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Australian Rally Car Driver Molly Taylor on Extreme E

The Autosport Podcast

01:27 min | 9 months ago

Australian Rally Car Driver Molly Taylor on Extreme E

"Today's show. We're joined by one of motorsports leading female talents in mali. Taylor for those unaware molly has burst back onto the global rally saying in extreme either this year as one half of nico rosberg victorious rosberg ex racing outfit while extreme e has propelled molly back into the spotlight the and has rallying in her blood competed in australia and europe. In two thousand sixteen molly became the first woman to win the australian rally championship and this year. She has returned to the world rally championship with a three rally program in rally. Three ford fiesta. Welcome to gravel notes. Molly thanks for having me. I haven't spoken to you for probably a couple of years now. I think the last time. I spoke g was a winton when you're doing. Tci australia so a lot's happened since then. Just fill in about what. What's been going on since then look into then. I guess we had all had locked locked down again. But during that time the extremely project. I guess started to gather a bit of momentum and got involved with suspects racing extremely and also we managed to put together these three ramps wwl three program a rally three program. Here's wildlands yes. Auto kind of went from doing not much at all to looking like twenty twenty one while he's a very busy busy year

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"three d. program" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:12 min | 9 months ago

"three d. program" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil. At 6 47 here at KFBK. Many greater South Lake Tahoe residents still unable to return to their homes as the cow door fire continues on meantime, Secretary of State Antony Blinken one in the Taliban to stop blocking charter flights, carrying Americans from Afghanistan, he's pushing Get the people out. Talking with reporters in Germany, Blinken said the U. S has made it clear to Taliban leaders that the flights need to be able to leave. And in depth here, as we've been talking about with the 20th anniversary of 9 11 this Saturday, we're looking at a national nonprofit started on behalf of a firefighter who gave his life to save others. Mary Pere tells us about the tunnel to Towers Foundation. It's a highly regarded charity supported by major businesses and philanthropists around the nation. I remember talking to the founder of France, France, Frank Siller. Thank his oldest brother, Stephen was the youngest of seven. And he unfortunately lost his life. Yes and 9 11. He had just gotten off duty. And was supposed to go play golf with his brothers, and that's when the first tower was attacked, and he Texted his wife and said, Tell my brothers I'll catch up with them later, and he After on £60 of gear and ran back through the tunnel, the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel to the first tower, where unfortunately he lost his life helping others. And so Frank, The oldest of the seven has started this foundation with the other siblings. And you are correct. They are a four star charity. So definitely one of the best out there. Yes, in a perfect time to call attention to their work. Tell us what they do. So the foundation has three different programs that they do They have a smart home program, which builds specially adapted mortgage free smart homes for catastrophically injured veterans and first responders. They have They fallen first Responder Home program, which pays off mortgages for the families of law enforcement officers and firefighters who were killed in the line of duty who leaves behind young Children, and most recently, they did pay off. To Sacramento area sheriff's deputies. Unfortunately, um and then they.

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"three d. program" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

Diaspora Blues

05:19 min | 10 months ago

"three d. program" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

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"three d. program" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"three d. program" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"It is a three hour program. You know that means even if we're not simulcast, and we're not this hour You still finish. Let's get this thing done. Three hours. Do not lay it up. Welcome to the show. I'm live in the rocket mortgage studios when you need certainty. In the home buying process with alone that fits your life. Rocket. Can 1 806 368686 all right to start our number three. We're joined by a national NBA writer for The Washington Post host of grace of all Talk and MBA show friend of this program, author of Bubble Ball. That book is out right now. And Gulliver is joining me, Ben. Good to have you back. How are you? I'm doing great, Jim. Coming in. Hot off that Clippers Mavericks came last night at Staples Center. I'm sure you saw the Luca don changed it to the poor clippers. Absolutely. This is exactly where I want to start. In fact, then why don't we go back? Few days? You were at staples for game one of that, Syriza. What did you make of what you saw from Dallas in that game. And more importantly, what did you make of what you saw from the Clippers. Well, here's the thing with Luca to me. He's one of the top three showman in the NBA. Right now. It's LeBron Steph and Luca there in a category by themselves because Luca walks into Staples Center as the underdog team, quote unquote against the title contender, quote unquote in the Clippers, and this guy's acting like a small town mayor. He's kissing babies. He's winking at the celebrities. He's draining three pointers in your face. He's getting to the basket constantly, and the Clippers had no answer for him in Game one. So you thought, OK, they're going to spend the next 48 hours finding a way to slow Luca down. They come back out. It's the exact same story. I mean. 39 points, seven rebounds, seven assists. And he did it individually. Jim is like he picked on every single one of those Clippers players. Kawai lender Paul George Patrick Beverley, one after another and scored right in their face down the stretch to send that game, you know, to send Alice to a 20 lead. And you know, the Clippers are trying to say all the right things, though. We're not concerned. Let me tell you they're concerned. Their fan base was real concerned and real quiet down the stretch of both of those games. I think what we're really seeing here. It's a big time coming out party for Luca Dotage. It was muffled a little bit in the bubble, but he was phenomenal in last year's playoffs, and he stepped it up in a big time way this year. Ban golfer joining us I can hear all fired up. You are about him, and, understandably, so the guy really is amazing, like the guy's amazing Listen, I understand he's going to get hiss. We get that. But if basketball is a team game and given the defense of reputations, Band of quiet, Paul George, how do you explain them? And I know he's going to get hiss. But how to explain them, giving up an average of 1 20 per night at home in these two games? What's the explanation for that? Well, The trickiest part is, you really can't double him because he is such a good passer. He's on almost LeBron's level when it comes to passing and finding the open, man, and I think some of it is Dallas is secondary guys just being extraordinarily hot. I mean, Tim Hardaway Jr can't Mrs Schott Jalen Bronson. Can't Mr Shine Dorian Finney Smith in Game one had some really clutch shots, so some of those are probably going to come back to Earth a little bit. The problem for the Clippers is they just don't have five solid defenders that you can trust across the board. You know, they've got the two big names Impala Georgian Kwai Leonard, but you know they're struggling. It's a little bit like trackable. They just can't keep up with everything that Dallas is trying to do definitely give Dallas is roll guys credit for, you know, over performing stepping up big time, but to me, it really does all go back to Luca. If you can't find some way to slow him down if he's hitting his jumpers, if he's sitting that crazy, one leg three pointer drifting to the side. You don't have a lot of hope against his team because they've got some real firepower around them, too. Are so bad bottom line. What you said before that. So the Clippers air saying what you would expect? Certainly things we've heard before. Paul George quote. There is no level of concern. Tyler quote. I'm not concerned. Down to Oh, headed back to Dallas. Should they not be concerned how concerned they look and served during the game. We saw rage on Rondo and surgery back at one point exchange some words coming off. You know, Ibaka actually didn't play down the stretch of the game, and he did the classic thing of coming back out on the court post game to get some shots, probably trying to burn off some of the stress of that situation. Who knows? I mean, they tried to downplay some of the you know the huddle stuff, but they didn't look right late. They, you know, they looked overwhelmed. And you actually saw Lucas get up in Patrick Beverley face a little bit. Then you just kind of challenge him and tell him he's too small again. No competitive response from the Clippers. I think that's got to be really, really troubling for them just all the way around. As a franchise. The Clippers have never come back from the 02 hole in a playoff series ever to win in their in their history, So this is going to have to be the first time doing it, and they're going down to Dallas, where the crowds are actually bigger. They're larger in Texas, and they've been in California, so they've got all sorts of concerns in The craziest part about it. Usually of Kwai plays. Well, the Clippers win that sort of been the the formula here of these last couple of years. He had 41 last night. And really, he wasn't even close to being the best player on the court. That was Luca. So that's just another concern because they've got to find other ways to generate offense to support the stars if they just can't get stopped. And that was the real tell all these guys saying, Oh, we have no concerns. We have no concerns. If you go to collides interview, he just kept repeating over and over. We have to get stops. We have to get stopped, so we have to get stopped. Because they realized right now the Dallas is just steam rolling them with their offense. Come on. Right, then we have no concerns and stop lying..

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DApp Programming Gateway with Chris Swenor and Jay McCarthy

Software Engineering Daily

07:21 min | 1 year ago

DApp Programming Gateway with Chris Swenor and Jay McCarthy

"It's early. Twenty twenty one. What are the applications of blockchain's today. That's actually a great question. And the application of blockchain today if you look at purely the number of users actually using it our currency and d fire really where most of the actual the blocks things are being used. I mean there's a lot of lot of large companies looking at Chain and insurance use. But if you talk about actually real world uses users are actually using it. It's his current scene defy and for building applications in those spaces. What do you need to know. Or what kinds of can you go a little bit deeper. Get a little more fidelity on what those applications look like sure. So when i say defy Let's stanford decentralized finance and the type of applications are out there are lending platforms decentralized exchanges in the ability to exchange one token to another without having to go through a central entity the other tool that are built on top of these platforms to be able to automate the generating yield stable coins. Meaning pegging a a token to the us dollar in a decentralized way things are in defy and let me talk a little bit about what they look like in practice from programmers perspective. So when you build the decentralised application today typically what you'll do is you'll really right like three different programs. You're right a smart contract program. Those are the ones that probably get the most attention. These are written in languages like like for example and they are the. That's the program that actually runs on the blockchain under a virtual machine like the theory in virtual machine theory by the way is the market leader in the space the easy to explain things in terms of how it works and then in addition to that smart contract program. What you'll do is you'll right. Like a middleware layer that actually interacts with the blockchain protocol. Because basically every time you make a new smart contract it's like you're making a new network protocol and you don't want that network protocol to be like directly spoken by. Let's say your front end. User interface sealed typically right a middleware layer that will communicate with your specific new protocol. And then you're right up front and application you know on the web or you know natively or something like that into these three programmes all working together. That's what we call a essentially application and then in terms of like from a progress record of what does program look and feel like instantly what you're doing is you can kind of think of as you're making a single object and you have to think about what is the state space of that object and what transitions do you want to allow that object to go through in changing its state space and basically for every single operation that you want your custom protocol to have. You're going to meticulously right down. Which other states are allowed to be in to make this transition and what modification is going to happen next in the role of the blockchain in this program is to essentially guarantee that everyone across the world agrees on the state changes that this particular object goes through and that's what constitutes the decentralised application part of that application stack is the hardest to build you know. The front end is very straightforward. You know there are a few things that are a little bit strange about it because it's so a synchronous but that's pretty basic for full stack developers similarly the middleware. The main thing. That's complicated with it is. It's really a totally separate program that you have to synchronize with the smart contract program so it's almost like if you imagine kind of the old days of web programming where you know you would change your form labels and you had to make sure the updated the form consumer on the server. It's kind of that sort of thing where you have. These two programs that are evolving in tandem or another way to think about it is that you're writing the rpc andrew writing rpc client at the same time. So that's a little bit complicated end. You know there's some strangeness to the way that you have to interact with these networks but the really the most complicated thing is that smart contract and the main reason it's complicated this because sinking about taking a high-concept program an automatic market maker in turning that into a single object with this bespoke post hall of what you know. What transitions do you want to allow went. How do you verify the state and how do you. How do you check it. That's really complicated in a particular. It's complicated because it's so scary because if you do it wrong then you but what is what is doing it wrong. Mean doing it. Ron means that now. You're decentralized application is going to say yes to some transactions that you meant to say no to meaning that you're going to give away money that you didn't intend to give away or you're gonna say no turns actions that you meant to say yes to which means that you're going to lock away money forever. That known will be able to get access to so both of those kinds of mistakes are really common in the decentralised application world. And they're really the source of these headlines that you read about you know so and so lost twenty million dollars or so in so locked away ten million dollars from their contracts. They come from errors like that. So it's very tense to build these programs in particular all of these programs. Something that's happening in the background that it didn't mention before. Is that when you run a program on a theme you basically pay per cycle. It was a way to think about it. So that when you write a function if this function takes one hundred cycles it's gonna literally cost more to run that than another program that takes you know a hundred in two cycles to run into because that there's a whole lot of stress and emphasise in most decentralize application most smart contract programming languages to give you the programmer detailed intricate control over exactly how the program gets compiled so much. So that in the most popular one of these languages which solidity. It's almost like programming. Gpu in that. There's this very concrete difference between different layers of memory in you have to explicitly move things from one layer to another and you even to the point where. The solidity compiler doesn't really abstract way details like variables from you. It's almost as if you have to know that are exactly sixteen registers and make sure that you don't go beyond using those sixteen registers because then the compiler will fail in its failing from perspective for your benefit because it would cost more if you moved away from using those registers. So you know if you're in the audience interested in blockchain programming in some ways. I'm trying to intimidate you by thinking about all of these weird details but it's not a false intimidation it. These are the kinds of issues that many blockchain programmers think about a lot and a lot of stress put on these issues by the current way. People talk about designing blockchain programs.

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Laura Wontrop Klauser, Chevrolet sports car program manager for Corvette Racing, Cadillac Racing

NASCAR on NBC

03:29 min | 1 year ago

Laura Wontrop Klauser, Chevrolet sports car program manager for Corvette Racing, Cadillac Racing

"We have. Laura want closer. Who was recently named the sports car racing program manager for general motorist racing. and laura. I just wanna start out. Thanks for being here. Thanks for having me. This is really exciting right well. I know that you're down. Daytona beach is well been exciting week for you and the race pergram. I want to get to that. But let's just start i without you. Were just recently named sports car racing program manager for general motors prior to that you were the program manager for gm's cadillac. Dpi program in the weathertech sportscar championship series. So just tell us about your job your role and how it's changed in the last week with this new position. Sure yes so by going over to be the sports car racing program manager in simple terms. What has happened is i now have all of our sports car programs which includes cadillac. Of course the camaro gt four program. And then the big one that i just picked up corvette which thrilled to be a part of of that team in that program and essentially the roles the same except just working with the different teams program manager's job at gm. We control the budget for the various programs. And that's laid out differently depending on if it's a customer program or factory program or you how we want to do that and then we also are the single point contact for the teams back to gm and also for the chassis suppliers and engine suppliers is so if they have any questions or any concerns that they want to relay back they see you go through me and then i'll take it to what i need to do. Either make a decision or or go above me. If i need to to solve a problem and then also very much. Integrated into design and development of the race cars at this point for all of those three programs. I just mentioned the cars are done. Which is exciting. So the new design and development. That i'll hopefully be getting into will be anything we do for future programs. Which is something that i'm involved in you know looking at. What would we like to do for from gm's perspective. Where do we wanna race. What brands do we want to race. All of that in the sports car arena. So it's nice. I have all different things. I get to be focused on which keeps the days different every single one and also keeps it so that i never get bored. Doing one thing like you said i mean. You've had a lot to your plate here with this new role. Previously mentioned you oversaw cadillac. And now. you've got corvette racing under your umbrella as well general question like how many people would you say you over at the company. I know you work with teams. So i guess it's probably different than if you were like a team manager but like in your role as a as a program manager that works with several sports teams. How many people would you say. You're you're looking here that's a. That's a good question If you count the teams is being part of the family. Which very much do even though. I'm not gonna go tell a mechanic what to do. That's not my job. But you know i wanna make sure that i look out for all them. Each team is at least you know what the rolex bring more people but twenty thirty people depending and then. What is this year at the rolex we have nine cars three camaros for lax and two corvettes. So i guess if you add it all up it's quite a few people especially with delara and ecr and then our engine team at gm included in there But like i said i. I don't really directly manage you. Know what the teams do in terms of telling the mechanics how to put the wheel on or anything along those lines. It's more so just giving them the connection. And then i control the purse strings for a lot of it especially the corvette program so you know ultimately it's like one of those love hate relationships. We have to work together to each. Get what we need

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Impact Learning with Jared Magee

Overthrowing Education

03:52 min | 1 year ago

Impact Learning with Jared Magee

"The school we've rebranded as impact learning. I would love to hear about impact learning so the impact then is we. We basically take in some of this exciting stuff that we do and rolled a lot of into several of our dynamic programs together and so we clearly. You recognize that one's high school education is going to have a pretty decent impact on them right. And we're hoping that we can through impact learning this sort of Attempt at dynamism make it even more again personalized and something that a kid can feel great about and so if the learning is interesting to that student research shows that they'll learn retain more if they believe in what's what they're learning is really important to them in their future research shows they'll learn and retain more and we also and the research that we've seen says that if you do something rather than just listening or watching and being passive it you'll you'll learn and retain more so impact. Learning is is a combination of two or three programs. We've had in the past. One is our co lab program that is short for collaborative learning. We type it out really funky. Because it's a mash up of two words. Co lab is collaborative laboratory. Yes just so for those of you. Who are listening at home. Sure you are. It's capital c. o. L. and then lab in in the middle of that is all caps and then thank you so much for that. I appreciate that. It is a little confusing. When i say at allowed right but it's right it's a it's a cool idea when you see it. The visual of it is very telling about whether it's all about so in that way. Tell us what it's all about sure. Well the concept is for these courses the miniature courses and they've had lived many different lives have been reincarnated time and time again but the brass tacks are that it's interdisciplinary utterly immersive in utterly collaborative between a group of students and their instructor essentially well before cova came. And reinvented the world. It was very much field-based just constantly in the field trying to certainly emphasize fundamental skills and habits mind but also helping students delve into interests or cultivate passions. You know explore those curiosities and make sure that is a passion that they want to cultivate an in that you know. Of course you try to touch on character and risk taking and persistent all that good stuff but you know time and time again we tell the story in in our co labs we also have it as part of our collaborative program internships and independent projects. So a student can be a little bit more independent in that that reach other than the faculty led stuff and one good example of of what we're talking about when we mean cultivating that curiosity and insuring. It really is something passion that you want to move ever forward with is we had one young lady. We arranged for her helped her get an internship at a local hospital and they were there. Were a great partner hospital there in gardner massachusetts and she went in and saw some blood drawn day one of her of her nursing ship or sort of pre nursing internship. Pass right out out out right. And here's this girl. Her entire college search her entire high school trajectory had been aimed at med school. And all of her. She's a senior oliver schools. That she's looking at our nursing schools in one day of hat program like the actual practical application of that in. Just you know seeing if this curiosity really truly is something. She wants to cultivate into a passion. She pursues she very quickly. Sort of took a left turn and decided. Maybe this isn't for me. No and it's so much better to do with hat when you're in high school and there's still plenty

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"three d. program" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"three d. program" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The biggest issues, the biggest stories of the biggest forum for talking about what matters on the biggest stick a mistake now why from the attic so that the studios at Radio City This is the Steves Graffiti show. Good morning, Wisconsin. Welcome to Tuesday, the 11th day of August. Big winds last night, some heavy rain. Here's the thing that when I come into work, you know we jump on the big chair here and there's thie. A screen in front of me and every day every day Bill stead. Radio legend John Muk. You're leaves his Facebook and Twitter accounts open. I could just jump in there. And do some serious damage. Post a pick or too what I mean, I would never leave my stuff open like that. What is he thinking? What does he think? I don't know. Is it because he's so tired at the end of his shift that he just can't possibly click that button log out is that what is going on? They're so exhausted from his three hour program. Yes, That's my question for John McCain, All right? Unless you were Hunker down in your bunker E. Joe Biden. You had to experience what we all experience last night, Which was this crazy thing called. Let me see if I've got to write direct show. Great show. Yes, So it's like a hurricane over land. It's also Taco Bell's newest menu items. That rate show you checking out today and talk about damaging power outages. After the strong winds and heavy rain rolled through southeast Wisconsin on Monday, trees knocked down power lines snapped even some property damage, mainly To the south in Kenosha. We're seeing Walworth County. That's where a tornado warning was issued yesterday. This guy lives in Platteville on something and all of a sudden, from the back of my mind, I realized I was hearing all these different sounds, turned and looked out the window and realized it was.

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"three d. program" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"three d. program" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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"three d. program" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"three d. program" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"So Dan Kadro joining us here on Mike Number three welcome to our remote studios here Dan. Yeah, thanks for having me on absolute pleasure. You and I go back for several years. When did you move up here? To to new? Hampshire moved up here in September of twenty thirteen from Oklahoma. That's a long way a big change. Right is a massive change, but it's been one of the best decisions I've ever made now. you used to work in like the power industry right? Yeah, actually used to work on designing power plants an like an engineering and design scope, and now I kind of do kind of a similar thing with natural gas, but. I've been doing that all together for about seven years now. And somehow you decided you wanted to start out and strike out on your own Start Your own business, which is a dream of a lot of people who work at a job right? Because even if your jobs are good one in your bosses, Nice, or whatever it's still you're working for somebody else. You're putting your time in your effort into building. Somebody else's dream and yeah. You get paid for it and you can do what you want when that money, but it's not for I. Don't think a lot of people as satisfying as. As doing whatever it is that you know you're calling is whatever it is that you feel like you really want to be doing and I agree with that so I posted something on facebook I is one of my products, which is a three D. printed led mushroom lamp that glows up It's about a foot, tall and hundred eight inches in diameter, but it looks really cool, because it projects onto the ceiling, and I posted this on Facebook, my personal page, the other day and I got a ton of great responses from it. It looks cool. Yeah, yeah, it looks really cool and I think I got like one hundred thirty something reactions, but that you know that's the most that I I had ever had, but. It was at that moment whenever I had posted that that I had had that initial like breath of freedom and I remember I was working from home because his whole Cova thing going on and working from home, but I remember being at home, and after I'm getting all these responses, I could barely focus on my work. My employer's not listening because. I didn't do a lot that Monday morning, but yeah, as soon as I got that initial like breath of freedom I was just I couldn't focus all I could think about was. How am I going to build my business? And how am I going to get out of the rat race? And this was how long ago well whenever I had posted it. It was. It was probably about a week ago. So this is all this area very new well I. Yeah I've actually been working on this business for about about a year. Okay, what I had some because I know the logo was designed a little while back. Yeah I kind of got tripped up by something last year, and it knocked me off my path, but I decided to get back, and you finish the first product, and then you put that online and people are like. Wow, how can I order that exactly and? You know I'm not just the name of the company that you're Brennan yourself under. That's a good question I should probably have led with that. The company called Psychoanalytic and set a psychedelic. You just switch the Ellen de around. Okay looks. Very led based on your three D. Printing, all of this and programming led's and all of that I saw when I was up there that you had a remote, that could control the led lighting. Yes, so that was cool. Yeah, I do have a remote on some of my products. I do not have the skills yet to do. The Three D. Program, or I'm starting to do the deprogramming, but it's something I'm working on that's. Are you buying preprogrammed? Little Board Circuit Boards? Yes, so what I'm doing is I'm like you said I'm buying the three D I'm sorry. I'm buying the led's that are already programmed and then just soldering in there all. All the electrical work and getting it to where people can just use it and make it user friendly, and you're doing the three design as well for the mushrooms. Yes, so yeah I've been doing the three design for that. He's a program called solid works, which I'm sure many people familiar with it's kind of the gold standard, and when it comes to three D design. So you got into Three D. Printing, obviously, how long ago that was a predecessor to this right so I've been in three. D. Printing for I'd say roughly two years, but you know there's a lot about three D. printing You can't just buy one and say you know. I WANNA make this. You got to learn the intricacies of it. You Gotta learn what you can and can't do and its limits in everything so throughout the years. I've learned quite a few things about it. You just showed up what two days ago. How long you been here? I've been here since Monday since Monday, but you just set up your tent with the mushrooms. I think two days or I know sisal you setting up recently and then last night I saw you going around with them kind of traveling with them and showing them off. have. You already sold out now. I haven't sold out yet, but they're going pretty fast I bet. Very cool and so. Is this something that people can order online. Can they reach out to you via a website or something like that? Yeah, so I do have a website at that. Is Www dot cycle lack dot com. Can you spell it? Yes, P., S., Y. C. H. E.. L. E. D. I see dot, com very cool I also have a facebook and instagram page, and you can make inquiries there, so right now..

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"three d. program" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:02 min | 2 years ago

"three d. program" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Still morning here and people are coming into the camp campground. It's GonNa. It's GONNA get a lot bigger over the next twenty four hours as people start to get off work for the weekend and come up for Friday and Saturday, which are historically the two biggest days. You definitely still have time to come out here because there's an entire another week after the Porcupine Freedom Festival which that ends this Sunday than the forecast, which is technically going on right now as well continues for an. An entire other week. So if you WANNA come out and hang out with some cool liberty, friendly folks, you really ought to go to fest party and learn more about what's going on here. It's an Aria in our remote studio. Do WanNa say that. Freedoms Phoenix is a liberty oriented news aggregation site if you want the newest freshest stories and perspectives on current events from those who value Liberty Well Freedoms Phoenix DOT COM has it and their daily dispatches the best way to stay up to date on science technology historical findings liberty, news, government, overspending and And the rise of the police state. It's freedoms with an S. PHOENIX DOT COM. That's freedoms. PHOENIX DOT COM I also got to catch up and say. Thank you to Syracuse Joe and Izzy who are free talk live amplifiers. Syracuse Joe Silver amplifier is an amplifier gold level, and also libertarian banker, also a gold level amplifier. These are folks who help amp the show 'em stands for advertise market and promote. There are people who love freedom I know is he specifically has been to this events. Maybe we'll see him coming up here at some point it's. It's a great group of folks and we really appreciate everybody that that helps us with the program at freetalklive. Dot Com for five bucks a month. You get some cool perks amp dot, freetalklive dot com, so Dan Control joining us here on Mike. Number, three, welcome to our studios here Dan thanks for having me on absolute pleasure You and I go back for several years. When did you move up here to to? New Hampshire moved up here in September of twenty, thirteen from Oklahoma. That's a long way and a big change, right? Of Change, but it's been one of the best decisions I've ever made now. you used to work in the power industry? Right? Yeah, I actually used to work on designing power plants. In like an engineering and design scope, and now I do kind of a similar thing with natural gas, but I've been doing that all together for about seven years now. And somehow you decided you wanted to start out and strike out on your own Start Your own business, which is a dream of a lot of people who work at a job right, because even if your jobs good one in your bosses. Nice, or whatever it's still you're working for somebody else. You're putting your time and your effort into building. Somebody else's dream and you get paid for it and you can do what you want when that money, but. It's not for a I. Don't think a lot of people as satisfying as doing whatever it is that you know you're calling is whatever it is that you feel like you really want to be doing in. Agree with that so I I had posted something on facebook I is one of my products, which is a three D. printed led mushroom lamp that Kinda close up It's about a foot, tall and hundred eight inches in diameter, but it looks really cool, because it projects onto the ceiling and I posted this on Facebook, my personal page the other day and I got a ton of great responses from mom. Yeah yeah, it looks really cool. And I think I got like a hundred and thirty something reactions, but that's the most that I had I had ever had, but. It was at that moment whenever I posted that it had that initial like breath of freedom and I remember. I was working from home because hold Cova thing going on and working from home, but I remember being at home and Ephraim getting all these responses. I could barely focus on my work. My employer is not listening because I didn't. I didn't do a lot that Monday morning, but yeah, as soon as I got that initial like breadth of freedom I was just I couldn't focus all I could think about was. How am I going to build my business? And how am I gonNA get out of the rat race. And this was how long ago well whenever I had posted it, it was. It was probably about a week ago. So this is all this area very new well. Yeah I've actually been working on this business for about about a year ago. I had some 'cause say I know. The logo was designed a little while back. Yeah kind of got tripped up by something last year, and it kinda knocked me off my path, but I decided to get back and you finish the first product, and then you put that online and people like wow, how can I order that exactly? Yeah and The name of the company that you're branding yourself under. Question I should probably have led with that. The company is called Psych Electric and set a psychedelic switched the Ellen de around okay. L. E.. L. Eighty based on your three D. Printing, all of this and programming led's and all of that I saw when I was up there that you had a remote, that could control the led lighting. Yes, so that was cool. Yeah, I do have a remote on some of my products. I do not have the skills yet to do the Three D. program or I'm starting to do the led programming, but it's something I'm working on that's. Are you buying preprogrammed? Little bored circuit boards. Yes, so what I'm doing is I'm like you said I'm buying that three. I'm sorry. I'm by Andy led's that are already programmed and then just soldering them in there doing all. All the electrical work, and getting it to where people can just use it and make it user friendly, and you're doing the three d design as well for the mushrooms. Yes, so yeah I've been doing the three design for that. He's a program called solid works, which I'm sure. Many people are familiar with. It's kind of the gold standard, and when it comes to three D design. So you got into Three D. Printing. Obviously how long ago? That was a predecessor to this rights, so I've been in Three D. Printing for I'd say roughly two years, but you know there. There's a lot about three D. printing. You can't just buy one and say you know. I WANNA make. This got gotta learn the intricacies of it. You Gotta learn you know what you can and can't do and its limits and everything so throughout the years I've learned quite a few things about it. Now you just showed up what two days ago. How long you've been here! I've been here since Monday says Monday but you just set up your tent with the mushrooms I think two days or So I saw you setting the ten up recently and then last night I saw you going around with them kind of traveling with them and showing them off. Have you already sold out now. I hadn't sold out yet, but they're going pretty fast. I bet. Very cool and so. Is this something that people can order online. Can they reach out to the a website or something like that? Yes, so I do have a website at that. Is WWW DOT psychotic dot com? Can you spell it yes? P. S. Y. C.. H. E. L. E. D. I C. dot com very cool I also have a facebook and instagram page, and you can make inquiries there, so right now. Is it just the mushroom lights? That St- The only item,.

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"three d. program" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"three d. program" Discussed on KTOK

"The family so so we came upon a the invisible this is a medical that is just a terrible thing we were doing things that this country has never done before in terms of are now will will rebuild it again rebuild it again honorable Rosa Parrish Jennings well you know with the round the world I mean his fellow breaking ball would still be the whole thing call three year program by the in the beginning this is why for many people how do you see America coming to a point where a lot of what we do we open it will be working fine for a while well I think we have a really great that we're working very hard with the Congress on stimulus and taking care of all workers and taking care of people whose fault this was not doing very well but they get planted you know is moving along quickly to the workers of company that will loaning money to company they're able to pay their workers at the the thing is doing really well and it'll be very shortly a lot of money is going to be given to employees we have to keep it all together but a lot of things are happening and I think that's been really helpful with this back up and everybody wanted to get out and go back to work I think we're going to okay just a tremendous surge I think it's going to be a like a rocket ship I really believe that we'll have to see what happens but there's a lot of things happening but you know with all of that we still have to remember all of the people the courage yeah we did it we did it the right way we we took care of this thing and all of the things work that nobody ever heard before frankly and phrases but if we didn't do that we would have people throw if you go to that you know there were two point two million people well if you got that and more than that I mean you think about it you say five hundred thousand it would have been unacceptable so we've all had to go through a lot of the people of our country has gone through a lot but we did it the right way it looks like we'll be coming in on the very very close by really hello hello the lower side of the Gerber yeah that is awful but but a lot of things in the country a lot of a lot of great great serious pain but we'll be back bigger and better and stronger than ever before you watch well right in my life the final on the mutual fund you'd be able to do it for us what you can do the work of the market economic relief packages in American history harbor planes around the world and even adventure later maybe but right now going back to five five one obligation to help those around the world as well well I do well being Italy were helping Spain or helping other countries as much as we can and now with on the road building thousands of players which is very good related but with all of the things that we've done you look in New York where we did the job instead of what.

"three d. program" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"three d. program" Discussed on WJR 760

"Wide open three all program no long rebounds my cashier was right now all France's former what they're saying cash is well you flip it to himself unfortunately some of drilling to grab it with two hands careless turnover but none the less a double drop to eighteen thirty seven the first chapters in the way of the presence one I was at the store do some of the basketball now it's through Iowa one machine guns and machine with the ball Henry a floater his first through them if you want to give Henry Peter Gruss of offers with a decision those over to McCaffrey three taxes first one forty three we played well the from the brace on his first four Michigan state view full back door there by one trying to go down the lane news from the ship's involves if you're gonna call me legal screed against greater vibrator for massage instead so that's first basketball game seventeen thirty eight to go in the first half its mace you say five I was gone for as you might guess the packed house as it should as it always is yeah she wants to watch it now I was showing man so for early in the game now to Henry download goes intended for children you can't three second in the to sign for three nothing but net so he's got five why was seven Michigan state's got five in seventeen oh five you go to the ball catches went somewhere in the first half K. Y. T. C. R. one bucket not injuries got one as well what made you move there it goes to the basket bank shot for more than seven sixteen forty four to go I think we're going to get the seventy fifty is a long prison guards are for free we this one was on the move across your timeline for Michigan state your time in salmon arm as you get the lead back with all right and what's the matter with sounds eager to get the call.

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MAX Production Halt: Why, And What's Next?

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

07:05 min | 2 years ago

MAX Production Halt: Why, And What's Next?

"Today we will talk about things decision to suspend production of the seven 737 Max. The vision will become effective in January in the expected to halt final assembly of the seven. Three seven for several months only two times before has seventy seven production been stopped nine thousand nine hundred seventy during the meltdown of the final assembly process in the transition from. I'm the classics to the end. And two thousand eight because of a strike that lasted fifty seven days now. I'm still a little puzzled. The Max has been grounded. Since March and Boeing has continued to build forty two aircraft ever since in spite of the delays. It seems that it may only be another few weeks until the grounding lifted. Couldn't they have just decided to continue longer rather than making this expensive offensive and Disruptive Decision Sean they certainly could have I think that their decision to to to to suspend production reflects the still high level of uncertainty. That we have with the status of the Max I the airplane lane has been seemingly a few weeks from getting at least FAA approval for an awfully long time a a obviously when when the grounding when the global grounding was put in place in March they quickly announced it was within what a couple of weeks wasn't Michael that they were GonNa go down from from on the seven three program from fifty to forty two that was effective in April. Yes and then from there. They've done nothing as to why they did it now. I think that they were that. The situation with having to store airplanes and then importantly managed to return industry the delivery of those airplanes in addition to the return to service of three hundred and eighty seven. That were grounded. which Boeing is going to help some of that? I think they would get into a situation where her. That's going to be a mini program in and of itself and I think they hung on for as long as they could and they don't know when the airplanes going to be back in service and not just the they may be a month away or two months away from getting FAA maybe Transport Canada and maybe Brazilian gene approval. Let's say but I think that you have to add time for JASA. You have to add time for maybe a lot of time for China. Yeah and Boeing just doesn't have clarity when all of their customers are going to be ready to take airplanes again so so the production halt is one way to at least you know no stop the queue from building to Q. That's GONNA would've continued to build even after the initial return-to-service approvals. I just WANNA add on a couple of things in the background of what Shawn said. We know from Boeing's announcement that they cited the growing inventory of part seven three sevens but that like anything else is just one probably one element of the bigger picture on why they decided now to finally finally do this. We don't know the other reasons for sure but lots of analysts are speculating out loud. That they're cashflow. Reasons for for instance Money coming in from advanced payments is drying up As time goes on and we know that simply because there there have been almost no orders for this airplane since the ground and the cutback in production and that advanced cashflow does. Help the bottom line at Boeing. It it at least supports ability to carry out business operations. And if you suddenly don't have that cash flow but you want to continue doing business like normal even at a forty two production rate. You've got to do things like cutback spending and other parts of the company and you may also want to take out more debt and these are things that have been happening A. and Boeing and so internally you imagine that the CFO. Greg Smith kind of target and his mind all along has to win the easy Tools the levers to pull financially. We're going to run out and then they'd have to make a bigger decision about halting production altogether and it looks like for whatever ever reasons they've come to that position so Michael. What just overall what? What do we know about the financial impact? You mentioned cash though this obviously see a big big costs aspect to this. What's what's known what's not known what is known already is that Boeing has announced more than eight billion dollars? It's an charges on a on a annual basis and that a good chunk of that five the six billion is related to what it was basically calling customer compensation in regards to making up for the lack of delivery in the ground uh of the MACs with its airline customers but There's other money that's getting added to the production block. Units for the seven three seven. Remember remember that Boeing accounts for this program a little differently than Most production products are accounted for four. And so there's money piling up and at this point I have not seen analysts say that they expect anything less than that. More charges urges getting announced that'll be incorporated as part of the fourth quarter earnings. That are happening right now. That announced at the end of January. I think it's January. twenty-ninth is Boeing's next quarterly announcement. But that's almost guaranteed according to Wall Street to include even more charges so who knows how much more whether it's billion early in two billion five billion at that is all speculation but we know for sure it's already eight billion and it's going to cost the more. There are other ways to account for what the cost is the debt that Boeing D- Let me back up for a moment Boeing's taking out more debt has been for various reasons one of which is to support business operations during this Max but it was also taking out debt to try to close the emperor. Acquisition It is struggling to still do that. Caught up and a different crisis of sorts that's related to the tariffs happening between us and probably Europe back on the US to to the World Trade Organization. Rulings there so Boeing has been taken out more debt than I thought it would be at this point a year ago and while that debt is pretty cheap on a historical basis it's still incurs costs. The Boeing really wasn't expecting affecting to be pain at this point so they're all kinds of other charges that are not charges but there are costs that are probably going to get wrapped up in that full year statement that we hear about at the end of January

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"three d. program" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

09:46 min | 2 years ago

"three d. program" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Our our three radio program Jonah. seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six. Bobbi at the one o'clock CMB called you away. a study on the side of the glass will live the black studio bush's black. only a job right or you want to get the gays I'm just watching I'd see the other day but at the other game Gruden's like high fiving everybody in a black hole yeah is a mystery. really is the face of the franchise now are you sure that even Derek Carr yeah absolutely is the face of the franchise that will soon be the Los Vegas freighter when they're going to pay to use it in the next year or the year after not sure I'm not sure how quickly that steam is being billed but they got off to a good start their divisional game against the Denver Broncos I think the jury is out still on everybody outside of the patriot that's beyond off course wrong over react to weekend one whether it's fantasy in your real full you know but the jury is still out on just about everybody I listened to gaze yesterday because I had gone on Twitter late in the afternoon I saw some of these quotes from him and they were very arrogant and very jerky but I'm a fair guy I want to hear it right I just want to read on here it right so when you too but I listen to it and it covers because very different because I read so many calls to and you know I would yeah I would say that I would say it was defensive senses that they were combat of they were all of that blocked is a big exception here there was a pattern okay he was the patent I noticed yeah go ahead I think I know you're gone he only got combative and took that tone when one specific person was asking the question and that was Moniz matter now I don't know what is that right yes I know ready got a problematic well I based on the week days actually did it I I don't know the backstory yet I don't know if he has good reason no reason for that reason I don't remember now I know man it was a push of a caught the who is made of pushing to be close to remember back then was a cliff Kingsbury well I don't know I don't honestly I don't know I thought many she's been very. got a coach temple Matt rule. you know what that is right right right right but I never took his report maybe I'm forgetting but I never took him as being anti gates maybe I'm wrong maybe I forgot either way I noticed that so that question about time Montgomery where gay says on the coach I could do what I want which does come across because you forgot it's done nothing right I don't know what that just got done exactly they talked as if he's been on board he does and people talk about him right he's friends already Peyton manning yeah yeah he made a mean Cup of coffee right come on now boy that's we got combative so while I still think he was quickly maybe that's the right term I didn't notice that it was only happening when metal was asking the question so maybe he was just mad at him for whatever reason to be honest I mean I have not been read the Daily News okay there's not much to read anymore Daily News sorry but I used to read all time so I haven't really mad mad so I I I don't know what he's been saying about gays I don't know maybe he was saying stuff in the in a pre season about a model I don't know but obviously maybe. don't know the reasons I can just tell you my observation like I'm listening to it just trying to be fair I mean I may not be the biggest Adam gase fan but I don't want to just react to what I see right now I want to listen and does it still make it bad he came across very arrogant no doubt at the end of days got away use very arrogant don't know that he did come across our get any is our again. it's not as bad as I initially thought because clearly he was just mad at one person for whatever right right right right right it could be. good reason I don't know but I did notice that the conference call that every time he said I'm not going to tell you one of the things I'm not going to tell you I think was about the kickers is the report not true that guy's gonna work out well I know but I'm not gonna tell you right again it was directed at right now right he wasn't acting as prickly when Brian Costello was asking a question or read Simeoni again for whatever reason right so at the end of the day here's the bottom line with Adam gase it's the same thing with Eric Mangini it's the same thing with rex Ryan the same thing with all of Todd Bowles I forgot about him here all of them you got a win and set it and when you win your Eric Mangini personality get you a cameo on the sopranos. you don't win your **** fire right two years later so did. it is truth it is the same thing with gays they lost their first game it was brutal his office was awful it was all it was brutal a typical jet loss I've been watching for fifty years he didn't take a lot of accountability now the coach now what it is one game let's see if that continues if that that that continues when they're guilty would seven know if cases blaming the wide receivers they also that was odd again maybe strategies seated mention by name but he did kind of blame them cleaned everybody but recorder back I thought right and maybe that's a strategy may maybe his strategy is Sam I will say it is the one particular play was talking about Robbie on a deep ball yeah I you don't he was right in front of me on a ball and I'll tell you right now you stop running I I thought if you were to kept running yeah yeah I got it I don't think that was Sam okay I thought the ball was out there to be caught and I go rob you let up on the ball I got to tell you that that's what I thought initially watching it at the game yeah I wasn't necessarily saying that gays his comments are wrong it's more I'm just surprised that he took the tact although I'm gonna just say these guys didn't do their job right now is to be honest it could be right but that was doing that was sort of surprising about it but Hey it's weak one technically the first post game day after I've seen the tape conference call but does what I noticed I think he's got his gun issue with many small whatever reason it's probably not the only guy. many shop one of these days I think in Amman is something we could explain why we will do that. anti gays jets. it doesn't matter when they lose I think you the why can't recall chiseled quarterback is a whatever is I just want to win I want to win that Superbowl again a one on one at that moment moment that I you never really fully appreciated as a fifteen year old kid I what I what I want that moment and I listen man. right toll free number eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six let's go to Paul in union be checked off all our you guys are no twenty four degrees I mean are you guys on the top ten of forgery but I happen to be a fan a case I like to gaze at Miami on okay but two things right the media thing he if he does. for me it's time he likes it is I think you know about us Warner started the room without in effect so he likes to combat of and I would very probably has a big issue with miniskirts talks to me like gathered from that. yes they were you spoke with a reporter down their name mark Kelly was not very popular and but he had a good relationship with another guy are mondo Salguero be close and the other thing is with the roof the receivers this was another thing he did in Miami and if it were of the players the wrong way he he is very anti blaming the quarterback and if your carry a lot of players on the team from quote that came out after he left that because it would be quick to say that certain guard computer count but he never did at the carousel it's role but not. yeah maybe maybe that pull the strategy of how to protect my bag and protect the court and what's been the quarterback was not very good on Sunday I mean I understand you offensive line but he did not play well let's be real Frank in Connecticut Frank how are you. a good afternoon and I just love your show guys thank you thank you can make to really quick points are you really kind of questions one Yankee one zero yeah one kind of like just touched on the jets don't get a line and a receiver to Donnell is not going to be their quarterback for the future to get it turned to Jake Plummer with happy feet. the big guy falls back in other cities that is full of the looks like the first these checking on a route that is the line instead of the defensive backs and receivers run their routes and that is not the way you develop a good young quarterback yeah well but a Yankee question for you or sensation the best record or is it more important actually rest guys like corner and Sanchez basically their whole whole whole country they're from a freebie gonna kill themselves chase in Houston that that's not what they're not but you know what Frank they going to do what's best to get ready for October it's what they've done all year I mean think about it the relievers don't put three days in a row we knew out amount of you know wasn't pitching last night because they don't put three days in a row so I think that that strategy is gonna remain the same over the final seventeen games right now it's not helping is that the Houston Astros destroy everybody they won five in a row the last two days they've only one one and fifty nothing yeah and that was against right Oakland H. and I fires look great yesterday so they've outscored their opponents was a thirty six to one of the last two games yeah that doesn't help any of the same record and the Astros won the tie breaker but I don't think the Yankees are going to do anything crazy they get X. stick with the strategy they used all year which is being smart conservative keeping guys fresh and if it happens that they have the best record the American League great and if they don't have the best record the American League okay and is it really matter who's played for the Yankees this year because the matter who's been hurt everybody's got the job done so he could sit guys any other guy just over to get the job done hi this is the way it's been they still have a chance to win a Ford does this look at who.

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"three d. program" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"three d. program" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Registration for that to have to go back to school and do anything like a three year program and they can say that the holistic right so there's it's still very unregulated which is good and bad I guess but back then there was nothing and so I wanted to open on strictly license silicic that hospital they didn't do anything conventional and it's like three years of a major political battle but I did it in two thousand I opened the the very first one and it's just been it was a black thing though because because they force men didn't want to be a vet hospital I think no I don't want to be the soft lights on the referral clinic you know no no no yeah and it was amazing though because of that credibility I worked with some of the biggest that universities in the world on with oncology because homeopathy was the only thing they felt comfortable doing because it has no country indication with any kind of drug so the experience that I got through going through that the trauma was a godsend like it really was you know and your life around it did and I always say that all my all my animals that have been in my life and in my little my little guardian angel because I honestly don't know how I've been able to do what I've done because it's been it's been amazing and when I told my clinic to do this it was because I was I actually treated thirty five thousand animals in my I did a lot of rescue work a lot of rescue work so now it's like I have the school to she helped thirty.

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"three d. program" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"three d. program" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"The Congressional Budget Office that's the non partisan group that supposedly scores legislation estimates that a fifteen dollar minimum wage would kill between one point three million and three point seven million jobs the CBO has often been referred to as the gold standard when the CBO scored obamacare into a bombing here than say they say that in the other the Democrats over joy instead but the CBO is the gold standard well the gold standard just told you that a fifteen dollar minimum wage gonna kill between one point three and three point seven million jobs do you care billionaire activist Tom's dire hit enter the twenty twenty presidential contest after passing on a bit earlier this year you know why he jumped in he saw the same the basic you when I saw you think anybody could do this the Texas ice cream liquor you're about this video went viral I think over ten or eleven million views a young lady went into a Walmart pulled the top off of a bucket of ice cream lifted put the top back on put it back in the freezer and apparently her boyfriend was filming it and they were laughing she's now been identified and it appears that the boyfriend has been arrested Hey binds both person is ducked the question on whether Biden is asked Obama to speak on his behalf a gold star mom has laced into Colin Kaepernick these are some of the things will be touching on between now and the close of our three hour program but first Megan Rapinoe the soccer star after their World Cup win is demanding equal pay and also her chance of equal pay it certainly.

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"three d. program" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"three d. program" Discussed on Ideas

"Go this is jimmy it speaking a captain of a canadian airlines flights that they're seven from bangkok into a funk hong in less than five years time the british crown colony of hong kong the the the chinese control is one of the most spectacular unique approaches to and therefore there in the world and this is a very beautiful approach over hong kong harbor this is the first of three ideas program just look at what's happening in hong kong the countdown to the communist chinese takeover are approach a day a week become visual you'll notice what they refer to us territories on her left hand.

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"three d. program" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"three d. program" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

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"three d. program" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"three d. program" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Like sanity for windows, or I explore which will copy it over. So worst case you might wanna get one of these third party programs. Reason, apple is funny about this music industry was so paranoid about the ipod. In the earliest days. They thought, oh this'll be the ultimate piracy device that they made it so that you couldn't just copy stuff off of an ipod. They were where you'd go over your friends. Bring your ipod, and he just take all your music, and it'd be the ideal piracy device, and that heritage lives on with the iphone. However, however, there are many apps, including I explore the I mazing app sununu d which is I tunes backwards, which will move music off. You. A program to do that. Because file names do not contain the names of the songs their, their random heck's IDEX will numbers are not random, but they look like random Hex decimal, numbers, you have to match them up to the index of file name and then the name of the song and all that stuff. And so these programs will do that, all for you, and they're really good. You're you're on a MAC. You said you're on a MAC. Sonetti is a MAC program, so that they have windows and MAC so that will do it. There are other programs as well. That will do it. It's not an uncommon problem. I guess I tunes doesn't I thought I tunes, it would do I I've seen this. You have program music you don't like me to transfer it, but, I guess, if it's not doing that, well, and you have to go to a third party and this all his anti-piracy junk, not good for anybody. Thanks to Kim Scheffer far phone angel for answering the calls. Thanks to big peewee, our musical director. Thanks, especially you for joining me. I'm Leo LaPorte. The tech guy that's it for today. Have a great deal. Well it for the tech show for today. Thank you so much for being here. And don't forget, twit TWIT it stands for this week at tech and you find it twit dot TV including the podcast for the show. We talk about windows and windows weekly MacIntosh. Amac weekly ipads, iphones. Apple watches. I o s today security as secure now I can go on and on and on. And of course, the big show every Sunday afternoon this week in tech. You'll find it all at twit dot TV and I'll be back next week with another great tech guy show. Thanks for joining. We'll see.

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"three d. program" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:29 min | 3 years ago

"three d. program" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And now more wealth without risk with Matthew Owen on talkradio. Six eighty WCBS already. Welcome back. Baltimore Matthew, all one here. And before we went to break. Talked about three different programs. Okay. One. We have the predictable personal pension plans and two we have the unpredictable personal pension plans. Let's touch on the predictable ones for just a moment. And there are two of them. And there are actually many. I'm just talking about two of them on the show. These are two of the better ones. Seven point two percent compounded for ten years. Guaranteed to grow at seven point two for ten years, and it will pay you. Well, it's a good program. Very good. The other one fifteen percent bonus ten percents simple interest. Also, guaranteed for ten years will also pay very, well, they work well together, the one with the bonus pays better in the early years, pardon me and the seven point two we'll pay better in the later years. So so that's two of them. The third one is the unpredictable one that's the one where whatever you earn in your account. You know, you're linked to the market, and if your account earns five percent than your personal pension plan will double that and earn ten so we have predictable. We have not so predictable. They all work. Well, it just depends on what's right for you. How old are you? How long can you let the money sit there and grow when? Do you think you might need it? How much do you need? Do you need this to be predictable? Can you roll the dice a little bit? Do you have some flexibility mean, everybody's different? So give us a call. The toll free number is eight eight eight nine seven nine five nine nine five. That's eight eight eight nine seven nine five nine nine five. You will hear recording just press number two. Leaving your name and number call you back ASAP Monday. Of course, that's ASAP. Call you back and get you the information eight eight eight nine seven nine five nine nine five already. Now. I asked a question earlier I want to ask it again. This is a really good question. Because it encompasses a lot of things. Now, we know how the government spends wildly. We know that we have an outrageous amount of debt. We know that household debt is outrageous. That's like thirteen trillion student debts one and a half trillion. I mean, there are some crazy numbers out their car loan debt is starting to default at a higher rate is actually not pretty it doesn't make the news very much a pretty. So let me ask you a question is it possible to escape a recession? The stock market just keeps going up the government continues to spend wildly in all of this with no consequences is that possible. What do you think? I think the answer is. No, I think it somehow at some point in time, those chickens are gonna come home to roost, and that's all there is to it. It's just a question of when. And when it does are you protected now, this is not doom and gloom. Because guess what? When times like that hit the people who protected themselves for them. This is the opportunity of a lifetime is critical. This is a different kind of thinking, you gotta look at it in terms of when the tech bubble burst. What if I didn't lose any money when the financial crisis hit what if I didn't lose any money if the stock market dropped twenty five percent tomorrow and didn't come back for say two or three years, and I didn't lose any money. What kind of a difference? Would that be? I'll give you one example. Who was it? Joe Kennedy got everything this is this is Ted and Jack and Bobby Kennedy's dad. Joe Kennedy got everything he had out of the stock market in nineteen twenty nine before the crash and before the great depression. He was sitting on a big giant pile of cash. And when everything came crashing down prices were in the toilet, everything was worth less, and he had a big pile of cash. That's how they got. So that's well that and other things that's one of the ways they got so rich as sitting on a big giant pile of cash when the price of everything came crashing down. So folks, let me tell you something you gotta look at this the right way. It is the opportunity of a lifetime. Make sure you position yourself. So that when something goes south, you're okay, make sure that you position yourself. So for the bad times if the bad times, never come you're fine. And if they do you're fine. That's what we do. We set ourselves up for success. So that our clients don't lose any money, and they have enough income to be comfortable. We have the personal pension plans seven point two and the fifteen ten ten. It's nice bonus ten percent simple interest. And so on. We also have the unpredictable won the benefit of these programs. Are you won't lose any money in the bad times? You'll always have some money in the good times, and the income that comes off of them will be better than what you would normally get a whole lot better. If you're sitting then if you're sitting on CDs. All right..

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"three d. program" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

05:18 min | 3 years ago

"three d. program" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Commence with the third hour program. Oh, we're going to debrief general tomorrow, don't worry about that. Because that was fantastic. Ninety eight. I like how he says it to ninety eight years old, very your what are you got three times? Before starting. I want to give a special shout out to one of our listeners. Now, I don't like to highlight one over was going to say, I mean, what is what's the deal with this any other? It's not sure they're all amazing. We're all equal to socialist utopia here on the mice later. We're all great handsome, beautiful fantastic. But some Eric are maybe more beautiful and fantastic than the others. Okay. But they're exactly the same. But this one equal on a little more equally. Yeah. Yeah. Sure. Particular far exceeds the rest. Wow. Well, remaining the same. This one listener deserves a special acknowledgment that it's not just because it's her birthday. That's not. And it's not just because. She happens to be listening in Virginia, which is which is an extra special bonus. Because we have lots of Virginia listeners. So that's special yesterday. We talked about most number one professions in every state. The biggest states were Louisiana in Virginia. People is actually number three. That's true. Not virginia. We've been a little careful with lately politics. There has been a little. Failure. Listeners listeners calling them big fish in the biggest ponds, that's all we're doing here. But I just think it's important that that crystal finally get the acknowledgement that sheet is yes, we've been long overdue. That's right. Received this Email years ago. I got this Email years. Years ago. Got it yesterday. Just call it years ago. Got this time we finally bring awareness to this really. Demonstra slater. I write this is a friend of crystals demonstra Slater. I write to you under the most dire circumstances. Wow. Urgent. Wow. National -mergency type. My best friend crystal is afflicted with a severe case of SDS. This is serious stuff. I don't know the where we are on the research with us. Yes. Sure. But I don't think it gets the attention. It deserves the problem not far enough along. But I've heard some people talking about it know, I hope it's getting you know, we need like a challenge. Yes. Or walk or something? Yeah. It is bucket. Kind of thing. No can do that the ice bucket. But something like that. We'd do the boiling water. The. Burn unit association say about that I suppose you're right now. But yeah, we'll work at the workshop the only thing that might resolve some relief with provide some relief would be a small acknowledgement on the air because it's her birthday. You see my friend crystal starting exhibiting symptoms of SDS as soon as she started listening to your show. She can't seem to stop let alone stop talking to me about you every time we're on the phone together. And I want my friend back, and I'm worried I may contract SDS if this goes on too much longer. So please embarrassed my friend on the air for her birthday tomorrow. It's our only hope it's our last hope SDS, or as it's referred to on the streets, Slater derangement syndrome causes even the most otherwise normal married. Mothers afford to fixate on the perfection believed to be Mike Slater. What seems it seems like? Let's just go all the way the taboo syndrome attracts the most vulnerable among us. Her husband is in the military as you can imagine even the most resilient patriots could call victims. Fall victim this terrible disease. So please honor and embarrass my friend. Crystal in Virginia. We'll be listening faithfully faithfully every word on her birthday tomorrow. Thank you concerned. Best friend of crystal won, crystal. You know, it is. Classic Heather years ago had their seminars never got around to sheriff. I thought that there would be a good day to bring it up. So the first of many. Yes. Yeah. This is it's kind of like automation. We're gonna be talking about it for years to come. We had a great point. I set up a go fund me again. The money goes right to me. Okay. What are you gonna find a cure? All right. All right. Okay. Because if you if you give me give me enough money, I'll stop the radio show. The way it's a great point. The very valid point. You wanna go ahead? You can just you know, what I think this is actually illegal fund me Mogae, just what string by the studio drop off some cash that's briefcase whatever payments site tat, Mike my word..

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McClymonds is a state football champion for 3rd year in a row

San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition

03:14 min | 3 years ago

McClymonds is a state football champion for 3rd year in a row

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Mcclements estate football champion for three years in a row Oakland. Michael peters. Didn't waste words. A three peat is hard. The McClements football coach said after accepting the CIF for a division state bowl championship trophy Saturday at Laney college, the journey may have been hard. But the warriors made things look relatively easy on the field after the Clemens defense held Garfield Los Angeles to twenty two yards in the first half the offense took over in the second half. Jomar Julian rushed for one hundred seventy seven yards on twenty carries and freshman quarterback Dray in Paul through for a pair of touchdowns as the warriors rolled to thirty to six triumph. Mcclements twelve to becomes the third program to win three consecutive CIF bowls. The warriors are the first public school to do it and the first to win each bowl in a different division. The warriors claimed a five eight title in two thousand sixteen and a five AA title last season. Daily Al concord, which won four straight open division, crowns from two thousand nine to two thousand twelve and central Catholic Modesto division for two thousand twelve to fourteen are the other programs in the club for Peter's and the program the third title was possibly the toughest in addition to graduation taking a major toll on the roster. The warriors also had to deal with the loss of longtime assistant and equipment manager dean Hodges who passed away before the season. We said we were going to set out and do it for him said Peters who claimed Hodges as one of his closest friends. This isn't my best team, but they sold out and dug deep in their hearts and pulled out a win for him while the warriors defense was dominant from the get go the offense manage to six points in the first half. Garfield thirteen to tied the game six six midway through the third quarter on a seventy six yard drive that was aided by a pair of fifteen yard penalties. Mclennan's answered on the next possession driving forty two yards in seven plays and scoring on Addy Anderson's one. Yard dive for a twelve six lead. After forcing a punt the warriors tacked on another quick score. When Julian broke free for a seventy five yard run. I ran through the whole I saw the two defenders over pursuing. So I cut back. The senior running back said it was an instinct of move Peters wasn't surprised by the Ron or Julian's night as a whole he's just a grown, man. That's all I can tell you the coach said he runs hard. I'm still shocked that a lot of schools haven't come in offered him a scholarship, but they will Julian tacked on two point run for a six lead after three quarters. The warriors got a twenty six yard touchdown pass from Paul today. The Sanders and a second touchdown run. Twenty yards from Anderson to close out the scoring Paul finished with just one hundred forty two yards on ten of seventeen passing. Montreal Smith had an interception and fumble recovery for the warriors defense all of us wanted this Julian said all of us wanted that three Pete. We all had the drive to win this game all of that heart together, and we came out as a strong. Team chase. Bryson is a freelance writer.

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Changes to Medicare, Social Security Less Likely Without Paul Ryan

WSJ Minute Briefing

01:51 min | 4 years ago

Changes to Medicare, Social Security Less Likely Without Paul Ryan

"This is minute briefing from the Wall Street Journal. Syrian, government gains more control. The Syrian government is closer taking full control of a rebel enclave near the capital just days after an alleged chemical weapons attack. There sparked international outrage and calls for a retaliatory strike against the Assad regime. Thousands of residents and rebels are leaving Duma following the suspected attack which killed dozens of people. Many of them women and children in sick and hundreds more. The Wall Street Journal's political team says, when house speaker, Paul, Ryan leaves Congress, Republican party will lose its most influential advocate for changes to social security, Medicare and Medicaid as budget committee, chairman of vice presidential running mate to Mitt Romney in two thousand twelve ways and means chairman and finally house speaker, Ryan had pressed for curbs and federal spending on the three programs. These retirement and health care programs are popular with voters, but their costs are rising faster and the funds to pay for them. And the number of Americans claiming new unemployment benefits has never been so low for so long and. Bischel jobless claims, which is a signal for layoffs across the US decreased by nine thousand to a seasonally adjusted two hundred and thirty three thousand and the week ended April seventh. This means that claims have now held below three hundred thousand from one hundred and sixty two consecutive weeks cemented the longest streak for weekly records dating back to nineteen sixty seven for more on these and other stories checkout wsj.com I'm Jay are Whalen reporting from the newsroom at the Wall Street Journal. The Wall Street Journal invites you to attend our first ever future. Everything festival taking place may eighth through the tenth in New York City to learn more and buy tickets. Visit us at F E festival dot WSJ dot com. Get a special offer of one hundred dollars off on tickets. Using promo code F O E F one hundred.

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