17 Burst results for "Waso"
"waso" Discussed on The Grid
"We have to convince ourselves since. Now more than ever. From from Dang actors and it's Nice. To do the right thing in the moment absolutely and I know. People are very appreciative. All your good work in the community and I. Do want to ask because you. You talk about the mechanics of making it possible for you to play Is there anything that you think the one thing you think that would? Just in general make poker more accessible to people with disabilities, hundred percent nature, eight nine x literally. That is one thing that every ternent on task in in the country should do. That wouldn't be significantly. -fensive. And you had. And an extra table for every eight or nine tables. Della make blades so much easier. There's so many people with nobility pants because they could just give everyone at the table not to split on with with. Intent that even able-bodied people just. Round to the table to get a mound if they need a little extra room. Inside the deal because there is a surreal. Available if you try and sit in capital on a table and they used you know plan, add in another person is assistant, and in that's like pulling to tens of Sardines in one ten. It doesn't set something really easy simple, hopefully, not extensive that everybody should absolutely. That's a great recommendation now. who was happier when you cash in the WASO? So in the moment, Dad's super done. For me, personally not done dusted, but just you know his his dad, he's. He's apparent. After like two hits literally two minutes, and after that humans like. Filed nine Ni and tough Duncan added. Thing site the night. The forgo was I had my big. Adrenalin. Because the night the. Was! The money that was when we tasked lake to lay in the civic line and actually got into the money the next day you know when we came that for for the former dusted Dallas when he after that momentary..
"waso" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast
"We took one in Manchester in February safely without pause uplands next one because what's going on, and and we got them together to really workshop these these questions. How away as an industry attract recruits? Develop nurture retain and promote diverse talent. I'm not. She's not advances out there in the street. Already people doing it and our role is to. Capture and harness. That sinking, bring it together. A plan is when we've completed this series of workshops around the country. That will then publish. What we hope will be a fairly kind of definitive, unused, friendly and helpful guide. This is how you do it. This is what people have told us. So! That's how we the that's. That's the kind of top-end. If you like the existing decision makers. That's how we engage with them. We also need to support the underrepresented groups in our case women and help them develop the skills. They need office a question of confidence. Richard Units Amazing how many women a Lotta men to have imposter syndrome, and a lack of confidence and anybody who's talked to me for any length of time will know that at some point in the conversational banged the table and say always always always apply for the job. He don't think you're going to get the job that you think. Beyond your grasp that you haven't. A hope in hell of getting because you never know. And that's so important if we can get people to have thought self-belief, an authentic genuine self belief grounded in a treatments standing of themselves in their strengths. And we run a leadership program which works on that and and many of the things so. Long separate short. How do we? How are we going to change things? Number one working with the industry, and and helping them number two helping develop the talent pool and connecting the two together. Is there a sort of qualification that your offering, or is it a series, is it? Is it less for more than? So, it's less formal. It's not credit. Tate's with a a a university. That's something we're looking at. We've just expanded the offer. We partner with Barclays. Who'd been fantastic to us and. That saupiquet to support, this is well of you know that title sponsor of the Waso for founding partner of the Premier League, and so we fit in really nicely with that kind of football portfolio..
"waso" Discussed on Radio Survivor Podcast
"You know some of its genesis. One one of the things that I have come away. From this project with as a as an interest in seeing stations, collect oral histories from those folks who are still around who were there when the station was in its early years whether it's still on the air or not and You DC at I think is is looking. To do something like that to kind of make the memory of the station come alive. And I think that because it's in the nation's capital because it's it has this unique role as the only public hbu in in the district that there is this this. Acknowledgement of of their their role and their historical. And I think when that is present. preservation happens. And I think that's Much. What was happening Waso Antioch College has always seen itself as as a place that is. As unique and and important to the the Higher Education Universe and and I an, it's not. It's no wonder to me that people there felt that these materials were important and needed to be kept. and I think that one of the things I do run into at HCC us is even though the institution is a keeper of Culture. and has that that that takes that mantle. So often in in the community and at the at the institution itself. That you know just knowing that that what you is important and worthy of of of preservation and worthy of of passing on two generations you know in the future is. it's it's a mindset and and I don't know that oftentimes when particularly in the African American community when and particularly in the south that You know. Getting that mindset that Y-. That are materials need to be? Preserved and protected and celebrated Sometimes, it's an uphill struggle for that and Justin Robertson. You're the project director of the historically Black College University Radio Station Archival Survey Project and you know, and we've the conversations come to this point in which we're talking a little bit about you know why and how stations particularly college stations have an archive may not have an archive to even go to even look at and you know you mentioned earlier on that that you. Worked in administration, right? You've you've been at radio stations, but you've also worked administration and I think that that's a side..
"waso" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show
"Or the east try you can go eat your food in the parking lot of any parking lot in east troy. But you can't eat your food in the parking lot of the restaurant that sold you the vote the insanity of this and as I say the longer it goes on the more people are just going to say fed up and then I follow the rules of the pressure and many of their communities is going to become overwhelming to stop enforcing the rules and some of these local mayors village boards and police chiefs are going to stop listening to the Crabby Lady. Down the stack not playing basketball. And they're going to stand up for people just fed up when you hear this Gel. We're never going to return to the good old days. I hope all of you buyer owners state understand that they intend to allow you to go back to full capacity. There's always going to be some communicable illness. That's out there. You restaurant operators you. Sports team owners. Do you think they're ever going to allow you to put eighty thousand people back in Camp Randall? As I say you've got a situation here where you can't find a kid that's gotten sick from covid nineteen yet. They still have the schools closed. They're talking about closing them next year. And then they turn around and say well we got to follow the science. The Science Clare there. The risks to children is virtually non-existent the people of elegance forever they education. Our children are so important have decided that the education of our children can be abandoned. We're not even going to do it for virus. That kids can't get eleven thirty. Waso's mark belling laid out. I'm going give you pay your bills. Tash contest texted word here in Wisconsin. My great disappointment with the Republicans in the state legislature came when they had the one moment of leverage that was out there in order to get the flow of checks out.
"waso" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"I'm still waiting. Vanfleet go record right here on the wall. There frigging gold. And we were on that early. I mean wehrley I've found. Nobody's ever heard of this group before we were playing I told Johnny about well, how I found out about was my oldest son. He's great. He needs to be an ANR or something or you know, he picked out he picks out music. And he says this is this is going to be hit. We were sitting there. Oh, I can't remember the name of that song. But it was it was kind of a quirky song. And he and I were listening because he was he listens to this stuff on satellite that they place, you know, before a hit stuff songs before they we hits the, you know, they don't all become hits, obviously. Well, they played it. And he'll listen they'll go that's gonna be big that that's no going going. And he's always right? And I can't remember the name of the song. It'll come to me. Now, I can't say whether it's with the lights on and everything. But it was it was a song. Oh. The name of the group guilt. Oh, what everyone getting got? What it what it was got hit a couple of years ago? Anyway, we I remember we first heard that they were riding in the car together. And I said that's a piece of garbage. He said a hit. And he was right. I mean that thing just took the country by store. So this thing came out he had a friend who told him about this group, Greta van fleet. And so he said you need to listen to this because they satellite Led Zeppelin, and he's a big zeppelin fan too. So I listened to it oh fell in love brought into Johnny B. We put in the bumper rotation. And the next thing, you know, a year later, sure, they're huge, plus like blackberry smoke the same way. I got turned onto him by a friend in Atlanta. My son told you about them now. Actually, this was a friend of mine, that's you know, fairly he's older than I am. But he told me about them. And he said man, they are southern rock through and through. He said if you like Leonard Skinner said, they are very close to that. And so we went to see them, and I was blown away. And so started putting their stuff in the and Mack who used to work at it used to be guy that worked here that was really into music, and I told them about them, and I could tell he wasn't paying attention, of course. And so probably about a year later, he goes, man. This band said they're coming to. Him. I said who is it? He said blackberry smoke. I said, yeah, I told them I told you about them about a year ago. Yeah. Exactly. And you weren't listening. You know, it's funny because you you tell people stuff, and it's a matter of whether they trust your taste, right? You know what I'm saying? So I tell my brother, Mark, I said this guy you need to list on a radio is kind of a funny name, but you need to remember this in fine him and see if he's anywhere near you. Are this is for the internet and all that stuff? He's what's his name is just remember rush? His last name is Limbaugh. Rush Limbaugh anyone. Yeah. Right. And so it was a year later. He calls me said man, have you heard of this guy named Rush Limbaugh? And that's the do that. I sent you. I've found his affiliates were in your area. I sent them to you in the mail for away. And then I go back there were two other shows, and I'll shut up about it. Then we'll get onto the new stuff. I told her K Mark. I said you need to watch his show. It's hilarious. It's a summer replacement. And I hope it makes it into fall. It's called Seinfeld. And he didn't listen to me and about two years later. He said man, if you seen the show Seinfeld hilarious. Yes. The other one was when I first moved out here. I think it was I've found this show, and I wrote back home call them you need to wash his show called moonlighting. Then take advice, you know, six eight months later man is hilarious showed him. When will Uni learn. I'm on the cutting edge, man. Well, if you think that's bad my father-in-law who has is having a bromance with the president. Totally changed everything about his personality to to this guy is like doing the little finger thing. It's not so much that he's things that he used to be just we'll take the the hair Hermitage. Yeah. He used to tell us because we live close to it at one time. Yell ought to go out there and just pee on that place. Because of the, you know, American then Trump gets in and goes and visits the Hermitage. Why don't we get? Hey, have you guys been to the Hermitage? What happened? So this is what happened recently we saw them about a week ago. And he said, boy, you've got to keep in mind. I spoke to him about Rush Limbaugh before. And this is why I got I don't listen to him a full of grant just kept on. Well now. Big on. Love that rush. Oh. I love that people. Learn listen to us don't think they really do. Do you tell people that penalty, you tell people stuff, you know, of of someone that I may have. I don't know the answer is no. Bishop gun. Remember that name Bishop gun? Oh, shoot. Now. My friends are going to hate me because I can't remember who was at opponent of Bishop gun. Yes. Bishop gun shoot away. Bishop gun an artist. Yes. Okay. Kind of thing fantastic group. So it's not like Bishop Johnny turned me onto blackberry smoke too. And I've just loved them. I need to goal record. You do when they get more smoke. Yeah. And then the big boys of the company got big on smoke too. Didn't they well? I think one of them actually because they're from Atlanta. Of course, the home opposite. Landa they became friends. I see okay. They should have pushing them. They were really pushing them playing them. Yeah. There you go. Now, I'm getting mixed. This is what happens we have one of these situations like in Charlotte. And we're getting mixed signals mixed news reports I got an eight Pete report says, well, he's what they say. No. I heard what you said it said it was not immediately clear. This was not immediately clear whether anyone had been shot at UNC, Charlotte. But I think I heard there's also they said three people have been shot over there in North Carolina says at least three people shot. Okay. So we don't know what do we we don't know what the three people have been shot. Reliable. Sources exactly. So I don't know what to tell you. But it's another tragic shooting the predictable. We got ban all guns. That's going to be coming out to now. I'm here in says a suspect has been captured after the shooting. This is from wwl TV in Charlotte. Gordon, w SETV three people have been injured. So we don't know have been shot with three people were injured. The suspects been arrested. Thirties have not officially confirmed any injuries or the status of the suspects. Ambulances. Analysts were seen on the scene early this evening as it is evening, obviously, North Carolina. So they said that university of North Carolina Charlotte placed under a lockdown following the report of a gunman firing a gun on campus. But we don't know that that that's even the case either there people that have been injured we don't know their shot. We know him. No shots were fired. We do know the police and the guys in custody, but we have no other details on that. So all we can tell you the state soon. These things starting the smoke starts to clear, and we get some clarity on it as he stories go along, but it's really bizarre. Somebody needs to do a study in that about this is at three hundred one says the same thing, this is I think they're all getting it from WNYC. And when I was in Charlotte WASO's see was the big the big they would have big one in a big news out of. So i'm. I'm sure there are others. But so we'll let you know. But as he is really is interesting and somebody needs to do a psychological, the psychological study just it's almost like playing. What was that thing? We played rumor. Well, whatever you you would tell the person that you whispered to the next circle jumping then. Yes. Okay. So you got a basic. It's like a one sentence thing, you know. Like, Johnny b just ran a red light until and then by the time it gets around Johnny be killed somebody gets around the room. And it's I don't know what it is in in human nature to not get the facts straight rolling cart machines down the hall. Well, the that's that lasted a long time. It's almost like all the president made white nationalist comments after the Charlottesville the. Yeah. I mean that's still going which he condemned the white supremacists in everybody and the thing instead of they were bad actors on all sides. And there were obviously these people don't even when they talk about this. They don't even knowledge that was there. And Tif was a militant communist violent group of thugs. They're the ones that run around with the black bandanas over their faces beaten people with pipes and the news media folks, just choose to completely ignore that. They were there in Charlottesville. And I know they were in Charlottesville because we had one of the crazy people that was here in the N T, Tennessee move. It was there, and he's the one that called raising Cain and me and telling me that they were like the the boys on Omaha beach on d day. They're fighting the fascist. All right. Yeah. Plays. But when we see one of these things going on in Charlotte, and it was the same way. I mean, we still haven't gotten all the details out of the synagogue thing. Yeah. We had the the ram by who said that the gun malfunction jammed or whatever. Well, the guy that stopped. The shooter said no the gun didn't jam I yelled at him and he threw the gun down. Well, we now know that the rabbi was saying that because that's what he was just he was filling in the blanks in his own mind because he had been shot in the hands turned around to save his grandkid and the other little kids. And then the next thing he knows the guys throwing the gun down and running out the door. So he just assumed the gun jammed, and as far as we know the gun didn't yet. But these these are minor details, but when you have a situation like this. I remember what was it in San Bernardino. I mean, they were all over the lot on how many people have been shot at maybe been killed who they people who the culprit. It's were and no, they're not they're not tied to any sort of terrorist group, and blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, and they're not radical Islamist..
"waso" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Green of Dayton, Ohio as a parent. It's really hard for me his sometimes to live with it. I can't help but feel some responsibility. Like, what did I miss along the way? Why did he start using drugs to begin with what I not see what did I not do? Her youngest son is nineteen years old. He's been dealing with addiction for the last few years during that time leanna Perez green has become friends with another mom from Dayton, a mom who understands what she's going through. Her name is Becky Walsh. Walsh's son. Also started using drugs in his teens a few years ago in his early forties. He finally saw treatment and he hasn't used since two thousand seventeen last year. Perez. Green sat down with Walsh to ask. Her how she's gotten through it member station WASO recorded their conversation. What advice would you have for me as my son is still a teen? Could you share with me to help me to get through some of the rough days? I did a lot of the triangle control everything and threatening. And. You trick. I could pull out of my hat. I would try it. And it really never did any good. And when my youngest turned eighteen I was just done. I was a single mom, and and I had the opportunity to do some traveling nursing and I hit the road, and I was gone for twenty years. So that was my way of coping with it. I guess at that point was, you know, well, I can't do anything about this. So. I laughed. How do you feel about feel guilty yet? I wish I could have changed it. But I couldn't and even looking back. I know I couldn't have. But I I learned so much the twenty years I was calling. And then when I made the decision to come home, I knew it would be facing. When I came back. I was honest with them. And so I know that you're using if you ever decide to change that I'll be here, and I need it. That was really all I could do and then wasn't long after that. When my son came to me. I can't do this anymore. Mom. I don't wanna live like this because he was seeing his friends dying. We're overdosing and almost dying. And it scared him. I remember you and I talking before and you told me that you went through detox with their son had to been a really tough situation. Do you feel like you're nursing helped you without or did you just kind of wing it? He didn't want me to see him in that much pain. But we stayed in the same room in the living room. He was on the couch. I was in my recliner. We were up all night long the first night, and I have been a nurse for forty years. Most of that time has been at the bedside, and I'm telling now, I would never have let one of my patients suffer like that. So that was tough. So I'm really curious how it feels to have your son in long term recovery because I've not experienced that yet if feels like a miracle, I feel like I've got my son back, then he did it. He did all of it P gave up where he lived. He gave up his job. He gave up his friends. He gave up any money that he had he turned that over to me. But that's what it took. And he was okay with it. Which surprised me? But it also told me how much he really really wanted. This. I'll always be grateful to him for that. That gives me a lot of hope it gives me hope for my son. He's a very intelligent person. He's funny guy, and he has a huge heart in. I have a lot of hope for him. I know that he can have a good future. If he could learn how to live with his addiction, and and get it under control. I think he's the sky's the limit for him. And I I have not lost. Hope that was leeann a- Peres green speaking with her friend Becky Walsh last year. Perez. Green son is currently in an addiction recovery.
"waso" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"Seven seven fight ninety three that's the number to call in. And chime in just the same way I'm trying in the same chimed in. But what it called in the enemy tonight? Eight seven seven fight ninety three. You can talk about whatever's on your mind, but would. I would say that dillashaw versus a hudo is definitely going to be one of the biggest topics here in the next forty eight hours. We're gonna have a away in that's going to captivate everybody. About twelve hours or so little bit more than that. They're going to be doing things, you know, really early in the morning out New York way in these fighters in and of course, we'll be paying attention to be fair to both of them. So who does have won miss in the and I think a couple of outside T J dillashaw says he's never missed weight since the age of eight, but either way this that's the first time he's fighting at twenty five in fact is probably the first time since he was eight years old that he was weighing hundred twenty-five. Well, maybe maybe in his teens. I don't know, but we'll be paying attention to that one. There is somebody on standby Joseph Benedetti's to fill in for should there be any mishaps, but we don't want there to be any mishaps. We wanna watch those two champions fight for. Henry pseudo slightly title. And we also want Benhamouda's to fight Dustin Ortiz rematch of a fight they had about four years ago that at least that's what I want. Right. That's what we all want. Yeah. Yeah. We all want that. What did you think of the press conference? I feel like there's so much that came out of that. You're right. Let me just say this. We will be talking to Erik Alabama seen the head coach four and recent hudo in about fifteen minutes or so and then in the second hour we talking to has rat. Yeah. Nasdaq harass a German fighter who's really really fun to watch. If you've never seen. I really like watching him fi to one in the U of C turn into a we're all as well as David branch. Former WS WASO f when they were W S O F. He was a simultaneous champ champ. So he was there middleweight and light heavyweight champion. I think he actually had some title offense. I tip my hat to the little runny head when he won eleven straight prior to rejoining the UC. They'll join us in the second hour. All right. Your question goes, the press conference was very interesting. That's one of the better ones. They've had a while. Yes. And it's right down. My alley. It's my style. And or do you wanna start because I think there's a lot to cover here. Start at the top. Yes. Rain event work our way down. Sure, I mean, there were fireworks all the way around, but I thought some of the mental warfare warfare in this press conference was pretty interesting hearing like Henry Sugimoto. Addin heard him take this approach yet. But even kind of saying that he's going to shoulder the one twenty five class, and how can TJ dillashaw even want a fight like this, and it's going to put friends of his out of business like Joseph benefit is the name that you just mentioned. I thought it was kind of interesting to kind of switch things around like that. Which think of that? Well. The following thought. I thought a lot of things first of all I really appreciate his effort. I mean, I think that's just a great narrative. You know, what I mean like not only in my defending my title. We've we've actually gotten away from the fact that this is his first title defense from taking the belt from the immortal seem like Dimitrius Johnson. But this is first title defense. But yet we're all talking about like, he's the one that's gonna either. Help the flyweight survive or not. So I like I like that. I think he's putting pressure on himself. But not personally that he can't overcome. I think Henderson who does vary. Mentally tough. I think he's been through, you know, big stages like this one before with the Olympics and fighting Dimitrius Johnson. So I really like his position there TJ kinda got boxed into a corner or he's gonna come out..
"waso" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Today. Like, you always Paul hates our podcast company. I just I just what are these days? He's gonna like find out where we don't even know where it is. We keep you away from there either. You don't want to know, I I don't want you to know their market. You lose your Purdue. He went in and created a scene in Honolulu at the podcast company or wherever they are. Paul lesson. Happy with our podcast company. Whenever there's a problem with the podcast, people blamed Paul, and I don't know what's rather than he starts yelling at me that it's not his fault. It's not his fault. It's not his fault. It's not his fault. Anyway. Look through and continue to artists gushing here on a number of topics were obviously determined you really really high quality show with interesting topics, and I think the content so far has made interesting, and I hope compelling in the last hour when I talked about the double standard that exists. With regard to Democrats scandals Republicans scandals this now with the democratic candidate for Lieutenant governor caught hosting only nine years ago in the recent past a Boettger sex party at Victoria's Secret lingerie party in which he essentially says using slang that unattractive at attractive African American women are not allowed a one quick PS on that before I move on here. The invitation to that party, which is a. Not on Facebook and is photo captured. I think they call that cash aid or cached. I don't know what the term is. Anyway, that's linked up on Belling dot com. I would encourage you to do this those of you who know how to do this kind of stuff on social media. And so on we can't count on the regular media to get this sort of stuff out there. So the link to the pages on my website, Belling dot com for those of you who know how to do that grabbed that link and send it posted on your social media has said it to others and get it out there and say, this is what Mandela Barnes hosted only nine years ago, we need to get this out there because we can't count social media has so many negatives that I've talked about so much that it can get you into so much trouble. And it's also been a very powerful tool for the left in a number of areas because they go out there. And they look what they did. Josh hater for heaven's sakes. Politician. It does have some positives. It becomes a form of communication as a way of getting around the choke that the mainstream media has to use what a Medella Barnes's terms on information that we have in our society. You can't ever get it out as much into the mainstream. But it is a way of getting material out to people that the otherwise would not be aware of as I've explained many times bias in the media is in the determination of what is what is not news. I don't know does this sink in with people. I've said that so many times it isn't just how the story is written the determination of what is and what he's not news. What is emphasized? What is buried? What is at the top. What is at the bottom? What is stressed in focused on? What does it even get in there at all? It's that is where the bias in the media occurs. The media does it really have the ability to make you think completely differently about an issue than you. Otherwise, would here's their power. They can deter you can't have an opinion on something. You don't know about. And we ended up having opinions of the things that they do tell us about. Less than nationwide debate for weeks over the behavior of Brett cavern on high school over conduct that probably never even occurred. Let me move on. The following story is another one that sort of has a backdrop of dealing with the media. Yesterday. A number of news organizations reported widely. That there were indications that. The anti-government journalist in Saudi Arabia Khashoggi. Who I have no doubt was killed by agents of the Saudi government, either directly or indirectly. Maybe they paid people to do it. Maybe they had some Turks through it and the embassy maybe they had some hinge bed, but I I'm not naive. I have no doubt that they had him killed Saudis have been having people killed as long as it's a Saudi Arabia, which is something that's also true of all sorts of other nations around the world as well. In any event. The story was that it was very very possible that his death was recorded on his apple I watch. This story was everywhere. We have again. And again is this thirty really picked up with Trump and the Russian stories the instant, somebody would speculate on something the entire media would run with it. And nobody ever thought through the story. Rush Limbaugh did a segment on his program that actually has kind of gone wild here because he was able to bunk the story rush debunked the story now, maybe somebody debunked it before him. I don't know. But as it turns out, apparently it would be impossible for Khashoggi to have recorded this at his watch. First of all in order to make the watch work for things like this. It has to be with the iphone second. According to rush it. I'm not familiar with any of these terms are setups the type of service the type of either cellular or wifi service necessary for an iphone to work with a wash. Watch does. Not yet exist in Turkey. He would need the new watch which I think is the four according to rush, and you would have to have a level of service that apple does not yet provide in Turkey. Meaning there was no way that the that. The I watch would have been able to record the death. Well, apparently, the stories Dobbin knocked down and nobody believes that his watch that is apple watch actually get record him being murdered. But that story was all out there, and nobody did any kind of basic checking the weather or not it would be possible. The media just keeps running with anything. They here is lying as it fits the version of events that they are prone to want to believe prone to want to believe a lot of qualifiers in there. What have I always told you? We are likely to believe something is true. If we wanted to be true, it's one of the weaknesses of the human mind leads people to make stupid decisions at all kinds of levels of their life. If you want something to be true, you are likely to believe that it is true. People who want to believe that there are all sorts of people from outer space at all of that. They're the ones who therefore believe in area, fifty seven or whatever they call the thing in New Mexico or whatever because they they they are likely to believe that that version is true because they wanted to be true. We have to always go on the basis of the evidence had never allow our desires to conflict with our processing of information. But and I'm not saying that this is something that only the left does people on the right? Do it as well. We tend to ignore evidence that points to a conclusion that we don't want to draw. It's how everybody in a community may know that a kid is on drugs except the kids own parents who somehow blind to the whole thing. But with regard to the media and has gotten ridiculous with regard of the Russian Choi, they every cockamamie story that would come down. They would run within every one of them got knocked down later because they never gave any kind of critical examination is to whether the story even made any sense. There's this suspension of skepticism when the story is one that the media so desperately wants to believe. Now, admittedly, my mind kind of works the opposite. I'm constantly challenging and constantly questioning and acknowledged to being sick. But that's what journalism was supposed to be. Were you did challenging question? I've got some stories to share with you in this segment coming up here at one of them is why it may be a loss claws at an issue that I've talked a lot about on my program. But the next one is really good. What did you hear the latest problem with the trolley? All trolley stories are funny. Have you noticed this? I mean, it's not funny. Whether Charlie's out there hitting people at all of this stuff. People are breaking their ankles. That are even the even then you break your ankle on the trolley tracks admitted they're sort of. I mean that wouldn't be funny. If it was you, but it's sort of funny, isn't it? It is five forty five. News talk eleven thirty WASO,.
"waso" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
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"waso" Discussed on The Changelog
"You wanna lying at one of the extra mile and just because the external has a graphical, syntax develop, doesn't really doesn't really fix it. So there's that and also just, you know, these sort of things like type safety. So one of the reasons develop has become ready. Rockstars in the lost ten years is because they're so productive and they do all these amazing things. One of the reasons they do all these amazing things is because you have type check as you have old compilation toll chain, and the unit tests toll chain that helps you build a continuous integration pipeline, and then you'll really rapid. You know, someone says, I'm gonna change this. You can change. That, and you can be sure that it's robust because you've got all the tests, you bubble the type safety, although completion checks. So those things are really valuable and they don't really exist in the world of ESP. Let me tell you if you things that is a stuck out to me about ballerina as we get into the language a little bit and and maybe the Genesis story of it, how long you've been working on it and what it is and that kind of stuff. There are a few things that you mentioned them a little bit. So you mentioned that the graphical interface of the smell can figure eight or things aren't that. Maybe impressive or interesting to developers. One thing that's very cool about ballerina is you have a textual and graphical syntax is. So it's kind of the best of both worlds. I thought that was very interesting. This idea that maybe this is the first or one of the first maybe cloud native programming languages, but a lot of the stuff when you talk about your ESP's and the system that many of your customers are still using, I would assume the reason why it's not like container friendly and all these things is because well predates these technologies are the at least the proliferation of these technologies. And so sometimes just starting fresh, even though it's tons of work to start fresh and maybe it's not even a complete fresh start, but we'll get into that is allows for things that just, you know, are incredibly cumbersome with older technologies. And then lastly, just ham, Bishen. Anytime I see a new program language, I think this is an incredibly ambitious project and that just impresses me. One thing I read just today, you guys have article on the new stack and your CEO and assume co-founder, says the he envisions ballerina replacing Java over the next decade. That's an incredible Liam bishops thing to say and believe. And so these are a few things that caught my eye about Mallory? No. But tell us about the start of this new programming language. You mentioned why it was needed, but even inside WASO to was their arguments. Was there a big decision? Was there? Was there a meeting the head to take place, or were you coating this on the side? How did it start it? So I think you all your points really violet and really interesting, and I'll come back to the to the replacing Java. So so singe, even my co-founder is is much more bullish than I am. I'm English and reserved and I would never saw liked. I liked that level of ambition, even if it's not even if it's misplaced. I appreciate that. He's, I think, I think you know, I think there's a difference between expectations and ambitions. So the ambition to do that is one thing. The expectation is, in other words, you know, having the kind of vision to say, actually, we want to create something that could replace this that that has been capability that has that power that has that ability is I think, really, I think you need that when you're starting a new language, you have to have a big vision. You have to have that. Otherwise, why go through it. All right, exactly. On the other hand to say, you know this, I expect it. That's a, that's a different thing. I'm okay. Fair enough. Pope pessimistic than that, but you know, but I, I kind of in a just a second..
"waso" Discussed on The Changelog
"Through API's Sunday. Different sauces. You can build completely massive, powerful applications just by connecting other stuff together and that kind of ability to program the world kind of excites me. I'm also quite big into IOT. I my I did a took some time out of w. two to to finish up my doctorate and I was really focused on IOT privacy and security end and how to build systems where you can manage your nineteen devices. And so this kind of explosion of end points this explosion of things to me, what's exciting then is how easy can you make it to the program about how easy can you bake it too interaction program? Do do these powerful district things, and that's that's, you know, I think that's really kinda fun. We'll talk about the USO to a little bit before we get into ballerina. He said, it's your teenagers. Now, what what is the company? Like? What do you offer. Or is it a services? Are you contract development? What's the kind of stuff that WASO to does? I think that will help us understand ballerina a little more. Would we start to dive into it? It definitely will, because it's although it's quite different from what we've done before. It's it's it's involved definitely from all backgrounds. So w said to is a completely open source company. So we're software development company. We build products software products that customers use, and we have around five hundred customers. It all sorts of walks.
"waso" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Five two two two All right I thought you were. Gonna play Kenny Rogers ambler what happens it is a great song the gambler would have been much better You know when to hold them no You know when to walk. Away no way to run counter, money when you're sitting at the table there'll be time enough, accountant when the demons John and yes. We are now talking from the NFL, we are talking poker I real sport. Forget about those. Waters in the NFL we're, gonna, talk, look, at this face. Kelly Minkin gotta look I love this I'm just looking at her and she's got the. Round dark glasses on the baseball. Had she's the chiller. Sees the illest she's machine gun Kelly, she's one of the greatest poker players women poker players in, the WASO p. and. She's a lawyer how proud I am I talking to a, lawyer who can really. Play the game and that's. Poker Kelly MAKIN welcome to gurvey's? Law Hello how, are you doing great. Fantastic how are you good I'm awesome I I have no. Complaints that's for sure I am so afraid of you go. She eating with you and I know you? Do, med mal don't you medical malpractice in your law practice, yeah I have a really, great background in, medicine and biology and this is a really really smart lawyer but I would be so afraid of. You. In negotiations because of? What, you. Do at the? Table That's so funny and that's, not the first, or the last time I ever hear that so I don't blame you where did you learn poker No actually. When I grew up playing with, my family right like little home games at the neighbors. So I learn just growing up as a card. Game and as, I was in Moscow I started. Going to the. Casino on my free time so that helped me pay my law school. Bills and you know it. Just went up from there My grandma taught me how to. Play so we were all, playing, poker, and we're a little kids she had this, little? Visor and she had the little cards. Coming out of it and a cigarette and her drink. And we sat around with my, grandma playing poker and that's how I am nowhere near. Where you are but I'll tell you I've won. Some tournaments and, commerce I have to tell you.
"waso" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Show Back in the, sixties, you turned on the news at all it was his car crashes fatal and the number of Taliban. Wisconsin was higher then. Than it is now for record all the tide nobody had seatbelts, though anything cars that didn't have any safety devices at him And there certainly was more drunk driving than than. There is now I mean dunk driving. Wasn't even considered to be, a, big deal at that time in our society and then things have gone down down down down down. And all of a sudden just the last two years at especially this summer We have had one awful. Crash after another after another after another Paul and I are both of the opinion that something's going, on here and maybe more than one thing I think it's probably a combination of, the number of stolen vehicles that are out there Teenagers that just don't give a crap at a driving lay crazy People who are distracted because they're working, the phones And I. Think that the pills is a big factor here. I think that that story is totally undercover tonight People mixing pills with alcohol I meet. People that are stoned in buzz out of their mind on a pill and they figure that it's a safe they just think that they're not going to. Be nailed for anything on that because it's not like you blow into a test and. The pill shows up you throw. It all together and you have the situation. That we have another awful accident that's not even the right word perhaps somebody ran a red light last night I don't. Think he's been named yet a thirty eight year old driver. Ran a red light at seventy six in Berlin I mean that's about as civilized a part of the world is you can have I made I don't think I think that that is. Where Milwaukee cut there's areas where Milwaukee had wa tolsey dragged on the street you go. Back and forth again and again. And again I think that's still within the. City limits in Milwaukee but that's northwest side of Milwaukee borderline while tosa and so on guy runs runs a red light There were. Three people in the vehicle altogether Got this reversed there, was a vehicle a three people in, it disregarded a stop light at the intersection and they were struck by another. Vehicle that was going through the green light the driver of that. Vehicle is a thirty eight year old bad two of the people that were in the vehicle that ignore the red light. Dead two others were hurt in, this accident so somebody. Runs a red light apparently just ignoring it And, they're smashed into by a guy who had great it's literally getting to the. Point and I think all of us are considering this especially in. I'm not sure if it's the case if you're driving on a quiet street way out in a suburb I'm going through. A green light right now I'm. Not looking both ways It's just gotten crazy and this. Is just happened, this is all the. Last eighteen months to two years and again it's a combination I think some of the vehicles stolen some people don't care some. People are on their. Phones some people I I, don't know what. Else to attribute to. Other than to say that it's a lot of things all at once but, you know you're driving on street let's suppose it's one of. Those lights are coordinated where you, might get six or seven or eight green lights, at a. Row if you time correctly most just, get a lucky don't pay attention you almost have to now you, literally have to look to see if somebody's. Running a red eyed you It is just, wild and I. Don't think anybody has. A full explanation for it and I think it's because it's gotta be multiple, factors Paul says that people who ride. Motorcycles notice it more than others part because they can't taxed so they've got to be paying attention so they're seeing it more than ever those are the, ones that have always had to pay attention to what's going on because. They know that a lot of people don't always see their vehicles but we have just gone in the, last couple of years to at I don't know if the numbers bear up in terms of Taliban and maybe not even in vendor benders but it certainly. Seems as though we have more accidents of this type Then we've had only, a few short years ago anyway by fourteen news talk eleven thirty WASO Traffic traffic from the Lynch, go total traffic center. I forty one southbound just before Watertown plank, road broken down bus, blocks the two right lanes, they do have a toll on the scene but in the meantime backups begin. Before capitol drive it's twenty five minutes to get from Good, Hope road down to the zoo northbound you've got the gatekeepers which means northbound bypasses backed. Up slow from Oklahoma through the, zoo interchange and all the way up to. Watertown plank road it's gonna, take another twelve minutes get from the HALE up to the zoo ninety four westbound.
"waso" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"So who's Walker going to run against who's going to emerge. From the field again repeat my. Strong. Prediction which I have had on this show for weeks that it's going. To be a whomever runs the most ads which be will be killed Roy's, that I've been telling. You for some time it's going to be her plus the Democratic Party as much as they wanted deny it as much as they claim that the party of the people there is no more top dot organization in America especially in Wisconsin the Democrats always choose the candidate that. The lefty, activists were based largely in Madison what who does Planned Parenthood wind who to the teacher's union want, that's always the candidate they choose always And they're all in for Kelder rise I would say if I'm wrong about this male and Mitchell the firefighters union leader would. Be the second likeliest the wind if Tony Evers. Wins this private I just tell I be absolutely shocked if Lincoln when the IB absolutely shocked if you wanna know what a democrat is going to, do in a democratic primary in the state of, Wisconsin go look. At the most activist whack del goofed up lefties and see who they're backing and. Right now most of them are running around with little stickers on. Their on their lapels. That say Kilda And the ones that aren't are probably backing Mayland Mitchell and the fundraising. Reports even though none of them have raised much money all the more, reason, that the advertising, is going to have significant impact if all these Democrats. Were extremely well known the TV advertising might be of limited, importance but given the fact that virtually any of, them are. Noted all when you have nothing, else to go on but the TV ads the candidate who's able to run them has any normal advatage as an example Trump ran very few ads it an app do who didn't know who Donald Trump wise plus everybody, at every every move was being covered by the media. It's exactly the, opposite with regard to the Democrats running for governor six oh three news talk eleven thirty, WASO Rapid, traffic.
"waso" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Give them a chance rebuilding rebuilding now it's win now you have to win you don't have the time to really you know give yourself let's give ourselves two or three years lebron is still you know towards the end of his prime but you get a demarcus cousins or a leonard and who knows what other acquisitions they get by the way it might not just be one one or two players who knows what what they got up their sleeve and the fact that lebron is officially a laker now that's gonna change a lot of opinions for a lot of people so as far as players are concerned so who knows but you got to win now let's just say the roster is right where it's at right now which we know that's not going to happen game one regular season next year but let's just hypothetically say the know the brandon ingram kuzina is a stud okay he is going to be an nba all star i think he's incredible and watching i watched him in the nba summer league last year i said this kid's unbelievable ma k got ingraham k you got ball now you got lebron and you've got some other guys that are young that are getting better there already playoff team you got lebron of course you're gonna make the playoffs you add another all star player like leonard or demarcus cousins i believe they're right there with golden state as the two best teams in the western conference now again do they beat the golden state warriors if you get a clai or if you get a boogie i certainly give them a chance i give them a much better chance to beat the golden state warriors with the brennan that team that i would the cleveland cavaliers a few weeks ago i totally agree with that a great player after that they could go after or make a ton of sense who is a free agent is avery bradley avery bradley former celtic would be out probably he's probably a top five defense of gardening game he would do a very good job again steph curry and you wouldn't he wouldn't cost them a ton to bring him on board i agree and i think that would be a good acquisition but there there's probably twenty guys in the nba like that who would be willing to go to la right now because lebron is a laker and look lebron's can you know he's used to the microscope but he's going to have it now in la you know those fans expect winning and it hasn't been that way the last few years so we're gonna again we're gonna have to wait and see what happens so the guy with with us we got on the line right now i'm pretty sure he's a laker fan we're definitely gonna talk some world series of poker with him but i know he's a basketball fan so he must have an opinion on this we'll get to some world series of poker talk with them to we got on the line with us right now seth palansky with the world series of poker the main event starts tomorrow seth how's it going great brian great to be with you you're breaking news to me such a waso peabo this is news to me that's good news that's right i'm glad i could i glad i could be news to you can you tell me who's gonna win the main event right now so that i can play wager i'm hoping someone over the age of twenty one oh interesting well that that's going to be tough i don't know i would hope over the age of twenty one i thought you were going to say chris ferguson i thought you were rooting for him but that's another story for another day okay so what's your look your basketball fan before we get to the world series of poker i know you are you a laker fan south yes yes my wife used to work for the.
"waso" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"To mp s he says he cares about african american kids yet he opposes the very things that give african american kids the chance to escape the hell hole of nps and get into decent schools because he'd rather prop up the thing that's run by other liberals nps then simply understand that nps is a disaster and that the best thing that we could do for all of the kids that are stuck with going to nps is to send a rescue parties to get them out of there and let them go to decent schools rather than be stuck in the rat holes that nps operates and again nps is a few decent schools not going to say they don't have a few decent schools but the keyword there is you most stink for a lot of reasons including the fact that disciplined isn't available look at the value system in place the story that we did on yesterday's program arrowhead is kicking off the soccer team a girl whose family is going to court because she apparently according to the school hosted a drinking party she didn't even drink in the meantime over at washington high school thanks to the acquiescence of milwaukee county's worst judge pedro cologne an armed robber deontay long will serve small sentence of the house of correction despite being volved in a series of armed robberies so he can be back in the basketball team next year i suspect again most liberals realized that's really screwed up and that you have a terrible system in place at nps if we're actually giving public salaries two people who think that it's a good idea to allow armed robbers that continue to play high school basketball but again you won't hear them raise their voices and say so they feel this need to stick together with one other so if you wonder why republicans are more willing to yell at one another from time to time there isn't this notion that if a republican does something that you think is not a good idea that you have to button your lips and never ever say so it's three forty five at news talk eleven thirty waso chevy the levy was.
"waso" Discussed on The Bunker Project
"And I don't think it's got a snowball's chance in hell against that word for word press is twenty percent of the Internet. It's that's not say fairly Large community to take on James. James has some interesting pitchers on his phone about ghosts. Actu- actually yeah it is about some ghosts Like you ever see the movie ghost. Yeah of course just like those pictures. Well I I like Casper. The friendly ghost but okay. No I hadn't I don't know about. It just seems to me. Like like they They said that they want to go minimalist. They want to go back to the roots of wordpress. Which is just a blogging platform. But at the same time they're setting up the stage to develop a more integrated and and you know sophisticated. Cms Yeah So. I don't know I yeah. I mean there's a lot of very interesting things that have been happening in the wordpress community in the last say six months So that you actually There's aids to build child themes really. Don't require any coding yes Headway is a plan. Yeah I don't like that one but year. Write a thesis so the new thesis to and I can't remember whether it's to four to five or three But it it has the equivalent of libraries in trend world or world. Which is the last time I coded so they have a bunch of libraries and then you just include them and then that gives you some kind of functionality so and then they use widgets for anybody that knows anything about wordpress. They usually use a widget. And that's how you can use whatever it is. Sometimes it says short code usually a widget like a widgets area like a boss. Yeah yeah that's the one thing I don't like about Headways is I mean. It is drag and drop and you can put a block anywhere and you can make site look like whatever you want but when you move a block or tweak a block it can go all all everything goes all over the place in a in the you know trying to get back to the way. It was a little challenging. I have a question for us. Newbies out there. What's the difference between a widget and Adan plug in plug in plug in and Widget Bonnie wanted to be this one. So a plug in is a piece of code that you activate and it has some kind of a function One of the most popular plug INS as a kismet. Acas met whatever And that's an anti spam. So what that does is is. Add anti-spam Functionality to your To your your website you do have to set it up. There's a licensed code Contact there's context seven and that gives you all the information to create a contact form on lots of people use that one. There's a backup. So W dip back up. Yeah and I'm just trying I've got well. There's thirty thousand of them so there's so many of them in and basically just yes. There's there's there's free ones that are available to download wordpress dot org or right through word repressed out and then you can get a premium plug INS and if you're if you subscribe to Waso JBC daily Plug INS coming out that deals and a widget. Ab- plug is basically something you activate that instead of coating script it just puts the script injects the script into your site and makes them function and Zaib rate. Well if that technically correct no no okay would know how does how does technically work. Technically a plugging is it's a pre coded a hate mail file where you put the the code from the COMPLA- say for with reforms for example is pre coated to accept that code. So yeah it just. It's just a function. Whatever functionality. It's going to be okay in a wedge in get a widget is just something that displays information in a certain way which which is nothing. Apart from the Hague Chanel holder to hold talks to hold the coach to hold a code displayed in a meaningful way display in the main in the way it is main is made all bill to to do. Exactly what you ask it to do. There is no difference between standard hasty male holders or a widget. It's just marketing rubbish. Yeah but I don't Wanna I don't WanNa have to code all the time and it would even if I did know how to Code. It would be inefficient for me to code the the about me page every single time. I created a wordpress when in fact I can just say Yep I can configure it and say this is the email address I want. Yes and at the end of the day if you have a hasty male books in your website which is linking to another site. It doesn't matter what code you put in? You don't even have to code it because once you once you have the code. He have the link will ever you do on the other side ultimately will go to your next night behind you? It doesn't matter. Nothing matters apart. From what you. WanNa play in your blog. You Post on twitter. Facebook FEED WHATEVER IS NOT. GonNa Change whatever you do with ultimately opened a on your website and that's but plug INS and widgets are the way that wordpress ages ago set it up so right or wrong now. It's the way they set it up. Yes but it's from. You know the arguing over widgets and themes and stuff. Is it a hobby or a business? It's a business. You WanNa make money you hire somebody to put the word. Yes it is a hobby farm around. Yes okay good point. And that's that's another thing too. We're mainly talking about people who are who are Initially at least farting around line right because they call themselves bloggers but in fact. They aren't bloggers. They're people who play with their words. Wordpress site three quarters of the time. Yeah I mean that's the whole reason why there's a a a marketplace for these plug INS. Okay so can I I? I never even speak. I know and you're doing very well. Let's let's talk about your project okay. Perfect timing now yeah. It's perfect timing because a one I can't hear myself at the moment that will be probably anyway or you. Don't worry we we can. We can hear you. That's good so you have wordpress. I knew have very squeaky deliberated. I'll I'll I'll grab I'll get one of those winter ones eager social media and beer so except out of blackbeard crowd there to blackbeard. They're out of paled hill other everything except for winter winter. She gave me a sample speech. Okay anything as a saying WORDPRESS PLUG INS. Toko wasted time. Total waste of time Tokyo time so so so. It's a waste of time because people waste their time. Fiddling with it or the concept is a waste of time. The concept is so cool wasted. I why do it why bother? It's the only way they can get the functionality on wordpress yes but what's the what's the alternative to plug in like? How does it work with with high tech?.