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Pandemic persists, new restaurants prevail in Philadelphia
"Many restaurants are struggling to new restaurants and a pop up concepts are opening in Philadelphia. Okay, Y W. Said Oscar's nuts With the story obstacle. Some restaurants are still open. I'm chef owner Ricky Camacho opened a hoe in Northern Liberties. Jose inspired Mexican restaurant Tobias Moser is with the wayward in at the Canopy Hotel at 11th and Ludlow. That's an American brasserie and restauranteur in Michael's. Olson opened a new pop up in the 1500 block of Phantoms. Charcoal is a Korean concept. There have been some setbacks. We're supposed to open originally back in April, some of those particularly devastating I've personally had AH, lost my older brother to Cove in 19. Kamata says he believes his brother would have wanted him to continue with this. Opening, even at this time, something not an industry to get into if you're not willing to do whatever it takes to survive, so this is just a time where we have to do a little bit more. Wilson says he's in favor of Pennsylvania's dining restrictions, but adds that the full restaurant experience can't be felt solely through take out. You can't put lighting atmosphere service hospitality into it to go box and those air ads with travel on hold. Perhaps outdoor dining can fill that void since travelling is limited really about transporting you somewhere that gives you a feeling and that's the next level of dining. You know, Badass Cousin it's k y w news, radio time for
What does Defund The Police mean today, tomorrow and next year? What other options are there?
"I'd be willing to bet that the phrase abolish. The police gets a reaction from you. Whether it's a sarcastic, scoff or an enthusiastic cheer I don't know. But it's provocative and that's the point. It sounds total. What about De Fund the police? Maybe. That's a little more palatable, but do you know what it means? Right now Paul say that a majority in both Canada and the United States oppose it at least as a slogan. What about stuff like bias, training and body cameras? Those things have lots of port. We also have lots of research that says they don't actually reform much. So something's gotTa give move. There is vast support and energy right now for real police reform. Nearly all of us agree that police brutality and racism is a huge problem that needs meaningful action. So what happens? What would abolishing or defunding police? Departments actually look like today tomorrow next year five years from now. How can reform advocates get the proper message across to the general public who are spooked by these slogans? And is there anything else something in the middle between superficial measures and massive reform? That could help right now. What can we actually do? To start fixing this. I'm Jordan Heath Rawlings? This is the big story. Monica Bell is an associate professor of law and sociology at Yale and she's going to help explain some of the concepts that are floating around right now hello Monica. Our you I'm very well. Thank you and I'm hoping to wrap my mind around some of the proposals right now for reforming police forces in America but also in Canada to. Why don't we start just by talking a little bit about what is being proposed a? How varied are some of the demands and requests and things being proposed even by mayors of cities, yeah, so the Bulls are extremely varied proposals ranging from probably. Probably the one that's gotten most air time a defunding dismantling than there are also proposals that sound a lot more like things we've heard in the past like body cameras is one that is still being opposed a new by some a mayors and police chiefs are there also reforms being proposed like additional training and Tobias Training and procedural justice, training among certain police departments, so it's really a the full, the full range of proposals. Both new and old are being discussed in this firm moment. Let's start with the most aggressive one and we'll get to de-fund the police in a minute because I gather. That's really complicated, but we've also heard calls to a rate of the police and when people say that, what do they mean and in a world like that? What would replace them? So I WANNA start by making really clear that I don't think I can speak on behalf of the Abolition Movement sure for for many reasons. I think you know I've been reading myself about The calls for prison abolition for about four years, but there are people who've been working on these topics for decades so I, just WanNa acknowledge that, so I think there is a range there's a very wide range of people who call themselves abolitionists right now and so some of those people for some of the I would wager a bear small minority that means dismantling the police right now I think most people who identifies the abolitionists. Would say something else, which is that we should be working toward a world in which we don't need. We don't imagine ourselves needing police prisons, the changing make right now on could lead toward a world in which we use the police less, or it could lead to a world in which we use the police more so as much more about what you imagine as the in point of reform in less about. What we should do. In this current moment so on, and there's a lot of writing that underpins that particular perspective and I think one of the one of the reasons, the conversation by abolitionist really complicated is. In the public discourse people here, wow, abolish the police that sounds outrageous timbre. because. Of course we don't. We're not in a situation where we can actually get rid of the police right now of everywhere. In part because. We don't have alternative institutions that do anything about the crime in safety concerns that people have and those are real right I mean there are you know. People are subjected to violence every day. We need some sort of response to that and so right now the only response we can imagine in the only response that has resources really are are the police. The prisons in the entire kind of criminal legal conflicts like that's what we have on everywhere, but actually you know a lot of the. Literature, on abolition has much has much more embrace of incremental approaches to getting to an end point,
Non-Animal Origin cell culture supplements and manufacturing aids for biologics manufacturing
"Welcome TO THE CELL. Culture dish podcast. Non Animal origin cell culture supplement in manufacturing AIDS for biologics manufacturing. I'm Brandy Sergeant Editor of Cell Culture Dish joining me. Today is Dr Tobias Hurtig Regulatory Affairs Manager and Dr Tillman Product Manager Supplement in manufacturing and both with mark. Kgi Darmstadt Germany. I wanted to start today by asking if you could give us. A definition of non animal origin. Is there an industry wide understanding of the term? I would love to give you a definition for anymore origin or industry-wide definition of for anymore origin. Free or non anymore origin. Unfortunately there is no definition and there is no useful or clear. Definition provided by the regulator switch rate. Cipolla provide you a definition for animal origin. But not for non any minority with that in mind. What are the distinctions between primary secondary and tertiary levels for non an origin? So these determine partners attach level non anymore our Chin or animal origin. Free these terms are used to what people try to distinguish how far away they believe. The actual origin is for instance primary non anymore. Origin would mean okay. Something which is not directly derived from animal secondary on animal origin would be used when you want to say okay. He has something for instance last week. Produce Feminization and dissemination media did not contain any animal orchard material for instance recumbent insulin produced by bacteria. And if I may use the recumbent intimate as an example for tests and that could be used when you want to say okay. He is pro instantly which needs kieft into instantly by an enzyme. And this enzyme that I'm using a knot of animal origin and be also is not coming out of feminization which an arched material in media. These terms are not fully defined. So if you read about these terms you want to make sure that you really understand what the author or the user actually wants to tell you. Thank you for that. That's helpful as a basis for discussion. I was hoping you could also clarify vice for for listeners. Why is animal origin? Such a big concern in the cell culture realm let you start with why Edema or a Chin a concern. Animal origin is concerned. Typically with the from sound are adventitious agents coming with that animal material Dr However other concerns for instance dictate religious concerns halal kosher concerns around the origin. That could be lifestyle concerns that you think but we can waive alleged. Cheese are CO ever. These could also allergies. Ause topic focuses planned to proteins but they major issue are adventitious agents which could be so Nautica so they could cross the species barrier from the animal to human to the patient and causes disease with the patient These competitions agents might be viruses for instance sonars. A rabies are viruses that I've known to cross the species barrier or a protein protein-based agency like There the priors causing TSE pse. Other concerns are related to the supply situation so getting animal origin raw material. Importing that into your country could be associated with restrictions likewise she ever media produced which contains unlimited died might be import-restricted into the country. Where your customers sitting with the got to the Cell Culture? There is a another concern. And that is these the celts. The mammalian cell Kasha might be susceptible to such viruses. And if you OUGHTA robbing a nephew witcher on a bio rector unachieved g conditions. You need to tightly control your by tour and a virus might have a whatsoever effect to yourself. Kasha and from that point on your cell culture would not be regarded as p compliance. We talked a little bit about the fact that there isn't a regulatory definition of non animal origin. But I'm hoping that you could share with us. What the regulatory view on animal origin components is the regulatory few on Non Amel components is of course that this is the preferred As a regulatory person you would like to avoid any more mature whenever possible or you would expect that any moment you to comply with all the Pantin interrelations with regard to non animal materials and Lesser Regulatory Person. I feel that as much as I appreciate it. I always cautious because I don't want to end. Wishful thinking and due diligence is always required. Are those non animal materials. Don't get blind folded around the the documentation truly want to understand why this material is known in origin. So keep your eyes. Open your mind work with your suppliers as close as possible to truly understand when they talking about nine non anymore origin. Is that exactly what you want to half what you think? Non Animal Arjun is to avoid any ambiguity and confusion and at the end natives disappointment. I also feel like Worthwhile when you're auditing your vendors to question the the animal or non Hemel origin situation and to make sure that you're suppliers are in fact producing S. You wish to
"tobias" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast
"Can I or Kissel piece written and performed by Tobias Jordan in memory of friend? Thank you so much tobias for this lovely talk which really was inspiring again. We had planned that into you a little bit earlier already but unfortunately you those those really terrible weather situations in this part of England Tobias lives. We had to postpone talk twice. But I'm glad stir things have returned at least on that level a little bit to normal for him and that we were now finally able to speak into into you. Okay came friends and listeners. That story end of today's show right. But you know that I don't let you go before I have told you what you are going to hear in the next episode. Okay there we go in episode nineteen. I I'm going to talk to our special guest. I believe to American Science Fiction Author Comic Book Writer and Expert on Tori. Tomorrow Rachel polack. She's a highly regarded writer and terro specialist very deep inspired by Kabul approach and by classical approach. Tomorrow I don't tell you more about her book. Seventy eight degrees of wisdom that has been described by Tarot readers and teachers around the world as Bible of Tarot reader. So all of you who are thorough fans. You really should listen to this interview. And those of you who are not yet so much into well you also should listen because you'll probably become fan great Well yeah the task being it today and next week next show will be coming to you on Sunday may tenth. Today we are talking with by a certain about Crowley's India and that means I can only tell you now take care. Stay tuned A.
Remdesivir: early findings on experimental coronavirus drug offer quite good news
"Good afternoon I've read for our times story there's a new drug that significantly helps patients with corona virus Providence hospitals in Portland have been part of a drug trial Dr Tobias Pusch says it's very effective the patients were on average discharged five about four five days earlier than patients not receiving room disappear pushed as a drug has broad spectrum activity against RNA viruses including sars and covert nineteen the drug's success is also expected to lead to similar drugs that might be even more effective in treating corona virus
Michael Jordan series on ESPN, 'The Last Dance,' moved up
"At home the Michael Jordan documentary the last dance premiered last night K. Y. WCVB has a look at what the buzz is all about fans were hoping the ten part docu series could be a substitute for live games in the first two episodes got excellent reviews the documentaries about Michael Jordan's last season in Chicago in the stories attach that championship the last dance was originally supposed to premiere in June but was moved up after sports league shut down due to the pandemic the executive producer of the features Philadelphia native Mike Tollin who told W. I. P. last week doing this for forty plus years and I've never been involved in a production with this level of anticipate Sunday night fans and players were tweeting about the feature is if it were a game seventy Sixers forward Tobias Harris was wondering if ESPN could air more episodes last night after the first two went on Magic Johnson called it fantastic we don't know when sporting events are coming back but in the meantime fans will be able to watch this docu series every week Dave uran KYW
The Last Dance Premiere Reactions: The Michael Jordan Project
"Jordan docu series the last dance premiered on ESPN last night K. Y. W. debut ram joining us live with reaction to those first two episodes good morning Dave good morning Carol because the pandemic shut down sporting events the premiere date of this Jordan documentary was moved up from June it gives fans something to do as they wait for games to come back based on the tweets have been reading people love the premier seventy Sixers for Tobias Harris tweeted best two hours of the quarantine eagles legend Brian Dawkins tweeted it brought back so many memories the documentaries about the nineteen ninety seven ninety eight Chicago Bulls and all the backstory surrounding that season which was Michael Jordan's last with the bulls their final title of that dynasty Philadelphia native Mike told is the executive producer and he told W. I. P. last week a guy who just cares deeply is intense is emotional and he's and he was really honest with us I think you see a candor Michael Jordan that you've never seen Carol told also said that Jordan showed interest in doing this documentary with Toland after noticing that one of his past projects was a feature on Allen
Minus Embiid and Simmons, Harris leads 76ers past Knicks
"Forward Tobias Harris led the way for the seventy Sixers you came away with the one fifty one oh six win over the next Harris scored nine of Philadelphia's first full points of the game his three point basket and way up in the second quarter push the Sixers lead the twenty at the New York pulled within five late in the contest Harris had a pair of baskets that sealed the win Harris finished with a game high thirty four points shake Milton added nineteen Julius Randle led the Knicks with thirty Michael Luongo Philadelphia
Ben Simmons' Injury Calls for More Consistency From Joel Embiid
"More bad news regarding Ben Simmons yesterday. He reportedly has a nerve impingement in his lower back. As a result he's expected to now be sidelined for an extended period of time. He will be reevaluated. In two weeks there is little expectation. Though that he'll be close to return at that point. Nick is the sixers season basically in jeopardy or is now this embiid. It's time to go out there and own it and shine. Yes and yes yes. They're seasons in jeopardy. Their season jeopardy basically evidently since the season started when they did not take a leap forward and step instead they took a step or a step and a half backwards but yes also this is Joel. Embiid opportunity to show everyone. We can be better without Ben Simmons. Mb Better with a point guard or with a collection of players in return for Ben Simmons that better fit my very unique skill set in the modern NBA. That Simmons and embiid have been an awkward fit from the beginning because of Simmons refusal to shoot and because embiid even though he will take some three pointers is maybe our last remaining old school. Nba Center back to the basket. Give me the ball. I'M GONNA punish you on the post and so the fit has just been awkward. And we've seen that. Both guys have at times played their best basketball games. The other guy has missed playoffs last year. Maybe best game whose career was a game. Joel embiid was out. Joel embiid the highest scoring game of his career. Literally was the other night when Ben Simmons was out and so I think Antoine. With or without Simmons. This is not a championship level team. They have not played to that level anywhere close with through fifty five games while the bucks clearly have but it is an opportunity for Joel. Embiid to give the sixers. Maybe a sneak preview of what the team would look like if this offseason. They were to see what Ben Simmons could fetch on the open market. I believe that. Obviously they're not. They're not a team that can win win with either one of those guys together or without them. They're not going to be able to win. And these two conference. I think the fourth best team in the East I think obviously Milwaukee's better than the Celtics. Antonio I think all three of those teams better than them even when phillies whole Right now this is going to be opportunity. L. andbranch legitimate shot to really get take a really good sample size of what they all. Look like if Ben Simmons then play and I would look at it. I will take that approach. Because that's been the compensation that maybe these guys cannot 'cause this together so I will take a look at that and see if embiid could be the guy that you can build around and see if you can win with him that fourteen game five hundred. Just settling scores still out there. Tobias Harris a guy you pay big into free agency. You still have him. Obviously Josh Switches on team you made a great trade thought an ad and scorns the team without its birth and then Robinson added to other guys. That can score the basketball. So they're not they're not out of they're gonNA make the playoffs. They should be able to win a first round series without Ben Simmons Back Andrew. I take that very serious. I think this is something that you cannot rush rush back. This is a guy a franchise type player. So you don't want to rush him back just for this season so you gotta make sure he's healthy. But I do not believe when even with both of those guys that are fourth best team in the East and you got to be very cautious to bring a same as back a- and at times it's unfair we've said on this show before the single best in life in the NBA. Is the the non superstar on the Max contract because you get all the money with none of the pressure none of the criticism? We talk so much about Simmons and embiid. Tobias Harris has not played nearly up to the standards. They paid him to play at an Al Horford. That that move right now is one. They would like back the money they gave. Horford in the fit. But those guys are I. Don't WANNA say untradable with those guys are going to be on the team next season. So you do want to see what those two guys can look like with. Embiid there without Simmons but the the numbers are are jarring. As far as way win the sixers are at their best with with embiid without some between show him. I think within bead without Simmons with Simmons without embiid with both of them with neither so that's their margin that's their net rating with just embiid. That is a that is a great team as far as net rating with just Simmons. That's a good team with both of them. That's an average team and obviously with neither of them. It's a terrible team. You don't WanNa see the numbers like that that somehow they are the worst with both of them then with just one of the two it does speak to potentially a bigger problem also to add to that. I just think when you're to superstars in both of those guys are stars last year. Yep they didn't get better You know you gotTa You. GotTa sometimes you look in the mirror. Ben Simmons to shoot a jump shot. That's embarrassing you know. You had to add a jump shot you smith all summer. You got everybody filming. You shoot. Jump shots you only want to shoot. Won The game so let me ask you this then. There have been so many stops along the way where we're Ben. Simmons could have been like. Oh okay reality check or now. It's time for me to now. It's an off season. It's time for me to get better. I've gotten myself so far if Joel embiid goes out and carries this team and I know that the record coming up or their schedules schedule is going to be a little bit easy but say they go out and be great without Ben Simmons. Could that be a wakeup call? Could that be a a little bit of a gut check like listen? I got I got to step my game up if this is not where my future is looking at. This has been. The talk is the conversation L. Brent. They may have the sits may have no they don't trade it and neither one of them but I think if you WanNa trae one of them you get a good look at. I think it's just a fact you get an opportunity to look at it. Take a real good sample size and see what you like. If you WANNA take one or the other I will keep both of them. I will just hold both of them accountable. I think you have to have real talks with them and say if you WANNA get on to the next level. We got to continue to improve. That's everything when be continue working on his body getting better law he what. He's good and where he could be effective at his game. Ben Simmons has to develop some type of jump shot or at least attempt some type of Johnson for him to continue to get better so he can expand his game. You gotta put that pressure on them and these guys have been making all star teams. These guys are supposed to be getting you over the Hump and getting you back to the finals. And they're not making the right adjustments in their game. So it'd be interesting to see what what Philly does. But what's so odd is their first year together. They were a dynamic. On-court pair that the net rating that. I just showed when they're together is point. Nine less than one point was fifteen and a half plus fifteen half their first year together. The year they ended the regular season on that crazy. Winning streak seemed like a really dangerous team going into the postseason until I think it was the celtics knocked him out in the CA- yeah it was the Celtics in the second round of the Eastern Conference playoffs last year together. They were not as good as plus half but plus eight when they're on the court together this year to be plus one inch or two best players it makes no sense. Ginny. You say the reality check. Promise reality if you've been similar like well first year in the league. I'm the best rookie. My second year in the League I I make an all star team. Then I get a Max contract thirty in league all star again. I'm making Max money. Seems like what I'm doing is working here so it depends on what your what your ultimate goal is and what you measure success by. I think been someone who would sell. You Failed Never
Atlanta Hawks vs Philadelphia 76ers
"Sixers basketball tonight at the center is the they welcome the Atlanta Hawks detailed Sixers come in thirty five and twenty two sitting fifth in the Eastern Conference looking to bounce back from Saturday night's road loss to Milwaukee Sixers have split their first two meetings with the hawks this season both games were played down in Georgia Atlanta just all seventeen and forty one squad heading into tonight but they have won two straight no Ben Simmons tonight for the Sixers out with a lower back issue for Tobias Harris now listed as questionable he is dealing with a knee contusion the night's game slated to get underway at seven
German gunman calling for genocide kills nine.
"A forty three year old German who posted a manifesto calling for the complete extermination of many races or cultures in our midst shot and killed nine people of foreign background. Most of them Turkish in an attack on a HOOPLA and other sites in a Frankfurt suburb authority said last night he was later found dead at his home along with his mother and authority said they were treating the rampage as an act of domestic terrorism. The gunman attacked the hookah bar in a neighbouring cafe in Hanau around ten PM on Wednesday killing several people then travelled around one and a half miles and opened fire again. I on a car and then a sports bar claiming more victims. The bloodshed came amid growing concern about far right to violence in Germany and stepped up efforts from authorities to crack down on it including last week's detention of a dozen men on suspicion. They were planning attacks against politicians and minorities Chancellor Angela Merkel said the shootings exposed the poison of racism in Germany and she pledged to stand up against those who seek to divide the country. People have Turkish background. Makeup Germany's single largest minority and Turkey's ambassador said five of the dead were Turkish citizens. The gunman was identified. Only as Tobias are in line with German privacy laws and confirmed that he had posted extremist videos and manifesto with confused ideas and far fetched conspiracy theories on his website. Gemin- police will also examining video. That he may have posted online several days before the attack in which he detailed a conspiracy theory about child abuse in the US in his manifesto. The gunman made one reference to Donald Trump writing. I doubt that Donald Trump knowingly implements my recommendations he suggested that mind control might be at work
Tobias Wolff: This Boys Life
"This show began over thirty years ago and one of the first books that was on. This show was a book. A memoir called this boy's life. It's by my guest Tobias Wolff now the original publisher Grove has published a thirtieth anniversary edition of this boy's life. I'll tell you if you do a book show and I know you don't you. Don't get to re read the books that you read thirty years ago and so I re- read this boy's life. It's better than I remembered it even originally and I loved it originally. Tell me. Did you ever expect that your hands would be dirty? Buy this book again. Oh you never know what to expect with With a book what sort of life. It will have When you finish a book you're pretty much thinking then about the next book Elliott has a wonderful line in the four quartets. He says For us there is only the trying the rest is not our business and it it that something that Iraq had better take to heart. Will this always life? It's one of the first memoirs in this huge movement which restored memoir to respect ability. But also although you insist on its factuality it stands at the beginning of what becomes the train of auto fiction people who are writing about their lives as honestly as possible. The question is what about? The structure of the book. Turns it into readable fiction then as I was reading this boy's life what I saw again and again in each chapter was that you'd structured the events around crises and capitulation 's that allowed the book to make its way from beginning to end without seeming like a memoir seeming instead as if life itself the thing we hope is an adventure But this boy's life sees him through his mother's divorce his first and terrifying stepfather his escape from home to a prep school. He is thoroughly unprepared for and in the process allows US SOC- what goes the making of a writer's life pretty good for someone who really was at the start of a career. It was one of those books that I almost didn't choose to right at that. Sounds mystical and and and writers should avoid mystical language about their about their projects in their process but It it always seemed to me a a genre to be avoided the memoir and even though I loved some memoirs Mary McCarthy's memories of the Catholic girlhood is a great favourite of mine. Loves NABOKOV SPEAK MEMORY AND My own brothers Duke of deception. Which in fact was yet another reason. I thought that this was something that I wasn't going to do. I thought go get my family's been covered in this way so it really hadn't because my brother grew up with my father continente way from my experience growing up with my mother and we rarely saw each other but No I was Sort of in some strange way dragged kicking and screaming into the writing of this book but once I got started and and I don't mean by anybody else I mean by inner promptings But once I got started I threw everything else. Aside I found myself caught up in these memories and I suppose like many writers I tend to remember the past in terms of stories. I've told stories about my past. And there's no doubt that without my meaning to the shaping of a memory and two story involves SOM editing that that I'm even unaware of And but these-these. This is what happened this noise life was your entrance into my permanent memory. Not only that it have unforgettable beautiful cover still does. They've kept this cover But somehow or other the care with the writing is something different from the care with a story and sentence by sentence. There's so much betrayal of the care being taken this no show of stuff. It's very carefully done but not artfully done. You're concerned with the pains of this boy's life. Because Boys Life. The magazine that was for scouts was telling about every boy's life and now we were going to hear about this boy's life now too biased. Wolf can you remember at all about talking about this book on Bookworm years ago? Oh I remember talking with you about it I don't remember exactly what we talked about though. Yeah I would I loved was just as I recognized. Jewison Reiner you recognize me as a reader and subsequently you would sign your books to my best reader and I was saw flattered and honored by that and I think I want to talk to you about the relation between writers and readers because over these years between the people who've read the book and the People who've seen the movie that is very loosely based on the book There are people in the world who think they know you? How do you feel about that? I especially feel uncomfortable about it when When they think they know me because of the movie. Okay like I've had people come up to me and say Y I I read your book. And how did you know so much about your mother? Sex Life and I try to be polite but there's nothing in in the book that would lead them to ask that question. That would have been in the movie. Which as you say is very loosely adapted readers people who are readers They understand understate. You know look they understand that. We shared difficult experiences that And that's why they would read a book like this and finish it and so the kinds of conversations I have with people read it. Have been actually very gratifying to me. Often they'll say I had a you know. I had a young boy in my class. Who really seemed to be going off the rails and I gave him your book and it seemed to mean a lot to him. He felt like he had some company in the world. And that didn't have to go badly. And you know if somebody says something like that to me. It just lifts my heart and gives me fuel for the work ahead so I on the whole. I'm I'm very grateful for the way in which people respond to this book. I'M TALKING TO BIAS. Wolf on the thirtieth anniversary of his memoir. This boy's life a book that I had the pleasure to go back and reread. And you know. It's such a detailed book that on my first reading. I didn't realize how haunting it is in Hemingway's Nick Adams stories. We remember phrases. That are unforgettable. You specifically rejected. It seems to me that kind of writing for writing. That's much more detailed and to the point of the places you lived so there's a town up north called concrete. Yes that's where I went to high school. I didn't actually live concrete. Was the metropolis if you will. Where I went to high school. I lived in a little village. About thirty five miles up the Skagit River from concrete And we took the school bus down every morning and back home at night through this wind e dangerous road And and that was but that was the name of the the town where I went to Crete. High-school hundred high school scribes the dust. The cement plant left a pall of dust on everything. Sometimes it would be so thick in the air that they would have to cancel football practice and because they didn't have any concept of people wearing masks or anything but all the cars were all eaten by the lime in the cement dust and I mean it was. It was a company town The Lone Star Cement Company pretty much owned it And now the since the cement plant is closed. I've been back I went back. In fact during the filming of this and and now they errors pristine and they're these beautiful cascade mountains in the background and it's kind of a destination now for fishermen and stuff like that but it was rather squalid company town when I went to high school
"tobias" Discussed on The Canine Paradigm
"Sohn plastic gloves but in the beginning. It's just like a toy. And before that we do a lot of developing motivation for the war or To give the recent tackiest era that so The first thing we do office but also older dogs is to to make them crazy about the toilet. But even if they are crazy about the toy we always stocked with food. Okay when we do the moving there we do with food. I because that's one thing that we we also tried to to tell people about the even if you know a News straight wards. They have had the exact same effect strong punishments. They go the shock effect on an they never learned. It's like you have to start over again. So problem with stress in my from my point Look dogs stress in training is not that they are using to strong rewards but that they are using it to early in the train. Trust who want the dog to be to understand and be aware of what they are doing. Then it's easier to keep it on the no stress level with food. And then when they know what they are doing done. It's not the problem to use stuff call or whatever even if they are co totally crazy about it because they cannot be to multilated device just based on what you're talking about. What is your selection criteria for a successful dog? That's something that I asked myself everyday attaches changing. I've spoke looking for the perfect dog but what I'm looking for is to try the best. I can to find the Way of training each dog. But I think and I actually think more and more every Lead TRAIN THAT. It's up to you you know you. Can you have had dogs that I didn't think much of and they ended up being really good and sound dogs that I thought would supposed to be really good? They didn't end up that good and at the same time I see the the more dogs. I train the more dogs. I think it goes quicker and better and we'll shout very few dogs now and I think that doesn't mean that we have found better dogs but we have been better on training. I hope at least so I'm tired of people talking about you. Know the dog's personality on trying to find excuses all the time. Because if you have a dog gun done you cannot do anything about the personality or mentality or whatever but the only thing that you can actually do something about is your training and I think it's better to see the challenge to know. At least that's something that I got. I guess from my mind background that you you get the dog you get them then you try to the best you can and sometimes it doesn't get very good but at least you learn something during the way so i. I really don't like that. You know when I see people try to find bad things with their dogs to give them an excuse to change dog. I really don't like that. That's one of my problems with aptitude tests that I think it's a it's a problem. Don't I don't like when you are looking for? Add things in dog's personality or mentality goes I see too many dog hunters talking about those things for the rest of the dogs lives so I think the best test is to find things that don't look for qualities in than I. I prefer that than I think it's also in a-. In another way you can see. Sometimes that people are disappointed by the result of tests for example in done that disappoint in follows through the training and they look kind of you know frustrated as soon as they get their dog cider or the car and started training. They're looking constantly disappointed so I performed tapping it. The best test I think is to the selection is to start the draining and see if you getting somewhere always aimed for being better and better so I have really. I was if you ask me ten years ago. I would probably say that this is what I'm looking for this perfect dog but now we get so many dogs that I have to to change that the view because attests of a dog is not interesting until your testing together with the person who is training it goes to the dynamic that will actually the important thing even if you have the best objective good Dobie but still you handle their are trainer and maybe his you to one type of doggone. It doesn't matter if you have the best in the world. Yeah so And that's one thing that recent studies actually showed on. That was a Swedish study. I read about from them. Whether we're looking more into personal tests that tests that were done without the handler or owner. We're not very interesting because that's not the situation where someone ever would see. Because what is interesting is to see how the door reacts together with the person who is. He's actually living with and it's the same with training to just look at the dog in an aptitude tests doesn't tell me anything actually. Yeah sort of absorbed in a vacuum Ryan. That's not not realistic at no and I think it's the effects of the consequences so that is a problem. Also because that makes you think that you cannot change anything. This is the dog and I think a better way of doing this. That you have people were there are some. I like Long Way friends in Canada. I think you know I'm to mark lapointe Makia and I've been working with them in the up and they're good except they are other similar acceptance. But I think there are good in the way they are doing that. They have some Experienced trainers some instructors and also they are the one selecting the dogs and they are the wants to do the basic training before the dog. Hunter Start Their course sexual also long course so they show care that they think that training education is important but when you have selected the dogs and you have also train them you have first of all. You won't to succeed because you have spent a Lotta time. You have done this election and when you have also done the basic training you know the dog you know a lot of the dog much more than you would know if you're just testing for forty minutes or one hour whatever you should train the dog and then you hand over to to handle you can give him advice about based on what you know about the dog and you see that insistence like that. They will shout very few domes. Compared to when you have a standardized test for one hour three reuss never met this dog but know everything about him our. I don't like that because then you are looking for. He has some trouble in that the situation in that environment anew that's what the handler will remember also late drunk. I prefer to set up a standardized training program. You can do that in. I rarely have a dog. More than two weeks for selection Standardized Training Program. And then you can compare the dogs. Yes they're doing emceeing Because some sometimes you see New Orleans gives a really really good do really good test on another one didn't impress you but then if you put them in training see maybe the the dog. That didn't impress. You had this progression on the other one Arrests at all so I think the best way of selecting dogs is to see how they receive the training. And then you start to see when training Dogs WE DO. You see some things that you didn't expect for example. We do a lot of chain pulling without dogs. Okay pooling change for you know when when we are out walking you get the conditioning. You get the also Training during a walk but then we also combining knows contracting all that so to make them the especially in is they are supposed to work in Holt. Warm countries also had to prepare in that way and to make them used to Kentucky Malone. They are physically tired than what I have seen. There is that dog's stomach show because in the beginning you put the A lot of ways but some weight on you can see that they are some very disturbed by by that the some dogs. They don't care and I have seen. That attitude is something that we can also see in the training drum especially Distracting but when things get tough on it gets you know they need to concentrate and focus on than they can put in that extra year we can see thrown their own journey. Walks that they it's difficult to measure but it's something that. I think guys see in the dogs that you didn't expect you could see see some qualities in that situation and also if you compare you need to know a lot about the background the training training history when you select the dog also so that's why we really prefer to train them from practice because if they have been treated like bizarre not trained at all and then you get the one many people want them when they are one half year or two year old would have to start training and they can they have the ability to focus for two seconds and then they are completely tired just by being trained so then I know that. Okay this one. I have to treat like a poppy for probably six months to make anything good out of this one and then it doesn't matter how much he barks or by tug o war whatever in the tests situation because the most important qualities how we can handle training. How can handle hard training and focus in how we react? When he gets tired he have that extra year. And that is from our point to you. Something you create from by asking them to actually asking the Teach nominated always pays off to be focused unto. Always try to to do the best you can. Yes that's in your dragging the Chinese. The perseverance that you build saying that so you get a dog. That's really not into it and says the China and the back door and doesn't want to pull it and if you motivate and encourage him through and build some perseverance they do say that carryover into the scent work where he then gets a little bit from that boy accident almost. Oh there's now I had some some seat in tracking or have something our have Molina while it's been having him for a long time and they said very talented tracking dog but the problem with him is that he sometimes. He looks like he just want to see that he'll do some some attitude on intensity on hideous looking for excuses to do other things Talent is really good but he doesn't have the he's lacy AK- seat in the He always looks like a fucker to do this again. Harmonies and monster and his strong everything. And then you have a little. You know now female Cocker Spaniel. And whatever and they can be not all of them but few examples that they are acting the exact same different opposite way so they just try as much as they can. That's exactly the thing you want to see. Also in parts of distracting for example. So that's why I think AC- The connection and I don't know actually if you at our guests you can get some but it's difficult to say if it's the physical condition that has improved on that Mason. It better but I cannot immediately see when I put the chains chains on the harness on your consent They have never done it before the first attitude that they just go them. That's for me now. Is that Jack? This is good to have that. I know this will be fun. This will be a fun doctrine. That's an interesting test that I've never heard of anybody. Put those two links together a lot of people that do drag working sent work. But I've never heard anybody put those together on. I know I know some people that are going to be very happy to see that. GonNa feel great. The term great great. Yeah Yeah Toughness I. I think that's actually what we That they are tired out but they are just doing not all people have it but at the dogs that we are training should be the same type of personality or because they are doing some things that takes you somebody who knows my name is Ryan willingness to continue despite knowing. You can't win exactly and then I think that that's what we we need to look for. Dogs it has nothing to do with techniques or or whatever it something else on the closest I've been to see that is is through the chains and you see when you start to add some extra weight that it's too much but they just they do with with some kind of also not only won't care how to do this but they don't give it back in just look. This dog is will probably show the same in the other trainer Tobias. You've talked a lot about the successes and and working with the dog throughout and improving your own training to try and create a better dog holistically so using that term holistically. When do you consider enough is enough? There's no point in continuing with this any further as think that when we have a puppy thing that we have actually succeeded with all of them agree The recent years if you have done some if you have some knowledge about the because if you have a poppy you know. Probably something about being lines. And all that so then you have already done some kind of selection. When you have done that you should be able to do something about it when they are older dogs. We have some examples that they have been put into a type of training that is the complete opposite to what we would do and then I tried to do that within two weeks to see if the improve in a way that I think is okay so winning two weeks but what we are doing. There is draining draining everyday at two or three sessions every day to see if they have what we need unsound dogs they could use. The best type will reward. You can use snow anything and they have the ability in technique. But they don't they don't think it's worth it when you go to for example smaller amount of sense when you do we see the same. I think at least I see the same.
Why The Future Of Voice Is Non-Binary with Tobias Dengel
Antetokounmpo shines as Bucks defeat 76ers 112-101
"The box put the defense of clips on the Sixers to push their record to forty four and seven in a one twelve one one win the books also avenge one of those seven losses that the Sixers have dealt them Jana subtle couple was attacking the rim all night had thirty six points and twenty rebounds Chris Middleton had twenty it was a three point halftime lead but the box dominated the second half the use the fourteen that I think second half run Tobias Harris had twenty five for the Sixers who went winless on the four game road trip Chuck Freeman Milwaukee
Players most likely on the move at NBA trade deadline
"Forward so here it we're getting close to the trade deadline right Thursday three PM as the NBA trade deadline here's a dose of reality about the trade deadline I'm from our our understanding you know forget for a moment who the Sixers are interested we know they're interested in Robert Covington Bogdanovich Derrick rose handful other players with other interested in them our but the issue which has been the issue all along is what do they have to give up in exchange to make such an acquisition and the only names that anybody can come up with includes the organization or someone legs I hear Smith or Mike Scott who quite frankly nobody wants either those guys they're throw ins in a deal to complete a deal nobody wants them what is our year end Smith bringing yeah he's young but guess what he's still NBA incredibly raw hasn't matured hasn't grown hasn't refined anything skill wise so he has of no value right now he's not helping out anybody Mike Scott if my sky can hit a three he's worthless out on the court he can't play defense save his life so the only thing you really have his draft picks which you're really running out of them so when you look at the the reality of their situation right you know that nobody wants a Smith Mike Scott Tobias Harris is completely untreatable who on earth would want that contract for a guy who's hit or miss night in and night out who is completely unreliable nobody that's a contractor you try to get rid of when you eat a lot of it if things get out of control al Horford come home find a single team that's gonna want anything to do with that contract including the Sixers to be honest with MBT and Ben Simmons now I know earlier tonight our when I was that I was at home doing a little bit of prep get you know for let's talk about tonight and jotting down some bullet points you know Howard Eskin joins Joe Giulio I usually Tuesday nights and of course you know what a certain point they were talking six years and I'm listening to Howard and he would love for the Sixers to have the the guts to trade either Simmons or in beat by Thursday afternoon when it comes to that I could not disagree more we all know what they think it is it comes down to this we all know would ban is capable of and we all know if that big if becomes unlocked what is truly capable of and and the different level that he goes to what we we see how talented he is Jo Ellan beat when his mind his head is on tie and his mind is focused we all know the talent that he truly is and what he's capable of there is the incredible talents in the NBA which are so rare and hard to find right this is what you stunk those years for to get players like that do you think if you decide to trade either of them by Thursday afternoon you will get anywhere near close that value in return no you sell either of them you're getting fifty percent at best in return you're not getting the proper pieces that you think you're missing in return for one of them not even close the best I and I mean this is what I think they're going to do I I would be I I'm I I can't imagine any scenario where they decide that we tried to trade either of them by Thursday three PM what I envision possibly happening they move on from the head coach they find somebody else to try to get through to one of them to try to make it work you exhaust all options before you make a decision as drastic as trading one of those two players I mean this is the hope right here I I can't envision any scenario because the we all know Joe wells a half court player which doesn't exactly fit well as a centerpiece in today's NBA which is all about pace but having said that if it's heads on tight you get to the playoffs that's when you need to have core presence more than anything and when you have banned unless he has the exact talent around him his shortcomings will come forth in a half court game yet again so I I still I still hold out hope that the two of them can work together if the towns around the correctly if they're motivated properly if they're put in certain situations I will
Four players most likely on the move at NBA trade deadline
"Team. I'm intrigued by is the Philadelphia. Seventy sixers who came into the season as a favorite to win the east. But I think they're aware see right now than people probably would have predicted and wild Tobias Harrison. Al Horford have both played well. It's still unclear whether any of these players including Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid should even be on the same team. Do you think there's any chance they make a big move ahead of the deadline or you can never say there's no chance but I think there's not A. There's not much of a chance that they move any the of their starters. So that's Harris Horford Embiid J. Rich and Ben Simmons or Matisse table who everyone and their brother wants because he's good and young and can you know defend like seven people. Once part of the reason I didn't mention much. I think they're going to do the obvious thing which is trying to package their little fringe stuff and see if they can get a little upgrade a guy that can shoot and come off the bench and all that but ah if they like. You said they're six.
James passes Bryant on NBA scoring list in Lakers' loss
"The seventy Sixers trick control in the first quarter taken a one oh eight ninety one win over the Lakers Anthony Davis at again my thirty one for Los Angeles lebron James at a twenty nine as he passed Kobe Bryant for third place on the NBA's all time scoring list criminally and career free throw component documentary occurred with the tip and it doesn't matter as for me I don't think going to the games and okay this is I'm going to do it if it would have if it happens and I like it a tool for did not wasn't really wasn't sure about it after the Lakers closed within five late in the fourth quarter al Horford scored seven of the sixteen points during a Levin nothing run that would seal the win Tobias Harris at twenty nine Ben Simmons at a twenty eight Michael long bill Philadelphia
VanVleet scores 22 as Raptors top 76ers for 5th straight win
"Troubles will seven ninety five with at Scotiabank arena so six raptors hit double figures in points including four of their five starters this was a back and forth affair until the end of the third quarter when the host finished the period on a thirteen before run Fred van fleet who had back to back three used to spark the wind was the team's I scored twenty two points I remember correctly I shook free for a kick out three a pull up three and then maybe one coming off and bows place so just fine with the new gameplay within a team and and obviously been a servant be an aggressive or metallic paschal Siaka added eighteen repeats Tobias Harris at twenty two points for Philadelphia Ben Simmons fell short of a triple double seventeen points ten rebounds and eight assists John with every trouble
"tobias" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"It to the clippers to to Tobias Harris last year W. well that that we preference fifth starting lineup in two years yeah and and one of the big things last year all I heard was well these guys have played together at all yeah you know what to expect the playoffs will will then you're gonna be right back in that same boat right so I'll take the **** for things like a real that it's looking real bad right now and it's either Elton brand made a big mistake thinking that his style of play could fit with these guys worry made a big mistake thinking Brecht brown could incorporate him and one of the other it's bad it's bad news for both of healing that it was like around the hall the error maybe after Christmas the few **** for quotes came out yes he wasn't thrilled with his role yeah like what would you think was going to go on here yeah Hey would you think can be you know even though they don't I'll tell you one thing I would do if I was Brett brown I would run some early sex form I would do that just try getting going I would do that okay fares but secondly there have been if you watch them every night like I know we deal he misses a lot of the clean looks absolutely ally where you can't just lay this on I am not being used properly like you can clean looks from three he missed a couple bodies the other night in the Oklahoma any played pretty well against the thunder all given that either is is probably his best game a long time but he still was missing shots that he made with his with the Celtics in the hawks back in the day yeah I heard on cell exiles Brian Scalabrine you talk about him and he said yeah ages periods like this story just looks really bad and I I can't argue with like I don't remember him like that this would go like six weeks of just looking bad like that never happened now not not to this degree and you know here's the other the other problem with that is he's not defending at anywhere near the level that he usually has in his career like that's the other part it's not like he's just missing shots and on top of that any he was he's never been for his size what you would call a great rebounder but he's averaging six and a half rebounds per game yeah so he's not helping you when he's not scoring is not defending particularly well and it's not like he's in there just just you know crushing the defense of our offense of glass not doing any of that so he's not really helping you a lot of different ways so it's a problem you know the the other thing too with the Sixers Mike Scott's been horrendous thank you with faible out you're talking about a real limited batch like and this is been solid he's been fine actually trademarks and fight but you get nothing else yeah a Mike Scott has is in this funk where the second ball flies out of his hand you know it has no shot going to yeah he has so many shots a look like that and for a guy you with his size I'm not I I get that he's not you know just this in your neck oppose the I. up twenty but he is a six seven six eight guy you can take it to the basket every once in awhile bad you don't have to be launching like your Steph curry from three that's always offense of game is turned into it so he's got a he's got a better be spent eight eight seven two nine ninety four ninety four pound nine four nine for your eighteen C. and Verizon cell come back Bruce in Overbrook you'll be first up coming up at four o'clock we will go through the wild card weekend Mike and I a lot of games a lot of close games over this past weekend and setting up a pretty intriguing matchups for the NFL divisional round coming up this weekend I'm rob else WP sports time is three fifty one for twenty twenty sports center early Wednesday morning Doug Peterson how rose will hold a media availability which you can hear on ninety four of your P. wrapping up the season presumably discussing the eagles future the former NFL VP of officiating Mike Pereira tell the W. I. P. mid day show to see that the hit that not Carson once said of Sunday's game was a cheap shot that should've been a penalty you could make it somewhat similar to a quarterback giving himself up the defender is beginning to start to make the tackle if the element the body if you're in the back he would be okay but as the defense was player since he's on his way to the ground or on the ground you have to stay away from the head or neck area the NFL reportedly is reviewing the play Jim Schwartz reportedly in Cleveland will be interviewing for the Browns head coaching job Wednesday it's the last head coaching opening for now reports having that will take on the Carolina job and Joe judge the giants head.
Embiid, with dislocated finger, leads 76ers past Thunder
"The seventy Sixers got back in the win column as I held off on there for a one twenty one thirteen when Philadelphia that by three in the second quarter with I wanna sixteen six run taken a ten point lead at the half Oklahoma City got to within two with four minutes to go in the fourth quarter but the Sixers responded by scoring seven straight points capped by a three point basket by Tobias Harris that pushed the lead to nine Josh Richardson had twenty three points Harris Angela beef and eighteen for the Sixers who step the four game losing streak Steven Adams at twenty four for the thunder Michael Luongo Philadelphia
"tobias" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast
"More about you or your content check out your own channels and always excellent delinked beck and this has helped me to get a lot a lot a lot of use. My hacker brain just goes well. I guess you could always go get a v._p._n. Go create a a youtube account in russia. Just clone your own account over and over and over again in every country by switching different i._p. Address using a v._p._n. Absolutely you're probably going on on this. You would need to leverage our rec abuse on all these channels because i'm the beginning. That's the rabbit hole again. You start out with nothing like the most. I think the most difficult thing is to get the first thousand subscribers and then that's reason when you use other channels like that have assisting families like let's say like five ten twenty thousand subscribers and you basically directly introduced your video to their audience. You can have a directly a lot of data appoints and other abuse and then youtube starts to rank your video passer antigen in man. I don't know if you wanna start learning russian the portuguese and making sure i guess you could hire people over there but higher that portion of but that's that's really interesting. I've never heard anybody say but it makes perfect sense and i know i've seen it when i traveled other countries you see kind of like a different youtube logo with spain will have like e._s. I think it says yea like oh wow. This is completely different. It looks the same but i was thinking oh. They're duplicate like video issue but maybe not if if you said you know they're kind of had their own ecosystem so i guess why not i am a list of links for example. My video still way got over fifty million views in general on several channels combined just on my channel. It got fifty million views but i have like a one in russia. I think three million by naral the tide channel a six million than i have the same video on vietnamese channel and of course probably some channels. I don't even know because my video went viral and i don't like just like some people sending the links. When are they discovered and so his wife on i'll be a son that and then i started to contact but it's like i don't exchange a problem you became concepts with your video is the content. Is all music doc or is there speaking as well like i haven't makes like i let my most popular are just my own music like thing guitar stuff as solo mistake but i do have some tutorials as well where i teach this kind of <hes> style and of course the kind of promote my <unk> academy as well and yes yeah so it's kind of a makes. The reason i'm asking is because you know youtube now actually transcribes the videos in the background right so when you upload a video where you're speaking they tried we transcribe it using automation as best as they can and i'm almost wondering if the strategy you just talked about works well because your music as opposed to <hes> speaking like the videos that are probably getting shared a lot and other countries or more music videos versus speaking videos because you can't transcribe the speaking being in the background right like they can't transcribe you speaking so there couldn't duplicate content penalty because there's no there's no speaking for view tube to compare. Does that make sense that makes sense. I'm just quite sure if it's just a bald night the <hes> the patients the translation or if it's like i'm like for example <hes> zam something worse that had just analyzed the audio file who would be the same music and spoken content because it's just like the patterns patterns all the wave the wave of more of the audio that makes sense yeah. I guess they could be checking it that way to the youtube are smart scientists over over there. We can't work with them. That is cool man. No that's fascinating. Thanks for being so open with like everything you do. They're on the youtube what's era. What's your plan with youtube..
"tobias" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast
"Them. Both let's talk to mice brad. Hey tobias welcome to the show. Hey thanks yeah man so we connect it a little while back. I think you actually reached out to us. Surge following some of our stuff and i hopped on your summit. You did back at the actually recorded it in bali like i remember the sun son was rising as the video. We were recording in the background. I was like oh you back in germany now. Which feels like brian so do you sleep. Sometimes i sleep. Yes do occasionally yeah so like when you reached out. I was like okay this guy and checked into what you're doing and you're very lifestyle you you have this. It seems like a perfect lifestyle business for yourself. You're very diversified so i'm like. This is an interesting dude. He's a new initiate your like one of the best guitarist i think i've ever heard so you're going to have and you have like thirty five million plus views and all your videos on mm youtube. Yes yeah like take us. I guess there's a lot of different rabbit holes. We're going to go down but give us some background. How'd you get started handed in all this whole lifestyle business and guitar and all that it's a right after my studies i kind of pounded startup in berlin and we go live some venture capital from some famous devi stations in germany and <hes> but still after three years we didn't get the follow up investment and we didn't reach our revenue goals and then i we had to close down the startup and for me. This was kind of <hes>. Actually i always wanted to start your own business and then at this company but i wasn't really happy with it. I felt really yet actually really trapped in your report investors all the time and there was a lot of pressure on my shoulders and having a team and being <unk> <unk> vulnerable team and i was more like i want to travel wanna be re. If i don't want to work for a month i don't yeah one to have to work and so author of my first endeavor help i decided to go more into this lifestyle business mall timothy ferriss stylish style and at that time i you generally took off and i got a lot of of us and then i was like okay i kind of need to monetize that traffic <hes> from that i get from youtube and then i founded my i own business with lead was totally independent. <unk> is an online guitar academy that still run and it's like a yeah like a membership side people pay monthly or yearly fee and this kind up really freaked me up and then <hes> sitting at home. You didn't have to do anything because money was coming in recovery and i started to travel around and focusing on new projects and this is how everything started in the beginning wow okay so i like the fact that he started with startups because we've been through that and we completely relate to the whole like you have to report to your investors in this tieman. It's almost like it's decision by committee is like what we've used to so we yeah we bailed out of that whole scene and went more lifestyle. Yeah i'm curious. I'm curious just kind of dive into the youtube stuff a little bit so you've got thirty five million. How many subscribers do you have on your youtube channel currently around three hundred thirty thousand three hundred thirty thousand so let's talk about how how how you built that youtube channel like. How did you get the initial momentum. I know in the beginning. You weren't monetize. You're you're putting great content out there but how did that initial..
"tobias" Discussed on How I Built This
"So back in august of twenty eighteen and you might remember this. Kylie jenner made the cover of forbes. The issue was dedicated to female billionaires and kylie jenner made her fortune from cosmetics has medics empire called kylie cosmetics now. When i started to read the article i was struck by a few things in particular things that just weren't possible even five years ago for starters. Kylie's billion dollar company employs seven full time people. All of the products are manufactured factured and packaged by eight private-label cosmetics producer in oxnard california kylie's p._r. And marketing team is her iphone from what she can reach a one hundred and forty million instagram followers and this is the thing that really blew me away all the sales and fulfilment this is handled entirely entirely by a software platform called shop affi- sherifi does all the stuff behind the scenes to make e-commerce work when you click add to cart heart or by you make sure the transaction will happen seamlessly if you bought something online outside of amazon or ebay. There's a pretty good chance you bought it from a store store powered by shopping by it is now used by more than eight hundred thousand ecommerce companies around the world now within two years online align sales will account for thirteen percent of all retail transactions in the u._s. So you can imagine this big business last year alone. Shop chapa five processed more than forty billion dollars in sales for its customers. The company went public in two thousand fifteen and shop is market cap is now just asked below general motors ford and yet unless you're intact or have an online shop. There's a chance you have never heard of shop by which which in a way it's the personality of the company's co founder and ceo toby. Luca toby is a blow key guy. He's the kinda guy who literally wrote his used bike to pitch meetings and even as recently as five years ago at time shop. If i had already raised well over a hundred million dollars in venture capital funding toby was still living in a spare room at his in-laws house to save money but before all that toby grew up in koblenz lands in germany as a kid. It was pretty clear to his parents. That toby was bright but he also struggled with learning. I mean darkness falls learning disabilities and it was hard for me to perform well in the tests and so on and <hes>. I don't think i ended up getting affoil diagnosis of it but now it was pretty clear cut way of a._d._h._d. I i grew up <hes> dyslexic. <hes> so <hes> you know just reading was heart odd and it was <hes> it was always a big question about what executives going on but basically i was bored back then <hes> the way the curriculum in germany was taught it was is really basically. He's always solutions. You might find useful later in life with very little time spent talking about a particular problems at solutions could help you with and if i don't understand the problem i'm trying to solve. It's very hard for me to learn a solution to a problem and so that but at this particular book well for for me so after he finished tenth grade toby realized that school wasn't the right fit so he laughed and joined a german apprenticeship a program to learn how to become a software engineer and he ended up starting as an apprentice on a small team at a subsidiary of the german manufacturing giant siemens. I found this one team which seemed really fun sort of basement as run by this wonderful guy names jurgen starr whose <hes> fantastic engineer programmer and he would always come on is like b._m._w. Motorcycle to have long hair and he was was not being a suit like you're supposed to and so total rabble so good but no one could complain you know and i just i gravitated to him in his little group of rebels later brooklyn really interesting things they've often prototyping new things or customers and so on and so i wanted to be part of the group and so starting to sixteen or seventeen in year two of my apprenticeship i started getting paid to program day and as all at it and he loved it i i loved. It and i still love it. It's computer programs you can you can forget all time around you you can i can turn everything off. If i'm working on an interesting problem <hes> there's another part of your life which i'm curious how you got into which is snowboarding right. You are snowboarder. Did you grow up snowboarding. Did did you just come to know my. I mean my parents had a place in ob- speed often drove to five hour drive and skied yet. You know fast forward a little bit <hes> took some friends took this <hes> the -cation initially tried to coach the united states but then like mccain dollar so low that we decide hi to go to to cancun cat whistler. This is like two thousand visits around two thousand yep yep and <hes> so this was the first time i said okay. I'm i'm just gonna snowboard. I'm not gonna take skis. This latest spent all our time. That's really beneficial of the snowboarding and also on that same trip met my no. This is feeling and how did you meet her. Just th there. That's it you meet her on the ski trip and what you say. I'm going back to germany but i think there's something here yeah. Exactly i mean we stayed in contact afterwards and you know what i'm done with my bachelor's degree. Why don't you just come to germany. Her parents thought she was nuts. You meet this guy skiing and you're gonna go move to truth. I'm perpetually impressed by parents to obey vow the most wonderful. People says she comes to germany. <hes> you are working programming for them. Yeah before baba's the little startup and what did she do. During the year she ended up getting a job editing academic writing <hes> yeah we live together for ten months and she said okay well. I need to go back and start my master's program in ottawa and she asked me if i wanna come in that yes because you could take what you know oh and do it anywhere yeah. The reason why event is because i grew up on american media everything quin averred came from united states states a always sort of figured that's where i want to end up like to move and when your life and you figure out what canada's america for european and <hes> yeah so so two thousand two you move to canada you're twenty two. You're like whatever let me try this. What was the job that you did there so i i was working still the before the startup like remotely bebbase doomed to failure because the twits switzerland vandross lag as no contact right yeah it was an attempt at writing and different browser okay but it sort of i basically ran out the clock. It was everyone vinoo wasn't gonna do anything it. People are starting to leave. You're talking like off often dot com crash well. That's i'm wondering i mean you're twenty two twenty three. This point was any part of you nervous like i'm in canada. I'm living with this woman like. I don't really know what i'm going to do with my life. Like were you feeling any anxiety to just like get something stable. I heard it was. I would be lying. It wasn't <hes> i i knew had they valuable skills. I could always do more of a thing i was doing recently or was doing for siemens. I was just hoping i kind of didn't have to in some way to work for a big company. 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"tobias" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The clippers are really play like really really in play that he goes to the clippers and he really likes that hard nose team. And they want something different any kind of in a weird way wants to play against the warriors and beat him. And like I've heard stuff like that. So if any any of the two teams, I think those teams, but don't count out Brooklyn either. I I'd be surprised at Brooklyn end up with nothing. They've really shown a lot. And they see they have fun. How do you define nothing because you know, Kevin Durant and collider here, I'm pointing very high and I love to buy. I think he's a great fit. But I'm not crazy Tobias Harris, Kevin Durant or Coalisland when you say you'd be surprised if they end up with nothing, how do you define? What's nothing? What's considered Tobias Tobias Harris stumped? I agree with you. So so when you say they end up with something, that's who you probably thinking about a guy like that. Maybe not Kevin Durant. Okay. That'd be a big deal. I'm not phrasing correctly. I'd be back Tobias. I'm just I guess I'm clarifying that. Then may not end up with the max guys out of all max, guys like Hawaiian Durant. I think they're on a different. Okay. Yeah. They'll just yeah. They're not there yet. What can I get another guy? And then they keep your cap space open to biases air. And then, you know, then now instead of teaching to you chase one, but it's incremental growth like Knicks. They just wanna be awful. And if he really could most people can't do that. Maybe we don't even know the Knicks yet you that rob the the thing play out. But but most teams when they're coming back and building culture their culture is built by what players team the playoffs. I just like the Knicks have different rules. I always thought it was a special place to be in play. I clearly over the last twenty years they just had not been able to Milan big time pre agent. But I always I always think the Lakers are in play the Knicks earn play. But it's funny that the teams in both those cities, probably they sell culture, but they actually have great culture. Now Lakers cultures awful, but the clippers poachers great same thing with Brooklyn and New York the niche and the clippers both are better situations. The lakers. The Knicks are better because they're the Lakers and the Knicks. I mean, they are the your name wise success wise than it is in the NBA. So I think that the clippers that that they can sell but the Lakers Knicks point in their logo and say, we are the plea mute teams, you know, figuring correct figures figure this and this is coming from a Nick fan for almost fifty years. Okay. I go I got pain from the Celtics from years ago, right? Doing that. No, I think that actually I would be great radio. Here. Come the Celtics running over the. I've seen a few times when it makes it ran over the Celtics soon. So there's been that as well. Oh, man, you dated yourself. What are you eighty seven? No, no, no. I'm close. So Russell Sam Jones Casey Jones right on down the line. I want to go into it. All I've seen everything you could possibly see just remember one thing the last time won a playoff series. They beat the Celtics. Although it did not feel like they actually beat them because they almost blew game six hundred thirty. But nevertheless, nevertheless with that said just count on this as a longtime knick fans nineteen sixty to expect the worst you'd never disappointed then wind up with the fifth ticketed draft at number one wind up with a fifth day because that's the least they can get. That's the lowest they can go, and they won't get the rand or anybody of that ilk. You you didn't try to wait for zinnias? But I. Expect them to do anything on cater.
"tobias" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"You notice that? Here's your sportscenter update. The clippers traded Tobias Harris for a couple of I ram picks. A couple of second round picks and suppliers never heard of we we really blew it. Today was the day that have stand in Gundy on so that we could spend seven hours breaking down the Tobias Harris trade shifting the power balance from west to east as he heads to the seventy Sixers. Is that what happened there? There was a shift in Bauer Tobias Harris changed conferences, and you felt the shake around the globe. And if only STAN Van Gundy, we're here to give us his Tobias Harris information, we would be a better show today. He will be with us on Friday too late. Now is the time to have standing Gundy's expertise on Tobias Harris LeBron James suffered the worst loss of his career as the Pacers beat the Lakers by forty to the bigger story. He sat nowhere near his team. It's actually it's the other way around his teammates decided to not sit near him. Wait a minute. That's one story. But the rest of the story is the Pacers fans while administering that chanting at Brandon Ingram. Lebron will trade you. And javale McGee. They changed. Something different. Chevelle McGee not worth trading is what they did. That was some clever stuff the Pacers. That says cutting and cruel as you will hear from from a crowd. In fact, the Pacers are better at chanting than the patriots. And finally a trail jogger in Colorado, successfully defended himself Monday against a mountain lion that attacked him from behind the cat is dead and the man is recovering in a local hospital. The jogger was running alone in the foot he foothills of the horse tooth mountain park in northeast, Colorado. When he said he heard something behind him on the trail as he turned to investigate the juvenile mountain lion launched the jogger said he was bitten on the face and risk, but he was able to fight back killing the young mountain lion. The man's injuries were serious but not life threatening. And he was able to get himself to a local hospital. The man killed the animal by suffocating it. Well, my Gundy re tweeted that sorry, I think with a comment compete. Of course, he did. Here's these selectquote.
"tobias" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy
"I big there. It's unprotected as wash and others have said that is one of the league's most coveted picks because by two thousand twenty one no one's really sure what's gonna be going on in Miami. Couldn't it being a very very high draft pick. So the also. It's looking bleak. Yeah. They don't have much room to improve much flexibility. So you look at that pick in two thousand twenty one's not too far off. It's unprotected. If that pay wins the lottery, they still get it the clippers do so they get it very attractive pick there. They also get a pick from the clippers a two thousand twenty first round pick. Now that is lottery protected basically it will be lottery protected than it would convey as two second round picks in two thousand twenty three two thousand twenty four if it doesn't end up going to them outside the lottery, so they get to for first round picks here. They are also getting a two thousand twenty one two thousand twenty three second round pick. And really the thing that will just saying and others are saying is that Tobias Harris was looking like he can get a maximum of a contract and free agency this summer, something that would have been very difficult for this trip clippers to offer. Given the fact that they want to be in the mix for Kevin Durant. Kobe Leonard all these big name for agents. Their goal is to is to acquire. Two stars this summer. And part of me wonders if this is kind of a backwards way of thinking, maybe, you know, if you have to buy Harris, at least you re signed him and have a centerpiece going forward if you miss on star free agents, but this is then being bowled. I think this is them being confident that they're going to get someone big in free agency this summer, and they don't need to buy as a backup plan or a safety net. And so yeah, I mean, this is them basically saying we're going all in on this off season. And and rebuilding our team. You know, they were team that was that was playing really well throughout this year. They were fighting for the playoffs. They're currently in the eighth seed in the eastern cocker. I'm sorry. The Western Conference they were only three and a half games back from the fourth seed so all year long. They've been a team that really has exceeded expectations and done a good job with this move though. I think you're seeing okay they're going to shift to being a lottery team and everything is going to become about getting two star players this summer in free agency. So that is their goal here. They I think they wanted to. Get back. Some pieces for Tobias Harris, if they were thinking this summer, we're gonna make other agency moves into buys is gonna walk for nothing. Then that's why you make move like this to get some kind of assets back in a deal. And I mean, you get a guy in Landry chevette who's a really good rookie that it'd play. He's a really good shooter playing really well in Philly would give an opportunity so the clippers are getting draft picks. They're going to be focusing on free agency this summer the Sixers there this summer. They're also going to be focused on free agency. Jimmy, Butler Tobias Harris are both unrestricted free agents and whoa JR. Says that they are planning and budgeting to re-sign and keep their big four initially whenever this was reported people were saying, oh, are they going to re-sign Harrah's instead of Butler Harish is going to be there as a rental, but no they are trying to budget to sign Harris and Butler alongside Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons, and if that happens that core could be scary for years to come. I think they call them in each other. So well, this is gonna be a lot of fun in Philly. So right now, I would say there's a lot of excited about in Philly on the court in an in Los Angeles. There's a lot to be excited about going forward from a team building standpoint. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean for the clippers we have before the trade the Toronto we heard that one of his preferred destinations would have been the clippers quiet, Leonard. And then Anthony Davis also mentioned them as a potential landing spot that he would like to get traded to..
"tobias" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy
"I saw I saw a prominent media member I won't name that I want to trash anyone. But I saw someone say, oh, how did Jerry West managed to finagle two first round picks Tobias? He said for a non all star. But if Tobias Harris I played his this season in the Eastern Conference. He would have easily been an all star like without a doubt. So that's to me. It's ridiculous, Malcolm Maui. He's absolutely an all star level talent in the NBA. Just looking through his numbers on synergy, which ranks players based on a play types. Is a pick and roll ball ham their spot of shooting in transition scoring how much they produce per possession. Does looking through his ratings Tobias eras as a pickerel by handler. He's in the very good range. The eighty percent tile spot up shooting, which to me is the most important part of his package as far as what he's gonna bring for Philadelphia. He's a mid ninety fifth percentile among players who have attempted at least one hundred fifty spot of jumpers Tobias Harris ranks fifth with one point two eight points or possession as a team to Sixers. They might be tops in in three point shooting. But they are twenty first and spot up shooting production as your appoint nine nine points or possession. So to me, it's going to be a huge huge of this. And for them for a team that is built around and beat who does a knockdown that many threes and Ben Simmons who we know doesn't like shooting them. I think obviously I like the bowler pick mortgage. He's a legitimate NBA cholera player, but fit wise, I think this is excellent excellent fit and even besides those two very distinct play types in isolation. Like, you mentioned earlier seventieth there percents out very good as opposed. Score. Very good eightieth eighty percents. I'll coming up screens and pulling up for shots or driving on and hitting Florida's very good seventy seventy nine percentile on office of rebounds put backs. He's excellent. He can even as I mentioned earlier pick and roll binders in eighty first percentile, he can even set the pick and roll. And in that play type he's in the ninety nine percents. I also his numbers are off the charts as a score maybe not the best defender, but playing next to Embiid bowler and Simmons can mask suffer anyone. So I think it's an excellent excellent Fe and just one through five like look at that roster. I mean, maybe the bench is a little bit weaker. Now you and I still didn't have some pretty good pieces there in TJ McConnell, and John Bolden and a Korkmaz's wanted to five their starting lineup is Ben Simmons JJ Rettig Tobias Harris Jimmy Butler, Joel Embiid like that's some NBA two K nineteen crappy and all it doesn't make. It's just so good. Like, I think this is a this is a huge deal for a minute. I think it really could push to make a deeper playoff run. And they could have before they made it. Yeah. This is it's it's incredible move for them and elder freaking brand. I mean, the guy is a first time GM and he's playing a few years ago. Now, he's running the Sixers front office. I mean, what a job he's done pulling off the Jimmy Butler trade, and now this I mean, I love this move for Philly. And I think it's one of those moves where I feel like in the next few days, you're going to hear other executives come out and say, you know, had we known to buy shares available. We would have made an offer we would have stepped up and tried to acquire him seems like one of those kind of moves where not only were, you know, us the media and fans caught off guard. I feel like other executives would love to get in on the Tobias Harris sweepstakes without well, he's been playing and then you know, for the for the clippers. Let's talk about this for this from their perspective for a second. They're getting to really good draft picks the two thousand twenty one Miami first round pick which the Sixers actually died on draft night whenever they made their whole move to get Maceio to give it a became bridges and bringing Zaire Smith. With. That's when that happened. Right. Frank. Absolutely. So they got the two thousand twenty one Miami..
"tobias" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Bel Air obsession, we stop on it every time. Yeah. Of course, every time that it's on TV like, you you just have to you know, that's one my favorite. So you gotta stop everytime. Then I don't know if you know this but Tobias his former team Stanley Johnson Will Smith is the greatest actor of all time. If you had those conversations with them. I have not. But he I would say all time. But he's he's up there. I'm a Big Joe Washington fan. But you know, for sure Will Smith is definitely up there for me on my list. What's your favorite fresh prison? You know, I'll see one of my favorite ones is like the last up. So where oh, actually no not that I something. So it's a warm where the motion scene will and uncle fail where he's hugging on tough loss father. Yeah, that's my favorite one. 'cause that was like that was real, you know, even background of the scene, and we'll talk about it later on. I I was like that. Really? Did you cry Tobias Tobias Harris cry did you cry while watching that team? No, I didn't cry. I didn't cry. Stan go ahead. Hey tobias. You know, I've been telling Dan before you're one of the best read people in the NBA always had a good book. My wife just showed me something from your social media thing. The other day, you had a stack of books there that you were recommended the people what are you reading right now? Right now, I'm getting a book called the power of habit. And but that that's about is just pretty much have is that we make on a daily basis how triggered to make those habits. And and you know, like you said, I'm a big reader. I read a lot of different books start the season and even in the off season. But part of the reason why I'm a big reader. I've always China learning educate myself, even more on a daily basis of just things that I may not have learned about in school and things that are, you know, training in this world now too. So just being as blunt of cannon get involved different things to help better me as a person so not. So that of the best way to get that is reading books and knowledge is power. And I truly believe in that. And it's been books have been huge for me. So I always bring a book into the Rena a lot of people have been seeing that lady and being inspired by that. So I think that's awesome. That people are now going to go out pick up some books, and I was happy to share that list with with a lot of people social media that that really responded well to that. So it was cool. Blake Griffin saw. Steve bommer when he ran away from his extended hand the other day, right? I don't know. Probably I guess. Shocking. Comments from Tobias Harris put it on the ESPN scroll right now Tobias Harris rips Blake Griffin for snubbing a billionaire owner. Steve Balmer, quote, probably I guess probably. I guess thank you Tobias. We got the only thing we need from you and soften you up with books. Tobias. Thank you for being with us. We appreciate it. Guys, donlevatar good work today that was a fun show. Stugatz. It was also intergalactic -ly stupid VC's live at our show with this two guys on ESPN radio. We're going to update the polls in a second. No, Stu gods today. He's vacationing he will be back next week, STAN Van Gundy and amino Hassen in with us at lebatardshow, Instagram and Twitter. But before we do that that story at Michigan state as if Michigan state hasn't botched enough things enough ways the idea that their president is resigning. Didn't they ought Michigan state already fired its previous president, right? So they fired the that the flames on that sexual assault. Story involving the the gymnastics physician that has ended up in you know, him now in jail for the rest of his life. Stan when you hear those comments by the new Michigan state president who is now out he's resigned and the the resignation has been accepted your thoughts. Go where well, he's a former governor of the state and the students protested win they hired him and the tone-deaf board of trustees at Michigan state went ahead with it anyway. And then he proved even more tone-deaf than the board..
"tobias" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Bel Air obsession, we stop on it every time. Yeah. Of course, every time that it's on TV like, you you just have to you know, that's one my favorite. So you gotta stop everytime. Then I don't know if you know this but Tobias his former team Stanley Johnson Will Smith is the greatest actor of all time. If you had those conversations with them. I have not. But he I would say all time. But he's he's up there. I'm a Big Joe Washington fan. But you know, for sure Will Smith is definitely up there for me on my list. What's your favorite fresh prison? You know, I'll see my favorite ones is like the last. So where well, actually, no not. So it's a warm where the motion scene will and uncle fail where he's hugging on tough loss father. Yeah, that's my favorite one. 'cause that was like that was real, you know, even background of the scene, and we'll talk about it later on. I I was like that. Really? Did you cry Tobias Tobias Harris cry did you cry while watching that team? No, I didn't cry. I didn't cry. Stan go ahead. Hey tobias. You know, I've been telling Dan before you're one of the best read people in the NBA always had a good book. My wife just showed me something from your social media thing. The other day, you had a stack of books there that you were recommended the people what are you reading right now? Right now, I'm reading the book called the power of habit. And but that that's about is just pretty much have is that we make on a daily basis how triggered to make those habits. And and you know, like you said, I'm a big reader. I read a lot of different books start the season and even in the off season. But part of the reason why I'm a big reader. I've always China learning educate myself, even more on a daily basis of just things that I may not have learned about in school and things that are, you know, training in this world now too. So just being as blunt of cannon get involved different things to help better me as a person so not. So that of the best way to get that is reading books and knowledge is power. And I truly believe in that. And it's been books have been huge for me. So I always bring a book into the Rena a lot of people have been seeing that lady and being inspired by that. So I think that's awesome. That people are now going to go out pick up some books, and I was happy to share that list with with a lot of people and social media that that really responded well to that. So it was cool. Blake Griffin saw. Steve bommer when he ran away from his extended hand the other day, right? I don't know. Probably I guess. Shocking. Comments from Tobias Harris put it on the ESPN scroll right now Tobias Harris rips Blake Griffin for snubbing a billionaire owner. Steve Balmer, quote, probably I guess probably. I guess thank you Tobias. We got the only thing we need from you and soften you up with books. We tobias. Thank you for being with us. We appreciate it. Guys, donlevatar good work today that was a fun show. Stugatz. It was also intergalactic -ly stupid VC's live at our show with this two guys on ESPN radio. We're going to update the polls in a second. No, Stu gods today. He's vacationing he will be back next week, STAN Van Gundy and amino Hassen in with us at lebatardshow, Instagram and Twitter. But before we do that that story at Michigan state as if Michigan state hasn't botched enough things enough ways the idea that their president is resigning. Didn't they ought Michigan state already fired its previous president, right? So they fired the pre that the flames on that sexual assault. Story involving the the gymnastics physician that has ended up in you know, him now in jail for the rest of his life. Stan when you hear those comments by the new Michigan state president who is now out. He's resigned in the the resignation has been accepted your thoughts. Go where well, he's a former governor of the state and the students protested win they hired him and the tone-deaf board of trustees at Michigan state went ahead with anyway. And then he proved he's even more tone-deaf than the board..
"tobias" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Great relationship. Just in terms of going out and playing for the team and even off the floor just in terms of different things that were going on in life and knows is tough combo because he's one of my favorite coaches that I've been able to fight for and such a hard working coach. So like, you know, that's the part of life in a game. And it's no, no sour milk. We just we still still communicate to this day. So you know, it's all love at the end of the day. Also, all love is your relationship with Bo please tell us as much as you can about how interesting that dude is because you guys have become friends. You've got you know, you projects together. Like, what can you tell us about Bowe ban that people don't know? Great guy lie all around just a mazing person to be around had a great spirit never has a bad day and just a funny character tube. So be on two different places in the world. I'm able to show him a little bit of my culture. He's able to show me some of his and we kinda just have become really good friends off of that. And just you know, he's a he's a character. And a funny guy to be around. So he bring you he brings a good joy to everybody that he's he's around head stand to buy. Do we have any new episodes of the Toby and Bobi show resent only an off off-season thing? Well, he's a it was funny because the other day he came to me he goes to show go on. You're right. This show. Does is so have to go on. So right now when we get some free time, we're we're going to sit down and talk about some little things you do. And and then go from there because a lot of people like that we had a lot of fun with it. And it was cool. So for sure to show will go on I want to follow up questions here. One what part of his culture. Did he show you that you found most memorable or startling and which side of your culture? Did you show him that made him be taken aback? Yeah. What part of what he sells me is like he's tried to sell some music from his culture and like hip hop from this culture, kind of which is hard for me to kinda understand because speak the language at all. That makes. Yes. But what I tell show him a lot of things he should just come to ask me like who's this singing the song, or what type of food is that or you know, things things that of all different things. Like, I've shown them different rap artists that I came love listening to and fee starts listening to them. And then he okay. Like the other day. He recited biggie lies at I was like, all right. I see both like I know you do that. So it's all good over the line. Can you can you repeat them not on air? Now. Can't we saw we saw. So we can win on. The big top invis- this aside some lives in there. So I was like okay both. I see can we do this. Can we guessed the line? And you can just say yes, or no that way we'll be in trouble. But you won't be. No, let's not that way. No. That That seems. seems. You are someone who has changed your eating habits a lot. I'm just curious. Can you explain to us? What was Tobias Harris doing the most wrong before in terms of extreme measures to take care of his body?.
"tobias" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Great relationship. Just in terms of going out and playing for the team and even off the floor just in terms of different things that were going on in life and knows is tough combo because he's one of my favorite coaches that I've been able to fight for and such a hard working coach. So like, you know, that's the part of life in a game. And it's no, no sour milk. We just we still still communicate to this day. So you know, it's all love at the end of the day. Also, all love is your relationship with Bobin, please tell us as much as you can about how interesting that dude is because you guys have become friends. You've got you know, you do projects together. Like, what can you tell us about Bowe band that people don't know? Great guy lie all around just a mazing person to be around had a great spirit never has a bad day and just a funny character tube. So be on two different places in the world. I'm able to show him a little bit of my culture. He's able to show me some of his and we kinda just have become really good friends off of that. And just you know, he's a he's a character. And a funny guy to be around. So he bring you he brings a good joy to everybody that he's he's around head stand to buy. Do we have any new episodes of the Toby and Bobi show resent only an off-season thing? Well, he's a it was funny because the other day he came to me he goes to show go on. You're right. This show. Does is so have to go on. So right now when we get some free time where we're going to sit down and talk about some little things you do. And and then go from there because a lot of people like that we had a lot of fun with it. And it was cool. So for sure to show will go on I want I've got to follow up questions here. One what part of his culture. Did he show you that you found most memorable or startling and which side of your culture? Did you show him that made him be taken aback? Yeah. What part of what he sells me is like he's tried to sell some music from his culture and like hip hop from this culture, kind of which is hard for me to kinda understand because speak the language at all. That makes. Yes. But what I tell show him a lot of things he should just come to ask me like who's this singing the song, or what type of food is that or you know, things things that type all different things. Like, I've shown them different rap artists that I came love listening to and fee starts listening to them. And then he okay. Like the other day, he recited busy lives to that. I was like all right. I see both like I know you do that. So it's all good over the line. Can you can you repeat them not air? Now. Can't we saw we saw. So we can win. The big poppa invis- this aside some lives in there. So I was like, okay. Well, I see can we do this. Can we guessed the line? And you can just say yes, or no that way we'll be in trouble. But you won't be now. Let's not that way. No. That Seems. seems. You are someone who has changed your eating habits a lot. I'm just curious. Can you explain to us? What was Tobias Harris doing the most wrong before in terms of extreme measures to take care of his body?.
"tobias" Discussed on The Full 48
"To this. The NBA season will be just how to three nights away. Were there folks and joining me to talk about the start of that season here in the clipper film room with a mood lighting and a couple of scuffed on the walls. Don't know if that might be the remnants of particularly dicey film session. Tobias, Harris clippers veteran forward joining me to chat a little bit about the clippers hopes for the coming season. This interesting stage that the clippers are at this is the first time in a long time that there is no more lob city de'andre Jordan. The last one out the door. This summer, of course, Blake Griffin goes out in the trade last season that brought Tobias Harris, Avery Bradley and others here. Chris Paul out a year ago. So a whole new era for the clippers and they're doing it in the shadow of, oh, yeah. Yeah, LeBron James who just landed down the hallway from them at Staples Center, so everyone sleeping on the clippers now they've been written off understandably, so this feels like a little bit more of anonymous of a team, but there's a lot of talent to you're actually and a lot of positive energy been around the team. The last few days these guys feel like they can make a Mark. Maybe they make the playoffs. Maybe they don't. I do believe this much. They're going to be tough night in night out. They've got guys like Avery Bradley, Pat Beverley who are going to bring it defensively. Lukamba mood say they've got scores like Tobias Harris and Danilo Gallinari. It's going to be a fun group and an important season for them because not only are they trying to reestablish an identity now in the wake of losing all the stars of the past era, but they've got to make a market a good impression on the free agent class of next summer because there are some big fish coming potentially in the twenty one thousand nine hundred agent class and the clippers wanna be in play for them. They need to have a strong season to become that destination. Tobias, Harris really thoughtful guy. He's had a fascinating career so far even just in terms of the number of times he's been traded Milwaukee, Orlando to Detroit before coming to the clippers. He's improved every step along the way. He is like your classic self made guy. He has built himself into one of the best three point shooters in the NBA after not being a three point shooter. He's got a fascinating background. His mentors include George Gervin the iceman. We talk about him quite a bit. Dale Ellis. One of the great three point shooters who helped him refine that three point shot. We talk about that. He's also Tobias Harris, a voracious reader. We get into a little bit about some of his recent books and the influences they have on him how that's translating to the court. We talk about his veganism. It's not it's not a fulltime vegan. He's got a part time vegan. I'll let him explain and a whole lot more. Just a really thoughtful guy, a really fun conversation. I think you're going to enjoy it before we get to that. Just want to make my weekly plug. To you. All appreciate everybody for listening and subscribing. And if you're not subscribing, please do so you can go to apple or wherever you get your podcast hit that subscribe button. If you've got a couple minutes in a few thoughts for me rate us, give us a comment. I am trolling the comments sometimes lurking in the comments to to see what you all think of the podcast. Appreciate all the feedback, both good and bad. Appreciate the the good more than the bad, but anything you got for me, lay it on me and who knows? Maybe we'll even shout you out in a future podcast. So tell your friends download subscribe, and.
"tobias" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Tobias macy welcomed software engineering daily things to thanks for having me your the host of the data engineering podcast as well as the podcast about python which is called podcast dot init so i wanna focus most of our conversation around data engineering i've done some shows recently about it and data engineering started with the duke ecosystem arguably unless you go back to pre hoop days but i think most people started talking about this term around the hoodoo times and then it was followed by these open source tools like storm and cough and then more recently things like spark and flank and then there's a ton of proprietary tools described the time line for data engineering and how it got to its present day state from your point of view yeah so the sort of origination of data engineering i guess if you wanna go far enough back was really with the database administrators because they are the ones who are responsible for making sure that your data was available and backed up and had an appropriate shape and schema for the application to be able to access a but in terms of the sort of modern view of what data engineering happens to be the next duration was in terms of the business intelligence suite of people being able to pull data out of application systems and then modify it and analyze it for being able to create usable reports for the cease suite or people higher up in the business to be able to understand how things were operating and then as you mentioned who do came in and allowed for much more massive scale of data processing and then when that started to become too slow a lot of the streaming systems came in and throughout all of this there is bed and the socalled etl or extract transform and load sort of paradigm with a number of different tools available for them.
"tobias" Discussed on Sportstalk 790
"Thousand and then tobias harris where they short an invitation let me deal we got one more spot who are going tobias says they'll do it i find it's a bias there's the shooting right now i hope lejeune evelyn so you look so civil yours williams the new graphics sox look at this thing it's brutal out like i'll try to explain it for the people listening instead of like watching or listening with tv in front of them they've got it's cool in its horrid at the same time so they do it by each rack there's five different racs five basketball's apiece rate and so on the bottom of the graphic they have an icon for the five basketballs and it will light up if he makes the shot and it will stay dim if he doesn't that's all cool but then they have this weird graphic where it's a little circle and they're doing the same thing if lights up if he makes it it's dim if he doesn't it's like a shot chart he's shooting from the same spot the whole time at the circle thing is just stupid are you with me on that gavin yet stupid yeah i don't i feel like they're just trying to change it just to do it but looking at the nba allstar weekend there's other things that they could change not that on to televise the draft okay the graphic is bad i'm gonna go with my guy i can't stray i thought about it but i can not i'm going with eric gordon again that when a great year chirac cohen choco say that's not chalk klay thompson chocolates the the favor yeah but i don't has their ever know there has been a back to back i believe from trying to remember i believe solis gosh who has won this they there had to have been a a backtoback guide least there might have been.