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"taran" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"He's a guy that i would want if i didn't know him. He's the type of guy that i would want at my. We asked the question about. Who do you wanna have dinner with. He'd be a great facilitator. You know he'd be a guy to mc a wedding. Oh yeah that sounds like an insult. But i like your wedding. Sure taryn or you interest. Attrition is getting married. People know that christian Recently got engaged. You make it sound like it just happened to me. I just came upon you. Oh my god what. What is this speaking of getting engaged. The way he was talking about his wife i could. I could almost hear the female listeners of the show like about you know well because it's a thomas to you can tell that it's honest And he he. He speaks that way about her off. You know privately as well. So i can. I can attest to their affection for one. Another now that you need me to listeners. Here's a criticism or taryn his his choice of hot tamales l. as his favourite weird stack criticism. I think it's really bizarre. And wow really bizarre. Oh usually very open to different types of snacks. well i've had hot tamales. You just don't like them. I don't dislike but have many in a row. Oh my god. It's way too spicy and and gumy to have too many but there's something great about that 'cause also has this great. There's there's like an absurdist side to him. He's weird too know. Yeah so it's sort of fit. Well i've i've never heard someone say i don't like i'm not. I'm not a chocolate guy. i'm not a sour guy. And i'm not a sweet like gummy guy. Like the only thing left is tamales literally. Pick one thing left after eliminating every other essay. I like mike's but i don't like i. By the way. I have nothing against if they became sponsor. Red hot steel used to love. I don't mind. I like cinnamon. I still really like red hot. I'd like them. Yeah but to snack on the picket as your favourite and too many of them to like eat them throughout now. I'm so hung up on like how taryn would respond to your christmas back' tamales. that's just. It's just bizarre that cinnamon should sound to. It's too much to butthead. It's to my job. I'm doing his version of you. I guess it is a little petty. I loved his. Tom cruise story i. It's so fun to picture him. Being around tom. Cruise and being giddy variety. Know i know. I know and i mean like stomach. Bumped into him really hurt his stomach but he couldn't he couldn't press and such made me laugh so hard it's also such a good storyteller. He includes like just all the relevant information right. He's such a good storyteller. He's funny in the reenacting and like self deprecating and he's just all he said about tom cruise. He said he's doing everything right. And i would say that about him. Yeah let's read a lotta okay. Are you forcing your voice. A little bit to sound less is this i am. I don't mean to be a little weird okay. This is a letter from stephanie. S subject cumberland island and an emoji. What else how would you describe that. It's like a gritted teeth emoji. Like my favorite like like this. Oh i use that a lot to I use it for like on. Maybe i do when. I make like a cheesy joke on instagram. Augerai wonder what word corresponds to that. I'm curious how she was using it now in what what started. Read that rita. Subjects cumberland island. Oh well let's find out. Yeah okay we don't have enough information now. That's limited justin and christian. And i love the show have been listening from the beginning. Thank you stephanie. Life is short was my very first. Podcast subscription whoa. That's really cool. Since i've heard it come up more than once. Now i wanted to share that cumberland island is off the coast of saint. Mary's georgia a small town ninety minutes south of savannah. It's right the ferry to the island the ferry to the island. There's no bridge dachshund historic downtown saint. Mary's near the lovely waterfront park saint. Mary's submarine museum and historic oak grove. Cemetery saint. Mary's is also home to crooked river state park in two kings bay naval submarine base. Wow i wonder if she works. Savannah is one of my favorite places visit while there are several beautiful islands. Off its coast. Cumberland is not one of them Thanks so much for hosting such a fun entertaining. Show sincerely stephanie. S a saint. Mary's native and a dorothy. Oh so i should have read that. In more of the author way cumberland island is not one of them. Psi spent dorothy impression is a little bit like you're on many well. The shoe fits. He has spent two summers at berkshire theater festival and enjoy listening to you. Talk about your summer. Stock experiences in the berkshires. I hate snowy places. But i love summers in the berkshires. I love them too. But i also love snowy. Okay would you. Rather i should we. I get to that cumberland island Dis wo you past your is. Your spell. Really cumberland island. I don't think i didn't read it. that way. she said savannah's one of my favorite places to visit in while there are several beautiful islands are islands off. Its coast. cumberland is not one of them. I read that more as there are so many more beautiful than i should be talking about. Yeah well i don't get the credit. They deserve high. It's a nice way of your real. Stephanie lesser apologised. I have always wanted to go to taibbi taibbi island that's where the shot the baywatch remaking among other things. But i'd love to go back there. God i love that place. Was that awesome place in in georgia. That we we stop and that great coffee cooler apu or george. Great taco town greytown greg. Coffee shop I'm curious to what she doesn't like about cumberland island. I just thought it was so beautiful. But i guess they're more beautiful places i should explore or maybe cumberland island has gone to hell since all maybe yeah maybe because it was i was surprised by how.
"taran" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Rest of your life physically. What would you pick now. You have all the thirty four. You're now thirty. Eight thirty eight years on the downslide bra you. Hey what is that cake. I was trying to lead kobe's. Yeah where's the tom cruise. Tom cruise cake. That's right you still get it. Do you still going cake. Here's the thing. So guy who eats hot tamales and drinks mountain dew baja. It's actually kind of sweet for me. The white chocolate of it is too sweet but kobe doesn't like sweet things and she loves it. I really like good but she loves. Did you meet when she was filming. That jack richard you the best. We talk about him all the time just so immediately. Charming as doing everything right. He's doing he's doing research on people he's retaining everything we get called the set because kobe's filming in the jack reacher thing and he walks up and he goes straight to shay our our oldest daughter and he's like. Hey tom i really like working with your mom. It's so nice to meet you. She talks about you all the. You're just like your great and chase holding at the time. Like a gel like lighting gel. Like you got little souvenir there and like idiot than i am. I'm like insert myself and make a joke. I'm like yeah careful. He's a producer so he can charge you for that and he just actually. I'm a producer. So i can tell her she can have it. And i was like the fucking and then we've been waiting. They don't call him until they're ready to roll. You've been waiting and he goes. Have you seen the set. We're going to shoot on shea. It's your mommy's office it's come check it out. Takes a full ten minutes the cruise waiting to like look at. How cool is this. Your mom's like a major in the explaining the character and taking things off the walls shea all about shea and you're just love this is love this man and then my favorite favorite favorite part of my first introduction atop be like taking a adult like notes from my god. How you do it. This is my favorite favorite. Is that they go. Okay okay and tom's only onset because it's a phone call so he's just there to read off camera with amazing amazing. Yeah so people should know that that is actors like with a half his stature. Don't always do. I mean that's something that people will literally phoned it in from their homes out exactly. Wow he's they're doing the other side of the phone gotta video village and and they go. You can walk around and they're like oh you can cut through there but there's a door that's kind of blocked by a c. Stand or whatever. We'll just sneak through there and like shaking secret through and then i go and he kinda like playfully pushes me like he's being me and i'm already wearing a mardi wearing my comtech and he pushes me and so the contact like of my makes you gotta and like i wanna like first of all. I didn't want to show pain in front. Tom cruise of sure you never ever ever ever ever tell him about it. Yeah i thought hersal. And he's fully committed to the rehearsal. Is doing this like watching. The monitor got cool. Cool checking looking bleeding stomach cuckoo. Cool a and then also. I don't know what shape your stomach was in at the time. Exactly but i imagine it's not tom cruise ship. Not a you know access. I was it was pre kito and then and then this is the best. Part of this is the best part of the story. Then i'll stop talking but they do the rehearsal. We're watching shays listening to thing watching the monitors and it's a phone call and then. Kobe is a joke at the end of the rehearsal. There's like that awkward. The scene is over. And you're sitting wait. Got and kobe just goes. What are you wearing. And everybody goes up with tom. Ios and the director goes cut all right and he goes what i'm gonna do wanna.
"taran" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"And and that's been part of our relationship. Journey is sort of defining you know making her a priority and making a commitment to her something that i'm constantly working on but that i'm constantly appreciate to that. I may build this this life this Partnership you alluded to this earlier. We talk about your kids that you know that what you do in the life that you guys have as actors performance pales in comparison to when you've care and at what point did that is that i think that just becomes apparent as soon as they're born i mean. Walk me through that. Because i would love to know what that feels like. But it's an interesting question. Because i would say like my priorities. Personal and career have evolved constantly again. No one gets into this business to be like. I'm going to be a very private person. One said like we're all a little insane. Because you only start doing this. You only start acting. you only become perform. Because you're like hey look at me. I deserve to be looked at and on rights. I have something more than anybody else. kind of. who went. Well well-turned i know we're jumping around. But when did that when when was that apparent to you to your family. When did that start defining you in your relationship to your family. Let's say pretty early on pretty early on. I like i'm a come from sort of a show-bizzy family or show biz jason. At least like my dad was a struggling actor when he was young man. My mom is struggling musician. I didn't know my mother's uncle by marriage was robert stack. Oh wow so. There's the on the biz was in blood already and when i was very young like Five five and a half. My mom Took me in my younger siblings to a commercial agent. Like had the wherewithal to know like yeah. This could be thing. You kids are few precocious. I've seen i've seen the head show. Yeah yeah so. I was only wanted to hang with it. I was only when they can walk into a room and be like. Yeah love milkshakes you know. My parents were good balance of like we think this is something you could excel out but if you say no no pressure like it was balance. So there'd be bursts there'd be like you know anywhere from three to six months where i'd be auditioning and then the second i was like i don't wanna do. This is boring. It's like we're done. Great oh interested in like school plays came into it and then i was like oh i could do that like we moved to big bear when i was seven. And they shot a movie up there and they needed local extras. So i like. That was an event that kind of way. What was the movie it's called. i'm sure you know of. I'm sure you know some people in it. It was called a pig. Taylor's a camp movie called a pig's tail and andrew keegan right. You're yes yes. So he was in. He was lisa. The oldest daughter from mrs doubtfire. Oh kay is a k. Yes not at all not christian. Can't stand. I mean this is. We have to cut this. Exit stream hates the performance. Of the young mara wilson. In mrs doubtfire. He finds really great. Missive scout fire. What adam until the fan then either figuring. Well do your impression of kristen. Not liking mayor wilson. I understand she's a child under stitches. Little girlish the kid. But there's something it's so visceral. It's almost you know what it is. I think it's almost. I think it's like an audible thing i think in the same way. The dogs react to whistles. There is some pitch. Some vibrations from sounder voice literally just like digs under. My skin in wants me to pull out my skeletal structure venstre. It's not a personal thing. I think it's honestly i think science. That's good so when you so when you're up at. I'm also fascinated by the fact that i talk to you about this Your childhood in big bear because if for people who haven't been there it's very It's quite rural and woodsy and it's remote people vacation there. But but for the part. I i've never met anyone who grew up there. It's a resort town. It's very close. La though like no traffic you there in two hours but it is resort town The reason we moved there is that my parents could afford to own land their own a house so as a financial reason they all there's a decent school system but for me and my two younger siblings. Two older sisters were pulled out of high school to move there and so they have a very different relationship to be bad. But my be my it was very idyllic for us in that it was all and it was outdoorsy and it was small town and everybody knew everybody else. We really loved our time. There and i think are are quite nostalgic for it and try to go back at least once once or twice a year. do you still have. They still have the house there. Or you know. When i was sixteen we move back down to the south data. Manhattan beach Because i was going to lacsa which is oh. That's right ronnie with ronnie with josh grobian. Oh really previous life is yes podcast guest to you has not as long as that right again. We're not as close. So i figured oh we should do this thing and then we're going to meet up in prison interview. It's great flipped mentioned. You do did you still know. How do you still people from ronnie he. I'll keep in touch. You know it's like maybe a text every two to three months something like that when we were in your both doing shows he was doing the comet show I should know this. He talked all about it on the podcast. Yeah a name of which escapes me. I want to say harold and the purple comet. That's what it was. Yeah that's definitely what it will always be now But that was literally right next door to hamilton. When i was doing oh there so that was fun. We got to go out to lunch a couple times and reconnect and because we were pretty close in high school. Actually we were. We were buds in high school. And you were on that kind of musical theater. Because he had talked about that a musical theater. Track that you were on what what was said. Why did you. And i didn't know that you did mad. Tv at such an early age. I don't even nineteen. I'm all in all how you do. Really are josh. Said something similar is that people were surprised once he started acting but once you started doing musical theater that that's something that you had kind of been on the path for doing. What derail you into. Sketch the fluke of of of mad tv. So you know. I got infrequent jobs through childhood like like in big bear. I became sag. Because i did like a reenactment front solve mysteries and i did a small part in naked gun. Thirty three and a third that was it. That's what i read. I was like what. Yeah wow y- all over the map and then and then went to this high school and started i was. There was a theater major as was josh and there was like a friday. Elective you could do in the second half of the year where you put on a big musical production and i didn't do that until my last year. My senior year. We did a vida but always done musical theater in you know at the school plays in big bear and stuff that was always a passion and love of mine and graduating from locks. I went to ucla as a musical theater major..
Recent email threats to US voters appear to be an Iranian operation
"The US director of National Intelligence yesterday said that the threatening emails received by voters in several states where the work of Iranian threat actors. See The A. P. for a general account. Both know before and proof point have published discussions of the emails, the text much like that found in extortion fishing except that in this case, the threat conveyed was that the attackers new voters were where they lived and would visit them with violence if they did not vote for president trump's reelection. We asked no before when they sent us their analysis if this didn't amount to fishing without fishhooks. Nor before his response. Quote as for cyber wires question there correct at first glance, this does appear to be efficient email as it resembles classic extortion emails that are now very common. That said, there are no malicious links attachments and no demands for money. The mail mainly demands votes and changes voter registration in quote. The sender's claimed to represent the proud boys a white supremacist fringe group, but that claim was quickly disavowed and debunked. The threat, the emails conveyed is also no more credible than the threats conveyed by their extortion models. The intent appears to have been disruptive. Whatever Taran takes its interest to be as defense one notes the reelection of president trump is unlikely in the extreme to figure among them. Proof Point said in response to a question we sent them that they had no direct insight into the party affiliations of the people who received the emails. The males themselves accused the recipients of being known Democrats but that of course doesn't mean that they were or are. In various news outlets have said that people registered as Republicans or independence or libertarians, or bread, and roses members or prohibitionist, or whatever may well also have received emails, Republicans and Independents anyways. We're just speculating about the others. All this suggests poor aim in what amounts in terms of tactics techniques procedures to a direct marketing campaign. The Washington Post quotes the foreign policy research institutes, Clint Watts whose twitter feed has an instructive discussion of why on grounds of share argument to best explanation the operation looks like one of Iran's it's ill-timed for one thing and runs against the interests of the trump campaign whatever the text of the email might say. President. Trump is as we noted above not exactly flavor of the month and theron above all it's sloppy. We can see that. Marketing campaigns for say vacation timeshares. Aura. jazzercise franchising opportunities would be better directed to say nothing of the rifle shot accuracy of association chrome or Amazon serve up piping hot. The Wall Street Journal reports that the Director of National Intelligence said that not only Iran but Russia to had obtained voter registration data. Such. Data are in most US jurisdictions matters of public record freely available and authorities expect to see more use of such information in the final weeks before the election. So of course, the claiming the emails that the attackers had penetrated election systems is who we Know, before added in their reply to our questions quote moreover, it's worth pointing out that the entire threat in this email turns on the claim to have penetrated election systems giving whoever is behind these e mails, the ability to monitor users election behavior. That's just not a credible claim as it is simply not believable that a group that had managed to penetrate election systems would be advertising the fact in such a public manner for several weeks before the election. We would expect any group that penetrated those systems to be sophisticated enough to hold their tons and bide their time waiting for the opportunity to do real damage come election day and quote. The Washington Post characterizes the threat as long expected quote targeting voter confidence rather than ballots and run on the cheap probably with publicly available data and quote. As we said direct marketing but selling fear and mistrust as opposed to sports, memorabilia or garden tools or. You get the
Vanderbilt-Missouri is the first SEC game postponed due to COVID-19
"We welcome you back. Our is live and underway busy busy I our. Thirty minutes ago we learned that the first SEC game has been postponed of this twenty twenty campaign it will be. Rescheduled Vanderbilt Missouri scheduled for this Saturday in Columbia. Now, be December twelfth. We'll talk to coach drink in thirty minutes and get his reaction to that. So here we go more phone calls in a minute a lot of fans unhappy from every aspect of the winners and losers speaking of the latter. Let's talk about the Lsu Tigers two weeks ago Scott Rabble a came on. Wasn't ready to hit the panic button. Everything was calm. Scott's gotcha very scopes. Scott Seen It all before. Scott. Have you seen anything quite like the ending of Saturday's game? Good afternoon how are you? and got to the NFL Yeah that's that's you mentioned I'm kind of reminded of the and it's not a good time Lsu that ninety nine, Game Alabama when just food he tried to run the ball down like. John elway. Pin Wheeled in the air came up a yard short and and they you know they they threw the ball and the they did it. They didn't score. So yeah, it was. It was reminds me of you not good times for Lsu but you know. I gotta say the way lsu played Saturday. On defense but also on offense failing to convert a third down there really is kind of justice. They didn't really deserve to win that game I, mean they they you know they pulled it out and they would've pulled it out there. It would have been a win that covered up a lot of a lot of issues. So what? I don't know if it's safe to go outside I. Mean I know I know the version fortunately escaped the worst of the storm the other day was farther to the West but I mean what? What what is the buzz in your town especially both Pallini and and I mean three games in he seems like he's on the tip of everyone's tongue is it fair? Oh. Sure? Yeah. Absolutely. I mean this is the this is the defense that You know this change Dave Randall left defensor longtime defensive coordinator WHO's hard under? Les. Miles. You know the several years ago he left me the head coach at Baylor. So they had to hire someone like forced out or anything. So hopefully knew who was here under miles and those first three great years in the Mouse Oh, five Oh, six Oh, seven the end up with a national championship and you know just it hasn't worked at me. This questions is Bo behind the Times is not adjusted to those are some great defensive back then with Clinton Dorsey and Tyson Jackson and and you know you're a great players like that got a little on Landry secondary great players like that, and you kind of wonder you know the Adjusting but. It's just been Y- coaches you're on himself is trying to put it all on him and the coaches and they got a coach better. You said that, Saturday, after the game you set it on his press conference today, they just lost followed. They're they're good players on the Stevens, their high NFL draft pick on the defense Derek Stanley Jacoby Stevens to real cox the transfer for. North. Dakota. State people said he might have been a first round draft pick. Had He come? Out and said of transferring Ali Gay Defensive End they lost a lot of great players, but this shouldn't be this bad and aurons You know famously said, then the all season, the defense look better in practice than at any time last year, and obviously that is not the case and they gave up eight plays a twenty yards of more. Missouri averaged almost nine yards per play and five and a half yards per carry it and it just that's just not. That's just not winning football and worst of all they all she just looked. I saw gene gene Chizik said after the game. So you. Look, like on Defense Soft and lost, and Lsu looks like both unfortunately for them. By, the way everything you just got through saying you could replicate for three or four other SEC schools except none of them are the defending champions like Lsu. Scott we're three games in I. Mean we all know that and I'm not sure how much you can value. A. Win Over Vanderbilt Right now considering the state of that program. But as you look ahead I, mean you don't look any farther than this weekend against Florida. LSU will need to score seventy points to keep up with them. Immediate? Looks. That way and I'm not a betting Guy Pa, my government I think I've looked at the over maybe go for that Florida's defense looks pretty challenge to Alabama wins and gives up forty eight points to stole miss. But the the disturbing serving big frail issue. Yeah. Everyone's having trouble defensively No question. Do you wonder if that lack of spring football or the proper time to prepare in the off season has hurt them But you know you look at that once you give six, hundred, twenty, three guys and the Mississippi State, history has been dreadful offense against Arkansas and Kentucky the last two weeks Missouri scored like I think three touchdowns combined the first Games averaging like fifteen points a game against Alabama Tennessee and it just go wild lsu just look great. I mean that's that's the part. That's that's extra disturbing prelates pans and like the lsu fans always. Always wanted this offense obviously, they complained for years and rightly. So by the the plotting less miles offense, but there's a lot of pride in the school, the the the the billy cannon is the star up in you know and and now Joe Borough and players like that. But the tried is always been the defense, the Chinese bandits, Tommy Tests Inova Win Dorsey Laurent Landry mentioned, Patrick, Peterson, Taran Taran Matthew, and what else he doesn't play Great Defense I. Think this is this is like a core value of lsu's program that is not being being held a lived up to, and it's it's very troubling Tila lsu probably would take a little less offense for some better defensive as. Scott Realistically I mean this weekend looks like a long shot I would have to say I mean still Alabama. Out There Auburn out there. South, Carolina am I mean everyone knows the schedule? I mean before the season some might be hard to win them all but maybe maybe eight or nine. Where's the sliding scale right now? Ball I don't know it's sliding really. Really. Bad way down the hill. You know a lot of hills here in Baton Rouge but he found it. It's sledding Hill that way. Down Victory Hill Yes for the team marches down normally before the Games by Tigers stadium is not vitriol right now I I like everybody else said like the six games else who's GonNa win and four games where the season's going to be decided Alabama Auburn Florida and Texas a&M, and right now I don't think he can after South Carolina just banning by the same score Lsu did Arkansas has played. She's gotTa go to they'll South Carolina, comes here in in two weeks I don't I don't think. There's any Sherwin left for L. Share on the schedule I don't think they're gonNA go one nine but I think right now you just gotTa. Look at what can you do to have a have a winning season they're still good players There's on this team in town they lost a lot from last year obviously, but you know the they've got to. Change, the things coach today coach talk today about simplifying both offense and defense. Again remember the offense was Owen on third down Saturday that's a pretty bad step to although this court forty-one points should have been enough to win, but it's still some really great players on the House Brennan. Has Not Been, Joe Borough, been very good. You know he's had over three hundred yards passing game over four hundred yards Saturday tariffs, marshalls been tremendous hit two, hundred, thirty, five, yard service and three touchdowns Saturday. So this, this isn't good players in the team, but they just got to get tougher and and find a way to grind out a win somewhere and and this is not entirely similar fall I gotta say from twenty. Dissimilar from twenty seventeen she lost at home Detroit and went to Florida the next week and they won the game I'm not saying I'm not predicting she win. But this have the size, a lot of field of that when they kind of looked tougher and more determined and they found a way to win and they've never looked back games on order on, they're gonna be hard pressed to avoid doing that obviously late this week. He had I wouldn't call it a charm to existence because now that you mentioned the troy game and there had been some ups and downs but certainly coming off the best year ever how is he handling the defeats? A He's he's trying to take a lot of the blame on himself and deflected from his team Not exactly deflecting from the assistant coaches said, he's talked about, hey, on defensive we just have one coverage and one one formation. Let's do that. Let's and you said. Some things on offense too. I think he's kind of talking about Scott Lenihan, the new guy, a passing game coordinator WHO and Red Zone specialists who take the place of Joe Brady who who was on the staff last year and of course talking about Botha? Lenient? Coach, and he said something telling today I thought that you said, you know the most Ryan. The defense but he he's he's going to you know be checked in on every formation every plan that they use you know as a defensive line coach that's his forte he he's going to be I think maybe a little more hands on with the formations they use and the and the and the coverages, and but some of that are doing well, he's Got Thrown out I think that. This is the defense he wanted this is he talking about being wardrobe four three and they've got a great. Turn of Russia there plus six turnover ratio they're doing very well at that the they're causing some some big plays in that in that regard and turnovers just can't get off the field and can't Can't stop people and giving up a big big yards on the ground, and then these these huge places. The elected eight plays a twenty yards or more Saturday and gets very, which is
How To Promote Your Alexa Skill With Quick Links
"A quick link for your Alexa Skill. Now much has been made of this topic recently among Alexa skilled developers. Everyone's very very very excited about it, and the reason they're excited about it is because Alexa. Skills historically have not been that easy to discover or to launch you and Bradley and Mike and Taran and Daniel. All mentioned quick links I. Think you're the perfect person asked question to what our quick links and have you used or implemented them yet. And if you haven't no no judgment here because they just came out like two weeks ago, I haven't used quick links yet but I am prepping to do. So at the next approval, we're launching something in the next week I'm watching this film the next week once that's approved in live, we do plan on using it on in our marketing. Basically, the quick link is Amazon's created this ability for you to share link that will allow someone to automatically go ahead in able that skill and either jumped straight to a task or go ahead and have your Alexa able device to just go straight to that skill. I believe it came from an announcement at Alexa live a couple of weeks ago and people just really really excited about these quick links. you know it's a way to get to Kinda help discover ability and share ability And so so anything you can share with us on the quick links each year we've got some developers that are listening right now who who have been talking about it earlier today. Yeah. You could share be off. So give the quick rundown on quick links. The base idea is that it's It's something a link basically that you can embed into your website that will allow user to. Start Your skill on one other devices. You can also do it like a notification. So maybe the user clicks out there like I want to do this later or maybe they're not home right they can do as the notification and when they get home, they're going to have that yellow ring glowing on their device and they can say what are my notifications and it's going to be like Oh you have a quick link do you want open it and if you say, yes, then boom it kicks you right into the skill the same way. So it's a way to kind of like open a skill later and so Amazon has. Released the quick links feature to make it easier for developers and businesses essentially market and bring awareness to their Alexa skill. Now, this is what a quick link looks like This is a quick link I created for a skill that I built called Carmen Johnston Gardens. Alexa Launch Carmen Johnston Gardens is one way of enabling skill. Now, this quick link up here I created and it Allows me to essentially use this link I can embed it in an email signature in email blast the social media posts wherever I want, and then when the user is logged into their Amazon Alexa Account, they will see the screen either on their mobile device or on their desktop device. When they click this link, the other cool thing about it is you can send a notification to your Alexa device and I'm GonNa try this right. Now I'm going to click send the notification and then I'm going to go ahead and actually show you what this looks like on my screen On. My Alexa enabled. You can see here. I got a notification on both of my devices. seats. As earlier you wanted to try the skill, Carmen, Johnston Gardens, and then you see this yellow ribbon over here on my device. On the one without a screen, the old echo dot there. That's pretty cool and then you can see chickeny any of your Alexa devices for notification. When you see a yellow ring to say Alexa, what's my notification near your device? WanNa try it now to say Alexa launch are open Carmen Johnston Gardens to show you how to make the quick link. Super Easy. All you do is basically take this. Lake grade here. This is the quick links syntax. And you copy the syntax. And then you replace. Can pasted into a browser window. And then you go into your Alexa developer console over here. And In Your Alexa developer console, you can get the skill ID. So. If I wanted to do one for wealthy nutrition I can copy the skill I D-. I can replace it. And I can copy this. Url. Pasted over into a new browser window. Again, as a marketer, I can put the Senate social media posts that can put this. In an email marketing blast however, I wanNA promote my skill. and. It'll populate the same thing for the wealthy nutrition skill in this case. And you'll see that. You can try it now by putting it on the third ECHO DOT in my case or on the echo show. Let me just go ahead. I I did send a notification earlier. Let me just go ahead and. Do It on the show right now. Ready to try the steal graph nutrition. Yes. Here's the skill wealthy nutrition launched on the web or mobile divides. Wealthy nutrition. Are you currently taking any wealthy products if you are say current products if not seen learn more. Learn more. Would you like us to tell you more about wealthy or take a quiz to find out the best products for you? Alexa. What am I noticed? One new notification from Alexis skills earlier you said, you wanted to try the skill Carmen Johnston Gardens. Ready to try now. Yes. Hi, I'm Carmen I'd love to help garden and entertain get started by saying home and garden holidays. Recipes, or follower favorites. So, that works like a charm and you can see how that makes things a lot easier for skill developers in businesses in marketers to bring awareness to their Alexa skill drive more adoption. This is a game changer. I hope this really helps you guys Prima Voice Design
Why Did the T. Rex Have Such Tiny Arms?
"With a name that literally means tyrant Lizard King You'd assume that tyrannosaurus rex would get a bit more respect, but the giant predators disproportionately small arms have been the subject of ridicule for decades there are also a scientific puzzle more than one hundred years after discovery of this species, experts still don't know why huge animal one that could reach lengths of forty feet, or twelve meters, or more had four limbs. That were much longer. Longer than an adult humans, if the arms were limp muscle free pegues, it'd be easy to assume that they serve no purpose. However, the evidence hints at a more complicated story, a few studies have argued that judge by the muscle scars left behind on T. rex limb bones, a full grown dinosaur could curl more than two hundred and twenty pounds or one hundred kilograms with each one of their biceps then again. This isn't as impressive as it sounds. Thomas R Holtz of vertebrate paleontologist at the University of Maryland tells us that some people like to overrate Tirana sources upper body strength that figure from before only translates to about one point. Two five percent of the dinosaurs total body weight, which may have been in the ballpark of around eight tons or eight thousand kilograms. Holt says that's like a two hundred pound or ninety kilogram man proud. Proud of the ability to curl two point, five pounds or one kilogram on these grounds, a few experts have concluded that tyrannosaurus arms were either functionless or seldom used, but not all paleontologists by this idea for his money. Kenneth Carpenter of UTAH. State University thinks the little limbs made great hunting tools in two thousand, eight, he and fellow paleontologist Christine. Lipkin impaired the five to source rex wishbones. For years that were known to science at the time shaped like a giant boomerang. Sits between the shoulder blades, three of the five wishbones that carpenter and Lipkin studied show, telltale signs of injury, among these were stress fractures, which must have re healed in life. So, what does this mean well? According to carpenter? The fore limbs were subjected to a great deal of repetitive stress, which was not uniform or steady, instead there were moments of extraordinarily great force applied to the arms. The likely explanation is that t rex used its fore limbs to grab hold of large struggling prey, a plus sized thrashing victim could easily fracture the carnivores, wishbone, or at least tear a few arm. Arm Muscles loose other ideas about the purpose of T.. REX arms have nothing to do with subduing victims. One School of thought involves naptime perhaps after a good night's sleep. Taran disorders use those arms to push itself up off the ground, or maybe they had a sexier function. Henry Fairfield Osborn the paleontologist who named the species back in nineteen o five believed that males used their four limbs to grab hold of their mates as Holtz and others have admitted. There simply isn't enough evidence at this time to conclusively refute or verify any of these notions, such is often the nature of paleontology.
Gauntlet.Network Tarun Chitra
"Taran, and the under Gauntlet and I. have kind of been spending time trying to make the economics in kind of. cryptocurrency land little more interpreted. But I've spent a long time working on solution based research. At hoping to apply it to. as people develop crazier and crazier. Systems. You're angry you're is. so the I think the trademark question of being this is usually. What's your back story? How did you get into crypto had his face. Deputies Yeah definitely so Ten years ago I was working at a company called D e Shaw. Research and we built a six for doing. Physics research so a sex In like two thousand and ten I'd say the majority of the people who are working in sex reader, building it building them for telecom use cases. So a lot of Customs F. F. T. like high throughput fit devices for. Different sorts of encoding and encryption. Mechanisms as well as You know defense use case, but there wasn't this current frenzy. Where right now there's. Ever under MOM, trying to build an ACE for self driving cars from learning CRYPTO ET CETERA But we we basically worked on. You know building this crazy. A sick physics research with the idea of applying it to drug discovery, so we were we were. Building the simulation machine that simulated sort of the protein protein shakes. And Yes it was Kinda dislike. Crazy billionaires, research, lab, thing and you spending all his mind, his fortune on building these. And you know in two thousand ten and eleven. When when I was working there, there were a bunch of times where we would by chip space. And the way, the chip-base selection works is yeah. There's a big there's a big physical wafer, and unless you are spending a billion dollars or buying a huge amount of jets basically SMC and Samsung and and people like that will just kind of tell you to. Paul. Probably even less than this. Fuck off! They will instead be like. Go Talk to someone who can take a hundred different orders. Put them together onto one wafer, and like make it economical for them at like a billion dollars. 'cause like they'd be really can't. Run their fabs economically until it's billion dollars so. It'll middleman designer that integrates all these. Little people who are important enough for their time. Goes to TSMC. Yes so the way the way this works is basically you take away her. the you cut it into blocks so Let's say one millimeter square blocks and then you auction those blocks like you make a design in RTL use synthesizer say like this ship is going to be like ten ten ten ten years by ten centimeters. Are the total surface area, and then you go and buy you tell the producer. Hey, we need this much space. The producer take design ads in a bunch of installation. And like other like physical hardware logic to make sure that your design doesn't leak into someone else's so that when it's Fab, so most fabs work by laser etching, and so you don't want the laser to accidentally someone else's design of a gate to action to yours. And so they hold the risk of making sure that your designs on meet, and they also are oftentimes whenever you hear US politicians complain about like. China stealing our. Ip It's usually this step where this happens, often. Because because the these These integrators who put together orders they actually have to have more detail about like what each circuit is doing to make sure that there's like enough power in a certain place or like there's enough installations so that there's not a tunneling event stuff like that.
"taran" Discussed on The Big Ones
"America's sweethearts coding. You we are power couple. Have you ever been approach to start some sort of lifestyle brand as a couple not really was? There's like a there's like a show that's like can we watch you watching TV together and we said no that I went interest. Jerry I said me watching. Tv as me. We don't need a video camera filming a what we watch for episodes of ever after high on Netflix kids. Oh Wow I didn't know you were plugging anything. Yeah sorry huge ever after a great fun for the Whole Family. So you guys this is. This is actually not just fun and Games today. This is not just US shooting the the you know what Shit. Yeah you said it not me. It feels less like a podcast and more like a day in court to be worse. So there's a few. There's a big woods feud we never thought it would happen. It's a big can. I just set are the stage for US yeah. Kobe really doesn't know anything about everything she knows everything about. It is just kind of what I've told her which is like bastardize and I'm sure I'm like aggrandize something like what he say and I was just like. He said that your mom could stay with this like that's nice honestly all having Johnny Heavily Reference. Your episode that. You're on Kobe. Because that's the only one he had listened to in the last couple of months and then tearing tearing took it as shade and listen just pleading my own gays huge Johnny Fan. Probably you know I do feel like you call all of your guests fan favorites but I feel like Johnny is the actual fan favorite. I always enjoy his episodes of the most And it just you know his tone which I very much joy is very sardonic rights and so we'll be half bringing up. You've ever heard a snake slither. Then you've heard Johnny Johnny Maze. Talk Sneaky Tiki. That I went to high school johnny. In fact he went to Prom together and his nickname in high school was sneaky Tiki. 'cause because he's sneaky me likes to run based drink right so no. I like it and and and it just at I was listening to episode. I got very excited when he was referencing. My Wife 'cause there was like my favorite human being in the world and my favorite podcast gas coming together but he just would not let up and maybe the most. Maybe the most irritating thing is he kept saying colby which is the cheese and not my wife. Oh Colby coby coby hope alright. Well we're about to put him to the test we're going to allow Johnny Maze to answer for himself to speak to speak his words to swear to take his little snake tongue in wrap it around us all Tiki Sir Tiki tiki sneaky Fees so let's say I'm let's open the gates in leading the snakes..
A Handful of Jokes
"Three one you ready for some lattes. Here's your first joke from. Luke what do you call it when a dinosaur crashes his car. I don't know Taran Ranna Soroush REX. Pretty good when Luke. Here's another joke. It comes from Zoey Sophie who lives in Vienna Austria What time do you go to the dentist? I don't know what time Tooth Hertie time to switch rushing to the other side of the top of your mouth and make sure to reach the molars all the way in the back. Here's a joke from Mica. What Christmas Carol do playing cards like? Gee I don't know deck the halls. Okay that was hall all right. Here's one from tabby. Why did the boy throw the butter out the window? Why because he wanted to see a butterfly the U. Butter keep rushing switch to the bottom of your mouth pick aside and give your front teeth a good brush to? Here's a joke from the Heddon family. I think what is a pig's favourite. Karate move what is it a pork chop. Here's another joke. It comes from Finnegan knock knock.
"taran" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"His mind on location. The first time in the show is very very special guests. I'm very excited. Leads you to bring to you this this month. Derek vassar what's up guys full disclosure tear into showed up at my house invited and just said hey. I found out where you live. I pulled a detective move on you and i'm coming in. No i'm glad to have you here. Welcome to my home. I'm glad to be the first hopefully not the last yes <hes> super super exciting. I had to the morning update a little early today. Go over to derek's house and we're here to ought to to chat for awhile absolutely before the kids get home and make our podcast terrible upbeat from tenley. That may not be good yeah. Yeah i actually for for uterine. Show listeners actually haven't had a chance soccer this podcast yet but i recently made taryn show shirts sweet. Yes that are now available for purchase. I would've brought you one but i find myself the one that i like else absolutely ally no. I send you a now because i know your true yeah. That's true that's true. I never realized that you are on the east coast. I've never realized that. I always assumed that you were in l._a. With rob and all them so obviously we were talking i think tax and when i learned to her so close on my k. you know it was yeah. I was just do it in person. It's it's funny because when i auditioned for the podcast the first season that we were going to cover it was big brother canada. My video audition for the podcast cast was a parody of the big brother canada preseason interviews and so as a joke. I like may like they had like a graphic and point to their graphics picture where they were from it and the joke. I crossed austin. I put it in canada and so to this day. There are still people that think that i actually live in canada because i i could've told me any ravna. L._i._c.'s that lewis dark room and i have no clue where you wash. It's very discreet your mom's basement for all i know exactly so you never know if anything happened and now it's funny you would tear the other day. I gave a teri. My address and i said you know if you tell anybody this address. I'll find you kidding that really the dow carrying his acid the sign n._d._a. Before he leaves and he's now we're best friends because he's probably one of the only people who know where i live in the big brother community yeah yeah you must be special. I'm very trustworthy. Yes you are very trust trustworthy face. I if derek trust asked me. I feel like that's a sign that i could do well in the beginning. Yes absolutely convinced the puppet master all right well i- by derek this podcast. It's it's about you so i wanna talk about you you obviously you it went on the on big brother. You were an undercover detective. That was the role you went in as when you were growing up did was that always your the plan to be to be a police officer. No it really wasn't i you know this is a story here a lot but i was a troubled kid i was. I was raised by my mother. I was one of four are in my my stepdad came into the picture when i was like seven or eight and had some issues with control in you know like a lot of kids. I just didn't have that father other figure my life got a lot of flights messed up a lot of things in gone myself some trouble and for me. I didn't really know what i wanted to do. So what i what it was time to pick pick a career college to go to base it on baseball. I had a couple scholarship offers and i wanted to play baseball so i decided to go to mitchell college in connecticut they get and i took criminal justice because out of all the curriculum they had that was the one that sounded.
"taran" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Here's a thing like we just said a little while ago. It was kind of their selling weed and coke to kids and that's not good boy. Why would you really have to think about is again. What would have happened. What about that girl. That could've been a victim of rape or something like that because you didn't act so as much. I feel bad for them. I'm able to feel better about the situation because i know the people we saved from becoming victims yeah and so listen. It's a lesson learned. They clearly working to learn it on their own because they thought they wouldn't give you any other undercover operation i've done and so you do get closer them. You do sometimes befriend them and actually to develop rapport with them but you gotta realize if it wasn't for what you're doing. They'd still be doing what they're doing yeah. It's it's. It's a weird situation. That's why they don't let detective standard covering. I'm for too long because you do lose yourself because you're constantly gaining the justice people and then betraying dinner with them. Yeah we're dinner with them and talking about life. It's not always like where's the drugs like you're developing relationships. We've done that are based on genuine interests. Yeah big brother like you know you really what i'm sitting there talking to these these drug dealers about baseball or football or you know life. A lot of those conversations are really me you know they're really who i am as a person in my views on those things things so it's very difficult not to become actual factually become friends with them and i think that's separates good undercover detectives from the bad ones the the ones who dislike trying to fake it till they make it the ones that really buy into it and i really i really bought into it and and then when it was time to gather the intelligence needed good for the search warrant i was able to you know to do that as well simultaneously but yeah i am. We definitely develop relationships with them but again. That's your job. You gotta do the job so you did that. It was like similar style of road casework throughout the next three to four years. Yeah i was in a special unit so we focused on drugs guns and gangs and prostitution as well and we did operations where we do reverse buys we buy firearms do prostitution stings johnston's where guys going out and soliciting prostitutes for money. We did low scale operations where it might be just a drug dealer. Who's selling coke near a school pool or we. We did operations involving kilos. I mean we have one point. We seized. I think the biggest operation i was personally involved in was with the d._a. Because we he worked a lot with federal agencies over four or five kilos which is thirty forty granted kilo and then we two million in cash that was in a suitcase right the house that we found so i go on the spectrum i've gotten experience every level of narcotics work and they're all they're all adrenaline pumping to be honest because every time you do a search warrant whether it's one nickel and dime drug dealer or a drug lord who's overseeing the whole east coast..
Pentagon Builds Deterrent Force Against Possible Iranian Attack
"Pentagon officials announced Friday that a patriot anti-missile battery is being moved to the Middle East to deter threats from Taran. A senior US military official says the Iranian threat to US forces in the Middle East remains quilt real and credible. The official said the Iranian threat on land involved possible attacks in Iraq and Syria by Shiite militias, doing Iran's bidding on see the threat came from Iranian commercial boats, loaded with military hardware that could include missiles, the official said the Centcom received the intelligence late last week and saw it is quote unearthed and credible threat that needed a response to deter
An Interview with Presidential Candidate Sen. Michael Bennet
"Joining me now is the latest democrat to get into the presidential race. Senator Michael Bennet of Colorado. He calls himself a pragmatic idealist. And Senator Bennett is joining me now from council bluffs where I believe you'll be there holding presidential caucuses. So I here in just a mere twenty one months from now, Senator Bennett, welcome back to meet the press, and more importantly, the fact that you're running for president Asia means you're cancer free. I want to get that. So that is good news as well. Well, I really appreciate your having me back. We were the last time. I saw you had the diagnosis, but not the operation right now, I know of cancer free, and we're moving ahead. Right. Let me ask first about your candidacy. You're the eighteenth major candidate into this race. You're the eleventh white male. You're the seventh US Senator. You're not even the first Colorado in the ratio the second, Colorado. You look around this field. What was missing what what is missing that you're providing to this race? I think that this. I think we need somebody who's going to level with the American people about why our system doesn't seem to work for them. What why seems to be getting worse and worse and worse, I've had two tough elections in this wing state out in the middle of the country where I think we feel pretty ignored by what people on the coast or saying in third I've got a record in the Senate of a lot of bipartisan results, but I've been there long enough to know how to get some things done. But also long enough to know why things don't get done in Washington. What needs to be able to what needs to be fixed? My conclusion Chuck was that if we continue down the road, we're going down politically. And that's even before Donald Trump was. Over the next ten years. We will be the first generation of Americans believe less opportunity more to the people coming after us. And I feel like it's my responsibility as it is every American's not to accept that outcome. Pragmatic idealist? Okay. Some might say that's an oxymoron, you can't be both give me an example of where you think you got to be a bit more pragmatic in your idealism one of your opponents in this race Jane's LIZA governor of Washington. He's proposing to get rid of I think all coal fired power plants within a ten year period. Is that too idealistic? Is that not pragmatic is that an example of what you're trying to say is pragmatic. I I think that I think that might actually be really possible. And I think there's a lot of merit in his proposals. I think my my suggestion on Medicare exit creates a true public option administered by Medicare rather than take threatening to take away insurance from one hundred eighty million people. Eighty percent of whom like it all the unions in America that have negotiated for their healthcare plans. I mean, I think that the American people have waited long enough for universal healthcare. Okay. I'd say on idealism side of it. It's because I actually genuinely believe that the best the best the best form of government is self government. And I, and I believe that the free kind of government is self government. And that we have an obligation to preserve the democratic institutions that two hundred and thirty years of Americans have preserved for us, and that our children are going to need to resolve their differences. But we seem to be so cavalier about destroying, and, you know, the idea that we're going to run down the rat hole that the freedom caucus has taken us down over the last ten years in their Taran ical way. I think would be a huge mistake. Think it's by the way, I think it's a disgrace that we lost Donald Trump to begin with, you know. And now, it seems to me that we need to approach this work in a way that's not going to give him a second term. Well, let's talk about this institutions, it seems as if congressional Democrats you're one of them you would be a potential juror. There was some sort of successful impeachment of the president in the house. But it seems to me that this is the debate in the Democratic Party. There's a pragmatic streak and speaker Pelosi who essentially seems to be more focused on twenty twenty then impeachment. Then there is congressional other congressional Democrats who say sort of making a similar argument that you're making about the institutions or wearing away at some point congress has to stand up to these things on accountability. Where do you fall on this impeachment question, and where did you partner should fall on it? You don't think based on the polling that you just cited where we're the majority of people say that the house should continue to investigate. And then we should make a decision down the road about whether to impeach or not. And then obviously to convict or not in the Senate. I think that's exactly right. And that's what we should do, you know Muller should testify. We should have the full unredacted report. He I mean to me it's seems fairly clear from the evidence that he has committed impeachable offenses, but we need to go through a process here. And see if the American people can be convinced that that's actually the right out. Okay. That we don't go into that. We don't unnecessarily divide the people that we need to that. We who support we ultimately need Democrats Republicans independents to change healthcare for the American people to build infrastructure for the American people to have an approach to climate that actually ill. On the seventy percent of American people that say climate change is real humans have contributed to it. That is what that is what the broad view is among the America people yet we keep losing to climate deniers we keep losing to people who are taking healthcare away from the American people losing to people who are cutting tax cuts for wealthy people and blowing up deficit, we should ask ourselves. Why are we losing to people that are adopting policies that are so answer to what the American people want? And a big reason for that is that we're not talking to the middle of America. We're just we've got a bi-coastal vice that that's unconstructive. Well, let's talk about that. You talk about something called the Trump trap. And it seems to me when it comes to congressional oversight. He may be setting a trap, which is you say, no to everything you stonewall on everything. And it's going to jam congressional Democrats, and it is perhaps setting up a no win situation. It's sort of if you want to hold them accountable you have to start impeachment. You don't go down this line. How do you? Void that trap. What do Democrats do tomorrow? Bill bar does not agree to testify Mollard if they withhold Muller. What do you expect the Democrats to do? Well, I agree. First of all with the Democrats that you you quoted earlier in the program that Muller auto resign. It's disgraceful what he's done. Right. I'm sorry bar bar. He's behaved like, you know, Trump's criminal defense lawyer said that he turned generally United States. It's just and by the way, well in just this week, the kinds of things Crump has gotten away with attorney general's gotten away with if Barack Obama had done one of them. They'd be calling for his head. The fact that they're willing to do that doesn't mean we should go down that radical. I think we should see whether or not pressure will build for the Muller testimony pressure will build to get the report out. And I think that we should do all we can to beat those drums and make sure he does have to come testify to congress and tell us what he found and explain why Bill bars summary of the work that he did a guy who is mired at least in the old days was admired by everybody. You know, no matter what part of the work. He did over two years that demonstrates conclusively that he could not. Clear the president of committing the crime of of conspiracy of obstruction. You know, he said I can't indict a president. So I'm not gonna knock into not going to say that he committed crime. But based on the evidence that I've seen I can't clear him for this crime. That means that congress has to do its oversight. All right. Let me move to if you run against Donald Trump because I want to show you these economic numbers three point six percent unemployment two hundred sixty three. New two thousand jobs created in April three point two percent, wages of wait three point type wage increase. Consumer confidence is fairly high. There's a lot of voters out they say, all right. I don't like Donald Trump's character. But the economy is humming. And I vote pocketbook. What are you talk? How do you convince that vote or not vote their pocketbook? If they like this. Note people will people will vote their pocketbook. But Chuck were in the tenth year of recovery that started in two thousand nine when Barack Obama was president. If you look at the job creation numbers along that trajectory over that ten years. It goes just like this Donald Trump is elected in the last two years, and I will confess even he couldn't screw up the momentum that we have been going on for the eight years that he got elected the difficulty is that when you're in a state like mine, Colorado, which has one of the most dynamic economies in the world. Not just in America people still most people can't afford housing. They can't afford health healthcare. They can't afford higher education. They can't afford early child who had education. They can't afford a middle class lifestyle. And Donald Trump has done nothing to help with that nothing to help with it. Second point. I would make is even if you feel like he's done the right thing by cutting taxes, which I don't because he cut taxes. On the wealthiest people in America Moseley, even if you feel like he's done the right thing in a regulatory way or taking on China and away you like the fact that he has built his entire political career on dividing Americans, not United Americans undestroyed institutions. I've going after the free press on violating the rule of law and being proud of that on playing Patsy to dictators like Putin and in the North Korea dictator just this week. I mean here he's saying I'm with him. He says I'm with him. I know he wouldn't do anything to hurt. His Connie North Koreans are starving because of what he and his father have done to their Konomi. So we gotta keep our.
"taran" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Australian Brinton Taran who live streamed his shooting spree at one of a mosques in Christ Church in New Zealand. It's very fluid right now, as you know, when these things happen. The the the biggest concern is to make sure there's not a copycat at least three suspects are in custody and the attacks on to mosques in New Zealand French investigators running into a problem with the black boxes from the plane crash NBC's. Tom Costello explain very concerned about opening up those black boxes because they are so seriously damaged. They don't wanna compromise the data. Eight fifty W F DL's. Karen Curtis tells us Florida has some of the most aggressive drivers on the road. A new study ranks Orlando drivers as the most aggressive in. The state gas buddy reports Orlando is also number seven in the United States for aggressive driving Miami Fort Lauderdale made the list at number seventeen and Tampa Saint Petersburg came in at number nineteen gas buddy used it's apt to determine aggressive driving events such as speeding hard braking or accelerating to come up with the list. Karen, Kirk news talk eight fifty W F T L today marks one year since six people were killed and others injured and the collapse of the pedestrian bridge at Florida international university, the F I U flag is flying at half staff. In a moment of silence was held on campus to remember the victims that construction company that was building the bridge is facing lawsuits from the families of victims and has filed for bankruptcy. The federal government is also find the bridge builder and designer, although. Oh, the incident remains under investigation. The NTSB cited design flaws in a preliminary report on the collapse. Recco show. NBC News Radio quarterback. Ryan tannehill has been traded from the dolphins to the titans. Miami gets a fourth round pick in twenty twenty and a seventh round this year. Tennessee gets a six round pick this year along with tannahill. Eight fifty WFL news time four oh two..
Celebrity Big Brother Season 2 Cast List: Anthony Scaramucci, Joey Lawrence, Dina Lohan and More
"Dina lo Han will be in the celebrity big brother house v. Former White House communications director, Anthony Scaramucci will be in the house. We have Tamar a Barack Ston ho co host of the real and sister of Toni Braxton is going to be in the house. We have actor Jonathan Bennett and former co star of Lindsay Lohan and comedian Tom green is also going to be in the big brother cast Taryn those who your twelve names. Yes. I've got to say, I I'm not a celebrity person in general. But I feel like I did recognize maybe a little bit more from this cast than I did the previous one. And I like what I see. Okay. All right. So Taryn,
U.S. reimposes Iran sanctions, Tehran decries 'bullying'
"It's two thirty eight. It is official. The US has reimposed all sanctions lifted under the Iranian nuclear deal of thousand fifteen proper administration adding nearly seven hundred targets including fifty Iranian banks to the list. Washington says any company or country that does business with the Taran government will feel the sting of US penalties. Incredible. Pauline jam. Tehran Iran's president Hassan Rohani in a televised speech bypass US sanctions also said the Islamic Republic of Iran can sell it's oil today. And we'll continue selling his
"taran" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Have you got any information oh good people too oh god we get this question all the time we have had such bad luck with solar on a referral list now if we were someone like homeadvisor we would just send out you know leads to everybody but we don't do that and we had a guy that did a good job at one time then he went south we've had people in the past i'll give you an update on the solar because we are trying to find a good solar contractor they're very very difficult to find and don't ever depend i'm just going to tell you the straight up don't ever depend on a solar contractor being around i don't care who they are it it's just not going to happen they're only going to be around as long as the government subsidies and stuff for their that they cannot possibly afford to be in business without it so if you find something you gotta find him based on what they're doing for you at that time not the future okay you can't depend on the future when it comes to solar unless you're talking about solar city that's about the only one with elon musk that will probably be around we'll talk about that more if you have any specific questions if you don't it's just suffice it to say we don't have anyone specifically right now and we're working on it but don't even don't even pretend they're going to be around just by equipment that's good they can be serviced by where it's common and people know about it rather than some off brand that's cheaper all right so frank taran the real estate man we talked to ideal just a little while ago about cash deals and pre approvals frank drank can find you the deals if you're looking for a home i talk.
"taran" Discussed on KOMO
"Store mayor john taran officially called it stormy daniels day and presented her with the key to the city duran called her a modern day lady godiva twentythree till later this hour a nonagenarian proves you're never too old to have fun i'm john trout and your with america in the morning president trump is pushing his new narrative on the fbi and the russia investigation with details here's terry moore we now call it spy gate a lot of bad things have happened talking with reporters at the white house trump said it looks like the fbi planted a spy in his twenty sixteen presidential campaign i think people are going to see a lot of bad things happen i hope it's not so because if it is there's never been anything like it in the history of our country for you have to do is look at the basics and you'll see it looks like a very serious event but we'll find out the fbi reportedly had a confidential source talking with members of trump's team that was in the early stages of the investigation into russian interference in the campaign the president also responded to new criticism from former fbi director james comey but if you look at what he said all of the lies all of the fiction i think he's got a lot of problems trump defended his firing of komi last spring i did a great service to this country by firing james gummy komi had tweeted the trump's ongoing attacks on the fbi we'll do lasting damage to the us i'm terry moore in washington twenty two till secretary of state mike pompeo is acknowledging president trump's statement that the us could walk away from the planned summit with north korea here's natasha chen is a north korea summit going to happen or not so that decision ultimately up to chairman kim president trump is committed to diplomacy secretary of state mike pompeo addressed the house foreign affairs committee wednesday he said the administration is still planning on a meeting with north korea on june twelfth and singapore riser wide open to the lessons of history but we're optimistic that we can even outcome that would be great for the world but even president trump has acknowledged the meeting may be in jeopardy so there's a very substantial chance at a.
"taran" Discussed on I Think You're Interesting
"Right there to catch it but she can't catch loudly yes to catch it quietly so without dialogue just with sort of the sound and the camera work setting up those rules that will unfold the rest of the film and just just to expand on the idea of the sonic rules i think there's a lot of subtle things we did that people won't notice for instance in most movies when we're outside in nature we would play you know birds and crickets and single crickets and single birds and this movie for instance we do play cricket beds outside but we don't play any individual single crickets with taran force the logic anything any single sound that stands out from its background that sort of absorbing it masking it is gonna be dead so there's no single crickets there's no single bird calls except for i should say there is a few single crow calls in the beginning of the movie but they're flying up in the air so all of this sort of reinforces the the sound rules of the of the movie that anything that stands out from the background would have been killed already and anything that has survived has figured out those rules i will say this this is a very mild spoiler i won't tell you what happens that toy space shuttle does make a noise at some point how long did you sort of agonize over how loud to play that how like how big to make that moment because it's when we learned something very big about the world that's a great question and those little toys have tiny little speakers so they admit what is a high frequency sound and the human ear is particularly attuned to those high frequencies that's how we have evolved as hearing beings we have to hear the twig cracking of the predator sneaking up behind us that's in that high frequency range we have.
"taran" Discussed on Z100
"Okay i'm of being yeah symbol that'll be the good grow nettle everybody hope is taran and the one show one hundred we have song about someone who stories kind of confusing you explain it scary this is a friend of yours friend of mine freaked me out when i heard this he went to a bar start talking to a girl who was allegedly there with her brother she was with her brother he ends up hooking up with the girl at the bar but feels weird about it and keep saying don't worry he's only my brother then he's in the backseat with the girl and the brothers driving the car and the going toward her house and then he stepped my buddy's still freaking out because i can't do this with your brother here long story short somehow they wind up back in her apartment they're doing the deed they're hooking up hardcore he sees the curtain rustling and she's like don't worry about it keep going turns out it was her brother behind the curtain watching them there's more as it turns out she finally reveals it to him it wasn't her brother it was her husband scary to have a heart attack he is so that is that is odd in other words husband and wife go out they pick up a guy and the husband likes to watch his wife getting on with another guy bottom line it's got to be finished because i seen like you know like porn titles i like to watch we're husbands wanna get it watch the wife gets called bang my wife please and my buddies just kind of said okay thanks later i don't have learned to listen to all stories not for you know but can you i just can't imagine sharing my other half with somebody else and then watching them do them can i just i i would not feel comfortable doing hello sky well i got paid thank you guys thank you very much i would never ever be able to do that ever tim what's going on good i'll tell you what can we do for you today tim read an article about a month ago bye just guy basically pay for hotel room his wife would go out and she had a guy all he did was come to the hotel room sex with his life and he would watch and then he would make them like breakfast after there's a name for it.
"taran" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
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"taran" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"You know and modern sensibilities are definitions as you mentioned as a national guard or something than he of fine but that was not the idea the idea of the people essentially protecting this contry as the as a country from tyranny and we can say okay now that's the role of a national guard doesn't change the idea in the spirit behind what that amendment provides for the individual uh yeah and that's why sri was said no it's an individual right individual right to that that's why i've always expanded beyond i understand that the founding fathers looked at it and said look if the the it is um uh you know the uh the uh right to keep and bear arms the major reason that the founding fathers wanted it was uh because of government tyranny um because if you had a militia which was made up of the people right of the different you know uh states then you can fight possible tyranny if it comes again because ages dealt with that with tyranny but the other reason that i've said that you know you have to look at it for selfprotection too because there is an inherent right for selfprotection right the founding fathers may have focused on the fact that it is about uh you know a tyrannical government and been able to fight that but the other point is as we said before that individual rights and the individual right is bolstered by the fact that you as an individual right had the right to self protection from any thing and that's why i've always emphasized both but i've got into some great discussions with people said no no no you can only focus angle known heat don't i would never just focus on the one i'm not discounting the focus on the one what i'm stating is i understand that he left if you focus on the one with unstable that it's not an individual right why point is right it's as much of a godgiven right to protect yourself from a tyrannical government as it is somewhat robber coming to take away my property or a guy like it would seem idea any any given threat is a god giver right now the focus at that time might had ben because of the taran icl government it does not discount that individual right from any thing that.
"taran" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Listeners like you who donate to this npr station it's morning edition from npr news i'm steve inskeep and i'm david greene and you know i was lucky enough to be in gorgeous park city utah this past weekend there was a fresh coding of where more than a coating there was a foot of new snow amazing skiing at a whole lot of movie stars around town there for the annual sundance film festival but to me the true stores are the intrepid film critics including our own kenneth taran who are gravely watches movie after movie so that we don't necessarily have to kenny joins us from parts that he he can hey david i do i'm good i wish i were still there i feel jealous you're still we were just having lunch in park city a couple of days ago now back to work in la you're at work to watching movies so where should we start marino usually alike the document reason they were good this year to ask to the dramas really grabbed me in illinois was one actually that i just really enjoyed called juliet naked uh it's from a book by nikorn be you know his books have made other films like highfidelity in about a boy and scott this really charming plot about an obsessive rock fan played by khorasan dowd his longsuffering girlfriend played by rose burn and thin there's the rocker himself the reclusive tucker pro play by ethan hawke and the three of them somehow come together and it's just charming this is a different sundance for you if you're if you're focusing on the drama some art i know i don't know i'm kinda get up in the morning at wondering your health what's going on here other more drama sequeira the other two others that i really like that one.
"taran" Discussed on Aaron's World
"Okay let's go through reams sores or one of the largest fair pods that ever lived they live in western your fun merca acquited mary very end up the cricket anxious devolved right before debt asteroid hit named taran source means tyrant laser in the word racks means king sale they were the tyrant lizard kings most people just call them trex for short to ran a source with big carnivores they were probably as big as address and they were strong with lots of muscles they walked down two lanes inside had a long tail for balance ends that they had any beatty arms with two fingers on each hand but they had a large goal in huge jaws filled with flocks is sharp teeth for bathing at the problem crashing eat bone i got to hold the key rex two once it was really long probably bigger than the grownups hand uneven monday within the pencil there is a direct.
"taran" Discussed on WDRC
"Taran acl government because the founders of this country knew what a taran acl government was and in a lot of ways our current government behaves in a taranath away it is tyranny over the average citizen and they keep chipping away at your liberties every every week every day every year and i'm not sure were at the point yet of revolution but the point is the founders wanted the citizens to be prepared for that if if needs be let's go to michael in virginia and michael welcome to the lars larson show very well folks on um i just wanted to make a comment will tillerson who quick the good it would because that's worth mentioning it painfully obvious that you know this is all it when a board build soldeirs prior to two by the administration and get rid of you keep simple way little by little uh you know the people who curled has support you know we've seen it already on several occasions than it so uh you know do two other you know all flanked eternal though guided urged to get out of her so michael try this on for size because i know that the left and the right in american staked out very firm positions and neither one of us is inclined to give up our position and we do worry about the slippery slope but i think on the bump fire issue we can actually say f you know what that's one we can agree on and we don't mind doing it and if we did that do we give up anything not really um because all that devices decide is designed to do is to allow illegal firearm to mimic what is currently an illegal firearm and i don't know many people who are second amendment supporters who say well we should make it legal for a average citizens to own a fullon full auto machine guns without the kind of federal government oversight they've got now there might be a few and that's fine but i think most of us care about her second amendment rights and we'd like to keep what we have and that bump fire issue that's one we could give up and then when the democrats running around saying while the republicans are never willing to give on this issue we could say gave on that we gave you that you ask for that and we gave.
"taran" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Isis claiming responsibility porous and this is what happened in taran there in iran twelve people were killed when attackers mounted a simultaneous gone and suicide bomb assault on iran's parliament and during the one of their sessions that was there now isis immediately claimed responsibility for it because you know isis and the folks are in iran do not to unite get along but how did the leadership of iran respond to this even though isis took claim for it even though they have been working against each other for many years because of the of the defendant division of iran said no it was isis so hooted they blame any gases out there we'll here is who they said was responsible for the outage just read you their response says world public opinion especially iran seized the fact that this terrorist act was perpetrated soon after the meeting of the us president were the heads of one of the reactionary regional states that has always supported terrorist as to be the very meaningful in other words unwanted coincidence the present it comes over and meets with and who they are talking about a saudi arabia so the present it comes over in meets with the saudi arabia their shaking hands smilin' it up looking good and and right after he leaves cherished hit our parliament in so in other words there blaming saudi arabia and blaming the united states and abroad aiming the president at a the president does not get a break i mean no matter what happens these insane folks always blame him for everything even though isis claims responsibility for it here here is in a related.
Were Pterosaurs Dinosaurs?
"Are flying reptiles outlets during the time of the downings voice what's really important because lots of people think dirt dinosaurs but they were not tara swords kind of will quite pelicans were really really big pelicans koskei at long beach two big wins some even had press under act chaos who look like us because sterling's look like back wings cancers eight lots of bags blizzards this year may be tiny mammals some cancerous properly amongst dive into the water they catch them i don't think does tear source had teeth just had fake x this scoop up the finnish inch wall done in one go i had tear source a