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"zhu" Discussed on Mandarin Slang Guide
"Manner and slaying guide MSG. The Chinese learning podcast that tastes great and probably isn't all that bad for you. I'm Josh Allen Davis bringing you the words perspectives that aren't in your textbook. I'm very excited today to be joined by Special Guest John Ju- Hi John Hey Josh how you doing very well, how are you? I'm good. Thank you for inviting me on the show. It is my pleasure. You see John is good at a lot of things, strategic communication design writing web development but the reason I know who John Is, and the reason I'm excited to have him on the show that he's the host of the romance of the Three Kingdoms podcast and what he's done with the podcast has taken a very dense eight, hundred thousand word historical novel with about a thousand characters in it and On. A Herculean job of it into a podcast that's delightful and engaging and educational, and Hilarious to listen to, and it's kind of hard to overstate the extent to which the romance of the Three Kingdoms still influences modern Chinese language and culture. So on today's show, we'll be talking about some of the expressions and references that you might here in your everyday life that come from this novel but I John I really WanNa know what motivated you to take on the insane job of podcasting the entire romance of the Three Kingdoms Yeah sure So back in two, thousand, thirteen, my wife, and I became new parents. So. For that entire next year, we just had basically zero mental capacity to do anything. Really. You know intellectually stimulating think the most intellectually challenging thing we did was just sit on the couch and watch reruns of. The mid nineties, a Hercules legendary journeys. Show I won't knock that. That's great. Yeah. So but then by twenty fourteen. I had gone to a point where. Starting to get some of that mental energy bag and started Gallo restless wind pursue something a little more intellectually challenging. So I started thinking about what projects I could take on and I always been interested in podcasting medium started listening to podcasts in the early mid to thousands back when it was really a do it. Yourself have project right so always been trusted. that. So I thought about maybe do a podcast and then I start thinking about what can I do a podcast about just given my background. So I grew up in. China. spend the first ten years of my life in China before moves to the United States. So just given bad background and you know I thought maybe do something about Chinese culture and helps increase. American understanding of Chinese culture. But you know I'm not historian you know I'm not an expert in really anything you know makes two of US I suppose. Yeah I did grow up you know listening to. Great. Stories like three kingdoms in the water margin and leading them listening to them on the radio watching TV adaptations. So you kinda being immersed in them and so I thought maybe I could not tackle one of these novels and you know anyone who has ever picked up English translation of the romance of Three Kingdoms in particular they would know that it's very dense. It's gone ton of names. He will names place names not read like just a series of battles. and. It's hard to get into if you're not familiar with the story and the characters going in. So I thought a podcast may be a good way to help people get into the story in a more approachable fashion. Yeah. That's absolutely one of the things that I loved about it because when I read it in English, I hadn't started learning Chinese yet. So all these Pinon names and placenames they were impossible to keep straight. But I feel like even though I, read it cover to cover many years ago listening to you narrate it really helped me for the first time get really clear about who are these people what are they? Doing. Where are they?.
Why Do Some Noises Drive Me Crazy?
"You want to strangle people. Who Chew with their Mouth Open? I've been does this sound of slurping noodles drive you mad. What about chewing gum? Heavy breathing. Frequent sighing or chronic snoring does the sound of of flatware dragging and clinking across a plate. Fill you with UN ending rage if so you might just have Missa Fonje Sonja and you're not alone but what is it. There are still a lot of questions about this relatively new diagnosis. But we know that some sounds drive certain people people acutely bonkers and I am not talking about slate annoyances or just getting irritated. I'm talking about having certain sounds trigger powerful intense feelings ranging from panic anxiety to anger and yes even arousal if ordinary irritation would be three on a one one to ten scale than this stuff is more of a twelve or if you ask someone with a two million. The list of trigger sounds goes on on the PS. Like the sounds of Pop. Kiss noises plastic bags and even pouring water can all make missa phony sufferers. I furious so what exactly is going on here. The term missile fonje means hatred of sounds and it was made by two neuroscientist. Scientists Powell and Margaret Gesture. Bof Most experts believe that. Mississippi is a neurological problem. Rather than a problem with an individual's hearing System in two thousand thirteen doctor Judith. Krauthammer argued that the problem could be traced back to areas of the brain called the insular cortex in the anterior cingulate Cortex a dysfunctional assessment of neural signals in the brain triggers. This intense discomfort. Interestingly the enough these areas are also hubs for processing anger pain and sensory information. There are competing views of the causes of Misa Fonje August August are molar believes that dysfunction is in the central nervous system that it's hard wired and people and is a physiological abnormality rather than an auditory disorder. Powell gesture bov believes that people can't be born with miss a phony but that there might be genetic factor in the mix currently experts think it develops in late childhood and early adolescence and worsens over time missing. Phony is also often confused with other such as CD. phobic disorders or hyper accuses. People with hyper accuses are overly sensitive to certain frequencies or ranges of sound however if you have Missa Fonje the volume of your trigger. Sound probably doesn't matter. Miss Phone can develop from a range of possible oh factors in patients with other audio. Disorders can also develop the condition. According to audiologist Miriam Westcott tonight. A sufferers can also develop mischief over time Westcott argues that some causes for Misa phony may include an obsession with sounds that irritated or scared Zhu in childhood pointing to a possible psychological factor. So all right if we put all of this together than it seems that experts agree on a few things things. One people with Misa phony aren't just cranky jerks they have no control over their reaction to Misa Fonje develops over time and three. It may likely be caused by multiple factors and there's a little bad news at this point. There's no universally recognized and effective effective treatment for mischief so if the sound of snoring smacking and other mouth noises turns you into a monster. Then you'll be glad to. I know that research on continues as I'm speaking to you.
U.S. marshals say they’ve arrested Marine deserter charged in murder of mother’s boyfriend
"CBS is Jim crystalline now with an update on the a wall marine wanted for murder in Virginia the US marshal service as Michael Alexander brown has been arrested in Franklin County in southwestern Virginia the twenty two year old who deserted his post a capital Zhu North Carolina a month ago was being sought in connection with the fatal shooting of his mother's boyfriend in a small town outside Roanoke Virginia federal authorities received more than three hundred tips as they searched for the a wall
"zhu" Discussed on Triangulation
"Oh. We need this one python tasks on and i was like oh i'll i'll do it for like like basically no money. You know just like pay me. Whatever like i just want some experience so that's the first job was python coding yeah. That looks have been my second. Do you still like if you were going to sit down and and hack something together. Would you use python yeah so python. It also depends on what i'm doing. Definitely if i'm doing something that's like you know x._m. All parsing for which python has a very good like i would use python on <hes> you know my go-to choice. Surprisingly more and more has been no dot j. us really on just 'cause yeah 'cause. I know it really well. Having to write java chavez script a lot for my work and <hes> yeah and notes like not not that bad especially with like the latest java scrip- yes x. So whatever pretty reasonable language and you do you code in plain old java script you don't use type script or some other <hes> layer to protect you against the uh-huh well if i'm just like throwing together script for some something you know like a one off task. I'll definitely just use plain plane java script but <hes> yeah definitely for projects like brave and <hes> some extensions. I've worked on into pass like we use type square or we use <hes> google closure. Which is another type system yeah yeah. I actually <hes> really liked types. I'm kind of a bias towards functional programming because i'm going <hes> uh-huh person but <hes> i if you can do it if immutability is your friend yeah strong language well. That's the sad i'd sing like you know i mean i i was basic right. I'm sure it was basic. You know this was in the seventies. What else what else oh wow yeah what else are you going to and and then you have four not quite that old but yeah basic and then <hes> and then see which i really liked. I really liked to see that really attracted me and and i realized the thing i liked about c. Is something i still like about languages which is very simple language so the syntax doesn't get in your way so lately we have been muscle using lists for the same reason there's not there's very little syntax to <hes> and so it kind of gets out of your way and i look at stuff like java avenue c. plus plus and think i just too much typing. I don't wanna type that much anyway. Hey it's a great pleasure to talk to. You be crypt zehr. What's your when's your next concert. I think it's an october okay. You can find out by going to her. <hes> <hes> soundcloud site soundcloud dot com slash as e u k. I yeah yeah yeah. I love the music again do you <hes> are you sampling a lot. Do you create your own. <hes> loops <hes> yeah sample you know sample as looks are kind of a tricky thing because of copyright so there's a lot of songs here where i'm like. Oh that'd be great sample to you're like i'll get i'll get sued or like i won't be able to actually release this on any label because they can't. You can't use uncleared samples the way it is so you make all your arms then. I make a lot of stuff. There's also this great service now called splice which a lot of musicians us and it's kind of <hes> it's kind of a repository of royalty realty free sample nice. Yeah you can just search and like fines <hes> things inserting keys within certain categories etc..
"zhu" Discussed on Triangulation
"Ago. She was out of prison but they a grand jury. Jury has been subpoenaed to testify against julian assange the creator of wikileaks and she's refused to do so and so she is in prison for contempt <hes> and perhaps for another year as long as another year but she you know what i have to admire her integrity because i'm sure after you know you. He's been a few years in in military prison. You don't wanna go back. Oh yeah for sure she she didn't like. I mean it's it's obviously like she didn't she doesn't want to be back in prison but she just believes in our principles very strongly which is a very admirable thing and and <hes> yeah she's willing to go overthrew krizan for another year to make a point in what she believes <hes> i. It's such a pleasure to talk to. You and i and i don't want to focus on gender but i think one of the reasons we wanted to get you on is so that young women could see that there is a path in technology for them and that <hes> and that there's there's a way that you can survive in what was i hope i'm gonna say was. That's a little hopeful. A male dominated profession and are there many many other women doing what you do on the extra quite a bit so pretty i mean it's not like you know completely gender equal but there are a lot of people who aren't men there and that's a good community good and it's the and you feel a safe community <hes> yeah i mean like i said i feel like i kind of have a biased view of this because i am pretty involved in defcon. <hes> actually helped picked talks for them nice so yeah so it might just be like you know safe for me because everyone knows me and it's a privilege we call it a zookeeper uh-huh <hes> yeah no. I think that's good. I'm really <hes> hopeful for all of this. Do you think the code academies in the the hour of code and that kind of thing you think that's a good place for people to start <hes> if they want to. I i got a question on the weekends. Somebody's <hes> call my radio show and said i wanna i wanna learn how to program graham. Where should i start <hes>. I've never done one but the people i know who have done them have <hes> most of them who finished have been pretty successful asphalt yeah yeah. It seems like a good. You probably learned like i did just kind of haphazardly picking up i i i've read like maybe one book on chavez script and started doing side projects again basically talked people and giving me like part-time part time jobs for a couple years. You gotta hustle so you were able to get worked pretty quick. <hes> yeah probably just through like having a few friends who are starting companies so one of my earliest jobs. Actually i think my earliest paid coding job. <hes> or or a software engineering job was just 'cause a friend of mine had a three person company and they're like oh..
"zhu" Discussed on Triangulation
"From their internet stream so that they can drink from a pure stream of information and the rest of us just have to suffer with unknown sources. Yeah i mean people like <hes> my friend aviv ov- idea who actually coined the term erm information apocalypse as far as i know has <hes> have have been thinking about this future where it's so easy to create fake pictures fake video mako acl legitimate looking news site <hes> people who have control over like these fake news generating tools just have control over people's minds unlike their beliefs about reality so if you want to live in a world where people like okay you know care about the truth and try to like actually believe in the truth how do you how do you make that you have to have some way of teaching people like this is fake and this is real so you've considered. Maybe a browser extension. <hes> you know. I haven't really thought about this question. I think it's one of those things where like wow. That's sounds like an intimidating. It is and you know we talk about this a lot on our show this week in google because jeff jarvis is a as a journalism professor and this is a this is an issue. I think you say that in future but i think the future he's here <hes> between deep fakes and and you know i mean it's very hard to determine when you're reading something whether there's truth or not in it and i think increasingly that's just doesn't matter and i'm worried about what the world would be like when that happens. They may what may happen is that just nobody trust the internet at all ever which would be sad that'd be sent to i think that'd be kinda sad and in a weird way like kind of liberating because you because if someone posts you know something bad about you and they're just trying to like <hes> like make you look bad then you can say like oh. You know what stages fakes this video of me. You know punching someone. I'm on the face <hes> so yeah it does give a little bit more plausible deniability especially for people who are being harassed on the internet they can say like this photo of mortis video. The of muse <unk> a deep fake. You know but it's true so don't trust anything yeah. I don't trust anything. Let me ask you about chelsea manning. You've known her for some time and number of times yeah. I've known her since two thousand nine or two thousand ten yeah. She's back in the ops. This makes me so sad. She's in prison and told she's going to be there. Another year. I think yeah i think up to a year. <hes> you know i think at least this time it's take time limited but yet still still majorly socks and it's it's very very disappointing inside. So what you i mean understanding in your friends but what's your what's your take. Some people say oh you know she. She was a whistle blower. Some people say no she released. You know really sensitive data to the public public <hes>. What's your take on on chelsea. <hes> i mean for sure i think she is a whistleblower like she did. What she believed was the right right thing. <hes> i think people are critical of like the way she did it but i think her heart was in the right place and <hes> that video radio she released like really did make a no kidding this is this is what wikileaks really became important. It's become census become important for versus reasons but that was the first time i'd heard of wikileaks. Was this collateral damage video. <hes> that chelsea experts rated that showed u._s. Drones being used to kill civilians to kill journalists and weren't there was a devastating video <hes> yeah yeah yeah and i have a friend who actually grew up in a war zone and he told me like when he saw that video that just <hes> a completely completely blew his mind because it was the first time he had seen something <hes> that the whole world will seem where it really accurately represented what his life was the war. I think it opened our so she was court martialed convicted <hes> under the espionage espionage act spent several years in prison. Her sentence was commuted by president obama couple of years ago..
"zhu" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Is going to school to Zhu he is locked in Matt is Freddie Freeman hitting one on one Freddie Freeman hitting one oh one can carry a call there from Fox Sports south great great great redemption there by Freddie Freeman after again going over for eight dollars a couple of nights well you know what he was upset I think you Kerry might be the best announcer in Atlanta chip Kerry so darn good he sounds amazing on is called and that's no knock to anyone because I know a lot of your play play by play guys added conte is excellent with United and dorm is one of the best play by play guys in the NFL I think a lot and home is great with the hawks shift caring chose wisely very wide one now that that set a bad bad old white chip Kerry makes baseball really fun and you listening to him on foxsports Saudi watchers well when they get it hit me you know he's pumped about I don't know I just really really like kids you get to Kerr any sounds really well that's why I want to pray that it play that out Freddie Freeman little bit of audio there to conclude are you over low to get top five sounds from the day here in Atlanta coming up here about six minutes one end audio overload lets you do are one to replace of the day were actually use one of my let's go and do the Mike Griffith interview from dog nation the agency dog nation yesterday as we get into what he saw from the Georgia Bulldogs second fall scrimmage on Saturday which is a lot the wide receiver group how did they look at check from look and also the AP top twenty five poll came out Georgia three okay with that you know we'll talk to my gravity again one of the authorities in terms of the Georgia Bulldogs that's coming up your other one replay of the day and then all the news you can lose to close out the show we're cruising here right down yet right in the right here we still live a local for the next forty minutes you're inside.
"zhu" Discussed on Channel 955
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"zhu" Discussed on 1075 KZL
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"zhu" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source
"Zhu on rush there's only one man who would dare you either raspberry wait we have something to aspire to them and in view nearby the what it is printed but now been discussing the issues that matter to you don't give yourselves the fruit men who despise you when you tell you ought to think of what a view don't give yourselves studies unmik roman binding and real answers abusing logic and the reason the greatest trick the devil of a full was convinced in the world he didn't exist i get it i swear i've seen a lot of stuff in my life but fast was of course colorful paul let's dudes now here's your host of rushed to reason john bonner bolton mom i know while saving burning through tomorrow morning and at is finally friday last hour of the week we will vote the lines anything you want to talk about we are here for u3 o three four seven seven fifty six senator john rush andy paid party a choice charlie grimes handling the ah engineering side of the fence anything you want to talk about we are here lines are open again 3034715150 fifty six hundred so andy something we want to talk about today that we didn't get to in the last hour is a uh the memo the memo the faisal memo it's finally i was released what do you think you know i didn't read a everything about it i just read bits and pieces this afternoon as much as i could in between you know get ready for everything else i had to do and what i would say is from what i've read when i picked up on and what i've read i should say didn't read the entire memo or anything along those lines but from what i have read it's basically confirming what we've always thought in that is that the fbi was essentially working for the democrat party yes in essence the the big thing is this is that you have to let me put it this way that is being advanced by the memo loose no question this memo however was written by republicans all right and so the question is what is the background because you know we all we can look at as a fourpage mammal right now we don't have all the background detail and supportive documentation in evidence saying whether or not this is actually true if.
"zhu" Discussed on WNVZ Z104
"Zhu for his own gun no no no money down a bull long treads town of invader through lack of legal aid only rules on he was only john j we build business riina megan worn klinkel's rang digits really on me i was getting more three mile lien bag nbn oh god zinni men say my name one the day for however this brings dude i would like to win stuff are these tickets go on sale today right yet later on the show is more sturdier that he of the coliseum it's kevin heart the irresponsible to the why all right so that's what you're playing for this week at if you don't win the tickets for us either win tomorrow or you can buy those tickets later today okay so the way that we're giving away these tickets is playing a game called talking about care of and this is a famous person talking about kevin heart all you got to do is listen to this person tell us which means person this is talking about kevin heart and if you think you know it is call us at four seven three one four five color 104 with the correct answer here we go cabins been on the cover of a man yes look at he's got a good body i've got i've got a body that is is more attainable let's one word for and against our who was talking about kevin hardy of a guess four seven three one ofor5 color one.
"zhu" Discussed on Alice @97.3
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"zhu" Discussed on WNVZ Z104
"Zhu frizzell god no multiple language trade fair the bathe and rely on thirty eight kedo me on the joanna gaines business reno megan loan one thing calls rang nearly on me i was getting more larr my the bag on that soon event man zinni demand the magazine.
"zhu" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"If she wants to discuss it further give horror number zhu sulu is exactly okay but now is the point in the show where we like to educate you on some other things namely science for example bradley gaming disorder it's a real thing oh hold on i can't find out where do they go all right thank you already know and i said could be lau all the arena then i'll be so i heard this over the weekend this was kind of big news gaming disorder is now actually classified as a real life disease in the two thousand eighteen international classification of diseases gaming disorder has made the list and what it really means is that people who are affected with gaming disorder show addictive behaviors that are similar to a distant addictive behaviors that we see with i alcoholics and drug addicts okay and for example so like here will be some examples right so like an addiction is something that gets in your way of your ability to live your life right so for people who are afflicted by this gaming this gaming addiction or i'm sorry what are the calling it gaming gaming order they would maybe wake up in the first thing that they would think about in the morning would be playing video games they would not be able to focus on their daily tasks because they're more concerned with the video game um people who are addicted to gaming don't have the capability or desire or ability to stop and they are this is a thing that they are absolutely officially able to diagnose people with now does that surprise you at all no absolutely not and i have for uh i think we talked about this on the morning show us we quick i specifically have avoided buying a gaming console because i had one of my 20s and i spent way too much time playing games and i'm like i don't want not that there's anything wrong like especially if your kid and stuff i think they can be really helpful i don't think gaming is like all bad but as as a you know fullfledged adult i don't want to get to the end of my life and be like i am so glad i spent all that time playing tomb raider who shiny mnoth they still have but that's what i played my 20s so i understand that it can be addictive i mean.
"zhu" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Zhu odds round their land oh man m b who say i'm giving you just dan the new zilya sure now now amanda nunes no eight no yeah felt slows down dole had shown.
"zhu" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
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"zhu" Discussed on The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino
"Scott papadopoulos we can all we can't show he was sent me at a basic here he had no meeting with the russians hacked khufra shoots at the trump team zhu said no ho wherever i dare go borja oh i'm cried right now seriously we need a dittocam in here i'm crying because i i can't believe that there is a large swath of america a country i love i mean i deeply love that there is a large swath of america that are so dumb that they actually believe this tender like kind of trump jr we kadam he tmd direct message for you liberals out there are no use twitter that means ikea it's a private message on twitter wiki leaks the m them all by car and he answered them and he disclosed their out by the way down junior ticket actually sent out on twitter his the arabs with wikki reach kanu lucian cold tip me well even like hardcore democrats are like well thought look good but there's really no collusion your whole stories collusion napoli pm to wikileaks joe oh my gosh i can't take it anymore how about but this sniffles are not my i'm legitimately crying right now because this stuff is like it's so vital laugh i'm going to break down i'm a i'm going to put the bloomberg peace against my you know in a better judgment in the show notes up on gino dot com and of course if you sign up for the mls they'll email tear but why you to read it and seriously even to the dopey dem's out there i want you to read it with an open mind.
"zhu" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang
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"zhu" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Resembled you wanna zhu linked to your blog road the jews standard blog anchor text customize it to include key words that indicate where you blogs about for instance in his jews hope spots marketing blog you can do that show some of the symbols of your work links it allows you to add varieties of media media's videos in images documents links presentations to the summary education and experience sections of your profile so you can actually have a powerpoint presentation in your a experience section or in your summary section you can have photos that you've made or whatever's your photographer documents that you written in saw at remove in rearrange entire sections of the profile you do not have to have the skills of endorsement in there if you don't wanna it you get rid of that it's it's mostly useless anyways took advantage of saved searches did you know that linked it allows users to save up to ten job searches and three people searches after conducting a search click the save search option on the topright and allows you to see that searched easily running again later if you find yourself doing this seem search over and over and over again sued results social time quickly convert linked to improve profile into a resume the number resume builder tool in formats in seconds climate jobs drew linked his job postings you can view that events that's easy easy pickens during those endorses you talked about the methods becomes useless the the thing that i'm relieved his recommendations it's a it's a big deal there how to use linked up for professional networking of business working used both in profile to send messages to people you're not connected to cut off it just got better you know what i'm gonna keep us germs is going a little bit longer stay with us if you've got questions surreal three six three two forty one sixty how to.