35 Burst results for "Two Thousand Thirteen"

Climate Change Presents Challenges for Watershed Managers

Climate Cast

01:48 min | 8 months ago

Climate Change Presents Challenges for Watershed Managers

"I'm standing here with tiffany shuffler. She's the project and land manager for the mini ha ha creek watershed district. Hi tiffany paul. Thanks for having me. So tell us where we're standing today. We are standing at what we call the divide of our upper watershed in lower watershed. So were standing at the on. Top of the grays bay dam which is where lake minnetonka ends to the east and then we are at the headwaters of miniature creek so given climate change in minnesota and in your watershed which basically includes a lot of the western and southwestern twin cities what new challenges does climate change present for watershed management. Here you know as water managers were tasked with trying to Reduce flooding and reduce pollution. And that's what you're tasked with what you're giving is how much rainfall from the sky. And also you're given a landscape that developed over a century ago so a lot of these homes were developed during the dust bowl when it was the dryness of times. And now we're coming out of the wettest of times so now there's this conflict with you know homes infrastructure of Whether it's surface water groundwater flooding happening and people you know being like. I understand climate change but my basements flooding or my front yard flooding. Who's going to do something about it. What kind of extreme lake and creek flow levels have you observed in the past decade or two on the lake and the creek. You know two thousand thirteen two thousand nineteen where the wettest seven years on record so wet in fact that we had an extra year's worth of rain squeezed in there but then there's also been these drastic swings to dry and we've had them very close together so for example twenty twelve was really dry year. Last time we in in real drought and then twenty fourteen. Just two years later. We had record flooding.

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Ryan Braun Announces Retirement, Leaves Behind a Complicated Legacy

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

02:01 min | 8 months ago

Ryan Braun Announces Retirement, Leaves Behind a Complicated Legacy

"Ryan braun The the brewers formally announced his retirement. Yesterday he announced. Its milwaukee brewers. And i gotta say this. Because i i think of ryan braun is being Like lance armstrong of of baseball Not only did he use pd's but he also attacked people leading up to that most notably the sample collector specifically went after him Publicly accused him of being anti semitic He called other players when he was a i. You know. I had the first positive drug tests. He told them look this. This collector was coming after me. he's an anti semite. And i thought it was just despicable. And so i give mark at nausea. The brewers credit for his loyalty that braun. I'd say this. He's a better person than i am. A given that. If i were mark grad nausea after bron lied about you being a pd user and then accepted a sixty game suspension. What was it a half year suspension. I would have never forgiven him after giving him that. Huge contract mark attanasio did no in from afar. That's my viewpoint to. I can't get passed it. He tried to destroy. Somebody's life yup and he lied. You know that was. He gave that speech in february of two thousand twelve. It wasn't until two thousand thirteen that he finally got caught up in the biogenesis investigation and got his suspension. I get it in milwaukee they the fans there for gave them gave them standing ovations. You know on the field is the third greatest brewer of all time. You know buying rodney out in honor for me. I just can't get past. His initial reaction is. Denial is lies. And you know great player. No doubt thirty thirty. Mvp all that. But you know. I think i would hope. He looks back in wishes he had done at all differently.

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Dave Eggers: Is Limitless Choice a Good Thing?

Sway

02:15 min | 8 months ago

Dave Eggers: Is Limitless Choice a Good Thing?

"So let's start talking about this book the every so it's a sequel to your two thousand thirteen book the circle which is about a search company that bears its will essentially or possibly facebook. Tell me why you decided to write. This sequel in which the circle gobbles up in ecommerce company named after south american jungle so basically amazon and creates the every Which one character called the most monopolistic control hungry corporation ever to plague the world. So why do the sequel tell me how you thought about this. Well i think you know. When when i was done with the circle i had never thought about a sequel never written a sequel to anything and But i kept taking notes. And i sort of you know would jot things down over time and i remember at one point A friend of mine who She treats students at a college. She's that she was on campus psychologist and She was saying that the thing that her students came in with more than anything. The thing that problem that plagued them was choice. There were anxious about a lot of things but more and more students needed how more and more students were plagued with like unlimited choices unlimited. Input too much to think about on a given day and too many choices to make on a given day. And i thought that was really interesting because we would think you know at this sort of apex point of human evolution. We would want all these choices and sort of that would be some sort of glorious now plays to arrive at that we could order anything and have it arrive at our doorstep the next morning but these kids were far more anxious than they had been ten years before in fifteen years before and i thought well that's an interesting starting point and what if there were a monopoly that would not only sort of tell you which choices are correct which ones are the most You know beneficial to the environment and progressive in different ways and they would help you given your preferences and algorithm ick sort of determined personality. They'd help you become a better version of yourself and the ultimate version of yourself as a personal person and a member of the broader

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Apple Watch Executive Takes Over Secretive Car Project

Geek News Central

01:09 min | 9 months ago

Apple Watch Executive Takes Over Secretive Car Project

"Apples always pushing the edge. And i thought apple kind of watched walked away from from cars but the apple watch executive is taking over secretive car project now. Just two days before hideaway. Doug field ahead of apple secretive car project that tech china's tap apple watch exact former adobe. Co kevin lynch to take his place so in the latest changing of the guard for the project known as project titan which is rotated leaders about as much as reporting shifted focused They replace individual so he's been working on this since july when he was brought in to help develop the vehicle software. He's been with apple since two thousand thirteen. Curiously bloomberg rights at lynch still reports to apple's cheap chief operating officer jeff williams and not to john daria the company's head of ai. So we'll keep a watch on what's apple doing anything apple build some apple bands will

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Remembering Michael K. Williams & His Legacy

Awards Chatter

01:48 min | 9 months ago

Remembering Michael K. Williams & His Legacy

"Today's episode. We remember the magnificent character actor. Michael kenneth williams. Who was found dead on monday of a suspected drug overdose at the age of fifty. Four williams was a five time emmy nominee for best supporting actor in a limited series or tv movie for bessie in two thousand fifteen. The night of in two thousand sixteen and when they see us in two thousand nineteen for best informational series or special for vice in two thousand eighteen. He was an executive producer of the show. And for best supporting actor in a drama series this year for hbo's lovecraft country indeed. Even before his tragic passing he was the favourite to take home. His first statuette on september nineteenth williams also appeared on the sopranos alias. Boston legal happened. Leonard and many other acclaimed. Tv shows as well as in films. Such as two thousand seven's gone baby gone two thousand nine the road and two thousand thirteen twelve years a slave which won the best picture oscar but he was best known for his work on to other. Hbo drama series for which he criminally never was even for an emmy the wire on which he played omar little and boardwalk empire on which he played chalky white the wire which was created by david. Simon is considered by many including me to be the greatest show in the history of television. And he the greatest character on it a gay shotgun-wielding stick up man who terrified even baltimore's most hardened criminals whistling hunting. We will go as he stopped the streets and famously warning one challenger you come at the king you best not miss. The new york times described the character quote one of primetime preeminent anti heroes in a tv era defined by them close quote

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Remembering Michael K. Williams & His Legacy

Awards Chatter

01:58 min | 9 months ago

Remembering Michael K. Williams & His Legacy

"Today's episode. We remember the magnificent character actor. Michael kenneth williams. Who was found dead on monday of a suspected drug overdose at the age of fifty. Four williams was a five time emmy nominee for best supporting actor in a limited series or tv movie for bessie in two thousand fifteen. The night of in two thousand sixteen and when they see us in two thousand nineteen for best informational series or special for vice in two thousand eighteen. He was an executive producer of the show. And for best supporting actor in a drama series this year for hbo's lovecraft country indeed. Even before his tragic passing he was the favourite to take home. His first statuette on september nineteenth williams also appeared on the sopranos alias. Boston legal happened. Leonard and many other acclaimed. Tv shows as well as in films. Such as two thousand seven's gone baby gone two thousand nine the road and two thousand thirteen twelve years a slave which won the best picture oscar but he was best known for his work on to other. Hbo drama series for which he criminally never was even for an emmy the wire on which he played omar little and boardwalk empire on which he played chalky white the wire which was created by david. Simon is considered by many including me to be the greatest show in the history of television. And he the greatest character on it a gay shotgun-wielding stick up man who terrified even baltimore's most hardened criminals whistling hunting. We will go as he stopped the streets and famously warning one challenger you come at the king you best not miss. The new york times described the character quote one of primetime preeminent anti heroes in a tv era defined by them close quote given this week. Sad news i thought i would resurface an interview that i recorded with williams just over a decade ago. Shortly after the first season of boardwalk empire

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New England Patriots Cut Cam Newton; Mac Jones to Start

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

01:26 min | 9 months ago

New England Patriots Cut Cam Newton; Mac Jones to Start

"Speaking with our breaking news at foxborough. The patriots are releasing cam newton. And we'll move forward with as their quarterback pro football focus posted this week that the alabama rookie has the best preseason rookie passing rate since two thousand thirteen and now look to do with him. Couldn't do last year. Get new england back to the playoffs. Oh shannon what will be the patriots record with mac as a start of the season trying to look as you mentioned. I've tried to schedule and looking at it I say this is gonna make the playoffs. And so i believe it's gonna take ten wins for them to make the playoffs. So i'm gonna go ten ten and seven at the bare minimum possibly lebanon states. But i'll be conservative. I'll say ten and seven I think mayfield play well. I know they're not going to rely olmec as much as maybe some of the other quarterbacks but they're going to run the football i believe they're going to be a top five running team and everything they do is going to be predded gonna be set up the running game so they're gonna be heavy play action. They went to the to tidy. As they went and got a hindrance free agency got john newsouth upgraded the wide receiver position. I think decide nelson born. Yeah so they got some weapons. I man i still like jacoby. Myers i like here tomorrow. Watching the better he gets. I really liked jacoby. Myers in so with that being said skipped. I'm gonna say they go tunas seven and they make the playoffs.

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The Fight to Save Sunflower Sea Stars

Short Wave

01:42 min | 9 months ago

The Fight to Save Sunflower Sea Stars

"Going to be talking about a veracious sea creature that can have up to twenty four arms and the person will be talking to is. Npr science correspondent. Now greenfieldboyce hainault. Hey there emily. I have only two arms. But i am nonetheless here to tell you about these things. I want all your arms around this story. Tell us about this. Many armed briny beast. Well it's a sea star it. It's one of the biggest in the world. It can be the size of a trash can lid or a manhole cover or something like that. It's called the sunflower see star. Yeah so these things used to be common all along the west coast from alaska. All the way down to baja california in northern mexico. Yeah i've heard of these. I've seen pictures. They're beautiful though used to be. I mean those are some ominous words. It is a grim grim situation. This species is critically endangered. It seems to be dying off. it's just disappearing from lots of places. Some people think it's completely extinct in california and this is a big deal because the sunflower see star is a top predator. It eats animals like muscles and sea urchins and keeps their numbers in check. I didn't realize that the sunflower see stars. A top predator. I know that sea stars though have for years been plagued by disease off. The west coast is that. What's killing sunflower stars to. Yes so this is a wasting syndrome. And scientists can't agree on what's causing it it's hitting more than twenty sea star species since the big die off in two thousand thirteen on both the east and the west coast but a researcher named jason hodan told me that sunflowers he stars seem to be particularly susceptible. Really do kind of like dissolve into a pile of goo. It's why he agreed to try raising them in

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How to Attract, Develop, and Retain Top Nonprofit Talent

Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

02:05 min | 9 months ago

How to Attract, Develop, and Retain Top Nonprofit Talent

"Great to have you and thank you so much for all the work. you do. Thanks so much for having me here. I'm a huge fan of your leadership in this field john. Well thank you The feeling is mutual so galley. Clearly you get the challenge in the sector and this is what your organization is about. Why don't you tell folks a little bit about leading edge and its origin story. And i'm also curious about the thinking about your organization being focused specifically on jewish organizations. Sure let me take this in two parts. The first is genesis origin story. So it was a dark and stormy night noticed. it was Twenty thirteen Toward the end in two thousand thirteen when an informal group of ceo's of foundations and major jewish organizations have been meeting informally for some time and The purpose of these meetings was talking about some of the major issues of major challenges facing the community in thinking about collaborative approach or shared warnings. Those types of almost like informal networking kind of conversations and at that time in sort of building up to that time the conversation was all about the leadership pipeline right. There were a lot of folks in those rooms. A lot of leaders who admitted. I'm not sure he's taking over for me when i retire in. Fill in the blank years and joan. You've talked about this gap and so in two thousand thirteen. Just like in the general nonprofit non see jared say general society jewish nonprofit sector was talking about a turnover in the c. suite of seventy five percents ninety percent by some estimates and fuelled by generational. You know what the demographics and and so this group of of really investors in the jewish ecosystem understood that there was essentially exposure to our organizations because we know that the marker of a great organization starts with a leader that that transition was going to be precarious so they wanted to do something about it and what

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What I Wish I Knew Before Starting My First Adjunct Position

The Heather Monthie Podcast

02:26 min | 9 months ago

What I Wish I Knew Before Starting My First Adjunct Position

"What i wish. I knew before i got my first adjunct teaching position as an it instructor so in this video. I wanted to share with you. One of the major things that i really wish i knew and understood before i took my first position as an adjunct instructor I think that teaching at colleges universities community colleges is a wonderful way to break into teaching. And i am very thankful to have had the opportunity that somebody gave me that opportunity and as i move forward in my career in higher education was able to give so many people their first chance at a teaching at the university level level vocational school level etc. And so what i wanted to do though is to share with you to sort of reflect back a little bit on my own career and share with you. What i just kinda wish i knew. And there's one big day. There's a lot of things that i wish that i knew. But there's a i guess one big thing so i guess i let's go back a little bit so i knew i was going to be a teacher. I've always enjoyed teaching. I love working with people and helping them achieve their goals. i i i Teaching gig was in two thousand. I actually became a certified flight instructor and You taught adults how to fly. I also taught junior junior achievement. And i taught second graders about You know finance economics that kind of stuff that was. Those are really sort of my first gigs. In teaching actually think flight instructing came a little bit later in two thousand and two And then i also started teaching online in two thousand thirteen. I started working with educators for teachers who were bringing technology into the classroom and so Obviously using technology to teach online. That was a fantastic thing to be able to bring all these things together. And then i started my phd in two thousand ten and i completed that in two thousand fourteen with the goal that i wanted to keep progressing in my career in education. What i really wanted to do was i really wanted to start my own school. I wanted to start a school that would help. People advanced their technology careers. Earn a very good income And to be able to change their lives in I was been very passionate about helping. People really just changed their financial situation and oftentimes You know having a larger income higher income really does help level up their financial

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Duct-Taping on Planes Is Having a Moment

Airplane Geeks Podcast

02:04 min | 9 months ago

Duct-Taping on Planes Is Having a Moment

"When passengers are out of control flight attendants reach for last resort and he guesses duct tape well who thought duct tape would become an essential flight attendant tool. But we've seen in the news Duck taping used on unruly passengers. There was a woman on an american airlines flight. In july there was a frontier airlines flight with a man who allegedly groped and flight attendants and then more recently at american airlines cabin crew member had some duct tape during an incident with a young passenger. Although restraint cuffs were us instead The article points out it turns out this has been happening for years if i think they. They went back and looked and news. Reports from the past include united airlines passenger in two thousand three a woman on united in two thousand eight a man on icelandair in two thousand thirteen and a woman on american in twenty eighteen so duct tape as a as a restraint isn't apparently something brand new but we are seeing awful. Lot of it This year rob. What do you think is is this an effective Or advisable even method to subdue an unruly passenger. What do you think it's a funny thing. But when when i was flying for living i mean we. We never worried about this kind of thing because at worst we might have had somebody. That was a little inebriated or and they got a little little loud. Maybe a little mouthy with a flight attendant but but we never had People swinging at cabin crew. And and i. I mean if he i think that of course. I think the story mentioned that The restraints are only used with the permission of the captain. And i'd be the first one to say man tie that man that woman

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Commodity Stocks Plummet as Climbing COVID Cases Weigh on Market

CNBC's Fast Money

02:03 min | 10 months ago

Commodity Stocks Plummet as Climbing COVID Cases Weigh on Market

"Where we start off with. The great commodity collapsed crude oil falling to its lowest level since the end of may goals at its lows of the session was a prices not seen since april of last year. Silver is now down more than eight percent in just the past week. Cobber lumber you know also down. So does this commodity selloff give you cause for concern or is it a sign that inflation will be transitory as the fed says stan. What are your thoughts tells you that they think or at least investors selling off crude who firmed up the dollar firmed out the ten year. Us treasury yield. They're telling you that they think the fed is going to start to taper soon. And if you go back to two thousand thirteen. In the december meeting the fed started to taper bond purchases from eighty five billion a month to seventy five trillion and then each subsequent meeting they started tapering ten billion dollars. Look at those three risk assets that we talked about that would signal that maybe we get it. As soon as jackson hole at the end of this month or the next meeting in september that the fed might really start speaking to now. Obviously i have no idea but when you look at crude oil i'll just tell you what happened. From december two thousand thirteen to december two thousand fourteen when that taper was in full effect crude oil in half okay so just from a technical perspective right now. Crude oil right now is broken that trend. That's been in place since the lows about a year ago or so and so technically it seems in a tough spot especially right now when the world is kind of grappling with delta variant. And maybe we're seeing less demand for your karen. That's what i think it is. i think it's delta variant. I think that you know when you have commodities and just a little bit of pulled back on demand commodities are commodities obviously so a little less demand means prices can really move especially as a commodity producers are gearing up making more. So that's what it seems to me. I'm not sure how to fit together. The very strong jobs number. That's not cover for the fed at all and yet this commodity action that is and the delta varian and the number of cases and the number of that is some cover for the fed.

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Gordon Chang Explains China's Massive Belt and Road Initiative

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:27 min | 10 months ago

Gordon Chang Explains China's Massive Belt and Road Initiative

"Or tributary nations. That will be simply vassals. Is that an over-simplification. How does one belt one road work. What is the global vision for china as it looks at the world coming up to the hundred anniversary of the communist revolution the belton road initiative as it's now called is really started out. As to initiatives there was a belt and these were announced the in september two thousand thirteen there was a belt which was to connect the east coast of china to europe and it was a road which was a water route connecting both locations east coast of china and europe since then Dalton road has been extended around the world and they've added the digital silk road which started out life in two thousand fifteen or so as a separate plan but was incorporated into belt road so belton road is really an attempt to build the infrastructure to tie the world to china now. This gets a little bit complicated. I've never really been too worried about belton road largely because i've tracks long hong kong. I didn't do infrastructure work but my firm did and i can tell you that. All of the economically justifiable projects in the world were being handled by the private sector. What china's doing is building the infrastructure. That nobody else wanted to. Yeah and so and subsidizing it been below market rates. Yes there is a danger. Though and that is we have seen What's called dead trapped diplomacy because these projects are not economically justifiable for the most part but what china has been able to do was to uses position as a creditor to take over control of facilities so for instance it took control of hambantota which is important sri lanka. We know that china has used. Its colombo international container terminal also sri lanka For military purposes djibouti china's really offshore military installation is in a country that has a debt to china that is probably an excess of one hundred percent of its gross domestic product. So that's no coincidence. But the reason why. I've get really worried about belton. Road is because of the bahamas. Yes in the bahamas. Hong kong firm is pouring something like three billion. Maybe a little bit more into the freeport container port. It's also there's a

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Gun Violence in America: Newark

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

02:10 min | 10 months ago

Gun Violence in America: Newark

"For decades newark new jersey was listed among the country's most dangerous large city. Going to begin with that breaking news in newark. Police are confirming. This was a targeted shooting. Deadly shootings in newark. In less than two days the city of about two hundred and seventy thousand six just on the other side of the hudson river from new york and had the nation's third worst murder rate for large cities in two thousand thirteen or almost fifty consecutive years newark had been in the top ten most violent city. List's akilah arouses the president of the newer community street team. A group that works to reduce crime through community outreach cheryl says by the nineteen sixties newark and particularly its communities of color suffered under the weight of poverty discrimination and violence and it was made worse when crack. Cocaine hit the street. In the nineteen eighty. All of us agree that the gravest domestic threat facing our nation today is drug eighties. With the crack epidemic hit urban communities across the country it decimated newark as it decimated most black neighborhoods across country. Trauma was allowed to fester in ripple and and so we saw the impact of of those policies around the world drugs and world violence drugs or menacing our society they're threatening our values and undercutting our institutions how it impacted like kind of young black men and also communities of color all across the country newark was no not excluded from that but starting in two thousand fourteen things began to change newark new jersey tonight. Tatting a big drop in crime and cheryl says with the election of mayor razz baraka. The city took a new approach immediately. Started the work on building out. This complementary strategy to policing the newark community street team as he at the same time started to doing some reform within the police department. The raka broad public safety under one umbrella police fire and other safety groups under a newly created department of public safety. A move to the city says help simplify operations and reduce costs but it would take more than that to see lasting change. There has been progress helped. In part by a legal settlement in two thousand sixteen the city of newark reached an agreement with the department of justice following an investigation into newark. Police

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Biden Directs Agencies to Develop Cybersecurity Standards for Critical Infrastructure

Cyber Security Headlines

01:58 min | 10 months ago

Biden Directs Agencies to Develop Cybersecurity Standards for Critical Infrastructure

"Federal agencies directed to develop cybersecurity standards for infrastructure president biden issued this directive to federal agencies which will establish voluntary cybersecurity goals for critical infrastructure companies. The project will be headed by cc and nist which will coordinate with other agencies a preliminary baseline security standard will be due by september with final goals within a year the agencies will also have a year to determine whether additional legal authorities would be beneficial to safeguard critical infrastructure. This comes after a may executive order to establish cybersecurity baselines for federal agencies themselves and last week's cyber security requirements for oil pipeline operators issued by the tsa controversial vulnerability search engine re released at defcon security researchers alejandro cassandra's and jason hopper planned to release an upgraded version of punk spider at defcon. A search engine which constantly crawls the web and automatically publishes hackel vulnerabilities in websites as well as a chrome plug into skin visited sites both ranked sites and a scale of one to five dumpster fires. The search engine will mostly be scanning for low hanging fruit looking for seven kinds of explainable. Bugs repeatedly trying variations of common hacking methods to check if a site vulnerable punks originally launched in two thousand thirteen before lapsing due to lack of funding around two thousand fifteen. Its initial incarnation scant websites. Once a year the most exploit vulnerabilities of the year joint security advisories from the australian cyber security center the uk national cybersecurity center cease and the fbi. This is the most commonly exploited security vulnerabilities from twenty twenty and twenty twenty one across the three countries. Most of these vulnerabilities are recently discovered showing that threat actors can weaponize security flaws increasingly quickly to exploit systems vulnerabilities to microsoft exchange accelerate. Vm ware and ford top. The twenty one list while twenty twenty feature the windows net log on privilege escalation atlassian remote code execution and the citrus netscaler directory transversal.

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Connecting the Dots for Publishers Feat. Kavita Shenoy

Advertising Is Dead

02:28 min | 10 months ago

Connecting the Dots for Publishers Feat. Kavita Shenoy

"Welcome back to advertising his dead beard. Coweta aiko w we finally doing this And i'm seeing finally because we went through some circles to start off this recording value for you. You had to figure room. Happy valley do the he'd be head of walmart. Divide before we could record. I have had a warm up in more than one. Run up and down. These takings is a be shouting about connected loom. That's not sounding roomy. Because she was upset about the fact that might have f. But i'm also happy doing this. Because i know over the last few months of admin gonna visions space in what's happening with that going to india listener unnoticed. Ingeborg the ghana. Meaning everything else. But there's another huge offered. And i know what you been building really focus on. I i want to start off by asking a The idea for the company come about our the inception and and what can lead you to starting it off so we started out long back we. We broke ground on this company. I wanna save ideo. As i was at google and i was. I wanted to work with above decide. Oh because there was a steam On the youtube side of the business of gruber who was doing a lot of work with publishers. And i happen to go along with them for some meetings and realized that most of these publishers relying heavily on youtube under decision because of that time you know Disposing aren't dando. Content distribution was still a bit expensive proposition for most. Oh more sto- in content creators. it hadn't been democratize as much as it is today. And it wasn't as cheap but they understand that data. They didn't know what do and youtube and actually google as an organization is all about simplifying scanning they don't actually give each publisher. You know very very alert expedience is onto lacrosse required for scheme. And that's davis martin but every publisher like you know has different contents dodgy so they have to use their data differently so when the ida struck me back in two thousand thirteen and then by the time i must have the courage to quit twenty fourteen and i met the founder who then don't duma co-founders Beat the tech Background an illegitimate. Who come with who has offered engineers and we basically decided to tackle the long tail. Initially world'll all of these were publishers. And tell them how to use u.

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Alphabet's New Moonshot Company: Intrinsic

Techmeme Ride Home

01:48 min | 10 months ago

Alphabet's New Moonshot Company: Intrinsic

"Alphabet has a new moonshot. it's called intrinsic a new company to build. Apparently although we're not entirely sure software for industrial robots and so intrinsic will join alphabets portfolio of other bets that includes the likes of waymo wing and verily quoting the verge details on what exactly intrinsic is building or who its customers will be are unclear a blog post from the company's new ceo. Wendy ten white discusses intrinsic ambitions in broad terms saying it will quote unlocked the creative and economic potential of industrial robotics for millions more businesses entrepreneurs and developers and by creating software that will make industrial robots quote easier to use less costly and more flexible and quote. Robotics have been an obsession at google for years. But the company's efforts have been unfocused and have yet to produce any commercial hits in two thousand thirteen. Google went on a shopping spree for robots buying seven companies and roughly six months including shaft a japanese firm known for bipedal robots boughten dali makers of very cool viral videos and boston dynamics which needs no introduction. The effort was named replicant. And headed. By andy rubin and executive who co founded the android mobile operating system over the years though. No news emerged from replicant. And google either sold off or shut down most of its acquisitions. Why partly because robots are hard to make and not very profitable but also because of rubin's departure from the company in two fourteen after being accused of sexual misconduct which google kept secret at the time. Since replicates failure the company has focused more on the software side of things using machine learning to teach robots to manipulate objects without direct supervision. This place into google strengths and will apparently be intrinsic focus. Going

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Finding the Meaning in the 2020 Pew Study With Tema Smith

Judaism Unbound

01:58 min | 10 months ago

Finding the Meaning in the 2020 Pew Study With Tema Smith

"To some extent the genesis of judaism unbound in a bit of roundabout way as the previous pew study. That came out in two thousand thirteen. Took us a few years to our act together and start the podcast but it was kind of jumping off that understanding of the jewish community as looking different from the way a lot of people thought it did and facing that optimistic way in a lot of people were reading about it and we were whatever. The opposite of fretting is we were. We were ready to embrace this and figure out what it all means and we wanted to have you on starting to talk based on the two thousand twenty p study because he wrote this great piece or put together this great piece to think about how the data of the study could be presented in a way that would give it a different reception. Let's say within the jewish community. So could we start with you just describing a little bit about some of the examples of what you put out there and also like what motivated you to do this. Yes shera so one of the things that really stuck with me. After the last few study was how the data was presented where there was actually what it was showing was actually an increase in for example jewish identification for children of interfaith families and things like that but the data was being presented as doomsday scenario. That you know Children of interfaith families are less likely to be jewish and so when this time around the study came out. That was the first chart i looked for. And guess what it said the same thing but the chart had said intermarried parents much less likely to be raising their children jewish and i looked at it and actually it looks like the numbers had gone up from the previous time and yet we were still telling the doomsday narrative and it was very clear to me. They're the majority of jews who have married somebody of a different background or raising their children. Jewish this is a very different picture than comparing to a jewish jewish couple

"two thousand thirteen" Discussed on The Futur

The Futur

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand thirteen" Discussed on The Futur

"Heartbreaking and these are like works of fiction and to see it in real life. It's just i can't fathom the the mental scarring that this would take so you luckily in these many hours that you had free spent productively building your career as a designer returning back to what you studied in school right And so when when you make this break from law enforcement and becoming a full-time designer so i think this was two thousand thirteen around there. Yeah made.

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"two thousand thirteen" Discussed on Oh Behave! Podcast

Oh Behave! Podcast

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand thirteen" Discussed on Oh Behave! Podcast

"Hello and welcome to behave. I am your host. Brian middleton and today we have todd word is our guest. Thanks real pleasure talking you toss a little bit about yourself sure. yeah my phd in two thousand thirteen from university of reno Had an interesting journey in behavior analysis..

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"two thousand thirteen" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand thirteen" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

"Not very different. I was yeah. I was gonna ask about this. I know definitely. Because i know you've gone into you and i know you have a recovery movement for people that have been subjected to an k. Ultra procedures and I guess i was curious. Okay well before we go there. Because i know that's going to get very intense than i. I'd really want to go into it. Because i'm fascinated by what you've dug up on this since it's such a i mean you know it's out there and k. Ultra you could look at the cia files. It's out there. But i don't know the extent of eggs and i also don't now how much is Well at necessarily how it fully relates to the et world and especially the hybridization stuff. Which i know you go into But tell me this before. We go there when you had this experience in two thousand thirteen. Was it something that you woke up after and new immediately or did it come back to you. Gradually through regression hypnotherapy that kind of stuff and it all made sense. I want to get that piece before you going to really delve into what this was an an how to look at what this could be for other people experiencing it. Yeah sure this was a fully conscious experience so You know when. I when i became conscious again on my bed i i knew immediately what had happened. I remembered everything. Vividly felt everything vividly. I had the marks on my body that appeared. And i had these activated abilities so and entrust me at the time i mean. I'm also skeptical. You know i. I thought it was that a dream young and i thought you know what just happened. I mean i don't have weeping Problems or any kind of the synonymous you know walks or anything like that so It was just incredible and I knew that something had happened. But i think for me. The confirmation was My activated psychic abilities which affected literally my life and my work for the next three months after that experience..

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"two thousand thirteen" Discussed on  Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand thirteen" Discussed on Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

"Not be just a management company. We didn't want to be like. Oh yeah somebody just opened a management company today. Oh wow that's new. You know exactly that we won't. We've only got like twelve hundred of them throughout the country. It's like we didn't. We didn't want that concept. We didn't we didn't want to do that. We don't want jobs. Go be all year. Let's go buy a hotel and let's call ourselves a management company and we run our own hotel that we bought you know so i mean we want to. We don't wanna do that. You know so. And that's kind of how we were looking at it but i mean that's that's what i would say is were the technology face did come out and we looked at technology and we were like okay. We're gonna do technology but we're going to do a unique phase of technology. We're going to do something that the industry has never seen. And that's where he human came bell. I was just gonna ask. Can you tell us what this technology is. I'm so excited. I also kind of like before you jump into. Actually that part you tell me like what really got you into the technology back in two thousand thirteen or twelve when you were you know managing or ceo or whatever position. You're out like what was really getting you into technology. Was that something you were trying to solve on your own i was. I figured my vision started twenty. Thirteen with technology was that okay. Why are doing so much when we have technology when we have our smartphones. We have at that time. I think was three and i'm like we have enough speed to do things. Why are our front desk agents filling now logs you know. Why are we calling to guest for a wakeup call. Or why are we calling two guests for a courtesy call or departure call. Mean these are all technology items. These are all items that can be easily done..

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"two thousand thirteen" Discussed on Secrets to Win Big With Arjun Sen

Secrets to Win Big With Arjun Sen

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand thirteen" Discussed on Secrets to Win Big With Arjun Sen

"I learned corporate love. And to me. I think especially the second. One is very important because the world doesn't need another bug. The board needs that. One of one who i did not know exist and to me again i would. I got to know you. I was really fascinated by our conversation. Where on day. One you were kind enough to see my needs and you literally gave me everything of course other than your credit card number and social security number which i'm still waiting for but it was so incredible that you right of saul what i needed and you write to gave that to me and so to me. I truly appreciate you know how you are unique. A giving person. And that's one of the things i think. Even though you talk about getting to know people a lot of the things i have seen in interactions as knowing his knockabout knowing is about giving and i want to from their pivot to the incredible sign. Which is there behind you. Embrace the chaos so to me. You're really committed to that. You'll businesses of all your written a book amazing bestseller about it. So what's the promise of the book. Quinn anybody reads the book. What should be wanting that they do. Not know that niche from bob. They should take away from that. Look i think we're living in times of profound change. Complexity uncertainty and speed origin. And we see. I've been saying this for since the book came out in two thousand thirteen before that i had to blog so obvious hang this for ten years. We're living in these very chaotic times. And then promise of the book is that to recognize that you can't control the chaos. You can't control the world you could only control yourself your words your thoughts actions so the promise of the book is to continue moving forward if i were to summarize it in to where two words move forward keep moving forward because because you must must believe that what is hard and what is difficult which is chaos will make you better. We'll make your business.

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"two thousand thirteen" Discussed on Fancy Free Podcast

Fancy Free Podcast

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand thirteen" Discussed on Fancy Free Podcast

"He's been co located between in los angeles since two thousand thirteen in two thousand nineteen. He was recognized as a distinguished foreign expert by the beijing government and appointed to serve a five-year term as an advisor to the chinese film and tv industry..

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"two thousand thirteen" Discussed on CXR Podcast

CXR Podcast

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand thirteen" Discussed on CXR Podcast

"We're glad you're here so let me introduce our next presenter which is a a friend of ours. Acts occur crossroads. Which is susan lobont. Susan is the ceo and founder of exactly one of the things that Really attracted me to her her voice within the community and i mentioned at the beginning of the call. She wrote an article. That was referenced in a discussion that jerry had oddly based book that had had to do with back in two thousand thirteen and can women have it all which of course. We've all had that kind of debate and love susan's honesty. And i love her point of view. And i couldn't relate to an article more especially one that was eight years old and so i asked her to come speak and she is with us. Susan of would you like to draw like need to drive our Would you take controls whichever you prefer. Alright i'll give it to you.

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"two thousand thirteen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand thirteen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Back in two thousand thirteen we went out to Sioux falls South Dakota for a series about parts of this economy that were working better at the local level then maybe might have been apparent by looking at the national headlines and one of the companies we visited back then was a small business called grand prairie foods it makes eggs and stuff hotel breakfast buffets and packaged breakfast sandwiches for grocery and convenience stores it is also literally down the road like a mile mile and a half from that Smithfield pork processing plant that's been one of the hot spots of the pandemic that you might heard about anyway Caroline back is the CEO of Grand Prix fruit misled Mecca to talk to you again Hey hi good to talk to you as well tell me would you know what this thing look like on the way and for grand prairie foods well it's been quite an adventure out here in the heartland and and actually when when things started to unravel back in March across the country hi I was on vacation with my wife in South Africa and we we literally landed the week that things are really starting to heat up and I got back home just in time to have about eighty percent of our purchase orders canceled because you know as you know were pretty heavily involved in the hospitality and travel industry with our food service operations and those folks were shutting down very quickly about that time and decided it need food anymore yeah I remember I was when we were at their number years ago I remember the whole the whole big scrambled egg thing it was it was quite the quite this set of machinery I'm so what are you what did you do how did you react as you work to save your business well we're still working to save our business because you know you don't replace eighty percent of your business overnight and fortunately since you've been here we established a second operation that we moved that food service business too and the plant that that that you would visit when you are out here has turned into a packaged goods facilities so you know as as happened with a lot of people as food service service operations wine wound down and we're able to ramp up packaged goods business so so that facility is running six days a week to shift today and and you know we're really pumping a lot of stuff to rebuild our business with packaged goods did you do the whole PPP loan to get some operating cash and and sort of charge over we did they're very fortunate to have qualified for that and and that quite frankly was a lifesaver it would this would be a difficult road without that so we're really really grateful that that opportunity was there I do wanna ask your salon back about the epidemiology of this thing because you are into falls as is that big Smithfield pork plant that's hard yeah how worried are you how worried were you when this was starting about please I mean I imagine probably you have family members of your workers who work that all of my that that was a rough couple weeks I tell you what because you know shortly maybe a week or two after you know we started shutting things down that that happened and so you know we are all just still kind of learning how to deal with this virus and and how to keep it out of our facilities and keep people safe and and and you're you're right we do share a lot of family members with workers over there but we had kind of heard rumors early that they were having some issues over there and so we were for two to four to this enough that we actually ask any employee who was associated with live with close family member whatever of an employee at Smithfield tech to stay home and we had them do that for two weeks and so we were fortunate that we did have some of those folks that got positive results but they weren't in our facility at the time that that happened so we were were largely able to keep it out so in Shea year what's business going to be like at the Grand Prix foods yeah also you know as I stated earlier we we lost about eighty percent of our business day one we've recovered probably close to half of that with the other package goods and you know we're we feel optimistic that within the next six to twelve months were we'll be doing okay you know we're not going to be going as well as we were before with full operations going but we feel pretty good about where we're going with our business well best of luck to you Caroline back he's the owner and CEO actually of Grand Prix two Johns who falls South Dakota the salon by Fisher touch appreciate you bet thanks I appreciate the time.

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"two thousand thirteen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand thirteen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Two thousand thirteen anyone on to remind people that he's no longer in that position he said I'm not an executive producer of Vanderpump rules I don't have anything to do with the show except I love it and that I host the reunions that's interesting physician thanks well my problem yeah but you know thanks for expanding I can trick opening up about filling the twilight series if you recall into Kendrick played the character Jessica in the twilight series and she likened it to surviving a hostage situation I don't know that that was the best move but so here's what she has to say about filling twilight she said I remember it being cold and miserable and I just remember my converse being completely soak through and feeling like you know what this is a really great group of people and I'm sure that we would be friends at different times but I want to murder everyone she said it was kind of boring but there's something about it that was like you go through trauma event like you imagine people who survive a hostage situation no and you're controlling it from no no no no no no no no no no no and no she could have stopped with it was cold and rainy and my feet were cold and I was curious and I was miserable like that's enough don't compare it to similar situation nope nope nope nope you know they don't know okay at least she was saying like yeah thank you for I don't know I'm trying to make it more palatable it won't somebody please pay attention to Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton goodness sake Steve they right after this is all over well that's exactly the headline today that the couple want to get married after covert nineteen is all done this according to sources at us weekly they say that covert nineteen has turned the world upside down as it was so many families and window she's blessed ones have the wedding as soon as social distancing guidelines are lifted you know what I why I don't know what to do with that is like I feel like we've been riding this exact same ride with them for a long long time right and I believe it when I see it yeah right exactly this is the headline for years about this apple that's why he later somebody please pay attention they want to get married guess what you guys you can get married they will you can even get married right now you can if you want to you don't have to wait you can wait for the wedding sure we want to make things legal gall nobody's stopping you that's all there we.

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"two thousand thirteen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand thirteen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Out of the B. as we get a chance to talk about these playoffs they're in prime time Ryan Tannehill leave the red eyed tightened into Foxborough for a day but the defending champs Tennessee takes on doing on that Saturday night at eight eastern five PM Pacific on CBS it was the two thousand thirteen postseason that was first up for us really we we lost our network and bill we're right into the playoffs and if I remember correctly shoot sometimes my dates are bad but if I remember correctly that was also the Superbowl that the ravens won against the Niners and did it after a power outage in New Orleans you guys remember that so there's this crazy come back other so many moments from the Superbowl and from the postseason that I search thing certainly qualifies top sports moments of the last decade you just heard the final call on fox of the cubs winning the World Series in ending their travel in two thousand sixteen we've talked about the U. S. women back to back world cups in soccer along with the U. S. men missing the World Cup how about the first sixteen feet ever to be to one feet in the NC double a tournament U. M. B. C. the retrievers over you VA who then turns around and win the title this this last year the splash brothers Steph curry the warriors five straight NBA finals the cabs rallying from three one down to win the NBA championship in two thousand sixteen Michael Phelps Usain bolt hi you could talk about the mon Biles as well and does some of the other phenomenal Olympic moments that we've seen I got this year this one because my brother mentioned that he remembered exactly where he was when he was watching it is this all a five time World Cup champion losing at home to Germany and getting routed seven to one in the semis of the two thousand fourteen World Cup so that was one that he brought to mind remembered exactly where he was when he was watching it I know a lot of you are huge and I may fail how about Conor McGregor over Jose Aldo in two thousand fifteen and fourteen seconds he knocked him out that really turned him into a superstar and also a potentially a bit of a diva Conor McGregor is certainly been one of the story line for the last decade Floyd Mayweather Manny Pacquiao the the hype leading into that fight was probably greater than the fight itself Alex so bad to the capital's winning the Stanley Cup the St Louis blues going from worst to first I've been there so many that we can talk about that we have talked about over the last several hours and and I love hearing from you I think one and I promise you that I would share my top sports moment of the last decade we have the audio to go along with it.

"two thousand thirteen" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand thirteen" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Yes two two thousand thirteen it is it's a great honor it really is what does it mean to you to be a circle winner it just it well it's just it's you know I mean I grew up here I did meet him a few times I've ever taken him one time said they were doing working at Jones said Jones has a Jones prep and I had to pick him up there in uptown I was driving down there we he's talking and stuff I don't mind I just want to get a car accident was but you know I mean I read all those books I I've moved division street America working and stuff and he was he was a character and he just you know he he. okay say he loved people he really love people I want to bring this up and maybe bring rope back in on this and I will talk a little bit more about the winners but you were talking about how some of the stuff in violence and that kind of steer you away but he'd love to Alan the human story how do you do that today for both you guys when there's limits on time and space and stuff how do you how do you do them and studs books were really really you know long and packed with oral histories how do you do that for me I'm look more SO two how much time do I have and what are the key points on the Mahdi is to get and then ultimately still put in like the longer pieces in the longer pieces of information out there because ultimately the however long I have that should draw you into deeper learning is to take you on a journey to learn more and if I put if I put that information out there the you're going to find you know other pieces to elaborate on so I think it did I really tears been a lifelong learner and I think if we can create that within the stories that we shared a matter how much time we have I think they're really like.

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"two thousand thirteen" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand thirteen" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Twenty two thousand thirteen the seven seventy five over fifteen hundred Toyotas please don't total retail sales of new Toyotas in the southeast region for twenty fourteen to twenty on four forty one hundred Hollywood Boulevard in Sherman street opened good time to buy a home if you've been thinking about buying a new house or refinancing the house you're in you need to talk to Michael Causey from the one and only choice mortgage bank that's what they do mortgages they don't do savings accounts or Christmas clubs they do mortgages and Michael because he wants me to let you know that there are now fixed mortgages in the threes you heard me right in the threes these are historic lows the guidelines have been relaxed and loan limits have been up to their increased so if you're renting you're just thrown away your money Michael because he can get you alone some people are getting into home with as little as three and a half percent down payment how cool is that and then with a mortgage in the threes you'd be crazy not to do this now some people have great credit and if you don't you're not gonna get a three percent mortgage but Michael because he will help you to get a mortgage and I am telling you throwing away money on rent a not building equity in your own home is ridiculous in this market not only that some people have a home got into some problems maybe they need a new roof maybe they got a pay off some high interest credit cards maybe they need a new.

"two thousand thirteen" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

10:39 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand thirteen" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"Drugs and an article <hes> in multiple people not just warn you know he was married you know but it was it was tough the on is you know he's got it was it was the you know and I remember doing a time when I found out about it and like I said we believe he was an apostle and we believe he had power. We we believe yeah power from God. He gets speak feet things into existence he can cause curses and all these things like that and he was so we'd never wanted to step up against them. It was like you know and people were afraid to leave and I remember went on at a time. When I found out everything else was going on the drugs and everything else it was like I wanted to go but I felt like I will be leaving? My lifeline like this is a this is my connection to God and he's all he's our voice between us and God and if I leave the search down believe my connection with God so I stay in Lord like in two thousand and ten he passed away. No he died in charge. He was headed out of town to a conference he has speak it and on the way on away their <hes> him church I I couldn't go because I've had to work that day but on the van was driving down the road does higher bus and flipped and <hes> he and along with your the people from its first passed away and all this kind of talk about this <hes> but <hes> <hes> yeah he they pass away in <hes> and I was in basically ended a church is her split after that and <hes> yeah I saw a couple of years you know I heard after that you know but it will just similar to the church. I was anxious not as bad you know. Just you know still teaching but just just not at all the trust in two thousand thirteen honest when I first heard the gospel of again that was hurt but that search is being in that church <hes> is one one one of my driving forces behind prescribe true. That's how I the reason why I started it <hes> for wanting to help others away in situations like myself. I'm in coast or under manipulation strong manipulation and is that his that happened the black community yes I it's charismatic circles mostly. I want to say that said about community but mostly like a lot of the black charismatic circles and what I've come to realize in my past I was under disarm like think about look at his past and who he was as individual outside of the tower he gave him so he issues his his family with other mother and that goes into that Kinda shows to why he project it to us as well and <hes> he. I believe at one point he jamie Lee believed what he believed but in some point you know he just got greedy. You know he's all he started power that he had was greedy and therefore there there are other guys who I know who cares medecins was asked like that who are just who are genuine and where they believe don't go as far as he took it you know <hes> but the genial but what I'm seeing as comment and it was was open its doors for stuff like that is when passers teach their flock that I am I am the voice between you and Golic. I'm the pastor right. You know I'm you know I'm the one who you can come to if you WANNA get understanding if if you want to you know which you know and it's like a twist twist trust of what we should have a pass because we should be able to go to our passes and gain understanding and get wisdom and stuff like that but it should not be the end all be all well. That's how every colts starts. I mean that we were talking earlier with the Catholic Church. That's where they started to go Ri- right. They started set themselves up as the authority to interpret scripture and once you do that you're done. I mean what God's word you manage more. That's all you have. It's right stuff man. I'm glad you're I'm glad you know got you out of it and he's using you yeah. I'm mostly Brady especially when I started and I think we hit me. The hardest <hes> a friend of mine was talking about is we came up in the same church and I was I was showing him reformed theology. You know he's he's coming into the faith and we have questions about salvation. We talk about God's US salvation in an election and own. It was funny man. He thought about something I had thought about a long time ago. He was like so you telling me like all those things that happened like auto renew. Those things happen he already those things are already there. You know and I was like I said but the thing is it's like we don't understand guys reasonably. We don't know his reason for those things but the way I look at it. It's like those things happened for my good attorney happen for my good and for his Glory Corey you know and I was like wasn't for those things I wouldn't. I can't say I mean I think I would value truth. As much as I do. You know is going through that false teaching like that you know so I I know the dangers of being under false teaching under coat like behaviors. There's a social for and Lord used that situation and not just myself but they're up. He was in that church. It was just unfortunate. It's other people at Church who have yet still come to the faith. They've gone to other false teaching churches just they just they feel like they're okay because they're not an churches manipulative by he's. He's not being as bad. He's not. He's not doing drugs but there's no gospel you know and they feel they feel safe because they don't have that manipulate manipulating pass you know so I guess I see I see sovereignty and all of that at work and I it was it was hard. It was hard pill to swallow it. I don't think about the people who pass away and and everything but man. It's like a dam so I'm grateful. Thank the Lord for His grace and His mercy. Hey Man and I love hearing that Matt Damon. This is the you know you think about for you and I we joke about being older but I mean as as we look at Jamal. This is the next generation of apologised right here after Atari thirty last December December what twentieth okay what are you December Tenth Matt. I'm ninth. I'll be sixty three so so the matt. How's that you do? You have your A._a._R._P.. Card yet. I think I do social security stuff yet or ask him about that things like that. You see folks. This is why I have to buy matt his lunch. I mean he's just he's going to be on social security soon he. He can't afford lunch afford a lot of he can't he can't he not only is he not slick enough to buy me a meal. He couldn't afford it if he did. It will happen I and the more you you remind everybody about it. Wouldn't it does happen. I freely admit you I freely admit if you ever ever and you will one day someday somehow you'll buy me a meal and I will deserve all of the abuse you give me but until that day until that day I am going to enjoy the fact that you know. Actually actually there's a clip here Matt we could play okay and this is from the guys that did the after show and others recognize this. Let me play this for you was injured the one that helps you get the podcast backup yeah he did get the podcast. You didn't help did it. Do you think the dinner for that he didn't. I liked the guys over there at the Council <hes> I I agree with them. You you know you'll make dinner or to rates is your problem. I know I didn't show up to Mantar that. I you know we had the best lady last year Manta at McDonald's men dot everybody tried forget about that that was great so so we got about twenty minutes left. Let me let me ask Jamal Jamal with with the questions you have on with apologetic all any questions that you found really difficult to answer where maybe <hes> you know matter. I might be able to to help out <hes> I found that they're interested in when I listened to you guys have accomplished something along with net long ago <hes> it was on the basis of dental science <hes> I was dating issue. I don't know that's why people like the dating things uh-huh something's dated older and dealing with carbon dating and stuff like that those are those are those are stuff that I have little difficulty with dealing with somebody acts. Just stand on what I know from scripture way. You know those are questions that come up. I'm like okay. I wish I knew more about this area. The I got to study too but <hes> what I would recommend study at more 'cause I want to assign section breath but <hes> what I would recommend getting some books <hes> Amazon look at problems with evolution and you'll find books that do various analyses and there are lots of problems with illusionary theory yeah well metal. Throw this out to you by the way I was supposed to mention to you. Matt Doctor Sylvester is in your town. He just got in today yeah so he's going to be trying to he wants to get <hes> you and Mike Riddell together <hes> and and you should actually when you live in the same town Mike. You should probably try to get Mike to help. Write some of that stuff. He's got a bunch but Dr Sylvester Book. I'll put it up here on the origin of kinds <hes> the full title is on the origin of kinds by means means of creator God and the preservation of souls for the struggle for eternity but <hes> on the origin of kinds can be you can get that at <hes> the striving for eternity. <hes> struggled for Training Dot O._R._G.. At the store <hes> that's going to actually give you a lot of you've stuff on on creation science evangelism presupposition politics so that is helpful. <hes> I got a whole bunch of books. There's ones on math. One that you like is <hes> was it icons of evolution. I recommend that book yeah. That's a good one Andrew Andrew if you don't mind if I just ended up real quick are what if I do mind I mean is it. Is it Jamal Jamal. Are you familiar with Jason Lisle Jason La Known Jason..

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"two thousand thirteen" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand thirteen" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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"two thousand thirteen" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand thirteen" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"World's best again coming to may send nine past champions of twelve who've been ranked world number one are expected to play August ten through the eighteen build Alison seven hundred W. whether aviation report with Jay Ratliff rushing by the greater Cincinnati northern Kentucky International Airport W. L. W. yes indeed Jay Ratliff we have our friends of delta who are happy not to have any seven thirty seven Max's in their fleet and it shows the really second quarter earnings yesterday the Wall Street expecting to nineteen this year first earnings delta rolled in a two thirty delta shares are up seventeen percent year to date of my correct in two thousand thirteen their stock was trading at nine dollars a share well fifty eight dollars a share today what year was that two thousand thirteen two thousand thirteen well all right elsewhere we have the the jet pack school is ready for some students you got to have some money then use of those one along with the these jet packs are actually for sale they are yeah the it's kind of a way that you can take to the skies by donning a jet pack they have the up to date jet pack training experience takes place in Los Angeles or the French Riviera fifteen thousand dollars you can have a five day experience at thirty five grand or ten days sixty five thousand dollars and yes the the jet packs which basically have a flight time of anywhere between I think eight in ten minutes at a hundred twenty miles an hour come at a cost of somewhere right around well two hundred ninety five or three hundred and forty thousand dollars a pop so money is no object and you want to take off and fly you can do it untethered you can check out the details in an exciting video or aviation blog today that's made possible by.

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"two thousand thirteen" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

08:37 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand thirteen" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Welcome back. Rush Limbaugh back in two thousand thirteen I had just returned from a trip to France, and to the Normandy beaches in rather than reflect. I'm just going to replay my comments from that day. Actually, June fifth that was actually the same day as one years ago, yesterday two thousand thirteen the whole d day invasion, particularly Omaha beach and fund. Walk have mesmerized me. I've been immersed in them. And I've learned so much in the last number years as celebrations of taken place things that I didn't know when I thought, I knew at all. A grand active deception. The Germans weren't sure where in Normandy all along the northern coast of France. The allied invasion was going to take place. They weren't sure when it was a tremendous without getting into great detail on this. The Eisenhower this command had done a terrific job in deception building fake installations along the age indicate they were coming their training in fake locations. Germans, even suspected that the invasion might if Norway and not France. The deception was so good that the German commander Rommel wasn't even site on d day he was taking a couple days off. I think it was his anniversary with his wife and Paris are back in Germany or something. The phone call early in the morning. Guess what general or under assault, here, it was a tremendous even with that ACTA deception the number of Americans were killed allied forces killed a stunning. Two hundred thousand part of the invasion, all along the north coast of France and its importance that in the battle of bulge crucial to stopping what was happening in Europe and preserving Europe and the rest of the world for freedom. But these Americans landing on Omaha it, well all the way down Juno beach, Utah beach Wando. They were sitting ducks German installations were high up on the hills. There were bombing runs in the case of plunder hawk there were bombing runs. The ninth army air force was launching bombing runs. And the number of seagoing efforts to assist in the ground salt, which was conducted by the Rangers. Your second battalion. Now, this was my first time at one to walk. I had been that this place in my mind, but I've never seen it other than pictures. It's one hundred plus feats trait up. The Rangers land on the beach ships launch ladders and other things on the side of the cliff to assist, the Rangers and climbing up. Germans are shooting down on them. And the Rangers just kept towing big guns hundred fifty five millimeter guns up there. They just kept climbing even as the Germans are down. Now, one thing, the Germans because of deception bought that Utah beach was going to be the focus and they had moved many of the gun. Installations, one, walk a mile west of plunder walk. They still have some guns, but the big guns been moved on the orders Rommel. Interestingly, the ranger rank and file landing on the beach in climbing, the cliff, they were not told the ranger to leadership knew that the guns had been moved, but the ranger rank and file had not been told it was part of motivation. They had decline. They had to get that hill. They had to get the German get those installations, whether the Germans were in them, and they had to shut all that all the way up and down the beach. They had to secure that area, and they did in a couple of months into Paris, and the Germans are beaten back, but just see it folks. So pristine infeasible now and to see what these Americans did. I mean, climbing straight up those cliffs. With ropes makeshift Landers? With the Germans firing down on them. Even though the bulk of the guns have been moved restall German small-arms fire that was raining down on them enough to kill them. And a lot were killed that location. I think was one of Ronald Reagan's greatest ever speeches as president boys upon to ho gave that speech on the fiftieth anniversary of d day. And then we went to the cemetery the American cemetery in Normandy. This is one of the most beautiful places I've ever seen. And it's one of the quietest, one of the most sobering places every tombstone every cross is geometrically perfect. No matter what angle, no matter what line, you view, these crosses, they are in perfect alignment, matter what angle. And they go on and on it ten thousand or plus ten thousand more and this week is the sixty ninth anniversary something big next year for the seventieth but it was just another reminder for us that the greatness of the US military in the people, they're all volunteers back then to not all. But. Quite a few and the Rangers quindlen of special forces in their own way. I just can't go there and have any knowledge at all the what happened to not be all of what happened and you can't go there and not just be thankful and I'm telling you, as you get older. At least for me getting older, I become more and more in all. And in appreciation appreciation, just increases in Christmas for what people did. And then you see the names on the crosses in the cemetery. And you see eighteen to twenty eight year olds, ten thousand of them used to be alive till that day or the day of their death then. Runs the gamut in that cemetery. But still, it's a sobering thought. So I just wanted to share with you, the really momentous time that it was it is it some place, every American ought to try to learn about ever get a chance to go there. You really should and plunder ho is a big deal to me because of what happened. But all of the enormity beaches were were important and crucial but Americans shouldn't should never forget what happened even that kind of warfare will never ever happen again. The fact that it did. And it it's it's recorded in history that we won. And so that's all good. And but man, it was one of those mazing achievements, it's why if some braided every year on the big years like fifty seventy five. Everybody goes all out. So if you ever have a chance. To if you find yourself anywhere in France, you oughta make an effort to go up north. It's beautiful there. Anyway. The spite this Stoorikhel aspects before we get out of here. I need to tell you buddies here at simply safe. If their objective is for your house to never even need the security system after you install. I mean that's their hope is the want. You've got the security system. Nobody gets in, and that's, that's really the purpose of they just hope you're never a victim of a home invasion, but they're realists. 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"two thousand thirteen" Discussed on 20/20

20/20

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand thirteen" Discussed on 20/20

"Back in two thousand thirteen I would get a sharp pain in my left breast. I gotten pretty thin. Everybody was worried and boom there was a tumor, Sherry Akerede, a wife and grandmother was fifty seven years old when she began the fight for her life. I had the bilateral mastectomy in the beginning of reconstruction. A four months of chemotherapy, I managed well through the treatments, and I just kind of went back to life kind of my new normal. I guess that new normal meant getting her blood drawn regularly to make sure she remained cancer free. My OBGYN said how join a try one of the theranos slabs. I think Walgreens has a great reputation. So oh, they're willing to bring fairness in. They must be okay. Right. This is the Walgreens where had the infamous blood draw. They seem to know what they were doing. And that was that. But things took a terrifying. Turn when Sherry got her results. I will never forget that day. My saw that the Estra. Dial amount was over three hundred also called my college sophists and the nurse called me back. And she said, I am so sorry. That's not good. There could be a tumor rolling somewhere. The doctor told Sherry to go in for more tests. But this time recommended a non theranos lab was about a week later. I got the call from my doctor, and he said, congratulations. You're estrogen is basically managed sister. I've been no new tumor. No, new cancer. The theranos tests had been off by hundreds of points. Sherry says she tried to reach out to the company for answers. But didn't get a response no-one from theranos ever called me to apologize. That's the least you can do when you mess up so badly. Not okay. It turns out this wasn't an isolated incident. Back in Palo Alto. Theranos had caught the attention of healthcare entrepreneur Paul of Sharda hall of a husband and father with a family history of diabetes had recently up ended his life. When his doctor had warned him to make some serious changes. Completely changed your lifelessly tinged it by give it three years and..

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