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"suster" Discussed on Espa?ol con Juan
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"suster" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC
"The mean. I think it's going to be much harder for a period of time because when there's so much uncertainty people just don't finance as much but even when you get more certainty and more confidence back. I suspect it's going to be harder to raise funds for the next five years than it was for. The last five we're in the chain is harder to fund. Look the later stage. You are the more capital you've raised the higher your valuation relative to your financial performance. The more difficult it will be because you may have to assess your own expectations evaluation. You know it used to be okay. My revenues were up two hundred and fifty percent this year therefore my valuation should go up by two and a half X. or should go up by four acts or whatever it might be that you grew two hundred and fifty percent year over year therefore you were able to get a flat round because investors. Aren't there one reason they might not be. There is their expectation of what the public markets. Or what the name. Markets are eventually going to pay for these deals might be adjusted and so they're willing to pay lower price. How do you advise found? Someone comes to their relationship to future around pricing. Is it taking the money on the table? Listen it's very specific to your individual company and no advice is going to be universal but what I would say is be humble understand that a strong balance sheet gets you through difficult times that ultimately optimizing era one over. Zero's the single most important thing if you have incredibly strong metrics and it's still trending well even in this market and you have a product that may be speaks to the uniqueness of this environment. Let's say you have food. Production Distribution Group. Collaboration health tax-related stop like there's a number of categories. That are doing well right now. You might have more confidence to say you know what I'm going to wait. I'm going to wait until I get the price that I want. If you're in a category that's more difficult right now. So selling ecommerce anything that's ad-supported or maybe even a SAS related company where valuations were paying thirteen to fifteen times sales might end up paying. Four-time sells five times six times. I don't know and ultimately you are going to have.
"suster" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The southern Baptist convention's national meeting this week voted to make it easier to expel churches, that mishandle sex abuse cases. Some are calling it a defining moment hard to tell how many people have been abused. Southern Baptist churches, Houston port talking about hundreds of abuse, one of the most under reporting crimes. And so, I think there's many more that we have yet to hear about, and that we're only going to hear more. This stories people are being hurt right now. Something Suster, then a several year out planned we've had some as evergreen questions what you do with that problem. It's not just the past facet if I record on racers of the indicator, there's a wonderful change in one. Recall. What is happening your? We, we weep over and no cases justifiable. Yeah. The meeting comes as US Catholic bishops convenient Baltimore address whitening sex abuse crisis in the Catholic church, federal prosecutors asked plan to ask a judge today for more than a year in prison for a former Stanford sailing coach who admitted to accepting bribes in the college admissions cheating scandal. John van damore will be the first person sentenced in the case. That's in snared athletic coaches at elite universities across the country as well as prominent parents, including business executives in Hollywood stars among those charged actresses, Felicity Huffman and Laurie Laughlin as well as Laughlin fashion designer husband moss. Mo Jia newly prosecutors want the thirteen month saying the sentence is needed to help send a message and restore confidence in a college admission system that many believe is rigged to favor, the rich federal investigators looking into this week's chopper crash in Manhattan, say a passenger in the helicopter prior to that crash that nothing seemed out of the ordinary. Meanwhile we now have. Reports the pilot killed when his helicopter hit the roof of that skyscraper in rain and fog radioed ahead that he was lost, and trying to get back to the heliport, but couldn't find it. Doug. Brady with the National Transportation Safety board is leading the investigation. First and foremost, I'd like to offer our condolences to defame and friends of the pilot who was killed in this tragic accident yesterday. We formed a team to investigate this accident involving an Augusta one zero nine e twin engine helicopter which crashed on the roof of seven eight seven seven th avenue yesterday afternoon. There's not a hell court located on top of the building. Some of the information we know so far is at the helicopter departed with the pilot and one passenger from Westchester county yesterday about eleven thirty AM. It landed in Manhattan, about eleven forty five AM the passenger disembarked the pilot waited at the thirty four street, helipad until about one thirty when he departed for his destiny. In Linden, New Jersey, and we've already begun are witness interviews. Several witnesses have been already interviewed, including the passenger on the previous.
"suster" Discussed on KOMO
"Six years since a woman was murdered in lake Stevens and the accused killers still waiting to stand trial an update on the case from komo's Gregg Hersholt. Anthony Garvers trial was finally scheduled to begin this month, but then has been delayed until March he is charged with killing Philip Evans. Lopez who was stabbed to death after apparently meeting him a few days before had the Everett herald says questions about Garvers mental health sent him to western state hospital where he is. Escaped in two thousand sixteen before that he had a history of threatening to kill judges. And prosecutors and he served time for threatening to blow up a government building in Spokane more recently. He was found competent to stand trial. Gregg Hersholt, KOMO news. Authorities continue to investigate the death of a fifty seven year Fifty-seven-year-old squirm woman after an autopsy revealed she died of traumatic injuries due to a homicidal violence. The peninsula daily news has the body of Macau tribal member. Valerie, clap Leno was found January second inner sunbelt departments unit. The complex is operated as a facility for the chronically homeless shooting this morning outside middle school in Eugene, Oregon. Authorities say gunfire erupted during a custody dispute with the suspect allegedly pulling his gun as officers were escorting him from the school. There was a lockdown. That suspect was killed. Ashley Suster is the mother of a student at school. I'm still nervous. Even though my daughter's. Okay. It's just really scary. This city of ten Ascot in Okinawa. County no longer has a police department. There's a call for the mayor to step down. Komo's Carleen Johnson reports mayor Dennis Brown disbanded the three officer department without consulting the council seeks city council meeting tensions over that blew up and one of those former officers Jose Perez who was just sworn in October stood up and accused the mayor of telling him he would be called Joseph not Jose..
"suster" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"He cheek cheek the father the son and the holy spent. She'll be fine everybody. It'd be fine. Shut the fuck up all of you. So that's the conversation merely by Brown was talking about. She said adding that he is a great friend. And a great role model. It's just text each other the other day, and he was like, I miss you so much, and I was like, I miss you more. He's great the fourteen year old Brown continued. You just gonna catch this shit. I mean, you can't do a thing without people reading into the worst possible conclusion, that's the that's the Twitter sphere. It goes back to what I was saying. And I refuse to be part of it. Fuck off our Kelly though, you do agree with a piece of shit. And I said I said are Kelly was a piece of shit when I found out that he I couldn't believe that that video I never saw it. But I couldn't believe that. There was a video of him pissing on a fourteen year old. That's what I what looked at that. Yeah. Make sure that's related on women. Yeah. I didn't know they were children. That's true. Because when I heard that I wrote it off I was just like, you know, see ya. Yeah. Of course. But I mean, look me he's he's he's gross. And when I heard that a long time ago, I was like oh. Yeah. So when that shit started to break, Dave Chapelle had that you know, he did sketches about it and our Kelly pissing on. We watch the video which isn't that? Awesome body. Look in the grape victim, call him daddy, urinate, center mouth and Suster at great length on how to position ourselves to receive his gift. So she's seventeen it says. That's okay, Brian gallon. I know rules bride tellers, no goes to Thailand, probably with Jeff bass. Oh, rob believe the girl to be fourteen at the time. The tape was recorded. I don't know. So we don't know. But it's this. I don't want you around me. You know? But the both girl and her parents have denied that he she and Kelly had sex. It sounds like it's it sounds like this might be a wishy-washy story. There was a video though. I do remember there being video, and it was disturbing. There's video of now that we're talking about people pissing on women. There's a video of Chuck Berry ever seen that video video there. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yes. He say pisses on a girl. Banging what? And he goes deep sound some shit like that. I thought he pissed him. He's got a piece on them whoever that guy with video. All right next to Buchan video. The quote, the quote that he had was I'd kiss you baby. But you're faces all Pissy does never a Bill. No. To some Brian says every other day. Julia, I'm working on selling a show for us. Thank me, Scott that this is a weird one. So beyond save one of her fans. She tried to buy something. She happens to be blind. She tried to buy whatever. Hoodies online and wasn't able to because I guess it's not equipped or websites not equipped to help people that are blind to use a computer. So she's suing her for the American with disabilities. I mean, this is a website that helps I don't know. How to what else are we gonna do? I how how inclusive can we all be? I'm how is that? How is that? I have a braille website. It's it's like altered it somehow speaks to you as you as you're navigating it, I don't know how it works. Exactly. But yeah. That would that wouldn't that be an ad on or a widget or something that you have because you can't see? So you would that makes sense lawyers coming up with great ways to make money, but that has nothing to do with beyond say I know. somewhat site. Fuck man. This is lawyers coming up with ways to make brawl gonna move out to lens you. Yeah. I mean, this is this is bullshit. This is this plaintiff had a lawyer friend. Who said let's go make some money. That's the hoodie too. That's what it's the holidays. You wanted to buy holiday on C pretty cool hoodie, very green. Yeah. I think there's other colors to all right? Yeah. There's that..
"suster" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"And then put them back out one of the time REO teach people lesson, but you had fun doing the show, right? Yeah. I'm, but you know, you need to make the listeners they're not appreciating all the work you put out. Yeah. I I don't want to. I'm glad you said that not me really hard on that show. I do all the editing. I do all the recording all the research all one hundred percent just me doing the work. I mean, my guest, obviously is a big part of the show. But like, I don't have a staff. I don't have interns like Lord Suster Nino here. So yeah, I I would really appreciate you guys wanna hear a really interesting movie podcast with some really intelligent discussion and lots and lots of jokes to Spurs between the intelligence stuff, I will say rob as a compliment to you. I don't know people know this. My brother is a big shot. Federal judge would just appointed by the White House is a judge for the state of era Zona, and he's been listening to staff picks podcast. He's catching up on. Now. You so busy the last couple of years. He didn't have a chance, but he'd listen to every one of them, and he's like that rob system guys. Really funny. I like that guy. Oh, thank. Thank you. Thank you, brother. Yeah. He was very complimentary of that they thought that was such a well done show. And we just played off each other. Really, I was really pumped up to very a very worked up to talk about Loverboy, and I'll post a link in the show notes for this fan, buddy. Wants to listen to that the podcast, but more you had the right idea with this funny. One fifteen you make people beg beg you to put out a new one every entry is like Mario, please. When we get another one. When will we and there's like hype? But all these staff picks, you just you drop them. All you know, that people didn't know what to do with them. I have attention span issues. Let's just put it that way. Yeah. I was very excited. Like, I've been doing the funny one fifteen for a decade like it's not fun to do anymore because it's so much work. And like I love how it comes out. I think I'm very proud of them. But it's like not fun to do. And all of a sudden had a chance to do this podcast on movies, which is like my big specialty, and like many of these as I can't until I get bored of it. So that was my thing. So yeah, it's it wasn't. You weren't meant to listen to them as they came out on a daily base. If you want to catch up on the mail a huge library. I'm proud of all of them. I think out of the fifty five episodes fifty three of them are really good. There's two that. I'm not gonna mention I don't think that great a very good chance. If you pick when I'm not going to say, you didn't do it with Jordan Kayla. Right. No, not yet. Jordan is on the list for later. Maybe kind Kind of. of. But I have I would've would've been that would have been a time at least two top ten episode. So okay. All right. And of course, follow Mario on Twitter at Mario j Lanza. Yes. Yes. Correct. Okay..
"suster" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Also, I know that she and maybe not your favorites. History. But okay, Mario you get to choose the next category. There are two left. Do you think it would be good for me to point out that I got the Shambo one? Despite the fact that I never actually watched some to counter Rob's claim there. What you didn't you do survivor historians about it? I just recently did historians. Yeah. That's why I got that one. But at the time, I only vaguely have paid attention to Samoa when it was airing. Although I even knew that he did not say Lord in similar one point over Jordan. All right. So what's the score Jordan? I just want you to say it out loud for everybody Europe Europe, two zero. All right. Just want to make sure you when did that is a good idea again to reset the score because it changes. All right. Let's see. It's what do I have? She double one and Jesus Christ, Gary. All right. I I'm very curious about that. Jesus Christ Gary concern, Guatemala question. That's one of my weakest seasons. So I will follow Rob's lead and go, she devil one. I would like to know more about the lovely machine Wong. Okay. She devil one. Who does? She and call the most manipulative member of suk-jai. Oh boy. I would like to pull a Jessica lease here. And I like the pull the audience. Just kidding sorry. Jessica. Seventy five seventy five percents say the it's okay. Okay. So yes, exactly. Well, let's see I'm up to nothing. I don't want rob to take these points. Again. If I ask you for the multiple choice, you're just going to name the poor. I'm already thinking of. So why don't you give me the multiple choice? Who is she saying the most manipulative one? Okay. Is it a Erin Collins? Be penny Ramsey. See Jake Billingsley, Ken Stafford. I'm glad you name them because they're one that I forgot about I'm almost positive the lock this is my answer that it's be penny. Ramsey penny. Ramsey is correct. And it's I guess it's good that you heard the multiple choice there because yes, she's maybe not the most memorable member of these. She was called the most manipulative by she. And and actually I think there's a good chance that if she doesn't show her colors here that she's going to go away from the is a penny could have been the one to be voted out because I think Kenan Jake weren't so happy or either. So you have a little three points rob still has zero. But he. For some reason. She an like rationally hated penny for some reason I would. It was so much. I was gonna say when I used to ride. My all-star stories penny was one that I always wanted to us because there was just something devious about her that I of had I kinda sent she had it in her to be a great villain, and she just never had a chance to show it off. So I would not say probably she ends assessment. Was that irrational Hamari? I feel like that. There was a thread on sucks about penny. And I wish I could remember what it was called. That was like there was like a penny will hate thread that has a very specific name for a very long time. And I can't remember what it was. I don't remember either. I'll ask for the multiple choice. Please. Maybe I can get it. Right. I do remember that. It was like if I heard it if somebody remembers listening to this. It would make me laugh I heard it again. I should know that I apologize. I've let you down rob Suster it. Okay. Did a lot of refreshing to see what people are going to say about the new survivor's? I can't believe I got two questions. Right. Because I'm I knew that one. I knew that one. Also, Mario just put that your pipe and smoke it. Okay. I tend not to remember little details. That's like a Paul awesome thing to do. I'm the big picture. Listen, if it was eating I was, you know, I was drinking an echo cooler, and I just opened my mom a jiffy pop see it's so much more fair when you're up against someone like me who actually goes outside doesn't just spend all day watching TV. I can get your sports references, rob. Yes. Okay. All right. Give me Jesus. Jesus christ. Gary is this Christ, Gary we're going to go to survivor Guatemala, the hidden immunity idol is the title of the episode from November thirty thousand five thirteen years ago. This coming Saturday. Survivor Guatemala just to win this week..
"suster" Discussed on The Art of Manliness
"So at the end of the day, you have like fifty people who actually knew about the tunnel out of a group of about six hundred offices and even German guards knew about it. Even some of the German guards were at least knew something was in the works. They had bribed some of the officers impact one to provide them with acid to to to melt the iron rod foundation. So as we mentioned earlier, escaping was the easy part, but I think was different from previous scape attempts at these guys really thought hard about evading this time. So what were their plans to vade their captors being recaptured again after this scape? Yeah. I mean, I think this is what made this what I, you know, the greatest escape at the great wars is not only sort of cleverness of the tunnel, but the the amount of forethought in planning on an effort that way in end to how they're going to make this one hundred and fifty mile run to order. One of them was. Planned on dressing up as businessman, taking a train, the whole distance. Others had mapped out a particular route that they could travel by night and hunker down by day. And I think probably my favorite favorite story in sort of the heroes of these stories that David Gray and those partners c. so blanding Gaspard Kennard decide the most genius plan, which was, you know, to every time I think about it, I kind of chuckled. I sell, but gray and Blaine would be disguised as orderlies from an insane asylum. And Kennard would be acting like an escaped lunatic. And if they were stopped by, you know, a local policeman or German officers countered would go into sort of apoplectic fit and gray who spoke German fluently along with five other languages, tell the officers what the deal was. And typically they found that people the ushered them out of town as quickly as pasta. I mean, what was really fascinating, not only the head like a workshop and had like this system for the tunnel, but they created workshops for tailoring close disguising. They had workshops to make forged documents photos, etc. And they did this again, not knowing exactly what they're doing and they did this without getting caught. Yeah, I mean, they had again, this escape university. So you have experts in in all these different fields. And one of the most important one was a man named dick cash has Suster alien enlisted soldier. He was in his mid forties. He had all his teeth have been knocked out when it. Blown sky high on the front, but he was a photographer and he smuggled in supplies to provide not only a photos of officers for forged documents, but most importantly, duplicates of maps that they needed to to make the run to the border. And so all these, these players were essential and this couldn't have happened if Germans hadn't placed all these sort of experts in the one place for it backfired on the dead. Let me. So how long did the the whole plan take from? Okay, we're gonna dig this tunnel to were escape until they escaped out. What was the timeframe there? About six months, six months. That's a long time thought that's a long time to keep a secret. It's a long time. They thought they'd be out by Christmas. They started basically, you know, November thought they'd be out by Christmas, but the fact was put the extra guard there and then they ran into trouble along the way. They the tunnel reached a sort of wall of stones that they couldn't get through for a long time. And then there were times when their entrance that they use to to reach the tunnel was shut down that couldn't use it anymore. So they needed to find another way to actually reach the tunnel that from. So there was lots of back and forth, lots of near moments where it was the tunnel was discovered, but they eventually in July nineteen, eighteen made the break and how many officers escaped that night. So you had the you, you had twenty nine men actually made it out of the tunnel over that night before it collapsed on some of the officers while they were trying to make their ways through the those officers were eventually pulled by their heels out of the tunnel, but Niemeier discovered it that morning of the twenty nine ten made it to Holland in freedom, and they were created as heroes in in in England..
"suster" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"October eleventh good morning. This is the opening bell report. The twain Cabot in Palmer name miss nine thirty one WCBS with the market lower. At the start downs down one hundred twenty something points right now. I'm waiting for my screen refresh for only about what thirty we're we're a minute into the trading day and now the data's down one hundred points, the s&p is down seven and the NASDAQ is down sixteen. We can't tell you the Asian markets plunged today Shanghai. In fact, fell by more than five percent and European markets are lower right now as we watch the numbers. Yup. Then we fast nursery belts for what could be a bumpy ride. Who knows CBS news business analyst, Jill Suster, because if anybody knows it would be you Jill. Well, thank you, sir. Can you explain what happened yesterday? I can actually this is one of those weird perversions of being an investor and I am going to blame yesterday selloff on the strength of the economy. Stay with me here. Here's what's going on a lot of investors are focusing on US government bond yields and those yields have been rising as the economy strengthens yield on the two year hit the highest level in over a decade ten year yield near its top level since twenty eleven. So the the question here is that. Well, so why is that bad? Well, higher yields increased the cost of borrowing for us for consumers as well as for corporations it can also induce. A stock investor to move out of a high flying sector like tech and rotate into the relative safety of bonds. And that is really the core of what's going on in the marketplace right now. And then there is the president talking about will the fed going crazy as he puts it when it comes to interest rates does he have a point there? No, not at all first of all, it's it. It seems kind of crazy to complain about the fed chair since you installed him Mr President. So that makes no sense to me at all. But also the feds mandate they've got two big jobs is to make sure the economy is growing enough to create great employment opportunities. We learned last week that unemployment is at a forty nine year lows. But the fed also is responsible for basically keeping prices and check price stability, meaning they got a raise interest rates. So that inflation doesn't creep into the economy and really snuff out where we are. So I think the fed is doing exactly what many economists believe they should be doing which is raising rates as the economy strengthens and the president doesn't like a bad day in the stock market. He might as well just say, hey, this is really a sign of a strengthening. Economy. And hopefully, the economy will absorb these higher rates and investors will get their heads on straight and get back to the business of looking ahead. Well, he did say it's a correction waiting for for a long time. And his press secretary said the fundamentals of the economy are strong, you go along with that. I think the fundamentals of the economy are strong right now. And I do also know that as an investor we have ups and downs. We had a correction earlier this year in February. It wouldn't be surprising. If we had another ten percent or even a bear market. This is what it means to be an investor you're on a long-term ride. And sometimes we go up for per periods of time. We're in the tenth year of a bull market. And sometimes we take a breather. We go down the most important thing for an individual investor is to drown out the president drown out the financial headlines and focus on your long term strategy and stick to it as we take a long deep cleansing breath this morning Jill Schlesinger. Thanks, joe. Take care nine thirty four and WCBS NewsRadio in it is on the air on the radio dot com app is well if you wanna take us along with you and look at this the Dow's down ninety points, we've been as as close to the break even point is forty points lower. But the Dow's down now look at these numbers. We're fifty eight points down for the Dow. And when we came in this morning, the Dow futures were three hundred points lower at five o'clock this morning..
"suster" Discussed on Clockwise
"Welcome back to clockwise. The tech podcast where thirty is the new twenty minutes. That is, I'm your co host Dan more and I am joined by my very good friend and co host Mr. mica sergeant pay doing mica doing. All right. Dan, I am digging the thirty is the new twenty got or an orange is the new black thirty is new twenty spiders, the new ladybugs the whole. Told me our show has to be only twenty minutes now. So. Well, this is of course the show where we talk with two excellent guests about wonderful technology topics to my left our very favorite Slovenian tech journalist Andrzej to- much is back high on Jay. How're you doing. Everybody's five of the basic you are. Yes, happy to have you here and to my left is the business unicorn and the host of many shows including Suster cast ferns in your ears and robot unicorn, the robot on the unicorn. It is Cathy Campbell. Hello? Kathy Campbell high mica. How are you? I'm doing well, and we're so happy to have you back on the show today. I'm excited to be here. I think. Should you should be excited? There's no thinking about it. Think about this. I'm going to kick things off with our first topic today. The latest rumors you're is that I pads, which may or may not show up later this month will have USB at least for the purposes of video output. My question is, do use USB a lot at all and if you do use it in what ways does it come up on? Jay? I suspect you might have some interesting info for us here. Use it today basically because I'm on Android. Again, I feel like I have to explain that. Mike handicapped like this is what it is. But yeah, like most Android phones for the last couple of years, especially the high end ones, but it's been going down to the mid range and even some of the cheap ones have been getting USB. See. So, yeah, I do use it to charge my phone, which you know he's a use right. I'm not doing a lot of data transfer, but I will say this when the whole debate with the Meg books went all USB see, right, and then they die phone. You're pretty much stuck with lightning, right?.
"suster" Discussed on WCPT 820
"We might get extra Jesus. He Mike Pence and Leshan is right. That Mike Pence is up to his, Al vinyl eyebrows. And this on his right? Yeah. And Manafort knows it. Flakes revenge. What where's this politico? Trump throw the Arizona Senator into retirement with his blistering criticism now the fate of his high court nominee may inflates hands. Everyone turns on. I think it's too soon to tell but flake is the one man with the leverage to do. This said Rick Wilson with the one vote margin on the committee. Jeff flake has the power to stop Cavanaugh. I just hope somebody actually does something. It's just talking right? Especially flake. He's he's retiring. He's got nothing to lose. And everything. What is the deal does Ronan Farrow have or not come on Ronin? Oh, I need the information. I'm the boss and you'd be into. I feel like he drops his stories on Thursdays a lot you think. So. Yeah. So we can digest it on Friday. He is some sort of wizard isn't he graduated wizardy like yell at fifteen so pretty and went to law school, and then was like a Rhodes scholar by the time. He was twelve thirteen whatever twenty something Pulitzer prize or something something K, you win the Pulitzer. Twenty. Yeah. Yeah. I don't anyway. So he, but that's the thing. Everyone keeps saying. Who's going to be shot? I who's going to be shocked. People will be like, oh, he's a horrible racist. All wow. He didn't say they'll say, that's our guy. Yeah. Yeah. There's the group that'll be fine with it. I guess, but I bet there's a lot on there. Yeah. I think there's probably just going through everything and making sure what? Yeah. Going through. Yeah. In horror, whose tweet was that live your life, Ronan Farrow will eventually find out what you're doing. For Trump will release them. Just as soon your phones texts. Meals are available to Trump because he might release. Yeah. Okay. I'll just tell you right now. You don't have to release them. All of my tech, say your whole mind you. Pardon me. If you want, you know. Yeah, I'm fine with that Mr President, okay, sir. Asterix asterix. Are you thinking? Have you have a substantial amount of gin? Astra Suster surface almost. Eighteen minutes after the hour. This portion of the show brought to you by Michael Moore's new film opening Friday tickets now. The most important questions of the Trump era are how did we get here? How we get out. Michael Moore's new film Fahrenheit eleven nine explores these questions in a way, only he can salon held Fahrenheit eleven wars. Most powerful film yet that saints. It is he wants again realize what's really going on behind some of the most troubling events of our time Fahrenheit eleven nine. Obits in theaters everywhere on September twenty first that's this Friday. Don't miss it September twenty first go see Fahrenheit nine.
"suster" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Belle Vernon some something down there a new Stanton. Yeah. Very lovely. Very lovely. Please a callback frequently as we talk about issues such as exercise, and she said that seventy five minutes a rigorous intensity is good. I say it's mean, man, it's it. We are the United States. Okay. Nobody tells us out of exercise or how much me knees rules were never. I mean, these were these rules weren't in effect when we had the greatest generation. Come on. Who's with me on that? Hey, listen. I. This is going to be really close. But I'm gonna try to do this because he's been on hold every Bish. Listen, I only have a minute. But you gotta talk about could you bring that. Pennsylvania. We are because. Choice. To protect him. I really indicated that Rana just fine. Shouldn't be a mess. Because if you recall, I believe of the heroine Hardiman, even Donald Trump Suster recommended him. This is the second time. Again, trump. We. Sometimes. What the president has done. Crossing is on. Thank you very much. Thanks bash. Yeah. I remember this was really hot in terms of the selection. I went there. But he's pros and cons at least ask compiled by some of the sources out there, and you know. The pittsburgh. I didn't connect with Trump was the book even though it was reportedly second finals last time around. All right. Let's get over to Joe for some news..
"suster" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"You, didn't answer my question last segment how far, back do you go how much attention to you pay to matching, cousins in your DNA test results the you cut it off at fourth cousins, or do, you go beyond that into the big hole of fifth to. Eighth so I typically wouldn't it myself to fourth cousins and closer and. That being said I will start at, the top of the list I don't keep going until I get. To the answer that I'm, searching for and usually by the time of getting to the end of. The fourth cousins if they haven't? Found a really strong clues then we. Turn to other research news and strategies like targeted testing or we look at some of the traditional evidence that we may have overlooked Consider some of these other things that might be a little bit more effective than waiting into the weeds of, those, fifth to eighth cousin. That it's tough. Isn't it I mean you think about that the. Reason I mentioned earlier that. I focused mostly on my father's side is my mom's is really well established and we have. Tons of DNA matches from her side. And there's not really anything I'm? Expecting to be any kind of surprise there it's nice to be? Able to put together a tree of descendants from certain, people and and that's useful but as far as trying to break through that's? The harder thing to do and most of that comes on my father's side so, like you I mostly stick to fourth cousins because. That means we share third grades and sometimes it's kind of interesting because when I compare my matches to my brother and my half sister sometimes one of, them will not share that match with me, or they'll come in as a fifth to eighth cousin to my, brother or half sister where they come in as a fourth cousin to me Then it gets a little complicated so, once you? Get a, little bit further down. You'll see that variation in the amount of share DNA and the proposed relationships they're far enough out that they could be related through that common ancestor couple that you've identified or they could be related through another common ancestry couple but you haven't. Yet identified what do you do with somebody for instance you have a shared ancestor from the early sixteen. Hundreds but you have another one from the, late seventeen hundreds to categorize that. As a match to that later one at that. Point I begin, looking at why did an might Akon drill DNA so far back for both of those levels of relationship that we don't want to rely just on the autism evidence alone got, it got it all right let's talk about triangulation now this is this is something I I'm thinking people are going what triangulation what is he talking about this is basically the idea of determining where somebody Is related who is the. Common ancestor, in houses. Done and, it's really pretty common. Thing to do and pretty much anybody, can do it but nobody, can, explain, it quite as well as? Paul so we'll let him do that all right Well when, we hear about trade Galatian in genetic genealogy a, lot of the times that is talked about in relation to, the activity, of chromosome napping we're taking the segments of. DNA that I, share, with genetic cousins worth finding them to. Particular, ancestors and we do that for for multiple genetic cousins and you begin to see some patterns emerge and with triangulation in particular there's a lot of. Misunderstandings surrounding this word. Sometimes people say oh I trained related to this particular ancestor well triangulation requires that you had, three individuals that all share the same segment? Of DNA that they all free inherited from a common ancestor match as shirts that, segment was match be assured that same segment with match. See who also shared that segment. With match Hey right you've got three people they're all sharing on. The same segment match a may not know who the common ancestor is and you've got Madge b., and c. and they do know who. Their, common ancestor is yes and so you can use, it as a clue to determine that you know simply sharing dealing with these two individuals who. Have this common ancestor we know that I'm also related either as a descendant of that comedy on, Suster or through an ancestor of that ancestor right, yes depending on how far back you're talking about I actually, had this, experience with somebody I was helping identify a. Birth father line, and, it was interesting because we took the. Assumption, that b and c they did have this common ancestor that she must come through that common ancestral couple as well and so went through and we. Figured out who her. Father likely was and then to prove it we wanted to try to find matches To that person's mother's, line because the common ancestry went through the father's line with these other two people and we. Were able to find, matches from his mother's line which showed us yes this validates this theory perfectly, and it worked out just great yeah So what's nice about triangulation is that you get. A really strong evidence that you have all of these three people or more all descending from a particular common ancestor the problem is that some people misunderstand they'll say. Oh well I share DNA with this person and. That. Person, shares DNA with match seen, so we must triangulate in those cases just because you share DNA with each other doesn't. Mean that you're triangulate necessarily because, you may not be on the same sex, you might, not be, in the same generational level right well not. Necessarily the generational level but on the same segment of DNA that you, all three inherited from your common ancestor I could sure DNA with match and I could share different DNA with match see, match seeing match be might share different DNA with each other but if we're, not, all three sharing on this same segment of DNA then it's. Not A true trained related second ten this is where tool like DNA painter would come in yes yeah so DNA painter can be really helpful for identifying these regions. Of DNA where all three of us, match each, other, now, that being said as you're mapping you want to keep in mind who to. Comparisons are too if I'm only looking at myself as the subject and I'm comparing my DNA to a group of other people even if there are two individuals who. Share DNA with me in the same region I. Can't. Necessarily, assume that's a train related, segments because I have two sets of DNA of two sets of chromosomes one for mom. One from dad even though two, matches could be sharing DNA with me in, the same, region one, could be on the paternal chromosome and one. Could be on the maternal chromosome yeah that's right so in order to, prove a triangulation You have to perform, comparison between all, members of the group to each other you have to have me as the. Subject match be as a subject match see is the subject said confirm that we. All, three are. Matching each other on that same sect That is true triangulate now, scenario that I talked about where we're where I share DNA with bees And I share DNA would see in the same region but they don't match each other that is what, I like to call overlapping opposites and it's actually really useful because I can use that information say I'm interested in a, research question on my paternal side and I can identify one of those matters as a. Paternal relatives the other relatives because they don't match on that same. Segment to the known paternal relatives I can rule out as a maternal relative candidate nor that. Match so I can use. It to filter matches focused just on. The ones. That I'm interested in that's amazing stuff overlapping opposites I wish. We had more time, Paul you're amazing this. Is, like sitting in a science class in high school I didn't do well Right now but we're going to keep working on it I know a lot. Of people have a lot of fun with it by the way. DNA painter is free and it's easy to use anybody can do it because you just copy. And paste information in there. It is that simple so check that. Out Paul. Again thanks for your time fascinating stuff and we'll catch up. With you again soon Thank Legacy Is a proud sponsor of extreme genes based in Salt Lake, City Utah near the world's largest family history..
"suster" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"You know very strong arm and i think the area we can work on the most he's right around fifty five percent guy and i think what we do in the past game and the things that were able to teach them relative to you know scheme and reading things premium snap i think that'll help him you know kinda elevate that part of his game you mentioned culture and i don't this next direction is not so much in the culture you were talking about i'm guessing from what you said this culture of of discipline and integrity but the sec is different and within the state of mississippi the rivalries are everywhere especially to the school up north as your predecessor used to refer to ole miss when you and i don't mean say you parachuted in drove actually from state college but i mean when when you're when you suddenly find yourself in involved in situation where it is new to you but to many of your fans at something that they encountered that long after you know birth but how do you adapt to that that part of the culture i think it's it's great to be part of a robbery that steeped in suster addition coming down from state college and growing up in pittsburgh now we had the you know the back with with bit west indian obviously pitt penn state and be part of that the past two years and i think that's what makes college football great we have you know to great schools in close proximity each other with passionate fan bases who believe strongly you know in their school and chance to meet coach luke and you know certainly you know understand what the importance of the will means to the people in the state people start billing you know schools i'm really excited for for number twenty second to be part of it yeah and and football coach fans like to talk about things like that but there's a lot more dates on the on the calendar before that one yeah there are and and i think that's really something i believe in strongly that we wanna be a process oriented team with goals in mind and and that's game number twelve and if it's a hurdle race and you're worried about her number twelve or triple hundred number one we can't do that.
"suster" Discussed on KELO
"Very attractive pricing for members wall says great life won't become any easier to compete against so the city courses will have their challenges mock rousseau kelocom news a mitchell man is accused of so katy a woman to death tuesday night's the taylor republic says 39yearold james baker put a sock in the woman's mouth tight a cloth belt around her face then wrapped her in a blanket and left her for several hours he then allegedly brought one of the women's children to the scene and had them call nine one one bakers later found at another residents he's been charged with firstdegree manslaughter it's a big day for shoppers at lake will rain tomorrow carter's marshalls at home goods will all cut the ceremonial ribbons at eight a m thursday their growing shopping district already has the likes of hobby lobby and ross open for business with more hotels and restaurants planned in the dear for wants to stay democratic party is in agreement with our red delegation to washington dem's say that mike rounds efforts to extend costsharing reductions for the thousands of south dakota's on obamacare the step in the right direction and the south dakota highway patrol has cited the driver who crashed into a nursing home in al sester killing three people and injuring five others in july eighty one euro patricia berg has been charged with careless driving she pulled into the al suster care center and rehab and stepped on the gas and so the brakes causing the car to strike residents and staff were outside from the kelocom news center i'm mike leshner the.
"suster" Discussed on WTVN
"Of all the prescriptions for the members of congress mike kim is the owner of grubbs pharmacy he appreciates the uniqueness of what he gets to do he gets to fill the pill bottles of all of the revered lawmakers and he's used to knowing all the nittygritty details about the medicinal needs of the schumer's and pelosi's in the mcconnell's of congress no big deal he told a reporter this week at first it's cool now think why would this guy say this why would he say this to a reporter knowing that there will be consequences to his business at first first it's cool and then you realize i'm filling drugs that have some pretty serious health problems attached to them and these are this health problems like quote diabetes and alzheimer's oh oh alls alls alzheimer's quote it makes you kind of sit back and say while they're making the highest laws in the land and they might not even remember what happened yesterday and quote kim took some flak for his admission that he fills alzheimer's medicine prescriptions for suster day and quote kim took some flak for his admission that he fills alzheimer's medicine prescriptions for some members of congress later he did do some backtracking say that the illness the would that he listed was meant his a hypothetical i am not aware of any member that actually has alzheimer's and it would certainly not disclose any information if i did know except he just basically did that as their employer we have a right to know about the people who are running our country why would mr kim say these things why it's sad that some may have actual health problems but we have a right to know if mm.
"suster" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Of a new cable suster story in a nutshell and she came to me presumably for a second opinion now the woman i wanted to establish a relationship with the patient which i think is so important i think that the doctor in the patient need to understand each other because the doctor needs to be able to fight for the patient the doctor has to understand with the patient knows what she's feeling what he's feeling what they've gone through with their expectations are and with his family there was a daughter on the video screen and she was insisted that she tell the story was she wasn't even in the room first of all so that is a little bit less and former to to me and number two she's not the patient the patient is the president had states of his or her body and we're here for the patient no different people and families have different motivations an interest and sometimes are exactly the same as the patient and sometimes they're not but ultimately it's the pay attention is going to have to decide this was a sixty eight year old woman who is perfectly competent and shoes understood some of the facts of her case she was never told all the facts of a case of she was going to relate the story i understand her daughter she didn't know all the facts world seemed like nobody knew how the facts because if they knew that facts i don't imagine they would let the cancer grow for months and months and months without treatment and then they got treatment which was not the ideal tree but they got chemotherapy will chemotherapy dozen cure anybody with kalandul carcinoma cleanse your custom as a cancer of the bile ducks what are the bile duct or another teaching point so the liver these juices in these juices have to get excreted somewhere and they go through.