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The Charlie Kirk Show
Citizen Kane on the Press's Sad Effort to Take Down Tucker Carlson
"Cain, welcome back to the program. What's up, Charlie? I've made the 90° churn towards the laptop away from the monitor. Let's talk. So Kane, I love the links that you're posting here. I want to just get your big picture analysis in the last couple of weeks on Tucker's departure. You've been linking a lot to it. What are you seeing? What are you hearing? How should we think about this? Well, it's the defamation of Tucker Carlson. There's certainly trying. I caught the first ten minutes of your excellent open this morning talking about those text messages. Obviously, I saw that story on drugs last night. He's going big with it. It's funny, you know, drugs turns to the left, and now several years later, some people would argue sooner Fox News is kind of is turning that way. Obviously, someone is coordinating some leaks here. There's a great town hall story that has four or 5 videos, quote unquote, leaked Tucker Carlson videos from a media matters reporter on Twitter. So I would tell people to look at that, but it's all backfiring because this sort of leaked audio stuff leaked video from Tucker on his set before broad before, filming begins. They show that Tucker's a real guy. Regarding those texts, I'm with you a 100%. They did not show Tucker Carlson as a racist. Let's ask Simon at taba. The White House reporter who has been blacklisted by Karen Jean Pierre, ask him if he thinks Tucker's a racist. You know, you'll get a response that Fox News won't like. And you know, one other thing, a little birdie told me here recently that, well, this week, Lawrence Jones is filling in for Tucker at 8 p.m.. By the way, you were correct to mention that the 8 p.m. slot on Fox News is down 50%. I just posted a story that the overall MSNBC beat Fox News in prime time ratings, two nights ago. It's
The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"taba" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Welcome back to the brisket dot com calling show. Bobby Newman James Scully before we get to James best play of the weekend and talking about some of the big races at Oak Lawn. Let's go back out to the phone. Steve in New York. You've got Bobby and James on the brisket dot com calling show. Bells, how's it going? Hey, Steve, how are you? Good. Good, good, good. So I really want to actually two questions actually after you guys. So one, I'm really pumped for time this week. I feel like this horse, maybe it's just me, you guys let me know. I think this horse doesn't really get the recognition deserves. I think you're going to be, I think it's the best older horse coming into the year. And I think you're just going to be spectacular in the Saudi company and hopefully goes on to the Dubai World Cup, but the question I have is like, one, do you agree that he's not getting the recognition because I feel like more people should be talking about him in this addict cup this week. But two, the benefits of, is he, I know he can't go to the dirt, but is the suspension up because I was wondering if like to run in the Whitney? Please appreciate the call, Steve. So the answer to the second part is yes. Baffert is cleared to race anywhere that is not a Churchill, a CDI owned property. The nairo suspension ended, if he wanted to, he could run horses in the Gotham. He just can't earn Derby points by running horses in the Gotham, and that's why the horses are going to another trainer. But he is allowed to run horses in New York. He just can't earn the Derby points. What do you think about taba James as far as Steve saying that you think that he's maybe a little bit undervalued on the nationwide scale? Well, I mean, I think I don't really think he's undervalued coming into this year from a perspective of like the older horse division. I think people are going to readily like rate him and, you know, now that our collector won that Pegasus, they're going to be like among the top two or three ranked horses. His last comes off a real sharp win in the Malibu, which is the same race that flight line one in his three year old finale. He was third in the breeders cup classic before that Iran didn't the pin Derby. So yeah, he's got a lot going for him. He didn't make his debut until March. And if he wins that Saudi cup, obviously he's facing all these international horses, some to Japanese horses and his stablemate as well country grammar. You know, that will be a real positive sign. I think he, you know, if he comes back to U.S. healthy, even if he doesn't win the Saudi cup, he's going to take some beating wherever he shows up this summer. All right, let's head back out to the phone's Bobby in Lexington, you're on the bris net dot com call in show. Hey guys, really enjoy the program. I'm looking at the rebel and it's a very interesting race.
"taba" Discussed on WTOP
"Of ways. We're looking at increasing number of guests. But cherry Rudolph taba Sola, who's with the restaurant association of metropolitan Washington says the proposal to extend the 12 busiest bus routes in D.C. 24 hours a day is huge for workers. They get off work, closing the kitchen, closing at the bar, ten 11 plus at night. Under the plan offered by ward 6 councilman Charles Allen, late night service would run in all 8 wards of the city, giving workers the option to avoid ride shares if they work into the early morning hours. In downtown D.C., John dome in WTO P news. A jewelry scam in a fairfax county has been shut down and the people accused of setting it up are facing charges. It's a bizarre case of cash for fake gold. The latest incident happened when a man was heading home on the bell way back in October. Fairfax county police say that's when he saw three people stranded and stopped to help. The woman 39 year old magdalena maisel said they needed money to continue their trip and offered what turned out to be fake gold. They eventually drove the man to four ATMs, emptying his accounts. Now days after the incident, police found the group on the side of the road again, a search uncovered cash and fake gold jewelry. They're now facing several charges including abduction and robbery. They are believed to be connected to other crimes in the area. Anyone with information should contact fairfax county police. Melissa Howell WTO penis. Bubble soon find out the location of the new FBI headquarters, the three finalists are greenbelt and landover in Maryland, and Springfield, in Virginia. During a Senate committee, meeting yesterday, Maryland democratic senator Chris van hollen brought up equity as a reason why it should be moved to prince George's county. There is no doubt. No doubt that the majority black prince George's county has gotten the short end of the stick. While prince George's county has about 20% of the region's workforce, it hosts less than 5% of the region's office space. A group of civil rights organizations recently sent a letter to the Biden administration advocating for Maryland's sites and how the FBI headquarters relocation will impact income inequality in the region. A historic moment in fairfax county this week, school superintendent Michelle Reid held a community conversation at a mosque in falls church. It's the first time a county superintendent is visited the mosque in an official capacity. Parents and students asked about school staffing and security challenges with many local Muslim community members expressing concerns about bias. See how mama dean, a student at fairfax high school says sometimes she gets singled out. Especially as a Muslim young girl in
The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"taba" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Only give the best edge, but also prioritization in my life. I got to ask, what's the first thing that you either bought or thought about buying after the victory with the 550 K? You know, it's hilarious as my wife was with me. And she'd been racing tolerance and got really. I know how that goes, buddy. I know exactly how that goes. But she was all in by the end of that tournament. Screaming, we are the champions as we exit the parking lot as nightfall had hit us. And so with her there, it was a very easy thing just to hand the check. Actually, they don't give you, you can ask for the live cash in cash. But they wrote us a check. We have it in the bank account. But they're also going to send another check. So that's in the mail. But really we're setting their sites on their new house. So nothing better than sports and family than having another property. So that's where we're going. Nothing exciting yet. I thought about making like a green masters jacket, but that action hasn't been taken yet. That's awesome. Drew, one last thing I wanted to ask you, because I was there, I know some people who were in the BC BC. I've never taken part in these large tournaments myself. But I went there onto the level where they had all the contestants who were live there, a keen. Or certainly a bulk of the contestants who were live there at keenland. And I noticed that they basically, they let every contestant bring one guest and they have tables set up that hold four people. So you and a guest are going to be sitting with another contestant and his or her guest. Is there any sort of I mean, is it a friendly banter in there or people kind of staying to themselves? Because even though you're all in it together, everyone is kind of your enemy in there. Yeah, a little bit, but I think the camaraderie is what makes it special. And no one knows what you're playing at the end of the day. So there's not too much of a hostility by any stretch. And it is a great way to experience the breeders cup, if anyone's looking for a VIP experience, Tim schram was able to get everyone enclosure passes, which will what the owners and trainers had to see the horses. And it's just a great way to bring you and someone else in my case, my wife, to just have a great two days. And at our table, we actually were allowed to reserve our seating and we're able to sit with last year's VC BC champ in 2019 to be CBC champ and then a plethora of other handicappers that we know. So we had a unique one, but I'll tell you what, coming into where people needed to make their moves about a race after before the distaff. There was some tension that you could cut through. Certainly very interesting, really appreciate you taking the time drew, congratulations, fantastic win, look forward to seeing what your exploits lead to in 2023. Thank you so much. Thank you. Boy, that was. An unbelievable win. Needing flight line to cash for over a half a $1 million and by the way, not only just as it turns out needing flight line to win, but what he didn't realize was needing taba not to run second to flight line. So olympiad outrunning tava in the final 8th of a mile or so coupled with flight line running off and hiding from the field, catapulting drew coatney to success in this year's BC BC boy. What an agonizing stretch run that must have been for the person who had the $30,000 straight exact or from flight line to taba, knowing the taba is spent in the final furlong and olympiad is grinding away at him and eventually going on
The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"taba" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Yeah, right or wrong. Am I right? What do you think? All right guys, let's kick it off with Teva who rolled to a three length win over zanden and cyber knife in last weekend's Pennsylvania Derby. After the race, his trainer Bob Baffert said he is getting better and better. He is a horse that has been slowly improving. He proved today he is a good horse. So my question to you is the connections of number one ranked flight line should be concerned about this rapidly improving three year old. Is that right or wrong? What do you think? Right or wrong? Dale? Wrong. No reason to be concerned. He's a good horse, but he's lightly raised this year. Don't think he's going to scare a flight line off some of these other old horses. Either they're all, I don't think that he's ready to take his claim for the top of the class. Jimmy. Well, well, flight lines will erase twice himself, but this year, but obviously go back to what I said earlier. No, I think it's wrong too. I don't think that the flight that John Sadler, his crew and all those people out there are worried about table right now. Maybe tape is good. He is good. He's a darn good horse. He's proved it, that he's still improving a lot. And you know, as long as he stays away from being on the inside, you know, maybe he's the horse that hits the board in the classic. I don't think he beats flight line. I don't know if I don't think he beats life is good, but he's an improving horse and probably a better next year. Is he the best three year old in the country right now, Timmy? Well, you know, this is a game. What have you done for me lately and off the Pennsylvania Derby? A lot of people would say yes, but you know, you don't forget what epicenters done. I mean, that was center has shown up just about every time he's come out to the races. I mean, second in the Derby second in the Preakness, winning the Travers. You know, yeah, he's been out of sight out of mind for a month. People shouldn't forget about him. He's a darn good horse too. I think epicenter is the best three year old colt in the country right now. Taba might be gaining some ground and I think if charge it had not gotten the abscess issue and forced into mister Travis, he might have been right there with him too. Yeah. Well, it'll be interesting to see how teba stacks up against flight line and all the other older horses in that breeder's cup classic if indeed he makes it to keenland in early November. All right, number two, and I could resist this one, guys. We're gonna have some fun here. In honor of today being national hair day, I'm gonna throw this statement out there. Dale, Steve ask listen, has the greatest hair in racing. Is that, right? Or wrong. Yeah, right or wrong. Am I right? Absolutely wrong. I'm counting. I'm counting the people in the press Jonathan kitchen secretary. Of hair and as for using it best would be Sam. Oh wow. Timmy? Wow. Well, I'm gonna go wrong too. I mean, yeah, Steve's got a nice head of cabbage on there. But, you know, I'm going to Trevor denman with race caller out in San Anita. I think he's got a pretty good mop on his head and how about safi Joseph with the man bun. He's got to be right up there. And are we including women in this? If so, I'm putting chantel Sutherland in there. She's got a nice head of hair on her. Yep. Perfect. I like that. The rest of them are salmon. You know, sappy John pretty strong. They're so wrong on that. All right. Yeah, saf is pretty strong. I like that one, Timmy. All right, that is right or wrong for this Saturday morning. Again, we'll do that again. Next Saturday as well. Fun
The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"taba" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Joel Rosario, who was aboard for his maiden win. For you, taba for me. I don't think a lot of people remember this, but for about three quarters of a mile in the Haskell, it looked like table wasn't doing anything. And then Mike Smith took him out from the inside and put him to the outside and it's like there was renewed energy and all of a sudden he was into the bit, and he made this big move. And I think what I'm not a 100% sure, but it kind of looks like table is not very comfortable being in and behind horses. So the good news and bad news of it is this. I think everyone knows this now and I think Mike Smith knows this and he's going to keep this horse outside. The bad news is that means he's going to lose a little bit of ground. And if you're somebody who uses like rags and sheets or something like that, he's always going to get a better number than some of the others because he's going to be losing ground, but I think that's the way that taba is going to be ridden and needs to be ridden and I think if he stays out in the clear and he's focused for the entire race and not just the final three furlongs of the race, he's going to be tough to beat. I like the fact that he's only run four times I think he has a lot more room for improvement than some of the others. I'm going to try taba to see if he can get back to his winning ways in the grade one Pennsylvania Derby. All right, let's move north of the border to woodbine the start our Sunday action. We're going to look at four Sunday stakes. One right now before our final break and it's the grade three vigil for three year olds and up going 6 furlongs on the main track up at wood mine. It's race number 8 on the Sunday card approximate post time four 50 Eastern Time. 9 of them going to post individual day and the morning line favorite is number 5 candy overload for Mark Cassie and Patrick husbands. Yeah, this is first time with Mark Cassie for candy overload. Who last time out ran against a bunch of horses in this race. Candy overload on August 13th ran against number 6 lucky score and number 7 AV splatter and number 8 secret reserve and it was kind of a difficult race to sort out secret reserve one at over ten to one and got far and away the best trip and candy overload went way, way wide and obvious splatter went way, way, wide, and I watched this a couple of times. I'm just not sure how to sort the whole thing out. And then I looked at this race more carefully and I'm like, there is no speed in cure. So I started looking at number two Clayton very carefully, who I think has speed, but I think it's tactical speed. I think Clayton is going to be close. I don't know if Clayton is going to be in front. And then I shifted my view to rock crest. Number 9, who I completely understand has not beaten or run against anything remotely close to this good. I just think rock crest is going to clear. And I don't know if rock crest is good enough to go wire to wire, but at 12 to one, maybe I'm getting a little bit cute and maybe 6 furlongs isn't as good as 5 for a long, but I'm going to play rock crest to go wire to wire. All right, so number 9, rock crust for Dave. I went to the 7 80s flatter. I just think that he was unprepared at the start last time out. He's never coming from ten links out of it in any of his races. In fact, his good races, he's kind of just right in behind the pace within a length and a half, two, two and a half lengths of the lead and comes running. He was able to close from ten lengths back while going 7 wide last time out and got beat a half a length when it was completely against him in the bold venture. I think with a better start, he's a lot closer and has a lot less than he has to do under regular rider Luis Contreras. AV's flatter for me to take the grade three vigil race 8 on woodbine's Sunday card. I'm going to take our final time out when we come back. We're going to look at a Sunday stake at aqueduct and two big stakes at Remington park. This is the weekend stakes preview presented by naira bets on the horse racing radio
AP News Radio
Train derailment in east Iran kills at least 21, injures 47
"Iran's state run IRNA news agency says a passenger train has derailed in eastern Iran killing at least 21 people and injuring 47 others The train operated by the state run Islamic Republic railway carried some three 50 people as it traveled from tabas some 340 miles from Tehran to the city of yazd based on images after the crash it appeared the train's locomotive had passed an excavator and the later cars somehow
"taba" Discussed on WTOP
"9 53 jurors in Virginia have acquitted a former Virginia tech football player of second degree murder issei memb a toute was found not guilty in the 2021 death of 40 year old Jerry Smith of Blacksburg a dating app had matched the two and prosecutors had alleged that a two day became enraged and beat Smith to death when he discovered he was a man and not a woman The state of Maryland is being sued by a group of taba county residents over its approval of a massive development on the eastern shore that the residents say would pollute the Chesapeake Bay The suit filed by the resident led Talbot integrity project against the Maryland department of the environment escalates in nearly two decades long battle over plans to build 2500 homes in trap That's a rural eastern shore town of about 1200 people It alleges that a sewer plan for the lakeside at trap development approved by the agency would further pollute a small creek that leads into the vein and that's a violation of Maryland law With COVID cases continuing to rise around the nation when Maryland county is now recommending wearing a mask indoors and on public transit the Anna rundle county health department is updating its masking guidance after the CDC changed that county's community transmission level from medium to high The county health officer and county executive are asking everyone in annual county to consider wearing a mask and to get vaccinated Recovering from COVID could be causing some people to temporarily lose lots of hair Hair shedding a few months after the body undergoes significant stress is not unique to surviving COVID Some examples include infections so illnesses particularly ones that cause high fevers or even hospitalizations Doctor Jamie Goldberg is a Kaiser permanente dermatologist She says it also happens after pregnancy and can continue for two 5 months It can take a full year for not only the hair to stop shedding but for it to go back to its previous thickness Christy king WTO P news Money news at 25 and 55 let's get the latest now from Jeff clay ball A.
"taba" Discussed on WTOP
"Step Africa's latest show drum folk playing at arena stage from May 31st inspired by the stone O rebellion of 1739 when enslaved Africans were banned from using drums This is the story of movement told through movement that shaped African American culture and transformed the country They took the drums away but they could not stop the beat Step Africa's drum folk at arena stage tickets at arena stage dot org This is WTO P news It's 7 53 jurors in Virginia have acquitted a former Virginia tech football player of second degree murder Issei memin a two a was found not guilty in the 2021 death of 40 year old Jerry Smith of Blacksburg a dating app had matched the two in prosecutors had alleged that a two day became enraged and beat Smith to death when he discovered he was a man and not a woman The state of Maryland being sued by a group of taba county residents over its approval of a massive development on the eastern shore that the residents say would pollute the Chesapeake Bay That suit found by the resident led Talbot integrity project against the Maryland department of the environment escalates in nearly two decades long battle over plans to build 2500 homes and trap That's the rural eastern shore town It has about 1200 residents It alleges a sewer plan for the lakeside to trap development approved by the agency would further pollute a small creek that leads into the bay in violation of Maryland law Three years ago you could find almost half a dozen different places making beer in ocean city Well now you can't find any It works already started to change that WTO's John doman kicks off the summer beach preview with a visit to the new breweries popping up When backshore brewing closed its doors for good last November it meant you had to leave the resort town to get locally made beer and that didn't sit well with head brewer Nathan Todd It's important to me that ocean city gets to keep a brewery Later this summer he'll open the other one brewing company as part of the new embers restaurant complex The name is both an ode to a Grateful Dead song but also because whenever he visit a popular well-known craft brewery always those like smaller micro breweries nano breweries that we would come across that nobody was really talking about that were some of the best times we had and some of the best beer we had And to me it was always like oh man you gotta check out the other one They're behind schedule because of bad weather in a shortage of materials but when they do open later this summer I'm gonna have 8 tops and you're never gonna come in here and see three or four IPAs on top You're gonna see a wide variety In ocean city John doman WTO be news Miss part of WTO P summer preview to help you get ready for your vacation at the beach You can see a comprehensive rundown of everything you'll need to know all week at WTO dot com Money news at 25 and 55 your chef Klebold A Friday rally kept what turned out to be Wall Street's best week since November 2020 The Dow and the S&P 500 gained 6% this week the NASDAQ rallied 7% this week The main jobs report is next week expected to show on employment fell to three and a half percent this month with 325,000 jobs gained the Labor Department's monthly report on job openings and quits is next week as well As are two reports on home sales and prices and a new consumer confidence survey Jeff label Coming up on WTO P will get the latest on the investigation into the mass shooting in JaVale Texas Progressive presents today's to do list for your dog Check front door Check window.
"taba" Discussed on Data Skeptic
"Ensuring that a clustering result is both meaningful for the data, and useful for some decision that needs to be made. In this episode, mooch taba Anwar returns to the show to share insights from a real world use case involving K means clustering. I'm much the bond war. I am a researcher and a data scientist in the past. I've been associated with Deloitte consulting and more recently I've been working at the consultant in my own capacity with a gambling company based out of Finland. I am also a policy adviser on digital and data to a government entity in the GCC. And as you know, we're doing our season on K means clustering here. I'm curious if you could share with listeners if you have a recollection of when you first encountered this problem. The first time I came across K means was back when I was assigned onto a project where we were required to score employees, vendors and contracts for fraud risk in a banking environment. Now, what we had was data from the likes of source systems such as SAP or echo, the legacy or echo. And so mainly we have the data from a HR procurement and finance. A lot of our data was quantitative, but then we also had a lot of categorical data. And the situation was that the bank did not have an instance of fraud in the past. In fact, this was the first time they had set up fraud department. And we were doing this consulting engagement for them. So the moment when we talk about having no past instance of a fraud or something to look at or compare against or train on, the first thing that comes to our mind is unsupervised learning and talk about unsupervised learning, the first picture in my head is of clustering and within clustering, I would say, probably the most popular algorithm is K means. So this is how I first came across it. So you've got, as you mentioned, the lack of any labels, because there are no historical instances of fraud. Can't really use supervised learning, but is there at least enough data enough training data that we can do something interesting? Yeah, so we did not have any like any path to instances of a fraud. So essentially we did not have any data to train a supervised learning algorithm on. Hence, we were looking for uncivilized learning techniques. We did have a lot of past data on employees, vendors and contracts, we'll be talking about is the bank was one of the largest banks in the country where I was based. So yeah, we had a lot of past data. So I guess the hypothesis is that after you get a clustering result, presumably most of the clusters would be benign, customer behaviors, but maybe rogue accounts or fraudulent accounts would have similar properties and end up clustering into one place and you'd identify some or maybe hotspots or patterns because there's a particular cluster to you've picked out as bad. Is that the general hypothesis? I mean, the general hypothesis, like when going into such a project would be that we would run a clustering algorithm, it would come up with these big clusters, which have very low fraud risk, and some very small anomalous clusters that are farther away, which might need investigation for fraud risk. Now, of course, this idea looks good on the face of it. And it sounds good, but in actual reality how such problems work when it comes to anomaly detection and fraud risk is that, you know, there might not be just an obvious fraud, like an obvious anomaly, like when people are doing fraud. The way they do fraud changes over time and also it's somewhere amongst the good guys cluster that there's that one anomaly that could still put them back in that good guys cluster. So what I'm trying to say here is that this sort of clusters we are looking at are not convex or not those big fatty circles that an algorithm like K means would come up or you're looking for in a fraud risk problem. They are more like concave or other shapes. Weird shapes that come up perhaps even close to the good guys. Because the bad guys want to blend in. That's the sort of clusters you want to investigate and hence why K means did not work for us. It's also worth mentioning that we have a lot of categorical data. So when you have categorical data, you move away from means and you go into more than meteoroids. And in our case, running just the first test of like a K medi or modes was immensely computationally expensive and secondly did not come up with any results that were taken seriously by the business users because in clustering the challenge always is that you don't have something to compare against you know what you have is you have to convince the management that these clusters exist. And they're real and you should believe in them. There's a challenge. Well, there's an interesting dilemma here. I'm going to maybe ask for your advice on for listeners who might find themselves in a similar place. You had a really good instinct. Let's try K means on this problem. Didn't get an obviously useful result with just that alone immediately, looked into medians and K modes. And again there, even though nice idea to try didn't find exactly what you were looking for for your particular problem. In theory you could have kept throwing the kitchen sink at it, right? Well, let's try spectral clustering. Let's do this and that and the other thing. Or maybe at some point we give up and we try something else. How do you make a decision about a fork in the road like that? That's interesting. I mean, I've read quite a bit about the K means clustering and other clustering methods..
Data Engineering Podcast
"taba" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast
"Credentials. You entered it and click. Cinch need two percent. Api and sacred is all these metrics. So you can just go. Through the percents and run like connect the tibial mitch's dementia crowd and manual dragan drop failures in the credible metric. Yes acquitted on the the metrics. And then she's been all the definition of these metrics just compile by the credit for the underlying database. And you're trying to lose up. Victory you using google sheets. We had connected as well. You can just bring your data from your the house into yoga sheets using guard plugging sheets so via not just building this tool for the bi tools for all the details but the ethics engineers are once. We'll are writing building these data models defining medics and maintain the metric Shirts and as far as the actual sort of collaboration opportunities for being able to work with the business users and people who don't necessarily want to dig into the engineering aspects of the metrics layer. How do you team support that type of contribution where the business user is able to identify. Define their own set of metrics and then be able to actually expose that back to metre cool so that other people can take advantage of those definitions. I'm designing this experience. Like the loading videos for the businesspeople. The data people another engineers are the ones who are modeling data. The business stakeholders are usually consuming date. Now the data they want to analyze should be consistent. If you have a medic. It should be the same in all the data. But if you want to expand on the stand it's you we also had the sequel Deride just ginger expressions inside the natives for your database host. We also have different reporting life. Sequel ankle segmentation funneled etc but the data modeling is defining the congregation as called So the data people write these files and then committed in the day against the ball study and create the plutocrats and collaborates with team members. Which is not possible in taba overflow or Flow everything is committed to like engaged..
Janet Lansbury Podcast
"taba" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast
"Are parents who have switched out of survival mode for a variety of reasons. You know structural and personal and so they may want to sort of screen time a little bit. I think if you're in that place we have some good information for you but recognizing which place you're in. I will be point terms of how you hear things that makes a lot sense and having that self compassion to say. This is where i'm at. I'm not in that place. I'm not in that space so rather than feeling bad and guilty about that really accepting for where you're at what your needs are you are doing the very best. You possibly can giving yourself that break that there will be a time later on and there's nothing that we can do as parents that can't be undone right or can't be changed. I think that's an important message. Because i hear from people all the time you know. I slowly introduced screen. Time tonight inventor taba and then it just sort of spiraled out of control which is what it's designed to do so that has no reflection on you your family or your child but it spiraled out of control and now on my gosh have i have. I damaged child's brain and fortunately our children are most children are pretty elastic. And we can make some changes and they can come on with us as long as we know where we're going and so it's okay if things kind of devolved for awhile and went through a period this month. I don't think anybody took a bath greater than wants to reach days. I mean the adults did but the children's nationally and so we kinda back in.
"taba" Discussed on KQED Radio
"About her and I worries were not unfounded. Because just a couple of days after 9 11, a man tried to set our local mosque on fire in Seattle. He was too drunk and two Muslim men coming out of Congregational press. Try to stop him as he was pouring gasoline on the you know, near the mosque grounds and he tried to shoot them. And soon after. This failed often attempt the neighborhood around the mosque, not Muslims. But the non Muslims flooded the door of the mosque with bouquets of flowers. Because my now ex husband drove us to the mosque to make sure everyone was okay. And it will just flowers everywhere and noted support from the people in the neighborhood. And for the next two months there were two people from those neighbors around the mosque standing guard outside the mosque every day, holding up signs saying Muslims are Americans to protect the mosque. So that was in. That was September of 2000 and one And you know you mentioned the attacks against Muslims and you know, we talked about recently Muslim women. I had a Muslim friend, Muslim woman friend at the time who like me, does not wear a headscarf. She is visibly said, Well, she's brown. So I don't think that these Racists could tell that she was South Asian. But she was leaving a restaurant in Seattle again, You know, liberal progressive Seattle when a group of white men shouted at her white husband, What does it feel like? A terrorist. So you know anyone who did not look quite anyone who is suspected quote unquote of being a Muslim was being targeted for hate. While both Amani and Mona had first hand experiences of Islamophobic bias, bullying and violence by individuals in the weeks and months following 9 11. Both women insisted we should focus on official policies rather than interpersonal attacks. Amani began by reminding our audience of the National Security Entry and Exit registration System, or N Sears, which was enacted in the month following 9 11. And sees program, which came to be during the war on terror and still existed under Obama was an actual nationwide database of Muslim men from a list of Muslim countries also emphasizing the structural, institutional and political violence of post 9 11 federal policy monohull to Holloway recounted how these government practices Affected her family. My brother was one of those Muslim men who have to have to submit to what this program called special registration, he and his Muslim friends. Because it was a list of 25 countries and 24 of those countries were mostly in the so called Arab world and they had to have their pictures taken. They had to be fingerprinted, and they put they were put into a special registry. It couldn't move without checking in with the FBI couldn't keep the country without getting a security clearance. My brother did not leave the United States for 10 years straight. We'll be back with more of my conversation with Amani Taba and model of the highway in just a moment. Don't go away. The actual voice to our show by becoming a part of our listener Response network..
Casefile True Crime
"taba" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
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Mentors for Military Podcast
"taba" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast
"So he sees it he's turning running a look over and see the grenade rolling back and it was rolling. I kind of right towards to my guys who were behind one barrier and so i ran over and grabbed them. And you know luckier good. You know just say this dumb blind luck got it. Took a chance of grab him pulling the side hoped grenade rules and the other side of that pillar. There's no one there and fortunately it did so detonated. Deny ended up hurting a couple of guys But relatively minor Except for one of the scouts. It looked very minored. A piece of shrapnel got his bloodstream and his way up and got lodged in his heart and so he almost died from it Yeah so then that happened and then we love to get the guys To the cash. Because i we were fine. The guys weren't injured bad. We were just staying on. The guy started having issues. Where like we gotta get the hell out of here. So we get to the cash and then the decision was made. All of alpha company was leaving and charlie company was gonna come in and religious just vehicle burned out. There is insensitive equipment in it. The decision was made higher up to bring in some Some birds and shoot some hell fires into it to destroy it. And so they told charlie company stay back and when they did all the iraqis just converged on the vehicle all over the front page. Every major website was burning bradley with e al-qaeda. Taba jehad the old flag stuck in the barrel. Innocence walking around with. Ak's and It wasn't al jazeera. It was another middle eastern News agency had a guy reporting live on there and in the hell fires came in and shot and he he was killed. Live on air from it. Yeah you're google september twelfth two thousand four hyphen street. There's some wild articles Some people sebastian younger did a documentary. A couple years ago is the rise of isis. I think it was what it was called. And he goes back and talks about that day and this is not me. I'm a no Claiming that but he goes back and states that That was the day that isis was born. Because it gave you know because the americans killed so many innocence out protesting and it gave them this kind of off shoot of al-qaeda to al qaeda in iraq cholera who wanted to be a little more brutal and the now they had their. They had their propaganda machine. Based off of what happened the day wild. Now when you got back what what was it like. How is the the man in in as a.
Everything Everywhere Daily
Fritz Haber: The Best and Worst Chemist in History
"The half of all the crops in the world today are fertilized by. Fertilizers created via the fiber process. With over one hundred million tonnes produced via this method every year. It's hard to stress. Just how important. The fiber process is literally. Our modern world couldn't exist and the lives of billions of people depend on it for taba was awarded the nobel prize in chemistry in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine for his work in this area. Despite the incredible benefits to humanity of the harbor process is nobel prize was controversial. That reason had to do with the other side of fritz harbor. If helping to feed the world was his best side than what he did. Next was his worst despite being born jewish. In what is today. Poland harbor very much identified as german. He converted from judaism to lutheranism primarily to help his academic career when world war one broke out. Harbor enthusiastically supported the german. 'cause he was one of ninety three academics who signed a document called the manifesto of the ninety three here are the first sentences of the manifesto quote as representatives of german science and art we hereby protests to the civilized world against the lies and calamities. A which are enemies are endeavouring to stain the honor of germany in her hard struggle for existence in a struggle that has been forced upon her. The iron mouth of events has proved the untruth of the fictitious german defeats consequently misrepresentation and colony are all the more eagerly at work as heralds of truth. We raise their voices against these claims. Unquote hubbard joined the army and was promoted to the rank of captain. He was then assigned to be the head of the chemistry section of the ministry of war. It was fritz. Harbor who almost singlehandedly was responsible for the use of chemical weapons in world war one.
Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast
"taba" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast
"Color on the show says like next episode. Taba should be legacy music yar either. Put some gameboy color or your show. And then the episode is be track from gameboy color because apparently are sixteen bit enough for their show. Sixteen the sixteen better summer. its own. continue this we should. I would love to game boy. Color focus because the the the music that that that generation of of game games is really cool. I just used as kids play. Commando on alex berenson. But we'll be doing something special next week and thank you for listening. My name is rob nichols cornell. Next week and remember just like our guest mentioned earlier in the episode. You know people have problems come along. Communities face crises individuals face crises. In usually sometimes those crises can result in feels like the very day. Everything is shutdown. You're plans kinda kinda gorhai here. Just left in a state of disarray. But the end doesn't always have to mean the end. Sometimes the end can mean the beginning of something newer better more special and more engaging was important to see that in realizing knowledge that you have to be able to take the you know the end in the piece that fell outside of that. Realize i can build something new. I just gotta have the wherewithal the make that moving go forward and not let it beat me. Damn adam did it. Everyone's trump tried to it. You can do it too. Is just off. Perspective resource element but perspective perspective. I think i think. I think a lot of people have.
9to5Mac Happy Hour
"taba" Discussed on 9to5Mac Happy Hour
"I i feel like a fall is better than three but i still wouldn't like to do is fourteen safari on the iphone is like the real obama being there good but now you have the opposite problem where you end up hitting the rely on way too often when you don't want to like the relay button because he said the end of the euro in the taba quite often. The red button is positioned in the center of the screen. And that's where you'll finger. Now she wants a top right so and this. You're looking exactly if you talk to go into the euro food. You end up refreshing the package which is kind of awkward. And then if you and if k the reader i- coney kind of appears goes away and i guess it did that before but there was. It was like a permanent menu at the top. You could get back to and even if you do wanna really the page. The really buttons like really smooth. So it kind of dichotomy way you accidentally hitting really button when you don't want to and then if you hit the button you have to be really precise. Because it is quite small like the effective touch dog era is bigger than the icon. But he's only big an vertically. Somebody's you can hit anywhere on the high of tabah but you have to be like the. The exposition has to be in that very slim. Reluctant and apple has like a design standards. Where minimum touch target sizes for interactions right. And he's like forty four pigs or square and he's like fifty six to twenty picks wide like he's really pushing it so it doesn't feel like a great solution and author controls that i wanted to bring more top level. I thought reload was one of the lesson needed ones on the i find because you could pull to refresh kind of got used to refresh So the fact they brought him back. I guess shows that people wanted it but in terms of utility if it was a bit like it doesn't feel like they've they've not yet Not so sure. The share situations. And now like i shared the conway page loads and haven't clicked and then click share and then click. Someone's name was super frustrating. Whereas now the shares like the top level version if ownership linked to you i just shed an immediate pressure face and it comes up with the message kaposi right whereas before. It was like a three step action to do that so they fit around. Which is fantastic. Now you can. You can click share and then click share because because it was under the dot menu as share. I you know there you can now share which is like a dot and then click share and then do it like that. That's kind of awkward. It's there twice if you have the non compact vote on the iphone twice on the ipad. Is their choice okay. I haven't actually the ipad by seven. But we'll see on on the ipad version when i updated data four and it had the new default which is what safari looked like before i used it for all about fifteen minutes and i think that the hitting point for me was when i had more than say like eight tabs in my browser. It looked like the other way. Anyway because even the tabs three they. Divide the screen in thirds. If you've got twelve and it looks like compact anyway but it's taller and so i already preferred the compact mode in theory and once they came to my ipad. I you know. After that kind of short test i reverted back for the other way to compact and i believe. That's what i'll do the mac as well on the iphone. There's no change there to make except for you can change the floating address the address bar to be constant or to go down to the bottom of screen but that toggle is still unreliable but when it works. Yeah when it works. I of prefer. I do think that youtube i think they've adjusted the that works. Because you're you're scroll tasks. And i make it. Misbehave kept tab bar above the floating bar always instead of ever going below it. So i think that might be their fix..
What Was That Like
"taba" Discussed on What Was That Like
"A pretty big woman could it might push raves pretty tough and so then i was really scary and i think this gay is puppy in underwater may be non waters. I think was about nine and we went to the bathroom and she like. Put the shower curtains around me. That threw me into taba water. And when you're on the top of water if you put like a plastic bag over handy put onto water it confines to your hand because at the water reservoir was coming into the shower curtain and i could not move fecal out and like i was yelling for her to help me. I was yelling for her but finally she did drag out with water and then you beat me. But she to all of us. So that wasn't a Is a very common punishment of those water around. Can you imagine going a whole day without looking at a computer or a phone even one time. It's almost like they're part of our identity as humans now and they definitely are great. Tools might computer especially and getting my work done. But what's not great. Is the effect those devices have on our is smartphones tablets. Computers even televisions. They all put out blue light. And that's what puts a lot of strain on our poor eyeballs. I'm sure you know what tired eyes feel like. That's why i am never looking at my computer screen. Unless i'm wearing my felix gray blue light glasses. They make such a difference. Sometimes i worked well into the evening. And when i'm done i know i can still get a good full night's sleep because my glasses have been filtering out the blue light the whole time. I'm working and even though i sit in front of dual twenty seven inch monitors. My eyes are protected because my felix gray glasses filter out fifteen times more blue light than the other glasses..
WCBM 680 AM
"taba" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Indoor dining at a quarter of capacity by Valentine's Day, and big Weddings can return statewide in March. If infection rates continue to drop, no pressure. But It's just an idea. Get engaged on Valentine's Day on the restaurant's re opening. And March 15th. You can have the wedding. Your governor Andrew Cuomo says that if virus rates keep declining, large weddings can resume by bed March statewide safe marriage receptions. Promise of marital bliss is returning all patrons who attend the event will be tested. You got a 50% capacity of the venue up to 150 people. Statewide code 19 hospitalizations have dropped. In the state by 916 since January 19th through 8357. This is town hall dot com. Have they broken? His head coach Bruce Arians was asked this week about being the first team to ever play the Super Bowl in their home stadium. Yeah, that's the scary thing about coming to the Super Bowl home with implants so good on the road, but you better come home to play Super Bowl at our place and not have to get on a plane and do all the things that This crazy year that has is doing it would be weird. It will not even feel like Super Bowl. Several teams always arrive in the city of the game one week in advance. The season. Participants are not allowed to arrive in Tampa any earlier at the next Friday due to the coronavirus chief Don't plan to arrive in Taba until the day before the game. You develop span of the Rooney rule to get more minority candidates opportunities become a head coach have reward teams who developed him. More interviews didn't equal more hirings this offseason, Only two of the seven jobs went to minorities. Some consider it progress, but most agree there's a long way to go. Or the story's a town hall.
Tula, the combo USB mic and audio recorder
"Systems. Likely the systems you use today. Learn more at avelar dot com slash talking. So what if. There was a usb mike that also let record at the same time. I think it sounds like a pretty good idea. So does david brown. He's got a new. My call the tula mike It's a two for one. It does double duty and he is talking to us from barcelona spain. David how you doing all right. Tell me why you invented this microphone. Well initially it was. Because of the explosion of content creators people making podcasts and having youtube channels and that type of thing. I wanted to create something that enabled those people to to get good audio easily Even if they are audio professionals and i thought it would be cool if it were a device that could record when you're away from your studio or away from your you know a bedroom studio or whatever. It is out in out in the field that can function as a mobile recorder as well. Okay right now. I could buy a lot of bikes plug directly into the iphone and have pretty good pretty good sound with them Intake the take that with me anywhere or have a usb mic on my desk. So to me after. I've just told you that you would say what well i would say. That the tula the a few things number one. The tula is is a kind of all in one solution. Instead of having one. Mike that plugs into your iphone in another fund that you have on your desk at home it covers all those bases and we like to think that it covers it better than than all of those put together and it looks really nice already. You should tell everybody about two to at a place in russia to our from moscow. What inspired you to To to to name it after this cook you know area of russia. And and and i believe you allow your engineers are in russia. Tell us about the russia connection well. The russia connections is kind of a hot topic. These days. I have a band called brazzaville and were oddly popular in russia. So i've toured extensively in russia for many years and Back in the ninety s in la. I bought a pair of octaves from Guitar center back when they were the first condenser mics. That were sort of affordable and i used him for years and one of the times. When i was on tour. I thank god. I wonder we're up toddlers located. So i looked it up. Sure enough. it's in. This town called tula which i had never heard of before in about a week later i was playing a gig in In cross nar this guy came up to me after the show. And he's like oh man. I'm a big fan. I wonder if you'd ever planned my hometown. Oh we're tula. And i said could you get me a you know a tour of the octave factory. He's like well. I'll try and he had to get special. Fsb permission and all of this military facility long story short. We got the idea to start at first. We were going to partner with taba to make like a kind of high end version of what they do. But in the end that was way too complicated and we ended up just founding our own microphone company which became soyuz. So let's back up a little bit. You're used to live in los angeles. Yes you live. You live in barcelona now okay. And you make microphones in russia to. How does that all get. How put that all together for me. I have a lot of airline miles. Well i grew up in la like right actually in la unlike most people who tell you they grew up in la grew up. Like basically in downtown wilshire and fairfax even more. like i. Like the koreatown. You know hoover in third and around there but i lived there for for most of my life and then about seventeen years ago. I just had this idea to move to barcelona just mostly because it just seemed like a good idea and It was a great idea as it turns out. I've never regretted it okay. So you're living barcelona and you fly on air flow aeroflot's to moscow Three times a week or three times a month or sadly not this year but last year. How often were you going all. I would go at least once a month. I would say and I know moscow really. Well i love russia immensely. It's beautiful country. With incredible people gets a really bad rap. I mean they're and bad people like anywhere but good luck with the tula. Mike which will be out in january one ninety nine.
Pike's Peak: The Complete History of the World's Highest Hill Climb
"Pike's peak is a giant among giants. It's the highest mountain in the front range of the rocky mountains. It is formed from billion-euro old granite. That's right. Billion with a B. and was first named by the native people who lived in shadow the called the mountain. Taba meaning son and they were the Tableau Watch meaning people of San Mountain. In eighteen o six, the mountain was quote unquote discovered. By American explorer lieutenant, Zevulon Yuan Pipe. These God I sounds like an alien spaceship guy. On. Doesn't look as cool as his name suggests I'm just GonNa tell you right now he was sent by Thomas Jefferson on a mission to explore the West and upon seeing the Mountain Zevulun apparently swore the mountain would never be conquered by man cars didn't exist yet, but it's safe to assume pike would have included them in his assessment as well. Given the chance it only took fourteen years. To prove old Zebulon Pike. Wrong. The mountain was first scaled by a European in eighteen twenty when Edwin James, a botanist and explorer successfully reached the summit collecting flowers all the way up quote the most notable day of the expedition for botanical collecting. Now, I don't WanNa give all the credit to Edwin. James although it sounds like he had a great time, I'm sure that one of the Taboada probably. Did it before him yeah. One hundred percent. Yeah attaboy watch like a a wildfire up their boot who was just like I'm GonNa Climb that today flowers. We're lovely but it was a Shinier commodity that attracted the first wave of settlers to pikes. Peak Pike's peak or bust was a common slogan of the Colorado Gold Rush of the eighteen fifties although is more of a marketing slogan. Do the prominence of the mountain gold wasn't discovered near pikes peak until later in eighteen ninety three, it won't be the first time that the mountain inspired the imaginations of those who climbed it in that same year after reaching a summit of the mountain and taking in the view Katharine Lee Bates wrote the Song America the beautiful. Describing Purple Mountain Majesties above the enameled plane over the years the mountain was commonly referred to as Pike's highest peak before finally being simplified just to pikes peak the next notable American to shape the fate of the mountain was Spencer Penrose, and he also might have been the one to introduce cars. Penrose had a name that sound like the bad guy in a murder mystery but he also had a job that would fit right into the genre. He was a mining speculator of the American West just like a murder mystery penrose had a history that could make you think you is both a suspect and a savior he graduated from Harvard but at the bottom of his class. His father and brothers were doctors and lawyers he decided to travel out west and try to make a name for himself at first he failed before getting a tip about some land near Cripple Creek that made him millions of dollars, and that's million dollars like in the movie this guy is played by Walton Geoghegan's. For sure. That's love that whilst. Yeah. And that's millions of dollars in eighteen hundreds money, which is like a lot today billions today. I Love Walton Gardens he's so. I feel like if I went to Harvard I'd WanNa, graduate the bottom of my class. Look I'm I'm the best on the rowing team but. Not great at socio economics I mean I went to. Harvard. So I'm pretty good at stuff but like I partied penrose settled. Colorado. Springs. The closest town to pikes peak was met a woman named Julie Villiers McMillan although. Penrose was by then in his forty s, he had sworn to stay a rich entrepreneurial bachelor but Macmillan proved to be grimes to his Elon Musk and the two got hitched in traveled to Europe for a lavish honeymoon staying at beautiful resorts around Europe inspired penrose to murder his wife what now? In fact, the inspiration was to open his own motel modeled after the places he had stayed specifically on the Mediterranean coast. This became the Broadmoor hotel opened in nineteen eighteen at the cost of three million, nineteen eighteen dollars translating to scrooge mcduck. Gold Coin Swing Pool amount of money in today's money. The Broadmoor was and is a seven hundred, seventy nine room Italian renaissance style palace with eighteen restaurants a golf club with three courses including one designed by Arnold. Palmer himself an automotive museum, the contents of which will soon arrive at this thing is like massive. It looks awesome. Yeah. I WanNa go to the odd more. Yeah. Let's do it. How do you feel? Seven hundred rooms every night. That's nuts penrose was no fool. He knew he knew that to attract people to the hotel you needed to do things great reviews on tripadvisor, dot com and promotional stunts. He set out to work on an ambitious project as he built the hotel, it was a two hundred, eighty, three, thousand, dollar gravel and dirt road to the fourteen thousand, one, hundred, fifteen foot summit of pikes peak with the idea of promoting tourism to the area and indirectly his own hotel.
Rocky Road with Science Diction
"Both Fenton's and dryers have pretty straightforward stories for how they invented rocky road in dryers version. It was William Dryer himself who one day in nineteen twenty nine did to make an ice cream with nuts chocolate and marshmallows but at the time, marshmallows did not yet come in small versions that came in cheats. So he took his wife's picking shears and cut the marshmallows into four pieces and then stuffed in the ice cream and Taba rocky road was born dryer says the name was meant to quote give folks something to smile about in the face of the Great Depression. According to Fenton's it was a candy maker on staff who came up with it story goes one day. He was making a candy bar with you guessed it nuts chocolate and marshmallows, and he was like you know what would be a great idea is if I put this candy bar in the ice cream and he did it and it was hit via end, the rest is history for over two years. Elissa tried to find out who's story was true. She turned up alleged confession a denial of that confession just a whole lot of ice cream fueled drama more on that from Elissa later because it turns out that people have a lot of feelings about rocky road. Would Weird Al do attribute to Vanilla. Vanilla is the definition of boring and it has a boring name to go with it. But Rocky Road Sounds Fun playful even somehow delicious which it shouldn't it is a road with rocks in it But when it comes to food names, it's not just what the word means. It's how it sounds. It's something that linguists and food marketing types seem to understand very well. At my little grocery store here in San. Francisco. In my little neighbourhood of Brunel Heights Dandruff ski is a linguist. He wrote a book called the language of food. And I was just scanning the cracker aisle and I noticed that every single cracker name had an in it and I was like something's going on here. So I started really from the cracker aside and I thought well, what's the opposite of crackers but that would be ice cream Dan decided to run a little experiment he went online downloaded eighty-one ice cream flavors from brands like Ben and Jerry's haagen-dazs. Then he went to a diet website downloaded six hundred cracker brand names and he noticed a pattern it had to do with the vowels I just counted how many of these ice creams versus crackers which one had more front vowels like e or Which one had more back vowels like you're all and there was a striking difference. Alright. So Front vowels the E in cheese the IT. Feel higher tongue moves. When you make those sounds, you're kind of lifting at toward the front of your mouth. Cheese. Now, say chocolate Mousse. Those words are full of back. AL's pay attention to your tongue again, chocolate. Mousse. This time it's hold more towards the back. Then discovered that the cracker names had nearly all front vowels. Vs and is. So. That's your cheeses and wheat thins and Krispy triscuit crisps chicken in a biscuit. But the ice creams that's back vowels at your your Jamaica Almond Fudge chocolate, your Caramel, your cookie dough, your coconut, and your rocky road. So
The CheapWineFinder Podcast
Aria Pinot Noir Brut Cava
"Hey. From sheep wind finder again. With another wine review just posted on the sheep. WIND FINDER DOT COM website. And the area. You don't know why brutes. Are the freshman at groups of of. I think to. SLOW LARGEST ABBA makers in the world. And this one. Brought my I because. I think my favorite. Wine in the world, you say you can only drink one. I'm thinking they're expensive one. I WOULD WANNA punitive while this sham. and Taba. Is. made the exact same way that champagnes. Now, it's five, six, hundred miles farther south on the Mediterranean Ocean and. You know in Champagnes on the north side of the Burgundy area up in northern France. They're not the same growing regions, but they do make wine the same way. And they actually went out of their way to get new are. So, there is a little bit of a comparison because this actually As you know. Like, for Sakho is in made a second fermentation, that's the The bubbles come in. In large pressurize that and and by large I mean. Pressurize that. And can go anywhere from a couple of weeks a couple of months pressure. After the after the you know it's up to sugar and Co two comes out. The pressure puts it back down into the one after a few months it's incorporated in the wind you get bubbling. Its nineteenth century technology. Up and Champagne or Fifteen. Technology. For each and every bottle. Pat Some sugar and some. Covered up. It every day or two, just a quarter return. And come back a year and a half two years for years later, and there you go. Now you got. Older way of doing it. Kava. The same way for Sakho. Now, the Sharm at the tank affirmative action. So I saw Pinot Noir from Tabah which was cavs always a little bit. Not always a little bit. You can get. All sorts of really good Pavlos for less than twenty, twenty, five dollars. This was. Ninety nine. And it was directly kind of going one on one with shopping using Pinot noir grapes. Champagne, Chardonnay th-they new are a couple other grips to. And the minimum second fermentation has eighteen months, champagne. And here they want eighteen months with the staff of the IRA. In why? Roots Daba. Disip. Really, going I, want you really get. An expense. Oh, champagne of thirty, five, forty dollars. Twelve dollars. It's six hundred miles south of the grapes are grown differently blah blah blah. Clear stylistic difference between Kaaba and Champagne. They're not be the same thing. They set themselves up on this case to be the same, but it's not. And while. You Newark Bay Champagne is my very favorite in whole wide world and this doesn't quite meet that. It takes for eleven ninety nine it does well, it's a great. It's interesting Scott all sorts of. Flavors. It's smoother. It's brute. which is dry. It's got some good fruit flavors to. The city I just took second slip. That's when I know I like the senators when it gets, you drank in like sitting in a bar drinking beer if I reaching for the thing approaches. Spending wine of the same thing too.
Amy and Tavis Guild How to make large portrait photography sales from auctions
"I mean Tabas Welcome. Thanks for having us. Hello. Look there I the name of your town Roy Euchema. It's Yakima. So we have a lot of Indian native American names here. So we China and. Yakima we know. We know it's okay. We'll look talking about the the living in the you work from. Can you give us an idea of the population and the clients that you'll servicing? Yes. So calculation here is I guess our county is around two hundred thousand or so. But really like our city is around one, hundred thousand. So we're a farm town. So we produced seventy percent of the world tops, and so if you drink a beer, the odds that we grew here in Yakima are incredibly high and we also produce a large or should have the apples, peaches, cherries hairs were the fruit Bolsa. We're surrounded by farms and you come out here is that way you'll clients coming from from that family and community? Yeah. A lot of the farm owners, and of course, you know that's going to spur on other business in the area and so yeah, like our clientele. So our suit is a good pair of jeans. In the Collared Button. Up, shirts. If. You get fancy you can tuck your shirt in. If you WANNA, get really fancy you can just add like a blue blazer and anything beyond that is the super formal event that only happens once a year. And as obviously you guys both working the business do you have totally separate roles or overlap quite a bit? Yeah I would say we have pretty separate roles. Well, it all started when we started photographing weddings together and actually be very had kids. We've been married for twelve years before we had kids we did everything together. We sat side by side on our computers and photograph together did it all together but now with the kids, it's like I'm on duty in the office and I do a lot of the correspondence, the photo editing, the marketing things like that tavist as most of the photographing and all of the in person sales after and going to the clients home and inside the wall art so. Nowadays we actually do way more by ourselves the we do together but. is to be altogether your are you both actually shooting still? and. Then you both go out to weddings together would go to the same family portal's Tavistock one and I mean, you take another It just depends like this past Saturday, we had two separate events. So I went to one and tavist went to another with a an associate char and then family sessions he'll just go himself or take Khloe, our associate, and then every once in a while I'll get a babysitter and we'll both do the same wedding. It's really the kids that have changed the way the business runs yet, which is normal for every couple. Yeah, it's season and once they're grown and and shifting into the gears, they're going to be doing in life. I'm sure will spring back and. More together. Show and did I get that raw in the charter that it started with the wedding photography business and then you move into portraiture It did and you know the interesting thing is this we actually started as A. Company, and so it was back. When if you said, you did HD video it was like a marketing thing like it was like Oh you do hd like it was kind of like you offer the digital. Gets US important as that, and so we started with that and then quickly found every client wanted photography and we're like, okay, it's the same. We're doing all the manual settings on the video. Let's get into the tire free still world up, and so we quickly went full till photography and then soon thereafter drop the video side of things just because the workflow was difficult for our team size and we're like, Hey, let's just focus more on the photography inside and kind of fell into our laps that we even did. Weddings in the first place because we are both in college at the time and I was studying to be a teacher and I thought well in the summer like photographs a few weddings and then Soviet teacher year round. But by the end of our college career, we were doing late twenty five to fifty weddings a year twenty five was our first year and then fifty or next like, okay. Let's switch gears. Let's just do this full-time. So it was never like our lifelong plan to be wedding photographers it just kinda happened. But it's been a lot of fun. So then why the transition into portraiture. Well you know it's so interesting because for those of you that are wedding photographers out there, you'll know exactly what I'm about to say is is when you're at these events, it's kind of a commercial for yourself as an artist as a porsche artist because you're photographing families in in after that couple that you photograph, they then begin to start a family. So the longer you're in the industry. It really has a natural velopment to all of these people that you're just kind of their household photographer. You're a part of the family and your role is the artist right and we just start at the wedding side, and then as they begin to have kids and stuff like that, we do the newborn and then the family stuff, and then of course, you begin to be known for that also. Of course photographs, people, you didn't do their wedding, but ultimately, we've always kind of done family photography alongside weddings. More focused on weddings. But just recently, we decided to create a brand around that in a really helps with clear marketing messaging and all that stuff and being able to run promotions and not have it be conflicting with our you know bride and grooms, and you know the marketing pumping out for the wedding size thing. So that's why we split the brains. We didn't necessarily just start doing that we just made it super clear that we do that.
Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
Can land expropriation help heal South Africa?
"In addressing inequality quality it seems a straightforward indeed elegant policy. Take stuff off people who have a lot of it and give it to people who don't have any of it however anybody certainly any government proposing such a measure would do well to heed the immortal wisdom of H L Mencken who wants observed that there is is always a well known solution to every human problem needs plausible and wrong nevertheless the idea of land expropriation has returned to the public discourse in South Africa a panel assembled by President Cyril Ramaphosa to look into the idea has returned a proposal recommending in limited circumstances the seizure of land without compensating the owners. We should no longer be afraid of this process of having to change the land ownership architecture in our country. It is here and it is here to stay. It is going to happen land. Land ownership has been a persistent issue in post-apartheid South Africa and not without reason a quarter of a century after the racist monstrosity of apartheid was formerly dismantled white South Africans who comprise roughly nine percent of the population still own seventy two percent of the farmland possessed possessed by individuals as an illustration of the lingering effects of systemic injustice. It's hard to beat this by lament is rare opportunity unity to redress on this past wrongs to allow the natives who have lost so much to reclaim the dignity. <MUSIC> BIC by kitching our land back no law shall. We be treated as life in our own land. Never Ramaphosa's panel has proposed seizing land which is held for speculative purposes land which is occupied and worked by tenants and land and and that has has been abandoned it has also suggested taking inner city buildings owned by absentee landlords for obvious understandable reasons these these measures will go over well with a significant proportion of South African voters especially those who have lately been tempted away from President Obama poses his African National Congress now very much the Party of South Africa's establishment and towards the radical firebreathers of the opposition Economic Freedom Fighters Party not who nearly doubled the parliamentary presence in last May's election the F. F. led by Julius Malima who might be charitably described as uncompromising uncompromising in his general approach favors wholesale nationalization of South Africa's land. You'll say I thought what colonialism we wanted decolonisation yet yourself party or Lord Boorda's in Africa what is being proposed by President Obama poses panel is significantly less than that but it is nevertheless significant as it stands under section twenty five of South Africa's Constitution and the government may expropriate land but is required to cough up just and equitable compensation there has long been chat about amending this his clothes and or concocting some legal argument that in certain circumstances just and equitable compensation might amount to nothing they is also a growing body of opinion in our country that the constitution as it stands does not impede. beat expropriation of land without compensation that expropriation will be popular in some electorally important demographics is beyond doubt and that is very usually the clinching argument in matters of politics. Although some polling in South Africa suggests widespread unease with the idea of no compensation factor less often subject to rigorous scrutiny is whether or not a given see see policy will actually work and where expropriation nation of land is concerned. The are some discouraging precedents and if you WANNA the inroad of what you want to do today most infamously in the early years of the twenty th century Zimbabwe's then President Robert Mugabe ordered the seizure of white-owned farms and they're transferred to black ownership good have looked at what happened in Zimbabwe. Remember signor Robert Mugabe went down the same road was he also did in so doing was effectively <unk> demolish. Zimbabwe's agricultural infrastructure femme production plummeted by two thirds in less than a decade and Zimbabwe's economy collapsed alongside to the point where the country had to abandon its hyper inflation stricken currency in two thousand nine. Zimbabwe issued a one hundred trillion dollar banknote note which wouldn't buy a phosphate. They're actually doing the opposite non Zimbabwe. 'cause they realize the folly of their ways. South Africa is not Zimbabwe's and Cyril Ramaphosa Hosa is not Robert Mugabe but the <hes> some similarities many years after the end of white minority rule things remain extremely tough for many among long South Africa's black majority the unemployment rate in South Africa is a staggering scandalous twenty seven point six percent even higher among youth who. Who are increasingly drawn to the E. F F and South Africa is as Zimbabwe was an apparently attornal one party Democracy Ramaphosa a post has big problems and the means always tempting of making big gestures in response. If this Kevin was serious about restitution and redistribution we would speed up the hundreds of thousands of land claims that tremaine unprocessed in South Africa that is what it serious party would do if it was kid about land performer land redistribution the trouble is that property rights matter they are along with free and fair elections a free press judicial independence and the rule of law one of the crucial differences between functional society and a shambles property rights are also in this specific instance crucial to the foreign investment which South Africa urgently requires. Nobody is going to buy something if they're not sure they will be allowed to keep it and in fact we have said to those who are investing in no country that they shouldn't have no fear that the land property is going to be expropriated while the proposals of the presidential panel panel commendably constrained they will prompt concerns about these slipperiness of this particular slope they are of the ways to redress economic imbalance and historical injustice. The President Ramaphosa will be wearily aware that they are often more complex and long term than understandably impatient poor people would prefer he could of course set a personal example his own farm. The in Taba Neo near state in Malaga Province is reckoned at five thousand one hundred Hector's plenty to go around for monocle twenty four. I'm Andrew Moolah
Kim Mcallister, Donald Trump and Dr Ronnie Jackson discussed on Ethan Bearman
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