey is fascinated like cute very funny And like i said. I was just trying to think of like what am i really loved pot this year. Yeah maybe it's not useful at all but is just is just fun. I think buying things for fun is absolutely a good use case. Yeah you know. And and i think kind of going back to this whole idea of like if you buy something. How are you going to make that money back. And how are you going to monetize. And i feel like there's just not a ton of opportunity especially the older we get to just be like. Here's the thing that brings me joy. I find it fun. It's not hurting anyone. I like cavern. That is that's a great reason to buy something i mean. It doesn't have to be like impractical. Right oh look at it and they sit on top of our piano so you know it's like a music themed area. Sure yeah right right where. The band practices how this is so i mean again. You're pretty safe that no one will ever bring this arab like. Oh we've already talked about the tommy. That's what oh fun like. This is now inspiring me to like will i. Now i have to buy every child in my life one of these and every kid we upon i want one. Yeah i can't wait to ruin. my friends. lives by giving their children loud instruments way. Some of the high notes are very high. Yeah yeah yeah that is harley atma vestal. This is definitely. I don't know if. Dan listens to the podcast. I think i might get this for him for the holidays. Remli li dan gift. And you'll see when you addio. I sent you on instagram. Like he loves a useless instrument to play around the house. This is so good. I think this is gonna be. I think this is going to be a stocking staffer for the geezer stopping stuff. I think so one. Yeah and they're like what they sounded like thirty five bucks and i thirty. Yeah very five bucks about as much as you want to pay right totally. I feel like you can get them a little bit less. I don't know the latest one. I saw ambulance thirty five. I love Yeah i'm looking. I'm looking up right. Now there's lots of different kinds now. This varela yeah. It's very popular japanese electric musical instrument. Another leaving i did during the this is reminding me of his. I downloaded an app. That would let you like be a dj and like you could. It was like a synthesizer but on the ipad so you could like hit different buttons and like make songs that kept my interest for at least a few days so that was fun. I was like look. I'm a dj. How look anything to pass the time. Rulli this is so this is great. You you did a good kick outside and you've come up with a good one. I know i'm like i'm gonna get this for somebody. One hundred percent we're working on our guest guides right. Now this is going. I just sent it to jolie and in our group chat and i'm like this is has to go on the guy at because this is so fine who wouldn't love this line. I mean right. We just need more fun things. I feel like i especially this past year more joy. I'm glad you went for joy. This you picked a winner. Sara shepherd author of all of the pretty liars books and the newest safe in my arms which is out and you can get wherever books are sold. Do you have a favorite indie bookstore. You would like to shout out to send people to I have many There's a local one near me. Called the penguin books shop it's an semantically pennsylvania It is just. I think just like penguin book shop online. Hoping i'll find a link heck. Yeah penguin They are so great. And i'm so glad they've made it through. Yeah all this business and yeah perfect. I love them. Yeah so you can. Yeah right you can. I can buy safe in my arms hang bookshop. it's paying them. Bookshop dot com. Tell them sarah sent you. I will be purchasing my copy from here. I haven't on the kindle. I like to have like kind of like what you said where you're like. I don't know which books i've read. Having a hard copy for me is very important. Because when they're all on the kindle. I will rebuy books that i have already read because i know we have like. I don't have cover recognition. So it's like a whole thing but it's also a beautiful cover. And i'm i'm very excited for you. Congratulations thank you for you. I can't wait to see these various the many half novels of my life. Well i keep that as motivation for sure. Thank you so much for coming on g. Things just bought it and you guys. I will link to everything that we talked about on the show the clay the atone. Which i think we're all probably going owned by the end of the weekend And sarah thank you. I love having you thank you so much fun. All right five six three four eight other so..
Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast
"souder" Discussed on Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast
"The thought from jim nill. Well if that's the thought then. How does the raffle signing ballots anything the raffle signing balances. I don't think he makes. I think he's number thirteen number thirteen. That's i sure hope so. I don't think i don't think it though. and yes. We had a lot of guys who came up and played really well for the stars. This past season. Like i mean. Gardner gardner played fairly decent in the bottom six role and and same thing with With tanner kiro. He was probably the best one to fill in those bottom roles but he didn't like what we talked about. We talked about this a long time ago. Is that that fourth line. And sometimes even the third line had ahl level guys on it. It's almost like he hurt us and he went and said okay. I'm gonna go get all these guys and a lot of he did in he even did it in the defense as well so okay. Bow on forwards defencemen. This is real easy way less. I same with me going on okay. So this one i was. I was very tempted to bureau and hawkin paw. But i'm going to do miron sitter instead just because i i still do think so. There is solid defensive guy and will be the same. Kind of security blanket from your. He may not be as big. But whenever we need the big guy we'll put occupy their cetera. Okay and who's your third pairing can makes it sicker and aqaba secker hawkenport. Okay so i hope that Harley or or hanley either one harley were handed pushes occur out but i don't think so i honestly think that that What's his face. You said it hanley. I think hanley's number number seven. What about harley harley. Hate you always harley harley know harley does not make the stars this year. Because i think this is year that they tried to go for the cup and i don't think he's ready yet and and plus he he's. He destroyed the age. All this past season needed did great. And i really think that even further that he's not gonna make this roster just based off of Andreas bergmann and alex petrovac being signed by. Now those repeatedly death moves. Those guys are not gonna play much for the stars but they're going to be on the nhl roster So and i to make have the exact same defensive pairings although i think if souder struggles for a long period of time so let's just say i think he'll struggle right off the bat because he's in a different city for the first time in a long time i think if it's by late november maybe early december. If he's still struggling a lot. I think hawkin pot will be given that opportunity to play in the top four. So i i think that will happen. And then All right so then the big question. And everybody's talking about it and confused about it. Who's a net.
Sekeres & Price Show
"souder" Discussed on Sekeres & Price Show
"I get the rules are rules. I also have a bit of an issue with the tour putting the final group on the clock. that's also a little further trying to head of television window which they missed by ten to fifteen minutes before the playoff even started most. congratulations answer. Final group is at or near the lead almost always and there's nobody behind them. It's not like you gotta get other times in on sunday afternoon or the only guys velazquez author on the golf course. I would give the final group a little leeway. And i'm with you but of course it's the cbs folks who were like we're supposed to be done this or nbc of the case may be to the people we go Entered do have any. Hr roofing voice memo memos. No okay. we'll go. Yes or no yes we do. Okay go ahead fire away memo to the minnesota wild from north shore. Dan if catastophic is going to the cage shell and the dead cap spaces on your books the next number of years. He better hope you can get right or savoy. That copy was making any money. I say i think he was talking about previous souder. Oh if money's gonna horse of course of course any means Shane right or matt. Savoy the two top prospects for next year strapped right almost certainly to go first overall negotiation. The capra's off thing. I well i mean surveys. Report is if he doesn't have a deal by the end of august weeks to go pressure points in negotiations josh on twitter memory. Galled if that's what you can do fifteen minutes. I expect you to build an ark if you play sixty. That's not that line josh. He has pretty good pretty good. Not i touch was a nice cross. That look dangerous. Didn't result in anything and then he had a pretty good look himself. That's a curling. It was boy i mean. That's a touch of skill that us little guy but he gets around and even if he was a big. I still be fair enough. Yeah everything we had a great visit with them the other day just hearing him on the program was terrific but as i said it all adds up to a draw on. It's tough to get excited about yet. Another draw okay. I got a couple of memos to me here to you okay. Well i'll read the ones to you. Okay fire memo automatic. Couldn't agree more. We should all cruise the coca cola in a jag heading the lake country on friday. May i borrow your swap. You my hyundai from cindy. Oh cindy such a loyal listener you know. What cindy Foes up to me sure swap..
Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast
"souder" Discussed on Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast
"He's doing a meeting and talking to clear the same time crazy. You're a door chrish. Talented guy anyways. Okay so ryan suter d. Okay based off for the other signing that. We'll talk about here in a second. Do you see him filling that fourth spot in filling alexi extra. I think it's gonna just be depend on whoever plays better with me row. If mirrow likes playing with souder better or playing with the classic big guy like alexi. It just depends on what works best. I think either one would be fine all right so i'm leaning towards shooter. Yes there's my official answer so all right so we we keep we keep mentioning this guy. We're gonna go ahead and go ahead with him. I before defenseman. Yeah the mystery defenseman who who at his. He has one of the greatest names in the world. This reminds me of yogi pucca member. Your yoki poker. He has a named just like that. His name has hawkin pau hockey. That is so much fun to say. I cannot. I cannot wait for a razor. Just say that for the first time and have some sort of razor ism with hocken pau. Gay hocken. pod comes from the carolina hurricanes. He is a six five holy crap. Big boy. I know that probably a guide to help fulfill that size role Alexia left He signs for a three year deal worth one. Point five million per depending on how you look at this contract does could be a good contract. good value or we could have overpaid him What's your thoughts. Initial thoughts on mr haagen pau. I think this is the best free agent. Signing i have tied tied for the best free agent signing so i think he's twenty nine. It's a three year contract which he's going to be on this team for a while. Still and even if if he does sex trade him because he doesn't have movement clause a nobody. But anyway from what i've seen and heard from other people who watch him often. He's a really like solid defensive guy like he his mindset is defense i he's not really offensively minded at all but he's a solid d guy doesn't really make mistakes. He's always in the right position and of course he's big. We like big big is good so i really love the signing. I think it's super cheap. I think it's cheaper than what deserves from what i've heard at least so i really like signing A couple of things about mr hawkin pau his first name. Yani yani hawkin pa. Sorry i'm gonna keep saying because it's so much fun to say. Anyways he is twenty nine years old split the season between anaheim and carolina. Last season Like you said he. He's not offensive guy. He only had four points in fifty. Seven regular-season games between the two teams but his big thing. He finished third in the league. With two hundred fifteen hits. I'm really excited for that part. I like so he also He played with carolina In the playoffs Showed up with carolina for eleven playoff games In here's another interesting thing about Hocken pau in why he wanted to come to the stars. What are the stars known for christian left handed defenseman good gas but no. He's finished he's another member of the finnish mafia..
"souder" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"Lot of these complaints is to try and deal with it at the lowest level. The mental stresses that can be put on people for having to go through. The process is recognized and it is changing. I know on physically doing as out today. I think jessica. If i might comment also on on sarah's point and it's an important point because she rightly says a lot of things have been happening. A lot of initiatives reviews a lot of proposals guidance guidelines advice. And that's good news. Because i think it does indeed confirmed that a great deal has been happening where a lot of sympathy with syria is. I'm not sure that we've been effective in communicating that and that's an important deficiency. If you like that we've got to address. Santa refer to a new rape and sexual offensive strategy. And we've just announced that we're going to. We're going to publish a defense white strategy for dealing with rape and serious sexual offenses in the savage justice system. And the reason we're doing that jessica is just what sooner has identified so much has been happening that we need to pull that together into a consolidated forms formula. Everybody can look at it. Understand what's going on and get a much more. Holistic picture of just how much change has been taking place and how much changes currently underway. What i would say to you is to me. One of the major chip differences. Now is we've got a director of diversity and inclusion. I think that's been a very important addition to the modine. This is headed by. Sam deforest a very experienced and capable woman and she is going to be snapping at my heels as under the she thinks we're not providing that communication and that could heal. It's to to our personnel. I know someone else is going to be snapping at my heels jessica and it stater antar committtee. And that's what they should be doing. So i think to put this into context. I mean the one thing. I don't want this thing. Is the armed forces as a career for women is is some new nogueria sierra's report knowledge that ninety percent of the military women who gave evidence we recommend the forces to other women and eighty four percent them rated their overall experiences good or very good. So that's encouraging. I'm pleased about that. Just as a new lucy will be pleased about that. There's a lot more we can do. We want to do it. But in a sense what souder identifies a double edged sword for everybody on the one hand would be doing lots of things. Think we've been good putting it all together sarah. What do you think of the consequences for these women who have all spoken out about the abuse..
"souder" Discussed on Was jetzt?
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31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"souder" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"Guy sciences yuki. Let's not forget that and that's gonna be a big number by. It's gonna be interesting here. Here's a wild suggestion. Then elliott. because he's gone the offer sheet route before anthony bavaria. Lose in tough yes. He is lose in tough. Yes he is if you're mark version and you have all this money and you just went to the stanley cup final. I you really went after all because he thought he might get them. Offer sheeting lula morello. That's another one but this is a week. We saw suitor in. Parisi bought outright. So god only knows what can happen now. Speaking of suitor my first thought would keep got bought. It was exit. yandle inter suitor. Here's what i'm hearing about ryan suter. I think that's going to slow down until after the expansion draft and then i think teams when they have a bit more clarity about their own situations and souder has some more clarity about their situations that picks up again a thought on the panthers buying yo yandle. They wanted to protect forsling. Anybody's who's lee surprised here and i do think there'll be plenty of interest in yandle i. I think he'll be in a situation where he's very comfortable to go to power. Plays important very popular teammate. Uh-huh and i think you'll pick based on fit as opposed to anything else. So i don't think he's going to have trouble finding a place at all. Could you see boston there. That's been rumored for a thousand years. It seems like right jeff and if yandle wants to do that now. He's got the opportunity to do that. And i know a lot of people are always wondering about taylor hall. There was a time when i thought there was potential deal in the drawer here. I'm less convinced that's the case right. Now we'll see you know. I think there's a lot of teams poking around on hall. We'll see what ends up happening with him. One another thing. We should mention for the florida. Panthers congratulations anthony declare last time. Does it all by himself. No agents required This year a three year deal nine million dollars so an avia. Three million for anthony declare. Who's really found himself. A home with the florida panthers. Okay let's wrap it there Don't forget by the way new. Podcast coming out on monday taken us. Oh today man. From london england who've been putting out music since two thousand eleven the debut record in joy while alas brought the band a great deal of attention and a number of festival dates as well since then specter has released a number of great albums and singles from their extended play ep. Here's half-life by specter. On thirty one thoughts the pike john place thank..
Israel Daily News Podcast
"souder" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast
"To see the uae flag waving. He noted that he hopes that this historic agreement of peace between israel and the a will be extended and that those countries who want peace will find a willing partner with israel herzog concluded by asking that the emirati is send his best regards to the. Uae's top government officials to close the day the c. of the tel aviv stock exchange appeared to say that israel would do whatever it can to keep the peace and that the israeli government would stand to learn from the uae in terms of planning for the future in order to achieve bigger goals in the years ahead before the ceremony was over. Politicians and guest went upstairs to the office to cut a ribbon and then came back down to ring in the tel aviv. Stock exchange trading bell at ten. Am we caught up with each benza. To ask him about the embassy's new location why the tel aviv stock exchange. While i believe that the is stock exchange represent the business sector in israel. And when you talk about peace it's also about doing business between communities between people between company. And i think that we changes the home of disraeli. Economy he's a great venue for making those introduction and making transaction come true. Can you tell me a little bit about the process of getting this location set up. Who suggested it. How did it come to be that. The uae was going to open their office here. Well we had the one flow that was available for rent and they approached us. We had several discussions. We were extremely thrilled from the opportunity. To host the official embassy premises. We also learned to know about the people and culture and we felt that this piece can be extremely significant and eventually we sign an agreement and today the official opening. And we're very happy about it. Heard that the uae was opening the consulate in tel aviv. I immediately thought that it was a more neutral location than jerusalem. Because i know the. Uae is focused on being friends of the palestinians and also being friends of the israelis. Do you think that was. Can you speak to that. Was that a part of the decision. Not part of the decision making process in united arab emirates. But i can tell you the peace. He's done through economies and economy. And i think that choosing the tel aviv. Stock exchange is the best location. And the way i think is the best signature that they represent to our market would regard souder intention to fulfill their records last month. Israel opened its embassy in the united arab emirates. The you eight year was the first country to join in. The abraham accords. Ten months ago which led the way for the kingdom of buck rain morocco and sudan to join in the peace agreements as well after having greatly improved relations between israel the united arab emirates foreign minister yet year lapierre is seeking to do the same morocco ties between the two nations were suspended with the outbreak of the second intifada back in two thousand however relations are improving and last week appeared invited his moroccan counterpart to visit israel in his official written invitation delivered by foreign ministry director general alone lupis stressed. His desire for bilateral cooperation in the fields of trade technology and tourism direct flights between israel and morocco are expected to begin in just a few weeks time with four thousand eight hundred thirty one active cova cases and health officials warning that this number will only continue to increase. New restrictions are set to be put in place. However ministers have stated that these restrictions will be liveable but will require the public to comply with quarantines testing and mask wearing in fact the quarantine period for those that are unvaccinated. Or have not recovered from the virus will be shortened to just seventies. instead of ten to fourteen. They'll still be required to have a negative cova test on the seventh day. Foreign minister at european. Maybe one of the first test out this shorter quarantine period after one of his aides tested positive for the virus. Lapierre who actually tested negative and his team entered quarantine and are awaiting further instructions from the health ministry reintroducing a modified version of the green pass system is another measure that is being discussed this system will seek to keep unvaccinated an unrecovered individuals out of large gatherings like weddings gyms an houses of worship. The health ministry is also looking at ways to prevent the spread of the virus in schools when the new year begins after summer break as children under the age of twelve are not approved for the vaccination. A rapid test system is being considered as a means to prevent learning disruptions caused by the need for quarantine. The tourism minister also wants introduced new policies for those that are vaccinated when entering israel. So if you're trying to enter israel listen up his plan which he is going to propose the coronavirus cabinet next week. Is that those who have received. Vaccinations that are known to israel like pfizer or madonna will only need a negative. Pcr test to enter the country. Travelers with any other vaccine types will need a blood test to show off their antibodies. Last night i went to an excellent incredible art exhibit by a local parisian. Ex pat named jennifer. I'm ya'll if you check out my instagram. You'll find pictures and videos of her work from the exhibit which took place in a very trendy bar in south tel aviv. Tomorrow we're going to have a more robust story with sound bites and explanations of the arts and the pieces there is an asian influence. There's bright colors. It was just unbelievable. And i believe in this work very much. So keep an ear out for that story soon. If you are getting caught up on your israel. Daily news sent over a monthly contribution at anchor dot. fm slash israel daily news slash support. We are in our third round of fundraising and trust me. We need it. We are updating our editing software. We are going to get a better editing software that we can pay for one time. I am a little sick of adobe. I've been paying for it monthly and yearly and for a long time subscribers who send us a contribution will get a handwritten. Thank you note and a little poem that i actually come up with myself and right in just to let you know how thrilled vr to have your support. Thank you for your interest in being up to date on israeli affairs. Israeli politics are world politics. We have one central link in the show notes which you can click on. And it'll take you to the page where you too can make a contribution and feel good knowing the you're supporting independent journalism. You can also support us by leaving us review on apple podcasts. To you can share the show with a friend and three you can follow us on social media at israel daily news as well as shannon fold. My name has two ends in it. And i'm very sensitive about that on monday. The israeli air force launched a groundbreaking international drone exercise featuring pilots from five other countries. The exercise called blue. Guardian is scheduled to last two weeks and is the largest drone focused drill ever. The idea is hopeful that the drill will reap strategic rewards as the opportunity to collaborate with teams from the united states france. Italy germany and the united kingdom is also a chance to strengthen relationships. The teams will simulate various scenarios ranging from reconnaissance missions to combat to combat support. At the mclean. Airbase in central israel. If the exercise is successful the israeli air force could earn. Some major street cried on the international level. Israel is the land that keeps on giving most notably in the field of archaeology a pottery. Fragment dated to be about thirty one hundred years old coming from an earthenware jug was recently found a dig in the sharia forest in judea about seventy miles southwest of jerusalem. The fragment contains the hebrew letters. You'd raisch bets. I n and lamad which forms the name yoruba which was the nickname of the biblical judge gideon son of yours who was active in the northern land of israel at this exact time period now to put this into perspective at this time about eleven hundred. Bc this was the days of the judges and of king. David whether or not the jug actually belong to the judge that we're talking about or not remains to be seen but it is the first solid piece of evidence linking a named physical object chew accounts from the bible professor yosef garfinkel and his team from hebrew universities institute of archaeology say that the greatest significance of this find is that it tells us about the evolution of the alphabet in ancient israel egypt and the rest of the levant. The archaeological site is very much active and promises. You yields many more exciting fines in the future. All right well. That's it for today's news. Today is wednesday. July fourteenth twenty twenty one tel aviv has a low of twenty four degrees celsius and a high of thirty degrees. That's seventy six degrees fahrenheit for the low going up to eighty six degrees for the high. Subscribe to the israel news. Podcast on spotify or apple podcasts. Or wherever you're hearing it from. We are everywhere. Joe forget to sign up to our israel weekly news rap it's a newsletter with five stories coming out of israel from throughout the week or website is back up and you can automatically sign up for the newsletter. They're just input. Your email press enter and you'll be on our mailing list check out israel daily dot news. That's our website. Israel daily dot news. Thank you to sofia jay and brandon carp for today's political stories. Dr steve shallot for his archaeological peace. And who's with our team as a business development intern for the summer. Plus michelle milner for her social media work. I'll send you off today with what they mean by erica crawl. She's talented.
The Breakdown Poker Podcast
"souder" Discussed on The Breakdown Poker Podcast
"Then we maybe call the show. Yeah exactly back call. We do but against this kid. We'd probably bet fold. We'd probably just like keep doesn't have bluffs here probably like don't we have pocket seven's much more than he does. Yeah so how can you. How can he shoveling. You shouldn't be able to shop. You're right that makes sense. And i think kid did come up with the best process of trying to get money here. Which is the best small. I think that was the correct move. Five hundred to two point five million. Yeah i think you're probably right as queen should probably shouldn't be calling this. No let's talk about it. Because now i have to think about it. Well i will say this. I was saying like the thing i hate. The most is to call the turn to then get bluffed out on the river so like if our plan is to call turn fold river. I don't love that plan so hall call on a brick which this is on a blank is probably a better plan than called fold. I don't know if i like even call on the turn but is this better than call fold. Is this better as a as an overall plan if he calls. Yeah i think it for this size. I mean like i kind of feel like it is like you have to ask yourself the question of if she's willing to bet this small with king queen. Of course we think she is then we probably just have to. Because if she has a hand like jack ten suited or king queen souder as jack suited. Just like taking a shot on the turn got called like well. You can't really have that much right ivan. So i have to take a shot. I actually don't hate the idea of calling just yes. That's what's going on here. Do we really think she's going to five hundred thousand as a bluff instead of bedding more. I don't know. I don't know we're getting a really good price. So that helps on top of the check back on the flop might be kind of going through our headlight. Yeah would you really check back and over pair right. You really let me get out there. Don't you want to win this huge pie out like really matters in the spot because he doesn't have an overpay their i don't know what she has like. You'd really expect her to also bet hands that turn into straits pockets. Heavens or turned into sets or worse sets on the flop right. She didn't have to pocket sevens. I mean she's got showdown value and just want to get blown off at maybe. Sometimes you're never getting blown off you. Also have the guts fighters calling off. I guess that's probably true. She might check it back a little bit. She might but. I think. I think you're probably right. It's got a back call. I'll be like hope you have as king hartson to flip those you know either way if the flop check is kind of confusing plus like you. You didn't three about that. Big you put these suited connector type hands and king queen and jack and as ten suited to range. I can see talking myself into a call. Getting six to one six to one's pretty good. We don't have a heart in her hand which may be helps a little bit. I mean bet. The flops usually about factor. But it's something it's better than having a harder hand if we had to pick right. I don't know. I just don't think i don't think many players have the gear to bet small as a bluff here in this type of spy. I think most buyers when they're bluffing..
"souder" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Max dot com and on instagram at Max's Joy. Oh, well, Guess who found a crash? Let's do some might talk traffic here and, uh, most areas are looking pretty good. This one's brought to us by Carrie Ox stand suit Do free with lakes area real chief. And, Yeah, I was just making a final check of the system ran into this crash. It's on the right side. Westbound 94 at the end of the Cretan ramp and somebody ran their car. Halfway up the hill way up there in the weeds, and there's lots of rescue types on the scene. Men that patrol now it looks like Saint Paul Fire and rescue. Also on the scene. The main line itself is running pretty good, But if you're coming onto westbound 94 from Cretan, you're going to have to creep and crawl to get past that seems The westbound crosstown still seeing. Let's call it half a crowd semi stressful levels between Lindale in France but eastbound 62 that's looking pretty good. Pretty much back to normal from 4 94 in Minnetonka all the way over to 4 94 in West ST Paul, If you're thinking about buying, you're selling your home Reach out to carry Ox and Souder free from lakes very real to work with Carrie and two and get hands on service. From beginning to end. They are your advocate throughout the buying and selling process. Carry and sue dot com. Five Eyewitness news forecast presented by Y M. C A. For the North 90 Today. Smart speakers are so smart they know how to be radios. Listen to my talk on yours for some tips on enabling your Amazon echo. Go to my talk one on 71.
"souder" Discussed on Well Made
"I don't know how to describe it. It's just an aspect of kind of humor and curiosity that i think followed you or you've created it all along your career following just seeing what you've been up to and i wanna go into your new project which i've actually never said out loud and i've always thought just reading. It says pseudo right but my nerdy brain goes sue. Do right and i don't know anyone has said that to you but there's a command computers which is pronounced soo do that is the same spelling. It's funny i is pronounced commanded pseudo. So that's all right. But i guess it is pseudo 'cause it's super user do whatever yeah explain what pseudo right is yes. The sooner right is an app for traded and it uses ai to help you get out of writing blocks and kind of keep in creative flow. And why did you call it that. By the way while we actually had a writers group that preceded this called pseudo writers he s e you. Do writers and we called it that because we are all getting started in like spec treading treading around the same time. We had a bit of imposter syndrome. We're not quite writers yet or like pseudo. Riders ended over time. You're like you know like published the places you've got is prestigious workshops. Still clench their riders. Change the nasdaq hardest. Bella were like publishing salvaging People can't the euro so let's call it pseudo riders instead because we're all like kind of tech jason some of us reject founders Work in tech and pseudo is obviously this command that has like meeting people text so we call the group souders. And then james and i. He's another person a group in his my co-founder on ceuta right started tinkering with a writing and we built this tool. And we're like what's going to be called in ceuta. It seemed like the perfect name. So now we have this confusing the common name for both our writing group and for the product that came out of it. I love that. Though i even just the homs and all of it. It's very nerdy. And i love that into. I didn't really realize that you were kind of going down this path of focusing on writing but i remember dinner we had like i don't know it must have been four or five years ago and it was you and your girlfriend and we were talking at the time i was also in my spare time writing a little science fiction kind of graphic novels story f. and and i think there was something there that was brewing at the time and i didn't realize how far had gone until recently so now. How do you split your time between writing and and starting this new company. That and that graphic novel was that like an epistolary. i remember being a letter writing component to it. Yeah it was it was basically. It's sort of like a rpg like dungeons and dragons turned into a book. But i never. I always wanted to. I've got a lot of sketches. Because i i learned how to draw from industrial design and i have a lot of concepts for the various characters and ships and vehicles in places that are in the story but just knowing myself i would not be able to leg really do justice to my own imagination unless i spent like the entire time. So i've been looking kind of on and off for a graphic designer or artists to australia to work with..
The Mom Room
"souder" Discussed on The Mom Room
"Because i didn't want him to get addicted to it and get used to it. Anyways ended up that that did happen because when they're super young and they're fussing and you know not in a good mood it really does comfort them and so it's hard as a parent to know that you can give them a little thing that they can suck on and they'll be super comforted. It's hard to not do that. In those moments so anyways he was a suitor child. He liked having a sooner. I was always kind of aware of when he had it but to be honest like he probably had it more than he should have more than what is recommended. But it worked for us in those moments where you know. It would help him go to sleep. It would help him if he woke up in the middle of the night and then once he was old enough to be able to find it in his crib he would put it back in his mouth and fall back asleep. If we were in the car and he started whining or crying. We would give him a su there and it was good like it was just so helpful for those situations. That can be super stressful. And so obviously when you have that little secret weapon to deal with those moments it's terrifying to think that you have to get rid of it because it's like oh you start picturing yourself in all these situations and not having it and it's like it just seems like a life. I did not want to be living. So i believe when my low was about two years old. Maybe yeah probably around two or just before two years old. We started really trying to get him to have the su there when he was napping or at bedtime. So this took a while to transition. And it wasn't like you know one day he had it all day in the next day. That's it like it was only. When he was sleeping we would kind of feel out his mood and the situation and sometimes he would gladly leave his souder in his crib in the morning and it was totally fine but then sometimes you know he would hurt himself and he would cry for his souder so we would give it to him and then it was hard to take it away so it was like a little bit all over the place but we always tried to make it a point to.
"souder" Discussed on asymmetrical haircuts
"Whole lotta money to on shwe. Is you reduce de bama historic relish. You do invalid exceptional. That's funny ben. Souder explaining why this crime of destruction of cultural heritage is so important and she used the occasion of This event to mention one of her latest papers. You know she's come out with a big strategy document about how to tackle this crime. It's going to be one of the legacies that she's listening to the court she's ju- to leave in the next couple of months but also in the video. There was a really famous. But that i've watched many times before of al-mahdi himself where he ost the people of timbuktu. The people of mali all together for forgiveness and talked about reconciliation. It's in french again. But i think we should listen to the extracts That they gave him for. No it's it's it's a few seconds long so bear with us memo. Paul impulse for christie's on you or this this Does detroit the moseley. A pit of sequels. Have you told you talk to museum oil and usually it s for who des cheek islamic plan. Keep rebuttal it under jal salad. God do peacock compare sheep multi jonathan fishy to cover this for people to a successful to consider a solid color popular. So that events was just I mean it was really extraordinary to me to to see it being done. And i know it's being done in bamako rather than in timbuktu itself. So it's it's a little bit far away from the crimes but had that real sense for me of this being a very strong important recognition of what kind of role. The icc can play in a country which is trying to emerge from conflict. And i think it's really important at the ice that these things are done in place. Because you know we're in the hague it's even even for the hagerstown. There's this is outside of the center is just as far away. We don't bring it to the country as people don't really see what's happening so at least in this way Marlins have some idea of what the icc did..
The Knife Junkie Podcast
"souder" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast
"Welcome to the junkie podcast. I'm your host. Bob demarco and on this edition of the podcast. I have the pleasure of speaking with custom knife maker. Jared oeser in age of the titanium frame lock folder. Jared has made a name for himself lending his modern design spin materials and techniques to the classic slip joint folder. And you all know that. I've been in a slip joint phase recently He makes patterns that are once familiar. in the bones but absolutely unique to him i've been admiring his traditionally styled knives but with unorthodox blade shapes insane but different frames of her a few years. Now and one thing. I really love is how the designs straddle the generations of knife making His work is so compelling to me that. I bought my dad. A bench made tangled flipper For father's day last year oeser design obviously and has quickly become his favourite. Ebc and who knows you know by the end of this conversation. I might be well on my way to buy. I knife but i don't wanna get ahead of myself. You know that slip joints have been on my mind lately. So i'm very excited to get into this conversation with jared oeser. The get upside app is your way to get cash back on your gas purchases. Get upside is an app. You put on your smartphone and whenever you need to get gas search. Your area for savings claim discount. Fill up your tank and then take a picture of the receipt with your far. And that's it you've just got cash back. Visit the might junkie dot com forward slash. Save on gas to get the app and start saving again. That's the my junkie dot com slash. Save on gas. Jared welcome to the knife chunky. Podcast sir man. While you heard that setup so now you know kind of my frame of mind you know. I've been i've been prowling the the slip joint pages for a long time. I come in and out of different phases of knife collecting and on this last pass I was not only looking at gec's and the things. I like to look at the real traditional things. Well bird with knives caught my eye about a year ago. And and then after talking to nick i discovered you or i think i knew of you before. Nick i think spoke pepper. And and then i saw the tangled flipper and i was like. Oh my god. It's as if that knife were designed for my father. Who's got a love of the catanha just in general but he carries around slip joint. Send the and gentlemanly. He's a gentleman of it so for father's day last year i got him that and it's in his pocket every day in the little slip feudal loves it and i think it's pretty amazing so i was reading on your webpage that you started as a knife collector and then at some point still compelled to start making knives told me how that how that sparked you must be an artist. I am an honest. I actually have been an artist like a pencil. Painting sculpting ten laura's little time kid i studied graphic designing college career lined up with a graphic zion department on a computer computer gopi year in utah rash using mary. And these change. The full randomness ability for us. But i did. Click is a click. As my whole life. I saw my grandpa now and then i got on a degrom. Wanted the best quote unquote survival. Rife and so is started. Their asserted collecting rise than i got into. Bush craft more which more realistic and as survival. I guess and a lot of my passion. A sport from andy. Roy was doing different. Things with bush is And so he was kinda inspiration to think about that. And and is style cued off jose actually starting to build the math and cheese took me relentlessly year after starting to we do not but seeing very hard time but it just of fall through there and mar sign that and those who style. That made me feel good interesting. The old school style. That made me feel good. That's kind of my attachment to the slip joints to. I'm a sentimental guy. I joke a sentimental italian. But that's true. I am and things like that. That makes sense to me that you would go into something like that because it makes you feel good because it resonates with your past but as a young man you must end you had the you had the survival knife thing in you. I'm curious like how does how does he young maker right now. Choose slip joints over over the seductive pole the titanium frame lock just being an artist color ends zayn and the mixture blend of colors import. That andy did very well missing colors and i try and do that as well. And kind of all naturally initially do really a traditional knife should have ulcers and bone or static or would and. that's like your traditional baker does. So you make you make what. Tony bose will feel good. You may i want to bring something else and it just from there and i still remained in. I mean probably were biggest. Is louis on. My career is also tony bose so that traditional aspect of things is important me but i think about it this way. The knife makers of the turn of the twentieth century were making is using certain materials. Because that's where they have the best toughest thing they had was stag or bone or souder woods. Today we go viral anti team. I have you all these different. Mazen cereals amazing steals why. It's like the argument. That if rembrandt were alive today he be using digital cameras and everything has modern is possible to express himself. You know back then. He had to use oil paints or temporary wherever they're using back then it was oil painting It's the same thing and actually it's surprising to me That it would be a reaction the materials how do the Old fashioned had the traditional knife or slip joint traditionalists. See you're you're you're unorthodox blade shapes in your and your friends. I mean they're you're you're you're taking something you're calling it. A ah barlow or not of are low. You're calling it a trapper. But it doesn't look like a trapper. It doesn't look like trapper. I've seen before you know you've got crazy frames. How do they react to the.
WCBM 680 AM
"souder" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Center with the headlines in the news this hour brought to you by New era health plans call for 10 896 16 96. We're online at new era health plans dot com A top Maryland lawmaker has formed an oversight panel after criticizing unacceptable levels of confusion about covert 19 vaccine access administration and distribution. Senate President Bill Ferguson says the Senate would consider not confirming Governor Hogan's nominee to lead the state Health Department due to the current rollout. Hogan spokesman Michael Reese, he says Maryland has administered more vaccine doses and 32 other states. Governor Hogan highlighting his $1 billion virus relief proposal on tax cuts in his annual budget proposal. His proposal includes payments of up to $450 for individuals and $750 for families that have claimed the earned income tax credit. You can also proposing, ending local and state income taxes on unemployment benefits. The plan includes allowing Maryland restaurants and small businesses to keep up to 12 $12,000 of sales tax over the next four months. Maryland State police reported Crash killed a driver yesterday afternoon in the are beauties area of I 95 near the 6 95 exit four vehicles were involved. 30 year old Luke Souders died as a result of his injuries. Another driver was rushed to shock trauma for treatment. Governor Hogan will be among those attending today's presidential inauguration in person, Hogan says he'll be joining a number of other governors to witness the peaceful transition of power. The governor says he's looking forward to attending the ceremonies to represent the people of Maryland. Well, but look, it's sports in a moment is your health insurance, making you sick with expensive premiums, Huge deductibles and co pays, why not compare with new era health plans? Their health saver..
006. Hanna - The Cam story
"And I have a funny story actually about this prison break sequence. So. The score for this scene is incredible just incredible and I had it on my ipod at the time I. Don't think it was my iphone yet I can't remember as a while back but a bunch of us from Journalism School Wayne in rented a Airbnb up Whistler Whistler I. Think everyone probably knows because of the Olympics but whistler is a skiing resort town just in BC and so we went up there for. A weekend and a bunch of US stay up later there was like three of us I think three or four tyler, our friend mutual friend Tyler was one of them a who is hosts, the substates transmission star Trek podcast with me, and Scott, you ve appeared on their yourself but we were sitting up the in a bunch of people had gone to bed they were out they were done for the night. And the Hannah score kicked in the pot and was just blasting throughout the the AIRBNB. And Tyler and I were in tears laughing just because album noxious. This was for everyone who was trying to sleep. It's like thumping base going on people were just like shut up and so high energy. Today wake up to it. No one ever mentioned it but we were just in tears laughing about it. I could just see the wake of men like these guys on A. Going on down there we've got like the the glowing souders around our neck. Exactly Yeah you just. The lights are out. The neon things on, you just don t around some reason. I just came down from milk. What's Like. Body paint. The whistles.
The Hilarious World of Depression
Lulu Miller Treats Her Depression With Fish Research, Finds Fish Dont Exist
"It's the hilarious world of depression. I'm John from can come comfort. Not In the chaos itself but in the human effort to defy it to recover to overcome to navigate through Lulu Miller and I'm the CO founder of the NPR Radio Show and visit villa and a contributor there and a contributor to radio lab and do some editing. Nancy and heavyweight and I have just written my first unlikely only book called. Whitefish don't exists. We'll find out why fish don't exist in a little bit. I promise in her work. Lulu Miller has this ability to tell stories related science in a profoundly human way science gets explained but the relevance to people trying to live their life gets examined as well the listener comes to understand science and people to like people looking to treat their depression. You you tackle it with a fascination with long day taxonomic sts who fish the the tried and true Technique of archival research of obscure nineteenth century theologists. You Know Right. Yeah. There's the talking cure. The Pharmaceutical Cure and the X. Theological cure exactly exactly but let's back up the Depression Lulus been addressing through long dead fish. Experts is not a new thing goes back to growing up in Massachusetts. I think it was third grade. Maybe even second grade I had to start seeing a therapist and then again in fifth grade. Yeah definitely definitely later on in middle school and stuff and I think I think there was just this encroaching. Worry about how cruel the world can be and kind of like a pressure like a guest just a pressured to ease it for myself and and cheer but other people and make the like the cruelty and the uncaring and the bad going away like I think that started me maybe before the depression and then maybe the Arise the fact that lake a seven year old eight year old girl is got a pretty doomed shot of that and and just this overwhelming feeling of like just not knowing how to to make the bad go away and then and then feeling exhausted and down or something anyway so it was. Yeah I think it was like I think it's privately been there for a long time and manifested in different ways. The therapy wasn't helping and she wasn't helping the therapy. For a long time I I felt like therapists. It was like an adversary like a game where it was this sick. I wanted to prove that I didn't need help. And so I would just lie to them and like say everything was fine. I mean that's the main thing that I started. Manifesting was eating stuff And there were these times in early childhood where I was like restricting and losing weight and and and so I'd have to go to see your child therapist and then I say I'm meeting and and I'm laughing at it only because it was it was so silly immediately to treat it that way because those are probably people who totally could have helped but I just wanted to like even reassured them. I was fine and trying to reassure yourself. You're fine where you're trying to believe the lies. You're saying it was so weird. I didn't some part of me didn't want people In my family to know that I needed any help like I think I think I mean basically a think that the house could be a little bit of a loud disorienting place. My oldest sister had some stuff various stuff going on with mental health and was misdiagnosed. All over the place which made it so hard for her and so hard for my parents she was there first and there was just a lot of confusion And I learned. I'm the youngest of three girls and I learned quickly that like I could make the loud and the confusion go away by just like just being gentle or delightful or simple just being A souder or pleaser like it just. It was just very quickly. I learned that like that could make some of the tears or the loud stop and and I liked that I liked it. It was selfish. Wanted the loud to stop. I wanted people to smile. You know and it worked and I knew how to do it and I think that probably the meaning I have made of it all is that yeah like. I think some part of me felt like that was too much pressure for a little girl and maybe the eating stuff was a way of actually showing adults. I needed help and I wasn't as okay as it was telling everyone. Honey okay. That's how I've made sense of it but then when I would when I would like in those early service appointments I would just you know my body was probably crying for help and my words and my brain were still smiling and laughing and reassuring that I was fine I think it just felt forbidden to be another thing that needed help in that house. Even though again. In retrospect I totally needed help. People were helping me but I started to like take that need that. Worry of of delighting like I just started taking it all out like where it wasn't even needed you know but like I'd worry about the worry about Fra like someone in class. Who seemed like a loner in a in a really gentle tender way? I'd have these patronizing now. I think they're patronizing thoughts. But like where I think if I wasn't nice to them they might die like that like I could heal them. And this. Just in retrospect is ridiculous but like I would. I would worry empathetic though too like you. Sound incredibly empathetic. Yeah but I think I think that's how I thought of it in the moment but in Russia like now as I look back I also see how like patronizing. That is in a sense like that. I that I have the key to whether this sadder anyway. I just WanNa like acknowledged that it's ridiculous. Can I ask you a therapist question here? Yeah yeah which is. Why is it important for you to Establish that it was ridiculous and patronizing? Why is that important to you now? Just because there's Why I don't know John No? I think it's important. Okay you know what it probably is. I think it's important for me to laugh at myself and mock that that impulse in me as a way of life like getting some handle on it because I still feel it I still worry and I think if I don't write that Fran if I don't call them back if I don't at the end of a long day what I'm a now weary like I think I think to call that impulse Hubris. Actually lets me off the hook. And he's like Oh Lulu. You're being they don't they don't need you to survive. I think I think it helps me. Nowadays diffuse what still feels like a a a worry that that can like consumed my head a lot
3D Printing Today
New 3D Printing Extruders Are Coming Your Way
"Time for US talk about Three D. printing again and there are announcements. Well actually they've been announced for a while and hopefully by now we will have some of them of a whole bunch of new extruders souders starting with one which we're GONNA be talking in detail about. I think next time around the time after the zesty nimble they're coming out with their version into and they should have shipped mid December but we all know how dot goes so. Hopefully we have them now. I've ordered three of them for the tool changer. Because the value that they sent me worked so beautifully however I will probably also beginning the second extruder that was announced earlier last year in December actually before December the three D Amirah which was originally called the Hermes. They changed it to Amarah. I wonder what else did a Hermes in three different than could be And and and While the zesty nimble comes with breath Basically just the extruder system and the cable that attached to the stepper the Humira and the next extruder that we're going to mention comes with the stop promoter. Attached the E. Three Homero is Pretty special in that it it customizes the casing of the stepper motor to have within it a dual wheeled a dual Hobday gear extra a feeding system. That has the shortest path from from the gear to the hot end. That I think I've ever seen it's really really interesting. Very very interesting design Kind of a very similar to bonte contact. The both sides of the filament have geared hob gears that are driving it also it has a very interesting heat sink underneath the fan which is designed to drive the air away from the hot end area Very innovative. They put a lot of engineering into do it. We're looking forward to try and get. Unfortunately though in my opinion they use the mid sized stepper motor versus the pancake sized stepper motor odor. Not sure why I need to talk with them more about that. I've heard that they may be coming out with a version with the pancakes is that is the smaller stack. So it's much lighter. Maybe half the weight of the mid sized stepper and in in my experience when I've switched to to these smaller steppers. Yeah the Torque is less but it's still well within tolerance and I save a ton of weight which makes for a much higher quality quality print. So we we will probably be getting a hammer and I'll be shoehorned into one of the tools of the tool changer for comparison sake. Hopefully we'll see how things go in the near future. Yeah what I don't understand about this designers. They're going to all this trouble to make you know there's all these custom parts it's quite expensive. I like the The driving you know the dual driving from both sides but Yeah but they're not the first guys to come up with that but I can sort of justify it. In terms comes of reducing weight you know keeping the parts as minimal as possible and reducing the overall weight of the extruder but then they make a Boden version of it. I don't I understand. I understand why you'd care about the weight. Convert on tech bomb attack has the same thing with the boat and version of the BMG. So possibly they're seeing themselves competing beating with the bond market. Well the bond tech is. That's just that's a really good extruder Yummy do you. Don't care so much about the weight you're looking at the. You know the dual drive live systems and this is a dual drive system. So we're hoping that is at least as good as the bond tech for their sake. It'd better be better be or they're not gonNA sell many on one thing that they like to push that you you just screw in the thermal tubes for any of their extruders I mean. They're they're hot blocks so they're volcano their V six all their different hop block designs. Pathway designs will fit to this. So it's it's pretty versatile for their for the tool we'll change your though The folks he three D have come up with bolt on parts. So that it'll go onto the tool plate however you know that's a lot of weight you've got the stepper motor for this camera. You've got the small stepper motor for the tool control. You've got all the carriages. That may be too much much. Wait for the tool changed your. But we're GONNA find out we're going to testify ourselves and compare it to a tool. That has a zesty nimble on it which only adds like ninety four grams versus nine hundred something grams quite a bit of a difference and then we have a third extruder. That was announced right before Christmas. From the folks at Micro Swiss these folks make some really Nice nozzles and Philemon Thermal tubes they've come up with a design that's a direct replacement for for the CR ten in the ender three basically replaces the entire X. carriage however again the it's a mid sized stepper that's writing in the X. Axis which can be a problem however on these machines you don't print as quickly the Mendel based where the the bed is in the Y axis which is a mental based usually you don't print more than sixty at Mac sixty millimeters unders per second whereas the machines were thinking of usually around eighty millimeters per seconds. Does it make a difference. Time will tell. We'll find out I I don't know I We may explore one of those. I'm my my gut. Tell me again. The zesty nimble may be the better approach. One thing looking at the picture that they have on their website the path distance from the actual geared feeder down into the tube is fairly long and that could become a problem in the heat sink. Looks kind of small tiny heat sink. They have to get the the stepper motor up over the the horizontal Gantry bar so that's why it has to be that far. I would have positioned at forward and reversed it. Yeah you could you could do that But then you're putting in all this weight that's cantilevered out from the the linear motion Crusades off. Yes it can be done. It's just a matter of you. Know Designing Zayn balancing out the different