9 Burst results for "Three Eighty Percent"

"three eighty percent" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"three eighty percent" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Could see a million plus jobs being created just from this one loop to allow all these new arms solar arms to get built and of course they have to be maintain operate too. So here's a question. Here's question the follow up on that. How do we take the people in the rust belt. The ones that jones see williams talks about as the white working class. Yes how do we move. I don't know that we can move them physically. But how do we get them involved in this so that they can move beyond the anger the frustration despair than occurred when one of my friends said when major industries broke the the employment contract. Not taking care of workers not thinking about the effects that moving jobs off you. Know outsourcing jobs or closing down factories not thinking about what was going to do in terms of impact. How do we get them. Involved in this absolutely levin questions so in our past that i alluded to earlier where we're gonna take our loop sidney nebraska intake all the way to the east coast. We intentionally chose rust rust belt. So we're gonna go from nebraska through iowa into illinois indiana ohio pennsylvania in new york and In austin so going through those regions is gonna do a few things number one. We're going to need higher Tunnel and incidentally every thirty or forty miles. At least maybe even every five or ten miles out pop. Outbound grounded put up assault. How're new five g. Right and probably electric vehicle charging stations and other infrastructure. Around that as we're following these highways and be racing in rural rural areas as well as urban areas. Not gonna great a tremendous amount of jobs. There are already wonderful organizations out. There not rob another organizations ngos that train people who have been older industries and help them transition into wind and solar. You know the fastest growing job in america has been for the last four years ago. Wind turbine technician. The second bask- growing job is a solar installer or solar technician. So there is a tremendous need has wind solar are early valley's imbalanced mean the most capacity that's been added written of new power plants the last year's l. wind and solar have been more than happened back in some years. It's two thirds eighty percent of the new power plants that are added our energy. And that's why it's creating so many new jobs we're talking tens of billions of dollars every year already in our technology simply going to accelerate that even more and so there's a huge opportunity for a transition people have skills in whether it's coal mining oil and gas or manufacturing that are going to need to make more solar panels more converters more all the electrical components Wind turbine blades. You name it Manufacturing in the us of wind and solar improvements is large. But it's gonna get a lot larger and we need those people with those skills to make that transition troy That i did a book years ago called one world at quote that i- unearth. That did not make it into the book comes from the arabic which is to keep your eye on the stars but tire camel to a tree allows out certainly one of the more entrenched political forces that kind of goes unnoticed. I think in the united states are all of these utility boards utility commissions state by state or even even regionally is. They're going to be a resistance to those folks that the established order and establish a political donations and all that complexity goes with it. It's a pretty. Caesar made a pretty entrenched barrier. How do you. How does the new guy deal with that as an executive as as promoter of this incredible idea. Yeah look. I've been dealing with that in my whole career. When i started the lynn company in chances of very conservative berry Relied on still realized. Howling on on also people's although last year exceeded thirty percent of besides electric demand was met by wind power that was a big milestone for kansas. But that's just one state winning sample. I got death threats multiple times in two thousand two thousand one ninety nine. I'm myself in. Jim and matt's Online team because we were developing new wind farms and it was viewed as threats. You know some of the The people in companies that Made a lot of money for many many decades. Is you just described in that whole political system. I actually started a second book whole caveman country in our how our truncheons controlled by caveman tally of digging things up earning The attitude is a lot different now. I mean there's so many billions of dollars tens of billions as mentioned blowing into to clean energy every year. There's more out there from wall street and other pension funds infrastructure Name it will insurance companies. They now use solar and win as safe predictable. Asset classes in fact safer than fossil fuels insurance companies. Use the same way because with live fossil us still always have the exploration risk You know is going to go dry Transportation risks you know raising natural gas in texas coal on trains. You name it. There's a lot of moving parts in a lotta complication. Whereas wind and solar their capital intensive to build them and that causes now about the same cost is building new uncle or gas Far less than a nuclear plant But you have very low. Almost no operating costs assam. But you have. No fuel costs somehow. Somebody starts to put a on sunshine win. There's no fuel costs so anyway to answer the question. Sure that's going to be transition. Same thing happened when switched from wale oil to kerosene. Same thing happened when we switched around. Horses at horsing buggy to automobiles anytime at industry goes through a massive transformation. Like this there is going to be a lot of people that are gonna be upset and biting the change finding the kirby inertia But.

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"three eighty percent" Discussed on RJ Bell's Dream Preview

RJ Bell's Dream Preview

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"three eighty percent" Discussed on RJ Bell's Dream Preview

"I get your point you could say well what we've learned about the jags is. It's not that you know they were supposed to win. But also we made a big bet on the jags under six and a half. We knew that that was wrong because we thought it was like we what we didn't know we thought of half. Yeah i mean. I think that's the thing directionally we can disagree with stuff and that's what people don't get. How often does it team have three straight easy games and win them all i mean. Let's do the math. If it's point eight times point eight is sixty four percent at a time. You're gonna win. Times point eight gear the dog yes point four six or whatever. Yes so like literally. Winning three eighty percents in a row is unlikely. It's less than fifty. So that's why the books offer ten point. Nfl teasers and people lose to me when you win in a way that you can't lose. The denver had the highest wind cher and john. We don't know how the giants are yet because washington's either bad or the giants are better than we think. I don't know i think denver's impressive i teddy bridgewater. He's number three right now. Epa during competitive times still have that trend for first home game for denver. That's our historically that's been nc we wanted to we won into so mackenzie comes in eighty times. Eighty times eight fifty one percent bar bat. A has the advocates. I did it twice because off the coast. So i did it twice. Twelve straight hours. Well listen is the point stays. I think we agree with that right. Abacus is date back thousands of years into at least the greek culture. All right so you grew with fifty. One i do. It reminds me of my son sniper. Probably get three snipers shooting each other. This is what they do in school. I thought they'd somehow again my so. You're ninety percent sniper. I'm an eighty percent sniper and aj's only seventy percent. He's the nine go ahead. Well the seventy percent is an enormous advantage here if if everyone shoot simultaneously because we have to shoot at each other. But i'm shooting at. Aj shoot that ball. Doma his john wilkes booth style right so to me. Denver is a team similar to arizona. It's a team that's been waiting to win. And now they got momentum. And i feel like they're never gonna let this go lacks they're not going to be lax at all on the other hand jets. I think the jets are demoralized. There was a set l- lot of sharps. Like the jets over the win. Total wilson is the worst. And you know what's funny about that stat. You get that paper. So i gave you with the stat of wilson. The to seventy nine you got that is is the distance between him and number two. So let's look at. Epa here with wilson. Now this is amazing. His epa per play competitive times wilson as we said last two seventy nine to seventy nine is mine. His point eight one. Eight point eight to john star wars number point eight two. Okay if you go one. Two three four five six seven seven players from last thomas sumo or something's his name to we also sopo exactly he. He is negative point. Four one so almost in fact exactly four tenths of a point. Worse izzak wilson. Think about that. A second with epa means is every time you stop. The ball would happens. What do you do to your teams expected point. He is four tenths of a point. Worse so every five snaps he loses two points over what the two hundred seventy second guy did while. We're taking a knee of done i. It's going to be negative right. You're supposed to score. But i mean just looking at it. It's almost incomprehensible. That he's like double into the negative as the guy. Who's i two seven to seventy two and i can tell you. These are self inflicted wounds. When i'm watching the game against new england. I have never seen such horrendous quarterbacking. Were guys on my. What's he's got one year. Under no ca he was going against whack. Oj used cars in the off season. He's under no duress he's staring down into coverage and guys are just like peeling off. And he's thrown it to no one except for you know new england defenders. I didn't upgrade new england. New england will crush the jets. Didn't give him an upgrade. How wise that kisa stats. Were like equal on the game. It was just wilson just throwing away the game. Every i should point. You think maybe the stats don't matter very much. It's like this game didn't matter throw these game in the garbage upgrade the patriots after they lost to the dolphins know why they dominated the stats. And that's what i think about what you're saying. They lost the dolphins. They dominated the stat. No it didn't go at that point. I exactly exactly so they lose. You said so if you break even against the dolphins and you dominate another team. Maybe you shouldn't not be upgraded maybe decimal wise. But it didn't it. Didn't it didn't hit that half point ajao. It's you get the one percent aj on something. And you're so enamored with you like a guy that learns a car trick and it's really good trig but you're forgetting like the basics of the game is a you really think the pats of not you know stronger about the past today than you did entering the season correct wa the fact that mack jones is the most accurate. That's a really good point. Because if i was a huge question mark about john and mack jones is up to them easily top rookie of the rookie. So that the you're right you're right. The mere fact amac jones is upgrade. Appoint means the patriots needs to go. You thought he was worse than cam. Newton yes yes. There's no way you had ago. Everyone thought cam. Newton was gonna be the starter. Everyone agreed with me until they caught him. Why downgraded him then. So can we agree with that. Yes all right so my point. Is this the. I think the jet. I don't like betting against bad teams. I mean it sounds funny. But i don't but i think the judge might be demoralized and people don't want to say it because so law seems to be amongst the annoyed annoyed anointed and knowing -ted anointed minimum okay. It's a situation where i feel like i lombardi go. You know i gotta say it..

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"three eighty percent" Discussed on Gun & Gear Review Podcast

Gun & Gear Review Podcast

08:24 min | 1 year ago

"three eighty percent" Discussed on Gun & Gear Review Podcast

"It's running at pre k. Captured guide rod. It does run a tango down. Vickers tactical kerry trigger. It has mounting plates compatible with pretty much armar delta point pro bursts fast fire. Vortex venom viper bla-bla-bla. You know basically all the all the normal stuff so so. That's that's nice. It doesn't look like it has suppressor height sites or they might be slightly taller than normal. I can't quite tell but my opinion on this is if you look at it. It's essentially a adam arms. Marked polymer eighty frame serialized of course and buy them and different texture and stuff like that but that's pretty much what it is So i think in my opinion. Their price is out of the ballpark. For what you get. that's my opinion and i'm great. There's another option out there. But for what what i'm getting. I just don't think it's worth the price. Sorry adams arms. Sorry cat any zone next donnie. So but let's just get that out of the way it looks like if you gave someone a extra sketch instead. Make a gun They did use. Cad joins us an extra stretch. I was checking it out. And i'm looking at what i can get for the same amount of money and i'm like i'm looking shadow systems and i'm like i got a better looking going with more options and it is what it is. Adams arms has made slides before That's what they did back in the day before they got so old and remember all those bills. Everybody was making with adams arm slides. Yeah me neither so and get them up to anyone. They didn't get this out to anyone. I mean when you talk about our next mex- product or the ceesay everybody in a mom ceesay. No-one gotten an arms. everybody is using the same Commercial print or whatever commercial copy that were sent out that accompany so no one actually got their hands on it We were at i saw. I forgot who wrote it up. They they said they handled it at range day in two thousand twenty. Well chad now. Were there cnn. How seeing it at all. So i don't know if they had it under the table. I don't know if you didn't show up until after we let but i don't remember anything but i do remember chad. Mass shooting a shadow systems We shot a shadow systems. glock look good. Great if you wanna buy it by. But i think it just like that is. It's a little bit more money than i'm willing to pay for something like this. If this is what. I'm looking for my thoughts. Exactly anybody else. Got anything on this for i. Just tell you that a real quick real quick option like if you wanted to build something similar to that on your own eighty right now. Has there Suppressor high threaded barrel compete sides with all the scholars and pets like three fifty right. Now and bill the whole gun hop the or i i went to palmer eighty site because they make complete firearms now Of course ms rpm. There's is five hundred sixty five bucks now. Of course that's without an optic that's not optics ready so you can send it off to somebody for one hundred and fifty bucks and we're still at what seven hundred bucks so you know i was just. I'm i'm just throwing that out there by vickers tactical trigger because you know all those bills to vickers tactical trigger. I'm i'm saying that if you're gonna throw names out there names out that like oh man i wanna get one of those. You know what i mean. Like eight acces apex trigger. Or yeah i get you to. I mean now. Granted my g forty three eighty percent build that i did has a vicar slide. Release on it and for the g. forty-three that thing's pretty awesome. Because it's just raised just enough to actually make it so you can catch it but you know. Hey that's just because it's one of the few companies that did it for the g. forty-three oh i think vickers make some really nice stuff but i mean i'm just saying when you're talking a thousand dollar glock right that's not the name. I usually associate with gucci glocks. And since we're talking about thousand pistols will move into the ep ten f competition model. That is actually ninety nine cents cheaper. And tony's doing something. I don't know what he's doing. My seize your seize. Hey i got my faxon. Had on to go with the facts and barrel. So you now. But yes so sees released their competition. Ready full-size ten It looks like it's running fiber optic front sight fixed serrated rear sight which you know hey but it is also optics ready. Nice nice plus here. It's run and one thousand nine plus one round nine millimeter. it is striker fired Of course it's got a five inch. Barrel of the width is one point two six inches. It weighs thirty. Ounces which seems pretty decent overall length is eight and a half insurers you know. Of course it's got the trigger safety. The you know normal stuff Got kind of a gold magazine based gold trigger Which is a flat trigger. I can't it's in here somewhere then. I read it. You know like ours isn't an apex trigger. Yes it isn't trigger. Look one of those names that we mentioned earlier. So it is an apex flat trigger on it. gold barrel. Hey it's if you like and you're looking for real full-size this thing actually looks pretty cool. It's it's a really nice looking firearm to me Like we said it is optics ready. uses mounting plates. Doesn't really say which ones. But i'm sure they make it for all the normal normal ones that you would want it to be made for I liked this way more than the last one. So that's that's what he did was They're doing the same thing while to with the pdp is you. Let them know what sh- plate you need and they'll send it to you forty bucks so of course. The people that got these they talked about the mini gushed over him. But what i did was go back and look at all the reviews on the seas ep. Ten efficacy ep. Ten f and and. I listened to the things that people said about them that they changed the want to change. And that's exactly what's easy. They listened for this guy. They listened for this particular fire on gave it a flat trigger because a lot of people were complaining about the shape of the p ten f trigger. They also Add another what half inches. A five inch barrel now. Five so they. They added to side radius. They fancied it up a little bit They gave it a magazine which the others really didn't have. They had like a glock and five which was like just shaped into the bottom of the plastic. You know what. I'm saying. So i look forward to this I dig it. I wanted one but we couldn't find it now. They said that this might be a limited run for right now until they get more into the country. So if you want one job on it. But i look at it this oh and by the way the barrel is also throat. It bigger the normal. See peter neff okay so that should help would feeding so. They did a lot of things i think. They listen to what their customer base had to say they listen to what the reviewers had to say and they make the changes in you got a really good gun can serve a lot of purposes except concealed..

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"three eighty percent" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"three eighty percent" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"New cases of kobe every day. That's the highest since february before the vaccines were widely available. This is nonsense. Roughly thirty percent of the new corona virus cases are coming from just two states. Florida and texas and republican governors are doing real harm by blocking mask mandates for kids and downplaying the virus but it's not just covert as david plus president obama's first campaign manager put it quote. A third of the country is holding the other. Two-thirds hostage preventing us from beating the pandemic from reaffirming that democracy. We need the two thirds to unite not forever but now joining us now. David platt former campaign manager and white house senior adviser to president obama and eddie glove chairman of african american studies at princeton. Both gentlemen are msnbc contributor. David you make an important point right. At the end you do not have to unite forever. You do not have to put aside all of your differences. We don't even want that. We're pluralism we don't need people to put aside their differences. You just have to be on the side of not dying from a deadly disease and not seeing your democracy disintegrate in front of you right. Allie threats to our democracy to the existence of this country. Hal through ability to this pandemic can get ready for the next one. He's our existential so yes i love it. Democrats got two thirds of the vote everywhere. That's not going to happen. We need to be realistic about this. No are structural reasons that the minority has too much power in this country. Gerrymandering the way. We like the united states senators electoral college right now. We have about two thirds of the country that entirely dry republican primary partners and the activists get all their information from you know sinclair and breitbart. Vox who are holding us back. On beating this pandemic on a dealing with climate change on dealing with The gun carnage in this country on immigration reform. Unsafe our democracy on all of these things. And i think there's a there's a lot of things spilled in this country understandably saying we're too divided to get anything done. I think politicians might be divided. The amazing thing is on most of the issues. Should people get vaccine. Should we one master. The pandemic joe buying win the election. Climate change real. And should we do something about it. Should we thousand assault weapons ban. Should we have a pathway to citizenship. For immigrants two-thirds eighty percent of the people agree on. And so yeah. I think the question will be for voters who don't agree with what the hard core the republican base is doing. The quarter forever trumpers. Are they gonna show twenty two and twenty four and say for these couple elections working inside with you. Then we can go back to fighting about healthcare coverage tax rates and all the things that team point right which which is fine. Yeah that'd be happy to have those conversations again eddie. You're the chair of the department of african american studies. We don't often have you necessarily to talk about that. But there's something about this one quarter or one third of deniers or whatever you wanna call them. There's a lost causing us about this. It's like the other side of the civil war. The anti masks stuff the big lie in the election now the politicization ation of vaccines. It's a sense that it's us and our lifestyle and our culture that you all are imposing something on absolutely alley in some ways they're the new redeemers and the new redeemers. Of course are those. The redeemers were those persons who were trying to roll back the victory of the civil war. Trying to in some ways Block the way to the us becoming a multiracial democracy and of course they were successful in that regard. The south may have lost but the loss. 'cause continues to in some ways animate our politics. But i wanted to add something to what david said because i think he's right that one third has had the country by the throat For generations but that one third is only powerful because among the two-thirds there are those who are willing to coddle them. There are those who are willing in some ways to stand by silently as the pro slavery folk define the politics of the nation and pass the fugitive slave law of eighteen eighteen fifty and force slavery as a national issue to say folks in boston and chicago must return those who have escaped slave. There are those who aren't the members of the kkk who weren't rabid segregationist. But who who were so. Were sit. Who were a with the way in which jackson mississippi was organized. And there. Those folks like joe manchin and kirsten cinema who are coddling in the name of a commitment to a procedural rule. so it's not only the one third. it's those portions the members of the two-thirds who are willing to stand silently by as the one third grabs the country by which gives them more power than you would think one third or one quarter of the population typically. Have i the nonsense. That's coming out of people who i didn't associate with nonsense in the past. I assumed associated them with ideological beliefs that we're not exactly the same as mine but we could always debate them David is fascinating to listen for a second. At what rand paul Posted a video to twitter today unless it on the other side. It's time for us to resist. They can't arrest all of us. They can't keep all of your kids home from school. We don't have to accept the mandates lockdowns and harmful policies of the petty tyrants bureaucrats. We can simply say no not again. We will make our own health choices. We will not show you a passport. We will not wear a mask. We're not forced into random screenings at testings. So you can continue your drunk with power rain over the capital. No-one should follow the cdc's anti-science mask mandates. I don't even know to say. David i mean he's talking about resisting and petty tyrants and all this other man educated in science by the way i wouldn't have guessed that but where does the energy for this come from where it's not just the right fringe to eddie gloves point. It's not just the right fringe. It's people who were otherwise mainstream conservatives. Libertarians who have gone over and crossed over some line into ridiculousness well. And that's the united states senator. We're talking about so. Of course there's a category of the quarter two third. That actually believe all this stuff. You know Then there's a bunch of people who are just following the ball like you're at a five year old soccer game like where's the ball going where the primary voters want whereas tucker carlson go whereas laura ingram going at. I think there's a lot of people cowardly who fall into that category. And i think that he makes a great point. Visit a crossroads for america. It's not hyperbole to say the democracies of duration of could be coming to a close it's not hyperbole to say we may not Survive this pandemic the way. We should have much less. Get rid of the double. It's not hyperbole to say we may not lead the world to save the planet so that will require the people in that other two-thirds who know better who believe that we are democracy. Who who don't believe the big lot who believed public health professionals who believe science to say you've not with the democrats than anything. These people make pair price rand. Paul's the woman what's happening here is they are speaking into this distorted perverse a world. That's created for them by fox a by sinclair by newsmax. That is their world. That's the mirror that they look into every day and they get applauded for these crazy infantile dishonest things they say In until they really pay a price at the ballot box. Let's not forget. Donald trump of all people almost won reelection. There has to be a real reckoning and twenty two election has to be the beginning of it because if you get people like rand paul out all the power you better turn out the.

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"three eighty percent" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"three eighty percent" Discussed on Front Burner

"Twenty thirty for for developed countries are twenty forty for china at twenty fifty for the rest of the world so these are kind of moonshot spider practical things we actually have to do. And so i look at. How could i make a difference Of course in canada but also pollution doesn't know any borders so we really need to be driving the ambition internationally to okay so so i think today then i'd like to spend some time talking about the legacy of your government when it comes to fighting climate considering where we are right now. And so. According to the most up-to-date data available between nine hundred ninety and two thousand nineteen under the conservatives and now under under your liberal government. We have seen canada's greenhouse gas emissions. Go up twenty one percent while they've gone down for other g seven countries like germany the uk. And so you know. I i understand your point that we need to get moving now but why hasn't canada been able to do the same up until now while so i mean we've taken a whole range of measures. So there was a decade of complete inaction where we're going in the absolute wrong direction and so we brought in price on pollution. We're phasing out. Coal by twenty thirty which is an advance of many other countries including germany including the us at were eighty three eighty percent. Clean electricity We are We have a clean fuel standard. We have a whole range of regulatory measures and then on top of that. We're making historic investments in infrastructure. But it takes time. You can look at our projections because what we do. We have to continuously put out our projections in a transparent way. And you will see that we are driving down it just when you're phasing out coal by twenty thirty. It's not happening tomorrow when you make an investment in a major public transit project doesn't happen tomorrow so if only these investments have been made or this action had been taken under the under a previous government and i'm not trying to point fingers because i would say You know different..

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"three eighty percent" Discussed on Speak For Yourself

Speak For Yourself

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"three eighty percent" Discussed on Speak For Yourself

"Love boat. I see you've got that money that's emmy in the building. Let's get it started with. My clippers took another l. last night. Yep i saw and now. They're down to to the jazz donovan. Mitchell stay at home with thirty seven. Points scored eighty two in the series with the hill. Paul jordan wireless combined for forty eight points but the clippers went ice cold in the fourth quarter missing. Nine straight shots gang tomorrow right here. La la and co why said quote. You've got a lot of fight left. We're up for the challenge. That's right so i'll show you put a challenge. How bad is this for my clippers. Bad dog is real bad. You talked about your fit. It's a combo you wouldn't have picked but it works when you're talking about the clips. It's a combo. I wouldn't pick picked like when you talk about hawaiian. Pg why is it so bad so we talked about this three days ago and finally a take i'm giving is coming to fruition three days ago. I said this whenever you play a game against an opponent and you have some flaws against one opponent your next opponent is going to look to expose the flaws you had against the previous opponent if you're show three days ago and the nfl play a game on sunday. Whatever you show to be vulnerable on sunday. If you don't correct it. Monday tuesday wednesday thursday friday saturday by the next sunday. That next opponent is coming after the exact thing a shark that smells blood in the water. Oh you can't stop the run. We're going to run it. Oh you can't stop the spread pass. We're gonna pass it. So what were the vulnerabilities that the clippers showed against our previous opponent. Dallas mavericks star player can go to work. Luca doesn't matter that they ask. Why doesn't that matter that the app. Pg you are star. Player can get buckets. Vulnerabilities the clippers show against the mavericks in pg can disappear for periods of time and even kawai can disappear for games. What are we seeing now against the jazz. Pg disappearing periods of time and kawhi disappearing for games. Twenty one points as bad cell because this is no longer an outlier for the clippers. Who the clippers are like. Oh we thought our lucas just of this world which is but spite. He's just out of this world which he is. But somebody gotta stop it because devon booker. Don't be out of this world to. The joker is going to be out of this world to somebody has to find a way on the clippers to neutralize superstars. You would think the clippers superstar could do it in kawhi. Leonard also superstar defender. You haven't been able to. Pg you would think he could do it. He hasn't been able to remind me spidey as much different player than luca. I get that superstars. So find a way to neutralize a superstar. The clippers cannot is real bad. Because oh come on reported on marcus saw so many other flavors out the come on mercy rules real bad because the jazz are better than the clippers right just just overall by the mavericks were not the mavericks. Were not better than the clippers. Picking up when the mavericks beat the clippers. The first two games a big do clippers. Y'all can win four out of five because you're better. Yeah when the jazz beat the clippers. The first two games now. Marcellus the clippers have to win four out of the next five games against a team. That in theory is better than them and for meat as bad you know what the iodine poison out his son. God down look out for feet. 'cause they're gonna kick you when you're down and that's my auto kicking. Be wild down and it hurts this time. Like it's weird. We've been here before. But this one's worse this one feels different impart part because you said it pentagon's better team like that mountain that we have to climb once again. It's not insurmountable but it's just a little higher than before dallas mavericks series. We're down in this. Oh to didn't matter. We knew that we were better than them. And that gave us. Some security gave us masala are we. Don't have that same security solace in this situation. Even though it seems like we're facing kind of the same animal would star driven team that also has the support of others. Especially in jordan. Clarkson jordan clarkson. Over and jordan clarkson went out there and have playoff highs in points. Field goal percentage and three point percentage jazz overachiever. Even though we know that's by mitchell's obese. They had the highest field. Goal percentage entry point percentage of the playoffs. We saw the best from them and we still almost wasn't that came omarosa so let me talk about when you been in despair when you've been in a desolate position before your securities you've come out of the four down to last year's we came out of it quiet leonard down. Oh two in his championship. Run with the toronto raptors wins that series four two goes out there and win a championship. You'll get us now. We here before so we have a little confidence that we karaj once again. You heard wise comments and quotes. Here's the problem though. While we keep coming right back to this place we are at one us in a bad relationship and always looking at somebody else. I all her. She liked to hang up. Oh he bad boy. Now you need a mirror and the clippers need to mirror right now. Ninety four about fifty. Big ass moore liked the court. Get it because right now. We have not figured out our winning formula. We're too inconsistent in our own ways. Look at the clippers in this series. Look at our matchups and look. What coach lou. Who's doing a great job. But what is going on with gimme the rhyme or reason. Why rondo plays twenty eight minutes a game one and game to tell me please Terrorist men only play one minute and then game to lucid. he's out. The rotation pat beverley plays six minutes game. One twenty one minutes a game to what is going on where artists shoes that match. We walk into shoot closet just grabbing anything walking out the mess we need to get our stuff straight off about the curse and the point is i don't know if we can get it straight because opponent. Is that much more difficult than we. We use this before. I'll use it again. It comes down to when you were facing the dallas mavericks. You know that you're better than them so just like an track race if you're running one lap and somebody takes a lead who you're better than you know you can go catch. They'll get them. The clippers are looking at the jazz. And it's like oh. I don't know if we let them get to four. I'm not convinced that we can catch them. So if reggie jackson your third player maybe if reggie jackson scores twenty nine points should be an automatic dub those. Let's just call the space account. Everything else whip count everything else with that. Reggie jackson the third best player on a team scores. Twenty nine point zero. It should be automatic clippers. Play back they had were turnovers than the jazz more boards than jazz shot. Better from the free. Throw line in the clippers. Didn't play a bad game. And i don't even know if the jazz played lights out like spidey. Mitchell played well but remember that devon booker game where he shot eighty percent from three eighty percent from the field ninety percent from three point line. Yes biting mitchell. Shot forty five percent from the field shot. I think roughly collectively but the jazz is a team that what are they known for. Three shoot the three. They played good defense. What they do this series three. Indy plan solid defensive. Shooting three ball. Well not as if the jazz can't get better. It's not as if the clippers can't get better but to your point of venture. Let's talk real up all these notes. He go the clippers. Those aren't that good. Wow paul george they prepare no to bears. I own a microcosm of the macro issue with the clippers. Paul george is overrated. The radio the clippers. Aren't that good. Pd not bad. Good simply.

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"three eighty percent" Discussed on Breakdown 2 Lowdown

Breakdown 2 Lowdown

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"three eighty percent" Discussed on Breakdown 2 Lowdown

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iRobot with Chris Svec

Software Engineering Daily

05:08 min | 2 years ago

iRobot with Chris Svec

"Chris spec welcome to the show. Thank you very much jeff. How you doing. I'm doing great. You work at i robot. Explain what i wrote makes. Sure i robot are if if you've heard of us or if you've heard of our product we make the roomba we we are the home robot back. Ours are the home robot company but our most famous product is the roomba which is a circular robot vacuum cleaner. It's certainly the one thing that people think about. When they think about our company we have a variety of other robots including mopping and over the years. We've done a but we've actually been around for thirty years. We've actually done a bunch of other robots in the security space in remote present space and toys. We've done a lot of stuff along the way but right now we are the home robot company and it's all about robots that help people at home order the canonical challenges of building software for robots. Is that know not even building software for robots but just getting a robot to work it seems like getting a robot to cleaner room. How hard is that. You spend a motor. You create a vacuum you suck up some dirt and it seems like something you could act together in a weekend and you know. How can we gotta something weekend or a week or semester or whatever kind of a project you have in mind you can certainly get something moving with wheels with motors and kind of bumping around your house and doing a good job or good enough job on a rumor to in your house. And that's you know that's the first eighty percent of that seems like that's what's the i eighty percent of the problem and then i like to say then the next eighty percent is getting that actually work reliably in your house. All the time and the third eighty percent is getting it to work in your house in your friend's house. Maybe your parents house and a few other house has than you know the fourth and fifth and six eighty percents end up scaling that up to be something that works reliably in every house. All around the world no matter what floor surface people have no matter what wall configuration people have no matter what chairs people have or what weird coffee table heights. People have Just to get working in the the tricky thing that is the real world is kind of the hard part. And that's that's any robot that's any system has to work in the real world around the the systems that we feel our homes with. Why don't we see more widespread use of robots in the in the everyday world robots are hard robots are hard robots expensive. We've been working. I robot versatile. I should say i don't speak for i robot i've i've worked there for seven years so i can. I can say a number of things that we've been working at a robot. I know they've roomba came out in two thousand three. I think and we've been working on it for a long time. And the robust goods very good robot but it imperfect and we're constantly making a better so it's it's not an easy problem and the economic such that. It's not an inexpensive problem either. It is not inexpensive to have a research team have a engineering team to make these things and it is not a inexpensive device to manufacturer and it is not therefore an inexpensive device to sell. I mean are robots have a variety of price points. I'm not going to comment on the economics of that. But you're not gonna find a five dollar robot that doesn't anything useful for you and you know. Depending on market penetration and how much disposable income people have their supply and demand. There's engineering difficulties. And that's one of the conversations all conversations around cogs which has cost of goods sold which is kind of drives a lot of the The economics the realities of the consumer electronics industry. Which is you're talking about robots in the home. then you're talking about consumer electronics. Which has a lot of similarities to your fitbit or your smart watchers smartphone. Or anything like that. Why was the vacuum such a good use case for modern robotics these stories. I've heard i robot is that we were doing of government contracts back in the early two thousands and few engineers decided to just try this thing and they. I think they actually did it without a without a vacuum at first. That's what i heard. They just use sweeper basically a brush kinda like the sweepers that they use to clean movie theaters if you remember what. Movie theaters are where there's no vacuum there's no suction there's no power but it's just like a little manual brush or maybe powered brush that spins and push dirt into the sweeper and the story that i heard is that They got to work and then they showed it to some different focus groups and i just wanna ask people like what. What do you think this. Would you buy this. How much would you pay for this. And then People said yeah. I pay more for it if i heard actually vacuuming if i heard you know sucking up dirt basically and so that i have no idea of stories true. I've ever heard that from a couple of old timers that i robot I saw some recollection somewhere online. I think but that is sort of the genesis of half accident. As as to how how the roomba was was invented and came to be then turns out. It actually worked well enough put vacuuming in there and it sucks up dirt and it was a small enough constrained problem that it worked and it was successful in actually cleaned people's floors and was that was good enough. That people have been spending money on it and you know frankly we. We kinda spawned an entire industry of vacuuming robots.

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iRobot spawned a whole industry

Software Engineering Daily

05:01 min | 2 years ago

iRobot spawned a whole industry

"Explain what i wrote makes. Sure i robot are if if you've heard of us or if you've heard of our product we make the roomba we we are the home robot back ours. We are the home. Robot company but our most famous product is the roomba which is a circular robot vacuum cleaner. It's certainly the one thing that people think about. When they think about our company we have a variety of other robots including mopping and over the years. We've done a but we've actually been around for thirty years. We've actually done a bunch of other robots in the security space in remote present space and toys. We've done a lot of stuff along the way but right now we are the home robot company and it's all about robots. Help people at home order the canonical challenges of building software for robots. Is that know not even building software for robots but just getting a robot to work it seems like getting a robot to cleaner room. How hard is that. You spend a motor. You create a vacuum you suck up some dirt and it seems like something you could act together in a weekend and you know. How can we gotta something weekend or a week or semester or whatever kind of a project you have in mind you can certainly get something moving with wheels with motors and kind of bumping around your house and doing a good job or good enough job on a rumor to in your house. And that's you know that's the first eighty percent of that seems like that's what's the i eighty percent of the problem and then i like to say then the next eighty percent is getting that actually work reliably in your house. All the time and the third eighty percent is getting it to work in your house in your friend's house. Maybe your parents house and a few other house has than you know the fourth and fifth and six eighty percents end up scaling that up to be something that works reliably in every house. All around the world no matter what floor surface people have no matter what wall configuration people have no matter what chairs people have or what weird coffee table heights. People have Just to get working in the the tricky thing that is the real world is kind of the hard part. And that's that's any robot that's any system has to work in the real world around the the systems that we feel our homes with. Why don't we see more widespread use of robots in the in the everyday world robots are heart robots are hard robots are expensive. We've been working. I robot versatile. I should say i don't speak for i robot i've i've worked there for seven years so i can. I can say a number of things that we've been working at a robot. I know they came out in two thousand three. I think and we've been working on it for a long time. And the robust goods very good robot but it imperfect and we're constantly making a better so it's it's not an easy problem and the economic such that. It's not an inexpensive problem either. It is not inexpensive to have a research team have a engineering team to make these things and it is not a inexpensive device to manufacturer and it is not therefore an inexpensive device to sell. I mean are robots have a variety of price points. I'm not going to comment on the economics of that. But you're not gonna find a five dollar robot that doesn't anything useful for you and you know. Depending on market penetration and how much disposable income people have their supply and demand. There's engineering difficulties. And that's one of the conversations all conversations around cogs which has cost of goods sold which is kind of drives a lot of the The economics the realities of the consumer electronics industry. Which is you're talking about robots in the home. then you're talking about consumer electronics. Which has a lot of similarities to your fitbit or your smart watchers smartphone. Or anything like that. Why was the vacuum such a good use case for modern robotics these stories. I've heard it at i. Robot is that we were doing of government contracts back in the early two thousands and few engineers decided to just try this thing. And they i think they actually did it without a without a vacuum. At first that's what i heard. They just used a sweeper. Basically a brush kinda like the sweepers that they use to clean movie theaters if you remember what. Movie theaters are where there's no vacuum. There's no suction there's no power but it's just like a little manual brush or maybe powered brush that spins and push dirt into the sweeper and the story that i heard is that They got to work and then they showed it to some different focus groups and i just wanna ask people like what. What do you think this. Would you buy this. How much would you pay for this. And then People said yeah. I pay more for it if i heard actually vacuuming if i heard you know sucking up dirt basically and so that i have no idea of stories true. I've ever heard that from a couple of old timers that i robot I saw some recollection somewhere online. I think but that is sort of the genesis of half accident. As as to how how the roomba was was invented and came to be and then turns out it actually worked well enough put vacuuming in there. And it sucks up dirt and it was a small enough constrained problem that it worked and it was successful in actually cleaned people's floors and was that was good enough. That people have been spending money on it. And you know frankly we. We kinda spawned an entire industry of vacuuming

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