22 Burst results for "Takahashi"

How The Fukushima Nuclear Disaster Affected Energy Industry In Japan

All Things Considered

08:05 min | 2 weeks ago

How The Fukushima Nuclear Disaster Affected Energy Industry In Japan

"On your it's not easy to get rid of nuclear power. Okawa is right. Taking apart. A nuclear power plant is not easy day CI has been in the Decommissioning process essentially since the disaster. And that means every day over 4000 workers stream into the plant, clocking in To tackle a vast array of problems. The radiation levels here are much lower than they were nine years ago. In most areas of the plant, you could walk around without special protective gear down by the reactor's, though the ones that exploded levels are still high, and visiting time to them is limited. Kozo Takahashi are TEPCO guide takes us down to see them, bringing into stark reality the challenges that TEPCO has faced here since the disaster. Crews of workers are bustling around in full protective suits. Takahashi points out each reactor, each with its own set of problems. He says a new robot had to be invented to get to melted fuel in one another had to be essentially rebuilt just to take it apart again. And then there's the problem of waste your time here at GH Eve, huge amounts of water pumped into the damaged reactors every day to keep them cool. In the end result is more than one million tons of that water piled up in storage tanks contaminated with radioactive trillium. Storage space is running out, and the Japanese government is considering dumping it all into the ocean, much to the dismay of local communities worried about environmental impact. This is all just a taste of what it means to decommission Daiichi, which will take an estimated 40 years and nearly $200 billion to produce no electricity. At all. The rest of Japan's nuclear power program isn't faring a whole lot better by 2011 nuclear power produced nearly a third of the nation's energy. But after the disaster, the Japanese government imposed new safety regulations that took every nuclear reactor off line. All 54 of them, and the Japanese public largely wants to keep it that way. Anti nuclear power sentiments friend rapidly after Fukushima. It was a very Great sense of betrayal. Alexander Brown is an Australian researcher in Japan. He studied the anti nuclear power protests that took off in 2011. He says that betrayal came largely from the fact that Japanese people had been assured that nuclear power was safe that no accident would ever happen. So it was much more than just about Ray, you have to pull out all the specifics of the accident itself. Huge protest broke out in Tokyo, tens of thousands of people marching through city streets and bright costumes, banging drums and Cymbals. And, of course, chanting the main slogans. Just give that one time we opposed nuclear power. The's big protests continued for months and spread to other cities. And even now, there's still protests everywhere. They're smaller, Brown says. And maybe not quite so eye catching, but it's sister and it's not going away. Which has left Japan in a kind of energy conundrum. With all those reactors offline, a lot more coal and natural gas had to be imported energy prices have gone up. As have greenhouse gas emissions. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his party have been pushing hard to restart the nuclear power program promising safety But needing to bring down costs and tackle climate change. The government on YouTube keeps saying you could apply the cheapest parcels. People don't trust it anymore. Tatsuo Suzuki is a former nuclear engineer and now professor at Nagasaki University. He says that the disaster and Fukushima made people completely rethink the cost of nuclear power. In broader terms, the social costs ofthe separation in the family. Losing the land losing their jobs. How can you measure all these impacts estimating the risk of nuclear power, But Suzuki says the choice is still a difficult one. When you factor in climate change and needing to reduce the use of fossil fuels, he equates nuclear power with a strong medicine that also has a potentially strong side effect. So which you will choose You may have to choose the nuclear power eventually means Clement chain is absolutely event for the world so the world may have to take medicine on nuclear power. But we have to very, very careful. And you have other choices. I would recommend the nuclear policy last Japan doesn't have a lot of other choices. Slowly, A handful of nuclear reactors in the country have restarted passing new safety regulations. Many more are held up in court battles as local governments refused to take the risk, and even more are slated to be decommissioned as utilities give up on them altogether. Back in Fukushima near Daiichi nuclear worker Kazu Okawa stops the car. And gets out to look at a site. He never thought he'd see tons of radioactive topsoil scraped from the Earth during the cleanup efforts being piled high next to the road. This is in Futaba, his old hometown, where much of the land has been slated as a storage site for this contaminated soil. Okawa says he'll never come back even if evacuation orders for the town are eventually lifted. Another guy who wants to live next to this. This nuclear waste. He shakes his head, almost in disbelief that I thought nuclear power was safe. Isn't thought it was 100% safe. But now, like a lot of Japan, he doesn't want anything to do with it. I'm afraid of nuclear power. In one moment it devastated our home is your home and now, Ochoa says he's 100% against it. Cat Langsdorf NPR NEWS Fukushima, Japan

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How autonomous carmakers can make their cars more accessible

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

03:30 min | 3 weeks ago

How autonomous carmakers can make their cars more accessible

"Autonomous Cars could be a lifeline for people with disabilities once the industry gets around to it from American public media. This is marketplace tech I'm Ali would. On our show we've been talking about accessibility and how technology is or isn't making the world more accessible for people with disabilities. Last month we spoke with Harbin Girma who's deaf blind she said, self-driving cars could be an especially powerful tool imagine the freedom the independence I was talking to someone who works at one of these companies and he said Oh you know we're a few years from releasing the cars. So maybe ten years from now will. Disability access. So how our car company is approaching autonomy and accessibility, and couldn't they include access for all from the ground up mark? Takahashi works for Edmonds an auto research site. It is very likely that they will not have any sort of controls. It'll simply be you tell the car where you WanNa go and it takes you there. If you look at the concept for the Google self driving car from several years ago it had no pedals and no steering wheel. So there is a scenario where they could say we salad pod and he can get in and out of this Pod, you could purchase an aftermarket unit to hold wheelchair in place but beyond that everyone gets the same pod. That is entirely possible and it's actually been proposed several times Toyota at CAS a few years ago. It was this box on wheels that you configure to do whatever you whether it's public transportation or Anamika deliveries or transforming it into a food truck or a station or whatever. You can think of to put inside of a rolling box, and that is a blank canvas for anyone to work with whether they need accessibility or not. So if we're not doing that, is it an assumption that people won't want to buy that or is it just like a lack of will? It's hard to say these blank canvas boxes are certainly being considered and actually the Toyota version was supposed to be in action. By now because it was slated to make debut at the Summer Olympics. How. Far Away are we though from being able to put perfect faith in that pod? I. Would Hope best-case scenario between eight and ten years that everything will finally come together. We'll have the high speed networks we'll have processing power and cars and will have all those sensors built into the vehicles that need them. It sounds like you're saying companies really could they could reset cars, they certainly could create. A blank canvas that would be accessible for all instead of trying to bolt on features after the fact, why wouldn't they? Well, cars have a lot of personality and for some

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"takahashi" Discussed on The Valleycast

The Valleycast

02:39 min | 7 months ago

"takahashi" Discussed on The Valleycast

"takahashi" Discussed on The Valleycast

The Valleycast

07:10 min | 7 months ago

"takahashi" Discussed on The Valleycast

"You're waited okay. So my topic is nine okay. So here's my topic so rick. Moranis has come back after fucking ever from not being in movies. Decided he didn't want to be moved to be a dad. Dad was actually real tragic happened right anyone with his kids and raise his kids. And that's wonderful and it's really sweet and wonderful anything that's great but nobody's been able to get him back for anything and nobody's been able to convince him to do anything but by the way. I want to say like ten years ago. Maybe a little less. He did like a country album and then he went on Conan and performed. I remember it was a big deal to me to be like. I need to see. Rick Rinus performed country music and comedy country or something. I don't know anyone is very Steve Martin with the Banjo. Yeah so anyway Serena says coming back for this movie very cool very awesome. So what so my question to you guys? Who is an actor that you haven't seen in forever that you'd love to see come back for something or just just come back and to help you? I have a list Rick. Marinas would be my number one. Yeah so totally but yeah let's blow through. I have a list of of thirty three actors who have kind of not done anything along. The rule is that they are alive. Correct yes they are live without their list even coming up. I'd like to see Sean Connery appearance. It's nice but he's not high on just the first one that came to my my head. That's great he'd be good. I mean I it might have been legally giving right. Yeah because he hated that but I loved it. He didn't WANNA come back for any four. They they tried to get him to come back and he wouldn't do it. Can you give me some? Yeah Tobey Maguire wait. What will they set up? I mean they're saying he has. They're saying he hasn't been in a movie in years in years. I can't wait Melissa. Mccarthy makes a comeback. They're saying right. Here is Cameron Diaz K. Monique Remember Monique. She's great yeah Jack Nicholson Yeah. He's been absent for a bit but it's kind of like it's one of those things where it's a reminder of time passes and it's kind of sad and he's so far not what he was. Meg Ryan I would like to see A. I would like to see Todd Phillips. Do a movie called ridler with Jim Carey. That'd be cool. That'd be I've always said if they brought that character back doing it in like the Nolan Universe or some of these more gritty ones let Jim Carey take another Iraq ridler us. I still liked him. Batman forever like I still think he was. Just a pallet yes neon yeah Ashley Judd. She's Great Alyson Hannigan. She's acting anymore. I don't know Alyson. Hannigan is the host of. Yeah Lewis on. She is a Freddie Prinze Junior. Oh Katherine heigl Kay Kell Mitchell. Though he pops up Kelly mcgillis how many of these people are not acting or choice though? Cates Rick Moranis was a choice. Yeah I mean who knows? I don't feel like all of these people are choice. It's also like the hype is real. Because he's coming back with a title that we all really know about like what if it was like Rick Moranis in like the next triple x? You know yeah or like we would people be. I think people will still be or like what if Rick Renison doing. The guy like the guys did uncut gems like he's doing a movie with those like crazy brothers. Safdie brothers Sapping Gene Hackman. Gene is a good one he retired. Jt before he had passed. Where is jt? Oh yeah he went to Harvard and then not Lawrence boys boys three. So that's right back. Aaron Eckhart is that did he stop. He won't Sheila Acting My hasn't been anything since twenty sixteen. My number one cents. He had passed or before he had passed. Recently was general gene wilder. I wanted to. I wanted to see him in Mel Brooks do one last thing. I also went up for Bob Awesome. Yeah Ball side of hoping I was still holding out for Roger Rabbit. Dsm kind of sequel or something there was there was Disney plus doing something with the Roger Rabbit. Now it'd be really into that. I would love just create shorts randy quaid shorts Randy Quaid's weight loss screaming at the government of Jesse. Eisenberg really counts Patricia. Out in a movie to this is this is. This list is wrong. I mean billy Zane. Yeah do you want to see Billy? Zane get five hundred bucks and he will give you a cameo. Where's Devon Sawa big deal? Yeah back to Devon Sawa in there. Yeah I have mine. What is it? It's Josh Hartnett. Oh He's a great choice. He's he was great and he started eating. A bunch of indie movies went Emilio Estevez had been Kinda MIA for a while. But he's coming back for that Mighty ducks quack I'd like why Donald Glover back to acting Donald Glover be great and comedian a comedic. Wesley Snipes Great. Mike Myers Mike Myers has been in things. But I'd like to see him. Try TO COME BACK. And maybe do a comedy. There's there we're living in such a great time for all that stuff that I wouldn't put it past any of these Paul it's like Oh there's opportunities Galore but then there's also opportunities for them for them to make their passion projects to you know it's not just getting cast. I think it's like hey we gotta fill up all of this stuff. Yeah they're just giving people good deals. What about Sarah Michelle Gellar. Sure find with all. She wasn't a commercial last year. Who is your answer? I mean I guess it is Rick. Moranis for sure but With the uncut gems thing. I wouldn't mind like Dane. Cook ask like if he were to come back in a way that rebranding himself and just like being gritty and dark and not his like trying to recapture what it was before. I think it'd be very fun. Yeah I never had thick Dane Cook. Hey did you guys have Dane? Cook didn't like him. I for the really like Ryan Reynolds. I watched them live at the Improv. For like months at a time. He's really good. Yeah Yeah it was like post all the hate and He still had it a storyteller and a performer. You know so. He knows how to. I think rocket crowd at the end of the day All right well anyway. That's the end of my little topics so if anybody wants to go I'm very excited for Rick. Comeback me too man especially with honey. I shrunk the kids I have. I have a soft spot for those. I'll save my topic for tomorrow. Me Do my podcast. Because it's a little bit more or in the future All right well Mario. Does anybody WANNA say anything else or should we Ramat Aber feeling?.

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VR is always a coming attraction, but this movie deal might make it happen

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

03:19 min | 9 months ago

VR is always a coming attraction, but this movie deal might make it happen

"The not too distant future you can have your own mystery science theater three thousand style experience. Remember that it is actually back on Netflix. You can watch films with your friends you can make all the sarcastic comments that you want and you can do it remotely. That is the latest promise of virtual reality paramount. Mount pictures recently signed a deal with stop big screen to allow you to go to the movies remotely. Imagine geeking out over Star Trek beyond with a fellow trekkie on the the other side of the world. Just by slipping on your clunky goggles. Field that to get to the bottom of the house and wise here and see what else the VR companies are hoping will finally move this tech into the mainstream. We got hold of Dean Takahashi writer at venture beat as he was combing through the latest tech giant trade shows and he talked me through how virtual moviegoing would work. You're tuning in with an avatar image of yourself and You go into a specific room and there's a there's a cinema screen in front of you. It's like you're in a movie theater. You can look around and you can see other seats around you. You can invite your friends and their their advertiser there and then when you say something talk. Make a comment on the movie. The I can hear you so it's a it's a shared social experience. I kind of feel like for a lot of people watching a movie in your living room by yourself. Yourself is part of the joy of watching a movie. How much do you think? VR really adds to the experience here. There's certain kinds of shows where you want. Want to watch it with someone else. If you're a star Trek Fan it can be fun to watch it together with people on the same count and Watch watch with your family so if your kid has gone away to college but you still want to have some kind of shared experience you love watching movies You know why not do something like this. Get together Even though you're not physically in saint place is there anything that you've reported on or that you're seeing seeing that you think this is. This is going to lead to via finally breaking into the mainstream. I mean there's glimpses of technology that is coming coming. There's a Chinese company here is doing a at Vr headset. And they're saying that they can ship this for about four hundred fifty bucks so their name is Pie. Max So really. High definition basically yeah much richer experience. There's ways that companies like Nvidia are working on to sort of reduce the amount of processing power. You need to do. They have something where they would views I tracking to track where your eyes are looking on the screen and then they would render the image very sharply where your eyes are looking and then the rest of the images just looking at all blurry so sick of wasting their processing power Dean Takahashi who covers via gaming for venture. Beat I do you tend to find myself being just a little bit cynical about VR. It really seems like clever technology searching for a home but maybe some of the ideas that will finally make it relevant to more of us

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"takahashi" Discussed on Nice Try!

Nice Try!

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"takahashi" Discussed on Nice Try!

"Designed by Gobert Baker and a photography project chronicling queer separatists commune's out in the countryside fantasies of Utopia that are not some hubristic quest to mold the world. These dreams of Utopia are from necessity by groups of people who wanted to claim some autonomy when the world wouldn't grant it to them. There's an amazing spread in here of self photographs of a self defence class where everyone's nude but one of my favorite favorite things in this exhibit is a board game. It's called the rainbow game spelled with a G. A. Y.. Gay and it was originally designed in Nineteen Ninety two for this exhibit to artists Ginger Brooks Takahashi Nikos took this board game and blew it up and print it on a rug so you can walk through it like your upon and it takes you on a gay journey.

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"takahashi" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"takahashi" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Own on island venture like millennials. He's very woke in that. He literally wakes up in the middle of the night to find idols in trees. He does complain about the situation that he's in which he feels like other people might have screwed him into which millennials are want to do as well by the other generations. He does have a lot of social debt much like millennials have a lot of student debt. So the more we talk about this the more. I could see Rick Devon's as the biggest millennial since season thirty three proper Mari Takahashi was thirty one in millennials versus gen-x and that was now two and a half years ago. So that would make her the same ages. Rick Devon's okay? So I guess from an age perspective. He's he's right there. He's on the edge of distinction when it comes to an age gap. The interesting thing though, is Rick does not look thirty three. And that means no insult to him on. He's very happily married with children. But I don't know I in exactly thirty three year old books. Like, rob? Can I don't know if you've dispute this this is another sneaky, stinky thing, but he does not look like an thirty three-year-old millennial to me. Well, I think this maybe he carries himself as a. Mature news anchor that he is seemingly older that's true. If you if you considering the news climate we live in today, if you have certain pieces go across your desk every single day certain lines develop across your face. No matter how young you are the news will aid you. Okay. All right, Mike. Let's see some other questions that we have this is one from Curtiss on Twitter and wanted to hear Curtis's now that the season is wrapping up with Mike consider letting ream babysit his new son Asher. I mean, all the people do do not pull that mom card with me. I am not going to mum a bunch of babies. The furniture. JJ theirselves. I'm into this long distance raining. Yeah sport. This is what you can do in your backyard. Jeff. Yeah. So. You know, what I'll? Would you let Rian baby sit your children. Absolutely. She'll give best babysitter. Best babysitter from this season. Well, Rick's gonna play long will not play hide and seek with. I feel like she's off off the off the table. Ron is an educator. Ron is an educator about the kids out of the garbage fan. Yes. Exactly. But also, I fear if I live someplace if I live on Aurora lane that might trigger happy treated differently. And I don't know if my kids to be inflicted by any sort of dance fever, but at the end of it all hates word puzzles. That would not be good for. Yes. Drink kids. Yes. We are very jumble friendly here in the bloom. Household. We just haven't pasted up all over the walls. Let's see, Victoria. I feel like I don't trust. Nobody should trust her. And you said don't let slime into the household. So I don't I think we should promptly cut her off at the gate. Yes. So the toria no way. I think that she's like. You know, she acts. Nice. And then when I leave she throws a party in my house. My knee Wendy would open the door and let my dog out of the house. So I think table he stuck between peanut butter or jelly in terms of what to make him for a snack. And let's see war dog. No way. I mean, we're could at least give him a hat when it gets cold outside. Yeah. But but I feel like he'd be he'd be too out of control. Aubrey would just put too many weird ideas and my kids and make it think it's Halloween. Yes. Julie can make toys Julie can make toys, but you'll see Joey can also get.

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"takahashi" Discussed on Rose Buddies

Rose Buddies

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"takahashi" Discussed on Rose Buddies

"And you're about to hit turn and right at the apex. Your turn us slam on the brakes, and you sort of changed the momentum of your car. So that you're doing a breakside you go inside ways the other way to do. It is to is called clutch kicking where you hit the clutch after entering turn. And you just send a ton of torque to the rear wheels. And they lose traction causes them to lose. This sounds terrifying. Me basically cargo sideways cargo sideways. Yeah. And like I said, I know about it from Mario Kart and any number of other racing games that I got into I didn't play that much racing. It's not like my favorite genre. But the games that I did really attached to like there's a series called burnout had tightest drifting ever. And it felt so good. Like there are racing games. That are like these realistic sort of like fine. Tune your car simulators, and then there's like wild arcade games where you just steer for you you drift for. For like, a half mile and looks and feels super cool. That's like my main attachment to it. But obviously there's movies there's well. Fasten a furious and more specifically the fear furious. Three Tokyo drift. Have you caught that one? I don't think you've caught that one. If we haven't watched together, I haven't you weren't watching these before us now until drifting just car stunts in general, not not an Maya wheelhouse. The plot of that movie. I'll break it down is that Japan loves drifting. And that's kind of true because it's where the technique was basically invented. There's this racer named Kunimitsu Takahashi who was actually a motorcyclist who then became a automobile racer, and he's part of this circuit called the all Japan touring car championship series. And he was just a super flashy driver. Like all he got this huge following because he would start like using these drifting techniques to get through corners. And he started winning like actually a bunch of races like that. And people would like see the smoke was kicking up from his tires by by taking these drifts. And folks like went wild for it. And he was followed by a guy named k cheat SU Chia who's also called the drift king who basically like worked on an developed drifting techniques, and then made them really really popular. He would practice on like these winding dangerous mountain roads in Japan and. And and his style his his drifting style earned him this huge following in nineteen eighty seven. He got.

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Takahashi, Joe and Ten Minutes discussed on Talking Tech

Talking Tech

03:53 min | 2 years ago

Takahashi, Joe and Ten Minutes discussed on Talking Tech

"Recently, I landed at the airport and my lift driver did not want to pick me up for whatever reason. I had three a rides that were canceled on me. I thought it was kind of unusual, and then I met some this weekend. Will be the same thing happened to them. Got me wondering what's going on and what can a passenger do. So I reached out to keep paid Takahashi. He runs right Iru dot com. Actually, it's it's right. You're right. That's correct. And he is going to tell us what what's going on and maybe offer some tips. So e pay thank you for being here. No, no problem. Happy to be here. What's your take? Wh-what capacitors do Why's it happened? Well, if I could just briefly explain what's happening and what kind of instances can occur where drivers of decline on the customers. Now they're really two primary instances where you as a customer can be declined. One is when you requests go out to the drivers and they simply decide to not accept right, which case they request goes to another driving your by the other is once the drivers accept. But while they're on the way to you, they actually end up canceling the ride. So the two scenarios of where this could actually happen then the first narrow, yes, the drivers do ignorance or even decline the request when they receive a request, what they to as pains they have about fifteen seconds to accept in that short period of time, they actually do make a judgment. But for example, if the patch. Joe rating is very low as that's one of the few pieces of information that the app shows they may actually decline. Like on a busy night, the may not bother accepting requests in hopes that they'll get a out that are rated passenger. For example, another might be the pickup location which the drivers can't see. So if that's an undesirable place, eight, blah, it's a, it's too far when they are in areas that they prefer not to go maybe for safety reasons. They may also ignore that request on. Another reason. I could probably think about his the best in might be undesirable so they may decline that too. So in some cases of the drivers can indeed see whether destination is prior to accepting the ride, and it gets you some brief information safe. It's forty five minutes plus, or they're actually some set of drivers going through an experiment with Uber left where they can actually see the destination even before they accept. So I was at the airport I reached out for. For a driver and the driver called me and said, way are you? And I said, here's where I'll be. And he says, I'll be there in ten minutes. I sat there. I waited. I watched the map not move, and and I just saw that it went from ten minutes to twenty minutes and I called him. I said, did you cancel me? He goes, yeah, I canceled you. The traffic is due to bad, and then the next two drivers to the exact same thing. So I don't think I was in a bad neighborhood. I was at the airport now. Interesting ratings, so lift is not tell you what your rating is. You have to reach out to lift and asked. So I sent them an Email today, and I found out that I did not have five stars. I have four point eight, five and I don't know. Maybe I give about tip or something or not enough dip. It is four, four point eight, five qualify as a bad driver, a bad passenger that somebody doesn't want to pick up. No, that's actually deed is a good rating by four point. Eight zero seems to be the threshold that I've heard from many drivers. Where anything below a four point eight. They seem to pass up during busy times you using just fine, but let's go back to what you do because I didn't know what to do besides going and walking over to the cap section and going old-fashioned and using a yellow cab, which I probably should have done. What I did do is I just turn on the Uber app in even though the fair quoted to me was twice as expensive as

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"takahashi" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

We Watch Wrestling

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"takahashi" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

"No. And it's not Takahashi. Takahashi. Is that even name it? Yes. Yes. He still on the shelf with his neck. Okay. As one of them and it's not. He doesn't even know that difference threat Takahashi on. Takahashi and and not really old guy anyone's sick, and you know, pause because of me, you barking up the wrong. All I want a at this point. I want this show to be so mega mega mega ultra successful just so we started -tracting people who don't like the show and just are just in raged by you. Oh yeah. I mean, there's some, there's realm, but I mean, I've gotten tweets. We're still at the point where it's the people who listen like the show and it's not just got to listen to see what Tom dinar star. I ruined. I know one more guess then I'll tell you it is. Thomas chairs, terrible. There's no way to get comfortable. Okay, Sean, Saha climbs up. Do you wanna pillow for your back? It's not about the pillow. There's just no arms. We've got Kenny omega and his partner coda Bucci. Taking on. 'cause Okada and his partner told a hero itchy. I really thought you think Jap the tag on top. Maybe the toilet Plugger himself is in the main. We've got juice Robinson versus Cody now. Now I believe that Omegas facing ECI at the next show. Right. Is that maybe 'cause I all these matches. Obviously, you know, there's a reason for the season. It's always yes. The next thing you know who I got no juice for juice. Robinson. We're the he, he's never heals shit. He's never where the fuck where you there. Yeah, but that was he got me all juiced up, not because of him, but because Jay way truth. Oh, fuck you use does nothing for me the fucking wrapped up. He added the hand and he couldn't punch them with the fuck. And no, I saw it all year. Here's the problem. Here's the problem. Nothing trying to be like, oh, he doesn't juice me up. That's the only match you've ever watched him in. No, I've seen him before at previous guess what you haven't seen him since you haven't watched any of his promos. Watch the promos leading up to that match displayed our best efforts. We don't do homework on this show anymore, but brother, I try. I try to send you stuff. I say, you know what? What is it Wednesday? Well, Tom's not going to be looking at these texts. It's going to be a few more days, right? Alls on any of these things here, see all the texts, but I rightly. And just you refuse to reply to them. You could be land flat on your back and you wouldn't reply to attacks. It was a Matt issue arcs to, you know, it's just, I issue six less. I'm Tom to homework. I would venture every once in a while every once in a great while I trick myself into thinking, we're actually friends, you know. From you for days. And then I remind myself, you know what? This is a business relationship where business acquaintances young bucks taking on the gorillas of destiny. Yeah, who that Golo term and Tonga, Tonga Loa by the Japanese people on this show, all members of the firing squad with their father. That's right. The young beckstead. No hukou. In a match the Tom simply can't wait to see. Oh boy, the I w GP junior heavyweight title tournament semifinal will Osprey versus mardi skirl come on. Yeah, yeah. No, that will be awesome. I suppose you've been following mardi closely on Instagram with his new puppy since you're such a puppy Mark. I don't follow him on her. She Tana Hashi as discussed. Why do you even mention any any shoes? He could have the pick up his phone? If we can get rid of him, we gotta show here. Whoa, whoa. Last match. The fragging charm of this man. Oh, Tana and Kushida taking on Jay white and ghetto obviously discussed. Oh, then it's time for Los in Gober knob blaze to hit the scene of that gang very nice. Tetsuya Naito evil and sonata. Taking on your man's sabre junior and the killer elite squad baby boy Smith and. I can see him. He's always been water and way Lance Lynn Archer. Yes..

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"takahashi" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"takahashi" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

"Let's talk about takahashi's injury new japan issuing a not so helpful update today or yesterday on this and saying that he's had a nick injury which i think we kind of knew and and he's he's getting treatment on it it was a nasty bob yeah i mean i just i've talked to so many people about this and i haven't heard one person with the same point of view on whether this is solvable or if they think it's it's somewhat solvable what the correct strategy is one thing that does seem to be i won't say consensus but majority view is that this just has to be something wrestlers collectively decide amongst themselves cody rhodes last week on this show on if you friday told me that wrestling is going back to the way it should be were where the wrestlers are told here's the story want you to tell here's the finish and here's the time you have and then the wrestlers are given the freedom to go out and do their thing and tell their story the way that they want to artists they're they're giving a canvas with parameters but they they create the art on the canvas it's up to the wrestlers took collectively say wait a second we need to make sure that the most tactical thing that we're doing or the most physic the moves that take the biggest physical toll on us over time that were that we all are in agreement on where it should stop so that nobody goes that extra inch to try to be the guy who does more than others and then it turns into a contest of ever everybody one upping each other to the point that there's clear physical risk taking place and that the wrestlers are going to have to police themselves on our in in some of the some of the discussion which i think allen had a great point on allen kuna hand in the vip nearly to our roundtable discussing this with bruce mitchell and sean radic and dan kista is that this is this isn't just the moves that are done but it's when they're done and the pace at which they're done and so some of this is just being smart enough to make sure there's certain spots that you do when you're not tired there's certain spots you do when you're not in a rush there's certain spots you do when you're not super sweaty or your opponent isn't to be smart about that but it will hurt the product and there will be more people there already are people with travis bryant opinion and you don't want that to be reputation that you're watching a match and you're enjoying it but the the wrestler's might not know what they're what they're doing to themselves and it could end with the nascar fiery car crash version of the virtue progressing version of that and that's not good for your brand that's not good for pro wrestling and obviously it's it's most of all not good for the wrestlers longterm physical health and that that suplex on takashi had was not was not fun to watch i watched it live i watched one replay i've no turned away from it every other time i don't wanna see it it makes me queasy and i've told wrestlers in wwe in recent years why are you doing that don't do that oh i was nervous that that just seemed like something could go wrong and they'll tell me wade combe down we know what we're doing you know we're we're okay we done this our whole lives what what seems scared us and scary to us you know we understand what needs to be done we take into account and so i'm like all right so i finally exhale and relaxed and stuff like this happens and i know the standards are different w beat the new japan and todd martin made the case wb restrictions and wwe style are such where he looks to japan for pushing the style and more excitement and bigger moves and not a resignation to injury but in acknowledgement that that can happen and it shouldn't be something where everyone just goes completely bonkers like banning driving on roads because there's a car crash that's that's just part of the game so that's me in my take on what i think the discussion has been the past five days since this happened rich your take for me i think i fall more in the.

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"takahashi" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"takahashi" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

"You know i certainly if i'm jericho would even consider it but it is still worth noting that he's one of this not he's not in the bullet club but he's one of the non japanese competitors that is now holding all these major championships for the idea gpo and of course the united states championship is of course being held by a non japanese superstar wrestler since its new japan so i don't know where that goes it's not just bullet club anymore though it's interesting because that is kind of what the bullet plug was based on this sort of foreign heel faction and now all the foreigners have titles but some bullet club's summer not it'll be interesting to see what new japan does with it we can go over a few of the matches you know i am i talked about this last time you japan had a big show i'm as big a takahashi fans you could get i think i don't know there's just something about his charisma the way you can exit the audience and his style is so unique that i n he's young that i feel like takahashi is a guy that wwe should be taking a long hard look at it and takahashi is a guy who could do some really cool stuff in annexed you know he's not one of these guys so many japanese competitors ended up coming over and it's about them in the ring whereas takahashi brings so much entertainment along with that i just feel like he would prosper at least in an annex t ring to start out with but i don't see why wwe ring wouldn't be soon to follow but he had a great match we will spray the young bucks i thought were really really interesting at dominion because the young bucks didn't wrestle in the style in the style that they've been wrestling in in the last several months you know it wasn't quite as on the knows it wasn't quite as a meta if that's the right term.

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Intellivision plans a revival with a new game console

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:10 min | 2 years ago

Intellivision plans a revival with a new game console

"It seems that i had called coming everywhere but switch because this is a game you know will not this one but the last sonic racing game right was on vitas well and all that also racing transform i was really excited but it's also a little about is it's just sonic characters gracing and the other one i'd allstar so that was like say gall stars or something i liked i enjoyed that yeah we'll see i never played the last one so i do like a good the last one and i didn't love the way you asking me a sonic raciness coming to switch the question yes it is fuck ya okay ps for xbox one switch and pc this winter according to end gadget cool perfect because this is the type of game that i wanna play just randomly on a plane for the rest of the for a whole ship away like do a couple races and go back mario party i still go back to you grinding on it yeah a long time i'm familiar with these tracks and we got the opportunity to see it up close and personal but we can't have questions until next week still very much embargo i'm not gonna say anything business number seven you're on the rope report guess what's coming back everybody the in television for some fucking reason they're gonna make a new concept pettis like super stoked of course he is i'm gonna read from their press release i before andrea put some stuff from dean over adventure be on television entertainment is produ announced that it will bring the concept of simple affordable family in fun back into homes across the world miss those things go world with the introduction of a brand new video game console the television system named we'll carry on the company tradition of i with its new concept design and approach to gaming that's pretty much where the information about the council on video games live creator in thirty year video game industry veteran tommy taylor rico has been named president of in television entertainment as the company turns its focus on a rebranding in reimagining for the twenty first century while still paying homage to its legacy routes details on the new console be released on october first twenty eighteen then over adventure bt dean takahashi had these things tolerate co has relaunched the.

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"takahashi" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"takahashi" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"Investors out there this is a interesting and sexy asset class we know what that usually means for returns and there's a lot of there's a lot of zeroes so usually the when i asked this question of people that are in this world they say nobody should be an angel investor unless you unless you're just like have some super special set of circumstances so different way of asking it is coup of the of the broad general categories from individual investors to ultra high net worth investors to whoever else you want to categorize should and shouldn't invest in venture just in general says hey the biggest driver venture success as a willingness to have a long horizon i mean it is the asset class where you have to take the most on faith for the longest amount of time you're buying actually quite literally the longest dated furthest out of the money options the the you know you can buy in in all of the firmament of assets i believe in so having that high tolerance for risk illiquidity in horizon is a really rare kind of true trio i used to say that makes it a particularly interesting asset class for endowments this is the kind of swinson line but again with respect to don't try this at home you look at the team at yale and the core that team has been together since in some cases tim sullivan the private equity has been there since the mid eighties dean takahashi has been there since eighty one swiss are you of this amazing persistence and institutional memory then i look at their other endowments who i've there's this one school that we'd all be happy to and proud to send our kids to is gone through seven generations of private equity guys and every time there's a new sheriff in town you know all the managers rank shis and you know i it starts to i think erode franchise so the right endowments are important in then high net worth who have an entrepreneurial outlook so think more like principles and agents that's where he gets some of the problems in institutional investments is if people think too much like agents and they want.

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"takahashi" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"takahashi" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"Investors out there this is a interesting and sexy asset class we know what that usually means for returns and there's a lot of there's a lot of zeroes so usually the when i asked this question of people that are in this world they say nobody should be an angel investor unless you unless you're just like have some super special set of circumstances so different way of asking it is coup of the of the broad general categories from individual investors to ultra high net worth investors to whoever else you want to categorize should and shouldn't invest in venture just in general says hey the biggest driver venture success as a willingness to have a long horizon i mean it is the asset class where you have to take the most on faith for the longest amount of time you're buying actually quite literally the longest dated furthest out of the money options the the you know you can buy in in all of the firmament of assets i believe in so having that high tolerance for risk illiquidity in horizon is a really rare kind of true trio i used to say that makes it a particularly interesting asset class for endowments this is the kind of swinson line but again with respect to don't try this at home you look at the team at yale and the core that team has been together since in some cases tim sullivan the private equity has been there since the mid eighties dean takahashi has been there since eighty one swiss are you of this amazing persistence and institutional memory then i look at their other endowments who i've there's this one school that we'd all be happy to and proud to send our kids to is gone through seven generations of private equity guys and every time there's a new sheriff in town you know all the managers rank shis and you know i it starts to i think erode franchise so the right endowments are important in then high net worth who have an entrepreneurial outlook so think more like principles and agents that's where he gets some of the problems in institutional investments is if people think too much like agents and they want.

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"takahashi" Discussed on The Corner

The Corner

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"takahashi" Discussed on The Corner

"I'm sure there's a collaboration i mean ultimately they're putting on a great match the story will probably be completed in new japan but whatever it is i'm trusting the process and i'll stand idle and just wait for it to play out worse comes to worse they can't botch it as bad as wwe botch shit so people are gonna be like oh you're in new japan mark o w's great look this wrestlemainia car we're gonna talk about that in a minute but come on guys you know w fucks up like every story so it's like come on this a couple right by accident jumping channels and accident i have not going to say that's an accident and exceed is its own entity drink national and steve they don't mess up story lawns they had velveteen dream can allerg to black just crescendo to the perfect mark done will what we're talking about any minute let's talk with the security genesis car really quick because we have this young bucks versus chase always usually hero takahashi match which is people were like why is this happening i don't know you got the hangman page and cody versus omega bucci match which should be pretty good but obviously everybody's tuning in for the the main event which is because this get a cottage actually junior of course anybody who knows japan we just haven't taught about a whole lot safer junior won the new japan will cut by submitting everybody in his path including tallahassee and tests when ito and kota busey freely burgers row lineup of tournament and you submit all three of those guys.

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"takahashi" Discussed on New Player Has Joined

New Player Has Joined

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"takahashi" Discussed on New Player Has Joined

"The hey guys keep and this is jesse new player has joined podcasts about the video games that people love and why they love them today guys were joined by the wonderful dan merle who you might know from screen junkies or from honest trailers as we are talking about the nineteen ninety three sega's mash hit x men x men x men it's i mean listen it's a game i loved i loved it to keith loved that dan loved that we all also hated yes very complicated relationship at this game when i found out we were talking about this game i was like oh goody i went and googled it and went oh no everyone hated us game and guys since we are in we were recording this in literally the same room that we recorded mari takahashi episode we have the same issue of the lights just going off they have so much money but they can't fix so you know just take a take a second to keep your ears open and see if you can figure out when that happens figure it's usually when we yell about it but dan's great checkout his work and check out x men if you want and if you're a bit of a masochist checkout excellent but if not go check out dan it just so you guys know way to the end of the episode so you can hear us talks are good friend oscar montolio that's right guys we're doing a little sneak preview of our patriot episodes and this week's is category democracy so all you have to do is nothing nothing little bliss it'll be at the end of the episode but just you know don't don't stop listening just listen this isn't unnecessary urine necessary this is new players joined.

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"takahashi" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

AM 870 The Answer

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"takahashi" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

"And deficit of what's like you announce freedom caucus lost your leverage to government spending while i think i think who lost in this deal was the american taxpayer but i i it's been blocking point but i'm saying i have done it hasn't this takahashi freedom caucus a lot less effective and your ability to force change first of all it's not talking points the truth second people than trying to write off the freedom caucus since the last election i remember right up to lots of lessons said all of the freedom caucus has gone now because republicans i think we've been the most effective cock is certainly the most talkedabout caucus on capitol hill the last year and a half and i would argue are chairman frankly is probably the member closer to the president closer than probably any other member in the house or the senate so they can always say they're gonna write us off but what i know is we've got a big debate comey the debate on immigration and the freedom caucus is going to be in the middle of that in the speaker of the house promise the freedom caucus promise conservatives in the house that he would put the good legislation the legislation that is consistent with the mandate of the 2016 election that he would whip that bring that to the floor line immigration package it's the it's the package that's consistent with the election and says build the border security wall in chain migration stop sanctuary city policy do all the same that those those things that the american people want us to do and then also deal with the daca situation so it prioritises things in the right manner and it focuses on what the people elect us to do let's passed that legislation that's the big fight coming that's what we're going to be weighing in and trying to accomplish before we get to immigration and we will i want to ask you a little bit more about that spending package because house speaker paul ryan defends the compromise that he helped get throw heroes this is a bipartisan bill just like leader schumer said he get some things you like you give the other side things they like that's what bipartisan compromise is all about and i think on the net this is a very good solution on that a very good solution do you still have full confidence and house speaker paul ryan or.

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"takahashi" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"takahashi" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

"Yeah i was so hard like you know like i'm a show i love laughing because you know it's a lot of show but in japan it's not so much show was molesting um so works to send it was not my style i love you know i didn't know you can and also you know the who did everything should within the language they don't meat i cannot be jeopardy so i have to figure out if i like it in the next to i came back and we'll take a few months later and the worry first match i had i won the title uh at the collecting hall and i'd be night takahashi who was unbeaten for two years still was like a big deal so how long so cork and hall wow so how do you do this tour and then so what what comes after that do you decide to stay there and and add to your resume or what's what's next so my family um the stem mostly hirosho no the legendary wrestler japan uh you wanted to meet me and he invited me to his office when i came to the office there were so many you photograph session from pressure and everything and they have like a lot of key just and every sitting worse so he's not formal like i didn't understand a word and they were talking and then everybody that and then whose life came along the corner and she's german entry like hey.

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"takahashi" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"takahashi" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"So at the time the emperor show move rained a rich family in your motto province had this beautiful daughter and lots of men wanted to marry her but she was like not not interested until a suitor shows up with unbelievably extravagant gifts to winner over including three carriages full of silk so she accepts his marriage proposal and on the wedding night the newlyweds stay in the house of the bride's parents the woman's parents here her crying out in pain during the night but they don't do anything about it and when her mother enters the bride and the groom's bedroom in the morning all that's left is her daughters head and a single finger law and the rest has been eaten by a shape shifting ony which apparently appeared in the form of a handsome young man and this is evidence early on that the only have this power of shape shifting one of the most common things like very often in other stories ony would appear as beautiful women in order to seduce men and then they would turn into ohni and try to devour them or kill them or something someone should do version of the wear wolf game with only their cohort you know that would be perfect only yeah there are only among us okay so how did the only become q yeah because it's like with the cap of the sense pretty monstrous in horrific this like a standard like you know woman eating ogre here how does it become a key thing well rider cites several examples of how ony have become cute in modern japan on a very similar timescale to what we talked about the kappel you know the cap us specially having these queued incarnations in the second half of the 20th century especially around the 1970s uh one example of cute ony that rider sites is the loom invader so in 1978 the japanese mango artist rumiko takahashi created this incredibly popular series called rousse yet sura which translates literally into something like those of noxious alias and beginning in the 1980s it was adapted into a tv series films and a bunch of other spinoff media.

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"takahashi" Discussed on Capital Allocators

Capital Allocators

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"takahashi" Discussed on Capital Allocators

"Took a math test and start to work in a very small money management firm outside of philadelphia doing technical analysis i was essentially a human bloomberg machine bloomberg it just kind of gun started this is a 1980 six but we had system called quote tron in i would read numbers going across the screen and calculated and with my left hand and drought charts the my right hand than it was really exciting to really be meshed in the market in that way it was intense and so i didn't like that job enough to stay but i do i was fascinated by the market and so when i went off to school i wasn't quite sure what i want to do and investing was interesting to me but i was concerned that wouldn't be fulfilling as a longterm career because of the lack of kind of social impact and i heard about this thing called socially responsible investing and i thought as many people you know of that age think how that that sounds like cake and eat it too i need to learn more and i heard about this guy who had recently start working in the hell investments office who had done community economic development work and i was so naive about the world of investing that i didn't realize that those are two very different things so i i went for aberdeen takahashi on i wasn't sure if that was his name whereas title by went off for an information interview and within somewhere between three and eight mitzi convince me that socially responsible investing.

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"takahashi" Discussed on Capital Allocators

Capital Allocators

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"takahashi" Discussed on Capital Allocators

"Took a math test and start to work in a very small money management firm outside of philadelphia doing technical analysis i was essentially a human bloomberg machine bloomberg it just kind of gun started this is a 1980 six but we had system called quote tron in i would read numbers going across the screen and calculated and with my left hand and drought charts the my right hand than it was really exciting to really be meshed in the market in that way it was intense and so i didn't like that job enough to stay but i do i was fascinated by the market and so when i went off to school i wasn't quite sure what i want to do and investing was interesting to me but i was concerned that wouldn't be fulfilling as a longterm career because of the lack of kind of social impact and i heard about this thing called socially responsible investing and i thought as many people you know of that age think how that that sounds like cake and eat it too i need to learn more and i heard about this guy who had recently start working in the hell investments office who had done community economic development work and i was so naive about the world of investing that i didn't realize that those are two very different things so i i went for aberdeen takahashi on i wasn't sure if that was his name whereas title by went off for an information interview and within somewhere between three and eight mitzi convince me that socially responsible investing.

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