35 Burst results for "Timmy"
Big tech companies back away from selling facial recognition to police
"Big companies are saying they're not gonNA make facial recognition technology so just the quick rundown IBM announced it's no longer offer, develop or research facial recognition technology. There's some important caveats that Amazon has banned the police from using its. Facial recognition system called recognition for the next year. Which is the other caveat? Internally. Microsoft, which is sort of talked about this? A lot has said we will not sell facial recognition to the police. Insult Congress Passes Privacy Law. Another caveat they're all caveated announcements, but. Just before we started recording, I was saying you do not see a technology at this stage of development. Halted in any way because of social concerns, so walk us through what's happening? Obviously in the context of black lives matter the protests, but walk us through what is going on anouncements and how they work? Yeah, I mean so I. Think something that I definitely want to highlight up. Top is the history of criticism of these systems which goes back years, and there's a few researchers particularly enjoyable Weenie Timmy Gebru who, in two thousand, eighteen published a paper called gender shades. which they really sort of provided the first comprehensive empirical evidence that there are racial and gender bias with these systems, so that's been alone of criticism that's been picked up. Push forward by people like the ACLU. Now obviously with protests across America and greater scrutiny on. Police and law enforcement in January that's now pushed out to the four, but these criticisms go back years, so it's really important that they're now. Being taught about an action is happening as you said, there's been three announcements IBM on Monday Amazon Wednesday, Marcus often Thursday, but each of them deserves different caveats. Amazon Microsoft announcements obviously goes together because they're going for a twelve month. Ban and IBM's goes in a different slot. Because they're saying we're going to stop doing this. Totally however I would say. I've been desperately trying to get IBM to answer some specific questions. About the scope of this band and they have been very unhelpful. You both will have experienced this before when you go. Okay, so I have a little question here, and just like a yes, or no answer. And how do you feel about giving that? Go? James We've written a blog post. Just like to read the blog posts. Donald explain everything and. Post but I had some questions about the blog post and they will not. Have you really read the? Anyway. For a company who who make software that claims to like understand the of human knowledge, and is able to like actually literally debate you. The inability to engage in a discussion about its products is fascinating. Maybe you're actually talking to their debate. Ai and not to real human. Oh, my God yeah, it turns out. Watson sucks. It only generates blog posts with ambiguous claims. And cannot answer a follow up so James Real quick just give us a brief intro. How does facial recognition work so facial recognition is based on machine learning. which is sort of technology that looks for patterns in large data sets, and then tries to predict or find those patterns elsewhere. In this case, the patterns it's looking for our measurements based on your face now there's lots of different ways that these algorithms work, but basically they're looking for say the distances between certain landmark features on your face that could be the distance between your eyes from your nostrils to the tip of your mouth between your eyebrows all. All those sorts of things so they will be scanning faces. They will be measuring those little points, and then they will be comparing them to a database. There's different ways that could happen. You might be doing a one, too many find where you have a face that you've say record on TV and you're looking for it in a big watch list of people, or it might be a one to one thing which is what happens at a passport. Border check where you have one picture one face, and you're just looking to see if there are match or not, those technologies are implemented in very various ways. You know some people use them to pull footage from TV that they analyze later. Some do live TV stuff that's happened in London for example and somewhat to integrate them onto body cameras as well so there's a lot of different ways is coming up, but you're basically getting an algorithm that looks at your face and looks to see if it matches another. Let's start at the top right. There is the gender shades paper. There is this just enormous body of evidence that. Facial recognition systems are biased against gender and race. Just unpack that a little bit, and what does that actually mean in practice for people? What should people understand about that? So that means that the same? System when it's looking at a white face when it's looking in the face of a person of color. It is going to be just less accurate when it comes to matching identities when it comes to just simply saying say what gender, it thinks that person is these algorithms consistently get lowest scores for non white faces. It's really as simple as that. The huge terrifying scary things is when you think about how those judgments then going to be used by people with power over your life, whether that's the law enforcement, or whether that's a private company. Many of whom are buying these systems and integrating them say into a watch list for the shop, and they are going to start going well system says your on our. Nautilus, and you can't come into the shop and you know what recourse you have in a scenario right, so I always think of this in terms of the TSA. A Brown man who regularly travels the bag, full batteries and wires I have many interactions with the TSA, but I'm in the airport.
Is This the End of Facial Recognition?
"Back in the summer of two thousand seventeen before she her research on Algorithm. Bias, Deborah she was working at a company called, clarify a computer vision startup, and that's where I got introduced till machine learning, and Ai, and I kind of entered the research world, and I remember the first time I saw my first face data set. Noticing right away that there was a lack of diversity in representation in the data sets, and I was trying to have this conversation with people in my office, but also just more broadly. I was trying to say like. Hey, I think this is the problem, but the response is always like it's so hard to collect data. Why would we think about this extra dimension of representations like this is so hard to do what you're asking for is something that? Is so difficult and like this is the way it's done in. Everyone's accepted. That was sort of the response. I was getting. At the same time, the dead was noticing this lack of representation in the data set. Another computer scientists had noticed it, too. Hello I'm joy. Appoint of Code on a mission to stop an unseen force that's rising a force that I called the coded gays. My term for Algorithm make bias joy. Polin Weenie is a researcher at the MIT Media Lab. And back in two thousand sixteen. She gave a Ted talk about her work. Algorithm MIC bias like human bias results in unfairness. How? Are you like viruses can spread bias on a massive scale at a rapid pace, so yeah finding Joyce Ted Talk. Was this important moment of like all my gosh. There's another person that cares about this I reached out to her sort of exactly. Not Moment and ended up working with her after it's the project they worked on along with Timmy Gebru. is called gender shades. And we talk about how it's probably not a coincidence that her me to make a brute where like all black women were like I, don't think. We're we're all the people that notice this. At the time. The researchers knew that these facial recognition programs with limited data sets were being used by law enforcement agencies around the country. So inaccurate results could have real world consequences. Can you describe? The work you did and what it showed. JANNASCHII is a blocks audit of commercial AI products, so these are tools that companies today, so and clients currently use so nothing that was audited. Experimental everything was in the wild in us. This is mass market stuff. Yeah, exactly what if he just tested these products on a benchmark that was representative with respect to gender and race? What would happen? What would we discover and what we discovered was that when you test these products on darker females, it performs thirty percent worse than it did on on ladder males. And that was the really big discovery was that these products were not actually things that worked well for everybody that they were saying it to, and that coupled with the reality that they were selling this technology or pitching this technology to ice at the time on two different intelligence agencies to local police departments was really alarming. It was something that demonstrated the fact that. Facial recognition at this point is disproportionately being used to sort of monitor and severe minority communities. That's part of this law enforcement pitch, but also not performing as well on those two meetings, which is obviously scary, alarming safety risk. What do these companies do with the police? What are these contracts for? In some cases, it's something reasonable such as attempting to shortlist a group of suspects for crime, so they might have security footage, and a budget faces in the security footage and try to identify who was in their mugshot. Database fits or lines with the faces that they see in the video, so that's a lot of what they do. Is this idea of face verification? Verification or matching a base that I have in my data set to face I know is from a suspect in a crime, and if I have a huge data, said how do I do that quickly and efficiently, so in the case of shortlisting suspects, it feels not as bad, but in a lot of cases they might also use it on sketch photos where. Think don't have a picture of the suspect. They'll ask you know victims to describe it to someone that will sketch it out, and then they'll. They'll put in the sketched photo and use that to search through the list of their database of mugshots. Yeah, and you can imagine just how many false arrest happened as a result of that. Even though there was research from people like deb that showed major flaws with the technology. All the big players in the field kept their products on the market the continued until Monday. When IBM announced, they were stopping their program entirely. So this week. IBM says they're no longer are going to offer or developed facial recognition technology, and I wonder as someone who is immersed in this and studies it. If you look at this announcement differently than a regular person reading the headlines. So since we've been watching these companies effectively for a while, I know a lot more of the backstory leading up to that announcement. It's not a spontaneous decision. I don't think it's as bold as IBM. said out to work right now so right now it's Berber. Are just kind of like wow IBM abandoned all of these important big contracts, and just spontaneously made his decision, and because it's happening at a moment of high racial tension, the mistakes, but also just a lot of reckoning with respect to the racial history of states, it seems as if like Oh, ibm you know, had this realization in light of protests and everything that's happening but the reality is about you've been working towards this position for a long time, and this is the most financially beneficial position for them to take at this moment. How so so IBM was called in gender shades, and they were quick to respond within four. Four months they had released a new product in response to the the revelation that there was this huge disparity in the performance on different demographics. Some tried this idea of. Let's build a big data set to fix it. Following that exposed because they had to use flicker images without any consent in order to collect that many faces, and ended up sort of being this embarrassing situation where the conversation around privacy consent was completely neglected
Finding the Courage to Take a Once-In-A-Lifetime Opportunity
"Hey welcome a dose of leadership so happy you're to in the end. This is inequity bank-sponsored episode where we have McDonald on the show, she's the owner and publisher of her life magazine. She celebrating her fifth year with her life magazine and the magazine itself has just ended its twelfth year publications. She has franchises in California New York Columbia Missouri Kansas City, she's married. They have two boys Carter Eighth Grade Ten. She's a step mom to another kid seventeen who seventeen she was born and raised in Overland Park Kansas. She attended the University of Georgia on a full ride diving scholarship in Georgia, she was a member of the NCAA National Championship. Team for three consecutive years. Education! Jay earned her masters in sports management. She's a working mom joy. Your family loves to travel ride bikes with their boys, but she chose to take a path one that was not planned, and that's the big takeaway from this lesson. I love. Has she opens up about that because I? Think sometimes particularly moms, and if there have an entrepreneurial bent on entrepreneurial nature to. To Them I think society and Culture and and motherhood pulls him in all kinds of different directions, and I, don't like the term work life balance. I think it's a myth I. Don't think it exists. I. Think it's about priorities again. Having a tremendous amount of self awareness of knowing who you are and what it is, you WanNa compound where you can best serve. And? That's what this episode is about. Tammy. Listen to her gut gutsiness. She knows who she is. He's got tremendous self-awareness. And when an opportunity presented itself, she had that self awareness because she had that self awareness when an opportunity presented itself, she took that leap. She went through that door, not knowing where it was going to take her, but having the wherewithal the big picture ability to understand that this is a once in a lifetime opportunity. And she took the lead, not knowing where it's going to take her understanding that fear and uncertainty never goes away. We talk about that all the time here in. In dose of leadership talking to Tammy. It's a great lesson in that and I think that's GonNa be the big takeaway for you. At least it was for me in this episode. It's a really great episode, and she's a really great example, particularly for entrepreneurs or people thinking about jumping into the entrepreneurship arena particularly. If you're a mother with young kids, great example show is brought to you by my friends at Equity Bank. It's been an honor and privilege to have them be sponsors coming. Coming on two years now it's been exciting and fun to get to know them over the past two years to know the leadership to see where they're going to see them. Expand to see them grow currently. They have branches in home in Arkansas, but they got plans to go even farther. They're only going to be growing, and their team knows what it takes start and grow business. They understand the importance of leadership clearly to team that knows how to lead for growth and so if. If, you're kind of tired of you. Bang! You're looking for a bank or your current bank seems like it's more of a follower than a leader and you want to work with the bank that really understand your needs. Encourage you to check out my friends. At Equity, bank, Equity, BANK DOT COM to learn more thanks for listening, and let's join a conversation with Timmy McDonald the owner and publisher of her life magazine in a special series brought to you Equity Bank here on dosing leadership. Tammy welcome dose of leadership. Thanks for coming on the show. Thank you for having me. We were talking a little bit for the recording talking about the challenges of working from home and everything else so have you. I was curious about with this her life magazine. Have you always worked from home? Or did you have? It is an opposite you went into? We are corporate office is in Overland Park Kansas so I primarily work out of there, but I also find myself working a lot from home. So tell me a little bit about the the differences. You know everybody's face with them. Everything turned upside down. What are you doing different over the last couple of weeks? well, we are trying to kind of reestablish. Our distribution model since most of our businesses are closed that we distribute to and we have kind of just. Came come together as a staff and reaching out to clients to see if there's anything that we can do to help them with, because obviously, some of them are open right now, so they're not necessarily doing print advertising so. Doing social media or You know if we can go somewhere. Maybe take once to somebody one day. Just, trying to stay positive. Help our local businesses, so talk a little bit the model of her life magazine I mean you are in your fifth year in the magazine for twelve years right, so are you a franchise owner of her life magazine? Or how does that work? I am actually the franchise war Gotcha. Oh, I own the trademark. We obviously print. Kansas City copy, and then I have franchises in Hell, New York in Columbia. Missouri
William Byron scores 3rd iRacing victory of NASCAR's series
"NASCAR's penultimate iRacing event took place yesterday at the virtual Dover international speedway twenty two year old iRacing prodigy and Hendrick motor sports star William Byron took the checkered flag for the third time in six races passing Timmy hill with eight
Timmy Hill virtual winner of NASCAR's live iRacing event
"Timmy hill is an underdog in the NASCAR Cup series but it I racing he is one of the favorites in the showed why on Sunday as he hauled off Ryan Preece and Garrett Smith plea to take the checkered flag in a virtual Texas motor speedway forced to race on high tech racing simulators using three D. scans of its tracks NASCAR drivers like hill are giving fans a respite from the corona virus outbreak recent Smith we put up a strong fight finishing second third respectively other drivers including Dale Earnhardt junior Kurt Busch and Jimmie Johnson all had troubles at some point during the race on Jerry Jordan
‘Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ Is the Game We All Need Right Now
"Animal. Crossing New Horizons is the new animal crossing game for the switch. I think. Just the switch right Ben and It's incredible and it came out last Friday. So what is it? The twenty came on the twentieth and So been playing it for a week now and So have many members of our family who we've been visiting each other's islands has been a really nice social aspect of it Wow and also it's just like it's just sweet and Nice uplifting and also sometimes just like weird random so Aaron Do you know much anima- crossing in general. I don't know anything about it. Oh Yeah you asked me about it last week you were like. Why is everyone talking about this? I was just like why is one shitting their pants about you know. I didn't have an answer for why Hannah said. Besides the fact that it was well let me talk. It wasn't out yet but everybody was really excited about it but like I know that there hasn't been a new animal crossing game in a long time Ben but is there another reason because there are some new things in this. I haven't been a part of it before like the the whole like you. Start out undeserved island I think is pretty new to the Games. Like grafting three D. S. One thing but crafting is like brand new brand new and also Is Co op or not co up but like being able to visit each other places? Is that brand new? Not doing that in In versions as old as the second one which is for the DAS. But it's much much easier in this game and like much more streamlined. And I don't know that you have multiple people visit at once before and sort of do a lot of things you could. You can do multiplayer like it's a lot better in this game fisher cool. I'm just getting the link to the thing I'm GonNa recommend publicity so Basically animal crossing is like another kind of like just sort of relaxing game sort of similar to start do valley but not quite food classify social simulator game. Oh okay that makes sense It it moves in real time which I think is a really nice aspect to it. 'cause like one thing about Star Valley that I've heard people talk about is that They can feel stressed by the fact that there. There's more to do in a day than they feel like they can get done like. I don't often have that particular issue with it but I do sometimes like if you forget to pause when you go to the bathroom or something and you come back in the days gone now can be very frustrating. Like with with Animal crossing you can like you can like walk. Oh stop what you're doing and just kind of like look at a nice like island vista and eat some dinner and just kind of think about what you're GonNa do next and you're not like losing daylight and the days go until five. Am The next morning so you could potentially on a weekend. You could play late into the night and get a lot done in a day if you wanted to. But also it kind of makes you. It makes you kind of take things a little slower because you can't just like force the next day to start to make things happen so like a lot of things you know. There'll be a whole day or two when some new like building you're excited to visit is in construction or being upgraded and you just can't use it for that day and for that entire. Actual Calendar Day. You just can't use that service or like you know. See what you waited on. You just have to wait so it kind of teaches patients. It teaches you like resourcefulness. There's like a lot of ways that it rewards you for like basically doing chores around your island and making your island better like you can sell so the island is owned by a guy named Tom. Nook ben calls him he like sells you the all inclusive package to move to this deserted island with two other people and kind of like sketchily doesn't tell you how much it's GonNa cost you until you arrive and can leave and the airports not even open if you wanted to go home yet and like but then but then he very generously like let's you translate it into a different type of currency that's easier to earn at the beginning of the game but then like you know with all of these games. There's this kind of like recurring thing of like if you want. Greater House Which you do because you need storage and you want to decorate it and stuff. Then you have to go to Daddy nook and take out a loan and have him upgrade. Your House is the only way to do. Thank you for. Every Person Games about your daddy but he but at least in this game. He's a very like soft. Hearted capitalists like his loans zero injuries. No yeah there's no like scheduled payments You just you. Just pay him at your own pace. But you can't start up. You can't upgrade your house again until you've paid him. Obviously unlike the moment that you finish paying him the next time you talked to him he starts up. Selling you an excellent don't you? Yeah you know you wow congratulations. I knew how bad it still of a piece of shit. Don't you wish you had another room? So yeah that's that's kind of like the driving force is like you want to kind of make a house bigger everything he has these two. Little Helpers Name Timmy and Tommy who You Eventually. They'll they run like their own shop and you can go in by like random stuff there and other things really fun about the game. Is that the things that are in the shop. Change out every single day and they're just like completely random like you can find the weirdest like find toilets and there you can find like wall sconces. You can find like you like you. Just everybody has their own weird shit that they have and also the crafting thing. You can buy crafting recipes at the store or you can find them in messaging messages in bottles on the beach and like it's been I find that finding the random things is really exciting and also seeing what other random things people have gotten very biting. And there's so much customization opportunity in this game that you can really like you can bring your your your outside phantoms into it. You can make T. shirts of your favorite thing out out in the world like Ian made one Made a strong Badia flag tee shirt and he made a truck door dress and like he. He's loving that. He makes custom designs like constantly. We have you know you. Can you can put all your stuff all over the island wherever you want. You have neighbors. But they don't care so like so like Ian and I there's like a rock over by the beach and we we share in Ireland if you play on the switch yet you have to share the island that you're on in and I have separate houses but we live on the same island in the game and We we made one of the Little Rock's like a rock rock like a like a place where we can all jammed together and we put like a bunch of instruments out there and when people come over we go over there and just like play music together like that just like make the most random stuff everywhere and I just love it. I think it's great.
Barefoot Hamlin wins virtual Homestead as NASCAR races again
"In a historic NASCAR racing moment Denny Hamlin won the first ever I recently NASCAR event on a virtual homestead Miami speedway track with real racing and fan gathering suspended due to the corona virus outbreak across the country racing with virtual with the help of over two dozen top level drivers who race like it was real even the payment wasn't wearing shoes late in the race Dale Earnhardt junior worked his way to the front passing Timmy hill and leader Garrett swiftly then it was Hamlin's turn and he made his winning move off of turn four on the final lap I'm Jerry Jordan
"timmy" Discussed on The Jump
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"timmy" Discussed on The Jump
"So all trust Steve Kerr because he keeps talking about how I can see how they're going to play together. I can see where their spots are going to come. I can see how it's going to flow. He's he reminds us of Harrison Barnes and they WANNA championship with that type of player. There you know so I'm really. I'm going to give him space to see. I'm skeptical but I recognize that they are bringing back to hall of famers. They are bringing back to the shoes of all time and they still have draymond green who was played. Well this year in you know when he's gone fallout so I think there's no reason why they shouldn't be a contender next year. I have to see where the chips land is see. We're basically at the same place. Kevin Durant. Yes we're one of the elite teams ever nearly a century of basketball. They were one of the most hardcore to be reconciled with seems has ever seen in the NBA. Are they going to get back? Up to that. Level with Andrew Wiggins no broker. They will not. Will they be elite among the NBA teams competing in the League next year? Teams like the bucks who have yet to win a title as constructed teams like the Lakers. Who have yet to win. A title is constructed. The clippers were title is constructed. The rockets have yet to win. A title is constructed. I would say that. Maybe the team that has steph. Clay Draymond Steve. Kerr coaching it. Decent management. Let's just say Bob Myers knows what he's doing. I say they could at least possible. Pick not that. I think that guy's GonNa come in and that's important that's not. I mean they could also possibly trade that if they wanted and they have the trade exception they could also use by the way for people who didn't pick.
"timmy" Discussed on The Jump
"Worked out well. Because we're finally seeing if your liquor when you're pumped up planet. Lebron and leaker nation are in step in a way that they have not been up until this point. It's the best case scenario. I mean when we all thought this was going to work. This is what we were looking at it and it's actually finally happened. I think you're right A. D. resigning considering what he walked into with the mess. That was their franchise. There was no guarantee. Lebron's making sure that does not go wrong and it's showing on the court as well as anywhere else. Which is what's important. I think it's fascinating how we watch. Lebron tweak all the parts of his game that people have criticized rate so early on shooting. Shooting isn't good. We saw that go to the disaster point during a certain NBA Finals Against Dallas. Look we had earlier in this segment. We're talking the show. We're talking about logo rate. One of the big criticisms about him was how he treated or talk to teammates rate. The text messages the fit in doubt that this that and the other. I'm you mentioned. Kevin love and Chris Bosh rate and then the narrative was people. WanNa play with Lebron at Kyrenia Right Kyrie Irving asking for Trade Kawhi. Leonard supposedly didn't WANNA play with Lebron Kevin Durant Hall George Labor Ron Paul. George didn't sign with the Lakers. Well he went out recruited. Anthony Davis make no mistake about that. Right the Lakers make that trade. He makes Anthony Davis comfortable in every way possible and what he has done not just for a d. but for the rest of that locker room this year as we have talked about it has been so pointed so you can say. Hey. Oh He's just doing it because he wants him to resign. Which I wasn't your point but there's people who've been criticizing for that but the bottom line is he's continued to evolve in a way where you had a guy who is one of the most dominant players ever who has taken the parts of his game. Small parts people found issue with and looked and worked on ways to fix it. And he's done that here with. Anthony Davis I'm impressed. Works coming.
"timmy" Discussed on The Jump
"Coached the Spurs Summer League team and they won some really great so she has a little bit of a truck driver with that but we also know that Pop his vision and sort of his acceptance. If people WANNA put her in this position in the first place so I I don't have any reason to doubt him about why he's doing or not doing with her maybe he just decided for some reason the Tim Duncan brings the credentials being a five time. Nba Champion and no matter. Whether you've worked for six years or coach the Summer League team having him front an organization decision that Tim Duncan was going to be the coach when pop was not the coach objected from that game. That's right a lot of people said. What was this Becky coaching team? And after the game they said Tim Duncan wasn't charge. They made it clear. Al Hey Guay just just so young. So so very young all right. Let's focus on the race for eight out west because Spurs Bob and he had the Pelicans lost to the wolf last night. One hundred thirty nine to one hundred thirty four. That lost. Drop them to four games behind the Grizzlies Really Final playoff spot into twelve in the West again. This is a five team gig gambit five team race for the eighth spot. Alvin Gentry said after the game quote. Hopefully this is a game that we understand and we learn from because we cannot afford to be locked in a situation where we're trying to win basketball games. Stay relevant here. Are Those standings Clinton? Are you starting to doubt the Pelicans play options? It's something I'm starting to doubt them from a talent standpoint. They've looked great. They've been what seven straight sub five hundred teams before the Rock. This one but the numbers racist tough. You mentioned five teams in that. How they're gonNA they drop anymore. Like this is basically what it comes down to and I feel bad because you look at this Pelican Scott overall.
"timmy" Discussed on The Jump
"Basket. So Boom Spurs Win Afterwards. Dunkin did what Tim Duncan always. Does he gave everyone else? Credit Index to be in In the big chair but Truth be told I. I wasn't in the big chair. We've got a Becky will and Mitch Mitch the game for us Beckenham and we're we're making all the calls and I was the only one just standing there Screaming at people Nonsensical stuff So we did it Coach by committee And it could have been on a it could have been anyone of us after and we're GonNa have done the same stuff if you think it's weird seeing Tim Duncan chatting away like that and the year twenty twenty. Well you're not the only one. Here's a tweet from his longtime girlfriend showing their daughter just gazing up a daddy really sweet on the TV screen. But his girlfriend rights. We were all shocked. He did media. We all are even the toddler and she's right. That part of last night is not something we would ever expect the win on the other hand gritty come from behind. That's just what Tim. Duncan does five time champ soon to be hall of Famer and now the winningest coach in the NBA. This season may his record stay forever. Perfect Brian do you see Tim? Duncan could he be? Is this possible that he could be the ultimate successor to Gregg Popovich. San Antonio is it. Is it even remotely possible? I would be very surprised if that was the case. I was stunned that Tim came and took this job as a on the bench assistant. I could definitely see working.
Filipino foods new direction
"Filipino. Food it may be visible in many North American Asian cities but in Europe it is still unknown to many having said that there are more and more scientists that this is changing inching. One example of this is the launch of Sarah a new restaurant in London spree extent that draws from the reach food culture of the Philippines founder interfere denuncia budgie Montoya Hilt earlier residencies around the capital before fighting a home from south London. He told me how the launch of Sarah came about about in the last twelve months we entered in the competition through the bricks village called Brixton kitchen and it was a competition where you're able to pitch your concept. They've picked a group of concepts and we had a sort of battle royale style competition where we cook for three judges. Took Jackson Boxer and James Cochran and we won and as a result we are now in. Brixton market congratulates. It's exciting times. What's the concept of Sarah? Was Your own definition audio. Describe it so Surat for me is a neighborhood restaurant that does modern interpretations thousands of Filipino cuisine of food. That's inspired by Filipino cuisine. What does that mean in practice in means that we look at classics of Filipino dishes? Look to sort of reinterpret them. In a way that is local in terms of ingredients that are available to US techniques leaks that Modern or techniques that I picked up along the way working in the kitchen love worked in and also means sort of challenging. What what we see as culinary truths in the Philippines in terms of taking Filipina ingredients and an applying them in different ways as opposed to just regurgitating regurgitating classic dishes all the time you talk about modern interpretations therein considering that Filipino? Food actually is very well known in the United Kingdom one one cute assume that it would have been station to go and actually start serving classic Filipino dishes. But he decided not to do that. Weiss that what I think for me. The sort of classic assist Filipino. Cuisine is very much a home based cuisine and so when you look at classic Filipino cuisine. It's very much something that's all about the household sold in sort of gathered around the family sort of celebrating. And things like that so for me. It's more a home cuisine. Modernizing it means that we can try and use the word elevate but bring it to the masses. Make it appealing to more people as opposed to just the Filipino community. Now why is it that we don't eventually no Filipino food in the UK or in Europe. You Go to New York to Los Angeles for example and you come across many many Filipino places. There but that's not the case in many parts of Europe. Yeah Yeah it's a question. That sort of baffles me constantly to be honest a diagnose a real answer to it you know. I think there are Filipino restaurants in London that it'd been around for quite some time but they take you down that nostalgic route the very much classic Filipino restaurants sort of older generation type restaurants restaurants. And I think for me. That's maybe why there isn't much of a popularity because it the they're targeting sort of the these for the older generation our budget tell us what you have created. What are the dishes? You're most proud of. I guess I think the most popular dish that we have is probably interpretation of the electron traditionally in the Philippines. It's a whole roasted pig. In depending on which region you're from different condiments in different ways of preparing it. We do a letch on belly which we stuff stuff with lemongrass. Chilli Ginger garlic when we slow roast so that we get a nice so crispy glass like skin on top up and it's very moist juicy and automatic. I like to call it London Lech. On as opposed to you know other sort of got actually received a phone call in two days ago and someone asked what type of latch on. I did whether it was from Seibu or a different region. I said actually notes London. Let Sean and Kinda laughed and said the thought show with that. Is You know for me. It's version of the election using the ingredients that we have available to us. Do you have everything available in London when you need No it's a challenge to get some of the ingredients fresh ingredients that I would like but I think it's also a good challenge for me to be able to figure. Gerrad away to final tentatives local attentive to ingredients that I'm not necessarily being able to get in the UK. So what have you been doing. What have you been missing? And how have you found some ingredients and how of you replace some ingredients with other local ingredients. I think the classic easiest one would be you and local officials local seafood. Philippines is an island and it's blessed with an abundance of seafood. The UK is an island and is also blessed in abundance of seafood so utilized local seafood as opposed to using imported frozen fish. We have additional menu a cynic gung dish. which is a sal super centrally normally salad with Tamarind? We been experimenting using different ways of souring agents. I've tried with re Bob. The most recent recent one. We've done these with fermenting tomatoes which creates not so soundness without having to use as much tamarind or using him as the base of that soup. Timmy tell me more about those Philippine ingredients that are used most. I know that you've been looking for some things over here in London and you've been rather successful in getting them. So the most business ingredients we have in Philippines has to be Callum Ansi the comments he limes native lime. It's a tiny little green line. That packs a big punch in tons of flavor. It's able to get a pure as over here quite easily. That's not an issue. Getting the fresh stuff has been a challenge. I've managed defined a great supplier who who's white really hard to try and find and source could stream of fresh Calisi and even that is still sometimes me. I can't order them within two weeks so they come every two to three weeks sometimes they order them Internet. Come at all. So that's one of the ingredients that we we try and source as much so in the Philippines. It's something we have on the table. It's so abundant that you know everyone has it. It's a gun. Show everything table so I try and get get as much as I can so I can recreate that sort of nostalgic feeling but so we talked about how Filipino food is not particularly well known in the UK. Have you also says host. The aim aim the goal of of creating identity for that food over here and making its better known in Britain. Yeah I mean for me. The the goal of the ramp is talk about cultural awareness for me. Syrup is very much about rediscovering my own culture and creating that identity see so for me. My Gulfs rappers secrete density for Filipino cuisine. In London I want people to understand and have a base Understanding of cuisine like they do with Thai cuisine like they do with Japanese cuisine. Mio Japanese word. But he's it's in our vocabulary. Mary we know what it is. If I can allow people have no idea what that is so I dream of a day where I can say keen allow and people know what that is and not say. It's a Filipino. Version of Savita Juno. So that's something that I dream of. And how much more have you learned about the food off your original home country during in this process during working with Sarah talks about rediscovering Filipino food. So what does your own experience being like. I mean it's been fantastic. I mean I think for me. The food idea syrup is purely based on memory. You know I've not been back to the Philippines for a long time I was. I was born in the Philippines but moved to Sydney when I was five with my family. So you know. I grew up Australian and I don't speak the language so going back to sort of the recipes where I would ask my mother uh for some recipes and I'm then applying what I've land as a cook to those recipes yet. Rediscovering so new ingredients since Rediscovering flavor profiles. That I've always been that from day one but I've sort of forgotten about them too salty. The sow the the sweet sweep you know really high mommy flavors that when I think about it when I've learned as a cook there's other flavors that people crave for it's already there in Filipino cuisine. And I've grown up with it without even knowing it says era is now opening Brixton village in London. What's happening next all your longer term plans lung? It's implants dance. Definitely want to expand syrup and and make it a little bit larger. You know I'd like to be a place where we can see a few more people you know. I I look at some some of mine rations in terms of restaurants and look at places like smoking goat. who were these tiny little sort of restaurant in Soho who now this big restaurant in shortage inch? And that's for me. That's you know Pasta. I would love to recreate for Sarah but also I'd like to bake and I like pastries and I'd love to open a Filipino bakery of some sort that complements as a restaurant.
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World Health Organization to hold emergency meeting on China coronavirus
"The World Health Organization will meet today to decide whether a deadly new respiratory illness spreading globally should be declared a public health emergency of international international concern. The Corona virus outbreak has left nine people dead onto more than four hundred infected in five countries including the United States. It's with growing evidence. Disease can spread from person to person. Terry how safe do you feel that it. Is John Aware this timmy. Who seems to have started on the country's trying to control it now society run by one party regime that restricts information I I think obviously there is a concern of just partly to do with this shit numbers of people The potential for this illness to spread particularly tickly. We're coming up to the Chinese Lunar New Year. It's one of the biggest annual movements of people in the world as people in China go home to visit that families and obviously at the time if there is a A potential outbreak of this disease. And you've got millions and millions of people moving about from one place to the other that's Something you know. It's quite a big risk there and I think there are also questions to ask about How much information China is willing to give people like the World Health Organization and the rest of us about What is what is actually going on? But that said They also then have the means to tell people within China to to do whatever they decide is necessary to try and keep this outbreak under control. Well I know you lived in China during the sauce break some years ago. What does does what you see in media you now? Bring you flashbacks. Yeah very much. I mean I lived in Shanghai in two thousand three at a time when there were clearly hundreds of cases of SARS that lose the disease. We're worrying about that. The virus rather in Hong Kong and in Beijing is well And the Shanghai authorities claimed that there were no cases whatsoever however and I was running around going hospitals with my colleagues pretty easily finding that that just wasn't true there were cases in the dynamic today. it does bear some similarity so we have Xi Jinping saying publicly Please tell it you must tell us your violating the national interest local authorities if you're not transparent and clear about what's happening in your neck of the woods But of course the regime does not want to alarm from the public They'd like to show The sense that they've decisively dealt with this and people don't have to worry especially Terry correctly notes before the Lunar New Year when something like you know. Hundreds of millions of people are going to be traveling and Hon. which is the epicenter of this particular? Outbreak is a really large city a lots of people. We'll be passing through Han And I on their way to their home so there there's real reason to worry. And there's reason to worry that the government man is not Transparently grappling with the extent of the threat. and letting the public know. And how do you deal with an epidemic. Without alarming some people you have alarm people to let them know that the epidemic is real and that they have to take some countermeasures to prevent infection
Hotshot Anna Scores Second Consecutive PID Masters
"The race last night and we will talk the the Dick Powell so I won't put do put too much into because we'll talk about it with Dick but you Robertson congratulations to him this hotshot Anna I mean she just it was an as she pleased victory sixty five and just you know I couldn't have been couldn't one easier super super impressive hotshot Anna two years in a row. Oh Talk to me as as we talked with the with Doug she ran very well and the Topeka certainly didn't didn't hold her back. Jose Ortiz come into town to ride and really had no had no answer her when China just cruised up under a Ardo and one how about the log on the board running a mammoth race the rudy the colts neck at the Horse George Duarte these are Concordia visit accordia under Julia Toledo. Although third at sixty three to one didn't do a whole lot I try though because a little bit got it up to eighty seven dollars eighty seven thirty for a buck and it boosted the try because Regal Chan Tim Ham source gotta get a hold of Tim him it timmy hung in in Ohio and kept Breeden Ohio breads and saw things through who well before there was even any hope that gaming would come to Ohio and he does a very good job and is it. He's got started partnered up the at a lot of horses and I think I saw three chimneys to these got the some horses with breath powwow really didn't take the pizza that didn't really work for her so doc hotshot. Anna moves on the trap shot five year old. She's now with record is Gaudy that this point eight hundred over eight fifty fifty thousand and she's one ten of twenty two starts tremendous. I'm a fan
All about TMAO with W.H. Wilson Tang, MD
"All right in today's episode we we are with Dr Tang from Cleveland Clinic. I am beyond honored to have after Tang on the podcast. He is absolutely brilliant and I cannot appreciate appreciate more tank taking the time busy busy schedule to talk with us about. Tma Island off the research is not so thank you Dr Tank for joining us. Oh thank you Danielle pleasure to be here. Thank you so I I would want free to just introduce yourself and tell everyone kind of about what do and what your work is a cardiologist researcher well. I'm actually a heart transplant cardiologist at the Cleveland Clinic and my day job I see patients with heart failure and trying into identify potential courses and trying to delay the progression and if unfortunately they get worse I try to see where what we could do with mechanical devices or transplants and then actually take care of them after wits so obviously that's very different from my research were which is trying to prevent that from happening it is too many people heading towards the same cliff and we definitely need to find ways to prevent ben from developing heart disease and more importantly heart failure absolutely and your research is is just outstanding. We'll everything you do is incredible. The heart failure and transplant is obviously very amazing aspect because so much is changing with our different not only medical therapies irby's but now with transplant and some of the mechanical circulatory support so it's really a dynamic changing an unbelievable feel. Your research is so groundbreaking and fascinating to me so I would love if you could give everyone. There's a lot of physicians scientists and Science Lovers listened to my podcast and a lot of them are interested interest in the work you did so. I'd love if you could kind of give an overview just starting kind of about what tm Ao is an and your work and how it relates to cardiovascular disease sure so I've always been fascinated by how heart how the heart interacts with other organs and in particular the kidneys and so for a long time I've been working with a different researchers to look at how the heart and the kidney interacts and my translational research has actually headed towards that direction early on where we were trying to find molecules in the blood that distinguish between those who progress develop you know kind of the events versus those who do not aw and early on I measured a lot of small molecules that we actually know to have kind of aspirations something like the adm a is symmetric saw Janine which is really an endogenous Netra. I'll say synthase inhibitor and also different small molecule metabolite so that's actually actually where I started looking at oxidative stress and nitrogen stress and how you know kind of using blood and urine we could actually detect early triggers that can can help us identify. You Know Progressive Diseases so we have this kind of. I did that potentially many unknown substances in the blood at also tell the same story and when we first started we have a mass SPEC machine that could identify different small molecule us and we have samples of patients who subsequently develop diseases that we have collected early on with a control group of those who did not develop disease so we actually try it over and over again using different incase controlled comparisons to look at a vast array of molecules small molecules usually under like a hundred Dalton and so America weight a hundred and trying to figure out you know these sma- accused whether they could distinguish patients who have events versus don't have events events and as you imagine when we keep going this case control you know comparison over and over again using different cohorts of samples we ended up saving down filtering down you know less and less number molecules until we hit about eighteen of them only after like multiple secessions off ah case controlled comparisons and so that actually seeps out from thousands of molecules through eighteen but then they all kind of in molecular weight the we actually don't know what they are art we knew one or two of them but we didn't know the rest and and so it's a hard work of a few postdoctoral fellows from Dr Stan Heathens lab that started working on literally figuring out the permutation combination of these potential compounds and then of course we have to validate date them as you can imagine many many difference. Amok you have to say molecular weight so if you think about it literally doing trial and error at that point that was it's kind of a hectic work but then we we certainly find three molecules in these eighteen that seemed to be correlating into each other and we were very perplexing what they are so we actually focus assets in looking in a band and it turns out the all having a Trimbe Isao group so three mess me sell that linked to link together and one of them seem to be a by product that is conversion version by humans but it was generated by bacteria in the literature so that's how we actually you know mentally got into the whole field of Gut microbiome grown obviously never predicted that this is going to happen but we started to be able to specifically identify the NFL which was try Michel and and Tommy fell and oxide superbeets I mean and so this is actually how we act on that and so after that we have you know obviously other samples that had long term outcomes and we started to kind of off generate and the perspective cohort of patients who we know over time had you know so a number of people have diseases and we started added to you know analyze those ampoules identify independently identify the pro value of Cameo in those cohorts which which was independent of all the traditional sectors and to demonstrate that indeed it may be a causative factor we have to turn to animal role models and conveniently the most model that we had had the bacteria and got that produces a good amount of tm that with your Mayo we learn about subsequently because some mouse actually don't have those bacteria that makes him a which becomes very very convenient for us otherwise but we the most common laboratory mouse list electric miles and in fact it does generate a lafayette meal when they were Fed with choline rolling diet chain a really comes from bacteria consumption of substrates that we the food that we eat every day so anything anything with me saw groups that they could actually use as food the bacteria used as food. ended up generating this torturing us. I protocol brought a copy emmy which it goes into the blood and through the liver and deliver. I should convert it to Tamil so the foods that are most post high in choline and carnitine which are the precursors when they go through the microbiome to go from t t mail so these you find find highest in you would say things like eggs and at red meat yeah meat liver. You know things that actually have high cholesterol electro. It's kind of some people even called it the third cholesterol and it is something that that the other thing that we as cardiologists tell patients to avoid for good balanced diet half high choline content now just be aware that choline is important some people. I feel quite strongly that in early development we do need cold into a precursor for Coleen which obviously is important for neural zero development so that's why it's actually Africa as a supplement for pregnant women and actually consumption guidelines guidelines for that and some older patients also use Coleen for that purpose thinking that they may actually help with reducing cognitive decline fine except that obviously the data there is not very strong but I think it is important to recognize this is where we found out later and improbably interesting to your audience that another compound that is common in foot- groups is commenting which is a meet and red meat in particular and that certainly has a different type of enzymes in different types of bacteria that convert the connotation into and subsequently lead to production of TM L. so I think that's where we have the the a unique opportunity to truly understand what the environment in this case that dietary intake and different food groups particularly meet and how that impact the body's response and also the metabolites produce when eating red meat. I not eating red yeah. That's fascinating and so when did you start to make the connection between TMA. Oh and Athar Genesis Platelet let aggregation atherosclerosis things like this yeah. This is actually quite early. Once we actually got the animal models going recognized at the mouth that we use indeed indeed when eating Choline fossils you're calling in particular lead to production of Cameo. Obviously we were able oh to start using the mouse model to look at after genesis so what we do is we were able to feed the mouse with without the choline content in detail and then this is the type of mouse flex most at more prone to development of Roma. This is so call eight now mice and so studies have actually shown that with like accelerated girls and and interestingly when we were well we were able to demonstrate firstly the bacteria is involved in this by giving both anybody and see whether the the cameo levels go down which they do but also for germ free mice when they don't have any gut flora where we did them choline lean diet they don't generate male or female but then when the mouse was exposed to kind of you know the the wild meaning they start doc accumulating gut bacteria `timeo production increases and the presence of this elevation leads to more through through ask the Roma and they order and when we give short-term anybody with a triple regimen something that you know stays in the bow for the four the mice we actually found that is attenuated. All these really have a direct cost-effective this now we could demonstrate you know almost like the cost postulate that we learn in in infectious disease microbiology that the presence of the bacteria is essentially making the metabolite and obviously tm AOL is also present some food particularly fish and seafood the task you I I was this is like the number one question to ask. You is in a preformed. TM In fish does this raise your humans ends and if so is a rise from that form of TMA. Oh bad for us it actually it does in fact if you actually have you you know just otherwise healthy individuals eat a wide variety of food which people have done experiments on that the the main food component that leads doue transient rise and fall and cameo is dish and particularly but not off fish half the email. You think Judy Logically Cameo. Oh is made by the muscles of the fish particularly deep sea fish because changes the melting of the the freezing point of the muscles. I was actually the muscles antifreeze so it provides a protection for the deep sea fish so that's why doesn't look like the fish in the freezer it actually make make make sufficient up freeze and so so impact people have done a lot of work in marine green biology on on this and in fact the enzymes made in fishes muscles that actually convert TMA os well alm aw generate and also eliminate because when fish you know moves from Coda to warmer waters. Actually some of this also changed so we actually actually know that not auditions created equal to not only from cameo levels but also their fish oil levels so you actually measured him. Ill level in say you know lake fish will Shallow Water Trish they actually timmy levels are quite low in back some of them. Are you know non you know very very low. Concentrations whereas deep sea fish like called and like you know a fish that we actually tuna in you know or
Trump Is Losing His Mind Over Another Bad Fox News Poll
"President trump is apparently furious over recent fox poll showing him struggling hypothetical thank matchups with certain democratic presidential candidates and speaking to reporters for getting on air force one yesterday it was clear the president had turned full on fickle in the absence of the old fox news tickle something going on at fox. I'll tell you right now. I'm not happy with it. I'm certainly happy. I think sean hannity lou dobbs and i i think tucker carlson and laura and <hes> jesse waters and janine and we have a lot of great people even greg gut felt even greg gut felt close one greg goodfellas onboard. Everyone stand down in the missile silos. President has got it from here. The prison says quote. We have a lot of great people at fox not even trying to hide that. He thinks they all work for him that they're all just you know all part of the party. It just starts riffing names of fox like like justice on his senate hearing. We got hannity. Lou dobbs timmy p._j. Don't forget we tremendous respect from squeaky. Then of course there's judge janine pirro as someone who's run for office five times if the devil called me and said he wanted to set up a meeting to give me opposition research on my opponent. I'd be on the first trolley to hell to get it. An any politician who tells you otherwise is a bald faced liar. Okay feeling the first i trauma hell that should be the name of her show. Judge janine pirro first carlotta hal do like after every interview goes goes well. She'd be like coming up next. Stop voter fraud so yeah countries. That's not really yeah. It is my larry king voice. I only have one voice. That's all i can do. America's best known the country's best-known namesake fraudulent university might not i like it when fox news releases an actual scientific poll showing him with some weak reelection numbers but surely the president has forgotten all the network did for him and his allies. I mean where else but fox news would rudy giuliani. You've been able to so smoothly and well diffused the whole stormy daniels hush money scandal. I'm giving you the fact that you don't know it's not campaign money no campaign finance violation so they funneled through a law firm funnel through over and the president repeated. I didn't know you did you. There's no campaign. Finance law zero zero ear row. A lot of ood is like an losers zero except michael cohen is in federal prison for conspiring with president to make those payments but yeah zero. Let's just say zero so where's relationship between the president. Fox news actually go from here. I have no idea but i got to tell you i've already bought my take for that first trolley to hell and the
New poll says Biden is the only Democrat with a comfortable lead against Trump
"Another bad new poll from donald trump new poll shows joe biden would they ten point leaned over over donald trump the new washington post nbc poll shows that among registered voters joe biden gets fifty three percent of donald trump's forty three percent the rest of the top tier candidates are tied earn statistical tie with donald trump bernie sanders gets forty nine donald trump's forty eight comal harris gets forty eight donald trump's forty six elizabeth warren gets forty eight and on trump's forty eight people to judge gets forty seven to donald trump's forty seven drivers gushing now cornell belcher democratic pollster an msnbc political analyst and jennifer rubin and opinion writer at the washington post and msnbc contributor and let me go to the pollster about the new poll cornell you got it incumbent president's he's running a ten points behind these front runner for the democratic nomination and another a four five candidates are running tied with incoming president yeah i i i don't put a lot of in the horse race number right now i look at what's underneath horse racing if you go back in twenty twelve at this time i mean obama wasn't running away with the with the with the with the race in a horse race i there but underneath those numbers there is some interesting things where where the where the president certainly doesn't have a he's underwater his approval round taxes which is interesting for republican he's underwater heavily around healthcare so his underwear around a lot of pocketbook issues as well immigration and foreign policy so overall i mean he he's being held down by people just disapproving of his job it what i find interesting in that poll numbers that you know the president's hovers around forty forty seven percent right an he's a guy who won will lessen a plurality of electric timmy is really not even about what donald trump's number is 'cause he's gonna get his forty seven or forty eight forty six forty seven percent it is ten democrats did that fifty one fifty two percent and hold that together the way obama did in twenty twelve by the way we fell to do in in in twenty sixteen so does that can't can't hear that win again will lessen a plurality about kenny win again and say florida with the same percentage that that romney lost within twenty twelve jennifer rubin a if donald trump is reelected he will be the only reelect the president's in history who never once tried to speak to voters who didn't already vote for that is true and it seems to me that he is bad at math in addition to being bad at history as you pointed out earlier in the show he's bad at math because when you don't have a majority and you narrow narrow narrow your appeal you're number get smaller end soon you don't have enough people to go around no matter how screwed we are electoral college is there simply aren't enough votes now i know what's interesting about that poll is he's virtually tied with some kind of who twenty thirty percent of the democrats electric doesn't know enough about to offer an opinion so these people this is sort of oprah anybody with the she after their name kind of a poll in my book on my sense is that it matters very much to the democrats tough but that the democrats will unite around anyone who is nominated on end then a i think you're gonna see that number bounce back up again to wear sort of biden is 'em i don't think the democrats can sit back and relax lax i don't think they can get a core can it i think they get someone who is as compelling as possible because donald trump certainly compels his his excuse me viewers voters but i do think that you know if you had team right now there's no question i think the team a donald trump's approval and disapproval in this poll is pretty standard according to a mostly a pulling up we've seen on that but up on his on his immigration nation a he is getting a even worse disapproval rating he's getting a fifty seven percent disapproval forty seven percent approve an let's listen like comal harris who a a maybe that campaign has been redone this paul because they're colorful stumping straight into this issue
Breakup of Blue Jackets highlights start of NHL free agency
"And the NHL today fast and furious with their free agency under way the blue jackets at this point have lost three they have signed one Sergei Bobrovsky is out our Timmy Penderyn is out he's on his way to the Rangers Matt Duchene on his way to Nashville Bobrowski on his way to Florida they have added the blue jackets have a Gustav Nyquist on a four year twenty two million
Google Stadia: All Details You Need To Know
"Kind of dropped a whole bunch, more information on just before three starts, or stadia, the streaming service that we originally knew as product stream and his grown into this, this own monster its own creature that's going to be delivering video games to us. Sometime this all? And so we got a bunch of information, so we wanted to go ahead and talk about it. I'm joined fi- gaming editor Jennifer lock. I think is actually sexually your first time on the central. Yeah. I've never been on it for so, well, this is going to be a lot of fun. No pressure anything. It's a lot of pressure. And also joining us again to talk about stadia again is actually Carly lachey from all of our sites. Yes. Hi. So we got a ton of information today. I figured we were kinda dive right in and see what parts. We liked and didn't like in what we still don't know about yet to, to kinda sort this out. I guess the I guess, maybe the most important thing is the price seemed to be like the big thing that people weren't super sure about, like they had seen some of the details about the streaming service, but they like seemed like the biggest question was how much is this gonna cost me? Yes, actually, because it's supposed to be like a kind of free for all platform, ten dollars fair. I think but I wouldn't buy game separately, if I'm also paying ten dollars a month. I don't want to pay more for a game. Yes. So, so the pricing details are, are a little on the confusing side, their stadia pro which is the big thing that they're pushing today for peop. To preorder starting starting right now. And it's it's ten dollars a month, and you get access to a couple of free games when when you start off. You just get access to the one free game, which we'll talk about a little later and then there's going to be more added as part of that subscription. But then you can also buy games kind of Allah cart. Whatever game you're excited about we don't know what the prices of those games individually are. But you can buy those games and all of those games are playable. If you have the right internet connection at four K six firms per second on a ton of different things. We originally thinking this was just going to be on the chrome cast ultra start. But it turns out that it's going to be the chrome cast ultra, it's going to be just about anything with chrome web, browser and the pixel three and perhaps more surprising, the pixel three the kind of ultra cheap pixel, that was just released at Google. Yo is also going to support at launch with more. Phones kind of expected later, and there's also something to note that I think with stadia pro this grip shin you get like some free games in some discounted games. They mentioned exclusive discounts on some games later, but didn't really break down, what that was. I mean that could be pretty cool. I soon as similar to what a PlayStation, plus does currently. Yes, so similar to similar setup there, where you can get kind of some some discounts on games at probably older games where the discount isn't going to be quite as big as the although I guess, probably to start off. They're going to they're going to try and get people excited about a couple of games. But separate from stadia pro is something that will be available. Later will not be available at launch in November. Is stadium base and stadium base is just the ability to purchase a game play stream it from from anywhere. And that there's no there's no monthly service included in that. But you are only limited you're limited to ten eighty p streaming as thank with the parole plan. You get like surround sound or something, which you don't get with the base. Yes. Five months around sound, five point once around somewhere. Whereas you get a stereo audio with the with stadium base, so the stadium basis something where if you wanna pick up a game you can play anywhere. But if you want the best possible experience, the they're gonna charge, you this ten bucks a month. And it's ten bucks a month in the US twelve bucks a month in Canada. But it's supposed to be the kind of the equivalent of tenuous dollars in fourteen different countries when it launches yet, I think it's interesting to have the base launch a lot like sometime in twenty twenty and a lot later actual date. Yeah. It's, it's obviously like their tests. They're doing a sort of rollout launch something more gradual. I think like the fourteen countries is also just a way to like really tests like all the latency stuff in the actual product before they really go wide because while while it's available in fourteen countries in the US is one of those countries you can't play in Guam, or Hawaii, which is they're just like internet connections in those places are just not great. So trying to guarantee any kind of quality in those places is a real challenge, regardless of what you know, hardware. You've got. Yeah. Plus, there's no there's nothing so far for any Asian countries either right? Yeah. So there's, there's a lot of limitations for, for where, but but, you know, fourteen countries seems like a stronger role out that I think I was initially expecting a the, the original test for project stream was was located just in the US. You couldn't do it outside. Of the US at all. So it's cool that they are at least aware that they're global audience wants to do this as well. That it's not just a US product launch which is something kind of struggles with a lot of times, you know, releasing things in the US first, and then, and then maybe getting to Canada and the UK, you know, six months, or a year later, I would have hoped they would have tested that out during products dream for a worldwide launch because they kind of sold it as this global thing, where they have all their servers, everywhere. But it's just like or teen countries launch. Yes, I mean, a big part of the, the launch of the Carleen, I went to GD see they, they were talking about how it's basically proximity to Google data centers. Right. So like the countries that they listed these are all countries were Google data centers exist, which means that stadia servers, can exist and likely already do exist in those places. So being able to do that kind of local compression, streaming stuff in country. I suspect a lot easier than than, you know, the product stream, thing was just US focused and just, you know, chrome based so that it could happen in the US servers. So they're testing. I totally get that. I just think some people will be confused because when it was first now, the Google stadia. They really sold it as like, hey, anywhere in the world want to play though. That was a big thing that Carly, I noted when they did the original announcement was that the hype level was just through the roof, right? It was just it was just this, you know, you're going to be able to play anything anywhere, and it's going to change what gaming. And, and so this is this announcement. What they're calling stadia connect with. They're gonna do apparently multiple of throughout the year as these kind of streamed announcements is that kind of coming back down to reality yet. I think it's interesting that they're doing it that way. It's the way that Nintendo's kind of been doing it for a while now. And the institute, working well for them out, Google staling in have to imagine other people will follow, especially now that, like, like presenting everything. Ether is in the thing anymore, right? Yeah. I mean that's. Shown up just XBox, just just Microsoft micro. You walk in. And there's just a giant Microsoft booth all its embassy want. Yeah, it's just Microsoft and Bethesda side by side in the hall. It's everything's great. So there's a to, to get setup. Actually, I missed this as part of the youth. There's a founder package to sign up available starting today, and they made it very clear that there's only a limited number of these refuse to tell anybody, what that number is I suspect that it's, it's gonna run for a couple of weeks and then and then just not available anymore. There's a unique color to the stadium controller which originally was was shown off in three colors, black white. And this kind of limi- Minty green with a savvy called with Sabi, which I eight that color, you said, you preordered I will say, I did, and I've held each one of these controllers in my hand and I really liked that color in hand. It's not it doesn't look super great pictures, but I really liked it when I was holding it, so that I it might just be that the just like, the, the highlighter yellow accents, under the controllers really got me. I don't know what it is. But this did not look that great TIMMY, now. And. I get that. Yeah. So there's, there's also a dark blue controller that's going to be a part of this limited edition, which also looks very nice has armed accents on it, which is similar to the orange accents that are on some of the other controllers, but the, the dark blue kind of offsets a nice way and it's apparently only going to have this, this color available for, for this launch crew, you get the controller which is normally seventy bucks and the chrome cast ultra which is also normally seventy bucks three months of stadia for you three months of stadium for a friend. Which is so nice to give someone access to stadium, but not have a controller for them. Just kind of a separate thing, and then. Access to early registration for your username on stadia, which is obviously super important for your future as a prolific game. Streamer. Absolutely. And, and then early access to, to one of the you know the the one game that you're gonna get at launch something like just the hardware. The, the kid itself is one hundred twenty nine dollars, which in and of itself is cheaper than buying the controller on the chrome cast Alterra separately. Plus, you get the, the three months of pro so that's thirty bucks, right there. Yeah. You get three months on top of that. And then three months that you can gift to someone else that they have made it clear, what, the, the gifting price is going to be I assume it also just be the ten bucks a month. I liked that. They're starting out with a gifting idea because I you know, I have family members that I would probably gift stadia to, you know, but, but, you know, even if it's not something that I end up playing myself, so. So for them to start off with a gifting concept, is something that I like, especially given Jen, and my recent frustration with trying to gift things through the PlayStation store and how just it just doesn't exist anymore. It's also a good kind of marketing tactic like as a way for people to kind of spread the word about stadium and have people, maybe try it for free. And then the ice whom they hope that allow these people who have the buddy pass will purchase stuff of their own or get a buddy pass for somebody else, or something like that
Cholera outbreak declared in cyclone-hit northern Mozambique
"For the first time in recorded history. Mozambique has been hit by two cyclones in a single season. Cyclone Kenneth made landfall just over a week ago killing forty one people and now sparking a cholera outbreak last month. Cyclone dies struck central Mozambique killing more than six hundred people and leading to thousands of cases of cholera and malaria aid. Groups are now struggling to help the millions of people affected by both powerful storms. Unicef spokesman Daniel TIMMY, told the Associated Press that half of the one hundred fifty thousand people affected by cyclone. Kenneth our children the children here have shelter. They are the looking ones he said, adding in many parts of the province that children are still out there, and we need to reach them to provide shelter food and
Tim Duncan has a new look
"I Tim Duncan as a new look keep moving or hit the brakes hit the brake. Let's check in on the big fundamental look at the time in on Tim Dunkins head look at that. What I like about this? He let it go. But he also kept a tight on the sides. That's tell I'm retired. I'm living the life. I want to. But I'm also going to keep it tight and right for the fans any shape to product placement quality minutes, where is he suddenly science lab or something like what's behind him? He's barefoot. He looks like he's having you got forget what you gotta remember about Tim Duncan. He's an international player. People. Forget that. We'll talk about the best international players people. Do not mention Tim Duncan. Well, usually when that distinction happens. They talk about people that didn't go to high school or college in the United. So the Europeans or whatever. But TIMMY is one of the best international players of all time. Do not forget that next. I have some really bad news for the Milwaukee Bucks. Even moving her hit the brakes keep it moving and keep it moving. The news merited could be out for two to four should be back for the play offs. At least a second round. Hopefully, they get back brogden to we have an update on someone. We haven't spoken about a long time Marquel. Foltz keep moving or hit the brakes. We'll keep it moving for. Now they move and Jacoby move. And you know, still trying to get healthy. He's in Orlando. I'm wishing I'm love to start the season next year. We also have an update on someone else. We haven't spoken about in a long time. A gentleman by the name of Jimmy for debt can move into hit the brakes hit the brakes on this. We haven't announced me, ladies and gentlemen, my guy. Jimmy Puckett's is back in the league Jimmy buckets. He'll put fifty up when he's in the G league hill put hundred up when he's in China for some reason when he's in the N B A he doesn't perform. The way he has the other lease. But you knew buckets is reportedly going to be a member of the Phoenix Suns had he build up. They're still tanking. This is further evidence. They'll make they may get a call from Adam silver like y'all taking this too far.
St. Marys women fall on last-second shot by UC Davis Morgan Bertsch
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Saint Mary's women fall on last second shot by UC Davis's Morgan. Birch Morgan Birch hit a jumper with a second remaining Monday as host UC Davis adds Saint Mary's seventy six to seventy four on Monday night. The Gaels Emily Cottingham hit a three pointer with four seconds left to tie the game. Birds continued a game high twenty two points for the aggies. Seven five Nina solo added fourteen Madeline Holland paste, the Gaels five to four with seventeen points and Sydney regio had sixteen Meghan McCain had fourteen points and fourteen rebounds. Arizona sixty two tip forty Ari McDonald, led a balanced attack with fifteen points and dished out nine assists. As the host Wildcats nine one one easily McDonald is second in the NCWA in scoring with an average of twenty five point seven points per game. Briefly Baylor fell out of the top five for the first time. A nearly a year after losing at Stanford on Saturday. The lady bears dropped from third to six in the AP poll after losing sixty eight to sixty three to the then number eleven cardinal Stanford moved up to eighth Connecticut and Notre Dame still are the top two teams in the country. Callous number fourteen the bears host Yukon on Saturday afternoon. Men Sabin Lee scored fourteen points to lead five players in double figures and sharp shooting. Vanderbilt beat number eighteen Arezzo state eighty one to sixty five in Nashville Vanderbilt snapped an eight game skid against ranked opponents the Commodores seven two also beat Arizona state eight to for the first time in five tries on the sun. Devils first visit to memorial gym number eleven Florida's state eighty five southeast, Missouri. Sixty eight Trent Forrest scored a career-high twenty three points and freshman. Devon vassal added sixteen as the Seminoles nine one recovered from. Sluggish first half and beat the redhawks. Five seven Utah ninety three Florida AM sixty four Parker Van Dyke scored a career-high twenty points while making a career high six three pointers to lead the host youths five five over the Rattlers three nine TIMMY, Allen and Cedric bear field added sixteen points. A piece for the Oregon state eighty two Pepperdine sixty seven Cuyler Kelly set a school record with nine blocks and added ten points and nine rebounds as the host beavers seven three beat the waves six six Washington state ninety four writer eighty Robert Franks had twenty five points, twelve rebounds and five assists as the host Cougars. Six three beat the Bronx for four briefly, Kansas Duke and Tennessee were one two three and the AP top twenty five poll for the second straight week. Meanwhile, reigning national champion Villanova fell out for a second time Gaza which lost the number one ranking. After a loss to Tennessee on December ninth fell four spots to eighth after Saturday's loss at North Carolina.
"timmy" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"timmy" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"timmy" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
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"timmy" Discussed on Yeah, But Still
"Yeah i mean yeah we thought it would be we thought maybe timmy thick was real but older and then today of course i mean basically to catch the listeners up to i mean i message today i mean i kind of thought based on the thread you did today that like you in and i thought it was either two things well i i thought there's a chance it is timmy thick trying to do a weird troll which i guess kind of as a case but and then after talking you're being vague and i thought oh man like essentially i thought the worst thing would be if you were like a kid that went to high school with with justin moore like you know you're stealing pictures off his private instagram and just like you know what i mean and so i yes i was messaging you because if that was the case you know that's like a big web to untangle okay the the harvard tweet i really didn't expect it to blow up like honestly i was expecting pop and then i deleted our later yeah but it did number so of course i'm not going to delete it but then the situation will stuck with was like between well inbetween i can't hold on let me think for a second maybe like a couple days before i treated that we were just discussing about him branching own but it wasn't like a permanent decision so then actor actor i tweeted that we had like made a he well he made the decision that he will like to guard his own don't be and he don't want to be known as to me take the more now he i don't his words was he doesn't like the name any more so i didn't want to just like leave account sit in and sitting and sitting because i see like people like i seen people freaking out like oh my god like is.
"timmy" Discussed on Yeah, But Still
"Basically everything twitter i did because he don't know how to use twitter so everything twitter i did what was doing but with us me what what what side of it was he doing he was the way like the instagram part of it got it but i like it was it was my i created the count and i wanted him to be able to go live and talk to his ends and things like that so i i would i i we started off with both of us just having the password 'cause you know i will take care of some of the business aspects in the dmz or whatever he's messaging spam accounts or as friends spam accounts frayn's just random people got it yeah so i mean the timmy thick personas like a gay thick high school boy basically it was vague age is the is justin gay i mean he's young so it's not like efforts i really didn't know 'cause he would never really answer me but i'm guessing i'm yeah i'm a hundred percent sure yet okay i mean yeah i mean i think people do genuinely like timmy thick even outside of the jokes i think there's something there that people really latch onto in a on ironic way honestly honestly i honestly when i first that video the only reason i drink like if you saw the little question answering before i i kinda had like a visualization the day before actually seen video visualization of this this like this boy drake breaking the gender norms of society because growing up as you can see like my voice is very low so a lot of people like make fun of me for being like feminine you know.
"timmy" Discussed on Yeah, But Still
"No i wouldn't i wouldn't have spent two years working with him if he was about person he he's he's he's good he's very artistic artistic i guess you could say on nonchalant he's a person so i mean was this how much of timmy thick was an act for him and how much is that similar to who he really is on i don't believe it was well let me not say i will leave it's it's who he truly as but i believe when we started working together he discovered more parts of his oath that he wasn't entombed to like i i he which is i don't wanna say efforts he would just keyboards never dress like way or put now one and we still have to go the he may be discovered more parts of himself which i'm totally fine with it's good that he is a part of this you know do are you still go with each other own gear we don't have any problem based on our conversation earlier we are talking and you said that he wanted to go separate ways what you know he he has a huge following that people like what why doesn't he want to take it over because i feel like that would be the best way is basically his his opinion was it was because i must start it from my point in the nakata's sure upon us like i talking this was kinda supposed to be like from i'm supposed to basically be manager toward him so i'm supposed to you know get business in the door and then he takes i repeatedly like got deals coming people trying to with 'em p charming start you know something like this what him get on this podcast and tell them about these things but he would never take seriously so from my point i just felt like he didn't care about the business aspect of it he just wanted i don't wanna say he just wanted to fame.
"timmy" Discussed on Yeah, But Still
"Yes bring on like internet people but he is by absolutely worth bring yeah well he's he's he's not an internet person he's a real like timmy thick is he transcends that he transcends everything i think is just a cultural figure yeah an important one possible future political candidate if you had it my way oh i hope he's he's real yeah oh another thing nothing i wanna talk about this a big it's not that big of a transition but i was sending you this so i was just having one of those wild like boredom ideas where i was just decided for some reason that i wanted to go check out jokes dot com whatever that would be like and actually used to be i remember going to the website a long time ago jokes dot com and it's just literally like jokes you know we'll yeah isn't jokes dot com will it was like the comedy central no so now it's that they bought the r l and see if you jokes dot com it takes you to a section of the comedy central website where they just have typed out jokes and like some of them are just fuck joe suck com used to rule i know it was just like i know that that's like a weird thing to say to be like oh like i remember when jokes dot com was great we'll just a really like comprehensive way that was like you know this is premium jokes like premium where you're looking for.
"timmy" Discussed on Yeah, But Still
"I just i was like just checking who timmy follows and like it's a lot of i think he follows he follows follows back on like accounts with a lot of followers verified yeah he like do the semi thick follow you out of the check i've never interacted with them but also just the thought of timmy thick just getting a lot of far left political tweets like just in his feet of whatever else there's like i think there is like a lot of support from the left yes for left the new left yeah i've never engaged timmy thick so timmy thick doesn't follow you i'm checking right now nope he's always like he always has his instagram taken down so there's like a lot of a lot of bread crumbs that get like i don't know i i don't know how what i was about to make like a bad analogy whereas like there's little breadcrumbs but then they get swept up that is a good analogy actually what am i talking about that's a great analogy there's little breadcrumbs the timmy thick is leaving and then somebody sweeping them up who is that person maybe timmy thick who has the broom i think to me thick might have the broom interesting i mean see what he says dude we that'd be a perfect person to bring on the pod he's always be worthwhile like i don't wanna bring on too many internet you know like internet people like that's not usually what i would want to do in the pod.
"timmy" Discussed on Yeah, But Still
"Yeah imagine finding out your kid is timmy thick i hope he's stoked except for the hose you wouldn't be so it would be i mean or imagine literally just the whole thing imagine not knowing your kid is timmy thick i think you know what i mean like like a funny cousin to have oh timmy thick would be an amazing 'cause dozen these amazing v8 amazing friend this person people laugh at either like i every loves timmy thing we respect to yes this is not i don't think it's an irony thing or anything well it is legitimately it's respect though yeah i mean it's no i think timmy take a revered figure yeah there's no like the level of if it was fake or something i just don't yeah and even if it was i don't think it's something worth revealing it's like a lot of that was fake like what kind of troll would it be like oh yeah we invented a fake trans teen like he's timmy think isn't trans though what would i mean he's what would you to meet trans he's not really like us to decide but he is like to me thinks just like a ho we don't know what he had done us i think to me to me take always like has been just the gay boy might be non binary but he follows a why does it's by the way it's so funny that timothy follows will manager.
"timmy" Discussed on Yeah, But Still
"Yeah i yeah i think to me thick is like a yeah thought he's worth mind you yes none of this really changes anything it's just like that's more of an explanation of how figures and and age thing 'cause many factors of like it would be very weird if he's truly that young on twitter i wanna i need to see to me thinks proportions like on paper height yeah needs to see somebody which the fact that you want that is the funniest part about timmy thick too is that we're all i'm just thinking about like can you please send me your measurements timmy mark mark zuckerberg like writing on writing on the window but it's just timmy thanks measurements it's him trying to measure timmy thick oh by the way i really do think we should shoot a martin shkreli trailer is it too late to be a good patriotic thing to do that'll note mental note yeah timmy will did you dm because i think you should just did okay i just timmy thick yeah i mean i think you'll be down call in that'd be good a good timmy thick call in would be i wouldn't confront him huge i would love to just find out i mean basic info no there's no gotcha journalism no absolutely not i'm not trying to like do some sort of timmy thick expose i mean i'm on his team i think he might be a little old older than we think he is i think to me rick imagine is legal.
"timmy" Discussed on Yeah, But Still
"Dad every day for eighteen years yeah i guess that's a bad i really think that i didn't really think that we're we're pretty much pretty much live you know you're making stuff up on the fly it's all good yeah you know this is not gonna cut that out it's live means oh dude in other news this week which is really for the true the true heads i think timmy thick timmy thicken the everybody knows who i don't think so i don't think everybody think is to be on twitter i think and then you have to be on deep twitter i feel to me thank the household name that i may be thought he was i mean if you not me thick i think he is on your mind all the time i think about him all the time you probably about him all the time yeah pretty much he's just there to me thick in what way just you know guiding me i i mean so timmy thick for the listeners that don't know he's basically like a thought he child he's just like he's like if a bad bitch was like he's like in atlanta bad bitch but he's he's a why child he's a white teen a vice teen boy that wants to be like kim kardashian yeah like he's like thirteen just like posts a lot of life is very thick thought he picks where he like has like a dunk he has a dunk like timmy thick has like a fucking yet it's a lot of it's a lot of photos where it's like sort of back turn like middle finger out.