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The Digital Story
"three different routes" Discussed on The Digital Story
"Three different routes that I take here from the studio. All of them are about the same length, but they provide different things to look at. And it kind of keeps it interesting. Each route runs between 20 and 30 minutes. Now I go for a minimum of 20 minutes when I'm exercising outdoors. I like 30 if I can. But 20 is a minimum 30 for sure. And then some days, if I have the time, I'll go a little bit longer. Normally, I don't have the time. You know, I've got to get back to work. So I'll go out on the nice days and definitely rack up that 20 to 30 minute cycle right. Now, I try to do some other physical things in between and you know, one of the things when you're working at a computer a lot, as I am, then every hour I get up and I do something physical, not so much work out, but do something where I'm stretching the legs, I'm moving around, maybe, you know, like the trash bins are a couple hundred yards from where my front door is here at studio, maybe take the trash out, maybe go check the mail down to mailboxes, which are in the middle of the complex. Just something like that every hour or so to shake it up in addition to the actual exercise where I get my heart rate and all of that, you know, going a little bit higher. Now in the days in the spring, when it does rain and I've got two of those coming up, well, as you're listening to this podcast, it's probably raining here. We've got another one of those little atmospheric jobs coming in. Then I have an indoor workout routine that I do. Again, it can go anywhere from 20 to 30 minutes. Now it's very interesting how this indoor workout routine evolved because it's a combination of stretching. There's a little bit of weight training. There's some tension training. And for my tension training, I actually use surgical hose. Now, how did I learn all this? Well, through a variety of rehabs over the years, from different injuries I've had, you know, there's always physical therapy after, you know, as you're recovering from the injury so that you can get back to 100%. Well, I've hung on to all those exercises from all those physical therapies over the year, and I incorporate them into my workout. And then I have other things that I bring into the workout too. I'll see a cool move in a magazine article about fitness, friends will tell me about things. And I just kind of put together this routine that has all the different things going on. So I work upper body. I work legs, definitely a lot of stretching, stretching has become more important in recent years for me. Just to keep everything limber, I don't wake up with a stiff neck or a stiff back in the morning, you know, all those kinds of things. So I do that on days when I can't go outside. Now, the really wonderful days are, where I do get to go outside and exercise, and then still have a little bit of time to maybe do ten or 15 minutes of the stretches in the tension work inside and I get to do both. Of course, my Apple watch loves those days. Just think, oh boy, you're a rockstar today because you've gone way over. Not only did you close your ring, you've lapped your ring. That's such a good feeling. And it was crazy how those things become important to us in the sense that this was a good day. I went way beyond my exercise, goal, I got an extra half hour of sleep, all those things. I mean, they're funny in the sense, but then they're also good for us in the sense because we are measuring our activity and sometimes you know you go, oh wow, I slept really well last night and maybe you thought you did, but you didn't sleep as much or as deeply as you thought you did. The Apple watch is an interesting device. I use it for all of this stuff. I mean, this is how I keep track of my exercise, my fitness, my sleeping, my heart rate, all that good stuff. But I have to laugh sometimes because I don't want to take it too seriously. I just use it as a data point, a data point. How does that sound? So all this physical stuff really does add up. I've noticed already after two weeks of being in spring training, that the cycle rides are already easier. When you know the routes, you know, the uphill parts, you know, the downhill parts, you know what gear you're in, typically speaking for the uphill parts, and if you don't have to be in that same gear, you know, if you can go with a higher gear up that hill, then suddenly you're going well, this is good. I know. I know I'm doing better. So already after two weeks, I'm feeling stronger. So springtime is my time to get back in shape. Now, what does this all have to do with photography? Like I said earlier, I'm going to enjoy my photo adventures a lot more if I'm in good shape. I'm going to be more creative. I'm going to take better shots. I'm going to enjoy being out in the field more. I'm going to be able to enjoy the whole day. And not run out of gas at one or two in the afternoon, all that kind of stuff. So I really consider that part of getting ready for the spring photography season, the fitness part of it. Now I'll never going to be a triathlete. Those days are over for me. The competitive sports and all that, but I just want to have enough energy and fitness to be able to enjoy the activities that I love so much the way that I want to enjoy them. And that's what my goal is. All right, so that is one lens. Now let's talk about the other lens, which is our photography gear. I know we're always looking for excuses to buy something new. And that's not necessarily what I'm talking about. However, if there is a gap in your gear, I mean, if you're going to Africa and you don't have a telephoto lens, well you need a telephoto lens. I mean, there's like the stuff that's obvious. However, a lot of times we have either the gear, we haven't used for a while, and we just need to get it out and retest it, or we can do combinations of things. For instance, maybe we got a new teleconverter, but we haven't tested it yet with the lands to know exactly how it's going to perform. You know, so there's a lot of kind of gray area stuff. And I think that this is a great time of year to start figuring out, okay, I'm going to do this in March and probably going to do this in April, probably going to do this in May. And then just start building some lists. Well, these are the tools that I'm going to need to do those well is my tripod in good working order, for example, if you know you're going to need that. If you're going to do nighttime photography, if that's on the agenda, do you have your set up for that? Do you have a red flashlight? So you don't lose your night vision. Do you have a remote release or are you thinking that you're going to use the remote release on your phone, have you tested that? Do you remember how to set up? Because you don't want to be figuring all that stuff out in the middle of the night, standing out there. And then having a giant shooting star go across the sky and you're still trying to figure out how to trip the shutter remotely with your phone.
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Young, No. 2 Alabama top Vanderbilt 55-3 in SEC opener
"Bryce young shredded Vanderbilt's defense before sitting at the fourth quarter of second ranked Alabama's 55 three route of the commodores The reigning Heisman Trophy winner cracked 300 yards passing for the first time this season completing 25 of 36 for 385 yards and four touchdowns Jacori Brooks had a career night with 6 catches for 117 yards and two touchdowns all before halftime Georgia transferred Jermaine Burton had his biggest game for the tide 94 yards on four catches including a 48 yarder Alabama out gained Vanderbilt 623 yards to one 35 I'm Dave ferry
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Mancini hits 2 HRs, Astros roll past Guardians 9-3
"ASTRO's newcomer Trey Mancini was the hitting star in their 9 three route of the guardians Mancini drove in 5 with a pair of homers including his first career Grand Slam He's homered three times in four games since being acquired from the Orioles on Monday The Astros played without manager dusty baker who learned before game time that he had tested positive for COVID-19 Farmer Valdez's ten and four after yielding three runs and 7 hits over 6 and a third innings Hunter gaddis lost his major league debut yielding 8 runs over three and a third I'm Dave ferry
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Tellez hits 2 HRs against former team, Brewers top Jays 10-3
"Rowdy teles victimized his former team by banging out a pair of two run homers in the brewers ten three route of the Blue Jays The first Homer came in the opening inning After Alejandro Kirk ripped a three run shot in the top half teles added a second inning blast that made it 8 to three Both homers came off losing pitcher Jose barrios Milwaukee took two of three in its first series with the Blue Jays since 2017 The victory coupled with the Cardinals lost to the cubs puts the brewers that top the NL central by one game over St. Louis I'm Dave
"three different routes" Discussed on Patriots Beat
"That being said, can you contribute in year one? I am a little hesitant on that. I am a little hesitant, I think he really does need to put some muscle on, put some strength on for him to get there. I think he can have a role. I don't know that he's, you know, I think you're looking at probably 30, 35% usage rate. Ideally for him, scheme touches, and he would go down the scheme toucher out again. I know that's terrifying with patriots, but scheme touches packages, things like that or, you know, you haven't been a third and long package where you just put them out there on the boundary and see if you can just run by somebody, you know, as simple as that. I don't think that's his role forever. I think once he gets a full off season the weight program, I think there's a good chance we'll sit here this time next year, leading off the show by, yeah, well, they didn't do much football today, but taekwon Thornton looks swollen as hell, right? Yeah. I think there's a good chance we get to that point. But he needs a year to get in the lab and get in the gym and get all that going. So I do think he could be more situational this year, but I don't think that's a knock on him long term. Yeah, I think that's a good way of putting it. I don't have any real concerns yet because we haven't really seen any football yet to have real concern about his long-term outlook, but in terms of the short term and his rookie season between the fact that he definitely needs to fill out his frame and figure out how to be a little bit bigger and a little bit more muscular as he put it. And secondly, he needs to definitely develop his rout tree some more. You know, they were they were asking him to do a Baylor was relatively simple and really, he was a guy that won on two or three different routes consistently, but wasn't exactly a full route tree kind of dude. So if they're going to get him into a significant contributor down the line like in a thousand yard receiver type guy down the line, then he's still got a ways to go in those two departments, but before I think that they can put him out there and give him the volume to be a real productive guy in the NFL. Well, that was one of the things I liked about his tape coming out was I thought he was less limited last year, right? I thought they started to expand his route tree last year. So he's somebody who's who comes in kind of already in that process. And there's a big difference between doing it in college and doing it in the NFL, but when he was at Baylor the first couple of years there it was either go or go stop go or out. That was pretty much his whole route tree. He didn't operate between the numbers at all. And I thought they started doing that a little more last year. It wasn't anything complicated. It was mostly just slants and in cuts, but he started to operate between the numbers a little more. So that is part of his game too that needs to grow, but I'm a lot more confident in that part of his game coming forwards because again, he did it last year at Baylor. They gave him more to do. They put more on his plate. They expanded his rout tree, not significantly, but they did, and he handled it..
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Polanco HR, 4 RBIs; Twins beat Red Sox 8-3 on Patriots' Day
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Update on the latest sports
"AP AP sports sports I'm I'm Geffen Geffen cooled cooled off off a a trio trio of of new new faces faces highlight highlight the the candidates candidates for for the the pro pro football football hall hall of of fame's fame's class class of of two two thousand thousand twenty twenty two two AP AP correspondent correspondent Ben Ben Thomas Thomas reports reports the the markets markets where where Andre Andre Johnson Johnson and and Devin Devin Hester Hester all all make make the the list list in in their their first first year year of of eligibility eligibility Hester Hester is is a a rare rare finalists finalists who who made made his his mark mark mostly mostly on on special special teams teams perhaps perhaps remembered remembered best best for for opening opening the the two two thousand thousand seven seven Super Super Bowl Bowl with with a a ninety ninety two two yard yard kickoff kickoff return return for for Chicago Chicago touchdown touchdown in in other other NFL NFL news news Steelers Steelers quarterback quarterback Ben Ben Roethlisberger Roethlisberger hinted hinted that that Monday Monday night's night's matchup matchup with with Cleveland Cleveland could could be be his his last last home home game game with with Pittsburgh Pittsburgh looking looking at at the the bigger bigger picture picture I I would would say say that that all all signs signs are are pointing pointing this this this this could could be be it it in in the the NBA NBA the the seventy seventy Sixers Sixers spoiled spoiled Kevin Kevin Durant's Durant's return return by by beating beating them them that's that's one one ten ten to to one one oh oh two two in in Brooklyn Brooklyn here's here's correspondent correspondent Bruce Bruce Morton Morton but but we we took took the the lead lead for for good good with with three three fourteen fourteen to to go go on on an an and and one one from from Joel Joel Embiid Embiid who who finished finished with with a a game game high high thirty thirty four four that that was was good good enough enough to to overcome overcome thirty thirty three three from from Kevin Kevin Durant Durant and and James James harden harden Yanis Yanis identical identical poll poll led led Milwaukee Milwaukee with with thirty thirty three three points points in in the the box box fifth fifth straight straight win win one one thirty thirty six six to to one one eighteen eighteen over over the the magic magic Bradley Bradley Beal Beal had had twenty twenty nine nine points points and and ten ten assists assists in in his his return return from from covert covert protocols protocols in in the the wizard wizard one one ten ten ninety ninety three three win win over over Cleveland Cleveland in in the the NHL NHL Anthony Anthony Duclair Duclair had had two two goals goals and and an an assist assist in in eight eight different different Panthers Panthers scored scored in in Florida's Florida's ninety ninety three three route route of of the the NHL NHL leading leading lightning lightning other other winners winners included included the the blue blue jackets jackets hurricanes hurricanes flames flames islanders islanders sharks sharks and and conducts conducts college college football football bowl bowl action action in in the the peach peach bowl bowl number number ten ten Michigan Michigan state state triumphed triumphed over over number number twelve twelve Pittsburgh Pittsburgh thirty thirty one one to to twenty twenty one one behind behind Payton Payton Thorne's Thorne's three three hundred hundred fifty fifty four four passing passing yards yards and and three three touchdowns touchdowns we we were were able able to to string string some some stuff stuff together together and and you you know know take take advantage advantage of of the the there there is is a a we we thought thought we we were were gonna gonna be be able able to to in in the the music music city city bowl bowl Mitchell Mitchell Finneran Finneran thirty thirty nine nine yard yard field field goal goal lifted lifted Purdue Purdue over over Tennessee Tennessee in in a a forty forty eight eight forty forty five five overtime overtime thriller thriller South South Carolina Carolina defeated defeated North North Carolina Carolina thirty thirty eight eight to to twenty twenty one one in in the the mail mail bowl bowl in in Wisconsin Wisconsin beat beat Arizona Arizona state state twenty twenty to to thirteen thirteen in in the the Las Las Vegas Vegas bowl bowl given given Coolbaugh Coolbaugh AP AP sports sports
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Schwarber, Red Sox slam Astros 12-3, lead ALCS 2-1
"Kyle Schwarber kept the grand old times going for the red Sox with another grand slam in the team's twelve three route of the Astros in game three of their American League Championship Series Schwarber second inning slam off Astros starter Jose or kiedy was the red Sox third in the last two games making Boston the only team with three grand slams in a single postseason series Christian Arroyo and JD Martinez added two run homers to help Boston take a two to one series lead Kyle Tucker's three run Homer provided all the offense for the Astros guessing
Behind the Steel Curtain
"three different routes" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"The defense oleg. What didn't they already do like opportunity. I i'll i'll say i wanna see a what they continue to do with me. It's patrick because last year it was thrill edmund who was moving in and moving into difficult situations. They solve problems like when they had a match. Up mismatch rene problem. It was terrell edmund solvent latte that game when they were having trouble with cold beasley when they were having trouble with steph on digs. They were moving fitzpatrick to that spot. And they were keeping troll edmonds deep. So i'm very interested to see if they continue that with minka or make it becomes kind of that problem-solver position. Or if they you know kind of divert back and that was a one week thing where they really saw. Hey this is this is something. We can attack facing the bills that i'm looking forward to going forward from what i saw with what i think. He was a missile. He was a missile over the that bowl a few plays where he ran raw down into the the running back was a covet him. I believe he almost got to pick way was really close around the area. Mikhail was free rhyming and you look back on some of the film too and he can almost predict with that bulls go where the pie going before. It's even started so it gives me start troy vase but it gives me a little bit troy insight and how like for me like the decisive musician is my favorite position. I just love the idea that you can scan the whole failed. And if you've got ten blogs and other guys and you have one or wherever you wanna be matched up with if you can figure that quarterback where he's going to throw it. There's not a better feeling than picking off a quarterback that quarterback thinks. I have a touchdown. Run ritz you go all the way to the enzyme So make really sure it out for us. I recommend it's gonna be fun to see where they try them around if it's like slow cornerback safety. And he's speed to way. He's five ten yards away but he can be. He's going to use that veteran guys really growing into excellent. Pyeho tight the same question but you can choose anyone on the team on on the on the officer side of the ball. I mean i think if if teams are going gonna keep playing eight nine in the box. I think i think whether whether in remiss we gotta take shots we have. We have to be there to let them know. Okay you know we been kane and we will throw the ball down the field. So i think think more more shots more more to twenty yard air passes at least in office. I like to see like jeffrey said najah. Coming up the backfield maybe also wheel route it. Md you know. i. I'd like to see that As far as the defense what. I think i liked it. I'm looking forward to seeing whether it's this week. Or next week. I'm looking forward to seeing the insertion of karl joseph witherspoon or to the defense. I like my trade norwood has been able to do but that i think if you add some more experienced veterans today defense we can do even more you know i mean maybe maybe have joe also back in and make bring maker down in you know in into the into the slot position and just just witherspoon. Athleticism is lincoln high out there on the field. Also i think it's just gonna make us a better defense so when those guys come back into gives back we're going to be loaded. I love i love to hear that. Now the last question in this little segment jeff. What's the what's the big threat that you think that can blake that teams can exploit the steelers and something that we really need to work on. Otherwise we all losing thirty two nil. We always in these guys. What's something that we need to fix. Well we're still seeing in my thing. We're still seeing job. Acclimate to this defense. It took devon bush. Awhile to get used to vince williams. It took them a while to get used to mar when he first came in a last season. He only played with vince williams and they they were on the same page and they were credible together. So far early this season they're not standing out the linebackers like you said Devin bush looks fast. He looks healthy. That's the good news but they were really. They didn't seem on the same page. There seemed to be a lot of late communication between them and there seemed to be even some hesitancy especially from dose over It it doesn't seem like joe chauffeur's entirely comfortable in this defense yet which is a good thing for the future right. That's a good thing for when these guys get together this is going to be better But right now heading for the next couple of weeks. I would look for teams to go after. Joe devon bush and really test inside linebackers especially with emotions in some difficult coverage assignments. Try when you when you catch them in zone. Throwing three different routes coming through their zone and let them sort it out. Make sure that they know you know they they. They're both on the same page. That's i think you're gonna see teams. Think they can attack. Steelers is gonna be entrances resting to see how those guys respond. And i think we could see this week. When you've gotta darren waller and you've got Kenya gonna play. You know you you can. You can really attack the linebackers those guys. Yeah darah bowlers He's an amazing. Human is amazing supply'll while these look these really fun to watch the andros sweeter shutting down but tight anything that we can anything. That's a threat to the steelers. That can be exploited I think i don't disagree with jeffrey. I think schober. Bush still still have a lot to show us. But i think i think their lack of production less call in last week's game was more because again play. I mean buffalo stretches you out for four or five. Why so the the whole bunch of runs we only blitz time. So you know like they just weren't always in the action. They were kinda just playing their zone whether we heard their name on lamer not i think they i think they were a huge help in minimizing stefan digs in passing game just by playing their zones. In being where. There's supposed to be. I i did see some of the miscommunication and stuff like that. I think something. i think. Just cohesion with the offensive line. Is something that we could be exploited on still just because the because you know we. We have a young long inexperienced relatively going against a veteran. Along with the with the raiders with cries being nasa. And those guys. So you know those guys. Run some stunts and things like that. I think we. Maybe that's the place we can be exploited at. But you know i. I still kind of like the way they played in. We're only gonna get we're gonna take our love only going to get better with reps in in game you know in game experience so it's just it's just part of the journey the For me the only thing..
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Rojas 2 Hits in 7-Run Burst, Miami Ends Phils' 6-Game Streak
"This silly six game winning streak is over after Miguel row Haas had two hits and three RBIs during a seven run sixth that highlighted the Marlins ten three route of Philadelphia actually you can we got our momentum from from that evening and are they gonna say is that we can do it all and get scored the strongest cases Sanchez smacked a three run Homer in the first inning for the Marlins losing pitcher Kyle Gibson was tagged for eight runs and eight hits in five one third innings Steven ochre got the final out in the sixth for his first win since twenty seventeen Matt Verlaine hit an RBI double and a run scoring triple for the Phils Freddy Galvis led off the game with a home run I'm the ferry
The Ken Coleman Show
"three different routes" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show
"Discover what you were created to do develop plan to be able to make that dream job reality eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven is the number. Let's go to devender. Who now joins us in british columbia canada. Devender you're on the ken coleman show. How's it going. I'm living the dream avenue. What's up So the issue. I'm having right now. Is i'm having trouble with the corruption. The my my career Right now i. I'm working as an accountant. And for some reason i i'm doing my High level of schooling that the company's paying for as well to to the cpa program. But then i'm just not sure if that's why do for the rest of my my career and i just don't know the directions i can get in And that's kind of where i'm stuck at and then so i'm just aren't sure sure where i want to. Yeah i think. I think you the way you worded that. I'm a little a little confused because knowing the specifics of the industry that you're in and kind of where you think you want to go when someone says well. I don't know which way i wanna go. I think you actually know the direction either gets direction is one thing which lane to take which route to take right. If i pull up an address on my phone and i say okay i punch us in. I'm going here. Usually gives me two or three. Different routes correct. Feels like. it's more that my right or my wrong. I don't mind be wrong. But i'm trying to really narrow down where you're feeling Like a like you're lost or stuck helped me understand that a little bit more. So i so i do think you're right in the sense that It is it is elaine Because in my mukasey last year. I've been out of school for university for a little while. Do this program trump and trying to do different things Does been those for about a few years. And then last year i got laid off during coleville And this came through my network. And so i applied for the position and up getting this job and some little. I needed that direction. So that's why i'm doing. It started that it's been a bit for eight months now right but so let me so. Let me let me. So i'm cutting you off because we have limited time so so i'm right. I thought it was so why. Don't you take a stab at what you think could be an amazing potential dream job in the direction you want to go the industry you think you wanna go and give me an answer not holding you to to say it I i see. That's kinda the thing. I'm not sure. I i've looked certain things that one thing i would say corporate development of something. I was interested by. Doesn't seem like it's something that's fine. Let's go abc so corporate developments one. What's another one that you're thinking about the other. One i thought about isn't even relate to and in real estate something to do with in real estate Especially in the area. That i live in real. It's always doing so something everyone's interested in. Okay what what else is there. Another one real quick. Hit me with it Another one something in finance. I don't wanna be in accounting for the rest of my life. So that's something i want..
The Minimalists Podcast
"three different routes" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast
"Point. And i noticed that in all of the sort of the casting call you did nick. There was this. You even had the scene wherever. I'm a model and an actor. An actor just kept popping model right and so what is it because to me i think too many people. We're simultaneously attracted to that but we're also like turned off by the vat. Pity of the whole thing. I think fame itself has has has been destroyed by famous a construct of the of media. It's it is a result of screens and squares. That are everywhere. And i think back in in the in the twenties it served a purpose. There were people who were truly talented for being behind a camera and And for singing or whatever it was that they did and there was only you know back if you if you go back to the nineteen twenty s. there was a couple of hundred faint like alias. Famous people you know And and i think that and and even if you fast board today there's only a few thousand people who are legitimately famous because of some sort of television talent or or basketball or whatever it is and i think what happened as a result of social media as well versed reality. Tv became along where you could be famous for. No reason. and and it's the fakest of all fakeness And then along comes social media where you could be famous for that number which was what we were trying to kind of point out in the film and and i think that the the problem is is that you know there are millions of people with hundreds of thousands of followers that no one knows who they are. They're not famous. They just people you know. It was really interesting as as one of the people in the film. Dominique who we got to. We ended up getting her to run three hundred and fifty thousand dollars. People would look at her social media and they'd be like a you famous ran the fact that you have to ask. That question is so ridiculous. You should know if the person if you know the person. If you don't and and i think that you know what's what was really interesting was we had these three different people who took three different routes don was like i. I'm going to ride this to the to the moon and wiley who i'll save that story. You can watch it on the film. But then chris was like i want this and you're a little frustrated by that i at first i was because i because we wanted to do some of the shoots and things like that but then i like i got to a point where i was like i actually respect it like it's like you know i think i do. I think it's a harder journey. Absolutely but i think it's the more noble one done you know I think like it's And i think you know this. There's no right or wrong version of it. I think what what was frustrating to me was realizing the impact that That social media has had on kids today. You know the studies that show eighty seven percent. Kids wanna be famous more than anything else on the planet. More than anything. In the longitudinal study that was done at ucla where they looked at kids who were in there You know back in the nineteen sixties and they said what he you to be when you grow up and the kids were. i want to be an astronaut. I wanna be a lawyer doctor or whatever bus driver you know and then by the eighties it was. I wanna be a basketball player. I wanna be a musician now. It's i just wanna be famous insta- famous and that's it. What is it about that attention. That is so enticing. The the the attention of other people that. We don't even know what chris said. It's like it's like this bullshit. Belief that of fame equals happiness and money and so on. And it's just not true. I mean every look like look at the billionaires that that just in the past you know. John mcafee this week committed suicide in jail Because he was worth hundreds of millions of dollars because he was about to be extradited. Jeff bezos has gone through such a midlife crisis that he divorced his wife and five leftist. You know his five kids is now going to risk his life to go on a rocket ship so we can be elon. Musk space elon. Musk has been divorced three times. And it's look at his twitter feed. You can see how completely fucked up. He is bill gates. got divorced. like there's this bullshit ideal that you think. Oh i have money and fame. I'm going to be happy. These people are fucking miserable miserable And i think it you know it's the it starts there and it goes all the way down to these people on social media. Yeah for sure no. I think it's interesting because when i like. I don't crave to be famous. I mean we have some kind of you. Know some type of notoriety notoriety. Because we have documentaries on netflix and every once in a blue moon someone will stop me in all here. That guy from the minimalism documentary. But for me. It's like if you're doing good work if you are an actually talented person like that's what comes first. And then the fame is kind of a result. It's a byproduct of of hard work and of talent. Where yet having that goal of being famous. Well what rogan say said rich and famous people. What are the most miserable people on the planet and everyone's trying to be one of them. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. So it's an. And i think that you know when you when you look at the film and everyone all the people that wanted to be in it and so on It just showed how many people are trying. They think that that's there to to to happiness. I think what's interesting about chris. Was i mean there was one thing that was so we were doing. These fake photo shoots christmas. Come and fill me silk screening and and it was like i was like that's not the point but at the same time like for him. That was the point right now. And i think it's like you're like you didn't you sell ever. Did everything sell out when the film came out or something like that. All the one off stuff whole well. Great that's awesome. That's the you know that must have been a more fun experience than getting thousand fake fault. They need the followers. They don't have any. I don't fake followers. They.
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"three different routes" Discussed on Play Your Way
"I mean for anybody who hasn't played it. you know. i used to say that before. I played echoes. I would recommend like three houses and echoes. I don't recommend that goes anymore as your first one. But i still strongly recommend three houses the first game. If you're trying to get into the franchise. I'll say this though. So having known that we had that discussion prior You definitely said you know. This is a good one to start out with you. Know i even. I think i saw like through twitter. Timeline maybe in youtube videos. That people even agreed was like. Yeah you know this is a good one to start out with high will admit the first five hours was kind of overwhelming. It was a little complex learning everything taking everything and trying to remember everything and what to do in any kind of get in a rhythm. I for the first five hours. Every time i went to go play. I was like i really. Don't wanna go back to this and and kinda have to learn and remember what to do it once. I got over that hump and kind of figured it out of you know the gates you know went wide open and it was fine when i got to that point but during the reason why i bring it up during that entire process it had me wondering is a really A fire emblem game. That really showcases game play really showcase a story and dial back a bit for a newcomer in regards to kind of not having to remember all this stuff and even take away the you know the prior knowledge of three different routes in kind of understanding that but even like monastery and just have just all this stuff. That is extra in. That is good and fun when you understand it but it's just stuff for a newcomer to kind of be overwhelmed with. I'm wondering if there's a better one to start out with what i mean like this. One pat the radiance and blazing sword fire seven. Those are the ones that people point to traditionally. As like. if you're wanting to get into the franchise you can start with the swans..
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Teague 35 points as No. 3 Baylor beats No. 18 Texas Tech
"Third ranked Baylor finishes unbeaten at home for the first time in seventy three years following an eighty eight seventy three route of number eighteen Texas tech makes your teeth matched the school record with ten three pointers while scoring thirty five points the big twelve champs never trailed but they didn't take over until Teague scored twelve points during a sixteen three run in the second half he finished ten of twelve from beyond the arc your brother scored eighteen points and Debbie and Mitchell had seventeen the bears finished fifteen of twenty four from long range and shot fifty two point seven percent overall Kyler Edwards had eighteen points for the red raiders I'm Dave Ferrie
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Mavs destroy Clippers 124-73 to earn 1st win of season
"Look at Dutch each scored twenty four points and the Mavericks led by an NBA record fifty points at halftime in a one twenty four seventy three route of the clippers we show who we are all people judge Sauls right first two games of the season and also last season but we gotta keep going like that you know we had a great distance and that's our strategy Josh Richardson added twenty one points and Tim Hardaway junior had eighteen for the mavs who were coming off a blowout loss to the Lakers on Christmas day the clippers trailed seventy seven twenty seven at halftime with their fifty point deficit being the largest that the brake system shot clock era began in nineteen fifty four fifty five I'm Dave very
Let's Encrypt's Cross-Signed Root Expires Next Year
"Something interesting has happened with. Let's encrypt on friday. They blog d- standing on our own two feet and the issue. That's come up is so interesting on fundamental that i decided to share what they've said With some inline editorializing of course About that you know the situation. They find themselves in so so they wrote what a new certificate authority comes on. the scene. Which i'll note does not happen very often. They said it faces a conundrum. In order to be useful to people it needs its roots certificate to be trusted by a wide variety of operating systems and browsers however it can take years for the oh s.'s and browsers to accept the new root certificate and even longer for people to upgrade their devices to the newer versions that include that change the common solution. A new ca will often ask an existing trusted certificate authority for a cross signature to quickly get it into being trusted by lots of devices. You know we talked about this in the beginning of of let's encrypt And we looked at their the certificate that they were producing was cross. Signed by ident- trust. I think it was anyway. So they said five years ago when let's encrypt launched. That's exactly what we did. We got a cross saito. Yeah the across signature from identity. Just their dst route x three have been around for long time and all the major software platforms trusted. It already windows. Fire fox mac. Os android irs and a variety of distributions. That cross signature allowed us. They wrote to start issuing certificates away and have them be used by a lot of people. Without ident- trust let's encrypt may have never happened. And we are grateful to them for their partnership. Meanwhile we issued our own root certificate. I s r g route x one and applied for it to be trusted by the major software platforms now. Those software platforms have trusted our root certificate. Meaning the let's encrypt root certificate for years and the s. t. route x three routes or ticket that we relied on to get us off. The ground is going to expire on september. First twenty twenty one. they said. Fortunately we're ready to stand on our own and rely solely on our own root certificate. However they wrote this does introduce some compatibility woes some software that has not been updated since two thousand and sixteen. They said approximately when our route was accepted to many root programs still doesn't trust our root certificate. Is rg route. X one most notably this includes versions of android prior to seven point. One point one that means those older versions of android will no longer trusts. Certificates issued by. Let's encrypt
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George, Leonard lead LA Clippers' 132-103 rout of Nuggets
"The clippers handed the nuggets their most lopsided loss of the season LA going wire to wire in a one thirty two to one oh three route the clip scored thirty seven first quarter points and never looked back Paul George had six three pointers in the game while scoring twenty four points Kawhi Leonard added nineteen vehicle your cage led the visitors with twenty one points and Jeremy grant had twenty the teams are now tied for second place in the Western Conference mark Myers Los Angeles
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Is America's debt unsustainable?
"Yes there. Is that big speech tonight. Up on Capitol Hill. President trump gives his state of the Union address. Democrats on one side of the Aisle Republicans of course on the other. I am town though not for that but for conversation I had this morning at the bipartisan policy. Center with Janet Yellen late of the Federal Reserve. Also David Malpass the president of the World Bank to people who keep close eye and have some thoughts on the global economy. And I started off with when I grant she was a softball question. Describe for me this this macroeconomic moment where are we thank softball slow growth but that leads to all sorts of conversation conversation we recently did our global economic prospects when moored so the bank does twice a year a thick report. I'm growth and it. It's looking looking at twenty two point. Five percent real growth some of the developing countries especially chime in a little bit India running above that average but but then the US in our forecast was consensus at one point eight percent. Europe is down at one percent only in Japan at point. Seven seven percent so they dragged down the average. So that gives you a sense of what's going on in the world that you've got to get some of the big countries going in order to get people toward prosperity Janet. Let me ask you this question. Then where are the drivers of growth. I mean if as the World Bank says the United States is going to grow at one point eight percent this year. Are we helping so growth. In the United States this year is likely to be slower earth in it was last year and the year before but likely the US economy is still going to grow at its potential or maybe even a little bit higher which in the senses all the expected especially given how tight the Labor for market is with the lowest on employment rate in fifty years so it shouldn't be surprising to see growth in the United States around two percent cent. We've had globally. We global growth is a drag on the US and the US growing slower of course is a a drag on the global economy but the driver of growth for the US and in many many more developed countries. This is true that the main driver is the consumer the US consumer is strong enough to think propel in the United States State's growth at a trend like pace which is not inappropriate given it means will continue to have a very tight labor market. Maybe it'll even tightened further but don't sorry wait. Let me just follow up really quickly. Don't you worry about consumers getting tired because it's been years now that everybody from you on down amount has been saying consumers there the thing. How much longer can that happen well? Consumer spending is in line with income growth. If if you can trust the current situation with what we saw before the crisis in the run-up to the crisis consumer spending was also the driver but it was debt-fuelled we had a lot of people using their homes like piggy banks. The saving rate had been declining to exceptionally very low levels. We've been through a very tough period in the United States in which consumers who've worked off debt and the labor market's market's been performing exceptionally well. We still have about one hundred eighty thousand jobs a month and wage gains are moderate but have picked picked up some and so don't see the consumer spending that's carrying this economy is based on very weak foundations. It's it's based on solid growth of income. I see it as sustainable dividend. I Apologize Weaving said. That's fine. Just picking up on some of those points. The misery index is way down and so that gives if you look at what drives people going forward and businesses to create a new businesses. As is people have confidence in the economy. So remember the old misery index the some of the unemployment rate and the inflation rate as the as the unemployment appointment rate has gone down the participation rate has gone up so I get all that and that's all good and I appreciate the indicators but but let me pick up on on something you said Janet which was that the US economy is growing about its potential one point eight. Maybe two percent. Is it troubling to know on that. The potential of the American economy is present It is troubling to percent I. It's something his been long anticipated so it's not an enormous surprise. Part of it reflects a slowdown in labor force growth. We have an aging population list immigration. The the second piece of it is productivity growth and it is depressing or of concern that not only in the United States but in most most developed countries were simply seeing slower productivity growth than his been the average partly I think it reflects sluggish investment spending part of it reflects slowdown in the pace of educational attainment in the United States. But most important just the pace of technological change seems like it's declined and there really is no agreement mint on the reasoning. But of course it's tremendous. It's a tremendous concern. I say this mostly just A. I guess there's probably thought bubbles out out there but it's not at all encouraging a former Fischer says I dunno truth God and we'll get back to that in a very quick topic since you both have brought it up the recession and the response the crisis next time because of course there's another recession coming. This expansion is long in the tooth although it does not As we all know died of old age corona virus I does that distress you at all in terms of global economic shock. I mean you were just in Hong Kong. You're you're feeling fine. We should say so far. You know so it's been three routes all it's quite a. Are you worried about that. I mean honestly well of course it is a potential attention influence on the global economy. It seems certain to have a significant effect at least for quarter to one Chinese growth and China's such a significant piece of the global economy. That's bound to have spillovers. Economists of look did what's happened with past episodes like the SARS virus or the mayor's virus but we don't know where this is going and I mean to. My mind is clearly a source of uncertainty and risk to the global outlook of the World Bank's position. So they'll be lowering of forecasts for at least the first as part of twenty twenty in part due to China in part due to the supply chains to give you an example. A lot of Chinese goods come out to the rest of the world in the belly of aircraft that are carrying passengers so as you cut down on passenger flights you need to adjust the supply chains in in order to get the goods out to make the products that the whole world economy is operating on a positive side that I bring out is the different science science. That's available this time then. The SARS SARS was two thousand to two thousand and three China released the virus this time and quickly released the virus so we have some hope that science response will shorten the full life cycle of this crisis. It's also true though that China's more integrated into the global economy. So that's you know. The transmission vector completely different correct. Devin malpass there. The president of the World Bank. Also Janet Yellen Ellen at mead past chair of the Federal
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Bruins score 4 in 1st to chase Holtby, beat Capitals 7-3
"The Bruins had had enough of their losing ways and took it out on the league leading capitals in a seven three route Boston had lost eight of nine but scored four goals on eleven shots in the first period to chase Washington's Braden Holtby Patrice Bergeron had two goals and take the brusque Brad Marchand underscore David crazy and Charlie Coyle also scored coils tally in the second was his one hundredth NHL goal from the squirts wonders when when games like that against good teams when you're home building and Christmas time you know and it's it's it feels good Alex Ovechkin scored his team leading twenty third for the capitals who had won ten of twelve Washington at one sixteen of seventeen against the Bruins and eight street in Boston given Coolbaugh Boston
College Football: Alabama defeats Texas A&M, 45-23
"Rockstar. Top ranked Alabama stays unbeaten with a forty five. Twenty three route of number. Twenty two Texas ain't broke the game. Open late in the first half up. Just fourteen ten with under seven minutes remaining in the second quarter to three two. Touchdown passes to hell hunches sandwich surrounding aggies field goal the tie. Then ended the half. With Joseph is forty seven yard field goal to go up. Thirty one thirteen at the intermission threw for three hundred eighty seven yards and four touchdowns while the Bama defense picked off two