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"swiss army" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Watching your life savings dropped by 35%. And you're ready to protect yourself and your retirement. Hey, if you're less than 10 years away from retirement, now's the time. Give us a call. 988 triple 06. Tony, We've got a few minutes here. So, Tony, why don't you tell the folks who we are and why we're here? Well, we're Tad and Tony Hell with freedom financial group, and you can get in touch with us it to 05988. 0006 this 2059880006. Well, Tad Here's ah, furniture are a Shakespearean quote. All that glitters is not gold. And what I want to talk about. There's sometimes a marketing our financial market can make a product or something. Look a lot better than it is. People don't really understand. It's like the big print. Give within the fun prints. Take it away. So so kind of talk about what we were. You said we might be able to get a quick chance to talk about variable annuities. Okay? Yeah. All that glitters is not gold. So, you know, we talk about annuities on the show and you know, we're certainly not anti annuity. I know there's people that are I don't really understand that annuities bring things to the table that are different than stocks and bonds on they have limitations that are different variable annuities that my biggest beef with variable annuities is that they get explained to people like they're fixed annuities. And so people have annuity and they get told. Oh, well, if the market does really, really well, you've got all this upside of the market. But no matter what happens in the market, you're gonna earn a minimum of 5% or 6%, or 7%. And people go. Okay, So if the market's up 20 I get 20. But even if the market's down 30 I'm still going to get 5%. Yeah, that's right. OK, that is completely misleading. Absolutely right. This is not how any of that because what? That what they're talking about. That's going to be up. 5% is the is the income account factor, which is which is which which is Just one piece of data that's required to calculate your lifetime income payment. Which was you've got you've got. You've got the increase of the income account. Then you've got payout factors, and we've only got a few minutes here. If you really want to understand, I do a segment. It's not super long. I do about a 20 minute segment in our retirement planning course where I explain all this stuff on annuities. Yeah. How all annuities work so I would I would encourage you to come to the course. But But people think that I'm going to get 5% no matter what they think that's on their cash. And it's not right. And so you know, we again. We've got a couple of minutes here. What That is, is that is An income payment that that There's a calculation that goes on that there's an income account value and then a payout factor. And it has to do with how much lifetime income you're getting. Here's the other thing about variable annuities that drive me nuts. Especially if you've got it in an IRA. If you used IRA or 401 K money, chances are the lifetime income is on ly for you, The IRA owner, which is usually the husband. It's only going to pay out for a single life and this in his life and who's going to live the longest the women the women, the women are so the lifetime income's only for the man, and then they throw this term in there. That's very confusing. They call it spousal continuation. Oh, yes, this has spousal continuation, so anybody with a brain would think Okay, that means the income last and she gets something or both lifetimes. It's a it's a double lifetime income joint lifetime income. Spousal continuation means if you've been taken income for 15 years, and there's $5 left in the cash value, and you die, your wife gets the $5. That's what spousal continuation means. And so so even though we're not anti annuity annuities could be very confusing. We're not big fans of variable annuities. You know, we exclusively used different types of fixed annuities. I don't think variable annuities or evil. I just think they don't get explained. Right. So somebody knows all that. I'm sorry, and I just think there's a better way to. I mean, most often, almost all the time. There's a better way. Well, that variable annuity is kind of a Swiss Army knife trying to do everything at once. So if I'm trying to grow the money, I'm just going to use a stock market. If I'm trying to get income and protect the money, I'm going to use different kinds of fixed annuities. But But if you've got annuity where the where your broker said, Oh yeah, if it goes up 20%, you've got 20%. But no matter what happens, you're going to get five and you think that that's a fixed that's happening with your cash value. You might wantto come. Let us analyze it, and we're happy to sit down with you or any of your friends or family that you think would benefit from it. We do specialize in helping people with 500,000 or more planned their retirement. If you want to take advantage of coming in sitting down with us in person or come into our next retirement planning course call now, too. 05988 Triple 06. That's 988 Triple 06205. 988 triple 06. It's been a blast will see you next week. Taking care of our clients is our highest priority. That's why a freedom financial group. We're doing our part to help keep you safe and healthy. We are quitting.
This Woodcutters no Railsplitter: NSA and FBI Release Report on a GRU Toolset
"The US NSA and be I. This morning released a report on drove rube malware a hitherto publicly unremarked strain deployed by twenty eight, which of course is fancy bear. Russia's generic. Military Intelligence Service. The report describes drove a rube as a Lennox malware tool set consisting of an implant coupled with a kernel module root kit, a file transfer and port forwarding tool and a command and control server. When deployed on a victim machine drove rube implant client provides the capability for direct communications with actor controlled see to infrastructure filed download and Upload Capabilities Execution of arbitrary commands as route and port forwarding of network traffic to other hosts on the network, all of which is well allot. McAfee CTO Steve Grubman commented an email that drove a rube is a Swiss army knife of capabilities that allows the attacker to perform many different functions such as stealing files and remote controlling the victim's computer. Drove a rube can be detected about the two agencies warned that like other advanced route kits, the malware take some pains to hide itself, and so it may be overlooked if you're not on the lookout for it. The alert recommends updating to Lennox Kernel three point seven or later, which will enable users to take full advantage of colonel signing enforcement. It also encourages administrators to configure systems. So they will only load modules that have a valid digital signature. An Essay and the bureau don't say what they think. Fancy bears objectives are with drove rube but they do scowl in the direction of the GRU's interest in election meddling fancy bears been there before still a Swiss army knife you can do a lot. So why is it called? Drove a rube. You're probably wondering the word means woodcutter would chopper or would splitter. In this case, it's the GRU's own name. That's what the hoods back at the aquarium call it. Nice. Touch that an essay you could Americanize. The name is rail splitter but honest Abe 's they're not. Another question, the alert is detailed and specific. You can get it from the NSA pressroom at NSA DOT GOV and it's a lively read that really put the G. Into Gru. Why release it the authors say in an accompanying fact, we're sharing this information with our customers and the public to counter the capabilities of the GRU GT SS an organization which continues to threaten the United States and its allies. We continuously seek to counter their ability to exploit our nation's critical networks and systems and quote. That seems right to us. It also seems likely that Fort Meade is leading the girls and boys over at the aquarium. No. That NSA sees right through them, wood chips and
German government to bail Lufthansa out of bankruptcy
"Air France a bit of a conditional type of of bailout happening there And then a lot of discussions and of course. This has been going on for for a while. Would we see Berlin looking at some type of loan scheme investment in Lufthansa? A LOT OF PEOPLE. Also saying yeah. Governments have no part of this But of course it seems like something is going to go ahead. what What do we know yet could often intimate afternoon indeed? Yeah Lifthansa. They've they've got there. They've got their annual shareholder meeting today. And of course I mean it's it's an AGM in a shareholder meeting without shareholders. Because you know everyone has to watch it removes Anyway Long Story. Short like other airlines. Lufthansa is also fighting for its survival. government bailout looks. Uh looks likely well. It looks absolutely necessary to be honest. the figure we've hurt is around ten billion euros and of course the The controversial story is that how big will the government influence be once they've provided the ten billion and you know if Lift chief executive officer. Cast boy has any say. I mean he doesn't want an easy to government people on his supervisory board and tell him how to run an airline and I think history's poorly shown that Governments aren't good owners of many assets airlines in particular. So so he. As far as we know he doesn't want the government in there but of course he needs the money so this is kind of this kind of the the question. That's that's being discussed in Berlin as we speak. How much government influence You know will will lift and up with overall. I mean the The the shares have had a pretty disastrous year. Obviously they've Haft lift has has said it will cut the number of aircraft operates permanently They've they've closed a few weeks ago. They've closed their discount Germanwings As a as a first step to to cut back on expenses so at the moment the company is burning through eight hundred million euros a month I think got fourbillion liquidity. Right now You do the math. It's it's it's not a unique situation but maybe just before we get to unique situations. Do we have any indication as to how much going to be Loans and then securities in? Are we looking at? The German state would actually go in and end up with fifteen percent right away or does that come as a second stage potentially I think I think it's really still still up in the. I mean as an example. You look at Suisse the Swiss army of of Lufthansa. They fully They got their money and the Swiss government Hey decided rather than to take a direct stake in the company which is giving medicine hundred percent owned by. Lufthansa would be difficult to pull off. Anyway Dave basically provided credit guarantees so Swiss will receive money from the banks from UBS in Credit Suisse and the government will provide guarantees to the tune of one point three billion francs
Report: Saints Sign QB Hill, Close In on Deal With Winston
"The New Orleans Saints leaving no stone unturned at the quarterback position we already know drew Brees is back for the twenty twenty season beyond that remains to be seen if they made it clear just how much they value Swiss army knife he said hill with that in mind ESPN's Adam Schefter reports they're signing hill to a two year twenty one million dollar deal sixty mil fully guaranteed at signing on top of that Yahoo sports reports the saints are closing in on a one year contract with four Bucks started James Winston
Strong All Season: Informed Self-Care | Nicole Stevens
"All season education series. These episodes will be focusing on all the ways. You can keep your body working the best. It can so that you're able to stay strong all season. Hey everybody says Nicole Stevens and I'm excited to talk to you today about staying healthy in all seasons and I don't know about you but at this time of year. This is such a hard time for my family. The seasons are changing the time changes or kind of feeling rundown from the winter. We're all going. Stir crazy insights along. It's time this time of year. I'm always grateful. Have essential oils to be able to support our health and specifically. I WanNa talk to the a little bit about Frankencense now. This may not be whether you think of right off the bat for you know staying healthy through the seasons but honestly this is referred to as the king of essential oils for really good reason. It is one of our absolute favorite Swiss army knife kind of essential oils. We can use it topically romatically and internally which means we've got all kinds of benefits that we can get from using frankencense so for example using frankencense internally is a great way to help support healthy cellular function immune support nervous system support. It's really a great way to just have an overall feeling of of rejuvenation of helping your body in this time of transition through the seasons. So you know. It's super easy to be able to use a drop of edgy cap or Some people like to put it under their tongue. There's lots of ways that you can use this internally and remember it doesn't take very much he's a very powerful essential oils and Little always goes a long way. One of my favorite ways. Us Frankencense is topically. This is an amazing essential oil for the health of your skin. It really does just kind of give this appearance of brightening and supporting healthy skin. When you use a topically I love to put a job into my moisturizer at night. Or sometimes if I have a blemishes a great way to really just support. The skin is it. Works through that. And don't forget about the air matic benefits a Frankencense. It's not one. Maybe that people throwing their diffuser very often. But I've encouraged you give it a try. It's one that you might be surprised. It's just it's amazing aroma. And it kind of makes me think of some of my favorite researches come out of the past probably decade where scientists look at people walking through forest and they look and see what happens to the people and found amazing things amazing benefits from this. This accident they call forest bathing. You can look that up. There's there's some interesting research articles on it. And I like to think of essential oils especially Frankencense of kind of my way of bringing the forest into my house for my family to enjoy to get those benefits of rejuvenation because in the forest the trees are putting into the air. Essential oil chemicals. And guess what they're very similar to what we finding here Alpha Piney enlivening and these great small monitor p molecules that the plants are sending out into the atmosphere and were walking in the forest for breeding those in our being rejuvenated. So this is a great way even romantically to disappear and really support our families. You know in times when we are having transitions like this through the seasons or or whatever may arise it's great essential oil for supporting us. You know in whatever way we use it so if you've got a bottle of Frankincense just kind of sit around somewhere saving for a special occasion I would say bring it down try it use it in a few maybe a different way. Haven't before and see if you can have some benefits for your family that will maybe surprising certainly be beneficial so
How Your Smartphone Has Evolved Over the Past Decade
"With you when you wake up it puts you to sleep. It's your constant companion and you're probably using it right now to listen to two US. We're obviously talking about your smartphone. But let's do a little time travel and go back to the year twenty ten the beginning of the decade. You wanted to find your way around. You didn't pull at your phone. You pulled out a GPS. If you wanted to take a picture you pull out your camera you wanted to take a ride. You recall the cab and if you wanted to watch net flicks. You opened up your mailbox. Because that's where your DVD was waiting for you after a few days. smartphones owns weren't new. But you might not have had an iphone. You might have had a blackberry or a crack Berry as they were called back then because they were super super addictive. We want to go back in time. I and talk about all the things that have happened with our smartphones and our technologies sense twenty ten and who better to do that with than our personal tech columnist to Anna Stern. Joanna thanks for joining us. I'm here I'm here to take you all back. You recently did this. You time traveled yes and it turns out time. Traveling coming and going to hell are very similar. It's true I did go to hell with the upper case H and a lower case age because I decided I wanted to. You challenge myself to really think back to the beginning of the decade and I was asked to write this piece for our decade in review section about the smartphone and the impact. It's made on really humanity eighteen that that's where I sort of led and I really said I need to live with this tech. Had in two thousand ten to really remember what it was like before we had fully a functioning modern smartphones and I asked my producer said where should we go. I need to like leave home with this. I need to leave my iphone at home. I need to go someplace. Where should we go? Oh and after much brainstorming. He said to me I want you to go to hell because I think that it's going to be like hell. And there's a small town. It's actually township in Michigan Sixty Miles House at Detroit. We're going to go there and you're going to spend the day doing a bunch of challenges that I'm going to create for you with just your twenty ten tech. The result was a a lot of frustration. But also a lot of excitement and these memories of what we used to do mostly with our brains before we had smartphones. One of the things that that I thought was so interesting about your trip was that you're using a blackberry. which like I said was the crack Berry and blackberries were really common in two thousand ten at least journalist list it was really at least for journalists and even the market share you look back at the numbers of two thousand ten and like I said it was not new right? The IPHONE was created in two thousand ten but if you look back at the market share for in two thousand ten and what we saw in terms of smartphones apple was just starting to come up and droid was just starting to come up but blackberry and Symbian which was mostly on Nokia phones or those. Those were the still the main players in the smartphone race and of course now we have two players and that was really the story of the decade right. Is everyone trying to compete to be in your pocket to be on this small screen which ultimately became this giant screen and apple and Google one out there but it was not clear at the beginning of the decade. What was going to happen and so I was addicted to my blackberry? Like you mentioned I was twenty ten. I had a blackberry still. I had the blackberry curve. Ninety seven hundred that I used in this piece and it was only in the beginning. Getting of twenty eleven. Did I get rid of it and get an android phone. What changed what happened? That blackberry is now almost obsolete. I think he's trying no they. They are obsolete rim as a company which made those blackberries is basically obsolete when you look do not manufacturer smartphones anymore. In fact I was one of the ideas I had here was to go back to ram but both the the former. CEO's declined to be part of this piece. What really happened? Was this foresight from both apple and Google about what the smartphone would become and that really really was this Swiss army knife of things when you look back in two thousand ten. We were not using our phones for most part yet. GPS is we were not using them as our primary cameras. We're we're not even using them really with many apps yet. Twenty ten was the arrival of so many big APPS instagram net flicks Uber. All of these really arrived around that time and it was really a synergy of a couple of things. The first being the hardware the hardware was getting better and better. The phones were getting faster. The second thing where the networks three G and four G pushed pushed ahead in big ways into apps in the early part of the decade and then that third part was the APPs it was these companies these developers throwing ideas against the wall. Aw investors saying that seems like something that might be pretty good and then creating messy ecosystem and one of the best stories. I think that's in the story and I talked with at length for this. Says Ralph de la Vega he was the CEO of at and T. at the beginning of the decade and he really worked closely with Steve Jobs to bring the first iphone out and he was saying we didn't know all of these things. We're going to happen at the the same time but when these three things really did happen at the same time that's when we really knew it was gonna be big. And he told me the story about how Travis Kalanick's who is the founder of Uber are came to. At and T.. And said I need iphones with four g service so I can give these phones to my drivers and it was that combination right of a great big idea for an APP APP putting these phones into cars. The four G. Network behind it and the iphone that let that all takeoff initially the APPS that were created for the iphone were internal apple was creating its APPS. How much did opening up that for? Third Party developers changed the game. That changed is the game in a big way and again that happened right before. Two Thousand Ten apple had released the APP store but it was really around two thousand ten when you started to see these big players taking the advantage of the hardware and like I mentioned those networks. You'd instagram coming along in twenty ten. Seeing that the phone camera was going to be a really big thing we were still in pretty pretty crappy camera lands right. We all remember filters the reason Kevin System who spoke to for this story he reminded me about filters the reason we had those filters is the famous story that his wife he went to go take a photo. He told her about all this APP that he's building she's like I'm not going to share these photos. They look like crap and he added filters because they looked like crap. Kevin said in the in the interview interview when I was talking with him. He talks a lot about how now you don't need filters because these cameras got crazy. Good over the last decade look at net flicks. netflix became an APP for the iphone in two thousand and ten again. When these phones were getting faster they were getting faster WIFI connectivity? They were getting faster processors. They were getting faster. Four G networks within a couple of years to allow us to stream video everywhere everywhere. So it's really the fact that these APPs were being built in concert with all of these other technologies that were coming along one of the things that you talk about new show very very clearly in your story going to hell is not just what things are out there right but how those things how that phone how. Those APPs have changed. Change the way that we live in the world that we navigate the world. How how is this technology in the last ten years changed us? Yeah it's an editor said to me. Owners right she's like I think you should write about how this changed humanity and it was like well. You know that sounds so heavy and I don't know if I WANNA go there and make this something that people remember and understand than as I started pointing was like wait. These are the things that people remember it understand. They just don't think about it that often so those of us that can remember the days before we used this device to tell us what right right and left turn to make all the time we navigated the world by looking at a map or asking people for directions. We had like some sense of where we were in the world because we figured it out that for me was the most striking thing you know. I was definitely super frustrated that it took me basically an hour and a half longer to get someplace without my smartphone but I was also really happy and excited excited that my brain still worked to do those things like. Oh I can call that person and they can tell me how to get there. I can write down directions. I in the problem problem solved still then. Of course there's so many positives to the fact that we don't have to do these things anymore but we also have to remember that the conveniences come at the cost of so so many things right. The big thing to me was sharing photos that experience. I there's often mornings when I'm walking my dog and I look up and I'm like Oh that's a beautiful thing I need. Take a photo of it and put it on instagram. I hate that my brain does that but that is where my brain goes and I don't I don't even consider myself like an over share share like three times a week. I'm not someone it's like four times a day and that's our urge is when we see something we want to share it now and it's not even only instagram. I have a family Exchan- or I want to share it with my best friend or my wife. Hey from editor and I'm just constantly like we saw this thing where I went to this place. Like you wouldn't believe what I'm seeing right. Now and instagram really sparked that obviously other messaging services sparked that too. But when you don't have that capability you are really much more in the moment and you are thinking. Wow I'm looking at this thing and I'm GonNa take a photo of it and I'm GONNA be able to look back at had it later but I'm not going to distract myself right now to share it in two steps and move on from it right.
How the humble streetlight can make Los Angeles a better city
"There are many things that can define a city from wide boulevards greenery to iconic architecture her but for others it might be as simple as a standard for street lighting. That's what's at the core of Los Angeles New Design Competition to find a new streetlight model model and it's both about the technological side of it as well as the look and feel. Demand behind smooth is Christopher. Hawthorne was Angeles Chief Design Officer whom we've met before here on Monaco on design and I had a chance to catch up with him at City Hall to discuss streetlights making better use of of public spaces and division for Los Angeles off. Tomorrow we have been one of the great cities in the world for streetlight design. Actually although I don't know that it's something we're famous for internationally internationally. But I think anyone who's familiar with Design History of L. A.. Particularly the public round design history knows that we have this really rich tradition of streetlight designed. That goes back to the late. Nineteenth Century and in the first couple decades of the twentieth century there was even kind of streetlight design arms race with different neighborhoods and commercial districts strict really competing to produce the most ornate and beautiful streetlights often assessing taxing themselves to raise money to pay for really elaborate designs. Often that would be then installed and maintained by the city by the by the nineteen twenties so we created the Bureau of street lighting in the city in nineteen twenty five and then like a lot of cities. We kind of lost that thread after the war and a lot of those streetlights were really oriented to pedestrian scale. They really connected to kind of sidewalk culture and like so many American cities. We invested so heavily in automotive culture and urban design sort of catering catering to the automobile in the second half of the twentieth century that we kind of lost that thread of really ambitious streetlight design and we started producing paying a much more utilitarian kind of standard streetlight and we now have about one hundred fifty thousand of those standard lights. We have about two hundred twenty three eight thousand altogether so we thought it was time to think about updating that standard design and and maybe trying to bring back that kind of design ambition that had marked streetlight design a century ago and apply to the standard streetlight for the twenty first century. So walk us through the competition. Then what are you asking people to submit and I guess what are you looking for as well. We're asking all the entrance to think about the daytime role of the streetlight. I think people might assume with streetlight design competition. We're asking them to include some kind of hardware or other mechanism for carrying a shade sail for example simple so in parts of the city where the sidewalk is too narrow for. Let's say for Ada reasons or other reasons to plant a tree or have other ways of providing shade given the acceleration of climate change periods of intensive that we see in so many parts of the city that the street light itself could be a mechanism earth scaffolding for providing shade and also another required programmatic. Element is to include some way of incorporating text on the poll so that could be a plaque or placard. It could be some other way that the designers Chris come up with which could include poetry by our laureate and can include may be references to community or neighborhood history or references to nearby architectural landmarks landmarks. So in those two ways we're really asking competitors to think carefully about the daytime role because in terms of the design itself and those other elements we. We don't really have the luxury in the public right of way of having elements that only do one thing particularly when it comes to climate change but also some other equity concerns really thinking about shade more and more as an equity issue across the city in an era of climate change. And we don't have the luxury of having something that say just illuminates the roadway. At night. We really want the streetlight to begin to play a whole bunch of these roles and help us make progress on a whole range of goals that the city has the right of way a lot of them related to climate change. As I mentioned so we're also really asking. Competitors to think of the led as the basis of their design proposal are designed logic. What we have done like many cities with the advent of led's we started installing them about a decade ago? Like most American cities we have kind of attached an led armature or light fixture to existing poll and we haven't designed the entire poll a new to account for the particular ways that led's operate and there's a little bit of an interesting tension there which is one of the reasons we wanted to make this a competition because we're really curious to see what kinds kinds of strategies designers come up with. Attention is that the led's are very small and light and very efficient so you could have a very elegant poll with a kind of very narrow silhouette silhouette but we're also asking the poll to do all kinds of other things maybe to carry shade sails or carry. This text were attaching electric vehicle chargers to a lot of the polls around the city so the poll from that point of view has to be something of a Swiss army knife. But we don't want it to look like Swiss army knife necessarily and so that interesting attention between the lightness of the led itself and that kind of growing list of programmatic elements that were asking. The streetlight to carry. Is One reason. We thought we should put this out to a larger design community and see what folks could come up with. I've been very careful about thinking about where design competitions or most useful or might be most appropriate in places where were they might not be the best strategy. So we've tried to be thoughtful about that and this for all the reasons that I've been talking about it seemed like perfect subject for design competition of this. It seems from everything you're describing that also courts this idea of basically giving the streets back to people that you were talking in the beginning about you know how of course Los Angeles has a huge car car and automotive tradition. And it's still difficult for people to break that habit but from what you're describing you want these new centers for street lights and the city to Actually make people maybe encourage people even more to wall crowded and take their vehicle everywhere absolutely and this is really part of a much larger set of strategies that I'm trying to put in place to redesign the entire public right of way and were doing that in a bunch of different ways so we announced last last month with the mayor of set of strategies to produce shade at bus stops around the city adding bus benches and some kind of shade element and we've committed to add shade aide and a bus bench at seven hundred fifty locations across the city by the end of next year. And that's really looking at both corridors of high bus ridership and also parts of this city that have intense heat and we'll have more intense heat thanks to climate change. The city council just approved this week. Actually that we will be creating a new. RFP request for proposals for our street furniture contract and that gives us an opportunity to really clarify our goals. vis-a-vis community walkability ability transit and shade. That might be achieved through the way that we think about designing and deploying street furniture across the city so a lot of the basic building blocks the public right away are at a place where we can rethink them and then over the course of next year. One of the main priorities of my office will be thinking about an overarching design strategy for the entire public right of way so that streets and sidewalks and we have never really had a coordinated design strategy and so really executing our sustainability goals resilience goals which have been a really ambitious part of. This mayor's agenda will require a more comprehensive and coordinated design strategy for those elements and and as I said before we have to think about how all of them complement each other and work together and they have tended to be designed and maintained an isolation so street lights have been concerned with illuminating the roadway and they have gotten taller over the years and they have been served detached from pedestrian scale. So I should add that we're also requiring and all of the competitors to include a pedestrian arm as part of their overall design. Because we think it's important to bring that leading back down in level in certain corridors in the city so to your question this is l. as a city. That didn't just embrace the car as everyone knows we embarked on a kind of radical. Aw experiment in postwar decades of privatization. Really we tried to create an experiment whereby La could be a city with global reach in terms of culture and industry economic power but would offer residents essentially kind of suburban is to privatize lifestyle based around the freeway and this a single family house and this idea of private space and elbow room. And of course we've run out of room to pursue that experiment and this is a city. That's much more folding back. On itself and producing infill development thinking about new models of housing were investing heavily across the city and county in in New Transit Networks. And all of that means that we have to make the experience of moving moving through the public realm more enjoyable and give residents a sense that that whole experience and that whole public realm was designed in a more thoughtful way
The Two Best Gifts for Travelers Under $100
"The first gift I have on my list. Oh what a classic classic the Pencil Tika. Xp headlamp a headlamps just a classic travel staple minds probably about fifteen years old. Still going strong long. Never had any problems with it and take it on almost every trip. I always find a use for a headlamp and you think well. What do I need a flashlight for in this day and age? Yeah I guess I guess you could use your phone but sometimes you WANNA go hands free and a good headlamp is something that's indispensable for the traveler. So I really recommend having a headlamp You already know this if you camp or hike or do anything like that but even regular travelers. I've used this thing so many times in hostels in weird situations relations where I've just needed some light and this is a great brand it's basic it's functional. Does everything you need and it lasts as you can see like I said I've I've had mine for a decade plus so get one of those and you won't be disappointed number two the Swiss army knife. I mean it's a classic right if you don't have a Swiss army knife or you know somebody that's traveling doesn't have a Swiss army knife. You should pick one up. It's got all the tools that you need and if you want to add a personal touch I highly recommends engraving it because that can be a nice thing to have for somebody that you're giving this as a gift to. I have won multiple Swiss army knife. That's engraved and it's always nice is to look at that and I'm holding my Swiss army knife right now you can probably hear me rattling around in my hands. It's just got everything you need in one spot so really Swiss army knife a no brainer. Now if you're checking if you're not checking your bag you can carry on a knife as you know so that can be a problem but for some trips road trips or trips. You're checking a bag. It's great to have a Swiss army knife with
What is a Bunyip?
"I always thought the Bunyip was a mythical creature an aboriginal belief about a creature with supernatural for natural powers that lived in swamps billabong creeks riverbeds and waterholes that is until I went on my walkabout I walked about yeah I saw the devilish evil spirit nearly face to face living in the world of my rite of passage on my right of passage trying to make the spiritual traditional transition into manhood I so he was masturbating on his walkabout I was aware of Bunyip sightings before but I always felt that there were made up stories that were told to children to make them stay away from dangerous areas of water I had read the Bunyip said dark for face a dog sharp teeth and claws flippers a duck like bill tusks and even horns and that someone even described it as having ahead like an EMU and the body and legs of an elevator Oh my God this is just a mishmash of crap but most people who encountered them were too afraid of these futures to be able to take notice of their appearance on my walkabout I was admiring nature walking around the middle of nowhere and hoping to obtain the personal satisfaction that would make it a home alive at the end of my adventure that I took in the outback Oh my God I realized that most people usually recount their wilderness trek by exaggerating every detail of what happened happen to them adding all these details to provide extra excitement and trill by certainly not one of those storytellers my trip started out being very dull as I was and I was okay with that as I was not looking for any near death experiences are we ever yeah like maybe almost die on this about my adventure was about being far away from my towns and cities and living off the land or survive this was not an excuse for me to take a holiday or to shirk any work that I could have been doing as I consider my walkabout about to be an important institution of my Australian upbringing my mom is an aborigine and she told me about the cuss this custom and I was hoping to meet some interesting aborigines that I could communicate indicate with but this was the most walkabout I think in his rite of passage not drink his walk this is so weird but this is mostly Isley desert that I would be in and unpopular places that usually unpopulated so I might not meet anyone I wanted to embrace a lifestyle that is firmly rooted in nature and I had hoped to develop specific nick skills and talents that would allow me to respond to this rural environment this was a way for me to stop binge watching that sure is something that I had been and doing way too much of at the time I should have taken a camera with me but all I cared was my Swiss army knife I was used to sleeping out under the stars and eaten a few bugs in my day spiders riders Lizards Scorpions and snakes did not scare me eating them no just separate thought oh of all the the Scorpions spiders lizards Scorpions snakes this guy is all over I was actually really expecting him to start telling what he was watching Netflix that is as long as they were not crawling all over me I knew that is going to be a hot dry and dusty however hated the humidity and as I was not really fond of flies and Mazey's excuse probably Australian idiom I enjoyed eating kangaroo when I got hungry so I thought that I was ready but I did not possess all the the secrets of survival and I didn't realize until it was too late at read that the outback claims an average of forty lives a year and I study up all the basic survival tips for being in the outback I knew how to light a fire without matches a new enough to wear a hat and to try and stay in the shade during the day I understood that the only thing that really matters in the outback is having enough water to drink and and I knew that I could never carry too much water with me is I would not be able to survive without it my mom showed me how to locate rock formations that are prone to catch water and these with likely would be likely to be safe to drink from she also taught me how to dig up below the surface where I might find water when I came across a dry creek bread bed my big mistake was I had not spent a lot of time being in areas that are well off the beaten track areas venomous creatures are looking at every step of the way. This is exactly what I think because you know like Australia has the most venomous animals yeah well it's weird that he's like I've I'm used to bugs and venomous creatures and eating Scorpions the the Bundy up but now he's like but I'm not used to venomous creatures and I'm like bitch you just said you are what's happening okay continue my first Dan this adventure I made a spear and I practised practice throws you got all the time I was going with an open mind and I thought that I might come in Handy as able to navigate by the sun during the day and also get bearings from the stars at night most of my time was spent searching searching for food but I do not stop at several waterholes to wash up and but I did stop at several waterholes to wash up and if they're big enough I did enjoy a leisurely dip from time to time I I had no particular destination mind so there was no hurry for me to get any place as a result I was taking it slow and easy moving along at my own pace after sixteen days of being in the outback that's insane Oh my God or holy showcase I was like he's taking a walk hike like why is he doing all this person out now this is like his like saying is right of passage so it stays in days this is making more sense now because he's going on a two hour hike and he's doing like a nine week like survival on this little hike okay sixteen days of being in the outback it started raining and the rain continued for several days which made the Earth Turn Red Earth turn green and the river started to overflow I I was so happy to see the rain that I started dense that I started dancing around it was coming down but after two days of a steady downpour and I wanted it and I climbed up a tree to feed out of the puddles that we're all around and that is when I saw that I I was not sure what I was looking at but then I put it together that this was indeed a Bunyip Bunyip dry saw had a long had long looking in front legs in thick short hind legs that appeared to be very strong had long closet and it was covered in grey feathers God when it was in the water it was able to swim like a frog rog but when it got to the shore it walked on its hind legs standing twelve or thirteen feet being about the size of a small cow I felt safe being up in a tree but my curiosity was starting to get the better of me and I wanted to get a closer look I was not sure if this creature was a ferocious carnivore Predator or maybe it was just a gentle urban for but I stayed up in the tree thinking that it's better to be safe than sorry that is the story I am sticking with and you can believe me or not okay you don't even know what to say well I think it's funny that like twelve or thirteen feet tall that's two of me can you imagine to like how tall it is he balcony of my house and then he's like yes so it was about the size of a small cow well what an like if accounted up straight they'd be pretty
Swiss army launches fitness app for future recruits
"It is a common wistful lament of people just past draftable age that much of what ails their particular country could be fixed by the introduction of national service to promote general moral and physical, fitness if Switzerland which very much has national service is. Any guide. However that may not be enough apparently concerned that recruits arriving not quite prepared for the rigors of military life. These Swiss government has launched a new app called ready team army intended to enable new boots to hit the ground running Mark in Zurich doing what this actually does. Does. It just tell you to go outside and run around the lottery that a bit more structured than that. Well, I mean firstly as you mentioned we we still do have mandatory service. I mean, it's actually quite compulsory service, Swiss man, it's actually quite easy together way, if you want to but this app, you know, it it it's a bit of a silly thing. Really? But what you can do is you can enter let's say you're a sixteen year old or young Swiss you can enter the kind of of army function that you want to prepare for, you know, if you want to be a a parrot a parachute commando or. You know, something like that the app will actually create a special work out program for you that that you can follow over the next couple of years to prepare you for for your service. It it. It's a funny little thing. I was I was quite surprised. They I read that the army's hoping for two hundred thousand downloads of the app in the first year. So there will be they will need to be many, many, many people in Switzerland who will download the app, and, you know, not because they want to get into the army, but maybe they just want to exercise a bit more. Marion general you are you a big fan of state programs to encourage healthier lifestyles among the population. Well, on the one hand, I'm not on the other hand you look Finland and the way that they increased life expectancy in reduced heart disease in Finnish population through a national campaign. A new thing fantastic, you can actually do this. But I think there was the there was a suggestion that maybe we could think of apps that you might use it in other places and the certainly a problem with army recruits in the UK. From with a professional army, and in the police where the levels of fitness aren't wonderful, and I sort of thought when we considering this that actually best apt to have would be to give you a sort of scenario that you actually lived in the inner London suburbs because I came back from Washington and was astonished the fitness level of Londoners racing up and down stairs ground racing up. Escalators marching down corridors it is spectacular. Just final thoughts on the idea of national service. Mark you mentioned that it is fairly easy to get out over. I know Minnie's people who have done that through one means or another. But is is the the idea of national service still holding up among the Swiss to people still think it's a good thing for country to have. All in. All. Yes. That's there's a very interesting thing that came up just in the last couple of years really when you hear and read about inequality in our populations. In most countries in in in developed nations. And and really worldwide inequality has risen now. The the the compulsory Swiss military service, actually, does does a very good thing in in in in fighting inequality because you get to spend a lot of time with people from all corners of the of the country. You get to spend a lot of time with people. You would. I mean, I live in Surrey. Eric. When I was in the army, I spent a lot of time with Swiss compatriots that lived in the mountains, they'd lived in villages that did other Jobson me people that I hardly ever met in my own urban bubble here in Zurich. So which actually actually is quite a good thing. Gaming care of creating a national
"swiss army" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"It's amazing. How quickly technology involves wonder if Steve Jobs before he passed? I wonder if he had any idea the impact that the iphone would have not just on the United States, but worldwide it's it's a global product. And here we are. And sometimes we lose track of this this digital Swiss army knife that slices and dice is and plays music. He can listen to CCOO radio on your I find your dot com. You can do virtually anything on your phone. You can take pictures. Of course, transcribe audio. We're walking around with these little supercomputers in our pockets and our purses. And we lose track of how amazing this is. Well, maybe the bloom is off the rose apparently apple told analysts that it would sell ninety one billion dollars worth of iphones q. Four of last year, they wound up selling only eighty four billion dollars. But that shook up the tech world stock market tanked yesterday. Apple said, look, we're having problems selling the iphone in China, which is experiencing something of an economic contraction. People just aren't buying them as much it's not the status symbol. It was even two or three years ago, and it brings up a larger challenge for apple and other tech companies people simply aren't replacing their attack as often as maybe they they were a few years ago when the advances were much more significant from year to year generation to generation now is there really that much of a difference between the iphone seven and now, the iphone ten Xsara, etc. Etc. And here's the thing..
"swiss army" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Is a bit on the chaotic side, isn't it? And I had to make the oh, I forgot something which I knew was coming. You know after a while you get to be seasoned on these things. Okay. But the difference is these days. The wife your other children. No, you're at the store. So now, you think you got everything and then the texts start coming. Oh, yeah. A while you're out, by the way, I need a Duraflame. Log. Okay. Sometimes can be a candidate absurd list of things that you wind up with when you get to the checkout. Hey, while you're out can you give me a paring knife? Yeah. So I got my wife a Swiss army paring knife. Nice. Yeah. And then it has every other instrument on it. So whatever she would have needed in my mother-in-law said did you get us a peeler? And I said, yes, I did. Yes. Swiss army knife, so reference the handy instructions for your Swiss army, what is it bigger? I gotta admit though, if I hear black Friday one more time, I may my head may explode like scanners standby everyone. Here we go. It's not what it used to be. It really isn't. I drove down McKnight road this morning. And there were not nearly the amount of people at all the, you know, the Plaza's outside the big box stores and all that. I mean, there was more activity. Yes. Yeah. I can tell when it's black Friday on my way into work. I come into work on the Parkway west inbound from the western suburbs. So you usually don't see much in the way of traffic on the Parkway when I come into work around three AM, and there was a lot of traffic. And I think part of that too. Is you know? Thanksgiving night is a night for people to unwind and go out and stay out late to. So there's that part of it as well people are commuting back to wherever they're going. But plus say can now shop online, and there are many deals. There are deals you just have to be a savage shopper of which I am not. So I defer this day to those who are much more experienced our job is to get you there. We'll give you the details of traffic weather. The latest news sports. It's all happening on Katy k it is indeed..
"swiss army" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Do I go to? I went to high didn't I know I'm way up here. I think you're fine. We started, we started. Okay. Bear with me everybody. All right. So he'll just in my microphone check one, two. Many all live on Instagram here. I guess I'll go off this Cup even though I'm actually gonna be using that Cup. So that's where I was having a hard time. I was going to set it up on the other microphone, but I'll set up on this Cup. Anyway, we're live on Instagram. We're live on Facebook. You can check us out. Live on YouTube and these bitches go up on other places to what Google play Google play. I tune Stitcher like we're all over the place. Mark bells power project pod bean sends me stuff all the time being on their of never even heard of them, but thank you for them. Oh, there you go. So Andrew Nye gotten some good conversation yesterday had a great podcast as always as usual and today was a busy day, did a lot of lot of meetings Andrew's been over here? Oh, Nick, platinum, what's up? Nick platinum. How a be homey. Andrew Nye had a busy day today. He was plugging away, upload and stuff messing with pictures and doing all the Andrew things that he does being the Swiss army knife that he is utility back. He's good for first down. Second down, third down, fourth down special teams could be third and thirteen. It could be fourth in one you don't. You don't really know. Andrew could be in the game, speaking of like Marcus Allen from back in the day. So I played tech mobile last night, no way, and it was Niners versus l. readers the Niners are hard to stop. Yeah, but it's throw to rice every time he catches it Rice's pretty amazing. But Jackson is really hard to stop. He's basically a possible Derek tuck says, what's up. You got to be careful that they might that say at too fast, screw it up, but. Anyway, yeah, tech mobile. You know, if you saw the giants. I think the hardest team stop because Mark Bavaro would do a little button hook, you know, catch from Phil Simms and like he just couldn't stop it. Even when you pick the other guys play in and it's all out blitz about just kinda peering over at the other guys control that a sin was so good. I remember shoes so cheap, some guy in the neighborhood. He called it a paddle. Don't we looking over at my paddle paddle. Troll, hey, you know what? Dude I'm hard up for friends to come over and.
"swiss army" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer
"He scores penalties. So he's jack-of-all-trades and he does it damn well as a Swiss army knife. In English army. Nice. That's true. Each just a fucking workhorse. Like you said. I mean, I have. I'm just like, who like this is James Milner? Like what? Like especially his performance in the Champions League, which I know we'll talk about tomorrow, but God. I mean, I feel like he's gonna be like one of those guys like you just don't like very underrated player because the front three are so like electric. Oh yeah. A grim agrout. And then also for media poked in the eye by for Tonkin. Without was nasty deep into the high socket. I posted that on our social media like Syria and like everyone else posting it. I like I cringe just up on anything is like when people get their throats cut movies again, like even even just saying that I just like fucking wins it like like that movie Sweeney, Todd, Johnny, Depp. I could watch it because I was like, oh, she's gonna cut. Everyone's fucking neck after he gives them a shave United. I couldn't. I can't do that shit and like watch too squeamish. Yeah, which is more wicked from you needed, like the ipads thing. Just trying to name a more conic person that could have patch. I'm just thinking like kill Bill who I mean, I mean, I patch any any pirate Barbosa a Nick, Nick fury. Oh, that's also true heads. Austin? I, yeah, the I mean, he lost his whole body so too, but he pulled it off. Well, Garth Nuder much better than Anna can Skywalker use my brother brother. Yes, Spurs are in trouble. I see put as a question, are Spurs in trouble. They've lost three straight games, which I think is so funny because people on Twitter, especially because the man you crew or like, you know, renew lose one game, but never loses her mind, but Fontanella loses three in a row. I'm counting to enter game from yesterday in like everyone's just like, wow pasta still such amazing. Fuck manager on like, I mean, there is some truth to that statement like imaginative winger. Did this last year or pep? Did this or Liverpool did this, but there's there's some media favorites and some media scapegoats, and podge is definitely a media favorite. It's going to be interesting to see what taught him can do next week when they, I think they play bright next week if they lose against Brighton, expect a media shit show. I wanna make like in the Premier League. I think hotch next pep right now has the most job security. Would you agree? I think in terms of job security, like I don't know like 'cause potch hasn't won like anything, but he's still like, but he's so really good, which is weird. You know, I mean, it's like in my sports brain, I'm like, trying to tell myself, he's really good, but the guy is one anything. I know the Tottenham listeners like arsenal fan, but like a like a, I like potch. Oh, why? But like I feel like any other manager would be getting torn to shreds. Right. Well, what about Liverpool when Klopp and his second year he finished seventh and there was no rumblings about him being fired. I think that, well, I think that was his defendant club. I mean, he came in half a year in east. Finally, getting all his players that he wants in like. Like impact is like this. This has been his squad, and this is his squad. They had for a while, you know, for club us coming in and like pretty much trying to like develop in create the Squatty has now just so we can see the end result and that is really fucking good. Yeah, I, I don't know. I'd say that pet potch Klopp are all tied in their job security. I think the other three teams or snow'll United and Chelsea. That's where the managerial issues might come to fold and be like, Yep, you're fired. At the end of this season. And might do it even if they win the league because you know, that's. I don't know arsenal did have the most secure job for like over two decades so true. Moving on to Manchester City versus Fulham..
"swiss army" Discussed on The Director's Cut
"Can you talk about sort of your cinematographer Larkin cycle shots? Some films that I love like cop, carring, Swiss army, man. He shot the this is American music video this year on ROY, talk about sort of how you came to collaborate and what that was like. So you probably doesn't want me to say this, but he hit us up on video. Nine years ago or something now and just said like, we should go out and have lunch. And we love that especially with like younger guys. He's a little bit younger than we. And so we connected really quickly and we did a commercial really quickly and then suddenly that turned into five commercials, and then we went to Russia and did a Nike with him. And once you earn Moscow together that it's like you're bonded. And so yeah, he just became a go-to guy for us and we'd like to spread it around a little bit when it comes to cinematographers when not just the, we've got one guy only we, we kind of like the difference that that can give. And when it came to this movie, it became very apparent very quickly. That lockin would be right for this. He has a grittiness to essense ability that he's perfect for this film, but he also knows how to play with toys. He knows how to get slick material, and I think that shows all the work you just mentioned swissarmy man, especially has a real hot and is really beautiful. But it's also got this kind of hand made quality to it, which is great. And we wanted similar things for this and the way he treats an image is well, you genuinely cares about having something that feels classic and just like us. We wanted to contrast a lot of those high tech visuals with something that is very grainy ingredient feels like it will shut them film even though we shot. Alexa Minnie's pretty much and he talked about beating up the image a lot as did Alex Bickel l. a. colorist both of them were on exactly the same pages us. Let's take all the slippery away. Let's take all the glossy nece that you would expect from a movie that has these type of concepts in it. Let's throw that shit away. You don't need that. And we agreed that's kind of the India aesthetic that we wanted to approach the film way. So we show it almost exclusively sixteen hundred. On the Alexa, which obviously has a built in sort of grain structure to it, but then added a really nice of structure with with Alex on top and say everything. Even some of the cleaner things we gritted up a bit. What's your process like? Do you guys storyboards or only we'll look, this is the first time for us. I mean on commercials, yes, everything you kind of forced to and whether you want to not and often we don't want to because we wanted to bit free, oh, when we get on set for this, but we asked a lot of questions through a lot of people of like, how do you guys do it when it comes to storyboards? That was one thing that I was really wondering about. And we, we basically came down to story both the action sequences story board, the complicated ones, let everything else be a little free, but have a short list and idea of going in. And occasionally you would step onto set and be like, what are we doing and made fun of lockin with figure it out. During the process. Can you sort of talk about what was sort of the most challenging moment for you and then what? What your most conversely, what you're most proud of in the film? Yeah. Great question. We'll firstly, we shot in Toronto in the winter. So that is challenging mainly mainly yet..
"swiss army" Discussed on The CyberWire
"Swiss army knife i guess yeah well let's let's go ahead and dig into some of the technical details here take us through how it works what are we dealing with sure so the way this at work is the tax would find the device and we don't know exactly what their initial exploit would be so this is a this is an important point because a lot of people i think have read over this we don't know the initial exploit we just don't know what it is we find vices that have already been compromised we find firmer images that are back toward devices meaning that obviously they plan to get remote execution under devices but we don't know that initial entry point now what we've found is that all the devices we've looked at if you google them you'll find several security issues and so we believe is happening is the attacker is basically targeting devices that have known publicly available exploits other than compromising that device and then implanting what we call vpn filter stage one on vpn filter stage one is persistent you cannot raise it by rebutting you cannot easily get rid of it it's gonna stay on there until you reinstall everything that that that's i think that's a misperception because the will lot of what i've seen i think you know even perhaps what we've reported is that you could take care of this by you know unplugging the device and plugging it back in again so that's not the case with this for stage absolutely not and it has been a little bit misreported now where the rumor came from and of course you know we can't predict when these things happen unfortunately i believe it was back in the united states during memorial day right before constitution day and the anniversary of the not pet yet tack we were forced to take action with this so i wanna kind of explain why the gave that advice it was basically to buy time we were concerned that they were going to attack on the university of the not pet you campaign or constitution day and ukraine and of course the ukraine cyberpolice actually publicly stated that they were concerned about the the football match the championship games were actually going to be potential impacted and so long story short everyone's hands were tied we had to respond the fbi chimed in with the best advice they could sing look you know if you are infected with this if you believe her infected with this if you rebuilt your router you'll at least do something bad to the bad guy because what that would do is it would load the plug ins which are really various bits and unload the stage to payload which had even worn various bits and knock them back to like the most simplistic version of the mauer now and stage one the attacker can truly come back and reinfect the machine but they have to come back for it right there's not an easy way for them to come back they would have to touch every single important they wanna reactivate and so that did by law enforcement some time and you know potentially may have stopped the attack right we never did see an attack and so that could be due to the fact that we pointed out how it works pointed out how to block it we pointed out who was behind it.
"swiss army" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Four hours more than me wonderful anyway and being the practical fellas that we are we changing the wheel only to realize that we didn't have the adopter to get the the plastic covers from of the nuts off so with can get are not self and we were a bit stock and several people came to try and help we call the local garish they were on their way when the old mine the my cannoli peanut incentives for more trusted mechanic fifteen years because he was an absolute wizard wasn't the old man appeared and he investigated the good look he established while the problem was when penknife out weap the penknife i i mean this was this can three minutes later we got a new will know quaint but he did with his penknife i am not starts all that we we requires sign we'll we're gonna this new call them for the spreadsheet she is gonna have somebody's going to need to have a pen knife everyday deepen his pockets to an old style penknife and rounded umbrella branded utah swiss army knife type bite writer all this this was a swiss army knife type of old old boy not only did he get the the covers off the nuts he he then just to over he wouldn't he wouldn't accept any citizen over and within about six minutes that we always replace it was wonderful so here we are and we're on our way to the airport the koch are respected flights home no dial dining last night in our hotel we we we breathe the same air as did our wine as feisty new copy i copies we did faustino is a bit of a fixture by rice protection particularly in this area of the north west of italy he still lives in piemonte think he lives in taran and he's been around as i say sort of on the fringes of the second for wall and he was in the restaurant wasn't well we would drink king remember we're drinking last night and you pay wayne dot much attention it was local baldo stan read very good i find it quite thrilling to be in the same room as i copy son he does bear resemblance to him he's still very dark hair he'll sit best.
"swiss army" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"The enemies contest other it's missiles are our air or airplanes and use all that information to defeat the enemy is that am i am i being too general or is that the way they brag about it no that's that's a very very clever way of using this you don't have to put it exactly in harm's way you can keep it on the or you can use that the knowledge of where an enemy radars and keep the aircraft more or less pointed at the radar so you have the least amount of returns and meanwhile you're running the battlespace from from above and we know that the israelis have a long history of of using drones and clever ways and not to mention communications with ground forces there's it's such a swiss army knife of an aircraft that that it's hard to know what it's doing but we know that it's in operation and we know that it stays saying it'd be exact threat was built to defeat and vice versa and that's the point in time we're at and it's like game on time these guys like the the s three hundred is good the s for one hundred is said to be better do the russians the russians wanna kill do they would that help them to kill one of the f thirty five's i can't imagine that it wouldn't shooting in missing is not the worst thing in the world is sort of odd skew towards the defender if you shoot down one us stuff aircraft you've got licensed to brag don't add an sales promo they showed him the video shooting down beaches after five s twenty two years i've watched videos live salesman this is one that's designed to do and if it does it oh yeah that's a big now the russians who have their as three hundred there on the scene don't necessarily want to be the ones that do it the the iranians if they shouldn't miss can almost guarantee israelis come back and blow it up right so they're reasons not to shoot but the two syrians won't have that in the syrians are now saying the russians are now saying we may comply with the series or again that's three hundred or several systems gel papa larva setting the scene in for the battle over syria the f thirty five and the s three hundred i'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show.
"swiss army" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"Moving on meadow just agreed i don't even have anything to that because i don't date some like you didn't call actually when i m people call me the next day i'm like been through enough what more do you want from me well mild for two hours so now moving on we go to karen and she goes to what looks like it's a law firm or something like that to see matt buyers and which who've met the season he is her assistant slash lawyer slash publicist and so this it down at this conference table and what was so funny the editors are so shady they say matt and the chirons has matt and bloated says karen's in quotes assistant that is socially because this guy a professional you know and they call him an assistant so rude in the best were gps i'm guessing yeah yeah he's like you call them the swiss army gay was he was either swiss army gay was that someone else i think he was this army gay actually gave someone else but we can have multiple swissarmy gays because he's like he's a little bit of everything for her yeah she's like would you like to open this unbelievable or unscrew this bottle of wine would you cook well welcome welcome to discovery phase of my business fragrance by karen karen fragrance discovery i'm here for discovery so karen's like thank you for taking time out of your busy day i love the beauty industry but most of all i love empowering women and he's just nodding like jesus you know this is every conversation with her it's like i'm gonna ask that to pull the weeds today but i'm going to say it like this on love and having women which is why i believe in women with front yards can inspire other women no women should have been a front yard that's what i believe matt so we'd nine thank you thank you for helping me on this journey map yeah so she says everyone needs to.
"swiss army" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"Are the link that brian jeans never fail jeans bill tell yeah that for me the first time the four of us went and saw movie together and we are sitting in my parents are extremely affectionate they're always holding hands while they were holding hands and my husband and i were holding hands and i looked over we're watching swiss army man which is a great romantic but i looked at like this is this is everything for me right now i'm sitting in my husband's hand in my parents are holding campbell the hands of the ones that you love while there is a bloated farting corpse on screening is really nothing better goes that's actually the name of mine memoir but that is a bloated floating core of daniel radcliffe i'll be first in line it was so good it is it's those moments that are amazing and my husband and i by the way discovered creep because we watched so many other plastic on net flicks it popped up one night and he said well yeah let's try this let's watch this and then we watch that and the second one because they're so good fun to make they're so good oh my god can you talk and talk about creepy little bit those are just little arts and crafts movies the pit me of it i mean the first movie we made it was just me and patrick and our editor chris the three of us with a little camera trying to get back to that this is john mode really of way of making things and what was fun about those is that we we shot for six days we edit it together showed our friends half of it was garbage half it was good then we went back up and shop for three more days it was almost like the shooting of the movie was what people normally do what the script writing process but we would just kept shooting and shooting shooting and discovering the movie and it was so much fun to make an so liberating to be able to move so quickly and not have a big crew that's an albatross that you have to explain everything and move the trucks and you know we had an idea for seeing we would just get up and.
"swiss army" Discussed on Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats
"A css styles you define sort of locations or posed positions so for instance you could have a menu right which is the closed position would be translated off screen and then the open position is translated on screen and then you simply are just passing what state this animation is into the react component and that actually takes care of all the animations so instead of saying hey this is active or not active you're saying this is open or closed and you don't have to do anything with css it worked really well was dolled components it works well with any sort of other component or whatever like that there's also some really excellent flip animation techniques which we've talked about flip animation a little bit before but it's where you late to the beginning and ending position in the animate between the two so there's just a lot of tools for really excellent animations i just rebuilt the level up log in system to use pop motion pose instead of just sort of normal css transitions and let me tell you there's some really cool stuff for really animating well on announcing and mounting which is in particular something that i found to be not so much fun is animating the announcing state and things typically and css transition group in transition group for react to get you so far let me say the syntax this is quite a bit better so if if right now if you don't mind having things not working or you know really kinda crushing through it a little bit while you go through some examples pop motion poses a really really cool library i've had nothing but really excellent results from these animations here so i i'm really excited to try to use it in a more thorough way but i've been a big fan of this library lately this is really cool because pop motion is just a i'm just looking at what 'cause pop motion poses specifically for react but pop motion itself as a swiss army.
"swiss army" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"You know on my seventeenth point guard he's one of seventeen think about that he is a professional practice player he really practices well those are some heavy those are heavier compliment that like that's next level white guy cliche like great practice player he's kind of the swiss army knife of i back court waiting for that one that's how bad i was i wasn't even a good practice player he's a professional practice player tj mcconnell last night had a two handed layup he did he did somewhere guys who used to shoot underhand we're spiralling when tj mcconnell shot if he shot free throws underhand omega bonkers legend yeah absolutely an absolute legend phone calls coming up mock headlines from fritzy this is fans v fritzy with bonk headlines here and i've got some of these pretty good do it cavsraptors coming up next hour dan shaughnessy boston globe columnist what he thinks the celtics in sixers series and boston avenue to beat cleveland tj mcconnell gritty gutty probably the son of a coach will join us in the final hour show phone calls coming up next hour have you checked out the big podcast with shack here podcast one yeah we talked basketball but we're a lot more than just sports this lady she's seven it's new everything about me everything sports and laughing she says i love you podcast and laughing but i hate that john listen free to the big podcast shack exclusively on apple podcasts podcast one dot com and the podcast one f if you love the show share it with fred and leave us a rating and review now eighteen can help protect your family at home and on the go get started with eighty ts best offer an at starter kit and security camera installed free a savings of four hundred forty nine dollars plus you'll get at go the new family mobile safety app and service for twenty four seven emergency response to eighty feet dot com slash podcast today to take advantage of he's best offer with thirty six month monitoring contract easy pay an early nation and activation fees apply additional charge for at go premium services after three thirty one eighteen certain markets excluded licenses available eighty dot com offer.
"swiss army" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Stone he is the swiss army knife of on the edge of me favereau not uh i'm gonna get into this in a bit here we've we've been over this before couple times on the show it's the economic bill of rights often referred to as the second bill of rights expert excerpted from franklin roosevelt message to congress and state of the union so here's roosevelt bar who mussalini heralded as a brother fascist that's no lie and mussolini's that with good uh logic driven reason now brazil was a fascist and he's delivering a state of the union and he puts in their something called the is often referred to as the second bill of rights oregon to that in a bitter mistook this right off to the side but before we do that only get back into the sky who wants you to get free income which ties into this it's two thousand eighteen and the education system has i'd say failed us because the education system really educated people this guy this andrew yang who's out in california and he's the democrat party presidential nominee for two thousand well he he's he's going to try to get the presidential nomination in two thousand twenty second make and of course but this guy wouldn't think like this i mean he'd have an opinion but he noted it's absurd he wants to give everybody two thousand dollars a month three income freedom dividend now this is water cooler talk in silicon valley you've got that what's his name said the same thing um all bill gates talked about this the talk about how uh and verona blake on the.
"swiss army" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"The ones doing when you leave that one it stops right there synagogue miss anything by miss anything i'm watching because i want to see the train wreck i i'm not watching so that i can watch some idiot on television screen happy new year whatever no no no no i'm watching to see whatever the train wreck as and i gotta tell you fox had the worst entertainment and history of mankind cnn had what's call it uh what's his name there who is married to nicole kidman swiss army knife is a keith urban keith keith irvine is beyond talented i don't care of the i love her head country beyond talented so they had him in the cnn a special because there were nashville those do like an assault sows in florida zones those new orleans in that idiot don lemon again in new orleans uh with the whatever that girls name about more about that in the second biggest cnn was disgusting this year i mean actually smoking weed on camera pretty much so anyway at that's nola there there are pushing we'd on cnn but anyway keith urban as a nashville and i noticed he's he's in the middle of a stays bandstand tobacco co hanging and he's plan just akhtar by himself and he starts singing like a mentally us the pool to them getting chills and i realized it took me a second or two that every song he was doing was by somebody who died in two thousand seventeen i mean the obvious one was you deduct out of the do which tolan manager of glenn campbell then he did icdc back in black and i mean he was doing all the people that have passed and i'm gone home icon discussed so good and every every uh us probably on uh on youtube after surf that on an and post that but it was quite a tribute and the guy so talented that was the highlight of new jersey i the here uh what's her name there to on on fox if you saw the fox offering was jesse waters in that woman kennedy kennedy who used to be an mtv video dj i remember her very first who is that chick on mtv 'cause i.
"swiss army" Discussed on The How-To Heretic
"Catholic men between nineteen and thirty who have completed their training in the swiss army years but ladies and gentleman listeners at home if you haven't ever seen an image of the swiss guard it's imperative that you can build on the now because look is a look they look look look like yeah like a commando attacked a gesture and on and it is a nation defended by jackinthe box is it's the silliest silliest thing you could possibly imagine just know that that court jester hasn't hk submachinegun under his a pantaloon sesotho phisoana and there at the hot look i don't know how to handle a hallberg but i bet they do and i don't want to be on that he's got this at here's god hope yeah exactly one thinks it's just for first silliness because who knows how to use a spear well i'll tell you who does appear in the swiss guards pierre the switch in the end garden schweizer i think is a weapon that can be defeated by just staying in the car however competitors it freighter but it's you might think or just not taken the fight against so that all that silly should aside here's the really really weird thing about this oh we haven't gotten a okay no so the holy see it is is it is the rules and all the regulations and all the things about being catholic codified k but it is the the legal entity of the holy see remember they dropped the sea saturday which means seat larry the legal corporate personage that is the holy see.
"swiss army" Discussed on I Am Rapaport
"So who's a sicko the crowd and and body and the little low shorty shoe okay so let's q the sick for could week music miles please do it is not giving coal being sick these guys sick lock them up to two metamouse do you want to talk to you this it's not what no no no i got one they're check this out colorado man john hacksaw kelly whereas no medical license has been arrested for using our swiss army night to hack off his transgendered lover scott remove his testicles in the liberal dale so money made an incision and the glud start to spurt everywhere and he was doing there she in the rule he said he got tired of seeing this all his gerber come on man y'all maher what we're seeing this on your girl and your free to air the he as a she and she has a has a pipe that's not a girl you fuck fucking lunatic and then you decided to to to to do the procedure on your own right in the liberal and an inch she and he okay debt you sitting will let me just cut to shiddo is that's the sick fox of the week if you never we at the report stereo podcast that is a perfect example to the person die oh you know the bulls can't be reattached his foot up his should is all mutilated damn this is another sick for the week in florida arm ira poor stereo podcast fans sent me this guy stuff a few weeks ago and i think he just was arrested i don't remember who sent it to me a you know we we appreciate all the love from all the fans all participation from all the fans of the iron repport stereo podcast of we we love at all i don't remember who sent me this put somebody pointed out there is a guy in florida.