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Andreas Antonopoulos on Why the ETH Supply Debate Is 'Silly'

Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto

06:38 min | 3 months ago

Andreas Antonopoulos on Why the ETH Supply Debate Is 'Silly'

"In recent weeks, there's been a controversy on crypto twitter about what the actual supply of ether was and whether or not. It is independently verifiable before we get into the particulars about the total eat supply though can you just explain why this metric is important to some people into whom it is important Well I'm I'd have to speculate on their state of mind but I'll try my best I think it's important because it's a framing assumption that drives the interest in Bitcoin Bitcoin from the beginning Waugh's defines by it's fixed. And immutable supply of no more, not even up to twenty one million points and affixed issuance schedule that is set in stone or rather sets on the blockchain, which is even stronger and will not change. It's It's also one of the key characteristics because bitcoin. Is, first and foremost money and In fact, it's money of a particular kind it's hard money or sound money and. That drives a lot of its appeal especially within some groups who are interested in it with very. Specific Austrian economics ideological interests. and. So then once this. Debate had been going on for a few days. You've finally wrote up a tweet storm that was really interesting in dug into some of the technicalities that. Informed this question and in that tweet storm, you begin by saying that this debate was a silly Gotcha. Why did you say that? While big because it reminds me of the kind of questions that reflect. Some very deep seated framing assumptions. And an inability to see past those framing assumptions that is so often leveled against. bitcoin by people who don't understand why bitcoin mattress or what it is and to to see it being used by people who are very much interested in the. Against Theorem and to frame. The question with some very specific assumptions, pint it that don't actually make a lot of sense in the a theorem context. It seemed to me to be not necessarily a good faith question. A very interesting question to answer and. And a lot of the pushback to the answers that had been given to that question further reinforce that framing so. That's why I didn't think it was a very useful question. I mean there's plenty to criticize about if there there's also plenty to criticize about Bitcoin for being honest and I just didn't think that that was a particularly valid. Criticism. And then you did explain for technical reasons why this question doesn't necessarily make sense for theory were Wyatt is actually difficult to answer what are some of those reasons? To just to clarify because I think this point has been lost. If their supplies validated every block and it's validated according to that census roles and everybody who runs an interim node. Their nodes validates the supply. There's no difference in that fundamental mechanic from bitcoins. Fundamental consensus rules with regard sues validation of supply the differences out because of a variety of factors. That are different in Bitcoin van in a theorem. In bitcoin there is a specific API method. You can ask your node to give you the current some therapists also easy to do that doesn't mean there is no some that doesn't mean some isn't validated. Part of the consensus rules it just seems that it just means that that's not an easily accessible answer and depending on how you write the script that comes up with the answer and the methodology used you might come up with some slightly different answers. and. But some of those just killing them out for listeners are that a theorem uses an account balance system. As opposed to the unspent transaction output system of Bitcoin, they have burn addresses. The block times are different. Theory Mazda has his uncle system. Do you WanNa maybe just pick a few of those to kind of explain a little bit about why that question is somewhat difficult to answer. Sure absolutely. The first one is that bitcoin dozen Hughes, a double entry bookkeeping account balance system instead it uses system that's more like tracking. Fix, the out coins through the system and these are colts on spent transaction outputs, and at any moment in time he keeps a database of the current on spent transaction outputs, and so it's it's very easy to just some of them up. So the current state of the on spent transaction output database easy to access if doesn't use fix the mount coins. Indivisible chunks of currency ASPIC windows and said. It uses this move accounts these accounts have credits inhibits. These credits, it's reconciled as part of consensus in the half to add up. But in order to figure out what the exact balance of any account or some the balance of all the accounts you have to go back to the Genesis Block, and then you just have to run through the pluses and minuses until you arrive at an answer and so that takes more work. It takes even more work because of some historic anomalies in the if you're in blockchain, there's a period where validating the state takes A. Computation due to a box that allowed it and olive service attack. That's not neither here. Nor there, you can't validate that it just takes more time. And so once you up all of these numbers, you can get an answer however. That answer changes every fifteen seconds because bitcoin has forty blocks in the same time. Sorry Theorem. How many blocks in the same time? The BITCOIN has one.

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Andreas Antonopoulos on Why the ETH Supply Debate Is 'Silly' - Ep.138

Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto

01:11 min | 3 months ago

Andreas Antonopoulos on Why the ETH Supply Debate Is 'Silly' - Ep.138

"Guest is Andrea his Antonoff Nautilus Speaker Educator and author of mastering bitcoin mastering it cerium and the Internet of money volumes. One two three. Welcome Andreas. On the show lower. In recent weeks, there's been a controversy on crypto twitter about what the actual supply of ether was and whether or not. It is independently verifiable before we get into the particulars about the total eat supply though can you just explain why this metric is important to some people into whom it is important Well I'm I'd have to speculate on their state of mind but I'll try my best I think it's important because it's a framing assumption that drives the interest in Bitcoin Bitcoin from the beginning Waugh's defines by it's fixed. And immutable supply of no more, not even up to twenty one million points and affixed issuance schedule that is set in stone or rather sets on the blockchain, which is even stronger and will not

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"waugh" Discussed on It's All About Evolving

It's All About Evolving

04:05 min | 5 months ago

"waugh" Discussed on It's All About Evolving

"We but that person's not ready for who you are this week as. But then gets one. Teach you certain things as well that you didn't see yourself. You come onto that relationship. You're still not certainly, but you'll learn. Something yourself a neighbouring to another relationship to say okay. Let me be this week. Because I've learned this and I've worked on this for myself. A name going to take somebody is teaching. Yes is always that learning process. Yeah, that's just what it is, you know until we see that we how the WHO we are as. Individuals. Yeah thank you so much for sharing that and thank you for coming on and sharing on like I really can't relate and enjoyed everything that you yeah serious. Thank you, so. Is there any final thoughts? And where can we find you? Okay? So in of final thought justice, going back to the topic unlocking that in a voice I know follow people right now. It's it's hard. It's hard to find in a voice because some of us feel that we have tried it with tried to, and we feel that we have field on and I would want to say. Don't give up just fine other ways to express yourself at knowledge that go back tool figuring out who you are. What drives you? You what motivates you? What are some of those values? I always started up perspective because if we don't start where we are at no the things that we've learned to who we are. No, we won't necessarily under stunned. Whole generational issue have affected us right because you can start looking at where you are now on Lukac at those things those limiting his that you house, and then go and trace it to where you have learnt it from right, so if you feel that you fear lots of things, you fear to speak cold. Look up your life lookout wear allergic from what happened in that in in your life, and it goes back to what we're talking about stories that would just talked about. the things that we have learned from. You're able to start looking back. Walked those lessons were you can know begin to shift because you see the greatest thing is the. Understanding comprehending undestanding something and we can't change things unless we understand why the why. Why do it right soul finding inner voice looking looking at why seal that? Be Cold. What happened in your life that made? You feel that you couldn't be called, and then you can begin to address it. That's you helping yourself to heal from that right to move outside. That is what I really want to leave with people to look at those things because lots of things, lots of beneath we have a motor cells is because they were taught to us now in different ways you know you did. There are things that you want to. Because he didn't see growing up, you didn't feel was necessary to do that until now, so you go back and cart where you will model certain behavioral, certain thinking an Oscar. So, what is it that you must do now? Now to help yourself to get over it, and then you do that, so those are the points that I want to leave with your listeners, and then hope. Can People get in contact with me? I am on both instagram on facebook for my instagram handle. You can reach me at La. Toya K. Wall. Right US for instagram. The business speech is Jimmy. Sorry life going to Jamaica I. N T L. that's is the handle unnecess-. Move on instagram and Facebook, or you can send me an email at life coach Jamaica et at Jamia Dot, com thank you so much, and I will also leave tires information in the show. Announce I appreciate. You guys for listening and God bless you..

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"waugh" Discussed on It's All About Evolving

It's All About Evolving

07:36 min | 5 months ago

"waugh" Discussed on It's All About Evolving

"We have been taught a certain. We as women right if you look into your family. Home women have evolved. Right to where they are no and the things on even Kamata the most. You Real, Anna new as an individual. You question it because you know that you have tried harder. To to to be pass certain things you know whether it be through education on new into school degree. You're the first senior. People's to begin to look at those things in their lives and I'm just using this. As one example for women Caribbean Women Ran you know. How do we measure ourselves to other people? And that is because of what we're taught. You know as the Grumpier Nike. My family, my mother can clearly recall as young girl. Mine came to Defense Grandmother. Look a terror. Look at the Marlon her say. If you want my grandmother, you make your money. Right yeah, and this is a Caribbean is the same wing communities where you have. The dons and mothers have no other option, but to give their daughters to these men. Only why as you're putting food on the table? A depot is a deeper issue and is not Sunday I went to talk about. No, but I'm the same generated when you talk about generational trauma, really have to talk about some deep rooted issues that are affecting one young people today. Because his what you're taught so an inner voice. How do we find our invoices? Women compared to these men. How do we okay? I'm not working. No, but more. I'm going to still push I'm gonNA still do what I have to relevant me going to a bar to try to pick up a man because of what he can give me. Wow, what are my tally? And, it's something I'm telling you even as a something. I, hear something I have to be with my family. As women so generational trauma as very did did. Very deep-rooted and I think it can be the key to helping people to change mindset. No, I'm happy. You're brought out. It really touched me when you mentioned that a mother is are they give their doctors to the dawn's while. Something Depot Yeah. You know people can on research these these are known. Fox I happened in our society Jimmy Ego. Is just one of those things on the same way that people end up being in relationship being abused John So neon, because they know you know this is what feels quote, unquote normal to me, so no matter what the State may try to get monarch chat of that situation. She's always going to go back there because she orleans until she works on that. Has To be a decision for her to make Ya that integral and I've seen a sorry go ahead. Go ahead I was GONNA say I've seen where other women they will flip the role and be all independent, so they will be making a lot more money than the man, and then they end up turning our role Mr, not saying mistreat but yet. I'm belittle the at the man, and then that's another trauma there and so exactly unless what she's acting to yet. At the end of the days you don't know who she grew up and so she's like no one day on at no man me not in when I met my money. She going. She goes into that relationship with that mindset. So no matter what he tells her, maybe some good for her to change, but she's not GonNa Change it because guess what I'm making my own money know. Somebody asked me the other day. He said l'Etat. Making money and you are trump to our everything. Would you still need a man and I said yes, he said. I'm, GONNA be honest. I do want apartment, not because I'm making my own yard. What it doesn't mean I don't want to share my life somebody else at the end of the days I look cut relationships. Different relationships are supposed to be able elevates sean both of us, innovating each other. were, yes, we are onto different offs, or we take different pots, but when we're together, we is that level of elevation that you know that you see lighter things happen, so I said Yeah I would be one of those honest. Women are not going to be like. Why don't the money had enough? Let me say. I. It goes greets need. No, Percy. I don't need for me I. Don't need him to flow. Feel anything within me because I had to learn to do it up for myself. Learning do that for myself so when he does come in. It's not a bullets or You to feel. My father was in there, so I needed to feel that for me nine. No need that you know so you. People have to understand their own generational issues sold that the older they get the CAN. Address those things so when people come into your life. We're not expecting them to do to create miracles. With us that. Is just. We know. Not Coping with things well, and so we're not. We're not expecting people to give us a world announcing the. I mean with little bit more experienced in learning on a son and myself on my lights. Worry on fear. The. To have people to give us that to be putting that way win this. We should be trying to seek that for sales I. Yes, yes. So we have to understand our on generational. trauma does things that hold us back. and Try to change them for ourselves. Before one were get into relationships with people before we farm, you know different relationships with different people because that's that's what the people doing know where it was trying to feel the. Loss and is just. ENTIRE MIDST SUMMITS Yeah. Yeah kids I did. Yeah. I've just what you said is so Because once you're fills, and you know who you are I mean and you and you find out partner. That's none of the like magic. Because yeah, you. You are both failed, so it's just that's just a solid foundation key, start, building and building. Yeah, yeah, I, you know we're going to continue to learn from people. I saw code from visit toll at horry pronounce his name, but basically he was saying that when it comes to relationship, that's the one thing in our lives that we get to discover who we are and to need us to self master, because we're sharing are nicer people. They are night the true tests. As though I see the true tests with with us, becoming who we are because I can be in our relationship. Lose myself knowing KOMO's girl. You really lost your mind. Yeah, we're worried you in that relationship. As you start to yourself, you know like okay for my knicks relationship. I'M GONNA be this way right and you meet somebody else on your this..

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"waugh" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

15:11 min | 8 months ago

"waugh" Discussed on Fore Play

"Agusan isn't that a draw to draw courses while he he gets like eight months to work on drunk goodman good. He's figured those out with the dates and with all that I mean. What is in that room like you said you? You know people be proud of the room. People would be happy the way that it went as who runs the rooms Z. Mega to run the room. Does Ken. Ken Fred Ridley say hey. This is win. The masters is going to be and you guys figured out outside of that. Or how does it? You know who's running the room. And how does all it get to shake down by the way will look? I M A no-one runs from is the answer but I think a game runs. The room is probably how I answered. I mean that and it and it That's certainly how it worked here. But Jay's got you know the most just pieces on the board right. He's you know he's got a full schedule and you know I feel like I'm an invited guest right To that skip right and And you know we're all grateful to be. A part of the bar was players you know kind of our players on on a year. Throw these you know these these matrix right and so you know I would say that. That You know he's he's got the most moving parts for sure and therefore we all deferred that and make sure that That we're all being fair to that but you know there's all ecosystem throw the European tour in here to read and the LPGA Who are also in the room Gust at right so You know it is. It is It's it's it could be. Lord of the flies if you went to Harvard breaks. You might have read that back in the day room where you know it's you know there's there is nobody rolling and it's chaos but instead it's in you know it's more it's more like we're the board of directors of a game that the company is the game of golf and our future share. Responsibility is to run it in a way. That's in the best interest of all our stakeholders. Which are you know the players? The fans the sponsors. That's the only thing we haven't talked about right. Yeah just moving date guts. Sponsors of a lot of money to to be it. You know harding park in mayor all sudden. Now we've gotta move them to right and and that's complicated There's there's tournaments that are getting canceled. Sadly right and so Thinking about all those moving parts And then throwing broadcast into Which is you know. Multi-party as welders. There's not like one network is doing the whole thing. There's multiple parties there And then the whole sports world has gotten is is a mess. Oh you know. Baseball needs to get their season in the NBA. Still wants to finish there's the NHL and then football starts college. Football starts and Olympics. Which was a big piece of the. Pie obviously Go you know. Being being delayed that changed the landscape now not only for golf with them with the other. Sports Leagues to yeah. Yeah Yeah. J. Does more at the Oscars as the commissioner. I'm not but But Yeah we're we're definitely are in touch and know what everybody's Kinda Doughnut I personally ships all commissioners so. I've talked to each of them at some point this crisis. Kind of how they're thinking But you know absolutely an-and year more or less communicating with them through the broadcast right because they're trying to figure out by the way I didn't mention NASCAR AND MLS and Champions League and everything else it's going on in the world right like this whole ECO system which in a normal world. Everybody's got their places in the kind of respect each other try not to compete against certain things get thrown into the mixer right and And figuring out how to how to do all that our first priority is certainly to our game right But you have to be aware of kind of everything else. That's going on so you know it's a good question who's in charge and again you wouldn't have set up the game in the way that did but Again that the kind of you know the the The no jerk policy works right if if if somebody I'm not singing by did but if somebody acted out you get called out by the group right because we're all world doing the right thing. Yeah and I think a amid all this. It was kind of a small little positive. I think people should have focused on his win. That joint release was made in all the different logos new organizations or at the top of it. I thought like wow. That's really cool. There are all will able to come together and and put forth the schedule because logistics because of dates and how complicated that is for one organization to figure out let alone. A handful is incredible than the other Massive event that you guys run this year is the Ryder Cup. And we haven't even talked about that yet but the Ryder Cup. Currently slated with same dates And you know I don't want to call it kind of a positive necessarily but you could look and say this the different Based on the unique circumstances there is a significant difference running into the Ryder Cup this year. Which is the US Open winged foot? You know how. How is that going to change the way that you guys approach it in any way Kind of having that big of a tournament of a of a major championship the US Open just beforehand. Is that anything for you guys. You know First of all thanks for the comments on the on the logos that was you know very intentional and You and my mother was proud of us. Live with you. We're able to pull out on. That was very intentional. That we you know we wanted it to come out and we worked really hard And kept it together and so tough moments to make sure that we came out as one because we do think that's really important to to be one game that's how we operated throughout so you know that that. I'm glad you noticed it and and attention communist but it was. It was very intentional. That we we get it that way so The you know in terms of Ryder Cup flip As we all know is is a different thing right and and I hope Hope for the world is is is normal and some kind of normal and we can have a you know. It'd be an amazing celebration of the game. Right because it is it's tribal it's different Particularly without the Olympics happening this year I think it makes it even that much cooler that you have this kind of international competition where you're planning for your flag And so you know that is really cool and what kind of a capstone to the season. But it won't be because you know you still got Nassar's coming after it but it'll feel like it. You know at the time and I could make an argument that the US Open the week before makes it cooler. 'cause you know you kind of have like if you're a junkie right like golf's GonNa Kinda own stage there for a couple of weeks in a row It would end up. Obviously football's going at that point. You know that's that's part of things but but I think we're different and Those events are different Yeah you know it'll it it You know they're going to have you think about the players. We talked about players being tired and in Paris right. Now you're talking. You know should happens. Which hopefully it all does you'd get. Pj Championship. You've got random. Then you got three Fedex cups you got a week off in there and then you've got a US Open Ryder Cup right. That's that's a lot of golf now. Awfully the rest up right now. You know a couple of months to to kind of get get themselves organized. Another of talk to a bunch of them. They're anxious to get back. Obviously as as you can imagine But you know what a great lead in to the Ryder Cup to right to have the. Us Open It'll probably be a small advantage to the Europeans because they won't be jetlagged they'll be they'll be here right the beer for a couple of weeks. you know. Some people like to play competition before a major competition. Some guys like to take a week off They're not going to have a choice right So and you know use opens always grind went footage Place right so they'll be they'll be a little beaten up. Timer gets Wisconsin but I think it could. You know could be an amazing Kinda exclamation point to the season. If if all you know kind of goes as well as over will how How close are you guys? GonNa be watching you know. The Torah is going to be. If you guys to kind of watch how that unfolds and Josh you're plans accordingly hugely right and the help for Jason Hope. He gets gone as soon as he possibly can It's hard to imagine that some I events will have fans but you know hopefully I know East Bay or planning on Both ways you know with or without and You know it'd be nice to have you know we're we're going to be the first major right but it'll be really nice to have some benchmarks before we get going right And I I hope the other sports can open to like. We're not trying to. We have some advantages as you said as talked about earlier intensive not an outdoor truly outdoor sport but But a boy I hope you know. I'm I'm a sports fan like I'm sure you guys going nuts No Right and You know I've got this nervous twitch every Sunday afternoon. I don't know what to do But But it You know so absolutely. We want to watch what other people are doing. We have no pride of authorship. So we WANNA figure as I said earlier you know safes exits of playing the game plant. It was at the highest level So learning from what everybody else is doing and creating best practices absolutely wash will look I I think we're all kind of sitting around doing the same thing you're doing. Just hope and wish him for something to come on. I think of golf could do it. I mean did you guys consider any any kind of wacky or silly like format changes or anything to get golf going again or did. Dj ever kind of communicated. Anything like that to you yeah. We've talked about it a lot. So stay tuned. Think you'll I think you'll hopefully you'll get a little fix assumption here before the real season ahead gotta give us one by one hint would be it will be for the benefit of the nineteen. Th that relief site that so yeah I am. I the players want to help. Everybody wants to help. Everybody wants to put the peg in the ground. And I think you'll see some form of You know a some form were were down some stuff with a with gaming leagues so the online. Kinda stuff that we may trying to date for relief from trying to create any content that you can is people are tired of watching you guys look at my mansions and comments. Lots has got off. Are you are you? How many of you are playing golf in the last week not me. I'm in New York City. I'm in Manhattan. So it's Strengthen the epicenter of you couldn't tell by his surroundings I was. I play I play. Of course they were. They had pool noodles sticking out of the the The holes but all the way above the hall of his nuts I was like I was drifting in these things from all different distances but I gotTa tell you something that'd be something cool to see also like the like when you guys come act if there's any little changes to the actual golf course that like amateur players are also. GonNa see like at Pines putting a little. Pvc pipe brings inside the hall or the balls are going all the way in like little things like. Would you guys ever adopt any of those? You think in the professional gamer. Yeah maybe you know maybe where you check it out with your glove exposed or whatever you know it Again we're like this thing is going to change the world right for a while. Question is how do we make that for the better disposed of the worse right and so what can we learn from it? That that'll be better. And you know we've.

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Denny Hamlin wins at Phoenix to secure berth in NASCAR title finale

NASCAR on NBC

03:20 min | 1 year ago

Denny Hamlin wins at Phoenix to secure berth in NASCAR title finale

"Hamlin who wins at Raceway to advance to the championship round and joined his. Teammate Kyle Busch I. He made Mark Drake's junior and Kevin Harvick and I'm glad you're here stevie because it feels to me like Chris. Gabe Hart is the Steve Waugh Tart Denny. Hamlin that you were to orange junior in a way because downgrade the poor guy that no I mean I see pro series. Yeah Chris Gebhardt and any have found a way to do it on their own. Think you saw it with the swagger. I disagreed with the final pit. Call soon as it happened. He had a huge gap of lap cars. He could've put on four tires. I can't say he would have been the first off pit road. He could have been the first car. Pit Road maybe only beaten by the twenty one I would take that position every day. Gebhardt stood there made the call and and then and then kind of let his guard down victory lane after and said Yeah. My heart was pounding. I didn't know if that was right. Call but that's what we were going to do. And that's what I did and you know what. Listen I have no problem saying I disagree I I disagree and I have no problem raising my hand and saying you know what I apparently was wrong because two tires did work and it was impressive and toback to your original statement. Danny you know just believed in it and made it right and that's kind of been emblematic. I think of why this relationship is work so much. In the reason the gay part reminds me of you with Dell junior is gay bar comes in a and he has this accountability. He has this. We're going to do things differently. WE'RE GONNA hold everybody to higher standards not that. The team wasn't capable of winning or continue championship it before but there was something missing and then he talked about it a little bit yesterday that they're not best friends off the track but clearly the professional side works and Gabe. Gabe heart believes in him. I think the way you believed in Dale Jr. at a time when juniors conference was low I think Denny's confidence was a little bit low cut off last year and it's worked well between them completely. I think gave heart believes denny at times more than denny may believe in denny that's Not a placebo man. That's real. I mean. Sometimes people that are extremely skilled talented and whatever they do lose their way and forget why they're so good at something and it's hard for us that don't have that skill to explain it. I can't drive a race car I I can't. I'm not a professional athlete. So sometimes that lack of ability helps me appreciate their ability helps me remind the driver you you really damn good. Look at everything you've done and Denny Hamlin this year on the track off the track in the media on social media taught top to bottom inside and out is a different style driver. Then he wants was the one thing he didn't change which I actually like is. He has the superstar superstar swagger. Yes some don't like and pick on them and it's fine if you don't like it and he's okay if you don't like him which I think is great but you know sports heroes become heroes. Because they're not immortals they're they're bigger than the people cheering them on they act bigger than and Denny's that guy right he's got the Jordan man. He'll take a picture of his plane. He'll tell you how how good he can be not boastfully but confidently and I actually think in today's sports we need stars like that. There's GonNa be a group that don't like it they're GonNa like the Ryan Blaney kicked back. You know trucker hat and a cold beer and that's Great Cheer Ryan Blaney. But there's a group that I think you earn for some swagger and if you're looking for swagger you kind of have it

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"waugh" Discussed on The Screenster Podcast

The Screenster Podcast

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"waugh" Discussed on The Screenster Podcast

"That then no and the more I understand about business the more helps me to realize tame and you know you're up against hundreds of people and it literally does come down directories and I didn't realize that until I go onto the other side of the table it's costing me to be in that room so I won't pass because I don't want to have to spend and I think it's cool show business for reason is business thing that's why it's important to get the right people involved people a finance and you've got people to answer to somebody that will want to know what crews are in you know they take years from the pen to the end distribution when from inception furniture finishing the theatrical release and getting out onto he does manage to get everything done within a year but the difference with that is you know my eighteen thousand in the production budget so it's completely different people are really good at the sales and distribution it's it's it's about bringing those people into help you never cost myself Put myself in the background but I need to know as does you previously trained is an actor actress did you move into production breath I had my first CAROUSEL and I've gone and done lots of things since I was a kid in again like we were saying previously I didn't know enough about the industry I would love for it to be about the cross because I'd still be in the industry as an actor and it's not just keep going up to people and just I need a job is it's about having a conversation with somebody anti in the amount and then the other people that are always working with not going on with them and then it's you know is in Piccadilly Circus Salem no I you know the insecurities that you go through an accent a very difficult you know you sitting around not doing something else to pay for those can be a never ending cycle of how to pay for typical jobs so that's why they went into Shuli that's GonNa get me jobs being set so that was kind of my so instead if especially when you first start our initial in his constantly going whereas as a line producer will be in my family my brother and my sister work in London when and my sister works in finance she has a she runs during restaurant it is difficult than when you penny listen we say.

"waugh" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"waugh" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Mark Waugh three of the right side missed that one short, but an offensive board down low and another mess in Maya able to grab the Rebound Ace by Johnson chaplain. Now letter to the free throw line painted a laser for the right side at seven besides the game for Colorado. How about the way things started out for the box tier three games? Seven run Colorado to start things of a state toward ninth straight points in Colorado, scored seven straight points to take the lead backs. Crazy game are player of the game is Hannukah jank here talk about this one here. I know it's a heartbreaker again start to get away from me in the fourth quarter. I'm impressed with your guys is fight down toward the end though. Just talk about this team much better than we than the team last year and proven so much. You just don't have a w to show for it. He attributes appointed take the loss. But I'm proud of our team fought near with them the first second and third quarters and just kind of got away with us in the fourth and we're gonna wreck on this week in practice finishing games. But I'm super proud of the way that we just never gave up on a play. I think you're a little perhaps perplexed. Why we've picked you as the player of the game. Your play in the first half was outstanding in all the little things that don't show up on a stat sheet. Fewer defending well, you were aggressively holding people out of the paint, those kinds of things, and then you took took off a little bit scoring wise as well talk about your mindset you've been coming off the bench. You maybe hasn't haven't been as productive. But today was a different day talk about what was different going into this game for you. Personally. I think it's just an attack mentality. Does knowing.

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Jobs, Wozniak -- and Wayne? What happened to the third co-founder of Apple

KCBS Radio Overnight News

03:44 min | 2 years ago

Jobs, Wozniak -- and Wayne? What happened to the third co-founder of Apple

"Have tipped them off to the sheer. Terror that took fifty eight lives in wounded hundreds more I can't put myself, in the minds of each. One of those individual families but it is my role you try to give them. Some closure for Brian. All earth who lost his wife closure may never come I. Post pictures of what my wife. Every day consultant media we talk about all. The time we celebrate her and look very much Mr. the FBI is doing. Its own investigation which will include a full psychological profiles Stephen paddock forensic pathologists are going to examine. His brain looking. For any clues that report is expected later this year Nikki bootees, the federal government is considering emergency steps to, stave starving endangered whale off the coast of Washington state Heather Bosch reports from Seattle twenty year old. Killer whale gave birth to a calf that died Within half an hour but the whale is. Still carrying the baby a week and a half later it's a tragic and kind of despairing behavior the orca is from the endangered southern. Resident killer whale pod that hasn't seen a surviving calf in three years and, federal scientists are trying to. Figure out how to get food and medicine to a four year old from that. Group who starving noise. Pollution and a lack of salmon defeat on has brought the. Pods numbers to thirty year low. Heather botch for CBS news Seattle apple celebrates. Becoming America's first trillion dollar company and how does Apple's forgotten third co-founder feel. About it CBS news correspondent John Blackstone reports from Nevada it's well known that apple started with two. Guys in a. Garage but there was also a third guy Ronald Wayne the founding, document of the Apple computer company Wozniak jobs, and Wayne all signed it downright Wayne a few years older than Steve Jobs and Steve Waugh's NIA had experience in video games and aerospace he even drew Apple's first logo job said that's. It we're going to form a company and Watson himself would. Have forty five percent each and I would have ten percent as the tiebreaker today ten percent of apple would be worth about one hundred billion dollars but instead of being fabulously wealthy Wayne lives modestly in Peru Nevada this is a long way from Silicon Valley it is indeed a, desert town between Las Vegas, and death valley twelve days after I'd signed this. Contract I have my name taken off, the contract twelve? Days days after you became one of the, founders of the Apple computer company that's correct he gave up his, ten percent of apple for just twenty. Three hundred, dollars because back then in nineteen seventy six, Ronald Wayne, had his own dreams I. Also knew that I was standing in the shadow giants and as As a result, I knew I was never going to have, a product of my own to, develop he went on to design slot machines and to deal in stamps and collect antique guns. Was very successful at it not. Entirely but, it was. Fun he does have one regret that copy of the founding document is just that a copy in one thousand nine hundred ninety s he. Sold the original for just five hundred dollars in two thousand eleven, it was auctioned for one point three million I'm looking at, all. These computers here I don't see the name. Apple no I don't own an apple product not even an iphone, not even an iphone but he's still. Getting requests for autographed copies of that first apple logo he designed those who know Apple's history know that Ronald Wayne has a. Place in. It John Blackstone CBS news per up Nevada.

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"waugh" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"waugh" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Give you a gift you gave me a gift on birthday waugh better gives your birthday gift though god i think he's been over fifty bucks are better duda no it's not about okay you do this i do that i do this you do that that's based on that now it's based on the fact that you're doing it because you wanna do it you're doing it because you know it's the right thing you're doing it because you're doing what's good you're doing the right thing refueling good about life and that's all that matters and that's all that matters and it's interesting because i've realised at when we have these negative thoughts or these thoughts of a limitation because we had limitation when we were growing up or we had limitations as the other day and we're going to eliminate this person's limitation you know i think a lot of times was negative thoughts oil i didn't have that uh that that limitation removed unless something in our minds right and we're we're thinking about ourselves and as normal but why can't we hill you know what are you look around why can't we help why can't we do what's right across the board when he's see someone in need helping them not talking not thinking in your mind about what could happen if you help them but just giving back doing what's right do in the right thing and you know you think about it if you help on that's awesome but if you don't what's the alternative it's very similar to being in a conversation and a conversation turns drama conversation to an argument and all of a sudden both people are defending their sides and you are well you're kind of on the verge of either going off and say whatever or you're like you know what i'm just going to step back and say hey let's let's cool down or or hate whatever you say you know everything's good i'm just going to take a walk run what whatever it says same thing it said same deal you can either let it go you can let that argument go are you can double down on it now we let it go at first we feel like we're kinda taken the the not so good way out we feel like we're kinda given in but were really not we take the good side weight and we we say hey you know let's let's your good.

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"waugh" Discussed on The Incomparable

The Incomparable

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"waugh" Discussed on The Incomparable

"All right so we mentioned although and i want to let's let's sort of try and deal with i gripes now so that we can go back to positive not another though not enough although that's my gripe not enough although never enough of know migrelief is the holder was under done and i doubt by the i don't mean i wanna see moreover i mean i wanted to see the carried a better built because my big light this you know they're though prompt contrivance is all over the place in this movie and that's fine it's eight star wars and if you want something to be incredibly really stick you know you're in the wrong found him because i mean year the lydia check your laser sword and leave the logistics of style was of never made sense you know in the tactics and strategy or have always been a bit dodgy as well but the big i mean the slow chase thing is kind of an issue because he's like why not just light speed ahead in surround them but you know whatever but my biggest problem waugh's hosts tori with po and her basically being a terrible leader and i get that the story is to show that pose a hot in each you know should to follow his orders and shouldn't question his superiors and all that and show you know him being the hall had actually leads to the resistance almost being destroyed parts she has just been thrust into leadership unexpectedly after their beloved and legendary leader is has basically dining come back to life you know they're all in dire straits morale is incredibly no and she basically does nothing to lift their spirits all convinced them that she has any idea what she's doing beyond her rank and i just think that's only gets any surprise the po runs off to do something else and well why and it's me even meets even instructive when.

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"waugh" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"waugh" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Good to be back with mark waugh gary and shannon weekday mornings at ten am 640 more stimulating talk handle on the news go on that uh let this is just as good i demand that trump will release his tax returns well first of all he's saying no so how do you demanded what you keep demanding it to make your point plenty on saying if you expect that you will change his mind that's where i think you bagram alert and so do and so what you do do you pass a law that says that presidents or candidates have to release our temperatures you caught that's fine but unless you grandfather him in rhythm how it doesn't matter now there is a law that says you have put a financial statement down that when you will when when you register to be present which i causes you had you know how you enter your name in could be president it's a simple application that goes and remember which shara electoral committee that you go to and that's by law and akashi two hundred bucks that's all cost a mild passed by ten thousand people hunting so president that's how you get the crazy people the homeless people running for president you know what's funny about this these protests over here in california they're protesting even if california tried to pass a law that says you can't be a presidential candidate in this state if you don't release your tax returns begin wouldn't mattered at trump anyway right because he's never going to win california anyway so he does he would even need to be on the ballot awarded to do is talk about how crazy la county is bill handel tomorrow at 600 right after the wakeup call at 500 on kfi am 640 more stimulating talk.

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"waugh" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"waugh" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Good to be back with mark waugh gary and shannon weekday mornings at ten am 640 more stimulating talk handle on the news go on that uh let this is just as good i demand that trump will release his tax returns well first of all he's saying no so how do you demanded what you keep demanding it to make your point plenty on saying if you expect that you will change his mind that's where i think you bagram alert and so do and so what you do do you pass a law that says that presidents or candidates have to release our temperatures you caught that's fine but unless you grandfather him in rhythm how it doesn't matter now there is a law that says you have put a financial statement down that when you will when when you register to be present which i causes you had you know how you enter your name in could be president it's a simple application that goes and remember which shara electoral committee that you go to and that's by law and akashi two hundred bucks that's all cost a mild passed by ten thousand people hunting so president that's how you get the crazy people the homeless people running for president you know what's funny about this these protests over here in california they're protesting even if california tried to pass a law that says you can't be a presidential candidate in this state if you don't release your tax returns begin wouldn't mattered at trump anyway right because he's never going to win california anyway so he does he would even need to be on the ballot awarded to do is talk about how crazy la county is bill handel tomorrow at 600 right after the wakeup call at 500 on kfi am 640 more stimulating talk.

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"waugh" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"waugh" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Ladsous voyage in history we learn about what happened at this point in history because at this point in time it's now time for steve dolls this day in history on the steve show with steve waugh changed the course of our history and now deers steve dolls today is monday december lemon the three hundred forty fifthday the year twenty days left in the year or moumouni julie still christmas get your shopping right on yeah christmas is two weeks from today oh my gosh in eighteen sixteen other state indiana became the 19th state a run welcome aboard india great to have you in 1941 germany and italy declared war on the united states the us responded in kind right back at ya no we declare war new nazis and fascists in 1980 magnet pi starring tom selleck premiered on cbs mateen eighty bouquet with great mustache gums grid responsibility you have the greatest she still has it move goodwin still has an on blue blood's baker friday he couldn't really operate without that i think at this point now minis tried but it just it's so comforting to hear the stats got it down to probably really works for him yeah seems like it does of gotta work and in two thousand eight financier bernie madoff was arrested accused of running a multi billion dollar ponzi scheme he is currently serving a one hundred and fifty year federal prison sentence so he'll be at zoom one hundred and fifty years hung hill.

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"waugh" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"waugh" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Still emerging cle adam drake heat we spoke to him after his we don't always speak to them afterwards i'm and i often say had a thank you and well done but we actually sat him down and asked him about the experience of doing it and he said i was i love doing it but i was actually disappointed that he didn't do mole with my body or have me on my hands and knees or something i ate he was fully expecting to be kind of a objectified and uh you know to acquire a two two quite a degree and actually i i suppose they made me think about you know what that man is thinking in the beginning wh what he's his worst fears a gutter bay an and it now i don't think ever is an afterwards they always say without fail who were however they've done i they always say that was amazing i have never done anything like it and road i'm so that's the consistent thing they on on on the node you know i only have a couple of minutes left goma i didn't wanna waugh reasonable people would say it's wrong to objectify people of the opposite sex even of the same sex clear but in men watching you know you you you suggested this you hero woman's thoughts as she sizes of the bodies of men and even though you flip that gender perspective could somebody say old to write to wrongs don't make a right what is your response to that and i i agree that it's never right to objectify someone i think i think is a stun in a way that is.

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"waugh" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"waugh" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

"Getting married and i'm not having a family having this and and people get married for all car i'm numbered in their people get married for all kinds of different reasons for all kinds of different partnerships besides romance and waugh than having that family and having the fidelity fidelity and all that but i think that law i just wonder whether that wouldn't have done that wouldn't have warded awad but i also think um you know you don't get one thinks this missed was and this happens to is oh i thought his first wife had never seen her before i thought that post i thought she was tremendous the and i thought i didn't it was more about you know i think the first book his father had just died and he loved his parents but he didn't never say publicly what he said about his parents not really understand again and supporting him and i've seen that to you get this this a tornado in your classroom in your house if you know and you're just you know maybe you don't you know gene adopted and maybe maybe you don't understand and on because it's not you know he's not acting like the way the rest of your family lacks no matter how much you integrate them into the family and and that's that's reality too so arm but i thought i thought she was really good an arm you know i think the i've but i do wonders like if he'd adjust if you know maybe he'd stayed more the nature boy with then he'd have been loan wayne i thought i thought jim ross there is that part of you can't you can't be by yourself.

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"waugh" Discussed on 790 WAEB

790 WAEB

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"waugh" Discussed on 790 WAEB

"It was waugh's lawns laws blood and now uh and was blah earned love i see how's that not that i practised it and that's dedicated to aj because as we know eighty loves when i sing unlike like a perrine singing a delicate lullaby to a four year old with woolly bullies which ones this house thus is i swallows i am i was i listen to that song for the first time all the way through and it's a very nice song i guess the guy that road it was on a ship in the ocean and the weather was threatening and his life was in danger and he came up with this song and board guy of course i knew you were going to jump on this i should have maybe said something sooner but when you have time throughout this show some where you can play that amazing great song by whitney houston amazing grace the youtube version not the not the live version in but it's whitney houston amazing grace youtube so you can find that and bring that up that's a delicate delicate song by a beautiful beautiful singer but graces is so important the book says when a man can suffer injustice and endure hardship through the awareness of god's presence this is the work of grace in him some people say graces is unmerited favour but it's something that we definitely only do not earn do not deserve three hats hello mm he.

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"waugh" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"waugh" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Hello mojo yeah go ahead oh my goodness type would grow so book the great show up what mark waugh worker defector clear worker guard dog your calls career the ah liberals are her for their mark baird they're going after quicker soccer teams birkenau there are other there would report their wonderfully fighter in the fair movie markwort they wanted to see america going after each other while tell you when i'm watching i'm watching these football players arminarm and i'm watching the fans very unhappy with it this aaron rodgers i guess he thinks he's a uniting figure and he's not at this point and the fact of the matter is we have a color guard we have the american flag fans were yelling usa usa and they were not linking arms so thank you for your call preshorted done portage michigan the great w k zero go marcos wanted to thank you for a number of things you might be a word the support of israel and when you let off with the importance of the creator and the founding document the early strikes me because i know the schools for fifty years public schools and private do if they use those kirk worked have been episode the thing that there is no creator and there were people lose their mind become liberal and and the point is you're not teaching religion you teach in american history and you'll let people make their own decisions but they they whitewash this they they scrub it thank you for your call sir the vast majority of fans say of flags of putting their hands over their hearts in some of the veggie concere saluting during the national anthem there is a huge disconnect the justice and i see a number of the players for the chicago bears mr producer putting their hands over their hearts as as the anthem is played look how controversial the left has made this thinker and and and and the mouthpieces for them actually want you to believe this is some kind of a civil rights effort on social justice it's pathetic that's what it is let's go to raffaelle los angeles on the mark levin act go hi mark thank you very much for.

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"waugh" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"waugh" Discussed on KPCC

"Of neuroscience at boston university on science friday from pri public radio international steve waugh if you were to write your own movie or or maybe you've seen a movie is why is there something that comes closest to where you would like to see as you would imagine uh yes so there's two things if i were to write a movie about false memories it would be uh it would be about myself in the planting a false memory of the patriots having a perfect see two thousand seven so that's the oscarnominated film about false memories but in terms of actually be able to accurately depict how memories work in the brain i mean sometimes hollywood actually does its homework like movies like inside out actually consulted neuroscientists at the try to get an accurate depiction of memory and then if you're a mindbending filmmaker lay christopher nolan then you'll you point to a movie like memento which actually has you experience what things that come these actually look like so i think i would take a page out of those two books to write the script do you feel like artificial intelligence is gonna make us not need to remember things uh i mean i guess this is one of those yes and no things to write like right right now my entire life depends on my glucose lindor for instance so i try to outsource my memory to that as often as i possibly can but who knows right maybe that opens up new corners so i can dedicate more time to other things that are in front of me which i think is a sign of progress it's lest it's we're never going to have less to remember is just going to be different things that we have to remember so maybe artificial intelligence will just help us remember less in one aspect of human knowledge but that will give us more time to remember of the things again as we progress forward so i'm going to give you the 64 dollar quayle the'de blank check question and i give a of my guess if you've been listening if view if he had a limited amount of money and you wanted to create a resource of.

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"waugh" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"waugh" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"The law there's already probable cause you go in and a wreck and you would use the communist control acted 1954 is your basis i would i would do that um i would you be reco act um uh i would use the the uh petition on intriguing laws uh i would use on terror laws that were passed after two thousand than one uh there's there's a lot of laws that can be used against these people that are already on the book uh if nobody can or pay i mean from from all of waugh's these groups have broken no the leaders of these groups you know should be facing life in prison or the death penalty in some cases and uh you know but the swamp is if tho massive right now an in control the there but i mean from any of those tickets to charlottesville control i i believe that was a set up a my wrong no you're not wrong uh the the guy who uh led who started the unite the right movement that would be arlow that would that would be kessler that flirt jay flew kessler uh is they antigun proabortion pro obama um occupy believer huh uh and in total total plant uh and me the group and if people you know they they they they lump all of these white premise yeah there are white the premises in america yes there are not in america yet the kkk has like six thousand members nationwide it doesn't make them a threat uh the group that actually carried out the ramming a hat uh was vanguard america which is the you know neo nazi group and the guy who did it uh was you know i'm an elite oh the guy who did it was from here in mommy and you know he he was a mixed up he was a mixed up over emotional kid uh twenty years old heatedly no no no crap from a whole on the wall and you know he got mixed up in he was manipulated by some pretty dark people within that unite the right uh group carried out a attack out after the anti uh had begun lobbying tear gas into the into the group of unite the right uh and it was when the teargas started being lobbed from eight feet pau entity unite the right that was win the virginia state police uh backed off the.

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"waugh" Discussed on AWS Podcast

AWS Podcast

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"waugh" Discussed on AWS Podcast

"I mean we have a fundamental belief at local blow and that is and this might seem obvious but the company that we invest in belongs to the founders and we apart of the support team is not out business said the end of the day hallen his team had make the decision all we can do is given some of our experience and what we'd seen elsewhere i would definitely on the b two b in the two b camp in this discussion because i i guess i know that building a retail brand is a very different business from the skills that we had now it's not impossible for the business to acquire the skills and who knows overtime the know on may may become a great consume abroad but i'll strong feeling waugh's uh that we should build the business on the strength aww of the team and and that is undoubtedly in the technology and data in the in these b two b relations which you know we're evolving the uh the expertise to uh to exploit properly excellent and so robin what approach do you take when you think about engaging with startups and providing this kind of assistance in order approach do you take to ensure that you're providing the right advice at the right time is there a science to that or is that more perhaps of an art while we we have developed a methodologies a faddumi that but i i think it has to be customized in the same way as on may products or customize and personalize is nose onesizefitsall you come along with a formula i mean for me that just doesn't work and um i guess of what we like to think of a local globe as being is um.

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