35 Burst results for "Two Lines"

Realtor George Tremis on How to Select The Right Team Members

The No Limits Selling Podcast

02:32 min | 4 months ago

Realtor George Tremis on How to Select The Right Team Members

"Now you've got people working with you in your team so tell me about How you select people. And what are you seeing. Someone that gives you a sense. They're gonna work out while. I think the first most important thing is is understanding one if they're good fit for the team in terms of our philosophy how we operate a we engage with our clients on engaged in the industry as for second line. Is you know that. Like i wanna make sure that the right fit. But how do you actually figure that out. It's a good question. I think is just about engaging with somebody one on one and seeing what their interests are there. Philosophies are their mindset you know we have some commonalities so for example if i told you Td jakes or less brown. You know maybe those names ring a bell with you. I'll go with more mainstream. Light tony robbins. So if you're somebody who who follows throws wants to personally develop. Ma none of that personal development dreadfully. You know that if your personal development neither his name's they'll know it right away exactly exactly right. So i figured that. There's some commonality there in terms of philosophy in mindset which is super important. I find that whether it's the brokerage or the team we have a very definitive mindset. And we're we're like in our thinking and how we approach business for the most part and the other thing too is. I'm looking for work ethic. Is well because nothing works if you don't work it so we all strive to top performers on the team so if somebody's not looking to be a top performer whether their engagement part-time or full-time than i don't know if it would fit with the vibe in the culture of the team that makes perfect sense tell me about dough name names but tell me about one of the people you brought on board and you're looking at them and going good good good good good. This is an area. They need to improve in how you got them to actually improve area. Interesting question I think the most prevalent area where people can improve is typically revert to his cold calling. Which i don't like to call cold calling but rather prospect colleagues so no call should be outright cold whether it's referral whether something generated through social media whether you you sent out communications before actually picking up the phone. I find that entire process. The entire philosophy is where most people have a lot of potential improvement. And where i find. I engage with my team to a great degree. Right just right from the opening of a call or or you know. The expression people always tend to talk themselves out of the sale. They just talk and talk and talk

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"two lines" Discussed on Risky Business

Risky Business

05:18 min | 4 months ago

"two lines" Discussed on Risky Business

"The all rewrite so oftentimes links are slipping through militias links without the euro rewrite supply and what the is doing these essentially analyzing all of those that the navy militias. If i'm not a very nice addition a an organization our customers are full specs considers when they do any kind of volition with us already during the period this is by far the most complete sort of applied security technology. That i've seen come out of amre right. You guys have been sponsoring this show for quite a while. And initially it was like the sandbox analyzer. And you know we're going to do some things and it's going to be interesting and this is the first thing i can point to that i can say is really sort of like a complete enterprise product. Where else do you go from here. What else you got on the road map. So releasing imatra defender or email was actually just the first step and as our overarching story is providing advanced protection to the organization am from. Here we will be expanding. The solution. also tackled different protocols and channels so email is one but they're also collaborative in yom replication. So that we will need to compliment as are offering we. We already about share point. So i'm talking about child porn to dropbox all the. I figured so these these kinds of web occasions the are seen advance effects trying to tech adventure advantage and exploited these channel to deliberate malicious failure. And in addition to that we already have a product in betta that integrate as i mentioned before i came up with gift with us and and we will continue to release other ways to degrade our core platform performed performs analysis of files emails and bought a house to other security. M m solutions already the organization. And so we're not trying to replace the gateway or informants agents and so on but we will provide more and more ways to integrate out the eulogy what organization hence and that's basically our story. Yeah we're focusing on the most how to detect threats and then adding the supplement to what you already him and we will hopefully even on the crisis in moldova. We've become a billion so customers. We've basically by one solution to providing coverage against so many different areas. All right oriana stands that if listeners would like to particularly ones using our three six five because there's that integration. It's really easy to set. You're able to offer them some free trials and maybe show them some stuff that's slipping through their fancy e five protected mailboxes. Is that right. Yeah we call this the threat assessment. If program where customers was picked can immeasurable. You know ten minutes even gration Literally just yet connected to the microscope. Deal to make the i. We will be providing an assessment to what is going into sleeping through. And it's always exciting to see you know because this is where you see your product Resulting i mean. Clearly stuff is getting through if this is your sales pitch right which please please let us hook into your environment and show you the book of horace usa fries. I mean really the and and am amount of threats. Leaking through is always something to on on one hand. I'm not agreement. I don't want to be happy for every organization facing these these threats. I mean he got the Into to know that you have in your bills safe emails just reaching your n points and and really hoped to help organization solve this problem once in parole and am i look forward now we. We're the current plans timber. Two to see how this will be accepted by the new markets. Were known all right. Well oriole cohen. Thank you so much for joining us to talk through all of that. I really do find it very interesting. What you guys are doing. Because as i say be as a company that started with just a single very well developed tool and now trying to turn that into an applied Security enterprise security company. That's a hell of a challenge. And i wish you all the best with it. She shares many things that was real colin of the m right in talking about the company's email security product email threat. Defend a big thanks to him. Full of that and that he's eat full visa in you can check out van riot. Vm right dot com. That's b. m. a. y. dot com. I'll be back in a couple of days with another weekly episode. Until then i've been thanks for

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"two lines" Discussed on Risky Business

Risky Business

03:42 min | 4 months ago

"two lines" Discussed on Risky Business

"That there is a mismatch and then to the fact that this is actually malicious code run and i mean look. This is really you know. It's funny that. I kept dragging you back to talking about the sandbox. But i guess what you're really saying is that what you guys are doing is really a blend of a whole bunch of different things. Which is everything from reputation scoring to some sort of active scanning in the case of the fishing. And yeah i mean it's a whole bunch of different stuff isn't it. It's a whole bunch of stuff but again the overarching story. This were always trying to affect the whole stretch. That are very hard to meet convention pools and we're not trying to focus on these eighty percent of threats that anyway. Anyway you'll be detecting with now. Reali- understand one thing that you're very kind of shout from the rooftops is that you're doing this this detection. A ton of delivery on stuff like fishing. Why is that significant so for a security offering that wants to supplement what they're going to station's already have the one of the of the biggest challenges we've seen is that malicious phishing links are sleeping through reaching the point the user the end user and sometimes in some cases. Indeed there is a. you'll rewrite. That's the places the league. So when they only when the use of clicks on it the georgia solution in doing what is called time will click announces older to detect. The is malicious in. What we've seen is there a lot of faryyal say holes in in this approach. Am i not trying to apply this approach. We think it's definitely feasible and shuba men but we are providing a very unique way to complement supplement. This luck be called time delivery analysis. And what we do we are actually detonating those links even before they're reaching the end user and vile lucan The links and understanding and making decisions on the euro string on the domain etcetera links may be malicious..

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"two lines" Discussed on Risky Business

Risky Business

04:03 min | 4 months ago

"two lines" Discussed on Risky Business

"System anything's designed to detect eventual harvesting pages in other fishing techniques for example when a user is is being an yep trick to follow some am somehow links and so on we actually we actually had a link to it in the shine nights for this podcast but we did do a chat with costume from one of your about the fishing stuff. I think that was like maybe last year but it was. Yeah it is interesting right because there's clearly some good ideas in there now. You mentioned that you can have these multiple target environments. Is it up to the customer then to decide watch coverage they want do they say well we want anything coming in being evaluated against these targeted environments or is that sort of done automatically by your stuff is done automatically and that's it clean water. Customers request is for us to biden. No the best in class protection in without linton lane with this too much..

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"two lines" Discussed on Risky Business

Risky Business

04:58 min | 4 months ago

"two lines" Discussed on Risky Business

"Even targeting. Specific graphic location. And that's one of the issues right trying to do dynamic analysis at a central location when your cloud provider is quite often. They'll lock the you know if it's someone who's really out to get you might even lock the pilot to far from certain. Ip's or download our only make certain parts of the pilot. Downloadable i pay and things like that and just complete the picture. I think that the secret sauce of what he brings Main and the table is the same challenges facing over the less of years. Since the company was founded the emory started we started the company and emory was formed to provide a better way for the top notch securities. Trying to see through mobster and threats runtime and understand how to better analyze those spritz and healthy get better visibility to these fritz so if the core of of them risk technology is the ability to make threats reveal their their behavior doesn't method which environments. They're trying to run doesn't matter reach organizations. They're doug it we really have the technology make them expose their their true and behavior and over the last couple of years. We've been position in this technology that was designed or does vary offense securities. You realize how will also fits in the security gelman where these challenges we saw the same challenges in ya also being faced by and the it team trying to perfect it uses. It's funny because when you look at the history of this sort of stuff right like the first company to make a whole bunch of money out of sandboxes you know it'd have to be fire. And for a while. They kinda earned the email security space and it was great technology until people started evading. It right like they started optimizing their evasion techniques to slide. Pass that thing and it became less useful so everybody then stampeded to the cloud services and saying well. You know these these. These companies have the benefit of scale and for a while yet..

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Kids Are Using Soda to Fake Positive COVID Tests

Kottke Ride Home

02:05 min | 4 months ago

Kids Are Using Soda to Fake Positive COVID Tests

"Kids in england are using soda and juice to fake positive cova tests so that they can get out of class just another example of kids applying their genius in excellent if not quite productive ways. Mark larcher professor of science communication in chemistry at the university of whole decided figure out. Why exactly this works. His you know apart from kids may be skewing. Some of the data and causing unnecessary alarm about outbreaks of their schools. It is potentially concerning that something like coca cola. Could trip the tests. I you should know that these are lateral flow tests. Lsat's in the states they're more commonly referred to simply as rapid tests as opposed to the pc are tests. That can take a few days to hear back at some cases. They're handed out for people to test themselves at home. They function a bit like pregnancy tests with two lines appearing on the device to indicate the presence of the virus. But of course. You're using a swab from your nose or throat. not you know. Pe- lords explains how the tests normally work in the conversation quotes. If you open up an elephant device you'll find a strip of paper like material called nitro cellulose and a small red pad hidden under the plastic casing below. The tea line absorbed to the red pad are antibodies that bind the cove in nineteen virus. They are also attached. To the gold nanoparticles. Tiny particles of gold actually appear red which allow us to see where the antibodies are on the device. When you do a test you mix your sample with liquid buffer solution ensuring the sample stays at an optimum ph before dropping it on the strip the fluid wicks up the nitra cellular strip and picks up the golden antibodies the latter also bind the virus if present further up the strip to the t. For test are more. Antibodies that bind the virus. These antibodies are not free to move. They're stuck to the nitro cellulose as the red smear of gold labeled. Antibodies passed the second set of antibodies. These also grab hold of the virus. The viruses then bound to both sets of antibodies. Leaving everything including the gold immobilized on a line. Next to the t. On the device indicating a positive

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"two lines" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

03:57 min | 4 months ago

"two lines" Discussed on World Cafe

"Hair. All came full circle dumber shar today on road cafe. The last song we're going to hear you perform is jacuzzi. You tell us before we hear it. Yeah this is about drip. This is about about having your best drip in any size any shape any color. Anybody you want. It's about taking your sexuality your beauty especially during this time of pride doing this era of the queer community and how beautiful you can love and be. This is about loving your own skin. Whatever it is. Whatever you're in and drip into the full that drip has to be its best and this is a celebration of that so for a moment of celebrating new being who you wanna be this jacuzzi. Dreams missing known showing bilas better win venice on china. China bird is if you sniff. China-made is big letters. Men say my name from your japan you put him ahead be with the with the bay. You just heard don roche hour performing jacuzzi for world. Cafe it's from her latest album. Second line donnas with my guest today. Thank you so much for having me and welcome to the electoral bible. I love it here. I'm marina doris. Thanks for listening to world cafe from npr..

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"two lines" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

08:42 min | 4 months ago

"two lines" Discussed on World Cafe

"Now going to him on his buddy cruising around. No he's so good. I'm cooking toes with new laws. That don't know take take every time you about what you know you'll remember this. You go you go you go you go. Don't you go you go you go you go busy you remember you go that she. You remember you betcha you Other asian people on on you local blueprint and as big as long no hands. No as it say amount of it. There and i got skips everybody all nine. Then i'll run in the street. Run the street lights. Oh ahead of losing the street and run in. Streetlight never too. Many people jay's not on netflix craving fut- is level. Always a little will be too many again but mill creek for the past everybody. St street run never more time losing flights street. Every industry light ahead of time. Morning streetlights recorded live for world cafe by my guest today. Don rashard that songs from her new album second line and electro revival. We've been talking a bit about blending old and new the past the future. So let's just quickly talk about. Danny cain because danny cain came out of an mtv reality show called making the band. Here's what they sound like. That was a bit of showstopper from vanity. canes two thousand six title debut. You auditioned for making the band. You literally made the band which on the surface might sound like a dream come true How close was the actual experience to what you expected when you were going into it at the beginning and my dad because he had been in a band and he had rough times. I was aware that music industry would be hard. I didn't expect to be a woman and deal with the amount of misogyny. And the level of disrespect that we encountered. I wasn't aware that it would be that bad. And i also wasn't aware that i didn't we wouldn't have supporters black women to say. Wear your hair natural. It's okay if you you know you can wear your hair curly. It's okay you look beautiful than this. You can be a black woman and being a part of a multi racial group and be in the front. You don't have to be on the side. There was just a level of like they would be like because you are multi. Racial put the latino girl in the middle. Put the two white girls right here and then the black girls there was like this level of light. Weird like synergy like it has to look like this so that nobody gets offended and nobody thinks that way but that was how it was being presented to us like a marketing tool right instead of an actual band and because we were multiracial and they hadn't had a lot of multiracial spice girls kind of really popular. But we were they were. They had no idea how to really facilitate having that right so we were kind of like the black girls put over here. We gotta make sure we got. It was just really weird. But i think there were beautiful moments. I never would have been able to be a part of something. I've got to name the group vanity. Cain was a character joe in high school. Who would've thought it'd become a household name that people still talk about for a kid like me. That huge like when the hannity cain. What did the character that you look like. She has red hair. I swear like he was. I had a thing about jean grey. I love jean grey and x. men. So like i made her this blacker with like a red flaming hair. She was bad like totally total total back and she was like all in leather. She had his muscles superhero girl. It was really quick. Because i love anime at the time so she looked like this. Really cool animate superhero grow. Red fire phoenix air. rock bands. Growing up i thought it'd be really cool for fab girl group to have a name that was similar to like who think or green day or like. I thought it'd be my why why i take it. So seriously and be queen love no like make it something really cool never would have thought a geek like me that name a nerd would name of an anime become this really cool name that that still lives today so like i got a really cool deal out of it even with the bad stuff. I'm super grateful. And just if you're listening to this you can't see but don rashard has red.

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"two lines" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

06:29 min | 4 months ago

"two lines" Discussed on World Cafe

"Rashard my guest today. It's latest album second line. Some of the people who are listening right now might be familiar with the area in new orleans where you grew up the lower ninth ward because of the news because it was devastated in hurricane katrina. But what do you remember. What are your memories of growing up in the lower ninth ward before katrina being raised by an entire village community like being a part of a dancing school that my mom own that literally. All the entire neighborhood went to cultures music. My dad playing in the church same reiterated. He's still pleased there to this day. He came back from katrina and the received him back so like him being the director of that church and everyone knowing the recharge name my grandfather being a part of the zulu club playing with fats. Domino my dad playing gigs. All over the city. Chocolate milk his ban from the seventies. Yeah that's what i remember. Is this like you know our name and what we invite my brother going to one of the most popular high school saint augustine this the one of the biggest marching bands known in the history of high school culture. Like new august. Just that yeah and just being a part of that and knowing that you know if you are if your last name a certain thing or if your father went to say all gear all your entire meeting your family went to that school. If all of the women went to saint. mary's everybody like that. Kind of level of like tradition tradition and debutantes and making your debut in society and things like that that was real. It's a very southern culture. A southern tradition. That really resonated to me and i grew up in in the middle of it speaking with don rashard today on world cafe so your family has these these deep deep roots in new orleans in the neighborhood where you came up and then everything changed when katrina hit. You're in your twenty s when that happened. What was that experience like for you. Yeah wasn't even in my twenty s. I was nineteen actually had literally. I was a senior in high in college. I was going to you know. And i i i literally was on a television show so i was nineteen. I was doing making the ban. And puff daddy had sent us home. Which was a tv. Show a reality tv show to make a girl group. He had picked the final twelve and then told us all to go home so three weeks home katrina happened so i was homeless in the matter of like three days. I lost everything and i had this opportunity but no home to sleep in right. We had no clue when they were going to call us back to new york so at that time i couldn't even think about being on television i didn't even care about being a part of a television show at that point. We were living in a car. So i watched my parents who worked for you know everything that they had. They went from nothing to being able to. You know being teachers and having their master's degree they worked really hard to to put my brother and i to prestigious schools and really work hard for us to be more and they lost everything and i watched them try to figure it out. We were living with three pairs of with clothes that last navy three days we lost our birth certificates lost home loss everyday. My mom lost a dancing school. Everything and we had no place to go so that was that was an interesting dynamic. Because i always see my parents figure it out and at the age of nineteen. I had no idea what i was going to do. Or where we were going to live in either that my parents it's world cafe. I'm speaking with don rashard. Your mother debbie. Does she a crater. On this there are for people who haven't heard the whole album. There are audio recordings of the two of you having conversations on here. I'm going to play a clip of one right before the song morning. Streetlights you ask her about falling in love. How many times have you been one time. One time your father. The only time i've ever been being. When did you make those recordings that we hear on the record ovid. I went home to help my mom. She's getting a knee replacement and i went. I was going to be heard of nurse are home harris and we were stuck together and if anyone knows what a month was was supposed to be a month and it turned into cove it it turned into a year and i realize the conversation we were having was so at ino- my mom beyond her being a mother. We forget that our parents were people in young once before and she would tell me these things like i didn't know that about. I didn't know my mom. You know left new iberia at the age of two. I didn't know that her father was abusive. I didn't know that you know. Chart view of love was so passionate for my father. My mom and my dad met when you were fifteen and they've been together ever since of the levels of that they will each other's i and explains the tenacity of my passion right. It explains why. I'm so aggressive with the love of music because my mind was aggressive in her love of life. We're going to hear you perform. The song comes directly after that little conversation. We just heard between you and your mother. The song morning streetlights. Maybe you can talk about how that bit of dialogue is connected to the song. Yeah i think Monastery life speeds to the dynamic of past and future right money. Streetlight sonically has a very old school. Orrin be field in. It speaks to my mom's love right this fifteen year. Old girl in the fifties where segregation was still real where my mom edda drink from a different waterfowl and then my dad well because he was dark skin. She couldn't have the same day because my mom was fair. Mama's makes in so they had turbulence being what they were and i thought that was interesting that they loved each other beyond it and so mourning mourning. The record speaks to that traditional sound and making arm be and then st like speaks to my love of music in the tenacity and the future. And how i see love in the future the possibilities of what it could be so the via the electronic sound bleeds and you see those past and future blend in to become one full song so this is a street lights..

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"two lines" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

03:09 min | 4 months ago

"two lines" Discussed on World Cafe

"Don rashard with a performance recorded live for world cafe that was boomerang is from her latest album and to dive into that album. I'm joined by don herself. Donner chard welcome to the world cafe. Thanks for having me in this kathy. I'm excited it's so great to have you so excited to talk about this album. It's called the second line an electro revival that's the full title. A second line is a cultural custom in new orleans. You grew up in new orleans. Traditionally i what is a second line. What does that mean. yes in new orleans. We celebrate death differently. A home going but it also is a celebration of legacy and a lot of times. A social clubs will have a four to five brass band. They'll take the casket from the church or whatever the funeral is residing and then take it to the streets and the ban will play and as people hear it they have the ability to join in and dance and do footwork and celebrate the legacy of someone who has lived a beautiful life in one liens and so i thought it'd be really cool to name the album mad because i only where we're going to a pandemic but also because i feel like there is a death to the old idea of what an artist is the. There's an evolution that has happened a birth of female black women in the electronic music and dance as producers. There is different genres where we need to appreciate. Women and people of color in in those aspects and the independent artists has become something more and so we are having a celebration to the death of that but also to to bring people and show them that in a pandemic. You can dance and have a parade whether it's in your home on the streets wherever you are. I'm gonna play some of the first single that you released from the album earlier this year. The song busted for me. May maybe you could talk about how you brought all of those things together in this one. Yeah even the title right. New orleans has a play on accents and the way we like to think about giacomo fee nine. Am and and i go. I go and all these really like mardi gras and carnival. Titles that new orleans just already. Has we play with accents. And titles and busted from me speaks to that right. We don't stay busted for me. You know we take the words and smash them together so bus. If i may speaks to the foot work that we do in a second line when you think about music. We don't have rules about how you dance. It's what feels good. It's almost like praise and worship arts catching the holy ghost. I put that against the inspiration behind house and dance. Music and bus is what you get so this kind of celebration of footwork in dance. That's what this is. Let's hear it this bus for me. It's done rashard on world. Cafe is what we do. We do it the debate. That was a bit of bus.

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"two lines" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

03:04 min | 4 months ago

"two lines" Discussed on World Cafe

"This message comes from b. o. T. m. media with bottom of the map. A podcast featuring passionate commentary on southern hip hop from dr regina in bradley and music journalist christina lee available where you get your podcasts or at bottom of the map dot media this is world cafe. I'm raina doris growing up in new orleans shaped my guest. Today don rashar. She grew up there in the lower ninth ward of the city surrounded by music including that of her father. A musician who had a funk band called chocolate milk then as a teenager she was on. Mtv's reality talent. Show making the band where she formed the group. Danny cain but early on in her time on that show. Hurricane katrina devastated. That home city. She loved so much. Now don rashar is shaping a new vision of new orleans and celebrating the music and culture of that city as well as her own freedom as a solo artist with her latest album. Second line don tells her story and performs live today beginning with the song. Boomerang iraq the body.

Lightning's Alex Killorn Ruled Out of Game 3 of Stanley Cup Final

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

00:20 sec | 5 months ago

Lightning's Alex Killorn Ruled Out of Game 3 of Stanley Cup Final

"Lightning. You're gonna have to use the same lineup that they use in Game two, which means Alex Killorn is going to miss a second straight game. He is considered day to day, but John Cooper said earlier today he's unable to go tonight. So in his place, we're going to see Matthew Joseph make a second straight appearance and will also likely see Tyler Johnson back up on that second line and Alex Colorants place and

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Coming of Age During the AIDS Crisis

Making Gay History

01:52 min | 5 months ago

Coming of Age During the AIDS Crisis

"It was the first notice that we had a rare cancer seeing among male homosexuals. There was call eight. Concrete group man was pepsi's sarcoma rear cancer forty one homosexual we would tell nick died of cat scratch fever which does not kill you. You know it's just not possible. He died before they knew what they walked knowing. They're all running around and going. We don't understand. this is all about. He got sick in Eighty and he died generation team of eighty one. We didn't know then that this zaid's but it was aids even when we found out in eighty one. It was much bigger than we thought. I felt so strongly that that would have been a page one story. If it'd been anybody else getting when. I thought on the new york times i was scared of times covers. It has to be real. It's july third nineteen eighty-one and i'm reading the new york times over breakfast. Cheerios and low fat milk sliced banana. Doug is still asleep. He's my best friend from college. Not an early riser. We're renting a tiny apartment for the summer in hell's kitchen a few blocks west of manhattan's theater district. I'd say the neighborhood is rough around the edges but it isn't just the edges page twenty of the paper. A thin single column story running down the left hand side catches my eye at the top. Two lines bowl type rare cancer seen in forty one homosexuals. A shiver runs up my spine to me. Where gay men. But the editors of the new york times are still insisting in nineteen ninety-one that we can only be referred to as homosexuals some say homosexuals forty-one homosexuals in an often rapidly. Fatal form of cancer kaposi's sarcoma.

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Alzheimer’s Drug Likely to Be FDA Approved Despite Potential Risks

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

Alzheimer’s Drug Likely to Be FDA Approved Despite Potential Risks

"Drug is reasonably likely to result in a clinical benefit and granted approval. Despite potential risks. NBC's Brian Clark with details The FDA s decision to grant accelerated approval to Biogen's new Alzheimer's drug is a historic first in the fight against the disease. It's not a cure. It's not a panacea, but it is a first line treatment that that does look at the underlying cause of the disease. Dr. Joanne Pike, the chief strategist of the Alzheimer's association, points out Alzheimer's remains a fatal disease. We have to have a first line treatment before we can get to a second line or a third line, Dr Pike says. This requires the health care system do prioritize Early detection. Brian Clark ABC News The Department of Justice

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Why It's Hard to Do the Things That Are Good for You.

SoberSoul Recovery: Addiction, Sobriety, and Beyond!

01:35 min | 6 months ago

Why It's Hard to Do the Things That Are Good for You.

"Every day in my in frankly in my day to day life i talked to people. We talk about learning new things. We talk about south care. We talk about sleep and exercise and eating and parenting and friend. Meaning all the good stuff of life at the core of our conversations. There seems to be this question in here it is. Why do we struggle so much to do the things that are really good for us can. That's what we're going to talk about today as with many of our problems. Personal or otherwise. This is not new back in the time of aristotle. This was an issue as well. good old. aristotle and other philosophers waxed on about why we have trouble putting into practice. What we read what we learn what we observe my personal favorite line that i use is not wayne is not doing. We're not human. Knowing we are human beings that was two lines what aristotle and the many wise men and women that came after him and likely before him didn't have access to was knowledge about our brains. We have that

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Taylor Hall Shows Flashes in his First Game With the Bruins

Poke the Bear

02:53 min | 8 months ago

Taylor Hall Shows Flashes in his First Game With the Bruins

"Did you think of Taylor Hall? Yeah, I think if you're a few of the problems you have to be encouraged as what you saw home. It's kind of interesting after the game. He saw a few like National people kind of reactive like I guess I forget who was if someone up in Canada that was like, well you saw from a game the Bruins have the works out for them with Kayla Hall like guys not confident really going to build his confidence back up which I mean he's he's admitted that but he needs to build his game back up, but I don't know how he saw anything from it off. They give you like a red flag of like all this guy's really fighting the puck. I mean, it's his first game with the new team hasn't played in ten days. People forget about the guy was literally was on the it was held out of games wage earning a new system. So, you know, I don't know people are expecting him to to score a hat-trick in his first game, but you know, I think he started off a little slow. I think he had to kind of adjust the new life mate said like kind of a bad turn over that kind of that spin around pass it went to a sabre instead of a brewing so like yes a little tentative at at this. But I think it's a game went on he got more comfortable. I think where you really kind of noticed him especially was transition wise very very kind of assertive and smooth to the neutral zone. Got a lot of an easy. Everybody was able to manufacture a lot of pretty clean Zone entries, which is usually been an issue for this team terms of kind of getting that momentum back. So I think especially moving phone number Against maybe more physical teams like the Islanders or the capitals where they really trying to, you know, have you in your Zone? Haven't got like Hall who can't support a guy like McAvoy or a Grizzly look and get the puck-moving. I think it'd be a big a big difference maker in terms of helping out that group. So I think if you're the Bruins as the the first step I think of to be encouraged it wasn't, you know, I don't get the month of drawbacks and people saying that you know, he he look like he was you know out of it or or anything like that like he was shooting off the rust seemed like he was fitting pretty well with Craig Smith and Dave G granted like Craig Smith might be scoring on a newline you put them on right now you guys just on fire so which is good news for the Bruins, right that gives them an actual finish on that line, but I think it's be encouraging. I think maybe that one thing people were concerned about, you know, there's the The Narrative about until hell not playing winning lucky or being a dog because he was on some bootleg teams, but I think his attention to details as the game went on we're pretty good. I mean That could that checking effort to really break up that last chance Buffalo hat and over time, you know, he was engaged on the other end of the ice or the thing is encouraging. So I think for a first step really know how you have to be discouraged by what you saw because the chances were there, right? He wasn't burying them. He supposed to work on a little bit but as a first kind of audition seemed like he did pretty well in that second line.

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Protests Persist In Myanmar Even As The Military Tightens Its Grip On Power

The World

06:49 min | 10 months ago

Protests Persist In Myanmar Even As The Military Tightens Its Grip On Power

"Saying they'll hand over authority to whomever wins. What they're not saying, though, is when that election will happen. Huge protests are still happening across me and marred by day and by night when police come to neighborhood searching for protesters to arrest Residents turn out banging pots and pans. Many people just want their democracy back. But Myanmar's ethnic minorities say this uprising needs to go much further as the world's Patrick win reports When Stella Naw was a little girl going to school in the hilly northern part of Myanmar, she learned all about the greatness of the Burmese, the country's dominant ethnic group. She learned about their ancient kings, how they built Golden temples and had mighty armies. That was fine. But what about her ethnic group, the kitchen with more than a million people, mostly living in the mountains? Well, the textbooks didn't say much about them at all about the kitchen people with about two lines. We were just learning as we were learning about some people who were extinct, already not totally extinct, the school, said. The kitchen where farmers who like to do this neat dance Stella says that was about it. We were nothing more than some cute people with not much history. This is how the country's military rulers who are all ethnically Burmese tend to see minorities as people who should just assimilate. Get out of the way. But in Myanmar more than a third of all people are minorities groups such as the Sean Kitchen Corin kn mon, wiry, kind Chen Rohingya. It is a very diverse place yet the army has been trying to colonize their indigenous lands for decades. Often brutally even blasting villages with fighter jets. I asked Elena, who is now a political writer and activist how her people the kitchen tend to feel about the army. Disgust, fear they feel disgust set off the military for all the human rights abuses that they have committed against the community members. Two weeks ago, when the general sees total power in a coup rolling tanks through major cities, including the Heartland where most Burmese people live, Stella gnaw and other minorities were like Yeah, looks familiar. I even have someone asking me how do you feel to lose their freedom? All of us sudden, like I never felt like we had the freedom to begin where, right? Myanmar is now in the throes of a huge uprising at people's uprising, with doctors and students and factory work per person. Strike everyday people standing up the tanks and riot cops and rarely has the whole country. All the racial groups been united United in anger at the military. For Stella. Naw, it feels pivotal, like okay, now, maybe we're all on the same page. This is an opportunity, maybe to help them understand a bit, but also, we can really hope and expect too much because they are so focused on releasing freeing often Sergi Aung San Suu cheat the most popular political leader in the country ever. Especially among the Burmese majority. She's backed by the US and for the past five years on sense, UCI has shared power with the Army until the coup That was the status quo. What many minorities are now telling their Burmese brothers and sisters is let's fight for a real democracy because that status quo For many, it was miserable. It's a village on fire the village once home to Rohingya Muslims following an army purge about three years ago. The army has violently driven more than one million Rohingya out of the country. Years. Nay Sandlin, a Rohingya activist, You know military is the one who committed the genocide against the Rohingya. So we have no reason to support this military coup. But he does say that for his people. The coup doesn't change much. Many already live under an apartheid like system. For example, most Rohingya can't vote. And, yes, he says, some Rohingya refugees did enjoy seeing on Sans Souci get ousted after all on San Souci did go to The Hague in 2019 to defend the army against charges of genocide. Niece. Unwin says that celebrating was just a knee jerk reaction. We informed them. This is not the right way to enjoy detention off society. We have to support the public movement, even if we don't want to support heart or the whole party. They take the long view. He says that the army will never change its ways. But maybe in the future elected officials might begin to stick up for the Romanian. So now in refugee camps, you can hear this growing in survivors of genocide, beating pots and pans in solidarity with Burmese protesters. Nation. Lin is even seeing Burmese people who never stood up for the Rohingya saying Sorry we should have done something they realized their cruelty off this military. And they have the sympathy for us. But like Stella, non, he knows racism won't just go away overnight. This racism is deeply rooted in the country, so it will take a lot of time to change. Only they don't have time. This mass resistance is happening now. And Stellan Aw says it needs to become a more inclusive fight, not just for democracy, but to get the army off. Minorities backs once and for all. That's what brings kitchen people out on the streets in her hometown machina. You see fewer protest signs about Aung San Souci, and more that say, Abolish the Constitution basically overhaul the entire system. But this is how security forces responded to that. Over the weekend, Paul getting a boat, a barrage of rubber bullet, Maybe some real bullets seemingly fired in the air. No confirmed casualties That's from a Facebook live stream. But the army keeps blocking the Internet nationwide, in part to keep the world from seeing these crackdowns. What's clear is that resistance is becoming very dangerous for everyone. That's why Stella Naw says the only solution is to stick together, so we need to work together for this country to work and not become a failed nation, which is already on the way Myanmar's minority groups know quite well, she says that this army will not back down easily. For the world. I'm Patrick Win. Francis Cyber Security Agency says several French entities have been breached in a hacking campaign. They say the G R U

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Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine may help reduce transmission, developers say

John and Ken on Demand

03:50 min | 10 months ago

Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine may help reduce transmission, developers say

"The vaccine front the astrazeneca. We don't talk much about that vaccine. Well says here. John in britain is one from oxford. John has the russian one the sputnik v and. I got that in the lobby months ago. That's why i've been so healthy. It's twice comes to work every day and sits in that disgusting room. It's where drop it in there. What kind of droplets is there's nobody here. Well janssen here. They're both in their before. Yeah garrison here. I think the morning people some of them were in there. Yeah but handle isn't right but the other people are anyway. First of all this is i. Think a bit of a misconception. That people have about some of the vaccines. I don't know that you do john a lot of them. Are there to prevent you from falling seriously ill right not contracting cove. But from seriously ill from it. That's supposed to be because it's supposed to spur your immune system Now they think the astra zeneca vaccine and this was a question that came up months ago. We were talking about this. It's possible that it does not. It reduces transmission of the virus so in other words if you've been given the astra zeneca covid nineteen vaccine number. One you may not fall seriously ill and it's possible you may not pass it on and they believe even after a single dose you can get pretty strong protection for at least three months just from one dose so maybe i'm lining up for that one if i can. We don't have that. That sounds like it's a good what you know what i read this week. I think we've talked about this on the air but They were talking about side effects like a friend of mine got the first dose and he said the next day felt very slightly dinged. He said it was like having one extra glass of wine. That kind of thing a little tired and it went away but Works is. Is you get the antibodies building up after the first injection. And maybe you get a mild side effect the next day. Maybe you don't but if you take the second dose they're finding that people are more likely to get the side effects like if you're going to get them that's when you might get a temporary fever in the i'm also hearing from reading and the reason for this is the first dose creates. The original set of antibodies right. The second dose wakes up the backup system. The second line of defense known as the t. cells. They they show up to kill if a virus gets past the first line of defense the second line of defense wipes out the virus so with the second dose the second line of defense. The t. cells are going wait a second. Did we kill these people a month ago and so they go crazy because they're having a much stronger reaction to because they don't understand why we've all we've already memorized the genetic code here. We've already identified this enemy. We always already dispatched the enemy. What what are they doing back. So that's why you have worse side effects and The the the side effects are actually sign that the vaccines working. It's a good thing to have side effects beings now your immune system is fully stimulated and fighting the invader even though it's a fake invader your system thinks it's a real invader because when you get sick. The symptoms are from your immune system reacting to the invader so embrace the side effects.

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How Many Angles are in a Circle?

Breaking Math Podcast

01:51 min | 11 months ago

How Many Angles are in a Circle?

"I don't quite recall what the specific question was started the conversation but at one point the question was asked do circles have zero angles or do they have an infinite amount of angles. These students were allowed to think about it and then discuss it. Following basic rules of discussion. I found this question fascinating and again. I don't remember where it came from it. Just it was brought up in the natural flow of this conversation now. I do want to specify that by angles We can also call it points as well. Of course a point would be where two lines intersect at any. You know degree. Well i think Like specifically of definitely. What you mean is like because an angled gingras between the three points or the intersection between two lines. Right cry and point is just where they intersect. So you could see every point on the circle as having an angle. Because there's a line going into and out of that now it was cool is is again. This conversation was with middle school students. And we're not grading for mathematical rigor or even necessarily correctness for just grading on pursue on participation. The discussion followed. Like so you can start off with a single point. And then you can add another point with which you can make a line between the two points. You can add a third point and you'd get a triangle. A fourth point would create a square. And you can keep adding points in this general shape and again. I realize we discussed this on previous episodes. But it's worth bringing up again you. Can you know add eight points and create an octagon essentially you can add n points and create an n cited shape that that that essentially approaches a circle. So the argument could be made that a circle has infinite angles infinite

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Tethering and hotspots for your Apple devices

Mac Minutes

06:51 min | 11 months ago

Tethering and hotspots for your Apple devices

"None of the alternatives for connecting to the internet at home are perfect. So i'll tell you the advantages and disadvantages of each to allow a wiser choice. Depending on your circumstances the two primary ways i would recommend our tethering and using hotspots tethering is the use of your cell phone to act as a modem a hot spot is a separate device which allows users to hook up to the internet. Generally both use a cellular signal. I have experienced using to cellular local hotspot providers and have experienced with another international provider. My experience with thoughtspot start with house giving a presentation which required a video dialogue with a colleague using the internet. I quickly found that the conference center. Who provided the internet head of slow internet speed causing consistent digital latency not a real positive indicator of professionalism for my presentation especially talking about tech so i tried tethering my phone which was better but not perfect but it got me through the presentation later that day. I checked internet speed using the speed test application. Which gives you the upload and download data speeds. You can find these applications in the app store or online. I knew of hot spots. But this is when i became interested between tethering and hot spots i wondered which is faster and best for me. Mobile hotspots were faster in my testing and more reliable. The prices vary although if you sign an annual contract the prices free or minimal otherwise you can expect to pay around one hundred and fifty dollars. Us an advantage of using a hotspot especially infringe locations is if you have a residence where the receptionist like many places in alaska you can place the hot spot at the optimal signal location. Where your cell phone would not be convenient another plus as you can add multiple users with no disturbance to your cellular calling another advantage in hotspots also tend to support more devices and more security options than hotspot made on your phone. Most phones can link up to five devices. Hotspots can handle ten or more with support also a hot spot last longer than it cell phone tethering hotspot mode on your ios device or tethering is one of the most battery intensive things. You can do almost guaranteeing that. You'll be looking for a charger or battery in a few hours. Dedicated hot spots on the other hand often have enough life to run all day. Long using hotspot means never draining your battery just because you needed to get some work done. Some providers will drop the tethering when a call is taking place to help you make a choice between the two. Let me offer you some advice if you are frequently taking your device around town or for travelling you probably should get a hotspot. If your mac booker stays home the majority of time tethering may be the best choice. The drawback of a hot spot is it's another piece of equipment. You must carry. I've seen many and all are about the size of a deck of cards. Some have additional features such as data usage monitoring and an external battery outlet and additional. Drawback is that. There is a monthly fee from your carrier. Depending on how much data you use usually starting around fifteen dollars. Us this could be mitigated as a second line i use for my hotspot is part of a bundle package saving me money overall additionally after we get over this covert pandemic if your business trips take you a broad grabbing an international hotspot can save you from wrecking up costly roaming fees. I used the one. From a company named skyrocketing where i pay daily fee nine dollars for unlimited data usage. The occasionally offer sales to for me. Mobile hotspots became part of my routine equipment. Let's now look at third and likely your worst option. I'll give you a couple of tips to make it somewhat safer. I want to stress. Connecting to the internet at a store or motel is full of security risks some from the provider and those who may be visiting it is my least favorite. Although advantages is usually free using it with your devices that have personal information can put you in a vulnerable place. There are multiple ways. People can remotely access your data from the simple shoulder surfing too complex. Sniffing hackers can siphon data introduced phishing scams to full you into logging into a fake website or install militia software referred to as mel where which normally contains computer viruses. I would be hard pressed to recommend accessing the internet through this method so if you must use public wifi provider. Here are some tips. I would recommend you take to protect yourself. The first is to turn off sharing. Normally we share files use accessories or even have a remote bogging another safety. Measure is to use hypertext. Transfer protocol usually referred to as https h. t. t. p. s. colon slash slash normally starts at the beginning of the internet addressed during using the https colon slash slash is significantly more secure of just the h. T. t. p. colon slash slash that provides a level of encryption and secure identification of a network web server. There's one additional safeguard. Although not foolproof is the use of vpn or virtual private network they allow users to put a network between them and the website there visiting this permits isolation so the site visit will not see your computer they will see the vpn network. Not all sites will allow the use of vpn's such as banks or other sites where identity verification is a priority. The fans are not all created equally. And i'll discuss the different options in a separate podcast.

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Tethering and hotspots for your Apple devices

Mac Minutes

06:51 min | 11 months ago

Tethering and hotspots for your Apple devices

"None of the alternatives for connecting to the internet at home are perfect. So i'll tell you the advantages and disadvantages of each to allow a wiser choice. Depending on your circumstances the two primary ways i would recommend our tethering and using hotspots tethering is the use of your cell phone to act as a modem a hot spot is a separate device which allows users to hook up to the internet. Generally both use a cellular signal. I have experienced using to cellular local hotspot providers and have experienced with another international provider. My experience with thoughtspot start with house giving a presentation which required a video dialogue with a colleague using the internet. I quickly found that the conference center. Who provided the internet head of slow internet speed causing consistent digital latency not a real positive indicator of professionalism for my presentation especially talking about tech so i tried tethering my phone which was better but not perfect but it got me through the presentation later that day. I checked internet speed using the speed test application. Which gives you the upload and download data speeds. You can find these applications in the app store or online. I knew of hot spots. But this is when i became interested between tethering and hot spots i wondered which is faster and best for me. Mobile hotspots were faster in my testing and more reliable. The prices vary although if you sign an annual contract the prices free or minimal otherwise you can expect to pay around one hundred and fifty dollars. Us an advantage of using a hotspot especially infringe locations is if you have a residence where the receptionist like many places in alaska you can place the hot spot at the optimal signal location. Where your cell phone would not be convenient another plus as you can add multiple users with no disturbance to your cellular calling another advantage in hotspots also tend to support more devices and more security options than hotspot made on your phone. Most phones can link up to five devices. Hotspots can handle ten or more with support also a hot spot last longer than it cell phone tethering hotspot mode on your ios device or tethering is one of the most battery intensive things. You can do almost guaranteeing that. You'll be looking for a charger or battery in a few hours. Dedicated hot spots on the other hand often have enough life to run all day. Long using hotspot means never draining your battery just because you needed to get some work done. Some providers will drop the tethering when a call is taking place to help you make a choice between the two. Let me offer you some advice if you are frequently taking your device around town or for travelling you probably should get a hotspot. If your mac booker stays home the majority of time tethering may be the best choice. The drawback of a hot spot is it's another piece of equipment. You must carry. I've seen many and all are about the size of a deck of cards. Some have additional features such as data usage monitoring and an external battery outlet and additional. Drawback is that. There is a monthly fee from your carrier. Depending on how much data you use usually starting around fifteen dollars. Us this could be mitigated as a second line i use for my hotspot is part of a bundle package saving me money overall additionally after we get over this covert pandemic if your business trips take you a broad grabbing an international hotspot can save you from wrecking up costly roaming fees. I used the one. From a company named skyrocketing where i pay daily fee nine dollars for unlimited data usage. The occasionally offer sales to for me. Mobile hotspots became part of my routine equipment. Let's now look at third and likely your worst option. I'll give you a couple of tips to make it somewhat safer. I want to stress. Connecting to the internet at a store or motel is full of security risks some from the provider and those who may be visiting it is my least favorite. Although advantages is usually free using it with your devices that have personal information can put you in a vulnerable place. There are multiple ways. People can remotely access your data from the simple shoulder surfing too complex. Sniffing hackers can siphon data introduced phishing scams to full you into logging into a fake website or install militia software referred to as mel where which normally contains computer viruses. I would be hard pressed to recommend accessing the internet through this method so if you must use public wifi provider. Here are some tips. I would recommend you take to protect yourself. The first is to turn off sharing. Normally we share files use accessories or even have a remote bogging another safety. Measure is to use hypertext. Transfer protocol usually referred to as https h. t. t. p. s. colon slash slash normally starts at the beginning of the internet addressed during using the https colon slash slash is significantly more secure of just the h. T. t. p. colon slash slash that provides a level of encryption and secure identification of a network web server. There's one additional safeguard. Although not foolproof is the use of vpn or virtual private network they allow users to put a network between them and the website there visiting this permits isolation so the site visit will not see your computer they will see the vpn network. Not all sites will allow the use of vpn's such as banks or other sites where identity verification is a priority. The fans are not all created equally. And i'll discuss the different options in a separate podcast.

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people

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

people

"Australia is starting the new year with the change in its National Lampoon Agyness Australians it said the amp and did not reflect them and their history prime minister Scott Morrison said the country is a timeless land of ancient First Nations people the stories of more than three hundred national registries and language groups as good as a stress and now if the man should reflect that the second line of the anthem advance Australia fair has been changed from for we are young and three to four we are one and three I've already been charged by the strong response from the side truck was the country indigenous non indigenous people of all different backgrounds minister for indigenous Australians can why it says the one word change in the anthem is small in nature but significant in purpose I met Donahue

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ASH 2020 Update

Breaking Biotech

05:21 min | 1 year ago

ASH 2020 Update

"So. I'm excited we back and we have a lot to get into and the reason for this is that we heard a number of from the american society for hematology conference. That just took place a couple of weeks ago. So we're going to talk about updates from trillium therapeutics tgi therapeutics actinium. Pharma and i wanna do a little bit of a follow on to my video about anna back with regards to their parkinson's disease data so we're going to touch on all of this stuff and Overall is a pretty interesting conference from some of the data. Updates that i saw of course i'm just going to focus on the companies that i'm interested in but then i'm gonna follow it up with a few other updates that we saw that led to huge increases in in their stock price. So have a lot to get into. So i'm just going to get right into it. And i think before we talk about the company's specifically i did just wanna talk a little bit about non-hodgkin's lymphoma and the reason for this is that to companies trillium in focus a lot on this disease and i just want everybody to be up to speed. So i've talked about non-hodgkin's lymphoma in the past. And i showed like a version of this slide. But i've included a few like prices of previously approved drugs for these diseases just so that we all have a bit more context on what we can expect in terms of a proper valuation for the companies. So just we all understand. Non-hodgkin's lymphoma characterizes a group of malignant lymphocytes cancers. These are known as he malignancies and lymphocytes as we know at their b or t cells and these are part of the adaptive immune system. They collect mutations such that they can grow and then deposit in different areas of your body leading to non lymphoma so they're characterized based on where the lymphocytes and of depositing also whether or not they're indolent or aggressive so the inland version are very slow growing. And they're not always emergency such that they don't need to be treated necessarily immediately but they need to be monitored so the decision to treat with any of the different treatments that event lined here is really up to the doctor themself. Now when it comes to aggressive versions of non hodgkin's lymphoma there's obviously more of a drive to treat and to get rid of this cancer because it's leading to significant side effects on the patient so just to give a little bit more context here the prevalence of non hodgkin's lymphoma and this is the all of them. So i'm just including all of them in this calculation it's around twenty cases per one hundred thousand adults and this is around seventy seven thousand patients in the usa per year so it's a significant patient population treatments out there. That exist are pretty numerous. Though so there's chemotherapies immune therapies targeted therapies. And then i also put radiation stem cell transplants. And then just to give a little bit of a description on the different one. So for indolent non hodgkin's lymphoma. Cdl small lymphocytic leukemia lymphoma marginal zone. Lymphoma cutaneous t. cell lymphoma so that would be on the skin now. All of these cancers have been aggressive version. So if the indolent version gets more aggressive it would turn into these types of cancers that include p tcl deal mantle cell lymphoma or burkitt lymphoma. So keep all that in mind. And i did just wanna put here. So i'm showing a chart from various corporate presentation on Talk about them but just to sort of frame What we can expect in terms of objective response rate of what we want some of the approved drugs already. They hit ours in the range of twenty to thirty percent and then the drugs that verizon was looking at they did a little bit better. But when we're looking at whether or not therapy is is good or bad. You need a reference to compare it to so depending on where they are in terms of the line of treatment. They're looking at and the mechanism of action in the side effects. If they can garner in objective response rate of twenty thirty percent in general that is seen as decent or approvable at least for the fda now it comes to price this is also pretty critical because when we're looking at understanding the total value or potential value of a company. We really have to look at the potential addressable market so drugs that have originally like longtime ago been approved for different types of non hodgkin's lymphoma reduction was one of the original ones and right now it's approved for first line non-hodgkin's lymphoma and i didn't get into the details because they do specific indications but generally a course of this treatment for four months costs around thirty nine thousand dollars so that's kind of the the floor and then there's another one here that's approved for second line or greater see. Tcl cost around twenty nine thousand per month in this zelina but then this can go all the way up to. Yes carta which is approved for third-liner deal as a gilead drug and the cost for that is three hundred seventy three thousand dollars per treatment course so there's a big range and the total addressable market for the entirety of non hodgkin's lymphoma is around three point two billion dollars. So you have to think of all of the approved therapies that are out there and if companies are going to try and get drugs on the market you know how much of that three point two billion are. They going to be able to get for their specific drug.

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There's no way to move PS5 games off the SSD

ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast

06:01 min | 1 year ago

There's no way to move PS5 games off the SSD

"See what we discuss first. Let's just go down the list for ps five. So i do want to say if you are somebody who is easily offended please. Just don't stick around. Because i that's not how i work and i get it that we have people that come into the channel for these guys and who maybe are accustomed to the way i talk which is like a lot of jockstrap humor and shit. But i'm not going to sit here and lie to you about any system or at least what i consider lies just going to tell you exactly what i think of them. And what. I what i like dislike and that doesn't mean you will feel the same way. It's just exactly what i think about these things. So just wanna prepare people. Because i said this in the video my thoughts are very divergent. Compared to a lot of other people and i'm not saying they're wrong and i'm not saying i'm right but i'm almost saying that and i do. I wanna talk about this and see if you guys believe a couple of things that were seen is just what we've seen in the past in reflection of hyperbole or if i'm wrong so we'll begin first thing i'm gonna talk about you. Get this system. Ps five we're going to talk about for secret ps five. I'm going to do a video on this if you don't wanna be spoiled about the ps five. Looks like which would be weird. You can wait for the video but we're going to talk about this. I get this thing home. And first of all i just have to say man. I don't care what anybody says. It's fucking ugly the. Ps five is horrendous. It's like a kid who worth fire. Bridgeton could ruin at a router company and then watch lord of the rings like ten times in a. That's just the way it is. Do i care no. I don't care at all. it's it's funny. We can tease it. But i played the dreamcast played. The game cube game cube was a fucking cube. Like that's all it was. It's not these things for an artistic representation. I don't want it to look like a flower bouquet. So i got this thing at home and i opened up massive. It's ugly as fuck. It's got these huge gulf wing kind of things off the top. And i gotta tell you. It doesn't look good no matter where i put it in my house anywhere i. It was bad enough that my wife was looking at it and just being like damn son that is fucking ugly and my wife is. She married me like she's used. She's accustomed right. You're talking to somebody who wakes up in the morning. Fuck and goes into. My boxer takes his pissed. She's had to see that she's had to see ugly. She seen in probably lived through the sins of man just by knowing for a year and even she looks at this fucking thing. And it's like god damn. Can you hide it so i have hit it. That is not a ding on the. Ps five. i don't care. Because i don't think the. Ps four or the ps three. George foreman grill edition. Looked fucking awesome right and the xbox original with its sort of boxing look wasn't necessarily You know awesome so you get this thing home you look at it. You got usb on the front. You have the on the back usb on the fronts usb see as well as which is nice to have a ac- that's where you plug in your dax which by the way people were wondering if digital audio or digital analog converters work. I've plugged in a couple and the have worked on the. Ps five guess on the ps four Was a little little heggie so those worked so you get this thing home you plug it in transferring your old. Ps four stuff to your. Ps is definitely a little bit more cumbersome than the xbox so i don't know why but they have a lot of and this is something you'll see in the overall they have a lot of nested and bouncing menus where you're like over here then you're all the way over here that kind of stuff but got it set up and i moved my stuff over. And it's like you can take your ps four hard-drive plug it into your ps five. And i'm like that's awesome. I plug it in. My aren't showing games are showing saves. Aren't showing. I realize the only way to transfer it the way i want to is to plug it back into the. Ps four sign into that use gamertag. Then plug it into the ps five then. Transfer the stuff that. Ps five then go back to the ps four then plug it in then reload the other gamertag so some some of mine which have nda's on him some of my Games i have to play on a particular gamertag. That's like you know. Just jargon right it's like not me. It's not when i share with these guys because you'll be playing an nba game. That was a little rough. I got it figured out but it was just a little bit weird and just a word of warning man. Don't throw your. Ps four hard drive on your ps five and like reformatted or something because you might reformat another profile that's got some saves on there that you might wanna try transfer over but you get it up and running you look at this and i gotta say man. We've seen this you i. We've seen the videos. It's just a you. I don't care again it's just you i but it's not it's not great it is also missing some things like themes and stuff which i thought was weird because that was a big thing for sony. Those are missing currently But it's it's overall about the same really. I mean like you go up and then it's the same thing you see on the ps four. Your tiles right. The only thing is is they've now got two lines of like they've basically got two lines of tiles. You've got your top tiles and then when you open up game you've got your bottom tiles which includes a thing called a switcher which somebody else's mentioned so i don't want to talk about because i don't there's some stuff we can't cover right now but it allows for you to switch between games not quick resume by the way there's no such thing jumping in there playing it using that. Ui stuff you've seen. It's pretty much what it is if you like that kind of stuff that's great if you don't you're not gonna be able to get away from it but i just don't see a lot of people i don't know about you guys. I don't spend a lot of people in the. Us like a lot of time in the us. It's not something that i'm gonna. I'm gonna fred over so getting this all set up and going i another thing. It's cool to the touch like it's it's pretty much like the ps or like the xbox series. I saw some people say in both were overheating or both were hot and i saw some video. 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T-Mobile, Verizon match rival AT&T with their own free iPhone 12 offers

Mac OS Ken

02:15 min | 1 year ago

T-Mobile, Verizon match rival AT&T with their own free iPhone 12 offers

"You know who believes in the iphone Five G. Super Cycle. Verizon and at and T. apparently. Bloomberg ran a report Wednesday saying that those two carriers and giving away free iphone twelve's. To customers who sign up for unlimited plans and trade in old phones. I had free and quotes by the way. Caveats upon t for the free phones according to Bloomberg the free offer see they don't have it in quotes. The free offer is available on these seven, hundred, ninety, nine dollars I phone twelve but not on the six, ninety, nine, many the nine, ninety, nine, pro or the ten, ninety, nine bucks according to the carriers. While all of the companies require a qualifying trade-in device and unlimited plan at and T.. V. iphones to both new and existing customers. Verizon has only offering free iphones to new customers. Existing bryson customers can get new iphone for fifteen dollars a month if they qualify. T. Mobile. The nation's only other top tier carriers since the merger was sprint. T. Mobile is also offering a promotion. Bloomberg says big Fuchsia as offering to iphone twelve pros for one hundred dollars each to new customers with trade ends. Gets also selling the new iphone half off with the train then. Not. Sure why Bloomberg didn't talk about the t mobile contract because boy howdy, there is one. The UN carrier sight says get to iphone twelve pro devices and two lines of unlimited five G. Data for one hundred dollars a month by a monthly bill credits. And it's for well qualified customers. If you cancel, you have to pay out the rest of the cost of the phones and for an UN carrier. They sound fairly carrier don't they I really enjoyed paying no attention to the carriers for the past couple of years. GonNa, Miss that. Anyway, carriers C. iphone Five G. pulling people at.

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Boeing 787 Dreamliner Production To Move

Airplane Geeks Podcast

05:22 min | 1 year ago

Boeing 787 Dreamliner Production To Move

"Boeing move all seven eight, seven dreamliner production to South Carolina. Well, Boeing made the decision we talked about previously all assembly of the seven eight seven dreamliner will be consolidated in South Carolina this ends production of the seventy, eight seven or will in Washington. State. The Detroit? News reports that Seattle based commercial airplanes. CEO Stand Deal said the move to consolidate the work in North Charleston South. Carolina will be done by mid twenty, twenty one according to our best estimate. I guess this is a decision that's kind of not unexpected mid twenty twenty one sounds pretty quick to me Yeah I mean but I I WANNA make sure I've got this right. Was It south Charleston North Carolina or was it the other way round? Oh. So so south North North Charleston South Carolina. Okay. I think I've got that. Okay. Right now it's I don't think it was unexpected at all I mean and actually Not even just now I mean, Boeing has wanted you know since the time they open that place in South Carolina's nonunion shop I mean I think the the the people at the head shed have been looking just itching for ways to. To move as much production there as they can because they don't want to deal with the with the unions. And there's some manufacturing issues as well as we've said, the after mid few slows sections of the dreamliner assembled in North Charleston in those sections get airlifted on the dream lifter cargo plane for for Washington. State. But the seventy eight, seven, Dash Ten, mid fuselage is too long to fit inside the dream lifter. So there's no way to get it to Washington state. So you've gotTa have some. final assembly in. You. Got Me doing it. In In South Carolina. if you WANNA do the DASH ten. What happens in South Carolina? By I'm starting to know. There is that logistical issue. There's no doubt about that but of course they they've known about that for quite a long time that it was coming. I don't. Personally I. Think they just said this is a great time because WHO's going to really give us any Gulf because we're so involved with so many other things and everybody hates Boeing right now. Anyway. Well I. Think. The whole seven, three, seven. Max. debacle has has helped move it in this direction elated announced back in April that they were gonNA produce production to ten planes a month. Now, they're down to six planes a month, and you know with low production volumes just doesn't make sense to have two lines open. The the big issue is is probably will cost around one thousand jobs in Washington, which is. Really really unfortunate. So yeah, I mean the whole the whole Boeing thing just continues to you know have A. Backlash in you know different areas affecting more and more people. I. Wonder if they'll off they Boeing will offer to provide relocation assistance for the The Washington. State employees. That was my first thought. Then I started thinking well, you know maybe the volume is so low now and looks like we'll be for a that they don't need. The move may be any of the Washington workforce down to South Carolina. Yep. That's my guess in the if they do need people is probably you know very few that they they need. Maybe, a few specialists you really think they want to move union labor from Washington to South Carolina. I I was just GonNa. Say Dark and cynical. I don't think the Union House? How would that work? I? Mean you can't have. A shop that's part union in part nods when there's no contract down there now Charleston. So you have to all be nine union. So I mean, if there was a movie, if somebody did choose to move if they were offered that I would assume, they would have to give up their union membership and become non union employees like the others chur and who's going to do that I mean I, think the job I if it's a matter of keeping your job and losing it, maybe I think people are realistic but. I, don't think there's any intention of Boeing moving anybody. You know probably the and and and the other thing is it doesn't matter because the culture as far as. Issues with the systems in south. Carolina. Are just as bad. There's dreamliner issues. As well as all of the Washington issues. So it's not like Boeing's culture in that division is any better than Boeing's culture in Washington right now. They're they're screwed up across the board with the possible exception of St Louis. But that's really not bowing that's mcdonnell-douglas so.

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A Conversation With Big Freedia

Unladylike

04:05 min | 1 year ago

A Conversation With Big Freedia

"Ri Babies, alright alright calm down. We talked to free and her five dogs from her home in New Orleans chef. So that's the five babies honey read offense. -Ation Yan. Say Royal and Farrell four girls and one boy and there are a hot mess right now 'cause they in heat. It is some stuff going on in here I'M READY TO WHIP ALL MED. Dig To grew up in public housing in the city's third ward and was super close with her family and neighbors as a kid free to pitched in with her mom's hairdressing business helped her aunt Organiz second line parades and saying in her Church's Gospel Choir every Sunday when she was in middle school in the early nineties, a new genre called bounce was starting to pop off in her neighborhood. It sounded like hip hop mixed with New Orleans brass band beats, and Mardi Gras parade chance. was planted like at the you know in our community and it was planted at the block parts at like the middle school dances and baby you hear that beat come on, you'll hit booming. You'll hear that trigger male. Brown. Cheeky Black Party was MAPA give because everybody getting hype an people starting to go crazy all the girls thought in the running these thought notorious though I'm getting excited like I'm saying it right now my leg was shaking my hands are moving because I'm featuring bill. You know I'm I have my hands on a flow in my feet on the wall and I'm upside down like shaking and. When you heard it is just with like infectious everybody just started to spray and we were just. In on rhythm in an hour own motion. Caroline, my legs were shaking right now to and. Not. Even they're not even those. Same So when Frieda was around twenty in the late nineties, her longtime friend Katie read emerged as the first trans bounce rapper and basically became the godmother of the genre and watching Katie. Read on stage really changed fritos life. Lock them. Why? Pay Him. Why We were friends before she started doing the music. And to see her. First doing the music our so. Happy and so excited because it's like damn my friend doing this. You know what I'm saying and she the first Gaiger in new. Orleans, like this is big. This is a part of history. This is you know this is a tone Saturday it was the thought of something new and fresh for her and us as friends and Orleans and. It was like an incredible moment like I'm just glad to be a part of that moment. fritos started helping Katie out dancing backup for her and helping her in the studio. Eventually she started performing herself using a nickname of friend had given her big. Frida. I was just like I gotTa have a face name that these girls is not gonNA forget I want to do something different. You know that everybody was doing. You know we had already we had Katie Ray we have Vaccari do I say, well, what's GonNa make me stay out different from them. So I when I do my stage introduction I was say this the one and only big the queen diva the either your best up on leave and the crowd would just go crazy and if you owe. Her name. Lucy. She created diva the. Believe. The late Nike.

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"two lines" Discussed on Bruins Beat

Bruins Beat

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"two lines" Discussed on Bruins Beat

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"two lines" Discussed on Bruins Beat

Bruins Beat

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"two lines" Discussed on Bruins Beat

"See just how that leads, but I feel like mostly seems you're GonNa you know again is going to be a longer. Adjustment period and until they kind of get all that chemistry going again. It's GonNa be simple hockey. Physical hockey and you know is going to be a lot of scrums and stuff like. Being very much like that capitals game, or it's like right then again that one kind of went off the rails right after the game was furniture out to reach I. Feel like at this point. It's going to be islands. Which is you know? Trade some punches and see where it goes. Because you know all these teams just starting from square one right now, so it's funny. You mentioned coil with Richie and corral what a difference! A YEAR MAKES! Last year Hainan and Johanneson to very skilled la- busy left wingers. And then you go to Nick Ritchie. Sean Rally Two guys who are not big skill guys, but more sort of physical, both can actually get it on the offensive side, but also this week has its podcast released every Tuesday so in the next week? This is the first time. In this will sense March. This podcast is had games to talk about potentially. A game Thursday and we have a game. On Monday against the flyers are not Monday. That's I'm getting all the dates mixed up. It would be Sunday. Sunday, Sunday, the second, so the exhibition game. I'm interested to see sort of how cassie rolls out the lines. I don't think that's going to be the end all be all for lines. I don't think the playoffs. Wise I think there should be constant changing but the interesting at prospect is having a lock Rask both play that game. It's blue jackets, is there any chance plays round robin? I think so I I think you know obviously the the focus on Iran Robin is to. Try To. The number one see, but I feel like. If you know, maybe you're the Bruins or any of those teams I. Think the priorities just getting back up to speed you finding a way. The lines best fit and guys you know. Ready to roll, so it wouldn't surprise me if even in like that especially that Philly game at first game if you know they have. You know maybe galette on onset one of those games. You know I I. Don't think they're going to go. You know all out in those three games. The really get them really rolling giving. It's going to be a lot of still experimenting with the Line Out Way. If you know Kasha you know is either not on the team, flight or ESPN time that has to make up. I feel like you know. Maybe they'll start him there with. One of Robin as maybe they switch them with Sid. NICA had him starting elsewhere in the lineup getting. It's going to be a lot of tinkering with the lineup and Yeah, I wouldn't I would be surprised if it says Rask all the way through the round robin sexually they want at least get a lot some some legitimate minutes. You know outside of that exhibition game so I think it is definitely a tough kind of balance at the Bruins have to you know. Reach Right, 'cause. Obviously, they want to win the round robin. You WanNa start strong..

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"two lines" Discussed on Bruins Beat

Bruins Beat

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"two lines" Discussed on Bruins Beat

"And were here with conor Ryan Connor. What is up? None much man going on with you so. Much either. I don't actually have an I. Don't have a rundown for today. Show I'm going to let you pick all the topics. It's your show. Host the show I'm going to let you the host. To host. Yes, you just throw the host. I, it's funny when I first got this show. Or when I started hosting I'd never hosted anything with more like I'd never hosted I was always just like a guest on odd yesterday, and they're. Like what am I gonNA? Do How am I gonNA. Do this and it's actually worked out like. 'cause you just Kinda, talk, and you just be who you are, and so be it, but no I will not do that to you today. I was like a surprise. Connor grow will throw a little curveball out on a Monday morning. I would have been so excited. I can tell you would have you would have had. You would have done so much preparation for it. Already know I've run down for every show for those out, but I don't show it to the guests. The of be surprised by. Any rate. Bruins. ARE UP IN TORONTO. They made it. They are in Toronto. Canada, there in the bubble city. Hopefully No. Miami Marlin situation goes on up there. That looks like an absolute mess. That just dropped by the way this Monday morning. I was GonNa say that I think when this drop said Tuesday is going to be a very a drastic change in what's going on with the MLB so hopefully. None of that happens with the NHL which things processing the a lot of good protocols in place, but Yeah, that's not gonNA. Not GonNa. Look good but time. This gets posted tomorrow morning, but we'll see what he does. By then it'll be like seventeen player. Whole team will have it. I mean the the crappy thing about that is and I'm saying this to my my parents morning like you have the the NHL in the NBA who are in these controlled hub cities type protocols, but then you have the MLB who has. Guys all the country. I know. It's the regions, but you know if you're in the east. You're going to Florida. And if you're in the West, you're going to California, so it's like you know if you're on like. For instance, the might the Marlins are playing. There's supposed to open against the Orioles at home. The Orioles are terrible like horrendous, and so the Marlins, if you're on the orioles, are you really going to put yourself in that kind of danger to go finish, you know. One of their sixty games finished twenty and forty. If that I mean no, I get Copeland Nineteen Jose glossiest might because he's finally getting bat. which has just been a weird like finally reaching reaching those lofty projections they had you know to. As when he was with the red sox going through the systems like this guy is GonNa be a future number three hitter, we can tell him hitting like to sixty in pawtucket like this kid..

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"two lines" Discussed on Bruins Beat

Bruins Beat

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"two lines" Discussed on Bruins Beat

"And welcome back to the BRUINS speed on media. My Name is of Marinov, Ski and ladies, and Gentlemen for the first time since March this podcast. Has Games to preview for the week? I hate it's funny. You guys remember I hate previewing games. I think as the stupidest thing. It's outdated or recapping random games, but this week there are games blue jackets exhibition game. First Round Robin giving the flyers it's it's Monday, but this goes out. Every Tuesday salt will go to next Tuesday's the week. It's exciting. It's exciting and and the best news. Right before right after we recorded this me and Conor Ryan whose today's guests on today's show from Boston Sports. Journal dot com up before or after we started recording a came out that the NHL had no new covert nineteen positive tests to end phase three so This looks like it's going to happen. not so much help be which connor and I talked about a little bit in this, but this is going to happen, and it is great, and we cannot wait for this, so connor and I discussed. The Big Bruins topic of the week in my opinion, Jackson second-line right-winger. What so we talked about that? We all about Andrei Kasha. We get into talk about. A surprise x factor for the Bruins you probably don't won't expect to be is impactful player. Who actually could end up being? Not impactful, pretty impactful by the time these games. Get going which. Is Very soon and you'll get into that more in.

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"two lines" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"two lines" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Washington in two lines for the national news thanks Jason president trump calls it the greatest comeback in American history today's positive jobs report shows the unemployment rate fell to thirteen point three percent in may the economy actually added two and a half million jobs but despite the progress trump still wants Congress to pass more economic stimulus will be asking for a payroll tax cuts will be asking for additional stimulus money because once we get this going it'll be far bigger and far better than we've ever seen in this country trump says the only thing that can slow the economy down his left wing bad policy of course the strike against Democrats while his rival this November Joe Biden says he's glad to see some jobs coming back but he does offer a cavea I was disturbed to see the president crowing this morning basically hanging a mission accomplished banner out there when there's so much more work to be done so many Americans are still hurting more than twenty million Americans one of every seven U. S. workers is still out of work Biden says the depth of the overall job crisis is not attributable to an act of god but to the failure of a president he says he'll release in an economic recovery plan in the coming weeks the U. N.'s atomic watchdog agency says Iran is continue to increase its stockpiles of enriched uranium and remains in violation of its deal with world powers the international atomic energy agency says Iran's total stockpile of low enriched uranium now amounts to one point seven three tons that's up from one point one tons in February global news twenty four hours a day on air and on quick take five Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts to more than a hundred twenty countries with prison it's a stock market driver now they're starting to see a little bit of panic from policy makers it's a global political force how will this epidemic reshape it big tack in its relationship with Washington it's a virus this coronavirus is a global pandemic is that a safe haven and the facts matter the situation is so bad because of the fires that that.

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"two lines" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"two lines" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Two lines is there for some world international Hey Jason former vice president Joe Biden is criticizing president trump a day after police drove back peaceful protesters near the White House said that trump could pose with the Bible before a damaged church Biden says quote trump's narcissism is become more important in the nation that he leads Biden says congressional action is needed to address racism the presumptive democratic presidential nominee was speaking today in Philadelphia there are signs Congress will take up the issue of police conduct in the writing that resulted from George Floyd's death Bloomberg's irv Chapman reports democratic members of the Senate Judiciary Committee asked for a hearing and chairman Lindsey Graham scheduled it two weeks from now to stop the riding which we will what you gonna do about the problem that led to the protest I know that African American males feel threatened by the police I hear mon say to the police feel threatened what drives this tension Majority Leader Steny Hoyer promised hearings on the house side as well in Washington irv Chapman Bloomberg radio almost a third of unemployment benefits estimated to be owed to the millions of Americans who lost their jobs as a result of the coronavirus slump well have not been paid yet the treasury dispersed one hundred forty six billion dollars in unemployment benefits in the three months through may according to newly released data more than the whole of two thousand and nine when jobless rates peaked after the financial crisis but Bloomberg calculates that number is well short of the total bill that should have been paid out in that period which is closer to two hundred.

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"two lines" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"two lines" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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"two lines" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

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04:05 min | 3 years ago

"two lines" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Hate you. But you need someone to reach your work, you it's really hopeless. If you don't because otherwise you're going to be handing in work that is not good enough yet. And people say I'm going my effort of a friend Doug in Chicago. He says things like I'm going to love this. You know, the materials strong the first pages just clearing your throat, though. You don't need it halfway through the second page. I got interested people help you all most of writing is about taking Steph out like. Oh god. I got my mind went blank because he was a stroke had in Chicago. Denver, but she said. Decca mitford said you have to kill your little darlings, and you have to do a draft where you go through. And you take out the stuff that you just love more than anything the passage issue. Just think are so brilliant and the conversations that are just so savvy and. And you're. Take it out. 'cause you're trying too hard. It's sticking out when we read it. We're gonna bump up against it and go, it's it's great as clever. Maybe I would say maybe we'll use it somewhere else. But that means cut, and then I right at the same time every day I'm much smarter in the mornings. I try to get off too early start. If I can we have a grandchild. We have his school. We have school lunches and all of that. But I really try I really try to start as early as I can. And I let myself right really badly. Like these Facebook pay things I write that are under a thousand words, maybe it sounds weird. Sometimes they can be two and three hours then give them to kneel. He'll Mark them up or correct staff, and and then I'll fix all that. Usually at the last minute you go through it. One more time, you still can make some good changes. And at some point you really should starting to hurt the book because you got to uptight and perfectionist. And then you release it to whoever is going to. The third of creativity is taking stuff out in its racing stuff. I used to always write on paper by your paper with pencils because I love the sound of pencil on paper that ancient sacred sound like the wind of scripture tonight. I was probably the last person you've ever known to come to a computer. But someone bought me I believe it was my publisher at northwest bought me MAC, a strawberry. Macaroni over that year of the. Sorbet max it was green and orange and turquoise and strawberry. And by God. I ended up with a strawberry max. So do right things mostly on my ipad. Now, I always have paper and pencil with me if you're going to right? It's like you've opened up a mail box in your soul and your open for business, and you're going to start having ideas and memories, and visions, you're going to overhear conversations in the express line at a doctor's office waiting in line to get a book sign, and you got you can't make this stuff up. It's great that then you write it down. So we'll win you'll read almost everything if you haven't already it will be hard for you to believe that any of it was written badly all of it from the various start because it's beautifully done. Thank you. And I'd like to conclude with a line of two lines from the book being a priest to deal with spiritual stuff all the time. To get a handle on what graces that amorphous notion that we throw around you have a sentence in this book that I thought said it so beautifully for me. And I'd like to leave it with us this evening. Any about grace. It meets you exactly where you are. At your most pathetic and hopeless. And it loads you into its wheelbarrow. And then tips you out somewhere else in ever so slightly better shape. Thank.

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