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Bills, Vikings and Cowboys score Thanksgiving wins.
"AP sports, I'm Mike Reeves, it was a busy Thanksgiving Day in the NFL with three games on the schedule, the bills were in Detroit to meet the Lions, correspondent Denny cap, was there and has this report. Tyler bass boots a 45 yard field goal with two seconds left as the bills hang on to beat the Lions 28 25 on Thanksgiving Day, passes heroics from 8 necessary after he missed an extra point late in the fourth quarter, which allowed Lions kicker Michael batchley to sign the game on a 51 yarder with 23 seconds left. Sometimes you do everything that you write and sometimes you just get unlucky. We got unlucky, but we have a great group of guys that support me and have my back and I was able to reset and focus on the next big. Josh Allen put bounced into position to win the game, orchestrating a 48 yard drive spurred by a 36 yard pass the Stefan Diggs. Bob Stephens was on hand to watch the cowboys host the Giants. The Dallas Cowboys rallied to defeat the New York Giants 28 20 on Thanksgiving, overcoming a 13 7 deficit with 21 unanswered points in the second half. Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy says the cowboys time of possession keyed the win. Excellent division win game we had to have and I love the fire team and really what tried to break their method. And one thing I'm talking about is controlling the ball was a big focus for us today. That Prescott threw for 261 yards and two touchdowns the Dalton Schultz, CD lamb caught 6 for one O 6, while Daniel Jones threw for two 28 in a touchdown for the Giants. In Minnesota Kirk Cousins finds Adam Thielen in the end zone with 9 34 left to give the Vikings a 33 26 win over the Patriots, it was cousins third scoring strike of the game, just a phenomenal catch by him. I thought that the way he's able to catch that football, keep his feet in bounds. It just says a lot about his ability. One of the things he does really well is his body control and he's just overall athleticism and he showed it there. A great play by him. In college football, Mississippi state gets passed almost 24 22 in college troops in top 5 action number one North Carolina and number three Kansas are winners. I'm Mike Reeves, AP sports.
Bills beat Lions 28-25 for 2nd win in 5 days at Ford Field
"Tyler bass boots a 45 yard field goal with two seconds left as the bills hang on to beat the Lions 28 25 on Thanksgiving Day. NASA heroics from 8 necessary after he missed an extra point late in the fourth quarter, which allowed Lions kicker Michael batchley to sign the game on a 51 yarder with 23 seconds left. Sometimes you do everything that you write and sometimes you just get unlucky. We got unlucky, but we have a great group of guys that support me and have my back and I was able to reset and focus on the next kick. Josh Allen put bounce in a position to win the game, orchestrating a 48 yard drive spurred by a 36 yard pass the Stefan Diggs, the bills improved to 8 and three while the Lions dropped the four and 7. Denny cap Detroit
Wiggins scores season-best 31 points, Warriors beat Clippers
"Kawhi Leonard and Paul George were absent due to injuries and without them the warrior steamrolled the clippers beating LA one 24 one O 7. Andrew Wiggins made 6 threes and led Golden State with 31 points. Every game is going to be different. Steph's going to be stuff. Always. But tonight, the ball was moving to find a lot of people. And made some shots. Stefan curry added 22 points and Klay Thompson scored 15 of his 18 points in the first quarter. The clippers only scored 18 points in the second quarter and trailed by 29 points in the final period. In the loss, Marcus Moore senior with 19 points. Ryan leong, San Francisco
Tavares scores in 3rd, Maple Leafs beat Hurricanes 3-1
"The maple leaves have their first three game winning streak of the season after a three to one verdict over the hurricanes John Tavares broke a one one deadlock with 1136 remaining Tavares leads Toronto with 8 goals Cal yarn croc and William nylander also scored to help the leaves win for the second time in 7 road games Eric kellgren had 29 saves to get his first victory of the season Carolina had won four in a row Stefan nason scored for the canes and Frederick Anderson turned back 18 shots I'm Jane ferry
Moderna misses on 3Q, shaves 2022 vaccine expectations
"Vaccine maker Moderna says they missed some targets in their third quarter results and is shaving their 2022 expectations Supply problems have forced Massachusetts based Moderna which makes most of its revenue from COVID-19 vaccines to delay some shot deliveries a move that contributed to disappointing third quarter earnings surprised Wall Street Their total quarterly revenue fell 32% to $3.36 billion Moderna had to push back some deliveries to 2023 which undermined earnings from advanced purchase agreements and lowered their annual estimate from 21 billion to between 18 and $19 billion Earlier this year CEO Stefan van Sel said he expected higher earnings based on booster production and strong autumn demand but now the company is working on fixes to complex manufacturing issues including a launch of a new booster and a switch from ten to 5 dose vials I'm Jennifer King
Church of Scientology is evoked in the rape trial of actor Danny Masterson, the White House weighs in on antisemitic comments, and an ancient shine destroyed by Islamic State militants gives up its secrets
"On this week's AP religion roundup the Church of Scientology is evoked in the rape trial of actor Danny Masterson The White House weighs in on anti semitic comments made by the rapper formerly known as Kanye West and an ancient shrine destroyed by Islamic State militants gives up its secrets A Los Angeles prosecutor says rape allegations by three women against that 70s show actor Danny Masterson contained disturbing elements The prosecutor says the women didn't initially report the two decade old crimes because they feared being ostracized by the Church of Scientology where they and Masterson were members Two of the alleged victims first went to the church to report what happened to them were told it wasn't rape and that reporting it to authorities or telling others about it would end with them being ostracized by their closest friends and even family members The 46 year old actor remains a member of the church he's pleaded not guilty to three counts of rape The rapper formerly known as Kanye West is offering to buy right-wing friendly social network parlor after west was blocked from posting on Twitter and Instagram for anti semitic pose When I can speak to is anti semitism which is hateful it is dangerous White House press secretary karine Jean Pierre condemned the remarks At the end of the day it is disgusting And it is there is no room absolutely no room no place in our political discourse to be having that type of really vile conversation Archeologists have discovered a massive royal palace beneath an ancient Iraqi shrine dedicated to the prophet Jonah A German expedition is exploring the 2500 year old throne room directly below the traditional side of Jonah's tomb Professor Stefan mall of heidelberg university says Islamic State militants created a series of tunnels into the palace beneath the tomb perhaps to loot the artifacts that remained Today archeologists are using the tunnels to discover ancient artifacts and architecture including the largest single room from antiquity ever built in the region I'm Walter ratliff
Diggs scores 3 TDs for Bills in 41-7 rout of Titans
"Buffalo Bill scored 34 unanswered points rolling to a 41 7 win over the Tennessee Titans on Monday Night Football Josh Allen it's Stefan Diggs connected on three touchdowns digs overall catching 12 balls for a 148 yards to go along with those three scores Head coach Sean McDermott says his coaching staff had his guys ready to play Both coaching staffs with the defense offense special teams They did a great job Good game plans Players executed I thought it was a good fundamental football The bills moved to two and zero on the season the Titans fall to zero two I'm gene battaglia
Saftely Protocol Was Skipped for the Questionable Covid Vaccines
"Idea that you mentioned 6 month olds, you mentioned toddlers being vaccinated. Before a foreign substance that is a pharmaceutical is permitted to be sold and used in this fashion, what is the standard for testing if it is safe? What is the protocol? How long does it usually take to make sure that a new medicine is safe to inject into adults, let alone children? The regulatory guidance for a vaccine is two years of observation on safety data. And then if it's a genetic product, it's 5 years on cardiology I can use some genetic products once called mersen. We use that for a while. Now Peter is in. These are small interfering RNA, a product. So we can use them, but they have many years of safety data to make sure they don't integrate with the human genome or reverse transcribe. Make sure they don't cause cancer or birth defects. All of that was skipped with the COVID-19 vaccines, even though they were developed long before COVID-19, the crisis emerged. We know that the Moderna CEO Stefan paints out, he was the billionaire CEO of biomarker you. They built the biosecurity nx lab for the Wuhan Chinese lab by the CCP. So Stefan baines was working with the Chinese back before 2015 and then he changed to Moderna and then Moderna started working with the Chinese and the U.S. government on the Moderna vaccine. So this was years in advance of
Lee Smith: Kash Patel Says Mar-A-lago Documents Relate to Russiagate
"Because after the national archives gets these documents and they're making a lot of noise they want the Kim Jong-un letter They want to let our naturally that Barack Obama left to Donald Trump That's what they care about Then they say yeah there appears there was classified intelligence in there Cash says there's no classified intelligence Trump declassified at all Breitbart News reporters say well what is it He said well I don't want to talk about it because all these goons are going to accuse me of unveiling classified intelligence when it's not Cash says what this material is related to its rush gate and other things like Hunter Biden's laptop That's what gets the FBI to freak out Within a week they get a grand jury subpoena to go to Mar-a-Lago They're back in June looking for the same documents And you know what They can't find them They're looking for Russia gate stuff And if you're following The New York Times reporting now a Pulitzer Prize winning Maggie haberman et cetera If you look at what they're talking about they're talking about they're looking for documents related to fisa and related to confidential human sources Does that sound familiar It's referring to Stefan halper Christopher Steele and the Pfizer on Carter page That's what they're looking for And here's the thing The times published a piece at the end of last week and said they went in there and the piece ends with the revelation that the FBI didn't find what they're looking for So the question is does Donald Trump have these documents which he declassified before he left office or does no one has them I think we're in for even more interesting times ahead
"stefan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Be. But it could be a 100° and so I was definitely nervous and I think that's something for the organizers to think about just because it is unsafe to race and that kind of weather. Thank you. The issue was the subject of a conference this week in Eugene, expert speakers included professor Yuri hosokawa, who worked with the IOC on strategies to mitigate the risk of heat stroke at last year's Olympics in Tokyo. If an athlete suffering from exertion a heat stroke and if they were not cooled on site immediately, that could actually put them onto the path to have multi organ dysfunction, which would result in the worst case death. In your experience, do athletes understand the risks. I don't think they've ever imagined that they could actually die from heat. We need to really equip our athletes with proper knowledge in terms of how to get smart about training in a heat, but also anywhere in the world right now. Medical providers need to be equipped with the right knowledge and proper skills to treat, for example, exertional heat stroke. I'm Stefan demmel, I work in what analytics and I'm the director of a health science science department. It has a lot of impact, as you know, global warming has made Stefan Beaumont's job much more challenging with the prospect of high temperatures in Eugene, he advised they start both marathons at 6 15 in the morning. For the male marathon that went very well for the female matter we had some heat related illnesses, including one each stroke, fortunately, that was very well managed and everything went fine at the end. You have to be cautious and mitigation is very important. And in worst case scenario you also have to have what we call a contingency plan where you can completely postpone and cancel the event. Some of the women competing in the
Worship, Works And The Kingdom Of God - burst 1
"Welcome to live behind the veil and atmosphere where men and women of God speak his word to this age and bring his kingdom to this earth. Do you have ears to hear and eyes to see what God is doing in this hour? Let us join our host and the family's conversation as the Holy Spirit is unfolding. The word behind the veil. Hi everyone, I'm Ron your host, and on this podcast, the family discusses how God wants to move through every aspect of our daily lives. It's our attitude of worship that draws him into all that we do. I work through the salvage yard and I was able to buy cars. And I fixed them up and I used them for my family. And I'd sell them and make a little profit. And I had the opportunity to rebuild a wrecked car, and the wrecked car was given to a friend, I'd met a couple times. But he was commissioned to pastor and Detroit. It was a gift to this guy. To take and start his ministry in Detroit. My heart went with that car. And my heart went with him. That car bore a connection. From me to him. I don't think I saw him again for maybe a year or two. But I always had that spirit connection. There was always a draw to pray for him to believe for him. And many times in our work, things like that, opportunity comes up, that we can do things. My work was a form of worship, right? There was numerous ones where that principle was put into play. It doesn't matter what you do. For somebody, put your heart into it. I used to do stairs for a living. And I would do custom multi-million dollar homes and bend handrails and do all the fancy woodwork. I would inevitably get into jobs that were over my head. One of the most memorable times is when I just started, I was required to learn from the ground up so I had to spend two years in the wood shop learning to build all the parts that the installers were taking out and using. Finally, after a couple of years, I went to the owner of the company, and I said, you know, I've been here two years. You promised me if I would stay, I would be afforded the opportunity to become an installer. And so he broke down and let me, you know, become a friend to an installer. And I was out there as an apprentice a couple of years anyway, finally they decided that I was knowledgeable enough to go on my own, so the first job they sent me on, they decided to send me on this custom home that was already built, people living in it, and they wanted to redesign the staircase. I was working in an environment where people were living, and so there was already finished floors finished carpeting and everything that I had to work with without destroying what they had. And I was working on marble floors and all this type of thing, and trying to put post into marble floors without destroying the marble. Oh my God. After about a week of that, I sat down one day, and I just broke down was no one was home, obviously, I was just crying, and I said, lord, I can't do this. I just don't know what to do. And he never did ask me about that. It was like, get up, go back to work. So I did. And I kept working, working and finally got the job done. I felt good about what I did. I felt like I did the best I could in about two weeks later I got called into the office by the owner. And sat down in front of his desk and he said, I just received a letter from these people that you did this custom staircase, and they said it was the best work they've ever seen. My job was on the ground, and I knew that it was just God. I mean, I got it done that because I was above my abilities, but he just helped me do it, and I ran as so many other times like that where I would bid a job and then I would get into it and realize, oh my goodness, this is stuff I've never done before, and yet the lord would show me. What to do, I believe if your heart is doing it unto the lord and your worshiping in it, then he's there. And then amazing things happen. Right. So that's the fun of walking with the lord. Yeah. You know, I know they're aspects of walking with the lord that sometimes, you know, you kind of go, well, it's not totally fun. I think there are more delightful things in a walk with God than there are things that are hard. No kidding. It's easier if you open up and submit your heart to a. And give yourself and let him change you and do his work in your art. It's a lot easier. It's like I used to always wonder, you know, where Jesus went to the cross and despise the shame for the glory set before him, and always wondered what glory. What glory, where's the glory set before me, lord? But these are the stories that that's the glory set before you win. He comes through with his special gift. Yeah. It's just incredible. I know Bill and I were working with a couple in the ministries on some programming for excel work. You know, I have no bill and I were looking at this and looking at that and we looked at each other and we just said, you know, there's just no way to go get from here and we both just kind of bowed our heads before the lord and the next thing I know there was such a flow and we had totally got the programming going and done and it was pretty amazing we just said that was the lord it was in us getting that accomplished. Sometimes God brings you to the end of your own faith. So that he can impart his own to you so that he's the one really getting the glory as we're talking here, you know, none of us are admitting that I knew it. I knew I could do that. You know, we're all saying, man, I fell short. It's really true. Yeah. As we give ourselves as worshipers through the vocations and the whatever we're doing, God honors that. With taking it and carrying it far beyond his returning love to us for doing it. And we don't know how far things like that go. And we'll probably never know, but does it matter? Because it's done unto the lord. I think we're putting into practice that principle that we do all things is unto the lord no matter what you do. Right. That's the truth. Give God an opportunity to be a blessing through you. Right. Dodge creating a heart in each one of us to serving, and we all can't be one thing. The body of Christ is made up of many parts. There is a deep revelation in vision of the kingdom of God that we're talking about. Yes. The kingdom is truly a kingdom. Yep. And what's amazing about it is if you open your heart to the lord and let him in to your heart and give him the opportunity to move through you and whatever vocation, wherever you're at, whether you're the president of the United States or you're a janitor. God doesn't look at it like, wow, you're the president or uro janitor. He's looking at your heart, and if your heart's open to him, all of a sudden whatever you're doing and wherever you're at, amazing, amazing things can happen through menial tasks, your everyday life, and that's the kingdom. It's God moving through simple people that have just opened their heart Jesus actually served others he washed people's feet and that was the most menial thing you could do. Back in his time, and so what you're saying is so true. The thing that you're doing to serve one another are the things that God just treasures. That's the thing of honoring Christ in your brother. That's right. Right. In ex 6, it talks about the early church and how there was a complaint that came up, where the Hellenistic Jews, the widows, were not being served properly. And so they got all the disciples together and then they said, you know, we really need to focus on the word and administering here. It's not good for us to wait on tables. Pick 7 people who are full of the spirit, you know who I'm talking about, right? This guy, Stefan, full of the spirit, serving tables, and here he is at the same time out doing signs and wonders and moving in God, and so this just illustrates the point of it doesn't matter what you're serving as. Right. Here's a guy serving tables to the widows. And at the same time here he is out here doing signs and wonders and causing such a stir that they ended up killing him. That's true. And now we talk about him in the Bible. Yeah. Exactly. What's interesting about that story as you were talking about that I've never seen before, what did he do to minister to those widows? I mean, I always looked at it. Yeah, he was serving tables and everything and then he was doing miracles and all that. But maybe the real miracle is what he was doing in the hearts of those widows. Sure. Meeting a need. You think about the guy who had the hardest time trying to figure out what he was going to do when he grew up, Joseph. God gave him a dream and boy, he was so proud of that dream he had to tell his brothers. And his brothers wanted to kill him. Boy, it took him some time. But then God placed him where he wanted him. And I think if we are in motion, if we are doing something, it is about living and living with a living father we may never know some of the results of what God has done through our hands through some putting in a little switch here, changing out some points in a car, singing a song that didn't make sense to anybody else or, you know, designing a building that ended up being burnt down. It doesn't matter. It doesn't matter one bit. It is all about our relationship with the lord. We've seen on this podcast that as we walk through our daily lives, if our hearts are set in worship to the lord, we will find his unseen presence in everything that we do. 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"stefan" Discussed on VUX World
"So you might want to jump on that one on September the first. Cool. So without further ado, boys and girls, please welcome Stephane biker who is the data analyst and conversational AI expert at rabobank, Stefan. Welcome. Thank you. Thanks so much. No problem. Thank you for joining us. Where about are you in the Netherlands? I'm living in Amsterdam. Classic classic Amsterdam was the last trip I took before lockdown. Really? And yeah, lockdown prevented me from going back again soon. Fantastic city, absolutely love it. Well, thank you for joining us. For those that don't know of yourself or rubber bang, maybe we'll start by introducing yourself, you know, what you do at rubble bank and then for those that are in the U.S. and other parts of the world, maybe explaining what rubber bank is as well might be a good idea. Yeah, definitely. Thanks for having me. As you said, stay home. I live in Amsterdam that I grew up in the center of the Netherlands, near Utrecht. And I moved to Amsterdam in 2005 to study sociology. And I've been living there ever since. 36 years old. And I've been working at Robert bank for the past 6 and a half years. I started out as a customer service agent. And after three years, I was asked to join the team that was starting to discover the creation of chatbots, the first step of the problem and I guess out there doing analysis on what the most frequently asked questions from customers were and I was supposed to stay there for three months. And I've been doing it for three and a half years now. And I do into the role of data analysts and familiarized myself with conversational AI and turn out to be such a perfect fit for me that I can see myself
Julie Kelly: No Russiagate Conviction Put the FBI on Steroids Since
"Juliet it's an important point This was all over before the 2020 election All over the news right before the election Whitmer was all over the place talking about it Listen I get it I mean if I were the subject of even an alleged plot I talk about it two of you Okay fine But you'd at least think they'd have some kind of details of this thing locked down Biden talked about it I played audio on my podcast yesterday if John heilman and MSNBC losing it over this Trump did it he incited all this violence and we find out as you said that the men didn't even know each other And the FBI was involved kind of sounds like the spygate case The payments the Christopher Steele working with Stefan halper I mean of any of these big cases actually started with anyone other than FBI informants by guys What's going on here No and it's funny Dan because someone yesterday compared Dan chapel the main informant two stuff in helper It's the same MO But Dan as you know is the expert on this subject The fact that no one has been held accountable for Russia gate just put this agency on steroids They took that They accelerated it No one paid any price So of course they were going to repeat it in 2020 And that is exactly what happened You're right Whitmer was all over it Joe Biden is ranting at campaign stops across the country accusing Donald Trump of exciting domestic terrorists I mean but you know it's funny Dan all of this coverage has completely disappeared You won't find any news in this trial and verdict in The New York Times CNN or anywhere else
UN council to meet on Russian claim of US labs in Ukraine
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Russia asks for you one security council meeting on its allegations of U. S. military biological activities in Ukraine at the request of Russia the U. N. security council will meet this morning to discuss Russian allegations that Ukraine is running chemical and biological labs with support from the United States the accusation first came to light this week from Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova who presented no evidence Russian you when deputy ambassador Dmitry Kulikov repeated the accusation Wednesday state department spokesman net price the Kremlin continues to spread it out right lights U. N. spokesman Stefan to Jerrick said Thursday the World Health Organization which has been working with the Ukrainian government is unaware of any chemical or biological weapons work by Ukraine hi Mike Rossio
Lionel Richie honored with Gershwin Prize
"My major runner for a big name singer songwriter there's no shortage of love for Lionel Richie as friends and colleagues in the music world attended a special night in his honor he received this year's George Gershwin prize given out each year by the library of Congress Richey who has had a big string of hits over the decades got to hear others takes on those hits during a tribute concert in his honor among those paying tribute Gloria Stefan Luke Bryan Chris Stapleton and me gal Anthony Anderson hosted the whole shebang will be aired on may seventeenth on PBS I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
"stefan" Discussed on Healthcare Triage Podcast
"This, but it's a hard road. Hard enough that avoiding conflict is usually your best option. But sometimes avoiding conflict means compromising your principles. And fitting with the threat of our podcast so far, the incentives to compromise principles are heavy here too. In this episode, we talked to a few people about these issues, and then we talked to one person who experienced them directly. So do we have noticeable issues with science mentorship? According to our interviews, the answer is a resounding yes. I get emails all the time from people, like don't, don't tell anybody my name, but I'm a junior researcher, blah, blah, blah, and they're trying to make me come to these conclusions. I don't think are supported by the data, what should I do? In many of these cases, you actually see that it's associated to a lab, not to the first person, so that might suggest that in a particular research group, there is an atmosphere in which people are either encouraged to do this or will fare for their job if they don't do misconduct. Yeah, no, I get regularly get direct messages from trainees saying I thought I was doing what I was trained to do by pointing out this error or saying, well, we didn't predict that or whatever, and then my boss told me never to do that again. I won't get a job in blah blah blah. It's just so disillusioning, I think, for people to be told one thing in the classroom and, you know, in this very idealistic stuff we teach the students and then they actually get to research and it's not like that at all. It's like your real feelings about this start to come out. And when you're at your wits end, it's like, I don't know how else to say this. And then when you have three or four other co authors who are complicit, eventually it's like, I'm just losing the fight. I have no one else to fight against or with. Even though other students and other trainees agreed with me. Before we get into the pressures, we think it's also important to touch on something that came up in a few of our conversations that we may be training too many people. As mentioned previously in the series, high competition is a major driver of some of the issues we've been talking about and overproducing PhDs only makes the competition worse. We either need to scale back our training or we need to be more clear with trainees about their job prospects and academia. And what their other options are outside of it. According to one paper, data from 2006 suggests that we've only seen around 14% of PhD graduates move to tenure track positions within 5 to 6 years of graduation. So why are we training so many students? Doctor Stefan, one of our experts from previous episodes pointed to a big reason. If funding is important, you need people to work in your.
"stefan" Discussed on Jazzed About Work
"Ideas. So tell us about where people can get your book, sit less. Absolutely. You can find it on Amazon. You can just type in sit less Stefan's avelin. And it'll pop right up. It's got a beautiful purple cover, which is my favorite color. If you are adverse to Amazon, it is also in Barnes and noble. You can find it there same way. Okay, well, I think it's a readable, helpful book, and so I encourage people if they're looking for a way to begin, that's a good way. Stephan, thank you so much for joining me today. I've learned some things and I hope we've inspired some people to get moving. I know as soon as we finish this conversation, I feel a great need to get up and move around. Thank you. It's been an absolute pleasure. Thank you. Today we've been talking with staff and aveline about why it's so important for you to get out of your chair and move around. This podcast is produced by WO UB public media. At a bridge is our audio engineer. I'm your host, bev Jones, author of find your happy at work. Today's tip is that sitting too much is really unhealthy. You can boost your health and your productivity by standing up and moving. Thanks for listening to just about work and please come back soon..
Prof. Zvika Granot and Others: Herd Immunity Will Take Its Course
"Renault said that the virus will likely be with us for many years with new variants circulating but not at the level of a pandemic As the coronavirus evolves will be less and less aggressive the professor said Moderna's CEO Stefan bonsall warned that the pharmaceutical companies COVID vaccine may be less effective against the omicron variant But the professor cautioned against coming to conclusions at this point as to the effectiveness of existing inoculations saying that more testing is necessary Here's what the professor was saying The professor was saying but professors have been saying for two years There's eventually going to be herd immunity in this thing will take its course We will do everything we can To save as many lives as we can We'll do everything we can With vaccines and Therapeutics But there's only so much that can be done
"stefan" Discussed on Gambling With an Edge
"You have a .6 advantage during the spin to win promotions. And it's 7.5 cents a game. If you max load it. There's one such machine. I've often played it while waiting for another machine to open up. It is a fun way to play an issue. All right, we are back with Stefan. Hi. Have you ever played loss rebates? It was a big, big part of my life to take advantage only from rebates lost rebates is one of the best things that the summer can experience at my opinion. But blackjack is not the best game to exploit or take advantage of loss or debates. There are other games that can give you best better result. But also blackjack, but it's not the best game. So our last rebates common in Europe or the country's first of all, how many countries have you played in and what they mostly Europe? I have playoffs, Australia, Egypt, Greece, Romania, Bulgaria, kaalia, grace, modern Negro, somebody know Cyprus, the Turkish side, I'm sure that I'm forgetting some more countries, but most of my action goes in Europe, Australia black Zach was not good, Egypt has very good blacks with early surrender on ace. It's very, yeah, it's very good. The game over there, so now it's been decades, but in the early days when people played Egypt there were currency restrictions, so it was a problem getting money out of the country and the casino would rat you out. So they would know that we're coming with cash if you were trying to smuggle it out. Yeah, it's true. You have the big problem in the customs, but from the moment they are things like money gram or somehow to transfer money, you can just send it before you decide to travel. Oh, and they allow that. Yeah? Yeah. And also, with Bitcoin, these days, or with cryptocurrency general, they can really, really help you travel without caring big amounts of cars. And you haven't had any trouble converting.
"stefan" Discussed on Gambling With an Edge
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"stefan" Discussed on Gambling With an Edge
"With an edge. Now here are your hosts, bob dancer and Richard munchkin. Good afternoon. Welcome to gambling with an edge on bob dancer. And I'm Richard munchkin. Our guest today goes by the name of Stefan. He's a Greek blackjack player. Currently in the United States. Stefan welcome to gambling with an edge. I welcome thank you very much, guys. It's a big honor to be at your soul and it's a big experience for me to be in the country that blackjack was born. So how long have you been counting cards and how did you get started? Okay. And I can't almost 9, ten years, professional, and what forced me to count cards was my losing times. What I mean, I was so boring of losing money and suffering deep deep inside of me was telling me that you are the worst player, but ever step into casino. So slowly slowly and with the help of either net, I discovered first of all, basic strategy. And on, well, when something that you have to do, it's not so much a matter of luck, this game. So, you know, one thing brings another, I discovered basic strategy. I discovered that this game has memory, what goes to the past affects the future and slowly slowly I get inside counting and did you did you find books are the books translated into Greek or how did you work? Thanks God, I thanks my parents, but they were forcing me when I was teenager to learn English. So I had the luxury to watch English.
"stefan" Discussed on VUX World
"Merry Christmas to everybody at deep gram. And also Merry Christmas to our guest today. Stefan share a Stefan welcome to the UX world. Thanks for having me. To talk to you about robots. Yeah, absolutely. When I've missed today from today's episode, which I used to do at Christmas time, but I stopped it because when people watch this video back again in March, April, whenever it is, as people do, it doesn't look quite right. But I'll give you a demonstration of what I almost wore for today. Which is this. Christmas jumper, which I like because ironically, Santa is actually pulling the reindeer on the slayer. Not the other way around. So there you go. That was why I almost wear, but I thought I'd keep it evergreen today. It's a great ugly sweater. You got to have a cringey Christmas jumper I think. But yeah, so we're going to be talking about target robust today, which is a topic I've been wanting to chat about for quite a long time because it seems to me that there is certainly an emerging trend around not just in home robots, which is likely what we're going to talk most about today, but general robotics across the board from factories to all kinds of different areas where we're seeing kind of robotics and humanoid like robots. And the interface to those 9 times out with ten, even if you're talking about the kind of like Roomba vacuum cleaners, they're still kind of mini autonomous things that circulate around your house. And you know, we saw Amazon announced in the ASTRO robot and stuff like that. So it's something that is emerging where we are seeing the rise of in home robots and I think that from a conversation design and NLP perspective, this is something that I think more conversation designers are going to be working on as time goes on. So I'm certainly really curious to understand a little bit about how you've been approaching this kind of stuff. Maybe first week we can get into just a little bit about what you do and what moxie is and all that kind of stuff, and maybe just explain for people. Who you are and what you do. Sure. Awesome, yeah. Let's get started. So I'm Stefan. My backgrounds in computer science and particularly I've focused on machine learning in my studies, both as a student and as well as then as a PhD student at the university in Germany. And so what I was fascinated by was really kind of like using machine learning or neural networks to accomplish things that the human brain seems to be seemingly trivial for the human brain, recognizing faces, understanding language. Hearing tones and changes in the voice that then relate to emotion or possibly even well-being. When we hear someone who is suppressed, we may actually have a hint that there's something going wrong where something that's not quite right. And so I wanted to see if we could teach machines to kind of understand those kinds of nuances. More easily. And then classical AI approaches with zeros and ones didn't quite cut it. Unfortunately, and I think that's how I got into machine learning. With a little bit of a stint in the Ireland at Trinity College as a postdoc and then ended up in the U.S. at USC, the University of Southern California where I joined the institute for creative technologies..
Sweden's parliament approves first female prime minister
"Sweden has chosen mount delay not understand us prime minister Anderson has been approved by Sweden's parliament as the country's first ever female prime minister replacing Stefan Lofven as leader of the center left social Democrats the development marks a milestone for Sweden viewed for decades as one of Europe's most progressive countries which has yet to have a woman in at the top political post the social democratic leaning government has described itself as feminist putting equality between women and men at the heart of national and international work I'm
ABC's George Stephanopoulos Pushes Kamala Harris on Border Crisis
"So here's the tsarina herself. Kamala Harris, being asked by George Stefan biopolis, why don't you fix the border? You're supposed to be calling the shots. Listen to this, astounding answer, and keep it in the context of knowing she's what we're stuck with if we don't have Biden. 8 months ago, the president gave you the job of addressing the root causes of migration. But last month, we learned that in the past year had the highest number of illegal border courses, since they started to be recorded in 1960, what are you doing to turn that around? How long will it take? Well, it's not gonna be overnight. We can't just flip a switch and make it better. The reality is that we inherit a system and immigration system that was deeply broken, and it's requiring us to actually put it back together in terms of creating a fair process that is effective and efficient. But on the root causes peace, what we're looking at is that, you know, frankly, people don't want to leave home, George. And when they do, it's one of two reasons. They're fleeing some kind of harm, or to stay at home. They just simply can not satisfy the basic needs of their family. That would be the alternative to Joe Biden. So you want to go from the frying pan into the fire. That's what we got. The Biden Harris
"stefan" Discussed on Konsulatet Poddar
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"stefan" Discussed on Konsulatet Poddar
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"stefan" Discussed on Konsulatet Poddar
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"stefan" Discussed on B2B Marketers on a Mission
"We expand our operations expand our reach and do it in a way that this strategic and to your point which i think was a really important one because you didn't just put content out there because it's you know look our product is so great you content out there because you genuinely understood the pain points in the challenges that your potential customers are facing. You answered these questions that they had. That doesn't main reason. Behind as i mentioned before we get we saw in combination with the struggles. People ask to get results out. Yeah no exactly exactly so. We go onto the next question and this one is about. What is the status quo. Or a commonly held belief in your area of expertise but you passionately disagree with and why i had from before outreach is this and really i i disagree because due to all these changes of course later than are frustrated but i definitely disagree with that. It's still a gold mine. And i believe i prove it. Show still show it. I give examples. And i think for all the people who are in rested to particularly using expanding just improving level up lincoln outrage game. It's rare to have a better ideas. And inspirations about okay. How can i survive. I should do what are actually tactics. I was not even rarer because most of these ones are quite simple easy to implement and is just tweaking and small changes and then you will be a the visuals improvements you you see so okay okay. Well that's a that's a that's definitely an interesting one like this to wrap up the conversation that kind of advice you would give people out there that are interested in using the automation and to optimize automation in the right way. What is the one thing you think bishop start one thing that they should stop. Start making i all about what they want to do. Instead of going to google searching for best-performing lincoln connection requests. They gain a copy of these place and start outreaching people all day. Actually maybe doesn't first of all that much better all rich. Do you want to use the space. More earth for yourself so staff outlining and the final game what actually wants to achieve and then a second question how i want to do that is definitely not my attention in ear to bush promote people to expanding. I really as a strong believer in tactics and providing as much value again. I should recommend these people just to at least look at our block. It's a lower expanding website and just to give you kind of inspiration and ideas own how you can use such kind of automations. And it really doesn't matter for me if you've already used any guide automations and you just want to use strategies are embedded or implemented. But i should definitely stop at making a bit more clear for yourself what you want to achieve and then as a negative next question. Okay how would you want to do that. Okay and what. What about the stop. Part of the question what they stopped doing. They should stop focusing on outreach. This one thing lingers also forcing you to do that a. stop giving a because they're still so many opportunities to action on the balls form that you will start. Stop giving giving the believing in in others. Oh yeah yeah. Absolutely absolutely stefan. As expected. this conversation was incredibly informative incredibly insightful on you gave you you should so much of your experience an expertise of a listener so thank you again for coming on and sharing. Please tell us a little bit about yourself and how people out there get in touch with you. Yeah definitely i. Netherlands moat easiest way for people to fall for example. I'm also folks council. They can connect with me over there. I provisional articles for the for the four day for the ones who are a bit of a more active on the socials. I think a great way to reach out with muse on the facebook messenger responded over there as a founder of the party at arlington. They removed me over there. So that's actually one of the days of being founder of the body at the show or lincoln which begin the policies have you dated a little founders that therefore he was photos of old faithful just stepney friend requests and. I'm happy to help you out any questions. You have some plastic stefan once again. This has been the great session. Thank you so much for your time. don't bill cake close of it was to beer penalty Keep a bone of what you're doing. I really enjoyed Looking for to to how. Come along its Likewise likewise okay stuff on thank you so much again take care be safe and thank you for joining us on this episode of the bbb marketers emission. Podcast learn more about what we do here. I'm like please visit our website. Www dot com. And be sure to subscribe to the show on itunes or your favorite podcast player..
Gloria Estefan says she was molested at music school at 9
"A popular singer has revealed something about her past Gloria Estefan says she was sexually abused at the age of nine and that the abuse came at the hands of someone her mother trusted the Cuban American performer spoke about this for the first time publicly on an episode of red table talk the Estefan's telling her Facebook watch audience he was family but not close family he was in a position of power because my mother had put me in his music school Stefan says she confronted her abuser telling him you cannot do this she says he responded by threatening to kill her mother if she told she eventually told her mom who went to the police chief says officers talked the family out of pursuing the matter because the trauma of testifying they said would be too harmful I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Injured in Haiti's Quake Continue to Show up at Hospitals
"Katie first hit by Saturday's earthquake where the death toll is up to around two thousand people is now also cleaning up from tropical storm grace family sleeping on the streets in like high with little to no cover were drenched by the heavy rains and flooding search and rescue resuming now that the tropical storm has passed but officials on the ground saying the likelihood of finding anyone alive in the rubble diminishing meanwhile hospitals are overrun estimates are ten thousand injured from the magnitude seven point two earthquake the U. N. announcing yesterday they were allocating eight million dollars for recovery efforts spokesman Stefan Dujarric this money will provide essentials such as health care clean water emergency shelter and sanitation for people impacted by this disaster Asian officials say the earthquake left about thirty thousand families homeless I'm Julie Walker
"stefan" Discussed on InnovaBuzz
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"stefan" Discussed on InnovaBuzz
"Simplysafebeck this bryce found y year in in this support for example or if people trust and they see me speaking in the small video or have is is is at the end. I think pinehurst brought most of yeah. That's wonderful. I think are apt caring loving the competition and really putting a human face into everything you do and i think probably in says spice. The soccer is specified So job yeah thank you. Thanks to feign really great. Now let's tell people way that i can find out more at expanding with i can find out about. You might get in touch. Thanks for today. yeah yeah. I hope that these. There's a shower a bit of a failure for and people learn more. Never mind who sell things that i can imagine. People want to know more von sich kind of loosening thing arrived Excuses for Paints i certainly we commenced to goes our block. Section olex only In that who would guys different in the strategies. Example to those guys on how to perform own so i think is definitely Became no time the the the dc will lengthen degeneration important fish reader for her mom. I'm sorry yeah. People want learn more about how to using russian point than our side next site if people want to get with me personally as possible for share most easiest. Faith meets competence. Who favor. Smoulders eighty-three frantic grass should over message under most over there. So feel free to excellent and we'll have links in the show notes and that sounds like his lots of fabulous inflammation and lessons that we can take away from your love. Thanks for that. Have some ponding advice for alison. Tonight i should recommend to issue. I will this great. He's who built your own business yourself and don't wait too long. Be perfect holiday that real people real audience as soon as you can. I should commence in that case. Mark as soon as possible State it helps you roll later and old people who engaging in getting a real investments and things won't meet the version. I see too many many times that over following. Ra thing as a perfect for erfurt and the new preventable coma had actually never make it to go to market for example so i should recommend hormone experience to To do too soon again even This all at the end the person behind the super energy vanity to engage them to fight the sole her tribunals advice and also the level of transparency. That you bring to that approach is also very important as you said that brings. Those philly fans really uses on as as ambassadors for the product going forward. I've finally stefan on. Who else should i get on this show. Why i i love myself from uh he and hurry creative sauces of premier from the uk in niece. Gofundme hiding the number one who in hyper.
"stefan" Discussed on InnovaBuzz
"Stefan smallers. Hi i'm your host student stress from another biz. And i'm really excited today to welcome to the inova bus podcast from hein hoven in the netherlands. Stefan smell does who's the founder of expanding the tool that does automated code average lincoln. The tool is used by other ten thousand active users At this time. So welcome to the inova bus podcast trip on. It's a real privileged heavy. here is my guest. Yeah thanks share again for the great introduction and really really excited to be against yet. I'm looking forward to learning more about some of the tactics. Weaken us on link dane and how that can actually be automated through your tool. And i know also that you'll business says grown very rapidly. I've lost couple of years. So hanes lynn. Little bit more about how you went about that in some of the challenges that you had to ever come before we start talking about all those things. What's the impact you're having in the world in the whole bill i'm looking about. Nfl by the outworking almost guidance. I think definitely in this particular links face. We had a huge Crawlers small amount of time for sure. So tell me a little more of what What expanding does and what problem it solves explicitly is in the cloud base. Sofer mansur lincoln and automated as possible as vehicle. Interesting spacey A competitors in the market. As i guess more than four hundred to body estimates can automate some repeat dispels. Sean layton had the ends and everybody false Action oriented so it's actually common thing for people to use information permission. Override allowing thin profile v. Necks tried to be different by sample safety's very decided cloud based solution to manage your profile. Easy seem this way. We actually focusing on people were making more profiles assemble agencies which provide thing try built in features need bill vests sudden hassan. It's actually more than just connecting with people that Behind iago go more often than ever before because of all the things are changing olympian. We saw for bostian said people bring us to our regional serving are they are always focused in a local people into campaign. Approach has many people as possible and search. Kind of approach will always. But it's maybe not the best very strategic level who move for a while especially normally Lengthened has grown so fast. I think at the moment they have on seven fifteen million usual awesome. That means that are approaching each other. And if everybody's zoomed as the same holiday ray praise so one of the largest challenges lengthen as at the moment is reducing the had to parole fines lincoln They use it themselves acopia. The approaching people people bustle receiving system Similar messages and for grouping that perfectly anymore so.
"stefan" Discussed on Bit Storm
"On older episodes are up there. Leave us a review. That'd be great. We love to feedback and we would also like to thank the band. Kurd for the song meant to foreign of the containment failure stefan. Where can people find you online. And you'll podcast. Well probably rocking out to that theme song that is just some goodness. I love that but if you look for me personally online you can find me at most places at her she gets. That's e r s h. Atc don't ask me to explain it. I watch but That's where i'm found most places online if you want to hear some more of may checkout token with dinosaurs as i say the world's number one rated comedy dinosaur podcast hosted by new zealander. Sometimes you got to be specific to be number one and yeah just i like to do a lot of As i say. I'm a professional podcast at this point. So i just sort of jumping. We hold the needed are. Maybe i'll shop you seek and favorite podcast. One day the guys say. Thank you again for joining us this week on bit. Storm invents slinger. I'm stefan ataur. And i have a bead and here is really join ause..
"stefan" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"Crazy. Yeah this is beautiful. I definitely will catch it this weekend. No doubt about it. Yeah what's cool about your background. Is i mean you speak so many languages which is really cool. I mean europeans tend to do that better than we do here in america anyway. Well one way we have to you know for example. You know i'm going to slavia sheet. was broke. You know like a big war. So when when i was you know raising a growing up you had to you know no languages. From ex yugoslavian countries you know so plays like fibers via languages which some really similar you know. They'll extension italian. You know between those different languages so you had to speak because it's one country you know so that that's why i think five languages from from but block. I speak russian ricky. Jim i just need italian. I understand and i can. Maybe just spanish and english. Yes and in the schools you know we have From all like first grade we have like english and some some have russia's and germany's defense which one do choose. I've seen you on the event. I've seen you on twenty four and you've also done shakespeare playing timbale on stage. So what people the. No i wanna know that people know that you have a pretty good background of doing stage film and television. Well thank you for that. I just feel lucky about. Is you know because I finished the cards In serbia in sly slavia which is one well well-known and fish. Jesus kennedy isn't the thought of the world for action. There's there are so many people trying to get him like every year. Yeah like five to seven thousand people trying to get in and day except eight to ten and so it's it feels really good because after my second year. I got mercator Really big roles in national theater. And then i save my southern first of all. I'm a theater actor. And then everything else you know. They're sited i'm an extra and the good thing is i really was lucky to you. Know work all around europe and to work in the states to you know the chance to just the plain such an amazing team show like four and numbers you know i was really blessed to have that opportunity and thank god that you know. A miller decided that. I'm the perfect jasper losses Because that's something that's like is the biggest thing in my well in in my career. Such a big movie. You know getting old this type about it laying one of the greatest next because it's something that that's like Like a fairytale understeer realizing what is going on. You know unbelievable for me personally because remember shipped comic book fan so you know it's kill sell so crazy beautiful. I know i have to let you go but as far as his voice. Was that something you and tim discuss on how he was going to sound. Well like my my my my color of my voice The only thing that we like working a lot. I mean it was to get this kind of russian action which i don't i don't have like that's exact in line when i'm normally speaking about the hacking recently that i like go a little bit more american in my my accent but you know they wanted like be more rushing you know. So that's government within the government. You know they're sort of Of say that that's kind of action which is more russian because you know to us not gonna try to stick with american action. Because he doesn't care about it that's really had to have like russian accent. She's like she's origin so she can't hear coming from Russia and you know she has a beautiful story line so get an amazing kids. One of the greatest directors ever and lastly Is there if there is a call. Do another more more on colossus. Aren't you game for that. Well i'm hoping that. I i'm praying that you know colossians variances because i think him and i we created session. A beautiful character and people are loving him so much. So i hold this of the read this just the beginning of colossus and me in my universe. Well thanks for talking to me man. Which is the best Movies coming out on a holiday weekend so that means days to see the movies you know they just thank you so much so much. It's my pleasure best of luck to you with this and in your career. Hopefully we'll talk again. Yeah i hope so too much. All right you too take care. Look deadpool at a theater near you and see my deadpool behind the curtain special on my youtube channel you can also access it from scifi talk dot com as well and you can subscribe to this podcast. I tunes hi. My name's short wire also known as troutman dune and you're listening to fi channel..