35 Burst results for "Zero Percent"
Destructive wildfires rage in New Mexico, Colorado
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New wildfire prompts evacuations in Northern California
"Crews are working to protect giant sequoia trees from wildfires in California's Sierra Nevada governor Gavin Newsom says one big wildfires in the K. and P. complex zero percent percent contained thirty three thousand acres just this complex over the years the area around the big trees had controlled fires to burn away vegetation Christy Brigham with sequoia and kings national parks says the bases are also wrapped in fire resistant material these are all fired up well this is very what if there's air in here so far only one big tree has been damaged giant forest has two thousand sequoias and includes the general Sherman the largest tree in the world by volume I'm a Donahue
"zero percent" Discussed on Sports Gambling Podcast
"Thursday night game squeezed in here. Ucf at homeland. Five and a half minus two twenty on the money. Line boise state. Plus one seventy five out this game gonna stay not top twenty five just had repeated thir thirteen games for this the game a week while sixty eight and a half total really is. Here's the difference. Georgia clemson look georgia. Clemson's the best game as far as teams. But it's irrelevant either. Team that loses the playoff boise state. Ucf the team. The team that loses has zero shot of the new year six. You could argue that the you know. Probably they close to zero percent chance to make the playoff. yeah. I'm saying for the new year six even that i. Maybe maybe. What do you mean cincinnati. I know what i'm saying. I think. Cincinnati i i was saying the winner carries that on sure i mean. Ucf gotta play. Cincinnati and boise used to play like oklahoma state in the whole mountain west later. So i think it's a more high stakes game for their season. I'm on. I'm on boise state and i think andy avalos coming there. This is a guy that recruited a lot. A lot of that football team was there a couple of years ago organ where he degrade things at oregon state actually has defense and i don't think he can really say that for ucf. And and i think boise state can keep up with them. Offense wise plus normally going from boise down central florida. That's a tough travel. But i mean it's week one so i don't think that's going to be a will be lit. Yeah plays will be lit. And maybe i'm overlooking the the home field here. But i think five and a half Every time i've driven from The atlantic side of florida to tampa area through the orlando area. And you pass. Ucf you're really. This is where ucf is like swampland. Farm country and florida. I i mean. I think again super public team. Ucf getting all the money probably what caused the spread to be where it is boise state. I mean i i guess. What is it. The coach narrative is that what peop- why are people sour on this team. Aren't they on a neutral site. The better team. It's arguable built. Something really good. A gimmick. Yeah they got a little you gimmicky football to them. So i think i think this is a rare mid major. That can kind of come with. I mean boise. Make statements and a lot of these games. I mean you were a group of five plus. Yeah they've they've made statements asked georgia. The last time is scheduled boise state. Ask virginia tech the last time this state or florida state of the grandmother cowboys offense coordinator. That's how old i am. Yeah boise state. That's the point boise state. All right three Everyone load up the dogs. Lsu lane three as they had to pass it in california square off against the ucla bruins. I've even seen some three and a half here in the wild. Ucla plus one fifty dog all over ucla. I thought maybe they were looking ahead past the hawaii game. Lsu deal with a lot of issues they. They're they're practicing in houston right now and again. I'm i'm just not super high on lsu as a program as team ucla. They gotta be feeling great. After destroying hawaii they have to travel cannot air it got that warm up game out of the way. And it's cute to say like oh. Hey not not a big deal. They beat hawaii. But that same person might have been telling you. Hey luka out it's a look ahead spot so was an impression on me. No impression of like you're you know mainstream tau guy Mainstream talk is going to stay on the show. I think a little bit. But yeah i mean i think i think it's impressive to show up to a spotlight that it shows you. That chip kelly has this team focus. Because it's an absolute look ahead spot so for them to roll it out. Cover the spread By two ex. No reason why you don't take him here because again we're why why. Why is their hype around this lsu team because the roster's really good coach oga paid. He got divorced. He's out running shirtless and crushing pussy. Hold that tiger. I don't i don't like i get. They have talent sometimes. Teams can have talent. Just not good. All the time less mile showed us that all almost all the time man Look at miami the twenty years I'm on the bruins soon. If you listen to the college football experience all offseason we've been calling this one forever. Ucla's gonna win this one on the money line. I i like what chip kelly's got there. I even think he kept it vanilla as far as etr against hawaii. So i think he'll have a much better day and Give me the bruins man. We'll be there. Come on out and if you are in the area come We're going to set up a tailgate. A little operation given out a couple of beers. Come say what's up and maybe shocking a beer with us another thing another status the When the sec's played at the pac twelve they have a losing record in the past. Ten years I mean again. I think you know there. It's a generally when when athletes have something else that they're thinking about they're not performing at peak level. And you say what you will about are you talking about. Athletes are coach. Oh because i did coach. Oh just thinking about all that tiger tail. He's getting down on the by. Just think you know you've got this hurricane situation going. Certainly people are have something going on. That isn't just football. So if nothing else they come in with a distraction probably what's moved the line from four three and a half down to three honestly because people are like well shit. I'm gonna take this locked in. Ucla team against the lsu team that we have no idea where we're going to see what happened last year to start the season. Everyone's like language holiest day. They were the the whole in the armor that thought made everyone think the area and my dominate the sec. I mean so. Coach is not exactly a guy who's like ready ready five minutes early. Tom coughlin style. Now yeah he he's. He's he's the guy asking the teacher for extra time tiger his homework the fcs. I'm on the fcc. When are we doing that show. Because i got i got it over on the college experience here. We go to delaware football. Come on we got stola benowitz back in the program. Can i ask you question. How the fuck did we do. Thirteen games and.
Ron DeSantis Has Given Republicans a Blueprint on How To Win
"Rhonda santa's who's phenomenal has given all of us a blueprint on how to win. I know i'm way over time. But i'm just gonna okay. Yeah so a blueprint on how to win rhonda santa's band critical race theory. He has signed an anti rioting bill. He has refused to close down schools. No mass mandates no vaccine mandates and zero percent income tax corporately zero percent and anytime the media comes after him he punches back twice as hard and so rhonda has showed us that there can be a new era of republican leadership that there can be a new type of republican and guess what florida's not a comfortably republican state at least never used to be you know what's amazing with every new measure. He puts in republican florida. Becomes more republican. Here's here's the amazing thing is that people actually want leadership democrats included is that rhonda scientists implement something and two weeks later. Life is actually really nice in florida like this guy. I know that's a weird thing for republicans to here is that people actually can be led to follow republican pilots. Not everything is all of a sudden set in stone and rhonda santa's has the missing ingredient. Which is
How Team Retreats, Even Virtual Ones, Can Build A Strong Work Culture
"Now. Building strong culture in your business is huge. Because this will allow you to motivate your team members. Even when you're not washing those people will go to work every day. Working hard for your business. That doesn't happen by accident. The happens by design. You have to actually build that culture you have to instill the culture and it takes a lot of time a lot of work one of the things. That speeds up that process that reinforces. It makes a super strong. It's kind of like a booster shot is a team retreat because you're spending a condensed amount of time with people doing a lot of activities stepping out of your normal work routine doing things for fun doing things to get to know each other. You build bonds you built connections and that culture becomes even stronger and stronger and it happens very quickly. This is what. I love team retreats. Now this is incredibly powerful in person. But it doesn't mean just because you can't do it in person. You shouldn't do it at all and this is the conclusion we came up with. We went on a virtual tree because we know. A virtual tree is better than no retreat. It's not the same we know. We're not as some exotic location. You know sipping cocktails in front of a beautiful pool. You know doing fun activities in person whether that's atv being or bike riding in a rice patty whatever it is all that stuff sounds amazingly fun and doing it over a video call is just not the same i get it but even if i get fifty percent of the results i get from a in person or tree. That fifty percent of the result is better than zero percent. This is really drove nicole night to say. Let's do a virtual tree now. What does that even look like. So you can't just treat your virtual treats like a real life in prison retreat because it's just not the same so what we're doing is we're actually just running a retreat week and we're not doing the retreat the whole week. We're actually going to carve out a couple of sessions every day three days a week. It's going to be retrea week and we're going to take time off our busy schedule. Everybody in the company for few days that we to do this retreat. Do these retrea activities which are fun which are team building which will also be informative where we'll talk about the future of the company and what's coming down the line but also have a lot of fun doing team building activities having dinners having parties getting to know each other and because we're we're growing team there are new team members at join all the time and we need to get to know them. We got some old hands on our team and they're great but they need to get in on the new peoples
"zero percent" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"Isn't i can't do this because i'm under emotional pressure so this might be an argument for trans women in the olympics. I did actually on that point. It kind of ties in with the excellent point that united ru the head of the olympics broadcasting agency said this year unlike yours in the past. We're not gonna focus the camera angles on the women's bodies. 'cause that's wrong. We shouldn't be looking at the women's bodies. I thought you know. These are the most beautiful exquisitely sculpted people the men and the women for that matter like on earth that we send them all. They're like zero percent zero percent body. Fat this goes back to ancient greece that these people are physical specimens. And we're not allowed to marvel at that anymore. Actually that level of excellence marveling. Because i think that the entire i said this about the the victoria secret models and they removed the angels from the catalog and everyone was like well. This is good because these incredibly physically fit you know. Genetically unbelievable specimens of humanity shouldn't be models. I thought well no. That's what a model if we call someone a model. It's not the same. The word doesn't mean the same thing is when we say that we have a model train. A model train is a miniature replica of something much larger when we used the word model for someone who is a fashion model. We're actually saying that. They are the ideal form racial. It's aspirational and athletes are aspirational. We watch athletes because we want not. Because i can't do what they do. Is the people on twitter. Like how dare you say that. She did the wrong thing. You could never do half of what she does. of course. i can't do have a what she does. The reason that we send people up to do these things and represented country by doing them is because we we aspire to. It's not that. I wanna be tom brady. I don't wanna. I don't care about football enough to be tom brady. I don't have any of the capabilities of tom brady. I don't have the discipline of tom brady. But in some way when i engaged with the sport tom brady represents an idealized form of of what humans can achieve and that is part. That's part of his job..
Whitney Wolfe Herd on Starting a Business
"What knee welcome back. And thanks for coming on the show. Thank you so much guys so now. We are going to jump in with our lightning round questions quick answers. This is our warm up first job on your resume. You know what. I worked at a boutique in college. But my first real job was taking on this marketing role at hatch. Labs which is where we incubated in launch gender. That's a good first job all right most recent job then mom. Why is a secret hobby or scale. You have photography really kind of photography. I was obsessed with travel photography. I was convinced. I was going to be a natural photographer but those dreams did not come true. Finish the sentence. What best describes your work day working nine till blank. I would say my workday really starts. I opened my eyes. And before i go and get my child i really start. You know trying to get through the important stuff and then take probably our to be with baby. You do the breakfast time to that whole thing. And then i'm pretty much back to back for several hours but i'm trying to get away from the all day zoom so we can have creative freedom time. What time do you tend to dislike. Like i'm done for the day. It honestly depends. It really depends sometimes sometimes three thirty sometimes. Eight thirty. it just depends. Are you an inbox zero percent. You know i used to be but it was driving me. Crazy was in impossible standard. Told myself to. I try to be inbox like thirty five forty percent. That's actually where. I tend to be so now that but the last thing you googled took good questions. Look oh my gosh. I googled how to wean your child off of a pacifier.
Q&A: How to Fund Rehabs and Renovations
"Today's question comes from shanty long and shanties question is we're about to close in a duplex in. It's going to need anywhere between six thousand to ten thousand dollars in repairs. What are some options for funding this rehab so ash. I'll let you go first narconon chime in with my thoughts afterwards. Okay the first thing. I thought of when i was reviewing this question was credit cards. So what did you say. It was six to ten thousand. They're looking to spend with that amount. You could easily get a credit card. Usually for that amount of money and there are so many credit cards out there that will do zero percent interest. So what this means. Is you start buying materials supplies with the credit card at lowe's home depot wherever your hardware store is to get your materials or even online new use credit card to pay and the credit card will usually give you zero percent interest so all you have to do is make a minimum payment every month which can be if you have ten thousand dollars on their. Depending on the interest rate you could probably be paying ninety dollars a month is the minimum payment towards the card. So what your strategy here is to get a card that has that zero percent interest for as long as you're going to be doing the rehab and until you can refinance so for example. Some of the cards will do it for eighteen months. And hopefully your rehab and your refinances completed by then so that you can pay off the credit card before you're actually charged interest on those payments and you're just making that minimum payment which is actually going towards your balance and not towards interest. So i think that is one of the greatest tools that you can actually use and you can find the zero percent interest credit cards on the business side or in your personal name to. Yeah no. that's great advice actually and especially at that dollar amount right sixty thousand you said. It should be not too big of an obstacle for most people to get approved for for something around that loan limit. I think something else to consider and shaun tait didn't really share. What the potential rv or the purchase price of this property is but i mean at six thousand dollars you could also try and borrow money from a family member from a friend and say hey. Loan me ten thousand dollars. I'm gonna fix up. This property wants it's done. I'm going to be able to pull out forty thousand dollars. Whatever the number is. And then. I'll be able to give you a return on your money
CNN. Tesla Sales Rise Despite Problems With Chips and China . 34 Mins Ago
"Everybody power here and stay. We have quite a full slate to go through on the final day of tesla's second quarter. I cannot believe we are already heading into q. Three time flies today. We're talking about testing closing out. The quarter emptying showrooms today and delivering the first long range model s.'s. so we've seen the plaid deliveries. We've now got long range model hostelries as well i we've also got enormous chiming in a sort of last comments before q. To closes out news from hong kong. That's pretty interesting. An update on possible. Ev us federal tax credits. Some news on tussle energy Ruling on in ohio. On volkswagen and some news from canada on electric vehicles. So we'll start off with the stock. You're today tesla. Finishing down fifteen hundreds of a percent sixteen hundred zero percent to you. Six hundred seventy nine dollars seventy cents compared to the nasdaq pretty much right in line with where tesla was relatively quiet day. The nasdaq finishing down around that level. As well so as i said i long range deliveries here for the new model s. A great to see those get out. We had seen tesla stockpiling some vehicles at fremont on. It seems like some of those are finally now being delivered here on the final days of the quarter. Uh so congratulations to the new long range model s. owners and i've definitely heard some other reports of people getting plaid deliveries scheduled even for tonight. So tesla as usual going right up until the wire For the the quarter so we went through deliveries And production forecasts yesterday. I just wanted to provide a couple of updates on that. So we've been kind of tracking the sessile shanghai accounts As we've gone through the historical information shared by this account at has at times been relatively accurate. So that's why i've been sharing it. We're kind of following it throughout the quarter anyway. A few days ago this account had reported that key to sales were locked down sixteen percent. Well apparently they're not locked because now we've got a second update here today saying you it's s. q. On sales here. But the referring to sales in china being down eleven percent only and of course that's just domestic deliveries tesla has grown exports in jinan q. to So total production. In china in shanghai is going to be up but domestic deliveries may be down this account saying down eleven percent
"zero percent" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast
"Unfortunate No we do bring up. cunanan this episode because there were just people allegations saying thought. Tim was involved in that. Because a lot of the cunanan related conspiracy theories have to do with sex trafficking and abuse cetera. So we do talk about this. And you know we hope it goes without saying but we are not cunanan supporters. We do not agree with any of like. I feel like every time you bring it up. You have to say that i know you have to denounce it and honestly it's like i there's zero percent part of me that wants to laugh about this conversation but that part makes me laugh laugh in my face but this is kind of the. Yeah it they go that far. Yes so if you say the word cunanan you don't deny as well it's like so you believe aguirre cunanan supporter and it's just such a. It's almost like so cheap. You know but listen like this is what's what's troubling to me. Is that so in these cue in on the conspiracy theories blah blah blah. You know so much is ridiculous and then there's like this sliver of truth. Which is that sex trafficking exists for sure so because it is talked about under this guise of a crazy conspiracy theory people are like sex trafficking doesn't exist and it's like what and then there's that connection from with tim ballard and and oh you are rescued too. Cue went on because they just make that correlation and like it's so it's so maddening because if that is in any way preventing him and his team and organization from rescuing children around the world from sex trafficking slave labor from organ harvesting lake. It's just yeah. Mike fuck that i.
"zero percent" Discussed on KFC Radio
"It's like like again. That's that's when i went to the ultimate you can't do teach three. Yeah pre qena. Like i was listening to a priest. Teach me how to be married like bro. The fuck do you know about. This is literally. Nobody knows anything. There is no book there is no. It's like like they say like. Oh we only know about x. amount of the ocean. Yeah and we only about x. Amount of the brain how it works. We don't zero percent about how relationships work. There's no one everything we've ever learned about relationships. Is i guess a priest or it's just tv shows. We like yeah. That's the only way we ever learn about how to work. Well like what we saw with the what we strive for is a literal fantasy. And that's why i didn't. I blame society in general for not ever being honest about your relationships and shit guys are always lying about like how much sex. They're having. Girls are always lying about their boyfriends. Do nice things for them or or how much money they have or where they they're instagram's are fake. Their stories are fake. So everybody's kind of like. Oh man like me and my girlfriend. don't do that like faulk. it's like they don't do it either. They're lying and then also on top of it everybody's relationship stories don't really matter because they're one of one you know what i mean. So yeah you're not going to apply to me in my like about you and nobody applies to anybody. But i think the the basic thing is almost like there's got to be some basics that are like bake bake your baker like. I don't know you can't bake not like individual cake. That i just had wing. We can kinda replicate it or we can follow some rules or some but knowing roles. There aren't rent. But i think things like that. I think like you can always bang on the fact that for the most part girls will want date up or date..
"zero percent" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"Ninety percent or including children eighty percent. Why would you include children with zero percent. And there's not h not some kind of a similar transmission because it's about the injection it says even if deliveries of vaccines make it possible to reach that then and they maintain a rate of six hundred thousand injected doses per day by di dino a dynamism interesting word elegant later of the coverage of will come up against the obstacle of reluctant people and people opposed to vaccination you me the importance of these. Two recalcitrant categories being currently estimated at fifteen percent for each of them so says extension of sar see to vaccination to adolescence and children should be considered as soon as vaccines vaccine. Protocols are approved why you see because it's not about it's about a number it's about getting people trying to get as many groups that can come out. Everyone take this. We need to get to eighty percent. Why that's not. This is not about her immunity. If we haven't even proven this thing create the antibodies they need and in fact. It's shown you clearly that kids have higher adverse events in regard to antibodies that it's pretty hit or miss if at all even been verified and we know that we just said the natural causes even better if not forever. This brings to mind the conversation. We just had with whitney as well. Like i want to ask an honest question about whether this is something a little more severe of various we talked about the idea of artificial intelligence and failing to reach the singularity which is something they. They're actually trying to do. Of course the great reset and everything else. Which is argument is that they haven't been able to reach the machine learning capabilities that could reach the reach that point because of the way it works with the internet. There's a lot of garbage. Ask yourself this based on all the we're gonna talk about at the end. The idea about the smart dust in the the ability to mesh and transmit amongst other outside entities. Is it not possible. That what we're doing with these injections is building some kind of mesh network amongst individual humans. I know this sounds crazy to people but realized the reality especially we get to the end which still sneak peek here about something or was it. Ain't here drug delivery. Al particles giving neurotransmitter passports to cross the blood brain barrier or the idea of being able to control remotely your brain and behavior..
The Bare Bones HUD for Tourneys and Anonymous Sites
"So the barebones hud has seven elements to it. I'm gonna hit them each one at a time right now but i forgot to mention this earlier before the combat if you go to the show notes page for today smart booker said dot com slash bare bones hud. You can see a youtube video. That i posted there showing exactly how to create the seven element hood for yourself already. So the first element is the note editor now. This is in poker tracker for the no editor is super important because it's necessary for color coating your opponents by player type once you make some kind of read on them also in case you want to put a player note for when you're reviewing hands later on that note editor is important and lastly within the note editor if you've never actually opened up and take a look or taken a look. There is an auto notes feature that list. The hands that your opponent has shown down and how they played them pre flop did they three bit with pocket kings did they call with pocket kings. Whatever might be now. The second element is the player name now of course this is especially useful for tournaments when players. Come and go right as you're playing. You're paying attention to the action or paying attention to another table. Maybe and you might miss that. Bob one-two-three he left the table and is replaced by susan. Seven eight nine but that hud sometimes doesn't catch up for one or two hands so it's a really good idea to see that name. Make sure they correspond when they do. You know those hud stats belong to that player and now you can make some reads based on the base on the percentages to exploit them all right. The third element is the number of hands. Of course the more hands you have on a player just the more reliable. The numbers are in general. I think that reliability kind of begins at eighteen hands. If you're playing six. Max that's three orbits or flooring to orbits right so everybody has seen every position at least twice or three times. You start to develop reads right there. I'm not saying it's one hundred percent reliable. But that's where it begins. Eighteen hands two. Or three rounds. However you can start to understand your opponent after just four hands. Truly if they're v. Pippen forehands is one hundred percent. You're likely against a lose player right likely. Not one hundred percent sure but it's pretty close loose play right. There played for hands out of the four that you've seen them and being dealt if there is zero percent in twelve hands very likely a tight player now. Let's couple this with some other stuff right. If they're veep hip in four hands is one hundred percent. And you're thinking to yourself sky. That's not good enough to know that he's a loose player. Well what if you've been paying attention and you've seen those forehands where he v pipped two times. He called a to bet the two other times he limped and called a raise. Yeah now that you couple the actual actions. They've made with that one. Hundred percent v pip. You are up against super loose and passive fish and it's only been four hands but here's one of the critical things you've got to be willing to change any early. Read that you make. Because as you play more hands their stats are gonna converge to their actual tendencies. And maybe that's around fifty sixty hands or so and anything beyond that one hundred two hundred and you get yet. You're pretty darn certain that those numbers are they're tendencies and you can really start to exploit it then all right. So those first three things were elements not statistical elements but just useful parts of the hud. These next two right here are where the stats start in. These two are the most critical stats to have v. pip and pf are now these an initial read on their player type over time. Like i said everyone's tendencies play out and the numbers converge and you can be pretty confident that that forty slash five player. Yeah super loos fish right the other eighteen slash six team player totally tied aggressive. That's probably what your stats end up in the long run and that other guy thirty three slash twenty-seven yeah super loose aggressive player. Right and that other player even the maniac fifty slash forty two you have super maniacal player now by knowing their player type and just using. Epfr to get you that you can better play the player with your list of general exploits that you know work against each player type
Simple Lifestyle Changes to Prevent Alzheimer's and Dementia With Dr. Dean Sherzai
"One of the most interesting statistics. I've heard you talk about. Is the effectiveness of what the companies have been able to do and the effectiveness of certain types of exercise. Can you share with us. What is it we need to know. So i was part of the biggest clinical trials in the world that ucsd which was the number one neuroscience program at nih in an at columbia mind everywhere and after four hundred studies that worked on mice. Those poor mice. I was part of those. Da teams that cut their heads off and then we studied. It's terrible after all. Those studies are success. Rate has been zero. We have zero drug that does zero percent in slowing down or stopping disease. Now we have gloves that affect the symptoms era seven but even the pharmaceutical companies don't claim that it slows the disease so zero after billions and billions of dollars and all these experimentation yet and now these nutraceutical companies. You know the blue jellyfish pill and this and that they're making hundreds of millions of dollars on zero data and why because some young guy was able to buy their right. You are oh and do the right trademark and then just put some things together and sell it as a good name because it has targeted or cognition or neuro in it. So it works. Here's what works harvard eddie. Large wealth power incredibly. Well done study if you walk. A brisk walk. Not you know when we tell our patients direction all dr shares. I i'm in the garden Those are great. Those are meditation exercise. You gotta get short of tire if you do. Twenty five minutes brisk exercise every day. You lower your risk of alzheimer's by forty to forty five percent. Why is there nobody talking about it. Because there's not a hundred percent effective and for the younger people. You are more likely to abstain from alzheimer's if you start at early we're talking about nutrition. We call it neuro by the way we're not any. You are on nutrition exercise unwind which is stress management ours restorative sleep and always optimizing mental activity. By the way. None of those. You have to pay anybody well for food. You have to go somewhere to buy food. But basically it combined the fact of it we've extrapolated. We said that's kind of as much as ninety percent of alzheimer's and dementia can be prevented
Birth Care for Every Body
"The reality. According to the cdc about seven hundred women die each year in the united states from complications related to their pregnancy. And the thing is is that you know this country says it is the most modern advanced industrialized and so it's seven hundred women. Every year is too many and black and indigenous. People are two to three times more likely to die from pregnancy related issues than their white counterparts. The relationship with the medical field and doctors and whether or not we as people of color can have a say over how we are treated probably is one of the factors here earlier this month representative corey. Bush testified before the house oversight committee about her own experiences during childbirth. Let's take a listen around five months. I went to see my doctor for a routine prenatal visit. As i was sitting in the doctor's office. I noticed a picture on the wall. They said if you feel like something is wrong. Something is wrong. Tell your doctor. I felt like something was wrong. So so that's what i did. I told my doctor. I told her that. I was having severe pains. And she said oh. No you're fine. you're fine. Go home. And i'll see you next time. So that's what i did. I went home one week later. I went into preterm labor. Twenty three weeks. My son was born one pound three ounces. his ears were still in his head. His eyes were still fused shut. His fingers were smaller than rice. And his skin was translucent. A black baby translucence. Can you could see his lungs. He could fit within the palm of my hand. We were told he had zero percent chance of life. The chief of neonatal surgery happened to be in the hospital that morning and saw my case on the surgical board and she decided to try to resuscitate him. It worked for the first month of his life as i was on a ventilator fighting to live for four months he was in the neo. Natal care unit. The doctor who deliver my son apologized. She said you were right. And i didn't listen to you. Give me another chance to us later. I was pregnant again. So i went back to her sixteen weeks. I went for an ultrasound at the clinic and saw different doctor. Who was working that day. I found out again. I was in preterm labor. The doctor told me that the baby was going to abort i said. No you have to do something. But he was adamant he said. Just go home. let it aboard. You can get pregnant again. Because that's what you people do. Mr kelly was with me. We didn't know what to do after the doctor left. So we saw a chair sitting sitting in the hallway. My sister picked up the chair. She threw it down the hallway. Nurses came running from everywhere to see what was wrong. A nurse called my doctor and she put me on a stretcher. The next morning by doctor came in and places arklow on my uterus and i was able to carry my baby my daughter my angel who is now twenty years old. My son who was saved is now twenty one years old. This is what desperation looks like that chair flying down the hallway. This is what being your own advocate. Looks
"zero percent" Discussed on The Non-Prophets
"One thing zero percent closer to becoming a hindu as a result of doing yoga zero. Doing it right then. Apparently i guess nine you heard how he phrased that zero percent. Closer language has been parsed. This is true. Right does i'm them. Yeah i'm all for big hindu for this whole time. All right you got me. You got me no. It's good it's good for keeping. I feel great after young all right. I'm not a big yoga person. I hate going to classes. I don't wanna hear about people's feelings. Right when i go to classes. Are you feeling today. what makes you feel alive. Leave me alone. Let's get to the stretching. Okay let's get to the breathing and stretching and the balancing and the all those difficult positions is good for you. It's part of a healthy breakfast strength training cardiovascular training in flexibility and diet right A little bit oatmeal and again never heard anybody. Unless you're ucla activities or something but you eat it up in a plastic container..
"zero percent" Discussed on The Non-Prophets
"One thing zero percent closer to becoming a hindu as a result of doing yoga zero. Doing it right then. Apparently i guess nine you heard how he phrased that zero percent. Closer chris. language has been parsed. Yeah this is true right. Does i'm them yeah. I'm all for big hindu for this whole time. All right you got me. You got me no. It's good it's good for keeping. I feel great after all right. I'm not a big yoga person. I hate going to classes. I don't wanna hear about people's feelings. Right when i go to classes. Are you feeling today. what makes you feel alive. Leave me alone. Let's get to the stretching. Okay let's get to the breathing and stretching and the balancing and the all those difficult positions. It's good for you. It's part of a healthy breakfast strength training cardiovascular training in flexibility and diet right A little bit oatmeal and again never heard anybody. Unless you're ucla activities or something but you eat it up in a plastic container..
"zero percent" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"A risk so if they've got a zero percent chance according to the cdc if they can still spread it and still catch it regardless according to the cdc. Why are we giving them if after the vaccine is the point. Why are we giving this thing. I mean you could pretend there's a point. Oh one percent. Risk of blood clots. That is still more risk than zero percent now more specifically we know that the risk of blood clots a quite a bit higher than that especially in regard to the different vaccines and so on. But if you have zero percent chance giving children a risk for no reason we already have two year old. That died in a trial for this. And we've had other children die outside of this. Even though they're not supposed to be getting the people under sixteen. Ask yourself how that's happening. This is sickening to me one. We don't need these for children. So why don't we to be testing on them but the two emergency authorize it for people that don't need it who are at risk is clearly about something much more than keeping his kids safe. In fact it's very clearly putting at risk. I also on is one the links beneath that it says. This is a gross criminal negligence by a government and government agencies on an unprecedented and extraordinary scale governments. Now serve the arm of corporate power. Now the new to me. Nothing more children as sacrificial lambs of capital and biotech experimentation the small print from pfizer. Here's what it says reading from the sentence here it says We'll see this release contains forward looking information about pfizer to back over nineteen and it goes on as the development including qualitative assessments. That's gonna rebuild. Thing release contains forward looking information about pfizer's efforts to combat cove nineteen the collaboration between biotech and pfizer to develop vaccine the b. n. t. six two more a vaccine program the pfizer biotech over nineteen vaccine including qualitative assessments of available data potential benefits expectations for clinical trials..
EVs & Infrastructure - Katie Sloan, Southern California Edison
"Drivers do percents of their charging. That's eight zero percent of their charging at home. There are over twenty two thousand charging stations on over sixty six thousand chargers across the united states and counting with more being installed every day. The new electric vehicles have a healthy amount of battery range. Some as much as three hundred fifty miles as i recall and the cars. Frankly are very very cool. I was at the dc. Auto show recently took a ride with a race car driver in an electric volvo sports car. That was way cool. There are electric and hybrid. Suv sedans sports cars et cetera. So what is holding it up. I'd like you to meet a woman who we hope can answer some of these questions kate. Sloan is the director of mobility at southern california edison. I met katie a few months ago at an electric drive transportation association forum. And i knew i had to have you meet her. Katie has been at southern california edison for about seventeen years if i read that right in her linked in profile and his knee deep electric vehicles. She earned her degrees in economics. Which is an interesting angle to approach this from both at her graduate undergraduate and master's degrees from new mexico state university welcome to green connections radio. Katie and thank you so much for joining us. Thank you john. I'm excited to be here. Oh you're welcome you're welcome so you focus on removing the barriers to electric vehicle adoption which assumes there's a big market for these vehicles but since most of us are not even be owners. What's your pitch to own one. That's a great question to start with. And i would say that. Electric vehicles are funded. Drive that is the number one reason that people should be thinking about purchasing them love to share a little story about my own personal experience and that is that my husband has always driven really large. Suv's and trucks his whole life and when we went car shopping a few years ago and we started looking at electric vehicles. I have to say that he was like probably the majority of folks saying that he was not very excited about purchasing an electric vehicle so much so that when we went to test drive one of the cars he refused to sit in the front seat and actually sat in the back with his arms folded
Underrated Baylor Wins NCAA Title
"We're talking gonzaga. The aftermath we talked about baylor and baylor being underrated. Quite frankly if you look at baylor and take out the games after their covert pause and he's are games that were played from february twenty four to march eighteenth they were two and six against the spread and the other games eighteen and four baylor against the spread. In fact you dug into those games. It's even more impressive. Eighteen and four against spread and also in those twenty two games yet. Twenty two straight up in those game. I think that means zero percent losses. Right yes and not even not one game that they had any reasonable chance to lose. What every one of the games by eight points or more. These include winds not just in the ncaa tournament but they beat illinois. Whose when you keep saying they baylor maybe mentioned the team in k. or beat illinois early in the year by eight or more they mean day. Yes okay go ahead. They bears and so just alter impressive to win every single game. Baylor by eight plus points
How to Journal Using One Word
"Can we use one word to help. Create a journaling practice. I'm gonna give three steps and this first step has several parts so hang with me. Step one is really simple. Pick a word now. If you chose a word that beginning of the year you can move on to step two but hang tight and we'll get to that in a minute if you didn't choose a word at the beginning of the year let's pause for a moment and choose one now because remember. Your soul doesn't know the date if you want to choose a word for the year in april you go right ahead. You're allowed to do it. You don't have to wait until december or january to start at the very beginning of the year. not only that. I've picking a word for a whole year. Feels like a lot of pressure or seems extra dramatic for your life right now. No sweat pillared for the month or you could pick a word for the week or you know what i'm about to say you could pick a word for the day. So let's release ourselves from weird boundaries that don't really matter and that might even be keeping us stock. Let's practice beginning again and making a confident decision and not over thinking this word thing. There is zero percent of a wrong way to do this. There's only a right way. There's just picking a word. So here are a few questions or thoughts or activities to consider as you choose a word for the day or for the week or for the month or even for the whole year as a reminder. We're still in step one of the journal with one word process but there are a couple of parts so if you haven't chosen a word yet first thing to do start with your life giving and life draining list. I call this life energy list. I always start here if you want to. You can set a timer and mako list. If you are new to this practice starting with what is life draining right now. What is draining the energy in life from right now in your life and then the second list is what is life giving.
Student loan relief extended to some privately held loans
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting student loan relief is extended to some privately held loans the education department is extending the pause on student loan payments to borrowers who have defaulted on loans held by private lenders on Monday education secretary Miguel Cardona extended the payment pause and zero percent interest rate to the one point one million borrowers who have defaulted on privately held loans more than eight hundred thousand borrowers were at risk of having tax refunds seized to repay defaulted student loans in January president Joe Biden extended the pause on federal student loan payments put in place by the trump administration through at least September thirtieth Mike Rossio Washington
Dollar General: Fiscal Q4 Earnings Snapshot
"We're going to start with dollar general and their fourth quarter was kind of all over the map. Sales look good. Profits were lower than expected and the the same store sales picture for the quarter seemed like it was pretty good but shares of dollar general or down six seven percent this morning. Start wherever you want when you look at dollar general this morning. What are you see what stands out to you. Let's start with the good dollar. General has been a really consistent and economically profitable business for a very long time in. This quarter was no different. They beat in terms of revenue and comparable store sales expectations. Revenue was up. Nearly eighteen percent was same store sales up nearly thirteen percent but that was also accompanied by this increase in operating profit as well so fundamentally speaking good quarter for dollar general which i'm sure has a lot of investors scratching their head thinking okay. Well what am. I missing here. I think the aspect that was missing was actually guidance dollar general. Did something really weird this quarter that. We don't see a lot of retailers. Doing they provided full year fiscal twenty-one guidance and their revenue guidance was less than stellar. Let's say guidance of negative to two zero percent revenue for the next year. Same store sales decline a four to six percent for the next year. All of those. Because they're coming off of. What is a really tough comparable base and twenty twenty so despite dollar general trying to highlight what how excellent it is. In comparison to twenty nineteen. I think investors are caught up in that guidance. I've been thinking for a while that we're coming into a period. Where in a given industry some companies are going to provide guidance others or not and the ones that don't get punished in in air quotes. They might get punished by wall. Street analysts for that and therefore their stocks could sell off. Thank you for reminding me. That analysts are not going to give extra credit to companies that provide guidance. They're just going to look at the guidance and act accordingly. you know in the case of dollar general. They're not getting bonus points for providing full year guidance. For twenty twenty one instead people are looking at it and saying yeah this is. This is not what we're looking for and this is. This is a business that has done pretty well over the past year. The stock has done pretty well but this is not one of those situations where the stock has doubled in the past twelve months and so therefore on valuation concerns. It's selling off today. That's exactly right. And i think the sell off that we're seeing today is associated with the short termism that we sometimes see on wall street getting caught up in what's going to happen over the short intermediate term without looking at the bigger picture and guidance. If you do look at the bigger picture in comparison to twenty nineteen their same store sales would actually be increasing ten to twelve percent on a two year basis. So it's not like this is a declining business. It's not like this is a business. That is losing margin. In fact their gross profit actually increased so the miss on the bottom line was mostly associated with paying appreciation bonuses to their employees in these covert costs. These things are short term. If you're an investor dollar general. I would look at this quarter and think to myself outstanding quarter. I think it sets them up well over the next year. Plus at don't get caught up in the short term comparable store sales on a basis of what is a extremely unusual pandemic driven driven
"zero percent" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"One. that's approved no one cares. They're all good no matter what if you think. Otherwise you're conspiracy theorist on that note. Hey we're going to get children vaccinated with this dangerous thing right right. You know what i'm saying. What is this is so crazy to me that they're already worn it is. There is no risk to these kids. How many times do we need to talk about the fact that the cdc list. They're con- their risk as zero percent. We're not allowed to the source. When it works for our discussion right. Why would we need to vaccinate them against something. They're not a risk to doesn't that expose the narrative well. Of course the argument is boulder a symptomatic. They might spread it. We'll know because that argument doesn't apply because we've already shown that the dramatic discussion is simply not there and just like we talked about the beginning. Fao she would tell you that they don't drive a pandemic right. Historically people need to realize that even is there is some a symptomatic transmission in all history going irises. Any type a symptomatic transmission has never been the driver of outbreaks. Now you could argue. That just changed right. Never been ever but this time it is sure possible but the point is that we come back to the studies that say in the middle of this that that's just simply not the case did. Aren't we being told to trust the science. It's funny how we don't wanna talk about the science when the science doesn't work the way they wanted to. The science says in all the studies that have been done. Since started that the symptomatic discussion is simply non existent so why are trusting. The science fao g. Aren't you trust in science. I thought that was the whole point. They swing back around and go able sixty percent because we modeled it and we think so thanks. Cdc don't let's pretend like that's not driving the sale of vaccines because you profit from that or anything. That's not what is about roofs. Chomping away head. Where was i. Children getting vaccinated again. This is the idea that there's no justification whatsoever. The only reason the argument needs to be done is because of a cinematic which we are told from. Vouch doesn't need to spread it out on top of that that the studies and the science that they're telling us we trust shows you that there's not actually risk there. So why do we keep pushing the idea. That children need to be vaccinated. Johnson and johnson is literally going to test co vaccine on infants..
"zero percent" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast
"The taller is not going up. The dollar is going down and it's gonna keep going down because the fed is gonna print even more money because inflation is becoming a problem. Not less again. The fed is not going to fight inflation. The fed is going to keep stoking the inflationary fire burning out of control. Let me turn to some comments on the two-day semi-annual testimony where Basically the fed chairman goes before congress and tells the congressmen they wanna hear and basically bs everybody about how great everything is and then the congressmen and women will they use this opportunity as a forum to basically score points with their own constituents at home look good on the camera as they pretend to care about all the little people i of course the one thing pal can't be at this hearing is honest right pal. Can't tell the truth. Assuming he knows the truth. He can't admit that the us economy is on life support right and the fed is providing the life support and that if the fed were to take that away by raising rates or by tapering. Its bond buying that. The economy would die. That's what would happen now. That's actually what we need to happen. Because it's zombie economy. This economy has to die so a viable economy could be reborn to replace it the longer we keep zombie bubble economy alive. The harder is going to be to ever resuscitate a legitimate economy. So pal basically just. Bs everybody about how great things are. But how much more work. We need to do right. Because he has to talk about. How many people are still unemployed. And they're not necessarily being captured in the official unemployment numbers because they're not looking for work and therefore they're not statically counted as being unemployed but of course we know that they would work if they had a job and they should be part of the labor force but now they're not officially considered in it. And so according to powell when you properly adjust the official unemployment rate the real unemployment rate is over ten percent and so therefore even though the economy is looking good it's not looking good for everybody and therefore we to continue with this massive qe and zero percent interest rates. But what he's not saying is the parts of the economy that we think are doing well are not there bubble to and if we take away the qe and the zero percent interest rates. Then that will collapse as well. So he has to pretend that the reason we're doing the q. We is just because the small segment of the economy leisure hospitality transportation. Right the the part that's been affected by cova right. That's the only real weak spot when reality the entire thing is weak. That's why the fed has no choice. Its mind but to continue with all the monetary supports until the dollar collapses which means supports can no longer prop up anything because you're trying to prop up the economy with nothing now..
An End to the Tech Rally?
"We'll rising rates kill the tech rally. Guy what do you say yes back to. You melt absolutely so much of this has been predicated on on this low interest rate zero straight environment when you have tenure yields go from fifty three basis points in august two one point four percent today i understand rates are still low but the velocity and the speed of the move has been well. It hasn't been historic. But it's been noteworthy. And i think we're headed to one and a half. We've said it for a while and that's your line in the sand you start getting significantly north of one and a half percent and the entire thesis in my opinion behind a lot of these high flying tech names starts unravel and you're starting to see it now in the big hans christian andersen fan. I know euros well. Mel and a lot of people mistakenly call the that little vignette that he wrote. The emperor has no clothes. It's the emperor's new clothes. But i got to tell you the close at the fed is wearing right now are not fitting and i think they're going to be revealed for what they are in the coming weeks. They think they can control this out of their control at this point. Yeah karen i. I'll go to you on this. Well i mean obviously we have been in this environment of close zero percent insurance for so long and so when we move out of that. Something's gotta give now. Yes i think. So but i think a few things are happening at the same time. So there's the higher rates that guy talked about. We always talk about the risk premium. What should the equity risk premium beaten as rates go up. The risk premium should be higher therefore valuations lower. But the other side of. It is a rates going up because the economy is improving. And i believe that. Yes that's the case. But i also think that the earnings of a lot of these high flyers and let's talk about something like google for example. I think those earnings are going to be actually much better so on long those. It's a painful day. One thing that. I have on as a hedge which is not nearly enough to hedge how much i would lose him. A day like today is the gb which is the it's tech software and its high fliers. The biggest position is microsoft. But it's really expensive. Names salesforce service now zoom video. Docu sign crowd strike. Those are all going to get hit. Against what i think of as my more value tech today wasn't value at all on sale again and again but i think that if the rates move up slowly because the economy improves. I'm okay with that. I know we'll have a rotation into more cyclicals. But i'm sticking with what i've got. Yeah and obviously it's highest wires on. They'll probably take the hardest hits at this point carfax. North cornerstone macro makes a very good point in that is their alliance the s. and hunt five hundred on information technology. More broadly and in terms of down days and information technology eighty percent of the time the s. and p. five hundred trades lower as well. This is since nineteen eighty nine. Dan and i know you like carter's work. So i mean his point basically is you can't hire overall without technology that being said though if you look at the mag accomplish the microsoft apple google amazon. They've gone sideways for the last four months. Or so as we've seen that rotation into more cyclical names so we did move higher without their real participation and now it's interesting on a day like today that you see the nasdaq down two and a half percent or so to me. I think what karen laid out is really smart. I mean you look at the mega caps and you see their value tech yes. They benefited from low. Interest rates. For a whole host of reasons most notably. They raised a ton of money and they put on their balance sheet and they really not paying a whole heck of a lot and i think as it relates to interest rates. You have to ask yourself who really wants. Interest rates to go higher at this point and guy makes a good point that yeah they're going to they're going because the economy is getting a little better. Look at the ten year chart of the us treasury. You'll we thought we had generational lows at about one and a half percent back in two thousand twelve then again in two thousand sixteen then again in two thousand and thousand nine hundred then you consider yourself or you consider how much negative yielding sovereign debt. There is in the world about fifteen trillion and you think about the corporate been john debt and even consumers you yourself who wants rates to go higher then you look at it over a thirty year period and i think we have that chart and it's just upper left to bottom right so maybe you get through that one and a half on the ten year treasury. Maybe you get to that long-term downtrend which would be about two and a quarter. If that is the case then yes equities. You're going to have a very hard time in this environment. Given the state of deficits right
Ethereum Prediction Markets with Joey Krug
"Joey welcome the show. Thanks for having me. You are the founder of auger which is a decentralized prediction market. What is the function of a prediction market. Yes so a prediction market is basically a platform that lets people bet on or against real world events and by taking the odds of those bats you can basically get a forecast for how likely event is to actually happen and practical functionality. does that serve. Yeah so it does a couple of things one. Is that it for the people who are actually betting on the market. It lets them actually. Just make a straight bet if they're betting on something like a sporting event but it also lets people had risks so as an example which is a fairly real example. Say you're a person who wanted to hedge against the risk that taxes increase a new democratic congress. Well you could basically bet on the democrats and if they win you've hedged a little bit of whatever the tax changes you basically make more money if they win if they lose you. Don't get the tax hike but you also lose your bet. The other uses somebody who has just an opinion. They're not looking to hedge risk. They're looking to take risk on because they believe they know something about the world that someone else doesn't and prediction. Markets have a wide range of things you could bet on. It could be sporting event politics. You know whether it's based extra lunches there next rocket successfully really anything now in order to actually make those bets substantive and to make like if i wanted to make a significant hedge against the incoming tax policy makers i need a lot of liquidity to be able to place that bet against what are the challenges in a prediction market aggregating enough liquidity on either side of a trade. Yes so there's a bunch of challenges with it one is that prior to being blockchain based prediction markets most prediction markets were run and owned by a central company which means they tended to fragment the liquidity you might have a prediction market which focused on say new zealand might have another prediction market which focused on spain separate one for the uk and so on and so forth and so one problem is you had this to quitter fragmentation. the second issue is that just forming. The quality for new events is hard so if you look at something like the stock market it has you know these huge systems in firms and entities exist solely for providing liquidity and. There's a ton of different ways that they can hedge their risk but with a prediction market. You're betting over real-world events and not only that but if you're wrong you hold the risk in the wrong way. You could actually lose all your money. They example this is like you know. Take a presidential election if you bet on trump and trump loses you lose all the money that you bet on him and so for market maker. That's very risky. If you look at say like market making apple stock you know the the worst case scenario is that apple moves a little quickly and you end up holding too many or too few apple shares and you may be lose you know in a in a big move a number of percents though of prediction markets. You know something can swing from a ten percent chance to zero percent chance to one hundred percent chance in a matter of seconds or minutes and so that's what makes marketmaking getting liquidity very difficult before you started augured. There were a number of centralized prediction markets. What are the problems with centralized prediction markets. Yeah so if you look at the problems the centralize prediction markets. There's a couple. There's one problem that you know. Even when i got into the space. I thought it was just a problem in theory. I didn't think it would actually be a problem in practice but it turns out it is a problem in practice. Sometimes as well in that problem is because these things are real world events they have a resolution date some point where the event has to be paid out immediately clear winner in actually sometimes controversy over how it gets declared so that's one problem with a centralized one that in an e centralized system. You could have more community driven process for resolving market and pain out that sort of ensures more people are are happy with the result. So it's less arbitrary in that sense. The other kind of big issue with centralized ones is that they tend to be located in you know one or two jurisdictions or handful jurisdictions. Nobody's really created a global centralize prediction market mostly for the for the reason that the compliance cost of gain licensed in a one hundred eighty countries would just be too much overhead in in too much burden for anyone entity to do it.
"zero percent" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"It's so so weird to see the magazine articles about the show at before the show came out and then after the show came out with such a positive response and people were like. Oh this is so this so uplifting but before it was like disney tries to make a reality show surprisingly dark it was kind of the vibe. I rent one. I've read that one. I didn't think it was kind of interesting. You know people have this idea of reality. Tv show you what brittany you said you were jealous of of desert or does he getting that role. You thought you'd be bell and because you said that in thirty seconds it's not but how how jealous were you duck zero percent. I think in high school. And i talked about it in that interview. I mean it's hilarious. I in the character actor. I am this pots. If anyone in the room is going to be mrs potts. I'm going to be mrs pot. You know of course. I'm thrilled and i was. It was great if you make a living as a voice over actor now and you have a successful voice over company where you hire other actors to voice overs for films and television in other markets. Yes yes yes. Yes so that relaxed. I'll make more money than talking. Maybe not you're not starving either. I'm not sturdy serving artist at all but but going back to like susan's advise wasn't exactly like on the show. But i was so scared because i was like. Oh my gosh. Like i trusted disney. I trusted this experience so much. And i was like what if they you know. Make me out to be like crushing on brad. My ex highschool flame new things. That happened but i didn't know how is still they didn't cut and all the reviews like mentioned that i was like into this man with a fiancee. And then like you know. And it was so interesting to talk to susan because she had seen the show and she was talking about like her experience watching the show and she was like well. You know what like. I feel like i might have come across as like a little too pushy. In the scene and then watching the show and how that scene where she's giving advise and she's not pushy at all. You know like. I was like that was probably in reverse the most encouraging thing anyone could have ever said to me because i was like if the literally flawless susan egan can be concerned that she came across a little pushy. And what is the most powerful moving inspirational moment in the entire series. In my opinion you know like you know like we all are going to kind of be afraid of how we're portrayed but at the end of the day like we just have to know we're good enough you know what i mean so inadvertently for once. It was granted if someone understand that you wanted so much more than they have planned and then going back to you say like as far as like need directing animation. Susan egan did voice a role for me after that And yeah yes continues. More so susan is like all right. You know transformers activate watching you love like a lot of japanese animation shows translated to english and stuff like that or yes so right. Now i'm doing a show called and we just finished a casting on tiktok which is a whole different saga of events in itself cast out of tiktok. I cast it out of tiktok. I who man. I could write a book. The first day..
"zero percent" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"It's so so weird to see the magazine articles about the show at before the show came out and then after the show came out with such a positive response and people were like. Oh this is so this so uplifting but before it was like disney tries to make a reality show surprisingly dark it was kind of the vibe. I rent one. I've read that one. I didn't think it was kind of interesting. You know people have this idea of reality. Tv show you know what brittany you said. You were jealous of of desert or does he getting that role. You thought you'd be bell and because you said that in thirty seconds it's not but how how jealous were you duck zero percent. I think in high school. And i talked about it in that interview. I mean it's hilarious. I in the character actor. I am this pots. If anyone in the room is going to be mrs potts. I'm going to be mrs pot. You know of course. I'm thrilled I was it was great. If you make a living as a voice over actor now and you have a successful voice over company where you hire other actors to voice overs for films and television in other markets. Yes yes yes. Yes so that relaxed. I'll make more money than talking. Maybe not you're not starving either. I'm not sturdy serving artist at all but but going back to like susan's advise wasn't exactly like the show. But i was so scared because i was like. Oh my gosh. Like i trusted disney. I trusted this experience so much. And i was like what if they you know. Make me out to be like crushing on brad. My flame new things that happened. But i didn't know how is still they didn't host cut and all the reviews like mentioned that i was like into this man with a fiancee. And then like you know. And it was so interesting to talk to susan because she had seen the show and she was talking about like her experience watching the show and she was like well. You know what like. I feel like i might have come across as like a little too pushy. In the scene and then watching the show and how that scene where she's giving advise and she's not pushy at all. You know like. I was like that was probably in reverse the most encouraging thing anyone could have ever said to me because i was like if the literally flawless susan egan can be concerned that she came across a little pushy. And what is the most powerful moving inspirational moment in the entire series. In my opinion you know like you know like we all are going to kind of be afraid of how we're portrayed but at the end of the day like we just have to know we're good enough you know what i mean so inadvertently for once. It was granted if someone understand that you wanted so much more than they have planned and then going back to you say like as far as like need directing animation. Susan egan did voice a role for me after that And yeah yes more. So susan is like all right you know. Transformers activate watching love of a lot of japanese animation shows translated to english and stuff like that or yeah so right now. I'm doing a show called brooke and we just finished a casting on tiktok which is a whole different. Saga of events in itself cast out of tiktok. I cast it out of tiktok. I wou man. I could write a book. The first day..
"zero percent" Discussed on Brewsing Banter
"You want me to hang out with you and did you want me to go do some shit for you come on up dinner and then we'll eat it together but make sure you want make you the kitchen right as you do it all. I think she's a food so you can cook the food and you can either with her bank It's only only five of them. You can't have three you have to. You can only take two too good up now. Given how come you can't be all five billion honestly and it depends on what the relationship who your wit who you think. It's all five for everybody at the end of the day. Really really be as much as one again. Even when you do the test it gives you. The percentage in everyday like is very rare. Very rare at somebody has zero percent one of the languages by virtue dan inside over there. I mean i think there's two and everything people have a little bit Of everything inlets. Just what dominates because you may. You may have quality Quality time in your in your makeup but if they're not listening to your your dominant love you'll go fuck about the quality time. Well let me let me give you. Let me give. Let me give you on this perspective. My ex wife had a different love language than the current woman. That i'm dating so you have to be willing to change that mortar and be willing to to be versatile in adapting to whatever your spouses or your mates love. Language is if it happens to change and if you're in a relationship over time the love language could change and you have the be communicated with the with your spouse or your to understand that love language is changing and be there for them in their new lev language if it does happen. Right and mb vocal weight is his new for me..
"zero percent" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers
"What is the status shield at this point in the mcu because it was destroyed. Wasn't it in previous movies. Streudel i it was. It was will traded and then discredited in the winter soldier and then like there's no more shield really in like infinity. War endgame right well we. We've we've got fucking nick fury out there out in outer space in shit but that's sword that like so it's the beginning of sword shield gone and now swords there. That's why i'm hoping that that's what i'm hoping old name cap might be the leader of hopefully the brand new shield the sealed on the right side of things. She can pull a fucking all hail hydra moment as old man. I hope not. I don't wanna see that shit me either. I don't wanna see like that fucking end panel of that fucking a comic book were caps hydra in you know for as much as i love that writer i love. What was it spencer. What's his name mit- spencer. Expensive as much as i love nick spencer like and as much as that run turned out to be okay. It's just like. I just don't want to see that i wouldn't mind cnn. I think chris evans would bring a lot to that honestly. I think it'd be fun to see him as a york app. I well i think that he he did that moment. In the elevator and game then. Game right yeah. He said it to the bald. do ya did. did you omit. Yeah exactly before. He got in a fight with them or before he got the The tesseract from them. I think that was the to that moment in the comics that they were looking for. And i i don't think they're gonna reference that again. Yeah thank you. I don't think they're going to reference it either. It was met with not the good kind of controversy when they didn't the comic book. So i think kind of stay away from that. I personally wouldn't mind cnn. Even though i think there's zero percent chance it'll happen. Yeah guys all right. Let's let's jump into one division. And we're gonna end this episode with our wanda vision discussion. So here we go one division. Wanda vision vision wanda vision. I love it ever. I'm sorry. I kinda wanna play it again. Just renew hold on wanda vision. Wanda vision.
"zero percent" Discussed on Pantheon
"If it has any more than that then it's not it's not okay. Our product only has cbd isolate means out of the cannabis plant. We take just that compound and so there's actually zero. Thc at all and so he won't show up on a drug test other cd products though if they're under the zero point three can have small trace amounts of thc and that gets you hide but that could still show up on a task. Yes yes so. We always advise if you're using a product that has a full spectrum. Cbd in it which is the oil that has all of the plant and they extract all the thc out night. Be that teeny bit. It can't show up on a test so if you're picking out a cd product. Do you want to make sure that if if you're going to be tested that it has zero percent. Thc and you can only have that if it's made with cb isolate. I'm glad i asked you. Because i had no idea about anything that you were just talking about. Because i'm not. I work in rock and roll like yeah a lot of people. Ask us that. It's important and we always say don't risk if people ask also. Can you breastfeed and just like it's kind of we kinda say it's just like if you're going to have a glass of wine there's alcohol in there. Are you comfortable with that. Because a time small trace can get through to the baby through your breast milk. So it's really a personal decision on how comfortable you are but definitely the drug test we say unless you know. The manufacturer has their co as on their website which is certificate of analysis. That actually shows that you're cbd was lab tested and certified and it has all the trace amounts of whatever was in the cannabis plant. So you wanna do a little research of. It's something you're concerned about. When you talk about lubrication people can get pretty creative at home when they don't have the good stuff Can you talk about things that you just shouldn't be using..
Valentine scams, SolarWinds, and a data deletion bungle
"Chums jumps happy. You ever made a mistake at work. Nope i used to work with you. So never made a mistake disagreed. Because you got it. Wrong of course allen as as a visiting professor at the university of surrey. Have you would you own up to a need goofs. Yes i would say. I often make mistakes. But i'd like to think of mistakes opportunity to learn. That's what i tell the students anyway. But unfortunately asset i've made i am part of. It is one of the reasons. I want to talk about what we're going to run. Which is that. You'd make certain assumptions as you're analyzing berries incidents for example you base it on a certain amount of information as you learn more you realize that you are mistaken. It's not so much that you were mistaken but the jump to conclusions and you learn very quickly that you really should do that Hurry along graham. We gotta get to this well now now. I used to be a computer program. I don't know five review of ever programmed computers limiting every you do. I haven't really ever. You haven't done a ten print corollas cool. I've done that rogue ramming really island of you ever made any programming mistakes l. Yes quite a few in fact in some of the earliest programs. I you have to go back a long way to find the machines that i i worked on a hold on was at joke that it was with cards you would submit them to some high priest through a three days later you get the results back and you learn very quickly not to make a mistake because you'd have to go through the whole thing again so you actually became very very serious with your program. These days people make a mistake and act conditioned component away. They go but now those days it was very much you have to be got to be so careful so the first half dozen yours make a mistake. Well i suddenly remember making some mistakes in my early days of program. One of my jobs was to Right the windows. Version of dr solomon's antivirus toolkit and the way in which we worked in those days is we actually had no computer viruses at the office. All of the computer viruses were. Alan solomons spare bedroom at his house. Well it was more secure than having them in the office last thing we wanted to overdo ship them to anyone but that meant that when i did programming on the virus finding engine i didn't actually have anything to test it against so i remember once i was given the source code in the challenge of speeding it up a little bit and i did some work on it for a few days my body back and i said i said i. You know it's a fair bit faster now. i think i've increased speed by twenty percent or something so alan took it back to the viruses and he said well done yes. You have split up. Unfortunately it no longer detects any malware. Two zero percent detect super fast. So you don't well then graham. Good thing your podcast. These days exactly. Yes nothing's dangerous as per so coating cock-ups can happen. I want to talk to you about something along those lines now. In the united kingdom we have a supercomputer system called the police national computer system the p. n. c. which stalls and shares information and criminal records between forces across the country so if police are investigating something rather than looking at old cards in a filing cabinet or anything about they can actually use the computer and suddenly can quiz. The computer even officers can use it for real time check so if they stop someone in the street they can calling. Someone will look up on the police national computer. If you're wanted in relation go. I gotta i gotta right exactly grow. You know lacrosse about her. Being in trouble with the law next okay. Now this week tell that story right well last month. It became headline news that some of the records stored on the police national computer. Databases had been unfortunately lost. What do you mean lost. Well i don't mean lost down the back of the sofa. Okay i interesting you bring up so famous interesting in fact. Why wouldn't i bring up so i would you to ground. You'll see you'll see later. Oh okay In fact over two hundred thousand records were reportedly deleted from the police. National compulsive not misplaced but actually lawson lost ju to what they described as technical issue It's set a good term now. I think when you've worked in the field of cybersecurity for well when you hear a company suffering from technically shoes. It's very natural to assume the worst it's very natural to assume. Oh maybe they'd been hacked. Maybe some ransom has been planted. Maybe they're downplaying it right. You feel like they're downplaying snafu. That might have happened. Maybe not sharing enough detail. Yeah yeah yeah. that's true. So the home office. They said that the loss data related people who'd been arrested and then released without further action.
"zero percent" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater
"Okay. So if you don't know it's one twins called surf's up Was off of Album it was originally on jim simon's debut album is a solo album And the lyrics as you can imagine are rarely bow A guy one sex with a girl. Yep a lot of jim. Steinman stuff is literally like young people feeling youngest moment in wine to feel young this forever thing i mean he says like i'll never feel. I'll never be like this again. In and then he starts describing. How things are going this. The one thing. I will say also about steiner's i found that very formative era Right around those about to go into high school eighth grade into ninth grape and i began to realize how poetic lyrics in popular music could be. And that's when i started to kind of ever like what he does and my own. Songwriting in fact the first lyric ever wrote that. Got me into a creative writing. Group was a teacher walked. By after i finish a test and i was writing in my journal and i literally wrote the line. The night is running with a demon. I and full of fear and the guy was like you should be my creative writing class. And i'm like sure why not. I don't know anything about that so this is very formative. And this is one of my favorite songs and the fact that it says. How hard do i have to try. Surf's up and so again. It's jim steinman being jim. Steinman chris. Have you heard that some the flight. Now i have this is actually. It's not as popular karaoke bars. But i've definitely heard it I've heard some well intentioned men attempts after a few beers It's really tough to sing. I it's a. It's a meatloaf like high third. See much of it. Much of it is So i would say zero percent success on the ones that i've heard In my travels at the as i frequent karaoke bars. I'm now it's a. It's a great song not on my top ten just because i mean jim. Simon got a huge cadillac to choose from so.
"zero percent" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"You. Well and you. it's funny. The and. I'm glad that i was hoping that that this would gravitate into a parallel parallel universe. And also the you know. The element of how many people from the street are involved in the game whether it says players or or owners and and so forth and it becomes stakeholders in the game. Because they're they're obviously. Is you know the a lot of the same the same elements in to the decision making how the oxygen engagement. How we've talked about this before you know. I always felt when i when. I work the mx that it's a giant casino. I mean it's a very complicated. You know back then. It was different but you know these. These relatives are complicated interesting. Concepts and people really understand them and they're really fascinating Even though they're mostly price by computers but understand the pricing of the great and with options. When you know there's so many they're all related to each other in one way or not really no different you to put a call you can buy a buy stock and you create debt call you can buy a call and sell soccer created deck put. There's no they're all just pre any of its volatility you're buying and selling volatility options but they're only casinos essentially. I remember saying a friend of mine. Who is a gambler that there's a lot of people come in the floor back. Then there are a lot younger. People come in the floor and stuff. And i said a lot of people have an enormous amount of gamble and they just don't even know because they've never really been in this environment and could get in trouble. You know Because you can take a lot of risk. And watering especially people are paying attention and Can take out a risk. You know the whole risk management changed and all these these clearing firms in eighty seven when when when the market crashed and traders who had one to five hundred dollars more their counts loss third and clearing companies. Let police bag. you know. They change very much but then as things start going up if people start making money they start loosening those risk parameters and. That's when things again and it seems to be a cycle that teach repeating itself and that's history repeats itself and that's why you know that's one of the reasons you know market is artificially inflated by by you know money being available at zero percent basically. It's it's it's going to take. The bills are.