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"st. wind" Discussed on 7 Layers
"And not to incur this sort of time delay of sending it first to you. Know z scaler or net scope or an eye boss will so on and then furthermore when you don't have that sort of fully security hardened use cpi device that's able to inspect and secure the traffic. See either at the home oil or at the local colo. Then you'll your traffic's. Some proportion of your traffic is in all likelihood going direct to the cloud to the internet without passing through the at cloud. Base the service. You know say a gala and. So there's there's thank gap that that and that gap is something. That's prevalent across all of these enterprises. globally right now. So that's that's where there's vulnerability from a security standpoint and you know it needs to be addressed. But like i say like it's gonna take time for these use ep devices to become hot and and as i mentioned i think versus seems to be somewhat by luck but also some not a lot of it is also that strategy and credit to them. They're in the right place because they have both pots of the key. Parts of that puzzle. You know that they can Fit into the jacksonville. Yeah there's a lot of moving parts in this Of course and as organizations shift from or rather than sassy what are these technologies that they should be keeping an eye on for. I need this technology or this technology would bring out more advantages from a sassy solution. What are these key technologies that are defining sassy in your eyes. Yeah we'll like mention. It's this cloud security the uc at the two key components. The other two of course. Dns and then sort of a zero trust network access. The other portions I think for a lot of these fenders You know where they don't have a really good handle on the cloud security. Ou cpa the temptation is either. It will not just temptation will be serie to grow it. Internally organically built it organically The other is to partner so for example. You see z. Scaler is partnering with the basically. Because they don't have the you. Cpa component the partnering actively with different sdn vendors. Right or Asha right now is is sort of. You know trying to partner with with sdn vendors. Because you know that's part of their those cloudplayer's are also sort of touting towards this this general space also and so and then the third option for them is acquisition and i i would anticipate that the these cloud players like net scope. Poor i boss You know they're going to be or even aversa They're going gonna be receiving a lot of acquisition office and for some of them. That i mentioned they have received all says and they'd rather go to go for an ipo. But i'm sure that there's a lot of interest to to acquire those pieces of the puzzle palo alto networks quite cloud gen-x for the st wind component. But you know they really even with prisma they really don't have the hands completely around a good solid sassy often so you know it's entirely possible that That they acquired some company additionally same with the cisco means yes cisco has the components but frankly they acquired a while back open. Dns which is now rebranded as umbrella..
"st. wind" Discussed on 7 Layers
"We look at different aspect of technology from literal wires in the ground to switches and routers and all the way up to the exploded amount of smart devices around us. I'm your host. Connor craven associate studios editor at sds central this week. We are getting an experts perspective on secure access services edge in just a moment. You'll hear from paul kohler principal consultant at the silicon valley technology. Alliance if you have to our previous upset the covered. Sassy i suggest to give it a listen it will give you all the basic information acronyms. You'll need to know before jumping into this conversation. I won't hold you any longer. Please enjoy interviewed with paul kohler. Welcome listeners to my interview with principal consultant at the silicon valley technology alliance. Paul kohler we are here today to talk about the technology secure access services edge or sassy for short but before we begin. How are you today. paul Doing very well. Thanks conor could you tell the listeners. A bit about yourself and philipson on where your knowledge on security service edge comes from. Yeah sure sure so So i I worked at cisco three different stints. I've worked. vm-ware also vip tele St wind pioneer and then through of had various different held various different roles Tech support seo sales engineer systems engineer t emmy product manager technology alliance partnerships running partnerships and for the coach. Just over the past year. I've been an independent consultant. I focus on. Sdn and cloud security and network management strategy then that role. I kind of talked various. Different contacts. That i've made the is These various different companies and try and keep on top of old various trends yet your focus on sdn networking security. That all seems to tie pretty well together to make what most people define sassy Speaking speaking of how people define sassy garner defined the technology in twenty nineteen but that definition sort of existed in vacuum. How would you define sassy. Yeah shaw so i think you know. It's it's really primarily two key components one is the security Sort of cloud based security portion and then the other is the actual enforcement portion so a use. Cpa portion so that cloud security portion. I think you know that there's been a lot of sort of disparite Solutions on the security side so like firewall cosby sake And then also you've got ips ideas malware and so long. And you know as as scott. I think correctly sort of defined it You know there's this increasing the more scalable lying rate Security rather than having point products and doing service chaining Just sort of being able to inspect the traffic one single time and also I think having sort of it's it's in a way. It's like applying the principles of st one and two to sassy a to security so meaning that you kind of consolidate your and unify your your policy engine. You'll management in the cloud and then the enforcement in a similar way similar to the sdn model..
"st. wind" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"One driver hitting two pedestrians there before fleeing the scene. Police also toe one person into custody for disorderly conduct in it. Anta opposing rallies the day after the ST Wind blew the Georgia secretary of state officially certifying the results for president elect Joe Biden. Crowds alleging election fraud chanting stuff to steal a large police presence separating them from counter protesters seem really showcasing to clear divide in the perception of this general election boxes. Alex Hogan. I'm very core study and this is Fox News. Wcbm Baltimore Person. Two cold fronts This holiday week is passed away on food. That's why the periods rain continue. He showers here and there. It's warm, low upper forties Early showers Monday will come to a man with a caring sky late tempted barely budging. Those eyes only reached the low fifties. What was wins Highest 25 Miles an hour lots sunshine for your Tuesday high near 50 degrees are next system coming away on Wednesday. Showers, especially lately. Highs mid to upper fifties A lingering showers early Thanksgiving morning. I'm Todd Boric, whether Telfer talk radio's 80 Wcbm Broadcasting from the Wcbm safe Retirement Solutions studios called Rod Borowy for 10266 11 20 safe retirement solutions dot com Monday on the Derek Jeter show, We will have the latest information on the battle over voter fraud, the legal fight and the political fight. We'll talk about it all from nine until noon on talk radio. 6 80 wcbm views and opinions. You here on talk radio. 6, 80, wcbm and wcbm calm are not necessarily those of the owners, management, employers and advertisers of wcbm, but they should be Okay? Good evening, everyone. You're in the right place at the right time. This is coast to coast Am blasting out of the Mojave desert like a shar.
"st. wind" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"As cases surge and hospitalizations are steadily increasing the country's approaching an average of 200,000 new infections a day as the U. S. As 1.2 million Mork cases in the last week alone, what help could be on the way soon as Fizer awaits emergency approval from the FDA, Ford's Cove in 19 vaccine officials are preparing for an almost immediate roll out the White House task force that the U. S will shit Millions of doses of the vaccine within 24 hours if the FDA grant emergency use authorization, healthcare workers, nursing homes and those with serious medical conditions are expected to be among the first to receive the vaccine boxes. Carlos Watson, meanwhile, President Trump still busy with legal battles over the election results, Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz on Sunday morning futures once the electors are certified, and once they cast their vote. I can't see any legal route toe undoing that even if they were to find fraud later On this certainly nothing in the Constitution about that. I think they do have to get their evidence in and this as protest groups rally in Atlanta after Georgia certifies election results supporters of the president's state they are not giving up just yet, but some of them clashing with counter protesters that we saw this weekend there in Wisconsin, about 600 people gathering and Wallace Tota to support President Donald Trump drone video, catching one driver hitting two pedestrians there before fleeing the scene. Police also took one person into custody for disorder. Early conduct in Atlanta Opposing rallies the day after the ST Wind blew the Georgia secretary of state officially certifying the results for president elect Joe Biden. Crowds alleging election fraud chanting Stop the steal large police presence separating them from counter protesters seem really showcasing the clear divide in the perception of this general election. Fox's Alex Hogan. I'm.
"st. wind" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Pummeling the U. S. As cases surge and hospitalizations are steadily increasing. The country is approaching an average of 200,000 new infections a day as the U. S. Adds 1.2 million Mork cases in the last week alone, what help could be on the way soon as Fizer awaits emergency approval from the FDA for its covert 19 vaccine. Officials are preparing for an almost immediate roll out. The White House task Force said the U. S will ship millions of dollars. This is of the vaccine within 24 hours if the FDA grants, emergency use authorization, healthcare workers, nursing homes and those with serious medical conditions are expected to be among the first to receive the vaccine boxes. Charles Watson, meanwhile, President Trump still busy with legal battles over the election results, Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz on Sunday morning futures once the electors are certified, and once they cast their vote. I can't see any legal route to undoing that even if they were to find fraud later on this certainly nothing in the Constitution about that. I think they do have to get their evidence in and this as protest groups rally in Atlanta after Georgia certifies election results Supporters of the president's safe they are not giving up just yet, but some of them clashing with counter protesters that we saw this weekend. There in Wisconsin, about 600 people gathering in wall was so to to support President Donald Trump drone video, catching one driver hitting two pedestrians there before fleeing the scene. Police also took one person into custody for disorderly conduct in Italy. And to opposing rallies. The day after the ST Wind blew the Georgia secretary of state officially certifying the results for president elect Joe Biden. Crowds alleging election fraud chanting Stop the steal large police presence separating them from counter protesters seem really showcasing the clear divide in the perception of this general election boxes. Alex Hogan. I'm Mary Corsetti, and this is Fox News. Hi. I'm Dr Gordon Christiansen. And if you're a dentist says I am or you know what Dad is. Please take a moment to listen. When I became a dentist, I learned how quickly poor aural health can lead to other serious health problems and for people without access to care. These problems conspire.
"st. wind" Discussed on 1075 KZL
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"st. wind" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Is a group of nine sage unbiased legal Titan rate listen and subscribe to five to four free wherever you get your podcasts Westwood One podcast network conversations with the Mayo Clinic radio health minute I'm jul St Mayo Clinic is collaborating with IBM Watson to develop a clinical trial matching program the Watson cognitive computing program is helping doctors sort through more than one hundred active studies at Mayo Clinic for breast cancer this cognitive system is basically said to be reviewing patient records the day prior to them coming to clinic we've trained Watson to pull out the key data that we need in order to help match that patients to our clinical trial portfolio Mayo Clinic oncologist and breast cancer specialist Dr to fire had died so Watson again knows the list of trials knows what inclusion and exclusion criteria are necessary for a patient to be eligible and could potentially participate in a trial physicians can spend less time trying to match patients to clinical trials and instead spend more time talking to them about those options and what might work best for them for Mayo Clinic radio I'm jul St wind and deaf Helen Keller was an undisciplined child until teacher Anne Sullivan came into our life their relationship was immortalized in the miracle worker and no one will ever forget how Sullivan taught Helen to communicate by spelling out words in her hand Keller became a world renowned author and lecturer and a.
"st. wind" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"To them coming to clinic we've trained Watson to pull out the key data that we need in order to help match that patients to our clinical trial portfolio Mayo Clinic oncologist and breast cancer specialist Dr to fire had died so Watson again knows the list of trials knows what inclusion and exclusion criteria are necessary for a patient to be eligible and could potentially participate in a trial physicians can spend less time trying to match patients to clinical trials and instead spend more time talking to them about those options and what might work best for them for Mayo Clinic radio I'm jul St wind A&S Helen Keller was an undisciplined child until teacher Anne Sullivan came into our life their relationship was immortalized in the miracle worker and no one will ever forget how Sullivan taught Helen to communicate by spelling out words in her hand Keller became a world renowned author and lecturer and a global ambassador for the disabled we salute the extraordinary Helen Keller media San Francisco celebrates women's history month great news we found a pot at the end of the rainbow but it wasn't full of gold it was full of four thousand dollars in cash and we want to give it to you I think you have the luck of the Irish teacher to win the luck of the Irish giveaway today and you could win our pot full of cash this will be a Saint paddy's day holiday you'll never forget to add or stop by our side today and try your luck at winning the luck of the Irish giveaway search I mean I'm not sure okay and if we're lucky we get to see if not everything is by field you always have a buddy with doing anything for yourself never I followed my dad's advice to always prove myself and do what I can in the navy and make him proud make everyone proud try to do that with everything being a woman it's sometimes more challenging because we have to wear the same amount of gear that Amanda's and we have to do the same on a pull up said Amanda as for the physical training in the test the challenge but you can do it.
"st. wind" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The state of the state you have posted something the other day on Facebook and I had to share it and say I'm glad you said it because when you say that you have the validity of being a mainstream you want to call legitimate news guy was like a black thing yeah I said what I say it chads it was talking about the use of US school ministers in school force their use of funds that are given to them yes it was brought to my attention earlier this week by state lawmakers who is going to come in the hallway like can't do we ever look at how much money he gets transferred back and forth between the operation and capital funds watch the X. files yes yeah I figure like you're like cancer man yeah who's the guy used to talk to Mulder Deep Throat it's a great guy okay that's you at the state house your moulder the truth is out there that's going to be able to find a way to carry on and so it's like no one thing about looking at how much money is transferred to tell me about how his school district transfer like a million five dollars from the operations fund to the capital fund is okay that's a million Bucks a kind of went toward build teacher pay and so I wonder how much that is going on across the state of Indiana and so by soldiers in the link this weekend because of differences out there publicly over how much schools are transferred from there are operational fund to the capital improvement fund and like Hey what's going on here because you can play it was sent on the money for teachers and why you moved over here you know racial cost your capital costs here's the deal right because he you start talking about the different funds and I get a man you get him in the lawmakers get on with the average person has no idea what that means right and the problem is you and I can present with the facts yeah but they have this money they're doing this but then the teacher comes as Morgan screwed willing to believe right I mean you're always fighting an uphill battle against this call is for lack of a better term see but but here's the thing though and I think and I I was going to collect the kind of do this with you when we really argue with each other the best way to deal with animals argument is with a simple answer and that's that's how you deal with with that with emotionally distraught when go go back to our bill referenda when they were all yelling screaming we need more money we need more pay what was the question we asked okay how much do you want I would get an answer see a very simple will always be emotional but here's the deal and okay let's get to it let's dive right in rob Kendall bill can serve us program state house happenings we made it to the main event of the that is the state of the state you and I boys that are you know we got no answer we said the answer is they don't know and until they know steak you blank you why you know come back to me when you have a viable negotiating standpoint and we will and we will talk yet the governor comes out and he's going to throw a whole bunch more money and I'm so in a weird way the goon squad storm in the state house it works actually not necessarily it's funny because we sort of governor this you go that's right we all heard in St winds he's gonna throw hundreds of millions of dollars of these people again it didn't work last time we told was gonna work and he's going to do it again so they one moment fares Lou not not necessarily because basically what the axles actors actually gonna win and that's one of the long term what what the governor proposes our models on the same page is we have what's called the teacher retirement fund in there too Bob and the and the and the cut off date is nineteen ninety six because the Indiana spends are kind of in a weird place by twenty five they fixed it so you have a nice day six pensions on there with everything for everything sort of after in the pre nineteen ninety six pensions the government's going to drop off about may god make a basically make a payment to a fifty million dollars from a future state surplus what that does that it's it's a quote one of having a car payment and paid off after car note and they kind of doubling up on your car payments and because what you gonna do eventually you will save money because we'll be paying interest your free of money down the road the the whole for second the logic is is that those funds are available to use our use for teacher pay the other part of this equation which is kind of broke this afternoon is out of the there is there's a there's always a their state agency called like the I. E. R. B. the Indian education relations imported rice is boring what the I. E. R. B. somebody's making money off that surely right well actually what they do is also be track of every teacher in the state of Indiana paid benefits the whole nine yards and so what the folks are doing is they should be out in April is gathering data compiling data on every single teacher salary in the state of Indiana how much they make before chopper money and how much they make now and so the point is because with what the we don't know if we hear these averages okay well how much is Indiana teacher actually make make so for the first time we'll have like serious comprehensive data in front of us SO what teacher salaries are and it's not just teacher salaries it's also when they get in for and retirement when they get forms of a case you guys remember Mr gulp of jobs it's not just your paycheck is your compensation it's all the other perks and benefits that you get as well okay self I as a taxpayer I go to work each day I earn money I pay my taxes I contribute to the state I ask for very little in return from my government I've certainly never stormed the bass deal I've never advocated at abdicated my taxpayer funded job I've never used a child as a human shield to get more money like the fifteen thousand goons we saw the storm the statehouse so three years ago when they were proposing raising the tax on gasoline hard working taxpayers like me went to the governor went to our legislators and said Hey in about the last person you want to give a blank check to those guys are the sopranos now these are things I can say that you know because I don't want people in a government capacity there they are the mom it's Paulie walnuts a little and Tony soprano I said so why don't you Mrs somebody why don't we just when we give them a little bit out of the reserves let's see how they do with that if they do a good job then we'll talk about the potential tax increases and their response does was no we can't touch the reserves never ever never ever ever never never ever it's like it's like shoes Joe Jackson crossing the first base line field of dreams he can't do it because you can't go back you're not a baseball fan he partners in field of dreams have you Kevin Costner Joe Joe yeah anyway that's what it's like but all of a sudden your pal ski government goofy over here proposing when fifteen thousand people store in the state of but the reserves well no that's that's exactly what he said no no I need to play the are you know what they what they did was there taking extra in other in other words to cause reserves exited better than we thought they would and so like okay let's do this to a couple things number one these views cash to pay for certain capital projects so you save on the interest number two by paying off your long term teacher pension liability a little bit Fassel bit quicker Hey you save the taxpayers money because eventually twenty like thirty two bill pretty much self sufficient and so have like an extra billion dollars a year because that's what is put into the teacher retirement although I thought we did that last year we had this conversation paying off teacher pension no no no no I don't know but that is a plan supported school districts pay okay with giving them the money I don't care what is this forcing crap doesn't work for me a bill because they're still taking my money back and giving it to special interest groups yeah when we wanted to Perot no we can't touch that no no no but when the goon squad storms the statehouse banging drums and wear red shirts heaven forbid let's open the floodgates to question how many people lost election to the gasoline tax so that's that's why you're there all right well don't know what you're not what you don't just asking how many people I have no idea I don't remember a certain young man who live blood respect like my little brother just yelling and screaming to the top as launchers you people to storm the best deal and throw these **** out why should you just take it I should've been advocated my job I should have caused a ruckus I should have people invade the state house because that's all these people do you know as well as I do your body governor taxes and he existed for the path of least resistance and to keep his donor buddies happy and screw the people and very is all on tape being a complete and total hypocrite we can disagree all you want that's fine you and I disagree although the differences you're not a hypocrite about your consistent but don't tell me one year old no here's the line we can't cross will never touch it yet when its teachers wanted special interest no I I disagree because what they said was back in the days of road funding it was we need a because what they say they're always done in the past was a take a big chunk of money spent on roads another big chunk of money tendrils like no you need a long term dedicated sustainable revenue source to take care of your roads it is just that simple so the days it also miss I I listen to that speech and I actually listen to it in real time and angrily tweeted during at what a better up with this pathetic I put a better opposition to the governor up then the entire state Democratic Party what are these people getting paid for over there they're doing nothing begin page run for the state Senate on one because I am I am again my phone who works who does this for fun and I'm doing better than they are that's that's absolutely pathetic but point of all this is I listen to that speech a second time calmer and without tweeting about it and I realized the days of the Republican Party having the idea of tax reform as a core issue are over because all I heard from him was what we're going to spend money on and there was not one talk of of tax or regulatory reform for the state of Indiana for Hoosiers as a collective well actually there there there has been tax and regulatory reform maybe just on the way that you see if but not under my goofy here actually yes for example Bob forty four times it is the were there were forty four tax increases and they were not tax increases okay yeah do you do you have a Billboard no you don't so you don't pay the bill more see thank you so all I'm a bad guy because I care about my neighbor that has to pay the tax increase when I would only be in a meeting when you start buying Billboard that's what yeah all right yeah yeah I know Bob Dole that there's been a ton of blog regulatory reform there's been a ton of tax reform because you got a member Alonso was already done because it was already being done any and it would not be the job magnet no that is in people.
"st. wind" Discussed on The Talk Show
"And we're glad you're here. Enjoy. Which was very nineteen Ninety-six nineteen Ninety-seven sort of thing to do like when the web, I really took off a lot of companies didn't really know what to do website should work. Right. How much like TV should it be? So a lot of a lot of them thought. Well, this is ridiculous. You're looking at a screen. That's TV. We should we should talk to the people at an ad turned out. No. But the I'm we've had this discussion privately before, but you just know that there was some sort of meeting with the website team. And and Steve Wynn was I will I think I should these people. I should let them know let them know where they are let them know there at the at the wind website, and you just know that there were people on that web team who who tried to talk about it. I'm unsuccessful plenty. And obviously unsuccessfully. So I'm sure that was an easy fix. They just lied that audio file I'm sure that was very satisfying for somebody. But there were all sorts of bits of Steve Wynn all throughout the complex. There's there's a restaurant in Las Vegas Sinatra named it's it's in conjunction with the Frank Sinatra family pictures of of Frank Sinatra with Steve Wynn throughout the years. They had a they worked together when when Steve Wynn owned the golden nugget in Atlantic City in the late seventies early eighties. All sorts of pictures of him, those pictures, he no longer. They're gone. Never in a closet somewhere with has as your wife. Amy likes to say. That's where the Joe Paterno statue is maybe the Smithsonian it's causing sweaters. I'm sure they had some of those razors. Does. Disney used to have at DisneyWorld. They had like a. TV hall of fame like sort of busts of famous TV people in Steph on took away. Cosby instep, do they discovered the cover the whole thing? Anything I worried that maybe Betty white maybe had. Fractures as well. They're like we gotta get rid of all its. Who knows what Betty white? That's that's your pick for the next one is Betty bitter. She's a treasure lodging and the accusations on saying, I wouldn't bet against it. But anyway, they've completely d Steve the entire wind complex other than than the fact that it is still called the win. Right. But as as we've noted his ex wife, Elaine Wynn who took his name, and then kept it. Right. That is true is now majority. I don't think already Cheryl, right? Like, I don't think she owns more than fifty percent. But she is the single largest shareholder. Okay. Okay. Right. And her last name is also win. Although maybe she also like this point. I don't know. It's like I think that they're going to just turn them into like Colonel Sanders type figure, you know, he wasn't real guy. But but I feel like what after St. wind dies. Maybe they'll bring him back as sort of like, a cartoon mascot, and he'll be a lovable low non-predatory. Ooh, I I would bet against. I don't think there's any any fixing. This Sanders is still around. As every story ever been stiffed teams run your time food critic sometime in like sometime around nineteen seventy seven or so took the actual Colonel Sanders into a KFC in midtown New York. This is after you know. He'd sold his, you know, sold the all his lane to to nationwide company at some point in fifteen years before so so he hadn't really been in direct. Yeah, wasn't really it was a it was a spokesperson, but he really wasn't involved with the restaurants. So she took him in. And they went back to the kitchen. He like read every yet. He was horrified and read everybody the riot act about what's he doing everything wrong. And and it's pretty I should see if I can find that show up. Good story..
"st. wind" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"I know that sure. So the whole that whole positive quick you can talk. How do we know the active of? Let you blow by okay, okay. I'm not gonna blow by something. So are you bad at school in bad books marts or did you early on just enjoy this? And now I'm going to say, I suck at it. And then we'll expect me to really do anything could they could just be just didn't enjoy it. Like a lot of folks didn't enjoy. No, I'm pretty bad at it. You are all read something and have no idea what I just read as a dyslexic. I didn't understand anything. I read either. I mean, sometimes it was like four passes over a paragraph before like understood what was going. Yeah. Yes. So I took one past don't get and move on. Or just not focusing on it like anyone can just read words and not go through you have to make sure you're focusing on it like, maybe your brain was just somewhere. Right. That is for sure I love to have a good time and have and I want to only have a good time. That's exactly Monica. What I was going to say. Which is we now know that you like your show Ryan Hansen solves crimes on television available on YouTube premium. I think that's what it's called now. Okay. All three of us have been on that program. We have. That's right spoiler. There. You on any given day on that show is often had like fourteen pages of dialogue. So you clearly have the skill to read something understand it because you're going to have to now relate the intention of that paragraph in front of a camera. Yeah. And you have to memorize fourteen pages. I see what you say. It's a little incongruous. Like, you can't have been that bad at it. And yet this good at the text of a script. I don't think that memorizing a script is is the same thing as being like look Martin being good at school. But you're doing more than memorizing it because you are under St.. Winding what the intention of that bit of dialogue is. So if your partner says, we can't were gonna break the rules, and you go no because blank blank blank. You have to understand what you're really trying to say. Yeah. You couldn't be an actor. I gotta go back to school guys. What if what if I convinced you go back the end result of all this? I think it would be if there was a subject that I cared about. I think I would die then now and like it'd be great, right? But I don't care about anything. Now. How if you were that bad? How did you graduate was it? Did you barely graduate? No. I graduated fine. Okay. Remember, what your grade point was? I'm sure it was sees. Okay. So fine. Yeah. That's what I graduated with and your dumb. I think the downfall started in sixth grade. Okay, because I had moved to San Diego and sixth grade from from San Jose a ramble right born in fountain valley, whereas fountain valley that Orange County. Right. As about five years old got a new job. He's a pastor up to San Jose didn't Campbell. And he's specifically a music pasture. Pastor pastor, I pastor. Pastor, right? Yes. So he it minister. So he does like the choir. He does the plays. He does all all the arrangements. And all that he's performing the worship all that. Yes. So can he write and read music? He can definitely read music and more of an arranger. I don't know if he I don't know if rights anything. Okay. And what did he does he play instruments the ano- piano the pianist in? So giant pianist growing up she'll so he's a little penis. Well. Earn seven take that dad. Oh my God. I'm so glad you brought up your height my favorite moment between Ryan maybe ever. But at one point your your friend, and who you always call your cousin Peter Peter Hansen. He's not really his cousin Hanson. Okay. Okay. Let's see Peter shout out another big shout out. What have you just did two hours? Shout outs. Peter Lindsay, they live in Chicago. What's up baby? So Peter was over we were at your old house on blocks, and the topic of our hike came up Peter Nys like oh who's taller roughly the exact same thing to talk about. Yeah. Go ahead. Okay. And so I think either he was referring to himself as six three and me six two or vice versa. Yeah. But we were the same height. So we're like, oh who's right? Yes. So we decided to measure ourselves three of us. And it turned out that Peter and I were the exact same height at six two and a half. Yeah. Get then you measured yourself in you your whole life. Ben. Well, I think I said I you you while I'm six foot. And I think, you know, you're not like. Yeah. You would ever like I'm six in the way, you were saying it was which is great because you're the nicest person I have ever met in my life yet. There's only there's two-zone where you'll get cranky. You have you have a competitive streak, which is love. I really do. Yeah. To see that side of you during the game horse is really fun. But I could tell right when you said I'm six foot that this was zone that I should be careful around. So you measured yourself as it turned out your five eleven that measuring tape now all we were it was that's not the best part of the story. So it's revealed that you're not six foot years five eleven and then forty minutes later, I'm in the living room and I see Ryan walking through a dining room into the kitchen. He goes six foot.