35 Burst results for "Tomas"
"tomas" Discussed on Counter Apologetics
"Like it's still wouldn't actually justify God's decision to allow that to exist because it's just intrinsically impermissible to let that happen. Yeah, I remember in our debate somebody was asking, are there any evils that would go against your theory or anything like that? And I brought up the example of, well, if when we looked in our past history of the world and we're noticing a sort of downward trend where things were getting increasingly worse over time, that would strike me as evidence against the theory, because it seems like in order for this theory to really work, we have to say, no, there is some sort of incremental, almost like a teleological aim towards this ideal state of the world that we're moving closer towards. Maybe it's not the case that we're going to reach at any time soon. But at least we can acknowledge, yeah, if we look back 400 million years ago, things were a lot worse than they are now. So maybe there is a sense in which we have this sort of upward trajectory. But I think also kind of what we were bringing up earlier is to the Tomas, who says that, yeah, God could create an infinite of animals suffering for all of eternity with no hope for escape. That seems like the type of people that would just be automatically infamous for forgot to allow. So yeah, if it were the case that there were a lot of instances of things like that, taking place within the world, then that would not be the types of evils that this the Odyssey could account for. Okay, so if the so if you're talking about what would disconfirm my theodicy, then it's like, well, if the axiological arrow was kind of pointed down or just kind of was going around randomly because you do kind of need in an arrow of improvement.
AP News Radio
Niederreiter scores in debut, Predators top Sharks in Prague
"The NHL regular season has begun with the predators defeating the sharks four to one in Prague The first goal came off the stick of Nashville's key for sure would just 61 seconds into the game Nino need a writer scored in his predators debut and Ellie told vonn provided the game winner Hometown favorite Tomas hurdle had San Jose's long goal tying the game in the first period UC sorrows blanked the sharks the rest of the way and finished with 30 saves The two teams square off again on Saturday in Prague I'm Dave ferry
Crypto Altruism Podcast
"tomas" Discussed on Crypto Altruism Podcast
"Started to envision ways to help decentralize it and by providing more art opportunities to more artists. So in general, there is a huge concentration on traditional art markets. A few players control the majority of the big transactions that not only do they have the power and the experience in doing it, but it also matches the idea that art is only accessible to a few, which is very wrong. We want to help this construct this idea step by step and with our current model, we will help also assure that art can be accessible to all. For example, just a funny example, we had brilliant paintings for sale from emerging artists in our first finite marketplace that were less expensive than decoration stores. You know what I mean? So this is it all. People don't know where to buy it either. So yeah, that was it. So finally, I think we saw the NFT boom. And it got our intention and we started investing our time to understand the full scope, the full potential of non fungible token. So besides what was booming back then, we saw the capitalization of it and saw what was implying for many artists and found out that it relies on opportunity for us and something to be explored from our side. And yeah, I think this was our journey into currencies in web three in general. That's awesome. That's great. And do you have anything you want to add Tomas? No, I think just don't describe our aha moment quite well. Yeah. It's been a really rewarding experience, you know. Learning a lot every day. Yeah, for sure. For sure. Well, that's awesome. And obviously it led to art to act and I'm really excited to learn about that.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"tomas" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"By the blaze of 3000 year old tree is there called the grizzly giant. I'm Brad Steve. Now this Bloomberg sports update Metz get back in the win column with a tenth inning rally on the Marlins 5 to four the final score, a throwing error by Miami pitcher Tanner Scott would give the green light for Tomas nido to head home, New York will try to take the series tomorrow. Yankees fall to the Red Sox in ten innings 6 to 5 the final score, Alex verdugo with a walk off single to put the socks on top. That snaps New York's three game win streak. After a couple of draws, New York City FC is back in the win column, topping New England four to two at Yankee Stadium, Valentin Castellanos with two goals in the game. It's the first win for NYC since late May. Elena rabenau is the women's champion at Wimbledon, the 23 year old from Kazakhstan, B 27 year old aunts jabur of Tunisia on Saturday, we're back in a rallied from a set down for a surprise three 6 6 two 6 two victory over the number three seed. We're back and I was the tournament's number 17 seed. Novak Djokovic will compete for his 7th Wimbledon title on Sunday, the Serbian tennis champ will face off against Nick curios of Australia on the grass court after beating Cameron nori of Britain in four sets. Djokovic has won the Wimbledon title three times in a row. Meantime, it's the first final for curios. WNBA star Brittany griner is due back in court next week after pleading guilty to drug charges in Russia. The Phoenix mercury star is on trial for carrying cannabis oil in her luggage at the time she was arrested at the Moscow airport in February. Griner admitted to both counts of attempt to smuggle drugs into Russia and also possession on Thursday. The 31 year old basketball star said she didn't intend to commit a crime and was just careless about packing her bags. Legal experts say her please should speed up the verdict and her high profile case. And third round action of the genesis Scottish open, Xander schauffele will head into Sunday with the lead at 7 under. Softly shooting a 66 on Saturday. Rafa Cabrera beo right behind him in second with 5 under. With a Bloomberg sports update, I'm at mattson
AP News Radio
Nido helps banged-up Mets rally past Marlins 5-4 in 10
"The mets pulled a rabbit out of the hat to beat the Marlins 5 four in ten innings Miami had gone ahead in their half of the tenth on an infield single combined with a throwing error and it looked like enough but with two outs in the bottom of the tenth Tomas nido drove in the tying run with a double down the line then one at bat later Brandon nimmo had a comebacker to the mound Marlins pitcher Tanner Scott threw it away and needo came home to give New York the improbable win I like to say that we're never out of it We always like our chances especially with men on base So you know we just went our way While he guys New York
AP News Radio
Mets blank Nationals again 5-0 to finish perfect homestand
"Tomas needle delivered four hits and drove in three to lead the mets to a 5 to nothing series sweeping win over the nationals The mets went 6 and O on their home stand and sit in first place in the national league east of 35 and 17 Francisco Lindor knocked in a run Shortstop has done so in ten straight game I want to get the job done you know I want to do whatever it takes I'm very focused every year about but when there's somebody in place I got to do whatever it takes to bring the guy in you know I run helps the team win Calls Carrasco labored through 5 scoreless innings for his 6th win The mets have tossed 21 consecutive scoreless frames Washington fell to 18 to 34 Mike mancuso New York
"tomas" Discussed on Counter Apologetics
"So yeah, I just, I would submit, and I think Brian, I would agree that we don't think even if you think that the arguments, the other arguments for atheism, are more powerful. We don't think you should think that they're overwhelmingly overwhelmingly more powerful. Brian cutter, your co author. Yeah, yeah. Probably mention him. Over an hour into the conversation. I think I mentioned them at the beginning. You can mention them when you do the introduction. So I did have one question about this. If we're just talking about conceivability, then wouldn't this also apply to God's mind in some sense, like some of these not all of these instances of psychophysical harmony would apply to God if he's well, I don't know what model of God you have exactly. But presumably some of them wouldn't apply to God, regardless, but it seems like some of them would. If we're just talking about conceivability, I mean, God's mind could have conceivably been disharmonious, right? Like it's possible to imagine it. Yeah. Yeah, so I think this then we'll get into questions about the intrinsic probability of theism. I mean, God, I mean, there is an exactly the same harmony problem because of course God, I guess, doesn't have associated physical states or whatever. But there's still the question of God has conscious states. Presumably their orderly and presumably gods choosing to make the world phenomenology as accompanied by the world being created and this time. So you have these other these other harmony problems. I mean, of course, there are people who have models of God on which God doesn't have conscious states, I guess. Tomas and these sorts of people. But assuming that doesn't work, yeah, I mean, what you want as a theist, I think, is to show that there's some kind of natural, simple way of characterizing God that entails God's other properties. Maybe it follows from perfection or from supreme value or Swinburne thinks from. Pure limitless intentional power or something. There's some sort of root thing that captures the fundamental essence of God and that entails these other things. And so I think what you want to do is find that and show that that's not wildly intrinsically improbable. And then show that that entails the God's mental states will be harmonious. And that's how you get around the kind of revenge problem. Oh, is that what you call it? That's what I just called her right now. Yeah, I think somebody, I think someone else may have called it that in conversation with me once. Maybe that's where that came from. Okay. So I'm not the first person ever to ask, wait, God is also a conscious mind. Other people have raised that. Yeah. Well, it seems like, you know, because when you say psychophysical harmony, it's not just that.
AP News Radio
Arenado buzzed, frustrated Mets brawl with Cardinals in loss
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Bloomberg Radio New York
"tomas" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"On European banks with exposure to a country now under more sanctions than any other nation in the world For more on the potential fallout I'm joined now by Bloomberg intelligence emerging Europe bank senior analyst Tomas Nestlé Tomas you put it very succinctly in your latest research note what does Russian risk really mean for European bank valuations So I'll put the question to you What does it mean Well so when we look at the Russia war definitely as you have seen that European banks have been slammed massively in the past month or following the Russia invasion of Ukraine and the war and there are several implications for the European banks First of all of course we are worried we're going to have with the growth in Europe That's one thing Another aspect is what's going to happen with credit losses for especially for the banks with direct explorer to Russia which is stock journey unique credit likewise and ING and many other European banks which started to disclose their exposure to the troubled economy First of all we also look at what's going to happen right now with the ECP and inches well because as you probably know there was a wide expectation that the beginning of the year and in December 2021 that interest rate in Europe will be with the larger this year Now I think this expectation of kind of down We're not going to know what's going to happen when we've used a threat And that is not very positive outlook for the revenue Lots to get to there But I want to focus in on credit risk That stands out pretty prominently because you think back to how banks reacted to the possibility of credit losses during the pandemic And they made a lot of loan loss provisions Could we see something similar to how the banks reacted to the pandemic as they do now to this war in Ukraine Yes of course So we can still listen to our website right First for the banks which are directly exposed to Russia so they have the operation in Russia and it has direct lending in the economy Right So this would be right as the unique credit option and when we look at that what's going to happen in Russia economic this year Well Bloomberg economically is going to contract 9% which is the worst recession in almost 20 years Interest rates are very high at 20% So it's not very good news for creditors for borrowing for corporate So definitely massive credit losses And I think as a good example we can quote the right size and we'll just claim that each co cost of risk in Russia in the base case scenario can be free times bigger than the anticipated at the beginning of the year So definitely cost of the risk could be much higher how high it will be We're going to learn during the one Q result And of course we have to see what's going to happen in the Russian economy Second of all of course is direct exposure So if we see slowing earlier growth definitely it's going to cost us on cost of European banks will have to follow the provision more against the slogan growth But we have to remember that the European banks have provisioned a lot As you mentioned during the pandemic time so they have quite significant buffers against the deteriorating GDP outlook You mentioned some of the banks that have the most exposure to Russian assets If they do see serious damage from that exposure is there a contagion risk across the financial sector in Europe There's also the contagion but we have to understand why that For example approximately 5 then where Russia you need to generate more than 30% of pre-tax profit ING unit credit the contribution to revenue and profit is now low single digits So it's not very much So it's not very significant for them And even when they discuss the worst case scenario that they will have to walk away from Russia because the situation deteriorates massively the capital hit for them is very much manageable even for right size So I wouldn't expect massive contagion risk of course there will be something because it always knows the financial markets are very much linked but I wouldn't expect a massive massive blowout out of this You mentioned also the risk of a major recession coming out of Russia sanctions What does that mean for the European Central Bank I know that there's been a lot of dampened expectations that they could do rate hikes in this kind of environment But if the war continues if things get really bad and inflation continues to go the way it has what could that mean for the ECB There is a growing threat and increasing threat that we are going to face stagflation in Europe If you have a down if you have seen that GDP decline in your gross profit but there will be increased interest rate because they want to protect growth Possibly they won't turn off QE this year So definitely monitor losing voluntary on the case as well So yes we are facing speculation in the world continuing So it's not very positive outlook for international Europe area So stack relations populations that question I could only stress this works three times Thanks Thomas That's Thomas netzel Bloomberg intelligence emerging Europe bank senior analyst coming up on the program environmental social governance We'll discuss why ESG funds love alphabet and Microsoft plus gambling Ganja and tech key tax.
The Dan Bongino Show
The Rich Got Richer During the Pandemic and You Can Blame the Government
"Falls So the government liberals do this all the time They institute these big government policies They never do what they say they're going to do Matter of fact they always do the opposite They do significant damage to people who don't have power and money and elite connections And then they run around and they go back to the same people and go oh my gosh look what happened Life is so bad who's going to fix it us And the reason life sucks in a lot of these big cities Run by liberals is precisely because of a history of instituting liberal policy I've never seen a better example than this So these researchers piketty and these guys like I was in lucasian Sean Sal they're obsessed with inequality That's all they do They are heroes and icons on the left You should know the names because the left sights these people all the time Toma Tomas piketty And Lucas Shawn Sal They have these names are cited all the time And their life's work is proving somehow that inequalities worse than it's ever been in human history and it's dastardly conservatives and economic freedom that's doing it If we only had bigger government people would be more equal and they'd all love each other and sing kumbaya or whatever The research is generally garbage a lot of it doesn't take into account government transfer payments It's a long story beyond the scope of the show today But they've come out with a new piece of research showing how the coronavirus pandemic has led to a spike in not only the number of billionaires but the wealth of the billionaires who existed before coronavirus You may be saying wait wait wait what Through an economic lockdown and all of this stuff there was a spike in the collective net wealth of billionaires Yeah they're not wrong He can T is not wrong And his researchers the rich did get richer and here's what I'm talking about with the broken leg fallacy on the left The irony of this whole thing is the journal Wall Street Journal did a deep dive in this piece about those pandemic billionaires Thomas piketty shows how government stoked wealth inequality The reason the rich got richer during the lockdowns was precisely because of the lockdowns and big government spending Two initiative pushed initiatives pushed by the left as the left is now complaining about how billionaires got super wealthy during the
Bloomberg Radio New York
"tomas" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And should not be politicized as CMP reporting the ministry points to remarks made to IOC president Tomas Bach as proof that she is okay Malicious hyping Human Rights Watch has accused the IOC of covering over the serious what they call human rights violations in the case and the HRW director Sophie Richardson says that she was hopeful that China would somehow show some spine and stand up to the Chinese but says with a Winter Olympics coming up obviously they will not She calls it sports washing European Union has a call for China to provide independent and verifiable proof up of the well-being and whereabouts of Pong Headline up on the Bloomberg terminal now that Hong Kong and mainland travel may start around December 10th It is a saint tower report We'll get you more details Latest COVID-19 wave in the U.S. is hitting some states intensive care units and several parts of the country say it's as bad as it's ever been That is a case in 15 states in the city of Denver meanwhile mayor Michael Hancock has reimposing indoor mask mandates I know it's disappointing that the decisions of some again mean additional restrictions on are vaccinated residents and in certainly and I certainly share in that disappointment because I know a lot of work has gone into getting us to where we are Yeah mandate says people who do not want to wear masks must show proof of vaccination of the door So vax or masked WHO forecasting deaths in Europe from COVID-19 will reach 2.2 million by March that is based They say on current trends and France appears to be in or near its 5th surge of COVID health minister reporting out 30,000 new cases in the last 24 hours German Chancellor Angela Merkel has held an emergency meeting with leaders of the likely next government coalition to discuss it U.S. president Joe Biden today as well as announcing new oil supply efforts as we're carrying here has touted the economy made historic progress over the last ten months Unemployment is down to 4.6% Two years faster than everyone expected when we started this job was over 14% Wages are rising disposal line comes up and Biden says he sees more job growth in the near term Former football great and current co host of ABC's Good Morning America Michael Strahan has gone a bit Spacey And less than three weeks on December 9th I will be blasting off in the next Blue Origin space launch There it goes What a face You're a brave man Yeah with George Stephanopoulos there Quarterbacks I think they saw stars after being hit by the Giants great In San Francisco I met Baxter This is Bloomberg Douglas All right Eddie thank you And we're getting this hot headline right from the Bloomberg terminal the U.S. is invited Taiwan to a democracy summit that will happen at least the invitation has been extended for the month of September Let's get to our guest for the half hour David kudla is with us He is the founder and CEO of mainstay capital joining us from Detroit Thanks for being with us Dave Let's talk about what's happening in markets as it relates to interest rates because it seems to be rearranging the furniture here We've got a number of fed officials supporting the idea of a more rapid pace of tapering those asset purchases in that brings us to the idea that maybe a rate hike could become sooner rather than later don't you think I don't think so I think that the fed is going to move as slowly as they can They have a problem because the inflation hocks that are on the board those that believe inflation is going to grow even more next year and we may even see hyperinflation So the fed is trying to balance that with what they know to be the case We still have an economy that is in the U.S. and globally that is recovering We've just seen we've got another wave of COVID going through Europe and we know what that means potentially to the economy So I think that they're at a measured pace right now to remove accommodation slowly That's where they'd like to stay I don't think we see an interest rate increase in the first half of the year I'll be surprised if we see one in the second half of the year People thinking that they could be hyperinflation and when you think of hyperinflation you're thinking about countries like Zimbabwe Right Well to be honest a lot of times you hear it associated with someone who's selling Bitcoin or gold because that obviously is something to put out there But there are people that expect that inflation is going to continue to grow through next year We believe the reality is is that inflation has been increased These are all COVID impacts to the economy domestically and globally Inflation is increased because specifically of durable goods inflation And as much as that surge this year we expect it to be declining even a deflationary force within our inflation numbers as we get into 2022 and a year from now we look for inflation to be running quite a bit lower You know and it's interesting because in your notes Dave you indicate that you prefer the small cap space that speaks of a lot of optimism I would think in the domestic recovery Maybe.
AP News Radio
Barabanov's OT goal leads Sharks past Hurricanes 2-1
"The sharks scored an overtime goal by Alexander bye barn off to beat the hurricanes two to one Tomas Hertl with the assist to set up the game winning goal ending Carolina's four game win streak Santos he hadn't scored a goal in a hundred thirty five minutes and thirty eight seconds until Kevin Labanc tied up at one in the second period James Reimer made twenty two saves for the win the hurricanes only goals by defenseman Tony deangelo Carolina is eight one and one on the road this season Brian Lee Aung San Jose
The Atheist Experience
"tomas" Discussed on The Atheist Experience
"So belief is just the state of being convinced that something is the case, right? So if we're talking about belief, I mean, you can believe all kinds of shit doesn't necessarily rise to the level of knowledge. For something to be counted as knowledge, you'll hear people talk about justified true belief or JTB, all right? Now we've got some conditions. For a belief to count as knowledge, it has to be justified. It has to be some something there to support this belief as being true, all right? You'll hear us talk about true being that which is consistent with or that which corresponds with reality. And then you have to be convinced it's true. So when you get these elements coming together, you've got something that we can describe as knowledge. So not merely belief, belief that is justified, true, and you believe it. Does that help at all? Yeah, no, I think so. Okay, yeah, I think I followed that. Regarding regarding the question about burden of proof, though, so taking it to that next step, all right? If you've got two theists, one says I believe, I don't know, say, I believe Jesus rose from the dead. The other one says, no, I know Jesus rose from the dead. They're both taking the position that the proposition Jesus rose from the dead is true. They're both convinced of it, okay? So if they're making that claim, if they're saying Jesus rose from the dead, then they would have an equal burden of proof. Okay. So the confidence level yeah, so I guess I was thinking maybe before it was like, well, the bird of evidence may vary depending on how confident you're trying to get so into, right? So if someone was trying to get someone to the point saying, they're like, this is the fact that also except for siblings. This is something that I've been convinced by even though that complex love between these two people is pretty different. The birds are still the same. It's kind of something what you're saying, right? Yeah. I don't know. I don't know if the confidence level is different. What is the confidence level that's required for someone to be convinced? I think you're either convinced that you're not. You know? I'm on an aspect of that you're if you just take the proposition to be true, your confidence level to me is irrelevant. The claim has a burden of proof. Whether or not the state of affairs is actually the state of affairs. That requires a burden of proof. I don't care if you're like, if you're like, I'm 1% confident that JFK is going to come back or something or whatever it might be. It doesn't matter. If you think that there's 1% chance, like, I want to know what it is that you think justifies you even having any shift of confidence to that. Yeah, even if you're saying something like JFK might come back. Well, that's a claim. We have one. It implies there's something justificatory for you to hold the belief. Okay. Okay. I'll talk about that more. And the atheist versus Christian one, because obviously, even though the data is there might say, go to a higher degree. That person is doing this spot of saying, I'm not making a position here. That's why it was still switch towards the thesis for the bird, right? Well, I mean, it's less about what positions someone holds and more about what their posture is. So if you encounter an atheist who's like, I am convinced there's no God. I believe there is no God. They have adopted a burden of proof. You'd want to ask them why, you know, and let them let them explain it. But you'll run into some other stuff. I mean, if someone was to tell me that they believed in a God that was perfectly just and perfectly merciful. I would say that's a contradiction. I don't think that can exist. That strikes me as being impossible. So there I would go because of this because that is necessarily contradictory. I would say that God doesn't exist, because it can't. Yeah. So that's where there would be a distinction. But again, I'd be adopting the burden of proof. The instant that I say I'm convinced such a God can't exist. I would have to show my work. Yeah, and I actually like I take a burden of proof on some of that, right? Like Tomas that I talked to. They take a position that God is pure act. And we don't have to get into the whole nuances of potentiality and actuality and all that. But the point to me is that when you say that God is pure act, it means that he could only create the world in one way. It implies something called necessitarianism, which is the idea that the world could only be one way, which I think is self defeating, right? So I could then make the inference from those rules to say, okay, well if it implies necessitarianism, then that God does not exist because necessarily results in what you call modal collapse and you just don't want that. I mean, some people might argue against it. But for me, I'm going to adopt the burden of proof on that specific God or that specific analytic definition because I can actually show why it's just not coherent. Conversation about this before the show is just you're going to have to supply something when someone goes, well, you can't prove that some maybe some definition of God we've never heard of doesn't exist. Yeah, I can't possibly know what you have an analytically defined to me. But, you know, I'm not going to make the statement that the proposition God doesn't exist is in and of itself a contradiction. I'm not going to make those types of claims. But I can't adopt a burden of proof on Christianity, for example. I will take that burden of proof. But it just depends on what God we're talking about from my perspective. Okay. Yeah, I'll think about that more. And that's really all I had. It's always been something that's like, well, this isn't just you. And so I know I've been watching that to hunt these videos for those to me. But I think the way you guys kind of broke down was helpful..
"tomas" Discussed on P.S.A Podcast
"Do you feel though commenting on someone story with a pulse that you don't agree with is minding your business It depends on the pulse. His embryo big on a unsolicited opinions. I don't ask you. i don't care what you think. So when people give me a or advice that i didn't ask for every like all right. What was the purpose. Because i'm going to be anyway but if it's like if it's something that's like a conversational topic or controversial. Of course people are gonna chime in all. I think. I think that at that point need one of his mind. Our own business view other media is like we both mind and somebody else beating. So do it together. I liked it. I think with that you know sometimes even me and even stuff that i see. I know sometimes with certain people. I don't even engage. Because i just feel like it's some people like myself. I feel like who wouldn't mind when my having that debate but some people just you they just they don't care and i think that with social media makes it hard for people to just have gene when opinions because unfortunately if you say. I like apples better than oranges. Sit here and tell me that oranges all oranges give you vitamin c. Matter fiber right. Now i want to be four. 'cause oranges don't feel you will and you need a orange and you'll be thirsty in a light high antenna bags of cuties up and it only makes sense so big about that all right so now you know when i will say i don't mind my business. I am so sick of our community always talking about fight you push in forty trying to five people at the club. Go five country. Who do you around is go fifa for our country. I see people owner tomas. I got these holes. And i'm ready for whatever you thirty five. I'm not minding my business in that case but and you know what i wanna do is go five country..
Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"tomas" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"More and more manifestations of Thomas Sankara in the country's politics and culture? Do you see his face on posters in public? Are there things being named after him? Has he become more of a touchstone? Do you think the further we get from his death? So if you take in work at Google, you will see many public buildings that have been renamed after him. You have the university to master Kara, which is the new one built and then functional two or three years ago. And then you have avenues that have been renamed baptized after him. And you have in the country, a minute tokens that have been renamed after Tomas to show that there is an importance of given to him and given to his vision. And you will have people claiming to be thankless party. So people have taken his name is vision and created a party. And even today, we have the thank our party who is now member of the majority ruling party. Just as a final thought, then whichever way this trial may go, do you think the fact of having the trial has made Thomas Sankara even more prominent than he already was in Burkina Faso's consciousness? No, I don't think that this trial has made him more prominent. But I think that it was prominent because people knew him and even if this trial is not start, people will still have him in mind. I think what this trial has contributed to, that it will end life people and those who are Tomas and those who are still feeding this idea. This vision, this frame of Tomas Ankara to know what happened during that day of October the 15th to know who killed Thomas Ankara and why and also how they did it. So this trial will bring this life to people who have stomach and carra has an icon. And also, maybe it will help to kill ourselves people to move forward because there have been waiting this trial for 34 years and now it's happening. That means that there is one part of the history that is very important of Burkina Faso that will be brought to public. And after this trial, maybe people will come together and then this will help the government wish it will contribute to bring people to bring the consolation among a book in a citizen. In Ouagadougou, thank you for joining us. Thomas.
"tomas" Discussed on Inside Supercars
"To different view of it well against the Coming from where. He resides so That was different but some looking back at the cheerleader dice. You know what you embrace bed. John's coming jimmy anything talk. You're going to the dude you know. Keep some hug me off the track. He's now he doesn't have to worry about money. Who is gonna marry that getting sponsors. Let's up thing but apart from that. I think anybody is bad. You know the way they'll always nam. The enforcer i think is you know jackson-lee put in. He's nine hundred. That didn't happen all that often. Well told us. Imagine that Aside from the gulf coast is that mount news your usual stamping ground Yeah like We do you know in a good year in a good year. They probably about fifty days said on mount. Call you know then. do someday at greenland greenland raceway bausch and And do few days You know eastern great phillip island actually gone to bend few times like it. Just you know the bandage facility. What the what the shine boys they've in there. It is fantastic. Yeah yeah like motor sport. You know motorsport need more people like then you always always look at people that sort of stand out in in motorsport and spend lots of money on sports and they always seem cheese. You know. be more people like that. Yeah saying that You know the the betty that clean car resonate like jesus should be more people like hat that. Which would help them spoke. Just give us an idea what you're saying now on a red roosters background. But you've got different ages now jason. Yeah look from point of view on hopeless. Do rice and son bane is developing. He's mine rising tradings He's called the bog as well and he's He's off and running humanoid driving in tastes yard when we actually can't rice Michelle gone with the mind that yeah. We've also got a couple of businesses are on red rooster restaurant franchise modal transport in distribution company We employ that sixty five people and were non dies awake in twenty eight a day so you know somewhere in their reply the car racing and enjoy ourselves but yeah it's it's one of the lessons learnt throughout my modest career. You can applauded the sports Sorry you're at the sport. I should tell you can applaud abuse businessperson and Especially dealers will deal and contracts. That's how it works in the call more or less exactly result. God almighty yes. He is but currently. We're in sydney lockdown. There's not much you can do and Except by golf sound gulfs getting really good compliance traits on awake trouble. He's got a week end up like mkhori and yada out of the water up there doing maintenance on getting ready so he could silent you in the city. It starts because we still writes that. But from that i mean we still to around strike the we went extinct and so the thing is really she. Because originally we're gonna get to wheaton and then got across the south. Australia have sprint involved with that and then we was Better the because of the kind of problem victoria. The first two events got cancelled and robbie melted. still think. Between and it was ton British mechanics was is there. And he was involved with that. Of course neil. Is that some about from nine. We still fit Gives a site. Trump's i golf silently houses. You could put out still at the factory of doing the rice aims and there's just rented out of prison so weight based on and and look inside is being lockdown down. The lord knows what's going to happen eventually. He'd because the signs england. I think we've run just gets fixed is still thousand. People die so a cupping the disease but not many people dying so as regime. That's innovative place correspondence. That happens on me and it's being mucking up oldest sports. I'm not this nice but what unites sports being canceled canceled cancer the coalition and luckily put those heavier on things so it certainly might think physical play in the hague and So we have to do that much. It doesn't worry is just record up and see kinison some niche benassi county. Well thank you very much for joining the main side. Shakeout them giving the inside the great man. You're doing a calm down. And jackson wanna move forward or no. We'll quote as much as you will them to getting back to a rice wreck in the near future. Thank you again for joining names don. Because okay okay. I'll talk to you thank you. Thank you joining meantime because greg development dining we talk it's terrific hear from homeless era colin volumes and jason baghran. Giving us that inside jobs. Not many of us ever considered that we could do and certainly one. That's not many they would want to do. It's been fascinating lifting. 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"tomas" Discussed on Inside Supercars
"Stop driving time in the championship. I was doing. I was still draw drawing. But i was doing. Eso colorado because at dot com. I already sort of you know was working full force with the driving school and Yeah then i did the d. s. o. J. blake you remember china when he was running a course. Yeah yeah then you know jamie sort of come are you gonna do dsl for cut deny yeah then i be better now. I don't know probably do to two threes or something and And then then Whine wearing kodak from the aids in our wayne caddick rang me up and said oh you'll be interested to do to you know the s. Oh for a photo the eight and and it kind of nothing happened for a year and then sort of year later. I think i think bonday decided you know who step down then You know went came back and and we did a deal. And and i did that for five years you know and i really only stop doing it because i i just Qualifies the pro. The pga seniors to i go to my car and And i wanted to play more golf than Yeah just sort of you know folks Was enjoying myself on a golf course and And doing dad cohen. What was the officiant tara. When you first were involved. I know originally you during the to relate to theory yes that was well i think kevin riley sort of organized that with paid a woman and he said the it was heading as it'll be having a dr glenn well it sort of signed up to later and it was fine. It was simple things and the reason why you've probably today more than the because looking back then taking it was nice when you had three benefactors could cause i should say our co chain or a falcon in a menial something. They can kind of map song do they. Did it completely differently. Said people could add to taken in to their advantage to die. Everyone's got the same equipment now the same who was spelled the same gear ratios cha is everything so it becomes more difficult of the tight and you get healthy within a second or something like that. But in hindsight it's just becomes fairly a little bit too. Squeaky clean off thinking respects. Because you know you get penalized sort of doing their own thing but some you know killed story. I always think that whatever happened to try and do with sport with the most money usually means and sort of been the case of matters. You were doing a job in later and then shortly after that. How did that move across the theories as well. I used to looking for someone and not skype sort of asked me if i'd do it. You know because i've been doing for the latest chore. I mean we did it for another ten years. I think in any sort of something. We started off like originally we. Also we sorta helped us about what the rules are going to be. But in the end the i'd said they're sorta system at the head the russo. Or you're doing thing like a referee football match annoys. You don't make the rules. You just apply the rules and we had a lot of equipment in his is to look sort of things that happened on the dragon sleeve. Someone should get penalized for doing it. And it's sort of worked. I don't think there's much information and now we told the doctor you can get from micheals Television reached plus the cameras in the qasem. What have you so you can look at it after gin. Who did what to whom. I think i used to trying us million particular. Look what we'd like to do. Get the paper on the go there at the time. I munch penalize someone that's already being up there recently the price so that up to probably played. Welcome the point Before you went to the shoe we could sort of organize. Look at things safely side to get someone draw penalty or something in the my. Can i think it works fairly well. Still going koshen. Independ- caught a few number of people. Doing it and even bogs school. Should now thomas. And so on. And i think they will go at the same idea now. What sex happening and you just dislike but through song jason. How did you get involved a win win. Did you get involved. Yeah tiny elementary and as Paul just alluded to their yearly. Guys have been call them paid over in that role I would Adjudicate mike seasons and the rules for the rules and and And look at his job and that was a near draw a columbus day. So the driving standards Adviser thin. I mean you respected what i did the why a battle and most of all the time you certainly understood what the the agenda was are trying to achieve your But as time goes on and the sport becomes more and more And bigger and more money's involved in these more draw the law and the rules got taught and taught and talks so you know and as that develops it. Might it might be when you're in that role to mike those sorts of decisions and work out. You want us to the roles in y you went now. I got involved. Because when thomas decided to step down he was He was doing it for a number of years and did a great job. Been parched me and ask you for do it down a little bit of j. Tell you icing and things like that before and and you know are really enjoyed. The role i combined the role that stage paid him ancient. Sorry calling niche in payroll in may so when i Took on the road. I can bond the role of peter and colin sale patron and thomas and audit vice also was What by cold. The end that they is. So i do all investigations and all of all that sort of softens. Well as mike those decision the court quite complex role but the festival and coming from a driving point of view as colony sh. You'd sit back. And i asked the question when i spoke to every driver and every chain. I wanted time to stained wanted wanted out of the role. Somebody wanted to make sure that for the very first rice. We set a standard We understood what that standard understood. What the rulebook wants me interpreter together. We we read it and then it was just a matter of applying. So i started gay before he got going You understood however on apply to gain and what sort of the site sick on age incidence. And then how book so as you went on. You just have to mike seasons based on that that chanson and garfield for me so it was pretty challenging are enjoyed for three years You know see develop abuses.
Poke the Bear
"tomas" Discussed on Poke the Bear
"It's going to be nonstop every it seems like we've got another 5 or 6 chapters of this drama to get through before we find out where exactly he ends up. But when you look at hurdle and where he fits one, I mean, he's still gonna cost a whole lot. Won't cost you, I think as much as I go in terms of especially in terms of the contract, if you're picking up this year, especially, but you just look at the way hurdle plays great offensive player, 30 goal capability, but also very good in his own end as well. Kind of fits a similar mold is a crazy, maybe not as their place size a little bit different that hurdles a bit more of a score, but both very solid two way guys, both definitely top 6 players a guy that can elevate your team. So if you're the brooms, I think it makes plenty of sense to at the very least get tires on if they have more on the market. I'd be shocked if San Jose keeps them. You would think that, you know, this is one of the few opportunities kind of start whatever rebuild you're trying to put out there, but obviously when it comes down to, though it's going to come down to what the prices and it's going to depend on what the bruins are willing to offer. And that's where I think it can get tricky because as we've talked about before the brooms have some promising guys coming through the system, but also when you've got one or two key guys out there it also makes it less hesitant to actually move pieces to whether that's, you know, are you parting ways with allure or a beecher or a swimming, you know, that's where it gets tough as when like, yeah, I like swimming and thrown into the mix, but you're gonna have to give to get so if the bruins are looking at a guy like a hurdle though, it makes funny a sense, especially when it comes.
The Projection Booth Podcast
"tomas" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"It's the one with the two dudes mexican and the car. That's the that's the killer which stands out to me completely different. And i'm surprised that that one had sobotta in the name of it at all. And it's just like what the hell's going on here and then to have a car and all. This just felt so bizarre. The only thing. I liked about it. So it's bother and the mexican bankrobber name mangusta mongo sta the guy that plays him has a fucking killer and i wanna see more movies with this guy. And i'm pretty sure he was in. He was in one of the. I think he's in the original jangle as maybe the share for the mayor. So he's got this great look to him so sabado the killer sticks out like a sore thumb and ironically digging agree friends about his coming and watch out gringo about a will return fit together for me even though the original title of watch out. Gringo is judas tomas monday as which is a judas take your money so there's no sobotta in the title at all with that water and i don't think there's a character named sobotta. I ended up film. That's the one without the subotic character which i was like. Okay why am i watching this one with did you do to me. Mike what are you doing. I have to go back to this name dick cannon that we just completely washed over and you don't insert that boehner sound. After she says that. Name tom please.
"tomas" Discussed on The Strategists
"Well i would. I would augment that and say it's a it's a change thing right if ballot question is. Do you want to get rid of steven harper and hanging over. Everybody's head is that. Nobody believes that justin trudeau can get rid of steven harper. Welcome prime minister. Tomas care bright. And so what we need to do in our house section which will get to the second yet is changed the ballot question right right right now. The ballot question is not favouring the liberal party if they continue to push on infrastructure and economy my belief is that it is not enough to change the ballot box question and not enough to change the outcome. There's a really interesting mcclain's poll that was put out and we. I'm sure we can put it somewhere on the on. A tag of people can look at it. The bottom line mulcair and harper tie almost every time when we're talking about economic or leadership questions. We're we're talking about a question where people want someone nice to be with justin trudeau dominates. We have to change the question. We need to create a new brand for the federal liberals reflects the actual strength of the party leader..
Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"tomas" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"It's not the best day for walking fluids. Being seen a lot of baby. Bob sets out there. Oh my god we were were you sherman texas or north of dallas and the follow ups about was we both said of the same time and where there's a baby there's a mama that right. Okay have a great weekend man. Good story appreciate it pal. Right mary is all right. L z. Coming up deal or no deal and the new starting goalkeeper for the l. a. f. c. Who's won their last two games. Tomas romero will join us for big deal or no deal. That is next. This is s. l. k. on seven. Espn yeah it's s. l. k. On seven espn coming up in a matter of moments. Big deal or no deal and today our guest player for big deal or no deal is the new starting goalkeeper for the afc. They won their last two games. It is tomas romero tomas. Welcome to us okay. Hey do man. I'm doing really good. You gotta tell us say again. I'm doing great right now. Yeah all right good man. Hey listen. I'm a soccer dad. I've been living this life. The club soccer life for the last fifteen years schlepping all over the country with my daughter. Just if you can explain how you go from high school to college for a year and then before you know it at twenty years old. You're playing pro soccer. mls soccer. can you. just tell us about that. Yeah i mean it's always been a dream of mine Ever since i started playing soccer just to go pro and I feel like. I just did everything i needed to do. flavor the teams that i needed to play for and just proceeded and then obviously went to college. Had a good good first. Couple of months won a national championship and then And the now here so It's been a great for me. It's been a great process so far. I'm just excited to see what the future holds. So you are a football one in done. You went one season joyce correct. Yeah do you believe if you were at georgetown win. The supreme court decision came down. You could have made some bank as a player in college. I don't know about. I don't know about that but Come on maybe a car dealership. Yeah i mean. I think i would but i don't know the decision was that. Do you like the decision that was made. Yeah now players can make money off their own Own image i. Guess yeah. I mean it's It's about for the beginning. I think you know it's it's our it's our name like personality and everything and if there's you can make money doing it i think you should be able to do it. glad that they did make that change. Especially i mean there's a little bit less relevant for guess soccer players in college but especially it's super important for like obviously football and basketball players you know but overall. I think it's a good good decision. Sure you practice in teasha face on it but we're going to keep it a couple of dollars. Hey do before we play the game. Just real quick. You're twenty years old. Right yeah twenty. Are you the youngest player on the l. Afc no no definitely not the youngest guy. There's there's a. I think eric eric daniels the sixteen. I think so. Yeah damn wow greg. Let's go let's do it. It is time now tomas. I'm sure you know the rules. It is time now for big deal or no deal. Let's do this thing. Laura much to do. I wanted to say speaking of big deals. It's a big deal that you make sure you call the right attorney when you're injured in an accident call sam ash law one eight hundred three. Oh four two thousand one. Eight hundred three or four thousand because you deserve. What's right greg bergman to you sir. All right tomas. This is what we're going to do. We're going to play a game called big deal no deal but it's actually going to be a couple of different games so it's either going to be a. Would you rather question. It's going to be something where it's either you have to tell me whether it's a big deal or no deal or it's going to be just a random game of family feud so it's going to be one of the just be ready for it. Sounds good to start off with a big deal. No deal since. That's the name of the game so me my name is greg. The other day said that flopping was just other stuff when it comes to daily teeth cleaning. Is this a big deal or no deal. Big deal i agree. So why. why do you think is a big deal clean teeth. I think you know when you smile. I think people look at it. I think very important to have Good teeth she's greg's nasty. So you're saying greg is nasty. We haven't had the chance to be doesn't flaws. I mean tomasz do does not flush. Yeah got a bad. You can say i can take it. I took it enough already. Worry about it all right. The next going to be a. Would you rather questions tomasso. Would you rather have a donkey for transportation or a giraffe for transportation a draft. Whatever set up in a draft. I think that. I don't think anybody that. C l z. Go ahead. Why don't you want the draft. He's young man. He hasn't had these experiences. I'm not going now. He don't know. I'm gonna talk to you about two years. Did you say what stage for that. I'm just saying you trying to creep. Giraffe is an ideal vehicle for transportation. When you try to creep but you're young creeping. Yeah i definitely stand out. I think that's important. This is important. If you're trying to sneak around and creep you gotta draft and you know you others like we're we're where're you use like. Oh was at the store then. Why was your giraffe or at the mall. Then you know you've got issues. Yeah same thing about donkey right. Yeah but you can spot no donkey from the highway draft. I'm with you tomas. I think the draft sounds cooler. I could hold onto his neck. You know what i mean. He's boy ron hold onto his neck. You know. I think it sounds kind of cool or you don't think a donkey has not too long. I'm not sure. What kinda necklace donkey envisioning. But greg all right. It's time to play the few. Yeah music yeah. Yeah needed here. Oh there we go all right. Welcome back to s. l. k. Family feud and tomas. We're going to start off with you today. And it's going to go tomas than than cap l z. Laura than alex. Right this quarter. We're going to go in so tomasz name me. Something that breaks down cars is the number one answer will go all right. Cap namie something. There's four more on the board name me something that breaks down okay. Something that breaks down. I'm gonna say relationship steve. No sorry that's not on. Oh man one strike all right. L z. now it's your turn one strike on the board four. They're still answer still available name. Something that breaks down to communication communication is on their number four on the list. Good answer good answer. Good answer things. all right laura. Three answers left one strike. Name me something that breaks down your cell phone. And i will. I'll take.
Biz Talk Radio
"tomas" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"The show now over to Pat O'Brien's welcome to business rock stars. Paddle Bryant to rock stars today. Ali Tomas, be welcome, and Adam Shaw. Great to be here. Welcome the CEOs and CPL. Sportal. We'll get to that. The men in one of the greatest ass you've ever seen if you know me, you know, I love supports supports loves me or they loved me. And this happens. Unbelievable. But let's talk about being an entrepreneur. You consider yourself entrepreneurs must definitely Yeah. Why? Having a passion to solve a problem toe create value for people. I think in order to be an entrepreneur, you really have to have that passion to solve and create things and Um, right. You know, everybody says that his passion the same as patients and his passion. The same inspirations. Yeah. Uh, no. In fact, I think the two are not necessarily, uh, Don't necessarily go hand in hand. I think sometimes passion and exuberance can Time overshadow? Yeah, make it and I think they're both really important. Think successful entrepreneurs have passion and exuberance, but at the same time, balance it with the right amount of patients based on the name your APS portal. We'll get to that. A little bit. You're obviously sports fans. What's your day at the office? Like what? Your typical workday before we start with that I got to give you a little bit of credit. I am a huge, huge sports fan. And the way I started becoming a sports fan was watching the Lakers in the eighties. And your voice is what I hear. When I think about those things out there for the guard. I'm gonna give you a little credit for. Thanks, But yeah, typical. David, get that down. How much credit do like? Yeah, So anyway, your typical workday a typical work days we we get in and we actually throw on the TV. And we start to stream some sports, so their sports on 24 7. I mean, that's what we do So on Ben, we start to get forward with building the up on building out features and working on all the different facets that go with, you know, kind of growing this product. Was it hard to first of all, it's a risk right? You consider yourself risk takers huge risk because having worked with the MLB NFL And we're going to India, and it's impossible to get rights. Did you find that to be true? Well, so I was obviously not impossible because you have well, actually. So I worked for Fox for seven years. I worked for the NFL for four years and so with that gave me was a really good understanding of sports rights and then the sports landscape. So when we set out Toe create a product that really took care of streaming. We didn't want to take on the big media rights holders. Um it's a bad idea. Yeah, there was There. There. There are companies that have been in the business of creating great programming for 30 40 years on have billions of dollars to spend on rights. Well, we recognize was there was a problem in Um, as people transformed from one medium to the next on this case from television to digital. People don't necessarily know where to find the games. And so you had a similar thing happened with music. When music went from CDC just dreaming I'm modify and, yeah, exactly so sports was particularly Difficult because Sports rights or locked up for very long periods of times, And there's lots of different deals as regional deals. There's national deals. There's obviously different sports, and so the rights landscape is very disjointed. And so the decision makers Um, who have the ability to decide? Okay, Now we're going to stream. In addition, toe televising right? It went it very different paces. So for the sports fan, sometimes a game would be streamed. Sometimes it wouldn't be. Sometimes they required you to authenticate with cable in order to watch it. Other times everybody landscape is always changing is really changing. So what that meant was, is it for the sports fan they couldn't find how to stream a game and for the big media companies that have these in Incredibly well produced games. They only make money. If people find that people watch it, so we created was a great platform and marketplace that connected the two so made it really easy for sports fans to find the games. They want to watch. And then for the people who are presenting the games that help them to get an audience, and we're gonna get to that a lot more in the next segment. How do you motivate Yourself How I motivate myself. That's a good question. I can't watch the Lakers and Celtics anymore. There's I don't give a you know, I still have some of those VHS tapes. If I could find a str somewhere now, you know what it is, is actually so I am also a no athlete growing up. I played a lot of sports, and with that it's about setting goals and trying to achieve them and then making sure you take the steps to get there on both the start up. Can't do a team that's about, you know, setting goals together and working hard together to get there and building a team that could do different things. So Adam has, you know really great skill set and I have a little bit different skill set and then we have other people in the team. They have different skill sets. And then together we worked really hard to achieve. Those goals is very important that you know we are here to inspire, inform and connected community of entrepreneurs Walking the business rock stars on Patil, Brian with us is Ali Tomas agree the CBO. Of incredible app called Sportal and Adam Show. Who's the CEO? You know we talk about the product in the next segment, But how do you achieve One of the biggest criticisms of people who keep track of sports Day. I was watching two year always on that app. Don't work it My life is to say you love me more than you love basketball. More than May, I said, may be true. But I love you more than football. How you keep the balance?.
Scuba Shack Radio
The Invader -
"It's time for another installment of seahorn. It's still alive here on scuba shock radio and this time we're heading back to july thirtieth nineteen sixty for season three episode thirty titled the invader in this episode. Mike is on assignment to a small unnamed. Latin america country where his job is to train a new underwater demolition team in the opening underwater scenes. Mike is with two other divers and there are placing underwater charges. Mike says that in wartime the underwater soldier only has his blade and bundle of explosives. Well when the charges go off you see the divers being violently tossed about but they're okay. They were just far enough away from the concussion back on the boat. Mike tells us that he has started with twenty men but now he is down to their. Is thomas vegas a wealthy princeton graduate and paul ramirez better known as indio an orphan who is happy but can be serious as a barracuda but there is trouble ashore. The scene shifts to the office of the president day president they duran and he's being confronted by an opposition leader so scenario silvano who is calling for revolution against iran's tax bill. Mike confronts scenario storms out. Mike is worried about this little dictator but president duran assures in he was a soldier and all will be well now. We're back on the boat. Where mike still has his hands. Full with a rivalry between tomasz an indio underwater thomason indio get into a fight by training. Mike forces them to the surface. Thomas toes indio that if he kicks him again like that he'll cut his throat. Mike tells ended. They gotta learn to work together to now. Tomas asks to go sure to go on a date with dawn comes trouble. Speedboat approaches the argonaut with a colonel. Who tells them that. President duran has been abducted by solano and being held in an island. Four miles offshore. What can you do ask the kernel. We'll think of something. Mike replies give us until noon. And if you haven't heard from us by then you've never will. The next thing we see is tomasz on the radio and he is talking to survive at the fort. The revolutionary traitor to l. president. He tells them that there will be an underwater attack. Now as mike in dior getting ready their gear we see tomas sneaking a flare gun into his rig back underwater. The three divers are set for a long swim with patrol boats circling around. So mike takes the boys deep into the channel to create a diversion. Mike sends up a surface marker buoy with a time fused bomb on it when it goes off. The fort thinks it's a pto and savannah. Realizes mike nelson is on his way. President they durant says. Mike nelson is an extraordinary man to which ivano replies. He's an extraordinary gag. Man you see. The revolutionaries have set up a concrete and steel screen across the channel. The only way through is to blast but they wanna confused patrol boats and the floor so they set off a series of bombs in different locations while they blow up the screen. One two three bombs go off in the guards and savannah are confused with a concrete and steel screen blown apart. Mike leads the divers through just then tomasz takes off. Where's he going. He makes his way to the sea wall and is ready to fire off his flare gun to signal the four when mike jumped him they didn't tie tomasz to a floating rafts off the island and set off a smoke bomb again to confuse the revolutionaries mike and i had to the other side of the island. They're getting shallower and shallower into a mike. Pops his head up all clear and they get out of the water and ditched her scuba gear. The raft trick worked by tells indio and he tells them to keep them busy while he gets el presidente. Indio starts tossing grenades. all around. the guards are shooting at everything. Now we see. Mike armed with a small revolver while savant is starting to freak out in the cell. He keeps calling out for martinez. President duran smiling smugly as the havoc rains bike sneaks into fort with his revolver and then we see so von. Tell the guard. Go out and find martinez. Well that opens the door from mike to be called in by president day duran. Mike surprises silvano and tells them to call off the revolutionary. When he says no. Mike says he's a peaceful man but he won't hesitate to shoot him. He'll give him the five one two three okay. So von gives up and radio demand to stand down. Mike is florida the revolution and saved l. president day in the final scene. We see mike at the helm of his boat with a metal pin to his chest. His first from a foreign government indio ramirez is now the head of the country's coastal defense once again letter. Nimoy shows up on seahawks where he played indio. The invaders wasn't filmed in a small latin american country to filming was done in silver springs florida. Well i hope you enjoyed this. Latest installment of sea hunt that still alive brought to you by scuba shack radio.
Boomer & Gio
"tomas" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"How 'bout wins for the mets and the yankees. We call this a good positive wednesday. Mets beat the braves. Four three because of tomas nido a one oh nato hits at high in the air left field. It's deep ozoda back at the track at the wall. It is god. Be no has given the mets the lead with a two out homer in the top of the ninth inning. Second home run of the air and mets.
AP News Radio
Pillar Back on Bench, Banged-Up Mets Edge Braves on Nido Home Run
"Tomas nido hit a solo home run in the top of the nights to get the New York Mets supported three victory over the Atlanta Braves Jonathan B. R. also hit a two run shot for the Mets and the third and Dominic Smith had a run scoring single in the sixth it was a bullpen game for the Mets who used seven pitchers Atlanta went with rookie starter Tucker Davidson lasted six giving up three runs on five hits Austin Riley and Freddie Freeman also had home runs for Atlanta the Braves have now lost six of their last eight games Gary McPhillips Atlanta
Mbappe Powers PSG Past Bayern
"Water match between buying munich and psg pse found themselves two nil up buying a bank to two two but in by gives psg the advantage going into the second leg in paris next week so much to talk about regarding this game. But you're gonna start with you overall. Just a brilliant match to watch absolutely brilliant match to watch. I think we all enjoy did. Obviously from a german perspective would rather by munich scoring five. Six seven goals. You know they had enough chances to to win this game but you gotta give a compliment to zuma this solid well that were highly aggressive in. Pompeii brought him up in a second golden martinez. But then it's typical by munich. They're gonna come back and they came back they came back. I mean had made some adjustments in the young already in the first time. We've gotta seems like he was injured a little bit and Ease up dow zula wafting by especially alfonzo. Dave is coming in on the left flank. He made a little bit of difference in that post and that made it created chances after chances thing tomas played an outstanding game. The eagle is it an popayan made through a goal. I think overall attaya maybe we would have been a more honest the sold but it's going to be wide open for the second leg even if peres comes away with a win. It's not over yet. I think i'm unique. We'll go to peres next week and give them a real goal and anything can happen there in In perez next week
The Brooklyn Boys Podcast
Ever Had Your Yum Yucked?
"Somebody yuk-mai yum yum. Yuck yeah well it was. It's been going back and forth reading. Em's we move moving on. This is a dm. Oh oh take it up. Let's go so yeah. So yesterday was easter and my family and i got together. We went down to this restaurant in marlboro new jersey. I highly recommended. It's called il. Mito and we did not get a discount. We paid full price and idea or an e e i i l and nito is idea. I believe it means the nest anyway. Tomas nido was a catcher for the mets. Oh get out. Last name nest could be well. He's hispanic so. I don't know if it means something different in spanish than it does an italian well. This guy portal his his food from italy like he knows everybody and this guy knows his stuff. And i gotta tell you. The food was next level. It was worth two fifty minute drive down to route nine over there so so one of the things i posted on. My instagram story was nest black spaghetti with which came with crab green. Chili collaboration chilly book. Targa and pond grotto. Whatever that is it was a beautiful colored dish. And what is jennifer young. Do she gets into my. Dm's and she yuks my young she. She writes. I'm sorry scary. That looks awful. Like worms on a plate away to take the fucking out of my sails. The air out of my tires. So i wrote back to her. It's squid ink pasta okay. You have no idea how great it tasted
AP News Radio
Golden Knights' 3 PP goals spoil Sharks home debut, 3-1
"The golden knights scored three times on the power play this poorly sharks home debut with a three to one win the knights got goals from Jonathan Marchessault mark stone and Chandler Stephenson Marc Andre Fleury was solid in the biggest net making twenty four saves and drawing praise from coach Peter de Boer defensively I thought we were good tonight I thought you know we we kept them away from the front of the net flower made a couple big saves when he needed to be cleaned up a lot of rebounds around our net Tomas Hertl netted the only sharks goal due to culvert nineteen restrictions San Jose was forced to begin the season with twelve straight road games I'm mark Myers
Saving Sea Level Records: What Historical Records Tell Us About The Rising Ocean
"So lauren you sent me a picture of one of these century old title logbooks and it's so cool. It's really detailed. You can see where it says one. Am someone's written thirteen feet one fifteen. Am fourteen feet one inch in this. Really lovely old penmanship tracking tied. Did people really do this. Twenty four hours a day every day of the year they did. They had technology. That actually made it easier though In the late eighteen hundreds they developed an automatic system which had this float that rested on the surface of the water and then fed information to kind of a pen that recorded the movement so then people just had to read off the values and put them into the ledgers and this was done in other places to lake near hillary island. The port of liverpool also has a really long running title record. That makes sense because this was the era of ships rights. Watercraft was the way that people and things got around. Yeah exactly you had a lot of ships going in and out of port and so they were shipping companies. That had to keep track of the tide so it can be done safely two day. Some of those old records are archived at the permanent service for mean sea level which is an organization in the uk that gathers ocean data worldwide Andy matthews a data scientists. There told me the data are pretty reliable. You know most of the time. Those woman over on point is a little hand square school saying they. They sweet because the Tyja for was sick. You get little insights now with him. Everybody needs a sick day right. Of course andy says they're trying to organize a bigger effort to find these records. Because you know since kind of obscure they're hard to find yet but it can be anywhere these kind of things now in libraries from people that we all kaisei done coin. Doug well they are. Yeah this is quite the quest and an even bigger issue. I imagine is that when they find them. The data is still stuck on those pages. Yeah his colleagues scanned about sixteen thousand pages. But the numbers are on the page and they haven't been digitized so they're really not usable by scientists. They're trying to use computers to do it through character recognition. But i mean you saw that writing right. It's kind of like the script and the formats can be really hard to decipher so india's hoping that the public will help he recently put the images on zoom verse. A website and so volunteers can kind of in and and read the numbers. Type them up. I love this approach. I mean we're all bored at home looking for something to do this pandemic so why. Not some historical data as tree right. Yeah i mean data entry for a greater good seriously but to get into the nitty gritty of it. Why exactly is an important to look at data from the eighteen. Hundreds to understand sea level rise today an into the future right. What does that matter. Yeah right. I mean it has to do with how complex sea-level rise is because it's been caused by a number of different things. I mean i. You got glacier's melting temperatures causes them to shrink and that water runs off into the ocean and the same thing is happening in greenland and antarctica. Where there are these massive ice sheets on the land and there's so much is melting in gigi tons tapping increasingly fast. And i know that oceans are also rising because the water itself is warming up and hotter things expand so the water slick taking up more space. Yep you got it and actually. This is kind of cool. Sea level rise did slow down in the nineteen sixties and seventies because that was the era of dam building around the world. When you know when these big reservoirs were being constructed. They held back so much water. It was actually measurable. Ooh that is so strange and it really shows how we humans do impact the oceans. That's like a tangible detail of how quickly we can do that. It's a huge scale. But it's not really a factor anymore because you know dams aren't really being built at the same rate these days got it. Yeah anyway since one thousand nine hundred there's been about eight inches of sea level rise and by the end of this century. We couldn't be looking at three to six feet of sea level rise or even higher depending on how much carbon humans emits but. that's globally. The water is rising at a different pace depending on where you are. Yeah how exactly does that work. Because wouldn't the phil evenly kind of like when you fill a bathtub. And here's where it gets a little weird. The earth is slowly changing slowly getting a different shape lake. You know when you've been sitting on the couch while and you kind of get up and the cushion rebounds like morphs back into its old shape. Yeah not all couches but sure theoretically Well okay that same thing happens to the earth's crust During the last ice age Kind of started waning. Eleven thousand years ago. There was a lot of ice on canada and greenland super heavy and was pushing down the earth's crust since that melted the crust has been slowly rebounding. And that's actually not good for the east coast especially around the mid atlantic region. Because you know it's on the same tectonic plates as canada and greenland and when one side goes up. The other side goes down So what you're saying is where i live on. The east coast is on the lower end of the see-saw basically your thinking about that slowly. I mean the east coast is seen more sea level rise than other parts of the country. And then there's a whole bunch of other things that can cause that to you. Know ocean currencies big things that span hundreds of miles in the ocean. They cost the water on one side of them to be higher on the other side. You know so. Because of currents and gravity the oceans themselves are just kind of lumpy which is why sea level rises different everywhere. I am learning so much right now. You're basically saying is that sea level rise is local essentially and if cities want a plan for this and figure out what an who is at risk they'll need tailor-made information for their location. Yeah that's where these historical records come in. You know they reveal what these geologic processes and ocean conditions are doing in each place right right and i signed us refine their computer models. Which are those high powered ways that we get forecast about climate change. I spoke to scientists. Tomas friedrich's at nasa's jet propulsion laboratory about this and he said local records really matter. If we don't have that information for these see to be like a few feet off the local records of sea level so especially when we try to projects like high water levels of like extremes sea levels that's how we call them It's very difficult to to get an accurate picture of that but there is a big issue with a historical records. They already have almost all of the ones that have been digitized. Come from europe and north america So what you're saying is we gotta find more places. More hillary islands so to speak with historical sea level data all around the world. Yeah and this is a problem across many kinds of climate data. actually the southern hemisphere hasn't been covered as well with things like whether stations and other kind of data collection historically So there's just this big effort to find these historical records outside of europe and the us in argentina. They're working to digitize records from nineteen o five that were taken at the port of raise But to go back farther in some countries it means looking at the records of former colonial powers that took control because when countries like the uk and germany and france extracted. Huge amount of resources from colonies often through force. They did it largely through shipping colonialism stealing and keeping a record of it yeah pretty much so right now in france the national hydrographic service is digitizing these title records from dozens of their former colonies from madagascar vietnam Some of those records though aren't as long running you know they were gathered. As part of geographic mapping or you know to study an area where they were putting in port project. But i spoke to one person who is working with the french to stitch together a longer running record dating back through his country's colonial history marbella unika for seafood unique is from cameroon and he's a phd student in france right. Now he started in german archives. Because that was the colonial power in the late. Eighteen hundreds until france took control so he's gathered the french records as well and then he the cameroon records after it became independent in nineteen sixty. Yeah that's really interesting. Project and just a clear example of how the legacy of colonialism continues to impact science today. Yeah yeah i mean. It's digging through. His legacy is how he's kind of finding these records And there's really only one other long-term record in africa and that's from the car senegal so he knows cameroon could be crucial for improving global climate models But it could also be really helpful for cameroon itself. Nieto's just told me that. The country's largest city douala right on the atlantic coast and estuary and it's extremely vulnerable to flooding already. I'm just last year. There was a huge flood that displays thousands after really heavy rains. So when you add sea level rise to that it just makes the flooding issue worse. So he's hopeful that the historical records he's finding will lead to more detailed forecasts about just how fast the ocean is rising there because twala like other cities needs to start preparing now communities need to decide whether to move out of the way or build some kind of protection and
Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages
The Prince's Magic Mirror
"Princes magic mirror once upon a time in a far away kingdom a prince named told us was looking for a bride and it wasn't going. Well try as he might. The prince couldn't find someone who liked him for him instead. It was an endless parade of young noblewoman. Who wanted to be queen one day and just viewed him as a path to the throne like he was a set of finally carpeted stairs instead of a whole person with a whole personality. A lot of the suitors assumed. Tomas would be shallow because many princes were shallow. It was a side effect to being raised in a castle. And being given everything you wanted whenever you wanted it when you didn't have to work first things you ended up not really appreciating them. Luckily for him. tomas wasn't like that. Though his parents the wise old king and queen had done everything in their power to make sure their son was a good kind well rounded person. From the time he was little he would spend time with all the workers of the castle. He mended clothes with the taylor's and beat them clean with the washers. He pulled onions with the gardeners and then turned them into soup with the chefs. He learned to swing a sword with the nights and how to tell a joke from the jesters his favourite though were the horses. He was forever at the stables learning to ride when he was young and then taking his favorite stallion out for races through the woods when he was older as a result the prince was young but wise. Tough but fair and strong but gentle. Everyone agreed he was going to make a wonderful king because he was already a wonderful young man and he was definitely absolutely no means the sort of whiny shallow prince. You hear about in stories still. The nobles and their daughters thought the worst they would come riding to the castle on horses of snow white and midnight black trailing matching velvet capes and wearing swords all gilded in studded with gemstones. They would present their beautiful daughters with royal heralds who proudly declared their names the daughters were beautiful and richly dressed and quiet. Because that's what they thought prince wanted. It wasn't what tomas wanted though. He wanted a bride. That was bright and funny and kind one that could so her own dresses and race through the moonlit woods on horseback with him so one by one. The noblewoman appeared before him and won. I won the prince turned them down. My don't need your riches or your beauty. Tomas declared one day. I'm looking for love. Not just a pretty face. He thought that would clear things up. But it only made it worse. The nobles and their daughters still came but now instead of approaching on their finest horses all draped with silks and treasurer. They would come with guitars and books of poems. The girls would sing romantic songs and offer their hands in marriage with flowery declarations that lasted for hours and ended up saying nothing at all. It was clear that none of them meant a word. They said they were still just trying to use him to be queen so one by one they appeared and one by one. The prince turned them down. I hate all of this. He said one day to his barber. A kindly man named miguel. The barber cut his hair and the queens and kept the king's beard neat but he was also one of the wisest man in the kingdom and people were always coming to him for advice. I can see why. Miguel replied these brides to be are no good and seek your father's throne you are looking for love and they only see a kingdom. Well what can i do. Tomas said i wanna find someone but now they're all pretending to love me and it's even worse than when they thought i wanted someone beautiful and quiet. I want someone interesting. Someone funny someone who could really love me. He side tilting his head for miguel to snip around his neck. How do i find real love. It's like trying to find a teardrop in a stormy sea the barber thought while he snipped and styled the prince's hair of course tomas had spent some time working for him and knew how to do it himself but they both prefer to let miguel do it so they could chat. I have an idea the barber said though. It's a little strange. Oh said tomas with a smile. Please tell me. Miguel told him his idea and while it was more than a little strange the prince liked it very much the very next day another noble woman was paraded before him she marched through a grant hall crowded with workers in the castle and people from the nearby town all eager to get a glimpse of who may be the new queen. My fair daring most courageous prince. She said already laying it on thick. I have long loved you from afar. I've seen you riding your warhorse like a gallant night. I've seen you giving food the poor like the very soul of generosity. Truly i know that nothing would make me happier than to be your queen and to love you. Of course she added quickly inside. Tomas rolled his eyes. She'd never seen him before and even if she had she certainly didn't know him well enough to love him instead of justice missing her as he wants would have though. He smiled and clapped his hands very well. Tomas said if you wish to marry me. I have but one request for you. Anything my prince. She said barber he called. Miguel came out holding a bundle wrapped in silks and handed it to the prince as gently as though it were a baby. Tomas unwrapped the silk slowly and pulled out an old hand mirror. This is a magic mirror and it doesn't show the reflection of your face but the reflection of your heart as tomas said this the gathered people gasped and craned their necks to see. If you truly love me then we will only see your beautiful reflection but if you're lying your reflection will be as ugly as your lies and then your face will change to match. Tomas looked at the waiting noblewoman. And smiled but you truly love me as you've said so surely you have no fear of looking in my mirror. The girl had turned white as a sheet. Her hands trembling. I a i forgot i'm I'm actually engaged. Yes that's it. I already have a husband or fiance or whatever. How could i be so forgetful. I'd better get home. He's probably wondering where i am. By and with that the noblewoman turned and fled from the hall.
Monocle 24: The Briefing
The Democratic National Convention Was Virtual
"And we're crossing to the United States. Now for date on the Democratic Party's National Convention this year's event was a virtual affair. Monaco's US election correspondent. Tomas. Lewis stayed up late so you didn't have to. My honor to represent Milwaukee in Congress into kickoff. The Twenty Twenty Democratic convention. Well this first ever totally virtual convention, an opening night of major party's convention. There is certainly a a slightly surreal add proceedings. The reality of watching a speaker on stage in front of a roaring crowd is really quite different to watching a series of speakers speaking directly to you through the camera lens to those viewers sitting at home, and there were some moments of real poignancy. Perhaps the most notable among them were the brothers of George Floyd who spoke about the need to end police brutality and racial injustice in the US. Is the hidden legacy for our brother. Josh should be allowed today Brianna Taylor should be alive today a mart arbor should lose the torture of a man who had voted for Donald Trump but had succumbed to the corona. Virus. The coronavirus has made it clear that there are two Americas. America that Donald Trump lives in and the America that my father died in the human stories as well. Videos posted from voters around the country which I think really effective in fulfilling the slogan of the Democratic Convention, which is we the people and I think that is what Joe Biden's campaign in the Democrats trying to get across in this convention is that this is a party for everyone and this election really is an election of consequence for everyone to no matter who you vote for. The most notable speeches of the evening came first from Bernie Sanders John Hayden's former rival for the presidency. Our campaign ended several months ago. But our movement continues at is getting stronger every day. Many of the ideas we fought for that just a few years ago were considered radical on now mainstream denise sanders have been criticized at the start of the campaign for not really doing much to quell the movie trio lakeside of his support, a pretty unflinching in their criticism. Those who are running against Bernie Sanders. He did quite a lot quite explicitly to try and bridge the gap between the Progressive Side of the Party and the more moderate more centrist side. He said that he was willing to work with anybody with Republicans conservatives, moderate Democrats and progressives to saying that to vote Joe Biden in would be the most crucial part of furthering the progressive. Agenda and he listed some of the policy pints in quite some detail that he said spoke to a progressive agenda but were Joe Biden's policy pilots together we must build a nation that is more equitable, more compassionate and more inclusive. Now, it'd be interesting to see how much sway that will cut with a lot of Bernie Sanders supporters whether the anger they felt in two thousand. Sixteen when he lost the nomination to Hillary Clinton this kind of sense of betrayal they fell to the Democratic Party at having allegedly skewed vote towards Hillary Clinton instead of Bernie. Sanders. We'll see how potent ideas this time around but the final speech of the night came from the former first lady Michelle. Obama really was an extraordinary speech is whenever we look to this White House. For some leadership or consolation or any semblance of steadiness what we get instead is chaos division was sitting presumably in a corner of her home in her living room and the speech really covered a huge range of topics. She she offered a riff on a very famous phrase she gave at the Convention for years ago. A lot of people have asked me when others are going Solo. Does going high still really work. My ass you went on to be explicit about what she meant in that she said that by going hi, it's not just about saying good things were thinking good things that actually have to act. You have to explain you have to debate. You have to be proactive and being engaged with your neighbors and those in your communities and it's really rose to a crescendo being incredibly personal. You know that I tell you exactly what I'm feeling no, I hate politics. But you also know that I care about this nation. I really very effective. It was one of those speeches again, sort of made slightly surreal by the fact that this is a very prominent, very popular person speaking directly to you into your home via the television screen but that actually she managed to pull off this idea that she was I think talking directly to you and that is not something very easy to pull off I. Think it is. A speech that will be cited going forward through the weeks of the campaign by Democratic voters and I. Think it really was the kind of finale if you like of the first night of the democratic. Convention the Democrats were hoping for this is an unprecedented election campaign and a Democratic National Convention like which has never been staged before whether it has the potency when all is said and done. The usual in person conventions whereas the power and the noise of groups voters all gathered together before speakers on the stage remains to be seen but I think there will be much to be taken. The will be positive about the first night of the convention this evening. Tell us. Thank you. That was US election correspondent Thomas Lewis Virtual Convention I imagined Thomas. We'll be tank while virtual work. In. The days and weeks ahead.
"Low fellow photographers Thomas here. I hope you're having a wonderful light these days having fun with your photography and even more importantly producing some images you are proud and happy with today. I would like to share with you. My conversation with one of the photographers. I admire the most and have been following for years. Today's guest is David Duchemin and I am pretty sure you have heard about David before. He's a world and humanitarian assignment photographer. Best selling author of Photography Books Workshop Leader and also a digital publisher. She's the founder of craft envision probably the best digital photography bookstore out there Editor in Chief of Photograph Magazine and contributing columnist to photo life. Enjoy my conversation with David. Duchemin Hello David. I'm I'm thrilled and honored to have you here. I know very well that you're quite busy. Guy Photographer teacher workshop leader. So so just that you know I appreciate it a lot that he decided to take a bit of your valuable time to join me here on the show. Thanks to be your thank you David. Do you remember the the very last photograph you to that? You were very happy with I do actually. And it's it's very recent I've just got back from a sailing trip in northern Canada in an area that we call the great bear rainforest and I have been there before and to be honest. I've done a couple of trips recently and Had Bad luck with weather in bad luck with circumstance and I was just feeling like I needed. I needed a win. You know sometimes you just have to accept that no matter what you're GonNa do in light room or Photoshop. You just photographs aren't doing it. And so I I was on this trip and I was sitting on a rock in the middle of this river waiting for this bear. And we have this this species of bear in on the West Coast and in very particular part of the West Coast of Canada that we call the spirit bear. It's a black bear it's but it's completely white so it looks like a little bit like a little polar bear with very rare very beautiful and I was air in the great bear rainforest to photograph these bears and I had been there a couple years. Previously there was shot. I wanted where the bear was standing on a rock. And they're such beautiful bears and I wanted something. That was a little more interpretive. Not just a little shot of a bear on a rocket thousands of a second so I thought you know if I could slow down my shudder I could get you standing in a stream. So is basically in the middle of a waterfall against the water to do to sort of blur and And it'd be really Nice contrast between the bear and this river. The problem is this bear just kept moving. You know and and I was hoping I was hand holding The equivalent of six hundred millimeters at an eighth of a second and the challenge technology has has advanced so much. The challenge was not me holding my hand. Still I can hold this lens at an eighth of a second. Get a perfectly sharp photograph except the beer kept moving and I was trying and trying and trying and I finally got it. And that's a long way of telling you about these circumstances but the the photograph just it you know you look on the back of the monitoring you just have this feeling that I can't even describing the moment itself with with the bear was unbelievable but that I finally after a couple of years nailed this one photograph in and captured that feeling of being there. It was pretty intoxicating. You just mentioned that. It's kind of difficult to describe. What is what is just about the feeling into kind of intuitive almost like emotional kind of reaction right to your own image. Probably like how would you try to define? What makes a good photograph? What is a good photograph for you? Well for okay. So there's two questions there are what does make a good photograph. And what makes a good photograph for me? I think everyone will have their own answer. There are there are reasons that we all make our own photographs. Things that we want to accomplish but for me. What makes a good photograph is one that engages that connects with people? You know when they look at it. They're not thinking. Oh I wonder what lens he made this with. Or what camera. I wonder what his histogram looked like. Oh my gosh. It's such a sharp photograph. There's something more their their story. There's poetry there's Emotion and mood that kind of thing that human connection where photographs goes a little bit past? The brain connects on a deeper level Not Without the brain but just on that deeper level where you're thinking about it days later or it makes you think a different thing or feel something. I just wanted to connect and you know the kind of photograph. It is will determine how it connects. But it's that connection that is so important to me. I do think because each one of us is constructed a different way we have different emotional structures and different memory is different histories and so on and then we always believed that. I mean those of us who are deep into the photography in Ohio really enjoying living it on a daily basis. We believed at what we feel will connect or connects with us. We'll kind of translate into you. Know we will send this message. Further and hopefully other viewers also connect to the image to the same story. So where do you think? Is this common denominator. Is there something like this? Which is kind of like a common emotional message that we can into image. I would say I would say common but not universal I think that you identified it rightly that we all have different memories and well so for example. This photograph that I made a bear. Some people were will react. with confusion. If they don't know that a white blackberry exists. I think it's a polar bear in Weiser standing in the middle of you know a rain forest Some people maybe that have had experience with a bear that is a deeply negative And have fear about it will feel a different thing about the photograph and someone that has spent time there in that location with maybe even the same bears will have yet another emotional reaction to this so I do think that there can be commonality and then our work will find its own audience. Some just some people just won't resonate with your work at all. They won't understand it. They won't like that's fine but you can't resonate with absolutely everyone but it will find its own audience and for those people. Yes that's those people are the people who feel this common thing about that photograph but even then it's not it's not specifically common is. Just I think in generalities do think Adding description at least titles photographs Mexican cute. Do you add captions and titles to your own images when publishing them. I think context is everything Tomas I think sometimes context can be important for example if I want my work to be put forward or to have a conservation message. I may include that photograph with a story or with a short paragraph. That explains some of the detail or some of the urgency or the statistics that are behind for example. These spirit bears or you know endangered an endangered shark or something. If you're using the photograph in that context yes it would provide more information than the photograph Cam but if you were putting it on a wall or submitting it for consideration for a major awards competition Then the caption would would be less at necessary because the work is stands on its own as as what it is so I think context is everything. Sometimes it's really helpful and understanding and other times it's it's not necessary
Monocle 24: The Briefing
Pete Buttigieg drops out of race for Democratic nomination
"Americans to defeat Donald Trump and to win the era for our values and so we must recognize that at this point in the race the best way to keep faith with those goals and ideals is to step aside and help bring our Party and our country together so tonight I am making the difficult decision to suspend my campaign for the Presidency I will no longer seek to be the twenty twenty Democratic nominee for president but I will do everything in my power to ensure that we have a new democratic president come January two judges voters go now do they go to Michael Bloomberg who has plowed the majority of his campaign funds into soup is cheese day states particularly in television advertising that but who's debate performances have shaken the confidence for many in his campaign. What do they now go to? Joe Biden and boost to campaign which appears to be ascendant again. All do they go to Bernie Sanders? Who still leads the pack going into Super Tuesday tomorrow Democratic voters so far in this psycho have been spots? Perhaps by the choice of candidates before them. But that's made them arguably ideologically malleable in the races. So far Super Tuesday. Then we'll be a contest of contests in many ways and although the field just a little narrower. What will unfold tomorrow on? Super Cheese Day is far from set for Monocle in South Carolina. I'm Tomas News Tom. Thanks very
WSJ The Future of Everything
AI Hiring, Never Retiring: Working in the 21st Century
"Hunting for a new job is one of the resolutions. A lot of folks make starting off the year and many hiring managers have new budgets. And start ramping up recruiting after the holidays slowdown right now the way most people go through that processes not very different from how it was done in the past checking for job postings online sending and cover letters and resumes but with all the data out there about each one of us. What's the future of hiring gonNA look like reporter Hookah shellman found out? It's a New Year for many of us. Time to look for new job your update you're linked in scrappy social media. And then if all goes as well you get an interview hoping to make a first impression but turns out some companies already have very good impression of who you are the amount of information that people have on candidates before they actually arrive to the interview which can freak some people out because the idea of the for instance our digital footprints reputation could be processed and translated into an inside or an inference of your potential or talent more than than it is. Today is quite that creepy in a way. Tomas Chamorro premise is a professor of psychology Columbia University and the chief talent scientists that manpower group. He's not talking about programs. That pre filter resumes linked in for keyboards and skills. This goes much deeper artificial intelligence. This can be used to discern your personality through traces you leave online. And he says that our personalities embedded in almost anything we do for example apple the music that you listen to says a lot about your typical emotional states your personality your level of interest in different things your curiosity leveler intelligence level things like uber or lift ratings say a lot about how cordell agreeable friendly or pleasant you are basically. There's some is if you nice to driver you'll be nice to work with their already. Artificial intelligence based tools that can generate personality profiles from people's linked. It didn't in seconds. So why would we care. Tema says personality and cognitive abilities are becoming more important for employers compared to self-reported skills and work experiences. That's because companies keep changing their business models and they need employees. That could keep up. You really need to accept the fact that if a lot of the the jobs of the future don't exist today. The best thing we can do is not train people for specific hard skills or knowledge areas or expertise but identify if I whether they are likely to be good learners in the future and whether they're adoptable companies could of course use traditional personality. Test ask you might have heard of meyers brakes or disc or the big five you know choosing descriptions like people look up to me. I tend to be a kind person I accept live as it comes. Do you agree or disagree. These tests have been used for decades and most generally accepted as reliable measures of personalities now tech startups have developed algorithms that use artificial intelligence to create a personality analysis instantly without asking any questions like the company crystal analyzes. The words phrases and data points on someone's Lincoln profile and correlates with personality test results from people who have similar similar words phrases and data points. They used a bunch of the tests that we talked about another company. Humanistic used the disappointment and the big five. Both companies are using natural language processing tools. But do they work. We started by running mannix algorithm over Thomas Twitter feed this is you and this is based on your twitter so your analytical cautious deliberate and then we looked at Lincoln using the same companies tool so now you are influential energizing an impulsive in here. You were an analytical cautious and deliberate shortly so I would say more impulsive Paul Save than cautious and deliberate and the two are of the opposite extreme you know so same algorithm very different results for the thing. There is an element. amando throw everything against the wall and see what sticks here okay. So what does the other company crystal say about him. Based on his linked in this is one is better direct assertive and competitive. I think is better than court shows. Delivered speak very directly or bluntly yes stay. Stay focused on one point. Not necessarily I mean I'd like to jump from one to assert yourself with confidence definitely not as spent the last ten years in writing books on how we shouldn't mistake confidence for competent. So please don't assert yourself with confidence. There are trade-offs here right and I the thing that this doesn't seem as accurate as a traditional science based or validated assessment despite these inconsistencies Tomas still things. There's something here but other experts in the hiring field a less forgiving. There's no uh-huh science behind this. There's no real research that supports deriving personality from social media behavior. This is John Scott. He's he's an organizational psychologist bills assessment tools so companies can find the best possible hires. It's something that we can discuss it cocktail parties but I would would never in a million years attempt to derive someone's personality from that and then use that to make predictions beached out to crystalline. Human Tick Kris told told us that there are no independent studies but they're validate their tests internally. They say they ask every user how accurate the predictions are so when Iran Thomas Profile through crystal. The system asked me if it was accurate. She mandich said that the adjectives describing people's personalities in their reports are subjective objective that they could change on the fly and they said you can't judge the accuracy of the system by looking at one profile. They're also disputed. You did that. There are no vigorous. large-scale visas studies on the subject and pointed to a research article comparing computer judgments of personality to human judgments creating personality profiles with the help of. Ai Remains controversial. But John says that technology can help in a different way. He says one of the best ways to predict how well someone will do in a given job is to test them doing their job in a virtual reality simulator. How do you predict future behaviour? You create the future. You place the individual in that future and present them with a variety of challenges and see how they do against those challenges us so imagine instead of having an interview where you talk about how well you can do the job. The employer hands. You had said twenty of right into the deep end. You could take CNN applicant for a CEO save for a an energy company so one possible scenario is that they're holding strategy meeting and everybody in the room gets texts that there it has been a cyber attack on their nuclear plant. What are you going to do? How are you going to face that? And that's not just your stakeholders in your customers. It's the government that gets gets involved in that national security so you could set up a press conference have the individual present their ideas on how they're going to manage this John says this virtual virtual job simulation could be automatically scored by an algorithm just like video game. Technology could work for any job though you could see how you can scale back to new entry level jobs as well providing different sorts of challenges associated with their roles in immersive simulation kind of a way and and John says the tech wouldn't have to stop their companies could combine. The are based headsets with wearable technology. which could record a job? Candidates biometric metric data nervous and you hardest basing they had set would be able to detect that those sweaty palms registered eye contact measurable and all of that data about things citing stress. You feel will be used to assess how well you suited for the job. Since most of us have very control over our bodies we actions. This idea seems pretty controversial. A simple rule in my view is if the criteria or riveria bowls or fuck doors. You are trying to use for your decision whether to hire someone or not are completely out of somebody's control. It's probably not ethical. You get into areas where it may start to feel more like a medical test and you cannot use a medical test at the front door. For Selection election purposes an Illinois law takes effect this month requiring companies to notify job. Candidates may use AI based video interview tools And legislation mandating companies to inspect their algorithms for bias is under consideration in Congress so eventually lawsuits relations could put put the brakes on this new world of artificial intelligence and hiring
The Guilty Feminist
Sex Worker Rights with Alison Spittle and guests Miranda Kane and Niki Adams
"I'm a feminist but being in the changing room at Yoga when pregnancy yoga comes out is an object silence for me because to me they look like handmaid's because they don't talk the very pregnant and I've got excellent posture there's just a sense of godliness to them it's the yoga that's Donna don't get me wrong I should have that wanted the end to your warmed up the one at the end again because I think you're gonNA find it's really funny and creepy and judgmental I'm a feminist Bush I watched it a violent there's more I watched the Oh I didn't because I like to psychologically assess people while being low key aroused at the same time it is it's going to admit it also I think like I love people watching a Vita interesting I love People Watch true crime because you watch true crime and you're like what would I do in this situation would I escaped being murdered but I watched the light into go how do I not give John from Brighton the hand job the Go-to the pool how do I I'm a feminist bond I try not to judge people who watch la violence because I know I know that seventy bright feminists women love it and I'm actually on a level and what HAP- group which there's a lot of laws on that WHATSAPP group but deep down a China watch a few episodes every now and again just to keep up with what's up shop but when it's over I'm like thank God I love the group and the Group tends to stay little buoyant between La violence it'd be one since the group started buck honestly there's a part of me that just goes what are these people seeing everyone says all but it's great because it allows people to talk about gas lighting yes because you're witnessing live gaslight batstone coach reason that's like saying all we've put live homicide on the television and because it's really bringing the question of homicide to the four but you provoking it but a lot of women now look at that and go I don't got to happen to me but you've made it happen and now you're saying so women realize it shouldn't happen but you've made it happen Catholic women that watch levion this is not a very real way I feel like I am the gas lighter I am the one saying you don't have to watch this going to have to participate in this yeah I do watch it to learn about gaslight but also if there is a hunch up the added bonus I'll say them I just like watching a do vague overshadowed very quickly I'm just like Ooh I wanNA give myself to be honest someone else do it I'd rather watch wouldn't do it yeah yeah I'm not GonNa do it back for nineteen minutes support the person that this to me it's watching that how clean is your house show I don't clean my what someone else cleaned their Lou end of story turn over Little Bit Madman yes all watch that man in very well suits women appreciating those men it's wrong I see that I also guess lip Gina who standing in for Tomas Brussels cocktails on eighteen and I've a feminist but I have this desire to say I don't normally drink at work lack I deserve metal I'm aware that most of you don't drink at work but medians do so I feel very proud of myself saying I never drink before work or at work I'd like my if you're an x ray here radiographer was like I virtues at work to assure you tonight your justice is Captain John Sylvester. We're about to take off I just head on she does the exhibit differently I'm GonNa sip it very slowly your the quality of your beyond minded anyway oh she's nuts uh-huh that's basically undoing nice no I support you I am a feminist Bush like using misogynous swear words and I'm trying to stop so like Beach Yeah Oh it's so progressive sometimes I just WanNa go what's up bitches yeah you you shouldn't so I really liked the word motherfucker insist that can ice love it sounds like a jelly fucker jovial swear right that's not very nice about moments you know so I thought of thinking of a different word to describe motherfucker as trucker fucker dice gender-neutral this well you know truckers can be men or women and but I've come through proper word for it now it's called Matt and that's mom partner Max motherfucker the listen to you work no do you think sorry do you think mash a trucker from the middle of iron and listens to the guilty feminists see we could change who's your progenitor neutral I went to university every Christmas every night we would give the boys an episode of the Philippi show and the flip show was about it was he was reading a forerunner of House doc shaggy dog puppet he was washed up detective he was dictated to painkillers. How old were these kids there was an evil nemesis the anti was called Hedberg because he was German and Tom used to do his voice and be lying Filipi I've been expecting you please come in I have made a muffins and as it developed on it was clear that head bail was gay and very much in love with flew p so you could say very positive gay characters but I look back on this now and initials on show the puppets hide you're right yeah they probably welcome thank you there we go retrospective even making stuff woke that's what we should do everything then I think you'll find the eighteen was quite a great feminist attacks