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"tastic" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:15 min | Last month

"tastic" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Welcome back on rabbi Joseph tastic And I'm reverend AR Bernard You know reverend there's remember reading a story that the Midwest is a town hall that has no electricity I may have mentioned to you you have to bring a lantern to illuminate wherever you are standing So if you want the room fully lit people have to show up otherwise you have these darkened areas And you can take that to today If you want to see light if you want to see some progress be there I think you said it before You know keep quiet if you're not participating You are not contributing anything You're just a constant critic in constant critics that don't contribute do nothing It's unfortunate Again that's why my congregation asked me will fly do you build relationship with elected officials get involved in what's happening socially I said for your sake someone's got to be there Someone's got to be speaking into what's happening I can either stand on the sideline complain and scream and holler and get nothing done I may get under news for that But I want to be inside making a difference I want to be at the table doing what I can to influence change And that's where I'm coming from Unfortunately people feel satisfied and just screaming on the sideline Yeah I think there's a comfort level because you don't have to do anything You can just sit back and criticize It doesn't require any strong commitment in your part It's just you know week after we get fetched as we say yiddish and again there are no accomplishments there And therefore don't tell me about what's wrong because you haven't done anything to do with to improve and make it right And I think our religion tells us that you know we have all of these commandments the myths you got to do Don't just talk about it Do something about it And too many people have this passive way of looking at life very easy to sit back and to fault others to point a finger at others and start looking at your own behavior Yeah And look that's a reflection of our congregation You and I were talking during one session we were having about levels of commitment Within our congregation there's the greater community that we serve The people who live in the community don't necessarily go to our house of worship But there are genuine needs that reflected by that community The uncharged some who don't go and got or go to a house of worship at all Then you've got the crowd and we break it up like this So there's the community there's a crowd And these are the crowds for us the regular attenders It made up of people who are seeking searching some who are believers and who are committed to the worship service But really don't get that involved And then we have the congregation These are people who sign on the dotted line become official members fill out the application And yet they don't necessarily become fully involved And then you have the committed These are people who are serious about their faith They're taking advantage of all that the house of worship is offering And they want to grow But even beyond them there's something called the core And that's the smallest group and it represents the deepest level of commitment And these are dedicated people and you try to build out that core as much as you can But we understand the pareto principle 20% of the congregation who does 80% of the work right Yeah there's rabbi years ago Harry halpert he's been with Jews central Brooklyn and he spoke about the posting of religious services used to be on the times on the obituary page He said I would never ever put services on an obituary page I don't know what makes him do that He said if I had to pick a page to put religious services the schedule of different religions I would do it on the help wanted doing the help wanted section That's where we need people We need people to come forward to hear their voice We may not like what we hear but at least they're there to express their feelings to offer constructive engagement and to help get things better And I'll tell you everybody things have changed Sorry to cutting you up But things have changed Back in the 70s and 80s we had tools of volunteers even in the 90s but then something happened in the 2000s This generation they are not looking to volunteer They don't see it as part of their spiritual duty and spiritual responsibility It's changed So many of the clergy that I speak to they are experienced at the same time Getting people to volunteer Why he wants to be an usher anymore They're good at volunteering other people I volunteer this person to do it for me Thank you It goes back to the saying the guy prayed to God and he said here I am lord send him Exactly All right very good program Good.

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Supermodel Kathy Ireland Discusses Her New Music Label

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:09 min | 4 months ago

Supermodel Kathy Ireland Discusses Her New Music Label

"Just launched a record label. You're you're doing a lot of many many interesting things a lot of people. Just don't know that side of you. They just think of you as a supermodel. Who's doing other stuff now. But you make it sound like you were always interested in business even while you were modeling in the middle of modeling my goodness i mean my first job. I was four years old. I sold painted rocks through my wagon. Modeling was a detour. It ended up being a great education. Not the plan. That is far some music. I'm we have the privilege of working with great people In our company at e one is the entertainment arm of our company. Amazing young producer. Nick mendoza Working very closely win marilyn. Mccoo billy davis junior produced blackbird the lennon mccartney icons billion maryland. Day are. They're incredible people with day. People don't know i actually. I didn't know that. So i mean i remember them principally as the fifth dimension. Amazing voices amazing talents but they. They're people of christian faith. I didn't really know that that's always good. Solid people if they do so much work beneath the radar had the the privilege of being in mississippi whittam after hurricane katrina. They have their own christian worship band in their always reaching out to others but incredible people and we're working with bmg and they're are they're amazing. tastic people. And we're so proud of them. They're their music. Debuted at number one on itunes for our in v. and also of the data. They're doing great in their music can be found on apple and also the a lot of people get their music digitally but we billion maryland. Art is so icon People purchasing that. It's it's going so well and target walmart. I just love the fact that a lot of people are getting no this other side of

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How Much B12 Do Kids Need With Dietitians Alexandra Caspero and Whitney English

The Darin Olien Show

02:47 min | 5 months ago

How Much B12 Do Kids Need With Dietitians Alexandra Caspero and Whitney English

"Circling back on twelve since people are chopping at the bit. with what. what would you say than with b twelve when people are going. Oh my little kids in themselves. What would you say about on that from a general perspective because i also know that everyone's individual equality the where it's coming from the source that comes from etc that are at about twelve months of ages when we recommend that you start supplementing your child before. Then they're going to be getting all the beach while they need from either formula or for mom's breast milk provided that she supplemented enough breastfeeding moms. We recommend supplement with at least one hundred fifty micrograms a day again. That's to overcome the reduced. Absorption rate from supplement when. We're looking at b twelve. Absorption after about one to two milligrams you only absorb one to two percent the supplement. So if you're taking one or two you get about fifty percent of that and beyond it's only one to two so we have to take astronomical amounts to overcome that but however for children we although there is no research showing a toxic upper level for b. twelve we still don't wanna be giving them massive doses since there isn't tons and tons of research on that so we recommend a minimum dose of about five micrograms a day for for children and we don't have an upper level but we would stay somewhere around forty micrograms could be a good maximum amount. It's typical though because most of the supplements that are on the market in a liquid form for kids. Are these higher higher dose supplements but we do have a free supplement guide on our website and honor instagram. Lincoln are bio that you can download and it really dives into each nutrient until you exactly how much you need a why you need it. So parents can take a look at that. That's usually what's the what's the website link to some people. Have it right here right now. Plant-based junior dot com and also just quickly add to if you're listening if you've older kids to that number is going to be a little bit higher after about ten jumped up to about ten Micrograms twenty five micrograms from bear. And then for adults we think fifty micrograms as good a good dose amount like whitney said accounting for all of the absorption issues. That's awesome because that's always been a thing Spending a career trying to find nutrient dense foods around the world. I always love finding ones that. Have it within it. And i came across this raw food grade spirulina that comes to the house frozen. And all the tests on it all of the b. vitamins b twelve. All of that in food form phenomenal. So and that's an effect tastic food obviously to give the children easy to make up and mask any taste taste. Maybe mix it with some fruit and they won't even know and they're consuming One of the most nutrient dense foods in the

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Interview With Charlie Venema of CheckedAndSet.Net

Behind the Prop

02:16 min | 5 months ago

Interview With Charlie Venema of CheckedAndSet.Net

"Wally bobby aria. I'm saying tastic. Another guest the local guests and another major airline. Captain joins the show. He's been here before. His name's charlie venema. Welcome to the show. Charlie woerner bobby. So charlie is a friend of the flight school and someone who is a major airline captain here in the houston area and he also does another big job works for his own company called checked and set dot net and he is helping future. Pilots become professional pilots at the major airlines. I think charlie came in and talked our. Cfi's a couple of safety meetings ago and we welcome you back. Charlie and we look forward to having this conversation. Thanks bye bye. Glad to be here. So charlie worked in the training department for a major land for fourteen years and ran the recruiting department for three full years and has obviously malls for hiring hundreds of mainline pilots for a major airline and today helps many of us no matter where we're in our career go from probably a cargo job regional job or something else to one of the major airlines specializing in airline apps and resumes. From what. I understand that correct correct right. So charlie's here today hopefully to answer most of your questions if you're listening. But we have worked with charlie and we we. We've got a few topics. want to cover today. So let's start right off with people come in here all the time traveler. They say they want to be a professional pilot. And i always say well we can help you get there but being professional pilot means a lot of different things. We've we've interviewed the chief pilot for your blimps. He probably has a little different path than your most of your clientele. What are you when you meet someone. Maybe at the swim team or out and about and they say charlie. I wanna be professional pilot. What's what does that mean to you. How do you answer that question. What do you tell them. They should be doing to start that career path. We gotta start somewhere right and a lot of it depends are when i'm having a conversation. Are you eighteen or thirty five or forty five or fifty right because the your your has. Your options are different depending on where you are in life and professional pilot. There's lot of different outcomes for that too right so professional pilot am i to be professional. Corporate pilot might be a professional airline pilot. Am i gonna go fly

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How Robin Lord Taylor Learned to Love Auditioning

Before the Break

02:32 min | 6 months ago

How Robin Lord Taylor Learned to Love Auditioning

"This week. We are joined by a very special guest. You've seen him in such films as accepted. Would you rather and john wick three tv. He's appeared on law and order the walking dead. You gotham and the upcoming amc series. Kevin can fuck himself. Please welcome be incredibly kind. Talented robin lord. Taylor hide guides. What's up thanks for being here. First of all you didn't did we. Did i hear skeletons in there that this we may adams very humble. You've heard you've you've seen him in skeletons and just mentioned like any any laws. Lost and found are the projects that i know. I know. I know we'll get to that later when exactly right exactly it. Welcome rod. hi how are you fit tastic. Amazing it's i mean you know after this fucking year like i mean. I don't know you guys. You will actually no tommy. You used to live in new york yes. I moved to january late january crazy by when moving. It's like exactly. I was just texting my buddy rodney. Who can't make it to like one of our like Engagement parties because we know that half of the people aren't going to be able to make it. And i'm like i'm so sorry for leaving new york because anybody think during covert there was no goodbyes or is no salutation. Seal one last place that the one last dinner at the pizza place or whatever it was just like later it was so sad to to move. But i'm so happy in la. It's wonderful are you. You're in new york new york. I'm in new york. This is my twitter about to be twenty first year new york city which is very exciting. I was gonna say. I mean adam. You're here you're in new york. you see that just. The city is coming back to life in the most glorious way and i was like i friends this weekend and went out to restaurants saleem. And you're just like no we're back feels but it was also like i was saying to my husband. Jiechi like you know. There's a tangible sense of happiness and positivity in the city right now which is just so beautiful. Luggage is really you know. It's just amazing. Everyone is just so excited to see each other.

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Interview With Michael Dougherty, Goodyear Chief Pilot

Behind the Prop

02:29 min | 8 months ago

Interview With Michael Dougherty, Goodyear Chief Pilot

"What's wally hey bob. How're you been tastic. Another week and other podcasts and another guest this morning on the show we have. Michael dougherty the chief pilot and flight operations manager for goodyear which means he's a blimp pilot. Thanks for joining us. Michael guys Pushy on so i. I've talked to a lot of people while that we were going to have this discussion and a lot of people were excited and they asked a lot of questions that i probably had my head before we started thinking about having him on the show. The do you know many balloon pilots. I do not. I know i can say i know michael but he is really the only plan pilot. I know my sure you hear this a lot that this is a very unique position that you hold and you've done it for fourteen years. Tell us a little bit about how you got into it and a little bit. What it's like in the day in the life of chief pilot. Goodyear store it is it is certainly a a very small group of people are are kind of famous. There's more astronauts than there are pilots out there especially with the age of of space flight. I guess but others We we have a full staff at goodyear's is about Thirteen pilots including myself. We've got twelve guys that are attached to accrue for on each crew in In that. I'm the chief pilot in flight operations manager so i do all of the certification stuff check rides proficiency checks that kind of stuff and then i do fill flying gear lair when we've got folks on vacation or short-staffed or something but Bailey we we have a few missions with the airship First and foremost kind of the the one we're best known for is our area. Tv covered so each has a crew of about twenty folks that goes down the road. That's generally four pilots. Each team A couple of crew chiefs we have five aircraft mechanics. That take care of their ship from those detail Through all of its major maintenance and field maintenance and all that kind of stuff. We do have a maintenance support team that that helps support the guys in the field of those guys in the field. Do great majority of the the work. We have Couple of mechanics. Because we've got a preview ground sport fleet we have a semi truck crew boss a couple of mass trucks which are used more the airship two. That's a basically sixty five thousand pounds straight semi truck that that has a forty foot pole. Attached to the that allows us to to attach rate to the nose of the blimp and then when the blue since on the field at night. It's like a big win sock

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Automate Your Data Exchange With PyDantic

Talk Python To Me

01:46 min | 8 months ago

Automate Your Data Exchange With PyDantic

"Samuel. Quite me very excited to be here. Yeah. i'm really excited to have you here. You've been working on one of my favorite projects these days that has just super super neat solve solving oughta problems hide-and-seek and i'm really excited to talk to you about it. Yeah as i said. It's great to be here. I've been up doing on and off now since two thousand seventeen. But i guess it was when sebastian ramirez started using it on pasta. Pi company is ready like crazy. So now it's it's a little work but it's exciting to see something this popular i. There's a lot of work but it really seems to of caught the magic nation of people in the really excited about it so tastic work before we get into the details there. Let's start with just your background. How'd you get into programming python programming university a lot of a bit of matlab plus plus and then my first job after university. I went on rigs in indonesia of strange things. There's another time when you're flat file and there's a lot of other time when you're absolutely nothing than have much to do and so i. I'm quite low in that time. That was what. I really got into loving it rather than just doing it when i had to. And then i guess from that but have really cool. I think things like matlab often do sort of poor people in and they have to learn a little bit of programming because it's a pain to just keep typing it into whatever. The equivalent of the rebel is that matlab hasn't dot empire Get going and you start to combine them and then all of a sudden you know sort of sucks you into the programming world. When you maybe didn't plan to go that way. I worry maybe other people in it the right way and out of a book and understand. That's day stuff. But there's another things i wish i had known back man. I let reading the through banging my head against the wall. That would have been very easy that if someone had showed me a go half.

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James Chapman from Qualcomm on the Snapdragon wireless headphones

Techschanges: Insights on Innovation

07:26 min | 9 months ago

James Chapman from Qualcomm on the Snapdragon wireless headphones

"My guest. Today is james chapman. He's vice president and general manager of voice and music and wearables few happening in in those spaces at qualcomm and a james Big announcement today. Qualcomm is announcing new technology. That promises to make wireless audio as good as if not better than wired audio and it's called qualcomm snapdragon sound. Why don't you tell me a little bit about it. Well qualcomm snapdragon sound. It's about delivering as you said the best audio experience. I'm if you think about wide audience today it's can be little bit glitchy a kind of dirty secret. You don't get the best hotel. It's all breast to get it up to then headphones and many times many. You'll notice if you play a game. Many times latency can be really quite pull. That's in our view and from not acceptable increasingly where we talked consumers. They also are saying you know we really rely on these wireless devices. We want to be as good as we possibly can What are you going to do it. And the answer is to think of the whole phone airbud like whole system. You know you can get far if you concentrate on earbuds you can get so far become strength to lift up your thinking it in qualcomm. We're able to do that and you say well. I wanna follow the sound all the way through the phone. All the way over that wireless wirelessly all the way through the interim walk. Can i do the answers. You can do a look really improve the quality really improve the latency really improve the robustness. And that is what we've done with. Snapdragon sounds collapsed. End to end holistic view to give the consumer that the best. We think we can possibly give to interesting elements of that. I think one is this idea of trying to overcome what you call the glitchy nece. Sometimes there are drops and connectivity and one of my pet peeves is. you'll be watching a video or playing a game and some lag is introduced. It's like one of those old poorly dubbed movies from From decades ago. So one way that you're getting around this as you mentioned is integrating starting with the snapdragon eight processor and assume moving forward other processors. Could you give me a sense of how the phone. And the your buds work together to overcome some of those problems. Let latency is a really good example. Actually liking this. Sometimes if you think about it let's let's imagine piggybacking on the audio and following it where it goes up in. The phone comes into some apps and game engine and it has to wonder it's way through quad loss of west on this software is complicated in any number of places it's gonna take a wrestler bit carry on his journey in all of this complicated software. You can really quite quickly stopped to build up latency. We've gone through an really optimize that so rather than audio being thing that happens as a corollary to everything else is something which is up from center latency way we then go into the i mean you mentioned the eight eight eight snuggle. President tastic pro. There's also the connectivity chimps. The fast connect jesse put they are also incredibly important. You can't deliver the audio into the chip. That's about to send over the air and having huddleston hang around for a while so in that again we've done a lot of optimize age. Make sure the audio gets prioritized and anton. He added interface with managing the co comex with wifi. Very catholics. so that you know you not stalled and hang around waiting. We've managed the radio very carefully. So we've even gone into the The bluetooth radio with we've added features of secret sauce. If you like to make that work more efficiently batter than it would otherwise work and then over the going to do everything reverse did you go back through the air but that software radio interface again optimized and if you follow the audio on that journey all the places if the everywhere in the devices all the places where it was kind of hanging around not being pirates is not be optimized. We've gone through polished ola. At that point you then get this really low latency optimize end to end experience kind of need to behave if you really going to get the best of the consumer excellent. That's really helpful in understanding how you've overcome some of those challenges when digital music. mp threes. i came on the scene. There was a lot of concern. Where ruining our our ears. Where we're going to get used to generation is going to get used to this low quality audio and here. we are years later and According to qualcomm's research according to trends we're seeing in the marketplace consumers really want high quality audio and we're seeing worthy streaming services come online now offering high resolution master quality audio and staff. Dragons sound addresses that as well right absolutely so. It's it's really interesting. I think if you go back a little bit why do we end up with low quality audio. I mean we've been. We've been kind of with really quite poor quality for quite a long time and it's all because of the size of the music so we were very limited. It wasn't so much. The people didn't want high quality audio. It was more like couldn't get if they wanted it a now where we are as things that things move on a lot in terms of the basic activity to the phone. I'm so you've got five g. You've got wi fi six. If you wanna get high-definition strings you certainly can. There's no no penalty getting and then the streaming services. They've also paid attention to to the consumer as possible on redoing of snapdragon. Sam we've been very lucky to be involved with amazon music. And they have some fascinating insights into you know as they've started to add hd streaming the kind of the poll and the increased engagement from that consumers again doubles dannon shows that high-definition audio crop. Equality audio something that consumers react to and they really want now. Y you can hear it. Calling voice couldn't hear music but why because music without all the extra kinda frequency content can feel hope and flapped if you have to do a side by side kind of compressed audio with his high definition audio. The thing that you'll notice as kind of an openness brightness and i am see an intimacy to the sound that you just don't get with the compress files and once people here that they can do very very Hooked by it now. Cross the problem today to get all the phone. You then put on your headphones. We have to compress it away again. Actually get it. Delivered up -til cheerio drum and undoubted again is the thing that snapdragon sound is trying to fix for us allows us to actually finally deliver the high quality audio all the way to your eardrum whereas appreciative

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Bonus #7   "An Audience of One"     Larry Wilson - burst 1

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

02:19 min | 9 months ago

Bonus #7 "An Audience of One" Larry Wilson - burst 1

"I don't really tell jokes. So i think it just not sort of what i do when i think when someone says oh jack i always think of our good friend. Kevin pollock who. I used to play poker with a lot in los angeles and kevin will be cracking up the whole table stuff. I remember joke that he told one time that. Let him right cambridge. Oh so. I'll tell. I can't wait. I love oh. My god these kevin story to back you know but I love the joke especially in kevin. Does he does all these accents. And cardinal these ten tastic hughes of the oh. I'm just on behalf of the joke. Here old greenish miller chairman sitting around a men's club and they're ruminating about their history and there's some younger men there and when the older and says oh originals captured younger champs about the time you came face to face with a man eating tiger in burma and originals only head of causing cultural experience or out in the bush search and had no idea while the movie i cooled open some of the grass and there. I was face to face with an eight hundred thousand ryan. I'm ashamed to say. I told myself what are the younger men says. Walk to miller. I wouldn't feel bad at all. Anyone were over to have that reaction with man eating lion into residences. No i meant just now when i went. I love that

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Grady Kerr's Lessons From Failing as a Entrepreneur

The Small Business Success Podcast

05:08 min | 10 months ago

Grady Kerr's Lessons From Failing as a Entrepreneur

"Welcome everyone to another exciting episode of small biz. Buzz i'm laura dolan and i'm crystal heff and today. We have another fellow keeper with us. His name is grady. Kerr is the customer webinar trainer for our customers here at keep and today he's going to talk about the lessons. He learned from being failed entrepreneur. Grady it's true. I learned avon being great. It'd be an outdoor. i can't wait. This is going to be a great topic. And i just wanna say right from the start. Thank you for being so vulnerable. Vulnerable side that again and sharing this with our audience. I think it'll be a great lesson and not alone out there So i'm excited for it But a couple of things. You're expecting baby number five. That's true baby number five. I've got three boys a little girl and now another little boy on the way in any any any day now any moment now probably literally any moment now folks may hear it here first. Yeah i think we can do it at home. Maybe we'll do it live yes baby. Watch twenty twenty twenty twenty -solutely. Here's one thing we can take away from it. Like your year myers great. I got new kid on the way that. Say the same thing i'm like. Hey i adopted a puppy and a kitten this year. We're doing great so all about perspective. Exactly they're all making me jealous. I need at least two more puppies to make this year balance out so many to be adopted crystal do it. Well laura always handles intros. 'cause i'm a little bit nervous about getting right into it but has it affect awesome. Well should grady's child come. Well we're on this podcast. My payback will be. I will do the altro and i will make it really fun and exciting or grady as well as for everyone. I'm going back. ok. Grady make sure your wife is holding that kid in just a little longer. I will awesome. Well really excited. But i wanted to start off by asking or having you because lauren. I know your stuff all the time. I'll tell us a little bit more about what you as the trainer. Yeah you bet so. One of the initiatives that we've got going on right now is trying to scale our on boarding process trying to scale our customer education process and so i- host to open our series for the company the first one is called new customer webinars and it's designed for customers in their first thirty days. Tell them to get acclimated. Software learn how it works. Learn some use cases and then the second series. I host automation hours and in the automation hours. What we do is we help. Customers have been with us for plus modestly around that area and we on one of our amazing partners. Join us and talk about some more advanced topics really revolving around. Yeah that we've got to automate yet. The most success out of our software not about baseball. I know automation hours. Have come in really handy especially during covid trying to work on their make. Sure that it's functioning need it. Would that be honor now. Is i think when you're working in your business. That's when you're like you're not putting out fires and you're just like everything's just going in years. I'm just following along your day as managing you working on your businesses that outside in approach What's working what's not. How can it be more intentional. I think there's a lot to do right now. Is is pivot is the word. I love the geller. Mantra they saw. Hey i can't do business the way that i was before i've got a pivot somehow and that's really how the automation hours reborn like. We were going to have these going for two weeks as we find the curve and it was going to be done jokes on us. It's still going and so we have to go. And it's been a really really wealth of just good information and actionable content or just people over and over. And we've actually raiders to come and join us for every single session with great And so it's just great those customers out there that know that one of the best can do for your business get educated. Be able to know. Hey there's probably things out there that i don't know it's that vulnerability i talked about the such a failed entrepreneur like we have to be vulnerable in order for us to get better. You go to the doctor and you've got some sort of chest pain in the ass. You how you're doing. You're saying. Ben tastic dot can ever better like you're going to have a hard time. I've actually gone to the doctor with my mom or and they asked that question and she's listed like twenty things wrong with their before we get there and she's like oh he's been really good and i'm looking at her like no. We're getting into this today. So i'm like what about all these things doc looking at her like how could you say you're good with all these example. I know and that's really cool that it that it just took off like that you know you were only planning on having it a couple of weeks and here we are. That's amazing now. Do you see that these new customers have some common issues that that you also have. When you're starting your business i mean. I know we haven't gotten to that yet. So i know i'm jumping ahead. But the reason why people jump into these webinars to fill any kind of needs that they have. I think for me. The the common thread that i've seen is in. It's kind of but the idea of follow up. that's the global. There's different ways that we follow up that we follow up but follow up his always the common theme. It's an idea of something has occurred. And now i need to react to it and i don't do and so helping customers realized that one is that. Hey there's stimuli out there that usually react to and helping you understand how you can react and what tools you have at your disposal calva. Sylvia that reaction

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This Is How the World Ended up with a Shortage of Semiconductors

Odd Lots

04:32 min | 10 months ago

This Is How the World Ended up with a Shortage of Semiconductors

"Show tracy long time ago now feels like we had the joke about. Should we just turn this into a semiconductor podcast. Yes and you've you've really run with that joke okay. The thing is is he can't escape it like we keep things like know we liked. I started talking about is like this is like an interesting topic for us but it turns out little. Did we know when we first started covering this story on the podcast which i was last october last november that actually it would blow up into this huge issue. Semi conductor manufacturing became like essentially. Nash topic of national news. Far outside the sort of like the niche audience right. Semiconductors secretly rule. All our lives. And i'm i'm joking. Obviously but nowadays everything is so high tech that there are a lot of appliances that you wouldn't necessarily think of that have chips in them So smartphones computers things like that obviously but also lots of cars And i saw one headline float by. I haven't had a chance to read it yet but something about aluminum producer's warning of downturn So chips are everywhere. And i think were really starting to realize how important they are and also how important chipmakers are of course as we've been discussing there's a limited number of Right so anyone who sort of listened to our series. We started talking about the decline of intel. We talked about why. Us manufacturing in general is sort of Gone away and we talked of course about the dominant role of taiwan semi. And it's like almost like again. It was not intentional. But now there's like this huge thing and everyone is waking up to how dependent we all are on taiwan semiconductor and a few other major Fabs and it's a it's become a legit. Us national security question. We know the biden administration is looking at it and you know looking at different ways to reduce us dependent so we really can't get away from the story and obviously we're going to be talking about it again today and i bet it won't even be the last time we talk about it. Thank you might be right on that one. So i'm really excited because actually we're going to be Going back to our very first guest to Gave us sort of great overview. Some of the best Clear english descriptions of the challenges of chip manufacturing and it was the first one everyone should go back. And listen to that one. Then talking about the decline of intel. But we're going to zoom out a little bit and look at the acute that the world is facing right now. Why are so many companies struggling with their ability to source chips and then the longer term issue of this is scarce capacity is scarce and even if we get through this current phase there is going to be still this sort of perhaps a dangerous over reliance on a few manufacturers that our capacity limited so a very excited. We're going to be speaking again. Second time on the show. Stacey raskin his managing director senior analyst. Use semiconductors at bruce dean research Stacey thank you so much for coming back on lot at stake. Tastic be back. Thank you for having again. What's it like you know. You're like a star now. Because one point semiconductors were just like this thing that maybe investors mostly cared about but it really does feel like an you know. Correct me if i'm wrong but it really does feel like in the last few months. Everybody is now obsessed with this story. I think i may have mentioned this last time. I was on but i. There's one reason. I love this space. It's literally ground zero for everything that's been going on. And it's it's you know it's not just the last few months the trade and that briar s and then the the the burgeoning geopolitics and now obviously the shortages. And everything else like. It's and you remember. I mean like the global electronic like enterprise. I mean it's like a four or five trillion dollar industry worldwide. If you add up all the pc's and and and and all of the consumer electronics and then all the services and software and everything that goes with it trillions and trillions of dollars in it all rests on semiconductors semi's or the fundament of all of that like we don't have any of that without semiconductors and so i think it's a phenomenal place to to spend time and it's job security for me so that's yeah that's that's the most important

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Conversation AI for Businesses with Sat Ramphal of XiByte

Voice in Canada

06:05 min | 10 months ago

Conversation AI for Businesses with Sat Ramphal of XiByte

"Good afternoon everyone or good evening. My name is around fall. I am a born and raised flirty in here in tampa florida. We also just want won the super bowl yesterday so But not the height of the topic. Here so i come from a background of great entrepreneurial spirit and entrepreneurial experience I am now in my fourth company. I'm twenty seven years old. And i have a great past life of kind of the whole entrepreneurship through kind of the experiences and components that will lead us to build Currently building and in what we're doing now is something that i think it's truly phenomenal. And it's going to kind of change. The way entrepreneurship is kind of dealt with from. Start so something that really excited about. We have a mission to help reduce entrepreneurship failures right. Three percent in the united states in four years. So we're really on target. How achieve that mission and you know kind of a little bit about what we built. We built this conversational bought. Her is maya at what maya does is. She helps facilitate administrative tasks and navigate company operations using the power of voice mazing. Yeah go ahead you go. I was to say okay so this is great. This is great so you are helping to how we businesses to carry out some of these tasks so go ahead. Yeah explained a little bit more. What does this. What's what's the deal with what you've got here yes so me. Coming from an entrepreneurial background i had one successful company had to failures and i were talking about this failures more than eighteen on the wall. Because it's what's led to current situation current field all of the things that led us to our failed components of that led that failure. We realize it came with where we spent our time and founders and first time entrepreneurs and young startup companies spent over seventy five percent of their time doing administrative tasks that they kind of love innovation behind. They leave growing the company behind. Which is the most important thing when building company the administrative tasks are not and those administrative tasks range from you know like incorporating or business. Bank accounts Web services. You know those are just really basic things for the go to accounting tax and and things like that capital and things like that. So that's stops. That's what we're looking to help. Eradicate and with that first time founders and entrepreneurs they spend a ton of time in rnd trying to figure out who to deploy these tasks to and how to deploy so. That's also something that we're helping to eradicate and how helping radically that is. We have a very large partner network. That helps integrate into our system. So it creates seamless connectivity to these partners tell getting that done and it kind of fill traits each business with the six point algorithm that helps identify them where to go. And why and tastic. So can you get into this sort of six point algorithm and in some of the information about some of the partners that you work with. How does that work. Yes so really. And truly the kind of the basic formats. The algorithm is broken down into six components dot com suggest certain things and that's industry budget size stage location and traits. And that's how we're able to suggest certain partners certain tasks to be done based on the stages that you're inning company industry location size stage by etc etc and these partners that we select select partner. That's integrated our to help accelerate and carry out entrepreneurship business operations efficiently and with the right budget. And we're help tying those partners to the right pretty much business user our platform right on so now. Can you tell us practically what this looks like. Say business as okay. i wanna use. I want to use what you've created. I wanna use maya. What does that look like for them. How is set up in practically. How is that going to help them. Save time and what is it gonna do for them. Yes so you know if if you're kinda starting off for business we'll look kinda. Let me start that. We're a current product is right now. We are still in our startup phases of the organization so our product actually fifteen percent complete and with that being said most of our values provided towards companies aviation and getting into running operations. So that's where we're currently that. So right now with us to come in they would come in kind of at that stage and my would just kind of figure out where they're at in their businesses can of components. They have already have going on with that. Six point algorithm and then. She's gonna suggest certain things that that business should do to carry out to help. Kind of increase the entrepreneurship Accelerate the business growth into a live in vine into a live running environment. So can you give us some some of the some examples on how that would work. Yes so this is a college students in college. I have this great idea to build a fintech app But all i know is how to bill that gap all. I knows how to code and develop. So i've come up and join up maya. She's she's available on the app store so he can download. Hershey developed bill blind desktop version. And you would sock sign up to my mile. And then you know maya would then figure out again where you're at and then just just like that the task for just begin sedan suggest what you need to do. All you got to do is give permission for that task to be done. She will go ahead and run the task with a partner and then bring the completed details back so that you really don't have to be involved so for example i am again at the asian state. Hey maya corporate business might already gonna know what state you're in. She actually pretty much. What kind of status that you want to complete Secret llc f talk to attorney. She'll kind of Link with one of our connected partner attorneys that we have the rock lawyer or in that type of situation there and then she'll go carry out the task again. Bring it back completed and then you pretty much see your articles inc right inside the platform and then you can just carry a while of going on you just carry on and while task is in motion more can can be completed. It's both on demand and suggestive

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Cold Case, Right There Before God And Country

Best Case Worst Case

05:30 min | 11 months ago

Cold Case, Right There Before God And Country

"A little welcomes the best case. Worst case is jim clemente retarded bag profiled from nick city prosecutor and writer-producer. Cbs's criminal minds and with me. Today is various francey hague's former state and federal prosecutor jam. We are back at it regular best case worst case behind police lines and today. I'm so excited because not only do we have a special guest. We have a special guest from my own state of georgia. Gen numbered outnumbered. We'll see about that. It's fantastic and our special guest is cheryl mccollum. He's from atlanta. You can hear accent. I love it. Sheryl mccollum tells what your background who you yes. Well on the director of the cold case investigative research institute. But i'm also a crime scene investigator for a local metro atlanta department. So i wear both hats a lot of actual actual badge holders here. We have a real live like vinnie. The cop comedian. We had on a few weeks ago. Now we have cheryl cheryl. Are you a comedian by any chance birdie funny we'll see we'll get it. I knew for us to really interesting though. But mostly it's jim who likes to mock me and he thinks that's funny anyway. Let's talk about you. This is so exciting. I'm so grateful you came on the show because we just don't have very many people from georgia i mean. Jim doesn't let me every time i ask on his own. He doesn't like people from georgia or any stubborn fate or really anyone from anywhere but california saying like that. I'm pretty sure i've heard him say that. But i have you and you're from georgia so tell us about your background. What do you do. And how did you get there will native laden and i was educated through all my years from elementary school. All the way through college in fulton county also delivered academy for hostile which is in college far. And then i went georgia's jay which is right downtown atlanta and my husband and i went to high school in college together and we now have two children. One's in college are sign in our daughters out next year. So big thing to translate to when we use terms of are the general people. Don't understand. I we always like to ask everyone. Okay all right. Yeah fixing a whole lot in new york city office. We use fixing. I'm big in my car. This extreme eight on our facebook page. I guarantee you. They're going to be play people as a jim. How could you not know what she was saying. Everyone loves making sure everybody in the audience. Where because we do have people in australia. For example who are probably fixing their cars and in london who are probably fixing of tea. But i don't know about college. That's what she meant So thank you for all so. Tell us about your path to to the police. I mean how did you you obviously. You're the director of a cold case investment institute. But how did you become involved in police work. My path actually started when i was about four. So you remember way back in the day. We didn't have interstates so there were two lane roads to get to the beach and my mother would tell us these Tastic stories and if you get outside of atlanta about a hundred miles you'd have radio stations. Associated was are entertained. So i can remember her telling us about bonnie by just became so captivated by the idea that this couple loved each other fiercely crisscross. The united states robbing banks. And i'm like yeah. I got i got to get it on that somehow. So so you actually. Considering crisscrossing the united states robbing banks. Or did you go right. Do let's stop. That stop was a time when did an international joel things hard like the mafia really did appeal to me but of course she would tell me things like well. Honey were not add talian. And they're not don't take you in the mob and so they tried to push me the other way a little bit on the hall. They died in a hail of bullets. Said that when i was four she waited any is when they took me to see the dance. Call now eight. I realized what happened. Medef they took alcatraz. And when i was in the seventh grade straight. Weren't they buy that gun. I guess just trying to show me every element you know when i was in the seventh grade I wrote j. edgar hoover fanmail letter did write you back. He did write me back and much basically say stay in school and studying hard which crashed me because i thought surely he's got a holly me up because nobody's going to suspect the twelve year old little southern girl i could you know get inada places unseen

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Jeff Bridges reveals his tumor is 'drastically' shrinking after lymphoma diagnosis

Jason and Alexis

00:32 sec | 11 months ago

Jeff Bridges reveals his tumor is 'drastically' shrinking after lymphoma diagnosis

"Is saying that his tumor has drastically shrunk as he is going through cancer treatment. Isn't that great news tastic is lymphoma diagnosis in October, And then he shared the positive news on his Web site and a post that was the stated a few days ago. So he's 71. And he said, I go in for a cat scan to see if my new protocol is shrinking the tumor. Turns out it's working beautifully. The thing has drastically shrunk. I come home, elated with the news. So that's good. Oh, yes.

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Model-Based Offline Reinforcement Learning with Aravind Rajeswaran

The TWIML AI Podcast

06:26 min | 1 year ago

Model-Based Offline Reinforcement Learning with Aravind Rajeswaran

"All right. everyone. I am on the line with arvin. Roger swaran arvind is a phd student in machine learning and robotics at the university of washington. Arvin welcome to the tuomo podcasts. Thanks famine federal pleasure. I'm really looking forward to our conversation. Motto based offline reinforcement learning is the topic of research papers called morrell motto based off. Find me enforcement learning. That topic has come up quite a bit over the past year or so It's getting quite popular. And i'm really looking forward to digging into your take but before we do. Tell us about your journey and how you came to work in our l. and robotics chip pretty interesting question my undergraduate background. Actually in something completely different. I was mostly doing big statistic and lucrative like chemical engineering as my formal degrees and i took a machine learning class by professor of in back in india and that kind of transformed my perspective on things that essentially had matt very similar to what is used in statistical it so i was able to pick up on it pretty quickly by the obligations. Seemed like really really cool. So i wanted to maybe fever debate and focus more on machine learning. And so that's how i moved into the bronx field of ai and when it started out i had more of a theoretical inclination ben. I started working with my adviser. Professor shawn kakabadze. Who's like an expert in machine learning theory on be discussing like what might be interesting projects topics to work on or we felt was start matz. If the research decide in machine learning deep learning was largely explanative nature so deep learning was already working really well and the gresh any hard. We understand explain. Why deep learning working enforcement learning. What was interesting is that we actually didn't have very good algorithms things. Were actually not working that ball. And there was a very interesting scope to have like an interplay between teary analogous from both develop new algorithms to break very well and also tried to explain why it is working than gain a more fundamental understanding and that sort of been might be at the joining us electric to show board they. Competitively goodra sauce ended the same time having a theoretical bench to my work. Nice nice and as the large focus of your work been on model base are l. in particular or have you explored a wide variety of topics within the space. I see interesting in model based in fort learning relatively recently the i'm i think about my research at least in the last couple of years has been the central question of. How do we make a. How do we create agents that can solve a diverse set of tasks with a modest amount of expedience but each individual dos and this is of course a very broad question that the number of different fields including multi task learning micro. Learning offline learning. And so on that constitutes space of problems that have been thinking about what you think is really cool approach algorithm to make progress on these domains model based startled so i view model based on. That's providing the mic toolkit to make progress on questions related to multitask turning meta learning offline. Learning got got so maybe the best way to go through this is to start from the beginning And have you kind of explain the. I'm curious the way you explain. Model based rl. And if it's you know the extent to which it'll be different from other explanations we've heard here on the show so let's start there. Yes so. I guess maybe i could try to merge some of from model based on offline learning on. What got me working on this project. I'm hopefully doing that. There may be an explanation for what is model based donal on. If you think about firmament a moment blake questions and computer vision are be the questions. There tend to be much more ambitious and interesting than in traditional reinforcement. Learning for example. The questions to be still asking learning are how can we solve a particular tastic pickup. A particular object with the robot solve a particular game with. Ask me more samples as possible. This is very different. From how people phrase digressions and computer vision for example offs kennedy chanukah detector with ten samples can attain got victor with twenty points. That's just not an interesting question. The questions are the how can i identify. What is the object. An image of thousand categories much more broader in scope and much more ambitious daily. Use a lot of will get to make that happen. Mine goal was to try to emulate that in reinforcement joining us. Now if he start thinking about how can an agent which flows in a very complex A kitchen for example. There are so many things that it can do the cabinets they clean bans the setup dishes and so on the dishwasher on the speed of things that the robot can do so much more diverse than what that means is we need to be able to use the data to extract as much information about the world as possible and i believe models are the we accomplish doctor just given a particular state of the wall some either league and explicit stately things that particular joined configurations of the robot throughout the different objects in the armour richard descriptions such as images and video slater scans of assets points to any potential action that the robot can take how would the world evolving change on if you are able to learn such a model it modern sculptures many of the details that want about the world on on the basis of what we learn. We can then downstream from finding and reasoning in order to accomplish necas of interest. So in my mind to go back to your question what is a model. I believe it is. How would the world respond to any changes be made potentially making the former factions

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Trump demands Congress amend pandemic relief bill, issues controversial pardons

WTOP 24 Hour News

02:19 min | 1 year ago

Trump demands Congress amend pandemic relief bill, issues controversial pardons

"President Trump has sharply blasted the bipartisan cove in 19 economic relief bill that Congress passed this week. He's demanding changes, including an increase of the $600 stimulus checks to Americans up to $2000. The Cove in relief package is part of a bill that also funds the government through September of next year. And if the bill is vetoed, it would be in a government shutdown. CBS political analyst Leonard Stein horns says there are many implications. This is a stunning turnabout that has the potential of throw Washington into chaos shut down the government. Delay essential aid to American families and businesses and leave renters and unemployed workers with few resource is to cope with their uncertainty, and there's another political twist to this as well. Because if the president follows through on his threat in Congress doesn't come up with an alternative voters in Georgia may take their frustrations out on the two Republican senators running for reelection in what is already a tight race. It is unclear how serious the president's threat he is or whether he would actually veto the bipartisan legislation. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi responded quickly to the president's statement, saying she's ready to push for the $2000 checks. He's now asking for Pelosi posted on her Twitter page. The Democrats would bring the president's request to the House floor for a vote by unanimous consent before the end of this week, Mike DeBonis, congressional reporter with the Washington Post says that could lead to another standoff. There's gonna be a very brief session tomorrow in the House, a Democrat will come in Fran Tastic bill to do the $2000 Jack. We expect a Republican is going to stand up and say, Well, That's not all the president wants. He wants to get rid of other parts of this bill, so they're gonna object and say we got to negotiate this. But you know if that's the case, Democrats Musa a. We're not negotiating more. We'll do We just sign the bill that we already talked about. And move on. But that could just really spark and extended sort of stand off. That could mean among other things, the government shutdown people not getting the benefits they were expecting. And this could last. You know, frankly, all the way till Joe Bynes inaugurated on January 20th. Senate Minority leader, Democrat Chuck Schumer of New York, says he's hopeful the president will not veto the coronavirus package. He says Congress can pass additional funding in a subsequent

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Vox Media Publisher Melissa Bell on recent departures and future content

The Digiday Podcast

04:14 min | 1 year ago

Vox Media Publisher Melissa Bell on recent departures and future content

"Okay let's get into welcome. Melissa thanks for taking the time happy to be here always enjoy the digital passed so last month bucks co medical esiason as recline as well as vox editor in chief larne williams announced. They're leaving bucks. So what's going on a box. You know it's a it's a story that's a little bit about fox could also just think this is a major europe change. You spoke a little bit about the founding of ox. We started almost seven years ago. We'll have our seventh anniversary in march this this next year and it's been an incredible period of growth for us i think particularly over the last three years We really expanded into the multimedia platforms that. You're talking about television in podcast. Obviously our newsroom grew as well. And it's been fantastic to watch this growth. But i think this year with everything in change in and everyone kind of considering their next steps. I think individually as romance and lauren all in conversations with me realized that they were ready for different step in their careers and similarly i think fox is ready for a different step in its direction in twenty twenty one and it aligns really to sort of say okay. Let's make this. Let's make some big significant changes all at once and let's move forward into into a new era. Vox they have all been huge instrumental. Parts of oxen have really left their imprint. On it and i'm really grateful for all they've done but i'm also excited for what's to come next. And there's some precedent for this. Because then i think it was. Twenty seventeen was when as a became editor at large. That was. Lauren was promoted to editor in chief and that seemed to coincide with also something of a new era for box like today explained. Hadn't launched yet. The netflix show explained watching. I think a year later so like with this now. Kind of that precedent being set. What are you expecting for the next era. Vox what's going to be different about fox in two thousand twenty one. Yeah i don't want to ever speak for Think it's a really interesting story. A bit In his in his decisions what he's always done. And i think that this is this is evident two thousand seventeen and evident now is that he and matt and i came up with a strong idea about what fox could try to solve for audiences. We really knew that there was there was something that we needed to help with journalism overall. But what we sound is that having others come in and take that sort of seed of an idea and build something invariably ends up with amazing incredible work. And i think that when ezra step back in two thousand seventeen he did so purposely to let someone like lauryn williams take the helm and lead. Vox into sort of this next generation. And you see the you see the impact that she had Over the last few years. And i think what we're looking for is to find some new folks who are ready to be those new leaders in taking different directions. We also i think have created space internally for a lot of the really talented people we have to step up and take box into different directions today. Explain you mentioned is is our daily podcast and i think it's a great example. We hired sean. Rahm ashore are host to create something. That really gets out what we want. Vox to be at its very best. Something that Jewels deep into stories of the day But does so in a way that is that takes topics seriously but artiste itself too seriously that brings both joy and understanding to its audience. And that's not something that i could have ever come up with. That's not something that could have ever come up with. That's really something that sean developed with his tastic team and i just you know i've always found that if you give creators space to do great work. They're great work will accomplish in so we're looking forward to that in the next

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Houston Rockets, Washington Wizards agree to Russell Westbrook-John Wall deal

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Houston Rockets, Washington Wizards agree to Russell Westbrook-John Wall deal

"But we do have a whoa bond and the wo- dam is we have a trade and we have houston agreeing to trade russell. Westbrook to the washington wizards for john wall. And a first round pick momo. What are your thoughts on the. That's an amazing. That's an amazing trade for the wizards still russell westbrook. You're talking about. That's still russell. Westbrook man like i'm i know. He didn't have the greatest year the second half of the year. He's really good. It's going to be reunited with scotty brooks. He was you know i voted him. Thirteen mile. mba last year just raced off his second half. I still think he can play to your point real quick before you finish it from january to march before the stoppage he was fan freaking tastic. Yeah i mean us. Great and i think that they. They didn't give any first round picks. Get to get off that contract. The say they had to get to give one for trump. Pick just one of the wizards right just to get off the john walsh. John hasn't played in two years I mean no more recent. Yeah i mean you know in two years doesn't really want to be there doesn't get along with bradley beal. You've just got off of massive problem if you're washington for the low low price of a first round pick and you get russell westbrook and return to play for the for the coach. He's had the best relationship with i mean for washington. It makes all the sense in the world. I'm looking at houston going west to plan your me to blow out your doors and kick out your gm and your coach. You have a plan right. Yeah did you see a player. No i think that the plan will reveal itself. The plan is now either repair. Your relationship with james harden hope that he and john wall workout or your trading hardin next.

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Durkan announces 2 new mobile coronavirus testing kiosks in Seattle

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Durkan announces 2 new mobile coronavirus testing kiosks in Seattle

"A coronavirus tastic kiosks that are about to go up around Seattle come most, Ryan Harris explains. Seattle's mayor just signed an agreement with a California company called Curative to put up several kiosks where at least 500 tests today could be done starting in early December with the first two in north and central Seattle and more following Within a couple of weeks. Curative Miranda Gottlieb says they used the mobile kiosk model to make sure community's most in need of testing can have it. Not everybody has a car and not every community can facilitate a large scale drive through or walk upside. People can register online for an appointment and go through the testing process without coming into into contact contact with with the the health health care care worker worker and and with with distance distance between between other other folks folks who who are are testing testing in in the the community community to to take take the the test. test. You You cough cough three three times times and and then then swab swab the the inside inside of of your your mouth mouth that's that's then tested with results by it. Text message within 48 hours. Ryan Harris come Oh news

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"tastic" Discussed on The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"tastic" Discussed on The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

"In all last toughing field episode Dr Steven Fidget were planning on Swiping the Horn of plenty centerpiece from a table of the first Thanksgiving in Massachusetts in sixteen twenty one, , they were in the perfect position to achieve this perilous plan has just been invited to the east by the WHUMP inaugur leader Mesozoic again for inviting me and my men to feast with. . You this afternoon, , Governor Bradford. . Well, , if it weren't for you and the rest of the law, , the tribe none of this will be possible. . So thank you say who were those two shady looking individuals over there? ? You mean the small sock shaped guy with the blue headdress and the tall pasty looking guy indicate yes there were they. . That's little. . Heel toe the. . Native, , American and Eaten Bacon they settled they come with. . You know we just met them on the outskirts of the plantation. . We thought they were with you married. . We have room for two more sure why not might as well feed the whole country while we're at it, , they're going to have to sit at the kids table though that's fine. . I'll let them. . Know Ask Governor Bradford Directs Dr Steven Feature to the Kids Table Let's join Dr Floyd, , Dr Grant and chips who are watching the actions of the two villains from nearby. . Will you look at that Dr Steven fidget got invited to have dinner maybe they're on the guest list Dr Grant There's no guest list for the celebration. . There's always a guest list, , Dr Floyd Already you know it's too bad. . They didn't serve Turkey at this meal we could have failed Dr Steven featured up with so much trip fan that they'd fall asleep and we could drag them back to their ship. . Let me guess you're GonNa tell me that even if they did serve Turkey, , it wouldn't have mattered because Turkey doesn't contain trip to fan I'm not going to tell you that. . Oh, , really. . Yeah. . Tell you tell him chips actually to ground. . As you approach, , defend is an amino acid that is a natural sedative and although Turkey does contain tryptophan. . So does milk beef and beans, , but in very small amounts. . That sleepy feeling you feel averaging big Thanksgiving meal is usually Mutu everything all that carbohydrate rich. . I'm sorry I even brought it up Nolan Daddy did that to grant because it's given me a brilliant idea. . Quick put on these settlers outfits and follow me and moments. Our . heroes are dressed in the traditional garb of the settlers and are standing in front of Mary Brewster. . Can I help you three years? ? We're here for the dinner Oh of course, you , are you have one barbecue and the whole neighborhood shows up look i. . don't think we have enough room for all of you but. . We're on the list Oh. . Okay. . As long as you're the loose, , told you Dr Floyd Dr Grant but we're not freeloaders we'd like to help you serve the meal really sure do how about we handle the kids table for you that would be a huge help. . Thank you so much as our heroes begin to help Mary brewster ditch up the food let's see what kind of trouble Dr Steven fidget or getting in to what the kids table you give up to get to the other side. . <hes> you get it. . Let's go for yet the road. . What chicken. . Okay kids time to. . Yes, , please help yourself. . There's plenty more where this came from it. . All looks so good. . Oh, , you were. . ooh, , thank you very much. Strangely . familiar robots settlers, , and here's some more squash for you. . Little Guy. . Over the next several hours, , heroes made sure that Dr Steven Richards plates were always filled with food and that the to never stopped eating soon in the early evenings light the native Americans and settlers were often joined the cool weather in each other's company while at the kids table Dr. . Steven Feeder. . Were sleeping soundly hugh. . It's finally over we aren't doing this again next year I'll tell you that much. . You look at these two Oh, , that trip to fan in the poultry must've knocked him right out actually Mrs Brewster Yeah. Thank . you Dr they sure are sound asleep don't worry about a Mrs Brewster. . We'll take care of them that'd be fantastic I need to finish cleaning up. . So I can get an early start tomorrow. . All the traders are having sales have to get a jump on my holiday shopping. . Well, , thanks for the meal Mrs Brewster No need to give things you helped out a great deal. . Dot. . Grand. . CHEESE GONE GYPSUM CARRY DR Steve Dr Grant? ? Carrie. . Fisher's. . On. . Space travel device and end this. . No. . I haven't even better idea come on in mere moments. . Dr, , Floyd carries out a mischievous little plan of his own and it's not until hours later Dr Steven Vigil are awoken by the sound of a marching band. . They find themselves in New York in nineteen twenty four being pulled down thirty, , four th street in their time and space ship. . where. . Are We fidget. . And what am I wearing? ? It is then that Dr Steven featured realized, , they have been zipped in Turkey costumes and are now participants in the very first macy's Thanksgiving Day parade. . How did we get here? ? We were just at the first, , thanksgiving. . I know what happened. . This is all. . Doing ooh I'm going to I'm going to well I. . Guess Nothing I can do right now except wave to the nice people. . Happy Thanksgiving everybody. . Happy Thanksgiving Gobble Gobble. . TREKKIES villains bring a little sunshine in the lives of the gather New Yorkers we shall take our leave in time and space. . Adventures. . Take us next what EVA plans conductor Steve Making in that ridiculous looking Turkey suit and winding Dr Floyd take back his time and space travel device when winning had the giants. . That the show would be over and we'd all be unemployed point joining next time for the Radio Adventures of. .

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"tastic" Discussed on NonZero Media

NonZero Media

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"tastic" Discussed on NonZero Media

"It's not a prediction technique. So by the time and it was time consuming, so by the time the results were out the market would have moved and it was not give them real and full inside so that they can hold on to it and actually make business decisions. So that's one that was there so we knew always that, you know, we need to figure out a leading indicator to actually log What is working and what not working? And you know what happens when you make media decisions, it is not just that you make a decision saying that okay invest ten million in TV or wage be there in print it is actually a series of decisions. So once you take a decision about how much to invest in TV, then you have to make decision in terms of how much to invest in each channel. That is the second decision. Then the third level decision is how much to invest in multiple programs within each channel, right? Each thing is a decision and it sounds like the the existing Paradigm marketers just don't have the tools. They don't have the data to make really educated decisions as to which channel is going to make most sense. I've spoken with a lot of marketers and one of the interesting things you find is you'll see this on resumes where one of the things they boast about is simply the size of their quarterly budget and so it it says I managed a ten million dollar quarterly spend it says well, that's nice. Tastic, but what did you get from that? I don't want to know how you're going to spend my money. I want to know how you're going help my company make money and I think that's a symptom of the problem that you're you're discussing. The reason they divorced or they talk about or brag about how big the spend is because they don't have the metric on the other end. It would be much more relevant to be able say my ten million dollar quarterly spending led to in sales..

Tastic
"tastic" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"tastic" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"This rabbi Joseph tastic of The New York board of rabbis and the server may often on from the Christian cultural center we are here to get in front of everyday issues and we are not afraid to speak our minds we want to take a look at social issues through the lens of our faith and bring the voice of reason want to know what is my faith say about these issues so join us every Sunday at eight AM for the rest of the rabbi right here on seventy seven W. eight BC why K. it is also accepting boats motorcycles R. V.'s in real estate donations Dr.

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"tastic" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"tastic" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Pendleton lots of flashing blue lights on the scene and we have slow traffic on south down to forty between popular and won a Grove road traffic and have your today we've got some sunshine clouds start moving again and it will be in the low seventies then for tonight that low temperatures gonna be dropping down to near sixty with more rain rain tomorrow high in the upper sixties rain on Wednesday but hi in the mid forties rain ends on Thursday we'll be back into the low and mid forties for high but then low fifties Friday and Saturday upper fifties coming up on Sunday right now we've got a temperature fifty seven degrees or Memphis morning news time seven thirteen this report is sponsored by helper diamond still looking for Valentine's day gifts gift to have totally diamond heart pendant in your choice of yellow white or rose gold now only two ninety nine ninety nine at Helzberg diamonds that's a four hundred dollar savings and that's how you bring home a W. it's the future of fitness perfect for athletes busy moms or anyone over sixty five a fifteen minute session can eat up to six hours of strength training in the gym it gives me more flexibility and balance taking my power and performance to the next level its man do the pulse of fitness it's the fifteen minute workout that changes your life in the last two convenient locations to serve supplicants road four poplar Avenue near Kirby parkway is it meant to dot com and sign up for your free session today static tax America's number one Scruggs superstore with too convenient locations to serve you twenty six eighty six twenty eight seventy five four Avenue managers mention this ad and receive a special free get what you ordered score tastic forlocations information just from past dot com I'm Nick so beleskey a select quote agent with the true story that could save you hundreds of dollars a year a woman named Linda just called her husband ray has a three hundred thousand dollar group life insurance policy but is changing jobs and can't take it with him well I shocked the many highly rated term life insurance companies we represent and found ray who is forty one and takes medication to control us cholesterol a ten year five hundred thousand dollar policy for under twenty seven dollars a month that's almost twice the coverage for less than half of what he had paid if select quote hasn't shop for your life insurance you're probably paying too much for your free quote call eight hundred two two six eighteen eighteen plants eight hundred two two six eighteen eighteen eight hundred two two six eighteen eighteen or go to select co dot com since nineteen eighty five we shop you save get full details on the example policy it's local dot com slash commercial surprise could very depending on your health insurance company of the fat not available in all states six hundred W. R. E. C. and ninety two point one FM this morning news it is seven fifteen we got a temperature of fifty seven degrees breezy low seventies today unseasonably warm normal highs really right around fifty two for this time of year things are heating up this week in Washington as usual John decker joins us from the White House John good morning how are you Sir I'm doing great how are you doing today I'm doing fantastic.

"tastic" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

08:14 min | 2 years ago

"tastic" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Tastic is an assistant professor of communication studies at the university of Michigan she if you draw some conclusions based on the shift he says it seems to underscore a shift away from viewing Americans having responsibility our political system and toward a more individualistic view of what it means to be American so in his mind the role of a citizen is more active in the role of the consumer is more passive and in his mind these are two different things right they're not synonyms he says your job as an American citizen requires that you fulfill chief democratic norms such as being informed deliberating about political issues and participating in civic and political life as an American consumer he says your actions are relevant only to the extent that they respond to economic incentives the responsibility to be engaged and participatory is not your own but instead depends upon a system that is oriented to bring you in unpack that for US bank okay sure I would I would love to us so again the idea and the idea of citizenship as responsibility right like I don't if your citizen you're not just supposed to show up and vote you are supposed to put some research time into it right and be be aware and you know let's I mean not for nothing it's true that most people don't know their congressional district yeah I mean if I'm being honest I voted the other day and there were a whole lot of names on the ballot that I was not a hundred percent familiar with there were some races that I'd followed very closely and I knew what I was signing up for but you know it's very difficult to be completely informed by every aspect of the political process but I guess what the takeaway here is is that you know I'm just gonna try to do your homework and then consider beyond just you know your personal stake what might be good for your entire community because you know with names and recognizing the ballot if I had voted for somebody just out of sheer you know random that's what it what if I accidentally voted for a monster or voted to keep an incumbent and power that had done bad things for the community and the need to be replaced you know so it if if I had gone in with that consumer mentality about what's good for me you know and and maybe I'm guilty of that in a certain sense I would only know what directly into impacted me whereas if I'd gone and with much more of a you know citizen good citizen attitude then maybe I would have thought about more would affect there is the don't even affect me directly you know it's it's a dilemma and we are we are talking about the influence of behavior wanna be very clear that we're not we're not a show that's going to like lecture people about politics is that we have for us this is Chris this is a dilemma though it is a dilemma and it's kind of a thought experiment yeah yeah yeah that's a is it because the the question then becomes you know is one somehow better than the other or they just different I I would say that they are different I would say that everybody has played the part of a citizen everybody's played the part of the consumer the same time you know you're not going into Arby's for instance who is response or the show I'm just thinking like different is good until around yeah and getting the funny commercials but like you know nobody's walking in the Arby's and staying here at the at the soda fountain or at the pool ketchup stand no one's saying like what can I do to make this ketchup stand better for everyone who comes after me yeah and you know speaking to past six quotes about you know as an American consumer your actions are relevant only to the extent they respond to economic incentives meaning and sometimes those incentives are just personal fulfillment and you know pleasure and your job is not to read state your he said bending your job as an American citizen requires you fulfill key democratic norms being informed and deliberating about political issues of the idea that there is this great area or this kind of like fusion between the the notion of a citizen and a consumer is potentially problematic for people making choices in in elections that actually help others or that if that affect the greater good if everyone's just voting for the you know what we'll do good for themselves not also plays into how politicians market themselves right right the stream the stream techniques the end we're Bernice pioneered are now present not only in advertising for our present in a very real way in the political sphere I gotta tell you mean did you ever did you did you ever watch C. span I mean if if there's something really crucial on but now I I have no I don't just watch it like my grandpa used to them yeah yes I use I used to watch the C. span with my grandmother as well when golden girls was an on shore of golden girls he Hansi span beautiful one and I'm seems like a good mix and one of the things that got me was years ago we were watching C-SPAN at her house and a Congress person was referring to a a bill they were trying to pass as a product then they said we're going to get this product out at the end of this time frame and this product is going to you know be great for companies all interested parties stakeholders and I didn't understand the terms because why would you call something like that a product you're selling yes you're selling it to your constituents and this guy Frank treatment who wrote the article from the Atlantic that I was talking about a little bit is a professor of history at the university of London and he wrote a fantastic book called empire things how we became a world of consumers for the fifteenth century to the twenty first and he thinks that the build the blurred the distinction between these two cohorts which really have become got the same thing consumer answers and make it really hard for people to come together to solve problems which is essentially what I was trying to get that were both trying to get a band and this quote I think really sums it all up nicely quote not all consumers to see the world in the same way and hence concerted action is very difficult I thought I was trying to get out where you know when you have a politician's marketing themselves to a particular voter base and the the desires of that voter base are kind of a conflagration of like different sort of self serving desires was very difficult to like pick out a platform where thing or like to appeal to all of these different you know angles and get elected kind of require some weird backwards logic and convoluted thinking and especially when there's so many of those interests might be contradictory exactly right so here we are seventeen here we here we are but she's three doesn't stop here I have to wonder no what future historians will make of this sure which again a current without my knowledge at all like I I I did not notice other than my spider sense is tingling when I heard things laws referred to his product is totally washed over my head man I don't know little insidious the writing on it happens it just sort of gonna creeps in you know without you even realizing it a sore we citizens are we consumers I think it's a better choice we have to make any obviously we're consumers when it comes to like you know I like buying stuff I like nice clothes and and things like that but when you start integrating that into the political process and and how you vote as though it were spending money and as though you're being marketed to that's problematic I think and it's an interesting shift in history and it's more than a little ridiculous it is.

Tastic assistant professor university of Michigan hundred percent
"tastic" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

08:15 min | 2 years ago

"tastic" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Josh tastic is an assistant professor of communication studies at the university of Michigan she he draws some conclusions based on the shift and he says it seems to underscore a shift away from viewing Americans having responsibility our political system and toward a more individualistic view of what it means to be American so in his mind the role of a citizen is more active in the role of the consumer is more passive and in his mind these are two different things right they're not synonyms he says your job is an American citizen requires that you for Phil key democratic norms such as being informed deliberating about political issues and participating in civic and political life as an American consumer he says your actions are relevant only to the extent that they respond to economic incentives the responsibility to be engaged and participatory is not your own but instead depends upon a system that is oriented to bring you in that for us Ben okay sure I would I would love to so again the idea and the idea of citizenship as responsibility right like I don't if you're suggesting you're not just supposed to show up and vote which you are supposed to put some research time into it right and be be aware and you know let's I mean not for nothing it's true that most people don't know their congressional district yeah I mean if I'm being honest I voted the other day and there were a whole lot of names on the ballot that I was not a hundred percent familiar with there are some races that I'd follow very closely and I knew what I was signing up for but you know it's very difficult to be completely informed but every aspect of the political process but I guess what the takeaway here is is that you know I'm just gonna try to do your homework and then consider beyond just you know your personal stake what might be good for your entire community because you know with names I'd recognize on the ballot if I had voted for somebody just out of sheer you know random nests what a what if I accidentally voted for a monster or voted to keep an incumbent in power that had done bad things for the community and the need to be replaced you know so if if if I had gone in with that consumer mentality about what's good for me you know and and maybe I'm guilty of that in a certain sense I would only know what directly into impacted me whereas if I'd gone and with much more of a you know citizen good citizen attitude then maybe I would have thought about more what effect he is the don't even affect me directly you know it's it's a dilemma and we are we are talking about the influence of behavior wanna be very clear that we're not we're not a show that's going to like lecture people about politics is that we have for us this is for us this is a dilemma though it is a dilemma and it's kind of a thought experiment yeah yeah yeah that's a good way to see it because the question then becomes you know is one somehow better than the other or they just different I would say that they are different I would say that everybody has played the part of a citizen everybody's played the part of the consumer the same time you know you're not going into Arby's for instance who is response to the show I'm just thinking like different is good until around yeah and getting the funny commercials but like you know nobody's walking in the Arby's and staying here at the at the soda fountain or at the tool ketchup stand no one's saying like what can I do to make this ketchup stand better for everyone who comes after me yeah and you know speaking to past six quotes about you know as an American consumer your actions are relevant only to the extent they respond to economic incentives meaning and sometimes those incentives are just personal fulfillment and you know pleasure and your job is not to reinstate your he said bending your job as an American citizen requires you fulfill key democratic norms being informed and deliberating about political issues to the idea that there is this great area or this kind of like fusion between the the notion of a citizen and a consumer is potentially problematic for people making choices in in elections that actually help others or that if that affect the greater good if everyone's just voting for the you know what we'll do good for themselves that also plays into how politicians market themselves right right the stream the stream techniques and we're Bernie's pioneered are now residents not only in advertising for our present in a very real way in the political sphere I gotta tell you mean did you ever did you did you ever watch C. span I mean if if there's something really crucial on but now I I have not not just watch it like my grandpa used to them yeah he's a used I used to watch the C. span with my grandmother as well when golden girls was an on shore of golden girls he Han C. span beautiful one and I'm seems like a good mix and one of the things that got me was years ago we were watching C-SPAN at her house and a Congress person was referring to a a bill they were trying to pass as a product then they said we're going to get this product out at the end of this time frame and this product is going to you know be great for companies all interested parties stakeholders and I didn't understand the terms because why would you call something like that a product you're selling it yes the selling it to your constituents and this guy Frank treatment who wrote the article from the Atlantic that I was talking about a little bit is a professor of history at the university of London and he wrote a fantastic book called empire things how we became a world of consumers for the fifteenth century to the twenty first and he thinks that the the the blurred the distinction between these two cohorts which really have become got the same thing consumer and citizen make it really hard for people to come together to solve problems which is essentially what I was trying to get out were both trying to get at band and this quote I think really sums it all up nicely quote not all consumers to see the world in the same way and hence concerted action is very difficult I thought I was trying to get out where you know when you have a politician's marketing themselves to a particular voter base and the desires of that voter base are kind of a conflagration of like different sort of self serving desires was very difficult of like pick out a platform where things were like to appeal to all of these different you know angles and get elected kind of require some weird backwards logic and convoluted thinking and especially when there's so many of those interests might be contradictory exactly right yeah here we are two seventy here we here we are but she's three doesn't stop here I have to wonder goal what future historians will make this shift which again a current without my knowledge at all like I I I did not notice other than my spider sense is tingling when I heard things laws referred to his products it's totally washed over my head man I don't know how little insidious derided in kind of happens it just sort of going to creep send you know without you even realizing it I swear we citizens are we consumers I think it's a better choice we have to make any obviously we're consumers when it comes to like you know I like buying stuff I like nice clothes and and things like that but when you start integrating that into the political process and and how you vote as though it were spending money and as though you're being marketed to that's problematic I think and it's an interesting shift in history and it's more than a little ridiculous it is it.

Josh tastic assistant professor university of Michigan hundred percent
"tastic" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"tastic" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"For drop right circle centerpoint Eric Turner shoot through just like the wide array years will grab the buccaneer corner the middle is played up now by Kreider at center ice turn act Latin Aaron I'll I'll read in point intercept into the Rangers zone point because with the left corner Brady CKX into could drop all the perfect what caused the water hello Chris is really don't affect tastic jobs it's coming in relief of your year have made a couple of seasons scoring chances will balance your neck is talking to the official he has a right to try to cross check them from behind and there was no call one who is made to say but he looked behind I didn't know where it was face off will be to the right of the lawn first how did and I can't of the draw okay went to clearly circuits of the center point what circle gore's huge block but back to gore what circle across face masks needs to a bottle maroon Joslin would linger in lingering feats box by the depth before said McCaig they celebrate love you at center ice across the blue line here is spread how to love circle each check my Lucetta Canada steel walls it toward my cat in the far corner pocket is tied up by Brendan Smith who intercepts what's the whole the center the right point right circle of you could stick from circuit that knocked off of you stick it comes out of his own lingering on the counter for leasing Anderson left wing they all fired on plays its sales over the near side glass two fifty seven left in the first four one light yeah that bug juice sales please resolve probably be at center ice the neutral zone for sure yes it is yeah wining goal tonight she in a warrant dropping a lot the middle to our power play goals Kreider has one of those goals back to the Rangers stamp goes in Seattle at center ice and this is more of a fifty fifty use god high level which David bounces.

Kreider Brady CKX Chris official gore Brendan Smith Anderson Seattle David Eric Turner Aaron Rangers Lucetta Canada
"tastic" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"tastic" Discussed on KGO 810

"Of dollars each year to local nonprofits to have an event like this often as I said before we are resilient and we will get through this this morning our prayers are with the families of those injured and killed in the senseless shooting we stand with you and we will be for proper providing whatever assistance we can in the days and weeks ahead this morning as we learn more about what occurred yesterday I wish to command the periphery of our law enforcement personnel who in the middle of a chaotic situation acted quickly and professionally to engage the shooter and the and the threat before more people could be injured or killed and the chief will talk a little bit more about that it takes remarkable bravery to run to a shooting when the natural reaction for all of us is to run away we are so proud of our law enforcement who undoubtedly saved many lives by putting their own lives in danger now I also want to mention our and tastic fire department I happen to be in the triage area when the victims started to come in and I can tell you that our fire personnel paramedics EMTs where there quickly tree on sheen prioritizing stabilizing each of the patients and then getting them.

tastic
"tastic" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

08:15 min | 2 years ago

"tastic" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Tastic is an assistant professor of communication studies at the university of Michigan she he draws some conclusions based on the ship he says it seems to underscore a shift away from viewing Americans having responsibility our political system and toward a more individualistic view of what it means to be American so in his mind the role of US citizens more active in the role of the consumer is more passive and in his mind these are two different things right they're not synonyms he says your job is an American citizen requires that you fulfill key democratic norms such as being informed deliberating about political issues and participating in civic and political life as an American consumer he says your actions are relevant only to the extent that they respond to economic incentives the responsibility to be engaged and participatory is not your own but instead depends upon a system that is oriented to bring you in that for us Ben okay sure I would I would love to I so again the idea the idea of citizenship as responsibility right like I don't if you're suggesting you're not just supposed to show up and vote you are supposed to put some research time into it right and be be aware and it'll let's I mean not for nothing it's true that most people don't know their congressional district yeah I mean if I'm being honest I voted the other day and there were a whole lot of names on the ballot that I was not a hundred percent familiar with there were some races that I'd follow very closely and I knew what I was signing up for but you know it's very difficult to be completely informed by every aspect of the political process but I guess what the takeaway here is is that you know I'm just gonna try to do your homework and then consider beyond just you know your personal stake what might be good for your entire community because you know with names and recognizing the ballot if I had voted for somebody just out of sheer you know random that's what it what if I accidentally voted for a monster or voted to keep an incumbent and power that had done bad things for the community and the need to be replaced you know so if if if I had gone in with that consumer mentality about what's good for me you know and and maybe I'm guilty of that in a certain sense I would only know what directly into impacted me whereas if I'd gone and with much more of a you know citizen good citizen attitude that maybe I would have thought about more what effect is the don't even affect me directly you know it's it's a dilemma and we are we are talking about the influence of behavior wanna be very clear that we're not we're not a show that's going to like lecture people about politics lately have for us this is Chris this is a dilemma though it is a dilemma and it's kind of a thought experiment yeah yeah yeah that's a is it because the the question then becomes you know is one somehow better than the other or they just different I would say that they are different I would say that everybody has played the part of a citizen everybody's played the part of the consumer the same time you know you're not going into Arby's for instance who is a sponsor of the show I'm just thinking like different is good until around yeah this is over and gave the funny commercials with like you know nobody's walking in the Arby's and staying here at the at the soda fountain or at the tool ketchup stand no one's saying like what can I do to make this ketchup stand better for everyone who comes after me yeah and you know speaking to past six quotes about you know as an American consumer your actions are relevant only to the extent they respond to economic incentives meaning and sometimes those incentives are just personal fulfillment and you know pleasure and your job is not to read state your he said bending your job as an American citizen requires you fulfill key democratic norms being informed and deliberating about political issues to the idea that there is this great area or this kind of like fusion between the the notion of a citizen and a consumer is potentially problematic for people making choices in in elections that actually help others or that if that affect the greater good if everyone's just voting for the you know what we'll do good for themselves that also plays into how politicians market themselves right right the same the same techniques and we're Bernice pioneered are now present not only in advertising for our present in a very real way in the political sphere I gotta tell you mean did you ever did you did you ever watch C. span I mean if if there's something really crucial on but now I I have not not just watch it like my grandpa used to them yeah he's a used I used to watch the C. span with my grandmother as well when golden girls was an on shore golden girls he on C. span beautiful one and I'm seems like a good mix and one of the things that got me was years ago we were watching C-SPAN at her house and a Congress person was referring to a a bill they were trying to pass as a product then they said we're going to get this product out at the end of this time frame and this product is going to you know be great for companies all interested parties stakeholders and I didn't understand the term because why would you call something like that a product you're selling yes the selling it to your constituents and this guy Frank treatment who wrote the article from the Atlantic that I was talking about a little bit is a professor of history at the university of London and he wrote a fantastic book called empire things how we became a world of consumers for the fifteenth century to the twenty first and he thinks that the the the blurred the distinction between these two cohorts which really have become got the same thing consumer and citizen make it really hard for people to come together to solve problems which is essentially what I was trying to get that we're both trying to get at band and this quote I think really sums it all up nicely quote not all consumers to see the world in the same way and hence concerted action is very difficult I thought I was trying to get out where you know when you have a politician's marketing themselves for particular voter base and the the desires of that voter base are kind of a conflagration of like different sort of self serving desires was very difficult to like pick out a platform or thing or like to appeal to all of these different you know angles and get elected kind of require some weird backwards logic and convoluted thinking and especially when stroll many of those interests might be contradictory exactly right here we are seventeen here we here we are but she's three doesn't stop here I have to wonder goal what future historians will make all of this sure which again occurred without my knowledge at all like I I I did not notice other than my spider senses tingling when I heard things laws referred to his product is totally washed over my head man I don't know little insidious the writing and it happens it just sort of gonna creeps in you know without you even realizing it I swear we citizens are we consumers I think it's a better choice we have to make I mean obviously we're consumers when it comes to like you know how I like buying stuff I like nice clothes and and things like that but when you start integrating that into the political process and and how you vote as though it were spending money and as though you're being marketed to that's problematic I think and it's an interesting shift in history and it's more than a little ridiculous it is it.

Tastic assistant professor university of Michigan hundred percent
"tastic" Discussed on Kinky Katie's World

Kinky Katie's World

06:26 min | 2 years ago

"tastic" Discussed on Kinky Katie's World

"Let's going house going. I am feeling chest. Tastic jazz. Dak jam lead tastic, Jim Previn hard shows, does it while, especially your face. Hey. Gene. We're in the middle. Well, we have a fun show.

Jim Previn
"tastic" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"tastic" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"No one says that any more. Say giddy must say to you. Happy made a two. Happy made it. The thing of the past. Isn't it? It's old fashioned. May I used to be then people would they would the may polls. Yes. Yes, we gather around his kids get the may pole dance around in the neighborhood. Even know what a maypole is. Really? I don't I I mean every did that. Oh, it's a stick with the ribbons. It's the may pole. But when we used to my mom, you know, she would tell us to go get flowers and things and then go to the neighbor's house or some someone in the neighborhood. So nice lady, and and you're not gonna door and run and you leave the flowers, and they would find the flowers that was made when I was a kid had firecrackers. You went with the firecracker route hallmark. Bloom flower. That's what people were yelling when the doors. Anyone does that anymore? Do you have a maypole? I don't think we did that we didn't do that. Fun May Day celebration. Really, do you serious absolutely serious? Yes. There was a preschool and up on the hill. There was a may pole and we got to walk around. It. You've got to walk around the maypole with with a ribbon. And yeah, it was. Tastic is is there a reason they was what's the I don't know? We just walked around with a ribbon around a pole. I don't remember ever doing that in school. I really don't also old fashioned. Anyhow, I don't know that anyone does this anymore. It's just another month. First AMA, right. Did anyone out there? Walk around me. May fall today. I doubt they do that in school anymore. But if you know what there's something it's very charming, very charming. There's something to be said about it. So I missed doing that every may first if you like it should have less lowers on someone's doorstep and knocked I'm just too old to be knocking and run in from the door. You know what I mean? Flowers. Later. Thank you have a song for you. Do if you know, this can leave your listeners, ready speaking, you know, it's made. Oh, man..

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"tastic" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"tastic" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Hit number one on the billboard hot one hundred the temptations recorded it first, but it didn't go anywhere. It was just a an album track. That was written by Norman Whitfield and remember this name because it's gonna come up later on Barrett strong. They wrote that for the Motown label in nineteen and sixty nine oh, I got a lot to sneak in. Today at a short time to get there. Let's go to well. The mighty Hannibal. You haven't heard this one friends? Another war song called. I'm coming home. About a young, man. Getting ready to go to. But. Said. Said that. And this is what he's saying. Don't do. We. Sure. Coming. Tastic says by the money Hannibal doing on coming home taking up the two thousand one album Hannibal is Norton records up next miss. Sharon Jones, and the dabke, you know, this song. Don't ya? This. Jining? Tastic cover of.

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"tastic" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"tastic" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"Over the years, rage, tastic, anti semitic, language and smears because she didn't just criticize Israel. She wasn't criticizing Israel policies is that's not what she was doing. What Illinois mar was doing was literally criticizing people who are Jewish. She was criticizing and smearing their character. She was criticizing and smearing their allegiance and their loyalty. To the country. I'd like to ask her what she thinks about sharia site now. And when you when you say that because someone is Jewish they probably have dual loyalty, which means that they probably they probably prioritize loyalty to Israel over loyalty to the United States. That's a smear because this is something that's been long going for. I don't know how many years. And so that was just one of the things she was out there calling Israel evil, and the Jewish people what they do. And all I mean, she wasn't just criticizing policy and anyone who says that is lying to you. Because there are cowards because they're they want power too much. To to to condemn any bigotry. The house. Passed this resolution. I don't think any Republican should have voted for the stupid thing, quite honest because. They Democrats have just they just shown that they've embraced this whole heartedly. The final vote was four seven at twenty three. While lawmakers voted present all the no votes were Republicans are should have been more. No vote. In the crafted it, and then they changed it at the last minute. That. To include. They didn't mention Illinois mar by name, and they only barely mentioned anti semitism. In fact, what they did was they crafted this to to put in. Oh, we don't like any racism or Islam, a phobia or anything like that. They wrote this big long resolution of all the stuff that it wasn't. So they could. Avoid talking about the thing that was. And that's what it comes down to. They they they broadened their resolution. To include white supremacy and everything else they didn't want to have to say anything about Illinois. Mar now keep in mind, they broaden their resolution to avoid having to say anything about white supremacy. But remember the man that they call quote Koon man is still in the governor's mansion. Out there in out east the guy who was in black face right government, governor KKK yearbook photo. Yeah. He's still out there on office. Why? All of this. It was it was a stupid statement. That was particularly written to avoid having to condemn her blatant eight anti semitism. And they put all this other stuff in there hoping that nobody would really focus on Illinois. Mar..

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"tastic" Discussed on Z104

Z104

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"tastic" Discussed on Z104

"So we'll talk about the cookie varieties. We've got a little bit extra time here. So we've course we love the girl scouts and all that you do. But we really liked the cookies a lot. So tell me again, like, what's what the selection is this year's or anything new that's kind of so this year and our council we are welcoming back our toffee tastic at celebrating five years with us. That's right. That's right. Yeah. Gluten free is all now. Yes. I just heard about that last year. But maybe I missed a good cookie. Cool, and you can't tell us free canyon. Oh, no. It's really good the best part. So we have our toffee tastic. We have our girl scouts more. We have savannah smiles trefoil Samoa's than mints, tag along and dose. And if you don't put in the freezer, you're a crazy person. Yes. Stock up on them. And they last all year. People that eat them at room temperature. I don't even are you. All right. So then let's talk lastly about registering to become a girl scout. So those are listening right now that are really interested in registering become a girl scout or registering their their child. What what what what advice would you give them what they need to do? Well, my advice would be to go onto our website. And if you have any questions feel free to give us a call the great thing about our program is that we are flexible. We have troop leaders who pick the location and time for their true meanings. And it's really it caters to their schedule and their girl schedule as well. I mean girls have a say in what they do at girl scouts. So, you know, if a troop isn't working out for your girl than we can always find a different troops. So give us a call. If you have any questions about what exactly your girl can do scout. And we'd be more than happy to welcome. You into our sister. Julia I'm gonna put you on the spot one last time. There's a young girl listening about your age seventeen eighteen it's like, I think I'm interested. But I just don't know if it'll be right for me. I don't know if if this is. I just don't know if I would be a good girl scout. What would you say? I'd say go for it definitely become a girl scout anything that you want to do in the future. If you wanna go to college, if you want to whatever you wanna do whatever you want to pursue ghost hunting. We'll help you get there. The leaders are opportunities the mentorship. The role models that you receive and this experience that you get from girl scouts will prepare you. And we'll launch you into whatever you whatever your future holds what if they're nervous about not making friends girl scouts is the dawn of friends there all the girls are coming from different points of life and everything, but what brings you together as being a gospel. And that something about that is just so amazing came in put into words, it's I have made I'm only child, but I have made countless sisters through girl scouting. So it really is a sisters at so grain truly is a sisterhood wonder if you make friendships, and you know, create your own little network that lasts you a lifetime. I mean, our our alumni network is over fifty million women, very strong prominent leaders like Katie Couric and the Williams sisters and. You know, so many women who are role models for today..

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"tastic" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

11:35 min | 3 years ago

"tastic" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Texts. Word door to the number two hundred two hundred you'll get a text confirming entry, plus iheartradio, info standard, data Tex-Mex reply of a what you're in for Z. Iheartradio music awards. It's awesome. It's a great award show you off such blast. We know some of the people performing now the iheartradio music awards. John peak slipped up and told us it's bad tastic texture door right now to number two hundred two hundred to win. Avin trying do. Lonely. Mom. All the. John. More music more variety one zero four three. Niassa? I keep fighting voices in. Every single tells me. No. Remind me once again, jeez. Who? The. Fine. Taking heaven now. Failure. You have. More music more variety. One four three. The legend. Offense. What keeps the plan? Solo. Thanks again. Thanks again. King. Fear. Mexico. Get song. Thanks. Thanks. Thanks. Leap. Thanks. Thanks. Thanks. Thanks. Thanks. To get. Lexa? Mexican. Thanks. Thanks. Mexican. Music. More for Ryan, Scott one four three. This. Say. Things. Kim Young to.

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"tastic" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"tastic" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Tastic would be at the the very top. That I spoke with Dylan between the winter classic. And the islanders games. He felt he did better in some of the areas where the organization was looking for improvement when he was brought up. He wasn't necessarily pounding down the door for promotion is Jeremy and his replacement down there. Derek king like to say this next trip down Troy, however long, it is perhaps a longer stint would serve him better. There continue to be aspects of the NHL game hill need to find a way to commit to that would ensure making a greater impact with the next opportunity. He has given up here. He's a skilled player and he's got to create offense of opportunities. We haven't seen it consistently consistently at the NHL level. He's got to work on that part of his game. And get it up to where Jeremy said can be in the top nine minutes. He's not a fourth line grinder type of player. So he's got elevators games. He's not going to get penciled into that position on the fourth life. So now, he's got to go down. He's got to get that confidence in his offense a game. But he also has to get bigger and stronger, I think next off season again is. Critical for him and there's progression to to make a trivia H L. He's got to get a little bit stronger, competed, hardwood, he came up this time somebody stole a small guy. And he's got to get a little bit stronger in all areas is Blake strength course, big upper body strength all of its gotta get a little bit stronger. But when he goes back down to Rockford, he's got to work on the little things if you make mistakes, the NHL level, it's gets magnified because of the talent that you're playing against the skill that you're playing against you can get away with it in the American Hockey League. And you don't get a tip. You might get a little bit fooled where your game is apt defensively in the minors because you don't have the Sidney Crosby's or those types of players that if you make a mistake it's in the back of your net you get away with it down there. He's got to learn how to play that type of a game and really fine. Tune it and continuous progression. The right way, there was a big I thought improvement from what we saw him this time from where we saw him last year. And that's where Jeremy was talking about the progression moving forward is what they're looking for. And speaking.

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