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"vero" Discussed on The Trip
"I'm glad you guys are still here. If there was a motto for the old mission district this would be it a little nod of solidarity for the mission district of auto body shops and the bayreuth market. And taka's like la where carlos santana wash dishes and press tortillas long before you amble down too lazy bear and have a three hundred dollar meal anchored by miyazaki ridi- and natural wines. I am not from the mission district. When i went to live with my father from middle school on i mostly on the west side of san francisco trapped under a heavy layer of fog with a bunch of chinese and russians and jews. But even from out there you knew that the mission was the heart of san francisco. It had this weird sunny micro-climate it had stoop life. It had that big old mission building that gave san francisco. Its name in the first place. Santana was called the mission district a jukebox. That there was a constant open air soundtrack. Music from cars. Conversation from the students calls from street vendors. It was a neighborhood of families. Strivers hustlers artists all out in the open but the mission has also always been abused neglected by politicians. I'd hungrily developers. San francisco is america's perennial boomtown and the newcomers. Forget every single time that this was a mysterious so city from the start. My goal in the next few episodes is simple. I wanna see if those guys are still there to see if the jukebox is still playing. If the latest insidious boom rico vid which was the rise of the tech bro changed his place dramatically. I couldn't start. Those conversations often. A better spot than with the inactive euro mahane together with her partner the target for kerry or vic she part of one of my favorite indie artists power couples. She is also deeply truly from this place born and raised ready to remember and defend in correcting clarify. We reported this episode before covert or any ensuing bullshit but you'll recognize the themes of persecution in her work about looks yet they seven. Latino boys railroaded for the killing of the san francisco police officer in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine and yet you'll also hear in this conversation. The bureau has a far less combative view of change and cultural conflict. Than even i do visit grace in the way she handles these shipping streets of the mission. Which sort of humbling and extraordinary. This is nathan thornburgh and promotes kingdoms. You are listening to the trip drinking with exceptional around the world. Let's have a drink right salute loot shit. That's a. that's a double dank. I think it's a double something that's super good. So oh it's just west coast. That's all i need. That's that's the only recommendation. So this is. I haven't seen. I haven't drunk a lot of beers that have been signed to the person who somebody's did a signature of this. It's a latte laughing monkey brewery here in the bay area and the baby. You and a friend of mine's. He did the artwork for this lotus. What the special edition beer and Proceeds go to foundation. That's bad so that's that's a guy who signs so you had signed it on like we know what we could drink. That's awesome limited edition and we're not going to recycle. That bothers beautiful man. It's it's got a little light kind of crystal outline shape And then a just like this fantastic painting of dolores huerta in the beers called reminded the lawyers. It looks like she has fair posted here a little bit yes. I thought it'd be cool to share this beer. I'm into it. in Central has he's very artist born and raised here so that'd be cool since we're talking about the mission. How many of you are there now. A couple of us around depends like this old school mission art school. some of them are around in Than the mission homey artists like myself around the couple's right. It's like but it's like a ven diagram of endangered species right mission locals and then like you know artists and in san francisco like you know the economy is coming for you from both directions cab drivers if we're gonna take a cap that a lot of cab drivers are. Oh jeez at had been a long time. And i feel like if you've been here in san francisco more than twenty years. She could discount somewhere. You know the this funny you know they have that in and actually in key west. The other place where i grew up was They'll give you a local card and you can go in. And just because every all the prices are so jacked up but here you would need discounts for you need like housing couch. Cheer for housing. You know. I mean this was the thing when i came back for my Whatever high school reunion. Everybody had gone like nobody. Could the only people who were still living in san francisco. We're in their parents homes. Because you're from here. Yeah well. I'm from the west side from richmond district and you know it's the same problem. I went to lowell high school in south west. And like you know everybody's got good jobs or or they don't it doesn't matter like they can't afford to live here anymore so it's Yeah it was crazy to just see the big exodus. The let's start. Let's get right into that. I mean to be totally honest. Like i think the reason why i'm doing this as a few episodes that's just like san francisco in the mission is just knowing you and following you and having been so excited about what you've been up to in the stuff i've seen from afar Particularly with remember los yet they and it just reminded me that there's this like ocean of memory and art that you are working with the people just don't know about when it comes to san francisco and i wanna dive into that so so tell me. Tell me about that project. And we'll just we'll just get from there so remember. Let's this the last piece last project. That i just finished in april and it was a life cinema production and it's the this year is the fifty year anniversary of the los hit. The movement will see at the plaza and nine hundred sixty nine seven central. American young men recused clean a white police officer in the mission There were acquitted. Took that almost two years for them to get acquitted. Also lada A lot of movements in the mission were created out of that trying to freeload. The in collaboration with like the black panthers address organization had like a magazine called bust. Us gives me a newspaper code buster year. That was polish together at the back. The black panthers black panthers lender lawyer gary Charles gary who was You're familiar with shells. Gary people's lawyer. I saw clips of him going off. Yeah yeah that.
Tamarack Cellars Firehouse Red 2017
"Stave from cheap wine, fighter dot. com. With another wind today. We've just put on the cheap wine finder dot com website. We have eleven, years reviews all basically affordable lives and this one is a red blend from. Columbia Valley. From tamarack cellars, they're they're basically a Bow Take style, single vineyard kind of. Kind of winery but this is their firehouse red blend. It's twenty seventeen. and. It's got to be collected group of grapes. There's a whole bunch. There's Grenache. Merlot and Soviet, Blonde Gannett remember all of them. There's others two percent of this whom wide was coon winder send your basic for though. I think carbonate Ron. There's just a ton of different grapes, percentages and some very. Precise blend which I have like. Some blends you know there, you can't tell one grape, the other you just tastes good but you don't really. Case, individual grapes this when you, I think you Kinda I. I quite honestly don't know taste like. A blending grape from the Rhone Valley. have before, but in a blend, so I couldn't tell you and there's all these different flavors coming in through there like each one even though there's two percent of this three percent of that in the main grape has thirty, three percent and twenty, seven percent. There is no, you know this isn't like seventy percent one in a bunch of other this is really a blend. And it's their individual flavors and there's You. Know there's some of this and there's some of that I'm gonNA take a SIP. And it's. Really a good taste. There's a lot of flavor going on. And it's not just a simple wine. It is Kinda smooth on the palate with their art art things and there are challenging flavors but mostly, it's really good tasting. Because there's sours they're spicy and. There's rounded fruit. This is a really good bland I. Mean I think it's about fifteen bucks I think I've found it on sale around fifteen. And It's very precise I mean you don't add two percent of this rape and two percent of that grape unless you really really wanted in there I asked. Winemaker one time while they put one percent. Everything you add changes something you know they put it in there because they want it and there. And the OAK program the used A. Forty Percent New Oak sixty percent second and third Phil. Mostly French and American with some hung Gary O'Connor. Burian and French are pretty much the same species Americans. Different each give off different flavors. In. Every time you use Vero, the barreled gives off a little less oak. So it's forty percent new oak, which you get the full flavor, and then you get a little bit less and they do that to get the wine because this is basically a drink wine you take it home Newton, drink it. You can put it away for five or six years if you have the means to do that, but you don't have to do that. And they get the flavor exactly right where they wanted to be when it's ready to be released, which is two thousand, seventeen model. So that's what that is. This is a very good. What's at? Tamarack cellars by our house. Red Blend. It kinda sounds rustic and a little bit is a has a little rough edges has some smoothest to it it's kind. Yeah. The the name actually tells you what's going on here and I like my red blends a little bit rustic. You know I liked I liked some some little rough edges to go with. The. Ripe Fruit and I got this year I'm kind of happy with US wine I'm it tastes good. It's such a strange. Now it's a strange for such diverse. the array of. That doesn't taste like your difficult red wine not. In this day and age red wine blends are really pretty good spells you affordable ones but this has a different taste to it. That's well-made. said it's got good acidity Tanzer sweep. Particular sip because it's good. Tim Rex sellers firehouse red blend twenty, seventeen, probably twenty, seven, twenty sixteen is good to. Really good red blend Fifteen bucks taste it it actually. Tastes more expensive fifteen dollar wines expect to be really good in this one. This one of someone told you. It was thirty bucks you go. Okay. You believe it. So. There you go. That's me. I just found a good read blend doesn't mean let's dot super expensive taste.
Why Stage 3 Lockdowns Were Successful, but Not Quite Enough in Victoria
"And so we're saying. Shutdowns happening in Victoria a lots of industries are being closed down or restricted in a really dramatic way. What's the purpose of these additional restrictions? Victoria's large number of people who were you don't know where the coffee infection from the figures a reasonably stable, but they're growing a bit. So the R value is above one. So you've just got it's bouncing around is probably just growing. But you're getting these cases accumulating and there's no sign of it being turned around and that means it will just keep on going like this forever if you don't do something about it, and essentially what you've got to do is stop the transmission of virus where you don't know who's got it. You don't have who are symptomatic and spreading it. You don't where the sources are robin going out and hunting them down, which is impossible to do. You just keep people in their homes don't allow them to circulate and those viruses will disappear from their bodies over the. Two weeks, and hopefully, they won't be exposed to new virus so that you can get quite a dramatic reduction over a two to three week period even with quite large numbers, this victorians have been doing it tough for a while now, like the sage three restrictions already pretty tough for a lot of people did the state three file or was it just not working fast enough well, last night on seven thirty I covered study from the Burnett. And what they've shown looking from the first of July on is that at the beginning of July, the are not the fate of reproduction number in other words, the number of people that you spread it to for every ten people. There were spreading it to just seventeen people seventeen and a half people. That's a significant growth prior to that in some of the hot spots in Melbourne, it was too. So every ten people were spending it to twenty people. So. What's happened with the state's three restrictions and masks on top they don't actually know the fate of masks yet is that now at the end of July or at the end of July, tain people were passing it to just over eleven people. So that's quite a dramatic reduction that equates to twenty thousand infections in the state of Victoria avoided in July and perhaps three or four times as many deaths and people in hospital. So extraordinary number and just shows you what happens when you divert from. Exponential growth when you got exponential growth, you go from very small numbers to very large numbers very quickly, and because that was almost doubling, and now you've got a steady state or slight growth there but you're static that it may go down a little bit more with masks, but it's too early to see the effects of them doesn't that just paint a picture of how Vero not virulent but how contagious these viruses and just I mean it's it's it's a real win for the people of Victoria. Be heartening to stood of. This is what we avoided, and so we haven't been able to eliminate the spread what we've done. So we need to go further but shortly, we can count that as a partial win a partial a huge win twenty, thousand people who don't have infection whoever, and then then that twenty thousand would have just kept on growing very large numbers. The fact that it's a small population of the United States doesn't matter. You can still go to various large numbers of small population very quickly, and that's what's been averted by that stage. Three but now going to these new levels of restrictions. So if you if you're able to bend the curve to that extent in a month, you should be able to really dramatically bend downwards to below one in other words for every ten people who are infected maybe seven eight get infected. Say comparing the numbers that we've been seeing each day in the hundreds. What would we have been saying if we hadn't had these restrictions over memory, the Burnett paper showed that on the day where there were over seven hundred infections in Victoria. If they hadn't been staged three locked on there would been three or four thousand cases on that day. So it's
Achievement Vs. Fulfillment: Which Do You Want More?
"Right so. He has no last week at Lake POW with my family, and we had an amazing relaxing vacation, which is really good problem with the entrepreneurial brain. US EP entrepreneur personality types. When we try to relax, we can't and it drives US crazy. Because we gotta be moving forward momentum, right and so. I started thinking about projects and things I wanna to do things that are fun and like. I know some years know that I am working on eventually writing next book, which could be the bootstrap book Tunnicliffe Story, but the problem is Cleveland Stories and that done. Yes I. Don't know where it's going to go or source was kind of like this things in the back burner that I'm going to do someday. It's not a huge rush. But I'm excited for that, but I was like I almost any something fun to be creating right like I dunno, as a creator, I need to create sure has the same way right and and I'm creating. You know we have the New Tacoma Quebec's coaching programs creating a lot of fun i. want something just. Excited enjoy this is fun and lighthearted deadlines or thing just to create to create right. It's all I had an idea. For Project, I'm going to tell you the details, the name or anything. Other than it's, it's going to be the one and only time I ever talk about personal development. Anyway, right marketing guy that's. Sick with but obviously I've had access to a lot of people. Most people have access to in this world and its lifetime, and had a chance to learn from some amazing people and. Wanted to create this thing I don't know what it's GonNa. Be I duNNo, if it's a real book of it's like a book feminine, just giving away for free as the lead magnet, I have no idea. But. The title I'll tell you. The subtitle subtitle is the science of achievement. The art fulfillment in Vero Tony Robbins Talk. He talks about a lot of times to master masters signs of achievement where the had know the science and how to achieve anything, and then you have to master the art of fulfillment and funny, because he talks about a lot of times, but always struggle with that personally. Because he doesn't go deep into the whole thing you know, and so at Lake Powell this week thinking about this sure thing about the art and the science. And the science of treatment is lost. If I talked about anyway, you know here's the step-by-step, I? Here's the things you need to do things in this order and you have success, but the article films I personally struggle with like I'm such an achiever. I want to this this this and you. What's next on each next thing the next thing he moving towards? Running towards this this invisible goal that we don't really know what it is. I think a lot has producers and entrepreneurs and people like me and probably you. With the film, and like, how do you feel fulfilled and cinching? Is that the article film? It's tough because it's like art. It's not like the science sciences like here's the things to do to get the thing like this art fulfillment and I've always struggled and so as I was thinking about putting together this project. I started thinking about that and I started. Just think signs of cheating. My brain goes GonNa Mike Okay. I'm Jim achiever. Boom here's the thing. But then I started realizing that like the the the path of achievement the article film. It's almost the opposite like a union being and I served Rosina's like. Oh my gosh, they're looking deeper. Different topics have been concepts I was like. Oh, my gosh is true and so many things. Then you realized before so for example. This example shared kind of help s even what I'm. I had. Everyone talks about morning routines right. If you follow any of the fitness, guys, a health and fitness, the bio hackers the the entrepreneurs they all talk about you gotTa have more routine Tina's structure and things like that? You GotTa wake and you gotTa know. This always seems right. Talked about morning and starts accusing to do before you go to bed to increase your sleep patterns in all sorts, and and that's very scientific writes the science of achievement like do you want to have more success? You create habits. Can Habits been creating a routine thirteen? You stick the routines I think that outcome and eventually you have success, right and other big believer that actually so I'm making fun of by any stretch. It is part of the. The the science of Chiba having that right so if you by the way struggled achieving things in the past, maybe because you don't have. Scientific like you just do these things and the outcome happens just magic. It! Just it just works. So there's a science of the problem though is, is it doesn't create fulfillment. Stickney for second I did a podcast about this six months ago or something. I was in I was in. I was in Puerto Rico with brand new Bouchard big. Bunch people and one of the guys there there's getting create. Clements and Craig was We're sitting there and he started talking about. Our brains where he said you know a lot of. Older. Years of getting shorter wait times flying rallies, and actually true, so the reason why is because your brain looks for patterns of the same thing happening over and over and over again deletes them. because. It's like I. don't even remember this because dude. Every single morning we do see every single week every single thing. As, we said he said so literally, your brain is deleting nothing's happening, and so your life seems shorter because it literally is shorter because those memories, it's like Hey, every morning from nine from seven ten, the same things under remember this because the same deleted, and so because you use five hours in your memory every day and see life years go faster days go faster faster and your life goes faster. He said that the problem is he's like he's like. If you. If you want to extend you, know, extend time You have to create called him event horizons! PODCAST? Talk a lot about him, but it was interesting because he's like this mastermind group in the very first year we did it. We all in Wyoming would flew helicopters shotguns. We rode horses. It was crazy right and he was like I was an event. Horizons remember that experience for the rest of my life is the second year master. Makina Puerto, Rico it was amazing. Place. It was amazing. Is this is year? Three and we're in Puerto Rico is. I can have an amazing time. Basically, the problem is is this experience is so similar to lash. Most of it's going to get deleted from my memory, and it's just GonNa be on. Our brain will just lead because it's like Oh, this is routine done. This before is like you lose that and I think he was trying to get us to do some crazy night. 'cause he's like when you criticize horizon right now and he wanted to I can't remember what the thing was. We had some crazy thing like to stick this in our brains. We don't lose moment of this experience because it's it's. It was so similar to think before and horizon, start thinking. I'm like. Oh, my Gosh, like if you think about these things, this is the union the Yang of of fulfillment half of. The are the the science of achievement in the article. In the game because if you want, do you want to cheat me? When she the thing you need to create structure and routine and the singer where you just do the things that create the result at the end. Is, you do that, and so because boom towards you're getting achievement, right with problems, your brains lean section every single day and I'll send your your days. Your lives words. You're not fulfilled. You're not getting the article film that because of that, and so the article film is the opposite. It's the literal opposite of this first thing right it. Is You coming in? In, saying we're not going to do routine, we have to do these crazy things with extensive life extensive happens. We fill fulfillment in the moment, and it's the scene in the Yang
New York Lawmakers In Playground Fight With Mayor De Blasio
"Back here in Brooklyn it's a playground fight world not actually on the playground it's over the playground three New York lawmakers that is giving mayor de Blasio the business because of playgrounds in their neighborhoods are still close in fact there's video on our website selling these lawmakers breaking into one of the playgrounds over Williamsburg assembly man subject I can steam says come on Mr mayor these kids have been cooped up for weeks to go another way and in small apartments lots of kids we've been locked down for three months I mean that doesn't make any sense to you thousands of people can be on the beaches but our kids are denied access to vero playgrounds it makes absolutely no sense the mayor says people people a rule is a rule the playgrounds are close because we don't want kids in there mixing it up in the midst of all of this health crisis during this so that we can get to phase two and beyond so I understand people's frustrations but if folks act prematurely and that causes the disease to start spreading again then that's the kind of thing that will undermine our ability to get to phase two and stay in phase two so I know it's not easy but people have to understand there's a reason for these rules is to help us move forward the mayor says on top of that the playgrounds are part of this space to which happens on Monday he says we don't have long to go you waited this long says don't screw it up city parks workers have been out there to Middleton playground in Williamsburg welding the gates shut and then putting chains and padlocks on them because people keep breaking
Voyager 2 spacecraft is going solo for the next 11 months
"Case this is more related to NASA Boeing starliner spacecraft will not be carrying astronauts anytime soon after a test flight two months ago NASA is conducting an investigation into faulty aspects of the spacecraft the test flight ended early after quote a potentially catastrophic software error W. vero NASA's associate administrator for human exploration and mission operations told reporters quote we could have lost a spacecraft twice during this mission so clearly this was a close call Mastin that's investigation calls for Boeing to make sixty one corrective action actions toward the starliner in up to close up to forty nine gaps in their testing for Caesar procedure NASA plans to him embed their own software experts into Boeing's team to oversee the work the next test mission for the starliner is likely to be months away and then there's more news with the seven three seven and F. A. A. but this time it's with the seven three seven Mexican Gressel committee says Boeing's culture of concealment and poor federal oversight contributed to the two seven three seven Max crashes car radios Diane do th Wyler has more details the house transportation committee's preliminary report indicates more than one thing went wrong in the two crashes that killed three hundred and forty six people but the new flight control system does appear to have played a key role it pushed the plane's nose is down after faulty sensor readings the report goes on to say Boeing downplayed how critical the seven thirty seven Max flight control system is for the plane safety additionally it states Boeing had undue influence over the Federal Aviation Administration and that FAA managers rejected seven thirty seven Max safety issues raised by their own
Boston: Former Holy Cross Rowing Coach Cited After Fatal Crash
"Five Holy Cross former Holy Cross women's rowing coach has been issued a citation following a deadly crash that killed one of his student athletes we're joined by W. B. C.'s Jim McKay with a look at the story good morning gentlemen good morning there Jeff yeah it was just last week when we learned that former Holy Cross women's rowing coach Patrick Diggins was retiring after thirty four years coaching there he was behind the wheel of the team van down in vero beach Florida back on January fifteenth they were headed to a training exercise he turned left at a green light on a busy road but failed to yield for oncoming traffic thirteen people were injured one of his rowers grace Rhett's sophomore from Oxbridge died in that crash now this citations Dickens is facing is not criminal in nature the investigation is considered close police though are turning over what they learn to local prosecutors
Marion Resident Injured In Holy Cross Rowing Team Crash Transferred To MGH
"Of the college of Holy Cross rowers is being brought back to Boston today for treatment Hannah Strom was injured in a car crash last week in vero beach Florida her father tells WBZ TV that Hannah is being transferred to mass General Hospital he's a sophomore at holy cross suffering injuries in a crash that killed her classmate grace read of Oxbridge and as from by the way is the daughter of the owner of cool cone in where ham we're donations are currently being collected to help the family pay for her medical bills and travel to Florida where five people are still in the hospital
Music & AI with Pablo Samuel Castro of Google Brain
"Am here at nerves continuing my coverage and conversations from the thirty third nerves conference and I am seated with Pablo awesome. Well Castro who is a staff research software developer at Google Pablo. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you thank you very much for having me. This is a real pleasure to be here. Awesome thanks so much. I am really excited to jump into this conversation. You are someone that I follow on twitter. And like we've had these kind of back in occasional occasional back in overtime and it's great to finally meet you in person. you've got some pretty varied interests You spend a lot of time. You're research focus on reinforcement learning. You also tweet a lot about music and arts. Looking at your background you've done applied l. l. stuff at Google on ad from and other things you know. Tell us the story like how to all these threads come together So well originally. I'm from Ecuador and they moved to Canada after high school to to come study at McGill So eventually I did. My undergrad in the navy actually actually did my masters and PhD St at McGill with throwing a pre-cup and garden and so part of the reason why stayed in Montreal and McGill was for personal reasons. I had I was dating someone. WHO's now my wife and I also yes and I also had a band so I've always always been heavily involved with music? I grew up with music. Learning music. Play music so that was very important to me and I didn't WanNa leave that so I decided to make that choice. I know it's not typical thing that suggested to do while you're in the same university but for me. It was more important to to play music so I graduated. Did I finished my PhD at around two thousand eleven and then I moved to Paris post doc and this was at a time where a isn't what we see here with twelve thousand people in this conference. In Europe's didn't have back. Then it was called Nips maybe four thousand people So I WANNA say Nakajima and I was working at the intersection that was very theoretical between between Markov decision processes and form over vacation so I was finding it really hard to find a job because I wasn't former fixation enough for the former vacation community and I was I wasn't reinforcement learning enough for the reinforcement learning. Okay and so after my post doc I I just feared already have two young kids. And if you're that I would speak going post the post stop for too long so I luckily got up from from Google doing applied machine learning and adds an extra said goodbye. Getting at that point I stopped reading papers and faster fast. Then I did a little quick stint in chrome doing a building machine learning infrastructure so backend infrastructure And Brain opened up in Montreal and mark. Belmar are who I had done. My masters with he was he kept in research. He was in decline for a while and he was one of the first people to join brain in Montreal and he put in a good word for me and So then they. They offered me to join them and I jumped up that possibility and I hadn't been following the research. That also is a huge shock to come back. I I mean when I was doing my research. We were all working on Grit worlds and in pretty simple environment because a lot of it was theoretical. We didn't really use deep networks at all for enforcement or any now so it was a lot of catchup trying to to familiarize myself with the literature and how the whole landscape has changed so throughout all this time I always kept with music. I had a a few different bands. Always I've always been performing live and writing music and The other thing is when I started my PhD. I was actually considering doing a PhD with Douglas AC as as well as with During a pre cup in something with machine learning and music but at the time the what was available for music generation didn't really excite me very much Because it was still in the early days and I fear that it would taint my love of music and I just want to keep my music site separate but when a rejoined the research world and I saw with the Magenta team was doing I was kind of blown away by by the quality of of things then. I decided to also start going along that pathway pretty almost I think the day after I joined brain This artists from Canada. He's called David Usher. He's pretty well known in Canada. He approached us wanting to the other. He approached us that he was actually. I had abandoned the nineties called Moist and really popular and and he approached us. He wanted to do an album using like ai techniques and so we just Matton Kinda brainstorm then thing. He gravitated towards the most was lyrics and and So Google who was my manager at the time was Very generous because I had just joined bright. And he's like. Do you want to take this project because I like music as it sure. That sounds fun. I had never trained a language model. We're still trying to figure out all the steep networks because I hadn't looked at that but yeah google that gave me that opportunity and and I learned a ton and that project it's still it's still an ongoing project. So relative to the first model trained with David which we actually made a video out of that like he wrote one of his songs with the first prototype and it worked okay but the model we have now is so much better and I understand all of this language modeling so much better than they did before. And that's just ah that experience kind of showed me to not be afraid of stepping out of because even with reinforcement learning which is the background to step out of that comfort zone and go into two other areas that I'm not as familiar with because they're all interesting problems and really trying to dig into the details. And for me the way I learned the most is actually actually trying to implement some of these models architectures and play around with him because you read about them in papers and you kind of get it fine but until you're actually trying to get it to work for yourself it's that's a whole different experience and I've learned so much just from doing this like jumping from a one to the next in a separate can field and learning about those architectures architecture's but while still maintaining my research and reinforcement learning. Well it sounds like you've landed in an incredible place to do that. Not just kind of the resources of Google and the people that you're surrounded with and have an opportunity to interact with but your role seems to be defined as like advancing research. You know the implementation absolutely. Yeah so I'm a software developer like. That's my official title. There's also research scientists that Google and until recently there was still like most people that are in research wants to be research scientists. Because that's like then you're officially doing science So my like if I had graduated say four years after when I graduated likely would have been applying for research research scientist role Back when I google. That wasn't really a maybe Sammy. Benji was a research scientist but probably about it And so I entered Google ads syringe India and sort of advance my career in that in that track and when I joined Google it was a software engineer. Develop developing comebacks. 'CAUSE engineer you get an iron ringing. I don't have that Initially I was a little skeptical because the official description is your. They're more supporting research. Scientists and so. I was worried that I wouldn't don't have the flexibility to pursue my own research interests. But it's been not at all like that so I lead my own research projects and I still support a lot of people with the engineering aspects of it. Because I've been working on this a lot so I'm more familiar with Google infrastructure and just coating in general And it's been a lot of the major major advances that we see in machine learning the I nowadays a lot of his engineering. So there's of course there's still math and there's still a lot of theory behind it but a lot of engineering and and I don't think it I think more and more it is but Few years ago I don't feel like dot the credited. It really deserved and so living in the sort of intersection of of pure engineering and pure research is for me super exciting because I kinda get the playground in both worlds and learn from both when I've got a a long Melissa things that I wanNA talk to you about but you mentioned Something that's got me really curious. The you know what it means to evolve a language model so you started this project with David And came out with this early crappy language model and have evolved over some number of been like uh-huh Yeah No. It's been like a year and a half it's been or actually it's been almost like two years. I think since we started it but two years calendar calendar wise. But but it's not it's not one of my main project so yeah exactly so it's when I get a chance that I that I work. Yeah so as I said when I started this project I had never trained a language model. I like like I knew what else were studied in school. But so the first thing I did was I actually Andrea Sherr potty has the Yeah this famous blog post host The surprising reliability of of recur neural networks. Something like that thing. Anyway that blog posts and they got his Kodansha Jordan's are played around with it and that was the the Vero model. I'm just over characters and then I started tweeting that a bit and and finding new data sets for lyrics and that initial model that was basically a variant of Parties model was the initial model that I had and so that was okay. They just a milestone like okay was able to train. This actually get it to do what I wanted to do. But obviously was Has All the shortcomings that these types of models do the around around. I mean the the tension is all you need. Paper had come out not not Not Too much before then. And so then I started looking into these attention models and and so so it seemed like the right thing to switched over to to the transformer model and started playing around with that and so the V.. Two model was attention model and it's had various versions of a two part of the difficulty that had with the language with training. These language models on lyric status at is that the lyrics said is not the best in what sense so the tricky thing about these language models is that an end for lyrics in particular is that you're trying signed to get this model to learn English kind of so how how to structure English phrases together but in quote unquote poetic way and to not be boring doing right because you're trying to use it for creative purposes and you don't want it to be boring so we train this model and if you look at it like perplexity scores and things like that it was doing pretty well on this lyric status but but then when you actually look at the output. It was extremely boring so because in pop songs you have lines that repeat often. I mean that's just how songs written so the model would tend to just repeat the same thing over and over and over and It also had certain phrases that would keep on coming back to just had very high likelihood so I wonder if you've talked about this. I say like it's Hanway but the average pop line over the last six decades is you know that I'm the one and That one came up a lot and you can also get you know that I'm the one baby. So that's the average pop line. It was boring and so the interesting thing about working with with with David is that I build variants of these models and nitro him and one of the things he remarked on. Is that It was very nonspecific in the sense that at the nouns that it was using it wouldn't use proper nouns. So would you like me. You he she they since very kind of ambiguous. If you think of Like the Beatles mister mustard polythene pam jude. You know there's all these I mean the fictional characters but they're very canvas and so then you can sort of the ground the song song in something kind of real whereas if you're just talking about him like hey you don't don't even though pink. Floyd has a hate us
Member of Holy Cross rowing team killed in crash
"A member of a Massachusetts women's college rowing team is dead after a crash in Indian River county police say a van carrying members of the Holy Cross crew team collided with a pick up truck in vero beach a twenty year old member of the team was killed twelve others were injured with Florida's news I'm Sean
Member of Holy Cross rowing team killed in crash
"A member of a Massachusetts women's college rowing team is dead after a crash in Indian River county police say a van carrying members of the Holy Cross crew team collided with a pick up truck in vero beach a twenty year old member of the team was killed twelve others were injured with Florida's news I'm Sean
Member of Holy Cross rowing team killed in crash
"A member of a Massachusetts women's college rowing team is dead after a crash in Indian River county police say a van carrying members of the Holy Cross crew team collided with a pickup truck in vero beach a twenty year old member of the team was killed twelve others were
"vero" Discussed on Fore Play
"Not Know that you just amazing the way raising and the in fact like the night started with US interview Chaser is than we were on stage Jayco and laughing it up introducing him for his foundation. Larry Fleet tore the house down and we weren't even at the part where where Jimmy Buffett came out and literally lit fire to Vero Beach. Jimmy Buffett shows up and there was a very funny moment where Jayco has people earlier in the. We're like all right. You guys are at your at table. One y'all situated Just you guys know if you WANNA go backstage totally cool ego backstage and you want There to green rooms okay. There's a green room on the right Closer tour buses years are more than welcome there and then there's another green room on the other side of the backstage that's Jimmy Buffett's only and you can't go anywhere near nearly stay as far away from that as possible like no we get that. That's very understandable. Jimmy Buffett comes in and he he obviously he he he takes the stage Jayco into a big introduction. And you could tell even even jake was like this is the fact that we have this going on at the first official inaugural Jayco and Foundation Shen concert and event Jay Buffet comes on and it's just everything that you could possibly imagine. Jimmy Buffett is in the flesh. Our favorite part was that he came. He maybe did did like forty minutes or whatever he did forty five minutes and they had it. We are on a fucking. We are at an airport so he just landed at that airport. It kept the jet Runnin. Yep He was there for a cool forty five minutes to an hour I feel like Jimmy Buffett was in his home. Ghana plane landed on the tarmac. Tore the house down at Jake Owens charity foundation got on the plane. He was asleep by nine thirty. Yes I think. There's no doubt about that. And he was great he was fantastic. He had no shoes on the. Jimmy Buffett vibe Played Margherita Ville. He was playing all the hits acoustically. He had a MAC machelandon McNally early. Mac McNally who is I think. He's he writes a ton of songs he does. I think he was written a bunch of Kenny Chesney Song. He's rights bunch of songs. It's like me you music. How do you think people like? Oh I know who the fuck that fantastic guitars and a hell of a head of hair. Oh Yeah just just a bee's nest on his head so good so that was the probably the biggest highlight Jimmy Buffett Jimmy fucking buffet. I took a video of him singing in fucking Margarita. Ville while we're front row. We're right there on each Jimmy Buffett and I thought back to like my uncle and my aunt are huge parrot heads like they they go to every show. I remember. They were living in Long Island. It was always a huge thing to go to the Jimmy Buffett concert and you tailgate. And you've got all the stuff and you drive. Dave portnoy dressed his car up like a shark. Because he's the biggest. Jimmy Amy buff fans is one of his. Inspirations for starting Barstool that and ROB Dudek because they're both lifestyle brand. People were sitting here listening to him. I was like taking videos and sending it to people and they were like people were getting chills that were in front of Jimmy Buffett. The guys who are six hundred million dollars is an icon. When he started playing Margaret? You know people say when they meet a president or like when the president walks in room like the air changes and people start acting a little stranger. You can kind of see the room like ruminate. It's just when he started playing Marguerite Ville the place. Everything was different. Everything was different and even said he was. He was listening to the Jake. I decided to say this real quick. He says because he like frank you said he was telling the story worry about every song and he goes. Oh this next song me and my friend. We were drinking Tequila and we wrote this in forty five minutes and well I'll say it's turned out pretty well and and he just played five minutes five minutes. I think he said we wrote this song and five minutes on our in our car on the way while drinking Tequila and like hungover he goes. It was turned out to be the best five minutes of my life. Thank God Margarita. And we didn't know what song as yet and then it was like don't want That were like holy shit crazy in play. Margarita Ville right in front of our faces as like that felt like we were the only people in the room and he. During in the lyrics he mixed in like Jay Cohen He- he- mixed in the JAYCO foundation words. He was he was one for the one for the The actress throw throw man and he's a performer. And then Jake Jake came back out and played with Jimmy Buffet for like a song or two And then it kind of turned into the Jayco and show or he obviously played a bunch of his stuff so it was. It was as memorable everything that we're describing like being in there that it was really hard to there was one of those where I was just trying to as much as possible. Put My phone down. Soak it up. Yeah and just like yeah grab a drink and just sit back or go stand up on the stage just like watch this video that I re tweeted. That Lurch tweeted out He pulled his phone because he saw me swaying during Margarita. Ville AH in the video. You see me listening to Jimmy Buffett Holy Shit I think I like say something under my breath I look at Jake our producer and I'm like I hit him on those aren. Roi Can you fucking believe this and then at the perfect moment I just go saw saw turned to lurch sings all of them and he's recording. Obviously he got he catches it but like everyone was in that moment where it was just like. We didn't need to pull out our phone at that moment where we just like. It was just like how many people were a thousand maybe even less five hundred five hundred private and they were all at dinner. Tables like wouldn't a unique experience. It wasn't a concert at all. Jimmy Buffett's plane right like ninety. Five hundred. People were the city back in there at the dinner table and there may be five percent or ten percent of people ran up front like I said the screaming women earlier who are just leaving all their men behind when you're at a dinner table and you hear music it's just it's like that's a normal feeling right. You're eating dinner. You're listening to music and then like you look up and Jimmy Buffett's planet live like it's such a weird feeling Jimmy Buffett. Yeah now he was awesome. fucking awesome awesome so then after that again we went out Jake. Owen came up to us again. Act We went to the backstage after he comes over to the boys where we're going tonight. Wherever you want man and yet again we went out? We got some drinks or check on ended up back on his tour. Bus Pre languages me and Andrew went away riverside went to riverside where he. That's where he started. That's her JAYCO. I like that was like the first place Vero beach gave him like an open Mike and he started making his name for himself so we go back to Riverside. We had a bunch of drinks there with him yet again in Me and Andrew and that making your way back onto his tour bus. I don't plan him and be known. Is that what it's called. I think beano bean being y'all so he's a little like soccer ker stupid like table games soccer game that you play where you just flick like a ball and there's yeah and it was and I played him one. I WanNa challenge me for a hundred bucks. Talks to play on one on one on his tour bus like five other people. There like veterans that are as crew hanging out and And that will all be in the video that will recap and whatnot but the hey got up traveled all day yesterday our tobacco so it's been held a run for us. Hell of a run chase rises up next. It was It's a really cool interview. We get more into some of the music. Extortion golf stories in there. We got a lot of headlines or whatnot to still get to so next show on Thursday. We'll get to that. You could follow along all the foreplay pods stuff. We're GONNA put up social from our experiences tobacco road today. We got pied hurts the next three days. We got the Kevin Kisner Foundation event the following days. After that. What your Friday? Sarah says lot coming up doc. I mean before we end shot. Roy I mean. We'll talk about rory. mcilroy got another win over the weekend. What a fucking year? This guy's having he said He said right now how the Games pretty simple. It's such an outrageous thing to say one four times here. He's like it's pretty simple. I'll fuck you wore out here in tobacco. LERONE think the game. Simple his about that simple about what I did today was simple. His body is so packed with talent that he's just like yeah this golf thing. That's incredibly hard for other people. It's pretty simple simple from. Oh do you think he didn't even go to the range. Before any of his rounds you would have still won this tournament. Swing as I think. He's just locked in our there. He is hitting more balls really doing anything for them right now. That's just what he's going to keep hitting good shots right. That's just where he's at. Yeah he picks up a golf club and then swings it. That's what the ball does. It must be really nice. What a what a cool world graduations the Roy area making your home beautiful is the ultimate form of self care? You spend one third of your life hyphen sheets. Do not want them to be insanely comfortable. Yes you do so when you sleep well on hotel quality sheets that do not cost an arm and leg people are loving and recommending commending Brooke Lennon Dot COM That's those are the people that are living in recommending them. I've been rocking Brooklyn and for several months. Now I really don't don't know how else to explain it other than they made my bed like ten times more comfortable at just not a changed in my bed was just my sheets. I start using Brooklyn and sheets and boom I lay. Hey down that night and I was like holy cow. I'm a million times more comfortable than I was before..
High school teacher, family on dive boat
"And in northern California school district as a high school physics teacher and child were on board that dive boat that caught fire off the southern California coast this week authorities say thirty four people are missing and presumed dead after the vessel sunk near Santa Cruz island early Monday here's sheriff bill brown sadly no additional survivors have been found. an additional sixteen victims were located and yesterday afternoon's efforts and were brought back to our corners vero. this makes in total twenty. Holmes who have been recovered and transported to our corners bureau. thus far the victims have only man identified as the eleven female and nine male remains. there were several other victims they were seen by the divers somewhere between four and six. that are still within the wreckage. due to the positioning of the boat they were unable to be recovered before nightfall. first we need to stabilize the boat so that divers can safely enter it searches and recover additional victims. divers also mapped a search area based on current and the debris field. which is about a half mile in size in our continuing efforts to recover edition all victims and evidence. the question was is it is it. ng is the the people who are below deck courts were trapped and unable to acces the the vessel and that does appear to be exactly what happened that the there was a stair well to get it right down the main entry way up and down and there was an escape hatch and it would appear as though both of those who were blocked by fire we do have statements that have been written by the crew members and the crew members will be interviewed formally today as part of the investigative process but since the investigation is on going I'm not at liberty to
‘Dorian Won’t Budge’: Bahamas Hammered by Slow-Moving Hurricane
"It's like a never ending storm in the northern Bahamas time Dave Anthony fox news hurricane Dorian still parked over head not moving at all. getting a lot of his chest for persons. IRA Lewis a member of parliament the Bahamas were at least five people are dead the salvation army estimates thirteen thousand homes destroyed the disaster isn't over so why is story installed as a category three with a hundred twenty mile an hour winds. basically have nothing to do with you along right now Richard heading is no was hurricane hunter flight director flying through the store near the I. you just told fox. over the next. four hours it will begin a very. the north. still expected to hug the coast not hit it big Georgia governor Ryan camp says we're still worried it may move in a direction that would not be good for us there are coastal areas evacuated from Georgia the Carolinas down to Florida fox's seven brown live in Broward county yeah Dave Dorian may not be moving on from the Bahamas just yet but it isn't very far from Florida's east coast maybe ninety miles or so and that's close enough says Val as soon as the mayor of vero beach because we had all those extra time people got a little handsy and now this the winds are common and I think people realize the storms here the good news is that they are telling us about twenty four hours of tropical storm force winds and then it goes away and those winds will get worse a good chunk of the Florida coast is under a hurricane warning it is also under a storm surge warning which could be as high as seven feet
Dorian Slams into Bahamas and Menaces Florida
"We begin with the breaking news. This hour hurricane dorian the massive deadly storm is now lashing the florida coast powerful winds whipping onshore conditions are getting worse with each passing hour and it is going to be hours upon hours and hours. This is from moments ago from melbourne beach. Florida mandatory evacuations are underway there. Let's show you the storm from the international space station a stunning picture three hundred miles wide right now winds up to one hundred and forty five miles an our the picture of the storms. I just tweeted by u._s. Astronaut onboard the space station so that is the i of dorian seen from space as that storm is essentially sleet stationary moving so slowly ravaging the bahamas which it has been doing us since it came ashore there as a category five storm thirty hours ago it it is the most powerful storm in known history to hit the bahamas decimating the islands. Thousands of homes and businesses are now gone. An entire island is without power tonight. It is way too early to have any sense of the death toll and to give you an idea of just how high the storm surge was what the united states could be looking. Eh you can see waves nearly reaching the second story of home. <hes> rescue crews are just starting the grim task of searching for signs of life among the piles of debris and it the scenes like this that has officials in florida pleading with people in evacuation zones. Were still there to get out of a team of reporters standing by from florida to the bahamas tonight. I want to begin with miguel marquez who is out front in vero beach florida gal. What are people eating the evacuation warnings yes and no there's most the people along. The coast here have evacuated along the way but this storm has been so slow. It's creeping so slowly towards us. We've had this same wind for most of the day to day that is south here at vero beach. We're on the barrier islands here. The sea has been quite rough about the same. We've gotten on some bands of wins but as you look north you can see it's sort of broken up is not quite as much wind and clouds on that end of it so you do. You have some people who are staying sort of coming here to watch see what's happening. Some people coming here to secure their homes before they get out. Most people say they they are. They are going to get out there waiting to see what's happening here. They're watching very closely. What's happening to the bahamas right now and they're all wondering when will make that right word. Turn will head north and if it doesn't if it wobbles toward shore people are concerned about that authorities saying look if you don't get out tonight by a two a._m. Tonight it will really start to come in <hes> in a very big strength here. If you don't get out before those winds hit forty five hours those those bridges to the mainland we'll be closed and you will have to ride it out here on the barrier islands aaron all right miguel marquez. Thank you very much. I wanna go as as miguel pointing. They're indicating getting down south. Just south of miguel stuart florida where brian todd is at this hour so <hes> brian <hes> you know as we understand it. You know it's sort of sitting there as it moves so slowly. What is happening conditions where you are conditions here. Erin are getting worse like they are. Mcgill is look at the storm surge here at this park in stuart stuart florida. The waves have been smacking up against the seawall here all day long. It has been getting worse and if you can see out here looks like a rain band another one of those outer rain bands is about to come in here. You're at seward. It's been like this all day. You'll get an really hasn't let up as far as the wind. The rain has come and gone with the wind has not let up and we are told that the wind is going to get much worse in the next say twelve hours or so here in stewart what also is a concern as you've got the confluence of three large bodies of water that have all been you know had the storm surge been bolstering them <hes> since i guess sunday <hes> where was in the bahamas that storm surge i has been affecting the atlantic ocean over here the indian river lagoon here and the saint louis river right over here. This is a confluence of those three bodies of water all of which have seen the storm surge really get stronger and that makes the flooding here the flooding danger here much worse in addition. We can tell you that right behind us. Here are barrier islands hutchinson island in jupiter island about thirty thousand. The people combined live on those islands. Some of them have gotten out there under mandatory evacuation orders but as you know even under mandatory evacuation they people cannot be forced from their homes. They are concerned though that the people who did not get off these islands are not going to be able to get help once the storm starts. They believe that they're not going to be able to get first responders to them. The bridges are going to be closed. Ridge is going to be too dangerous for first responders to pass over them and they're worried that people here in these barrier islands are going to get cut off for at least a couple of days erin all right brian todd. Thank you very much and let's get the latest now on doors path. Tom sater meteorologist is tracking the storm. So <hes> tom you know is <hes>. You know. You hear people saying well. Let's let's wait. Is it gonna wobble. Is it gonna turn. What is the forecast right now well. We're still hopeful that it's going to start to make that job to the north now and stay offshore but the the door is not closed on that yet the sun is setting and you can see it here in the visual imagery another harrowing night for those in the bahamas about seventy thousand of this northern islands three hundred hundred sixty thousand overall but they're without power communications probably without roofs we've heard of total decimation of homes and the inundation of heavy water and they're going to have a long night tonight it. It is stationary. It's not even moving one mile per hour now. We cover a lot of hurricanes and the c._n._n. Weather center typhoons and super typhoons of the pacific cyclones in the in the indian ocean. I've never seen one put on the brakes like this. Keep its power after traveling aaron. Seventeen hundred miles form barbados through is wobbling a little bit overnight last night. It went through what we call an eye wall replacement cycle. It can't sustain this energy so the eye wall opens up another band and then it contracts syndicates energy back but every time it does that those strong winds extend outward so the storm actually gets broader in its strength you you can see already some rain in the carolinas into florida. We've had some waterspouts. I wouldn't be surprised to see a tornado watch tonight or tomorrow for the eastern half of florida but but even when you get in freeport i mean this is only thirty two miles to the northeast of them. They have been getting a beating but they struck the strongest winds near the i. Maybe just away from them. I'm sure this has changed the coastline in the shape of it right now but what we're watching now of course the warnings have been extended north. Just south of jacksonville now watches her into the carolinas but coming up the second part of this show. I want to talk about the steering currents and what this means every ten fifteen twenty miles is critical. We we need to get that. Turn to the north and i think we may have something that's going to help us out and share it with you in just a little bit all right. Thank you very much. Tom is going to be back with us as we watch this and tom in a few minutes i wanna talk about four pierce one of the city's about to feel the impact a door and when you talk about these wide bands tom linda hudson you see her there the mayor of fort pierce here's joins me now. Live maher. I appreciate your time <hes> obviously the storm dangerously close to florida and so enormous that you have these impacts but so slow that you have some people saying well. I just wanna get a better sense of things. What is your biggest concern right now. Mayor i am concerned that people will not take it seriously we still even though it looks better for us. It's still going to be a serious effect on this area. The winds are going to be high and the storm surge is going to be high and we're concerned about flooding so and we're also wanting people to stay in their homes and not leave their homes until all the all clear so you know obviously you're going to have hurricane-force winds as you as you talk about the storm surge itself could be it could be incredibly deadly <hes>. Are you prepared right right now. Yes we are prepared and i will tell you that we've had lots of time to prepare. How many days have we had to prepare pair. So we feel really good about what we done and <hes> we're experienced at this and i know you can't prepare for every eventuality -ality but <hes> we have a great team that has had experience with matthew and experience with irma and we coordinate well within this county and and we've done the best we can with what we have and we're we're prepared so when darrow people you know who have not evacuated and we are you you know across florida where they're gonna be. Bridges are going to be closing down right. People are going to be stock and they could be stuck for days and if the storm <hes> you know you have a stationary storm like what's happening the bahamas it could be incredibly incredibly deadly <hes> for a loss of life. What is your message to people who have not yet heeded evacuation warnings so they shelter in place ace. They've made that choice and most of them should know the dangers. The dangerous are <hes> when the winds get above forty five miles per hour first responders cannot come and rescue them and so that message is always clear and <hes> we have seven hundred people in shelters right now who heated that message and in a vacuum but couldn't leave but a lot of people left a lot of people left friday saturday and sunday so <hes> the ones that are sheltering in place they know the risk a- and <hes> we're we're all in this together all right. Thank you very much more
It's hurricane evacuation time in US
"State up and down the southeastern coast of the United States are preparing for the worst as hurricane Dorian approaches the United States boxes have been brown has more. evacuation orders are in effect in local leaders from west Palm Beach the Jacksonville are urging people not to stay behind the because there will not be a chance to escape the barrier islands later valves students is the mayor of vero beach Florida and once we have sustained winds over thirty nine you cannot leave so we're expecting that to happen the earliest at nine PM tonight it could be any time through the evening the winds will also get too strong to fly planes airports along the coast from Palm Beach to Melbourne to Daytona are shutting down Orlando International closes tomorrow in Broward county Florida Evan brown fox
Historic Hurricane Dorian unleashing ‘catastrophic’ blow in northern Bahamas, takes aim at Southeast U.S.
"Two people anxiously keeping very close watch hurricane Dorian now a massive catastrophic category five making it to advance to the U. S. coastline closely monitoring that weather situation lives Pete combs joining us from del Rey beach Florida what's the latest well warnings now extend that's tropical storm warnings from vero beach south to Boca Raton and much of that area is now under mandatory evacuation orders east of the intercoastal waterway those in low lying areas closest to the shore especially those who live in mobile homes or manufactured homes those who have who have disabilities there now under mandatory evacuation orders in all of this of course is you know with ahead of hurricane Dorian what you said is become a hurricane category five and that's a monster it is slowly sweeping across the Abaco islands now in the Bahamas the winds on this storm are now a hundred seventy five miles an hour and let me give you a comparison you might you might to kind of get a handle on here a little bit a little more readily in the wind speeds as I said a hundred seventy five miles an hour that is the speed of an F. three tornado but in this case the tornado would be about thirty miles wider so surrounding the eye of hurricane Dorian the storm now moving eight miles an hour to the west we expect a major right turn when that happens if that's going to depend on what we see in Florida in terms of a fax from the storms were watching this very closely it is not a speedy event this is a long duration of then will expect these hurricane winds to be blowing in the Bahamas specifically Abaco islands for up to twenty four hours
"vero" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News
"Hi and welcome to hold grew today. We've got steve lauren enter lisa lisa. I i it. Is everyone doing great. I we didn't go on vacation looking at sharpies vacation for that vacation photos very busy so loren gets to share sharp gets to share his story today today. Lauren has a an exciting alaska show coming up. You're going to have to wait for that. One though and we have a mouth shut meet up if you haven't heard august thirty first saturday day uppercut well noon at the candidate pavilion so if you have not signed up yet please go sign up over mouse chat dot net or find us on facebook and they're old with us. I mean come walk around with us. Walk drink and i'm not bringing the china this year so really <music>. It's the beginning of food and wine. Bring this china. You can't just leave us here yeah. I know i don't know. I don't think i can do food and wine with that. It's not gonna work. We demand a higher grade if service did make for nice photos but they us that paper boat to eat our food from a shaw aw what is this garbage. We must have find china so sharp stablishment. Is this sharp b- i missed. I missed some of your photos but so i wanna here the whole i haven't been to vero lawrence into vero and now you can listen. I still have not been needs to vero viral is fantastic. The whole time we were there we were comparing it compare and contrast to disney's hilton head resort because they're both beach resorts <hes> but as i've said before hilton head is there resort. There is not directly wreck on the beach. It's on the marsh. Take a shuttle or drive over or take a bike over to the beach house. Where does these vero beach resort is right on the beach. <hes> the cool thing about the resort is a it is compact so everything is together. <hes> the of the main in which is where all of your check in <hes> your your gift shop <hes> quick service location table.
80,000 attendance cap recommended for Burning Man
"Will the US Vero of land management now recommends the attendance of burning man be capped at the existing levels for the next decade burning man, which started in nineteen six at Baker beach. And San Francisco is moved to accommodate bigger crowds. When went to the Nevada desert years ago, that's about one hundred miles north of Reno burning men. Organizers had proposed raising the limit from eighty thousand to one hundred thousand but the federal government wants to keep attendance at no higher than eighty thousand
Walmart, Chris Barnes And Vero Beach discussed on Radio Night Live with Kevin McCullough
"There's something new coming from the world. Largest retailer has we hear from USA's Chris Barnes, Waller announcing an in home, grocery delivery service that it says, we'll bring groceries right to this shoppers refrigerators? It will start testing this fall in Kansas City, Pittsburgh, and Vero Beach, Florida. The retail giant says it will learn and scale the option across the US from there to use the news service, customers, will have to have WalMart, install a smart lock outside their home, and the WalMart employees will then use a wearable camera device.
"vero" Discussed on AP News
"We're working at a Vero beach neighborhood Thursday when they noticed the two foot training rocket. They notified the explosives team at nearby. Patrick air force base team said while it appeared to be disarmed. It may still contain explosives. The Vero beach area was a major military training site during World War Two and the air force believes the rocket came from that era contractors of map to twenty thousand acre area. They're searching for buried World War Two training ordinance. A genetic glitch increases the risk of impotence for men. According to a new study as AP correspondent, Mike Rossier reports the findings and important step that might lead to new treatments study was released Monday by the proceedings of the National Academy of sciences in researchers say, they located a spot in human DNA where genetic variation might increase the risk of impotence by about twenty-five percent. The researchers looked at the genetic makeup of about thirty six thousand six hundred men and confirmed they're finding in a similar study of another two hundred twenty two thousand three hundred men most impotence is not caused by genetics, but rather factors like obesity, diabetes, heart disease, smoking, drug and alcohol, use stress or anxiety. I'm Mike Rossio. First lady, Melania, Trump says she may be the most believed person in the world AP. Correspondent Rita Foley reports. Mrs Trump made the remark in an ABC news interview during which she promoted her be best campaign which addresses on. Online bullying. She says the campaign is focused on social media and online behavior in part because of the types of things people say about her she says we need to educate our children. So when they grow up, they know how to deal with these issues..
"vero" Discussed on WWL
"To go to school fulltime without actually having a job so the question is how to have a vero based budget when you're drawing from essentially a lump sum well you need to do two things what's the size of the lump sum seventy thousand okay and how much school do you have left as far as living expenses go or whatever and then we take three years of tuition out and so we start looking can seventy make it i'm not sure you can make it through three years and on seventy i don't think you can yeah i i mean i'm i'm thinking that i'll probably work after my undergraduate year to build up easier to work during your undergraduate year does your gonna work on one end of the other which end do you want to work on them and while you're in grad school i'd rather be working while i'm doing undergrad yeah no i would i would actually take a break between the two i would work after undergrad after i had my degree and then go back to school four th that way right so my point is we have to make do some some basic division and figure out how far the seventy gonna take me and i have to take care of that then the second thing you would do is just lay out a household budget and say okay i need this much for clothing i need this much for food i need this much for lights and water i need this much rent and just come up with a total figure and then start dividing multiply that by twelve started putting that in the seventy and see if you're gonna make it right yes and i have i have done that in fpu right now you're every dollar everydollar create a budget it's a little different and you're right it's not the standard zero base where you take your income and give every dollar an assignment instead we're kind of going bottom up with the expenses and determining but then those expenses have to be reasonable with to fit within these goals and the seventy thousand in the work schedule and the graduate school schedule when we're going to do each how our paper.
"vero" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"We believe that people will pay for not having their data mind for not having ads put in front of them for not being targeted with those ads and it's really the value of being safe on a network knowing what's being done with your data so facebook has come under fire after revelations that russian trolls in part manipulated the network to meddle in the twenty sixteen election can vero prevent something like this from happening there is no data on our users being mind and so it respective of anything user's data doesn't exist on our platform other than the content that they share with each other since we're a subscription service unlike facebook we are not interested in people's data and so we are not providing access to anyone to users information at the same time they wanted to be able to understand the system that they were using fairways a simple system unlike facebook doesn't use algorithms doesn't put things in front of them that it think that we think they want to see we just let them see the things that they've opted into that surgeon users as i understand it has plateaued or peter off can you talk to us about how big the network is you know what where are you sort of in the wave of growth so we had four million users come on board but really we've not been ever focused on the numbers we've always been focused on community on the user experience that's why we've chosen the features that we have in vero and not to have any ads on barrel and to keep everything very simple for the user to understand in a chronological feed letting them share the things that they love from photographs to music to movies and tv shows an also very importantly taylor the audience that they get to share with us had some controversies of a tone one of which users who are upset about your terms of service and how expansive they weren't what you could do with the content that they uploaded can you address that.
"vero" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast
"Just last last thing you've been down with with the grandkids you got a chance to see riley and ainsley and there's been some athletics down in florida that any report can i get a report back it's it's really been fun of had a chance to watch riley you'll pitch on saturday and sitting in the stands and watching i mean what a great what great joy and great thrill that was forced to be a part of that now he's he's playing again tonight over in lakeland florida and and we'll make the trip over to watch and he's gonna pitch a couple of innings in that game then ainsley here are our sixth grader she's in lacrosse she's just taking up across recently and she's playing tonight and played a in a volleyball tournament over orlando i wasn't able to make that but jackie joni went over for that and then to add allison john and england's daughter came down to florida they were over at vero beach over the weekend for a giant lacrosse tournament where they had hundreds of teams came down from the north for spring break over in vero beach and i think vero beach and i think she played four or five games over their team did did very well so it was a very good very good weekend in florida for the for the grandchildren over looking forward to to happen you back up here and glad you've enjoyed your time there and seems like one more thing if i if i could i just wanted to you know so happy for time and family are headed to athens georgia coach basketball team and i still in tom and joni last night that he'll for the family that'd be headed to georgia what a fantastic thing is but jack and jackie and all the other interested family members are headed to braid into next floor next winner for a time share type of situation here in brains and so the house will be open as they're up there so this is going to be a a win win for everyone especially jackie and myself that we can spend a couple of weeks down here next winter so that's that's kinda how i project things there was winning on many levels it sounds like jack no question about no doubt it's pretty nice down here too i might have.
"vero" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"The you guys have talked about but the most interesting thing to me is the fact that it became popular so fast so suddenly because people are hungry for a few feature changes people think they want chronological feeds and and and vero has it people definitely want less pressure on posts and the ability to more finetuned their post in an easy way people on a avoid fake followers and bought they want to avoid nasty comments and whether vero could actually fulfil on that are not the feeling that it might be able to is what's drawing people end so i think that whether vero or not is the next big snow social therefore good whether it's the next nap chat to come along is less important to me as the fact that i think this indicates that something is if it's not vero somebody's going to fill this gap because there is definitely an appetite for it i think that that the hole yep people are upset with instagram's algorithm and are hungry for the new thing i don't really get that at all from the eight i know that some people are frustrated that's not like alive but vero also there's a gimmick going on where it says the first million people to sign up get life i memberships for free indicating that it might charge others in the future but it's also just a way for a bunch of people to say wall just be part of the first millions on opt pay it's sort of like hell mailbox put a bunch of people on a waiting list for an app that they didn't even necessarily know that they wanted they just wanted to be on the list right because all of a sudden he was like hardtoget straight and in a streak on it it you know or or waiting it weighty behind the velvet wrote so i i don't hear a bunch of my peers sane instagram's dead what's the next new thing but yes there is something to be said about the fact that anything that's new and coming onto the scene trying to disrupt to sorry to use that term but in this case applies you know these is sort of incumbent huge networks that have been riding high for some time it it's not for nothing it it means that the tools that we have now as popular as they are are not perfect.
"vero" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"But even the i think this is kind of not ideal as appropos maybe it's the step they need to take in order to make a useful system is like what we have so many stakeholders let's get them all agree to make a label and then when we can show that that label doesn't do as much as then maybe we can get them to agree to have sudden labels or something like that i i could see that being the justification for a possibly i think a lot of people will say this is just them doing the least they can do to if you want to get all the tech headlines each day in about five minutes we have another show shorter show five minutes long or less daily tech headlines skit you everything you need to know on those days the he can't spend the time that you'd like with us it helps fill the gaps go check it out and get it as an amazon echo flash briefing on the google home in the anchor at or as a good oldfashioned ours as podcast a daily tech headlines dot com sara tell me about vero well vero tom is is actually not brand new was launched back in 2015 so it's gone on three years old now but suddenly perhaps even overnight seems that way the darling of the app store in fact it's the it's the most popular app in the entire app store on track to add over five hundred thousand users 24 hours on ios in the us alone so that's quite a spike again considering that not that long ago was like number forty five and sort of languishing there this is according to data from sensor tower which tracks app analytics no vero calls itself and add free social network that lets you be yours i'll i'll isn't that novel finally we have something that rican beer sales the acquis created by a billionaire businessman amen hariri who is the son of former lebanese prime minister rafic hariri now the son says he started the app because he was frustrated with the privacy policies of add based social networks that would be a facebook or twitter although it's votto based app also lets you share things.
"vero" Discussed on WAXE 1370
"This is vero beach is waxy 1079 fm and thirteen seven florida news network i'm john the question the funeral for on florida's soldier killed in these year this month happened in cooper city today army sergeant look david johnson and three solo soldiers died october fourth when islamic militants attacked or patrols members of congress want defense secretary james mattis to give them summation about how these special forces team got caught in an ambush segment els goals all that mattis they're of the war of words between president trump in south florida congresswoman frederick a wilson about this continues trump tweeted this morning that that wacky congressman wilson his killing the democrat party wilson had criticized trump's told when he called johnson's tell me to offer condolences see agents knew what he signed up for a shooting in tampa sent four men to the hospital last night it happened near the neighborhood where someone has murdered three people in the last two weeks the latest thursday a twenty year old autistic man who had taken the wrong bus home from work this is very frustrating i go for from frustration to anger and now we have someone who is terrorizing the neighborhood tampa interim police chief brian due to there the reward for information that helps them capture the killer has grown to twenty five thousand dollars hurricane herbal blew a giant holden florida's job market but the unemployment rate actually went down last month florida lost more than one hundred twenty seven thousand jobs in september that's enough to wipe out most of the gains of the past year leisure hospitality took the hardest hit losing more than forty thousand jobs during hurricane almost every sector the economy had fewer jobs but there was also a significant decrease in the number of people on the unemployment list the sri actually went down to three twenty percent has been that low in more than a decade rick leg tallahassee with the news on the florida news network i'm john the question well.
"vero" Discussed on WAXE 1370
"New vision ice entering vero beach yeah israel seve built by ugh my danny then as save money yes in they want to document her karakasevic imagine shaking pennies and dimes and being able to afford a brand new impala for all nine chevy empower for nine sixty two three four five maybe it was was probably a two thousand yeah a swat nickels and dimes pennies dimes you shaved his paintings and dimes but i know what he means usually kid hey everywhere we got a story here about the misunderstood ford pinto then you know our love these things you you know we've got the corbiere that was misunderstood we've got you know the ugo of course you always misunderstood uh but you know a report came out as several years had factor ago but dumb video from the the four the ford pinto get a raw deal people were reporting way way more deaths in the event that the written really happened in what fact we fake news way back fake nokia in widely went out to this poor little car here's a thing first of all lob mother jones of a magazine article the guy won a pulitzer prize for you call the pinto a fire trapping a deaf car should five hundred nine hundred fatal pinto fires there was only twenty seven twenty seven year now of course such horrible but you who compare of that too other crashes the tank was in between the rear bumper in the actual right pours normally is here we're in normal years now here's the thing the gremlin had at the same spot it had the same issue but uh data you know nobody went after them i've probably because he didn't saw and i think the biggest thing with with the ford was is that in order to save money on all ford smaller cars mustangs in all the gas tank is the floor of your trump it's not like your gas tank strapped up our your car where it all out on the ground and go away yet hich dropped in from.
"vero" Discussed on WAXE 1370
"Vegetation throughout vero beach is brown from i suppose being pummelled with salt water but it picked up uh you know in the ocean and carried inward that has the only explanation i can figure out what do you think yeah that's what i heard to i don't know so while you does kinda dry solo liam after the salt aaron assault water was sprayed on some of our registration than i guess one that when we didn't get the rain right after but then wash often there is some early and i can see this a barn look throughout some of the plants in goma comeback yeah i'll admit actually salt has mineral senate sets probably a little bit of it's a good good for them but does not too much but anyway back to the airport you have a lot of interesting things going on all the time i mean we've me you launched the commercial jet service a few years ago now and uh wow has it ever been take it off said speight yeah i know how to use a plum but so true and you know we looked at the data uh recently and just tracked that from december 2015 which is when elite airways began servers and there was about i think we had maybe uh six or seven hundred passengers that first month and now we're averaging about twice that every month you know and we're we've seen a a really good a steady increase throughout of course we of the additional destination narrowly leader ways added atf asheville from bureau beach during the season here which i just knew was going to be a winner because as beloved to get out of the heat in the summer and go enjoy the mountain climbs yep and the breweries yeah yeah oh yeah about to yes slow that that went pretty well and we expect to see continued growth you know were working closely with elite they're they're interested in in continuing the vero beach connection because it has been a success and i don't see any reason why they would want to stop that at this point you know there's always some friday never know what could happened with fuel prices for example and i kinda thing i'm actually there have been going up recently but um you know so far lead hasn't raised their fares they keep at the.
"vero" Discussed on WAXE 1370
"Important topic a great timing for this topic as i was saying season is picking backup in vero in october down south you're in florida and runs until about april may be a lot more people on the roads so it's a great topic kind of to talk about but important and also sensitive topic because as we were saying driving is a privilege is the freedom that allows us to do all these things that we want to be able to do but there has to come a time where you have to have as you were saying the talk about having to take that away um and so we were talking about this wonderful program that you have here with your company called beyond driving with dignity and there's a work book that's involved with it for them to do selfassessments and then there's also a three are training yes saying as well so i think that that's great because i was have the question of everybody's going to always want to drive so they're doing a selfassessment they're going to say well i'm fine i can drive but then with the this three hour program but you said you had that's the way for you then to be able to help them absolutely so it does take about two hours to really do it in depth on uh history of what's been going on with the client nviend we get to the point two we do a lot of our several henin pencil cognitive exercises and this is very enlightening there are a couple that specifically shows if someone is going to to have a problem with their driving abilities uh when we get through with that part then if i feel comfortable i will do a a driving uh exercise with them and we give them we like for them to choose three places that they normally drive to and then.
"vero" Discussed on WAXE 1370
"The communities stepson of bank money where folks and come in and adopt that we can for free as long as the money last absolutely and and now adoption will range from wedging what the cats are cats as anywhere from eighty five two hundred with the dogs us one fifty up usually won fifty two two hundred with the talks about however these animals are ready oh absolutely their spider neutered microchip and current on all of their shots they are ready to go home we do still go through the same arm adoption application process but in it could take up to a week for us to go through the entire process but they will be ready to go that is so exciting and then of course freeing up that space yeah so it's a big month of september for halo yeah and again there's lots of businesses that are able to team up and help collaboratively to make these goals happen rights in italy gap has the dotted we're going to bring in lots of food and excess 3's and materials for these animals through an all next weekend eight through the 10th their fry and then saved the day for september 16th yes churchill early in the might of this at a unnamed a chase your entire who some of the sponsors for chaser tail oh we have some wonderful sponsors obviously pays to design we've got on remax several remax psalm oh my gosh there's so many out there uh pinero bread oh yeah losses wants one more time with the website so folks can check out these events check out the list get some more information is full halo rescue fal dot org halo rescue efforts at organized seen so much marketing and advertising going on for the upcoming colo banker event september eight through tent that it's clear that the word is getting out perry i'm happy to be able to do our part on the vero insider to spread the word because folks that none of it means anything if we don't have people xiao and show their support and get out there and do what they can to make a difference and i have all sorts of shredded cat food in the cans that my cat does not like he looked at the and said where's at the pact chaotic where is the pats though i clearly it will be ringing my contribution and heavily delivering them.
"vero" Discussed on WAXE 1370
"Number of employees in vero beach severo beach compared to sebastian sebastian has about twenty five thousand in people and a larger geographical area bureau beaches about seventeen thousand and maybe a little bit less and their number of employees is above is three times the number that arines with that part well i don't iit was sebastian doesn't have a utility okay so you have always there and and you so there are some reasons and some along william they do have an airport but they don't have their an airport is not anything lying all over europe asia where i i i am a fighter pilot knife one out there and and use that both both airports and the um the the big difference whitehall rub their they they do not have a twohour now oh let's be real challenge near landing there now they're they're system set up for when you're flying for radios and and basically you disuse there's certain channel that you use four that when you're using that airport and so you can talk to all the other pilots who are out there and let them know you know which runway your and and you can actually find out which runways were open in which their preferring and by listening on the radio as you approach an airport you can tell where you're supposed to go and a it there's a whole system already set up you don't need to have a tower there with this our airport vero airport is one of the busiest airports um uh because they have two flight schools going in and out of there they have uh piper they've what ancillary businesses that are spinoffs that are a dyke five planes private planes in a lead now elite and and although there are not a huge part of the traffic because they're not find that many flyers lose a lot of words yet lowered of.
"vero" Discussed on WAXE 1370
"This is vero beach is waxy 1079 fm and thirteen seven happen and news i'm dave kurdi how low can florida go well the jobless rate is down once again june's unemployment rate is good news for the governor rick scott has bragging rights because the jobless rate of four point one percent is lower than the national average it's also the lowest rate florida in in a decade the state that it almost twenty thousand new jobs in june almost two hundred forty thousand over the past year every metro area in the state has gain jobs with orlando tampa say pete and fort lauderdale metros leading the way over the past here there are still four hundred nineteen thousand names on the official unemployment list but that's also a 10year low rick leg tallahassee florida jio oh peace editor marco rubio says if healthcare reform doesn't get done it won't be because he wasn't ready to do what voters elected him to do by ran for election in 2010 on the promise of repealing and replacing obamacare was reelected in 2016 with the same promise i'm going to keep that promise i'm prepared to vote for a for a bill to repeal i'm prepared to vote for a bill to repeal and replace now i'm interested odyssey what tenet lawmakers of exited washington for the weekend but a procedural vote in the senate is tentatively scheduled for tuesday a former head of gitmo has a new job at pensacola naval air station rear admiral kyle coz added officially took control of the naval education and training command at the national naval at aviation museum according to the pensacola news journal the command train some thirty thousand students worldwide coz ad was in charge of the guantanamo bay detention center in cuba from july two thousand fourteen to july two thousand five fifteen o oj simpson could be back in the sunshine stage simpson has served more than eight years of a possible thirty three year term for an attempted robbery and other charges prior to going to prison simpson lived in the miami suburb of kendall with news on the florida news network i'm days party have you ever thought you'd like to flip houses but didn't know how or where to get the money are you ready to be your own boss so you can start living the.
"vero" Discussed on WAXE 1370
"This is vero beach is waxy 1079 fm and thirteen seven than and news i'm dave purdy some good news on the economic front the jobless rate in the sunshine state is now the lowest it's been in 10 years florida's unemployment rate dropped by two tenths of appointed last month it's now four point one percent the sunshine stake used to be a national leader in job growth adding almost twenty thousand of them in june it was a good month for construction manufacturing healthcare and wholesale trade but leisure and hospitality took a hit rick like tallahassee a former poll cabby principle is in hot water again sheriff grady judge says ginger collins is facing new theft fraud and embezzlement charges stemming from our time is principle of kathleen middle school near lake clint judge said she was arrested back in january for ripping off the pole county school district when she was administrator with the mikhael academy and we called her stealing from mceal to the tune of over a hundred thousand about one hundred and five thousand dollars and we locked her up and now she's awaiting what we hope busy linked the prison term from for not or stealing from the taxpayers but stealing from the children tallinn's reside your position at set mikhael last september judge says while at kathleen lien meddle in two thousand fourteen collins used to school district credit card for personal purchases financial firm edward jones sent some of its people to lobby for and again some of the measures working their way through congress rump pensacola john peacocke made the rounds on capitol hill he says one item there promoting is the senior safe fact most importantly especially orders with senior faith act which helps identify and i give also heat what is to report financial exploitation of seniors with news of the florida news network i'm dave purdy warning.