33 Burst results for "UCS"

Awakening from the Trance of Bad-Othering

Tara Brach

05:28 min | 2 weeks ago

Awakening from the Trance of Bad-Othering

"So, the title of tonight's talk is awakening from the Trans of bad ushering bad of the ring. and. If you've been with me for a while, you know it's a theme that I. Reflect on regularly and it's such A. Source. Of suffering. A start with a book that I really encountered recently from Dr Seuss and he wrote this when he was eighty and it was one of his last and it's called the butter battle book and it's got the UCS on one side who wear blue close in the souks where orange they live on opposite sides of a wall. And their conflict is that the UK's eat bread with the butter side up and the zoo cts with the butter side down on their bread, and this is very offensive and threatening to their cultural sensibilities. So it's a series of a growing mistrust in bad battering, and it leads to an escalating arms. Race starts with slingshots inside develops a slingshot and the other develops an even better one and the arms race goes on and on and their one upping each other until it finally gets to. A small red bomb that neither side has any possibility of defending against. And they all have to live underground with generals on both sides. Toys drop the bomb. And the book end in this is unlike any other ever read Dr Seuss the book and were the you who's a narrator asks his grandfather, the general for their side who's GonNa drop it? Will you are well he? To which GRANDPA NERVOUSLY REPLIES BE PATIENT Will See we will see. We're living in so much uncertainty. We don't know. What kind of primitive reactivity might? overtake. And what we do know is ultimately, no one wins when there's bad other spiraling when there's an office now. There's no positive social change is just that circling of violence and hatred. and. Whoever is on top temporarily? Whoever has the better slingshot for the moment has to organize resources in defense to maintain their power which they could do for days or for centuries. And everybody on some levels living underground because the danger in other words everybody has armor their hearts because their armor against the sense of bad Michelle there. So if there's a mindset of us. Against Them. A good us against bad others were watering the seeds of distrust and violence. We know this in our personal relationships I mean most of us have gotten caught at some point in that bad uttering dance of anger and blame maybe with a family member, your partner work colleague. Where each person is in some way triggered and whoever thinks it's the other started I it doesn't matter so much because in some way each is feeling hurt. A need to defend need to attack unmet needs. Each is feeling right and then they're blaming the other for causing trouble and pain. As they put out there blame that deepens the wounded an injury and there's more triggering. It just keeps going. So. It's not addressed in our personal relationships. The mistrust and anger and hate keeps US separate from each other in our own hearts armored we can't be really free. And we also know in the larger society that there's so much anger of right versus wrong. The good side bad side. There's so much dividedness right now this registered speaking whether. On an passion and anger masks for Co.. Are In of course, around the upcoming elections and social, justice movements and environment. You might be thinking this isn't just about a different opinion about butter side opera butter side down 'cause my side really is right and good that we're we're trying to protect against violence and hatred and destruction. And I know that mindset and feeling because my mind goes like that when are not? Real conscious on some level. There's that kind of a real rightness wrongness. But. Here's the thing. When I am honest and pause and deepen attention. To that perception of us. Them. It really is bad uttering and my heart is tight in contracted when that's going on, I'm not living from a sense of wholeness and away card sensitive. True connectedness with all of life of belonging. And that's why I call it a tramps, the transit bat other.

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Awakening from the Trance of Bad-Othering

Tara Brach

05:28 min | 2 weeks ago

Awakening from the Trance of Bad-Othering

"So, the title of tonight's talk is awakening from the Trans of bad ushering bad of the ring. and. If you've been with me for a while, you know it's a theme that I. Reflect on regularly and it's such A. Source. Of suffering. A start with a book that I really encountered recently from Dr Seuss and he wrote this when he was eighty and it was one of his last and it's called the butter battle book and it's got the UCS on one side who wear blue close in the souks where orange they live on opposite sides of a wall. And their conflict is that the UK's eat bread with the butter side up and the zoo cts with the butter side down on their bread, and this is very offensive and threatening to their cultural sensibilities. So it's a series of a growing mistrust in bad battering, and it leads to an escalating arms. Race starts with slingshots inside develops a slingshot and the other develops an even better one and the arms race goes on and on and their one upping each other until it finally gets to. A small red bomb that neither side has any possibility of defending against. And they all have to live underground with generals on both sides. Toys drop the bomb. And the book end in this is unlike any other ever read Dr Seuss the book and were the you who's a narrator asks his grandfather, the general for their side who's GonNa drop it? Will you are well he? To which GRANDPA NERVOUSLY REPLIES BE PATIENT Will See we will see. We're living in so much uncertainty. We don't know. What kind of primitive reactivity might? overtake. And what we do know is ultimately, no one wins when there's bad other spiraling when there's an office now. There's no positive social change is just that circling of violence and hatred. and. Whoever is on top temporarily? Whoever has the better slingshot for the moment has to organize resources in defense to maintain their power which they could do for days or for centuries. And everybody on some levels living underground because the danger in other words everybody has armor their hearts because their armor against the sense of bad Michelle there. So if there's a mindset of us. Against Them. A good us against bad others were watering the seeds of distrust and violence. We know this in our personal relationships I mean most of us have gotten caught at some point in that bad uttering dance of anger and blame maybe with a family member, your partner work colleague. Where each person is in some way triggered and whoever thinks it's the other started I it doesn't matter so much because in some way each is feeling hurt. A need to defend need to attack unmet needs. Each is feeling right and then they're blaming the other for causing trouble and pain. As they put out there blame that deepens the wounded an injury and there's more triggering. It just keeps going. So. It's not addressed in our personal relationships. The mistrust and anger and hate keeps US separate from each other in our own hearts armored we can't be really free. And we also know in the larger society that there's so much anger of right versus wrong. The good side bad side. There's so much dividedness right now this registered speaking whether. On an passion and anger masks for Co.. Are In of course, around the upcoming elections and social, justice movements and environment. You might be thinking this isn't just about a different opinion about butter side opera butter side down 'cause my side really is right and good that we're we're trying to protect against violence and hatred and destruction. And I know that mindset and feeling because my mind goes like that when are not? Real conscious on some level. There's that kind of a real rightness wrongness. But. Here's the thing. When I am honest and pause and deepen attention. To that perception of us. Them. It really is bad uttering and my heart is tight in contracted when that's going on, I'm not living from a sense of wholeness and away card sensitive. True connectedness with all of life of belonging. And that's why I call it a tramps, the transit bat other.

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Taking Aim at Discrimination, UCs Action Could Spell E-N-D for SAT

Business Wars Daily

04:31 min | 3 months ago

Taking Aim at Discrimination, UCs Action Could Spell E-N-D for SAT

"From wondering I'm David Brown, and this is business worse daily on this Tuesday June ninth late last month, the University of California fired the shot that may have killed. The sat the sat in its rival tests. The act of long ruled the lives of anxious college bound high school, Juniors and seniors. The tests which have been given for decades have played pivotal roles in who gets to. To Go to college, and where they've also frequently determined, who receives merit based scholarships, but in May, the University of California said no more it's phasing out the tests as a requirement for admission at it's nine colleges which include the prestigious UCLA UC Berkeley campuses. It's detailed plan doesn't fully end the use of the tests until twenty twenty-five, but they'll be completely eliminated at that point. The UC system had already made the tests optional for this year's applicants due to corona virus complications, but a more fundamental reason is motivating the university's decision to cancel the tests permanently discrimination in December California. High School, students and equal justice advocates sued the university system. They argued that requiring students to submit sat or act. Test scores is both nonsensical and illegal. It's nonsensical. They claim because six decades of the university's own research shows that the tests don't predict college success. They're illegal. The plaintiff's claim because test scores are strongly influenced by family income, parents, education and race. As a result, the plaintiffs say requiring the test scores violates California's own anti-discrimination laws by preventing the plaintiffs from accessing public higher education. The case is still pending, but last month university leaders agreed with those arguments several said the tests favor the wealthy, because children from affluent families can afford expensive test prep in can pay to take the tests multiple times. Supporters of the decision said the tests screen out good. Hispanic black and other minority candidates California's Lieutenant Governor Ellen couldn't lock is a member of the university's board. These tests are extremely flawed and very unfair. She said according to The New York Times enough is enough she added. Over the last few years, hundreds of small colleges and universities across the country, either made the tests optional or eliminated the requirement to submit the test scores all together since the pandemic emerged in the US, another seventy schools have scrapped the requirement at least temporarily. The Times reported. The University of California's decision could spell the future for the sat in the college. Board it is the most popular university system in the country. Last year, six of its campuses made us news and World Report's list of the top ten most popular campuses in the US. Hundreds of thousands of students applied to the schools. The system carries tremendous weight within America's higher education community, meaning other large elite colleges are likely to follow suit. which is not good news for the two powerhouse nonprofits that administer the Tests Princeton's College Board sells the Sat Iowa's act administers its test of the same name. Both are multi multimillion dollar organizations according to the New York, times one critic of the sat estimates that the College Board is lost forty five million dollars in revenue this spring alone due to covid nineteen cancellations. It had promised to deliver a test. Students could take online this week. The company said it will not in fact be able to deliver an online test. Rival Act was struggling before the University of California announced its bellwether decision late last month, the company said it was taking cost cutting actions including the opportunity for staff to take leaves of absence or to resign voluntarily and receive severance. Pay Act CEO. Martin Rutta departed abruptly on May. Twenty ninth under his four-year leadership, the A, C embarked on a string of acquisitions intended to diversify the company's business,

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Miami Dolphins land their QB by picking Tua Tagovailoa with No. 5 pick in 2020 NFL draft

Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis

00:34 sec | 5 months ago

Miami Dolphins land their QB by picking Tua Tagovailoa with No. 5 pick in 2020 NFL draft

"Twenty twenty National Football League draft officially started Friday night the dolphins drafted a player they hope will become a franchise quarterback and the centerpiece of the rebuilding effort that began a year ago with the fifth twenty twenty NFL draft Miami Dolphins select cornerback Alabama the dolphins also selected UCS offensive tackle Austin Jackson to help block the new Miami quarterback the Jacksonville Jaguars selected Florida cornerback and Miami native CJ Henderson who recorded six interceptions in three seasons for the Gators

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Making of a CRISPR Film: Behind the Scenes with Producers of Human Nature

CRISPR Cuts

09:19 min | 5 months ago

Making of a CRISPR Film: Behind the Scenes with Producers of Human Nature

"Highly one. Welcome to crisper cuts. I'm super excited about today's episode because today via celebrities on our show yesterday said I goodwin Elliott Kirschner their producers of the human nature. Movie for those of you. Who Don't know what this movie is about. It basically covers jody of crispell onto joining us today on. This show is given Holden head of science at San Diego. So this is GonNa be a great episode all adjoining Menu Today on the Chris Cast so as me as well food we get started. Can you just introduce yourself and give your background before you became producers of this movie? My name is Sara Goodwin producer at Pfizer. My background action is in Science. I teach the UCS and the I turned into a science communicator. Joining and leading an organization about project called I biology which has an initiative area cocoa butter collaborates at produced. This felt and so that's how I got. Involved Elliott leaks elected project to it which is great blog. Si- thank you. I'm Elliot Kirschner. So I came to this project after many years working in news and documentary film back shake round side poverty the scientists but I really sort of more general reporting but it was always interested in telling the stories of science while find ways those little bobble and interesting ways that could challenge conventional wisdom's sites. Could be and so. We were looking for a topic to really make a big film to just tell an important story in ways that we would be different end. Hopefully engage audiences in new ways. And so I've secret spurs such huge story touches almost every aspect of the biomedical sciences but also exchanging meaning Dmitri society all that so when we decided on this topic we really washed and built a team of filmmakers and scientists together to make a documentary. That sounds great. So basically you kind of briefly mentioned how the idea of doing a film on crisper about but still there seems to be a lot that needs to be figured out. Even you know what basic topic you're going far. So can you tell us a little bit about behind the scenes of how you decided you know right right makes off researchers and patients and how the story would flow and not just make it like a scientific presentation but more like a movie by itself that we knew going in we want it to be so and we know it to be a story that would appeal to a general audience so that was the directive from the very beginning. We didn't WANNA make quote unquote educational video. We also wanted to make something that felt cinematic. I mean there's a wonderful rich history. A science explainer television that kind of stuff that people any think tank stock entries the short length of one hour television affair with a heavy raider voice. That kind of thing as well. That wanted to do something that would play on a big screen. That would make the decision. We didn't want it narrator. We wanted to let the scientists speak for themselves. Who wanted to film this with a cinematic spoke? Mind musical score all that we WANNA make a film so that was sort of the original directive that we give to ourselves once we got there. The question was okay. What is a science film there if you go to sundance or we premiered at South by southwest or the major some festivals. It's not like there's a lot of science programming a lot of science documentary and so we sort of had a lot of leeway. What is modern science stone-built look like but that's when the decision making came in about what the style would be. But as for the substance we also knew we wanted to work with the very beginning to sort of develop a story line or story lines that were true to the Science. Not only the facts of the science but the ethos of science idea. What is scientific discovery? How how did serendipity and the search for knowledge or basic research play into the story and then what are. These are more broader societal issues so those are all pieces together but I think one of the key things early on we had a meeting at woods hole. Report the film team. And we brought in George Church George Staley Jennifer Dowd Or All your own rights leaders in this field and we just had the two days of brainstorming about what they thought the story was and where they thought the scientists building and that really sort of helped direct the editorial in obviously Sarah being trained scientists being on this very beginning really helped shape bet as iterative throughout the process and this this film many many different forms over the course of its production as we try to tease out what science metric would be. And I'd say one thing that was really. It's worked to us from the beginning to make sure we told the story of the discovery of crisper and turning crisper to technology which is a story. That's off the told when crisper is talked about because it's actually a fascinating basic science research story of we really wanted to show. Elliot said you know how the process of sites works. How knowledge is created. And so as a scientist you know is able to really go back to the literature. I read you know as much primary literature as I could around the crisper discovery. And he's together as best they could also used reviews that were out there. This summit really helped a lot but it really helped us kind of have a deep understanding of the steps that it took to really understand what crisper was and decide who we wanted to interview might actually ended up interviewing or people than even made it into the cell because they were hardest story. But you know at the end of the day we wanted to have a film that was around ninety minutes of you. Just can't include everything that you want to. And so that was interesting viewpoint. Make us a kind of behind the scenes. Look when we were editing as to what should be in on should be out especially for me coming more from the science side of things which dirt's look really vital to have Sarah's voice project I think that was one of the real unique elements that we we built into the production framework in that throughout the discussion of who'd interview with talk about what's the balanced bill. There was constant discussion between still making team and science group that were just challenging our own assumptions pushing in different ways and I think that dynamic process really led to its own that is it relates that scientists in a way that it's not just about what we say on exerts absolutely right. We tried to all the Discovery Story. But just the way the scientists are allowed to speak the decisions made about what to include what not to include. I mean this was really dictated throughout by I think very nuanced understanding of how science works and I think that that hopefully shines through that when scientists watch at the dotted understand world and. I think that that is is really important to try to convey in film the impression of Palestine Science work as well as the actual facts over trying to convey right. Yeah absolutely does shine through. I love the myself so they can thank you. I just wanted to ask you guys. So I'm sorry. You mentioned some of the people that you interviewed for the film curious. Do you have any particular anecdotes funny or like most surprising moments came out through so making process in the interviews. People talk about a great question. I mean I'd say the first thing that comes to mind is actually what a treat it was to be Cisco he goes. Who's early crisper researcher at the University Valid? Kante got to go to Spain and meet him and be in his lab and he showed us a lot of Israeli shells. Found THE REPEATS. A very special time to be serving. Someone who usually isn't spoken about when Christopher is talked about but in general like say what was a real treat for me as a scientist is a lot of the people he's interviewed. I L about their science at baby. Give a research talk. But I've never really got to hear them talk about kind of the more ethical. Societal implications of the crisper work and Atta did most interviewing I think did a wonderful job really probing people trying to get you know. They're on his thoughts on something as science discovery. That is really going to have an impact in so many different ways throughout the world to end the scientists were really wonderful in be sharing their thoughts with us. I think you know included a lot of that on. I think makes a lot richer because it shows how scientists are people to beat other families. They have a lot of thoughts about how science works and technology is used and it was really nice to be able to hear a lot of that and then of course you know getting these really wonderful. I mean so make it of course offered was a key researcher for comment DNA. Which is the topic we cut off. But you were going to go much forgotten. Just cut it Due to time and really trying to make the story as clear as possible but he's just just a wonderful person and getting to meet him was just a really special

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Making voting machines safer from hackers

The 3:59

12:20 min | 7 months ago

Making voting machines safer from hackers

"What exactly is Homo Morphou conscription? And what's wrong with good old fashioned paper and pen ballots? All right first and foremost thanks. Everybody Hope Y'all had a nice weekend. We're glad to be back after a little Monday American holiday President's Day break And it's also great to have Roger Bag. Hey thanks how was dad? The sequel daddy was it was good. It was taxing. It's someone asked me like how was my vacation. I'm like definitely wasn't that a vacation. Not a vacation at all so I'm very happy to be back good to have you back. We definitely need your expertise. We got some good questions and comments. Alfred the way you phrased it. You have to account for human error. I was Kinda curious and how that perspective shifts in the this system prevent human tampering. Well yeah that's that's the whole point like it's supposed to okay okay. Actually it doesn't prevent it can't let it can't prevent tampering. It basically makes it so that if you do like hack a vote. It's very obvious right. If the person checks yes voter check. Yeah I mean like the voter. The election board can also check themselves. That's okay because it's all open source. Once all the votes are supposed closed. Anyone can download all the votes all the encrypted votes and check it to see if it matches up with what's being reported out there Gotcha. Yeah like disinformation like happens very frequently with stuff like that. Where if I were an attacker I I would say I would pretend to say like. Oh I downloaded the votes. Here's what they are and look like this person like one even and it's just it's if that's the loudest voice on social media. Everyone will believe that even if it's not necessarily true yeah Just because I've seen disinformation campaigns and that seems to be the ongoing trend so it does not prevent tampering but it prevents very effective tools to catch it and try to stop like disinformation campaigns. Which is a very difficult task On that no. If we're going to continue dumbing things down so that I can understand them homo more. Fic- what is it more? You started to explain that you did a good job. I'm still stupid. What what the Layman's terms for. What IS HOMO MORPHING? Mean when it comes to the elections. It's like a math thing. I was speaking with Josh Bonilla hit this Microsoft's like senior cryptographer Microsoft Research Department And he gave a very good quote for it. That I'm looking up right now and this is this is basically the the easiest way to explain it? it's it's sort of structured gibberish. Like you can't tell what it is. It's like one it's encrypted at his gibberish but it keeps enough structure to it that you can actually work with the gibberish rather than like making it not gibberish. I don't know if that's the easier way to explain it. But I mean the system recognizes the GIBBERISH. Yeah and can manip- manipulate on top of it. That's the basic part right there. It's Gibberish to the point where the system won't be able to identify the person who put that down in right. Yeah only what the what the value the vote is suppose yes casted or like who they cast it for got it. Yeah it's just an interesting thought to try to grasp because historically there was some form of algorithm or some way to crack a direct translation by the sounds of this that takes that completely out of the equation if its pseudo randomize that kind of how the away to visualize encryption is light and decrypt. Something is imagine you put like a banana in a blender at announce all mush right. That's being encrypted and decrypted. It would be somehow returning it back to regular state of being a banana. Which physically is impossible but like encode like that's kind of what it does Very basic understanding of it. It's and there's a lot of ways that like that analogy is wrong but for the average person. That's Kinda how I describe it like. Obviously you can't get banana back from that but like decryption would do something like that sure and the idea being annoymous encryption for a vote. You can't do that right like you can't decrypt it because then you know like this person voted for this person and that you're not allowed to do that so home. Amorphous would basically like. Oh we don't need to turn it back into the normal banana. We can use this mush than at each other and say oh. They're like if you just see the most you don't know it's a banana right but home amorphous encryption would basically. Oh there's ten bananas here like they can tell from parts of it. That like what? It was originally a really bizarre effective way to explain. That was actually pretty good. Timothy says I'm all for new technology but voting needs to stay old school paper and pen or is that just me. Matthew Dacha says I love the potential voting technology but if it can't be explained to lay people it'll never get traction paper for the win. How do you guys feel as registered voters are? We excited to see. Just personally go ahead and editorialize are excited to see this technology. Come to play Do we think is actually going to be helpful in our experience and going to the polls and engaging with modern politics or it's kind of like blown smoke I mean. Yeah that's that's a big problem with election guard. Is that you know I spoke with another cryptographer. Who who had mentioned to me like there's only about three thousand people on the planet that like fully understand home working corruption and with election counties and like with Voting Technology. The idea in the. Us is that like you have to be able to properly explain this to everyone working on it because part of like of election and part of democracy is not only like counting like who won but being able to show a paper trail for it to show the person who lost so they can like openly. Admit like yes. I lost this election when you have something this complicated. It raises up some issues of like while. I don't know how this encryption works. How do I know that I lost this? Vote is a sham. The Outer Yada Yada so like adding more. Technology will always like create Complications again not because of the technology itself. Sometimes more so like people don't understand it except the vote for what? It is the lack of transparency. At the thing of it is I. Think to your point that it's simple say just. Let's go back to paper ballots but there are a lot of places that don't use ballot or prefer to use voting machines and that sort of the reality that we with a work with that reality. It'd be great if we all just went back to paper ballots. But that's not where we're at. Also the accessibility issue to like. Microsoft was bringing this up like if you notice in one of the photos. They were using the xbox adaptive controller. Oh yeah right and then like you know just using the touchscreen part of that being like well you know there are people that might not be able to use a pen pencil. That and this is kind of a way for them to do that. So that that is also like one of the reasons why voting machines may be used more than like pen pen and paper gotcha. Adaptive Controller continues to be one of my favorite stories of the last several years. Good things just keep coming from it in a world with crabby news Okay we got a few minutes left. Let's take one from Brian. He says Not How to phrase this many attempts to digitize voting stress paper backups? If we become confident in the system because of the backup how do we stop them from becoming complacent? We're going deep on that one so in this situation with Microsoft. They're not saying. The papers are the backups. A paper the electronic system is the backup like they're still using paper as the main way to vote and then they're using the electronic systems verify that and actually at this practice relic. This system actually requires that voters not be complacent. They actually go and actively check. Yeah the verified cop or their their their second copy so like you can't be complacent or else assistant breakdown. Yeah and the other thing is in Wisconsin. They have a law that like the poll workers have to initial every vote. Cast in the ballot. So what they're doing at this election today is that they are When they initially they're also going to ask the people like did you check your vote to make sure everything's like right So and they the same study that was talking about. We're only six percent will had only like actually check their votes. If something was wrong and reported they did a counter. Study on it or like the control for it where it was basically. Let's see how many people report if we tell them like? You need to check this and it was like eighty percent so it does go up when okay. They're told like you need to. You need to do this. Gotcha now will that happen in every election across the country definitely. Not because the way that. Us elections work is that it's up to every single county to decide how to it and there's no standard for security or technology Guidelines that we go before moving forward shouted to my mom who's watching the show after coming in from shoveling the driveway hello commodities SCHRAMM. What's your son's amazing. You did a great job. Thanks guys all right. Next question is coming in from commander trim up in the great white north are. They're not encryption technologies that don't rely on particular identity cannot these be coupled with tracking vote has been cast by an individual on vote acceptance separately. There are but you can't count on. You can't do math on those I that's like that's the whole point of home. Amorphous encryption is that you can encrypt vote. All you want. But like if you can't count the vote which encryption like makes it difficult to count like it's you can't do anything with it That's why they needed this like this other concept rather than just encrypting itself because they would have to be decrypted for them to count the voter right. That would be. Ucs unless he's talking about like the chain of command stuff where it's like encrypting like Oh. This vote was counted. That kind of stuff but I mean home amorphous encryption. Kinda already does that and then is still able to count the vote after this is dense stuff out. Thanks for making time to explain this because I think this is extremely helpful We got a couple of really really good questions coming up next from our old timothy on Youtube does the federal or state set the standards for encryption Well no one sets the standard for encryption The state though like sets the standards for Election like technology guidelines so. This is a problem that Microsoft has encountered for awhile. To where like there's there's the election assistance commission where that start around two thousand two and they like set guideline and that's federal and they set guidelines for like what you should do for security on your machines that kind of stuff but the thing is that those are just guidelines not requirements. There are no federal requirements for election security. So it's up to the county and they do that because it's like every county has different needs right if one county if there's a federal guideline that says you need to spend at least you need to buy these machines only these machines then like a county. That doesn't have that much money like they're just not gonna be able to vote millions different for every like area So like counties like set their own guidelines for this kind of stuff but like I said it's extremely different and there are no There's no like standard of encryption per se but there are there they do have security standards but it might be different from like one to the other and sometimes those standards will go against their own technology so like I said some counties only only some counties adhere to the Election Assistance Commission And some others don't but the their guidelines like even if you do something as simple as like updating the security on it like getting a security patch like you don't get a new machine you don't like whatever you just updated so you're not vulnerable to an attack you have to get the entire machine recertified again which takes awhile. Which does that. That's an interesting point like would incorporating this election guard system into your your overall only system if you have machines with that require. Yeah that's the other. That's the other is a lot of red tape for that. Yeah Yeah Okay.

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Ashley Blaker: Goy Friendly

People of the Pod

10:29 min | 8 months ago

Ashley Blaker: Goy Friendly

"Talk about some. I'm pretty heavy issues. Israel Iran Patriot of Jews. So our next guest is a pretty big leap for us. Ashley Blaker is Jewish standup comedian. He is the first Orthodox Fox Jewish comedian to be given his own BBC. Show Ashley Blaker. GOYA's guide to Judaism which returned to the air in October. Two Thousand Nineteen. Now he's in New York for his latest off off Broadway. Show Ashley Blaker Goi friendly which premieres at the Soho playhouse. On February third and runs through February twenty third. While his previous off-broadway production strictly unorthodox was tailored for Jewish audiences. This one he says is not just for the Jews. It tells the story of how Ashley's close friendship with Muslim. Comedian Imron on. UCS completely changed his life with antisemitic incidents on the rise around the globe and even here in New York actually hopes to make the audience laugh but also understand stand a little bit more about their Jewish neighbors Ashley. Welcome to our studio. Thank you for having me so I have to ask you right out of the gate. anti-semitism is not funny. So how how do you address that topic with humor. Well the reality is I think he's anything can be funny. So I'll let you come to Louis showing judge whether I make. It isn't about antisemitism. I should say that there is actually a section is a band. Semitism thought. I think the more interesting is the fact that that when antisemitism is on the rise there are two ways of dealing with. This is a way of kind of hunkering down. Just going. We're we're now gonNA stick to ourselves and and try and protect ourselves and put up the security barriers and let's have lots of armed guards on the on the door in social ones bags and all of that stuff all you can kind of outreach. As it were and try and engage with the outside world and that's what my shows about about the latter it's about reaching out to the outside world and in a way this makes wants a comedy show. You know hopefully nonstop funny. Sound sound incredibly dry but Hopefully demystify Judaism a little bit. That's certainly one of the aims. Okay well I would say you could do both right. Do the security see the undercover getting having no security either. All kind of you know very good at that accused but I actually my playbill. I wrote a Performance note and for Bates Him. But I said something about how you know very good dividing ourselves as a as an in one of the things into I enjoy doing you mentioned my show strictly and also those I I love bringing choose together because we figured it kind of separating ourselves in so many different ways you know on the whole joke about the Jewish man who lands on a desert island and he builds two synagogues one ones that he'll go to one that he wouldn't ever be seen dead and that's like what we're like but I do think that there is it is an important time to actually reach out a little bit and we can. I think sometimes certainly not in any way suggesting that we. We are in any way a foot four and symptom of course but I sometimes think that actually being too insular. Isn't that helpful. Listen so now you are from the UK so well the Labor Party. I have to ask you about the Labor Party. I'm afraid But it's often regarded as the political liberal party of choice by many Jews in Great Britain. And I'm curious how you dealt with the last election and whether or not you felt politically homeless as I kept had reading about the Jewish community. There didn't myself but I'm sure other people did and I think that yes certainly in the post for many Jews the Labor faulty will have. I've been there home by just as much as the Conservative Party would be for many Liberal Democrat. We have quite a different political system. Should know to to to the Americans as many but yes I mean. It was incredible. What happened over the last few years and how symtas I'm just rose and seem to not be dealt with toll within the Labor Party in? Yeah it was a terrible thing we still really really been dealt with properly gone away. Yeah I know there were. There were several vile things said many vile things said ed by Labour politicians but then also Jeremy Corbyn himself was talking about the lack of irony that many British Jews seem to have. I don't know if you recall that particular. Yes it was Avia. Yeah it was a video I think from a while ago. Actually but he had yes he had said something. And there's a lot of these kind of allusions I think is because they. They caught clever then. They don't outright. This isn't the foul right then marking the street saying killed the Jews. It's a very allusive. Quite clever thing of of Hinson these particular weight alluding that Jews and Israel inflating the to and to you know the whole talking about antisemitism and anti Zionism also that that things that really came along with the Labor Party and I saw something videos of people saying no no we. We're not intimately to we like the right to choose. I think there's that thing of the good news and the bad news and I think that's a really good. Jews has ones March against Israel and kind of write letters to the Guardian saying that we support Sanctioned bedia smell that kind of thing uh-huh and then the ninety five percent of the badges. I mean that's clearly terrible things so it's been a really dark period and I didn't know it'll be interesting to see in the the next four five years. How things change? Have you tried to address it with humor. There over showed. I just did a toll in opened in in May with my friend Imran you mentioned draymond so imminent. He did a tour together called profit sharing actually breaking news in profit sharing seek clever title. And it's not address head on there are other people addressing this head on and the the truth is the way to look on twitter five minutes especially around the time the election to see that kind of Echo Chamber people. Don't WanNa hear they. You know you you tweet. Something about Labor Jeremy Corbyn and immediately comes back. This prepared list of twenty times. Jeremy Corbyn has both a motion ocean in parliament. That's been helpful to community Blah Blah Blah say. No one listens to each other anymore. People just spout the same thing. So I'm not sure engaging in that kind of way addressing head on is that helpful she because people just don't want to listen right. I'm sure it's the same here with trump and I'm sure there are people who are vehemently say one one thing you don't want to listen to the side. Yes that is. That is a problem that area. So I think that's something we've seen a lot particular around brexit and all these issues as we've had in the UK and the F. But so my show anyway. Mike show look comedy show. That's the the the main PARV. So I'll tell you briefly I mean essence shows. It's about yeah. Tell us about the show but then I also want to hear more about Enron and your friendship so the show about my friend she was Enron said. So that's the kind of I think in film in terms they call that the macguffin. He's kind of you know that you heard that term. I'm not familiar with that. So it's like using the original star wars. I think C. Three Po an onto d two of the macguffin that they're the ones like sent off into onto the desert and enter tattooing. They've got the messages item. Thank you the whole plot revolves from. Then there's no actually about them but it starts from them so in a way money's the macguffin hit because is a true story we're good friends we went untold together. And he's very interested custody my life he didn't know much about Judaism me belly of June. We spent many hours together in the call. He was always drawing because he he's Muslim. Couldn't in claiming been drinking and he's always asked me questions and I kind of wanted to teach him about Judaism. But where do you start. We've got six hundred thirteen commandments. It's too long to the call I didn't want to spend money on guests so I thought well I teach him about the Ten Commandments. And we started looking at the Ten Commandments. And I unrealized. They're not that practical you know he doesn't have an ox next all so there's no need to worry about not coveting it and I so I could. Maybe set myself challenge of coming up with my own ten commandments. That I could be a bit more practical. But they could actually explain what it's like to be an Orthodox Jew in two thousand twenty and in a way. It was my friendship with him. That made me reconsider my Judaism. Because she had I've been living as an Orthodox Jew for the best part of twenty years but it's only when an outside comes along install challenging us at you start having to think about it you start thinking about your love. So that's what the shows about and it's about me going through these ten commandments. My New Ten Commandments. antiquing this to him okay. So do you mind sharing a few of the talk commanded if you're the one of them is thou shalt develop obsessive compulsive disorder okay. She's an integral Paulsville so shoot as But we cover branch of Judy. Check that box right exactly. So we cover a lot of these areas we cover kosher food and living in a Jewish area. We talk about the curse of praying public and this covers a lot of ground really comes a lot of ground in the show and then And then the story I keep finished. The story has a continuation because of how Im- reacted and then what we went off did something together which I don't want to spoil because that's the narrative But it's a pretty funny chairman. I it really is. I'm super proud of it. So you say I did. This show could street Lennox. It was aimed at a Jewish audience. All Jews knock. He's also dogs. Reform Perform Conservative unaffiliated. But Still Jews and I think it's a really. I really wanted to do something. Everyone could cutting joy That would be in a language WIGGs. Everyone can understand but the is serious does not scrimp on the jokes atone. It's the funniest show of ever done this by miles miles because I've already but still called the serious stuff when we do discuss antisemitism and there are some real takeaways well foam it excellent zone. The show's name. Is Ashley. Blaker friendly it's at the Soho playhouse here in New York City from February third to twenty-third. Thank you for joining us. Thank

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College Football Playoffs

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:52 min | 11 months ago

College Football Playoffs

"We mentioned were three three and a half hours away from the College Football playoff show on. ESPN where will everyone follow so much. Interesting where Alabama is going to be because I think we know who the top three are going to be joining us on the day of once again. Always great to have south on so seth. Let's talk about the the the elephant in the Room Alabama. What what do you know about them? And what are the are the projections. Now we think that Alabama is still very much in this playoff race and they're actually not in a bad spot at all we give him the fourth best shot to reach the playoff at forty one percent. And if you're an Alabama fan what he cares if they win out. Where where do you stand and at eleven and one we put Alabama Emma at a sixty nine percent chance to get into the College Football playoff? That's according the playoff predictor and I think it really comes down to their schedule which a lot of people knock it. We're we're saying is really really not as bad as people think if you compare that to say Oklahoma schedule Alabama. We'll have three games. that are tougher than Oklahoma's toughest games and toughest office game. And if you compare the two if Alabama eleven one and Oklahoma's at twelve and one according to our numbers is about twice as hard to go eleven to one Alabama schedule as it is to go twelve and one with Oklahoma's take that boomer sooner. Listen let's get to the next most asked question on this program Ken to SEC teams get into the playoffs. Yeah absolutely in fact not only absolutely we put at fifty six fifty seven percent chance of big thing the happened over the weekend was not just the Lsu Alabama game but penn state going down. That really helps open the door for the to put two teams in so there's a few different ways. He's this could happen. I mean I think the obvious one is is the one that most people think of. LSU continues to roll they win the SEC. Alabama gets at eleven to one but there are other scenarios. What of Georgia tr? You know what if they went out and they end up winning the SEC and And be an otherwise undefeated. LSU So there's a couple different paths for the SEC. And we think that some combination of those teams teams is a decent shot. The two of them will get in. So let's talk about Ohio State no issue because I was just gonNA use myself an example ask you to psychoanalyze. I analyse me and be nice to me. I had Ohio state number one all of a sudden. I go to Tuscaloosa Saturday win and I checked the box next morning. LSU number one. Explain the differences between these two teams. Paul I'm with you so I don't have much to offer. I can't call you crazy here today. I look here's the difference right so. LSU In Ohio state or wanted to record but if you look at that doesn't tell the whole story so Lsu and average top twenty five team to be undefeated with LSU schedule. We only think there's a one percent chance an average top twenty five team could pull that off whereas for Ohio state is a sixteen percent chance they had an easier road so much more They LSU tigers have accomplished much more than Ohio state and so to me they deserve to be number one Given the win in over Alabama. Now I want to get to Clemson for a second. Because they are the forgotten team of twenty nine thousand nine. They started Out as the reigning Champs Trevor Lawrence and and you know they play these Games on Saturday night and we all go okay. Is there anything else on. Because they're so dominant ever since that Early Season Sneeze against North Carolina so I mean they have any chance of missing plus so I mean. Obviously they'd have to lose wouldn't they. Yeah they have to lose but I think that if they do you end up with Clemson really being a lot of trouble. I'm with you. I feel like I've ever even talked about Clemson. Their schedule is so easy that If I was looking at it just now from top teams perspective. You look at Clemson's schedule it's easier than like Yukon schedule or two lane. I I mean you're talking about a bunch of group of five teams. Have easier schedules. Someone you know said to me and I so I ended up looking at. HOW WOULD UCF schedule two years ago? Compared to Clemson uh-huh in this year Clemson's is harder. Don't get me wrong. It's the eightieth hardest schedule by that measure and UCS was ninety six. But you're not talking about something that's that far off and so the point is look if they went out fine. They're one of the best teams in college football but if they lose we would almost be very unlikely at that point for Clemson actually get in so we don't have wiggle room speaking of unlikely the fact that we are talking now about Baylor in Minnesota might be the longest shot of the college football season so help us understand do either one of them have a clear path to the playoffs assuming they check all the boxes I think they have a clear path in terms of winning. The problem is just that it's really unlikely. That either GONNA win Minnesota specially we give them just a one percent chance to win out. They have a tough game at Iowa before having to go Face Wisconsin and the big ten championship game so Minnesota would be an underdog at three of its final four games. Here's the good news for the GOPHERS. Though it was I was just running the numbers if they were to lose to Iowa and then went out right so then that means beating Wisconsin and going and beating probably Ohio state in the big ten championship game. They would still have a shot at twelve one which stunned me. But at twelve and one in that scenario they would have beaten Penn state. That would have been Wisconsin and they would be no Haya state so we think they actually would have a chance to get get in the problem. Of course is what I go back to what I said at the top. It's just so unlikely that they're going to be able to pull that off that they have a lot of work to do before consider them realistic contenders. Just one more thing before you go. Let's talk about Georgia and I know they have a very tough game this weekend. At Auburn Auburn they get to Atlanta. I mean there are a couple of combinations about Georgia that say lose to Auburn and then they beat. Lsu where are they. Yeah that's a really fun. Scenario right I if they do that well. We think that Georgia probably would not get in as a two loss as he C- champion. What I think we'll be wild is that you could have a situation where to SEC? Teams could get into the playoff and neither of them would be the champion in that situation because Lsu can get in an Alabama could get in given the two losses for Georgia there. We think it would just end up holding them out with any other. Good teams Can they win if they win the SEC. With one loss there are there are almost guaranteed a spot that second loss would probably be the end for them in other words. You're saying Alabama fans are GonNa Screaming War Eagle Saturday afternoon. I think they ought to be absolutely always great to have you on your next Tuesday. Thanks Paul thank you and our most of our most anticipated guests of the week breaking it down okay. We don't make this stuff up a lot of people said you're just doing roll. Tide and I think he he supported with the

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Three Wide, No Cover | Melbourne Cup Runner by Runner Preview

Three Wide No Cover

09:47 min | 11 months ago

Three Wide, No Cover | Melbourne Cup Runner by Runner Preview

"Hello hello and welcome to a very special edition of three while had no cover a Melbourne cap spatial we're going to go through every runner in the rise and fall and you will win out in a rice that stops a nation Russian and more to co host as always went on I'm in the chair and Julian Velazquez in white hot form of the moment if Russia on Saturday you went with Miami Band and Rice to over fleet you are on far at the moment you hit can easily change your on the good as you last election bought we going by but this rice is tough if there's an idea but we're gonNA raw knows all about it and you'll be able to put us in the right direction recently does these group one winning jockey many many times I'll tell you what when you come ad for Melbourne Cup wake what do you do you know you're going to be on TV beat you get rid of the beat and you go clean shy of any loops ten years younger that man is some and Marshall thank you good to have view I in the pigskins tonight especial Melvin competition this is a good feel this is a great field there's stack question marks recognize genuine chances in the Rice Sarah dissecting talking about them and maybe a COUPLA fees for the panels at home as we always liked the play the motorcycles watch this show all the time we're laws that are not always here markle wall will make wall or skipper as we now him macy's full alive and apparently he's got appendicitis and he organized they shouted out he was the driver behind Z.? LOVES BEING ON THE CAMERA LOVES BEING ON TV now apparently appendicitis apparently rushed to hospital but this video always target only twenty four hours ago and show you video on will the background camera legal round the block a man in the back dead who is going to pin this on us now are always the doctor boys I would be looking getting nowhere near the appendix I'll be working towards the leveraging as the light scratching on vets at voice box towel enjoys Dhabi heavy wealth to talk about on Taylor downdraft on Saturday fans wind the Melbourne Cup the Siamese Prince of aerated law she came third in the rice has that changed anything look into the rice it's now seven eight dollars and obviously we've seen through history that you win the Lexus the wholesome the SOB whatever it's called utain to run really well in the Melbourne Cop in the the market seems to gravitate toward you we'll get to that very shortly bought the market did change a little bit off to the barriers or war we're going to get the market up a brand new let's go through the market rocket as it stands at the moment and glass who's coming to five or tim that was a bad I fifty a couple of weeks ago Constantinople touch sevens at had fiend Shit tain bound declares in the cross Cantu the extra kilos this she is surprised by being Il Paradiso having a lot of pundits h. y. the Prince of Erin and move always at either over the table and Raymond Tusk at Nineteen downdraft is the one that came means southern France bits bits two thousand dollars on on the five southern France at twenty one dollars all the way Dan Hunting Horn who won two weeks ago at forty one dollars here it's a big rice guys on the page and there's still some genuine probably live chances there as well toy that we've had since the barrier to that the punishment the most sports bit the favorite mode aglow I told is into six fifty after the barrier draw guy to probably a big advantage for that horse obviously it's good it's about thirty two hundred meters but maybe the guy alleviates it's a couple of those problems with that and the other one was lying there the to the pun is one of the moment for us at sports is there anything out of Sessa die the why the trek plied that you can take in the Melbourne Cup look other than the fact that you are dandruff obviously going really well he's going to be fit we still have these trucks going apply to be honest it was quite wet on Saturday there's GonNa be some rain today on Monday and supposedly drawing we know it's a joint track but he's going to draw on add some confidence seem Flemington because what we saw on Saturday Dhabi is they used the entire tract I didn't just stick to the fence that didn't stick for the day in the middle like I'm Dan wide and we sold melody battle-winning Michael Grand and also fees impact and then towards the end of the day that I wish shifting off and leaving the fence about four horses of a gap to the inside running row also it was a great spread right across the track all wouldn't expect it to be too much I've got to get through it on Melbourne Cup Day and jockeys go to pick their best path so Jewish touched on it a little bit of inclement weather I think it'll just help Flemington because it's such a great draining track they've prepared these track for the full days play on Oregon it was really fair on Saturday more I'm really looking forward to catching up with the hall of fame trying to dive is he's got three runners in the Melbourne Cup and we're going to get him on the final on a little bit lighter so he won't be able to help some throughout the show today I'm looking forward to that is your task done well let let's go through all the runners one by one in Reis Book Order Starting With Number One cross candidate last year obviously a little bit more white penalty the she does a two-horse classy Ohio UCS V8's now with goodell from blue forever because of course Canis Ripa but that's last year that's irrelevant now you go to carry fifty seven and a half doing now you can get thirty two hundred Mehta's after one the Melvin copy he wants him otherwise he went to do boy I wanNA group to their he started two dollars fifty in this ledger most recent run looking Ren fourth I think back in that rice it was a little bit of a worrying run but he has the pay over a lot of these other international forces put it this way Celli police and absolutely gun he's done it before these horses this is done it before he can win the rice he's not my talk for everybody can definitely win the rice is to have been more helpful because I'm going to trust him at Flemington Lymington as a genuine style what we saw last year was that three year old northern hemisphere hemisphere foam come to the fore carried fifty two key allies he was the best background Gripe Gripe profile leading into that rice since then Josie mentioned you want my which was terrific winning out of the thirty two hundred meters so to me that look walk a whole studied improved to travel back tonight in and then he ran out of a full thousand meters he got one point nine links off stratovarius in gripe form rice in the Gold Cup with D. XP just let's be in front of him as well and then he wasn't far why beyond Stratovarius again in the goodwood and then Dayton full links I'll forgive him for that he's had a really good I think he's a better whole this year and net foam and those four runs within twelve months suggest that he's a bit holes that's fifty seven and a half the reason Gordon Moore top four is because I'm going to trust him as the genuine style in the rice think if you've got class law came you can come back drawing a good guy with fifty seven and a half get locked away and he's going to use he's that he's going to be more top four for those reasons I think we're going to see a bit of a patent horses that can win absolutely smell them cap so that is a big number one cross cannock came winless got the number to murder glass obviously after the barrier draw eight fifty six dollars fifty dining line on board came in as well Ken Wayne counting anyway any of that process of six dollars fifty Moran knowing nine dollars fifty but of a winning chance look he wanted to cool field cop I think the inside guy is the positive Damian line is absolutely able when he's a fantastic jockey there is concerns whether it gets thirty two hundred meters stay in that's probably the concern for the Japanese but I think the inside guy allows him to maybe get a bomb and just because up clued up if you can be with four hundred maters guy I've got no daddy can win the rice doubts on the coffee cupping teams if he had every opportunity to win that rice and still on the run high twenty four and a half twelve and a half so it wasn't sensational last four hundred dollars two hundred a pretty moderate Tampa he's got meaningful the Japan and as a guns I think sometimes we can fall into the brains of twenty four hundred a Coffee Cup win locked that didn't right off the roof in terms of figures that was he's I have a twenty four hundred proud of that he was a two-time winner I have a twenty two hundred police phones brain around the mall and a quarter so easy to to brilliant and is he wanted to he's best at fifty-six kilos against genuine thirty two hundred natal's GonNa be strong that you can trust at the end of the rice with that Madam on top four and now he gets the best run but he's going to need the bush guidance it'll suck up beyond side he can use that tune afoot but easy the brain Ho slot the Saudi thinks these talk horses that we've saying come through at the mall and a quarter and right really well and Hoy but just with the fifty six and not being tested beyond twenty four hundred meters of got that question macaroni happy to him on Kenny Win Not yes yes okay number three mass reality twenty six dollars at at the moment Frankie Dettori onboard can't win yes but I just don't know enough about the tone four one hundred twenty three matches up pretty well but time for one hundred twenty three fifty four and a half roy it up there I mean that's a fair wack he's the handicap has got a hold of him there's no doubting that he ran fifty alleged that cross Canada ran fourteen cross Canada Tudo is fifty Master Valley started fifteen does he can win but I've got him into bat twenty one twenty six dollars look I wouldn't be knocked over but he won't be my betting strategy is to he can he can running the top bite for show this horse because he's a genuine style and he's trolling barrier wine he gets a fifty five and a half and he's foolish stratovarius there's a lot of this

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The Special Delivery Podcast with Hugh Bowman

Three Wide No Cover

09:53 min | 1 year ago

The Special Delivery Podcast with Hugh Bowman

"We'll champion jockey die young fellow that grew up Donnie? Do we see Myron Your Power Jimin Mandy and lived on a bit of property now thirty on us to use a guy you get voted world champion Jockey to was that a surreal feeling to flaw in applying I've of the of the world and accept that trophy all songs I was yeah I didn't think a bit on gas really on Lean obviously that time off back of winks Korean that's interesting have the voting is done online obviously they pick the top one hundred group on writers What I nominate one hundred group one races as the top one hundred of outings don on that system and of course God winks win sort of I I it rises seven group once and then she came back and won the next ye so guide me a little bit of a saloon passage Gina the point scoring the apart from that they'll have a great I think two or three one winners in Hong Kong and of course that Japan cop at the end of the wasn't amazing evil clean I'll never forget it I mentioned you're thirty nine years if I do you have talked to reflect or just too busy seven days a week rice rotting and and rotting away may like winks you don't really get Tom to reflect as simple as that forget yesterday move onto the next day on very much looks forward not backwards anyway But I did tight Tom as we all know off two weeks as retirement to two months off we employees indeed and that did give me Tom to reflect not only on Wync spit on myself and my family and I think you know there was enforces might for myself in those closest to me other laws for we for that success to be able to happen and you know we won't get and later in the show but that's one of the reasons that Japan Cup win was you know very very special to me every will dive into wings a little bit later on but he started you apprenticeship with Rawson but Beth ninety seven you kicked in where you're a natural joke no it wasn't very far from it does natural horsemen natural raw reading how law I can remember the Pony Club from before school up until I define and up until the I just started right shorting really and at the idea of wells Lawson's windows fief doing in the school holidays and fortunately my parents had all the allman had a little bit of an association with Billy Ass Browse through through the eyes of when Neil Molly was trying and bill used erode from a grandfather father and he's waffling and trying to of course and was the leading trainer in the Central District at the Are Yeah I was fortunate enough to be given the opportunity to go with them and having billy as mentor and a God was instrumental in more development as a jockey because as I said it was very unnatural to me because I'd never had really any any experience in the professional sort of horseracing had Google's at the guy was fosters you could when you're young fellow on great holes for night absolutely tight control and bought with you but you can learn so much experiences remember I began with one and let it rip you thought all that adrenaline at the I was actually in the Paddick Moore other with the main and I didn't quote now what else in for to be honest when we winner in we've done a favorite a half pice together but we'd never really let one go yeah I'll never actually forget that the win going through the skull Cap and was a bit a little bit fraud to be honest but you'd left the Albanian edgy he was distant well he sort of went off before he saw Moore horse teams but all wasn't quite ready for the experience as a bit yeah also bit it goes through but it was something that certainly got more adrenaline going and students today who'd you love who'd you love growing up we gotta have role models to simulate the why we want to go about it and get your first period Jodi get your new helmet and then all of a sudden you rod in trawls as an apprentice then you get your ticket who is sitting back on the couch just white and have that I the rice is in Washington going to be that jockey wouldn't be Rice's Darren Beadman Darren beadman and billy I suppose when I was in Ba'athist but before I started my apprenticeship Darren and shine door were dominating the group uh-huh and I were the two that really captured more attention what was it a bad behavior in that you loved just the just he's strengths and he's consistency but as I said it as a four thousand fifteen year old I wasn't really paying attention local would these days but I guess the success and the fact that he in China just come on the best drawers and it was just tit for tat as to who got on the best one and I almost took it in turns chemically c'mon babe and left Android and slip it used to run a little bit short on up as underneath the chain the at the flower hey the billy Oughta look yeah I wasn't as attracted to the show on the white shine Reuters posed Darren because it familiar to say no little actual but he's a hall of Famer and he was very effective at it but familiar personally it was something that I couldn't see myself emulating Iraq and foot knee on Huey a lot of the guys Roy with the bull the Atto side that's Moi that's more for the ball at the guys across the Bolo Tie and that's the that's it what you'd like to rob with your foot running wise APP Well to be honest when I'll start to do that that's had billy road and that's sad download to in the early days I think he ended up running these telling you towards the end but certainly when all star he had full for me on but was always instructed Nelin certain terms they're all Mahfoud foot me on and that's exactly what I did and when I moved to see me after being to successfully easy and buses Leeann and billy we moved to Sydney in all of these more chance to develop into one of the big voice started drawing McCowan the on how to hold stumble was also Tallinn's actually that it just stumbled at the four hundred million American rain we can call Aubert's Hayden are truly believe foof four foot in the on or wouldn't have fallen off it so after six weeks on the saw lawns mirthless six weeks hurt mnay that welcome back back in and of never changed that was it suits you and your stall he say you move from the country the city it's a big big landscape China for you and fast hard but um took two thousand and nine nine year two thousand nine hundred eighty nine hundred ninety nine I should say in two thousand dollars rising seasons in two years year apprenticeship you become Laden apprentice you must have had great opportunities but made the most of it well how did great opportunity had a great granting hundred hundred wieners in the country opinion to Sydney to Rome Quinton in done in Raleigh June nineteen on as it was you just said and I had a great deal of experience but harm you had no country climbing provincial climbing to three kilo climate the city nail was the beneficiary of system charged with offenses which split the categories up to country provincial and city so a regained three kilo alantic provincials and obviously sustain the three kilo climate the country so that that guy I mean eighty winners decline that I wouldn't have had well it didn't have one on issues moved to Sydney so that that really opened the door for opportunity the deformity and yeah I'll think road at provincial Saturday meetings Kimmel Newcastle for four weeks once we got started within the ninety nine season and on the road three three trebles onto doubles and then of course the big boys went to Melbourne yep more opportunity in this in Sydney and had a great season winning the apprentices total exterior winners I think you might be able to help these sad Answer these questions what did we put apprentice on more Victoria and not in Sydney I think the cease to be different into the you've got more dominant China Zied me was even the case back then you had waterhouse and hawks dominating so if it suited them to use an apprentice I would but I tend to use the jockeys and that same sort of dominance has continued on in Sydney with a small number of China's dominating but also the realities the apprentices system in Victoria is far better than UCF wild north thing as much as writing ucs while I was gonNA heading every area that's one area that that all on the boards a working on but it certainly

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Apple, Cavanaugh And Portfolio Manager discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

05:03 min | 1 year ago

Apple, Cavanaugh And Portfolio Manager discussed on MarketFoolery

"Against apple in a five to four decision. The justices ruled that consumers can go ahead with the lawsuit over how apple manages its apps store. I guess this is a big deal. But. You tell me I keep seeing that this is a big defeat for apple if you look at what's happening with apple stock. That's not really reflected there. Yes. Apple stock is down. But it wasn't like it took this big dip once this was announced. Yes. Down a little over five percent as we talk about it and the rest of the market's down about two and a half percent. The NASDAQ three percent. So if you want to isolate the portion of the bad news that is about this lawsuit that the market is pricing in you might call it to two percent drop something like that. And that might be the status of the case, which is it the cases allowed to go forward. But it is not a final verdict or anywhere close in terms of probably the number of years that may follow as litigation continues. But ultimately, yeah, apple doesn't want to be liable to the user. Of iphones for misuse of its monopoly power. Yeah. Again, you're the lawyer not me. But I just sort of look at this and say, okay, it's a close decision. It's it's not like this was some unanimous. You know, all the liberal judges and all the justices and all the conservative justices got together and said, yes absolutely should proceed as a five to four split. And. Yeah. I'm looking at the stock and I don't own shares of apple but if I'm an apple shareholder. I think I'm more concerned about other parts of the business than I am about the impact of this loss of well if in terms of the liberal conservative split, if you're looking for silver linings, you might decide that Cavanaugh who wrote the opinion joining with the other for the other for the four liberal judges on the court and not voting in a block with the other four conservative. Judges sort of a good thing for the independence of thought on the judiciary possibly might make that argument. And I haven't read the opinion. So I shouldn't make that argument. But I I do I do find it somewhat comforting. When five four decisions are other than the five currently conservative judges on one side and all four the liberal. Is on the other side. So there's more to come in this. Stay tuned in other few years there should be a final verdict. That was going to be my final question was like how long is this time? I've got time to get dinner before the final about seven hundred of them over under something like that. So let's get to. What was going to be the lead story in that is the fact that it appears that every single stock trading today is down including apple including apple to the point where I made this joke earlier, but I'm only half joking. I think if you're looking at your portfolio and UCS stock that's up on a day like today. You might want to ask them questions about what's going on with that business because this is one of those days where everything is pretty much everything is in the red. And I'm curious how you as a portfolio manager in your professional life view days like this where like put put aside the politics of the trade war between the US and China on a day like this. When everything is down are you and your colleagues at Pam funds and presumably a lot of other professional investors, just rubbing your hands in glee at the prospect of okay, let's go find some bargains. Well, I think we've we've you these things in context, and that is if the market is down two and a half percent is right now. But we weren't all that thrilled with the price of the market going into the day. And I would say that I the way that I've Al you the market. It's a little bit overpriced. So it's not as if a two and a half percent sale means that it's a screaming bargain at the moment. It's back to where it was you know, few weeks ago, or whatever it was. So I think that it in terms of management of portfolio depends on whether there's cash currently in the portfolios, we manage their reasonably close to fully invested most of the time. So I think that it just means it we're we're down about as much as everybody else. Now. I I don't think that today's news while it's not good for

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How our faces are helping create a new surveillance technology

FT News

15:23 min | 1 year ago

How our faces are helping create a new surveillance technology

"To be worth nine billion dollars by twenty twenty two thanks to rapid improvements in the speed. And accuracy of the software. Recent strides in machine learning using large data sets of images culled from the internet have made this possible. But how ethical is it and how affect our privacy never hawk discusses these issues with Madame me merger. Our European technology. Correspondent. Not an article for the deaf t- weekend magazine about facial recognition technology, which has been evolving quite quickly, but largely under the radar. So can you explain I what facial recognition technology is? And how it works. So facial recognition technology today walks as a system which scans people whether that's on a busy road or people at an event depends who you're looking for and the systems that run this can pick out people specifically that you may be looking for. So it depends what the application is for example, police might be using it to scan video feeds at an event looking for specific criminal or looking for somebody at the border looking for Tara suspect illegal immigrants or any sorts of suspects that they're trying to spot, and the technology is able to much these people's faces with a photo that it's been trained on to find the right person. So detects people automatically. There's no need for a human operator to sort of look. Through the images. Exactly. So it automatically identifies. People find them, and then can tell you who they are. So who owns this technology at the moment. The technology is owned by a whole bunch of different people. It's not single owner. So it's being developed for example, both in the public and private sector. There are companies ranging from Microsoft to Facebook IBM and many others who've go in house facial recognition systems and outgrow them. Amazon is another one that they've trained up themselves and are being used for commercial reasons, and then there's also public algorithm. So for example, the UK police is currently using facial recognition algorithms to solve crimes, for example, say public algorithms you mean being used by public bodies rather than that they're publicly available. Yes. Both actually there are some which are published widely and are open so people can pick them up and then use them for their own operations. And then there are also algorithms used by public bodies include. Law enforcement and homeland security and other police and government departments. So what would you say the positive and negative ways that we can use this technology? We often talk about the negative connotations of facial recognition. Because obviously, it's a surveillance technology and often, you know, facial recognition as the umbrella, Tom, but it's not just about recognizing people. But about tracking people through series of videos, for example, if we want to see where somebody has ended up or analyzing their faces for things like figuring out that emotions or maybe even to lip read what they're saying if you can't hear so this wider umbrella of Tom's Israeli about looking at the face and figuring out the behavior or what somebody is saying doing, and obviously that can be lots of negative uses for example, surveillance people who governments might find interesting to them and also finding suspected criminals, but the problem is that fatal wreck. Ignition technology isn't very accurate yet. It's better than it has a husband, but it still makes several mistakes and the danger is that people will be wrongly identified. And of course, if the fallout is that you might get arrested or detained than does a high bought at being accurate on the positive side. We such as talk about being able to diagnose diseases, for example by looking at signals from people's faces so things like diabetes Parkinson's. You might see very very early signs of this through people's facial expressions or other signals undock could help Ali diagnoses on hence early treatment. So there are other uses of it. But obviously the biggest market for these technologies has been in security, and surveillance or suppose if police forces are using the technologies in let's say, for example of relative went missing or something. Then what thing that you'd welcome those agencies having exactly and this is what law enforcement agencies have said that they also use them for. For example, to find missing children, and because that technology can motor what somebody might look like after a few years. It means that you can have an updated version of somebody's face who's gone missing. And that can be much more helpful in finding them, for example. So yes, there are useful applications for this technology as well. But there's also big potential for misuse or think there's some evidence of that misuse in western China isn't the in sin. John weather. I think he's been used to monitor the week population. There exactly. So in China. The state has been using these types of surveillance technologies for surveilling, the general population law enforcement uses it to Savell crowds and to prevent things like riots, but also specifically at has been used to identify and track minority populations in China, including the Muslim population both in west and China, but also in other parts of the country, and there are both private companies in China as. As well. As universities that have been developing and supplying these technologies so in where it's like, a classic example of Julius technology. That's called benign or malign -application. This is true of any emerging technology. But just specifically in the case of facial recognition. It's very personal and invasive, you're explain in your article, how the image data says that on vital to the development of the technology have been collected and widely shed can you tell us a bit more about that show? So the investigation that I did for this piece was walking with the research, a hoot collected about three hundred different data sets. And basically what these data sets are big collections of faces faces of people mostly from the west which have been scraped or picked up from the internet. So it could be from Google images or being could be from flicker where people have uploaded family photo albums. It could be from YouTube videos, where people have picked out stills from these videos, or it can be even more. More invasive where researchers have for example, setup surveillance cameras on university campuses in town squares in markets, and then use those images to create these data sets good concern for taking people's which is without. So surprisingly, not in a lot of the cases with the internet images. These were uploaded with what's called, a creative Commons license and the original intention for this license was to allow people to freely reuse or republish these photos without always having to ask for someone's permission or to pay copyright charges. But how it's ended up being used is that these faces have gone into building sats that then train facial recognition algorithms to spot and analyze faces better. So really all of these pictures of people that they've unwittingly put up or unwittingly walked through a campus. For example, have now ended up training algorithms in China that are. Used to study video surveillance, for example, in Israel and in Russia or even in the US and the UK where they're being used to study by metric profiles of people's faces. Hervey spoken to the researchers who've uploaded these images. Yeah, I managed to contact a few that were willing to talk to me one of the researchers. I spoke to was from the university of Colorado, Colorado Springs UCS, and he'd created a data set. The he calls unconstrained college students the clues in the name. Basically, he set up a surveillance camera. And he said that he filmed students walking around campus who were unaware that they were being filmed and the whole goal of this exercise was to create a really realistic data set of people's faces where they want to stunned portrayed Shorto. Anything liner yourself your party per no. This is just not true footage of people walking around their faces covered up looking down at their phones side profiles. Partially hidden, which is how things would be in the real world when you're trying to Savell people walking around and by creating the status at he was then able to override the heated share it with the federal government and many others, including researchers and companies who then use this data set to inform their own research understand some of these data sets have been used by the university of defense technology in China create surveillance technology ESO N, you DT's the National University of defense technology in China, and it's run by the Chinese military. So as very well established links with the PLA, the Chinese military and a lot of the work that they do in the area of or drones is used to inform and design and develop technologies for the military. And yes, I found a few papers which were written by entity DT, researchers that had used the data sets that we found and barren mind these. Data sets were created in the US or the UK or elsewhere extraordinary time when the US is anxious about the Johnny's getting hold of US technology. Exactly. And I found that this was actually a huge blind spot. So while there are discussions all of the world of whether there should be sanctions or export controls applied to sensitive technologies. Especially I for example, with China actually academic partnership seemed to be completely invisible in this entire discussion and they fly under the radar. So there are so many of these individual collaborations that I found with students from these universities in China over searchers who've been working with US, UK, and Australia and companies and universities and publishing work together. And that doesn't seem to be any framework all sort of training to question what's happening with these technologies where they're being applied who ultimately gets access to them. It just seen as sort of a. Free exchange of ideas, you'd have no sense than researchers have ethical scruples about taking people's faces of the internet and then applying them in these ways. Yeah. I mean, I think that the researchers who had created the data sets believed that they were doing a public good because they were advancing a technology that could be used in a variety of different ways. But they don't seem to have considered the effect of having a borderless internet, which means that faces can be essentially exported across the whole world and get into the hands of people who might not have the same ethical boundaries or ideas that they have. And so the ultimate use case could be really different from what they had imagined off aces could be training surveillance technologies that we a have no idea about and be might have huge ethical objection to do you foresee a negative uses of this technology in the west as well. Yes. So the technology is also been used. And by law enforcement and governments in the US and the UK, for example, here in the UK Prozac terrorists have been protesting the police as USA facial recognition technology, and the main objection hair is that it's not good enough considering it's being used by the police to catch criminals because it means that often mistakes are being made an input take your the error rate of full facial recognition of minorities is higher than it is for Caucasians, and this is partly because of the training data. So if these systems are trained on lots and lots of Caucasian faces it means they are better at recognising Caucasian faces and because they haven't had as much training data of all the racism minority faces. It means that they are less accurate in identifying them. So though ends up being a bias of misidentification when it comes to the police using this to catch criminals, researchers pursuing this tunnel as you could argue that by creating new movie realistic data says. They can overcome those sort of biases. Exactly. And that's the big debate. Here. Should we create more data sets and more diverse data set so that we improve Asia recognition or should we just stop digging into people's privacy by filming and photographing them as they go about their daily lives, and maybe put limitations and stops on the use of the technology at all. And these are the two sides of the coins. And there are privacy activists today who feel that we shouldn't really be using facial recognition at all. Because there are other ways to achieve the same things without being so invasive into people's lives and scraping images without on knowledge. Some technologies would argue that they solution to the shortcomings of data is get yet. More data. Exactly. And this is the rabbit hole that it seems this entire research community has gone down because they're looking for more data and. More unconstrained data and more natural data, a natural in the sense just means without consent because by definition, it means people shouldn't know that they're being filmed. So you know, we just seem to be going further and further down this whole is there any way to ensure the images used only for purposes of beneficial. Do you think I think like with any technology? You can't turn the clock back. So these faces already exist facial recognition is useful. It is cheaper than having loads and loads of human pace officers, for example, and it's quicker as well. You can comb through hours of footage rather than getting a single pass and sit down and watch it and spot people. So it's coming it's going to be used. So the question is can we put into place proper ethical training and also legal and public policy? Limitations on the technology or breaks that would force academics and corporations and governments. Everybody who uses and develops a sec. Analogy to really question how it could be used and to try and prevent that from happening. So for my story when I contacted a lot of these researchers the question, I asked was do you think about how your technology could ultimately be used? And if yes, what do you put into place to ensure it doesn't get into the wrong hands and often I found that they haven't even thought about that. So that really should be a fuss step where you maybe have ethics training for anybody working on sensitive AI topics like facial recognition to really educate them about how it is being used and how it could be used to get pressure from policymakers as well in this area. Well, exactly because at the moment, it seems that it's so new and emerging that the lowest still far behind and hasn't caught up. And so the only way for that to be any real restriction as for the public as well as lawmakers and companies themselves to come together to create a framework for how this is used. Thank you very much. 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March Madness 2019: Let's try to explain this chalky Sweet 16

WAOK Programming

03:40 min | 1 year ago

March Madness 2019: Let's try to explain this chalky Sweet 16

"So I know that we are down to the Sweet Sixteen after four incredible days of basketball, jam packed with college hoops. How's your bracket? Look, minus the food. I mine looks kinda gross now. But I would say we had a little bit of everything. If you went straight chalk you are in good shape after the first four days of the tournament because the ones the twos the threes in every region have advanced to the Sweet Sixteen so think about it in the east. We have Duke Michigan state LSU one two three and then a five own I'm sorry at four in Virginia Tech. So the top four in the east all advance in the west. It's the same thing Gonzaga, Michigan, Texas, Tech, Florida state one two three four. So that's the left half of your bracket. Again, the east and the west. In the mid west. You have a five spoiling the party, quote, unquote, Auburn beating Kansas. To to ruin the whole one two three four thing in the mid west. But otherwise, it's one two three five and then in the south one to three twelve boom. If you add the Oregon ducks. As a twelve seed. Turning into Cinderella and making it to the Sweet Sixteen. Well, then you are sitting pretty in your bracket. The only double figures seed surviving the final game of Sunday night. Actually pitted. A pair of double digit seeds in Oregon and UC Irvine who upset Kansas state on Friday. And so we knew there would be one double figures seed remaining liberty had a shot at Virginia Tech on Sunday evening that was a possibility. But for the most part again, if you went Chuck, Chuck, Chuck Chuck Chuck kicking up that dusty chalk. Well, then you're in good shape. I haven't checked the after hours bracket standings. But looking at my own bracket, I did have Oregon in the Sweet Sixteen, but I also had Wofford. And I had buffalo. And so I still have thirteen of my sixteen, but I don't think that's real difficult real difficult standard to maintain. Honestly. Again, if you went one twos and threes and fours, even you should be in good shape. Does it mean the tournament? Has it been good? However, there have been a lot of blow outs. There were getting down from thirty two to sixteen on Saturday. There were a bunch of blow outs. But there was also history. And there was also great drama Sunday. Brought us one of the best games of the year in Duke versus UCS. So we'll get to that game coming up. We also had with twenty five point rally to force overtime against Tennessee. I can only imagine the bullets that volunteer fans were sweating. But may what a performance from some of the big men in this tournament on Sunday. So I'd love to hear from you. What are you taking away from these first four days of the NCAA tournament with my apologies to Dayton the first four full days. And now we're down to Sweet

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"ucs" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"ucs" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Guests here. Sam Roberts is here. And Michael FOX's here. Her show is a weekly show live from outer space. But it's not actually you don't do the show in outer space. I mean, it depends on what I'm on audience. It's more of like a metaphorical outerspace like David Bowie who I think we're celebrating his birthday today. You know, he was the star, man. But he really wasn't a storm, man. He just he was just tapping into a kind of an experience. Right. He saying about it a lot does anything about it a lot ten Cam. Yeah. Prove you wasn't an alien. I. Dead aliens. Don't just die like maybe he will which is left then UCS body. No. I personally did not see his body. Now that you bring that up so live from outer space. It's in Bushwick. That's right. Every week. Do you? Do you podcasts it or something or stand up comedy stand up show? So you can't podcast. It's it's it's it's live. It's a show live from out not everything it needs to be broadcast. Right now, you're asking the last professional broadcaster, Tom you're asking the wrong guy. So when when we left we were talking about Kevin Hart, John in mentor, Ohio is calling in about Kevin Hart. Welcome john. How you guys doing today? Good. You know concerning Kevin Hart. Okay. I live. I love his movies. I love stand up and the thing about it is Kevin Hart apologize. Drop subject drive on you can't any awards, and all these social just warriors are attacking a great comedian. And he's just an all around. Nice guy guys. You know, Tom, you mentioned this more than one time guys. Like ralphie may the late. Great ralphie may. Would not survive in today's environment. I'm Jerry Seinfeld. Molly's other great comedians, don't even go on college campuses anymore because everybody is gonna be offended about something they say and ralphie may was one of those that attacked everybody and he made everybody laugh. So how is it? Now safe to go to comedy clubs and improv. They're gonna you know, it's it's you know, that's how come I sometimes feel that the comedy industry basically shot itself in the foot, not hang up. Listen free response guys. Great show. Thank you. John is is comedy. You know, is it worth going out to the clubs anymore? So yeah, I mean, the clubs are still the club's comedies absolutely least.

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Central Florida gets its highest initial playoff ranking at Number 12

WGR Programming

02:57 min | 2 years ago

Central Florida gets its highest initial playoff ranking at Number 12

"UCS not going to have a win of substance when it's all said and done, and and so that makes you wonder how much higher can they get UCF is twelve same ranking that they had in the final release of the thousand seventeen ranking tied for the highest by a group of five team, Ohio State opens it. Number ten after the after falling to Purdue Penn State sitting at number fourteen having lost back to back games to the buckeyes. And Michigan state the big ten's. Final Representative is Iowa. At number sixteen mentioned number seven, Oklahoma. The highest ranking big twelve team they had a list that includes West Virginia number thirteen number seventeen Texas and Iowa State at number twenty four sportscenter allnight ESPN radio and the ESPN app from college to the pros. NFL trade deadline passing us on Tuesday. And in some respects, the rich get richer. The Rams the only unbeaten remaining in the NFL adding Dante Fowler to the defensive line ESPN insider Bill Polian Fowler had been a disappointment on and off the field in Jacksonville hadn't produced. He was not a starter. And he had some difficulties off the field. So this was a question of cutting ties.

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"ucs" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"ucs" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"Whether he was just watching a fan, whether he was supporting teammate, and of course, you know, his fights themselves. He's he's he's a cool cat. All right, guys. Let's do the daily debate. And then we'll go to a commercial, and then we'll come back with Ricardo Lama. So here we go. The question for today is back the Bennis grin. If been aspirin joins UCS expected where does it belong in the official rankings top five top ten top fifteen or unranked who wants to go. First, you guys decide. Over there. I'll take this one. I I ended up going top five, but it's really probably at around five. I wouldn't hate you. If you did top ten, but a lot of his wins to just come outside, the UFC in one of the ways that we figure out just how while you are is competing at the highest level. And he he lacks a little bit of that. He's fought some guys that have fought in the scene, and he's been successful. But I would say maybe top five right at number five would be good for me. How You about you? damn? Dan. I'm right around in the same area. Admittedly, don't have the rankings page pulled up in front of me. But if I did I would probably just go to the US rankings for this one as far as strictly ranking him in house because obviously that's where he's rumored to be and even those rankings can be questionable time some guys kinda hold their spots. Maybe maybe you know, we should circle. It a, you know, circulated a little better that being said, I would still see Ben aspirin right around the right around the top five I would say top five, but realistically, I would maybe like a seven or eight. But the fact that they'll probably match them against the top five. I imagine. He's right right at the cost but number five. Okay. Yeah. I think this is a pretty unanimous. Then I also said top five. 'cause I, you know, I physically voted, but I one of the ones that usually initiates rankings talk. When we talk about the, you know, the USA today, and may junkie rankings the first thing, I would do and I didn't wanna do it for this one. Because then I felt like not not that I was cheating. But I just had the inside info I didn't wanna go back to win. Ben, technically retired to see when it is. We officially pulled them off. Like, that's what I did for like Chad Mendez, for example, when he was offered two years. I went back to see where he was then use that along with the fight that he had on Boise, Idaho, the win to then gauge, you know, where I felt like he fit. That's the same thing. I would do with Ben aspirin when he does come back. But without doing that, I went and looked and the one thing we can do is put them below nine because he's got that head to head vs Douglas Lima. And then you start matching him up versus what Comorros Mon and Robbie Lawler and failed Assange done all those guys have succeeded at high high levels, especially Lawler, Dasani Sonya winning titles. Tucson is fifty five but still they've won titles. You know, they've hit the pay the apex of their divisions. And then you just start to look to see who's who who's doing. What Tyrone woodley's the UCLA undisputed champion co Kobe Covington is the was the interim champion. He's only lost. Once ROY McDonald is currently the bell tour welterweight champion. And then you get the till and Thompson, frankly, guys, I think I would play some right between McDonald and till it has heard him that he hasn't fought, you know, in in about a year or so and his last few fights, they weren't against the highest caliber of opponents yet tougher competition and bell tower in my eyes, but what helps him out tremendously? And what would have helped them out is. It is how do you not retired is the fact that while he was eighteen or no he wasn't losing. And all those other guys when they do take a loss. Sometimes that's when you have to take a little bit of tumble. But as you win you also go up word. So I I think I would play some right above till and right below McDonald? But yeah, I think it seems like we're all kind of on the same page as far as top-five concern. So anyway, that's our daily debate. Today brought to you by the junkie radio.

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"ucs" Discussed on Got Science?

Got Science?

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"ucs" Discussed on Got Science?

"It is shirk Colleen. It's early career scientists month here at UCS, AK August. And since it's early career scientists months, can we take a moment to shout out some of the amazing scientists? We know absoulutely, let's do it. Okay. I, I wanna shout out Dr marina Robinson Snowden a nuclear engineer in the first American born woman of color to earn a PHD from the MIT department of nuclear science and engineering. Her doctoral research focused on finding unique ways to detect whether countries. Are living up to nuclear disarmament treaties. Doctor student is a Stanton nuclear security fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for international peace, whereas she works on nuclear arms control verification non-proliferation and modernisation issues. Okay. My turn Jesse Shanahan is an extra physicist and contributing writer at Forbes and creator of the hashtag disabled and stem. She's a graduate researcher in astronomy astrophysics at UC, San Diego studying active, galactic nuclei. She's a dedicated advocate for excess ability and disability inclusion sciences for everyone. She says she also co founded the working group on accessibility and disability for the American astronomical society. And she serves on the leadership board of five hundred women scientists can I do a more? Absolutely. Okay. Prieta Shukla is a climate scientists studying ongo. Changes to our oceans at the data marine lab at the university of California Davis. While her research focuses mainly on how climate change affects species such as shellfish and seagrass. She also works to help people living on the coast, understand how climate change will affect their lives and livelihoods. She recognizes that working on climate change also means working on social Justice and she's passionate about elevating the voices of marginalized people within science and outside of science will kudos all round to these amazing scientists and they're just getting started. I'm excited to see what they'll accomplish throughout their careers. And I hope at some point to get them on the got science podcast. So Trey, remind me how we know all these folks while Colleen. They're all members of the science network, which is the UCS community of over twenty four thousand scientists, engineers, public. Health officials and other experts who want to use their expertise to make difference science network members have raised their hand to get more involved outside their labs and offices. They worked to educate people about science. They lend their scientific credentials to community groups that might need them and the advocate for the role of science in our democracy. All right. We'll help the early career scientist month. UCS is celebrating all of you who use the power of science to make positive change. What's that hashtag again, hashtag early career Cy. Thanks, Colleen. Thanks Raya. Well, that's it for this episode of got science special. Thanks to Dr. Joel mink this week in science, history was brought to you by Katie love, editing by Omari, spears music by Brian Middleton, writing and research by Pamela worth. Our executive producer is rich Hayes, and I'm your host, Colleen McDonald. Thanks and see an.

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Eritrean delegation in Ethiopia for peace talks

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

03:47 min | 2 years ago

Eritrean delegation in Ethiopia for peace talks

"You're listening to news ethiopia and derek trae oh two countries in the horn of africa who in the late nineteen ninety s four the bloody border war claimed the lives of as many as one hundred thousand people they have never made their peace with the border dispute unresolved but today ethiopian and eritrean flags for student the root for madison out of their airport to the city centre for the arrival of a high level eritrean delegation amid hopes of a breakthrough in one of africa's most intractable conflict sits be made possible in part by ethiopia's new prime minister abby med who in a dizzying pace of reform since he took office this year as also agreed to withdraw ethiopian forces from a contested territory on the border with tran let's be bronwyn bruton deputy director of the atlantic consoles africa center so is this some possibly the end of the border dispute you know i i personally think at the end of the border dispute is inevitable at this point because the border dispute with something that was kept alive by by primarily melissa now the old ethiopian prime minister before his death and bias small to gray and elite after his death and that elite has lost power and i think for the rest of ethiopia there's not much of a logic to continuing the border war and certainly our trade is eager to put an end to all the suffering that's been occasioned by ethiopian occupation over the years so it's not as advanced med has to take ethiopians with him if he is to settle this dispute for the most part no i mean there's certainly a powerful faction of people inside the opium who will object to this i think the challenge for all the is going to be that from the airtran perspective they don't know him wealth and so they're gonna want to undergo a process of getting to know him getting to know what his views are on the border but more than anything else i think they're going to want to see that the shift of power that's taken place in ethiopia is adorable one that position is firm that the tegray and elite is not going to come back into power and re start the war basically that all of these these trauma and is political reforms which really means redesigning the entire system of government in ethiopia is going to happen because that's what's required for peace between the opium airtrek i it's not a matter of simply pulling troops over the border it's it's a long longstanding disagreement over the way that the opium has segregated south necessity and that needs to be resolved in order to really have a piece and that's gonna be a long process you talk about very trains tried to get to know abiotic med assigned safa work the era trendy arabia med two very different people want an crash the other arguably a democrat yeah that's right i mean be all bad is he's just done an amazing job since he came into office but it is important to thank back about how he came to power and he came to power on the shoulders of these romo protesters who were largely ucs you know they're they're young teenagers essentially who blocked the roads into addison baba enforced the e the opium government to release a slew of political prisoners to put aubin pow or and then to undertake all of these reforms and he's doing this because his authority rests on those protesters and so if he doesn't do what they want then i think you'll lose power very quickly from when bruton wti.

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Greece, Macedonia to sign deal ending yearslong name dispute

BBC World Service

01:38 min | 2 years ago

Greece, Macedonia to sign deal ending yearslong name dispute

"Up in hospital but even though she was conscious she could not speak or move except for her eyes through her eyes move was like those tiny spong and yet i couldn't really believe that so i asked to rig it ucs she blinked and i also again do you understand what i'm saying and she linked again and then i knew that she was still in the find out how the couple managed to communicate through just a blink after the news neil nunez with the bbc news the first of more than six hundred migrants who were refused entry by italy and malta have arrived in spain the migrants were aboard an italian coastguard vessel which docked at the port of valencia shortly after dawn his damon gramatica the i if the ships arrived in at houghton valencia just as the sun was rising adorned glow in the background and spanish police boats circling is the vessel docked at the key side after we could see it's taken a thousand mile journey across the mediterranean to find a safe port prepared to take in the six hundred thirty people plucked from the waters off libya at the private rescue ship the aquarius on the doctor medical teams translators and red cross officials spain's new socialist government says it wants to show a different more humanitarian way for europe to deal with refugees and by grins crossing the sea greece and macedonia judah sign an agreement shortly aimed at ending decades of dispute about macedonia's name onto the deal greece's neighbor will be known as north macedonia guided lonely reports the two prime ministers will meet at lake presper on the border between that country's the scientists symbolic straddling both the greek province cold macedonia and the former yugoslav republic which is contentiously shed its name for the past three decades they'll put pen to paper on the greek side before heading for an early lunch and what they've agreed to call north macedonia they may receive a hot reception from protesters' police in athens used tear gas to disperse thousands of people who gathered at the parliament building on saturday they were chanting traitors as.

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"ucs" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"ucs" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Basketball i was always out to me and then things just kinda changed i ended up taking academic scholarship to ucs brooklyn back snowboarding so i had a time off and then from sports and it was kinda just during that time period that anime more so for me was just kind of a joke me and my mom were at the gym working out and getting back into shape and i the first thing i started with a seen them training it was just really intense so i told my mom like i'm gonna do that just playing with her because she wouldn't even let me do boxing and i mean she kind of fell into inches like you know i think it'd be good for you go for so in her mind she thought i was just going to go in there and train but we went in and we talked to the coach went in the next night for my first training session which i got fed to the wolves i started sparring my very first time and from there i just fell in love with it i came home four months later well i came home with about a month and a half later and i was like i'm gonna put my first fight my mom freaked out my family was not supportive of time everybody thought i was crazy and then i think it was just more motivating for me because they were just like they weren't really believing in me and i was being honoree at the time but i found like something that was really calling me pennington joining us here on drive time sports you have gotten to a certain level in the ufc your pre big time and you could i'm sure train almost anywhere across the country but you choose to stay here in colorado springs how important is it to you to to be home to train here to live here to just be here as.

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"ucs" Discussed on Go Time

Go Time

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"ucs" Discussed on Go Time

"Interesting i'm looking on the different options when you click on by it actually gives you a couple of different ways you can and then one of the ways you can find that his is is the four open source projects which is free it says noncommercial open source projects can qualify for free licenses to go and and other jebreen's tools provided the meaty simple set of criteria are you familiar with that the the restrictions are constraints around that i'm not very familiar as so you know first week year but i'm i'm happy to to follow up on that usually if you if you just write to them they're very quick to to reply so yet just if you're listening to these just three to two right to to the sales team anathema and daily be happy to if you what does this why do you choose this editor over other options like we talked about the you know the tried and true i know that the brian eric i'm pretty sure they're them candidates lewis ucs code i use vs code i'm sure there's lots of others out there listening to us coke is very supportive of go but why do you watch us golden over other options what why is it perfect for you so for me personally it's the all inspection engine but allows you to in real time issues that you have with the id with with your cold from the id so for example if you have a compiler errors you've done need to necessarily wait for the go build tool to actually compile your code the idea we'll know that or it's the fact that it integrates if other tolls or languages such as for example.

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"ucs" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"ucs" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"I have but no we've talked about this before money for your kids i saw the lego movie and like i was a kid and my son was the dad we had go outside the lines he's like i must follow the instructions okay i'm excited because i've never ordered lego for my son this is tron light cycles does and it will if it's if it's mind all right clear like pieces lego couple of bits they've announced their new ucs star wars set it's it's the ultimate collector series this is the y wing ucs why wing noth thank you what why wins one of the most beautiful trolling us no i don't like the y wing never grieve lease on the outside so details legos perfect for making this super detailed it didn't yeah they couldn't pull it off they couldn't destroy the star good are they oh goodness and the injuries just pop off those things being released on may fourth of course your star wars day there's one hundred dollars and is one hundred dollars is it at the same scale as the millennium falcon smaller seventy five thousand parts no is that what that is no product number jesus seven how do you know how many parts of this is not listed in this picture ages fourteen and up let me double check there is a listing for how many pieces almost two thousand pieces nineteen hundred and sixty seven pieces so that gets close to your ten cents per lego brick price point comes with a little pork ins many think there you go ow now i mean i'm back in back like borgen back in stay on target.

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"ucs" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"ucs" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"Fbi come outside please never happened to me fuck that let me ask you something mike rent put whether you see yourself in this podcast gaming three has ucs up like a once they put periscope once in about two years apples have an apt which puts periscope and asking together if if you had a weekly show you just duct two movies that means every night at nine o'clock your time once everybody in the house just calm down it could be the michael rapaport show you open up your computer you switch on the top it's got a camera on your ready got your graphic senate and you know videos way and talk about imagine i will be the first one to do it i'd be down for that i love it it's amazing we doing with this technology fucking crazy where it's become where you know we talk him into we recently talked him into finally watching baseball games that he's gonna watch anyway and stream and let people watch this lunatic wives two games drove absolutely jump up and down curse at the tv and and in the sand thing joe i'll say this they're gonna see greatness with nicotera greatness but but in his prime fifteen years ago watching the game i know i know you've lost the step where it's still the same same acidy every time because i remember he's frightened me we watched the playoffs i'm on i'm i'm still there i'm still there.

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"ucs" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"ucs" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"Field um i mean the the the saada in the uniform is not a is not an example of those fighters being uh employees that's a it's a that's a demonstration of the munsop any power of your seat there are uh you know the uniforms and not evidence of employee status there i exhibit one of and stop any hour you'll see athletes have no say these terms or imposed on them precisely because you'll see the dominant monopoly and monopolists innis uh the athletes have no negotiating power whatsoever but i is it that exactly what are the port like you just tone employ you have to wear this you have to do this you have to be isn't that exactly again again that's not evidence of being an employee there it's an them that's demonstration of their monopoly in our as a part of our class action lawsuit right how's the lawsuit going in your opinion well we all were waiting for um the status of being a they're going to rule on our are classed we're going to get a class status at they find that we've all been damage in the same way all fighters from two thousand ten til presentday we've been damaged in the same way we'll we'll get the class and then we'll move forward from there there was a revelation i came out um as far as the lawsuit is concerned from the ucs lawyer seeing essentially that uh it's it's impossible to compare the the the fighters to professional athletes of the four major sports because they're unionized in these guys aren't meaning you guys and and it at least a red to me like he was saying it's a mistake for the enemy fighters uc fighters to not be unionized because you don't get certain advantages in and of course you don't have a seat at the table did you see that in did you feel the same way about about that response.

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"ucs" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"ucs" Discussed on WLOB

"Hey in sex job ucs you'd have to dan i am all right when he do not than he is talking about put a stop to this on the man of the family now didn't do anything wrong no how come your eyes awhile he he just got kind of flustered night liked him since we bespoke three years old now is the time to do something about it you be careful or groom gyp what are you won't wanna watch you hang round hear no more let me give you some advice or rim i'm pretty mad right now i mad at you in particular so it seems shame if you gotta my way and i took the whole thing out on you you threaten that where you take it don't forget who i mean and who is that we go way back but a dime for every time out what ju i'd have a hundred dollars true enough but you have worked me lately now get out of my pay make me and that's the way you want it the oh no times have changed organ time sure have changed.

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"ucs" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

Big Brown Breakdown

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"ucs" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

"The ucs you now they're they're doing some good things for you you k can't be all negative all the time we can't have that noone what also nola support that issued a takes off ofting it's draining you the chant now they gave you holly home she's a huge drawl you beat her now they give me a super fight potential las vegas weekend july summit that's fucking huge stop the complaining stop the victim don't do that and same thing with woodley you gotta stop that man you can't always bhutto us he can't do this uc to undo years uc to undo this for me they're not doing this not woah woah woah woah woah woah stop it you're the world champion of most of this falls on your shoulders what else yup we can get into this week we can move on but it's just the tweet back and forth between either cyborg in or ray wherever it is and i mean answer off whose dating amanda which i love that story what did she say so cyborg tweets out i've agreed with my maj i've agreed ally mandra to fight amanda hashtag uc twenty six license las vegas turn international fight week i will let her finalize her side of the bout now even tweeting that it does not work that way man that such poor taste man there's no way cyborgs donna and then cyber just says we still good with vegas amanda and coach conan it's so silly again that this is such preliminary taught enter go hey you you still down a male and coach koehnen icu we good you i heard you guys are into it but unless you get direct word from the assi you set yourself up for failure you also don't have this control the uc does not work like this.

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"ucs" Discussed on World News This Week

World News This Week

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"ucs" Discussed on World News This Week

"When they're going to ask the secretary you're to tackle isis first and when american jobs or on the llamas bell margaritas is does the newsham and when coach action needs the charge because he reports to the ucs world news tonight with david muir hey the lady used roughly corresponding mary bruce just wanted to tell you about powerhouse politics that's our weekly politics podcast free disease jonathan karl and reclined breakdown the biggest stories in washington and talk to the newsmakers and guess he won't your anywhere else there was true the makes it appear at once in awhile again the podcast is powerhouse politics divided on apple podcast or wherever you're listening right now just search powerhouse politics and subscribe today it's easy to forget about animals when we are bundling up against the cold there are those with furrer used to cold temperatures but abc's jim ryan has a story about some reptiles getting refuge from the cold here and there are along the sixty five miles have beach that make up padre ellen national seashore people have been finding green sea turtles some or feet long motionless in the sand they're not dead just stunned by the cold and our sour hope save these turtles to that could be repatriated back into our texas water sue 51 dotted shaver of the sea turtles stranding and salvage networks says five hundred stunned turtles have been brought in for rehab including a soak in a kitty pool to wade out the cold snap jim ryan abc news dallas and those of the people in events that made world news this week.

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"ucs" Discussed on Z100

Z100

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"ucs" Discussed on Z100

"The five am green morning show i'm greg t we are just one hour away from elves duran and the entire c one hundred morning show to be a little bit of weird of a day to day because you've got elvis and denounce curien frogging all he in miami florida as they were there for the big y one hundred jingle ball edging the wall of course left here in new york in that went on down so they were there for the big gigantic concert last night so we're gonna get you all the behind the scenes knew the what you might amiss it's all going to happen today and then myself and baffoni in garreton your rid sud cake in the rest of the crew will be up here and it's gonna be a weird fun show but you know what that's the ucs right from us right thirty five degrees right now light rain and clouds uh pretty much a cloudy daytoday high around forty six degrees ms light rain is going to dry on out it's a issued taper off and on weather forecasters were saying around the seventy and between seven and eight israel it's really gonna strategist dry out but yet mostly cloudy daytoday so zanik brother do let's get up let's get it going and let's catch up with what we might have missed over the weekend while you might amidst on last friday's elvis durand morning show and let's get a golan ed sheeran kicks so all forest this is e one andrea found happy monday running me india's die ride in the mm and sweden i never knew word one weighed in forty days below your body's and in your oh man i will not game <music> time nine <music> this may fellow your body's a own and in your eyes your oh my new be and then czar do mid frame aigion the garage in raven so when you say man yau was wounded in man she down new nine <music> we'll have found who wound stronger than any one and no see says mud scenes sunday mom carrie ann smith sacred driving law charming phil lewis oh no i i the man i kim so <music> had done woo in this when nothing kim's though done uh <music> the eight oh man god then in with zone half way

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"ucs" Discussed on Z100

Z100

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"ucs" Discussed on Z100

"The five am green morning show i'm greg t we are just one hour away from elves duran and the entire c one hundred morning show to be a little bit of weird of a day to day because you've got elvis and denounce curien frogging all he in miami florida as they were there for the big y one hundred jingle ball edging the wall of course left here in new york in that went on down so they were there for the big gigantic concert last night so we're gonna get you all the behind the scenes knew the what you might amiss it's all going to happen today and then myself and baffoni in garreton your rid sud cake in the rest of the crew will be up here and it's gonna be a weird fun show but you know what that's the ucs right from us right thirty five degrees right now light rain and clouds uh pretty much a cloudy daytoday high around forty six degrees ms light rain is going to dry on out it's a issued taper off and on weather forecasters were saying around the seventy and between seven and eight israel it's really gonna strategist dry out but yet mostly cloudy daytoday so zanik brother do let's get up let's get it going and let's catch up with what we might have missed over the weekend while you might amidst on last friday's elvis durand morning show and let's get a golan ed sheeran kicks so all forest this is e one andrea found happy monday running me india's die ride in the mm and sweden i never knew word one weighed in forty days below your body's and in your oh man i will not game <music> time nine <music> this may fellow your body's a own and in your eyes your oh my new be and then czar do mid frame aigion the garage in raven so when you say man yau was wounded in man she down new nine <music> we'll have found who wound stronger than any one and no see says mud scenes sunday mom carrie ann smith sacred driving law charming phil lewis oh no i i the man i kim so <music> had done woo in this when nothing kim's though done uh <music> the eight oh man god then in with zone half way

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"ucs" Discussed on Z100

Z100

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"ucs" Discussed on Z100

"The five am green morning show i'm greg t we are just one hour away from elves duran and the entire c one hundred morning show to be a little bit of weird of a day to day because you've got elvis and denounce curien frogging all he in miami florida as they were there for the big y one hundred jingle ball edging the wall of course left here in new york in that went on down so they were there for the big gigantic concert last night so we're gonna get you all the behind the scenes knew the what you might amiss it's all going to happen today and then myself and baffoni in garreton your rid sud cake in the rest of the crew will be up here and it's gonna be a weird fun show but you know what that's the ucs right from us right thirty five degrees right now light rain and clouds uh pretty much a cloudy daytoday high around forty six degrees ms light rain is going to dry on out it's a issued taper off and on weather forecasters were saying around the seventy and between seven and eight israel it's really gonna strategist dry out but yet mostly cloudy daytoday so zanik brother do let's get up let's get it going and let's catch up with what we might have missed over the weekend while you might amidst on last friday's elvis durand morning show and let's get a golan ed sheeran kicks so all forest this is e one andrea found happy monday running me india's die ride in the mm and sweden i never knew word one weighed in forty days below your body's and in your oh man i will not game <music> time nine <music> this may fellow your body's a own and in your eyes your oh my new be and then czar do mid frame aigion the garage in raven so when you say man yau was wounded in man she down new nine <music> we'll have found who wound stronger than any one and no see says mud scenes sunday mom carrie ann smith sacred driving law charming phil lewis oh no i i the man i kim so <music> had done woo in this when nothing kim's though done uh <music> the eight oh man god then in with zone half way

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"ucs" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5

The Sports Hub 98.5

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"ucs" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5

"Voted with his own diatribe measures of coconut oil so skin asking goes to the press conference any so worked up about this blog from two thousand fourteen he actually asked this question to kappler matt were there ucs press that were no reservations with some of the things that you saw the game had written on his blog and had tweeted i'm trying to figure out if you said there were non there are nine and as far as gade gabi you proud of some of the stuff you said you expressed yourself way forward hearing i get specific but i am people in the room there's an elephant in the room if people here i mean coconut oil is a is a phrase uh i threw it out there gave any reservations and then matt any reservations gave for putting it out there and matt while you were in the energy process i'll take it first i you stop ceremony now i just i love the idea of under he's i'm just going to throw it out there for you know like he's asking the toughest question in the history of the you're asking about coconut oil row like being a lubricant you're you're you're not conquering anything at the out you know i'm going to be the guy to just throw this out there i'm the one that's you know tough enough and good enough to ask this question of you gabe screw throat out there coconut oil lake you know everybody in the room was probably looking at that do like are you kidding me are you freak sit out asking sent out nobody cares he asked the question i don't wanna get into specifics oh woods a very taboo topic hamlets two thousand seventeen very taboo to talk about coconut oil she's gonna screw throw this out there gabe coconut oil you proud of yourself young man d feelgood about yourself could it be satan there are kids watching this prize press conference gave cakes hey actually thought gave handled it pretty well i'll take it first it's certainly like like i mentioned before much of what i have written is is several years old and when i was writing outta was it at a different mindset that i am now as the manager of the philadelphia phillies even with that said if you look through the various posts there is some tongueincheek stuff.

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"ucs" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"ucs" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"For path through football ucs he three wbt rents into joining us on cbs sports as we take a look at this game and do everything going on round the league and lot's going on around the league we anticipate that will have only mildly something to do with a football today will with the president making some comments into alabama both fire aim players if they don't stand for the anthem and then he continue to twitter today stay in on that theme and we'll see how players reacted been reacting obviously through social media what do you anticipate we might see all around the league today and maybe postgame comment wise and players and coaches word of very from the early action in terms of what worked all in london first shark on air and if you're at work blair murder market players for bolt or fake discovery out from all the researchers players and odor well i argued word he wrote a lot of very hyper finger game handy player make your favorite a from door and i think he will primarily be it a parka ethnic carried worked player drew barrymore or before decay all the fielder federa work a lot of what you're here here's a unified method argued are you are lucky are uber your show support for each other you regardless of work very background in order to divert their larger ethnic you'll feel requires director you're for your your report referred everybody care prepared to lift a third faith it's interesting we're talking with darren gant from pro football talk dot com last hour i thought he was spot on about this year began with colin kaepernick a single player in dealing with a couple of tragic police situation that had occurred in that kind of a protester where now it's a ball did you for other regions like the president jumping in with different types statement to really more about the freedom of speech and the individual being able to express himself freely so it's it's kinda take it on a lot of different talented than work began initially europe it required john garrett at that point air the idea now with your work a player be fire or or relief or for making some sort of david the.

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"ucs" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"ucs" Discussed on WDRC

"Out of this oh a am one american news they say that three white house staffers have been identified for leaking classified information and that the president president trump will fire quote multiple people when he returns to dc i've been told the names of the leakers being run by the office of government ethics which is why they aren't immediately fired and this individual and lovey muscle foam as the individual the posted this is prey ucs pray yanks to bring up trays twitter profile real quick us all these were were tweets from trey e t r e y y n g s t and he is the chief white house correspondent for one american news network assignments in gaza ukraine swim rwanda uganda ferguson charlotte baltimore washington dc his verified he's on twitter and he worked for one american news network away yet and these are his tweets i'm told the names of the lakers of being run by the office of government ethics so could you doublecheck since we've been on the air almost three hours is anyone else reporting this so it's right so right so hot air hotter which was started by michelle malkin why like i think she's i think she does a good job michelle malkin started the hot air dot com website she sold for a bunch of money good for capitalism and up so hot air was essentially just reporting on the tweets no they actually hot air now they were they say why why wait until trump gets back from his trip the fire people and give them an opportunity.

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