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"two tables" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio
"Six days shalt thou labour and do all thy work, but the seventh day is the sabbath of the Lord thy God, in it thou shalt not do any work, thou nor thy son nor thy daughter, nor thy manservant nor thy mainservant nor thy knocks nor thine ass nor any of thy cattle nor thy stranger that is within thy gates that thy manservant and thy maidservant may rest as well as thou. And remember that thou wast a servant in the land of Egypt, that the Lord thy God brought thee out thence through a mighty hand and by a stretched out arm, therefore the Lord thy God commanded thee to keep the sabbath day. Honour thy father and thy mother as the Lord thy God hath commanded thee that thy days may be prolonged and that it may be well with thee in the land which the Lord thy God giveth thee. Thou shalt not kill, neither shalt thou commit adultery, neither shalt thou steal, neither shalt thou bear false witness against thy neighbour, neither shalt thou desire thy neighbour's wife, neither shalt thou covet thy neighbour's house, his field or his manservant or his mainservant, his ox or his ass or anything that is thy neighbour's. These words the Lord spake unto you all your assembly in the mount out of the midst of the fire, out of the cloud and of thick darkness with a great voice. And he added no more and he wrote them in two tables of stone and delivered them unto me. That's Moses saying that. Now these ten commandments which people say they'll be kept by but don't know what they are, these commandments are very, very powerful and they condemn us for our sins. They are exceedingly broad, they cover every kind of sin, they cover every kind of transgression of God's law.
"two tables" Discussed on The Bible in a Year
"Return O lord to the 10,000 thousands of Israel. The book of deuteronomy, chapter 9. Consequences of rebelling against God. Moses continued. Hero Israel, you are to pass over the Jordan this day to go in to dispossess nations greater and mightier than yourselves. Cities great and fortified up to heaven, a people great and tall, the sons of the Anakin, whom you know, and of whom you have heard it said, who can stand before the sons of anak. Know therefore this day, that he who goes over before you, as a devouring fire, is the lord your God. He will destroy them, and subdue them before you. So you shall drive them out and make them perish quickly as the lord has promised you. Do not say in your heart after the lord your God is thrust them out before you, it is because of my righteousness that the lord has brought me into possess this land. Whereas it is because of the wickedness of these nations that the lord is driving them out before you. Not because of your righteousness or the uprightness of your heart are you going into possess their land, but because of the wickedness of these nations, the lord your God is driving them out before you. And that he may confirm the word which the lord swore to your fathers to Abraham to Isaac and to Jacob. Know therefore that the lord your God is not giving you this good land to possess because of your righteousness. For you are a stubborn people. Remember, and do not forget how you provoked the lord your God to wrath in the wilderness. From the day you came out of the land of Egypt until you came to this place, you have been rebellious against the lord. Even at horror, you provoked the lord to wrath, and the lord was so angry with you, that he was ready to destroy you. When I went up the mountain to receive the tables of stone, the tables of the covenant which the lord made with you, I remained on the mountain 40 days and 40 nights on either 8 bred nor drank water and the lord God gave me two tables of stone written with the finger of God. And on them were all the words which the lord had spoken with you on the mountain out of the midst of the fire on the day of the assembly. And at the end of 40 days and 40 nights, the lord gave me the two tables of stone, the tables of the covenant. Then the lord said to me, arise, go down quickly from here for your people whom you have brought from Egypt have acted corruptly. They have turned aside quickly out of the way which I commanded them. They have made themselves a molten image. Furthermore, the lord said to me,
"two tables" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"And we are speaking this morning with celebrity chef Andrew Gruel, the executive chef of Slap Fish Seafood Restaurant franchise out of Huntington Beach, California on the future. Of the restaurant industry post pandemic, Many restaurants are struggling financially to get their operations back up and running. And what about the pivot to digital and outside eating for that matter? Here in the Seattle area. There is discussion of making the outside eating areas They've been called pods. Um, they've actually taken entire streets. I'm sure they've done this in Southern California, where you're at as well where traffic is not allowed, and they've extended the eating area into the street and the sidewalk just because it's open air. Do you see that continuing in multiple areas like they're discussing? Maybe here in Seattle? Yeah, People have asked me like what are the worst things that came out of the pandemic? I said, Let's focus on actually some of the positive things that have come out of this in regard to the restaurant industry. First and foremost, the ability to do alcohol to go and now expand beyond kind of the four walls of your restaurant from an alcohol perspective into these outdoor patios, the deregulation of outdoor seating space as well as another Great element of the pandemic. So if we can kind of, you know if we can memorialize those two changes and hopefully make it something permanent. I think that's going to be really good for the restaurant industry because, look, you know, I mean leases. Restaurant leases going to the pandemic were either made or broken on the opportunity to have outdoor dining space right, even if it was just two tables on the sidewalk, and that was always owned into the lease. Mhm. Now it's somewhat of a free for all right. It's like an open game. Like okay, I can get six cables here into the parking lot there and the landlords are signing off on this. That's a really good thing for the industry. I think it's healthy in general. And heck, alfresco dining. I mean, nothing is better than eating outside when you can, right. Yeah, and the alcohol to go. You expect that to stick around? I mean, I would imagine, And, you know, they've opened the door to it. Yeah, we're we're seeing that they're extending it in a lot of areas, especially in California self So goes California. Then hopefully the rest of the country, you know, follow suit, at least in the sense that California is known for over regulating lot of their industries. So if they're willing to do that, and look you know, I would you know. First topic, you think? Oh, is that really a good thing? People with the alcohol and they go and driving with it, But it's actually in my opinion safer because traditionally, if you would have people who maybe had a couple beers at home or a glass of wine, and then they hit the road to come pick up their food or they go to grab it. Then they're driving in somewhat buzzed or intoxicated. Now, now it's good because you can stay at home. You don't need to get in your car and you can get alcohol delivered right to your house or take it to go. That to me is a good thing. Where do you see delivery fees headed. There were Complaints over the excessive fees for, uh, I I guess we can use uber eats as an example door dash any of them, you know, I mean, I don't know It's an unsustainable model. Uh, it for the restaurant industry. We just can't afford 25 to 30 cents on every dollar and they have not changed that model through the pandemic because they don't need to. They are the outlet by which restaurants can continue selling. It's unfortunate for restaurants because a lot of restaurants have maintain sales by utilizing these third party delivery apps, but their margins have been decimated. Right. So if I was doing a million dollars before, and I was netting 5% right, versus now doing a million dollars in sales, But I'm giving up 30 cents on every dollar to the third party delivery apps Now I'm at a negative 25%. Margin, right? Yeah, I'm losing 25% on a million dollars $250,000 burnt and the metric upon which the government has released these relief funds. It's a very simple formula. It's 2020 sales minus 2019 sales with the difference there in right, So if I kept myself is the same. By using these third party delivery apps, But I'm now losing $250,000, but I didn't By the metric. I'm not allowed. I'm not, um I can't get any of these. I don't qualify differing these relief funds, But yet I'm $250,000 in the hole. So it's a real tricky situation because these third party delivery apps have actually hurt restaurants in the long run. If you think about it, and they're not going to give up any of their fees. You're starting to see some He's regulate the amount of commission making charge. And while I don't agree with the high commissions, I don't agree with the city's regulating that on the behalf of the businesses, because I think that sets a very dangerous precedent that can then go into other other areas of business. So it's a sticky situation. How did you you know, you said, To an extent you guys have been vilified the restaurant industry. How did it feel to have to fight that? Uh and essentially be told too bad. This is your We understand This is your livelihood. And this is your passionate You've worked your entire life for this, but this is the way it is. I mean, you had to feel helpless that I would imagine. Yeah, I mean, it's like being accused of something that you didn't do and you're just constantly trying to in the court of public opinion. It's guilty until proven innocent, right? It doesn't followed Doesn't follow the You know the basic framework of innocent until proven guilty, which is what our country is known for it. So you're constantly fighting this uphill battle and where it's incredibly frustrating is that it's quite the opposite of what we're being accused of right restaurants. Art Known for their food safety training, You have to have service. If you have to have your food in this card, you have to understand material data safety sheets right, like we are its inherent in the industry to understand cross contamination, maintaining clean services, social distancing understanding how to avoid situations where there's going to be any sort of a spread, be it even just salmonella, or or norovirus or in this case. Covid right. So we are prime to be the proper models of the right behavior when it comes to operating safely in a world of covid instead, I mean, it's in our DNA, right? Sure, but instead instead of being used as a model in the beginning, we were vilified and we were shut down. We were lambasted as these epicenters are spread when that none of the data. Proves that I mean any data that's out there is merely it's this kind of correlation type data where you don't necessarily know if that's causation. You know so some of the data that they quote when they talk about restaurants being spread as they you know they the CDC interviewed like 500 people who had tested positive with Covid, and I'm kind of paraphrasing their study. But all these activities it was like 43% of the people happen to go out to dinner within two weeks or lunch or go out to eat within two Weeks of testing positive,.
"two tables" Discussed on The Generation Red Podcast
"The am game wasn't that the next the next week or two weeks later and martinez was playing on that. Try to lead an offense when he could barely walk. I so yeah. It was crazy decayed was tough. I'll never take that away from him. He was as toughest tough could get it. Just yeah that was. That was an incredible game that missouri game you got any thoughts do remember that missouri game at all. I do remember it was almost like i would compare it to like when i go play. Ncwa and on my on my playstation two and before a game just for fun just refunds. I would go into the opposing team's player stats and i would crank all of their speeds all of their stats down forty. So they were slow as humanly possible. Crank yours up. Sometimes i mean i would but other times like the. The contrast between the two is just so great. I didn't really need to and that was what helu felt like watching him. Just blast past every single every single player with ease I just remember that. It was almost like helen even after. Try a just had to hit the whole and just get on gun. And he was gone. He didn't have to do any fancy juke moves. He didn't have to do any sort of maybe one or two. Finesse moves every once in a while but for the most part it was just running gun and it was. It was incredible. I don't know if it was. Just missouri was super underrated. Or if rated i would say. Es yes sorry does say underrated. Yeah i think. I think it was they were overrated and husker's were preparing for the team that beat the number one team in the country and i think that that combined was a was a formula for success for sure you know now that you mentioned watching hulu do what he did and and just the i remember reading a story i think it was lincoln journal star. I don't remember which newspaper it was. But hulu and his dad would always go out to eat together after game. They talked about this in the story that that was kind of their thing is dad would come to town. Watch him play. they'd always go out to eat after a game and he would tell his son. Hey could have done this. You could have done that because his dad was pretty much as coach In high school and he walks into this restaurant. I think it was misty's or something like that. In lincoln and hulu had a hoodie over his head because he didn't want any of the fans obviously tuna husker fans in there and he didn't want them to recognize him and be mobbed right and he sits down at the table keeps the hood up over his head. He's way back in a corner with his dad. They're talking and some fan like two tables away. Set it in the story. The fan was quoted as saying. It's okay roy. We know it's you. You can take your hood off. We're not gonna bother you. And i was like that is like the coolest thing ever that.
"two tables" Discussed on The Runchuks Podcast
"A doubt the crowd of the casino or the hotel but anyways so i spend those three months completely burned out to towards the end of the trip. I was absolutely burned out. Lake the classic burnout of now energy. I mean no energy to such an extent that i basically the my last few days in vegas. I just spent on the couch watching tv. And that's it. I didn't move. And the next year coming back to bellagio the moment. Step into the logic that smell hit. And it's like the buddy kind of feel you're under attack you know. I literally started almost panic. And i'm i'm not a person who easily panic sore or stressed them pretty calm. Pretty calm person in general but that was like Instinctive reaction almost like an animal reaction of were under attack. This is not a safe place. Let's get outta here. And i found that so fascinating and then thinking back like obviously. It's not surprising. Because i was really hurting myself for those three months of like no sleep. Bad food constantly there in that environment with all the noise and all the bright lights and whatnot for for three months in a row and obviously i felt that reaction after being away from it but how many people actually heard themselves. Even if they're in their home office environment of just pushing themselves through hard neglecting the sleep neglecting the nutrition and obviously hurting their prospects of becoming a better player. Because your mind and body needs to be aligned for you to actually achieve something in the long run sacrificing. Your health in the short thrown is a mistake. I see a lot of people do and eventually it leads to burn out nuns leads to depression. Or what have you especially feel. I mean not feel or see. See that when it's when it's about playing it's that fake necessity of like. I cannot believe that guy. now it's like. Let's say you had six session for in the morning you still have. Two tables opened in one way. Lewis likes passing it off but you you are totally over it. But then it's like you cannot like that. That's why i mean with like fake necessity of staying. I dunno where like well that spot will probably come up again or maybe it's not the best spot if you like. What are you giving right now. It's not you're not giving thirty minutes of your time. No it's thirty minutes of your time right now. where you feel shit and pretty much Yeah just feel that you should do something else. I don't see that the studying too much because while when studying it's not about the hour it's like when the there is that certain feeling that you are not learning anyways right now and then you stop it. But with laying. Long sessions with tournaments forced into that thought. I remember that were in the biggest spot. Reggie you play heads up in.
"two tables" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"See how we do you Give me $1000 richer with my money. Just wait for a guarantee not playing that kind of cash song in a moment right now, we talking embarrassing moments, and I just don't think this is in my Edna. I've done something that people think I should be embarrassed about it right now. Like you should be embarrassing yourself. What? Living life Even when you were a kid, nothing, nothing. Belle like everything. Trophy presentation. I'm one of those kids is funny. I laughed first if I pee on myself. If I live, I'm never. I don't know what being embarrassed feels like, So that's a feeling because I right now want to die. Just thinking of my embarrassing moment. I was eight months pregnant, and I was getting it on with the father of my child. Do that Absolutely all the way to the last day, However, I was at his grandparents, house and delivery, like his grandparent's living room on his grandpa walks in on us. I would start cracking so Yes, I jumped up. Why would take you months pregnant? Okay. No, but I was already onto. Okay. I jump up and I run Tau Heights, but you could still obviously my big old butt cheese bottled. I fell. Oh, knees as I was running to the room, so he had to go pick me up again. I'm eight months pregnant, and that's to take me to the emergency room. It was the most Oh, moment of my life because I'm pregnant. And but that's not saying that. You think I wouldn't even be thinking Being embarrassed. I would be thinking about his grandpa saw my butt cheeks season but cheeks before, like the first cheeks, grandpa scene but not his grandson's wife, But that's a different level of harassment. What about you, Teddy? You know, when I was a kid, I felt too. And that was the first time I found out that fat people do roll. Someone tripped me as I was getting my M v P truck because I would hate it at a big kick and do his thing. And they tripped me and you have to call my name and I rolled. I failed and I go two tables down with their Was viral video. I think his girlfriend like you were in high school after that, actually, thank him because you got to the trophy factor again. Help me. I don't know what it feels like to be embarrassed. I'm still I'm really trying to think like I've done some stuff. I've actually written a list of things that you should be embarrassed about second hand it is. I have felt embarrassed from others. Oh, I know what that build my life that cringe feeling like you play. Agent Silver right now. You just that awkward moment. I do. I know what that feels. Can you give us names like we can't hard to some? No, no, Like more When people are like when people are making a fool of themselves, And you feel sorry for them like that's when your own walling out sometimes people that I feel embarrassed for a lot of people who looked really uncomfortable.
"two tables" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts
"The pool in the athens in there was nothing. There was charlie cook and johnny baldwin with jani finless. Well was there wasn't any money on my how one of the most famous people that come at chelsea with Johnny feno and he was a terrific full. Lots of like many many of his generation a played in cut faded. Wembley an embassy cup final with Guedes who's the nephew sterilizer. And hey So i had john new lots of pride when we jump was a big chelsea. And he's a big charlie coke fan and he and they sat round. They sat rounded out. Two tables pushed the gavitt to get older drinks on. It was so much alcohol on. That's one i think to myself. It would have made a great you know. He's like the marks made a great comedy if the row madrid coaching. Managing coaching team into a applies to Tonight a full. I would not plan similar them. Free that sandy did for the best plaza. Charlie cook payroll is gonna tell me boating and that's good and then all of a sudden that out they woke and osgood skulls again like i would like us could do nails Of what you did in his life his back on and he said to me. Look you've got you've got an on. Like son woke off and got her husband because she will do my running for me tomorrow enrich i'll skull i needed was just knowing it was still a teenager now. Twenty first of may was was reply. That was in a month before you Your twenty th birthday. You must have been one of the youngest pliers bridge pliers to with being in a cup winning soit in europe. Yeah maybe another. I've i've never really looked. And i'd come out come a long way of. I'm to me in your. It was probably one of the great experiences supply against Probably one of the greatest prize in the world at that time we played in bruges in belgium and they had a fabulous team and they like should have helped us out Over there in belgium like this to nearly should be eight neil. A goalkeeper jump selects was out this world and they had robbie rensenbrink on the left wing and he was known as george best's on that side of europe and he was a magnificent fly really was and You know just the experience allow when football fans talk about football. And i said well you done now until you've been the field with them and i say yeah yes we we could say it and say on sally with.
"two tables" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network
"I'm gonna have to have a top chino in the green room there. You go whatever you want in the green room. We will be back people. Don't don't move. We'll be back but okay we are back. Hope you guys like the song. Keep that he liked it. Which i'm glad. I lost thank you ever really. Did you enjoy. Enjoy your cappuccinos. Sam i got it from starbucks. I didn't get it from dunkin donuts. So it'd be. I enjoyed my starbucks cappuccino and all the snack that we had the green room. I mean how can you beat it. I mean come on you. Know has has starbucks that i had. I had cookies and muffins. It was great. I love this. We do whatever we were guests. There you go. Yeah yeah we try to be nice to our guess much sam tell us about all your upcoming cool things that you're going to be doing okay. Yeah we had so you guys have you ever. This is too much to handle you. Go to my website. Fam- baltimore dot com. But yes this weekend on doing it. Event of oliver house in middleborough massachusetts. It's with my friend brian kano. He is on camera he also worked with my friend. John's office on the haunted collector. doing It's a three day events as oliver house. Which is a really historic beautiful nanshan in massachusetts. I'm going to be doing the investigation with brian on saturday. Night from eight and so Midnight on saturday. And i'm going to be doing a theon. So i'm gonna be reading seon communicating with spirits at at the Acid beautiful oliver house. All oliver state And it's part of his. It's a traveling museum of the paranormal History of the paranormal. So it's like this traveling museum that he brings from state to state and so it's gonna be massachusetts this weekend I'm also doing tons of a pair of cons. I'm so grateful that that are all the events that we normally do are coming back I you are go to the bathroom. So excited about the gettysburg bash happening in august We all so theresa here. That you and i were like wheeling neighbors and we didn't even talk to each other like two two tables down from each other right Jodi jodi did point that out that she not Away but.
"two tables" Discussed on Restaurant Tales
"And like i was opening by myself for some reason you know like not not a big deal by myself without the patio and like i mean you're in that space. It's very long space with the bar. The front and the patios way way in the back. And i remember being like the first nice day and being like oh shit lake. Uh oh everybody's wanting to come out sit outside and get wasted. And i don't think i've ever run as there was nobody inside running up and down like that whole area. Patio is practically on a different city. Blocks thanks yes and thinking about having a drink. Poor breeze rings run food. All that kind of stuff by yourself out to that patio but then we also had a couple tables in that. Little tiny little pattie was like two tables. So i have those sat at the very front and then the full patio sat all the way the very very back and just like booking it back and forth back and forth back and forth back and forth all day and i remember. There was a couple of other people who are in. The industry used to be here in omaha. They both moved on to other cities and whatnot. And both like you. Don't okay. you're right you hanging in there. No i'm not. I'm not an literally dying right now. It just all. I wanted to do with sit outside. We're always were drinking and having a good time. And i'm just running my ass off all day. One of the most exhausting exhausting shifts. I've ever worked in of make you want to spite people with patty. You're just like that is though i once. Mid westerners at least once they have their drinks now on the patio your true. Oh everything's fine. We'll take our time and don't worry about as long as the drinks. Yes the first round the first round out just other good after that. But then the people aren't usually picky about it but then the but then the walk to and from the section to the.
"two tables" Discussed on Go Beyond Disruption
"You can connect to call him to the third party service save for example the service could be physical guides or it could be youtube or it could be milch him to automatically pollen information out of these services and once you know. Call me make like a completely easy way to connect to those hippies and it automatically pulls in the information right into your cells so once you open that sell you can select which data you want to show it you know in your columns so once information comes into the cell you can configure it in two different columns and then you can do fresh cells in real time to bring the latest information so this whole process is a completely no coding of working with aps. So you know. I think that's how you know. Abc's should be. And you know. As as i was talking that you have become super important in the last ten years so be seen more and more use cases around you know services and we see more and more people using those services to automate that work and we've seen just from just from two thousand fifteen twenty year. There was just three hundred public. Api's in two thousand fifteen and now in twenty to twenty fast forward are working with more than twenty five thousand public hippias so that means more and more people not want access to those epa's is to be able to connect between applications and you know that's how we are trying to make it easier for any nontechnical person to be able to call. Eddie be as well as use it to your to their own use once we have those. Api setup of course. There are lots of tools and ways that we can. We can tie these things together. the more the merrier. But all of this means a bit more learning a bit more research and Obviously that takes a bit of time. Which for many of us. We've got more time on our hands and we expect it but all of that of course is going to change once. The pandemic starts to end with that lockdown start ease things will become much busier as business picks up again for most of us so obviously that means that we have to look at the resources we've got in our business and well. I'll talk a bit more about api's and process automation short. The i want to jump back a little bit to what businesses would be more familiar with right now especially those in the accounting and finance profession. That is the spreadsheet. We have said that we will be looking at the mo- code future leaving spreadsheets behind and moving beyond them but of course with someone in the spreadsheet will they would have picked up a lot of fairly common fairly useful skills from working with spreadsheets. That will help them actually leave. These spreadsheets behind. So what would some of those skills be. I think the The most important skill if you talked to any spectacular ability to do We look up right the ability to connect between differentiates together. And how we are making it. Easier is You know we have a column pipe link that allows you to create relationships between two tables. And if you're able to create those relationships you could easily to you know. Look up. Don't have to look up that and writer long formula it has essentially you know couple of clicks in a platform like stike by where you can look up information to link between those two tables..
"two tables" Discussed on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!
"Know it's customary the tip area stand but you know that. Eta twenty percent gonna have to go down to ten if that's the case If not now out because you know they get a large table team tables and real serious money on. Just you know right where we should. We shouldn't hate them now for that though because i think they've they're giving you dead. Give me you excellent customer service. No matter what they're getting paid you know saying that. That tip dead tip. Is you saying you know. Hey i appreciate the level of service you you gay and boom boom now. If you type person just you know. You're just tim because you know. Hey i feel like you know you only make two thousand thirteen year tip. Federal reason That's the death that's on the restaurant for panam that such low wages and stuff like that you pay a tilt based on customer service that you receive from that waitress or waiter at least. That's that's how they could buy the so if they got two tables and and everybody out there making fifteen dollars an hour. That's not gonna that's not going to sway me. Person doesn't Tip neil i tip them based on customer service to me and to my The people that i'm with and and we all you know took based on that. Not based on how. Much they're getting paid dr willis akron. I kind of paid them because they only make two thousand thirteen cents an hour. Like i've had great customer service at a gas station the cashier so i mean crystal you say you went to. What's your reason because they're making the same amount of money as anybody else's making i mean you go to mcdonnell's he's making fifteen dollars an hour serving you or doing whatever you don't tip them to mcdonald's person but you go to a restaurant and the wages is making is making fifteen sixteen dollars an hour. Whatever i'm going to tip her he's already making money. you know. i mean in actually as far as tipping is concerned. I i do. Try to tip because i know i tip because i know what they make. I know that they know. They live off of their tips. Or whatever and it can be very lucrative in some situations but my problem is i actually like it. Sometimes when i go to a restaurant in the tip is already included or they already give you an outline and you can just push a button now. It's easier now. And i don't have to do any calculations you just push a button and say okay. I'm gonna give them a fifteen percent this fifteen percent and a lotta times for me. I may give him a little over that game around number or something if it was really good or something but but yeah i why am i gonna tell me. Gives me a fucking thing that the restaurants though what they will do they will probably adjust. Keep justin oh sales or they were no longer accept tips. Either i think that they that will probably take care of itself though if it were to go to that. But i don't think the See the waitressing in in in those formats are different. There's they have a different pay scale because of the right instead of making two dollars or whatever and our you know base. Maybe they would make three. You're looking. I don't know but even give you a perfect example here in florida most.
"two tables" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The the other key. I like to think of the critical scene in the movie, Tim. Of course I found what was my Oh, you did. Okay, here we go for a national audience just joining us Now we are going live to downtown Los Angeles right now, Tommy, If you look, here's mark There behind me. That's a tornado. Yes, a twister in Los Angeles. It's one of many tornados are destroying our city. There's another one that the Los Angeles skyline. It's unbelievable. It's true. I've never seen anything like that. Pretty good dude that is not made 10 men or whatever. Look, I took I only had, like, four minutes to find it. And I found you know whether a news guy in the in the day after tomorrow I should be very proud of me that I found. You're right when you look at it. That's why you're, uh Yeah. Thank you. For how many days did you film Just one and it was cool because it was the director and the writer and me. Wow and you know, oftentimes when you're doing, you know, playing the weather guy, the anchorman on TV, the reporter in a crowd, even if it's an important scene. Most of the time where I shouldn't say most of time. But often times you'll get what's called second unit, which means that it's not the actual director. It's a second unit director. It's still exciting and cool, and, you know, movie making. But it isn't you know, Wolfgang Peter Center, Whomever the guy is, you know it was directed in Air Force One, for example, And in this case, my God, I just spaced out to the director was. Tell me if you can find it. I pulling Paul Thomas Anderson. Again, though I just what I manage. Thank you, Um No, it's a famous director. And it was written by a guy named Jeffrey Knuckle Roland Emmerich. So I'm thinking, remember. Yeah. Yeah. So Roland Emmerich is there with Jeffrey Knock one off the writer. It's just the two of them and me. Why? And they actually asked me, can you? Make this part of the script sound like and we know this is an extraordinary scenario, but, like, modestly credible, you know, like, Can you alter it? Or, you know, can you make some modest changes to it? That allow it to be a little more credible. Well, you were given, like a lot of creative freedom in this movie a little bit mean within any notion that they might have that I could improve or otherwise alter in a positive way. What they're doing is a really exciting thing for me. So, yeah, So it was the day after tomorrow, And so the moment where they're talking about the super storms and all that stuff, that's when I come on, And that's my That's my big scene. You know this director by Roland Emmerich. He's huge with these big movies. You know, he did die. Hey, did Midway. Hey, did also Godzilla Independence day, and he's big special effects movies. He's the guy. That's right. That's right. But that is that's great. Mark. Did you get residuals from it? I think I do. I mean, they're pretty small now, but I was we used to really go out for that stuff. Like when I first got to town. It was my now you let them come to you. Now he gets offer Only. Really? Yeah. You've seen the audition. You know, I can hit the ball. You know, Mark used to say, because Mark used have a anak sent before you came down here you but used to say I'm I'm Mark Thompson. I'm offer only I do not audition. On. I was one of those. So that was weird. Yeah. Got the message. Okay. By the way, I'm on a poker site called Poker stars. And you could you could buy. I don't play for money because I'm not that good. But you could buy a bunch of free coins You could play for free. You could literally buy like a billion coins or have a billion coins for 9 $99 that could last year. A year doesn't last me a year, but last some people here but I want to ask you a question. I clicked on a tournament game. Last night, and I thought it was. You know, I thought it was hold them Texas Hold'em, right? No living, But it was. Oh, Maha, and I couldn't understand the game. It was was it is that high is Omaha. Hi, Lo. You can play high low or you can play in high. Okay, This is high low and I thought I had both, and I had neither. And I still looked at the cards and I still couldn't figure it out. So we come back. Can you explain that that game to me? Yeah, It's not hard, but it's hard to master it. But it's not hard to understand it or explain it, okay for people out there because a lot of people playing poker online. And Oren. Miran go. They offered moron goes well and I want to. I want to expand my gaming. I don't want just played, you know, No limit. Or or texas Hold'em. You wanna lose more than one just kind of more than one day? Yeah, Yeah. Can't I'd like to be playing a two tables at once losing at both tables, but they don't call it Texas. Hold them or they just simply call it. Hold him, right holding No limit. Hold'em and then Omaha. I wonder what? Oh, my high is On how what You was that officer knows dealt four cards. Then there was right for hard to track. It couldn't stay more. All right. We'll come back and Mark, give us a poker lesson. It'll be quick. Don't worry. 7 30 Every Tuesday night, we get a little poker lesson. You don't know that We haven't been with mark for sometime Tuesday. 7. 30 does. Yeah, that's exciting. That's Debra. What? Don't insult him. If you could hurry. Oh, my God feign enthusiasm with a free That's so exciting. That was a bit over the top. You know Deborah's played a bunch of these roles in movies, too. Really? Yeah. What do you want to play? I was in bird box Bernbach. Sandra Bullock. Wow. Charlotte movie. She's good. Yeah, I was in house of cards a bunch of times. That right of mine. Wow. But mostly for me. It's it's voiceover stuff. So by the way, I'm our own Mondo. You know, Debbie has a voiceover website. What is it called on the mark voices dot com. The mark voices dot com but Mark This. Mondo came up with the best one ever right and.
"two tables" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And pretty excited. So, finally, I'm like, okay. Game on Let's go Funeral and I have no idea what what is about to transpire all of a sudden boom. The tables kind of move out of the way. The leader of the funeral comes up with the stool to other students. Bring two tables and grab the flowers. Apparently. A bunch of girls have been making posters. They right Bob sister's funeral on the board. Doings leader the funeral and he prepared a eulogy started his friend Theo. Don't get in front of the class holding a microphone. Mr Blau keeps in the room. The rest of the class is totally on the edge of their seats. Just waiting for this kid toe start the funeral like Paying more attention to him than they ever paid to me. They're ready for it. He starts out kind of ad libbing about welcoming everyone thanking everyone for coming to celebrate the life of Bob's sister. Now, how did you know what to say in the eulogy? We didn't. We just said like some things that sounded about right, like something that like That you might say at a funeral that might make someone cry. You have your eulogy there. Yeah. Take it out. Could you read it? Okay, one sec. And then it sort of mine also says, sort of back and forth. She and he so because I didn't really know. Up. Sister was a great person. People said that Bob was just a drying on a piece of paper. But I knew he was anything but that But she is still in here. She made me think I could do things in school. If she was here today, she would say, Keep on trying. That's really nice. It sounds like you were trying to be sort of inspiring. Yeah. Have you seen a eulogy in a movie or something that you know? Whoa! Yeah, the eulogy. The theory out was also really good. I just want to say something about the special person here, Bob Sister. She was such a good friend. All the potatoes and especially Mr Potato Head. Potatoes were another fascination in Mr Brown's class that year. What an honor. It was to have her with us. God bless her. Then from the back of the room. Mr Blau, Here's a boy crying. I would say almost wailing, but it was like a real crying at first, I'm thinking. Oh, my God. Now they're just turning this into a joke. And then I realized that he's actually seriously crying like this is not a joke Cry. Um and I walked back. I walked back there and everyone kind of turns back. Everyone's looking at both of us. And so I ask him. I like what's wrong? What's going on? How Why? Why are you crying? And he's like it's because Bob sister died. You know, it's like it's not about anything else. Maybe, um And he's like, No, it's Bob Sisters died. It's just so sad. Mr Bata thinks maybe it was really about his dog. Dog. That boy had grown up with the dye just two weeks before. His mama sent it enough to let him know. Mr Boss. Really? Not sure. It ain't your plenty old enough too. Catacombs of what Death means. And then I look up and then the whole kind of Feel of the classroom has changed. It's gone from kind of giddy excitement. This is a fun thing to half the class is nervously laughing and the other half looks like they're on the verge of tears like there's about three girls that are I kind of really sad and I was like, Oh, no. What have I created like? This was this was reaching an emotional level that I actually had never experienced before, and I've been teaching for about 15 years on. Guy had never felt kind of this. Not that I was getting out of control, but it was it was leading to something that I didn't know. House can honestly like I don't know what's gonna happen next. Like if three other kids start crying, I don't know how to handle the situation. Right? My God, They never experienced kind of that. In a classroom. It's so interesting, it Z. It's like they were playing around with. I don't know, like with a wee gee board and joking around, and suddenly they accidentally summoned a demon into the room. Yeah. In a way and for me that I was I was right there on the weed. You bored with him? And so and so this monster's in the room even wish this, like, really the kind of primal force like this grief, right? Yeah. Grief death. Hmm. And, uh, I mean, one of the really neat things about their great as It's e mean there's a saying you they stop learning to read. And our reading to learn. So it's like it's an age where their world gets a lot bigger. They kind of are experiencing real things. And I think a funeral is one of those things like they probably all heard of the funeral. They read them in books. But most of them probably hadn't been the one and didn't know what that felt like. Mr Obama felt responsible. Tell them through this new experience like he had lots of others that year. So he took control of the room back from the kids on address them all that was like, well, funerals are kind of serious. Sometimes when you go to a funeral that make it's very sad because you're missing the person that's moved on, And sometimes it reminds you of other people who have moved on, and it's important to remember those people and it's important to be sad. Um, And.
"two tables" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Day and I want to propose to her at the end of our dinner. I wanted to stick the ring inside the dessert, Okay? And also there's a group that she likes. I have the guys flying out. And so once I give her the ring, and if you know, she says, yes, they're going to start singing. You know, when you just know that you fell in love. Yeah, that's why matter right now, because a few years ago I'm some cats roll past me, and they shot me and I had like 75 buckshot in my Yeah, And she pulled out every buck shot from out my crack, and I was like, you know if a woman can dig all it, That's the woman that you gotta make your wife, you know, can I bring my portable carioca machine? Because there's a song that she liked called Drop. Kick me Jesus through the goalposts of Heaven. Yeah, Rock gently cheese. You can get from earlier and then find a table for you if she said no, I'm gonna be devastated. Okay, I'm gonna need like four Cordless mikes and Brack. I would need a professional sound. Man. I'm gonna need some orange juices and throat lock just for the crew, and I won't need you Gotta support two tables away also, so I could have enough room to do the dance routine because I'm going to strip for eyes that fine, All right, And I don't know why you're not married because you sound like such a nice person. You know what I'm saying? Worse come to worse if she says no. Then I guess I marry you. All right. Thank you for your time, and I'll be the fact in the types of seeds. Okay. Total me. All right, Okay. Phone tempers, Bronx. Do you buy Universal City, Nissan now under the new ownership of trophy automotive dealer group, and you make you think he makes his next real 92 for you? You can kiss me. Bradley Traffic.
"two tables" Discussed on Decorating Pages
"Fear of. Dp's white yeah. So i got for our camera. Tests like an array of pillowcases from white to gray like all different graze and off whites. And you know how we usually do detect colors but i got white white and white and a slightly off white and then i did a whole thing down to dark gray and we ended up. Because he's in bed for how using bedford look like freaking out about what colors sheets. Are they going to be and one was perfect. Wow it would. It was the weirdest thing. I was shocked. I was really shocked and we weren't. We all watched it on dailies and and fincher semi note through the thing. And i said i think you know this a abc. I had a mo lettered. I think a or b works better and he agreed with me and so that's we actually used white white. Wow i would never in a million years have guessed that now on at night i couldn't use why because this reflected maybe too much right and the lighting was completely different to right is it was it was old fashioned lighting. And and we were using. Led led. i worked with Eric messerschmitt on bones years ago when he was the gaffer. Yes yeah I was glad to to see that. He's a working now he's a good guy No i i've seen him work his work. I mean he did gonggar done. He's been with venture for a while. And i love minehunter so a big fan of his lighting already. But i'm sure you really had to be in on those camera tests like even now in my little world were camera testing so much. Because they're shooting it as a very dark. Like basically like set deck is lighting the sets. There's no as we kind of all are now. Were lighting the sets. Which is great cinematic. Louis and i mean it's been done for years but it seems like more and more. I see less lights coming into the set. Yes less set lights coming into the set and more practical. And that's always worrisome that it's going to like a lamp store exactly but but they're modified right right well and you're like we can't use certain bulbs they have to be. Everything has to be dinner table. Are they changed them all to. Led's does not all of them but almost all. We did some tests with different bulbs. We have some vintage bulbs and try though so they let us use vintage bulbs or they would do. Led's dial up. Were using off vintage bulbs not so now when you find a lamp that you like and it's led now opposite world but and then for manque versus a good night and good luck teed you look back and be like oh i know what table could work there. Still send it. Sony or i mean it was. You built everything built. We built the we built hearst castle right so the salon where you see mayors birthday party. Yes as low. It's changed over for the dining room. Ruh oh oh. I see so. It's the same fireplace. Moved there were two fireplaces in the salon and then he moved in move those out and reconfigured the bigger one at the end for the fire for the dining room walls. I heard that they did that. Scene over one hundred times a probably it was a lot. Yeah he likes a lotta takes. I heard i heard specifically about one hundred takes because amanda least thirty times but the day before and did see as i watched the rehearsal. I was like seriously these still. They're still rehearsing wild. It's a lot that's a lot of. We built the twenty two chairs They were i found one. I got an array of chairs to show david and we we all like this one chair. The best and it was from arteta. Mako wonderful resource. I love them. Yeah to them and said can you make twenty two of these and four weeks and they laughed and laughed no problem it was amazing. It cranked up twenty two and table. The table was found. The base found three basis. That i liked at mitchell lived but they work quite big enough and so then i needed to replicate those so to make matching step so again. Our teammates some of those then. They made the side tables. And then the table top was alan and elder. Made it at omega mega. God what was it like. Thirty thirty five feet long home. Yeah yes trish trish gallaher glenn was our prop master She she dragged her family before we started. She dragged her to hearst castle for tour. She's like taking all these details so she got a picture of the two tables. I was freaked out. Because i thought. How are we gonna move one table if it's thirty four feet long. Yeah hearst actually had two tables together which together but they were from a monastery and spain right but it gave us a liberty too. So i made it three so that if they had to move them for camera so.
"two tables" Discussed on Deleuze and Guattari Quarantine Collective
"If you haven't seen this it's worth checking out. It does kinda show. They're talking about here especially with the schizophrenia table. They're talking about People who had schizophrenia. The sons or some people who had schizophrenia. maybe not hold them who Created hard work and in the sense. It doesn't have you know what they're trying to show. Here's this artwork doesn't function in terms of like These clear distinctions. Everything is kind of happening together. I'm thinking somebody might post them And it's kind of helpful you're with the story of the schizophrenic table is trying to illustrate is how how desiring production is working with the table. How its usefulness in that sense right is diminishing rights like the connections are starting to break off in that sense. The table itself is changing during processing production having been produced on during it. And how i read. It is when they're talking about most of this. They're saying like the there is no such thing as a schizophrenic. Someone is schizophrenic. But there's no schizophrenia. As a thing like that we can hold onto where we can say. This is what it is instead. Schizophrenia is a process in the same way that a table tables a table may be thing. Sure but eventually table get used up. And it's not so much a table from the outside anymore in the same way that a schizophrenic who's drawing may not necessarily be a schizophrenic. Their art is the production of schizophrenia. They are outward reaching. It's like a table is tabling schizophrenic. Schizophrenics in the schizophrenic side of things that is a process is the part that they're extremely focused on and again their ultimate argument I think is that everything is a process. But they're saying like look at even the idea of a table. The table is it's got all the parts of a table but at some point it's covered in so much shit because you're it for a table leaving a table anymore. It's more this weird covered ship thing. I can tell you as someone who has two tables currently right next to me. That's the case. Sometimes tables just get covered and crap doesn't mean they're not a table instant they're tabling. That's their job. That's.
"two tables" Discussed on The Dental Marketer
"Amount. So i wasn't really sure if that was like the best decision as forced to go with them from a pricing standpoint. Because yes it may be you too since or balloon but then you have to order. Five hundred dollars worth of balloons. You know what i mean. I just wasn't sure. Was that gonna work at least for me right now. in so yes pretty much It is a rush order. every game. I decided to have lit bombs enhance insiders because i was trying to think of something that would be like code friendly yet makes you memorable found these cute little bags i actually got is a new line. I think you wine actually has some really nice business. Apply items like bags and things that you can order or logo stickers. That aren't that expensive and so Pretty much. I got those ordered. Banner ordered Mask were made How much was like all that for you as far as like all those the mask. You line bags okay. I don't have the exact dollar amount. Because i'm actually still having to go figure out. Like how much was you know what it costs. You acquire the lead. You get what i'm saying. I haven't done that yet but When i was talking to the To the marketing agency wunderlist on. They were very friendly even though they're not able to work with me because of a non compete issue But they were saying just so people were kind of know. Because i've told my friend says like when you're initially trying to acquire the lead you know like they say new new leads or new patients going to be the most expensive bright. So i think i would say if you're in the ballpark range of about fourteen hundred to two thousand dollars. That's about right because you have to remember you don't have anything you don't have Yeah you don't have your banners You don't have a stanford the banner or you don't have a table runner like you know. Those things cost money even with discounts. You don't have. I don't know whatever you wanna get pins You know yeti cubs or whatever which logo on it like. You don't have any of that stuff so you're starting out from scratch But as but as you know as time progresses the cost of getting a new patient should it lower and lower and lower because hopefully word of mouth in brain recognition in the community is is also going to help as well because i wondered that too life so am i spending too much but when you think about it i mean you gotta to do. Because you don't have it needed gotcha. Gotcha okay so it was like about two thousand and then how did you. So if you don't even ask me. How much was like the sponsorship. Okay so actually. I was under two thousand issues but the sponsorship. Okay so that's where ahead to negotiate. Because it was covert right in. I was i was a little concerned about okay. Is turnout going to really be what you guys are normally used to or is it going to be less so they were actually willing to discount because i think a regular okay. So they want it needs to consider sponsoring. Were two different weekends right so one of the weekends. I couldn't do it fully. Because i would also hosting a friend's baby shower so normally the costs would have been. I think i think they were saying like eighteen hundred for two weekends right saturday and sunday. Both both days from you know early in the morning until like late afternoon. Personally i thought that was kind of pricing. You know so What i told her was tell them. I think because you know there are still some unknowns. About the turnout. I think what i told him in. I'll have to go look over this again in my receipts. I think i told them so. It would have been you know seven fifty for each weekend. So i think what i did was i told them like five hundred bucks or women weekend and we'll see how it goes and i asked like some business coaches about that. You know like never done a holiday market. You know basically these craft shops. So i hear that they can be hit or miss and you have to be very careful you know from where you are located in the pop up shop right because you wanna make sure that you not only had april visibility but you also want to make sure that people will linger at your table and so at first. They had me in the front door in. I was concerned about it. Because i was like. You're just gonna walk right in passed by the boost. You know what i mean like. They're not gonna stop so then I read this blog I think is called made urban. And she had these excellent pointers about different things to think about when it comes to doing these markets from number one. You know your booth has to be appealing to the eye right. It has to make people want to come over there. So i knew that i wanted to do like the balloon display in a big logo banner wall and i was gonna have two tables but then i was like. What wine is you know how when you go to most up markets the tables are positioned in front of you. So they're separate issues between you and you know the guest. That's coming to your table. So i didn't want that. So that's why i had. My table opened to the side so that they would still have direct communication with me. Cut like when you're in dentistry in the chew when it comes to selling a treatment plan you wanna be at eye level with the client You know like you don't really want to have any type of barrier between you and the client in order to make the cell like sound like i'm selling but everything we do is selling everything you do is marketing so so So yeah so. I had the table kind of spread out open. You'll see from this photos. It's kinda like ed angle to side. So when they came right there in the front door you know it didn't seem like there is a barrier. They could just kind of drift on in a little kids had air You know they saw the santa claus box so that was nice that You know that drew the kid and then you know we had the bags that we made a little jazzy with light. Use it in christmas colors that kind of drew the moms or slash. The older kids and so the little kids were john. Santa letter mailing station where we got these little Stickers in like anna the elves like report cards for like it descends for dollar at michael's to kinda decorated. and then. i used like some really old like trays. Army like back in the day in covered them up with You know like christmas wrapping paper or something that was left over to make it look fasted and In so so yeah. That's pretty much what we did. So five hundred or the event that weekend and then. I wind up going the second week in. It was a good turnout. I will tell anyone if you're gonna do these up markets. It's best to try to go the first weekend if you can. I think or if it's around the holiday editor at the beginning of december because as it gets a little bit closer to the actual holiday You know i'm not really sure. If people are kinda.
U.N. Investigators Help Yazidis In Iraq Find Bodies Of Loved Ones Killed By ISIS
"Region of Iraq. It has now been six years since the ISIS genocide against the ancient ancient Yazidi Yazidi religious religious minority. minority. And And yet yet survivors survivors are are still still trying trying to to find find bodies bodies of of their their loved loved ones. ones. To To that that end, end, U. U. N. N. Investigators Investigators began began X X Hume Hume ng ng a a mass grave in October, MPR's Jane Arraf was there. In the village of Solo yellow tape ropes off what used to be a fish farm attached to a technical college laborers and investigators dressed in white suits and masks. Carefully digging and sifting through the Pachter as I walk up to take a closer look at one of the man is shoveling the dirt into this big rectangular sifter and then Fine pieces of dirt come out, and he flips the gravel over. The other one is now going through it by hand, trying to make sure that they don't miss any of the bones. Investigators have found at least 17, mass graves so far in the Sinjar region of northern Iraq. Things. One is known as the mother's grave, and it's believed to contain the remains of dozens of pregnant and the older women. Isis decided it didn't have any use for Including the mother of Nobel Peace Prize laureate Nadia Murad. And game ideas. I would frosty Sarah Holly in all areas born on this land, but in bigger Snus is her brother Side. Murad is among the Yazidis who have come here in 2014. Isis rounded up and shot almost all the men and older boys. And they're morons Village of coach. Oh, Sayid was wounded Overlooked among all the bodies he managed to escape. He could have moved to Europe is a refugee, but he doesn't want to leave this land where there's been so much tragedy, or did they come in? I shall remember of vision. And now for the dish they come up with. That number was born. I come and get you if you're not getting my mother was the most peaceful, charitable person in the world. If she saw a poor person and we had only one piece of bread, she would cut it into half and give it to him. No idea, And I didn't get enough time to spend with her. We needed to have her with us longer. He takes off his dark sunglasses and wipes tears from his eyes as he body movement quotes whatever he's in all of Green uniform, a fighter now Thea's Edie paramilitary forces here in Sinjar, it's taken years even begin to exhumed bodies to identify them. Some will likely never be found. Sayid returned here after US backed Kurdish forces drove Isis out. It was a year after the massacre, and some the remains were still lying on the ground. They got hot demand. Mama, where a ditty Rusty and Beef Acela's when they came back, and so this I was very depressed because I could see their clothes, some bones. They all disappeared. I don't know who took them. Maybe animals got them or some group of people took them away. When we came back after that, we didn't see their bones. People leaves that, along with his mother's body. The grave contains the bodies of his aunts and his uncles and cousins, wives against the backdrop of so much horror and loss. The only consolation for many of the survivors has to be able to find the remains of their loved ones and bury them properly. A community center still under construction in the village of coach Joe Yazidis have gathered to give DNA's samples. The International Commission of Missing Persons based in The Hague started working to identify victims and mass graves in Bosnia. 1996. There's still not done there. It will likely take years here is well. Woz Abdullah Bas, the commission's deputy Iraq director walks me through the process we start. Take the information. Take it. In our record. There is any missing formation. After that, we shift Do the second table just on here. He would give a blood sample. Ideally, each missing persons with $3 on it's better to be, you know, Close one. So mother, Father Sir. Planes. You know, parents, six year
Battery Rollout Plan Plus Elon Musk Production Email
"We're here today we are talking about a potential roadmap for tests roll out of their new forty, six eighty battery cells, and then we have a few other news stories to go through on Tesla's well, we'll start off with batteries where we have quite a bit of new information coming from a very active Ilan on twitter today and the first tweet I want to highlight here is on the forty-six, eighty sal and gigabyte lint yuan in response to whole Mars on twitter says quote Berlin will. Use Forty eighty sell with structural battery pack and front and rear single piece castings. Also new paint system. A lot of new technology will happen in Berlin, which means significant production risk Fremont and Shanghai will transition in about two years when new tack is proven and quote this whole situation with the ramp up of Gigabit, Lan has caused quite a bit of confusion because we do expect that to happen sometime pretty early in twenty twenty one probably sometime in q two would be the start production. But Tesla on the other hand side a lot of the technology during Battery Day was still in sort of a pilot phase and I think there were a lot of sumptious that initially this new Salle would be used in the Plaid Model S, which we know isn't expected until late twenty, twenty one. So that's where the confusion comes in of. Okay. What cells are going to be used in that initial motto why Production Pretty early next year from Giga Berlin with this tweet from Ilana it. Appears that we now have a pretty conclusive answer that from the beginning, it seems like tussle will be trying to use those forty six eighty tablets, battery cells, as well as these of of sell to pack or released sell to vehicles structure battery format as for the chemistry used in those cells. Tesla during the Battery Day presentation split up into three groups, iron based Nicholas, manganese, and high nickel in terms of cathodes and the model why image did appear in the nickel plus manganese section of that. Approach. So presumably, that's what we would see in the model. Why though did add in another tweet that quote we do expect to make heavy use of LLP for medium range cars and stationary storage and quote with L. B.. Being with the modern phosphate I think one of the key questions around the ramp up of the model y from Berlin is how Tesla handles that and the potential osborne effect that that could have on Mata y from let's say Shanghai or from Fremont this could be one of those ways if actually starts off with a lithium iron phosphate model Y in Berlin that would be. Obviously, a lower end vehicle that may have specs more comparable to what Tesla's producing today and Fremont, and presumably soon in Shanghai on the other hand, it would be a little bit unusual for Tesla to start production with some of that lower and vehicle usually they start on the higher end that work their way down. So I think whichever way Tesla approaches it is going to have its own set of issues and that's going to be one of the most interesting things to see how it gets handled. Next year we'll set that aside for now I wanNA talk more about the production and the timelines. Year homers reaction to this on twitter I'm not GonNa read all of it here but basically, he said that you had sandbagged the presentation during battery died in terms of of the timelines and he replied to those tweets by saying quote prototypes or a piece of cake. A high volume production of a new technology is extremely hard takes much longer than people think to climb the production s curve I can't emphasize enough that production is by far the hard part and quote this was something that Yulon emphasized consistently throughout the day presentation saying that not all the stuff is fully functional yet in a full. High speed production type of way just working really right now in a pilot line and with somewhat low yields or not yields up to what they would like quite yet. So that's what Tesla is working on figuring out right now at that pilot line, and once they do that hopefully, they can expand the concepts used in that pilot line pretty quickly in Gigabyte Lynn but I think that is the uncertainty that remains if the main issue is yield, Tesla knows how to settle this stuff up and they can get some production out of it. They may just not be able to produce at a higher. Rate for some period of time until those yields improve, obviously it's going to be more capital efficient if Tesla can figure that out on the pilot line before expanding dramatically in. Giga. Burlington but it's not like it's a binary thing. There's a lot of new technology here a lot of different steps in this process that Tesla's working on making more efficient and I'm sure some of those advancements those new technologies are ready to go right now with high yields while others such as the dry battery electrode process will probably take tesla a little bit more time to perfect. But just because a part of that. Process is imperfect yet doesn't mean that there's not going to be any production. It just means that production is going to be constrained until TUSLA can improve that the other element here that we haven't talked about yet is what about Giga Texas it seems pretty clear that if did you, Berlin is going to be using the new cell right off the bat. Then Gig a Texas probably also doing the same as we've talked about the targeted date for first substantial completion forget Texas is may first twenty twenty one. So we put all that together. It seems like by Q. Three next year Tesla is aiming. To have these new cells being produced at three locations, the pilot line and Fremont Gigabyte Lynn and access. So let's breakdown how this all might fit together and how it might spread across various product lines and will start with a couple of points. Tesla. Made at Battery Day. So the first is the plan Tesla said that in twenty twenty two, they hope to produce one hundred gigawatt hours of battery cells in house. We also know that the pilot line in Fremont, they hope to get that to output of ten gigawatt hours per year. But over time they hope to have each assembly line be capable. Of An output of twenty gigawatt hours per year. So piecing all these things together, I've put together a hypothetical forty-six eighty battery roadmap emphasis on hypothetical because a lot of this is just guesswork at this point in time but hopefully, we can kind of use this as a starting point and have a discussion about it and slowly gain more confidence in this roadmap as time goes by. So to orientate those of you that are watching on video on the left hand side, I have the products and then a hypothetical average capacity for each battery pack inside of those products then I have a table with. The number of units from each location the Fremont Pilot Line Giga Berlin and Gigi Texas, and then a second table showing the amount of batteries that would be required in gigawatt hours for that level of production each year
NPR Shopping Cart Economics: How Prices Changed At A Walmart In 1 Year
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Let's do it our goal was to track how the trade war with China might trickle down to shoppers at America's biggest retail store chain shoelaces how much four dollars Manila folder sharpie marker porpoises is this right behind you and Scott Toilet paper. That's going to be on. I all twenty three. We begin with the first tariffs. The White House imposed last year on imports from China and some from Mexico so Canada. We started tracking prices of about eighty items at this Walmart. I don't think I've ever spent this much time grocery store ever in now now. It's a year later and here's what we found some prices in our shopping cart climbed significantly at least in part because of the tariffs a set of two table lamps by better homes and gardens now costs ten percent more Sylvania lightbulbs fresh garlic and a stanley screwdriver are more expensive to we've been tracking a girl's bicycle chosen with the help of an expert all their you. Richard these like stealing the most the swan that bike made by Kent is now six percent more expensive. The makers of all these items did not comment on our specific products but some of them confirmed that tariffs half Bush washed them to raise prices though overall and this is a big takeaway the impact of tariffs proved uneven many of the prices did not change a few you actually went down for example the two most expensive things we tracked a video TV and a Hamilton Beach Microwave. They are made in China but they got cheaper. That's it's because TV's and electronics get cheaper. Every year. Terrorists are only part of the story prices go up and down for lots of reasons for example costs of transportation in and Labor but overall when we looked at the prices inside our tariff inspired shopping cart we found that on average the change we saw was an increase crease of more than three percent. That's almost double the current rate of inflation. These things really are pretty complex and it's very hard to forecast the prices will change. Emily Wong is an economist at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Let's say the tariff is one dollar. It doesn't necessarily mean gene that if you're purchasing. Let's say a piece of clothing that was like twenty nine dollars now. You're going to have to pay thirty. We it's even possible that the remains twenty nine dollars or even go below that's because makers and sellers don't like raising prices they want to get shoppers into stores not scare them mm away and retailers like Walmart are powerful they get the final say on the prices that you see and they're also big they can spread the new costs around on the whole store or absorb them and even pressure the brands and manufacturers to bear more of the burden every company that imports anything from China China is now making this calculation take for example makers of pet products like a dog leash in our NPR basket. They don't WanNa have to ask these costs along to pet owners but unfortunately it's becoming more and more necessary. Mike Vogler is the head of the pet industry joint advisory council the plastic fabric and metal that go into making taking pets crates bowls and collars have been hit by new tariffs what we're finding used really throughout the entire life cycle of pet care products. Everyone's feeling the pinch. This and ultimately prices are going to have to continue to go up in fact shoppers are only starting to feel tariffs in the first few waves the trump administration specifically targeted industrial industrial materials and parts rather than consumer products to avoid shocking Americans with price hikes to the White House. The goal of tariffs is to make Chinese imports. It's more expensive so that American companies move production and jobs back to the US but few companies have actually been able to do that. Many state put our switch to other foreign countries and that's of course one of the problems with five lateral trade battles is like whack a mole. Joel bracket is the chief economist at IHS Hs Market for example China and Vietnam both fish in the same waters for the fish that we get from that part of the world so Vietnam trade with the US booming right now. This kind of reshuffling has been happening across many products including clothes consoles furniture in some cases like with shoes. The vast majority have historically come from China. Now more tariffs are kicking in this month next month and in December by the end of the year almost everything imported from China from apple juice used toys laptops will all have a new tax and our shopping cart might get pricier. Alina saw you NPR news he lebatard Jelly Sally screaming. We want crunchy are going to start that debate. 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