17 Burst results for "Tiffen"

"tiffen" Discussed on The RV Podcast

The RV Podcast

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"tiffen" Discussed on The RV Podcast

"Leisure travel vans. A pleasure way midwest automotive designs Fleetwood, Tiffen Integra, they'll be road treks their high mors there. Thor motor coach will be there and just say over one hundred of them, and some of the be a lot of we'll be there as I said doing meet and greet. But somebody else that you know, if you're a regular on our blog, our friend, Mary Jane curry, chef m j as she's known she'll be they're talking about cooking in an RV kitchen. And of course, the infamous dean corrigo from Lisa travel bans. We'll also be there. So you can come you ever watched any of dean's walk-throughs on on their vans? You'll you'll know dean he's a celebrity in its own, right. And he he's always. There. And he's delighted to show everybody some of their their layouts as well. So it's gonna be it's gonna be fun. I'm I'm really geeked up. We're in our second week now of ownership of our new leisure travel, vans, a unity FX with the Murphy bed. And I think tomorrow, we we've got we get some special work being done. We're having a detailed. It's gonna be fun. Get the bugs get the bugs off our our drive home to many bugs. Yeah, we hit love bugs and butterflies. And you know, if nothing like he gets mad at us for taking out all these wasn't our fault. They were on. Maybe we shouldn't. I don't know. Somebody will get mad thing for everything. But we got a detail.

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"tiffen" Discussed on The RV Podcast

The RV Podcast

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"tiffen" Discussed on The RV Podcast

"And everything you guys make now our class b pluses, which are really clash sees as we've as we've learned but a little more streamlined version. Write them. The idea of community. I want to go back to that for a moment. Back in your early history. Is I read on the website in nineteen seventy two you guys were almost wiped out with the fire. But then something really unusual. Would you explain that Ryan how how devastating fire nineteen seventy-two? One of the managers was actually killed in the fire, and it was devastating it wiped out the whole factory. And there was a lot of discussion. After that to what what you know, what the company should do to to deal with this, right? And the employee group actually approached the ownership at the time and says, you know, we'd be willing to help build the factory after this devastating event for for free. Just just so we get back up and running. And so, you know, at the time it was it was just unbelievable act of kindness in two of. Employees to to get this coming back up and running. They actually donated their labor there to build this place. That was the offer. It didn't actually I don't believe that that was actually needed. There was some insurance money to cover the rebuilding process. But it was more. The gesture that meant so much to the ownership right because they were considering their options whether to maybe just close up shop, you know, it was seven years from sixty five to seventy two's seventies into the business. And starting a new business is not easy. Right. And so there was talks about that in. That gesture really I think helped the ownership to to obviously rebuild in an, you know, it's a great thing that they did one of the things that has impressed. Jennifer me so much is that this is a family run business. And I go back to something that we were told some time ago by Bob Tiffen from Tiffin motorhomes well-known beautiful luxury motor coaches now. I think they make a classy as well, but mostly known for their class as but I was asking him about advice, and he talked about how in the RV industry. It was so important that. That consumers try and buy from a family one business. And I wanted to ask you that. I said this is the family win business can consumers rest a little easier with a family when business, and then perhaps one of those big corporate manufacturers that have million different divisions and a million different products. But what makes a family one business likely she travel? That's so unique. I think it's hard to blanket statement that is certainly agree with Bob statement, obviously. But I think I can save for our company that our employees truly care they care about the quality of the product they care about the how the customer is treated, you know, before and after the sale and how that relates to a family run business. I think that there's there's just more of a connection to the company per se. This is your name. This is your family's name really out there and.

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"tiffen" Discussed on This Week in Travel

This Week in Travel

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"tiffen" Discussed on This Week in Travel

"What we found was instead of things going on the pinchers bullet. We were putting up pitches at experiences in places in it was really clear by the end of the evening while we just really want to travel. We don't wanna be flexing on accumulation of material goods here when it trying to get your house, or you know, fancier car, we wanna go places things in have no time together. And so we really started taking a lot more about that not came down the next morning. He said remember that couple that we made at that pizza restaurant in Colorado Springs, and they will living full in anomaly, and and we met this couple who. Having a boss aimed. They will come of as it was a first time we'd ever heard of such a thing ain't neck onto the wheels. Turning. And we started researching and within about eight nine months on the road full-time sell the house in Colorado, and he four and a half years in fifty states Lleida still still still driving Ford half years, and how many miles. Fifty states fifty states. Okay. But we didn't take the AVI to Hawaii. And it's a tough tough drive. Although the traffic is light traffic is light the needs sa- maintenance. So what? So you you started traveling RV. First question is the RV you have now the same when he started with? It's not we started with we've already changed RV a lot of people. Meet change them more frequently than we have. We just changed ours this spring, but we've also known people that keep their RV's for over ten years at a time. But when we first hit the road, we had different needs for our travels when we first at the road, I had my regular full-time job for another company. And so I wanted to have an RV that had a separate workspace that I could close off today to keep foundries. Whereas now, join I work more for our selves. And so and we work together more. So we have a floor plan that has more. Flexible and open we worked together a lot more. But we both we've had a motorhome both times. And we totally towed vehicle. So that we can do our exploring with the vehicle that we behind the motorhome you had a Wednesday go here saying. It was actually this is actually a Tiffen class a gas motor home. It was thirty six eight loan. And you mentioned, you know, having an office most obvious do not come with an office. We actually bolt cold up bunk house model, so it's designed for families traveling with kids with two bunk beds, and we actually took the bunk beds out and converted into a dedicated office and put on it. But couldn change in rods. Mont could literally pull the curtain on the office at the end of the day. Never had to look at his computer. We've really strong boundaries around with life balance. At least Winnie heady still it's getting a little blurred. Now, what was your job at the time? My job at the time. I was worked in operations for nutrition company nutrition supplement company out of Texas, but I was living in Colorado. And that's kind of continuation on how this all happened is that we start at once. I finally had a job I could do remotely. I started re-defining the definition of home. Right. So that you could doesn't have to be a physical location anymore because people I worked with had no idea where I was at any time. And so that's when you look at mobile internet, like my FIS and stuff you're talking about the wife is on the ships..

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"tiffen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"tiffen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The rim tapped out by Fowler. But it's grabbed by Williams on the Ron Williams up against Baldwin Baldwin tried to contest it, but William stuck it through for two Williams did a good job of getting into the body of Kamar Baldwin just creating enough space to slip that ball off the window. There were a couple of other BULLDOGS coming in trying to block it as well. As a nice finish Thompson hands off McDermott's three to start Butler leads Tiffen ninety seconds into this game Baldwin up top back over McDermott out on the wing down low. Fowler left side spotting up against Walden Fowler in the lane right hand up and it rolls off scooped up by Walden. Williams back over to mavens mavens defended by Baldwin out of the way. Just about two minutes in Butler with a three two advantage Williams for three from straight away land. And he missed that one of the right side of the iron BULLDOGS picking up the Kerem Baldwin between the laying down on the wing now starting to move inside. Hesitating gets into the lane spins around and shot does not fall down danced around the iron Fowler. Couldn't quite grab the rebound number three dragons jerseys underneath and they come away with the board. Now, it's made out of the free throw line backout atoms direction over to his left and may who Trump fifty six in a game earlier. Here's Williams who goes to the line for two low block Williams has been aggressive here early. He's been the one dragon who's really look to attack. You get a couple of. Pull ups that time as you said kind of wheel got into the to the body of Aaron Thompson, and that'll be the first person on the dogs in the first on air and obviously two shots here. Joshua Williams sophomore transferred from the community college of Rhode Island. Couple of forty point games was tenth in the junior college ranks last year in scoring couple substitution. I once the game in for Tiffen Chabot seat. It's as well. I look at Justin Miller. Six to sophomore who is a three point shooter as well. As a true freshman Thomas Hickman. From Westerville Ohio. One or two on that trip at the line. And it's a three three game. Go right back to Nate on the block here Fowler. Spins this time baseline catches Walden in the air. And a foul is committed. Nato go to the line for two. Previous trip made elected to go towards the middle with that job. It just rolled off. Just a little shoulder fake towards the middle this time, and he spun back baseline and then the shot. Got his defender.

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"tiffen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"tiffen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Team Hungary to build on the success of last season Butler and Tiffen in the first exhibition of the season. The Butler basketball pregame show starts right now pleasant. Good afternoon. We welcome you inside Hinkle Fieldhouse alongside my broadcast partner, Nick Gardner. I'm Mark minner. Join us for another season about their basketball, Nick good to be back with you again partner. And it's it's fun to be back inside Hinkle Fieldhouse for it. Sure is. It's just it's hard to believe it. We're already in here. But boy, I can't wait to get going and really an exciting year. I mean, you're talking about a veteran group coming back for the voucher. Not many teams in the country are gonna find six players coming back that average fifteen plus minutes in what might these guys were averaging minutes on on some, you know, taking their lumps getting beat it. They were playing winning basketball. You know, you you mentioned it, and you're you're a bucket a player to away from Sweet Sixteen bird. In the vow Jordan's first year, and so obviously spearheaded by the return of Kamar, Baldwin all big east selection. A guy who's gonna lead the way in many games. You know, ask them all goes, the dogs will go, but don't sleep on those other guys got guys who can shoot a conspiracy floor as I said you've got guys that understand how to win and how understand how to win together. And that is a rarity returning in college basketball these days, and I'm excited to see what the vote seven store this season man in the second year for Lavalle, Jordan nephew. You saw his first campaign. The have a good non conference you worked to a nine and I record and big east you get into the wind game. Not only that Mark you do. So when you get the job in June. You're just fighting up hill you add in a foreign trip. So that takes away, although that's good. I it's great that those guys were kind of able to go bond as a team as far as the other stuff recruiting all the he was behind on that. So I think for he for Balan his staff to have a full offseason with the guy's a full year of being able to work with guys. It was big. And look the other thing you gotta notices. There was one new hire in the off season the strength and conditioning coach Johnson. And the first thing you notice Mark is when you see they look different don't they? Absolutely. They certainly do. I mean, he has done a great job. He's really involved everybody. He's he's he's done a great job of making things exciting for these guys is they work in the summer when it's not very exciting to go in there and work. And so, yeah, that's another thing this off season where you got a full-time strengthening conditioning coach who's there strictly for the basketball team in order to get them better. And I don't know about you, Mark. But to the naked either notice we stronger, those guys body certainly changed for the better. And I'm excited to see how that can pay dividends. Only right now but throughout the season as far as recovery things of that nature lifting on the road things like that. I think that's going to be a big bonus here for these guys. And it'll be impressive to see the impact. And you mentioned it to the rest of the staff coming back, and that has been like a scene assistant coaches transition a lot in college basketball. But to have the entire assistant coaching staff back with your head coach and administrator dish, and Mark we've seen this this program has done. Well, even with all the turnover, right? And that's a credit to those guys in the uniform. They're kind of the ones that look it's a real credit to the guys that are no longer in uniform this season Keelan Tyler and their ability through all that turnover and all that change to keep things together. But you can't tell me it's not a bonus to be able to to have some continuity this season to be able to hear the same voices and have the same message, etc. Etc. And so I think that's a lot of a lot of positives. Coming in and yet, Mark you still you look, you know, David woods had a great article where Kamar Baldwin know put up all these numbers. But he's still not talk. About very much nationally. Now granted the biggies knows how good he is. I think the big east understands kind of Butler at the same time. It's the same old story as far as guys kind of flying under the radar, and I bet you they'd have it no other way. But that's not gonna deter if anything it's gonna fuel that fire a little bit more. But I know myself you, and like a lot of people around here are really excited to see what these dogs have in store. Well, we've got a lot more to cover on the pre-game show Tiffen and Butler in an exhibition on.

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"tiffen" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"tiffen" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"Oh, wow. Wow. Are you hiring writers. No. And the reason why del Griffiths had even heard west Memphis was because year earlier before the killings had even occurred, Dale had gotten a call from a concerned citizen named Jerry driver about some mean old kids carrying staffs down at the trailer park. Griffis said that his experience included a twenty six year career in law enforcement of which I'm not throwing into doubt at all. He was in fact deputy chief of the Tiffen police department, and he did bother many people about the prevalence of call crimes because you know how it isn't Tiffin Ohio. It's a hot bed of the meddling of Satan, fates of humankind. Tiffin, Ohio. The final battle of Armageddon. Yep. His main qualification in his mind was his doctoral degree from Columbia Pacific university, Columbia, University alum, BI Pacific universal. As well as his consulting practice about satanism. He was a satanism consultant in like, what was that? Did he tell people what shade of black aware? What is what does he satanism consultant? Exactly. Honestly, it's better to have a red base black than blue spot because you don't really because black lights, fuck with the blue base black. Well, the fact you know that all right, it doesn't matter. Satan is consultant. I, I have the same level of expertise that he'd us griffis. He'd even written four books. He wrote the investigation manual for nontraditional groups, a primer for law enforcement on non traditional groups, runes glimpse and alphabets who Altro and the four faces of Satan. Ooh, what are those confused her face? It's all. Is actually eyeing laughing one, the frowning one, and the one that they'll read mad. Thing is though Columbia Pacific university was a non accredited correspondents college. That was shuttered by a court order in the year. Two thousand and is now represented visually on Google by picture of the founder with his cat. Hello, my name is Patrick. My name is Patrick Thomasson. Of Columbia Pacific versity and this is my first PHD student here. Mr. muffins. Got he d and making biscuits belly. Oh, that's actually tougher cats. But still despite the many protestations of the defense, judge Burnett allowed Griffiths to testify in the area of the cult. And this after Burnett denied both a polygraph expert and a false confessions expert in jesse's trial because he didn't consider them pertinent. Okay..

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"tiffen" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"tiffen" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Would put Wayne State to one in four. It's it's it's tough to really describe it because this crowd had a moment where they were getting back into it. There was a little bit of a fight back that I like from Wayne State I liked they didn't give up at all. But looking like they're gonna fall short. Nick Watson in the shotgun. Formation three. Receivers said he keeps the ball on the ground hitting the backfield squirming towards that. I I'm not getting there though, gets up to about the forty two yard line picks up a gain of one. So that will set up a third and two warriors used their last time out. With the minute and five seconds left. Tiffany is gonna do one or two things here. They're going to get the first down on the ground in game is over. Or they're going to get it stopped short on the ground. But let the clock run down to about twenty seconds, and then punted away and Wayne State would get the ball with just a few plays left. Down two touchdowns. After nine o'clock here in midtown Detroit. Still just a beautiful night down here. Glad you could join us. They hope at least you've been entertained. I hate to go. Gladiator up. But are you not entertained, Josh Renault? Good line. Thank you. Shotgun formation. Handoff. I down in bowl games. That's it. Tiffen comes into Detroit knocks off Wayne states. That is unfortunately when you look at the previous history. Wayne State leads Tiffen seven games. The now four wins were Tiffen. But Tiffin one last year by twenty they're going to win this year by fourteen. Victory formation now for the dragons all they have to do a snap the ball one more time, and unfortunately warrior fans the warriors are going to drop their fourth straight fall to one in four on this season. Tiffen has beaten Wayne State four of the last five.

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"tiffen" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"tiffen" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Welcome back warrior fans, Wayne State marching band. Warriors, cutting in this league is now a twenty seven thirteen game with five twenty eight to go here in the fourth quarter under the lights Tom Adams field. So glad you could join us wherever you may be. Broadcast partner, Josh Ronel. My name is Shawn baligian in the crowd, really getting into the Titanic Cam Titanic. Cam Jeff seems to be a big fan of it. He is he's he Jeff Weiss has his arms outright. Have Jeff over the press? I mean, they're really missing the opportunity you need to tell them. I would hold Jeff Weiss like that. Be right out the window with the Titanic camp. That would be awesome. And then you yelled, everybody on the king of the world, that'd be awesome. Wouldn't it? That that has to happen. It has to happen. Okay. Well, Tiffen looks like they are playing the onsite kick. Wayne state. Not necessarily showing their hand yet on if they're gonna kick an onside kick yet or not. They got all three timeouts. They are definitely playing for it. The deepest, man. Josh is standing at the twenty nine yard line. So let's see if that's what the warriors elected. He backed up. Now Hines is just gonna try that on side kick there. Who's got it? The warriors say they have it. They do there's the official confirmation. What a fake job thereby Hinds liked it. I liked that kick the great gig high bounce near some pushing and shoving after the fact flags are flying everywhere. Now three different flags on that play. Unbelievable that that ball was initially looked like it was recovered by Tiffen Glenn. I think Glenn went down on the bottom of the pilot just said mine. Yeah. No. He jumped right down there. And then pull the Tiffin's. Receiving onsite hands. Theme you like to call them actually had the ball between his feet not so much the hands team there ball was between the speed as it slipped behind him. Recover. You score a touchdown and things get interesting. Yes. It's not interesting yet. Yes. But you score a touchdown here. There's plenty of time left. The warriors do have their full complement of timeouts as well. I think it would be in your best interest. Not to dilly dally down the field. Right. Not to be confused with dilly, dilly, dilly, dally down the field now and find a way to get it in the enzyme agree now all three timeouts, you're you're getting the ball right around midfield. Which is great starting position. We got to see what these flags were. I I would have to imagine. They're offsetting. Yes. On side kick recovered by Wayne State..

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"tiffen" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"tiffen" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Theaters. Yeah. Get us ready for it. Well, the new Halloween. This coming out October nineteen so people that are fans of that genre of I guess some of that series. Michael Myers were all kinds of exciting. Hines kicks us off deep into the night fair catch call four so another touchback for the dragons and they'll start out at the twenty five in this offense. Josh many things going right for this offense tonight. This Tiffany offense. Yeah. A lot, but they're gonna need to respond. Wayne State put together a nice, just over four minute drive only three points out of it. It's still cars into that lead. A lot of time left that they come back to make up this eighteen point deficit. But in though, if they continue to produce points that would make a lot tougher. So I expect tip into maybe be a little bit more conservative on the in run the ball more. So than throwing it this half Watkins or excuse me watching shotgun. Formation pass to the far side. Incomplete right in front of his bench. The receiver looked in the past went out harmlessly incomplete into the Tiffen bench. And and Josh, you're right. You made mention of this. But I think it bears repeating the dragon fans represented more fans on the far-sighted field. And we normally see I know they've got the whole way sans pretty much full. Tiffen starting opting the past. I didn't work second intend. Now, they keep it on the ground breaking out of one tackle the line of scrimmage putting his head down in plowing down to about the thirty six yard line setting up. What should be a third and four nice run by Brunson. They're broke national tackle right around the linebackers Bill in the whole would have been about a two yard pickup. Shrug that off picked up six instead much more manageable third-down look for those underneath.

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"tiffen" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"tiffen" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"I'm Krista Tiffen and this is on being today for the anniversary of joke, harder Steph were returning to my two thousand three conversation with him. One of our very first shows and one of our most beloved, Joe embodied the beauty sorrow, and hidden meanings within the spirituals songs composed by nameless bards and slavery. And yet a tradition that gave us gospel blues jazz and hip hop. Were there songs reaching back to the ancestors? Do you think they felt that also that old belief that was planted in them of their songs reaching God aren't thinking early days of slavery is because for a long time, there were a lot of ancestors from Africa who were still there on the plantations. And so the got that sense for example, with Mary McLeod. But soon her grandmother came over from Africa with two sisters and she remembered the songs and stories and sang, though songs to the children. Now, nobody in my family now remembers any of the songs that we have the stories of her singing the songs to the children and so on. And part of the songs were it was through the songs at the faith was transmitted. You know, I mean, it's really it's taking the story hole and passing it on. It's pretty good bible study who story of slavery. Yeah, the exodus captive terms in Egypt. And so you know. Go down Moses way down to each applied until pharaoh, let my people go. And sometimes I imagine how some of those songs of were used. And I imagine someone on unplanted the the master who is always very happy when he hears the slave singing because he knows where they are. He knows not escaping as long as they're gonna hear them. An old master comes out one day. He says, hey, Joe, Joe, I don't hear nobody singing on their guys struck me up on good old spiritual songs. You know how I like them. Give me one of them got all songs. And in. Often when I go to school children, I have them sing with me. I say, okay, pretend you're going to you're all slaves. Okay. And and master wants us to sing on which we don't really wanna sing from after doing, oh no, we don't. I tell you something. The master loves are singing, but he doesn't listen to the words. We say he doesn't have a clue what Brits so we can say anything we want. So let's give the master good ole song with the kids. Israel was any land that people go oppress so hard. They could not stand, let my people go go. Way down Egypt's land until Phero let my people go. And after he goes through the sunlight Heo master, how is that one. One of the connections also that I learned about that period of time from my grandparents was my grandfather was a storyteller and he would regale the the family every time we were together with slavery stories. I mean, that's what he always talked about, and there was a slave by the name of John who was the star of all of these. And you never knew whether the story was true or not, but it was always funny and it got your attention. Grandpa was good storyteller, but there was also always a moral at the end of the story. But the one theme that went through all of these stories was the end of the story was that John had outsmarted the master. He was always a head of the master. So there is this concept. The master doesn't really understand us. We play a role for him and he sees us in a certain way and we'll play that role as much as we can so that we all get whooped. So we've got to understand his thinking, but he can never understand our thinking. And so the spirituals are all all of the spirituals, all of the songs were masks as well as you know, these transcendent wonderful moments. They were also signals for escape. For example, with. Which foes right along with what I was. Yeah. Okay. Good. This was one of my grandmother's favorite songs too. Stew. St. Two. I've got to St.. Way hole..

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"tiffen" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

Accidental Tech Podcast

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"tiffen" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

"You may not have opinions about overflowing extra drives, but what are your opinions about overflowing bowls? So I think I mean, if you if you take the question as as written, how do you store even more video file, even more large video files than what extra drives can hold then? Yes, sure. You know something like sinology or other Nass type solution is the way to do that. But that's, you know, if you're filling up extra hard drives, I mean extra hard as you can get those what ten terabytes now. So if you're filling those up, you're gonna fill up phonology pretty soon to a sinologist box with like eight hard drives in it. So you'll fill it up on this fast, won't you? I guess, but like that it basically it brings more problems. It's it's one and it's and you know, this analogy you, you know, I, I still have the one that case. You've mentioned that you know that we all got as freebies. Thanks to their generosity and you know, I use it. I don't really think about it much. It just is there. It's like a big archive drive for me and Tiffen. It's an and you know, it just kind of serves a couple of minor roles, but for the most part, she's like a big archive drive and it's our time Michigan host Dr. And so it's nice for that and I don't. I don't ever really go update really like I'll remember the doing me once a year. I'll go update the software on whatever, whatever, but for the most part updates itself a self going and don't really ever have to know about it. I keep it in my garage. It runs there year round twenty four, seven, and it's fine. So you know, I, it isn't a whole lot of of work to keep it, but it is just like one more thing. It's one more, you know, avenue of complexity. It's one more thing that you have to buy and you know, these are not cheap. I think empty. It's something like a thousand dollars. It's like that for for for one with a bunch of bays in it, you know, a bunch of disks that's probably another like thousand bucks for for large ones if not more than that. So like you putting all the money to this thing, and it's another thing to manage and isn't listening to me. Obtain, and it's another thing that might have security issues that you need to worry about or hear about or get patched or whatever else. It's like you add a lot of complexity to this and then you have this big loud, it's well. Yeah, it's kind of out of me if this big box full of discs that are probably loud somewhere in your house that you have to maintain leave on and pay for the power for and everything else. So it's a pretty large solution. Instead, I would say before you jump into that, I would ask yourself, is there any way I can find a way to need to keep fewer or smaller via files forever, you know, is there is there some other addresses problem? And I don't know. You know what Brahmins needs are here. Could be could be that you know that they're storing like source video files for for video creation projects that just can't be down razzed or or anything else. But you know if it's the case of storing, you know, like final cut working files, video project files. What format does have to be in, do they really have to be stored like in pro res- where it's like this massive like, you know, minimally compressed or unimpressed source file? Or is it key be stored as like the final output file? Does it really need? Do you need to swirl the source? Do you need store the sources in high in the highest format? Can it? Can they tolerate compression? Once they go once there are certain age old, things like that just to avoid needing store, such massive files and quite so many of them because if you're if you're going through terabytes entire bites, that's those are pretty significant needs for somebody who's trying to like, you know, like not for not like a video production company for just one person. That's pretty substantial. And so if there's any way to do to deal with. Just addressing the problem of do you really need to keep all these end? They really need to be as big as they are. I would try to solve that or really take a hard look at that first..

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"tiffen" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"tiffen" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Welcome back everyone to the Doug debate show as a. Pet parent myself one of my main concerns is safety for me and safety. For, my pets well, our next guest I'm so happy to, tell you about she's the founder of, run lights there, this light, weight wearable waited weird lights that solved my safety problem and other pet parents safety. Problems as well because when you go on those late night walks and you're trying to walk with the, little poop bag and you're trying to walk with the flashlight and you're trying to. Balance your dog it. Gets really tough so, our next guest Mary Tiffen has the, answer to that so welcome Miri to the. Dougie, divas show oh thank. You so much I'm so happy to. Be here today we're so happy to have you now for the listeners who may not be. Familiar with you could you just tell us a little about yourself and about any pets that you may have Absolutely so I. Am, a mom of three. Very very busy challenge and I'm also. The mother of this crazy crazy bulldog by the name of Mucci he is a wild and. Crazy four-year-old old English bulldog and he's just a sashes cutest little thing that you've ever seen Yeah Dogs and they do tend to have a little Sassan. Them Oh did you and what's really funny that Mucci is that, Mucci most people think that BULLDOGS are kind of low energy but Mucci is a bulldog that. Actually likes to go on jobs with my son's an I so she's a very loving sweet. Darling, dog that is actually kind of active for a bulldog well. It's, good because, it, sounds like you. Fits into your lifestyle oh. He's. Yes, he's he's a wonderful he's a wonderful little dog yes now what or who was the inspiration for run lights show show, when we created the run lights product about four years ago I actually created them, because I was running at night and as a single mom I was concerned Learned about my safety so as a single mom I would have to, wait till all of my. Sons were done with all. Of their work in their activities so I. Could take care, of, my you? Know physical activity needs so I would have to run at night but what we also found is that, when we had to walk our dog then at the time we were also the owner of. A sweet boxer name angel we we would walk angel and Mucci in the evening an injury. Of, course was very docile and Mucci was kind of crazy that. When, we tried, to, walk angel and. Mucci we were trying to. Balance. The, flashlights and the poopie bag and the dog treats and the leashes we've found that by walking the two it was not, as enjoyable it was enjoyable for them certainly it was kind of hard to manage, so we check The. Product that I created for. Runners and we started wearing them on our. Dog walk in A whole lot easier friends I'm telling, you this, is like a godsend because people that are like you. And like me, and there's you know all my listeners. Are dog lovers and some cat lovers and I mean you can go, out if you're looking if. You want to go at your, cat at night in the yard you're instead of the flashlight you'll have these great, gloves on, but it sort of takes away the need to. Have the flashlight have the. Like you know poopie back like have everything there and you're right. I forgot about. The treats you're balancing so many things that it's not really an enjoyable walk it's more like so what you did is you kind of took, one, of the cumbersome steps. Out and you have these run like gloves that are so well they're they're lightweight and comfortable but I want you to tell the listeners to to tell us all about it to the features that, construction and it's certainly a. Benefit. Not. Only, to runners or people who work outside at night but also to pet parents sure sure well The keys you know. For going on, dog watch was to make sure that. You were shaking your dog aides were safe and and what we noticed, you know intriguing product is. Safety is the most important is, the most important product when you're doing anything at night when you're walking the dog, when you're, taking the garbage out so we wanted to create. A light seal Oliver wears. So that not only would the wear be to see in front..

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"tiffen" Discussed on Don Talk

Don Talk

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"tiffen" Discussed on Don Talk

"Dan tall today is Thursday July nineteen twenty eighteen or as I like to call it grocery shopping day, which is when I bow my groceries, Thursday mornings, I tell my clients I'm out of pocket until about two o'clock every Thursday because I have groceries to shop for. In believe it or not, they they get it. They understand. All right. First up, e sports is heading to Georgia's high schools. Now, this one was of particular interest to me because of course, I am based in south central Georgia. And so anytime anything like this, there's a, there's a side of me that is the technical, the nerdy because I've mind tire career has been involved with technology and the fact that my my oldest son actually works for twitch, which is the largest video game streaming platform on the planet. This type of stuff really does interest me, especially whenever it starts striking close to home. So as with most high schools, you know, baseball and basketball and especially football always dominate the school sports right here in Georgia specifically, but there's a new sport in town and it's called Eastport. Competitive gaming is all. Already a big deal apparently owned Georgia's college campuses, but in June, which was just what nineteen days ago. The Georgia high school association announced that schools will be allowed to form east sports teams in the upcoming school year. Now, varsity teams will be able to compete in popular multiplayer games like overwatch and league of legends. The first competitive season is expected to launch in October. So I posted this on Facebook page that I have called Tipton talks which the purpose of that page is to provide information of things going on locally and in the surrounding area, but also like to post information that's actually going on in the state of Georgia, sometimes northern Florida, a little bit of Alabama because I've been questioned on that before I posted something that wasn't Tipton related. And somebody said, what does this got to do with Tiffen? And I said, well, this isn't Tiffen Centric. This is stuff that I think tip tonight's might be intro. Sted at and they were like, oh. So I did I posted this and the one comment that I've received so far because I posted it this morning was while that's all we need children's spend too much screen time already. And how can that be considered a sport you're not moving? So I responded to that comment or by explaining the times change. And then I even went so far as to lament about how my parents and my friends parents how they would react to us playing video games all the time. You know, you're never making a living sitting around playing video games all day. Yeah. Let me draw your attention to a guy named ninja who makes between five hundred and seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars per month from playing video games. Yeah. So I think this qualifies as a sport just as well as anything else does in high school. I mean, hell at least this way you don't get brain damage or blow out a knee at most. You might get carpal. Tunnel syndrome. I want around out the show today by by talking about something a little personal. You know, a lot of times I like to go and find headlines that I think are interesting, and I want to tell you the information and then I wanna give you my opinion on it. And a lot of times I like to go out there and find some really weird and obscure headlines because I like to think that this show is all about talking about the topics, especially down here in the south that people don't wanna talk about. So something recently has happened that that made me sit down and contemplate this. And I jotted down here how living your life in raising your kids differently than what the social norms dictate can affect their ability to thrive grow and get a job. So I run my own company. I've, I've been.

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"tiffen" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"tiffen" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"To so i feel like anyone who is coming out this and being like where do i get these other perspectives from people who are marginalized you know try to maybe look past rotten tomatoes go to other sources go on twitter find the critics whose sensibilities you most admire or maybe they just have an entertaining way of talking about things or what they're saying is inciteful to try to like to me like if i'm trying to give advice to people who are looking for different perspectives expand your horizons you know we just have a little bit of time left but larson also announced that the sundance and toronto film festivals will be giving twenty percent of its press passes this year to underrepresented journalist charles what he think this'll have an effect on the move about how films and tiffen sundance will be reviewed i think it's important it's critical i mean this industry from the from from the programmers to the executives to people line and project to the critics there needs to be representation than we need to there needs to be reformed there the idea that you know i'm gonna film spider boy many years ago and i recall reviewer basically calling sickle cell anemia cancer right now that actually is is not accurate and maybe seem like it's interchangeable to you but to an audience to people whose reading the material for people who this film is about it's a disservice so i really think that it's it's critical that we do that because as much as craters believe that you know they they don't wanna be swayed by by reviews those so forth the distributors producers everyone is looking at those things and it is a way that films are either made made or break guys we covered so much oh my god so much coming in thank you charles officers and award winning filmmaker and director tina hassani a is a regular arts contributor to the national post rights for many other canadian publications.

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"tiffen" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"tiffen" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Say okay what do you want me to do with that information we'll stay trailer i saw for tim burton's original batman when michael gayton is holding that guy up in the trailer and says i'm batman i did lose my great friends and then the other of the trailers when that guys running and he's behind the wall and he sticks his arm out and out looking i'll i'll never forget that so not only is he been going to the tiffen cipolla for a long time this is his regular stick and i wonder do people realize what their name is and then become the type of person that makes it insufferable or was just that type of person given a name i think he changed his name like i don't think this is his name i think he's going to think he was born bruce wayne bruce wayne but i would also like to jump ahead and predict what the number is that you're going to have us guests which is and how many times he went to how many more sentences before we get to know but is that the number you're gonna ask us yeah so we know that so wait again and beyond the snowing to say thirty thirty we have no rules against guessing the same number when it opened way back in two thousand sixteen bruce found that the restaurant's menu lined up well with his diet and he set out to beat the current record of nonstop eating from tobias said that about you polo and i wouldn't call that china's very.

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"tiffen" Discussed on The Talk Show

The Talk Show

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"tiffen" Discussed on The Talk Show

"I do not have nerve like you can get in our problems but once you're you're picking a nerd problems is obviously something bigger going on that's the problem so i'm not concentrating on those but the main thrust of that is was rows right to knock finn off course like is clearly the movie wants you to think that she has right because it says the giver let her have speech and say this is the way we win not by you know a destroying things we hate by by saving the things that we love and i love you and that's why i saved you my read on the movie is that the movie is trying to communicate and i believe that if influ into that begun where there nothing because he's a little bit i think so any into a big high thing there's probably pretty sturdy and even if it hadn't fired even if he flew into it before it fired he's not gonna stop the damn gun and even if he did stop the gun there is another one that like that it would have actually been a useless gesture and that fin was trying to be like no we got to win we got beat him in his his arca silly as it might be would like to learn not to be all like you got beat everett he'd already beaten fastness missile it's tough and have them do in summing pigheaded again but really it's part of roh's is now showing her being more levelheaded and say don't be an idiot finn like we need you and the resistance and what you're doing now is dumb and post figured out he learned his little arc after millions of people died to be like let's not do the suicide mission to be the hero let's preserve what we have left again i think oppose arc is also very hands vested in maybe not as sort of maturing believable as it could be but i'm mostly on board with bros being right tiffen was being stupid and the rose is being smart and that that is roses here a moment of her saving finn from himself and getting the smooth before she pass this out.

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"tiffen" Discussed on The RV Podcast

The RV Podcast

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"tiffen" Discussed on The RV Podcast

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