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Spacecraft Named For 'Hidden Figures' Mathematician Launches From Virginia
"Her name just prior to her death at age 101 in 2020 Johnson won the presidential Medal of Freedom, received an honorary doctorate from West Virginia University and was spotlighted in the Oscar nominated film Hidden Figures. Northrop Grumman named its new cargo craft the SS Katherine Johnson, following the company's tradition of naming new spacecraft after influential figures in the history of space flight. In a news release, Northrop Grumman said Johnson's work quote quite literally launched Americans into space, and her legacy continues to inspire young black women every day, unquote Yes, I hired Johnson in the 19 fifties at the dawn of the space age. Her work was to act as a human computer, and that work was underappreciated and underpaid. At the time. However, it's now recognized as instrumental in sending the first Americans into Speight's Johnson also double check the orbital equations you through John Glenn's 1962 Space flight, and she calculated the precise time and location for launching the first manned mission to the moon. Yesterday, Johnson's namesake took off from Virginia to deliver supplies, scientific experiment and spare equipment to the crew on board in the international space station. In December. New Mexico representative Damn. Holland was selected by President Joe
Does the Golden Gate Bridge Howl?
"To Answer Ryan's question about the sound he heard crossing the Golden Gate. Bridge. We, let our sound Engineer Rob Speight out of the studio to investigate welcome rob I live. Yeah. So what's with the sound will the sound is actually coming from the bridge itself a new sidewalk railing slats being installed as part of a win retrofit program to make the bridge safer and more resilient. I spoke with Paulo Brazil Schwartz, he works for the Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District. Bridge engineers were designing original railings they wanted to provide pedestrians a sense of safety while allowing drivers to take in views of San, Francisco East, and the Pacific Ocean to the West while on the engineers design the new railings to look like the old ones except this shape makes them look more ever dynamic I'm old railing there. There are a few inches thick almost like a two by four. The new ones are quite thin and when the wind hits them just at the right angle and with enough velocity. What we're hearing now was recorded across the bay. But what are question asker? Ryan experienced was the sound on the bridge itself, right? Yeah. The distant sound is almost ferial whereas for those on the bridge. You can hear it really land moving. So. Loud. In fact that some people even recorded in their call one driving A. The bridge is making the sound all the time. Right? Right. It does require a pretty specific set of conditions are we've only heard at a handful of times where you could hear it beyond the bridge in order to create the effect, we do wins with a little bit of more west or southwest straight west wind doesn't we produce the effect only hearing it when there's a of an angle to it, he also went onto say that wind over a certain speed is also required to make the noise, but they're still studying this to determine what speed actually is. One thing I'm excited about Nubia. In the I found out if you look at the sound using spectral and as you know I'm a bit of a Geek and I do something evenings and weekends. Fundamental frequency of the sound is very special. It's four hundred, Forty Hertz. What's so important about four, hundred and forty hertz well as any musician muno eight, four forty is the tuning standard for the musical note a above C I mean it's kind of a bit technical but in general, all Western instruments use this frequency as the basis of a standard tuning. We did it very similar analysis to yours. I'm sure taking the video and analyzing the frequency four, hundred forty hurts the most audible one. There's also a a higher frequency ten, thousand, ninety, her we did. Recognize early on that one of them had a musical connection is a happy coincidence but the bridge making new noises, musical feature certainly, not something we designed for, which is why we're doing testing and we'll be evaluating mitigation measures to camp or eliminate the noise just based on feedback we've heard from the community. So you've probably got a short window to hear the bridge singing. It's mysterious song across the bay. Before the district implements fixed, we should do keep an eye on the weather forecast for North, westerly or southwesterly wind and then go and have a listen. Rob. Speight thank you so much. Thank you. Your
"speight" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Speight is gonna join us for Porter talk about how restaurants have come together after the death of George the rational Democrats came up with the police misconduct reform bill yesterday which among other things creates a national police misconduct registry bands chokeholds excellent Ching a federal crime finally publicans are set to respond today intraday bird is joining us live from Washington DC with the latest on how Republicans are gonna put together some sort of response to this and what's going on right so this year this proposal by Democrats was solely done by Democrats there was no Republican input in either the house or the Senate in terms of lawmakers weighing in in crafting this proposal this police reform act of twenty twenty so now Republicans are starting to weigh in on this congressional Democrats police misconduct reform bill for example Republican senator Mitt Romney Jim Scott they're said to be working together on their own policy legislation so it it appears that we're going to see another bill a Republican version of the bill in the house Republicans are still discussing their options but as you mentioned there's a highlight in the Democrats version of the bill among other things you know create the national police misconduct registry dance chokeholds makes lynching a federal crime that was all introduced on Monday and it's unclear what is going to actually be in the Republican version but I can tell you there does seem to already be agreement at least on a Mitt Romney side centered at Robbie died on on creating a police misconduct registry as well as limiting the transfer of military equipment to local police but as far as major differences we're just gonna have to wait and see until they actually dropped something up here and then even if Republicans and Democrats can come together in Congress and pass something if we heard anything out of the White House about the opinion of the president on this sort of legislation so that's where things are going to get really interesting because the trump administration while not naming this specific legislation has said that this is the will of board that the will of the radical left that they put in just trying to get rid of or dismantle police altogether but that is not you with that the Democrats version of this bill that is not what it intends to do there is no language that would get rid of police department the president has said he is in favor of getting rid of bad officers but keeping the rest it's still going to be interesting to see at the start to pick up steam first you know it there's so many hurdles that will need to clear before it ever gets the president's staff not the least of which is to see where Republicans especially in the Senate the GOP led Senate where Republicans stand and will they be able to work together with Democrats to come to some sort of compromise even if it passes the house will it happens then it will it passed both chambers I will never get the president's desk I don't know if you know the answer to this but what has DC done with its side with its police reform conversation has there been one I'm just around Lafayette park has been really the center of the epicenter really of the demonstrations here in DC of course Lafayette park is that park a public park right outside of the White House where people have been demonstrating peacefully and a group of peaceful protesters were gassed we moved out of the way as we all know by now for the president to take that that photo in front of the church there and there's been sort of a demilitarized he actually shouldn't call the police force presence there ever spent you know for example I do think this is a relatively small area especially for the south thousands of protesters who have been coming from all over the country so they needed help in sort of I guess controlling the crowds so they used other police departments nearby like in Virginia well Virginia pulled its officers out there that after that the bottle so it's interesting to kind of see the dynamic here locally as well as all the decisions are made federally literally just right down the street especially because those local agencies have to work so often in conjunction with the federal age right well and then also connected to the Democrats bill it looks like Nancy Pelosi and some other politicians getting a lot of heat for wearing those can take cloths scarves when they were announcing what the reform measure would entail yeah they also took a knee and a moment of silence there was a roughly eight minute to symbolized you know how how long officer shop in NY with on a George Floyd so and that was right before they introduced this legislation you know there are some people who are critical and said this is just you know a photo op you know question garb why now Democrats beat this was a big Democrats like Chuck Schumer Nancy Pelosi have been in office for quite some time you know kind of what took so long but generally speaking there justice in policing active twenty twenty reform bill is being well received even though some people say it doesn't even go far enough but at least it's starting the conversation and it's starting the conversation in the form of actual legislation we'll have legislation passed is that you know we're really just really in the infancy stages of this we we hadn't even been on the house or Senate floor for debate yet these are just proposals but it is going to turn into at least some sort of legislative debate and will become law again all those hurdles we talked about not the least of which by the way it is they expected this page Pierce resistance from the law enforcement community Z. entered them burnt live from Washington DC thanks and we appreciate it I appreciate you guys thank you when we come back this libertarian candidate that is going to be running for president yeah they just settled on her late last week she's a professor I know she's a she's a professor of psychology at Clemson.
Bradley Kleihege Recaps Survivor 39, Episode 2
"Please a welcome back to the podcast great bradley clyde i is here a bradley hero how are you how are you very excited how excited they have you here with us to talk about everything that's going on on on the island of the idols i'm excited to be here him it sided we have a new season survivor all good stuff yeah and you had reached out a couple of weeks and said hey wanna come on and want to talk about this season so i am always very excited when the survivors reach out to me that's a huge huge thing for me and it makes me excited that oh you wanna be here because i feel like i'm bothering everybody yeah absolutely you know i watched and listened to our hap- long before i was on survivor ever so it's always exciting to come you know a little bit more of the dream of not only getting to be on the show but still get to be a part of it it's a lot of fun okay well bradley excited to have you here a lot to talk about we got our survivor know it alls last night and you listen to listen to it in the car right here yes how stephen was is on point right stevenson good i think so yeah it's good like oh it are you going to hang out with stephen back now that he's in LA i don't know you're going to have even yes have you seen i have not no i've talked to even a few times converse back and forth but i didn't know he'd moved out to LA to listen to all new here a couple of days so i've extend extend the olive branch and we'll see if we hang out and of course i had a exit interview with molly byman this morning did you ever just listed the molly i did not know but i kinda bad for her she's a law student in do that well okay well we wanna get your take on everything with molly and then our voicemail show's coming up over the weekend with shannon gates of russia get feedback questions in with shannon plus the wiggle room wiggle room you don't like to songs sicilia right yeah you got burnt on it there was a couple of like oh sanley sandler he's so dirtier annoying i was like i'm after say for anybody who's listening to the audio and not watching this video bradley has come right from work and looks very sharp yup yup i'm an attorney now better for worse so what happened so you went to survivor and i thought that you went to survivor because you had some second thoughts about going into fulltime lawyering was that sort of like that you're this you're amish room spring a i'm going to get away from law and then you had your your crazy time and now you're back yeah yeah kind of so yeah i hated loss both from two weeks then i turned around and ran away but nope i'm not going to quit i'm going to keep doing this and then it was amazing i got to go on survivor it was awesome there for eight weeks then went on what i referred to is like the world tour all sorts of other people riding my season for a couple of months after that and then i had to go back to law school for last year and it was devastating yeah really talking at one point you wanted to teach yup i still think teaching yeah i almost ended up working on the bachelor this season that started filming bachelor bachelor in paradise of regular bachelor regular bachelor what would you have done a story producer whoa look at you so i thought that would have been fun but in the end decided maybe that wasn't consistent enough so yeah right now i have a good job and it's fun enough i go to court a few days a week yeah young to the point where we're in front of the judges all the time and they know who i am and i you know a lot of fun is being a lawyer something that you could just like pickup pickup and stop doing like i think about things like if you having a like a skill like okay i can you know lawyer for six months and then i can do you something else or do you have to like once once you pick up being a lawyer you you need to stick with it you can't start and stop i think it's definitely a lot easier if you you picket cricket you keep going because you develop a lot of specialized knowledge right so in school and on the bar exam it's it's all generally you have to know everything but so what i do is trust and probate litigation in and trust and probate administration and so not jeff probst speight oh no i i i hope he has an estate plan otherwise sure i'll i'll drag his ashes through the probate court we'll get it through fire does represent life offend and have i don't even oregon okay so you're you're happy it's it's all good it's fun it's nice to be out of school for right now i mean there are things that i miss i miss not having the school schedule right i i came back from labor day and i was like gay gay new year here we go and everyone in the office it's almost the holidays what are you talking about you know in my mind first week september when everything slows back down and then all all summer travel all the time and everyone's how works in real life ryan so i'm i'm trying to adjust to that awful schedule of two weeks of vacation a year but for now it works and it's not bad i i like my coworkers and they make a drinking buddies after work so ooh fun time a russian guy brought a bottle of scotch door today because we're holding on to ten thousand dollars yeah he wanted them back so so yeah it's not a client but trying to buy one of our clients houses and so he thought he would give a scotch and exchange for his money and we'll take the scotch but we're gonna you're not drunk right now no no no god no i know i art to all right bradley let let's talk about what's going on here on the island of the idols did you enjoy a the first two episodes so far i did yeah i think the the the theme is ridiculously hokey but in highly entertaining way yes i mean it's just it it's amazing i don't know what robin sandra doing their quizzing wellcoll testing people the questions were very easy i could have answered them just following the two of them on facebook didn't get anything wrong in the in the questions submitted a little sad because one of the dogs died while she was there back excellent i was like wow i hope she doesn't real yeah all right p. real you knew then you look at us you yourself you post about these dogs on facebook friends with our yeah yeah what's sanders great so yeah i think it's it's funny the massive heads and met sandra before yeah yeah yeah where hearts of reality i did yeah yeah and what did she say bushy a fan of yours she was yeah luckily we had the same handler on the prematch trips oh i'm so he kind of yes connected oh you guys would get along yeah you're both cranky and like to be in charge about boston rob i've not met him yeah because it that'd be fun as this was pointed out to me that you a reference even boston rob fac in your were season i believe i have the clip i'm trying to play like a mosque or kim spradlin you know somebody that's got the numbers and he's in control and just needs just keep ducks in a row now it's something like you feel like that maybe that maybe it shouldn't be sandra's head is the other head there should it be kim oh yeah you you know according to ghost island bradley maybe that's the case but i have not my life volvo love sandra she has salty and calls a how she sees it and also did you watch the clip that survivor maybe posted on their instagram or something where they were talking about their backs hurting sleeping on the bamboo like oh we're getting too old for this and then like hobbled all down to the beach robin sandra larry's yes i'll look for that for the feedback really funny okay all right crazy vote last last night where it ended up being a molly being the target of the vote bradley what what did you make of this was this too much too to fast should they have taken the shore thing there with the voting out nora jason i mean i guess the answer would be of course yet you should have taken the sure thing if it didn't work but it worked and so i think lauren brilliantly she did a really good job of surveying the situation realizing that there were some people that thought they were on top and she can take people that were on the bottom and and make a move and i think it's something like molly is dangerous molly smart seemed like maybe there was a little problem getting along with everybody thinking she was a little bit better i may know a little bit about that and yeah so yeah she played from i think what her position russian wasn't a middle position and she rallied the troops and it was it was really fun to watch your if you're in the middle in this group of ten i know that in your navy tribe it was like there was no middle right it was a clear-cut five and five or where there are a lot of people that will could have gone either way not many people that could have gone either okay i mean we didn't vote so i i don't know how it would have shaken out right but that's i think the the accepted take it seemed like that in this group there was a three on one side and to on the other and maybe five people in the middle deciding which way they want it to go and it seems like for this vote they threw their lot in with jason and nora yeah it seemed like you know what i think that jason put a target on his back early enough and nor is just nuts in a really fun to watch kind of way yeah yeah that they're easy to keep along because they're either of them really a threat to do anything yet i mean jason potentially i could morph into somebody that that finds his own makes it pass his day one going look the idol and not socializing participating yeah yeah i i thought it was a good move yeah i thought it was definitely a fun move move i don't know necessarily what this looks like for this group the next time they have to go and vote somebody using go to bed and more less dangerous for them to keep molly then to vote nora i mean i think that certainly seems less dangerous yeah because you've got to figure that they're going to at some point they then you're going to go to three tribes that i mean that's typically what the i i hope that that's the hard part i love watching survivor and everything but the problem is when you swap constantly gently right we can sit here and we can talk about these scenarios but yeah if you just keep mixing people up constantly where's the
Weekend Racing Preview - Rosehill & Caulfield
"Group one rising everywhere so we're GONNA have contracts Coalfield Josie and Melissa to Sydney with your track report here. We'll stop because obviously it's a great bond. Rising on Saturday Ryo true good full lose hill a little bit of wing North North Easterly which will maintain its look. It's not going to have that much. Impact only fifteen ks but here. I think this is going to be a big advantage on spayed around Rosehill on Saturday and now we get to coalfield on Sunday at six. Mehta's good good for now windy speak of and again I think on Spain is going to be a huge advantage for shoot rices aimed for eight hundred plus the Emma. You've got to be on. I think they're going to be winning. Lots of rices absolutely group one racing tracks. GonNa Cover today but we got to Sydney first because that is the satellite. Let's have a look at the golden rose market. He People Act as your fiber. Currently it's free dollars exceedances sixty yard dash and yes yes yes yes at four hundred fifty. We we go from there. Cube Rick and Castle Vecchio both eleven dollars prints firewall twenty dollars passage twenty-six and others further further Josie the map match really important. I think probably the most important part of this race is a small field and I don't think they going to go fast Yale. Dash I think laid and he is where I think the rise can be one lost because I think maybe we can see at so. I just don't think horses and exceedances even Castle Vecchio had that early Gates Right Speight close enough and you in a slower on rice doesn't matter if you're not too far off them but when you go to host like bb Wack in front of you lost dot ran twenty to one eleven into lost four hundred loss two hundred and they couldn't catch him. I think this is gonNA sit up exactly locked at Yale Dash. Hey can laden. He's going to give a massive run as well as to. I think you're going to clear out and I just think the widest rice is going to be run. It sits up perfectly for BBC wacky got back to his best on the dry track. I think these treacle suit horses on Spe Kobe on with the Godolphin Blue Army to win the Golden R-ariz. Bv Wack Very Good Josie. Do you agree that's good as before no because he writes divert different pressure here. There's any tools is in this race that have won seven for the loans. That's Prince foul was it was terrible. I up and of course Kosovac and I want to talk about Kaseke. I because he's had an unusual preparation Russian coming into this race. He ran over fifteen hundred meters. I up with fifty eight. He got back on a die way. You couldn't really might grand and when he indeed when you go to the outside after being ridden CODA gain a flu and he showed the acceleration that I wanted to see adjust picked on these running saw the last fifty so he comes back an extra hundred meters fights while while like castell Vicki I was because this is a small field josie spike speed dash guy fold and dictate terms terms BIVOUAC with full. Don't pass each go forward and put some pressure on these horses in existence needs to come across us. Don't passage BIVOUAC and sit on those horses. This is a group one. These more pressure is tactical in this small field guy back and Watch Castle Vecchio when he sat when he drew and saw it and he set up on the speed when he when he's group one champagne. Hey Ken seek close. You don't have to draw net where he has to come back in Roy Court. He's only going to be three pays back a set. Nas and close when he want. He's a group one and he saw has run out of the fourteen hundred when he was thirty at to go back in a massive run once again and he has the acceleration tuna foot to seat off these pressure in a group one race ace be close enough this time and pick them apart light dropping back set whites drop from the fifty eight to sit whites a seats closer. He's drone bed up oil blocking and I can't believe the price that we're going to get castaway. Cay Ifa may cause he's proven at this four hundred hundred and he's absorbed this type of pressure group pressure beforehand so i WanNa wrote
jeff Walker discusses his Launch Masterclass
"Basically I've spent four days talking to people telling me how great my material is worked for that launch like Jeff Walk us so today is a great day. I'm just wrapping up shooting shooting case studies for my launch masterclass so I've recorded two dozen of these now and I'm going to be using him during the master class and so basically I had this day where I just talked to one person after another after another we did these four days but basically people tell me about about their amazing launches and how these launches have completely changed their lives built. A business enabled them to serve people created a great lifestyle so basically I've spent four days talking to people telling me how great mind material has worked for them and those are good days. You just never get sick. Hearing people and I know a lot of you watching us. You've got clients that you work with new. Make amazing impact on them. Just never get sick of hearing people apple. Tell you like how much their work is. How how is your work has changed their lives so absolutely great days. Were coming into the launch masterclass. I'm basically take these case studies. I'll be using them throughout the masterclass. The tough part is I got my tap favourite twelve out out of these two dozen and it's going to be it's going to be tough making that making that call but the another other news about this masterclass so it's coming up. It starts this Thursday. If you're watching this as I release this it's coming up this Thursday. September twelfth and September twelfth and it was interesting. I mentioned that and last in last week's video and the we got this response. It was almost like a panic kind the response from a bunch of people that were like I'm I can't make that date and in fact all the dates here it is September twelfth. September sixteenth is the next one all of these are four. PM EASTERN US time the next one is a nineteenth and then the final class is on the twenty third. Are these are four different classes. It's not like I'm doing the same thing over the all build on average so everyone's like hey. I'm in England. It's going to be ten. PM At night or or I'm in Australia. It's going to be six. AM in the morning. What are you going to do so this is at the everything's? GonNa be set up so that you can have a great experience to matter where you live in the world or whether you're working or whatever so we will have recordings that will be available and I've got I'll have this concierge page. Each that will have all the resources available. You'll be able to go check that concierge page at any time now. This is the important thing is I am going to do my best to try to convince you to attend alive because what I've seen over. The years is the people that attend live are the people pulled that get the best results so there will be a segment during each of these live trainings that we call the super-secret segment. That's not part of the recordings and that's just the little carrot to try to get you attend and you're like Jeff. That's not fair I'm in Australia. It's like you guys start at like six. AM Well. I'll tell you what last year's masterclass your class people from. I think almost two hundred countries that attended and a lot of people were getting up at four in the morning or staying up until two in the morning. It just comes down to commitment. It comes down to commitment. I want you to commit to be there with in the masterclass with me. It's going to be groundbreaking. It's going to be better than last year and last year was better than anything it's ever been so. I encourage you if you can to attend it live. If you can't then just commit that you are going to be. What will you'll watch the recording within say twenty four hours of the live broadcast so I really really wants to attend live but I really want you to get the most out of this in the best way possible so yeah. We're just depending on exactly when you're watching. We're just a few days out September twelfth. I master class. There's going to be a link down below to register preregister. There's no cost you take your email book at your registered and then a few days we'll be releasing our concierge page. That's going all the resources that you need and it's the place that you can just keep on checking back because in addition to these four live broadcasts. There's going to be download. There's going to be a facebook support group and there's going to be extra goodies release on that Speight so it's all full out just did all these case studies. It's very exciting. I'm looking forward to it. I am completely amped up to just show up and serve as in as big a way as possible to try and get as many people launched as I can. That's what a guy for you. There'll be a link down below to get registered for the master. Class must go missing
Schick Creates Club for Bald Guys
"This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from pitney goes. Try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit p._b._a. Dot com slash b w daily the uh from wondering i'm david brown and this is business wars daily. Hey we made it to friday. Everyone congratulations when i told you about the owner of schick razors acquiring the hot direct to consumer company harry's razors back in may. I had no idea that i was doing any kind of fortune telling but it turns out that something i mentioned well. It's a big deal and that is this. The online site vox pen defy story about the multibillion dollar shaving market arket shrinking because americans are aging well at the time. The vox reporter wrote tongue in cheek of course when you get old. You don't grow as much hair so you don't shave as much and then end unrelated. You die here that you don't grow as much hair well. Schick is paying very close attention to all of our bald spots in wants is to celebrate our shiny heads and of course sell more razors in the process so it's launching the b. i. P. club which stands for <hes> bald important people got that as its name suggests. The b i p is exclusive. The only way to join is to prove that you are indeed bald by visiting the b. i. p. website and having your head scanned by a special vision recognition technology app prove your head is actually reflective surface and not only can you join this edgy group. You'll get to enter a contest for a trip to new york and invite to a splashy event but bald ist party ever. They're calling it during new york's famous fashion week proud of your naked noggin. Well mark your calendars september thirteenth. We're not quite sure how much fun and exclusive group of ball guys might have not for us to ask why the party planners are likely having a field asics business strategists are hard at work behind the scenes the point of the be i._p. Of course is to sell chicks line of extreme disposable razors shit claims this line has a legacy of helping guys master after the art of head shaving who knew well whatever you think of a party featuring head-shaving stations bald influencers the whole idea of a bald important people is pretty smart marketing. Wouldn't you say as the online trade publication marketing dive points out eighty. Five percent of men over the age of fifty have thinning thinning hair. That's a virtually untapped market for razor makers and those sales have to come from somewhere schick sells its razors through brick and mortar retailers and and those sales have been losing ground to online razor makers harry's and the dollar shave club of course schick parent edge well now owns harry's a shrewd move but the company is still trying trying to support chicks brick and mortar sales shit claims that people who shave their heads shaved three times as often as men who shave their beards and mustaches by targeting getting a market that looks on the face of it anyway to offer a ton of opportunity schick is trying to stave off gillette speight. The legacy razor company is so weekday its owner proctor and gamble runoff eight billion dollars from its books essentially that means p. and g. adjusted gillette's value downward citing what we already know that fewer men are shaving their facial hair just because those relatively few men who already shaved their head shave often however does not mean that ships bald important important people initiative will catch on will be able to transform baldness from frustrating too fashionable well. That could be a lot harder. Her schick is banking from wondering this is is business wars day. This week's episodes were written edited and produced by elaine appleton grain edited and produced by hammer portland. Our executive producer is marshall created by or non lopez. I'm david brown and we'll see you next week. So this episode is brought to you by send pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from from your desk has never been simpler than with sent pro online from pitney bowes with simple online is just click sand and save for as low as four dollars ninety eighty nine cents. That's right four dollars. Ninety nine cents a month. Send envelopes flats and packages right from your p._c. And you are back to business in no time. Try it for free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale but only when you visit p b dot com slash b._w. Daily that's p._b. Dot com slash b w daily.
"speight" Discussed on Behind the Bets
"But yeah, I did not into Speight that. Because it wasn't X rated right. That kind of movie so that was a little uncomfortable. It's funny. So anyways, we do not have Bobby Bobby voice that scene. We have voice. Okay. So that's going to do it for this podcast special. Thanks to Jeff Sherman. And we will have like I said the NBA play-off podcast on Thursday. And honestly, there's nothing better than the first round the playoffs. Well like every day in the NBA season. And when we do that I round of the playoffs podcast on Thursday VAT, as when we're gonna unveil who it is the one a couple of t-shirts, he's still have a few days left. Yes. Oh my gosh. I forgot days left to get your pictures in at Doug ESPN. If you got pedicures send along a picture of it with a receipt or a newspaper or something showing that it did. In fact, happen sometime either this weekend or over the beginning of the week. All right. I'm so glad you brought that up Dopp. I'm embarrassed. I should've talked about at the top of the show. I have a we have a winner. So far. Whereas gentlemen, coral good to see you Karl sent a picture in with the like, the the pedicure photo and receipt, circling the date. So Carl will be getting a shirt shirt in the mail. Very very, nice and. Reading his direct message also had UVA over Texas Tech for plus five hundred of matchup kind of thing before the final full. Yeah. So nail that five to one good thing. I didn't respond when he was asked me as it worth hedging, so. I did it on purpose. I wanted you to handle that so Carl in Denver. Nice pedicure. Nice t shirt and nice winter on the ticket. They're so well done, and I've I've really enjoyed the pedicure love it little buzz that we've been created. So I think people are a little we'll take him back when I'm like tweeting about like gambling odds and like some of the tournament game. And then a picture of guys deal big deal. Big deal the sentiment. I got t shirts to send you appreciate. Everyone's loyal listenership and also loyal viewership on the show getting a lot of positive feedback. We appreciate it from everyone. All right. That's going to for this pot again Thursday and Dopp said still plenty of time to send in your pedicure photos.
"speight" Discussed on TechStuff
"In fact, I, I can't believe that they did include that. It blows my mind that anyone would. I think anyone who has spent. I don't know five minutes on the internet would tell you there's no way that's going to end well, and I'm even reminded of when I got my first sound card in the nineteen nineties. It was a sound blaster sound card. It included. On it software an app called Dr Speight slow, which was essentially a variation on the old Elisa chat bot the Elisa chat bot would sort of mimic a therapist. So those chat bots essentially repeat stuff back to you, but they would do it in the form of a question. So if you typed in, I am angry. You might get a response like, why do you think you are angry? So it's, you know, going through this kind of process like like a old school therapist Dr Speights. So would do the same thing except Dr space. Oh, because it was part of a sound card would actually say these things not just type it. So it would say, why do you think you are angry anyway? One of the things you could do with Dr Speight Zo was make him say stuff. You could tell him to say certain words, including swear words. And since I was a young teenager at the time, I figured that was the height of both technology and comedy. So it was the exact same thing that was going on with take, except what was happening with today was on. On a much larger basis and got way worse than my somewhat uninspired teenager mind could handle, like, I didn't know most of the words that were being used against Tayo or make a made to take to repeat if that was all that was going on with TAY might have been possible for Microsoft to disable the repeat after me feature and keep the chat around, but things actually got a bit weirder. I'll explain that more in a second. But first, let's take another quick break to thank our sponsor. This episode is brought to you by Nord VPN. And if you've been listening to recent episodes of tech stuff, you heard me talk about VPN's and why they are important for your internet security. If you wanna make sure that your SP isn't tracking everything you're doing, whether it's a government agent or some hacker trying to spy on you. Maybe it's some sort of malware that's getting associated with your router. You can end up clearing out that router using this VPN service, and it will provide incredible protection..
"speight" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"And all of that like all these dynamics ear in play starting this dragon stone sequence off with sacrificial burning which is going to be charene speight as well so like all this is good on the rewatch i think but is it the best of the episode yeah i know means it's definitely the worst i like that status is trying to get his groove back and it's sort of like back to play in the hits where the first episode that we see status the season two premiere that's when they're you know they're back to burning people at stake and it's like all right sure selena's brother this is how we're going to really kick start status two point oh let's burns them more people at the stake come on sale later axel florent the coolest name of the most like you know unimportant character in game of thrones like for for just like a total npc i think he's got the best name going florent yeah like a true rockstar name yes do you feel like is that a subtle axl rose acknowledgement here in the lion and the rose character named axel and florent is a you know only hops keeping a jump to flower yeah and i also thought yeah that's good oh that's good i was thinking axel fully and i was thinking lord florent of house beverly hills sir florent perhaps no that's good i think that's right that that feels that feels like a good shout out i think that that's gotta be that's gotta be thing was it comes from the book i don't remember take me down to the paramour city.
"speight" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards
"It's cute because i really i genuinely think that if you gave people the battery of of consequentialist dance logical tasks and you you divide people up or you gave him a score like an overall consequentialist score i i don't think that this is a test of of whether or not they're actually dion tala gis right for the reasons that i said and moreover i think that if you gave people those fourteen i don't know how many they use but the battery and then you ask them a simple trolley dilemma i don't think that score would predict the response on the trolley the switch flip the switch dilemma either because most people in you know actually say yes look the switch and all of those other ones where it involves personal harm they say no okay you've convinced me i have a lower opinion of the study than i did before i mean to give the authors credit they anticipate one of the directions that are raised and and they also to speight another one one about animal that i think that people just don't think that way about animals but their responses that recent research however recent research suggests that there is a symmetry between how people treat animals and other humans particular it's probably more to people's treatment of animals to how they treat human out groups into soon people treat animals as an entirely different moral category this is a lot that i don't like about that argument one they didn't actually measure group.
"speight" Discussed on FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast
"Cool so so you don't break oh pizza promises pizza within minutes and it won't cost you an arm and leg use coupon code frazzled for five silver off your next pizza i fifty orders get a free site of the via cookies vf d stands for very fun desert the lemonade sticker doodles perfect for eating while watching netflix regarding dollar in speight reports are coming into us that dollar an will remain in the broken aisles we will keep you updated if we learned anymore information an update to our coverage on the auction house system galley wick shut down the auction house on wednesday he cites reversal auction house fee which we discussed in seventeen he said that because of the community's reaction to the fee he decided to shut down the remote access due to its rising costs think with the pi is remain up but sadly no access to buy or sell while on the toilet galax just said is down g or fortnight on your phone instead that's my goblin impression this has been the francis report i am frankly spark span and find the show at raza report dot com until next week be awesome i'm off to go get a pizza from right coup pizza i think we'll get either a swedish banana pizza told maybe hungry for that one where a ham and pineapple pizza maybe i'll see sorts wants a slice.
Injuries may end playing career of Georgia WR Michael Chigbu – CollegeFootballTalk
"The nfl draft which is coming up prospect connor williams explains how he feels about potentially being drafted by the patriots he's on at nine zero five am eastern this is great story here federal lawmakers from louisiana and washington have submitted legislation to award former saints in washington state university football player steve gleason with the congressional gold medal the honor for gleason is for his work as an advocate for people with a ls also known as lou gehrig's disease which he himself has former michigan quarterback walton speight announced thursday he is transferring to ucla the graduate transfer will be eligible to play immediately tiger woods is file his entry to play in the us open for the first time since two thousand fifteen woods finished tied for thirty second that the masters as he continues his comeback from multiple back surgeries the second major of the year slated for june fourteenth at shinnecock hills on long island it's back to fenway and back to baseball for the rubber game between the yankees and red sox boston busy thursday is the bruins also opened their series with the leafs highlights ahead when sportscenter allnight return stay with us i think he was just going in hard but he went in hard a little late spiked up for the game oregon slide in the second base was clean slide yankees that's where everybody wants wants sportscenter all night.
"speight" Discussed on Sounds Good with Branden Harvey
"Influencing my life decisions and now it kinda seems like a note thing but literally i was walking around life numb is essentially what was happening so to get by end to survive i learned the parameters again which is like take great photos smile say hi to people connect just enough and then cut a move on uh go into your own space and my struggle is still uh disassociation that does my survival speight associating from yourself for myself so this probably is not super common of a thing but maybe to very few people can relate to like i've i've had people when i've been in the room with them and i'm just feeling exhausted i can make literally leave my body if i it it that's where it feels like 2 outta all 'cause i i can go so deep inside and like the little chao to make him like curl up in a ball in dislike lay down in like arrest and then i've just like disconnected from the rest of reality welcome to be in in a in in so without getting into too many details you know what were those early days of counselling like other than the hardest work you've ever done um yeah yeah the earliest days were kind of the injury way the pathway in to healing in therapy is the start of it is talk therapy in and when i talk about therapy i'm come in from talking about from a perspective of trauma so um physical abuse mental abuse um another way to think about as a kind of like you for the idea of ptsd ya um all that kind of trauma affects the brain and the emotional wellbeing of yourself in a very similar way does everybody have some degree of trauma or does not at like how does that work does is it just some people or i mean i'm i can only speak yes yeah i said oughta probably the safest thing trump but the only thing i encourage people to do is they feel like they have experienced.
"speight" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"It's weird like some of your there's so many shows on tv know him at this is a great you wanna hear hear about that i never your but any of these great show right well no i do think there is a i think that if you are a focus driven person who is who is sort of a likes likes to have their success measured by effort and grading in that can i think this is the wrong profession because there's no if you graduate from yale law school into top tim senior class you're going to get in good law firm yeah you know here at your divine period not this new eu veteran yale leader schools the best actor out of that schools may never make a nickel yeah that's absolutely true i have friends who are great actors who are not making any right so like eat it's it's frustrating in that regard that ugo it doesn't matter how hard you work or now it does matter i i believe that effort pays off and i believe that you know you it don't you'd have to be good to succeed longterm all these things i do believe to be true but really and truly just out of the gate at a b e there is no correlation between academic excellence uh academic success and raw talent and visit success those things are not all inexorably linked like they are and other munitions is though that can drive one nuts if ula if you let it get an your noodle ivic throw on tomor you know i i know my dad would always be like you know i know when he was thinking that come on your an actor how hard is your job you don't work you don't work because he's learned the wheel he was working six two six every night for his entire life and bus that his asan you know you worked for company in right and and he's like what are you do any say a few lines you save feet also a tournament or you're dead at what they are now no he's i get i just i and i found myself at a younger age just always defend him was do you realize the the the the odds of me even beyond the show do you realize that that you know the hours are they workers twelve to sixteen hours sometimes you it.
"speight" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"Copy to dig junior like you just gotta you could spend your whole life court don't call me that and you're likely a miserable health i called assaliya called so many yes those don't can rosy paul beirut what does it mean security jerkov because you're in high school you gotta be gave few jerk off in the mic now i guess all my friends or gags as we all jerkov more than amount of big jerk offer we can get him about but so what's the wooed the most creative like you're like well that was a creative turn on my name charred dick spate chard a bunch of my cousins from atlanta georgia kkob chart secondhalf of richard chart charge spray inera i didn't realize it charges of vegetable it was yard but it's like a thing but i always had us lever because they didn't go with the obvious dig junior dig dig faced iggy whatever it with dickhead you know if you think a change in your name as a child real like speight i got a change my last name it doesn't sound like a movie star how 'bout richard speight narmer no i never did and you know in in i always look i who with richards bay junior like nobody thought my dad's an actor i could it is going to respect later i can simplify it but i went with the full of my and as like my name sounds like a law firm is is the very long speech junior and sun it doesn't sound like a casual what rosenbaum but rose amount has like a rhythm to it like riches bay juniors like sounds like a drum set falling downstairs is not it's like britain rosenbaum as like michael rosen.
"speight" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"You're a period where to me yes okay and now in this by week uh is this something that you're going to assess the position regardless of health coach we are first we're in an improvement we we don't refer to identify we ice bridge a k through very weak what was your question now is just are you going to uh in the ss the position regardless of health at the quarterback spot between oh corn and will speight moving forward coach i know we we feel uh we feel good about the position uh i don't think there's any more stressing that needs to take place and uh if you question is if if there is a hud battle or i i think that's where you're trying to go with this uh my right most should i just walking through the front doors what you're saying coachman right door we know each other we know each other we go way back on all right i'll walk through the front door is there a quarterback of competition going on right here at the university of michigan now there's not and there won't there wouldn't be until we really know the the help of wilting speight okay see i should have just knocked on the front door you're right here oh he's the best so what does happen on any improvement week i love that word by the way i've never heard that one before what happens on an improvement we coach trying to get better today than we were yesterday tried to be better tomorrow than we were today looking for improvement 1 percent improvement point zero one percent improvement to get them out.
"speight" Discussed on The Fifth Column
"Jim shell you'll 'brava gilts about vase alone the fucking twitter and go 'love attention on the fucking what's his brother i have a great brother he's grease an actor right harry my brother my mother my my my brothers amos harry and he is fantastic he is a writer and actor in person the whole grid but as the he can't intimate story i saw and i thought it was about you i saw this thing kevin speight on kevin spacey in like ahead he mentioned that to you over the years did you know about this okay so yeah we isolate where this yeah i mean come on as out there it's out there okay we'll talk about this zia so anyways i guess i will have started explains whether this be as he had told of this harry my father's being the play cruise your father my father's natura name richard dreyfuss and in two thousand eight my using the play the kevin directed at the old rwandan and harry who was eighteen at the time flew out there to spend time with them it uh and and kevan grabbed him and like came onto him he did all these things and harry i was leading ally trying to be an actor failing and harry coal being one night and said like kevin came on to me and i was you know there was a there was a brother rivalry going on in my life with harry and i said bullshit bigger and liar and wiring warm view.
"speight" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"I've been listening friend who bought me a i think not knowing and elderly friendly bought me some shower joke who'd isis is there they making it admission he there was a guy that my uni peaceful co kudo isis was then she has lived without well it's this socalled islamic state so i call skase okay that's what they're real name is they're not do so what are they cohen islamic state come on tribal hotter well these nights spent up to the audience if i was a terrorist i just be embarrassed about the americans have barricaded themselves the laos true sit back and them do themselves is going to be quicker astle i'm saying if i was a terrorist i be embarrassed that's what i'm saying if you have a problem with that we had it that well he give you some interesting so i will talk bits mildly seriously at the end of the cover you did some interesting on your blog on your website about the khadaffy in the body image i already sort of interesting because obviously you are an exmodel and many people would say you're very attractive and not me pettigrew assay attractive i'd rather the bellybutton from my but you saw talk about your your own issues with that sort of with body image problems abacha yeah but shit and i think motley didn't help is just just to bed speight where to say it is i think instagram is this match that making you need look at the people and coming down that line here say very about that is just hottest comparison into yeah you're so much comparison the movement and i find that quite difficult and i try try to tweet besters like old excellent speak it feminist by i'm still like oh i had fried chicken and now i want to kill myself soviets is a funny outlined to walk bs i think it's difficult because if if my generation yeah well it sort of interesting that the you know.
"speight" Discussed on Championship Drive
"They felt like because of the experience coming back on defense even though a lot of those guys didn't start especially the guys up front they had played enough and they had made enough big plays there might not be as much of a drop off his people were thinking but on offense the reason i am disappointed is because when jim harbaugh first took that job i remember saying that based on his track record the one thing that i expected is that they would immediately get tougher on the line of scrimmage and they would get better at quarterback because that's what he's done everywhere where been heat those two things have happened quickly and i think they did in year one you know you saw michigan in those two areas get better immediately and that's why they were a really good team from the start and obviously really close to making a play off a year ago but to have seen them take a step back this year on the offensive line just there's not much there that you can you can really even say positive things about and then the quarterback play either with returning starter i think wilton speight is regressed in a lot of ways and then obviously last week it's tough to completely judge john oh corn on playing a game in weather like that but i think it is fair to say that the michigan offense is not nearly what they should be in year three under a coach you're so good analyzing stuff i mean this was a team that heads the fewest starters of any team and the fbi a serious returning starters or any team in the fbi but they had more bad when are we all.
"speight" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"And uh ended up acquitting themselves very well i watched the rear last night i tuned in just as speight to the next pick six and then there was the blocked punt i was surprised at your composure and the first thing i thought of his i'm watching your demeanor on the sideline is i wonder if what you went through is a quarterback when you were in the nfl how does that affect you would all in how you coach quarterbacks does it yeah yeah been in those situations where uh where you've been you know you've been punched in the nose are your bombing you know you just to you i mean it's just it's going bad and you're you're uh you're just out there bombing for everybody to see and uh and you gotta you got a chance i mean you got a chance as a as a player as a as a team as a unit uh to get the train going in the other direction amis got to come to a stop in you got to turn it on the tracks and and get a going the other way and it's it's it's not easy to do but uh it's the better way to do than just compared chill aiding and uh and giving in so um yeah that that i've been have been there and uh and uh you know gotta i've been there for you know enough times were i know complete humiliation been humbled and uh you know so you're you're harden to it this does yelling at a quarterback ever help.
"speight" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football
"Twenty four to seven alabama winds will stay in the sec yep michigan knocks off florida by a thirty three to seventeen score jim mcilwaine i thought put it best in his postgame comments he said quote we got warped what i heard walked in forever but i think that our own it's about as accurate as you're gonna find let's start with michigan here because i thought it was an impressive win despite the full rebuild of of their defense and despite the fact that florida was without jordan scarlett and antonio kallay still really impressive especially in the second half where they shut out florida florida's only touchdowns came off to pick six is on high throws from wilton speight their offense had under two hundred yards total just eleven yards rushing on the ground they fumbled fivetimes they lost three the question that i think i'm going to have now moving forward about michigan is whether it's a thing where wow their their defense is really good again or oh florida's offense is really just that bad again i don't know it might take until october when michigan plays penn state for us to get a definitive answer on that but i thought at least in week one michigan look pretty impressive would four to be better off just having a jugs machine and the backfield them i just have like an assistant back there is i listen it's gone straight up down the middle of the field whatever happens happens you get a tight spiral you wouldn't get any fumble god.
"speight" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
"And so we i had i wanted to make that movie really badly and who's going around with this woman who for long story long story and she was kind of in the industry and she met her mom and a and it was like a whole thing and uh and and then my friend casey nice that was like hey give me 72 hours will get you the money and then he said all right on the seventy thousand like neat me on the corner of x and y uh and bring a change of clothing for the weekend and then i went out to long island to the hamptons and i spent the weekend at this guy andy spades house and he's created kate spade in his brothers david speight and he's like a really conceptual thinker and he saw the shorts and he loved them any read the script and he said to me is like all right i wanna make this movie in this is how we're going to make it i'm going to hire you to make a short film for kate spade and then with and you're going it's been three four thousand dollars on it and then with the remainder of it you're going to spend it on the feature film because in his idea his motto was why spend one hundred twenty thousand dollars on a few double spread pay ads in vogue when i could just give it to a filmmaker needed that with mike meals he did that as he did that with a lot of filmakers actually very forwardthinking guy and of course me i the short film that i did ended up turning it into it was an accidental feature film that will basically we've made for free and that ended up going to can and that was a again it was a very much in ever thought anyone would ever see it it's called the pleasure being robbed and at the same time bad i i will i was in college and i was making a short film up in boston this was like the really the only time we were separate.
"speight" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Is there already on certain less defensive lineman um he'll be highly effective and shangari from the course the star recruit from last year he'll be up there so i think defense will be very strong uh the offense uh with speight almost certainly will be back as the starting quarterback oh corn who uh geno corn who registered a behind take reduct two years ago we were we thought he is going to be the starter last year and then uh wasn't speech jump ahead of them in august which frankly shocked me um but i will give harba credit for this he brought back boashan backwards very brutal old school strict meritocracy does not care where you're transferred from hamas that out if you're an allamerican last year whatever ever playing better on friday yes not on saturday but does spe will be dealing with again the offensive line is not the strength of this team and uh and they wide receivers again we'll be very new you lost jake but i do your chest and um are darbeau those three prime starters three nfl ours what's at stake uh other than a win or loss in this opening game against florida ban eitan is and we both know of course that these early games tend to be vastly overweighted as far as trained do discern a big 10 power versus sec power and this is not of course you know ohio state or penn state last year's big can winter against alabama its uh michigan right now ranked second in the big ten east sometimes third behind penn state um and a fourteen is good but it's not alabama and yeah we both know this is going to get a ton of attention all you got to do is look back at the scoreboard i mean northwestern vanderbilt kenneth attention i'm a very indiana guess attention uh album wisconsin wisconsin lsu these all get a ton of attention uh this will be overblown one way or the other i guarantee it'll be overblown if a florida wins it's the sec rules as always and as a fraud in the jobs john what's that.