18 Burst results for "Ten Kilo"

"ten kilo" Discussed on EN TIJUANA HAY ROCK RADIO

EN TIJUANA HAY ROCK RADIO

01:52 min | 2 months ago

"ten kilo" Discussed on EN TIJUANA HAY ROCK RADIO

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How Do Tanuki Work?

BrainStuff

03:28 min | 11 months ago

How Do Tanuki Work?

"In June of twenty, two, thousand, nineteen, a couple in a small village in Nottinghamshire Great. Britain woke at four am to an eerie sound they ventured out and discovered an animal that never seen before his thing and attacking a goat on their farm. After rescuing the goat they took a photo of the beast and promptly posted it online. The animal was four-legged and fluffy. It moved like a dog but had a face and markings like a raccoon. It turns out there unwanted visitor was a canoe Katie sometimes called a raccoon dog. To learn more about these unusual critters we talked by email to Jennifer Andrew, a member of the carnivore team at Zuid Lanta she helps take care of zoo, Atlanta's to to NUKII or and Loki. Zoo, Atlanta is just one of two zoos in the United States that houses to not the other is the Oklahoma City Zoo. Indra explained to new key our dogs genetically and morphological logically speaking they get the nickname raccoon dog primarily because of their similar coloring and coat patterns. The only other true similarity raccoons is that they occupy the same niche as raccoons do in nature even though they live on different partners. To NUKII range in size from about one point, five to two feet long that's about point four, five, two point, nine meters with a tail adding another six inches or one point, five meters they weigh anywhere from eight to twenty, two pounds around three and a half to ten kilos therefore can be golden great or reddish brown but their shoulders, legs, and the tips of their tails are blocked and their facial markings are similar to a raccoons including the black mask around the eyes. They're originally from eastern Asia including Japan, which is where the word to new key comes from, and where the animal is a cultural icon images of have appeared in everything from folklore and literature to anime and advertising the mythological versions sometimes called Buckeye Nukii, our spirit creatures, tricksters, and shape shifter's that love gold and are often depicted with a big belly and a particularly large scrotum. Many modern Japanese businesses, displays statues of to represent prosperity and good luck. To not the animals, not the spirits where brought the northern and Eastern Europe due to fur-farming back in the nineteen twenties it's believed some new key managed to escape and began to live and breathe in that region. The HABITAT, they're most comfortable living in would typically be described as forested everything from deciduous trees to evergreens, but they can live in urban and coastal areas they like living near water. When they're in the wild Turkey to picky about meals as forager's they'll eat anything from frogs, birds, and rats to berries and carrion that is vet animals to not have been known to forage in garbage cans or pick over roadkill areas inhabited by humans. But do life is a little different, not only art Niki given different food to eat including kibble hard boiled eggs, veggies and fish. But because they're naturally forager's and a non foraging, setting their caregivers look for ways to make feeding time a little more challenging. Andrew said, we like to scatter their diet throughout their habitats to encourage natural foraging behaviors. They also enjoy interacting with problem-solving enrichment devices that encourage behaviors such as biting, chewing, ripping shredding, smelling digging, and dragging.

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"ten kilo" Discussed on Highly Questionable

Highly Questionable

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"ten kilo" Discussed on Highly Questionable

"N._B._C. Sports network the seventeenth eighteen stage of the Tour de France. Are we all know where this is going to end. You don't have to be an oracle or somebody with a crystal ball to know that there's going to end with somebody running next to a bicycle with a pig and he will call a court before we get there though we have to show you this Fan Chine fan trying to get a reiver's autograph on his own book and here you go. That's good there you go. That's pretty cold. Also unbelievably rude just really rude. The guy is working your barefoot. You've given very little thought to the day and that's what you do is. Are you intriguing terrible choice by either right or two. He was offered a beer right after that and continued to sign the book. Those are D._U.. Is actually you can get one of those on a bike and a lot of people know that Bob you and tree oh C._C.. Cheap I tell you one thing I'd rather go businessmen that I stop that by you. GotTa against the backyard and you can say you want to give me any money from the back and keep reading. That is the way you do it. Streaming Net flicks last chance you owe bobby. This show can be pretty interesting. Let's see what we have here this year. The independence pirates team to be reckon with we're ranked top five where the best in the country we want our first bowl holy chosen to nobody can stop this. I'm taking steps to give out needs to be got an opportunity that most people don't have. I'm oppose muscles came pushing a move. We have a bull chest. The football's not a pain free scored Hollywood Hollywood. Be careful wish they'll be hot tonight around just disgraceful for dream you. It's been a nice ten kilos. I don't care for the seem to deal with dream you. It's been a nice ten kilos. I don't care for the seem to deal with and I regret anything I ever do. Took a while to get there. They gave you a little flourish at the end with the coach being held back wildly disappointing before that is are you intrigued but it looked like a couple apple players in that clip had already used up their last chance so what happens to them they get kicked off the show forever. Do we get the follow them around last last chance to coming to Amazon Prime Soon bumpier you intrigue O. C. C.. I'm very I want. I WANNA worst that show yeah the hub turn on my next league NETFLIX. You don't know how to pronounce that either. Just want to watch the one the one click business before this business bottle the one the one back.

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"ten kilo" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

Just Fly Performance Podcast

10:55 min | 2 years ago

"ten kilo" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

"And I guess that's probably why didn't settle back in strength and conditioning had four years full-time. And then I was like, yeah, I need to to go back to the other side a little bit. You know. So that's. Yeah. That's what I've been doing the last the last five years, the your, your experiences, a world traveler, huge respect for that. Man. I think somebody us live in our own bubble for our whole lives and never get outside of it. And so one of the with having all that, though, and, and taking these breaks and bringing it all back. How is that changed your philosophy and how to train train a human being from a a strength? A physical standpoint. Yeah. I mean. Econ-. Yeah. All your experiences formula. Right. So, like I often want to understand if I'm going to employ coach or if I'm speaking to someone about where the headed like I wanted to how many brothers and sisters, I have, like if you're the first child, that's a different experience. If you're the second child with third child, and, you know, all those kinds of things like they influenced who you're going to be as as coach likened. I think all that the travel like, when I know someone's travel or on your that they grew up in a multicultural upbringing, if they speak, two languages, or those kinds of things like that those people are going to be different coaches to stars that have had a con of Mona. Upbringing lacking in one culture, and what's the thing? So like the human side is definitely relevant. But even zooming out from that, like, what is in, what does an organism need to thrive? Like you know that a plant or a tree, you know, can can either be strong or it can be wake? And, and what are the factors that are going to influence that I think, is in strength and conditioning? Like it's so easy to get lost in under the electron microscope that you've forget, what you're looking at you looking at a living organism and a living, organism has certain basic requirements, even beyond like thinking of someone as a human is often too zoomed in, like think about the requirements of a plant, and you might start to actually be able to get better results with people like you know, that a plant needs lot. But how many strength and conditioning coaches considered a lot as a factor in their programs. You know, and it's becoming clearer that we need lot. We need natural lot like fluorescent lot is doing damage to health. Red light exposure is emerging as a technique because which is not getting exposed to. Full spectrum of light too much blue lot isn't having a massive negative impact on on hormones, and stress, and those sorts of thing, so, like zooming out, and dealing with things on that bicyc- level, soil, soil, for us is what's in the, you know, but, you know, for plant soil is so important, but then people wanna say which just about macro as well. Is it just about microbes for plant? Like can you just put anything around plant, and it's going to be fine like no. They need a specific soil set like anyone who understands plants deeply and wants to make noise plants flower that have a very specific strategy around compost, and so a composition and sand and all these sorts of things. So it sounds like it's way out there as far as strength and conditioning goes. But it's a living organism that you're dealing with those basics of temperature lot. Would, you know movement, the, the huge and then humans we have that next layer of we need meaning in allies, and we need, we need social support. We need to be part of a tribe. No one's alone people say they're alone. I like time. Alone as well. But I'm you know, everybody needs to feel like an important pot of a social system and that feeling of social isolation and not being a valuable member of a community that's gonna massively negatively impact your performance if you think that being a professional athlete has no big bigger purpose and no social. You know, whatever, you know, go to train, the same as, if you feel like this is my vehicle for social change. Like this is how impact the world like this is how for Australia's indigenous culture, Australia. I don't know if you know anything about trying to digits culture, but the difference in life expectancy between water strategies known indigenous, strains and indigenous Australians is the biggest difference of anywhere in the world. So these people are expected to live to fifty so the health outcomes for indigenous Australians, strangely poll? So some indigenous Australians, like the also tend to be phenomenal athletes, like have some some amazing genetics. And it's relatively recently. That they've gone into this captivity environment that we live in the western world where we've creditably boxes and things to live in basically like our own little zoo, that we live in. It's relatively recent that they've gone into the zoo so they have more genetic momentum. And they have, you know, the power of their ancestors you understand, like animal husbandry, like this, this genetic momentum. So you don't pick the run of the leader to be the sire of your next racehorse or if you breeding dogs and stuff like they understand genetic momentum and generation to generation matters. So if you look at it from that perspective as indigenous athletes, have they have momentum with that sort of thing, but some of them can find meaning of, like, I really want to give hope to the kids where I grew up because this, you know pretty rough third world. Taught living conditions. And a tough economic system to come into for a lot of kids, so they can derive a bit more of that meaning than this whole new world of athlete development awaiting them, you know, and so it sounds like I'm not answering the question. But I, I am answering your question like this is this is where strengthening conditioning needs to stop, like the level of a living organism, the level of human psychology, and human sake. And I think the best coaches doing this, whether they outsource some of the stuff around blood testing and fly out hacking up stuff, or they the athletes, psychology, and that's the thing like I was like prep Bartholomew like a sore. I haven't been massively into the extra stuff and whatever stories post about being anorexic as a kid, I was like fuck now it makes sense like this guy has been through some serious pain. And he's going to he's going to get with athletes on a level that most coaches cock, yet with them on, you know, and that's. Part of the reason why he's been one of the most impactful guys, I guess in strengthening conditioning. So, yeah. On that big picture stuff is, I guess, signing that excites me, and I feel as if you just get that stuff. Right. Then strengthening conditionings frigging easy if you help it to be like a basic, thriving, organism that has the neurotransmitters, working that has energy that has just doing what on autism is meant to do humans meant to do. And then they actually derive meaning from their practice then pretty much any practice is gonna look, you can do a lot of different things with that sort of person, and they're going to be pretty damn good. Because it just, you know, the fought the driven that balanced on a basic level, but then, yeah, I do love the zoomed in stuff as well. It's not that I you know You that. know that I love the nuts and bolts of lifting weights and building skills. And so forget to that level. You know, the philosophy is like my ability skill full insurance. So on each of those levels, as ethic going in building them up, so well positions, can I get into range of motion is a huge, huge thing as lots of different ways to look at it from experience, like most athletes, darn have the range of motion that they need to have, you know, top speed and acceleration to get those things. Right. They've got heavy legs because they're just so so taught especially in rugby's feel that I've primarily worked in, then God's will Everley specialize in their all. So if you're one hundred ten kilo to two hundred thirty two hundred forty pound taught guy, and you playing rugby league then often their role as a kid because they're always the big kid. He's just like catch the bowl and just go and run IVA blocks. But in the sport of rugby rugby league you, can, you can have a lot more to your? Game like you can everyone can possible. So everyone is kind of the quarterback and everyone can consider of have footwork and play for roles. So giving them a bit more of a multi spoil athlete training environment like helping them to build some some other skills, whether it's juggling, whether it's learning it back some soul, whether it's doing a handstand every couple of weeks, any of those sorts of things that kinda get the thinking. We'll like I can I can actually learn you shit hit. So why don't I do this with my game as well? Like what an ad left would step as well as rot footstep to my game. What am I work on being able to possible live of five maters, rather than just possible, every three Mehta's you know, so I because I had that background of my family being heavily involved in rugby league coaching like a had a bit of more of an opportunity to blend and conditioning, but then also get out on the field. Like I was the Spade coach as well. But I would do sports specific spayed and. Not in, not in a funky sense, but actually do the movements that are in the game. And get them better is moving so than you had a evade the in front of them will defend the player in front of them, who is using footwork, and really trying to get that blend of putting the physical traits into their performance. But then continue to expand their performance. That was that's what I believe in. And that's, that's what I've seen work. You know, like the, the teams that I worked with had good results, and the coaches that I've worked with had some, some good results as well. So I'm always trying to expand and refine the philosophy. You know there's. I mean this you got to go by the results by Szekely. So. Now. That's, that's a good thing. Gonna keep going further. You're listening to the just live performance podcast brought to you by simply faster. Yeah. Those those a lot in one in one shot man. I mean that was like the whole book that could have been like three books that you just said there in an awesome way. I love it. I actually I want to come back to what you're saying before with. I because I have been hung up on, you know, how do you make like just be a better human? Right. Is, is something that course lesson jurors said that stuck with me that I really liked? But I like that use them that out even more to just even an organism in general, and talking about just things like, like, I think about is if an athlete is a plant, right? And you just take them through the normal day and everything they get like that wouldn't be very that would yield a very healthy plant, you know, like like with, with, like you said, like artificial light and those types of things, and I know that, you know, it's pretty well known that if you want to be a good sprinter, or while we're the best sprinters in the United States here, will there in Florida, Texas, and California with a three like hottest like really hot states or where there's just a good temperature and sprint culture, too..

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"ten kilo" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"ten kilo" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"When I was about eight years old. I I heard about something called climate change will blow warming. Apparently that was something humans had created by our way of living. I was told to turn off the lights to save energy and to recycle paper to save resources. I remember thinking that it was very strange that humans who are an animal species. Among others could be capable of changing the oath climate. Because if we were if it was really happening. We wouldn't be talking about anything else. As soon as you turn on the TV everything would be about that. Headlines radio newspapers, you would never read or hear about anything else as safely was a World War going on. But no one ever talked about it. If burning fossil fuels were so bad that threaten our very existence. How could we just continue like before? Why were the no restrictions? Why wasn't it made illegal? To me that did not add up. People's to unreal. So when I was eleven I became ill. I fell into depression. I stopped talking an I stopped eating. In two months. I lost about ten kilos of weight. Later on. I was diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome OCD and selective. Nudism? The basically means I only speak when I think is necessary now with one of those.

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"ten kilo" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"ten kilo" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"When I was about eight years old. I I heard about something called climate change will blow warming. Apparently that was something humans had created by our way of living. I was told to turn off the lights to save energy and to recycle paper to save resources. I remember thinking that it was very strange that humans who are an animal species. Among others could be capable of changing the oath climate. Because if we were if it was really happening. We wouldn't be talking about anything else. As soon as you turn on the TV everything would be about that. Headlines radio newspapers, you would never read or hear about anything else as safely was a World War going on. But no one ever talked about it. If burning fossil fuels were so bad that threaten our very existence. How could we just continue like before? Why were the no restrictions? Why wasn't it made illegal? To me that did not add up. People's to unreal. So when I was eleven I became ill. I fell into depression. I stopped talking an I stopped eating. In two months. I lost about ten kilos of weight. Later on. I was diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome OCD and selective. Nudism? The basically means I only speak when I think is necessary now with one of those.

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"ten kilo" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

PC Perspective Podcast

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"ten kilo" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

"Switching between a controller and a keyboard. Most AAA titles do but you may encounter some. That don't also in terms of the the what you get it's one hundred sixty dollars and the keys that come with. It. Chris noted are not great key caps. They're single single shot a thin plastic. You can buy better. He's so there's an option for an upgrade there. But you're going to have to factor factor in that cost because you're probably not going to be happy at this price point with the keys. You get. Another another option is you can you can customize RGB and stuff, but they don't have like per game macro support yet. And they've been promising that for I think he said over a year, but they have at least to get. So you're not for a gaming because this kind of the feature set here is like hardcore gamer and. You'd think that they would kind of support that stuff. The macro stuff is is pretty pretty crucial to that market. But they don't have it. So that's going to be a limitation there as well. Again. It's not that they couldn't implement it. It's it would be a software thing. But they haven't gotten around to getting that software out in there already promoting the replacement through this the wounding to but overall he says he likes it. It's if you're missing that analog input that that sort of precise gradual ramping of your your movement and games. Check it out. It's a ten kilos keyboard one hundred sixty dollars, but because of its limitations because it doesn't work with every game because it is ten kilos you might want the number pad, and because the lack of macaroni and stuff you may want to skip on this one. But but so it didn't win an award or anything, but it's something to consider. It's a very unique and promising development in the keyboard market, which has been pretty stale in terms of like there's lots of features lots of. Software, all kinds RGB's, but the basic here's how you input through a computer earth or keyboard into into a computer that hasn't changed in years and decades, and this is a big shift there. So this is the first step not perfect. But something to check out and that's the wounding one analog optical keyboard one hundred sixty.

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"ten kilo" Discussed on Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"ten kilo" Discussed on Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

"Sore arms from putting the ten kilo bags of dried chick peas and the remaining store covered. But otherwise, I'm fine. Thank you. But I do want to give them really, really quick answer to of our lovely listeners Claudia on her cotton, Maryland. So Hello from all of us to you. What do you make of Dominic Robb in the entire decks, you squad being demoted as leads on the Brexit negotiations, Theresa May as taking charge herself and showing the iron leadership which is famed around the world. It happened in the middle of the Brexit committee, and you cannot see rob get a ping on his phone speaking. Well, Mace advisor all Europeans. He hates just grins. So what is the point of decks you now apart from stockpiling. I mean, the the thought of Theresa May who can't even again, she ate Brexit within her incumbent being the person to negotiate Brexit with a hold of the is just front kilo. Obviously, it's really humiliating for rob. I think this is just her to move her keeping up appearances stuff. It's pretty desperate, but she's really reversing to type here. So if we remember the her default style in the run up to the snap general election was to basically castrate most of the ministries. Everything was being run out of number ten, and it was Fyona hill, Nick Timothy who had to close advisers that run everything go, no me. Now we'll see. But so many mistakes get made with us approach and she had unfor- Sarah after unfor-, Sarah. If you remember the manifesto, which they took in house and they didn't consult very widely on it before they pushed out in two thousand seventeen and how to number of really stop commitments in it that trip them up time and time again. So should the social care stuff really impacting pensioners. And I think that probably ended up costing them the majority at the election. I'm before that Jim member, there was an uproar with the budget when they were going to put national insurance contributions for self employed people in the big u-turn on, because this is what happens when you don't consult widely now you someone would have picked this up. If you put out a draw thing and a few key special advisers and senior civil servants and other departments, but no, bring it all in house means mistakes are probably going to be made. So yeah, I think this is squeaky bump time, but then working with decks, you doesn't seem like a massive Orlando. She totally doesn't seem like a massive improvement exit. Devin. The deeply see also joining us is Alex Andre political commentator actor Hellenic correspondent, and the man with the noises voice on Romania ex high..

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"ten kilo" Discussed on Counting Countries

Counting Countries

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"ten kilo" Discussed on Counting Countries

"When i was in west africa i felt really really really bad when i was living with friends in ivory coast and i was a you'll rhino eight you don't have malaria you'll handle switching just you know it's going to be fine drinking the forth there and then after five days crossing to gun just fainted in the to the hospital and it made me some blood tests and they told me i'm sorry pellets tell me when you say you just fainted yes who who are you who were you with in where are you when you faint so it was actually very lucky i in a hostile i was by myself but it was like six o'clock in the morning i woke up to the phone it i felt so bad and then coming back i could barely will so i remember it was three steps from cement and i just want to three on the three step i just fended all the way vic lucky for me i don't know what he did it was a youngster like inking all guy from new york in just caught me and then they took me to the hospital there was a gyp shin doctor their doctor jacob and he starts running blood test on me in the inactive after a now is that bad news for you you have malaria and typhoid and i was like together is kept nose okay what is walsh and he said listen in your case right now both of them can kill you so they put into the hospital gave me some medicine for full days he was a nightmare like ten kilo less by myself disgusting disgusting toilet people dying arrived you was hot in stinky but after four days i felt better so i checked myself out nep won't traveling we'll find.

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"ten kilo" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon

Psychedelic Salon

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"ten kilo" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon

"Cost of these drugs in tramped poor thing because you have to to pay somebody could bring ten kilos of heroin into the united states in less you know fool you're gonna have to pay them forty or fifty thousand dollars a fraction of the worst of that heroin but nevertheless if you haven't told it yet may be tricky to get that kind of scratch together well that's the ten kilos of chunk if to pay fifty thousand dollars to transport it but if you have a see one thirty you can bring fifty thousand pounds of heroin and it will cost you far less per unit volume so the cia had all these airplane and they simply diverted them to the drug trade you probably have been following the three cents scandal involving the us four surface is this been in the papers here is in well rehearsed in hawaii well as you know the us forest service youth ac one thirty to drop byerly carden chemical on fourth buyer when the air force was downsizing three years ago the the fourth earth requisition fifteen fee one thirty by manipulating paperwork and painting out curiel number and painting on other serial numbers only three of those feet one thirty ever reached the forest service the other twelve mysteriously disappeared c one thirty look like i'll hard it is to lose one of those puffy twelve of them disappeared without a trace well guess where and guess what they're lugging back and forth now the hell addicted to the money the original impulse break the back of brat black.

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"ten kilo" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"ten kilo" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Eight hundred two way wbap is our number eight hundred two eight nine two to seven villagers put frozen meteor in fridge and turns out to be something else do you know let this have you seen this it's not good indian villagers so excited about a frozen me that crash into a farmer's field that they get the pieces of the rock stashed in refrigerators the meteors can be were immediate rights can be worth know thousands of dollars and froze however this yellow brown meteor waiting around twenty pounds with a transparent servers resembling is the impact bowie create a one foot deep poll in the field i rushed the spot saw the obstacles if it seemed away at least eight or ten kilo grams judging by the dented admit in the ground you know initially without will be ice but all of the but it was not melting we've figured it must have some kind of chemical and it to scientists from the india meteorogical department was assemble they collected samples and their verdict is that the media was actually frozen feces rosen feces so all my guys it was a setback for the souvenir collectors who realize their refrigerators were proved preserving our airplane laboratory poop okay i get i guess this is a problem in india what what happens here and somebody we have we ever southwest airlines you've got american airlines what happens here i mean i assume we don't dump it in the air here i always wonder that we don't right they just they they dump it when they get here and refill it with queen stuff right.

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"ten kilo" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"ten kilo" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"Like machine guns and i still like that kind of feel so what keyboard are using well uh for for my pcs which are used predominantly for work by use the fill coma just touch with cherry brown searches and exprime switches and they are in between the light to touch switches and the click he blew switches the browns which is a kind of got amid soft click on the pc either phil kommmit just touched ten kilos ninja we've apologies loves them such a terrible night but the great thing about it is has no legends on the key capsule had to learn to touch type to use it which i always wanted to do anyway so that's fantastic and then i have one of those mini ones for for my laptop which i use which is also fantastic but it has the the great thing about that is the because it has no new real space for a a number pod if you want to use the curse eckes really quickly you can use some of the left hand because as a function button and then it puts the cursor cluster over e s t f i think which means that you can use a very much like he seemed that kickstarter for the keyboard top bio keyboard which is an amazing keyboard which which is built out the two butterfly planks of wood and what they've done is of used a thumb a control switch instead of you know when when you chronic type uh when you turn a touch top you often have to extend your pinkie two to access certain stuff will you don't have to do that with the keyboard io keyboard which is a staggeringly could keep a loved one of those bonding to wait until the shipping uk so the this phil come touch portable bluetooth one by use also has that kind of arrangement which means that you never have to move your right hand to the farright to move around because the cluster you can keep your hands on the home wrote all the time the reason this is important because i know on the mark arum you can use e max case so on the.

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"ten kilo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"ten kilo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of the siege there's very little food available in the roker market and what is there has gone up in price the visit be slight children sit quietly waiting for this more bite the mother says that's all she can afford to the day play lebanon with as little of lake thumb was fell massively kits keep saying they're hungry she says my heart is broken while the there's nothing at undo alesa her seven you'd old mostafa looks pails and smaller than his normal size he weighs only ten kilos his wind brown eyes tell the story of his suffering model the situation in eastern won't as a clear sign the war is not over yet the u and is calling it a humanitarian emergency but for almost define his siblings what trying to live a normal life it's all about when the next real media comes lina sin job reporting natasha coal a bit of a forgotten corner really of the conflict in syria ongoing yes i mean when doesn't even know where to begin with them as the reason said here but the the fact that these children who are through no fault of their own as your present a set that as correspondent said tuna fault of their own simply the latitude and deputy that that born on i having to die and i was just looking at the reports three point five million people who are you know who are in areas that are blockaded and experiencing food shortage absolutely horrific it's a familiar coal really the united nations calling something like this has shocking outrageous suppose it begs the question of what are they doing about it on the not doing very much all day to forgotten war it's a bit like yemen was mother mother wanted to become a forgotten of gulf war because of other things that taker the take a bigger place in our in our lives but superior is very important we must remember that uk us and allied forces are still playing a very very big paul tumor in syria as they are in iraq i think we need a much better awareness of of just what's going on so i welcome what we what we enjoy in terms of newsflow are overseer of extremely concerned about about late the volleys going on the humanitarian issues that so.

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"ten kilo" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"ten kilo" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Our guest tech journalist iphone expert now brian merchant we're going to shoulder takes a cover off a little bit and look under the food here and by the way how did you get the ford off anyway and underneath what does it look like in terms of ironies of the battery takes fifty percent cuba's just an overview of what it looks under the skin i you know hathaway really doesn't want consumers sorta picking the screen off ourselves so what they've done is they have sort of use proprietary screws coq ten kilos that are uh you know if it's a special specific shape in a it and they're very small and you need a sort of a customs driver to even youth feet to get them off in the first place so you have to go out and five basically a specific tool that if you wanna you know check out this product that you bought yourself um and something that applefrance along time they don't like to have sort of uh you know through the lodge liberty at all they don't like uh they don't like to give people the opportunity to sort of hacked the devices and this is that is another thing that comes from sort of steve jobs mindset doesn't he never wanted people to um sort of tampered with the stuff that he designed because it was supposed to work and look and feel a certain way uh again has frozen continent some people really like that approach and some people of push back against it but it is with the iphone it if i you know not being at.

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"ten kilo" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"ten kilo" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Have what chance of creating any kind of information and i'm i'll do too you know to the material itself and they gal then a clay action ten kilo cause of reaction in other parts of your body yes good and formation as we know how will spread and it has been connected with different types of other chronic ilitch does but the evening and third and diabetes then you know the types of chronic illness the the again because most people if they had a lot of that the work have a good chance that other multiple types of medaled in their mouth with me it goal home cobalt and be then do lead okay all bennett reaction that would spreading create the information it's an if you're listening are thinking about you know having a crown in year crown or i'm in plants give us a calling talk art francis aren't is really turning the delivery system of is in plants which are ceramic and they will help all with your health as well as if they're very very strong a lot of this think that about of serena interior are in the strongest now that is the case with ser coney so give us a call and ask are in a few questions he works with dentist all over the country and helps to educate then they have a whole program and again if you're thinking about or you know you have to go to the dentist think about this material for it in plant or the crown so and the number to call us for three eight to be pierre.

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"ten kilo" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"ten kilo" Discussed on TechStuff

"That's going on constantly around you maybe there doors opening in closing maybe there footsteps going up about the whole way may be someone's shoes or squeaking against alone only him floor people are chatter in away and there but you are having a conversation with someone so you turn your focused on that person and other so seemingly fade away there's still present but they're not important so and this example you would actually called those other sounds a distraction and you would really focus on the conversation that also shows how were able to consciously direct are since are perception of hearing so both of these factors come into play no one thing that and be three and coating take so got advantage of is something called masking and they're couple different variations of the masking effect one of them is called frequency masking so what so you've got to sound frequencies that are similar preps are just a few hurts apart remember frequencies or measured and hurts which is really the number of all salacious per second so let's they've got a sound that's that i don't know one thousand kill hurts and another won that set one thousand and ten kilo hurts now the human here is precise enough to be able to tell the difference of two sounds that or at least to hurts apart from each other that's so precise are resolution appearing it's it's at that level but if you get to sounds played at the same time.

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"ten kilo" Discussed on BizTalkRadio

BizTalkRadio

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"ten kilo" Discussed on BizTalkRadio

"Well if you look at the market caps right it's still small it's about in order mager to smaller than a very mature industry right like if you look at media right media is a couple hundred billion dollars a year market cap right same with like semiconductor kick in telling companies like that right so where it is in the tons of billions right so it's still pretty spotty norton you know i'm time on all the band mainstream but it's growing rapidly it is growing the fastest industry right now now in the couple oh's stupid questions you have to be around son all the time well you have to be in the some light to get the energy right but that doesn't mean that you need to always have son where you're using energy you can story but one of the things that they're doing is cred tied so if you have agreed tied solar system that means you get a credit for an extra energy make during the day and you can use that that not a hundred somehow works so but so you need ten kilo one ours to runner home right you build assistant enough well the lions are not the energy you use that's what you used to power all you you're stuff your home right so you build the solar system that makes twenty two a lot hours right so that ten kill want hours and you need at night you were making it during the day it and a roger meter backwards right so that's how the credits work and then you're especially using goes credit at night keeps track of play what's the future it's almost kind of knew right so the futures well we've hit the point word it's now cost competitive so is cause combative with him as one and we just hit that and so we're going to start seeing large mainstream companies investing in to sort and it's going to be everyone now if your company that has you don't traditional power when interest rates over the solar is a cost prohibitive.

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"ten kilo" Discussed on WIXC News Talk Florida 1060

WIXC News Talk Florida 1060

02:05 min | 5 years ago

"ten kilo" Discussed on WIXC News Talk Florida 1060

"But i don't pick the best investments all time sometimes my investments are only the second best and some time second best is good enough and maybe donald trump is just the second the best choice we could've had i will share with you and i think we should do in this election if you haven't already guest you have to promised to consider becoming our next great client even if you disagree with me can we agree to that the trying to make my own money is a good idea despite who wins the presidency despite whether year of public are on the democrat or vice diversity or about than to ten kilo you greater this foundational concert because i really don't want to lose all of my clients are all the perspective clients by sharing with you what i think today for but if i have to sacrifice a few potential clients if i have to anger a few potential clients well and that's fine because i'm not going to end up like the wish you washing glenn back we just rings in torture zone self and while self medicate himself like i do frequently i'm going to give you an opinion get off to like it you not to vote for the get off to go out and do what i do i see but it's time for you to make an opinion and those if you're not are going to stay home that are going to vote for state three so or is holding this met romney you're right and some other idiot candidate that has no chance of winning you need to belly up to the bar make the same decisions that i've made the five foot have another great show for you today more money misses coming up a lot of great political financial mays all coming up the cities you play the ultimate price of admission because nothing and life is for a and everything that i have to say is valuable stay tuned for the most power for two hours of financial news you'll hear this morning stay tuned solo may i am martin par lot.

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