19 Burst results for "Von Hall"

"von hall" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

05:44 min | 2 weeks ago

"von hall" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Gonna go with youth and then we've decided Nah that's not really actually the direction that we've decided to go here. Let's go down to two hundred million road on possibly have to pay that much getting highland after. We've already paid for team verner and all the rest i was going to ask. What does anybody would wanna half holland. He's an upgrade at that position. Over almost with the exception of what like levin doffs be imbaba neymar kane. Maybe he's an upgrade over anything that you have. But i do wonder if they're willing to go all in to get him if that's if that's a sign that they're just not expecting or they're not willing to wait for team. Oh verner to come around. Chelsea donghai chelsea don't have to wait from from the beginning of the abramovich year didn't wait on shevchenko. You know Didn't didn't really work out. It didn't stop them spending. It didn't work on what was the what was the player they signed with big fanfare from holland was one of marino's one of the first big merino signings and i mean the guy highly played I'll i can see his face. But whatever like if it doesn't matter to them it's it's churn underwood's who who's up next. Who can we get next. And also there's probably the probably for in terms of chelsea high are hierarchy making sure that their rivals don't get him either you know. Yeah that's a good point. Obviously city and united being the likely candidates for him. But we'll have to wait. And see. Because bruce gonna understand it'll be so they're gonna see this out and then one other. Jj that i saw here. And i wanted to mention for a couple of reasons. So are in robin retired would would prompted a couple of questions for the first being. I thought that happened already know he. He he moved to his He moved grunge to the rest of his career. And we had the occasional glimpse of him playing for them but not much very occasional. He only made seven appearances Well that's what i meant by okay. Occasional themselves The definition how dare you picked me up on my words. Yeah it's bye bye on. What water career andrew. So that is the other thing that i wanted to mention. I have no stats or information of any sort in front of me. I'm acting purely on gut Whenever we have these conversations about like greatest players of the era he is never mentioned. And i think he should be. I think he's the most underrated Maybe not not talked about nearly enough player of the last twenty years. And i agree. He's one of the premier league twice. He is a european cup winner. An fa cup winner. That's not including everything. He won while he was in germany and a world cup. Runner-up no he's a world cup runner-up he's a german footballer of the year in two thousand ten champions the winner a spanish champion as well although the time at real madrid wasn't great. He's an eight times wounds league champion eight times five-time time. Dfb polka winner. He is a fee for world club. Cup these are just a dutch champion. Dutch supercup winner yada yada The super cup charity. He's he's had a an incredible career really incredible career. I think andrew his best years were spent where in germany and again you know no disrespect to the bundesliga bought as As anglo centric is a lot of the world is people watch the bones leader on. He didn't really work out and spent didn't happen. In england it happened massively firm in germany and so weaken week out. We were not Seeing his brilliance he was also prone to manny money injuries But he had an outstanding career really great career and it was. It was the champions league dot constantly reminded us cheese. He's really really good. One of my favorite moments of all time in the champions league is d. I believe it was the o-9 ten quarterfinal at old trafford Louis von hall was the manager of munich and The corner that was taken directly to him so was everyone's waiting for an inswinger and it goes right to the edge of the box. Donahue hit the corner was it's fine steiger and he catches it clean on the volley in australia. Founders are an amazing goal with his left foot. I i know people wanna talk about. Hey you start on the right. And then he caught in on the left and and and do all those things that he could do. Carlos in the top corner leather home all that stuff great but he was a brilliant brilliant footballer. I almost think that that's what makes him. Even more impressive to me is that he'd get the ball and every single person on the field in the stadium watching on television they all. Everyone knew what he was going to do. He had the one signature move essentially and like even even knowing that that was going to be his route. He could still do it and can still score. I think that's i think that's impressive. When you can like teams know how they're supposed to defend you and yet they still are unable to stop you. Yeah brilliant player on a bring in partnership with with damian dolphins. Well dolphin robin became just dislike phrase for early marino teams. They were they. Were so good so go together. It was him that had the dive against mexico in the world. Cup right yes see. I sometimes wonder if that is the part.

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"von hall" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

05:50 min | 3 months ago

"von hall" Discussed on ESPN FC

"When i tried to look at this from kind of an ethical standpoint. The fact that the glazers have made mistakes shouldn't matter because you know they presumably. They had woodward there. They appointed marina. Whatever they did they did because they thought they wanted to put out a successful football club. Because it's in their interest to do that right so not like they made those choices because they said we wanna screw up united I don't think it's fair to have a go at them within the context of the way the financially looking right But it does come into it a little bit because there are a certain number of fans among united like at any club. They really don't care how their owners make their money run club if the team is successful. Is that fair to say that those people exist in every club the maybe attempt at minority of funds it will always agitate against the owners for for the reasons. I mean a deep breath news because there's so many elements to the so many elements so in sense of the ground is not as not being toasted invested the ground that they do it. This paradox is. They have spent a lot of money on the team. The seven million pound nets bentsen's folks left which is second book the expensive badly and i think what we're doing is that on a day care to appoint the best if appointee of people who don't know what that basically was about department david gill von hall was about appointment. David moves about appointment and within that the people have signed players haven't had the necessary knowledge to spend that money wisely. So the money's being spent but it's being wasted bought. Let's go to. I think the this really started in two thousand nine interest sold eighteen million pound record. Food colors has left out some as well from that point on united never being close to whether were terrorism. Another one the bras in antonio valencia michael owen on the free gubbio sound the following year. The sound like chris mullin under the time would say we're not spending ceremony because you wanna find volume in the market at the same time. It's your son. require jay's mill w silva folks was criticized Kamikaze spending me called it. Reality walls adult deals. Eighty with most specified in the cheat is so focused on that point when in the end. Gis back your point out. Who did sir. Alex ferguson signed to win the title. He signed rob percy for what at the time was a huge amount of money And he signed him to along very expensive contract and he got a very good year out of him that one and the title at an things went south from there. Is that fair mark. Absolutely but it was. It was a song designed to to get the title bucket. You know you'll you'll notice that the united eleven dusky i think it was appropriate document titled united Folks felt that von percy would guaranteed though and then just goes this on levin investment. But i digress. The point on folks is the threat that the first few years if the glazer only she could argue that he can be successful. Also he also kinda glaze nikola because he would always defend the glazes say what good owners have always him the market. Now if that's the case why was he signing so it's inferior. Play is when he could assign specifies when when they sell renaldo. Why that the. Allow the to only san antonio valencia michael and w albertson when he could have signed most supplies not an awful lot of resentment amongst heavy minority night towards folks and because they blamed for an for. The glazes discriminate. Because you know so. This disagreement with the owners of moss game montesimple shareholder. The time they still has also went to the glazes so ferguson's with the owners and the ray sauce and the eyes of many funds led to the glazes buying the stock. So i wanna be clear on this because again people agendas from all over the from from all around the world and obviously you basically live at old trafford by i. I've also story along. Well you're saying is. Obviously shrugs ferguson untouchable legend for united. There is a portion of the united support that say ceramics maybe involuntarily created help create the situation where cubic expressions. I think they were called mcnamara. Mcmanus decided to sell the club. Just to get out took the glazers money and then it's almost like he didn't make a stand against them. He kind of appease them. Even as david beckham of all people was in two thousand ten. Go going there with milan. Picking up the green and gold shirt speaking out quite eloquently about the glazers. No backing from salix. Is there a sense that sir. Alex had made a stand there. In whatever way things have turned out differently the time smelly was defeated suggested. The weren't doing the right things the cloak then. It would have been very difficult as survivor. Explicit waltz away in protest then it would be difficult some and remains on the payroll old trump as an ambassador to thirteen. So he's still involved in the cloak whether he agrees the glazer night. You still involved in the now. Maybe it's a harsh view of history to blame. Fault was but he's his dispute with cuba hedge questions. Open the door for this hostile. Takeover of of the is just a biped shares are on the market to get the situation so the glazer no on the clock. And i don't see how anybody any you point in the future. You can afford to buy them out. So the best with the united funds whom rebelling against the united start with glazes because. There's no obvious way for them to people. Really isn't i mean unless you know the specify on bobby also gripe was noted by getting to that but i you know i was gonna say this debate just before we started the show with god because.

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Who Needs the Europa League Title Most?

ESPN FC

04:37 min | 5 months ago

Who Needs the Europa League Title Most?

"Here's your to win. The europa league manchester united installed his early favorites. Actually co-favorites with spurs english teams. One two three even arsenal getting a better odds to in the euro league van c milan. Let's focus in on those three english clubs specifically their managers. Craig i'll start with you. Which is three need to win the europa league. Most i suppose seventy one hundred in milan because the book is going through. That could be the only reason i passed. Thank josiah marines. When there's the most. Because i think he's the mine under most pressure. His league possession at moment stinks the team's performances have been pretty rotten in terms of on the eye on the country mile off the top four. At one point the talk was others team in the title race and so he needs to deliver something otherwise. He's under severe pressure. I mean you could say well attack. The does he's got cut behind them transition to ask no. I think he's pretty safe there and they talk for. There's no doubt about so. I actually think marinas the mon- needs it. The most stevie you agree they still got a shot at hardware in the league cup final. They got a shot at top six. Maybe an outside shot at top four spurs really. Need this most absolutely think so. Yeah arsenal. yeah we think point lead over you. He's he's got an f. e. cop behind them less than two months ago so he's fine creek said during transition marino. Another honda is is is not in my opinion going to be in the top four. That's why he was brought and it wasn't brought in to do anything else so it's important that he does produced. So we're because that will deflect away from what has jaw was and the premier league and unfortunately for him yes. He's a the problem is they'll position gsa city who nobody wants to face. So i'm one hundred percent we create. This is absolutely marino. And tom mark from the manchester united perspective. Just how important is this to jar. His record and cup. Tournaments is well documented over four in finals. Big without first trophy be. I think it needs to win one soon. Because it's now four years when united trophy on a long time and they always have the opportunity in the kaaba cup of one. One that need is more than tottenham because five years at the champions league. The asked really really the champions football. I it's sick of being semi-finalists are knocking on the door. They're not gonna win the primarily this season to trophies. This is man united. We're talking about. We're talking about the process itself alongside by munich real madrid barcelona as one of the biggest club in the world. The biggest clubs in the world win trophies and is now four years since one. United one one-stroke trophy with the minor the minor cops. Let's be honest. The league company europa league in two thousand seventeen. They haven't won a big trophy since whilst explosion retired. Let's be honest. The two thousand thirteen primarily because even fa co-ops and the von hall didn't really count towards the biggest trophy so united. Need over the start winning again. And i think social really needs it but if he doesn't win a trophy this season i don't think it'll be the end of their old firm. I think you'll still be there. But i do think the to kick on become this team is going to challenge for the majors. They have to win something. So craig no no i just think off the bucket marks point that yet yeah financially obstacle. But we're talking about modules marina for the reasons that steve and i say and and say well and it's a big f because it's not you know some good teams in there. They say it was a year in the league and we lost hurricane and we will see all these excuses. You'll save won the europa league a nuts champions league football because that's the carrot dangled for when the euro league note from a united perspective. As augie said you know when you're polite for them and their historical standpoint is neither here in the last good marino himself. He delivered second-place mandated. Emily he delivered the gop league undesirable cup. So they've done recently. They really need to be the primarily title at least go neck and neck all the way until publiz reasons you take a trophy as a manager and you would take if you united but really the dining a much. Bigger table than the europa league

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"von hall" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

12:57 min | 1 year ago

"von hall" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Your with your grandchildren Randy welcome to the word on medicine and I'd be thrilled to have you give us if you will a little recap of of what the last nine years have been like yeah thank you doctor Evans it's my pleasure to be on here it's given given the low forties that for my family I could not be here for you today so thank you very much this dates back to the story and I'll try to tell it from a background champ court relatively quickly but it dates back to two thousand and ten on a Lowe's book was on the second trimester of her second pregnancy then she began to have a lot of difficulty beating she was losing weight work nor normally woman walked quite on old off but the problem of strict and finally got to the point where she reported so many health problems the guy who put her in the hospital and they made the decision that you know what would be important at that point to check my grandson Andrew and it was still seven weeks premature Andrew was washing was born and it was fine can I ask you and you did they did they actually know what was wrong with her essentially she was just not not feeling well in general yeah I know that they that she had a lot of the sons of pancreatic cancer but nobody knew that it was quite a credit cancer she was drawn to the back pain she had difficulty eating she was losing weight but not all they couldn't ascertain what it wants during the pregnancy they just move that and what they suspect was was that she could have maybe potentially very a problem the one over in cancer so the the Syrian was completed and won the pre natal intensive care unit came back to us after the surgery and said the move over you download very bad and not what they suggested was with that all she won the gold completeness direct an excellent day to Elizabeth fallen so serene birth one one a complete hysterectomy she goes on to intensive care and the old resource on all for testing hello is that you know about a week and a half later this one late October of two thousand two albums sold the first November what we were informed was that the laws but had stage four cancer that have metastasized to roll read during pregnancy the always been the most susceptible organ a woman's body during the pregnancy and we found that out in the forest on colleges but walked in to look across the board she was still in the hospital and Andrew was stolen prenatal care she was very sorry about the news and that she would do everything she could to make the most last six eight months as high quality as possible well obviously we'll move her the newborn downstairs she's on a pretty fragile state and she has lost the other hands are bad all the non defense they'll call just leave the room and I just shut down the lows was but not so I don't know what we're gonna do on my experience at all kind of executive related experience I'm not a doctor I don't build a spiel I know I have one daughter and we're going to do whatever it takes to change that that that prognosis and so you know the next thing and then I proceeded to do was walk to school in the hospital I went out and started actually interviewing all colleges the number healthcare system and the third on the politics of the talk to was a south African whose name was doctor Val ski alone he subsequently retired in the past year but doctor Abbas you sit down with me after hours it is practiced so a curve a bell shaped curve and is a bell shaped curve was obviously pretty skewed to the pro the the life expectancy for patriotic cancer patients as we have been told that the tale about Kirby put twenty years and he said you know what our job is to find a way to get Elizabeth to the tail end of this cover because again the average life expectancy is about seven to eight months and then what he said to me was really very powerful you should really be what I'd like to do is I want to be your poker finding that solution man you know to find a position that would say I want to be a broker or not but I have the answer but I want to help you find as many answers as we can and we push it us start a course of chemo which was very tough and on kind of the latest and the greatest the New World the patriotic cancer and at the same time we started the chemo I began to look for surgeons who had experience operating on he had a cancer in tail of the plane crash it's more common as you know doctor I've been in my head of the of the of the pancreas and a more common procedure is the local procedure it's very complicated and the tail of pancreas and so that is why I began to make contact one of some surgeons and some very large and moaned institutions you know in the United States what I found was was that each of them I have a very limited experience or number of surgeries that they have done in this environment and what their suggestion was that it could never be successful without further shrinking the tumor so now we continue that course from two thousand and ten the men to thousand eleven on that chemo and I just want to interrupt for one second Randy I I can't help but but comment on your on your interaction with the health care professional profession because really what doctor Dombrowski provided you was was hope right I mean that and that was just that was just so critically important it's a it's a great lesson for all of us in any aspect of medicine that despite sometimes the the struggle and the and the difficulty of the situation of providing hope for for some endpoint is just so important in this case he provided hope that the two of you would partner together and at least find the the best possible treatments very interesting that you say that because it's absolutely true water is really interesting about the statement as is not once but then all that we've been to has there been a burden for for writing about us and so I know more about him in the polls are open will be published and probably you sometime early December a book titled real start of the smoke in the laws of the story and you're absolutely correct and the way I see home builders is hold bills and action all mixed you move for hope make sure thanks hope makes you take action to find the solution as opposed to hopelessness if you give up but you're absolutely right the doctor about ski is still open just just fantastic and then how did the two of you go about go about navigating the medical field and and finding where those options are because it can be it can be so difficult I mean there are as you know of people like Dan one hot than myself and cut and others who who spend every waking moment thinking about pancreas cancer and and we've done that for twenty five to thirty years but how does how does someone who who doesn't have a medical background go about doing this because I think the other thing that you're that you're relatively famous for is is being an advocate and and and so and there are so many patients who could benefit by a Randy Dobbs type type advocate hi if you had to provide a recipe for how you did that how would you describe it yeah well thank you for staying on and I do believe that add because absolutely the correct word and I will start by saying that once our new what all of the bush shin was on how serious the threat was to her life well first thing I did was I love my job and I made my job and I was fortunate enough doctrine Wednesday always able to leave my job and the focus for the next year and I have on being that I have a good finding those solutions are finding those places were not only cut my whole continue to be installed but a lot of the book's hope could be installed because you've got to make the patient a fighter of but somebody that can believe that there is a solution and so that pushed up we'll talk about screen and then remove that that you know we were willing I'm not in a guy did a gentle called us it's impossible the bones of old but it's about how I want my business skills in my advocacy towards a lot of the books one of us you know the situation and quite frankly you know what he knew was was that we will willing to build a team and put anybody on that to you that's the first thing then I think of an advocate you've got to be looking for team members and team members that'll have knowledge of specialty skills but some of the key member may not and then the second thing is you gotta be willing to play all man you know those are two things always been important me about slash and so you got to be willing to try things that that doesn't work try something else it's sold through that course of action and you mention the name already we were introduced in mid two thousand eleven the doctor Daniel von hall who is on all close associate of yours and you guys don't want a war and the amount of of of ground that were making and pancreatic cancer I credit to and many others but doctor von office you know at that point in time you were seeing patients one day we normally we were spending the rest of the time in you know in in clinical trials own bakery and cancer and we were fortunate to meet doctor Baja Dr von Hoff became an an advocate who subsequently introduced us to you and you'll you'll or a surgeon who had not done sounds but hundreds of Elizabeth's kind of surgery we went to Milwaukee Wisconsin and spent five weeks an arrest an intent to be able to have your care and and as an apple good as you join the team as an advocate for what we were doing you insisted upon the genetic testing for our family and quite frankly through genetic testing we expected that my ex wife's one side of the family once the source for this genetic mutation because her mother had died of pancreatic cancer but if you're not we came to find out that I'm the source I have this genetic mutation and that has led me to do a special MRI testing each year from the baseline of mockery Chris because I have a twenty five percent greater chance letter because you continue those errors of Elizabeth recovered from the surgery that you did which was very expensive a went back on chemo the mutations surfaced and her left lung yeah in two thousand and thirteen and two thousand thirteen again we were introduced to somebody who had experience with with granite cancer and and and surgery of the long and that was another one of your hand he became an advocate for some people that were left alone and then later that year in the brain then doctor von off introduced us to an oncologist and the surgeon at the university and and we went through she went through five hours of brain surgery she lost the use of her right leg in a right but what she had to go to rehab and then for three years it was clean and last summer we think around the margins of the radiation both the cancer reappeared the brain we were back room last summer more extensive radiation again I'm one of the advocacy and the people on the.

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"von hall" Discussed on Short Wave

Short Wave

09:18 min | 1 year ago

"von hall" Discussed on Short Wave

"Who so clive's new book is called dog is is love? Why and how your dog loves you? It contains a bunch of different dog. Oh Research and take away his client. I discussed a few of those starting with the work of a scientist. IENTIST named Gregory Burns. Who Manage to study dogs in a way that few people had before inside an MRI machine? So Gregory Burns work is quite pathbreaking. Half breaking in this direction the brilliance lies in being able to train dogs to lie still in the scanner. Only humans had ever the had their brains scanned in a scanner while they were awake. It's one thing to a needs to ties. An animal placed in a scanner. But of course then not seeing the natural brain activity that occurs when an individual's awake now the trick is to train an individual animal to lie perfectly still which it costs. You know anybody who's been in an MRI scanner knows. It's quite a a challenging environment. It's very loud. It's somewhat claustrophobic right. I've never been in an MRI machine and be like you know who love this. My dog well right exactly so so. It was quite genius to be able to train the dogs to do this and having got them to lie still to show them signals that indicate the different things are coming along along the different things that imminent and I they just showed them signals that indicated. You're gonNA get a piece of hot dog. You're not going to get a piece of hot dog right and then train the dogs. Another signal means that you'll beloved human is just around the corner and is about to appear what so interesting there. Is that the reward center of a dog's brain lights up to both of those signals. And in most cases all cases in most cases the center lights up more intensely Ashley when the dog is given a signal that means your human is just around the corner the when the dog is given a signal that means a piece of hot dog is just on. Its Way to you. But what was so interesting. He was after Gregory Burns and his team had done all this work in the MRI Scana. They took the same dogs out and place them in a very simple scenario where the dogs were given a choice between the human being sitting on a chair and a bowl of food placed about ten feet away I feel like I know what decision my dog would make but it really. I don't know oh you gotta try this try okay. It's not the least bit difficult to set up. And what they found was just as for most of the dogs their brain reward centers lit up more intensely for the person than for the food so those same dogs chose their a person more often than they chose the food and there was a very strong relationship between how they brains have been activated by these two different rewards and what choice. They actually Z.. Made when they will let out of the scanner and just given a free choice to go where they wanted to go so basically their behavior mirrored what they were seeing in the MRI machine. Exactly okay so on top of the MRI stuff. You also talked about some brain chemistry studies out of Japan right there where researchers discovered something kind of cool happens when humans ends and dogs look into each other's eyes. Tell me about that. So this is research from a group in one of the suburbs of Tokyo and they have equipment so that they can measure Israel levels of hormones in dogs and people's bodies and in this case. What's interesting is we're talking about a hormone oxytocin which has the nickname nickname the love hormone? Now no hormone is exactly the same as a psychological state but there's enough commonality between how a hormone in response and people psychological experience that it's not entirely unreasonable to call oxytocin the love hormone. Certainly we know that when people who have a very he's strong loving bond look into each other's eyes levels of this hormone spike in their buttons. So you see this mothers with their infants. Newly enamored a couple of old married couples but new couples. You say this spiking they both partners when they look into each other's eyes and so what this group were able to do. was they brought people in their dogs into their lab and from video analysis. They look how much they looked into each other's eyes and they found that both both partners but the dog and the person when they looked lovingly into each other's eyes their levels of oxidation spikes. So that you see the exact same hormonal response in people with their beloved dogs as you see when people who have a strong loving relationship look into each other's eyes so now the line of evidence that this love the dogs have and indeed we have for them is coded into our very biology. So whether or not you know the word love is appropriate appropriate which I think you believe it is. It's a very similar thing to what we see in humans that are quote in love potential right absolute right so it comes through between gene the two species dog and human the same way that the signal comes through and we look at people loving each other. Okay so let's talk a little bit about genetics you are working with the geneticist trying to find genes. That were specific to dogs. That might explain some of this behavior that you had seen you were comparing dog genes too wolf jeans jeans and you came across this kind of interesting group of genes. Tell me about that so there really isn't very much genetic difference between wolves and dogs and yet behaviorally aviary. They're quite different animals and we were looking at trying to pin down. What was the nature of that difference? And then it's a few years ago now. A young geneticist at the time graduate student. Ucla Bridget von halt published paper where she went all the way through the genome of the dog and and competitor to the genome of the wolf. Looking for where were the changes. Where was the evidence of recent selection of genetic changes jude you domestication? And in her publication. She pointed out that there was some evidence in region of the wolf and dog genome. which in humans is associated with a very rare syndrome called Williams buren syndrome? I'm just GONNA call it. Williams Syndrome okay. Williams Syndrome affects twenty twenty eight genes so people with Williams Syndrome they have hot deficits and circulatory deficits. But the really intriguing thing to me is that they are described in the medical literature as showing exceptional gregarious. Notice like exceptional gregarious nece so happiness and and in and interacting with other people exactly Mattie so they're described as being completely open to making friends with anybody of really having almost no concept of stranger. At all so this sparked my curiosity and together with my Past you collaborate right on Cue Dell. We go together with Bridget von Hall. We decided to actually get some DNA from some dogs. Get some DNA from some wolves. Carry Out our behavioral behavioral tests of sociability. All friendliness on these dogs on on these wolves and focus in on the twenty eight genes that are responsible for Williams Syndrome in humans to see if we could find a genetic. Signature of dogs exaggerated gregarious. NECE dogs desire to perform friendly relationships with other individuals. Okay and what did you find out. We found we identified three genes. Three genes came out and two of these three genes were already known to be responsible for the sociability component of Williams Syndrome. So we totally found the signal for dogs. Friendliness Gregarious nece love ability in the genetic code at the deepest level of biological analysis super for interesting super interesting. Okay so you could die. I totally agree. Maybe it's always the work that you've been involved in yourself always seems the most exciting in but knowing that I for me it's made a big difference in how I look at searfoss. I used to take the view which I play my mother for that. Our dog's apparent love for us was was just covered. Love you know we feed them so they act like they love us at so I was always. And I'm a skeptic by nature so I was always a looking at my dogs of apparent affection for tell me rather skeptically and it. It's just changed my heart if you will to accept her love as sincere you know. I feel better about her to think that that she really means this in her simple way. She really loves me. You know Clive. I'm going to be honest with you for my dog really depends on the day you know now I wish I could see. She greets me with joy every day but it seems like sometimes she just looks at me and she's like Oh you're here get my Frisbee and we'll talk about me get now Thanks to Clive Win. His new book is called. Dog Is love. Why and how your dog loves? This episode was produced by Brent. bachman been an edited by Vietnam. Oh and don't forget if you're enjoying the podcast please rate and review us in your podcast APP choice. That helps new people find us. I'm Mattie Mattie Safai and thanks for listening to shortwave from N._p._R...

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Does Your Dog Really Love You?

Short Wave

08:36 min | 1 year ago

Does Your Dog Really Love You?

"Clive's new book is called dog is is love? Why and how your dog loves you? It contains a bunch of different dog. Oh Research and take away his client. I discussed a few of those starting with the work of a scientist. IENTIST named Gregory Burns. Who Manage to study dogs in a way that few people had before inside an MRI machine? So Gregory Burns work is quite pathbreaking. Half breaking in this direction the brilliance lies in being able to train dogs to lie still in the scanner. Only humans had ever the had their brains scanned in a scanner while they were awake. It's one thing to a needs to ties. An animal placed in a scanner. But of course then not seeing the natural brain activity that occurs when an individual's awake now the trick is to train an individual animal to lie perfectly still which it costs. You know anybody who's been in an MRI scanner knows. It's quite a a challenging environment. It's very loud. It's somewhat claustrophobic right. I've never been in an MRI machine and be like you know who love this. My dog well right exactly so so. It was quite genius to be able to train the dogs to do this and having got them to lie still to show them signals that indicate the different things are coming along along the different things that imminent and I they just showed them signals that indicated. You're gonNA get a piece of hot dog. You're not going to get a piece of hot dog right and then train the dogs. Another signal means that you'll beloved human is just around the corner and is about to appear what so interesting there. Is that the reward center of a dog's brain lights up to both of those signals. And in most cases all cases in most cases the center lights up more intensely Ashley when the dog is given a signal that means your human is just around the corner the when the dog is given a signal that means a piece of hot dog is just on. Its Way to you. But what was so interesting. He was after Gregory Burns and his team had done all this work in the MRI Scana. They took the same dogs out and place them in a very simple scenario where the dogs were given a choice between the human being sitting on a chair and a bowl of food placed about ten feet away I feel like I know what decision my dog would make but it really. I don't know oh you gotta try this try okay. It's not the least bit difficult to set up. And what they found was just as for most of the dogs their brain reward centers lit up more intensely for the person than for the food so those same dogs chose their a person more often than they chose the food and there was a very strong relationship between how they brains have been activated by these two different rewards and what choice. They actually Z.. Made when they will let out of the scanner and just given a free choice to go where they wanted to go so basically their behavior mirrored what they were seeing in the MRI machine. Exactly okay so on top of the MRI stuff. You also talked about some brain chemistry studies out of Japan right there where researchers discovered something kind of cool happens when humans ends and dogs look into each other's eyes. Tell me about that. So this is research from a group in one of the suburbs of Tokyo and they have equipment so that they can measure Israel levels of hormones in dogs and people's bodies and in this case. What's interesting is we're talking about a hormone oxytocin which has the nickname nickname the love hormone? Now no hormone is exactly the same as a psychological state but there's enough commonality between how a hormone in response and people psychological experience that it's not entirely unreasonable to call oxytocin the love hormone. Certainly we know that when people who have a very he's strong loving bond look into each other's eyes levels of this hormone spike in their buttons. So you see this mothers with their infants. Newly enamored a couple of old married couples but new couples. You say this spiking they both partners when they look into each other's eyes and so what this group were able to do. was they brought people in their dogs into their lab and from video analysis. They look how much they looked into each other's eyes and they found that both both partners but the dog and the person when they looked lovingly into each other's eyes their levels of oxidation spikes. So that you see the exact same hormonal response in people with their beloved dogs as you see when people who have a strong loving relationship look into each other's eyes so now the line of evidence that this love the dogs have and indeed we have for them is coded into our very biology. So whether or not you know the word love is appropriate appropriate which I think you believe it is. It's a very similar thing to what we see in humans that are quote in love potential right absolute right so it comes through between gene the two species dog and human the same way that the signal comes through and we look at people loving each other. Okay so let's talk a little bit about genetics you are working with the geneticist trying to find genes. That were specific to dogs. That might explain some of this behavior that you had seen you were comparing dog genes too wolf jeans jeans and you came across this kind of interesting group of genes. Tell me about that so there really isn't very much genetic difference between wolves and dogs and yet behaviorally aviary. They're quite different animals and we were looking at trying to pin down. What was the nature of that difference? And then it's a few years ago now. A young geneticist at the time graduate student. Ucla Bridget von halt published paper where she went all the way through the genome of the dog and and competitor to the genome of the wolf. Looking for where were the changes. Where was the evidence of recent selection of genetic changes jude you domestication? And in her publication. She pointed out that there was some evidence in region of the wolf and dog genome. which in humans is associated with a very rare syndrome called Williams buren syndrome? I'm just GONNA call it. Williams Syndrome okay. Williams Syndrome affects twenty twenty eight genes so people with Williams Syndrome they have hot deficits and circulatory deficits. But the really intriguing thing to me is that they are described in the medical literature as showing exceptional gregarious. Notice like exceptional gregarious nece so happiness and and in and interacting with other people exactly Mattie so they're described as being completely open to making friends with anybody of really having almost no concept of stranger. At all so this sparked my curiosity and together with my Past you collaborate right on Cue Dell. We go together with Bridget von Hall. We decided to actually get some DNA from some dogs. Get some DNA from some wolves. Carry Out our behavioral behavioral tests of sociability. All friendliness on these dogs on on these wolves and focus in on the twenty eight genes that are responsible for Williams Syndrome in humans to see if we could find a genetic. Signature of dogs exaggerated gregarious. NECE dogs desire to perform friendly relationships with other individuals. Okay and what did you find out. We found we identified three genes. Three genes came out and two of these three genes were already known to be responsible for the sociability component of Williams Syndrome. So we totally found the signal for dogs. Friendliness Gregarious nece love ability in the genetic code at the deepest level of biological analysis super for interesting super interesting. Okay so you could die. I totally agree. Maybe it's always the work that you've been involved in yourself always seems the most exciting in but knowing that I for me it's made a big difference in how I look at searfoss. I used to take the view which I play my mother for that. Our dog's apparent love for us was was just covered. Love you know we feed them so they act like they love us at so I was always. And I'm a skeptic by nature so I was always a looking at my dogs of apparent affection for tell me rather skeptically and it. It's just changed my heart if you will to accept her love as sincere you know. I feel better about her to think that that she really means this in her simple way. She really loves me.

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"von hall" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"von hall" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"You don't go up to man on the street and yell fuck you to their face to a superstar because they're entitled they feel like they can. And that's the whole problem with, like sports fans nowadays, there's like they think they can do they can touch the players and they, you know, do whatever they want because they bought a ticket like no, like there's a set of rules. Go on going like you're say, yeah, there's, there's a line, you just don't cross and imagine being. A pug was position. You're in a world class player. Right. You get bought for the most money in a transfer ever at the time in new have to somehow live up to that as a central midfielder, mindue, which your stat sheets not going to be filled with goals in a SIS. Exactly. Usually at least. Yeah. And like hurting on ES goal, and assist record. And it's like it's ESPN you watch it doesn't like or Madre twenty one. The bound your. It's like obviously that still that's still very arguable on the key. Probably should have won it. Yeah. But what he does like off the ball. It's not like hockey where there's an assist for an assist. Yeah. And if there were then you'd see the product of center midfielders. Yeah. Exactly. But yeah, if you look at his position he doesn't have a director football in Edward or that, you know, he has no idea what he's doing. Yeah. The quote Louis von hall said a couple weeks ago. Edward has no clue about football, exactly. Imagine apparent imagine. If someone came out like the GM of an NFL team. It's that they have no idea how anything about football. It's like wait. What exactly the, the leadership and talks about him in United and asks is coming from the city fan, but on C United fans would say the same thing. Agreed. Why would wanna be there? Everyone's turn against him. He's got know it's everyone he's got his back up against the wall. He can easily just like I can go to a another big club be more successful in probably win titles, and you're not you're not in the Champions League next season. So and that's like your endorsements is like you know, that's a big part of players nowadays, you want to be on the champions, where the most is are seeing you that's hurting his money from endorsements as well and stuff like that. And like getting his brand is brand is hurt by being Europ league. So where do you think he goes, do you think it's a return? Event is return return is a Barscelona is a I think he would fit so, well, our Celona the problem is that is Barcelona gonna pay for them. Yeah, that's a good point. And also, we also spent so much money already hundred and fifty million dollars that much now. Oh my God. So I think Real Madrid is close to being done. I would hope so. Also can we talk about how they're the most boiled fan base, like they have one bad year now to mediate like people shit on, I'm gonna say, on man city, I've shit on man city, I've shit on PS g rightly so. But Real Madrid gets a pass all the time. I am done. I am done giving around Madrid APAC at one bad season. And all they do is wine and complain show up to the games and they're doing some of their best play for now. Don't even they've booed Rinaldo who on earth. Listen, I've never been a huge although hundred respect for him. Yeah. We believe game. And he's become a great pro over the years matured. Yes. But you don't boom. Yeah. They boot Gareth bale after east champions a goal like I I don't don't you want you. the man, one you Champions League. Copa del Rey goal what he just ran around boost gets or whoever wasn't a line and scored the game winner in the?.

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"von hall" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"von hall" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"I I mean, if you want to my thing is like what is Ali done, Mr. soak Shaw apologize. What does he done to like reinvigorate this club? What is easy just putting more like the front foot for the simple thing? Yeah. The easiest way to understand always impact is watches press conferences. Really want to assist? It's just good leadership is positive. He's he's proactive. He's enthusiastic is old school in that sense of. Hey takes the eight takes the rap. He's forward thinking. You know, look after you look up till reading match the writing match for me is is the is the the halo point of his game really were shocking against reading really where we reading should have been us in that game. We should not Arsim Africa. Because they were the team we want to know. But now they were the Barrett team. All they came after that press conference. Marina to come out and said, oh, the ADA said, blah, blah, blah, blah, didn't do this didn't do that Luke Shaw spat ever associate by and said, you know, what I got the lineup wrong. That's my fault. I didn't do this ID taken a blame. But also building his players up in that moment. I, you know, we're the only stays Ari. He goes, I think it's too early to tell eight games on Indiana's the best record any United manager ever. Had bus did six. Social set that record. But it's still early to tell because you know, you're going to factor in transferred palsy, how does he evaluate players? What is this organizational skills like in terms of it's a much bigger clip. Mold so much prettier club Cardiff measuring the shorts people. He doesn't have the grasp play manage that behind the scenes. Yes. So I think realistically. Is he going to get the job in six months? Fifty fifty. Okay. You know, and I think that's a that's a role loving living. The euphoria the situation you're in LA La Land right now goes into the situation where we've had these many matches is getting into that early excitement early. Thank you. So I think. Do I want him to be the manager? Spoi- is probably the toughest call. Yeah. You know? I don't know if I'm being honest say as a United fan. I don't know. We'll before I ask that question. Let me get two meals thoughts. Djamil? What are your thoughts about how Mr. soak shar has reinvigorated this club? I mean, you must you guys must be like just a buzzing. I'll use your word buzzing. Chris, Chris, it's if you if you watch the games Marino or the ladder mashes under von hall and stuff. You could see that the you can see a little bit of the old United of the Ferdie days are coming back a little bit back to cultures attacking more ruins very happy pug bus so ever everyone's nailing. I mean, they they are because you know, they're winning and stuff like that. But like you can see just the the former football is different tacking a little bit. We're not sitting back where you know. We're thinking about puck passes going, backward attacking lot more. So not Louis Van Gogh Cy. And on top of that. The like the atmosphere is even here you hear the fence singing TV, you weren't getting that with previous managers also say like an Old Trafford teams were not intimidated to go there in the past couple of years. I feel like that's back now team are more in TIMMY, oh used to not be able to even score or to be four. Knox fortress. Can't do anything. Now teams were coming in. Like, we have a shot. That's slowly coming back. Yeah. I'm not saying that it's to completely like as I say, I don't know always come staying. But even see that little like oh looking like United again. I mean, I mean even the way you look at that game today the first half today against arsenal. They were intimidated. Yeah. We came at two bucks. On the counter. Unreal. Unreal turnaround. You know, we played Huddersfield, you know, three months ago, but it'd be it'd be the one attack arson would have been all over us in that first one. It's a it's a it's an unreal turn on eight games..

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"von hall" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"von hall" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"And very warm. Welcome to studio worn a deal or rather. The terms of a deal have been agreed between the UK and Europe over Brexit. The news broke a few hours ago tonight key members of the British government have been summoned to Downing Street one by one so meetings with the prime minister hormone does pull Osborne joins me now pool. What's happened? Rejoice. Joyce. Do we do we offer two years of negotiation? We've taken a vital step tools the point at which whatever deal. This is will be rejected by the house of Commons, and we'll be back to square one. Now, this is getting ahead of ourselves. Establish. Exactly what's happened. And why we should actually perhaps be rejoicing. We should start by saying that everyone who is reacting to this, including me, including all the MP's and only other commentators outside of people who actually in the cabinet who have been in Downing Street tonight. Yes, I'm the people who've been in the talks, nobody else knows exactly what's in this deal. It's been reported by Irish television that the Irish government was saying a deal has been agreed. The British government hasn't said anything thoughts cabinet ministers have been going into number ten Downing Street this evening, one by wand be shown the terms of the deal we show money days. Now, this all this. As is typically the divorce to you this is after nearly two years of talks. This is agreement on how much Britain is going to pay to the in order to leave. We think about thirty nine billion pounds. This is the deal the outline deal on the rights of EU citizens in the UK the rights of UK citizens in the EU on somewhere within it is an explanation of. How they've decided to get round the arguments over the Irish border. It's about four hundred pages long this offer five hundred pages long to deal, basically with those three things there's nothing in here about the future trade relationship. There's nothing about the future defense relationship. There's nothing about the feature diplomatic relationship. But there will be a political statement of we think five or six pages, which is probably far more important to read in full than the five hundred pages of technical legal ease because that political statement will set out the future direction of how the two sides, the UK and the EU and vision those relationships defense security diplomacy future trade all those kind of things the outlined will be in. That political statement the big four to five hundred page sort of blockbuster. That's going to arrive tomorrow is is the technicalities if it was a divorce deal. It's how the split in the Bank account and who's getting the keys to the house. But it's not who gets to see the kids and he gets to go on holiday. Day in the summer, all of the complicated stuff hasn't been done yet. This is just the an attempt to have an outline agreement. So that we get to the Brexit data at the end of March next year without a hard Brexit without falling off a cliff edge because this transitional arrangement, which is the the period of nearly two years off to the Brexit date when the UK basically sticks to the us rules still freedom of movement, all of this time sorts all these other big issues that com- happen unless this deal happens this deal con happen, unless it's approved by the twenty-seven, Member States, the European parliament and crucially the UK parliament. And I haven't spoken to a single politician outside of the government who thinks this deal will pass parliament to what degree is that she's able to be considered to be a deal. Then I mean, a deal many say as you, you know, you secure an arrangement as to how things are going to go ahead. But this will. If what you've described as exactly what is in those four hundred pages. And who am I to disagree with you pull just sounds like almost a statement of intention and the assumption is that everybody will carry on chatting after March two two thousand nineteen. Yes, bar what's in this deal on those issues. So for example, I if the UK is we think has agreed the e citizens already here will enjoy all of the same rights that they do. Now, that's in the deal, if it's passed by parliament is legally enforceable. Similarly, if the UK as we think has agreed that in order to get round the issue of the Irish border von hall of the United Kingdom ward as a back stop..

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"von hall" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"von hall" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"He made that I wanna have a sexist free Thome poem, but Joe thought it was funny and made it froggy and my husband we can. Then I feel Joe's the type of guy that will walk in now and say, dude, what are you crying about still here? Like I feel like he is going to walk the door and there's no way that he's still not going to be coming up with Halsey who he was supposed to be in New York with this week, hanging out with, I just feel like he's, he's still gonna come. I can't wrap my head around. I still think he is going to come through that door. His kids of such beautiful gorge. Gort beautiful kids, boy, little girl. Mattie, in Harrison. Corn. Look, you know, the walkaway for me about this is we're living in a world where. People are so fast to knock each other down, not thinking about the consequences in Joe had he had come in from all angles from work and from family. And you know, he just obviously hit a spot has world where he just didn't know what to do. And. I hate to say this, but everyone's call saying, you know what? You know, if only just reached out and called someone, you know what he did, and he knew he was loved. I know he did. And. Would do anything if he could walk through the door right now, like you said, Daniel. So you may not have known Joe Randy, but he did. He brought us incredible music in the likes of choice von hall e and I mean, the list goes on and on just go to go to capitol records, and you can see many of the listeners reached out over the weekend and said, oh my gosh, he was just on your shell choice of on. And he was like, what? A week ago? Two weeks ago he was here. Great. Yeah. Well, anyway, so. Make sure your reach out as much as you can tell your friends, you love him. And to be honest, there's really, there's so much you can do, you know, you can go overboard, but you know, I don't know a life wasted because I'm gonna tell you even though he left his early, he gave us incredible, incredible love while he was with us. He loved a coal play. You wanna hear some coal plants..

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"von hall" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

09:06 min | 3 years ago

"von hall" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Nonstop news blitz on seven ninety KABC. A former building inspector was arrested on Tuesday yesterday after a month long investigation into a camera found hidden in bathrooms in Rancho Palos Verdes. One of them in the affluent suburbs. City hall, Andrew James Jensen. A forty nine year old Huntington beach resident is accused of. Installing the device will employed by the city to secretly record his co workers going to the bathroom who wants that. I mean, honestly, we have these bathrooms here that if I wanted to I suppose, I could install a small device that record it, but who wants to see that nonsense. I don't wanna see you taking a leak I care about Louis tuna number two. Oh wrong with people in their heads at this is what they you know, what I mean? Like what a sicko he should be behind bars. I hate weird people. It's just wrong on every possible level. Wasn't there? A guy that was doing this in Starbucks in the San Fernando Valley Rita valley. I don't understand the the concept of having sex with a essentially a passed out body, which we do stories on all the time. Bill Cosby, and I don't understand the thrill of recording someone going to the bathroom so gross to me. Like, even when I was married. I didn't even want to know from that go into a whole other separate. I'm a big believer in separate bathrooms makes marriage stronger. Oh, yeah. You know what? I mean like who wants to that's a pervert? That's a demented person. I put them up there with with almost with child molesters, not quite but sort of what went wrong in their childhood to have them do this as an adult. I'll get you want to get Dr drew on the phone of sexual assault child abuse humiliation. There's so many variables. But at the end of the day, it's pretty it's pretty jacked up, and I want to know from the co workers is he a weird guy like you picture people who do these sorts of things as the office weirdo. The guy with the greasy bangs and the pocket protector and just like often the corn. Staring at people socially retarded, you know, that guy. But maybe he's not maybe he's the good looking guy at work social. I don't know. I'm just saying Ted Bundy was good looking comes back to Ted again. I'm why am I talking about him so much today? But he was a good looking guy. And and rule wrote that book the stranger next door to me. She started a whole series on serial killers because of her relationship with Ted Bundy she worked next to him with the suicide prevention hotline dead and she come. She spent Christmases with him. She got to know his girlfriend's. I mean, she was close to him. And she did not think he could have done it until one of the women who survived said that he was in a Volkswagen with the seat out. And she was like, ding, ding. Dang, Ted Bundy has that car. That's him. Yeah. All right going back to this story for one more second. How do you rectify this with the victims? What do you mean? Apologies by the way, for my choice of words. Yeah. But he didn't say rectum fi rectify if you were recorded going to the bathroom in this guy has a whole catalogue of people going to the bathroom on his computer. You've been violated. You're a victim. I guess he had a miniature spy camera. It was a little bit bigger than a quarter that he wrapped in velcro. And he secured it to the underside of the tampon dispenser. So it was all women. Obviously he was out. You wasn't videoing the men, and they it was at a Starbucks, by the way. Oh, they're always at a Starbucks. Investigators believe it could have been at Starbucks for months and inside city hall for weeks. Oh my goodness. The glitzy BelAir estate were Hollywood icon. Josh bore live for four decades last week. I have. Yeah. What about for prince von Ahn, halted good friend? Yeah. I prince von hall. Such a sexist. Know, he's one of those. You know what? I mean. He's married. Zsa Zsa he was screwing what's her face? The fat one who died. Nicole, nicole? Yeah. I mean, he's just that guy. It went for just under twenty one million dollars nine thousand square foot thought nine thousand square foot mansion twenty million. What's it would tell me what what's it like inside? Okay. So there it needed an update, but it was an impressive property all the way up in the hills. And. About what happened at the birthday party? Right. Yes. Where they knock three times on the Zealand if you want it was her birthday. Happy birthday, bang, bang, man. Well, she was just a stump then because they've had to amputate slash remedies or thing. And so she was in a hospital bed upstairs, and the party was going on downstairs with the prince being a a very gracious host to all of their friends who had showed up for this wonderful party that he put in her honor. He does she she was not able to attend. No while she was there. She just wasn't. She was upstairs. She didn't go down to the party. Well, Larry King and his wife. Sean went up there to see her. Oh, that's nice. Yeah. But for the rest of us, what he did was they had this big piano in the living room. And when it came time to cut the cake and sing happy birthday. He took a golf club and hit the ceiling. So she would know the singing, and then we all sang happy birthday. That's just a I hope I know today is my birthday. I pray when I get home. My kids are in another room. I don't wanna I don't wanna know from them that they just bang on the door. And that's their way of saying, you know, happy birthday. Mommy. What? A gesture. I'm telling you that he could go in the party planning business. Yeah. Oh, he can spend other people's money like nobody out here. So now does he get all that money? I don't know. I guess the estate would. But her daughter's dead francesa Cargill daughter died. She used to go to jersey a barrel. The time I met her a lot of time. She was wild and a little crazy, but fun and she didn't get along with the plan. He hated him. She would tell me stories about him. She's like, oh, yeah. She's started. And then TMZ picked it up. Yeah. They interview them all the time. Yeah. Because he's like a home run. You can't shut this man up shot up. What do you know girl? That's what he said to me lady when you fly. This pilots accent affect your confidence in his or her ability. No. But I'll tell you what you story I got on a plane once and it was a female pilot and it scared the crap out of me, I was twenty two years. I swear to God. I was I'm a sexist. What do you want from me as he's like? Hi, I'm Gabriel Ortiz. I will be a pilot today. And I was like what what you where's the man? You're the copilot, right? No. I'm the pilot. No, I was I was like really freaked out because I was I was new to me, and yeah, I was I was a little sexist. I'm not gonna lie. Gender that freaks me out of the of the pilot. I'll tell you what my biases thanks over it, though. And by the way, who is the woman who saved the whole plane at all. It was a woman who was flying. So and we have female, fighter pilots, and you know. But my first time on a plane. I think I may have been younger. I think I was fourteen I like because I went to Arizona when I was fourteen and it was a female pilot. And that was the first time I ever heard a woman say welcome to blah, blah, blah. I'll be your pilot this afternoon, and it freaked me out you fly on some of these regional airlines and the pilots look like they're twenty one years old that out a little bit. Freaks me out. Would I get on a plane? I to look in that cockpit. I want to see a guy who carpet villages filled with women and children in Vietnam. Jesus. I want to see that guy. That's dark in the cocktail. But doesn't accident effect? An accent does not affect me at all. I care about British. I'm completely soothed. But at least five confidence, inspiring accents. Did you hear this Texan number one, aloe? I'm. Is robinson. I'm your pilot. They like to call me crash Robinson and. That's just a nickname. I was given when I was kid. So that gives them confidence. If you have a New York accent fifty nine percent of the people and then general American fifty four percent, central khanate. What the hell central Canadian I'm Canadian? I don't even know. What's senseless gach? I guess if you're from Manitoba's scotch and Juan Alberto, I to be honest guy from Saskatoon in there. Oh, yes. Asking head. All I'll be anybody got loonies in two days were giving out a tuna sandwiches. But you gotta give us a looney. And a two-day will only take those don't take dollar bills. That would scare the hell out of me. All right. It's four thirty those were the least call. Yeah. The most confident are mid western California. Great lakes. British and New England don't have an accent accent neutral in California. Yes. We are. It's four thirty. What do you say? We take a look at all the latest headlines do. But.

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"von hall" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

B&H Photography Podcast

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"von hall" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

"And then west got also makes a whole series of what we call rapid boxes and the rapid boxes we make for both speedway's and for studio strobes and they're very quick to setup very easy to setup we can put the fletcher place in all of them to give you a beauty dish type of look so we make them for studio strobes one by one by three forty eight inch octa thirty six inch octa or coming out with different sizes very soon for speed lights we have a twenty six inch octa a ten by twenty four strip thirty two inch duo that is designed to speed lights these things are just great tools that never had when i was younger that make light modification easy can pick up the quality of what you're trying to accomplish get you a spot you need to get to quicker and easier they could have really appreciate it all right we are with von hall of adobe welcome thank you for having me i i was over at your booth earlier in your joe welcome to the people through photoshop and late room and what else are you doing here and what's adobe okay so basically i get a lot of questions regarding on the creative cloud and people going into the cloud they're still people out there that are free of the cloud and i think it's mainly because they're not sure what the cloud does so they're thinking oh if i sign up for a creative cloud that means everything is in the cloud and if i want to use the computer use light room and not be connected to the internet and like no that's not what that means and they're like oh so i can actually use it without being connected to the internet and like yes and they also think all their images are in the cloud and they can't use them on i mean it's just where the cloud takes ten ninety nine out of the credit card.

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"von hall" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"von hall" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"To be with you belinda good to be with you mark yeah we're other fund this morning ben brian is whether she he is directing and producing this hour and the actually all three hours put together a great show for all of us to enjoy and this hour coming up at eight twenty one mark caspercom the business journal is going to be joining us did you know did you were you probably with your new spurts you know everything but he sat down and he spoke with tom gallagher who is the new president ceo of clements sausage who's been in the processing business for years okay but among other things in his previous professional background he worked for johnson ville johns from the course just took over the running socities right right he and his colleagues had interesting a conversation with mr dannecker and then you know a lot of folks accounting concerned about applying for jobs gee i wonder if my potential employer going to be picking up my social media count and whatever not to other well they do they really as part of the vetting right so they thirty were going to abc has put together an interesting little feature on what you should be aware of and high might wanna fix up fix up your social media count which had been up to forsake of during in the middle of your job on and then i love ships i absolutely love ships i love driving down lincoln memorial drive seat soon will shifts coming in the port milwaukee especially in the warmer weather we're gonna be speaking with the port director uh coming up at eight fifty one paul worn hold about expectations for cargo coming in and out this the summer season and i gotta ask him about the tariff thing i mean there's got to have an impact on milwaukee to some degree of wind shift thank the steel aluminum tariffs oh we're gonna be really looking forward to speaking with mr von hall coming up at eight fifty one this morning but first one of the more popular productions weekly productions out of your news room is belinda is so we can review so here we go buckle up we're going to sights and sounds of.

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"von hall" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"von hall" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"To be with you belinda good to be with you mark there were other fund this morning ben brian is whether she he is directing and producing this hour and the actually all three hours put together a great show for all of us to enjoy and this hour coming up at eight twenty one mark caspercom the business journal is going to be joining us did you know did you what you probably could see a new spruce you know everything but he sat down and spoke with tom gallagher who is the new president ceo of clements sausage who's been in the processing business for years okay but among other things in his previous professional background he worked for johnson ville john's from the course just took over the running sauce hutus though right right uh he and his colleagues delicious in our conversation with mr dannecker and then you know a lot of folks accounting concerned about applying for jobs gee i wonder if my potential porous gonna be peaking at my social media count and what i've enough to other well they do they really is part of the vetting right so they 834 were going to uh abc has put together an interesting little feature on what you should be aware of in high might wanna fix up fix up your social media coun which have enough to forsake of during in the middle of your job on and then i love ships i absolutely love shifts a love driving down lincoln memorial drive seat soon will shifts coming in the port milwaukee especially in the warmer weather when he was speaking with the port director uh coming up at eight fifty one paul worn hold about expectations for cargo coming in and out this the summer season and i gotta ask him about the terrifying i i mean there's got to have an impact on milwaukee to some degree wind shefeg the steel aluminum tariffs oh we're going to be really looking forward to speaking with mr von hall coming up at eight fifty one this morning but first one of the more popular productions weekly productions out of your news room is belinda is so we can review so here we go buckle up we're going to sights and sounds of our we.

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"von hall" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

GSMC Sports Podcast

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"von hall" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

"Crazy just to think about what twenty two twenty three years and have nfl career and he's probably gonna end up in the hall of fame two saw mean as is crazy to think about just the fact that adam monetary has been around ben with the colts longer than he has with the patriots is something that you never with thought about but the more you know all right so you asses wanting that combine mind amine get chimpanzee that happened went on today you had manchester united tie and severe zero zero and then you had shocked are beating roma two one aren't little bit surprised that shocked are wedding but nonetheless i mean manchester united really need to figure out what their problems areeta because it looks like jose marine yo and papakura abdel some cabinet few differences and that's not good okay i'm not good at all they paid over 100 mill four parker and they're going to need a figure it out especially jose marino kicks i very jose marinos marinas always been a stubborn coach you played at his style you listen to what he does but having that who's him renew might be the problem here care i feel like you've got to cater to your players and you get understand like the steve cursing right realized that it's not your team it's the players team and you'll be fine but only cozy marinos ever going to realize that and i think he's just too stubborn to salt manchester united i mean you should be beating teams like severe they should be winning all right it's manchester united manchester united really hasn't been the same since alex ferguson left are they went to david moya's louis van hall and then i think ryan griggs were ryan giggs was the interim coach for a tiny bit let's see anything went after von hall wedges brain yard with marino i mean leaping competitive but they still haven't won the league are having won the league since ferguson left so maybe assists ferguson was that good of a coach in manchester united just isn't going to return to what they once were or.

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"von hall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"von hall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sunday california democratic congressman chris uh eric us assault well who sits on the house intelligence committee urged his republican colleagues to release his party's memo win support releasing the democratic memo that puts into context point by point the seriousness of this investigation as well as new unseen evidence that bolsters the fbi's credibility fbi director christopher ray and the second ranking justice department official rod rosenstein say in a statement that the fourpage document is inaccurate and lacks critical context wbz news time coming up on to await the check bloomberg business news move over mr rebuttal human still build the best car so says honda which says humans are still an integral part of the assembly process that their plant in marysville ohio and that's unlikely to change any time soon jurgen von hall and president of universal robots agrees and says robots are complementary to people i think a collaborator bus her really focused on having that man machine interface and actually looking at taking the value of in the strengths of a human and the strength of a robot and putting it together to basically go one plus one it goes three honda is not alone toyota users just a handful of robots on the camera final assembly line at its plant in georgetown kentucky and has no plans to add more the carmakers approach to running their final assembly lines cast doubt on studies suggesting robots are on the verge of wiping out massive numbers of manufacturing jobs robot maker von holland we want to make robotics at tool for the operator on the production line it's there to actually help productivity i'm greg jarrett bloomberg business on wbz newsradio 1030 remember when you're away from your radio you can listen to wbz on.

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"von hall" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"von hall" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Ever wonder why weddings are so expensive why brexit was we all about china did you know that an economics professor uses broadway musicals to illustrate his lectures the bloomberg benchmark podcast is about all that much more join hosts dan moss kate smith and scotland for a weekly jargonfree dive into the top stories that drives the global economy find it on the bloomberg terminal bloombergcom itunes soundcloud and whatever app you prefer to browse your favorite podcasts the bloomberg market minute move over mr roberto humans still build the best car so says honda which says humans are still an integral part of the assembly process should their plant and marysville ohio and that's unlikely to change anytime soon urine von hall and president of universal robots agrees and says robots are complementary to people that i think kerr collaborator of us are really focused on having that man machine interface and actually looking at taking the value of in the strengths of a human and the strength of a robot and putting it together to basically go one plus one equals three honda engine alone toyota users just a handful of robots on the camry final assembly line at its plant in georgetown kentucky and has no plans to add more the carmaker's approach to running their final assembly lines cast doubt on studies suggesting robots are on the verge of wiping out massive numbers of manufacturing jobs robot maker van holland we wanna make robotics a tool for the operator on the production line it's there to actually help productivity greg jarrett bloomberg radio.

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"von hall" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"von hall" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg the first and only global news network built for twitter twenty four seven news streaming live on twitter ticktock t i c t o c watch now minute move over mr were baccio humans still build the best car show says honda which says humans are still an integral part of the assembly process at their plant in marysville ohio and that's unlikely to change anytime soon jurgen von hall and president of universal robots agrees and says robots are complementary to people i think collaborator of us are really focused on having that man machine interface and actually looking at taking the value of in the strengths of a human and the strengths of a robot and putting it together to basically go one plus one equals three honda isn't alone toyota users just a handful of robots on the camera final assembly line at its plant in georgetown kentucky and has no plans to add more the carmaker's approach to running their final assembly lines casts doubt on studies suggestion robots are on the verge of wiping out massive numbers of manufacturing jobs robot maker bonn holland we wanna make robotics a tool for the operator on the production line it's there they are to actually help productivity greg jarrett bloomberg radio a commercial message from the why abe's dying what's the deal with north korea what exactly is bitcoin any get clear concise form at answers to these and other complex questions with bloomberg quick dake hard to acquaint up its explained simply visit bloombergcomcareers take everything you eat drink wear and even smoke says something about you and about the world in which you live that's the premise of material world the bloomberg podcast that delves into the universe of consumable stuff every other week bloomberg reporters jenny kaplan and lindsey rupp get the scoop from.

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"von hall" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"von hall" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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