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"sterner" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
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"sterner" Discussed on Gun & Gear Review Podcast
"You got blood on the revolver. Thumbnail. And I don't know, you probably can't see that. I've got some puffiness going on in the rear strap here. So I want to know what happened to the holster. The hoster is fantastic. The pistol never come out of the hoster. It's got some, it's tore up a little bit. I mean, just like cosmetically. But it stayed in. It retained the pistol in there. I mean, you can go back and look at the gravel where skidded on my backside for about ten feet. And it never come out. And so I could probably write the review just on today, day one, but I'm not. We'll give it some more time, a little put it through some gentle work now, draw in and shoot, but so far, so good. But I do have a horse for sale if anybody's looking for one. For sale, I know what I have. She's not cheap. But she's the racehorse. So, there you go. Yeah, so well, even though it wasn't shooting, you did what we always Tony always jokes about, except he always says, we joke about dragging the stuff behind a pickup in the gravel, and instead you drag up between school. Yeah, drug it behind a horse with you attached. Yeah. Okay, well done. His daughter was out there and actually recorded it. All she did was send me the sound now. You got it, Tony? Yep. Okay. Wait. I don't know why he said that when he was coming down the driveway, but then she got this sound. Well, if you've ever heard ten failed to shit in a 5 pound bag, hit the ground, that's what it sounded like when I hear. The first thing I said, I said the rest. Rusty's a champ. He's got a video with his daughter stable in his head. He freaking and applied his own anesthesia. And meanwhile, the guy plays Superman, didn't even make it Christopher Reeve. He was in a wheelchair. Russ, he's like a maid of sterner stuff. In a steel man to the podcast on Tom. That's right. Podcast is the best podcast on the network. We nothing stop it. That's right. Absolutely. Dedicated. That's right. Tony, so what'd you do? Oh man, I had a great time. We had the kids shoot. Which was awesome that I volunteered for Saturday. And we just bought a whole batch of kids and had them shooting 22s. We had different kinds. They gave me the Henry lever action 22. So I ran that my port along with the Ruger ten 22 in the Hightower armory 90 22 chassis. So it looks like a suppressed PS P 90. And the kids love that and the cool thing is I put a what you call it on it. I had just an inexpensive like Costco red dot, which is cool. And I also like a friend of mine is an old rap and I think he sent this or maybe I caught it on one of their crazy sales, but it's an O light with a flashlight and a laser. And the kids really loved it. One of the little girls was right handed but left eye dominant and she couldn't really see. And they're so small because our kids were between the ages of ten and I think maybe the oldest was like 15.
"sterner" Discussed on WGN Radio
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"sterner" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast
"So I mean, he's crossed the line more than it feels like he's crossed the line. Some would say, cross the line more than once recently and was interesting in the build up to Indian Wells. A tournament where a lot of people will look at some see his name in the draw and think, he should not be there given what happened in Acapulco and whether that is a good look for tennis, given that it was a suspended ban. A lot of people saying, you know, it was too soft, the ATP should have been sterner, we had this debate in the last pod. And you felt like it should have been a warning where I was a bit more kind of like, yeah, you shouldn't be playing. And I feel like they've sided with you a little bit more, but yeah, I think it's, I still think it's disappointing. And again, how it looks for tennis with zverev there and seemingly getting off Scot free. We know these fines don't really matter for someone like us, who has got plenty of money in the bank. Yeah, it just seems a bit of a sour taste in the mouth. And obviously put it to one side and get on with his get on with his day job, but with these things that have happening, combined with, I think, the lack of action, I think, from the ATP, it's like, I feel like fans are just like, well, if they're not going to do anything, I'm going to do something and we're seeing that manifest I feel in crowd audiences. And it doesn't surprise me in South America. We know that they are boisterous, passionate, passionate fans out there, and it doesn't overly shock me that that happened, but I don't think we would be in this situation if the ATP, for example, just took us a sterner stance on things. Yeah, I mean, maybe the a to B will be aware of, I guess, all this action from the Davis Cup over the weekend and maybe they'll think, oh, okay, maybe next time we should be a bit sterner. You know, a bit more of the stick rather than the carrot. I mean, he's very did say that today, you know, that was the worst moment of like what's the effect of that was the worst moment of his life. So I think there is at least some sort of acceptance and recognition that it was not. You know, it was obviously not a good thing to do in terms of banging your racket against the chair umpire. I mean, I rewatched it again this morning and the chat umpire flinches. And again, what does that tell ATP who are responsible for, you know, not just tennis players, but officials and they're obviously their safety and well-being. What does that say when there's, again, not really been any action taken of protecting not just tennis players? Yeah, but protecting all the other people involved in putting on the sport. Yeah, if I was a fellow was an umpire, I wouldn't give me a lot of confidence if I'm being quite honest. I certainly wouldn't want to be umpiring any of his various matches. I asked my chair to be do you think that's fair? Do you think an umpire can go to the tournament or whoever it is and say, I don't want to, I don't want empire's various matches. I saw what he did in Acapulco. Do you think that's a fair comment or do you think umpires should just be able to be able to just get on with it? I think they can request, I think players can request not to have certain umpire. So I don't see why it couldn't be vice versa. Certainly as maybe as a female, if I was in that position, you might feel even more threatened. Given everything that's going on. So it would be interesting if it comes to light that some umpires might have requested to avoid his matches. I don't know, but I'm sure, well, am I sure? I don't know, but you'd think that's very coming out saying that was the lowest moment of his career. He needs a peace offering Kim. So he needs to go to the umpire next umpire meeting with some chocolates and some flowers. Well, maybe to the original umpire, yeah, but I don't know. You think that lightning wouldn't strike twice, so soon. But anything's possible, I think, right now. I mean, let's look at some of the other results from the Davis Cup. We had Spain, beating Romania, three one, down in marbella, where we had, I think, Carlos alcaraz was in form and RBA as well. So very good for Spain. Belgium came pulse, Finland, the U.S., Netherlands, and Argentina all had four love victories over Canada. Oh no, Colombia, Canada and Czech Republic, respectively. Who else did we have Sweden beach, Japan, Australia, came through against Hungary, Italy through Kim, that almighty Kazakhstan beat Norway away from home. A rude Norway, which took me by surprise, but yeah, Kazakhstan with public. I think public paid both the singles matches, got two points for the yeah, that was a very, very good win. So yeah, plenty of plenty of Davis Cup action in the qualifying. Remains to be seen, I feel like how this event is going to turn out because it feels like it evolves every year, but at least we're getting to a point where we actually know who's going to be there, come the finals in September. And obviously, Great Britain, we received a wild card, didn't we? So we're already already through, and that was obviously to some consternation. And but we will be back very shortly in the second half to look at all of the news, some coaching, changes, new sponsor for the WTA Tour and previewing the Indian Wells draws. So do not go anywhere. Welcome back to the passing shots with Joel and Kim sponsored by download tennis dot com. And.
"sterner" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
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"sterner" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
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"sterner" Discussed on Consider This from NPR
"Us for the news. Happening here in the dc metro region from the. Wam you newsroom. That's right after the top story from npr. On consider this to put it bluntly this past year and sucked jaanus for sixteen year old. Rafael sterner dory. At least yeah like. I didn't really see anyone for months in terms of socialization like i lost most of my friends So it was it. Was it sucked. Okay yes i am this past week and you say hello. Hi we A little time. Good and hearing from some kids. I dropped the phone each six again and up from nine eleven. I'm sixteen i a seventeen year old. They're entering another pandemic school year and yet and a lot of ways. It's been rough. There wasn't really anything. I liked about zoom but in other ways never had a russian the morning. The kids were all right. I wasn't distracted by talking to my friends. And it's allowed me to grow a lot personally. Honestly there's absolutely nothing that. I miss about traditional high school. Consider this once again. Kids are having to make a lot of adjustments as they start a third school year during the corona virus pandemic on the first day this year. Finally once you like step on the bus here. You're having second thoughts like kids weighing in on taking the good with the bad to experts weighing in on how to help them cope from npr. I'm audie cornish. it's monday september sixth. It's considered this from npr for sixteen year old raphael sterner dory in lubbock texas. The last few years of pandemic school while they've been a blur was just. I was just planning to just enjoy myself for like another year and just bathed in not being an adult rafael switch schools during the pandemic enrolled in a bunch of online classes and is actually on track to graduate early. Now it feels like kind of a shock. And now i have to start looking forward to being in college and and doing those sorts of things and i don't know if i'm ready to honest same goes for raphael's little brother. Alex things were a lot easier for me. I was like. I understand that things alex's ten you liked seeing his friends at school he liked the playground but he says i wasn't really learning anything in sometimes i would. I wanna do good tests. Since school went remote alex's fallen into a rhythm his grades are up he'd been joined a minecraft club through online school which allowed him to meet new friends. I just liked it so. Alex is excited to keep schooling at home ten year. Old jacob drew is excited the opposite on. I'm very excited to go back in in lake person a for an extra year fully on also to see my friends again. Jacob is a fifth grader in raleigh north carolina. And he's not that worried about covert and going back to school. In fact his whole family caught it last year. He's worried about the normal stuff getting around how to find his classes. What i would normally worried about like normal for first day. You're not worried about kovin. That's jacobs mom. Kim flyers really okay. We heard this from a lot of kids. Despite the attention paid by parents and school boards to mask mandates. A lot of kids will tell you. It's not that big of a deal. I don't like that. We're having to wear masks and all that but at least we get to go to school. And that's really all that enough for me. Nine year old nolan karoo in bloomingdale illinois told us he's nervous and excited to go back. That was him. You heard earlier talking about that first step on the school bus. Well we talked to nolan's little brother austin too. Who's six yet. Nope that's basically how it went. It was mostly just one word. Answers nolan the older one said. Yeah he did. Okay staying on task at home sometimes. Other times austin's yelling really loud. Why my brother has a computer back in school this year. He's thinking of joining the orchestra or earth club and the nerves. That's just normal first-day stuff. I'm excited that we're finally being able to get closer talk more back in school for longer periods of time and not just with other kids but with teachers we heard time and time again. That kids missed having a chance when they were not in school fulltime to ask their teachers questions to get one on one. Help see examples up close. I want to be able to engage with other students and teachers face to face directly. Whenever i need it. Seventeen year. Old leah brenner from dot. Alaska is in a hybrid model for her senior year of high school. Able to pick some classes in person and take others remotely. She's also taking some college classes and study groups make up for time. She misses with friends in school. Meet up maybe go get coffee. Where does there physically with each other. Like as moral support emotional support to to get through these causes you know and but for younger kids. It's hard to stay connected lease little sister carmen. For example has limited options. I was supposed to get my sister's for. That's what i thought was going to happen. Carman's eleven and the school also has a remote option this year. Her mom is sticking with it. Carbon was a little uneasy about that part knowing more kids. We're going back in person. I was feeling a little bit nervous. Because i was like. What if no one likes me. What if there's like only five people but they're ways enough people that so far i'm doing good carman's mom katie. Says she can go back in person once she can get vaccinated. The family's already lost multiple family members to cova nineteen but the decision to keep carmen home wasn't easy especially when online learning wasn't fully up and running for the first day of school. I wanna give them grace and said that they did the best they could but when all of her peers were starting. There was no phone call. There was no email and that feeling of watching your daughter feel isolated and alone. That was really hard isolated and alone. That's the situation. Many students could be an if they get sick and need to quarantine a lot of school districts. This year have done away with remote learning altogether even if a kid needs to stay home while many parents of course are back at work full-time so as you would.
"sterner" Discussed on Here & Now
"Head out to gather samples from other streams shoreline areas and rivers sterner says scientists concur. Climate change is driving lake superior's blooms. We just have a higher likelihood of really really big storms now than we did and so if all of this is right the lake was sort of on the edge and then it warmed up enough and we got these big storms and that just kicked it over the edge and now we're seeing these phenomena that's what we think though sterner hopes building a body of scientific data can help pinpoint areas where conservation programs can reduce the risk of algae feeling run on though we. We just can't shy away from affected if climate is an important driver. That's a global problem. And we're not gonna fix it here in duluth or milwaukee or you know only as part of the earth system for hearing now. I'm susan vance longtime today. Show weatherman in co anchor. Al roker recently turned sixty seven but he shows no sign of slowing down. He was in new orleans covering hurricane ida this week and haters on twitter. Who said he was too old to be doing that kind of thing he had this to say on. Msnbc's the sunday show with jonathan kaye. Part screw you up up okay..
"sterner" Discussed on Here & Now
"The water from the surface to the bottom to the west off the shore of cornucopia university of wisconsin milwaukee researcher todd miller's lending his expertise to the lake superior research lab does that toxin analysis. But we also do real time monitoring using data and. That's what we're out here to do. Today miller and two students designed the system. He's deploying off. Meyer speech one of the most popular spots within the apostle islands national lakeshore. That's where i meet national park service aquatic ecologist rental francois. She points to todd miller's buoy bobbing in the bay. It's kind of a little yellow guy right out there. The real Great attribute of this new buoy. That's been deployed in kobe. Is that It is generating data in real time. In fact i just checked my phone right before We chatted and the water temperatures are. They're running around. Eighteen plus degrees centigrade with recording also Chlorophyll and cyanobacteria pigment so those are indicators of how much allergies in the water and how much santa bacterias in the water. So we can look at that in real time and i could for example if those numbers were starting to climb i could go up and you know. Tell the ranger at the ranger. Kiosk there Maybe it's a good day to keep an eye out for any kind of surface gum. Love soi is an upbeat type. But she's dead serious about harmful. Algae cyanobacteria commonly called blue-green algae have a variety of looks including resembling pea soup. Some types not all can produce toxins dangerous to fish wildlife pets and people. Meyer speech is a favourite launch for lake superior kayakers but lefrancois says. No one would've wanted to paddle here three years ago after a huge storm hit people down here throughout the day on the first day of the bloom. Where reporting you know. Green colored water surface comes on the water all the way from here at the meyer. Speech launched point over toward the sea caves area east but it lasted probably seven to ten days and it stretched over probably almost one hundred miles of lake shore. Six years earlier a bloom popped up and quickly. Dissipated lafrance was says she was among the scientists who wrote it off as a fluke but the two thousand eighteen events. She says set off a wave of sampling research. Scientists no nutrients especially phosphorus feed blue-green algae allowing it to grow but law. Francois says they haven't yet figured out what would make the harmful. Algae fountain lake superior switch on its toxin production. It differs a little bit for different species. And unfortunately we don't know what the what makes this one Go boom yet bob. Sterner slab at the university of minnesota duluth pivoted nearly all of its research energy to lake superior's blue-green algae issue in twenty eighteen right now. Latex gloved students are analyzing matt hudson samples from shawarma megan bay next l. head out to gather samples from other streams shoreline areas and rivers sterner says scientists concur. Climate change is driving lake superior's blooms. We just have a higher likelihood of really really big storms now than we did and so if all of this is right the lake was.
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"sterner" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast
"Who has touted this chief. Among our leaders in this country president biden has touted the vaccine president trump touted the vaccine as somebody who put operation warp speed something. He was very proud of something which did get vaccinations to us very very quickly lot. Sooner than anybody anticipated both presidents employed people to get this vaccine. For what they had done and mitch mcconnell you know who is obviously a no fan of president biden has been very effective in blocking democratic legislation for years. Now he's out there making ads saying go get vaccinated. I think it would be great. If foreign president trump uses opportunity to do something for that would be wonderful to tell his supporters. 'cause it's a lot of trump supporters getting vaccinated republican men mostly man. I find that interesting. Not the women but to go out and get vaccinated does that. We'll just remind people that he was the one who raced to the hospital to get himself treated when he got covert that will remind people that he also got himself vaccinated and that of course operation warp speed was his idea. But some people think we'd be better off at the trump vaccine To get more people enthusiastic about getting it that maybe you're not supported president biden. I think we have the scream of frozen screen. But can we go somewhere. Or what's the deal. Oh take a break. That's just take a rake and we are talking about what it will take to get more people vaccinated are incentives enough is it time for stronger in sterner leadership at the state municipal level to boost our vaccination rates. The conversation continues on gbh austin public radio. Welcome back to.
"sterner" Discussed on The CyberWire
"And it is always a pleasure to welcome back to the show our own rick howard host of the s. o. perspectives. Podcast also our chief security officer and chief analyst. Rick welcome back. Thanks dave so you just kicked off season. Six of your perspectives podcast What is the general theme. You're following for the season so far this season we're going back to our cybersecurity first principle wall in and filling in some of the blank spots. You know dave impasse seasons. We did deep guys on two key. Strategies intrusion kill chain prevention and zero trust. But we hadn't yet gone too deep on another key. Central strategy called resilience. Now i remember you did do an episode on resilience back in season one. So let's just do a quick refresher here. What exactly are we talking about with resilience. Yeah you're right so in season one episode nine. We introduced the concept of resiliency and by the way we made the entire season one of us. Oh perspectives available on the ad-supported side for anybody who wants to check it out. But in that episode. I put forth a resilience definition that i liked coined by to stockholm university. Researchers yana sterner and elena ratkovic about that for a pronunciation anyway. Probably have a hard time saying our name. I'm sure they do so. They define resilience. He has i quote the ability to continuously deliver the intended outcome despite adverse cyber events unquote and one adver cyber bent. That seems to be having a moment. This year is ransomware and network. Defenders should look to their resiliency strategy in order to reduce the probability that ransomware groups will successfully extort us in the future. Yeah well you're certainly right about ransomware. Having a moment. I mean obviously we had the big splashy attacks against colonial pipeline and j. b. s. food and i saw the nba recently kidding. Of course no the nba come on phone. If only they had resources right and the latest one against cassia and of course. That's just the tip of the iceberg. There now back to resilience giving us resiliency as as the strategy to defeat things like ransomware. What sort of tactics are you advocating to support that notion so in order to have any chance here. You have to get to count them to non sexy resiliency basics. Right okay in its encryption. And backups and bo sound easy when you say them fast but it turns out it's very difficult to deploy them in any robust manner so in last week's episode i talked about the state of encryption for the cybersecurity industry. And in this week's episode. I talked to two of our subject matter experts at the cyber wire hash table to see how they approach the problem. Wayne more the. Ceo of a company called simply business one of the.
"sterner" Discussed on Digital Ankit Podcast | Motivation, self-help, digital marketing In Hindi
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"sterner" Discussed on The Evidence-to-Impact Collaborative Podcast
"Sort of your description of all of those genesis as well as the good work of pack matt so We came to pack matt. As as many academic researchers often do where we were not overly familiar actually with pack matte model at first We'd heard good things about it from providers in the state and we'd certainly heard it spoken about in a variety of different settings across pa government but You know at the time. We really didn't understand a depth as well as the reach. The model already kind of taken root in pennsylvania. We had the opportunity to come from it from an independence or viewpoint and in particular along with my co leads. Joel siegal assistant professor of health policy here at penn state as penn state university. Park as well as glenn sterner a assistant professor at nca adding ten we were able to can bring a diverse perspective in diverse backgrounds. So i'm joel's background is in health policy minors. In human development in public finance glenn is in criminology to understand the opioid epidemic. In in really all of its different forms or choirs of this interdisciplinary view view in the bringing of different theories and methodologies and really got to express that in with the pack network. We were so excited about the partnership with the department of health. They were so supportive of the work from the get-go so kind of diving into what our technical assistance project entailed was really characterizing and understanding what pacman look like on the ground right and so really as as laura alluded in terms of the story of how pack matt came to be. You know it evolved through this really formative work that the secretary and her colleagues were doing and and it was sort of sketched out on a napkin as all good ideas. Start out as and we had the opportunity of working with the department of health to really elucidated operationalize. What the model and of look like in the real world right and it's amazing to see how close these sort of idealized original ideas of what the model could be in then how it actually was being implemented there. There was such a tight connection and it really speaks to the investment of time and energy from leadership as well as the by was able to be achieved through Industry and and other folks stakeholders around the state. So the technical assistance project is best characterized as a mixed methods project That's a term. We often use in research settings about both qualitative the narrative. Kind of information. Holistic information that you can learn about phenomena error in this case the pack model as well as a quantitative where we actually did data analysis both working with data that the department of health really open their books to us to until to kind of look inside in sort of kick the tires of the pack matte model as well as bringing on Objective data from other sources both from other public sources as well as from actually industry and so. This was a a really exciting work. Because it allows us to think both holistically about the underlying narrative in approach where qualitatively as well as quantify what we received on the ground so all of this happening in a highly interdisciplinary context with the singular goal of. How do we address..
The Prague School of Rehabilitation and Principles of Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS)
"I think for the purpose of this discussion. Let's assume a person has never heard of. Dns has never heard of the prague school or any of these things can you in a somewhat succinct. But not terribly brief manner. Explain to people how all of this school of rehabilitation coalesced around this idea of what we call. Dns going back to the founding fathers of the prague school and what these various insights were that each of them had and how that sort of came together dns dynamic neuro muscular stabilization. Kind of built on some pioneers of functional rehabilitation. There's many that have been part of the prague school rehabilitation. But i think talking about the influence on the development of dynamic muscular stabilization by professor powell whole lodge who runs the rehabilitation department at prague school. At this time. I think we need to go back. Post world war two cold war era. Nine thousand nine hundred fifties his wear prague school rehabilitation was was really founded and it was founded as part of the medical faculty of charles university in prague czech republic or formerly czechoslovakia now czech republic and being post world war two cold war era so they were in eastern europe behind the wall. That may have been a factor for. They're not reliance but tendency towards the use of of observation in both diagnostic diagnosis but observation and palpitation for diagnosis and treatment. All three of these pioneers neurologist. And who are the three. Lot of miranda kerr levitt and ballclub woida professor janda. He had a keen sense of observation and he formulated concepts and principles that tied into pasta habituation specifically the tendency for specific musculature tend towards tightness and other musculature to tend towards weakness. And he he termed this upper cross and lower cross syndrome. So for example with an upper-crust syndrome meaning the neck and shoulder region with demands of life and tendency towards paschel habituation such as with sustained seated postures There is a tendency towards the muscles in the back of the neck the exceptional muscles the external cloud asteroid muscle which is the muscle that also attached to the skull in down to their sterner curricular joint the pec muscles the upper traps that musculature with ten towards a tight meaner over activation other musculature in the upper extremity the radius which attaches to the ribs in the back of the scapula the deep neck flex irs the middle and lower traps would have a tendency to tend towards the weakness and with that tendency towards over utilization or hyper tenacity and underutilization in addition weakness. That would also he also recognized that that would affect the quality of movement throughout the kinetic chain and subsequently would lead to overload in specific areas throughout that kinetic chain so that was a big contribution on his
"sterner" Discussed on Pod 4 Good
"The other thing in terms readings i would say and this is a longer part of a somewhat different conversation which is kind of amazes me that and something. I want to dig into more. Which is why is it that for avon. Local christianity in particular a sin is so connected with sex and sexuality sexual issues whereas for progressive christianity. For those of us. Who still talk about sandwich i do. I wouldn't want to absolutely say well. It's not about sexuality at about individual choice but that the way we treat others the way our economic system is set up the way we we try to be antiracist or buy into and benefit from racists site. These are all parts of our lives that also have something to do with sin but but that differentiation. there's sex and sexuality. Morality is all about that versus now. Rally can be wore economics and and legislation. Well in one of the big ways that that comes out is kind of ensure you'd see strongly correlated with people who would fall into this category has to do with with homophobia using picking and choosing pieces the old testament say see homosexuality is wrong but at the same time i have a feeling. They're probably not keeping kosher or cutting a goat and half when they get married you know certain other aspects of the old testament picking and choosing that to justify would probably not truly held beliefs from the christianity but maybe using it to justify other beliefs that they have. We're having this conversation in red oklahoma where i know there are many people in the state who believed to be a good christian is to also vote republican so my question is am i am a question is what do we do we are. We are living in a country now where there are at least two distinct universes that we are living in one who looks at the capitol insurrection and sees leaders of our country calling people to do that and the other group who is not seeing that and we are going to different churches. We are watching different news. We are getting different news. We are on our facebook. Feeds are quite different. So what what can we do. Yes what can we do well. Let's let me open some answers that i'd actually love to hear where you to our ad in that since that is definitely a conversation. There's no settled plan that i know of on that one we can. I think those of us who are religious we and on the more progressive side of things. I think we need to find more as as many ways as we can to make our voices louder which doesn't mean sterner which doesn't mean shouting. It means clearer means a stronger part of the conversation for the last forty years. The christian right has dominated what religion means in public life in this country..
"sterner" Discussed on The Face Radio
"And welcome back to blow up or radio from photos. Ed and the wonderful face radio. It's good on back my mic works. So i feel these. These camps somehow unmarked my mic. Just to make me shut up when i found another mike up yours. Now if we're gonna count it'd be later on when we're already debate over the time box. Oh there's no debate. Debate whatsoever peacock sue. I didn't actually pick that. Who picked that. Yeah that was may frankie knuckles. Explain yourself young lady well. Keeping with the theme of fashion actually so ena and the whole modernist world though. Sorry for something about why somebody would want. What was that about. That's coming up because you are wearing while we'll talk about that later on but yeah we are got a truck lineup from the stand. Elle's later if we get around to it so but paycock seats seats and all of those things. It's a good was You're saying it's a people like mugs lake well because well But not all tracks don't think ahmad track that is to me proper madre because it's about sterner in your finery and i'm a narcissistic puddle. I love that lyrics. Glad you came out and said it. Frankie frankie before that benny king. I can't break the news to myself. That's my tribute to mr blue is. Because that's that's a double fister on anybody's list. Loves the double for Ben king just another one of those ones always there. Benjamin nelson was born in north. Carolina moved to harlem when he was a kid. Know that really influences music rose but this that there was his twenty eighth solo single wire outside of kreiner but now which is a cracking also cracking trap. But that that was that was that what year was at sixty five on atco and so two to already be as twenty eighth solo single before that he had a recording korea's with the five kings and with drifts so any went onto record like not forty odd singles. He was prolific amazing prolific so Standby may was probably to me was his wages thing but we had the widest broadest audience yet on on a movie but mighty ten bucks. So yeah yeah. Good stuff and jimmy nolan the way you that was on federal nineteen fifty-six frankie anatoly to do you wanna thought that but so jimmy known as she play with mac and kings Jb's back in members left gb massing nine seventy and they produce their own band and jimmy nolan. join them. thank you so many set up was it something he set We kept going on about feel good and they to be freaked out. When went photo. Picking him up here. Eighty comeback petting comebacker. Yeah yeah cool. Right cracking on. I'm going to play this jet set. Wednesday go. This was actually not a request. It's a dedication to mr williamson. One of my fellow deejay buddies who plays this a lot so this for you might feel listening in a minute here it comes.
"sterner" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Of the holiday surge now in terms of infections, but we're not yet seeing it in hospitalizations and deaths. At this port in Jakarta, Indonesia. Search teams shipped through wreckage pulled from the sea after yesterday's crash of a Boeing passenger jet shortly after takeoff, officials say they've located the black box is recovered. Some human remains no word on the cause of the crash. You're listening to ABC News. Now here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Apparently youtuber Jeffery Starr is not the reason for Kim Kardashian and Kanye West separation. The beauty Influencer said rumors he was having an affair with West where the dumbest thing he's ever heard in his life star who currently lives in Casper, Wyoming, was rumored to be having a relationship with West who also lives in a ranch in that state. Govan 19 vaccinations are now being given to Sacramento area firefighters and paramedics. The expansion of the Phase one a category is part of the program to vaccinate three million out risk workers and residents in the state. The police union is demanding Sacramento County Supervisor Phil Stern. A resigned from his position. The Sacramento County Deputy Sheriffs Association issued a statement about a Facebook post Vice Erna on January 3rd Sterner wrote that anyone he knows who supports President Trump instead to him. The union says if he doesn't resign, they want the board of Supervisors to remove him. I'm Jodi Guerrero. Sacramento traffic traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk Traffic is moving nicely around the Sacramento Valley. Just some dense fog. There's an advisory in Sacramento Highway five at Highway 50. And in Stockton east bound for the crosstown Freeway between five and highway 99 that is closed until tomorrow at 5 A.m. night. You can use either highway 12 or 1 20 as an alternate route to get from here to there. I'm Lori. Satyrs News 93.1 kfbk Now Sacramento weather in the wake of some far this morning of Hartley Sunny day ahead today I said 55 59.
"sterner" Discussed on The Voice of Healthcare
"Tell us what is augmented. Do for those listening <hes>. We've made these big claims. You said you had a moment. You went enterprise side. What do you do here as they say. An office space. Well we really address. Perhaps the biggest pain points in the lives of doctors all over the country in that is the tragic fact that doctor spend hours every day on the computer on the typing clicking charting not paying attention to the patients in front or doing productive tasks horrible for the doctor horrible for the patient in patient. Experience it really for the health system. In general dad is the problem we exist to solve so weadock. Medics give doctors. Phones that they put on stands orlando urge or google glass or even these days we hop on their telemedicine calls zoom calls in an either of those three modalities. Doctors used us. Use our service. We take natural conversation between doctor and patient and from that livestream we do the documentation. Emr noting ourselves so the doctors able to focus on the patient experience and have having natural organic conversation in the background are services. Structuring filling out epic sterner. Whatever the mars better faster than what a doctor would do on their own. The saves the doctor hours a day makes him really happy and retain increase documentation faster and better better in every respect really <hes>. You're probably wondering how does that magical outcome happen. <hes> it's really <unk>. Like i like. I like to think the union of <hes>. Humans and software technology. What's going on is we're live streaming from the device from the phone or from the glass the audio and video tweet tech enabled. Remote scribe literally human thing of them as a guardian angel or a wing man from afar. And they're assisting with the conversation <unk>. They're listening in seeing as that conversation unfolds on their distilling on summarizing that too structured. Note in the mr better and faster than what the doctor would do. And that scribe is sitting in a specialized scribe cockpit which is full of automation technologies. We've built so a natural language processing note. Builder that is constantly auto expanding auto completing the note very very quickly as the conversation progresses and has been described to invoke speech recognition <unk>. Models that kick in for parts of the conversation and various other on templates and tools that have the net effect of really deep. Burdening scribe on in allowing them to be a really high quality and really quick <hes>. You do in fact need a human in the loop to to make a service like this work <hes>. You know. I i if you try to do this with so-called puree i in pure software. It just won't work <hes>. Think of it. This way can even order. Dominos pizza on my alexa or book. A delta airlines flight on my google home let alone imagined a doctor-patient conversation with head nods and concerned turning into a note. So people get little asimov in what's possible. I think that you saying that really matters. Because you know when read. And i were visiting with eric. Topol in at scripts havens says he says. Look you're not taking humans out of. We're never going to do that. And it's actually a problem to even think we would finish your thought there and then i want to transition to your contemporary this joining us here and ask you about why he's here. Go ahead well. I mean yeah i mean. I couldn't agree more. I like to say that you know. We're kind of like uber. You have to build uber before. He built uber driverless. Cars can sort of come out of the womb <unk>. Driverless cars and so our strategy an effort to improve ratios <unk>. Using technology over time using workflow mastery in huge data in size on which we have
Augmedix is Helping Doctors Focus on Patients with Ian Shakil, Founder
"Tell us what is augmented. Do for those listening We've made these big claims. You said you had a moment. You went enterprise side. What do you do here as they say. An office space. Well we really address. Perhaps the biggest pain points in the lives of doctors all over the country in that is the tragic fact that doctor spend hours every day on the computer on the typing clicking charting not paying attention to the patients in front or doing productive tasks horrible for the doctor horrible for the patient in patient. Experience it really for the health system. In general dad is the problem we exist to solve so weadock. Medics give doctors. Phones that they put on stands orlando urge or google glass or even these days we hop on their telemedicine calls zoom calls in an either of those three modalities. Doctors used us. Use our service. We take natural conversation between doctor and patient and from that livestream we do the documentation. Emr noting ourselves so the doctors able to focus on the patient experience and have having natural organic conversation in the background are services. Structuring filling out epic sterner. Whatever the mars better faster than what a doctor would do on their own. The saves the doctor hours a day makes him really happy and retain increase documentation faster and better better in every respect really You're probably wondering how does that magical outcome happen. it's really Like i like. I like to think the union of Humans and software technology. What's going on is we're live streaming from the device from the phone or from the glass the audio and video tweet tech enabled. Remote scribe literally human thing of them as a guardian angel or a wing man from afar. And they're assisting with the conversation They're listening in seeing as that conversation unfolds on their distilling on summarizing that too structured. Note in the mr better and faster than what the doctor would do. And that scribe is sitting in a specialized scribe cockpit which is full of automation technologies. We've built so a natural language processing note. Builder that is constantly auto expanding auto completing the note very very quickly as the conversation progresses and has been described to invoke speech recognition Models that kick in for parts of the conversation and various other on templates and tools that have the net effect of really deep. Burdening scribe on in allowing them to be a really high quality and really quick You do in fact need a human in the loop to to make a service like this work You know. I i if you try to do this with so-called puree i in pure software. It just won't work Think of it. This way can even order. Dominos pizza on my alexa or book. A delta airlines flight on my google home let alone imagined a doctor-patient conversation with head nods and concerned turning into a note. So people get little asimov in what's possible. I think that you saying that really matters. Because you know when read. And i were visiting with eric. Topol in at scripts havens says he says. Look you're not taking humans out of. We're never going to do that. And it's actually a problem to even think we would finish your thought there and then i want to transition to your contemporary this joining us here and ask you about why he's here. Go ahead well. I mean yeah i mean. I couldn't agree more. I like to say that you know. We're kind of like uber. You have to build uber before. He built uber driverless. Cars can sort of come out of the womb Driverless cars and so our strategy an effort to improve ratios Using technology over time using workflow mastery in huge data in size on which we have
Lamar Reveiws - Dead To Me
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Metro mom rushes 7-year-old son to ER after he swallows AirPod
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New Year brings new Emperor in Japan
"We're not far from the new year than in Japan. It's one of the country's most important holidays. But this year it's taking on extra significance next year. The emperor will abdicate the throne heralding, a new age in Japan and Asia correspondent Jake's term it takes a look at what this big change means for the country and the world's since mid December. Japanese people have been meticulously cleaning their houses workplaces schools and neighborhoods as part of a tradition preparing for the arrival of God that brings good luck for the new year. Train stations packed with people hitting home to visit their families. This is the final new year of the hey, say era, each emperor's reign is given a nine the current Emperor Akihito's era is hey say he's been on the throne for thirty years. So this year is known as thirty but for the first time in Japan's modern history. Next year. The imprint will abdicate celebrating his eighty fifth birthday awake ago. The demands of public life became too much. So in April next year, he'll hand over his position to his son. Crown prince, NADA hito, Dr Hideo Kawanishi from Nagoya university is a Japanese historian. He says the emperor is resigning because he could no longer carry out all of his responsibilities that rather than reducing the amount of work. It was decided his duties should be passed on to someone else. So what will the high say era be remembered for tragically? It's been marked by disaster. The Kobe earthquake in one thousand nine hundred five and of course, the twenty eleven full Cosima earthquake and soon NAMI where more than fifteen thousand people died even this year Japan has been hit hard by a series of floods heat waves and earthquakes so much. So the official Kanji character of the year was by meaning disaster. Impr- Akihito made it a priority to visit disaster areas as much as possible, but he's age was beginning to make that difficult. Nagoya university's Dr Kawanishi says a new era will give Japan a chance to put those tragedies behind us becoming a new age and eliminating the problems that had before that's clear with this year's executions of the doomsday cult option requres founder and twelve other members involved in the nineteen ninety-five Seren guests tack on the Tokyo subway and last week the government executed another to death row inmates over my dad used to do. Dr Kawanishi says this was done to ensure this sense of burden wasn't passed onto the next generation. He says they have been some positives in the hey, say era, many individuals became successful and had the opportunity to stand out as opposed to being buried in a community. This became an era where individuals could become successful by trying hard rather than being suppressed, and as for what the new era may bring to Kawanishi believes, the new emperor will take a much more active role in international society. He says the new era parent crown prince, NADA hito was from generation that did not experience the war and appreciates the importance of keeping the pace his wife who become the empress is also a former diplomat and had a career for Japan with the rugby World Cup next year end the Olympic and Paralympic Games in twenty twenty the country will internationalize further welcoming many more. Or foreign tourists and internationally active emperor could be very beneficial for the country. This is Jake sterner in Tokyo for correspondents reported.