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Fresh update on "uc" discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

03:12 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "uc" discussed on Morning Edition

"30 lie from NPR news. I'm Laxmi saying The prosecution and defense are presenting their closing arguments today in the trial of Derrick Show. Vin, the former Minneapolis police officer charged with killing George Floyd last May. Mats epic of Minnesota Public radio has more After the attorneys each present highlights of their cases to the jury. The 12 will immediately start deliberating charges of murder and manslaughter. They'll be sequestered until they reach a verdict. If the jurors find Chopin guilty, the judge is expected to call them back to consider a sentence longer than the 12.5 years. Sheldon would serve for the most serious charge under Minnesota guidelines that's epic reporting. Russian President Vladimir Putin's most outspoken rival, Alexei Navalny, is in the third week of a hunger strike in prison and could be near death. The Russian state penitentiary services Navalny has been moved to a prison hospital. Or protest today across Pakistan as an Islamist extremist group dolls at the pressure on the government to punish France Here's NPR's CIA. Indeed, the group known as Tail P, has been demanding the expulsion of the French ambassador of the month old comments by President Emmanuel Macron, upholding the right of French citizens to bless fame that came after teacher was beheaded. Showing cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed to his students. The till P have long demanded the application of harsher blasphemy laws to whip up their followers following days of violence. Last week, the French Embassy called on its nationals to leave the country to you headed reporting. This is NPR. Live from KQED News. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan. The Mills College Board of trustees is scheduled to meet this week together in put on a proposal to keep the college degree granting institution KQ, Edie's Gabriella friend s reports. Alumnae Association of Mills College is pushing to keep the college open by gathering donations and proposing new solutions. One idea being considered as Mills joining the UC system as a self governing campus. Charlene, right. As a member of the Alumni association's board of governors, having a few female would be away for the UC system. Tau actually serve its California residents and to actually serve those under represented voices and not only served them that Hansel side them, President Hellman of Mills College, says Theus association between UC Berkeley and Mills. Is still under discussion and concrete decisions have yet to be made. I'm Gabriella friend is KQED news. East Bay Regional Parks District has formed a task force to address the sudden increase in tree deaths in the East Bay Hills. Since October. The parks district has mapped more than 1000 acres of tree die off until then, should bow and Reinhardt Fred would parks. It's likely caused by drought and climate change. Park's fire teach Chief Eileen Daily says the task force will work with state and local agencies to remove the dead trees. Because it's dead fuel and not life. You'll which takes a little bit longer to come best. It goes up almost immediately. And so it's much harder to fight that fire because it goes from the ground up into the canopies, almost within a blink of an eye. She says. Researchers from UC Berkeley are studying the trees to pinpoint the root cause of the deaths..

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Fresh "UC" from Mike McConnell

Mike McConnell

01:00 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh "UC" from Mike McConnell

"In Minnesota. What is it about Minnesota that that's the power kept powder keg. I don't get that to begin with. We got check our traffic. It's 8 47 ways. Chuckas we know and what you got there, sir. I am looking for an accident. On what? Spend 2 75. This is after you get through sheer Annville, making your way towards must stellar just heard the dispatches for it. I'm not seen slowed traffic As of yet from the UC Help traffic center. You see health offering advanced fertility services with compassion and care. But I am seeing slow traffic North Bend 75 approaching the brand Spence, although that delay time is well under five men. That's now and inbound. 74 slowed traffic thanks to construction approaching the state line. It's a slow go on 32 approaching the beach. Might levy thanks to the construction and the temporary traffic lights chucking from NewsRadio 700 wlw. Right. Got it. Sunny day today. Enjoy this one. Because gonna go south for a little while. Get pretty close to 70 for a high later on tonight Partly.

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Fresh update on "uc" discussed on Mike McConnell

Mike McConnell

00:45 sec | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "uc" discussed on Mike McConnell

"We've gotta take her traffic way means Chuck each and every time What's the biggest event of the day? The big story? I think this biggie is going to be eastbound 74. It's not only gonna be today, but it's going to be for a while longer. XYZ Construction project is going on just before you get to the state line, and it's been keeping traffic slow from the Brookville ramp for awhile this morning and no change right now. Once you get into Harrison, that's when things started to look better. And continue in great shape. Right up to the 75 merge this from the UC Help tramping center. You see health offering advanced fertility services with compassion and care. Not Ben 75 States Low approaching the brand spends through coming tonight thanks to the painting project chucking from NewsRadio 700 wlw. All.

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Fresh update on "uc" discussed on Mike McConnell

Mike McConnell

01:43 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "uc" discussed on Mike McConnell

"To sign up and start streaming today, 7 41, and they turned to Chuck Yes Service. The Associated Press stylebook has said not to use the term mistress anymore. Oh, It's now to be friend or lover says Don't use the term mistress for a woman who is in long term relationship with that is financially supported by a man who's married to someone else. Instead using alternative like companion around or lover, huh? On first, the same because it's there is no corresponding name for a man. Well, the reality is there aren't women paying for men? Yeah, That's why there's no corresponding name that would make sense to me. I mean, if there's an age difference you can throw in sugar Daddy, Huh? But if they're really I'm not. I'm sure it's somewhere in the course of Humanity. Some woman paid a man and You know, put him up somewhere and paid his bills. But Um There's no term because I don't know that that's ever happened. I've never read a story that said any such relationship existed. So maybe that's the reason why and that sexism could be never thought It would happen to me. I know, Dear Penthouse Forum. Oh, Lord. All right, let's check traffic. What's going on from the UC Help Traffic center. You see, Help operate advanced fertility services with compassion and care in band 74 Very slow. Go this morning between the Brookville ramp and the state line that is thanks to construction. Now I'm seeing some brake lights south bound 75 coming out of lock London North bound 75 that continues to slow just north of Kyle's towards the Brent Spence Bridge left lanes of slow Go East, Pam.

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Fresh update on "uc" discussed on Mike McConnell

Mike McConnell

01:27 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "uc" discussed on Mike McConnell

"This up before someone suggesting Ganga's Khan was the greatest ICO warrior of all time, because he wiped out so many civilizations that describes 700 billion tons of carbon from the atmosphere, So he's actually a hero. Oh, I see from that perspective, huh? I knew he had a lot of wives. A lot of kids did find he has One main wife, right. So maybe the main one. So the kids he had with her are in line of succession. But beyond that he had 500 or so secondary wives, your dog so he had literally he had thousands of kids. The most prolific Breeder. I guess we use that. In the history of the human kind as far as we know. Wow, 500 Secondary wines price. He didn't go broke from allowances. No kidding. Somehow I think that wasn't his problem. Give our money for your house. It's that simple. Thank you. Come on. All right, Let's talk traffic. What's going on out there from the UC Help traffic center. You see health, offering advanced fertility services with compassion and care Couple of heavy spots thanks to construction and work crews. North bound 75. That's over a five minute delay between Kyle's and the brand Spence Bridge and growing. The other is inbound 74 between the Brookville X and the state mine. Slow. Go. Just heard of an accident. Car.

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Celtics Team Shows Promise After Hard Win Against the Denver Nuggets

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

00:56 sec | Last week

Celtics Team Shows Promise After Hard Win Against the Denver Nuggets

"We're talking about guys who played well we're not talking just about Tatum. We're not talking just about Jaylen Brown we're talking about some of those other guys are on the side who for the most part have not made an impact in this game Grant Williams. I mean only five points was a plus 23 and for once that was not a misleading stat when you look at how he was able to defend jokic how he was able to make a hustle plays like the one that we're just talking about where that wound up with Romeo wage. I filed at making a couple of free throws. You start going down this roster be on your big to of Tatum and brown and UC player after player after player making a contribution and gave me the one thing that it all says is that this team finally finally finally decided to fight they finally decided to fight but when games instead of, Georgia, Letting things play out the way they were they fought to be aware. Not just assuming it's going to happen. So

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Jonathan Tsay on early-phase spinal cord injury clinical research

Discussions in Spinal Cord Injury Science - ANPT

02:23 min | 2 weeks ago

Jonathan Tsay on early-phase spinal cord injury clinical research

"Today. I'll be speaking with dr jonathan cy about his recent paper in the journal neuro rehabilitation enrolled repair titled five features to look for in early phase clinical intervention studies. Dr tsai who goes by. Jt has a doctor of physical therapy degree from northwestern university. And he's currently working on his phd with dr rich ivory at the condition and action lab at uc berkeley and so in the interest of full disclosure jt. And i know each other already from his days. At northwestern where i'm on faculty i can you to discuss listeners. We're in for treats i know. Jt to be smart and an analytical thinker and so whether you are interested in spinal cord injury rehabilitation or neurologic rehabilitation or frankly any rehabilitation where motor learning is at play. I think you're gonna find something that you can use in today's discussion and so jt. Welcome to discuss. Thanks rachel and i do want to say a big part of analytical was attributed to my education and northwestern university they did not sponsor this show but i i do i do think a big part of my training and north western really helped me think through difficult problems especially in the credit. Well mine too. So i guess there we are So let's let's talk about your paper in this paper. Put forward a set of recommendations for how clinicians can identify early. Phase intervention studies that will bring immediate value to their clinical practice which is really important topic and so can you talk about what led you to put these recommendations forward In the first place why. Why do we need them. Yeah so when. I was reading the clinical literature and pt school Had a pain point and the pain point was that i wanted to quickly and efficiently and effectively evaluate papers that might not necessarily fall. as a clinical practice guideline a systematic review or a large scale randomized controlled trial. How do i evaluate quickly evaluate Papers that are more early phase had a lower and offer some novel insights that i can translate quickly To the clinic

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Imperiled Freshwater Turtles Are Eating Plastics

60-Second Science

01:44 min | 2 weeks ago

Imperiled Freshwater Turtles Are Eating Plastics

"What happened is i started cutting open. These specimens that had been preserved sitting in the same collection for five or six years. And i just started took a dribble cut off. The shell opened up. You know looked at the stomach. Contents and i was shocked to find that in the ten animals that i looked at two of those animals had plastics in their stomach. Gregg polly's original plan was to compare the diets of western pond turtles. Native to the creeks of the uc davis meriem with those of redbeard sliders that have been introduced but that all changed when the herpetologist from the urban nature research center at the natural history museum of los angeles county began to look inside the sliders. And then suddenly. I thought oh man. There's a much bigger story here. Which is that. they're ingesting plastics. And we know almost nothing about plastic ingestion freshwater turtles we know. It's a huge issue marine turtles. But no one's looking at this and freshwater turtles. Plastic ingestion has been reported over and over again in each of the world's seven types of sea-turtles. But there is another three hundred and fifty two types of turtles and only five studies have ever concerned themselves with plastic ingestion in those species. That's despite the fact that more than half of all turtle species are considered threatened with extinction. Turtles are among the most imperilled groups of animals on earth freshwater turtles around the world are declining in. So you're not in a researchers aren't going out in euthanizing turtles and putting them into the museum collections on a regular basis. You know we do that for lots of other species but we're not people are going to be doing it fraternals because it's just not the right thing to do from a conservation perspective.

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'Zombie' Urchins Are Wiping Out Kelp Forests

Environment: NPR

01:52 min | 2 weeks ago

'Zombie' Urchins Are Wiping Out Kelp Forests

"California francisco. has a sea urchin problem. They've exploded in numbers off the northern california coast and these purple spiky urchins are wiping out crucial kelp forests so scientists are searching for ways to slow him down. Here's npr's laura summer diving. A kelp forest is a lot like walking through a real forest. The seaweed is thirty to sixty feet tall. It's very surreal. You're kind of coming around. And then you have this large canopy over you. That's kind of filtering light. At least that's how it used to be says. Meredith mcpherson a graduate student at uc santa cruz. She and her colleagues found that ninety. Five percent of kelp forests have disappeared in counties north of san francisco. Cal provides a key habitat for all kinds of marine life. We were expecting something like that. But it doesn't really make it any easier to digest in terms of the actual loss of the coastal ecosystem because of an ecological double whammy. I came marine heat. Wave known as the blob. Water temperatures rose far above normal then came a more direct attack. Purple sea urchins. Their veracious grazers. They devour kelp. Sometimes we see dozens of them. Crawling up the stem of the kelp and kind of taking it down from there. Normally urchins are kept in check by their main predator off northern california a giant starfish sea star scientists call them known as the sunflower see star. But they've been wiped out by sea star wasting disease. Scientists think that both the disease the blob of warm water were made worse by climate change even now with most of the kelp off northern california gone the urgency

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Chicago deli giving away 1,000 sandwiches if customers come in wearing mask properly

Fred + Angi On Demand

01:07 min | 2 weeks ago

Chicago deli giving away 1,000 sandwiches if customers come in wearing mask properly

"Shut automatically stellar. We all have maddie's deli very famous place giving out a thousand free sandwiches today to customers wearing a mask. Manny's initially started to give away as a challenge. Challenging at the south delhi would give out sandwiches if we go thirty days having ask anyone to put a mask on properly. Wear your masks prior to the challenge. They said it hadn't made it longer than a few hours with that. Have to ask people to adjust their masks. Within a day the restaurants have the challenge had already failed and at least seven. People had to be corrected Later that same day they revealed that an anonymous donor would sponsor free sandwich. Day for the first thousand customers wearing a mask And they announced that it would be today. Unlimited thousand sandwiches given out first come first serve basis to customers wearing a mask. The doors opened at nine thirty. The daily also noted that on top of the promotion it would be giving out sandwiches to all four hundred and fifty staff members at uc mass vaccination site today as well so Go support manny's always. But i guess today you can get in there and i think they'll be all along that so good but starting at nine thirty thousand free sandwiches. Manny

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Jasmine Green Talks Plants And Cities

In Defense of Plants Podcast

02:05 min | 3 weeks ago

Jasmine Green Talks Plants And Cities

"All right. Jasmine green thank you. So much for coming on the podcast. How about we start off by telling everyone a little bit about who you are and what it is. You do sir jasmine green. I am a pg candidate at uc davis. And i studied plants in vacant. Lots and more broadly plants in cities and generally urban ecology so. I definitely didn't start out as a plant person per se and so it's been an incredible journey. I think in grad school mostly as far as getting really introduced to plant and all the cool things that they do. Ecosystem is the collagen wise largely. I would say. I was more interested from a landscape perspective of what could deal and my in my department of plant sciences department which has a real focus on the people side of research. I would say more like applied research. And that's where our lab which does urban ecology work really fit in because as you mentioned urban districts are really complex and large part of that complexity comes from them being designed for people so a lot of you know the traditional kind of theory of like how communities are structured or how ecosystems are formed in succession in. That kind of stuff is really really different. People are the ultimate like each constructors. You know they can. They've designed this entire system. That is really in the interest of this one species which humans so from from my point of view. I started as a masters student. And i was looking at yard. Transformation so looking at lawns like in like single family homes and so in california. Which is very i go to school where you live right now. One of the main ecological issues in environmental issues drought and saving water. For you know for those drought times to make sure enough water considered for people years for there to be used in agriculture and also to maintain for environmental quality

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Can Language Models Be Too Big  With Emily Bender And Margaret Mitchell

The TWIML AI Podcast

02:21 min | 3 weeks ago

Can Language Models Be Too Big With Emily Bender And Margaret Mitchell

"Are at everyone. I am here with meg. Mitchell and a researcher and emily bender professor at the university of washington. And we are here to talk about their recent paper on the dangers of casting. Parents can language models. Be too big meghan emily. Welcome to this podcast. Thank you welcome. Thank super excited to jump into this conversation. Let's start out like we always do with. Having you share a little bit about your background meg. We'll have you go first. yeah. I basically studied as a computational linguists like emily i got my phd in computer science. And then i've worked at johns hopkins microsoft research And most recently. Google research worked on computer vision as well. As natural language processing computational linguistics and more recently issues of bias unfairness Awesome and emily. You are on the show too long ago when we talked about is linguistics missing from alpine research. Give us a little bit of your background. And maybe a catch up on what you've been doing for the past year so like you said. I'm a linguist. Studying linguistics at uc berkeley and then stanford and then. I got to come to washington and start the professional. Master's program in computational linguistics. Where meg was a student many years ago. Now i got over then. So i work in a largely in linguistics and competition linguistics but since about twenty sixteen have also been working in the space of. I've tried to avoid the phrase. Actually ethics sends people down these paths into philosophy that i find somewhat less helpful but societal impact of nlp and in that context a lot of the same discussions are relevant that relevant to other things that fall under the umbrella. What it's called a. And yet in the past year. I have continued that work and had this great opportunity to work with megan other members of her team and in particular dr timmy brew and a phd student of mine. engine mcmillan major on a paper looking at the impact of large language models. And we started this in september and submitted in october. And it's the first paper i've ever written. That has been far more work after it was finished than writing it in the first

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Doctor of Infectious Diseases speaks on the safety of Coronavirus Vaccines

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:56 sec | 3 weeks ago

Doctor of Infectious Diseases speaks on the safety of Coronavirus Vaccines

"About a month or so when the supply of covert vaccine in this country exceeds the demand for vaccinations. Surveys show that about 25% of the people who have not yet been vaccinated or still hesitant to get the shot. Many are skeptical because they believe the vaccine was rushed. The vaccine is safe. The vaccine is incredibly effective. Doctor John Schwartzberg is an expert on infectious diseases at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health Vaccine went through Phase one, Phase two and phase three trials exactly like every other vaccine. It wasn't rushed in terms of its production. A lot of the basic science that needed to be done received a tremendous amount of funding for getting this done very quickly.

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Fed’s Corporate Bond Buying Foresaw a Year of Covid Pain

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:33 min | 3 weeks ago

Fed’s Corporate Bond Buying Foresaw a Year of Covid Pain

"A year ago. The twenty third of march twenty twenty early. On as you're know in the days of this pandemic when maybe not all of us understood how much trouble we were gonna be in public health wise mental health wise certainly and economic health wise as well and we begin today of last year because we marked two milestones on this tuesday first of all the stock market low of the pandemic. It's been basically straight up since then. I know not the economy. Thank you we offer that. Just as a marker also a year ago today the federal reserve said it was going to step in and start buying up corporate bonds. That was and is a big deal. The fed getting into corporate dead didn't because the market for that debt just frozen and the fed was helping those companies borrow at lower rates which can be conducive to business and borrow they did. Corporate debt had records in twenty twenty but with rising interest news of late. As we've been telling you corporate debts been getting a little bit more expensive. Marketplace's justin ho gets us gone. Investors think about corporate bonds. Kind of like how they think about government bonds. If you're going to lock up my money for years you better pay me enough interest to make it worth my while. They want to be earning a rate of return that is higher than expected inflation. That's winnie caesar. at wellsfargo. She says many investors expect inflation to pick up this year. People are likely to spend more and that spending good drive up prices not just for regular consumers but for companies to it could be that accompanies cost of labor is increasing. It could be that. A company's cost of just raw materials and commodities is increasing. Those expectations are causing. Corporate bond yields to rise. But they're also signs of an improving economy says kathy jones chief fixed income strategist at charles schwab. Which underwrites this program. Jones says corporate borrowing costs are historically low and even though they're currently rising that shouldn't be an impediment to them investing and continuing to grow the business. The concern says stephen davidov salomon uc. Berkeley is if rates continue to grow into next year or the following if rates get too high. He says companies won't be able to borrow as much to a fun. Projects investment will slow because investment becomes more costly fed chair. J. paul said today although he expects prices to creep up this year he doesn't think that will have a big or lasting impact on overall inflation.

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Applying RL to Real-World Robotics with Abhishek Gupta

The TWIML AI Podcast

04:35 min | 3 weeks ago

Applying RL to Real-World Robotics with Abhishek Gupta

"Gupta aspect is a phd student at uc berkeley. Where he works with folks. Like peter l. and sergei levin who've had on the show before abstract. Welcome to the terminal podcasts. Thanks forward to digging in and learning more about your work and your background. What got you interested in. Studying our al and robotics. Yes so so. I think my first experience with robotics was actually This first lego league that bump additions where we would like make these lego robots than they would like do these challenges and when we first did it we made the robots just by heart goading all the different primitives and programs to do everything and that works to some extent but i think when i came to berkeley it was really exciting to see that people had more sophisticated techniques to control. Robots was also the only thing that had ever done before then in terms of project experience and so i reached out to a number of professors I called the projects cool and beater specifically had a lot of research at that time on folding laundry and flying helicopters and i was like wow this is this is really amazing so at least to him as a freshman and and then he you know. He hired me as an assistant in his lab to kind of help out with some software engineering projects in some research projects. And kinda got started on research from there and so then like the first set of experiences that i had there. Were kind of like helping grad students and post docs on their research projects which were largely related to folding laundry in dying noughts and folding thousand things that peter was excited about at the dime and from there i think click grad school my research and interest under a lot more towards enforcement learning and learning based ideas. Oh cool so within that of of our and our alpha robotics. And i guess maybe that's broad from a tomato perspectives. Since we've had a bunch of conversations on your where do you focus like what are what are your research interest within those fields. Yeah so i guess. Since i am a person who was really excited about robotics and i wanna get robots to work because i think they have a lot of impact and i see. Rls a great dual to enable robotics more so than exploring rl for the sake of water. And so what i specifically think about a lot is like what are the things that prevent us from applying reinforcement learning robotics problems in the real word. So for instance if we want a robot the like operating kitchen and being up your kitchen or make a meal what is it. That's preventing the algorithms at work on. I'll go out for star. Whatever for being applied to these types of systems. And so i specifically think about like. There's a mismatch assumptions between what these algorithms typically assume and what's actually available in the real world. It's like i think about. How do we bridge these mismatched assumptions. So specifically what i mean by that is for instance in a game or in a in a video game or a board game. You'd assume that the score is provided so that award function it's daily easily available but in the vale where there's no score. Which tells you what you're doing. That are for instance in video game. You can collect millions of samples but in a physical robot if you do that with random expiration. You're gone either. Break yourself for the environment and then also just like. There's a lot of assumptions that we make where we can hide are gertie laundry in simulation. So we can like reset the wherever we want or we can like magically set the state of the world in some ways and a lot of our algorithms are critically reliant on these assumptions but in the real world. You just can't do that and so kind of been thinking about. How do we bitch mismatched assumptions. In that way and the problems. That are most interesting to the one that you mentioned earlier that you can cut your teeth on with peter in saturday like folding laundry and not tying and that kind of thing or you have some other When you think about your work. Do you have some set of canonical problems. That come to mind. Yeah that's a great question. So i think it'd be great if we could fold our laundry at byron ought to do the things that we used to do but i don't think we're quite there yet so i think we're still getting objects to be pushed at on and picked out and more basic skills before we can get to the more complex ones that so there's like more averages paradox which would which indicates that like learning low level skills can often be harder than learning the higher level ones and. I think we're kind of stuck in battery him but we're making a lot of progress. I think

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Texas stunner: No. 14 Abilene Christian ousts 'Horns 53-52

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Texas stunner: No. 14 Abilene Christian ousts 'Horns 53-52

"The biggest story in the opening round of the west bracket is a game that's not played as Oregon advances to the second round after PC was unable to play due to culvert nineteen protocols on the floor of his second beats Norfolk state ninety to fifty five I was in eighty six seventy four winner over Grand Canyon Kansas would get past eastern Washington ninety three to eighty four Ohio upsets Virginia sixty two fifty eight Creighton is a sixty three sixty two winner over UC Santa Barbara USC beats Drake seventy two to fifty six and Oklahoma gets past Missouri seventy two to sixty eight I'm Mike Reeves

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Feeding cows a few ounces of seaweed daily could sharply reduce their contribution to climate change

Weekend Edition Saturday

02:57 min | Last month

Feeding cows a few ounces of seaweed daily could sharply reduce their contribution to climate change

"Are big contributors to global greenhouse gas emissions in the form of methane produced as part of their digestive process. But there's a new study from UC Davis that finds supplementing cattle feed with red seaweed may reduce the amount of methane they produce. KQED is Caroline Equation are is here to tell us about it. Carolina What happened in the study? This is actually the first study of its kind. Other studies have looked at the effects of red seaweed on dairy cows and sheep. But this is the first study to study the effects of red seaweed on beef cattle. So 21 beef cattle were given freeze dried powdered red seaweed mix in with their food for around five months, they were separated into three groups, depending on the percentage of seaweed in their diet. And the further along in the experiment, they were the less Hey, alfalfa and greens. They were fed. And what did they find? So our minds cup? Rob and a graduate student in his lab, Brianna Roque, did this study Both are animal biologists at U. C. Davis. And they found that the cattle produced up to 82% less methane after they ate a diet with red seaweed and low amounts of Hey, alfalfa and greens. Cattle that were eating more Hey, alfalfa and green. But the same amount of seaweed had a less dramatic decrease and their methane production where it was up to 68%, so the seaweed was really effective at reducing methane. But the amount of reduction was really affected by how much alfalfa hay and greens the cattle eat. And how did these animals taste? In the end? Did the seaweed affect the flavor or the texture of the beef? There was virtually no difference in the flavor, texture or juiciness of the seaweed Fed beef and its nutritional content was pretty much the same. So does all see, We'd have this effect on cattle. No red seaweed is a type of algae that traps methane and converts it into something else, so it doesn't cause the cattle to burp. While some ranchers do feed help as a supplement, they're used for nutritional value and don't have an effect on methane production. So beyond reducing the carbon footprint of beef production. Is there a financial incentive for ranchers to feed their cattle? Red seaweed? Yes. So one unexpected finding was that red seaweed actually helped the cattle gain weight because all the carbon that would normally be burnt out. Ended up being used to make more muscle in their body. Also, the amount of methane produced was proportional to amount of seaweed they ate, so the more seaweed they ate the less methane they produced. If the practice of feeding seaweed to beef cattle is widely adopted, there's going to be a huge demand for this type of seaweed would that be possible and would be sustainable? For now, This seaweed isn't commercially available, but it is native to many coastal areas around the world. For example, the seaweed from this study came from Australia, and there are also several companies trying to figure out a way to grow more of the seaweed so that it might be more commercially available in the future.

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We're A Bunch Of Jerks!

Interesting If True

04:44 min | Last month

We're A Bunch Of Jerks!

"As a nickname for the soda clerk who operated soda fountains as late as the nineteen fifties. The soda jerk was a title inspired by the jerking action Server used to swing the soda out handle back and forth when adding soda water fountain bedroom. Are we sure people didn't just not like him very much and because most of my quits today is going to be based on soda jerk stuff. This is the first ever jerk off so soda. Jerks prepared milkshakes and other treats using drink mixers that featured spindles and agitators to fold air in for smooth and fluffy results served. Tall glasses soda. Jerks were charged. Not only with preparing delicious treats for customers but with entertaining them as well. The responsibilities were many such as breaking and draining and one hand carving chicken remembering orders pulling the correct spigots and spindles on their drugstore soda fountains but most of all the new york times reported. The prime requisite of their station is the ability to bandy words. Okay like t say weird slang bumpy not not only bartenders but talkative. Very very talking and like fun. New slang and without the alcohol without the alcohol it's hundred entertain. People that are sober really. Is these guys managed it though because soda jerks became known across the country for this kind of isotopic slang hosting wordsmiths with gift for puns and rips at a time when the united states was nuts for all things ice cream. It says the terek shea something new so every they were all nuts for everything ice cream. They were at once. Consummate showman innovators and freelance linguists. At the drugstore stage rights michael carts welts of the american driving quote. American soda jerks became the pop culture star of the gilded age. I hope they were cunning linguists if they have any chance in the patron quiz. Oh so the colorful jargon. The soda jerk verbal shorthand for calling out. Orders is part of putting on a show for customers. The orders consisted of the method of preparation the number and size of the order the basic soda fountain item and any special instructions such as shake one and a hey and spit on it now. Don't don't spit on my food things. So that is a strawberry shake with raspberries on top. Oh shake one in the hey which means raspberry or strawberry shake and spit on it. Which means respite spit on it mean raspberries or to spit on it mean raspberries because that guy's comes never stopped Berries or read a little bit of this is gross. My hands were full. I only keep the raspberries and my mouth. Maybe it's because he's been punched in the face of often as bit as red lake raspberries down to the bar with old bloody lip. Soda fountains had a handbook of recipes. They had met a memorized called. Mr boston's guide but also hundreds of variations were created on the fly by the creative soda jerks. I've a cool picture. That is a lovely stocker. That i used on our website once cool. Yeah probably. that's what i thought. It was a real bar. So i made it a background image. Later on it became a dive bar right so by the nineteen fifties capitalism unfortunately all but killed old time soda fountains the increase in technology and the wyss to expedite helped push the jerks out the door. Yeah that and they were jerks but by then diners. The new big. Hang out the good old greasy spoon of your was the replaced the soda fountains but they kept some of the same language in peppered in some of their own. Yeah the ones with roller skates. Still brought you a milkshake. Yup and they also had some cool jargon and slang that they use themselves so similar visiting a foreign country where is not spoken diner. Lingo is virtually unknown outside of the united states. That makes perfect sense. I never really thought about it but it does make sense. I mean it's hard to come up with worse slang for something. That's already called spotted. Dick you traveled to. Ireland and scotland is uc diners there. I didn't i think that the only place in europe you could probably find an american style diner where they use slang thinking somewhere weird and germany. What is the irish term for boiled with cabbage country. You go to you go to some small local pub type restaurant type something like that. They all have slang because kitchen focus. Kitchen be light hearted tongue in cheek and sometimes even risque phrases could be heard in wide use in busy diner during the nineteen twenties continuing on well into the nineteen seventies. So a bulk of that time. All of it steve was alive. Well i mean it. It lows continued on into the eighties and nineties. Because didn't jordi lafforge do like a diner. Lingo thing on reading rainbow or some crap. I generally the fords did reading rainbow. What a couple years ago. There was something about it was the face of of a bunch of the more you know shows for a long time literally never watched it never heard of it. Didn't know he was on. Burton is a main just. Maybe three years

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UC Los Angeles Beats Michigan State 86-80 In OT In First Four Game

Get Up!

01:28 min | Last month

UC Los Angeles Beats Michigan State 86-80 In OT In First Four Game

"Let me get you to the game of the night. The ncwa tournament is upon us. And what a game. We had last night between michigan state and ucla. I don't call it. A play in game is a good team was a great game sport. Thirteen with time winding down in the first half. And somehow i may hawk has junior. Gets that open for that shot and tom. Izzo thinks it's gay browns fault and he is letting them know it and they're going added a going into the tunnel and so we got emotions. Running high in michigan state. Had an eleven point lead by as many as fourteen in this game but with under forty seconds left. Ucla within three. That's hockey has again. He misses the free throw. But he's gonna wind up getting back right about here. He goes close but free throw ties the game at seventy seven in the final. Half minute again. this is a game. They were down by fourteen. Sports would miss. Ucla a chance to win three one for the game. It's no good so to overtime. They go and the old team would belong to the bruins up three with under a minute. Cody riley with the jan michigan. State cannot believe it all away. Ucla wins at eighty six to eighty. They advanced they will play the succeed. Byu tomorrow ucla. Joining norfolk state and rake and texas southern. As the first four wins yesterday said they moved into the sixty four team bracket again. It's the bruins against. Byu drake will take on usc norfolk in texas southern. We'll take on one seeds. Gonzaga and michigan. Could they pull off huge upset. We shall see.

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More Californians Are Now Eligible for COVID-19 Vaccine

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:47 sec | Last month

More Californians Are Now Eligible for COVID-19 Vaccine

"If you are 16 or older and you have certain health conditions you actually qualify for a vaccine Doctor. Robert Schooley is a professor of medicine in the infectious disease division at UC San Diego. He tells KOGO news. It's complicated to decide who's in the category. Some are wondering why Type Two diabetes is included, but not Type One. The reason for that is the Type two diabetes is adult onset diabetes. It's often associated with obesity and can be associated with heart disease. These patients with diabetes being in it Get her disease, the one to get into trouble with covert type One diabetes is juvenile onset diabetes, often with younger, skinnier people. Dr. Scully also says, Well, some heart issues qualify. Hypertension does not know the county says that is the number one condition among most hospitalized covert patients. Marilyn Haider KOGO News, the

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Governor Prtizker Addresses Confusion Surrounding Chicago's United Center Vaccination Site

Morning Edition

00:44 sec | Last month

Governor Prtizker Addresses Confusion Surrounding Chicago's United Center Vaccination Site

"Governor J. B. Pritzker is addressing the confusion surrounding covert vaccination appointments at the United Center on Sunday. Benny Non Chicago residents found they weren't able to schedule appointments at the arena, which is being run by the federal government. Pritzker, says the agency managing the site. FEMA wanted to limit who could get a vaccine at the UC in their effort to target minority communities in Chicago. FEMA came late in the game here right and decided they wanted to change things. And as you can imagine, there's technology involved in this, their decisions that need to be made about well if we're going to exclude other parts of the state, like the collar counties How are we going to serve them? Chicago's public health director now says suburban residents will eventually be able to get appointment again at the United Center,

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Dell’s new G15 is a speckled gaming laptop coming to China first

Latest In Tech News

01:58 min | Last month

Dell’s new G15 is a speckled gaming laptop coming to China first

"New g fifteen as speckled gaming laptop coming to china i This article comes from the verge. Del has launched. Its new g. Fifteen gaming laptop which will be available in china. I before coming to other regions around the world. The laptops industrial design is all new though. The most notable feature might be the paint job. And if you're wondering why can't see what's going on what you need to click on the article or watch via video of for that you need to be a supporter of the show. And yep those are paint flex. Uc in photos. Del says the new g fifteen is low. Voc waterborne paint for durable in environmentally conscious. Zayn is available in color ways including specter green speckles phantom gray with speckles dark shadow gray in obsidian black. Our advice goal with the speckles. I'm man of city in black. Sounds kinda cool some more pictures. We don't how full specs for the new g. Fifteen just yet. But it can be outfitted with nbc rtx. Three thousand years graphics it has three performance options ranging up to one hundred fifteen watts of tdp display is a fifteen point six inch panel with refresh rate of up to three hundred sixty hertz. They'll says gee fifteen's thermals have been improving through designed based on alienware technology optional zone. Rgb keyboard that makes use of fx software for customization. The new team will go on sale. In china today in global availability is set to follow at some point in april Reached out to further. Details have not heard back yet. But the hopefully that'll be on its way worldwide shortly but along with the specs to if you has interested to keep an eye on this one in case you're wondering why why alienware will because dell bought alienware of kind of like one same entity so they borrow off of each other technology wise a pretty

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Michael Friend Advocates For Diversity In CRISPR

CRISPR Cuts

04:34 min | Last month

Michael Friend Advocates For Diversity In CRISPR

"Can you talk about what that role endangered so as a minority being part of minority coalition. How does that actually would say you're planning. Events are one out of the types of responsibilities. you're kind of involved in shore. What for chris. Carr my role on is on of the committee and really is to help develop strong. And broad foot trenton. Targeted monastic communities by by really joe trying to facilitate interactions with community based organizations to include aftermarket universities. Darkly restore cabrera colleges. Hvac us that had a very long standing history of mistrust to some extent. And so i kind of summit up just to really increase bernardi representation in these conversations around christopher and engagement with a very strong focus on making sure we have diverse forces some of our listeners. Who may not know exactly. What could a split on this. Can you just in a few lines. Dealers about guzman on absolutely or christopher is is an organization that really focused on the compensation crispin and they do it from the perspective where they're not be. The four or guest technology did not pro con but to really have conversations as it relates to this technology in house being utilized many ways and the benefits and risks down a bowl and started out by uc berkeley in conversations. There which later a year after moved to boston and she'll hope these. These conversations are kind of women around the country at really sparing Lotta interests around. Christopher and i can say that they've been very diverse voices after just faded indiscretions discussions. That's a very interesting role in vegas to learn more about your experiences by doing this. Just one question before that. How did you get into you. Know the crisper fields specifically was your background and christopher. How did that come to be that. You are involved in organized crisper con is. It's all started. President obama launch of the precision medicine issue which was pm. I in two thousand fifteen. I was invited to be a part of that much and that pm. I initiative is a multi year multi million on effort that was developed to keach around creating a diverse cohort to trutv by disease treatment for all but that program is currently known as all of us program and so from that launch. I started the minority coalition for position mets. So you're speaking under the bit of audio experiences. As an event organizer being part of that rising committee on crisper con- you had mentioned that when pulling together some event it was really impossible for you to find black researchers in the area. So could you elaborate more on the garden. Status stakes are the neck of diversity that you are seeing in the field. Well just to be honest. You know this is that i think at this point is kinda shameful in subsets. Your article article that you've written highlighting some of top companies in fear. Know as you look at even these compromises need couples this leading the work around crisper. You can see most senior today. Shes clearly the lack of diversity that so evident in these companies. And i think what is sometimes hurtful. Is that in this crisper in some ways to successive crisper. Really an johnny outcome A black disease sickle cell disease which is driving an has driven a lot of interest at of course financial investments. And so i would say at this point. It's not looking very good chance of diversity

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"uc" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:48 min | 10 months ago

"uc" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"UC health and college of medicine are finding ways to treat prevent and cure cope with nineteen and research lives cures discover more at UC health dot com still a little bit slow on southbound seventy five came across the Brent Spence bridge down to about tiles then it starts to break up for you to go into the construction zone there part of the problem the fog started to lift a little bit in the area we were seeing some minor delays come across two seventy five in northern Kentucky but that seems to have all of that as well seventy ones in good shape there can with no problems across two seventy five she said they're hard on news radio seven hundred WLW now the latest forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center from social distancing in pre screening patients to appropriate PP our focus remains on safety learn more at no fear dentist dot com slash patient safety the ball developing this morning due to high levels of humidity temperature started seventy a warm to eighty seven your heat index in the in the closer to ninety five today and pop up thunderstorms expected after two tonight slight rain chances continue low seventy one and then tomorrow high of eighty six but rounds of showers and storms are likely from your severe weather station I'm not first warning meteorologist Jennifer catchmark news radio seven hundred WLW seventy degrees right now former Cincinnati city councilwoman Tamaya Denard due in court this afternoon where she is expected to formally accept a plea deal court records indicate she will plead guilty to one count of wire fraud for knowingly participating in a scheme to defraud the public by selling votes on council as part of this deal charges of bribery attempted extortion or being dropped the north facing up to twenty years in prison the four former Minneapolis police officers involved in the death of Georgia Floyd have a court date today Derrick Chavez was charged with second degree murder in the case that launched protests across the nation Floyd died after shop and held his needs on his neck for nearly nine minutes during an arrest last month the other officers involved are all facing charges of aiding and abetting police in lieu of all have identified the man accused of firing shots into a crowd of people protesting the death of Brianna Taylor over the weekend one person was killed in that gunfire it happened around nine Saturday night at Jefferson square twenty seven year old Tyler girth was killed another victim was injured all of us want to see this area useful protest on the crime scene the suspect Steven Nelson Lopez was wounded in the leg by gunfire from bystanders at the park who were defending themselves he was identified by multiple witnesses and is in custody at university hospital we can't let this one senseless act of violence slow or halt with the peaceful protesters are demanding in our city and our country deserve and demand growth was the university of Kentucky graduate and photographer who was the god son of courier journal columnist Joe girth I'm C. Sandoval news radio seven hundred WLW sports begin training for the twenty twenty baseball season Wednesday and yesterday they filled fifty seven of a possible sixty roster spots thirty five players will get there working at great American ball park the rest will train at Pasco park Derek Dietrich who signed a minor league deal with the club in February was left off the roster the New England Patriots were fined one point one million dollars and lose their third round pick in the twenty twenty one draft for filming the Bengals sideline last December and Dustin Johnson won yesterday's travelers championship in Connecticut Dave Armbruster seven hundred WLW sports our next update at eight thirty Rick Eugene news radio seven hundred WLW this report is sponsored by all state if your driving less you could be saving more on car insurance with pay per mile insurance from Allstate pay for the miles you drive and.

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"uc" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

Telecom Reseller

05:30 min | 10 months ago

"uc" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

"With the the new California Data Privacy Law. We've certified our adherence to the Privacy Shield for the transfer of data between the US and any you. And are doing diligence around these data privacy regulations in standards. Is One of the reasons we win in Europe quite often. Chris what are you hearing from your customers right now? So they were actually They care a lot about security and data privacy, and you know what they're telling us. Is there quite pleased with what we're able to tell them? In terms of our security posture and showed them from a compliance perspective. up of things that we do. We're members of the cloud security alliance as an example and. What that is is an alliance that. You know for any, says a provider that chooses to be a part of it. you know they publish you know three hundred or so you know security related questions that you know anyone who's interested in learning about the fuse. security system can go. To their website find he's. This questionnaire and he's answers and understand you know the the processes, the crow, the controls that we haven't place and and really get a good feel for our security system. Importantly we took one extra step as a part of the cloud security alliance that we actually have as a part of our annual audit process, which were audited against Zach one suck two. Hip and high trust as well as being certified Eyeso- twenty seven. We have that auditor. Look at the answers to the questions that have been provided on the cloud security alliance. And attest to the fact that they're accurate in have been evidenced. You know by that third party so we really want to earn and maintain our customers trust, and all these materials that we make available. You really helped validate total approach to security. Chris been been very interesting to hear a kind of different approach to security one that involves company also partners involves a kind of a new thought process, and wondering if the crisis that we've been living through has surfaced any new issues with this with this approach whether it's three. Enforce this idea. Would it really does is reinforce the idea, Doug Certainly you know our new attack. Factors that have introduced been introduced as a result of the pandemic You know new phishing scams, so new fraudulent activities related to you know folks that you know, maybe applying for federal aid as an example You know fake websites that are coming up by the thousand. And enticing folks to enter personal information. That they will end up using to commit fraud so It's never been so important that. You know security is a team sport. He'll be in place. Then you.

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"uc" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"uc" Discussed on Love Your Work

"Just doing open my doing bar shows right teaching at UC, be aching UC classes, like, you know. And during that time I would not paid for comedy. Right. And that's the sad truth about performance world is that you know, especially in comedy, you've got, you've got to do it for free for a long time before anyone's gonna pay you to do, which is a bummer because being, but a lot of folks who need, you know to make living are excluded from doing comedy, which is which is really a shame and yeah, we were away. We have more. For structure support, more people who want to do it so that have more voice been comedy. But while I was doing that, you know, you might think of that as that was that that a rough time and, and you know your, you know, you're not sure you're making any headway and and at that at the time. But I'm really, really glad that I did that because now, you know, I know so many people in comedy, you know, I know the head writers, multiple people on the writers, writing staff of every way might show right. They're all like personal friends of mine from those times, you know. And so you know, like I know, you know, Michelle wolf, right? Who whose new show came out on Netflix and terrific right her her new shows. Awesome. We met each other. I met her at her second open mic she ever did, and it was my second week doing open mic. Right. And I was just afterwards. I was like, oh, you really funny and she was well, thanks. You degrade to, and then from. On, we saw each other. You know, every day we open mind and you know, so she's a friend of mine. Right? And that's what comes from doing it that way. Right. Is that like build that strong foundation that you know, just looking at? Totally cynically and talking about, like, you know, the way the rest of my career is going to go. That's like they're important for getting extra work to have those connections into no people. Yeah, those those long connection in your issues, rec- dice rolling metaphor is that as random and it has nothing to do with skill at all on what you're talking about is is building, not just skill, but also these connections and all of that in addition to sort of right place right time thing. Yeah. Yeah, exactly. It's not like, oh, hey, I'm gonna every time I'm going to get a hit or anything like that. It's like, no, even the bad set are refunding. You know, it's not a waste of time people, and I think they'll make job out of band up or on just wasting my time. Why would I give you an open mic? Whether it's nothing. Comedian, they're playing that that people will say, I'm gonna go this open, there's comedians. There's no audience. It's like, what are you talking about? You mean the comedians? Who like are your peers in the business. The people who the people who could forgive you work later, you know the the people who you know, Michelle wilted or new Netflix show. She hired all their friends to be writers, all the all the people she knew on the Mike, you know, all these like onyx, I've known for years grindstone, dancing, Germain, all these really funny people because they were. They were the people at the Oakland trend. So and even when you do a bad that even if there's nobody there worth knowing you learn something about yourself with the performer, you learn that a joke did work. You know, the the bads, that's you learn things from two so it. Yeah. So I just don't think that there is like it's a, I don't think it's a gamble to go do those things. I think it's just going out and doing the work and I like what you're saying about getting to know somebody like Michelle early on. I think this is something that you've seen a lot of fields where you're just getting started in something. There's a. There's you. You feel like you wanna go suck up to the people that are really accomplished in this field. When in fact the the peers that are right around you that are at that same level that you're at. Building those relationships several years down the road. Suddenly, you know, all these very accomplished people. Yeah, absolutely..

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"uc" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"uc" Discussed on Love Your Work

"Just doing open my doing bar shows right teaching at UC, be aching UC classes, like, you know. And during that time I would not paid for comedy. Right. And that's the sad truth about performance world is that you know, especially in comedy, you've got, you've got to do it for free for a long time before anyone's gonna pay you to do, which is a bummer because being, but a lot of folks who need, you know to make living are excluded from doing comedy, which is which is really a shame and yeah, we were away. We have more. For structure support, more people who want to do it so that have more voice been comedy. But while I was doing that, you know, you might think of that as that was that that a rough time and, and you know your, you know, you're not sure you're making any headway and and at that at the time. But I'm really, really glad that I did that because now, you know, I know so many people in comedy, you know, I know the head writers, multiple people on the writers, writing staff of every way might show right. They're all like personal friends of mine from those times, you know. And so you know, like I know, you know, Michelle wolf, right? Who whose new show came out on Netflix and terrific right her her new shows. Awesome. We met each other. I met her at her second open mic she ever did, and it was my second week doing open mic. Right. And I was just afterwards. I was like, oh, you really funny and she was well, thanks. You degrade to, and then from. On, we saw each other. You know, every day we open mind and you know, so she's a friend of mine. Right? And that's what comes from doing it that way. Right. Is that like build that strong foundation that you know, just looking at? Totally cynically and talking about, like, you know, the way the rest of my career is going to go. That's like they're important for getting extra work to have those connections into no people. Yeah, those those long connection in your issues, rec- dice rolling metaphor is that as random and it has nothing to do with skill at all on what you're talking about is is building, not just skill, but also these connections and all of that in addition to sort of right place right time thing. Yeah. Yeah, exactly. It's not like, oh, hey, I'm gonna every time I'm going to get a hit or anything like that. It's like, no, even the bad set are refunding. You know, it's not a waste of time people, and I think they'll make job out of band up or on just wasting my time. Why would I give you an open mic? Whether it's nothing. Comedian, they're playing that that people will say, I'm gonna go this open, there's comedians. There's no audience. It's like, what are you talking about? You mean the comedians? Who like are your peers in the business. The people who the people who could forgive you work later, you know the the people who you know, Michelle wilted or new Netflix show. She hired all their friends to be writers, all the all the people she knew on the Mike, you know, all these like onyx, I've known for years grindstone, dancing, Germain, all these really funny people because they were. They were the people at the Oakland trend. So and even when you do a bad that even if there's nobody there worth knowing you learn something about yourself with the performer, you learn that a joke did work. You know, the the bads, that's you learn things from two so it. Yeah. So I just don't think that there is like it's a, I don't think it's a gamble to go do those things. I think it's just going out and doing the work and I like what you're saying about getting to know somebody like Michelle early on. I think this is something that you've seen a lot of fields where you're just getting started in something. There's a. There's you. You feel like you wanna go suck up to the people that are really accomplished in this field. When in fact the the peers that are right around you that are at that same level that you're at. Building those relationships several years down the road. Suddenly, you know, all these very accomplished people. Yeah, absolutely..

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"uc" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"uc" Discussed on Love Your Work

"Just doing open my doing bar shows right teaching at UC, be aching UC classes, like, you know. And during that time I would not paid for comedy. Right. And that's the sad truth about performance world is that you know, especially in comedy, you've got, you've got to do it for free for a long time before anyone's gonna pay you to do, which is a bummer because being, but a lot of folks who need, you know to make living are excluded from doing comedy, which is which is really a shame and yeah, we were away. We have more. For structure support, more people who want to do it so that have more voice been comedy. But while I was doing that, you know, you might think of that as that was that that a rough time and, and you know your, you know, you're not sure you're making any headway and and at that at the time. But I'm really, really glad that I did that because now, you know, I know so many people in comedy, you know, I know the head writers, multiple people on the writers, writing staff of every way might show right. They're all like personal friends of mine from those times, you know. And so you know, like I know, you know, Michelle wolf, right? Who whose new show came out on Netflix and terrific right her her new shows. Awesome. We met each other. I met her at her second open mic she ever did, and it was my second week doing open mic. Right. And I was just afterwards. I was like, oh, you really funny and she was well, thanks. You degrade to, and then from. On, we saw each other. You know, every day we open mind and you know, so she's a friend of mine. Right? And that's what comes from doing it that way. Right. Is that like build that strong foundation that you know, just looking at? Totally cynically and talking about, like, you know, the way the rest of my career is going to go. That's like they're important for getting extra work to have those connections into no people. Yeah, those those long connection in your issues, rec- dice rolling metaphor is that as random and it has nothing to do with skill at all on what you're talking about is is building, not just skill, but also these connections and all of that in addition to sort of right place right time thing. Yeah. Yeah, exactly. It's not like, oh, hey, I'm gonna every time I'm going to get a hit or anything like that. It's like, no, even the bad set are refunding. You know, it's not a waste of time people, and I think they'll make job out of band up or on just wasting my time. Why would I give you an open mic? Whether it's nothing. Comedian, they're playing that that people will say, I'm gonna go this open, there's comedians. There's no audience. It's like, what are you talking about? You mean the comedians? Who like are your peers in the business. The people who the people who could forgive you work later, you know the the people who you know, Michelle wilted or new Netflix show. She hired all their friends to be writers, all the all the people she knew on the Mike, you know, all these like onyx, I've known for years grindstone, dancing, Germain, all these really funny people because they were. They were the people at the Oakland trend. So and even when you do a bad that even if there's nobody there worth knowing you learn something about yourself with the performer, you learn that a joke did work. You know, the the bads, that's you learn things from two so it. Yeah. So I just don't think that there is like it's a, I don't think it's a gamble to go do those things. I think it's just going out and doing the work and I like what you're saying about getting to know somebody like Michelle early on. I think this is something that you've seen a lot of fields where you're just getting started in something. There's a. There's you. You feel like you wanna go suck up to the people that are really accomplished in this field. When in fact the the peers that are right around you that are at that same level that you're at. Building those relationships several years down the road. Suddenly, you know, all these very accomplished people. Yeah, absolutely..

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"uc" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"uc" Discussed on Love Your Work

"Just doing open my doing bar shows right teaching at UC, be aching UC classes, like, you know. And during that time I would not paid for comedy. Right. And that's the sad truth about performance world is that you know, especially in comedy, you've got, you've got to do it for free for a long time before anyone's gonna pay you to do, which is a bummer because being, but a lot of folks who need, you know to make living are excluded from doing comedy, which is which is really a shame and yeah, we were away. We have more. For structure support, more people who want to do it so that have more voice been comedy. But while I was doing that, you know, you might think of that as that was that that a rough time and, and you know your, you know, you're not sure you're making any headway and and at that at the time. But I'm really, really glad that I did that because now, you know, I know so many people in comedy, you know, I know the head writers, multiple people on the writers, writing staff of every way might show right. They're all like personal friends of mine from those times, you know. And so you know, like I know, you know, Michelle wolf, right? Who whose new show came out on Netflix and terrific right her her new shows. Awesome. We met each other. I met her at her second open mic she ever did, and it was my second week doing open mic. Right. And I was just afterwards. I was like, oh, you really funny and she was well, thanks. You degrade to, and then from. On, we saw each other. You know, every day we open mind and you know, so she's a friend of mine. Right? And that's what comes from doing it that way. Right. Is that like build that strong foundation that you know, just looking at? Totally cynically and talking about, like, you know, the way the rest of my career is going to go. That's like they're important for getting extra work to have those connections into no people. Yeah, those those long connection in your issues, rec- dice rolling metaphor is that as random and it has nothing to do with skill at all on what you're talking about is is building, not just skill, but also these connections and all of that in addition to sort of right place right time thing. Yeah. Yeah, exactly. It's not like, oh, hey, I'm gonna every time I'm going to get a hit or anything like that. It's like, no, even the bad set are refunding. You know, it's not a waste of time people, and I think they'll make job out of band up or on just wasting my time. Why would I give you an open mic? Whether it's nothing. Comedian, they're playing that that people will say, I'm gonna go this open, there's comedians. There's no audience. It's like, what are you talking about? You mean the comedians? Who like are your peers in the business. The people who the people who could forgive you work later, you know the the people who you know, Michelle wilted or new Netflix show. She hired all their friends to be writers, all the all the people she knew on the Mike, you know, all these like onyx, I've known for years grindstone, dancing, Germain, all these really funny people because they were. They were the people at the Oakland trend. So and even when you do a bad that even if there's nobody there worth knowing you learn something about yourself with the performer, you learn that a joke did work. You know, the the bads, that's you learn things from two so it. Yeah. So I just don't think that there is like it's a, I don't think it's a gamble to go do those things. I think it's just going out and doing the work and I like what you're saying about getting to know somebody like Michelle early on. I think this is something that you've seen a lot of fields where you're just getting started in something. There's a. There's you. You feel like you wanna go suck up to the people that are really accomplished in this field. When in fact the the peers that are right around you that are at that same level that you're at. Building those relationships several years down the road. Suddenly, you know, all these very accomplished people. Yeah, absolutely..

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"uc" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"uc" Discussed on Love Your Work

"Just doing open my doing bar shows right teaching at UC, be aching UC classes, like, you know. And during that time I would not paid for comedy. Right. And that's the sad truth about performance world is that you know, especially in comedy, you've got, you've got to do it for free for a long time before anyone's gonna pay you to do, which is a bummer because being, but a lot of folks who need, you know to make living are excluded from doing comedy, which is which is really a shame and yeah, we were away. We have more. For structure support, more people who want to do it so that have more voice been comedy. But while I was doing that, you know, you might think of that as that was that that a rough time and, and you know your, you know, you're not sure you're making any headway and and at that at the time. But I'm really, really glad that I did that because now, you know, I know so many people in comedy, you know, I know the head writers, multiple people on the writers, writing staff of every way might show right. They're all like personal friends of mine from those times, you know. And so you know, like I know, you know, Michelle wolf, right? Who whose new show came out on Netflix and terrific right her her new shows. Awesome. We met each other. I met her at her second open mic she ever did, and it was my second week doing open mic. Right. And I was just afterwards. I was like, oh, you really funny and she was well, thanks. You degrade to, and then from. On, we saw each other. You know, every day we open mind and you know, so she's a friend of mine. Right? And that's what comes from doing it that way. Right. Is that like build that strong foundation that you know, just looking at? Totally cynically and talking about, like, you know, the way the rest of my career is going to go. That's like they're important for getting extra work to have those connections into no people. Yeah, those those long connection in your issues, rec- dice rolling metaphor is that as random and it has nothing to do with skill at all on what you're talking about is is building, not just skill, but also these connections and all of that in addition to sort of right place right time thing. Yeah. Yeah, exactly. It's not like, oh, hey, I'm gonna every time I'm going to get a hit or anything like that. It's like, no, even the bad set are refunding. You know, it's not a waste of time people, and I think they'll make job out of band up or on just wasting my time. Why would I give you an open mic? Whether it's nothing. Comedian, they're playing that that people will say, I'm gonna go this open, there's comedians. There's no audience. It's like, what are you talking about? You mean the comedians? Who like are your peers in the business. The people who the people who could forgive you work later, you know the the people who you know, Michelle wilted or new Netflix show. She hired all their friends to be writers, all the all the people she knew on the Mike, you know, all these like onyx, I've known for years grindstone, dancing, Germain, all these really funny people because they were. They were the people at the Oakland trend. So and even when you do a bad that even if there's nobody there worth knowing you learn something about yourself with the performer, you learn that a joke did work. You know, the the bads, that's you learn things from two so it. Yeah. So I just don't think that there is like it's a, I don't think it's a gamble to go do those things. I think it's just going out and doing the work and I like what you're saying about getting to know somebody like Michelle early on. I think this is something that you've seen a lot of fields where you're just getting started in something. There's a. There's you. You feel like you wanna go suck up to the people that are really accomplished in this field. When in fact the the peers that are right around you that are at that same level that you're at. Building those relationships several years down the road. Suddenly, you know, all these very accomplished people. Yeah, absolutely..

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"uc" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"uc" Discussed on Love Your Work

"Just doing open my doing bar shows right teaching at UC, be aching UC classes, like, you know. And during that time I would not paid for comedy. Right. And that's the sad truth about performance world is that you know, especially in comedy, you've got, you've got to do it for free for a long time before anyone's gonna pay you to do, which is a bummer because being, but a lot of folks who need, you know to make living are excluded from doing comedy, which is which is really a shame and yeah, we were away. We have more. For structure support, more people who want to do it so that have more voice been comedy. But while I was doing that, you know, you might think of that as that was that that a rough time and, and you know your, you know, you're not sure you're making any headway and and at that at the time. But I'm really, really glad that I did that because now, you know, I know so many people in comedy, you know, I know the head writers, multiple people on the writers, writing staff of every way might show right. They're all like personal friends of mine from those times, you know. And so you know, like I know, you know, Michelle wolf, right? Who whose new show came out on Netflix and terrific right her her new shows. Awesome. We met each other. I met her at her second open mic she ever did, and it was my second week doing open mic. Right. And I was just afterwards. I was like, oh, you really funny and she was well, thanks. You degrade to, and then from. On, we saw each other. You know, every day we open mind and you know, so she's a friend of mine. Right? And that's what comes from doing it that way. Right. Is that like build that strong foundation that you know, just looking at? Totally cynically and talking about, like, you know, the way the rest of my career is going to go. That's like they're important for getting extra work to have those connections into no people. Yeah, those those long connection in your issues, rec- dice rolling metaphor is that as random and it has nothing to do with skill at all on what you're talking about is is building, not just skill, but also these connections and all of that in addition to sort of right place right time thing. Yeah. Yeah, exactly. It's not like, oh, hey, I'm gonna every time I'm going to get a hit or anything like that. It's like, no, even the bad set are refunding. You know, it's not a waste of time people, and I think they'll make job out of band up or on just wasting my time. Why would I give you an open mic? Whether it's nothing. Comedian, they're playing that that people will say, I'm gonna go this open, there's comedians. There's no audience. It's like, what are you talking about? You mean the comedians? Who like are your peers in the business. The people who the people who could forgive you work later, you know the the people who you know, Michelle wilted or new Netflix show. She hired all their friends to be writers, all the all the people she knew on the Mike, you know, all these like onyx, I've known for years grindstone, dancing, Germain, all these really funny people because they were. They were the people at the Oakland trend. So and even when you do a bad that even if there's nobody there worth knowing you learn something about yourself with the performer, you learn that a joke did work. You know, the the bads, that's you learn things from two so it. Yeah. So I just don't think that there is like it's a, I don't think it's a gamble to go do those things. I think it's just going out and doing the work and I like what you're saying about getting to know somebody like Michelle early on. I think this is something that you've seen a lot of fields where you're just getting started in something. There's a. There's you. You feel like you wanna go suck up to the people that are really accomplished in this field. When in fact the the peers that are right around you that are at that same level that you're at. Building those relationships several years down the road. Suddenly, you know, all these very accomplished people. Yeah, absolutely..

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"uc" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"uc" Discussed on Love Your Work

"Just doing open my doing bar shows right teaching at UC, be aching UC classes, like, you know. And during that time I would not paid for comedy. Right. And that's the sad truth about performance world is that you know, especially in comedy, you've got, you've got to do it for free for a long time before anyone's gonna pay you to do, which is a bummer because being, but a lot of folks who need, you know to make living are excluded from doing comedy, which is which is really a shame and yeah, we were away. We have more. For structure support, more people who want to do it so that have more voice been comedy. But while I was doing that, you know, you might think of that as that was that that a rough time and, and you know your, you know, you're not sure you're making any headway and and at that at the time. But I'm really, really glad that I did that because now, you know, I know so many people in comedy, you know, I know the head writers, multiple people on the writers, writing staff of every way might show right. They're all like personal friends of mine from those times, you know. And so you know, like I know, you know, Michelle wolf, right? Who whose new show came out on Netflix and terrific right her her new shows. Awesome. We met each other. I met her at her second open mic she ever did, and it was my second week doing open mic. Right. And I was just afterwards. I was like, oh, you really funny and she was well, thanks. You degrade to, and then from. On, we saw each other. You know, every day we open mind and you know, so she's a friend of mine. Right? And that's what comes from doing it that way. Right. Is that like build that strong foundation that you know, just looking at? Totally cynically and talking about, like, you know, the way the rest of my career is going to go. That's like they're important for getting extra work to have those connections into no people. Yeah, those those long connection in your issues, rec- dice rolling metaphor is that as random and it has nothing to do with skill at all on what you're talking about is is building, not just skill, but also these connections and all of that in addition to sort of right place right time thing. Yeah. Yeah, exactly. It's not like, oh, hey, I'm gonna every time I'm going to get a hit or anything like that. It's like, no, even the bad set are refunding. You know, it's not a waste of time people, and I think they'll make job out of band up or on just wasting my time. Why would I give you an open mic? Whether it's nothing. Comedian, they're playing that that people will say, I'm gonna go this open, there's comedians. There's no audience. It's like, what are you talking about? You mean the comedians? Who like are your peers in the business. The people who the people who could forgive you work later, you know the the people who you know, Michelle wilted or new Netflix show. She hired all their friends to be writers, all the all the people she knew on the Mike, you know, all these like onyx, I've known for years grindstone, dancing, Germain, all these really funny people because they were. They were the people at the Oakland trend. So and even when you do a bad that even if there's nobody there worth knowing you learn something about yourself with the performer, you learn that a joke did work. You know, the the bads, that's you learn things from two so it. Yeah. So I just don't think that there is like it's a, I don't think it's a gamble to go do those things. I think it's just going out and doing the work and I like what you're saying about getting to know somebody like Michelle early on. I think this is something that you've seen a lot of fields where you're just getting started in something. There's a. There's you. You feel like you wanna go suck up to the people that are really accomplished in this field. When in fact the the peers that are right around you that are at that same level that you're at. Building those relationships several years down the road. Suddenly, you know, all these very accomplished people. Yeah, absolutely..

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"uc" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"uc" Discussed on Love Your Work

"Just doing open my doing bar shows right teaching at UC, be aching UC classes, like, you know. And during that time I would not paid for comedy. Right. And that's the sad truth about performance world is that you know, especially in comedy, you've got, you've got to do it for free for a long time before anyone's gonna pay you to do, which is a bummer because being, but a lot of folks who need, you know to make living are excluded from doing comedy, which is which is really a shame and yeah, we were away. We have more. For structure support, more people who want to do it so that have more voice been comedy. But while I was doing that, you know, you might think of that as that was that that a rough time and, and you know your, you know, you're not sure you're making any headway and and at that at the time. But I'm really, really glad that I did that because now, you know, I know so many people in comedy, you know, I know the head writers, multiple people on the writers, writing staff of every way might show right. They're all like personal friends of mine from those times, you know. And so you know, like I know, you know, Michelle wolf, right? Who whose new show came out on Netflix and terrific right her her new shows. Awesome. We met each other. I met her at her second open mic she ever did, and it was my second week doing open mic. Right. And I was just afterwards. I was like, oh, you really funny and she was well, thanks. You degrade to, and then from. On, we saw each other. You know, every day we open mind and you know, so she's a friend of mine. Right? And that's what comes from doing it that way. Right. Is that like build that strong foundation that you know, just looking at? Totally cynically and talking about, like, you know, the way the rest of my career is going to go. That's like they're important for getting extra work to have those connections into no people. Yeah, those those long connection in your issues, rec- dice rolling metaphor is that as random and it has nothing to do with skill at all on what you're talking about is is building, not just skill, but also these connections and all of that in addition to sort of right place right time thing. Yeah. Yeah, exactly. It's not like, oh, hey, I'm gonna every time I'm going to get a hit or anything like that. It's like, no, even the bad set are refunding. You know, it's not a waste of time people, and I think they'll make job out of band up or on just wasting my time. Why would I give you an open mic? Whether it's nothing. Comedian, they're playing that that people will say, I'm gonna go this open, there's comedians. There's no audience. It's like, what are you talking about? You mean the comedians? Who like are your peers in the business. The people who the people who could forgive you work later, you know the the people who you know, Michelle wilted or new Netflix show. She hired all their friends to be writers, all the all the people she knew on the Mike, you know, all these like onyx, I've known for years grindstone, dancing, Germain, all these really funny people because they were. They were the people at the Oakland trend. So and even when you do a bad that even if there's nobody there worth knowing you learn something about yourself with the performer, you learn that a joke did work. You know, the the bads, that's you learn things from two so it. Yeah. So I just don't think that there is like it's a, I don't think it's a gamble to go do those things. I think it's just going out and doing the work and I like what you're saying about getting to know somebody like Michelle early on. I think this is something that you've seen a lot of fields where you're just getting started in something. There's a. There's you. You feel like you wanna go suck up to the people that are really accomplished in this field. When in fact the the peers that are right around you that are at that same level that you're at. Building those relationships several years down the road. Suddenly, you know, all these very accomplished people. Yeah, absolutely..

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"uc" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"uc" Discussed on Love Your Work

"Just doing open my doing bar shows right teaching at UC, be aching UC classes, like, you know. And during that time I would not paid for comedy. Right. And that's the sad truth about performance world is that you know, especially in comedy, you've got, you've got to do it for free for a long time before anyone's gonna pay you to do, which is a bummer because being, but a lot of folks who need, you know to make living are excluded from doing comedy, which is which is really a shame and yeah, we were away. We have more. For structure support, more people who want to do it so that have more voice been comedy. But while I was doing that, you know, you might think of that as that was that that a rough time and, and you know your, you know, you're not sure you're making any headway and and at that at the time. But I'm really, really glad that I did that because now, you know, I know so many people in comedy, you know, I know the head writers, multiple people on the writers, writing staff of every way might show right. They're all like personal friends of mine from those times, you know. And so you know, like I know, you know, Michelle wolf, right? Who whose new show came out on Netflix and terrific right her her new shows. Awesome. We met each other. I met her at her second open mic she ever did, and it was my second week doing open mic. Right. And I was just afterwards. I was like, oh, you really funny and she was well, thanks. You degrade to, and then from. On, we saw each other. You know, every day we open mind and you know, so she's a friend of mine. Right? And that's what comes from doing it that way. Right. Is that like build that strong foundation that you know, just looking at? Totally cynically and talking about, like, you know, the way the rest of my career is going to go. That's like they're important for getting extra work to have those connections into no people. Yeah, those those long connection in your issues, rec- dice rolling metaphor is that as random and it has nothing to do with skill at all on what you're talking about is is building, not just skill, but also these connections and all of that in addition to sort of right place right time thing. Yeah. Yeah, exactly. It's not like, oh, hey, I'm gonna every time I'm going to get a hit or anything like that. It's like, no, even the bad set are refunding. You know, it's not a waste of time people, and I think they'll make job out of band up or on just wasting my time. Why would I give you an open mic? Whether it's nothing. Comedian, they're playing that that people will say, I'm gonna go this open, there's comedians. There's no audience. It's like, what are you talking about? You mean the comedians? Who like are your peers in the business. The people who the people who could forgive you work later, you know the the people who you know, Michelle wilted or new Netflix show. She hired all their friends to be writers, all the all the people she knew on the Mike, you know, all these like onyx, I've known for years grindstone, dancing, Germain, all these really funny people because they were. They were the people at the Oakland trend. So and even when you do a bad that even if there's nobody there worth knowing you learn something about yourself with the performer, you learn that a joke did work. You know, the the bads, that's you learn things from two so it. Yeah. So I just don't think that there is like it's a, I don't think it's a gamble to go do those things. I think it's just going out and doing the work and I like what you're saying about getting to know somebody like Michelle early on. I think this is something that you've seen a lot of fields where you're just getting started in something. There's a. There's you. You feel like you wanna go suck up to the people that are really accomplished in this field. When in fact the the peers that are right around you that are at that same level that you're at. Building those relationships several years down the road. Suddenly, you know, all these very accomplished people. Yeah, absolutely..

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"uc" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"uc" Discussed on Love Your Work

"Just doing open my doing bar shows right teaching at UC, be aching UC classes, like, you know. And during that time I would not paid for comedy. Right. And that's the sad truth about performance world is that you know, especially in comedy, you've got, you've got to do it for free for a long time before anyone's gonna pay you to do, which is a bummer because being, but a lot of folks who need, you know to make living are excluded from doing comedy, which is which is really a shame and yeah, we were away. We have more. For structure support, more people who want to do it so that have more voice been comedy. But while I was doing that, you know, you might think of that as that was that that a rough time and, and you know your, you know, you're not sure you're making any headway and and at that at the time. But I'm really, really glad that I did that because now, you know, I know so many people in comedy, you know, I know the head writers, multiple people on the writers, writing staff of every way might show right. They're all like personal friends of mine from those times, you know. And so you know, like I know, you know, Michelle wolf, right? Who whose new show came out on Netflix and terrific right her her new shows. Awesome. We met each other. I met her at her second open mic she ever did, and it was my second week doing open mic. Right. And I was just afterwards. I was like, oh, you really funny and she was well, thanks. You degrade to, and then from. On, we saw each other. You know, every day we open mind and you know, so she's a friend of mine. Right? And that's what comes from doing it that way. Right. Is that like build that strong foundation that you know, just looking at? Totally cynically and talking about, like, you know, the way the rest of my career is going to go. That's like they're important for getting extra work to have those connections into no people. Yeah, those those long connection in your issues, rec- dice rolling metaphor is that as random and it has nothing to do with skill at all on what you're talking about is is building, not just skill, but also these connections and all of that in addition to sort of right place right time thing. Yeah. Yeah, exactly. It's not like, oh, hey, I'm gonna every time I'm going to get a hit or anything like that. It's like, no, even the bad set are refunding. You know, it's not a waste of time people, and I think they'll make job out of band up or on just wasting my time. Why would I give you an open mic? Whether it's nothing. Comedian, they're playing that that people will say, I'm gonna go this open, there's comedians. There's no audience. It's like, what are you talking about? You mean the comedians? Who like are your peers in the business. The people who the people who could forgive you work later, you know the the people who you know, Michelle wilted or new Netflix show. She hired all their friends to be writers, all the all the people she knew on the Mike, you know, all these like onyx, I've known for years grindstone, dancing, Germain, all these really funny people because they were. They were the people at the Oakland trend. So and even when you do a bad that even if there's nobody there worth knowing you learn something about yourself with the performer, you learn that a joke did work. You know, the the bads, that's you learn things from two so it. Yeah. So I just don't think that there is like it's a, I don't think it's a gamble to go do those things. I think it's just going out and doing the work and I like what you're saying about getting to know somebody like Michelle early on. I think this is something that you've seen a lot of fields where you're just getting started in something. There's a. There's you. You feel like you wanna go suck up to the people that are really accomplished in this field. When in fact the the peers that are right around you that are at that same level that you're at. Building those relationships several years down the road. Suddenly, you know, all these very accomplished people. Yeah, absolutely..

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"uc" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"uc" Discussed on Love Your Work

"Just doing open my doing bar shows right teaching at UC, be aching UC classes, like, you know. And during that time I would not paid for comedy. Right. And that's the sad truth about performance world is that you know, especially in comedy, you've got, you've got to do it for free for a long time before anyone's gonna pay you to do, which is a bummer because being, but a lot of folks who need, you know to make living are excluded from doing comedy, which is which is really a shame and yeah, we were away. We have more. For structure support, more people who want to do it so that have more voice been comedy. But while I was doing that, you know, you might think of that as that was that that a rough time and, and you know your, you know, you're not sure you're making any headway and and at that at the time. But I'm really, really glad that I did that because now, you know, I know so many people in comedy, you know, I know the head writers, multiple people on the writers, writing staff of every way might show right. They're all like personal friends of mine from those times, you know. And so you know, like I know, you know, Michelle wolf, right? Who whose new show came out on Netflix and terrific right her her new shows. Awesome. We met each other. I met her at her second open mic she ever did, and it was my second week doing open mic. Right. And I was just afterwards. I was like, oh, you really funny and she was well, thanks. You degrade to, and then from. On, we saw each other. You know, every day we open mind and you know, so she's a friend of mine. Right? And that's what comes from doing it that way. Right. Is that like build that strong foundation that you know, just looking at? Totally cynically and talking about, like, you know, the way the rest of my career is going to go. That's like they're important for getting extra work to have those connections into no people. Yeah, those those long connection in your issues, rec- dice rolling metaphor is that as random and it has nothing to do with skill at all on what you're talking about is is building, not just skill, but also these connections and all of that in addition to sort of right place right time thing. Yeah. Yeah, exactly. It's not like, oh, hey, I'm gonna every time I'm going to get a hit or anything like that. It's like, no, even the bad set are refunding. You know, it's not a waste of time people, and I think they'll make job out of band up or on just wasting my time. Why would I give you an open mic? Whether it's nothing. Comedian, they're playing that that people will say, I'm gonna go this open, there's comedians. There's no audience. It's like, what are you talking about? You mean the comedians? Who like are your peers in the business. The people who the people who could forgive you work later, you know the the people who you know, Michelle wilted or new Netflix show. She hired all their friends to be writers, all the all the people she knew on the Mike, you know, all these like onyx, I've known for years grindstone, dancing, Germain, all these really funny people because they were. They were the people at the Oakland trend. So and even when you do a bad that even if there's nobody there worth knowing you learn something about yourself with the performer, you learn that a joke did work. You know, the the bads, that's you learn things from two so it. Yeah. So I just don't think that there is like it's a, I don't think it's a gamble to go do those things. I think it's just going out and doing the work and I like what you're saying about getting to know somebody like Michelle early on. I think this is something that you've seen a lot of fields where you're just getting started in something. There's a. There's you. You feel like you wanna go suck up to the people that are really accomplished in this field. When in fact the the peers that are right around you that are at that same level that you're at. Building those relationships several years down the road. Suddenly, you know, all these very accomplished people. Yeah, absolutely..

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"uc" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"uc" Discussed on Love Your Work

"Just doing open my doing bar shows right teaching at UC, be aching UC classes, like, you know. And during that time I would not paid for comedy. Right. And that's the sad truth about performance world is that you know, especially in comedy, you've got, you've got to do it for free for a long time before anyone's gonna pay you to do, which is a bummer because being, but a lot of folks who need, you know to make living are excluded from doing comedy, which is which is really a shame and yeah, we were away. We have more. For structure support, more people who want to do it so that have more voice been comedy. But while I was doing that, you know, you might think of that as that was that that a rough time and, and you know your, you know, you're not sure you're making any headway and and at that at the time. But I'm really, really glad that I did that because now, you know, I know so many people in comedy, you know, I know the head writers, multiple people on the writers, writing staff of every way might show right. They're all like personal friends of mine from those times, you know. And so you know, like I know, you know, Michelle wolf, right? Who whose new show came out on Netflix and terrific right her her new shows. Awesome. We met each other. I met her at her second open mic she ever did, and it was my second week doing open mic. Right. And I was just afterwards. I was like, oh, you really funny and she was well, thanks. You degrade to, and then from. On, we saw each other. You know, every day we open mind and you know, so she's a friend of mine. Right? And that's what comes from doing it that way. Right. Is that like build that strong foundation that you know, just looking at? Totally cynically and talking about, like, you know, the way the rest of my career is going to go. That's like they're important for getting extra work to have those connections into no people. Yeah, those those long connection in your issues, rec- dice rolling metaphor is that as random and it has nothing to do with skill at all on what you're talking about is is building, not just skill, but also these connections and all of that in addition to sort of right place right time thing. Yeah. Yeah, exactly. It's not like, oh, hey, I'm gonna every time I'm going to get a hit or anything like that. It's like, no, even the bad set are refunding. You know, it's not a waste of time people, and I think they'll make job out of band up or on just wasting my time. Why would I give you an open mic? Whether it's nothing. Comedian, they're playing that that people will say, I'm gonna go this open, there's comedians. There's no audience. It's like, what are you talking about? You mean the comedians? Who like are your peers in the business. The people who the people who could forgive you work later, you know the the people who you know, Michelle wilted or new Netflix show. She hired all their friends to be writers, all the all the people she knew on the Mike, you know, all these like onyx, I've known for years grindstone, dancing, Germain, all these really funny people because they were. They were the people at the Oakland trend. So and even when you do a bad that even if there's nobody there worth knowing you learn something about yourself with the performer, you learn that a joke did work. You know, the the bads, that's you learn things from two so it. Yeah. So I just don't think that there is like it's a, I don't think it's a gamble to go do those things. I think it's just going out and doing the work and I like what you're saying about getting to know somebody like Michelle early on. I think this is something that you've seen a lot of fields where you're just getting started in something. There's a. There's you. You feel like you wanna go suck up to the people that are really accomplished in this field. When in fact the the peers that are right around you that are at that same level that you're at. Building those relationships several years down the road. Suddenly, you know, all these very accomplished people. Yeah, absolutely..

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"uc" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"uc" Discussed on Love Your Work

"Just doing open my doing bar shows right teaching at UC, be aching UC classes, like, you know. And during that time I would not paid for comedy. Right. And that's the sad truth about performance world is that you know, especially in comedy, you've got, you've got to do it for free for a long time before anyone's gonna pay you to do, which is a bummer because being, but a lot of folks who need, you know to make living are excluded from doing comedy, which is which is really a shame and yeah, we were away. We have more. For structure support, more people who want to do it so that have more voice been comedy. But while I was doing that, you know, you might think of that as that was that that a rough time and, and you know your, you know, you're not sure you're making any headway and and at that at the time. But I'm really, really glad that I did that because now, you know, I know so many people in comedy, you know, I know the head writers, multiple people on the writers, writing staff of every way might show right. They're all like personal friends of mine from those times, you know. And so you know, like I know, you know, Michelle wolf, right? Who whose new show came out on Netflix and terrific right her her new shows. Awesome. We met each other. I met her at her second open mic she ever did, and it was my second week doing open mic. Right. And I was just afterwards. I was like, oh, you really funny and she was well, thanks. You degrade to, and then from. On, we saw each other. You know, every day we open mind and you know, so she's a friend of mine. Right? And that's what comes from doing it that way. Right. Is that like build that strong foundation that you know, just looking at? Totally cynically and talking about, like, you know, the way the rest of my career is going to go. That's like they're important for getting extra work to have those connections into no people. Yeah, those those long connection in your issues, rec- dice rolling metaphor is that as random and it has nothing to do with skill at all on what you're talking about is is building, not just skill, but also these connections and all of that in addition to sort of right place right time thing. Yeah. Yeah, exactly. It's not like, oh, hey, I'm gonna every time I'm going to get a hit or anything like that. It's like, no, even the bad set are refunding. You know, it's not a waste of time people, and I think they'll make job out of band up or on just wasting my time. Why would I give you an open mic? Whether it's nothing. Comedian, they're playing that that people will say, I'm gonna go this open, there's comedians. There's no audience. It's like, what are you talking about? You mean the comedians? Who like are your peers in the business. The people who the people who could forgive you work later, you know the the people who you know, Michelle wilted or new Netflix show. She hired all their friends to be writers, all the all the people she knew on the Mike, you know, all these like onyx, I've known for years grindstone, dancing, Germain, all these really funny people because they were. They were the people at the Oakland trend. So and even when you do a bad that even if there's nobody there worth knowing you learn something about yourself with the performer, you learn that a joke did work. You know, the the bads, that's you learn things from two so it. Yeah. So I just don't think that there is like it's a, I don't think it's a gamble to go do those things. I think it's just going out and doing the work and I like what you're saying about getting to know somebody like Michelle early on. I think this is something that you've seen a lot of fields where you're just getting started in something. There's a. There's you. You feel like you wanna go suck up to the people that are really accomplished in this field. When in fact the the peers that are right around you that are at that same level that you're at. Building those relationships several years down the road. Suddenly, you know, all these very accomplished people. Yeah, absolutely..

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"uc" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"uc" Discussed on Love Your Work

"Just doing open my doing bar shows right teaching at UC, be aching UC classes, like, you know. And during that time I would not paid for comedy. Right. And that's the sad truth about performance world is that you know, especially in comedy, you've got, you've got to do it for free for a long time before anyone's gonna pay you to do, which is a bummer because being, but a lot of folks who need, you know to make living are excluded from doing comedy, which is which is really a shame and yeah, we were away. We have more. For structure support, more people who want to do it so that have more voice been comedy. But while I was doing that, you know, you might think of that as that was that that a rough time and, and you know your, you know, you're not sure you're making any headway and and at that at the time. But I'm really, really glad that I did that because now, you know, I know so many people in comedy, you know, I know the head writers, multiple people on the writers, writing staff of every way might show right. They're all like personal friends of mine from those times, you know. And so you know, like I know, you know, Michelle wolf, right? Who whose new show came out on Netflix and terrific right her her new shows. Awesome. We met each other. I met her at her second open mic she ever did, and it was my second week doing open mic. Right. And I was just afterwards. I was like, oh, you really funny and she was well, thanks. You degrade to, and then from. On, we saw each other. You know, every day we open mind and you know, so she's a friend of mine. Right? And that's what comes from doing it that way. Right. Is that like build that strong foundation that you know, just looking at? Totally cynically and talking about, like, you know, the way the rest of my career is going to go. That's like they're important for getting extra work to have those connections into no people. Yeah, those those long connection in your issues, rec- dice rolling metaphor is that as random and it has nothing to do with skill at all on what you're talking about is is building, not just skill, but also these connections and all of that in addition to sort of right place right time thing. Yeah. Yeah, exactly. It's not like, oh, hey, I'm gonna every time I'm going to get a hit or anything like that. It's like, no, even the bad set are refunding. You know, it's not a waste of time people, and I think they'll make job out of band up or on just wasting my time. Why would I give you an open mic? Whether it's nothing. Comedian, they're playing that that people will say, I'm gonna go this open, there's comedians. There's no audience. It's like, what are you talking about? You mean the comedians? Who like are your peers in the business. The people who the people who could forgive you work later, you know the the people who you know, Michelle wilted or new Netflix show. She hired all their friends to be writers, all the all the people she knew on the Mike, you know, all these like onyx, I've known for years grindstone, dancing, Germain, all these really funny people because they were. They were the people at the Oakland trend. So and even when you do a bad that even if there's nobody there worth knowing you learn something about yourself with the performer, you learn that a joke did work. You know, the the bads, that's you learn things from two so it. Yeah. So I just don't think that there is like it's a, I don't think it's a gamble to go do those things. I think it's just going out and doing the work and I like what you're saying about getting to know somebody like Michelle early on. I think this is something that you've seen a lot of fields where you're just getting started in something. There's a. There's you. You feel like you wanna go suck up to the people that are really accomplished in this field. When in fact the the peers that are right around you that are at that same level that you're at. Building those relationships several years down the road. Suddenly, you know, all these very accomplished people. Yeah, absolutely..

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"uc" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"uc" Discussed on Love Your Work

"Just doing open my doing bar shows right teaching at UC, be aching UC classes, like, you know. And during that time I would not paid for comedy. Right. And that's the sad truth about performance world is that you know, especially in comedy, you've got, you've got to do it for free for a long time before anyone's gonna pay you to do, which is a bummer because being, but a lot of folks who need, you know to make living are excluded from doing comedy, which is which is really a shame and yeah, we were away. We have more. For structure support, more people who want to do it so that have more voice been comedy. But while I was doing that, you know, you might think of that as that was that that a rough time and, and you know your, you know, you're not sure you're making any headway and and at that at the time. But I'm really, really glad that I did that because now, you know, I know so many people in comedy, you know, I know the head writers, multiple people on the writers, writing staff of every way might show right. They're all like personal friends of mine from those times, you know. And so you know, like I know, you know, Michelle wolf, right? Who whose new show came out on Netflix and terrific right her her new shows. Awesome. We met each other. I met her at her second open mic she ever did, and it was my second week doing open mic. Right. And I was just afterwards. I was like, oh, you really funny and she was well, thanks. You degrade to, and then from. On, we saw each other. You know, every day we open mind and you know, so she's a friend of mine. Right? And that's what comes from doing it that way. Right. Is that like build that strong foundation that you know, just looking at? Totally cynically and talking about, like, you know, the way the rest of my career is going to go. That's like they're important for getting extra work to have those connections into no people. Yeah, those those long connection in your issues, rec- dice rolling metaphor is that as random and it has nothing to do with skill at all on what you're talking about is is building, not just skill, but also these connections and all of that in addition to sort of right place right time thing. Yeah. Yeah, exactly. It's not like, oh, hey, I'm gonna every time I'm going to get a hit or anything like that. It's like, no, even the bad set are refunding. You know, it's not a waste of time people, and I think they'll make job out of band up or on just wasting my time. Why would I give you an open mic? Whether it's nothing. Comedian, they're playing that that people will say, I'm gonna go this open, there's comedians. There's no audience. It's like, what are you talking about? You mean the comedians? Who like are your peers in the business. The people who the people who could forgive you work later, you know the the people who you know, Michelle wilted or new Netflix show. She hired all their friends to be writers, all the all the people she knew on the Mike, you know, all these like onyx, I've known for years grindstone, dancing, Germain, all these really funny people because they were. They were the people at the Oakland trend. So and even when you do a bad that even if there's nobody there worth knowing you learn something about yourself with the performer, you learn that a joke did work. You know, the the bads, that's you learn things from two so it. Yeah. So I just don't think that there is like it's a, I don't think it's a gamble to go do those things. I think it's just going out and doing the work and I like what you're saying about getting to know somebody like Michelle early on. I think this is something that you've seen a lot of fields where you're just getting started in something. There's a. There's you. You feel like you wanna go suck up to the people that are really accomplished in this field. When in fact the the peers that are right around you that are at that same level that you're at. Building those relationships several years down the road. Suddenly, you know, all these very accomplished people. Yeah, absolutely..

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