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Trickbot is Down But Not Out
"So what are. What are the efforts. Been to take trick but down and how has how people running. That net responded one of the things that i sort of want to get ahead of two is. Our data suggests that This review campaign is not in re in response to trick takedown efforts. We saw domains Being registered in august for this campaign Certificates and servers being stood up a couple days prior to the first trick bought disruption Now i think it's a little silly to say that they're not related. You know if you're preparing to I guess engage with someone in a you know wreck your car or something like that. You're going to be more aggressive. I would imagine. But i don't think it's one to one trick Trick take downs led to this. The first of these A us government entity is alleged I don't know if anyone from that area or that entities confirmed but they pushed in a in a very clever way Pushed faked configuration updates to trick of victims effectively. Cutting them off from the botnets. Which was i think. I think it's been a little bit undersold. How cool that is. They were able. They knew enough about how this maller operated function. You know we're able to be their government entity They have the legal right to do this. Compromise at least some portion of their network and their infrastructure to then push these fake updates to effectively poison the their implants. It's fun it's funny calling it a takedown attempts because when it really did is severed ongoing intrusions to me is a little bit more effective If you have like a day to do something because we've seen over time is really really tricky cutting off current infections and buying those victims some time who knows how many more ransomware incidents we'd be looking at in late october early november had that not occurred And i think that that occurred on september. Twenty second in the next couple of weeks after that Microsoft put out legal proceedings that they basically went to a judge and got the rights to seize a trick dot command and control servers. Initially this was just in the us but microsoft's lawyers seem pretty good and they were able to sort of lead what what was an industry coalition Lumine and e set and symantec on. Fsi sack was also involved To push all that grab identified you know trick bots both tier one and plugging infrastructures. Which are sort of the initial communication and customer management infrastructure and then sort of The secondary infection management infrastructure to add plug ins move laterally etc. They were able to seize roughly ninety six percent of the botany of botnets command and control servers which turns out to be a pretty limited number. Compared say you know older or bigger botnets which again is they did this on a Pretty interesting Legal reasoning in that dietrich authors had abused microsoft trademarks in their code which is pretty unique and and it seems to be a clever legal way of being able to action against these actors and again i i know that some our industry have a sort of said that this effort hasn't been effective. I would argue that. It has taken down. I don't think that microsoft and e said these other companies have sat around and said you know try this. I think that it's a calculated move and so in in the wake of that you know. Obviously that probably meant a number of you know their control. command control. infrastructure is messed up for lack of a better term It probably meant a loss a number of infections and so from that. We've seen the botnets Battle back a microsoft themselves stated that odd they don't expect the botnets disappear they expect a fight and so we've seen trick Back to a command and control infrastructure. That wasn't taken down and some of their They've created more infrastructure but they're pushing it out at a much slower rate than they were before when they've been trying to spread and you know get new infections since this on predominantly through email spam they have at is another very very large. You know one. Of the most prolific spam senders in the world. They they sell access as a service and in a lot of instances. Since the trick takedown efforts began Email ted has been observed dropping trotz usually or historically there have been anywhere from thirty to forty servers embedded into trick bots configuration So it's an encrypted file that trick about reads once it executes on victim host and then tries to connect to one after another to see you know if any are online and then once they're online they sort of get instructions from there and then you go about their their evil business. What's changed is as a number of those servers have been taken off. Line the amount of services that we've seen included in every configuration has dropped significantly I think it dropped to a minimum of around twelve servers And then jump back up to around sixteen. The last time. I checked i was about two days ago. What's interesting about including all those servers is that it does tip to us. They at least that they have some amount of control left on the servers. They've they've played a little bit with the protocol that they use to communicate They've used Instead of traditional servers they've used a tour onion sites of the alleged dark web server not available Not accessible normal web browser but requires using a tour browser or a tour based connection to connect to it using that as a fallback command and control channel. And so it's been it's been pretty interesting watching them scramble. The sort of piecemeal their botnets back together.
"tier one" Discussed on WTOP
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The CEO of Team Secret on Dota 2 & Team League Models
"So can you talk about like the you know the foundation of take grit out is different to say traditionally sports organization you know how the how the play is kind of at the center of everything. Sure sure you know when I look out in the ecosystem and not everything is like this right but a lot of teams are It's a it's kind of split where a lot of teams are player own operated in lead right which which is really good for content creation engaging with the community that kind of thing but usually like on the business side economy falters. And then you know you have a lot of new entrance into east sportswear. It's a very traditional business executive-led right whether it's you know a private Equity Company that invests eastwards. Put say a leader in place or someone from traditional. Traditional. Media The comes in place and weeds on these sports team. Where connection to the fan base in the audience is not so great. And generalizing here, right there's all different kinds of other other models I'm for us. We kind of saw this happening and what we wanted to do was to say, okay, you know, I, come from a background of traditional business. I can come run the business, build the business, but we wanted to also have very authentic and have a huge amount of player lead influence into how we build the brand into how he engaged with the fan base and the community and so that's why you know working with the DOE team has kind of foundation we said, let's build out team secret originally adopted team, but we can expand the business. We can build it into an actual business rather than just a, you know a player T-. Even today you know we. on the business side, you know run the business but on the ownership front we have some players that have ownership in the business and are also involved in the day today activities. You know we've been lucky enough to have on the PODCAST and scraped content with a few kind of like OJ's is the industry especially you know you had. We've had God's. All the you know he's being paramount in in a lot of commentary and building the same globally and we had pay p day kind like the shining light out of trying to build anymore it's America We've had unloader from Sweden as well and I guess you guys have another one especially, which is in the interim with poppy. So I'd love to I'd love to talk from your perspective around a lot of my discussion with paper day especially was around the business structure of the way that daughter to works versus are other Games. So there's like an article that came out about a Singapore tame, which is just disbanded was like the the shining stuff out of that region and. One of the major reasons they said that it that it disbanded his Ju to just a lack of understanding or the lack of support from valve in the to infrastructure it's it's you know it's great presence and cradle content around how you know the DOJ to international is the largest single single price police boats tournament. You know thirty plus million dollars in the first place team will often walk away with ten million dollars in the pocket and it's fantastic. You Ajay and you win those inter but it's it's not great if you don't qualify for the international or you know if you want to rely on something other than simply pros money so be interested in talking about. How do you say that the dietary market obviously guys legal agents Tuesday say by Candidate that franchise very strict model of detaining applying onset and Thomson indicts. You've got all that structure heady. This is done until you, which is just really all over the place but but massive priciples. Yeah I mean I think there are pros and cons of both models I think in. League of legends at the the model tends to be more Even across more equitable across tons of opportunities where all the teams and I think in Doda, it's very much like feast or famine I if you know. If you look at all the teams right from previously is it's like. Either you're a top four team and you. kind of break even or slash make a small profit or you're not a top four team and you're just like losing money all the time. Basically note right and it's like the the price was a little bit of a Mirage because. In Doda, the majority, the vast majority of the price will go to the players and this is not knock on the players because I think the players are super telling that they deserve everything that they that they earn right But outside of price full, there's not a huge amount of other opportunities except for direct sponsorship. For teams actually drive right and you need teams because you know. Not every player is like some players are very mental to be in contact creators influences on all that stuff but the vast majority players I know just WanNa, play I. WanNa play, and so in order for Doda and Doda brands to to build into sort of products. And to market the players into engage and build the audience and do all these things. You'd Orquesta do that right? Because the players are not going to do it themselves and they didn't WanNa do themselves they want to they want they WANNA play right? They want to figure out strategies they want perfect game. And so you need to have an ecosystem around as supporting structure around that to be able to enable them to do that as well as. Create this product around Doda so that the fans can engage in consume it. And I think the I think the finances did the structure Doda is is dangerous because you know the the the kitchen seen not not super well supported even in the tier one scene beyond top four teams I don't think you're doing too well. and you'd see you know teams exit. You see teams go in and out. I'm for these reasons because it's like you either you're winning all the time and you're kind of stable from that because you have some price earnings or. You know you're just like middle of the pack number seven, number, eight, I, I don't think you're doing too well. You're really relying on brand sponsorships and things
Everyone is Cheating in Counter Strike
"Let's go over here to the scandal and drama going on here because it is not your typical cs topic a nude I feel like normally when we talk about Cs, it's happy thoughts. It's our feel-good place. We're talking tournaments we're talking big roster moves I thought this was behind us in the tier one scene. And it has been broken out like wildfire and it's definitely not the last of it where we are seeing coaches. Being banned left and right now with the scene. So to fill everyone in, the might not know there's a bug where there was a bug in the game that would allow a coach and correct me if I'm wrong here, newt, essentially the coach would sometimes like spawn in certain parts of the map and then could look around like three sixty see everything that's going on so that obviously the disadvantage or the advantage of this as you could see where the other team might be going and things like that. Correct. Basically. A Cypher Kim. Yeah right or South for ten. It's exactly like a cipher came from Valerie and yet it would spun you in a random spot. Sometimes, we saw happened in spawn so you can see what the opposing team was buying know which way they were splitting in how that would work. Sometimes, it was literally in the middle of the bombsite right and it just froze you overhead in gave you kind of full three, sixty view if you move your mouse around, you can see everything. Yeah and so it's been recently busted that a number of coaches have been taking advantage of this bug and now it's a hot topic. So let's just kind of. A go through this. So I guess the whole reason the started is zoo said peacemaker were the first to report the bug which has since been patched right. But then esl kind of started going back and like reviewing the tapes and films and things like that to see if anyone is taking advantage of this and now I will say this and I will give you credit specifically because you've said it multiple times on. The show if you don't think people have been and are still going to cheat in the online era of of e sports, you are ridiculously naive and I know a new you have said that in different words on the show before but now I I'm a believer I'm buying into your belief that of course, in one way or another, all these guys are going to find an edge whether that be cheating or not. Cheating is not only like aim hacking or wall hacking, right? Like that's speed hacking whatever the hacks that you see it's not just that that could easily pop up a twitch stream in have that on the monitor where they could be relayed information of economy. Right? You would know the economy, you will get a general idea of. You get a little bit more information than you obviously normally could. I'm. Not Saying it's. Everybody. Tries to find didn't edge. That's just the world of competitive sports whether it's traditional sport or needs for people try to find an edge in this seemed like one of the obvious ways it could be done now didn't help that counterstrike had a bug in the game that also allowed this to happen. Right. But at the end the day people knew it was their coach news, their players knew it was there and they allowed. It Tappan and they took advantage of it in man did we get a ton of evidence like on people take really I think we're just getting to the typically icebreaker I. think There is so much more floating down beneath that. We will get not even talking about tier two or tier three S. this was probably in occurrence in in most matches would be my guest but I think from even tier one we're really just. Starting to scope it out and find out what's happening. Stuff's even coming out today. Yeah. So some of the big ones here I think. From just a more recent standpoint, heroic the coach for heroic hundred. ENDED UP, getting busted for using it during the dream. Hack Masters Spring in ten rounds on one map. and. That's just what they've reported so far I can only imagine. He's done it then more reports on him now that also come out, it's happened more than as they're watching more film and again, these were just for esl sanctioned. Right so now you're having other organizations or other attorney or got. Going back and watching and reviewing their tapes right. So this is all just I mean it's just a giant web that's getting cast it out there now, people watching the film. So I just want to throw out this gentleman's name because he's really the one that kind of helped break everything by doing the legwork and that's meet you from ESL. Lewinsky might be pronouncing that right him in Steve doned went through fifteen hundred demos. It took them three weeks of basically each doing at twelve hours a day to go through all these demos to find stuff in I mean, look they. Not, only catching the ones that have just gotten band, but they're pushing more information out now for other demos at they're finding letting other event organizers know that, Hey, this was a bug. This is a timeframe has been going on in now we're seeing it from like what beyond the summit just came out and released their sanctions today. This is affecting road to Rio. Now because points situations have been messed up in. Teams have been eliminated that we'll talk about in a second but for heroic, it's a really big stain because they just came off of the win of Cologne people were looking at them and really a positive light right like that. Feel good time. Do you want to? Sets you WANNA know how fast life can come at you and edge if you go hundreds twitter account. His one, he has his two recent tweets. Heroic, second, best in the world two hundred has been suspected. He tweeted. Just like instantly he goes UA were second best in the world to I am now suspended like that's how fast life can hit you in this. In this world you've got a one year suspension right for for what he's done in. Again, there could be more coming down right like we haven't heard official rulings from valve yet on if they're going to take action on this or if they're just gonNa let the to's handle it. But yeah, the definitely be more I mean he he's getting a twelve month ban.
The Interactive Web with Speak2Web & Outgrow
"A really interesting because we both got. Similar kind of products, but quite distinct differences as well. so that'd be fantastic tiny the show to talk about this general topic of website marketing through conversation interaction making websites interactive. So maybe we could start with to Jason, can you give us a brief Intro to company does? Who's full topic clients? He says I now what the typical problems you help themselves. Yes, absolutely. So Carl, when we had formed speak to Ab we initially thought you know this is a great piece of marketing technology for websites. But what we've also learned is that it's very powerful tool to combat accessibility compliance lawsuits. So speak to delivers voice tech solutions for websites and we want to help clients become accessibility compliant while optimizing the customer experience for everyone. Interested. That was a straightaway and that something I didn't expect accessibility losses. The company left field. So it's not really one of the major features of the product that was the reason behind the. Size I use case that you've discovered is really helpful to your clients having built the solution. That's something. That we initially had ideas around but if really. Discovered in the more recent months especially following. A major case recently where Domino's pizza. Took a case all the way up to the Supreme Court in the case Robles versus Domino's Mr. is a blind man unable to order a pizza on their website or mobile APP and. A conversational voice assistant would have. Enabled him to use their website or their mobile APP. In a very similar way to if he had just called the store and made the website accessible to him. Okay right. So it's becoming a need. It's not just a nice to have friends. Maybe you could describe what to does on the nuts and bolts level then sounds like it's a plug in for a website or it can be integrated directly I would allow. Has just to do. Yes. So besides the. Accessibility compliance factor. We're helping people to deploy agents that act as personal shopping assistance concierges, and even tech support agents that reduce the level of tier one tier two requests that support teams historically had to read through and respond to you. So the problems were solving our you know optimizing customer experience increasing revenue and help businesses to reduce costs, and we're doing this for any scale of business in a whether it's a simple just adding voice search or delivering those conversational virtual agents that are even integrated into their technology stack. We have something that any size business can deploy afford. Very interesting yeah. It sounds like you've got a number of different use cases the you'll solving that it'd be great to dig into some of those in a moment. Do you have a case study that you can just briefly mention? Is there a particular company will just a type of company that you typically help? Yes absolutely. So in terms of dropping names, all of our corporate clients have strict policies, corporate policies of in nondisclosure by Swertz really looking at on the high end, the e commerce businesses to deliver voice shopping and customer support agents that. People can use to place orders to get answers to you their order in product questions and help those companies, increased sales and lower the cost of support. Optimizing customer experience by delivering people, instant answers and faster time to discovery.
"tier one" Discussed on Double Toasted
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Podcast: Challenges including 5G, network slicing, IoT and M2M highlight need for operators to turn to enhanced reporting that provides increased network visibility - burst 1
"Pianist, has a broad range of global manage data solutions in payments in tech and telecom. We provide highly reliable mission, critical communications and interoperability solutions to these industries in Telecom. One of the things we do is we enable operators expand their domestic and international footprint to an lt roaming hub which connects them to operators around the world with a single connection. Next also provides state of the art roaming solutions for data clearing and financial. So I heard recently. The you had a tier one operator. North. America switch over to your financial clearing service. We just say that that was important. Yeah. I I think it's important and I can explain why financial clearing performs a fundamental function of. Roaming mobile roaming relationship. FDA processes and procedures are standardised. Basically, all financial clearing-houses adhere to industry standards. So when operator a major operator leaves the existing F C H, I think that operators signaling to the industry that they are looking for a few possible things. One of those things service level. They want higher service quality from their vendor partner service level is consistently important across operates we speak to work with. The second thing I think is innovation they're looking for enhanced reporting capabilities, enhance clearing, and settlement functions. They. Want. Features for problem solving and data management. And finally I, think they require support for next level next generation technologies and that includes to M Iot and five. So why haven't any ones move since twenty thirteen? There are a few reasons for that. I can see. So between two thousand and two, thousand thirteen, there was a heavy industry consolidation of these state of clearing and financial clearing suppliers. Top of these acquisitions and mergers, the market was very saturated already for these services. Also suppliers were bundling. Services
Podcast: Challenges including 5G, network slicing, IoT and M2M highlight need for operators to turn to enhanced reporting that provides increased network visibility - burst 1
"So we're GONNA, be talking about a nice fresh new topic in our podcast, they were talking about the importance of data analytics in the five G. era. We're GONNA be talking about a lot more than that too. A lot of things will be impacting the telecoms and telcos and carriers since. But I what is NS. CNS has a broad range of global manage data solutions in payments in tech and telecom. We provide highly reliable mission, critical communications and interoperability solutions to these industries in Telecom. One of the things we do is we enable operators expand their domestic and international footprint to an lt roaming hub which connects them to operators around the world with a single connection. Next also provides state of the art roaming solutions for data clearing and financial. So I heard recently. The you had a tier one operator, North America switch over to your financial clearing service. We just say that that was important. Yeah I I think it's important and I can explain why financial clearing performs a fundamental function of. Roaming mobile roaming relationship. FDA processes and procedures are standardised. Basically, all financial clearing-houses adhere to industry standards. So when operator a major operator leaves the existing F C H I, think that operators signaling to the industry that they are looking for a few possible things. One of those things service level. They want higher service quality from their vendor partner service level is consistently important across operates we speak to work with. The second thing I think is innovation they're looking for enhanced reporting capabilities, enhance clearing, and settlement functions. They want. Features for problem, solving and data management. And finally, I think they require support for next level next generation technologies, and that includes to M Iot and five. So why haven't any ones move since twenty thirteen?
Podcast: Challenges including 5G, network slicing, IoT and M2M highlight need for operators to turn to enhanced reporting that provides increased network visibility - burst 1
"Pianist, has a broad range of global manage data solutions in payments in tech and telecom. We provide highly reliable mission, critical communications and interoperability solutions to these industries in Telecom. One of the things we do is we enable operators expand their domestic and international footprint to an lt roaming hub which connects them to operators around the world with a single connection. Next also provides state of the art roaming solutions for data clearing and financial. So I heard recently. The you had a tier one operator. North. America switch over to your financial clearing service. We just say that that was important. Yeah. I I think it's important and I can explain why financial clearing performs a fundamental function of. Roaming mobile roaming relationship. FDA processes and procedures are standardised. Basically, all financial clearing-houses adhere to industry standards. So when operator a major operator leaves the existing F C H, I think that operators signaling to the industry that they are looking for a few possible things. One of those things service level. They want higher service quality from their vendor partner service level is consistently important across operates we speak to work with. The second thing I think is
OMEGA League News
"So let's just brush up real quick on the. Omega. League action that you and I have been casting. We actually only have one day left which makes me really sad for us for us. Yes. which Thursday the group still have more to go. Yeah. So we're right now we're casting the divine league. And then afterward done casting I believe the group stage for the big boys tier one teams begin. But the game have been a lot of fun. And I've enjoyed casting with you as usual. Centerman do you have anything to games that we've witnessed so far? I think there's been quite a lot of relatively one sided or one sided games. I think is quite big span in teams in quality of teams in these qualifiers in the immortal equal which recast earlier on There was definitely a pretty big difference another during the divinely the differences probably get an even bigger where some of the teams that may be just made were just short of getting into mortal now stomping in the divine league. So. Sarah, we'll see how it all plays out Of course, like you said, the the big immortal leak with the big teams starting August fourteenth and it will be covered from. Ukraine where quite a lot of time has flown in and gone through. Extensive Corona testing and everything to be there on site because obviously traveling internationally right now is really difficult but they've made it work. Ethic. Americans apparently because the talent American of shocked. Yeah. It's pretty it's pretty unusual So yet they found a way to make it work, which is impressive. So hats off as always to to the boys over at we play and epicenter who are working together on this as far as I'm aware. Nip Yeah should be should be cool like I said I think was last episode of the episode before once mortally starts on August fourteenth this might be the best tournament for the rest of the year. With the current global lookout it's hard to say if we're going to get an actual land for the rest of the year, maybe we will have one. but in terms of online, there are so many good teams in the Western. In the Western mortal division at least. the Asian tournament doesn't have. Or, the Asian turn is done. First of all is no way does not done nevermind his starts it's it's been running since August I but their playoffs are August seventeen to twenty seconds. So there's also going to be Asia's going by that. Some. The Western tournament is a stacked secret navy liquid. VP flight. Moon. EEG. G. IS PLAYING OG alliance, `Nigma. NRP and then the two qualifying teams, which we can now say qualified from the immoral qualify are five men who many will not know by name because it's a totally new stack, which is ace Chessy, Zubay, misery, and pilot die, and then Vikings Dot g g who most people know by. Now as the there's five men coaching in the immortals and divine there's five comrades not to be confused, of course, different team too early, which we cast yesterday, which includes the likes of exotic deer, which one name I did recognize and my personal favorite name divide. Lama. Might be the best name anyone in Doda right now I really like saying that name over and over. Games have been fun to cast I I'm GONNA kind of. I think I've said this before but it feels like I'm not playing as much Doda as of recently. Because there hasn't really been a pass that it's Kind. Of inspired confidence. Maybe that's not the right word is kind of like. I mean, have you even playing Doda as well? I believe a lot of world of warcraft. Tell me at least that's your excuse. Every time I invite you to play something. Sorry. Very busy but casting has it's still I find it really fun. I'm enjoying a lot. Even, Really Fox up my schedule
Carnivore Diet Myths Debunked
"Is up guys welcome to this solo cast episode think you'd have been Greenfield for the questions which I will be answering in Solo casts episode. As many of you may know I've written the book, the Cardboard Code Rushing the video. You can see there behind me, this podcast will be released the first week of August twenty twenty one the second edition of my book is now live. So if you enjoy information check out the book dot, Carnivore Code Dot Com if you guys are new to this you. Haven't heard me talk to Ben. About the Carnivore Diet to previous podcasts on the Carnivore Diet you may WanNa check out in addition to this. So I was on Ben's podcast in March of Twenty nineteen and then last year or earlier this year when the first edition of the came out, I did the first solo cast on Ben's episode on Ben's show in which I answered some reader questions, not the Carnivore Code and after Ben read the book, He me a list of questions that he had about. The were code and that is what I will be diving into more specifically today on this solo casts episode. As many of you know Ben is a student of this stuff about chemistry. So some of these questions are pretty detailed try and break them down as clearly as I can. There's a lot of good nuance here that I think bring guys a lot of value. If you are more interested in ain't virata your Ordina, I'll give you three minutes summary Now for dive into some of these finer points the. Carnivore Diet is is an idea of an animal based I in contradistinction to plant based sides of today, the feces that I advance in my book the Carnivore Code are twofold in broad terms. The first is the animal foods specifically red meat and ruminant animals have been incorrectly vilified the last seventy years mostly at the by the result or as a result of incorrectly done science based on observational epidemiology. We have answer keys to thank for that. In many ways I've done a great podcast on my show with Natasha. Wrote Big Fat surprise in which we breakdown many of the myths surrounding saturated fat. So I probably will not get into saturated fat in this episode today. But if you want to know why we have such a bad misunderstanding, saturated fat listened to that episode on my podcast, we go into the details of saturated fat why it's actually very healthy for humans approach to get into it a little bit. Today with steering acid later but that is a big big misconception. There are many other misconceptions regarding read me that will cause cancer that will cause heart disease that it was shorten your life. Some of those will address today they are all addressed in my book, but they are all false none of them are supported by real interventional science actual experiments. They are false claims made based on observation deeming allergy. That has been widely misinterpreted and is inherently flawed Ben and I have talked about this in the past on previous shows. So referred of those. So the first of the book, a Carnivore Co is that Red Meat Animal Foods knows detail organ meets, which I want to talk about a lot today are critically important in the human diet. The part of every humans diet if we wish to be healthy and optimal and they should not be shunned based on incorrect science embrace the red meat especially. And know that you need those meeting Oregon's in order to thrive Ben I know is becoming more and more a fan of organ meats. He many nose to tail meals in the past together with the great. Great. Enjoyment in there are many amazing stories of that and let him tell you at some point in the future. The second thesis of the book is the plant foods exist on a toxin spectrum plants are rooted in the ground. They have no defenses other than the toxins they have evolved. This is not really conjecture botanical science. In the Condor Code I discussed multiple studies showing there are thousands and thousands of plant toxins that are present in plants and these can be harming. It's my golden writing. This book is not commit everyone to stop eating all plants. It's to empower you to realize to fold as saying here now that red meat and animal foods are the most nutritious foods on the planet that I mean containing the most bioavailable sources of all the nutrients humans need to thrive and number two that if you're not kicking as much fun as you want, you may be you may be well served by considering the plan foods you're eating on A. Spectrum which also outlined in the book and eliminating the plants that are most toxic that may be harming you in a variety of ways plans make defense chemicals. This is undeniable and again again all out in the book, it's a very comprehensive book over six hundred fifty references, and that is a broad strokes outlook on the way that I think humans really should be eating the first part. Of the book is about evolution we talk about the human brain is talking about the human brain in book at that point, and I talk about how it's gotten very big very quickly over the last two, million years primarily as a result of humans eating meat hunting I'm going to answer some questions been had in regard to this that in this podcast in secondarily I, talk about the fact. that. When we began agriculture are health when south very quickly and there's very good evidence that this is the really the massive change in the nutritional density of our foods accompanied that as we were hunting less and I will talk about that specifically in this podcast because Ben asked a question about that second part of the book is mostly about plant toxins I breakdown individual types of land toxins. I about polyphenyls why I think we've got this all wrong Benon I may respectfully disagree here but I I do make out what I believe is a very strong case for the book and I would love more discussion with this in the future I talk about oxalate electons solicits and I talk about all kinds of things like that. That are harming US isothiocyanates, which I will talk about today. which are things like fourteen in goal trian. and. How these plant compounds can affect for Mona balance that can affect nutrient absorption. They can affect our gut and really wreak havoc in lot of us if we are not aware of how present in our diet they are, how we might detoxify them in house. Some of US might be more specifically sensitive to them than and they can be causing us great harm and suffering the third part of the book is about to bunking. MITTS in the book. I. Talk About. I. Bunk. With me at that assurance, your life that causes cancer that causes heart disease and that you need fiber to poops all that is in the book I won't get into all of that today I could never do that would be a six hour podcast restaurants in there and in the fourth and final part of the book I outline very clear perspective very clear a model for how to eat a diet outlined five tiers. Of the Carnivore Diet, which gives the reader a sense of how to do this that works best for you and they some of them include plants a tier one for Diet includes plants I call it carnivore ish, but it gives you a toxicology spectrum and the foods that I believe are least toxic are included. They are able to be included on a carnivore ish type diet. Ben Himself has often said that he's eating carnivores. Words in his mouth I think that he would agree with this that he's thinking about making the majority of his Diet Animal Foods and organ meats, and then eating the foods, the plant foods that agree with him the most and thinking about the toxicity spectrum of those plants.
"And this is an article from tech crunch roablocks jumps to over one hundred and fifty million monthly users will pay out two hundred and fifty million to developers in twenty twenty. the article goes on to say the gaming platform roadblocks, which has seen a surge of us the coronavirus pandemic. now has more than one hundred and fifty million monthly active up from one hundred, fifteen, million, it announced in February. So from February. Two today just white like four months. a pretty substantial increase in users and. A an almost doubling of a more than doubling of what developers earned on the platform from last year last hundred, ten, this year two, hundred, fifty, million. So massive. Growth William. Roadblocks is not aimed at you or me. I don't think either of us have ever. I don't know I think I have played beat one mind for your South Hall Oh I. Don't know are you on rocks all the time? Twenty four seven I I if I know. To be. To be very fair roadblocks is a game that is I. I have some existential frustration about raw blocks right I feel like it's a game where creativity outweighs execution, which I think for some people is perfect and I think for other people like me at Arc's a little bit. But like you, you can't deny these numbers and I think for the longest time I slept on box right I'll be the first to say like I was I viewed them as the knockoff is the minecraft knockoff young honestly you know like I I think. That's fair of you to have done to. Well don't give me too much credit arguably for a while that was true. But what you really see here is two very unique things very unique things. One is you see rob blocks really emerging as a tier one gaming business like this. You just can't argue with these numbers, right? Like this is this is you might not like carrying the words. Fortnight. League of legends, raw blocks in the same sentence, but I'm going to start to feel comfortable putting those things in the same sentence because they're just games with massive user bases and massively entrenched gaming community such one thing you take away from this. From this, interestingly, enough if I'm fortnight I think this is my biggest competitor I. Truly do I truly do because if you look at what four-night maybe is trying to be a sort of more than game, a social hub something around in network right? We talked about this another like I would argue rob locks might be a little further down that line right there. Already have this whole creativity sharing shopping interface different that I think is is maybe closer to the sort of ideas and interactivity marketplace that that Ford would like to be a and I'd also say they have a younger user, which is a big advantage in these demo walk ends, Right With these networks youngest user platform wins so. I'm not saying it's lights out for at all guys are GonNa do very well but like it's weird to me because this new cement cemented something I felt for a while, which is fortnight's biggest competitor is rob locks and that's a weird sense but I really
Trout hits paternity list, will be away from Angels
"And the angels Mike Trout on paternity leave, but he will continue. His tier one testing while away meaning, he could return to the team without quarantine. If all of his tests are negative, the limit for a stint on the paternity list is three
Jonathan Luff on Co-Founding an Incubator for Early-Stage Cybersecurity Companies in the U.K.
"I'm not by background attack person I come from a liberal arts background I studied politics in languages at university, and I was fascinated in international affairs I was always interested in history and politics. And that developed into a into a study of international relations, so I I studied. To universities in the UK Newcastle, which is in the north of England, and a Master's degree at Bristol University in the south and it was really. While? I was at Bristol that I developed. An interest in joining the foreign, Service Exams for the for the Foreign Service while I was at university there and I joined the British Foreign Office in in one, thousand, nine, hundred eight, and that took me on a fascinating professional journey, had the opportunity to study Arabic while I was in the Foreign Office and that took me to the Middle East. where I I had a couple of postings. Including some time spent his adviser to UK and US military forces during the war in two thousand and three, and over the course of my my government career over the course of my Foreign Office career I increasingly focused on national security issues. So you know things like counterproliferation, counterterrorism and Cybersecurity, and so that that really took me sort of further towards the the work that I now do but really my my leap into startup space, and and the work that we now do with with cybersecurity companies that was that was triggered towards the end of my government service, I spent a couple of years as an adviser. Downing, street a prime. Minister's Office that was two thousand ten eleven twelve, and around that time there were number of reviews taking place into UK national security, and that flowed some very interesting work around cybersecurity as a as a tier, one, a national security threat, and and you know I I was involved in some of that work. And after leaving, government decided to to make it one of the things that I would focus on. And so, what are you involved with today? What is your day to day like these days? Well since two thousand fifteen with my co-founder grace, cassie, who was another friend of mine from Foreign Service Days A. WE wanted to put in place. A way to support entrepreneurs. In the! Early days of establishing a cybersecurity company we had seen in our time. In government that the this was one of the most important. Challenges and opportunities of of the of the of the decade and we felt that weren't really any. Systems or structures in place to provide the support that was needed. This is fascinating complex area of technology and business, and while there were united some fantastic institutions in the UK there were already a number of significant companies operating this space. We couldn't see the number of innovative new companies emerging that we that we expected to say on the E. found in in somewhat more mature ecosystems like the US, and and to some extent Israel, so we started, Ceylon and Ceylon was A. In early days and experimental accelerator modeled to some extent on programs like Y combinator, but dedicated to Cybersecurity, so we initially Ranna three month program in London, and it's really grown from there and over the last five years we've. We've run ten programs in London and four programs in Singapore and we've had with one hundred companies come through those programs, and so we we spend our. We spend our day odd as in running those programs finding and supporting those entrepreneurs, and then, and then continuing that that support once they leave the program. Can you give us some insights on the state of Cybersecurity and entrepreneurship there in the UK? Yeah well I think it's developed. significantly certainly over the the ten years. That we've been really focusing on this and. Definitely we've seen that. Over the five years we've been running ceylon there really wasn't a a community of of of cybersecurity startups here in the UK back in in the first part of the last decade. We we've helped to capitalize that community here, and there is now a thriving startup ecosystem right across the range of technologies, but definitely in cybersecurity. And I think there are now there are some really quite successful companies that have been set up and developed here over the past five years, and it's now very much part of a a broader technology system here in the UK. And part part of the reason for that is that? The UK has a good reputation in this space, but it's also a a good place to to set up a business if you'll from somewhere else It's been a draw for talent. globally and we certainly saw that in in cybersecurity. We could see the talent. In cybersecurity was was very much distributed around the world. It wasn't just an isolated pockets, and and we found in. Many people wanted to come and. Join our program and get the business started in the UK, and as a result there now you know tens, if not hundreds of of interesting small companies in this field. Is there, even a geographic advantage of of being where you are. I'm thinking you're sort of you. Know equidistant to S- to some of the other important centers of cybersecurity. There's no question. I think you know. Greenwich Meantime has been a competitive advantage for the UK in many different areas of a of business and finance. Over the centuries I think it gives us a genuine advantages being as you say, in time term sort of equidistant between. The economies of the of the of the Americas and those of The Middle East Asia, and that definitely that definitely helps you know having the the economies of Europe on on our doorstep, and you know the last forty years at least strong connections to those economies has been helpful. London has been a melting pot for anybody trying to start a business seek finance and I. Think you know the world the world does come to London or at least it did until we were hit by the pandemic I. Think it will nonetheless emerge from the current crisis is one of the world's great global cities, and and so you know geography masters in Business and certainly been helpful to the development of the cyber ecosystem here.
The Test from Gal
"The resilience I think of the banking system. While we can all agree that the level of uncertainty in the economy continues to be high, given the progression of the covert 19 pandemics. I believe the Federal Reserve subjected car filers two extraordinary assumptions regarding unemployment and GDP contraction. Despite these assumptions The 33 largest banks remained above minimum tier one capital requirements. Given that I'm wondering why the Federal Reserve has indicated firms will need to resubmit Castle plans, and in addition, there will be an off cycle supervisory stress tests in the latter part of the year. You know, the Federals air already concluded firm's capital planning. Management processes. I think approaches and assumptions that passed the toughest test. So could you explain that please? Sure. So the what? The what The 33 institutions All past was the regular way severely adverse scenario that we wrote before the pandemic arrived. So that's what that's what controls the outcome. At this time, we also this remember the pandemic arrived right in the middle of the stress desperate, so we quickly devised without going through our usual very thorough vetting process. Three alternative sensitivity analysis, one of which was a V shape. Recovery, one of which was you shape in, one of which was a serious double dip. And these are very serious downtime. Downside cases. We didn't use them to evaluate individual institutions, but rather to evaluate a broad range of institutions, and I'm running out of time. And you know why lock up additional capital Now? I guess this is it. This has the potential to have, I think a chilling effect. On the economy is exactly the point where banks need to provide credit and equities households and businesses to
"tier one" Discussed on 710 WOR
"One bank tier one reserves tier one capital reserves for a bank with life insurance when you look at that the tier one capital ratio measures a bank's financial health and one of the largest assets in tier one capital reserves is what's called boldly or life insurance bank owned life insurance so they're no dummies now that being said when people are ripped off by life insurance he Julie due to over Lee positive assumptions in the eighties and nineties on universal life chassis and the person who bought the policy for you did not over phone the U. L. they minimum funded it which that's what screwed you the life insurance company and screw you the life insurance policy didn't screw you if anything the agent put the lesser amount of premium necessary certain that's what screwed you does that make sense yes that and some of you will go in all of this occurred why it is you when you when you do research on these really what rich people a lot of them have life insurance why I thought it was a bad idea well this is a life insurance passes tax free to the next generation and it's a great conservative asset it's not meant to and generally they can they're comparing it with the stock market which gets a better returns over years which is true why can't you have both diversify eight eight eight nine eight Josh calls if you want the life insurance audit we'll be back after these messages Hey me out on the first tee yeah I'll be right there just reading this article on what new bill Congress passed looks like it's going to affect the value of all retirement savings plans my financial guy didn't tell me about this when I saw him the other day well Mike I did and we made a plan you may have heard of them just Chillin ski Joshua Lynskey is your guy listen if you're ten years or less from retirement which I am Josh will give you a free economic plan which includes retirement planning a twenty seven point checklist to make sure your income last as long as you live he'll even help you navigate the current tax code I'm definitely gonna call Josh cool but first can.
Will My Supply Chain Survive COVID-19?
"The commercial aerospace supply chain is writing. The sudden collapse, the spring passenger air travel after the outbreak of the latest novel Corona Virus and it's cove in Nineteen, disease has upended fortunes in the airliner manufacturing industry. That matters because commercial aerospace is responsible for about three quarters of the whole aerospace and defense sectors business activity. Cash is king right now throughout the supply chain and companies are struggling to have enough liquidity, according to what several advisors and analysts tell aviation week. while. Liquidity is more of a function of the wider economic downturn inside aerospace. There are even bigger challenges. Where production rates were once being pushed higher now a Williams are slashing them cascading pressure down the supply chain. At the L. A. M. in the top tier level. It has probably never been more important to have insight into your supply chain. Joining me to talk about that need, and what to do about it are John Schmidt? The Global Andy Lead at Accenture and Joyce Klein. Accenture leader in applied intelligence in the North American amd practice John Joyce. Welcome back. Thanks might go good to be back so John let me start with you. It seems obvious that OEM's and tier ones want insight into their suppliers. But while that was always true, I used to be about making sure that there were no bottlenecks that slowed or stop record high production now things chain what of new conditions that demand and customers pay better attention to their supply chain. Might go and in many ways the aerospace industry you know has a clear split between the companies that are working in the Corso world, and does indefens- you in the commercial. As you say, you know the concern used to be, we have a supply constrained world with very predictable demand, right always pushing for more trying take need those increased rates pushed by Boeing and. and Airbus and in the current world that's changed dramatically to being more of a supply volatile with unpredictable demand in the defense and space side of things you know things have largely remained in a predictable demand with an increased supply chain volatility, so by just keep looking at those things, predictability and the the constraint or volatility the spy chain. That's where the primary differences. And Commercial. We know that demand is going to be directly related to the bounce back of commercial air travel and the relative rates airlines choose to bring back stored aircraft versus take more efficient models on order from the OEM's causing more volatility in and demand, variability and defense. It's a bit different again. Demand Israel remained and the supply chains been impacted by Kobe in some cases they're tier one two or three companies, who source both commercial and defense or trying to generate cash to cover expenses and other cases, local Cobra outbreaks, and our common actions are impacting the spires ability to deliver on schedule, known both cases, aerospace and defense companies need. To deal with all totally like never before whether commercial or defense. So Joyce. Last time John and I talked here on Chuck six with. He kind of gave me the peak and do some new technology you all were working on. It's a new capability to peer into the supply chain including using an algorithm approach that allows more predictive insight, potentially even the ability to hotspot. What factories might be in trouble in the future? Can you tell us a little bit about what accenture is working on? And how does this work? Yes, absolutely Michael Accenture? We've been working with our clients in the supply chain area for many years using analytics and machine learning. In fact, if you go back to last year's pariser show in our accenture shall a. we had a digital showcase. Demo that focused on intelligence supply chain, and what this demo is a together machine, learning and artificial intelligence, and we used I at supply chain Europe e data to really understand delivery delays identify missing parts. We also looked at the opportunity for Automation Muller. Doing now is we're bringing together? All Lot of data sets and we're using artificial intelligence to help companies deal with the increase in volatility manage. Manage uncertainty and really get at supplier resiliency. That's really the core of what our solution is all about now so for North, America a and D client what we've done is we've taken and artificial intelligence engine that uses the supplier Jadot and what we're trying to do. We're actually working to predict the number of days late or a particular part, and we're doing that by bringing together a supplier. Number roaches order number eleven worry day in quantity, combination you all that information, Heather actually identify the number of as laid the opulent part is going to be and so by knowing the number of days way them. What were able to do is fight and determine. Do I have enough inventory? As coverage or that? Particular part is ultimately if I Joan I need to make additional decisions around production, and so what? We've been able to do with our solution. Experience up to ten percent improvement apart availability production. And we're also able to change the role of the delivery service analyst. Previous lanes individuals really operating. All here. Allergy by getting parts then wall really. Burning that role inches, someone that now uses ena an ai a better and improve sagem around artists that are going to chase I which parts are actually GonNa come in on Hind. So is a big ship in
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A VerySpatial Podcast
"Hello welcome to a very special podcast. I'm Jesse I'm sue and this is frank this weekend. We're talking to Dr Scott in the Wiki who is the lead. Rnd scientists over quantum spatial Some the work he's been doing But I of course we have a lot of newses to catch up on In fact there is no way we keep up because apparently everybody decided to release a press. Release this week. Yeah everybody my dog did too. Yeah I mean it's just ridiculous so these would be selected that yes these are. These are all right. We might and do to be more alert. Dogs is not any you know we it. It was more. It was not really spatial more than a spatial type of topic for spatial. Get off my lawn. But that's another. Yeah it was. It was spatial stuff but it wouldn't really the anyway. So let's get onto the news. First UP IS LLEGADO. Fcc Quagmire continues for the hundred twenty seventh year. At least. That's what feels like all right. So here's the latest and greatest update on this whole nonsense as we've been reporting last couple episodes. Fcc said Yep it's great go forward with it whole lot of people have come out of the woodwork. To Go on Jack it is not okay. Do not go forward. And there's been a formal petitions against the FCC to reverse decision to allow llegado to go forward this is based upon blocking the GPS. Now it's going to be the normal people you would expect the airline pilots association who have a big interest and GPS working correctly and accurately and not having anything messing it. Up Association Equipment Manufacturers Aviation Interests The radium corporation Lockheed Martin Trimble. I mean antibody has anything to do with. Gps saying no. This is a really really bad idea but the really compelling bit here that may make the FCC think twice a hope is thirty two US senators which is over half and indifference. Bipartisan It's it's under heads. Sorry it's not it's it's a third I'm sorry A third of US senators which is when it by half ballpark. A half is is on from each party. So that's a bipartisan Thing sorry I misspoke I postseason. This is why we don't do math in front of people that's right So anyway they've come out and said no this is probably a bad idea so hopefully the FCC takes this all under advisement and reverses its. I'm going to terrible decision to allow. Continue for it. I would really like the the only way this gets really properly. Fixed is if Congress does what Congress is not probably going to do given the current crises. That's going on. Is they need to make legislation about this and that would be very clear guidance. Fcc A WHAT WOULD. It wouldn't be allowed but until then we run into the situation where the FCC can contain to make decisions and reverse decisions were versus sessions. And it's just a nightmare and in another. Us government News items this week The Department of Commerce Has Actually issued new rules for a commercial. Remote sensing satellites the Satellite Systems And in this case removing a lot of restrictions and so a lot of the the changes and it's it's They had a couple of drafts out. the current set are much more streamlined and they are lifting restrictions on not everything But especially on systems and types of data that could be sold elsewhere so outside the United States. So the argument is that others can do it then A of those restrictions are removed. There's still going to be some restrictions And they actually are setting up a tier system the full set of rules when we actually started according to I had seen published out yet but Essentially there are a lot of other obligations related. To remote sensing is stuff that that have to be still met so Some restrictions are in place but Essentially if you've got a system that is Only producing a on enhanced data. That is the same as unenhanced. Data available from sources that don't have Or not under the jurisdiction of Department Congress in the US so foreign sources will be called Tier One and they're actually going to have lots of restrictions changed however there's tier two and three and that has to do with systems that don't actually have any competition necessarily outside. The United States are outside of commerce purview. Meaning they're like well. If you're still competition that that would you know hurt you then yes we could still regulate you And so some of the questions that came up with things. Sar Data Nighttime data I think certain types of infrared in and stuff that had been heavily restricted. And the other thing that's going to change is how long the restrictions when there are restrictions a can go for which I guess you The original two thousand six Regulations had Basically just said they stay until new regulations are legislation. Come along. I think the new set of rules actually has a time period. I think two to three years. Something like that where potential they can review those So if you want the full text sort of the full details There's a couple of links the show nuts to one of the articles that discuss this But I mean you know. There was a lot of excitement Around when this was announced but The full rule set still has some things that will restrict. It's not it's not. Let the wild west of by any means but A lot of that restriction that that was there at least for existing systems and systems that do sort of traditional stuff is now going to be a little bit easier to deal with.
Alex DeBrie - DynamoDB for Relational Database Diehards
"I guess maybe the best place to start would be. How do you describe what Dynamo DB even as if someone was just GonNa ask you like? What is this thing for? What do you use it for? Yep share so it's a no sequel database like you were saying and and that's not super descriptive because it basically just says what it isn't right. It's not a relational database. That a sequel. But you saw a lot of these sort of no sequel databases popping up in the last ten or fifteen years and one common thing about all these relational databases is They were they were built for larger scale you know as as he's sort of. Internet enabled platforms are happening where you have thousands or millions of of users around the world Like the single instance relational database just wasn't keeping up As well so polices started building these no sequel databases and I think one thing in common with most of these. No single databases is that they they charge your data across multiple instances so rather than having like this one monolithic database. You know you're you're my sequel instance. Your postcards instance. You'll have you know maybe five different shards of Mongo DB or with something like Dynamo DB there starting that behind the scenes sort of transparently to you Across a lot of large variety of machines The big thing that you need to do there with a no sequel database. Then is that data's going to be sharded and you need to make sure you sort of design your data correctly so that you're only hitting one Charlotte and doing efficient query rather than queering across like four or five different shards and having network calls. So that's that's a super high level but Yeah okay that makes sense so the the my sort of exposure to Dynamo. Db guests has been almost like guys have rightous alternative in a lot of situations. So I see a lot of times. People use read us for like a cash just like a key value store and I see people using Dynamo. Db FOR THAT A lot. If you're hosting your stuff on Amazon because a lot of the tools designed to work with us in that way can also interact with Dynamo. Db In that way But it sounds like a lot of people are also using Dynamo. Db is like their primary data store as Australia. Replacement for a relational database. Is that true in your experience. Yeah absolutely I think you know. A lot of people think it's only used for key value store like type Type Actions Media Session store and you can use it for that. But you can. Use It for highly relational models. You can handle one to many relationships. Many Dominion relationship all that in Dynamo. Db I show how to do that. And and there's a bunch of people doing that at a pretty large scale If if you're talking about like Amazon. Aws any of the Amazon retail. Any of the AWS stuff they. If it's a tier one service at one of those places which means if it's down it's losing money they're required to use. Dynamo. Db and they have relational models there. They have shopping carts with items in them and they belong to customers or or they'd aws stuff. That's all relational as well. So you can definitely handle these. These complex relational models not just a key value stores. Yeah cool that's really interesting so I think it'd be cool. It'd be sort of get into I. Guess like just understanding some of the core concepts and stuff around this technology. What some of the terminology is how some of it may be maps. Back to the relational database world for people who come from that. Same background as me. I'm familiar with the old tables and columns and rows model. You know what I mean. So what are some of like? What are the sort of terms and concepts that you have to understand but Dynamo DB to even get started with in the first place? How do you build like the right mental model for what it's doing? Yep sure so I'd say the four or five basic terms you want to start with and I'll just compare them to to relational houses. Well first of all. There's the notion of table which is going to be similar to a table in a relational database With some differences that get into on such as holds all your all your data in it and then each record in a table is called an item sets a row in a relational database or a document in Dynamo DB but just like a collection of data each when you create your table. What you're GonNa do is declare a primary key for your table and each item that you put into that table must have that primary key and it needs to be uniquely identified by that primary key so so there is that like is that is that auto generated by the database for you like it would be like sequel or you always have to provide it from the client yet. You need to provide it by the client. And it's usually going to be something meaningful as well. Like win a relational database. You know you might just have an auto incremental primary key like you're saying but this is GonNa be actually something meaningful life maybe username or In order ID or or something like that but you can actually use to identify that particular item because that primary keys actually gonNA drive your access patterns as well. You're going to be queering directly on that primary key. Okay interesting so I think. Like in the relational database world the advice that. I've often heard it's been like the opposite right like don't use your email column as your primary key in your users table because it's it's going to be inefficient or whatever in different ways compared to just using an auto implementing. Id but in in this case if as long as there's some existing unique identifier for the record the best practice leverage that don't add like some additional unique identifier. Yep generally and sometimes you might want to use something like a you. Id or or similar like if something like an order. Id you know you don't really have Anything meaningful about the order. You can generate a unique unique. Id and use that. But then you'll probably also refer to that that d like in your url path or whatever to help find that they'll be accessible to the client. If you needed to go do that look up. You know if someone goes to slash orders slash whatever that idea is then. Then you're back in knows. Hey this is order yet. I need to go fetch from the back end.
Man Charged with Making ISIS Video Detailing How to Make Explosives
"Virginia man has been accused of trying to help ISIS fighters make bombs and other weapons through social media pose is online activity was flagged by officials and uncover undercover operation operation revealed this plot more from ABC Jocelyn Howard Romeo laying warned to leave the existing online videos were inadequate to arm fellow ISIS followers with the knowledge of how to create explosive he began directing an undercover FBI agent to produce a how to video since February of this year the goal Langhorne wrote in message to the undercover FBI agent quote the list of potentially dangerous people escalates from being small and well managed to being completely useless as everyone becomes a tier one threat
"tier one" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Two of the debates for the democratic nomination for president ten candidates debated in Detroit going head to head over various issues the economy healthcare immigration and climate change KCBS is Doug sovereign says there is more jabbing at each other with most attacking front runner Joe Biden and California senator Kamel here in the first half hour let's say the debate was all about health care and much of it centered on Kamel Harris's new proposal and I thought she handles so very well in the early going really deathly defending deflecting the criticism as she got a taste of what it's like to be now among the top tier one of the front runners I thought she came off very well and and very strong in those early extremes with fighting with others attacking or for many candidates this may be the last time we see them to be in the next debate they have to be pulling at least two percent and at a hundred and thirty thousand dollars in donations tonight's debaters only had to pull of of one percent of sixty thousand in donations the next debate is up in September we'll just days after the gill ray shooting incident more than one hundred law enforcement officers in San Mateo county took part in an active shooter trail KCBS is Jennifer Hodges reports chairs and tables overturned people feigning injuries on the cafeteria for this training is all about being prepared the first two officers that got here on scene went straight for the shooter they needed to clear this room at first to make sure that there wasn't either a secondary shooter or somebody who is in hiding especially because once they came in here nobody was really saying he went that way he went that way detective rose merry blanks weighed with the San Mateo county sheriff's office says this is a training they take very seriously Italian chief bill like near is with San Matteo consolidated fire the scenario is we have an active shooter in a school what's really interesting or challenging with this and needs to be done as were bringing together law fire and educators in Belgrade at the active shooter training Jennifer Hodges KCBS most popular music number three Frankie Valli.
Fed, US And Fed discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"Reserve releasing the first part of its annual stress test with the big banks just moments ago, Leslie pickers back at headquarters of all the details Leslie pay Melissa. The fed says the largest and most complex banks in the US are well capitalized. The central Bank feels confident that the banking system could withstand a severe recession and continued lending during that period. Fed vice-chairman rental quarrels saying in a statement, the nation's largest banks are significantly stronger than before the crisis and would be well positioned to support the economy, even after a severe shock an indicator of banks financial strength or their common equity tier one capital ratio declined from an actual level of twelve point three percent to a minimum level of nine point two percent in the stress scenario among the big six Bank of America was the most capitalized during the tech test with common equity, tier one capital ratio of nine point seven percent. While Goldman came in for the low end at seven point six percent, but all banks handily surpassed the minimum of. Four and a half percent largely the results were comparable to previous years, but a change in the banking law meant that only eighteen firms were tested almost half as many as last year comparing those same firms to show how they did last year though. The for the fed says losses in the stress scenario would be about four hundred and ten billion dollars compared with four hundred sixty four billion dollars last year. The fed tested a ten percent unemployment rate, a decline in the US yield curve, and appreciation in the US dollar now next Thursday. We'll see part two of this test with a federal will provide more details about
"tier one" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"He's got a new book out. It's called my blue note written by Bernie for Darko and the great Jeremy Rutherford. I we talked about you playing sports other than hockey hockey, became you, focus, and you touched on something earlier you played up you play with older kids. How much of that help you especially when you start to get into a position where you would taking hockey more serious and people were looking at you insane in themselves. You know, this kid's got a chance to be pretty good hockey player. It was a huge difference. I mean because they had to play up all the time. It really I was playing against beer kids, and I got bigger compared to them. But I really wasn't a big kid at all. But to have the competition, and to be able to to to understand that I could compete and excel with your kids really kind of gave me the confidence that I could go for. But see my folks because I just said what? Education. We're so they were there was so important that we had a great education. They were not gonna let me play at any level. Unless my marks were good my and that was one thing that we always strive for. So as time went on. There was a lot of junior tier two junior teams is scheduled wanted me to come and play whether it be in Yorktown, or or Humboldt all these little little cities in in Saskatchewan, the my folks said, no, I mean, you're getting an education. You're staying at home. You're not gonna go anywhere. I mean, this is tier two this is not you're not gonna make a crowded hockey by going to these little towns. So I mean, I was just waiting for me. But even though I couldn't do that. My parents allowed to play senior hockey that one year side was sixteen playing with the men and really it made it made a lot happen for me that year. I mean, I played against Wendel Clark's dad who was twenty years older than me mean guys that were really good hockey players too. So I was with a lot of guys that had played semi pro that were playing for the foam lake flyers too. So I was on that team too. So they took. We under their wing. But again, I proved to myself and to them that I could play with them and that really helped him win the scouts started looking. Then all of a sudden now because of that I was playing with men that I was able to excel the blades were the one. Now, all of a sudden tier one western Hockey League Hockey League, when I got an invitation that my parents said, okay? Maybe I maybe I'm good enough. Maybe I got a chance to turn that you know, maybe become a professional hockey player. So it was it was not a lot to do with. Because I was playing against the older guys. And then when I did get that opportunity to go to blades gambling. I think one of the reasons and the book says that my brothers were already going to school. They were going to university in Saskatoon, and that's kind of when the blades. Pick me to come to training to training camp. They're like family is my brothers. Really? My folks said, okay. Well, gee, if he goes there, he makes the team at least your brothers there. And then they didn't feel that they were gonna leave me abandoned, and let me go out without them really to being able to take care of. All right. When you get to the junior level is not man amongst boys. But there are a lot of guys that are pretty good players themselves. What was that transition like for you? And I know you touched on it in the book about the guys that you played with junior. And maybe some of the ones you didn't. They ended up playing in the National Hockey League someday, it was a whole different level. I had never been to junior hockey game. Nevermind played in one. So when I went to blades Campbell, I had no idea what to expect. I was the best in a little town. And when we played all the other little towns, I was the best. So I knew that I could compete with all the other good players from the other little towns. But I guess there's no difference. You go to Saskatoon. Well, it's all those little guys are a little those players that were the best players a little towns. They're all coming in the same spot. So, but I was seventeen and I was planning. Nineteen and twenty year olds. These are the guys that were going to be the pros. So it was a whole different story. And everybody was as good as me, and that's the whole deal when you go to that level. Now, all of a sudden you have to prove not only that you're as good as them, but you have to try to be better than than them. If you're gonna make your crew out of it. I was very fortunate the first year, I mean, I'd great coach Jack Nicklaus was probably the best coach I could have ever had. He was had been coach of the Canadian national team. He had a system for everything. And I learned more from Jackie McLeod. Then I would have learned from anybody else. I couldn't have had a better coach. It was the skills taking the puck around the boards. How to how to do certain things what you do on the power play. What kind of system? Do you have how do you kill penalties? All that. I was able to learn from Jackie McLeod. And then all of a sudden they went from being just a normal rookie to really starting to accelerate became as good and better than everybody. And then of course, my last year in junior. I was I had that career that I could've only dreamed of dining was everything. Yeah. Really? Was you touched on Jack mcchord. I'm gonna go back to that for a second. Let me run this by virtually every game you ever played in the blues uniform. Did he teach you that move? The you only had two one move the one on one fake on a gold tinny fake. Right. And then you come back left go top show for here. Those are all things. No, those I think those are things that you learn by well naturally in by experimenting what you're doing watching a goaltender what you should do in certain things. Yeah. So I mean Jackie really didn't teach us the skill set. A how to he have the skill set to do it. He taught you where to be in a certain situation. And those are the things that's the things that you have to learn where should be on the defensive zone where should you be in the offense zone. How should you set him? He was the guy that had me set up with the power play from behind the net. And then all of a sudden, it was something that I was able to do really further my entire career as a pro even so we we really excelled with that power play in Saskatoon, and it was really Jackie setting it up on me. I was the one that was kind of the orchestrated everything from behind the net. But it was it was really kinda his system. It's interesting because the great Dan Kelly would say he'd being your office and that meant behind the net. All of a sudden here comes Wayne Gretzky and people thought he created that. I don't think people saw enough of Bernie for Darko to understand the you truly made a living from working behind the net. And Wayne Gretzky certainly was able to accentuate on that. Absolutely. We did it long before. I started doing it in junior. And when we came here, it was one of those things that we were able to set up. So. Yeah, Wayne, I think did a better than anybody else. I mean. What he did what he did. Really, you talk low Wayne Gretzky what he did Mike is just absolute incredible. When you look he put a thousand more points in this league than anybody else. I mean that that is just I it's it's it's hard to get a thousand points in this league. But to get over two thousand and over twenty five hundred I mean, it's incredible. What he did? And I don't think that there can be any comparison. Hello, anybody set of anywhere compared to Wayne Gretzky you had a career year in junior. All of a sudden Bernie for Darko is being talked about as being a draft choice. You talk about it in your book. Tell me a little bit more about the moment. You found out you were actually going to be a professional hockey player. Some team had an interest in you. Yeah. I kind of knew that after my second year the world hockey would have had a draft. I would've been drafted with they had the underage draft taken away. So I was kind of disappointed, but I that's what I was told to get an agent are coach Jackie McLeod said hey, you and Blair Chapman need to get agents. You guys are going to be obviously hydraulics next year the years that you had you already on the radar. So that's kind of what I knew was probably going to get a chance. And then of course, as you mentioned when I had that incredible year my last year junior. Yeah, I knew from just talking scouts talk. My agents said there was a lot of teams very interested in win at the end of the year when I did go down to Montreal for the memorial Cup. Watch them while Cup. I've met with my. Agent on the book. I even mentioned that I met with the match McNabb who is the general manager of the Washington Capitals. And I was really thought that I was going to be the number one pick the first pick overall. So it was very very enlightening to ever be told something like that. I mean, it didn't work out that way, and it was disappointing to not be drafted the number seven position. But I would have never been here in Saint Louis. And who knows what happened my career? I didn't end up and Salo Washington Capitals. Let's talk about one of the fun things about the book is reading about that first pocket full of money that you had when you sign your first contract. It was the first time you could actually go out and do some things because you had a lot of money in your pocket. So you able to do some things within for your family, and it was amusing to see and re where your dad had to bring you back down to earth, more or less a remind you that you weren't going to pay for everything. Yeah. And that's that's the upbringing. We talked about that. I mean, small town on the prairies, and I think the respect. That you get from the people around you from my dad. My dad was very demanding man. Who was very successful. You know, he he wanted us to make sure that we were well rounded, my dad was secretary treasurer the school district. So he was one of those guys who was mayor foam lake as well. So he was well respected. So I mean, my dad was not a big guy. But when dad said something we backed down. Oh, we'll just say once we he'd never had to say it twice. So I mean, it was one of those things, but it was really the value of the dollar value of life. The value of of respect for everybody around you. And that's exactly what my dad and my mother both. They taught us respect they taught us respect of people respective money, respect, religion, everything. So there's people on this earth that at the time that were responsible for for what I'd done was my mom and dad, they they made us how the respect for everything around us when this is over with. I think I may end up fast Eddie here. Yeah. I'm thinking about something. Good to eat cold beer. I know I'm going to have a good time. And I may even running our good buddy fast. Eddie, he's always there. He's got a great staff. And folks, if you haven't been there yet, I wonder why you haven't taken the time because there's something for everyone. The only thing they ask you to do is come to have a good time and be over the age of twenty one is that simple. So if you're looking for something fun to do this weekend, something you haven't done awhile. Let's think about fast Eddie bond air. It's a Miller noise at.
"tier one" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"You still got your bowl projections over there who's playing in the sun bowl according to hold on, who do you got everybody slowdown who's playing in the sun bowl according to projections, go to the go to the source of these things bowl projections related. What were you saying those? Well, I have the tears here. ESPN did not release their tears. Zach Lowe released his MBA ESPN have different tiers. I'm not certain. I think they rely on Zach Lowe. He speaks for all of us on tears. I think on MBA tears that speaks for all of us, put it on the polar. You good with Zach, Lowe's speak. For all of us on basketball matters on who's good. So would you like to hear the tears? So what are the tears? What are the classifications? So they have, you know, Zach as tier one, he has rock-solid playoff teams tier one. So there's a tier one, then a rock solid playoff teams tier one. Then he has a random anyway. What? What? What? All right. There's a tier one and that one is separate from all of their tears. And what if that tear Representative your role than state worry. Okay, so that they're by themselves in tear away from everything else? Yeah, they're gonna tear by themselves. It's kinda like ESPN. It's doing twenty hours of basketball documentary on ESPN plus, but Michael Jordan's not a part of it because he's doing his own documentary. That's going to be every bit as big as basketball. Correct. And so the warriors have their own tier? Correct. So Golden State is tier one, and this is funny teams. The warriors have to try their hardest against. That's another. Tear that's that's different from rock-solid playoff teams. They have to give max effort against these two teams that potentially third. But right now it's definitely to the Celtics and the rockets. So you could say, warriors tier one, a Celtics rockets tier one big about that. Then the raptors he is searching for proper paperwork to move them up one tier Zach Lois. So we'll see right now. I would classify them as tier one c. paperwork they need is LeBron contract. So anyway, now we, we moved down here to rock solid playoff teams tier one. This is where it gets interesting, the jazz the box thunder, where thank you for thank you for finally. Good rock solid playoff teams to your what. Warriors one a or one b warriors are what a rockets are one be. Okay, and the Celtics are also one be the raptors are onc- okay. Searching for paperwork. These are rock-solid playoff teams here, what the Utah Jazz, the Milwaukee Bucks. Hold on gamma. Do you understand what he's doing? I don't know what I don't understand what that low is doing and I don't understand what's to let me try to get cheer what he's been wanting to talk, tears, all show gear all show. He burst in here and said, Zach, Lowe's, tears are out. Golden State is tier one. They're in a league by themselves. Okay. The teams they have to give max effort against or the Celtics and the rockets because if they don't, those teams could surprise them and maybe what a best of seven and the jury's still out in the raptors. Okay. It's the Jerry still out here. So now we're on the rock solid playoff teams tier one. This will not include any of the teams. I've. Mentioned already sprinkle some news in between this very confusing segment. I mean, it's a fusing articles that has posted a new article. So this is the very latest on Jimmy. We have not gone yet tears at the facility silly. So he's at Minnesota's Jimmy Butler Minnesota's facility, but he has yet to take the practice court with his teammates, even though he's interacting with his teammates, no real nuggets in this out side of the tweet that he sent a couple of minutes ago. However, there is this one nugget that says outside of the heat, the timber, wolves do not have any serious active talks going on. Oh. Gear mo- put it on the poll, please at lebatardshow..
"tier one" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today
"What about the strategy of all right? I've gimme a skinny of mid to late round sleeper that you like Jordan Wilkins. All right. It's it's my turn to nominated player. We're five nominations in so far, girly bell, Hopkins, gronkowski, whatever they're off the board. So. I nominate Jordan Wilkins. Do you ever do that? Because it's really tricky. There's no market set at that point for somebody like giorno, but you know that he's only going to go for a handful of bucks. And if you bid to than someone is someone's gonna have to three if they really want him. And a lot of people might say, I just don't want him for three. So I did that with with Jamison Crowder who I really like. It was one of my early bids, and I think I was going to go five dollars tops. And I think when it got to fi- maybe four as I see the way this is going and I just got I, I don't know anyone for is that when you realize that. It was time for you to wait. Wait a minute, Crowder the wrong guy. He went for two only when I'm sorry, maybe only wanted him for a dollar. Yeah, that that maybe that's what it was that only wanted him for dollar. So, I mean, you might have. I'll tell you what it was. It was I I didn't nominate on it was it was Crowder and I thought it's exactly this near you're talking about Adam. It's not occupied nomination, but it was early on and for me at least thirty. So was my third bit worth thirty four? I thought let me see again for dollar because we're still in the early stages of the top tier players going. And when he went to too, I was like. Last thing I'll say, I'll let you guys wrap up with any auction thoughts, but tears are extremely important in auctions. You have to pay attention. You have to do your own tears. You have to figure out, okay, these are the tier one running backs, tier two running backs, whatever. And when they start to all, you know, get bought, get bid on and purchased. You've got to get in on that if you want to be part of that tier, and sometimes waiting for the last guy in a tear you end up overpay. So if you see like they're five running backs and tier two and they're all going for like twelve dollars or something out of a hundred. Well, what's the for the first four went for twelve dollars. Okay. Now everybody's in on the fifth guy 'cause they all want to get a running back into your two. Now the bidding gets up. So sometimes it makes more sense to kind of get it on the second to last guy to go on tier rather than wait for the last one. You're assuming that your tears are the same as everybody else's in the league. But I think there's going to be some consensus. You're right. It's never going to be as you as you go from after tier one. There's pretty much consensus after that. I don't think there's much of a consensus. Why was trying to make a broader point, I guess. But my point is, let's say you definitely want to get one of Brown Hopkins Julio Beckham green, Thomas devante atoms, and maybe you can expand it to TY Hilton, but probably going to be a little cheaper than that group. If five of them are gone, get the six one because you don't want to wait for the seventh one because he's going to be extremely expensive quite clearly. Once you once you get a good grip on what players from certain tier going for, that's when you should start bidding. Yeah, you don't wanna. You don't wanna be left out. You don't wanna get the last guy in the tier. Okay. Any final auction thoughts? Guys? I always will nominate my kicker and defense. I and try and get them for for buck. Right. Like I nominated nominated the. Yeah. Yeah, nobody wants to everybody wants to bid on a on a defense early like if you're gonna go. But like I caused David spend two dollars where he may have gotten them also point either either somebody will spend more than they wanted to or you'll get that that player for our with the Jags go for three, I think so. So they wanted the Jaguars for a dollar and ended up having been more. And that's another thing to consider..
"tier one" Discussed on WLOB
"Tier one generics but whatever the head of the fed tells congress wall street's will be listening closely markets not moving so much for now fox business network nicole pedal 80s live at the new york stock exchange after two big days on wall street yesterday the dow gained four hundred points right now the dow is relatively flat waiting to hear more from jay powell the head of the fed we do know that they're saying that the fed is on track to continue gradual rate increases the dow right now is flat at twenty five thousand 700 eight the nasdaq composite down fourteen at 74 owes sex the smp 500 down one and a half at 27 seventy 78 jp morgan hit another new high alltime high today this slightly lower but did raise its profit goals on lower taxes and higher rates other movers macy's up eleven and a half percent after quarterly reports chipotle way up five and a half percent upgrade over at baird analysts and it down eleven percent new low there after wider than expected loss and down projection dave rose wilma moving too much to streaming it's still above sixty three bucks a barrel gases down a fraction jubilation national average for regular just under two fifty two a gallon there's new research out centralizing pay disparities between men and women conventional wisdom suggests the higher your education the higher your paycheck however a study by georgetown university's centre on education in the workforce says that's not true for women compared to men instead analysis reveals men with an associate's degree earned nearly as much as women with bachelor's degrees even when researchers accounted for mitigating circumstances such as experience industry and hours worked women.
"tier one" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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"tier one" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Tier one generics walgreens trusted since 1901 president trump signs of memo directing the justice department to propose regulations to ban all devices like bump stocks used in the las vegas massacre pamela brown reports justice had been looking into it the white house for finding tear the pressure on the gun is she whip this memo though it is largely symbolic since the department of justice has already been undertaking a process to determine whether banning bumped stocks wouldbe legal today doj says that it understands that this is a priority for the president locally in a move aimed at making school safer and east providence state rep proposes legislation to encourage building school entrances that lim with access to the buildings representative greg amaury want schools to have at least one resource officer as well they're police for every 1200 students after night 11 you could see uh cleared differences in the way uh airport security uh operated and after new town we don't really see much difference in uh the way uh schools are secured and so we have to have that kind of intensity uh to to try to deal with this issue amaury maury who is a teacher says moves can be made now and the state level to help keep kids in school safe attorney alexander's one pleads guilty to lying to federal investigators about his interactions with the former trump campaign associate today representative ted lieu 'akaola forni democrat says the special council is gradually building the case in his rusher probe what we're seeing is robert hall of putting together his case brickbybrick piece by piece and rival as being very methodical but this guilty plea word almost lock in red gates guilty plea later this week in that puts tremendous pressure on paul manafort and if you order flip i think there'll be very dangerous for the trump administration and senator sheldon whitehouse former federal prosecutor says the vendors one plea carries a message wpro's steve klamkin with more senator sheldon whitehouse a former federal prosecutor notes several people have now pleaded guilty to lying.
"tier one" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
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"tier one" Discussed on Business Daily
"Of what they see as their rights as citizens will there be an environmental argument as well i mean we've seen in beijing of where you can appears they're trying to push out some of the migrants because they're trying to put caps on the size of this sprawling city that is so polluted nowadays yes i think they're certainly is an environmental issue about the growth of cities and the way in which power is generated to supply electricity needs of a burgeoning population on the other hand urbanised is a key part of the government's strategy for economic development i suspect that world there will be many attempts to try and restrict the growth of migrants in two china's tier one city so this would be beijing and shanghai there will still be i think a very strong emphasis on building out of auburn agglomerations away from these tier one cities are you expecting anything from this week's people's congress i'm not expecting anything specifically forbid the norm would be that the party will make lots of noises about where they broadly speaking plan to lead the country over the next five years but without going into detailed policies which would come out later perhaps next year this spring how much does who coq had to the sense of a twotier china for the haves and havenots i think it's definitely an aggravation of a growing rural urban divide there are also growing extremes in terms of healthcare coverage pension benefit pediatric care for example there is a major research programme which will she has identified childhood ailments which don't normally get treated as well or as sued in rural areas as they are in urban areas and which is leading to a growing problem of cognitive development as these children get into secondary school and higher education these social issues i think are becoming increasingly problematic as china becomes more morton and the race to be an advanced economy which is of see what the goal of the chinese authorities is that race is ending up with a lot of people being left behind.
"tier one" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Of goods and services so you would be really helpful if rural migrants who are probably about two hundred fifty two hundred seventy million if they actually all were treated as equals to the urban peers so that would mean that they they would have access to welfare and education and social services their standards of living would rise they would save less this would be part of the process of strengthening the consumption base of economy in the future given those arguments where is the resistance to reform coming from the resistance comes from local and provincial governments themselves where arguing with the central government to beijing as to who should pay for the incorporation of migrants in to the welfare system in the city's strictly speaking the local governments would be on the hook to do this but they are strap for cash strapped for revenues the second barrier to was the acceptance of hookah reform actually are urban residents themselves who know they ultimately would be on the hook to pay for the expansion of services towards their rural brethren and this quite a lot of resistance to the dilution of what they see as the rights of and citizens will there be an environmental argument as well i mean we've seen in beijing of megan appears they're trying to push out some of the migrants because they're trying to put caps on the size of this sprawling city that is so polluted nowadays yes i think they're certainly is an environmental issue about the growth of cities and the way in which power is generated to supply of electricity needs of a burgeoning population on the other hand urbanize eish is a key part of the government's strategy for economic development i suspect that world there will be many attempts to try and restrict the growth of migrants in two chinas tier one cities so this would be beijing and shanghai there will still be i think a very strong emphasis on building out of an agglomeration away from these tier one such he's are you expecting anything from this week's people's congress i'm not expecting any we think specifically forbid the norm would be that the party will make lots of noises about whereby broadlyspeaking planned to lead the country over the next five years but without going into detail policies which would come out later perhaps next year this.
"tier one" Discussed on NFL Live
"Coupled with the fact that jim caldwell has gotten them to the playoffs to enlist three years gives you the the feeling that this is going to be a pretty special year for matthew said again he was on an mvp face until that finger just barack fell off the rest of his hand and that leaves us might say no to the top five the kermet deluxe him the tier one quarterbacks really no surprises here there's not i think the debate was okay would ryan off of uh off of one great year preceded by a bunch of really good years right what are you get in last year cam knocked the door didn't quite make it but he's there and we'll see without cow shanahan and with some changes maybe their offensive line isn't as amazingly help years of was he'd be there again but he he's robbery and of course that twenty were fine up till superwoman alex mack in the nfc championship game late hurt zinke was really never the same but you mentioned matt ryan bill he's the youngest of these quarterbacks of thirty two hamas we know was forty aaron's 33 benz 35 drew brees is thirty eight where does the next tier one quarterback come from from tier two they'll be matt will be up there i think for a long time but you look at andrew luck you look at matthew stafford people like that and then the three young ones mary oda winston whence some of those guys are gonna is sent maybe all we'll ascend quickly and be up there pretty quickly they all have the ability to do so let me ask you this we didn't mention prescott do you have is just act sadek hamad tier one guy put her on his back and win throwing the ball i think so and yeah you're going to see a preseason we just talked about four very young quarterbacks if history is any guide.
"tier one" Discussed on WWL
"Quite alliances joe flaco won a fluke super bowl when he was probably a cheer higher we're looking was we're talking about playoff jio flack who may playoff euroflak who was aotearoa one or two guy but regular season joe flaco tier three solidly from it you know i've i've never really insist sister that joe flaco was a tier one or two or close to you leak quarterback or even in italy quarterback for sure he is he's emmys that is trend over personified i mean that's the epitome address dilfer right a guy he when he won that sued walls at alter he was a baltimore oh he had ray lewis on his team he had a really good defense and he turned got hot this like trent dilfer did and that postseason when for the baltimore ravens a two thousand they got out of the right time as a quarterback he's to streaky to be anywhere else for me as a quarterback as they passed his career passer reading his eighty four eighty four his last couple of seasons to fourteen touchdowns twelve fix twenty touchdowns fifteen pixels are far from a leader even tier two numbers for me next guy and i think that this guy may rise a little bit and i i'm a fan of his his taira taylor talking about tim zimmer after i think he's here three from it exbaltimore raven level of bill starter now idea and i know he is online aga and everybody else up there and i i just i have a real hard time putting him below this category but i still am i selling i'm waffling but i can't put him in this category either i i wanna put them like in the middle category he's in between tier 4 in tier two or three point five here's his career numbers he's a ninety two percent passer rating sixty two percent russian and he's over two to one well over two to one touchdowns interceptions 37 tvs in fourteen picks and look i have to consider just like i did with blake portals and a couple of other quarterbacks that i've debated on where with tears they belong in african sitter he he's been playing the buffalo in buffalo has been a train wreck for the better part of the time the he's been there i guess igf yeah i unfiled with him i'm fine with him in the trento forget away and i.
"tier one" Discussed on FinTech Insider
"So right away your kind of already on the on the back basically if you're looking to old for posture achieved results from the past go into future you can even do new things with with flex block pictures took can you give me some examples of way you guys have done this before and where it succeeded yeah sure i wish i could name a few names but hopefully will do that by the end of the year but for instance we're working with a very large telco for instance right now that had very large customer base almost fifty million subscribers they want launch financial products for the starter new banking subsidiary festival and looking lending and deposit products we have another tier one bank here in europe that can song opportunity in sme lending in europe which they were not really addressing very well and they built an online i mostly automated lending business focused entirely on sme running a completely separate subsidiary teams to play independence for the rest of the bank operations are independent and the technology they use obvious independence while using us as a platform and there's another dozen or so prospects in projects we have in the pipeline which are all of similar but larger situtions the market opportunity initials which they want to address and they want to build up not just a new technology stacked with a new operating model to support it so it's a two things that have to go handinhand you put a new technology stacked with an old operating model that also doesn't work as well i'm when you are right near operating mobile is that new way of thinking as well as new ways of working on what might those bay is that our cultural bit here is partially cultural isabelle gino being able to being an at relatively agile organization as much as financial solutions can be.