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"standardly" Discussed on Talking Cancer
"With cancer will all touch on the latest government guidance and what it means in practice for people living with cancer. If you are asked to attend an appointment, please do keep it and feel confident in doing so we'll also be hearing some updates from Mandy things that keep you connected with people. It's not the same as in person, but it is a good substitute if these are your circumstances now, we know that these recent changes page. Make some people feel very anxious and worried. Please have a listing back to episode 2 of the podcast if you're looking for some guidance and helpful tips about managing your mental health during the pandemic. We're McMillan and we're kicking cancer Rosie and Mark welcome back lovely to have you with us now as in the other episodes we've recorded. I'm going to time stamp this and we're recording this on the 23rd of October 2020 and all the information that we talked about is correct at the time of recording in episode one we discussed what people can do if they're struggling with the new often virtue of two ways of interacting with GPS Specialists and Healthcare professionals, the millions support line team are still receiving some calls about this. So I'd recommend that anyone worried about that particular issue liquid back to episode one for more information loads of great advice there. However, for some people physical appointments and treatments in hospitals GP surgeries and pharmacies are going ahead but Standardly people may be feeling very anxious about the safety of this while covid-19 is still very much present Rosie what precautions are in place in hospitals and Health Care settings at the moment and how are they making these environments as safe as they possibly can for patients? Yeah. Thanks emigrate to be back. Thank you very much. And as you say we talked about some aspects of this last time obviously, it's totally natural to worry about going for appointments. All of us are anxious at the best of times where when doing this but of course now, there's all the added concerns and Logistics on top of that but you know, he was telling me that actually they're really reassured by all the precautions that they see once they arrive. So again last time we did talk about that shift from not quite so many face-to-face appointments and some telephone or video. So that does actually help because that means there are actually less people going through the hospital and of course when you get there, you'll might have a timed entry you might be asked to log In your vehicle until your appointment time and some places are even giving page or alerts out. I know one of our McMillan information centers that same close to one of the hospitals. In fact, right next door. They've opened up their car park to allow people to part there and indeed if you aren't traveling by car, they're also allowing people to wait inside and the hospitals just buzzing straight across when they're ready for the patient off. And of course, there's all the cleanliness precautions Jetta at the doors PPE and for the staff in particular and then the red and green channels in the hospital so areas where cancer patients would be kept well away from potential infection risk and deep cleaning is just going on relentlessly. So I suppose I'd say there are so many precautions in place. The most important thing is that if you are asked to attend an appointment, please do keep it and feel confident in doing so and one last thing just following up on some of the conversation we had last time about the challenges of not being dead. Take someone to your appoint. Yes. Yes. Some of that is lightning up a little bit in some particular circumstances not across the board, but it it's really important so do ask because it might actually be possible that you can take someone to some of your appointments actually from a personal perspective a friend of mine one for her yearly check-up post treatment for breast cancer yesterday and the situation about taking a couple had changed so so she was able to take somebody with her not all the way. That's great. You make sure you ask. Yeah. Absolutely you did just touch on that lightly not everybody is able to be picked up from the front doorstep and dropped at the at the door of the hospital her many people public transports. The only way they're going to get to these appointments and that has its own level of risk and its own level of anxiety as well. What steps can patients take to ensure they are traveling safely themselves really understandable that you're going to be worrying about this and actually you might be worrying about it and feel I really can't bother people. Hospital or my health care teams to talk about this but actually you absolutely should it may well be that there are options that they can do to modify something simple like Changing Times of appointments. So you're not traveling that busy times and might be able to actually organize things so that for example a blood test might be closer to home. So so please do ask if there are any options to explore if you do have to travel then definitely follow the guidelines travel in a bubble where possible if you've got to travel in a taxi, for example where a mass can open the window and not follow the guidelines which you will find online and I know also that some of our McMillan information centers have been linking locally to see what transport services are available. So again, just whereas to assist with this if you're worrying about this ask there's so much talk of what's online and there's so much information online and I know for for some people who maybe don't have access to computers job Or a little bit older and there are people on the end of a phone on there at the hospitals at appointments that and people are willing to talk and explain through the processes that you might have to that. You might expect them very definitely again. I can only reiterate that on that men and support line. Is there also and we'll be able to answer these queries a direct you to any of our local services. So absolutely people are available at the edge of a phone be that your health care team or indeed the mcmillans support line. So absolutely you don't have to go online that there will be someone at the end of a telephone line. And so please pick up the phone and asked I think you know, when you have a cancer diagnosis, it's again creating levels of anxiety. Very basically though. How does the shielding measure that one place in lockdown Mary with these the the new three-tier system that's been introduced by the government recently. So, I think the most important thing is that you do need to check the local restrictions and guidelines. For your area and if you've got any specific concerns about this, then do check in again with your health care team. They might be able to advise about any adjustments and be able to reassure you about precautions. We are advised that there will be a letter coming from the government to people who are on the extremely vulnerable list and to explain to them what advice they need to take and that length is is immanent but I think it's really important at the moment with the rapid change. We're seeing and different geographical areas that you make sure that you're up to date on what the local advice is Margaret. Yes, Rosie mentioned obviously for pharmacies across the UK the changing restrictions and tear system is meaning that you guys as well having to be quite reactive quickly to to make the experience of being able to get along bonuses or access to information from you guys available quickly and safely. Yes. I am I Rosie it is confusing isn't it? And t as in England firebreaks lockdowns in in school? Northern Ireland and Wales. It is very important that you stay close to the local guidance and guidance on travel but for pharmacies are open as as they have been all along through this pandemic and and we continue to be open for advice and you can access your medication and there are rules and support on on doing that. So so feel free not only need to access them physically on the High Street, but also ring ahead and to Rosie's point, you know pharmacies are available to advise. If you have any questions on on how to access medicine or get them delivered or how to help order your prescription with your GP too. Lovely. Thank you. If there was one starting point that people can go to what's your advice about.
Adversarial Examples Are Not Bugs, They Are Features with Aleksander Madry
"Hey welcome thank you for having me so yes indeed a IMF at and Macho. What I work on his machine learning trying to understand why this technology works. What can we do to make it? Better and in particular are very much focus on reliability and robustness issues awesome. Can you share with us a little bit about your background? And how did you get started working in machine learning in general and reliability robustness in particular? That's actually an interesting story. So essentially I originally or I still actually feary so I worked on on the field called fear of computation and somehow like I was learning about machine. Learning about all dislike resent exciting developments there and kind of it peaked. My curiosity and I started to learn more and more and more in particular one thing that you know as I was trying to make sense of this field. One thing that stood up to me. It's exactly this notion of adversarial examples that who will talk about more definite moment and essentially dare kind of what it showed. Was that this first of all. We don't understand fully how this machine learning it works but also we realized that well even though this it works well on average in average case it actually leads performance in the worst case is is much much more troubling so that's essentially a peak my interest and made me more interested in figuring out. Okay if we think about machine learning from more worst-case perspective what does it look like? Essentially that's that's how I got into this field. Paper viewers was recently presented by one of your students at the in Europe's conference. This is a paper that we wanted to dig into An interview it's called. Adversarial ARE NOT BUGS. They are features Why don't we start by having you share? Just the broad space that you're looking to address with this paper. Sure so actually. This is exactly about this this notion of examples emission in passing so so. Let's talk about what other examples are so think like the tone examples as this very curious glitches of state of the art machining systems. So essentially what? People observed is that you can take. Let's say an image over of a pig dot state of the art classified recognizes speak with high confidence. And then what you can do. You can add a tiny bit of noise just a speck of noise to this image. This this is not random carefully chosen and once you add this noise well you get a different image who are human looks indistinguishable from the image. But for some reason this new image is grossly miss classified by no by the by the clarifier. So for instance you know you can make a pig be classified as an airliner with high confidence so the usual joke I make is that it shows how powerful machine learning can be. It can make pigs fly but essentially what it really a shows us. Is that kind of this. Brittleness of this prediction. That like everything looks fine but then I can show you version of the input that looks almost identical or to you as a human identical to picture for for which the system seems to severely under four so kind of so this is the point of settlers paper kind of trying to understand okay so first of all why we have had examples and essentially why are so widespread because it turns out that essentially if you just look at standardly trained machine learning system it essentially l. every input seems to have this behavior so we can just take any input and you can make it be classified as any other input jazz by adding a bit of. Nice to it so this was like very positive as I understand. That system will not be perfect. There will be some input on which you kind of things would be wrong but why it is possible to essentially take input and kind of what is the nature of this veneman okay. So that's that's essentially. What is the point of paper and kind of people of course wondered about this question since the discovery fundamental and they fought about things that you know. This is this is absurd. Examples exist jobs because they said it's tuitions or that you know this is just an imperfection of the kinds of techniques that we're using and somehow all that the explanation of proposed expansion in common is that they actually view. The examples is a glitch in the system as a bag of our system. That once we develop a missionary meadows. That actually are perfect. They will not have this bags anymore. But it's something that we need to fix as a community in order for these to be more useful or less susceptible to The problems that they represent exactly so essentially so ducks and this is definitely true and our paper also recognizes as. This is the goal but kind of what was new and kind of kind of mind blowing to us as well as we discover. Even though in retrospect actually perfectly obvious is that even though we think of this object bags something undesirable and is definitely undesirable behavior. It's actually the root of this behavior is comes from the fact that our machine learning models actually are are performing the task. We are asking you to perform all too well as opposed to doing the wrong way. Okay so essentially so. This is why this title says this not really a box even though we are undesirable. They're not really bags. They actually feature there something that they correspond. They're just like a natural consequence of the kind of misalignment between how our models solve the task we want them to solve and how we as humans they are supposed to be interesting so when I hear you say that they. They're working as designed. I think these algorithms they're kind of pattern matching machines. We give them a pattern. And then they make a prediction and this adversarial example. Problem is kind of manipulating that pattern. And so the prediction is expectedly different. is that the general sense or you know what where are the nuances in this idea that these are actually features? Yes so essentially exactly so so definitely are kind of touching on the underwrite subject so we just put it in the in the right training. So so what do we really? Okay so what is that. We expect our machine learning systems to do and what they actually are doing right so what we expect. Much learning to machines to is just okay. Let's say I give it. Imagine it Imminent DATA SET TO TRAIN. So essentially it has like million over a million images high quality images. Each image is a picture of. Let's say a dog and the Labor. Look this dog. There's a picture of a cat and a label this Cup so we let our system. Just look at this data and kind of try to figure out all the patterns. That seem to such as the open house dog like. How's IT Catholic? And then the way we kind of tested this is how we there's the performance that we have held out data set of. Let's say no different different images with Labor. So let's there are some new cars and new dogs and now we just show the picture and we ask them okay. Tell me what you think is on this picture. So so. That's kind of the way like what we expect is by just looking at the training center and passing the test. The system learns how a dog looks like or how it looks like and essentially like this is just a way to achieve that. So so your accent. So that is this on on technical. Training and testing and on our expectation is that this is after undergoing procedure. The system knows how a dog and cat looks like and now what we discovered is that can in some ways even though this is our expectation. This is not exactly what's happening so was essentially happening. Is that our deep learning model in particular but all Muslims in particular. If all that they have to do is just figure out. What is the correct answer to this kind of quiz that we give to the end where you don't necessarily have to even learn what adults or what they cut really is from the human perspective? Essentially all that you have to figure out that there are certain patterns in the data that correlate well with one label versus the other and you just have to extract this this pattern and essentially you make your classification based on dispatchers and so far. This is not surprising but what is surprising. Is that departments that turned out to be most effective to perform well on this test. They are totally not the partners that we as humans would see in any way correlated with an electric or having anything to do with this picture corresponding to a picture of a dog and this is this speech corresponding to a picture of a cut and essentially what examples are they exactly lever judge. Lenny played this patterns that much learning molitor sensitive to to humans. Seem to be completely unimportant to exactly like you know. Changed the prediction of model while not change it. Anything to a human.
"standardly" Discussed on The How-To Heretic
"Ju I have a feeling. Ding Ding Ding Ding Ding Ding Ding. Ding baby. That is right. What's funny is I when I'm right when I was writing this. I had zero question in my mind that that you guys would know what I was getting at for every time. It's the Jews. The problem is the bell would wear out right. Exactly like an airshow. Far that we could use ice still. Haven't listened to the hours of show far music you said. I got some time I can do it now. okay that's right. If God is sending a plague ain't but one group of senators that could possibly be at fault and it's those evil. Hebrews now do hitting was not new it had been and would continue to be one of the favourite Christian Pastimes of Europe. But this kick that shit into high gear. One big moment was when Whatever the thirteen forty s version of Breitbart started spreading the story that the plague was started by Jews poisoning people's wells in Switzerland. This was all part of the plans laid out in the protocols of the really really elder- Elders of Zion for the Jews to kill all the Christians and dominate the world. I made that document. Of course the the well. The well poisoning was declared true by Swiss authorities. Because as they said they had tortured a bunch of Jews who then admitted to the plot because we all know become prisoners at Gitmo when people are being tortured. They only told the truth. This led to mass violence against Jews. All over Europe insane pogroms were launched that included burning their houses killing them with axes and clubs sending them down rivers in wine barrels for some reason and in what is possibly probably the worst incident of them all in Strasbourg. They rounded up. Nine hundred people locked them up together and burned them alive. Oh Jeez that's nine hundred people at the same time. Yup Wow so yeah now. That's Swiss organization right there Man Right. Wow now to his credit. The pope at the time put Pope Clement. The sixth was actually opposed to the treatment of Jews. Which novel good. You know you guys ready for another. Papal Bowl shooting in September. Thirteen forty eight. The pope released kwame vous perf- idiom which basically said. Hey guys am am I? The only one who's noticed that Jews are also dying of the plague. It was basically his way of telling everybody to knock it off and leave the Jews alone. Unfortunately the Jews were in fact centers. You See Christians were forbidden to lend money for advantage. Charging interest or usery is a biblically. Biblically band sin. Modern Christians have figured out how to ignore this fact but back in the Middle Ages it was still important however Christians still wanted to do business and loans were a super useful way to get business done. So the Christian setup assistant the Christians setup this system where the Jews were the lenders of European Society. Now this meant the Jewish people could become quite rich which piss off a lot of poor Christians and it meant that a lot of rich Christians owed Jews money even though it was the Jewish community that was keeping the economy the economies of Europe Lube up and operating. They were also widely resented so when an opportunity arose for Christians feel righteous while they killed the guy that they owed a lot of money. Too right yeah. They jumped on that. Yeah Hashtag canceled Christian debt right right right exactly. Meanwhile the Church which normally was the organization everybody turned to for comfort in aid. Had nothing to offer against this plague while people died by the millions and fear gripped the land. The church doled out little more than platitudes and blame. That's weird race of. It's so strange your thought they had so much more to offer a different time for them to take the the priests were actually dying in higher numbers than the Laity likely because of increased contact with infected people The sex right well. There's that too. So they started shirking their duties. They stopped performing. Last rites shut people out of the churches they were in fact useless and the people started to notice Confidence in the church was understood. Standardly dwindled. I can't draw any direct lines on this but it seems very possible that the church's ineptitude in the mid thirteenth hundreds changed the game enough that one hundred fifty years later when an upstart priest nailed a bunch of complaints to a church door. He wasn't put to death as a heretic. But rather led the most important schism in Christian history. Interesting love me a schism. Who Doesn't love a good schism? I didn't know that I didn't know that about the priests class being seen as fucking useless during the play I mean. Obviously they were anyway but I mean doing the things that they normally do to pretend it's all magic right they did. They weren't protecting anybody. People were still getting it right. Imagine the vectors in a medieval church. Right the whole holy. Water the wine that you know what I mean like. Yeah just how much damage that could could be in a church. So yeah and closing down. The churches sounds a little familiar yet. Thank yeah look the fact. Is that after a few years of pogroms and plague the population of Europe had been decimated. Actually much worse than decimated for those etymological. Pedants out there. Somewhere between thirty and forty percent of Europe died two hundred depending on whose estimate you go with also a bunch of Asia and the Middle East. But whatever I can't I don't have time to do the Muslim response to the play though it was fascinating so here we are now in the midst of another worldwide plague but now we know a lot more about the causes and spread of disease which is great because it means that we have so many tools that the people of the Middle Ages didn't have but to whom do we look for help well as of the on the on the very day. We are recording. This Pope Francis just called for world prayer to combat the disease. Great things. What about kissing a cat on the ASS collusion? Let's get him on Mark Dobie stupid. That's an old bowl. That's an old papal bowl. The New Orleans. Did you also see that? He said you know. If you're confessing just do it directly to God. It's like do cut out the entire fucking middleman. Which is you? Yeah exactly exactly yeah. It is interesting that times of crisis like this are when the churches proved to themselves how worthless they are Yeah so me so now. The churches are closed. And the only folks who are helping in any real way are the scientists and that my dear uncles is how it should be see. That is exactly how it should be. Yeah absolutely it kind of converts. The old there are no atheists in foxholes which is a bullshit thing Ryan. You know there are. There are no religious well. There are plenty of religious religious extremists in time of crisis but sane religious people suddenly. It's like Hey let's see what Dr Fao she has to say. Yeah exactly they're a numbers eight. Yeah there's no religious people in hospitals right now you know. I mean the People. We'RE TURNING TO TO SAVE US. Are the nonreligious scientifically minded members of our society. We should have been listening to the whole time. Maybe we'll start listening more but my freedom so they are there you have it. Small bits of progress has been made if at least societally. If not in how our brains think about things well thank you for taking us to Sunnier. Time Dan yes. I think like you said Uncle Dan. The we have many tools that the people in the Middle Ages did not have but we have Jarvis orange tool that they didn't have to contend nice. One was walk all right. Well that's wonderful. I think. Let's all wash our hands and move on. Hey uncle mark. Hey there Dan. I got a series of jokes for you. You Ready. I'm so ready knock. Who's there either either who either bunny not not knocking. Who's there some similar? Samoa either Bunnies Magnox. I can't with this new funding knock. Who's there cargo? Goku cargo be run all over the ether. Bunny's the smell toast. That was a trip back to elementary school for Dan. I I had to go to a better time. This has been the social isolation has been hard. Yeah and I needed to venture back into time wooden when things were easier and lighter. I think that's our aristocrats. Basically right there to heretic. Version of the go to class Yeah Doug Save US dude. Tell us tell us something. That's that's actually funny. Well dear uncles in this time of doom and gloom I thought it would try and take our minds off our impending on ramp to fury road and talked about the more harmless is if perhaps most ridiculous seasonal mascots as uncle. Dan just mentioned the Easter Bunny of all the tropes and traditions of modern Christianity. This is perhaps the best and most poorly thought out. Hold on as you'll see you're you are calling quite a shot mister as well as we'll see. There's there's no real connective tissue between any of the elements of the Easter Bunny. And there's no connective tissue between the Easter Bunny and Christianity But we'll get there but as far as I could tell. No one has ever died because of Easter Bunny. I'm sure somebody somewhere has but I couldn't find him so however listeners. Easter bunny related desperate desperate for that information. It would be a mistake to completely right off rabbits harmless. After all as tim the enchanted said about the rabbit outside the Cave of of clear bandic. That's no ordinary Robert. That's the most foul cool and temperate road. And you'll even set eyes on Luca Roberts called vicious streak a mile wide. He's a killer jude short. You can leave about in abortions and seen and I do a terrible British accent so they Scottish so true. That's true Scottish accent. Exactly even worse. This'll this whole thing leads of course to the use of one of our favorite religious technologies the holy hand grenade of Antioch Instructions from the Book of Armaments. But we'll leave that for another time five so it goes without saying that the Easter Bunny is not biblical. But I said it anyway. I feel like we've read enough shit in the Bible that some. That wouldn't surprise me if someone were trying to support the Easter Bunny. Bill there is not a rabbit in Leviticus. I quit uncle mark. I got your back good. Rabbits appear only two places in the Bible Leviticus and Deuteronomy perfect the classics and in both cases they are. They are prohibited from being eaten because they chew their cut. They don't right so lucas..
"standardly" Discussed on The Portal
"The beginning? Meaning of podcast. You Moron no offense. You were in line for a Nobel Prize. You didn't. I mean I'm sorry there isn't aspect of this of giving away your power even though you've even accused just you don't even have a PhD. I'm just saying at the time. If you mentioned her name would say I her Nobel prizes one of these years right so my point was I was in the awkward position. I didn't understand what I was supposed to do. I didn't WanNa send back a review that said I don't know who the person is reviewed this but they don't understand the material Tiriac and all of their critiques suck. Because I didn't want to accuse somebody who was that powerful of not getting. What do you do? You don't actually have evidence Indi- in the hard right arm where like you have got videotape. But on the other hand these are small worlds. All of this is preposterous right. So I sit on the review for too long not knowing what we don't know how to I don't know how to handle it. I'm sorry but I have no adviser. Your adviser was not equipped for the modern era. He wasn't equipped for the monetary wasn't equipped for molecular biology. That's I finally settled on a strategy that I can and live with and I send back a note I send back the review and my note says I don't know why but this entire list of critiques is not high quality if you would like to point me. Any of the critiques. In this list that you would like me to address. I am more than happy happy to do it but I don't think it makes sense to address the entire list and as I recall it I hit send on the email and within in minutes maybe it was an hour. I got back a response. Your paper has been accepted for publication which which blew me away because no sense according to regular protocol right. It makes no sense because clearly they're supposed to send it out for review the reviewer supposed to say whether we're supposed to get publicity if you were said it shouldn't be published I said I refuse to address these critiques. Unless you asked me to the editors have overridden the reviewers they understood. The reviews were cruddy. They needed me to say that in order to justify the move that they wanted to make they knew the paper was good and the review was crap so they effectively effectively overrode normal. Peer Review was my paper peer reviewed while it was by the editors who were experts while Bet Le Let me jump in. Peer Review is a cancer from outer space. It came from the biomedical community. It invaded science The old system because I have to say this because many people who are are now professional scientists have an idea that peer review has always been in our literature and absolutely motherfucking has not right. Okay used to be eh that the editor of a journal took responsibility for the quality of the Journal. Which is why we had things like nature crop up in the first place? Because they had courageous -rageous knowledgeable forward thinking editors and so I just want to be very clear because there is a mind virus out there that says peer review is the CINNA McLennan of scientific excellence. Yada Yada Yada Bullshit Bullshit Bullshit. And if you don't believe me go back and learn that this is a recent invasive problem in the sciences recent vase of problem that has no justification for existing in light of the finale have no justification for existing when Watson Crick did the Double Helix and this is the cleanest example we have. The paper was agreed. Should not be sent out for review because anyone one who is competent would understand immediately what its implications were. There are reasons that great work cannot be peer reviewed. Furthermore your given tire fields that are existing now with electronic archives that are not peer reviewed. Peer Review is not peer review. It sounds like Peer Review It is pier injunction. It is the ability for your peers to keep the world from learning about your work. Keep the world from learning about your work because peer review is what happens real. Peer Review Is. What happens after you've passed the bullshit thing called Peer Review? Yes okay so the paper APOR was accepted by experimental Gerontology. They went on to publish it. This is called life. Slow fuse no life slow. Fuse was the title assent to nature and I changed the title because I did not want a compromise. The store I didn't want to confuse the original submission was called life. Slow fuse WHO's right. We probably have a copy of that are sorry then the Jaren experimental gerontology paper. What is it called the Reserve Capacity Hypothesis K.? Because this is a much less catchy title but nonetheless the paper I'm very proud of house. Written people read who were not expert could understand the abstract abstract is extremely clear and it ends with the clear point that because we have unearthed we have predicted. It did and Carol Greider has shown that wild mice delamere's are short and that telomeres have been elongated by captivity. That there is a clear leered. Danger that the mice we're using for drugs. Safety testing are biased in an egregious way and the bias would look look like this a mouse. That has very long. Delamere's has an indefinitely large capacity to replace damaged tissue and it has a vulnerability To cancer that is Predator naturally high. So we may be overrating for us. These mice may be overrating the danger sure of causing cancer and vastly underrating the danger talk of toxicity and in fact one of the things so the point was was you give a mouse who's got effectively infinite capacity to replace its tissues a toxin and either the toxin is so deadly that it dies right away but if it doesn't die right away it just eats up the insult So those animals would lead us to release drug insult. You mean is cellular necrosis damage the what this would cause us to do is release drugs onto the market for human use that are highly toxic across the body and it again if if the mice if the mouse standard was the last standard. Well no even. If it's not the last standardly Costa say this. The problem is I mean you you can imagine how hard it is to test on. Large slowly reproducing animals so ethics of testing on humans is very absolutely restricted. Mandal is the less cheap place. It's the last key race large end data not only large N. But it's the one place that you can make the following of you can imagine that. In many circumstances the accelerated life if span the accelerated life cycle of mice allows you to see long term damage as it would accrue in humans on a very short timescale. That doesn't work with monkeys. It doesn't work with human patients. It works with mice. Maybe but in the case of mice with ultra-long telomeres those insults will be invisible. Look let's just I want to back up because I think is really important part of the story which you're saying is if you take an organism that has an expected. Let's say forty year lifetime it's very expensive timewise to say we ran this experiment and found and that There was no immediate damage that was visible but towards the very end of their lives we saw mark increase in morbidity or yeah I mean if you took could drug and it knocked fifteen years off your life on average that might not show up in any notable way in short term studies pressure to and nobody is GonNa WanNa let drugs. You know. You don't want to wait forty fifty years to find out what happened to these patients so what we do is we make the assumption that if we give large amounts of a drug to an animal that lives a very short life we will see those effects early. And if the animal happens to have ultra-long tears you won't see less effects early so it's a perfect storm for causing us to release drugs. That should never have been released into public. And you think oh I sure can viaducts for example so viaducts was discovered to do heart damage right heart damage. How do you why do we know that it's heart damage? Well the thing about hearts A Heart's for reasons we can get into. Maybe another time. Hearts have a very low capacity for self repair right. That's why they're vulnerable to our turnover. Uh Not much capacity for pair not much turnover now there. There's an adaptive reason for that but but hearts don't repair themselves was very well in a healthy person and when they fail. It's hard to ignore right if somebody WHO's thirty has heart fail. There's questions asked right so anyway. Vox was released into the public having passed drug safety. This isn't the only system that doesn't have a lot of my toasts like for example neurons ons neurons don't have a lot Cartilage doesn't have a lot of Your eyes cells. Don't note all of the tissues. I've just mentioned last time. You heard about anybody. Having you know cancer of the cartilage of their knee cancer of the heart no rain. Cancer tends to be gleaned glioma cells exactly so the tissues that have very low capacity for self repair right do tend to wear out and they don't get cancer which is exactly one of the sections of my paper right okay so Viaducts is known to do damage that created a big scandal. Because how the hell did it get drug safety. Testing turns out a lot of drugs. Have done in this. We've seen it in GLIVEC. Fen Phen Rhythm mice in your doctor probably still doesn't know their retirement as heart damage right. There's all of these cases aces of drugs that were released and then later understood to do heart damage now. My claim they don't actually do heart damage. They cellular damage and only saying yeah. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah this is the Jesus is like another layer of this thing. It's like a huge fucking nightmare. Right because this thing about like perseverance disagree degree ability. You've got all sorts of things that sound like something that invalidates the theory. And then it's sort of theories upon theories the Lao you to see the original simplicity of the I see the original ideas very simple yet but if you know a lot of like weird facts about what you think are just mice this or something about hearts. You can't put together. What is going on the idea that the Ambien damages only manifest in the heart? Because that's the one one system or the neuro system. That like really doesn't have a lot of my toasts. So well piece of advice to anybody who finds themself in remotely only similar waters. The signal that you are on the right track is that stuff starts canceling complexity in the story which has accumulated accumulated because something was missing slur disappearing and you begin to take on a model anyway. So yes. We've got a situation where we've got a bunch of drugs mysteriously producing using damage. They've got a paper that's out real world application. You've got an a theory coming out of evolutionary theory. It's making a molecular prediction. Yup successfully predicts mouse telomeres. One of the world's leading labs as confirmed the prediction. Yup where are we. Now what would you. What a year? Well let's see. The paper came out in my recollection to be horrible about this. Is that your fucking department at the University of Michigan which has has some great people is also holding you back and enervating you year after year by not allowing because this is this is groundbreaking owned breaking stuff. This is Nobel quality work at least one or two times over. In my opinion I could be wrong. I'm biased because of your brother. I'm your brother but what concerns me here is that you are not comfortable with what this story really might be. No I look. It's not my taught minded judge. I'm very proud of this work and get work but the problem bread is Jerry. Coyne and Richard Dawkins.
Thailand's new visa troubles
"Now unless you're an expat living in Thailand or a regular business traveler to that country perhaps you've probably never heard of the TM thirty visa tobacco tobacco in recent months though it's been causing outrage among the Southeast Asian nations one million strong expert community it stems from a forty year old law that has never have been enforced until now with Thai chilies determined to crack down on international criminals hiding out in the country South East Asia correspondent Catherine. This has the story I finally landed my dream job. I was now a foreign correspondent but little did I know just how long it would take to get my visa or all that I was flying into the middle of visa crackdown controversy facing foreigners the topic of conversation tonight as you can see is Thailand's controversial immigration Russian laws and the consequences will come back to that but first we need to go through a little history it all comes down to a low written almost forty a US ago after the fall of the Kamei Rouge regime in Cambodia in nineteen seventy nine. There was a major influx of refugees across the border. People people were also coming in via boat from Vietnam so as a security measure tile authorities put reporting requirements in place to monitor the movement amount of foreigners but as with much in Southeast Asia it was never publicly enforced until now under the system all non immigrant visa holders that is any expat living in the country is now required along with their landlord to report win they leave their home province and upon their overturn within twenty four hours every single time so for example if you live in Bangkok and traveled to poo kit for the Kent you're required to report and of course the system used to enforce it doesn't work so smoothly as you can imagine being a foreign foreign correspondent. I travel a lot for this job like many other experts so Wanda standardly it's causing furor among the Expat community immunity and has become such a hot topic of discussion over drinks at Thailand's foreign correspondent club. The board invited immigration officials to explain blind why it was needed. Dominic folder chaired the discussion. This law is from forty years ago from the Cold War period and the bureaucracy that is being applied to administer it is from the same era. How can you justify this. They they onerous for seizure this procedure that causes a lot of difficulty an inconvenience to people. I can absolutely understand that skip your heart Tom doing that but understand us. You're going to know that you start that hot. We've tried to make things easy. System is erratic non-functioning so basically a system has been launched which people like this are expected to deal with the does not work is is that a good way of doing things is about telling your wife that you're already at home. Trust me is went back and forward like these four hours with the immigration officials giving away little to satisfy the frustrations expressed by the crowd and insisting the changes are needed to catch foreign criminals both just going back to this idea of why why this suddenly became because nobody has noticed a particular deterioration and in the security situation in Thailand. It's not apparent on the outside surface things. It's been changing in the country Thailand in all over the world. The the criminal amid is getting stronger. The requirements are so onerous landlords some apartment complexes are erecting signs saying no oy foreigners while others jokingly say the new tourism slogan in Thailand is travel less. A group of experts have launched a petition against it and perhaps even more concerning is the impact on investment with some investors weighing up whether it's just too hard to do business here. Luckily Luckily I have a local office manager. Who's able to help me out with the paperwork but this was just one of the many steps required of me as I madly sought about getting Ching my visa. We started the process even before left Australia bought. It still took three months to gain approval. When I got an interview with the immigration in department fairly soon after my arrival I thought it would sail through but no it dragged on and on and because of the time it took I had to travel in and out of the country a few times to renew my tourist visa and then my husband and I were required to travel to the Thai Embassy in another country to register for a journalist visa. We thought we could go in and out in one day but as we eagerly lined up in a long line of other expensive tie embassy input on pen. We were told it would take three days to process. That's only gave us a three-month visa from there. We had to apply to extend it for for a year. I had started to wonder if I can get my visa before my year-long posting was over then a week later back in Bangkok and after hours of waiting in the immigration office we had good news. We finally gained approval a few days later. I found out I was being posted to our Washington Washington bureau so the process dance all over again. Let's hope this time it doesn't take quite so long. Catherine this with final report out of Bangkok.
"standardly" Discussed on Game Scoop!
"This episode of game scoop is brought to you by row jolt. Come the g._i. Games coupe they were all everyone in the world was very mad that i murdered my brother now. Let me standardly so all right. Everybody good good looks good. Well yeah like that energy. What's up. Everybody welcome dies you and soup. I'm your host daemon hatfield joining this week justin davis. Tom marks scoop and sam cable and we've got a great show for you this week. Ransack about such noteworthy topics as the best appea- games luminous. We're gonna look through the aug ninety five issue of nintendo power which we seven his own bag and it comes with three d. glasses and yes. I know it's september now but i don't wanna wait a whole 'nother year to look through this episode waiting to get to that episode but first nintendo held a very significant direct yesterday yesterday was like an almost three level direct thought with the amount of information in a new games that are in there yeah. It was almost all third party stuff to which was neat. Yeah <hes> recommended that you go to play games on a third party system. That's also they of course give us a big update on <hes> poke. Amman jordan's yield louise three yeah. I guess that's true. Maybe almost paul but they also had a little bit of an update. <hes> animal crossing your horizons didn't really have much new new information. It was just a close. The newest thing in that that trees is will move in the wind is the wind the wind come on. They didn't have specific new features. It was just like here's a new trailer at some new detail and it was a nice trailer. It's very lovely really game looks lovely but they also finally announced that super nintendo games are coming to nintendo switch online today and just a couple hours.
"standardly" Discussed on FoodStuff
"Make higher quality and commercially sustainable artificial ice by the eighteen nineties the production of artificial ice was on the rise such that ice factories were being opened in the temperate American north in addition to the slightly longer standing businesses in the south and down into South America. These factories were essentially giant refrigerators with huge ice trays that would create blocks of ice that weighed some three hundred and twenty pounds like one hundred and forty five kilos over the course of sixty days by circulating cold compressed gas through pipes under the trays and by the turn of the century. This artificial ice was often cheaper than natural ice even in the north and some considered it to be superior because it was more like standardly compact the natural ice which often has layers with bubbles or with softer packed crystals. And artificial stuff could be cleaner as well. Because it was made from distilled water rather than whatever happened to show up in a lake rates. Yeah. By that turn of the century ice was widespread enough and cheap enough that many Americans had an icebox in their house. This is a precursor to the fridge. It was sort of a wooden cabinet insulated with a metal like a tenor zinc with a place for a big block of ice and drip tray underneath you'd have blocks delivered frequently to replace them. As they melted ice men and during World War One swim in made daily rounds. In nineteen fourteen. We get Fred wolf's dole. Mary, which is really just D O M E L R E, which was the Domus. Stick electric refrigerator. And this was a fairly small device meant to be put in iceboxes in the place of a block of ice to keep the interior cool..
"standardly" Discussed on Tights and Fights
"I could not care less about this version of their feud. I like them both. I loved their twenty fourteen to twenty sixteen few because it made sense. There's there's nothing logical about this story. And this is my pitch for changing, it the reason why Deano turns around because he knew it was gonna turn on him. And so then then you can get mileage out of calling the audience stupid because they didn't see what to him is clear as day. Right. So I'm gonna make sure that you have nothing. Why don't you write for WB because they I don't know. Nobody has offered. What didn't you have things happen? They do sitting at your house call, you know, thousand one I might have applied once on monster dot com thousand one. Them up on monster. They need writers. And also, the writers are very awful. And so it's like, I always meet so many great wrestling fans who are super smart who know ton about wrestling who could do a better job who are currently complaining about the writing who's just be a writer. Geez. It's a great job. What if I became a writer? You're very qualified. We'll think the show, but then you could also. This. Game channels and podcasts on themselves. Don't wrestlers have our own stuff. Yeah. Nobody would be great at it. I promise I'll be great at it. With dean and Seth that's what I would do that to me would make that. It's a really simple story. And it also makes sense. The the problem I have everybody wanted a lot of people. We were talking about in here. We want to turn heel. We think the face act is stale. But there's got to be you have to have a compelling reason Treville into become villain. They and they have to believe they have to believe that what they're doing is. Right, right. I don't get that from anything I've seen so far is a heel to who the company because because that's why the fans are on board. Right. Because it's like, you know, what enough enough how many times might gonna put Charlotte flare over how many times it might gonna put, you know, Sasha banks or how long do you go? All right. I guess I'm just gonna keep hoping that someday might card is called. And it maybe it won't. And also like these are just break themselves all the time. Yeah. And and and the people that are over like, it's it's kind of like the business. I'm in standardly. Every MC thinks they should be a middle act and every middle that believes they should be headliner and every headliner thinks they should be on TV, and every TV person they should be in movies, and every movie that should be the biggest star nobody's ever happy with where the at. It's always the cart in the horse. You know, so something, and I think that's with wrestling too. Is that those top dogs? They're like, well, why can't I be the first women to this? And the first woman today, I wanna do this. We gave everything else Charlotte. Can't you give someone else thing, you know? And so. I think that that's why like her character makes sense of going like, you know, what? Vince like, I deserve deserve this. And the fans look. Yeah. Give it to her. Like, I think they were like super on board with it. But that's why you can't flip flop too much, right? They say you can't go pad and then good and bad or the shield gets together. And then breaks up and gets together. Jack, especially because that I you'll break up with so poetic that every time you do it it lessens, not only the impact of the current thing. But also of the stuff that came before it when also I agree. And then also they're always going like, oh, we're a brotherhood. We never break up. We've watched you break up. Yeah. And it's not gonna make us. The only reason we're gonna pop when they come back because Romo will be back. And so we're going to like he's going to be the most famous reservoir time, which might be the only thing that I've ever correct? Fully been on the right side of history with wrestling because I've always rooted for the bad guys. I was a big Enzo, Mark. You can if you look online..
"standardly" Discussed on PTI
"Mike. That actually ignificant because the adds to the mythology of the Bron James that what I what I think is that work here. Now is LeBron James being the tide that raises the boats on that team in. I don't see why so many people found it hard to understand that this was going to happen. And I I've colleagues that I respect Lakers gonna miss the playoffs. Stop. I don't think they're going to be in the top two in the west, but they could be anywhere with way Houston's going, but that brings me to this point, Tony. Yeah. Teams like Houston and Utah which have started slowly are going to get better. And so the Lakers are going to have some struggles. Just because these teams are good. These teams might be as good if not a little better than they are New Orleans is going to get it going again. So it's gonna be difficult. And so they're going to be natural basketball struggles in the Western Conference. So at the beginning of the year, I said that they would win fifty and you laughed at me. And I backed away. I'm not sure. I won't get the last laugh here. I'm not sure LeBron James is only playing thirty five minutes a game. And he's got great numbers. Again. He mates teams better. And in the west when you say those teams are going to get better a lot of them have receded a little bit. If LeBron James can carry young players who admire him. So that they give maximum effort. They could show up around forty eight to fifty don't you think? Yes, tony. Yes. But don't overlook Rondos absence. If he's gone for a month. I mean, what are these hand injuries? Rondo led the bulls with Dwayne Wade and that sort of makeshift team. They had one year to to lead winning both games in Boston in the playoffs. The way out. I don't think the bulls won again here on. He'll be back. The bronze LeBron's not gonna miss every foul shot in the last ten seconds. He's not the ion Williamson show was on again last night endure granted eastern, Michigan is not a scary opponent. But Williamson had twenty one points and nine rebounds. He shot ten for twelve from the floor, and I had a few standardly amazing dunks in three games. Williamson is averaging twenty five point three points and ten point six rebounds. And he's shooting.
"standardly" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Mccoy Derrick Henry or Kelvin Benjamin. He need just one. Yep. Let's go. John Brown pretty clear cut their mentioned Derrick Henry LA Shawn McCoy earlier in the show both guys who like McCoy. He there's a good chance McCoy doesn't play today for the bills. There Henry, hey, he's got his own issues with Dion Lewis and now today Blaine gabbert under center for the titans. That's no good. And then Kelvin Benjamin come on the bills this. That's that's that's that's just a dumpster fire right now need to stay away from all bills at this point and fantasy football. Let's try Ryan and Schaumburg. Hello, ryan. Paying for taking my call. Standardly lex player will fuller. Emmy or Brandin cooks. All right. So I'm not gonna lie. Ron these are this is this is this is close in terms of any one of these guys can go off for you and out. But what I'll say is Brandin cooks, the consistency of that. Rams offense the charges defense. Right. I know the second day for the chargers is good but without Bosa. They're not the same type of defense that scares you from week to week. They don't have you know, they've gotten Melvin Ingram, obviously. But they don't have the edge pass rush from both sides that makes them so dangerous. So I'm going to like weaken and week out. Ron I personally start Brandin cooks every week because there's going to be so many bigwigs from him that you don't wanna miss now. There may be some weeks where he may not deliver the big numbers and will fuller might go ahead and catch a long one for you. But the situation for Brandin cooks too good for me to pass up. I've got him locked up in my lineup weaken and week out. Because that Rams offense. I've said I think the last couple of weeks that is. Offense. You want a piece of if you're a fantasy football owner. Let's try TJ and Cloverfield in Indiana. What's up TJ? Guys. Good morning. Good morning. I have a I have peer gerstle I've been doing junior John Brown. With ROY screaming and Chris Carson. But since cornets out, I I'm going put Chris Carson, and I believe, okay. So yeah, you need to lock in Carson for that running back slot and in the format if you don't have a pass catching running back, which obviously rice Freeman is not right now, I would cross him off the list pretty easily. Talked about Marvin Jones the ankle injury that I'd be just just the plate safe because you never know you hate to get the Sunday night. And all of a sudden find out Marvin Jones is not playing and you don't have an alternative to go with. I would cross him off the list just to be on the safer side there, then sewn and John Brown what I've seen from John Brown. And and but truth be told pure Carson against a Kansas City. Chiefs defense that has given up a lot of points is somebody I like and in the PR format. I I think that plays to Garson strength. And I think actually Mark Goodwin will find out more later today could return for the Niners today that actually to me helps Carson that gives him some there that that opens up downfield the coverage that that makes per peer Garson a little bit more of a viable weapon for. So I'd go ahead and start garf- zone this week. I like John Brown. But in terms of the matchup for me, peer Garson against that. She's defense is something I think. Inc. Is going to play well for you. Let's try Rick in Munster, Indiana. Hello Rick morning. Jen. I got a RV two questions for.
"standardly" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast
"I think on short, some are in Poland. So he says, would you trade levian for Keenan, Allen? And Joe mixing. That's a great question. Levy on Levy on levian now you're obviously downgrading. You're running back, assuming Levy on plays, let's say standardly. I would do it. I think I would as well because you pick up a top five top six wide receiver in a top fifteen running back. What am I saying? That's the trade I would offer for lev bell? Yes, yes. Sets. Yeah. What. Fell shows up Friday, death, love. That's the bell tilt. That was the bell is ringing and it's it's in my head up. So no, I take back everything. I said, that's the trade I normally would offer for love bell. So he's gonna play. That's what I really believe. I'm not doing the trae. Yeah. I mean, that's this is this is a philosophy question. This is how do you approach the risk of losing multiple weeks of love bell. And where do you, where do you land where what do you actually believe is we don't know we, we don't know what's going to happen to love Bill. It doesn't matter what qualifications you have. Do you know who doesn't know what's gonna happen to love bell, Mike Tomlin, right. You know, doesn't know. Pouncey they don't know. I wouldn't be surprised if left. Bell doesn't know if love bells like I don't know what I'm going to show up. I might show up Friday might show up Saturday. Maybe I'll take a couple more weeks off. Yeah, it's all guesswork right now. But in the end he wants to be a great running back. And you can't be a great running back and prove that you're the best without being on the field in the end, he just wants money which I'm not blaming him..
"standardly" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast
"A matter of pass catchers available for this team. You have Chris, HOGAN, your Philip door set. You've Cordeiro Patterson. Those are your wide receivers. That's all. And on door said in Paterson we've really seen nothing out of them their entire career. Meanwhile, we've seen James white, be extremely productive seventy two targets last year eighty six targets the year before. Yes, he will not be the primary running back, but is a flex option, especially in a PR league or a half point PR league at think that he is going to be a usable guy for rather or week. I'd rather start James white than I would might Gillislee. I'd rather start him over Adrian Peterson week one. So there you go. James light is going to be a valuable, pass catcher on this team, and you know, they don't have a lot right now. They don't say that they can go to. So I think James white is a steel. I've seen him being picked up on waiver wires. I think people are feeling the same way, but if you have a chance to get him, I'm fully on board. Yep. And he, I still strongly prefer the other guys, you know, birkhead as in the past catching role, but whites. I don't know what else the pats were going to do man. If you're in a PR, he'll catch enough to be relevant. You start Gillislee or James light chase. That would be a league dependent thing. If it's a standardly Leslie, half point, half point. Half point, I would probably start Gillislee. All right. Let's get in the mail back. Mailbag. If you have a question, we'll go to the fancy footballers dot com. Click the submit a question button or dial voicemail hotline. Three zero two, four, six, four f..
"standardly" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program
"You familiar with what's that you're not allowed as the kicking team to you have to start at the thirty five so so you don't you can't get that five yard running start which is significant five yards to go athlete and you're running a four five down the field that's a big from zero to sixty in five yards i mean listen i'm not what is that even physics how long it would take you to get to the to the same distance russ massey physics something somebody could do that but anyway but then again you're not allowed the block them for the first i think what is it the first fifteen yards anyway it all amounts to this i think that i've outcome gonna be told me i think it's seems fairly clear that the team the receiving team is standardly gonna move up by five to fifteen yards it'll be interesting to see how that plays out it's only in fact move what do you mean my move up move up from their normal starting okay i think it's now encouraging tons yeah i think without collision without being collision yes the severity of the collisions is owed to that really any equivalent to that full on speed and making you know making head to head contact but i think that these guys i forget what the average starting position is for on kickoffs let's say it's the twenty five i bet you it's like the thirty five or forty they're going to be more kicks returned for touchdowns i think average starting position i think if you have a good kick returner i think you're going to be outed the forty forty five standardly start drives this is going to jack scoring it's only a one year rule which i actually asked river on that after the fact is is that why one year route because they don't know how it's gonna play out i think it is going to boost score significantly so if you like those those pinball kind of scores i think your store for more of that if you enjoyed super bowl fifty two so who benefits a really speedy kick return i really would be the kit we're trying to catch it and take it to the edge quickly yeah i do and i almost i really did think and i.
"standardly" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast
"Of my top three tiered wide receivers and now i feel like i can pound running back and just try and get someone to hit from i running back to and you have more flexibility with that strategy being a half point perception league or a full point league than maybe you feel like you do in standardly yeah because you can find a guy with value and so now it's going to be very interesting i've got to make a decision here i have combed barclay rob gronkowski in t y hilton in i am staring down a double up on the wide receiver position actually going to draft josh gordon and param t y hilton and i'm going to take a strategy similar to you mike we've both gone three non running backs which is a little atypical but we're going to see what rolls around kenyan drake goes next alex collins who was also my pick alex collins was the player that i was hoping would get to me david johnson aj green adam feeling collins got to me was an easy pick allen robinson alshon jeffery at four zero eight four nine jason you're on the clock yeah i'm on the clock as when it comes to team needs running back as where i would look david johnson is my only runningback right now i've got to stud wide receivers the three main tight ends that are the only three worth considering early are already off the board i'm never looking quarterback early but the way that i will approaches yeah what i was gonna say is the two teams that are going to head of you yes that's what i was going to say there's only one wide receiver selected by the two teams in between me and my next pick at all they've you know so three running backs two running backs as a good chance of running back slides around exactly so i will be focusing here it now that i'll has gone on a wide receiver when i look at my board there's a guy that i.
"standardly" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine
"It is now part of the standard vaccines we give kids although they don't have to in a lot of states is not necessary you don't have to get the vaccine but it's rolled in with a lot of child him put him in his ation most kids get protected like our daughter has had her hip vaccine's riley got hers she's fine but the only reason i've had mine because i left the country so if the country somebody may recommended to you to get one and you may have had your series of vaccines otherwise you probably haven't so you need to check that out also there's huge rush on it so you probably won't be able to get because everybody's trying to get be negative i'm just saying city said they're out of her office because i was like let me get up on that 'cause i wanna eat my taco bell with clean conscious i know i'm killing myself with it but i don't want to do that fast why seriously though we i'm being coming mary's is i guess the hepatitis vaccine is usually vailable at the local health department and at your doctor's office and it's not something you would standardly been given and even though like i said it's it's really rare the fact that we're having this many cases in the us is really rare globally it is not rare at all they're about one point four million symptomatic cases each year cases we actually know about which means they're probably one hundred and fourteen million cases of infection each year so it's all over the globe and now coming to a theater near you so this is actually where we can actually help right because i bet because none of the headlines are about taco bells on ohio the y'all maybe could be a head curve so like just tomorrow or probably monday just call them like no reason but i would.
"standardly" Discussed on If I Were You
"This is a head gum podcast thank you to me undies for sponsoring this episode of our show me undies another one of our favorites sponsors this ever holy best under wherever they said to some the other day yeah i got the avocado pear thanks living yeah i appreciate easter bunnies fuck the easter bunny he's a nasty little man that steals my breakfast eggs the opposite of what the eastern leaves eggs sorry sorry i didn't grow up with it so i just assume the worst from the bunny you suv easter bunny was robbing us of our eggs what do you think santa does steals presence of course not me on these dot com the best underwear in the world we're completely onto me on these at this point at this point i too many me on gotta get rid of the old ones the ones to my brother he says there's not a single pair of underwear that he would except for me except for me he does not like handmedown underwear but he likes the handmedown me undies that's right because it's used they created with lenzing micro modal and it's a standardly source naturally soft and it's got such cool designs we're talking about the avocado ones that i got the easter bunny ones that jake got there's one hundred percent satisfaction guarantee and that's just not their actual policy that that's probably my policy on them as well i never heard anybody complain one iota about their meat undies too great gift for yourself or if you've got a loved one who listens to the show they'll probably know about me on these because of how much we rant and rave about it through what a great way to give them a gift mendis has great offer just for our listeners if you go to on these dot com slash jake or me on these dot com slash.
"standardly" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast
"On a feeling in the six that's that levin the first hooked on a theline in the six twelve team league one keeper you gotta trade that spot so here's how i like to do these mike you're giving me the finger as in the pointer finger finger you had something to say rude would you like me to finish or do you wanna go ahead to excited all right i like to think of these things in valuate them as who would i end up drafting in the first round hypothetically and do i like them plus theline versus love bell so we'll you should the but in this league with one keeper big time running backs you got imagine the girlies and johnson's zeke's there some of them are likely kept and depends on where you're drafting from but let's say let's give a hypothetical and you can end up with melvin gordon adam feeling would d'you rather have those two players over levin bill i again i need the player in the sixth round what i'm looking at here it's only a too wide receiver and it's the standardly it'll be a much worse player than adam theline yes i agree but it's a standard league and it's only two wide receiver so because of that i'll just take the value of le vian bill jc i think you could go either direction and build a great team but i'm with mike i would rather have the lockton solid you know running back one or worst case running back three on my roster in this format all right that is for today's mail bag we've got another show on thursday we'll be talking the rest of our early running back rankings so do not miss that more guys with bigger debates about their performance and how the play this year which means that we'll probably be fighting a little bit in the studio and we'll do a sand on thursday we'll have joined the foot dot com show on thursday as well and don't forget to check out draft dot.
"standardly" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program
"Yes it just the last eight months i mean this seems to be the charges issue for couple years it's it's instant cayden but it's novellas pretty good nick novak was alright so it is like four years in a way isn't it fair that we know that that's the case in a way it kind of has become nfl level place kicking is sort of the equivalent of figure skating which is to say the only ones you notice at this point are the ones who miss the same as figure skating you see them fall and that's what stands out to you in the same way kickers now all standardly it's not a you know justin tucker chris boswell whoever you would hold up as the best in the game in two thousand seventeen matt bryant you know forty something guy of the of the falcons was eight for eight over fifty yards in in two thousand seventeen which is remarkable except for the fact that a lot of those guys i'd take two thirds of them conservatively make more fifty plus yard kicks and they miss over the course of season so doesn't that i don't know i don't want to go so far as to say corrupts the integrity of football strategy as we know it but isn't it warped from what it was thirty years ago it's so weird that guys go way back to the early sixties they were position players largely the guys who did the kicking paul horneck the golden boy he was a kicker of notre dame and then the green bay packers the world champion green bay packers was their place and one year he made a third of all his field goal attempts it's crazy he missed twenty something or twenty five field goals and he made a obviously if you do the math on that maybe ten or so of the eggs did go through its we.
"standardly" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"Now i guess some people would standardly say with the sort of cynical reading this look you know donald trump's key concern here would be about what the headline is what the takeaway is and this is a a it's gesture politics it's about you know committing to america first and keeping businesses thriving within us borders and so forth is there a concern from watches of this space like yourself that those kinds of more explicitly political considerations could cloud what might actually be an expedient decision from tech innovation orrin d viewpoint not that must be a worry presumably absolutely because clearly broadcom if it owned qualcomm would be it would become the world the third largest chip maker in the world that's very big deal in fact intel who don't really make trips for mobile fans in the probably regret the fact that they didn't take apples suggestion they made the i venture that it was going to sell that well not a great strategic that's right intel we're looking at buying broadcom so in fact if this merger had gone ahead maybe broadcom slash qualcomm would have become american again very quickly but obviously that's not going to happen right now and i just wonder in terms of what this could impact going forward sickly as the consequences of our day or where we're getting innovations of discussion about which companies which private concerns would be driving the next generation of maybe telecoms networks for example can you join the dots mean is it possible to say well you know developments in other no five g may be slower than they would have been if they're still doesn't go ahead or will someone else take the lead could it be an american concern rather than someone else as a consequence or is it not quite as joined up as that almost is obviously with telephone networks through two elements is the masts and as the chips in the phones and if your accompany.