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The Ambies 2021: Podcast Awards Round-Up
"In an award ceremony live from los angeles california. The ambi were announced last night. The first podcast awards from the podcast academy ambi for podcast of the year goes to dying for sex goupil pink. The podcast academy thank you. Thank you so much keep accepting the award for wonder is dying for sakes. Walls came complete with a theme tune with some fun digs at the industry and it seems to be a streaming success to twenty five thousand people watching peak-time from the full list of winners amazon's wondering was the winning studio of tonight with five awards announced crooked media got four and q code three. The podcast with the biggest award whole was wind of change with three separate wins. The full winners are linked from our show notes and our newsletter. Today you can watch the show again online or use a pod chaser link from yvo terra to go and listen
Updated CDC guidance says 3 feet of physical distancing is safe in schools
"Cdc has once again changed their guidance on anything related to corona virus. This time it is now they are saying that Students in schools can sit just three feet apart in the classroom. Now as long as they wear masks. Okay because we're going to be wearing masks until the day we die in fact. I think we're probably going to be wearing masks when we go into the grave. Those of you who choose to know you never know right. I mean you could precautions. When the zombie apocalypse happens you could get up as his ambi- and then infect people with corona virus and we don't want that happening so we will be masked forever but now they're saying three feet instead of six feet During regular co mingling at school so they said it removes recommendations for plastic shields or other barriers between desks. It advises at least three feet of space between dusk an elementary schools. Even in places where the community spread is high as long as they take other precautions. Three feet in middle and high schools and of course six featured still be maintained in common areas like lobbies And when they're eating and you know if there's people talking Singing choir practice. You should still maintain the six feet. It's they're very slowly inching back into crap we were wrong and we have to revise this because by the way. Don't know if you guys know this but in the uk they've always said three feet.
"ambi" Discussed on Z104
"Room five began in 1994. While most of the members were still in high school. The band's original name was Harris Flowers. After moving to New York Maroon five, singer Adam Levine got a job working at the fast food chain Johnny Rockets. He quit after only two weeks and also dropped out of college to continue pursuing music. Adam Levine is also ambi Dextrous, he writes with his left hand. But for first his right hand for most other tasks, such as playing the guitar, Not to mention Maroon five was been from China after keyboardist Jesse Carmichael wish the Dalai Lama of Tibet. Ah Happy Birthday on Twitter. I'm journalist Ben Reiter. And on my podcast the edge. I've been investigating one of the biggest sports scandals ever. The Houston Astros signs stealing scheme Now in a special two part series finale. I'm getting to the bottom of it. Exclusively talking to the man who knows the Astros secrets Jeff flew. No, this will be the first time I've had an opportunity to tell my story. I'm revealing the corruption ran deeper than anybody realizes. I don't think that if you really wanted to dig, you'd be happy with what you found. You'll learn why the Astros scandal is just the tip of the iceberg. When there's this much money at stake, Kid stop people from compromising their ethics to try and gain an edge. Actually making no thing is not faith there throws you. Listen to the edge. Houston Astros available now for free on radio dot com apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Our place. Witness this morning is Butch. Well, when a fight broke out, I got stabbed in the back and I pulled my knife and hit him. It was the first person ever killed.
Year In Review 2020
"Wow you know it's been a whole year. Our first our first year as las compa clowns has has been has been something. Let me tell you something that none of us ever expected would happen all kinds of weird stuff. happened A lot of derailments you know and And i guess you know this is what twenty twenty is you know. But twenty twenty isn't what it is. Twenty twenty is what we make it to be. You know and this episode. You know we'll be you know. We'll be having flashbacks of of this This year twenty twenty you know The good the bad the ugly the raw and the yet to be and you know what composite. It's been a wild ride man. I mean it's you know. It started off pretty tame and then next thing. You know you know We have some civil unrest going on throughout the country. You know black lives matter and then Then kogo nineteen hits and And then all kinds of other stuff has been happening. You know and it's been it's been pretty wild man. I feel like we got jack man. I remember since like the nineteen hundreds. We used to talk. Oh man in the twenty twenty. We're going to get jet packs. Actually they told us that about the year. Two thousand you know thinking of the year two thousand and flying cars and nothing happened. Okay maybe maybe twenty twenty is like you said we're gonna started of well. You know what. I mean started normal one. What normal was a normal level. You know twenty twenty was a nice Has a nice ring to it. You know january first twenty twenty right cool twenty years passed into this new decade of the two thousand and then bam right you go through this whole craziness of the impeachment process with The president and Then that doesn't go anywhere and like you said we've been lives matter. Movement is crazy and then covid nineteen in. That's the part that i at least for me where i was like. Fuck you know I don't want to be apocalypse. But if there were as ambi- apocalypse type of situation. I think a lot of was will be screwed. You know the anti massacres But you know it is what it is you know not to get too political but Twenty twenty has been rollercoaster. Look at us now. You know we're towards the end the twenty twenty and and trying to look back and try to Make a little bit sense out of it and and In what it meant to us and and hopefully what. We're looking forward to for twenty twenty one. I don't think he was a a A roller coaster. I actually think it was like it was like one of those like waterslide that you're going down but a bunch of down all overmanned bumps arrive what you think. It's it's getting a little better. There's like you know bigger bumps and you know. Yeah there's there's no way to enjoy this damn bloom something else on us You know it's just like you know like we've been missing all these global and national events you know but for me you know One the main thing six out to me you know. It's just been a very hard and painful year. You know. I actually you know in my household we call it. The the year of of sage. You know And the reason. I say that is because there's been so many people that we've lost in in in my circles and whatever someone passes away we burn sade for them. You know Or when we find out that friends or family members are ill or near the end. We burn sage for for their for their families. You know and one you know. I had a real close friend of ours. Pass away and then You a month later. Another person passes away and then Good friend of all of ours. His father passed away. You know just a couple of months ago and some of them are code related others or just. You know death happens. You know our our elders or or passing are passing away now man and that's been a big thing for me personally. It's just too. I mean when you think it's it's it's sorta getting okay. Twenty twenty goes in hits us with you know with with another another loved one. Gone down you know. And it's been very painful for in ramiz household
Shifting your food philosophy and Cultivating a more positive relationship with food for kids, with Michelle Smith
"Since you have not been on the podcast in like literally two and a half years. It would probably be a good idea for you to reintroduce yourself perfect. I am michelle of the whole. Smith's i started my career out Kind of on a whim. Because i was exploring how our family eats and trying to figure out what is the best healthiest way for us to eat as a family at i soon after started sharing that journey on my blog the whole smith's and subsequently now have in two cookbooks with healthy family friendly recipes that are really easy to make and have recently launched my own podcast get wealthy that talks about other aspects of wellness that we aren't really talking about as much as food and diet or sorry. Diet and exercise i think diet and exercise get all the glory but there's so many other components so that's me love that. Hey this is me in a thirty second blurbs which is so funny because like normally whenever we talk or like whenever i interview somebody like how much time do you have like. Go for. Forty five minutes talking about myself. I'm like well. This is your interview on the podcast. You conduct about whatever you like you. Whereas i'm like this is super awkward. Let me like condensed time. Line started a blog. Some cookbooks now podcast. Let's go exactly. We'll say okay. Let's start here so the million dollar question. How has twenty twenty seven for you. Twenty twenty has been absolutely twenty twenty Here's the thing i will say this year. I have taken so many lessons away like just from you know. One of my biggest things is that it's the year. I really realized that the deepest gratitude and angst frustration annoyance high levels of annoyance more annoyance. All of this stuff is not mutually exclusive. So i think before i kind of had these things compartmentalized my head of like. Oh i'm so grateful everything. Life is amazing and then like everything sucks but like you can kind of experience. Both in i think twenty twenty has really proved that because we have been very fortunate and blessed with so many things. I'm able to work from home anyway stuff like that. But then you know we're not immune to the woes of this year and what has risen to the surface this year. Yep definitely ditto to all of the things One of my favorite things that you have talked about this year is something you post on your instagram. You go thanks to twenty twenty. I now know exactly who do and do not want in miami apocalypse. It's so drew. I'm like people. I thought were potentially competent humans. And i'm like oh no. This is a much tighter circle than i thought it would be. Yeah so who is in your zombie apocalypse. All my gosh my family is although after how long has it been nine months of being locked them. They might. They might get pushed by. Kids might get pushed out some point. God bless him let's see. Oh kristen beamer. I don't know if you're familiar with her. He is another foodi advocate Struggle with crohn's all about like. She's tough as nails like she can go like she is. She is in my crew. She's locked in. She might be the founding member of these ambi- pashcal so it's a very small crew family and a couple friends. I mean really. that's all you need. That has it has to be enough to fit in your social pod. Anyways so totally. And we all have different specialties. It's perfect what about you. It's like a heist crew. You need a specialist in everything totally. My only thing is like cooking so if it ever gets to like. I can make some twigs and berries. Turn it into something. Oh my gosh. I mean for me while i so i live with my dog and she definitely would be part of the crew because she is small but she scares the crap out of anybody who can like only hear her so i feel like we could definitely hole up and maybe it would scare some of the zombies away and like a couple of my close friends. That have like the different specialties. I have a friend who's at. She would definitely be in there like. I have friends who are super strong. They would definitely be in there like bring all the equipment everything and also the laughs so really for sure. That's a good crew yet. Definitely so okay. Let's talk about food because that's kind of why we're here anyway So you mention in your brief intro like you came into this career in this world because you want to figure out how was going to be the most sustainable way to eat with your family and make it healthy and make it taste good and everything like that. So how has your food. Philosophy shifted over the years. Yeah so early on. I feel like it's super confusing. And i always say this especially like as a new mom like there's so much narrative it makes you afraid of everything like don't sleep with a blanket sleeper the willingness this way so i'll outweigh eat. This don't eat this so you know kind of set early mom alarm off in my head like oh my god ripois inning ourselves. So initially i landed kind of in this paleo world because not because it's you know exactly what our ancestors ate but because it seemed like what our bodies have taken so long to evolve to be able to process and function with like scientifically speaking. It
America’s Zombie Companies Have Racked Up $1.4 Trillion of Debt
"Zombie apocalypse on wall street. Hundreds of big name companies wants american icons are now among the walking dead names like boeing carnival delta exxon macy's. They aren't making enough money to pay the interest. On the mountains of debt they feasted on during the pandemic. Nearly two hundred companies have joined the zombie ranked since march and their numbers are growing total debt obligations now nearly one point four trillion dollars. So is there any hope for the walking dead here guy. I mean what's interesting. Is that a lot of these names. They are names that we talk about trading on this show. So how should we start thinking about this before we get in the walking dead. I just want to point out. That's a great job by our crack. staff leading. With of course the cranberries zombie which is a bit of an obvious choice in the great delors. Oh reared who lost too soon. She was obviously the founder of the band wonderful vocalist. I might have gone a different direction. And maybe we could've played something like this for example. Melissa leo the crack staff is listening into the show. Why the zombies. No it's important to point out the folks at home. It's more important than actually trading our first topic in what is known as the block of the. It's not it's not more important. And i and we'll talk about the black and we'll talk about zombie companies because i think it's important and last night we mentioned macy's and you talked about one hundred dollars table. Then tim said might be the thousand dollar table. And i think collectively. We thought there was a real good chance that with test that nine fifty five level which was the june high and i think it got up to nine twenty five today on two or three times normal volume. Now's the time to be taking profits. A lotta shorts have been squeezed other companies that you mentioned delta for example. I think that's a completely different ballgame. But what i will say. This counterintuitive is. This may seem if the economy starts to get better. You would think this is good for these companies but that means interest rates economic higher. And that's going to cripple some of these companies. We talked about it last night. And i'm sure one of our guests coming out. We'll talk about that again. Tim how do you start thinking about macy's and that debt that they apparently can't service. I mean when i think about dombi i think about that thriller video and i know guys got that red leather jacket with all the zippers on it. So just just to be clear. I think when i think about those companies you just mentioned they're all they're all different in terms of their Potential to be proper zombies a great band by the way. But i think you know boeing not assam company You know it's not Boeing is a company that has the ability to raise debt. But more importantly yes. Boeing's business has been totally disrupted boeing. His burned through so much cast in the last year. And it will burn through some castro most of twenty-one but it will be free cash flow positive by twenty two in probably be neutral by the fourth quarter so calling them assam company. I think is absurd. Calling macy's zombie company is something that's at least a fair analysis although again macy's showed that free cash flow with something that they expect they're going to have in twenty twenty one two and a company that raised a lot of money To to at least be able to fight another day including having a three billion dollar asset back facility is something you don't do cartwheels over macy's position right now but the recovery there and i'm long so i've made this clear. I actually think there's more of a recovery story even though i don't think macy's gets better overnight. Delta relative to other airlines is not even close to his ambi- story dealt is actually going to start to make money towards the fourth quarter of next year and we're not talking about a normalized business. We're talking about a business where odyssey international comes under a lot of pressure. So i also just think that the fed and the role that the fed is playing here and the role that the fed will play just through talking About the bazooka in their pocket means a lot of these debt markets. Don't have a whole lot of an impact in the next six months To what people think they're gonna do. I really don't expect it so it doesn't matter that these companies zombie companies it doesn't matter that delta added twenty four billion dollars in debt since the pandemic started by baldwin. At what point do we start getting worried about that. Debt load and these companies guy made the point that if the economy gets better you would think that that'd be better for these companies that can make more money they can etc said sell more whatever they make but then interest rates go higher. So how do you weigh that. Yeah those are all interesting. Factors that keep into To keep in the front of your mind. And tim did a good job of laying out the differences of these companies. But speaking to your question right the commonality of all these of these companies that they have as you have looted to have added significant portions of the balance sheet this year and they're burning through cash at a rate and their revenues are down at rates that we just haven't seen we're talking about you know seven and a half billion dollars of cash burn and eighteen billion dollars of casper burn boeing's example seven and a half carnivals example. So you have this push pushing pull situation. What i will say is that you've seen across the board. All these companies put one thing. I right and that is runway. And so they've taken on this debts that they have enough cash to get them to their next stop in order for them to continue to be able to operate what we've seen is them trying to achieve operating leverage by reducing staff count. And that is what. I think the topic that we're kind of trying to speak to. Here's when you start slashing human capital when you stop investing in capital expenditures when you stop innovating that is what leads you to being somewhat of a dead zombie company even after you've getting on the other side of this debt service coverage ratio also something to keep in mind. You can't meet your interest. Can't meet your debt service coverage ratio. You got serious problems dan. Yeah i think bond would makes a great point there and just look at our auto industry over the last ten years and obviously gm came out of bankruptcy ten years and wiped out a lot of that debt but they had a huge government interests that was really carried along and probably hurt them a lot of different ways as far as innovation and the way the bhawan just described it. It's clearly hurt for a lot of ways and look at the auto companies are doing really well right now so i think that's a great point. The other point on this make about this is that this is the world that we live in. It's the world that a lot of parts of our planet have been looking at japan over the last thirty years or whatever and then we are going to be saddled with debt whether it's consumers whether it's sovereign balance-sheets whatever the heck it is corporates. That's just the way it is. And that's why interest rates are really never gonna meaningfully. Go up again. Because we can't service all the debt and just make one other point if you think about twenty twenty and what's happened here. Obviously the fed has done their job. They hit this crisis early to make sure that we did not have large-scale bankruptcies right of some major corporations which would really snowball the unemployment situation here but let me just tell you this here. We are now four months out from expanded unemployment benefits. Were heading into the holiday season. We're in a very rocky transition and a lame duck. Congress and there is no more fiscal stimulus for small businesses and consumers. That need it really bad. So the fact that we have a trillion dollars for a bunch of companies that were buying eighty five percent using their free cash flow to eighty five percent of their free cash flow to buy back their stock over the last five years. The airlines and we can't bail out restaurants so we can't bail out consumers that is really troubling to me. Yeah we're really tough spot right now in terms of that bridge to the other side waiting for that other side for the vaccines actually be distributed and as well as injected into the arms of americans
"ambi" Discussed on Z104
"Equal housing lender license in all 50 states in MLS number 30 30. She was born June 26 1993 and began her career in 2008 in the Broadway musical 13. She's allergic to Cats has eight dogs and is really Good vocal impressions and is 100% vegan. She loves horror movies and says she cannot get enough of them and has also performed at the White House. She cites Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey is some of her musical influences and says the first song she ever remember. Singing is somewhere over the Rainbow Days, Artists in the spotlight is Ariana Grande. Maroon five began in 1990. For while most of the members were still in high school bands. Original name was Cara's Flowers. After moving to New York Maroon five. Singer Adam Levine got a job working at the fast food chain Johnny Rockets. He quit after only two weeks and also dropped out of college to continue pursuing music. Adam Levine is also ambi Dextrous. He writes with his left hand but prefers his right hand for most other tasks, such as playing the guitar, not to mention Maroon five was banned from China after keyboardist Jesse Carmichael wished the Dalai Lama Tibet a happy birthday on Twitter. Did you know that the equivalent of a garbage trucks worth of plastic is dumped in the ocean every minute? £17.6 billion every year. Seabirds are dying after mistakenly eating it. I'm actor Sam Waterston, and I don't want to pollute our oceans every time I buy my groceries. Go out to eat or purchase a beverage. You deserve a plastic free choice. Join the campaign. Goto oceana dot org's slash plastics today. Artist.
'All Black Lives Matter'
"And also beyond black. Trans Women being excluded from the conversation. We've also seen trans men like Tony mcdade be excluded as well he was a trans man shot by police in Tallahassee last month, and some people have been fighting to have. His name honored at protests as well for people who don't get why he should be included. What what do you say to them? THEM WHY is it important that Tony's name be included if the Senate Trans, humanity and Trans lives right and I think the say people want answers from the Tallahassee Police on Tony. mcdaid on who they say was armed. They say was this who they say was that, but they're not really a lot of reports about what happened. It's only the what the police are saying. Happens. And then then a lot of people are also talking about. She's not a victim of police violence, but Nina pop who is them a most recent I'm Black Trans Woman. Who was stabbed? Then Roll Missouri in early. May so I think that the those that push. To include their names? Is Just Center Trans. People and Trans. Lives and black lives in this moment, and there was even a march the other day that Senate on stonewall where a group of activists did a march that was explicitly devoted to him. In the midst of the protests for George Void so i. think that's what that's about. What would a truly inclusive black lives matter movement? Look like to you. I! Think truly was the black lives. Matter would look like the movement that the three original founders had envisaged right, and we should say three founders you referencing. Are Patrisse cullors Alicia? Garza, and ultimately that's right. The irony is that two out of three of the founders of all living, and then two hundred or three. R LGBTQ and they when they started were deliberately creating a movement that was intersectional, and which is committed to fighting transphobia. It's actually one of their stated principles, but the problem. Is that because Blm? For sorts of reasons that makes sense. It's not a hierarchical organization. It's decentralized one through decentralisation that means that the local group of people who ever decide to pull themselves together and declare themselves the Ambi- Ellen RBM. and. That means that you can end up. Not Trying to end up. Hating the existing biographies as they exist, and so, that's what I think happened. I don't think that it's a straying of. I think that it's just a structural thing and and the decision to create a decentralized organization which means that those values that are held at the top. Don't fall down all the way to the bottom because it's not a top down organization, so it really do think that that's part of
Haseeb Qureshi on the Unbelievable Story of the $25 Million Lendf.me Hack
"So last weekend. A defy protocol was hacked De Force. Which is a Chinese defy protocol backs by Multi Coin Capital last twenty four point nine million dollars via its lending platform. Lend me and let's not talk about the significance of that name. What happens with the D. Force attack? So it's kind of a complicated story and there's a little bit of a back story understand what exactly happened so it was a busy weekend and defy the the story centers around this particular asset called I. Nbc which was the cause of this hack and actually another hack. That happened twenty four hours before this hack so Let me let me. Just do a little to setup so I am. Bcc is this is just token that's basically a BTC peg minted by this company. I am talking. Which is a Chinese Theory Mall? It's like the biggest theorem on the world and I can see is not an ear. See Twenty it's an ear. See Seven seven seven. Two seven is a new token standard. That's kind of an augmentation of your see. Twenty there's sort of fancier see twenty with a bunch of other bells and whistles and it turns out those bells and whistles that they added to this token standard makes it behave somewhat differently than the RC. Twenty and it's a little bit complicated. What exactly those augmentation are but long story short. What it lets you do is if the contract that integrates Twenty doesn't know that it's integrating with seven seven seven you can potentially do re entrance the attack. We interesting attack for those remembers the same attack that attacked the Dow The original massive attack that resulted in the three and four so twenty four hours before this Linda thing happened I am. Btc which isn't seven seven. Seven was drained In the swap liquidity pool for Ambi Devers. So basically somebody was able to take a little bit of his NBC and steal all the money in the unit swap pool. That was that was a balanced between east and ears An IBM PC. So now this was not UNICEF's fault because you just want anybody to create a pool so he was like well you know this is kind of is really unfortunate but You know the people who created this pool should have known that it was well known in advance at seven seven seven. Have this problem so twenty. Four hours later So you know this is really bad. Everybody's talking this weekend. Twenty four hours later it turns out that some attacker out there was scouring of defy looking for places where similar type of attacks might have been possible in terms out the biggest liquidity pool anywhere for NBC was in Linda. So what is lend lend? F is a Chinese defy compound clone. That was built by these two guys. In China Mendel Yang is a Chinese defined buster and Shoeshine. Who's the founder of Spur Pool? Which is one of the largest theory mining pools so there too you can think of them as like defy celebrities in China. So this was a very hot project is widely renowned in China as being like the wheel. Breakout defy project Because China doesn't really have any big defy contenders was cut their their Export to the defy ecosystem. And if you if you remember back a few months ago they were actually brought to some controversy because they copy compound V ones code And they were aggressively listing assets into their collateral pool addy's mutations as their business model it's a lot of people in the West. Were kind of pissed off at them as being a derivative project content V. One so they they also an older version of compound rights compound upgraded to combine the two since then And compound has this very careful listening process where they list only one time. They do a risk review. They do all the stuff and Linda was a lot more aggressive in all of the assets that the added and one of the assets they added was this. Did you see and the reality is that people knew about this. We entrance the attack since at least June last year. Actually I think opens Zeppelin security research firm actually published an open source version of this exploit. That could actually worked against SLOP. This is back in June last year. So people you talked to anybody security. They know that this is a problem. So what happened was on April. Eighteenth us what was attacked twenty four hours later almost the dot it attacker started draining the lendup contract okay. You can think about this. As though basically the attacker is fooling this compound like protocol into thinking that they have more and more collateral than they really have and so if they're putting a little bit of collateral they can sort of double or triple eight quadruplet and they keep doing that over and over again taking bigger and bigger loans until eventually they take out a loan the size of off the money in the pool and By the end of about four hours of repeatedly iterating on draining money out of the pool the entire pool of Linda was empty and the attacker made off with twenty five million. Yeah so for people who are not with that attack. I'll just describe it briefly and also I just wanted to say the swap hack From the day before was a loss of three hundred thousand dollars but essentially the way this reinsuring reinsurance seat attack works is that it's like if you were to go to a bank teller and say. I want to withdraw one hundred dollars and your account has one hundred and five dollars within it. Then they'll give you your hundred dollars and then normally they would give it to you and then update your balanced five dollars but in this case with this contract does is. It's able to interrupt the teller at that point and requests the one hundred dollars again and because the balance in your account hasn't been updated five dollars. The bank teller thinks that you still have one hundred dollars like enables you to take out one hundred dollars again in. That's essentially how the these funds were siphoned from the Dow and from Linda me and you know these other and UNICEF Bob It's just like a small amount every time but it just keeps going in the smart contracts like matic and it works very quickly so one thing that I wanted to ask you about also was if the reinsurance vulnerability was known about with your c seven seven's from a year back then. Why haven't all the different smart contracts that might be vulnerable upgraded like an also weirdly? Why would it take somebody so long to even exploited if it was known for all this time? It's that's a great question It's it's sort of you know. People have this kind of efficient market hypothesis. Thing in defy that like well everybody in the world can see all these contracts and all the information is out there therefore the moment. That's something vulnerable is on May net. It should get hacked. And of course we see that. That's not true right. It takes some time for somebody to kind of put all the pieces together so a year ago it was known and security experts everywhere note. Seven has this issue. But you know it's like okay. Maybe the nine months or ten months later. Nbc's in Europe seven seven seven and they list on their own unions while pool. It's not that big yet and not many people in the West know what. Nbc is right And so it sort of takes some time for these things to get remembered an integrated in the right way that people realize like. Oh yeah there. There was at attack from a year ago. The real question in my head was it took twenty four hours after the use while pack for Linda for somebody to put the pieces together. Like oh I can do this to lend up as well And Try to imagine you know. There are a bunch of people probably looking. For what else can I do? What sort of a copycat attack that I can. Do you remember the Bee ex HAC? We saw a copycat attack like just a day later doing the same fundamental kind of thing with fresh loans against the asks. The same thing we saw today but it took a whole day for that attack number two to happen and I have to imagine. Somebody was like practicing. They were playing around with it. They were making sure the attack wasn't exactly the same. There are some different details. In how exactly that you contracts are set up but the overall problem was the same that the contract did not the contract allowed itself to get interrupted mid execution with another contract call. And that's the fundamental issue of re entrance fee that you have to avoid to fix this
"ambi" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Next tweet comes from Alan Lewis Lynton the seconds at Alum Lynton to can we get more buster and I wanNA play this first after the question. Can we get more buster as an alternative evil commissioner on the pot who that's what we talked about. Yesterday I came up yesterday when we were talking about the Eddie of Rob Manfred sitting in his office coming up with the juice baseball conspiracy and Buksh Ambi- said he wants to use that cut you know I thought about that Alan. That's a great idea. It might be fun to come up with a whole segment with Evil Commissioner right with the the rob Manfred <hes> alter-ego. What do you think I can get behind that because I would love to hear more this all right all right next week comes from Reggie deal at baseball nerd zero? Oh seven buster is tanking over Seattle is trying to but can't sing. It's ship to the bottom. The orioles royals naturally aged out only Detroit Miami and Toronto intentionally didn't try to stay good. The seventh with worst team Brody's mets no. I don't think tanking is over. I think there are a lot of teams that still look at the strategy and the under the current roles as we've talked about it makes sense and it's just so happens that I don't think all of them are intentionally tanking but in the American league it makes a lot more sense because you got all the superpowers at the top of the American league standings tweets today guys really good tweets coming over the last few days. Keep them coming remember to use the Hashtag bleacher liter tweets and before we say goodbye just want to remind the baseball tonight listeners about the last chance to bid on this unforgettable experience to meet one of the game's greatest ambassadors New York Yankees legend both on and off the field with a career spanning nearly two decades C._C.. Z. Sabathia her who you heard from before is baseball royalty as of July two thousand eighteen about the elites all active major league players in career innings pitched and career strikeouts is your chance for private and meet and greet with one of the sport's most well known names aims at his new home at E._S._p._N.. This experience give you and a guest chance to take part in a private meet and greet with C._C._C.. Bath the E._S._p._N.. South Street Seaport Studios Autograph and Photo Opportunity with the Yankees legend behind the scenes tour of E._S._p._N.'s New York City Studios. All you have to do is visit ebay dot com slash E._S._p._N.. To bid on the C._C.'s about the meet and greet but hurry because time is running out bidding and six o'clock eastern tonight one hundred percent of the proceeds benefit the V. Foundation for cancer research because in the fight against cancer like Jimmy V. said will never give up again. I'll say this if you get an experienced with CICI's about the he'll be all in and making it worthwhile for you because he's one..
Kawhi Leonard won't make decision on Fourth of July
"Whole collide leonard thing you know what it reminds me of john there everybody's gonna say what they think why should do everybody's been saying what they think why should do he's the last maybe the most important but the last domino to fall of significance in mb eight free agency so everybody has a thought on this is what he should do because he's gonna make the collider decision he's from california that has something to do with it you can't do do better than what he just did in toronto fermi that has something to do with it people always not always but many times you wanna go home you just wanna go back home won't have that opportunity to be where you grew up you want to return you're routes i think that's what we're going to get now there's different views of this right because you look at it and say what is best for them be what is best for dnb eight slash tv what is best that's worthy mbh competitive balance for me i get the concept and i've railed against it from time to time about competitive balance in the super teams because i think it's a slippery slope mbh doesn't happening are other sports very often but any mb eight because the money is gotten so enormously large the money is not the defining decision many times for an athlete when the money was good but not ridiculous like the depth the ridiculous money is i think the issue not the top ten biggest happened have always been incredibly well compensated but it gets to a certain level where money is maybe not the number one driver you i'll give you i'll give you a different example in the nfl we always think you know maybe this guy not quarterback but maybe this guy in free agency will stay where he is with the hometown discount doesn't happen they always take always take make the most money why because he nfl's most money doesn't hold a candle to the ambi aids most
"Zombie snake" found in U.S. can roll over and play dead
"Have you heard of his ambi- snake? Zombie snake has been found in the eastern United States North Carolina state parks and rec have posted four photos of this famous snake it can roll over and it can play dead. This snake? It's technically an eastern hog nosed snake Blake. Love course when it comes to that goes without saying of the eastern United States, sny states. Where does the eastern hog knows fall in terms of popularity like a pow popular like how much people want to pay them. Yeah. Are they cute or they uglier? They dare. Yes. Of course. They're, they're gorgeous snakes. But I think people are wise enough to not put their hands in front of their faces. It's easily distinguished by the upturned snout. Right. He's not the one, I'm thinking of you, and you get that head shape and, you know, you just see the body on that thing, and you just know, to step back, you know, but, but if something's flipped upside down, you got to clear out the lawn, you're going to move that thing eastern, hog nosed snakes are available in the exotic pet trade. Okay so we can get one. Well, no. I don't usually when it said, exotic pet trade is that is that illegal? Oh, we're not breaking the law on this show anymore
"ambi" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Functioning. They have all their mental capabilities. The show is actually very funny, that it makes it pokes fun at the ambi-, tropes. But if you, if you want to come on the you'll have to eat rain, and if you don't get enough brains you become what's referred to as a Romero zombie. You know, which is the George Romero's, you're obviously, not under their melda rushed exact amount, and there's no there's no humanity left in you. As long as you get your regular diet of brains other than the fact that you become pale in your hair gets white, which, both things you can easily, conceal you can carry on the regular human being. So it's really blurring the lines and I know I interviewed rob Thomas who created I on being, and he was saying, 'cause I it was clearly different than really interesting going on the viral analogy. Eighty and one of the sort of plot points is that you have these. I'm I won't give any so you have a couple who are dating and one of them becomes Thembi. And then there's the issue of can use spread it through that. Right. Is like an FTE 'cause you can spread by having sex if your taxes on virus, and they have their, the doctor who's doing research, and, you know, yes. Condoms cannot protect from the Dombi virus of it's so small that it'll go through the condom, and so you can't have you unless you wanna become his own be and really kind of looking into, you know what it's like to have that kind of contagious disease. And rob Thomas said that. Yeah, they were definitely thinking about aids when they were kind of creating on the, you know, the stigma they find out that somebody is zone being there like, you know, spray painting on their house and stuff. And so you getting into all these kind of racial question. Nations, and it's very fascinating how it can be Pfeiffer. As you said, for so many other larger things will, and so that brings you back to, you know, I did a hitch earlier on on coast to coast, as a weekend, and fill in host, and I did a zombie trilogy. I did. There was a book out by wanna say, like a Yale economist who used the samba metaphor to talk about a world economics. And then there's a guy named Dr Steven slots, men who had written about the psalm be invasion of as another metaphor. Can't remember at the same time, what it was that he had used it for, but he'd written a book about about zombies, as a way of understanding, maybe it was pedantic I think the most have been he was a doctor. Yes, it was pedantic in general. And in both cases, the they wanted to come on the coast to coast, and I said, I'll do it. But we're going to pretend it's real we're gonna pretend that you are a researcher in a real event, and so they came on and they talked about they were great to play along with it because, you know, pointy head academics, don't always go along with stuff like that. And but Stephen slots in particular. And then we had on max Brooks, who came out and did World War Z. Yeah. And he, he did World War Z as though it had happened not talking about it as a book in a sort of a detached way. He talked about he talked about it as though he were the voice of World War Z. So I did these three different chosen than I will like I put a capstone on it after that because I could never do that better. But about a three or four months later, New York Times to the story on that. So if you Google zombie and then my name and New York Times, the story comes up called the Harvard doctor who accidentally unleashed a zombie invasion that did you see that? Yeah. I got it. Yeah. Of that worsen. Wells war of the world radio. Right. Totally what I was going for nothing original. But I thought it was fun to play at that. So he was really he was fun to do that. And, and so he wrote about that in the New York Times magazine about that experience, and he was right. There were people Eve's we were talking about. I mean just because he was a Harvard doctor at Harvard Medical School. And he's talking in the past tense about. So I was asking about well, remember this part of the NBA Beijing? And how how we turned the corner, and there were people who are like white what this happened once and they really believed it, and they were calling in that night to say, we, I'm missing something. Did he just say this really happened and, and we did it for two hours? And yet, there were many people that were like, tell me this didn't actually happen. I missed it. And, and so he wrote about it later on in the New York Times, and I got a big kick. That, that they did that story. All right. So I'm going to give the phone numbers out early want people to join the conversation. We'll be talking more with Dolly Schweitzer about about a detectives and mysteries. About private is, and I love to get you in on the conversation coming up next, then I don't know. Maybe we'll just do open lines for the last hour just for fun. But, but we'll get you in on it next. We'll talk about either we have a little bit more to get to one's ambience and.
Can tech help protect aging brains from online scams?
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by indeed. Are you hiring with indeed? You can post job in minutes. Set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist qualified candidates using an online dashboard. Get started today and indeed dot com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace. And Beilin ovo your systems are managed your devices secured, and your company's data is protected. Why because I t is what you do. And because being a difference maker is who you are. To learn more about the ways Lenovo is making a difference for IT professionals. Visit Novo dot com slash Ambi. Powered by Intel core, I seven processors. Everyone can get tricked by a spam Email or an online phishing attack. But older people are especially vulnerable from American public media. This is marketplace. Tech demystifying the digital economy, I'm Ali would. We're all being hit constantly with spam, callers online, phishing attacks scams and other fraud attempts. But there's medical evidence that otherwise healthy older, people might become more vulnerable to these attacks. My colleague David Brancaccio, host of the marketplace morning report has been reporting on how our defenses get weaker as our brains age. He said some researchers are figuring out how technology is used to scam people, and how that same tech could be used to protect them and just spoke with a researcher at the university of Florida Natalie eb ner from the department of psychology there. She and her collaborator, Daniele Oliveira, a computer engineering. Professor wanna know who is especially susceptible to scams, and who is not they sign up older. People I study put in a special browser on their stuff and then sneaky, researchers they creep in fake phishing emails to their tests subjects and the track who falls for the fake scams. Here's Dr EDNA. And almost majority of our sample forty three percent fail for those phishing emails, this included young and older diets, but it was, especially the older women who showed a particular vulnerability to those phishing emails, and most importantly, what we thought was that there was very little awareness of the risks that's terrifying. So they turned out to be vulnerable, but did not think that they were vulnerable and then tell me more about this forty-three percent. The people who fell for this, the most is the key. Right. Who might be extra susceptible so that we can help them protect themselves. It's not really their general health. It's not just the older. You get one interesting finding here older people with what researchers called negative affect where extra susceptible to online scam. So what's that mean? Well, they tested to see if people were having a bad day. Those are the people who seem to be prone to falling victim to these online scams. The people saying, oh, what a beautiful morning were more immune to tell. Me more about Dr Abner is research. It sounds like this is developing toward potentially a product that could help people, right? Yeah. Here's Dr Ed Moore again on a future. Product FDA is to use trophy information about the computer USA, combined this with information. We have about fraud indicators in emails, like how dangerous is an Email? What kind of techniques does it use, and combine this, in a tool, which we plan to call Marlin Merlin, the magician who serves the king would serve you. Maybe in a couple years. They're working on, perhaps a browser plug in which learns your deal, and then flag sketchy stuff with highlights could be bigger font. Suddenly or alarms go off way beyond what we currently consider spam filters David Brancaccio host, the marketplace morning report, you can find his coverage, and practical tips for protecting yourself from online scams, at our website, marketplace dot org and David has a one hour special brains and losses. The bottom line on aging and financial vulnerability, and that will be airing on public radio stations nationwide in the coming days. And now for some related links. You heard us talking there about the idea of cybersecurity product that could potentially detect fraud or phishing, attempts and warn people. Well David, and I had a little chuckle about how everybody I'm marketplace spent something like four hours doing cybersecurity training here at work, and we would all love browser plug in instead. Hey boss, but the fact is anyone can fall for these attempts and cybersecurity threats are getting way, more sophisticated and comment. This city of Baltimore has been struggling to recover from a ransomware attack almost two weeks ago. Hackers took control of city services, like utilities payment systems, Valence cameras real estate processing, and on and on and refused to release them unless the city paid a ransom most of the time attacks. Like these are the result of a successful phishing scam for social engineering. A report in wired said this week that both the democratic and. Publican national committee's still have major cybersecurity issues, and so do European political parties on Tuesday, a school in Ohio, had to send all its students home, because of a malware infection that crippled the school's technology Salesforce had the worst outage in its history late last week. You're getting the picture here in some ways, we're all losing the battle against hackers and over in Washington. The department of homeland security is apparently asking some of its cybersecurity employee's to volunteer to relocate to the US Mexico border to deal with border security. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN Carolina in Brooklyn. New York wrote to tell us, she's a longtime fan of marketplace tech and appreciates the content and the mission. Thanks Caroline to join her in keeping marketplace tech going strong donate online today at marketplace dot org, and thanks to Carolina, and all the marketplace investors who make our work possible. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by with Sabi hot cloud storage, thinking about moving your data storage to the cloud with saw the enterprise class. Cloud storage, at a fifth of the price of Amazon S three and up to six times faster with no hidden fees for egress or API requests, who saw these low cost high speed fully secure storage blows away the competition, including Google, Microsoft distribution starts here. 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Economy Of Thrones
"Moot. Happy Monday Cardiff. Hi stacey. So as you know, yesterday was big. It was the finale of a television show that everyone in the country has been watching for years. Everyone of thrones. Yes. Everyone, but minus one person, the only person in America who does not watch game of thrones. Well, here's the thing. If you'll game of thrones is this whole world? And this is where I'm hoping to sell you on this economics all its own. Okay. I'm more interested than only you. This is the indicator from planet money. I'm Stacey management. And I'm Garcia today on the show economy of thrones Cardiff give you a basic working knowledge of game of thrones so that you can at least function, impolite society, and I don't want you to worry because I'm gonna give you a little bit of economics to help the entertainment go down walked out of this room. If I ends. Economic. I had you economics. Excellent. Support for this podcast. In the following message come from Jimmy Nye, the regulated exchange making it easy to add bitcoin, and other crypto currencies to your portfolio. Protecting your investments with oversight and state of the art cybersecurity open a free account at Jim ni- dot com slash indicator. Support also comes from Google from Connecticut's, California, from Mississippi to Minnesota millions of businesses are using Google tools to grow online. Learn how Google is supporting businesses in your state at Google dot com slash economic impact. I wanted a little help with the economics of game of thrones. So I turned to this man limestone, he has a population economist and he got a little bit obsessed and started writing a lot about the economics inside this world. What we see is a world that is in sort of a late medieval stage of development, late medieval economics Carter, forget everything, you know, about derivatives and monetary policy. We are getting basic and I have five indicators for you. Today about the economics of game of thrones five indicators show of never seen. Well, the first indicator the army's, I mean, even though you haven't seen it, you certainly know that armies are a big feature of game of thrones fighting dragons fire-breathing. Yes. Epic battles between these giant armies these armies. They're sailing over oceans. They're marching over great distances. And lemon says economically speaking that actually does not fly because he says, moving armies around was just a logistical nightmare. It was like moving a city around, and he said you needed, like a ton of time between battles to just regroup and make new weapons. And he said all the speeding from one battle to another which happens and game of thrones. It's just not realistic. But never happen. Real questions. Are you going to feed everybody? Right. This was one of the reasons why the Mongols were able to steamroll through Europe so quickly. Is that the Mongols or horse nomads, who would go for months at a time surviving on, like the milk from the mayor's in their heard right? This army could. Actually feed itself to great extent. And so these European armies would would March out and it'd be like, you know, fifteen thousand guys on one side, fifteen thousand guys on the other, except on the on the European side on their Christian side. You've got, like, really like five thousand guys, ten thousand people kinda support staff in on the Mongol side, you just have like fifteen thousand trained horse archers who can survive off of, like horse milk. That makes perfect sense. Yeah. I mean big army got a feed. It got clothe it. But of course, as you mentioned, the battles, and game of thrones were not just about the army's. They were also about the fire breathing dragons, and that is our indicator number two dragons. So the dragons and game of thrones is, basically like a weapons technology. And he said, this happened a lot in medieval times, this new weapon would be developed and this weapon would give a huge advantage to one side for a while. And then everyone else would have to scramble to find a way to deal with this new weapon so you see, well, literally arms race between the quality of weapons in the quality of armor. So in the early medieval period, you've got guys in like chain chain chain, mail. Yeah. Things like that. And then what happens is the crossbow comes along. Listen, seventy. I mean you really need heavier armor, plate mail. Yeah, wait a minute. Isn't this some kind of dragons rights violation here? Why? Because. The dragons were referring to the dragons as weapons, but aren't they autonomous beings themselves capable of deciding what to do? Like are they just being wielded by one side versus the other or they like horses basically? So, you know, there's this woman denarius targe Aryan mother of dragons walking naked out of burning buildings. No, she does. So, well anyway, so she's there basically a weapon that she can use. But a lot of the other armies start developing weapons to deal with the dragons, and in fact, one guy, develops this aero- gun to shoot down the dragons, and they do actually shoot down and kill a dragon. Oh, it's kind of like if you develop a new aircraft. That's really great technology than the other side develops like an anti-aircraft gun exactly shoot. It down. Okay. Exactly. That is exactly what happened. That's the arms race. Of course, though, in game of thrones of fighting is not just about weapons. And armies it is also about defenses, namely walls. So this is indicator number three walls, while cities castles, there's also this giant. Wall that stands between civilization and these wildland where the army of killers. Ambi- is led by the scary night, king and Lyman says the wall thing is right on. But here's the other thing all the walls and game of thrones spoiler alert, they all get breached Limon's. That's actually also pretty realistic. But he said, nonetheless walls were still a really good medieval investment, if your city you're not thinking how resistant army fifteen thousand determined enemies. You can't your goal is just to make yourself look like enough of a pain in the butt that when a rating party comes through, just be like look, you could take six days to besiege us in look for the week spot in our wall, or you can just go onto the next village that doesn't have a wall. But then as everybody gets walls. Somebody's not enough to have walls. You gotta have a
The Bizarre Case Of Cotards Syndrome
"Hill. I'm beat I didn't get a lot of sleepless nights. So today I just feel like a ambi- UCLA that dawn. But did you know that some people believe that they are, in fact, the Walking Dead, Qatar syndrome is a rare condition where patients sincerely believed that they've died. Whoa. I may say that I feel I death, but he only mean it metaphorically. I didn't know that. Anyone said it literally how do people go about their day when they think they're dead? It's rare. But it happens. Thanks to a range of possible delusions a relationship with their body completely changes. Some patients believe their corpse others think that their organs are rotting sometimes a patient might think that their body doesn't even exist at all. That's just the physical body, some individuals with Qatar syndrome believed that their soul is doomed to hell or they experienced luge of immortality. That seems dangerous. If you don't think about it really exists. It must be hard to take care of it. If I didn't think our live or thought my organs were running, or gone, I wouldn't even want to eat. And that was the fate of Mademoiselle ex a patient of French neurologist Zuhdi Kotaro in eighteen. Eighty Mademoiselle ex-police that many of her organs were missing. And as a result, she was sure she didn't need food Qatar witnessed her death by starvation and his report of the case led to widespread recognition of the syndrome. Doctors today are still researching how to prevent and treat the condition. There's moment of science come from Indiana University, there, thousands more moments of science on our website at a moment of science dot org. I'm Yale Cassandra dog less.
The 3-Step Process That Leads to Business Success
"Our first guest today is the CEO of creative center of America. She's a Forbes coaches council coach who works with business. Leaders emerging experts nonprofit professionals and creative talents who are building their brand and Robin Blakely. Welcome back. Hey, thank you for having me, Frankie, still you have a different philosophy. You know, when we when we hear about business we hear about. The conversations are not really filled with any kind of fun or humor. They just aren't campaign. That's true. Yes. Ambi through but you're putting fun back into business. How are you doing that? Well, one of the things that we really think fun is a is a foundation for creative thinking, so we are wanting to look at things in a different manner. We use a lot of toys and games in our you know, to to illustrate concepts, and and it just lighten the mood. It gets people thinking and looking at things differently when you're having fun. And if it's directed fund, it's a certain kind of fun that we like to focus people toward, but when they're having fun. There's this opportunity for creative thinking to happen. And when you have great if thinking it leads to innovation and that leads to you know, success. So you say that fun can ignite a three step process that leads to business success. What are the steps because every time I've ever had a conversation with with people about. Outings? And I did a couple of painting parties for a few years. I did those painting parties and. I remember we did a couple of corporate events. And it was the most amazing thing to see people get out of their their shells and paint and let loose and have fun and the connection and the the the. So exciting to see the admirations. They had preach other. It was so in the low laughter. It did never stopped laughing. That that's well that that part is really relational and such a connection between people when they can, you know, kind of get away from the stuffy atmosphere, and and kind of get to know each other on a human level. But one of the things that we're thinking about when you're on your talking about this three step process. You know when and having fun be part of it. Big success is usually tracked down to an awful moment. When you when that moment when you thought of something big or he thought of something new or there was something different or innovative about an approach. And so what we're wanting to think about is how to focus on that. How do we make it possible for that big aha moment to happen? And we know that it's possible when there's a certain kind of fun there. You know, when we set the stage for creative thinking when when when it's like a like when you open the box, and you're gonna play monopoly or your opening the box in playing the game of life. We want to open that box. And and help guide you toward a particular kind of thinking. So we want it to be fun. We want to have the creative thinking guided we want to open that door to innovation. And that's where everything goes, you know, where those all home moments happen. You know, when that innovations directed business success will happen until it's fun. And then create a thought then innovation, and that's where the business successes is
Pompeo Makes Unscheduled Trip to Iraq to Press U.S. Concerns About Iran
"Been a busy few days of the US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo made an unscheduled visit to Iraq as tensions rise in the Middle East, then he popped over to London to reaffirm American warnings to the UK government about ties with China's telecoms giant Walli will warnings bahide. Let's speak not to Jacob park steady. Head of the US Ambi America's program at the think tank Chatham house Jacob will we'll get onto hallway in a second start with the Middle East, Mr. Pompeo turn of him Baghdad unexpectedly and a trip that was interpreted as an attempt to reassure the Iraqi government is these tensions rise over Iran. It's an attempt to reassure the Iraqi government, but in jersey away, it's all attempt to reaffirm America's preeminent place in the Iraqi sort of political system, which is going to be difficult because the US commitment to Iraq is at the end of very very long logistical chain where Iran shares a border with Iraq. Iran. Shares a religion with a substantial number of the Rockies. There are huge long standing cultural political ties, they're so Iran despite having a fraction of the overall economic military and political power of the United States on the global stage has much more directly leverage over rock than the United States dies at has in a much more long standing way US could eventually decide to reduce spread between the Middle East the wrong. They'll be there. So there's a fundamental. Disparity which goes against the broad power and Iran, and I think palm pales visiting the tempt to to try to shore up the US position in the face of that. I think his works out for him. Frankly, I think the the Iraqi government is obviously trying to balance between the two, but at the end of the day, they can read them out. And they understand that you know, that the people in their region are going to stand there region. In terms of influence, and and maintaining American influence and not just in Iraq different parts of the world. In order to go to Iraq, Mr. Pompeo, abruptly cancelled plans for meeting with Anglo Markle that didn't go down very well in Berlin. No, that's part and parcel with a broad deterioration in American German relations under the Trump administration. The president has clearly decided that uncle miracle is his foremost adversary in Europe that German cars or national security threat to the United States does arly that the the Germany is leveraging its position within the EU to wage economic war on on American manufacturing Americans in general, obviously, that's the some central misreading of situation if not outright abrogations, but the fact of the matter is that's bottled something's driving particular rain. And if the few a few Germans are thrown under it in the process, he doesn't really care. So I don't think palm pale has done any damage to his. His main constituency his boss, the president by angering the Germans, but the damage to American German pies in if there, and it's substantial on this is this is just part of this is it is it is Iran, which is seems to be dominating Fulton Washington. At the moment, we have the move to deploy Achraf carrier strike group to the Middle East. We have these concerns about security potential tax targeting American interests in the region. The US says we do not want war with Iran. But but it it doesn't give that impression by its
Laughable, a top-rated comedy podcast app, comes to Android
"A comedy podcast app. Laughable available on IOS for two years has just launched on Android. The app is profiles. So you can follow comedians own podcasts and where they've been a guest. Once you subscribe to your favorite people and shows laughable keeps you current on future episodes as well, including people's guest appearances that developer tells us that no other podcast app is more highly rated in Apple's app store Spotify, his polish new podcast, terms and conditions style. Take forty minutes to read we couldn't see anything bad though. Meanwhile, the financial times reports on Spotify. Recent purchase of podcast production company podcast, quote, one person, close to the negotiations said that Spotify is paying more than one hundred million dollars in cash and earn outs to buy podcast the price equates to an enormous. Multiple on par casts limited revenues. This person added Google podcast is now transcribing some. Podcasts says Android authority have worked out how to see the transcripts in some Google podcasts pages, we linked to details in our developers corner in our show notes and in our newsletter today the finalists of the Australian podcast awards have been announced the winners to be announced at the awards ceremony on the eighteenth of may had the Seymour centre in Sydney, New South Wales in Australia tales of behind the scenes at the recording for Marvel's wolverine. The lost trail linked to today recorded in Ambi, sonic, it meant that the recording was almost like making a movie, according to a piece in inverse and event for you in Calgary. Alberta in Canada. Pod summit is taking place on June, the twenty second we mentioned a whole set of new podcasts in our newsletter and our show nights today including start here which is celebrating its first anniversary. Congratulations ABC news and youtuber savannah Brown is the guest on a new episode of seventeen questions.
"Zombie deer disease" spreads to several states
"Dear virus, a Google dare virus endear virus ambi- popped up. So basically, the disease is called chronic wasting disease. And it right now affects dear, but they're saying that the disease has hit twenty four US states, including New York, and it can affect humans, but nobody will actually know Kasai intas can't tell for another year. So so country, scientists worry brain-wasting zombie dare disease could spread to
Brad Pitt's 'World War Z' Sequel Shuts Down Over Budget Concerns
"A bit of news. I forgot to mention World War Z sequel dead. But apparently the Mad Max fury road. Sequel is starting to tire starting to turn a little bit. That's pretty exciting. Right. I'm disappointed about World War Z sequel. I like rewards Z a lot. So it's a bit of a bummer. The movie will doors e yeah. Yeah. I didn't like that very much. David Brad Pitt. They now have an opening to do something else. So they I think we've mentioned this before. But I liked the book World War z because it was an interesting format that I don't know if that would have worked it was actually adapted to screen, and but the movie just didn't really do it for me. I don't like fast not a fan of fast Samis outside of twenty eight days later. Interesting take fair. I love fast, these no there's scarier. That's like a slow death. Like, the slow creeping that suspense to me is more scarier, no like fast, whatever I'm just fucked. Just kill me. Like, I'm gonna die. Anyway, fat bastard. I'm going down the opening days like Lowe's ambi- like, I know I can live, but I'm gonna live bet. And that to me is worse than just a quick death. What about the zombies from? I don't know if there's. But from I am legend, those are Samis. They're kind of empires ambi-, though. Yeah. They can go in the Sunday, get burned, but they're zombie. But you least had the advantage of them. Not being able to go in the light. Yeah. I guess that's a good offense. But then again, I guess that's not really zombies. Right. I don't know. I feel like I could have been somewhat successful in the IM legend world. Put you in some sort of simulator. Put you on serenity type simulator f on that one Lert.
"ambi" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Was she? I think she was a Ambi. Pan sexual. I I think he was open to interpretation. Men women whatever I was not in a bedroom with him when he was behind closed doors of people. So I don't necessarily know, but I have not read any memoirs of his, but I'm fairly certain that he had some relationships that span the spectrum of life because I notice you have a fixation on him. We've played him. Now, a number of times each dead and buried he in the hereafter. They've had these huge museum shows of his work. Yes. Yes. In which people have been back to back belly to belly all over the world. So you're obsession with David Bowie. Continued it's not an it's none obsession I like him. He's not my favorite. He's not even in my top ten, but I will say one of my favorite songs in the world is the Queen David Bowie under pressure song that is back that's up there. But now, I notice that David Bowie had had appearances below us Madison Square Garden had one I think what about a year and a half ago two years ago. I think he was not with us two years ago. That would be make self worth. And instead of just plagiarizing your show. If you can find out when he leads Shapiro, Madison. Why why do you ask only because I know we're going to have a guest in studio who does not come every month to participate with Billy Joel in his monthly rocky horror concert. No, he and Billy Joel are not working with each other longer. He is liberty devito, and he was the drummer the original drummer with Billy Joel's band was with him for years decades. And I think thirty three decades if I'm not mistaken, and we started talking about liberty. Because I forgot I think we were we were talking about the Billy Joel concerts that happened here every month. Remarking all the people, and I was saying, please don't mock them because they're just fans, and it's okay. But then I sort of turned on Billy Joel after I saw hired gun which was a documentary that featured liberty devito, and he sort of told his story turned on Billy Joel when I found out that his best buddy in the whole world with a Dullard Dolan who owns Madison Square Garden and the Knicks and Andrew allies Cuomo king Cuomo Shinawatra your shop. I just discovered that we are missing two point three billion dollars in the budget. Woe is me shock of all shocks. We're gonna get to that later on in the show. But it's well high atop Madison Square Garden, any straight facilities provided to us in order to do this broadcast all of you. I mean, could the weather be any better? I haven't been out since about seven o'clock this morning, but it is supposedly lovely outside today. Absolutely. There's no hawk. He's flying around and he's talking mumbling shelves. He's procreating fornicated Burchett doing good. What if we get little hawk? Let's remember they they're called chicks. Yes. You little baby. Hawks. Can I use that? It's politically correct fertile a female should chick nowadays if you refer to I refer to females friends checks. It's okay. You'll be woman a woman you could get away with get away with it. Wait cash on one hundred percent if anybody is upset because you call them a check. We need to we need to go back to the year of the hawk starting today. Yup. It is the Chinese New Year, and we have now the sanctions of the year of the pick. The goat. No. That's over. See you have no idea of the lineage, right? Like, why IT I believe and correct me if I'm wrong anyone out there there were like twelve animals. Yeah. You could be named after the show and the the pig as I understand slept late for the party being held by emperor Jade or something like that. So that is why he is the twelfth. Got it all wrong. I do not. What about that? I read I know because my wife, Nancy nickname lone wolf, and she told me she knows she's totally into the lunar eclipse, the blood moon, and all that her personality actually changed more than yours do within the course of our three hour show. And shannon. For me that the pig was late for the Bank sad. Not because of that. But because the wolf had destroy its house and the pig naturally had a stay behind reconstructed house. And so the by the tiny got to fix have houses. What do they live in don't they just live in flop on? Oh, they don't live in that moment things or anything. But I I would like some aficionado of Chinese history to actually come forward. You know, it's too bad. We don't have any of our guests from Chen Yun who actually talking about interesting on stage and perform these things or what happened. Tom. But whether the year of the pig is based on the fact of the worst having destroyed the page house causing the pig to me the last at the banquet, meaning the number twelve th this is not right was late because he overslept putting him at number twelve th suggesting the pigs. Lazy Schwab Inle? Yes. One eight hundred eight four eight WABC that's one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two to gentle and accommodating as far as the personality goes, and they usually have a calm appearance in a strong heart their natural nurturers. So the idea would be your claiming the pinkish late. I'm claiming the pig was just trying to fix up his domicile giddy. You think pigs probably relied on the dragon. You pick up big Atwood with the tail and down to. They've had pigs work on the computer play, computer games. They're smart, but they they're lazy. You don't have any comfort. And there's people now have comfort animals who a little pig. We actually talked about getting one honestly, not a comfort animal to participate a little baby pig, but they talk they they get bigger than away. Hold on you and your husband actually, shot there in your pilots in Huntington, and you actually thought about getting an animal and you didn't discuss getting a cat. Geico pig we go all over the place. Not weird people like weird things. So we thought about I mean, obviously, we thought about a dog we don't want to do. But when we saw my husband ran into a woman who apparently raises pigs on Long Island, and she raised a pig and gave a pig to a famous celebrities superstar celebrity who is apparently a real pitch from what I hear this personality. I agree. I know Jackie who Utah. Do you? Yes. Skinny the first initial she's polish. She's from Wayne New Jersey. I'll leave it at that. Okay. Interesting. I think we might be talking about two different people know, this is JR. It's not Martha Stewart now. She's also been she has no doubt about it. Picks Justice Janine Janine Pirro. She had I I don't know if they're still alive. She did have to gigantic pigs when I think of pigs, and obviously you have this raising rising Asian prominence in our area because they dominate in Chinatown downtown they dominate in flushing out in queens, Hemi dominated ace avenue in Brooklyn, academically. They are at the top of achievement in a lot of our public schools and universities is now caps on Asians. You know, the blouse you ashamed to worry agents doing too good in the special schools. So they cap the Asians. Meantime, it's going to be the same number of whites are going to let more blacks more Hispanics in half, the number of Asians. So the year of the pig means look out. I'm thinking old major. I'm thinking Napoleon, I'm thinking animal farm, which we will read in school. Remember how the police to take on the world? Yeah. Wait, why are you talking about? What does what does this have to do with Napoleon has a lot to do? He should take Napoleon Napoleon Bonaparte. No in animal house. Oh, I don't even you ever. Oh, wait a second. Ladies and gentlemen. I really have to do an attitude readjustment. Honey, what you never read animal house animal house or animal farm. Oh animal. Take your take your pills over there. Anyway, let's let's go to New Jersey. Welcome to Curtis and Juliet Huddy here on WABC, Bruce. Yes, she was saying about how big's on this that and the other thing she's you realize it, pigs are considered the most dangerous domestic animal house that. Yeah. Turn on you. There will tear you up with their lips and everything. Bad. Is that is that a frequent thing that they turn on you? Yeah. They're the smartest animal in the in the farmyard. Maybe maybe they're turning on people because the person is abusing them. Did you ever think of that? Wow. But whatever the case is. Well, I tell you what I remember as a kid, and I was five years old at the time we were visiting the farm the sleeper compound in Lockport, Illinois outside Chicago, where that part of my family was Ray shall side of Chicago forty Rockwell, and it was my job to go out and take the scraps off the table and slop hogs right polish people love, pork, pork products. I in polish. So in fact, every candidate going to Iowa all nine thousand two hundred and fifty two Democrats a year in advance of the actual Caucasoid caucus share. We'll have to take a pledge to eat some kind of poor product is going to create a problem for Corey Booker, who's a vegan you got to either have a porch shop in your hand, you have to have a porch pork sandwich. You have to have you got you have to pledge yourself to port their pork bellies. I'm sure there's some sort of fo- pork that he can he can deal with piggy. Can't anyway, let's go to Mike who's calling from New York. From the Kurdish and Juliet Huddy here on WABC, Mark. Hey curtis. How you doing? Listen, you know, why the pig is the last one? Right. As you know, observant Jews observing Muslims. They don't eat pay. Yes. Right. Just yelling Louis Farrakhan has said, you know, to his members of the nation of Islam. You can't eat swine. You know, there was a lot of people out there were refused to eat port. And in fact, my wife is one of them she she knows it. I liked pork. So she showed me she showed me one of the films of how now I know. How's the pigs and how they end up killing them. So we can eat one hundred and twenty million of them a year. Most of them are in Iowa. But the second stay with the most pictures North Carolina, and I've never eaten porch inch. What is she going to do when she's over at the house this weekend? Are I'm concerned about this. Do we have to believe that to you? Your imagination lady Jane channel? What should I cook? For her. I have to break it down to you one eight hundred eight four races UAB, she it's gotta be vegetables. It's gotta be vegan. You can't eat half the fan. I mean, this is a real challenge. So guess what the menu? According to the one eight hundred eighty eight four eight nine two two two..
"ambi" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
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"ambi" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"The ten free throws. How many of you making? May. Five fifty percent free throw shooter. Which is then there's so many players. Stan. How would you do? I'd make ten. Wow. Josh, you're on with standing Gundy. Go ahead. Josh you coach Drummond and Howard, man. Josh you're on with Adam Schefter and standing Gundy. Ask a question of saving Gandhi. Please. If Andrew luck was named Andy and Andrew in Ambi Dalton was named Andrew would they have different careers? Greg question. They would injury luck would not be nearly as good if you were Andy. Adam. Thank you for tolerating are nonsense. We'll check back later on. Thank you, sir. Part of the nonsense anytime guys. Judging chatting die for some by the way. I should've said this listen to the Adam Schefter podcast new episodes weekly on the ESPN app or apple podcasts if we're gonna wake waste time. At least listen to what else he's doing donlevatar d- Yanni out of a boo boo to God's Jaanus out of a boom boat. VC's live with our show with his two guys on ESPN radio. Brian wind horse will be here in about twenty minutes. Or so to argue a stand Van Gundy about an article that wind horse wrote that STAN Van Gundy did not agree with just quickly. Stan what were your thoughts on Adam Schefter as a basketball analyst where there two or three things that you vehemently disagreed with? Was there anything in there that you heard that you're like that's not correct? No. I actually thought he was really really good. Thought he did a good job. He does a lot more about basketball when I do about football. I'll tell you that Mike what can you tell people I wanna get into some of this Trump the idea of Trevor Lawrence not being able to go pro in a second. But before we do that, we are very slowly. And we're asking for your patients at every turn, and we're asking for your forgiveness at every turn we're very slowly trying to build the lebatardshow friends neck network here, and we been selling you stuff, and we were overwhelmed by the demand. And my we need to get some customer service information to people who want their stuff we're asking for patience, and we will get your stuff and the stugotz army has come strong. They want the stugatz stuff. So what can you tell people who haven't gotten their stuff or who might not be happy with their stuff? Because a lot of people think that this was alternately got scam that you just order something sent him your money. And then you don't get it. But they're. Been some delays as we figure out how do this with ESPN and Disney because it's not something they've done before they allow show to sell its own merchandise. So what can we tell the customers because I do not want? This looks like selling out literal selling out if we don't get it. Right. And we've got to get it right over time. So what's happening, Mike, the you can tell the customer? Well, it happened over the holidays and the chief concern that I saw from a lot of people was they weren't really getting their tracking information their reasons for that. Pardon me. And we we'd like to help you because the demand was just really overwhelming. So if you're having issues and seem what you're tracking info is or you're worried.
"ambi" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"This. But we are looking at Americans. Now Ambi say what kind of people are you? Right. I mean, when you when you watch these all these hundreds of movies made on on on Hitler, other despotic regime, and you say, oh, how horrible then look what you've been doing. Yes. We did it in Vietnam. We killed a million a million and a half people there, but just since nine eleven how many murders have been committed in our name. And they keep announcing them as they killed hundreds of ISIS or are Haida people. But then you look at the murder the genders twenty percent of them female, you look at all the children, you look at the elderly and say, really. Of the governments created this. If you knew what we knew club and then Americans go to sleep because they give it say. Well, if I guess they know something we don't all these people needed to perish for our safety. It's the biggest lie we've been told. And until we wake up to that. I don't know that we have a chance. I also I'm with you. I think once you're hitting the pocket book it becomes much different. Maybe you have is to see them. I don't know. But something's big it needs to happen. And I fear maybe a false flag by our own government blamed on the Middle East Aycell. What have you whatever group? They wanna blame it on. Do you see that coming down the pike to as I I mean, that's I'm almost expecting it. It just seems it's happening outside the United States constantly of our website. I through my contacts voting Pentagon and aim Turkey. These are military contacts. I our website had a press release on training camps from the US. Airbase in Turkey. This is in Adana area. And and training all these Syrian militants to use for false flag operations inside Syria. Again was be released. This six months before any news about Syria started surfacing in mainstream media and be put that public. We actually created a video on this on YouTube. He put it there. We had our sources some of them anonymous be these speculated all this that this is exactly what was happening. So we the United States NATO we were training. These people in Turkey. In United States base military base air forbade airforce base in Turkey. We were giving them weapons training them. And then smuggling them back into the Syria three and a half four years ago. So all these things that we hear that they did this. And they did this beheading you in some way, it is the artificially created terror events that we created obsolete. You know, they say toys R us, but during the eighties Al Qaeda back, then we didn't call them, Al Qaeda. We call them the freedom fighting dean, right and ambition Laden will they were us and since the Cold War, then you're looking at these at these so-called Islamic terror tracks including ISIS while they are they are heartless. Absolutely. And I don't know when the American people are going to finally wake up and realize that and I hope it soon. I hope more people are finally seen the two party system is one party. I'm here. It's just adding to the point of just craziness that after one hundred years if there was a party that was better than the other. We would've seen it eighty hours ago. The article I wrote right around the election times on on Obama, and it was called the two sides of the same coin. And it was and I came under attack. And this is another thing throughout my journey. It was unbelievable during the first four or five years of my case two thousand to two thousand seven two thousand eight the public support that I had came from people who are partisan. They were democrat thing call themselves liberal, and they because the gag orders, etc. Came from the Bush administration the Republicans. So it's basically was.
"ambi" Discussed on About to Review
"This is directed by John macphail, and this is based off of a two thousand nine. Nine short film, an eighteen minutes short film called zombie musical which I highly recommend it is all on YouTube. You can actually just watch the entire short film, eighteen minutes on YouTube, and it was the original zombie musical was written by Ryan mckenry Scottish film student who just wanted to do this passion project of as ambi- high school musical. So yeah, they kind of build this as well. As one of the trailers being billed as when zombie man when it's on demand when zombie land meets LaLa land you have in the apocalypse. I would kind of go one step further, and I would say like win high school musical meets Walking Dead meets LA La Land. Even though I don't even like putting La Land the comparison because well, I enjoyed Anthony the apocalypse way more than LaLa land. I will just put that out on Front Street. So yeah. So the original film, though, the short films ambi- musical. Won a BAFTA when it came out, which is awesome. So they started working on and workshop ING a feature length film pretty soon after that like with Ryan and his writing partners who are involved in Tommy musical in twenty fourteen when they're kind of finalizing the script Ryan was diagnosed with bone cancer with a type of bone cancer. I'm not sure exactly which type and as they're kind of working on it finalizing it in twenty fifteen at twenty seven years old Ryan passed away from cancer and all of his friends who had worked on him, not just zombie musical. But also on this new treatment for a feature film were there the whole time, and there are talking through it and one of the. Me actually, see I wanna get this quote, right? Two two. Oh, so the guy and I forget his whereas his first name. Nason LA Karoo carroo. I'm not sure exactly how to pronounce that. Sorry. If I'm pronouncing it so that was who he worked who Ryan worked with on zombie musical. So he gives us quote when he is talking to Ryan kind of towards the end of his of his life. You know, when when things are getting bad, and he says that I had a conversation with Ryan in January twenty fifteen and I asked him would you want us to make the film if the worst happens, and he said, yes that we should that belongs to all of us that it was the first proper thing we'd been able to make together. I just hope it wouldn't be the last thing we'd be able to make together heartbreaking story from twenty fifteen win. Again, this young filmmaker who had created also like the vine sensations where Ryan Gosling would not eat his cereal and you'd see this. Spoon. Kind of go up to the screen. That was Ryan mckenry. That was the guy who did the short films ambi- musical and made those vine kind of huge mean explosions at kind of came up from that. And after he passed away run Ryan Matt Ryan mckenry passed away..
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"ambi" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum
"While the distance. Having said, still joy resistance. Star by tactics. Tim Etchells is how Impactus. Say. Day the Jays everybody back. Welcome to pop culture continuing this John Eliot, MRs Patrick McCarty. And before we get to far into everything we should talk about the most important thing that everybody's excited about right now they made a sequel to. The movie from last year with live from is ambi- Christmas prince Royal wedding. I didn't know that was a it again. Yeah. Netflix. Right. Of course. Yeah. It was the first one on Netflix yet. Okay. Yeah. I saw the ads for it. I didn't know it was related to watch it. I guess that'll be this weekend's entertainment home. I got the. The reason I found out about was from vulture thing. And the the headline is Christmas prince, the Royal wedding is just as ridiculous as the original which you would hope for. It wasn't good and awful. It was dealers. I watched it was because because she was in and she didn't make it any better. Now. Bad. Yeah. I mean, well, she couldn't have nobody could have made it better. Yeah. I I wonder if she is more famous for that series of movies than she is fries on I have to believe she has because even though is on on net. Flicks. That's you know, I think more people watch the cheesy movies than watch is ambi-. Well, when you look at her, I m you know, they put the most famous things I and oh, she was in lovely bones. I never saw that either. So that's her most famous thing and second is is ambi- third is pedals on the wind. Oh, wow. What the hell is like a. That's either at romance novel of V, C Andrews, not can't tell. Is a movie with Heather Graham injures? You're right. Very good. And she was a child actress, she was us on the piano. Yeah. Christmas thing doesn't come to four. So maybe zombies more popular than we think of good. It is on the CW. Yeah. I guess that's true. I feel like no here. Right. I guess more people probably have basic cable than half net. Flicks. More people have like not even basic cable. Yeah. I don't know what you'll probably like regular TV. Yeah. Yeah. She's an an episode of TV show called. I'm sorry, which I've watched I've heard it was good though, time Scott. It's also on Netflix six. Yeah. It doesn't run on that flex. I think they just have the episodes. I just keep seeing it popping up. Yeah. I know I I should see the lovely bones. I mean, it's such a pretty title. I'm sure it's a very joyful movie. Of course. Yeah. Yeah. So what's? So I've been on vacation..
"ambi" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast
"It's ambi- or something like that. I like another like trope that. It'd be like wacky Lincoln, you know. Yeah, there's a whole movie where he hunts vampires. Yeah. Or us made I don't know about that. Clone high is about you know, Lincoln as the main character, it's like a high school. Yeah. You know, something like that. Or there was a hard drinking Lincoln was a I think it was Mike Reese, Al Jean. It just Lincoln such like an iconic. Yeah. The Rick and Morty character whose half Lincoln half Hitler. It's like a genetic experiment. Yeah. People do with him all the time. Yeah. He's he's in Bill and Ted's, you know. Oh, right. Ends with and party on dudes think. Because he's such an iconic image that lay it's such an easy thing to then twists and then be like now, he's wacky. But he he just was right? He like was that. And the most, you know, the bloodiest period in American history, probably the most painful dark time, and like dealing with the most serious issue in like American history. And is this like jokester, basically, there's a detail he did impressions of his opponents into Bates. Yeah. Which is really like a I mean again relevant to now or it's like, where's the dignity in politics or something? And you're like it's never been dignified. Like, it's all seriously. It's like, yeah. It's always been cruel and Lincoln like silly imitating Jefferson Davis. Yeah. Because like contemporaries writing about Lincoln, partly because the past was very racist. But one way they would say he was good at impressions was that. He can do almost every ethnicity like Dutchman he can do Irish. And he can do black peop- amaze. But also, there's a famous story of Lincoln was campaigning for to get re elected to the Illinois state house of representatives, and he had an opponent named Jesse b Thomas he was in a live to bait with him. Thomas said mean things about Lincoln and Lincoln decided to get back at him. He would just do a really mean impression of how Thomas talked and walked and looked and the crowd was howling and laughter and observers say that it made Thomas cry publicly like his opponent wept because the impression was so mean and the crowd laughed so hard at it. And that was ABRAHAM LINCOLN running gear office, basically doing mile lake rap battle, right? Yeah. Like there's movies and plays of the Lincoln Douglas debates on how stentorian and perfect of an order. Lincoln was and he would also do crazy bits about the. Yeah. He's spitting rhymes and like a crew people. Lands thing about this guy's doing an impression of it's like, the comedy, central roast of goods opponents killing it. Great. Are she vice president Hannibal Hamlin is here? And he's like, oh here we go read. We're trying to watch it like other efforts are dated. But this was the golden age, you know. And then they have like they have like a couple of stock people who are clearly there just to make jokes about them. Like, you know, like vanilla ice is on the panel or something. All they're just they're so they can rip on them. But getting paid. Ray like secretary of war Edwin Stanton has to have some jokes about celebrities of the time. Yeah..
"ambi" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"So now does show Roseanne here on ESPN LA. Ryan highlands. Our guest co hosts today, we will have our Laker pregame show at five thirty beginning at five thirty Michael Thompson. We'll stop by there. And we'll hang out until the Lakers. Get ready to take on the sons. If you missed any part of the show, we've had some great discussions today was in the house earlier Buksh ambi- was on with us talking World Series. Mason was with us from Boston talking World Series. Chris Haines was with us to talk about LeBron and what's going on with the Lakers, and what could potentially happen in the offseason with the Lakers, again, if you missed any of that, please subscribe to the podcast this Adana show podcast on apple podcasts rate review. It all that good stuff. Please. I so to answer the question that our friend Daniel who called in from temple city had about analytics, we're talking about the process and the dodgers process and they're going to stick to their process because they feel that that is the best way to achieve success. It's what's been successful for them. Now. Look, I understand. That over one hundred and sixty two games sample that analytics probably works best. Yeah. But it's not to say that they don't have the numbers available to them for these short series. Okay. Then do summarily dismissed it. As just oh, it's not the same game. Correct. It's not it's a marathon versus a sprint. But it doesn't mean you don't have the ability to prepare for the sprint much. Like, you would have a way to prepare for the marathon. So they have numbers available to them for both particular cases with that said his first question to me was about Brian dosier playing second base. Yeah. As opposed to Kate who was playing center field. Now, they're measurements. Will tell you that if they're going with an all righty lineup because they're facing a lefty Chris sale that the best place to have key que es as you pointed out Daniel because he's got the stronger arm. Is to put him in center field as opposed to second base. Now, it did come back to bite them in that particular situation because dosier kind of not fumbled the ball, but he was slow to get out of the glove and get back to I and that ended up costing them. But that is the rationale behind that. It's the Alrighty lineup against a left handed pitcher, which by the way, they did. I really awesome. God. They did a really awesome job Ryan of getting Chris sale out of that game early. He didn't even face or get out twelve batters. So they did their job on that. And they they feel that the offense is more important to them in this particular situation, then perhaps whatever small issues may come up defensively in this case, they weren't small because it just happened to go that route. I like that George it's it's process versus results. You can have the right result and the wrong process. At times, but they but more times than not if you have the right process, you're going to have the favorable result. It could happen. The other way nothing is. Sure. Fire because if everything were sure fire and process result..
"ambi" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"Tests. We've done this with the t test or even better. Oftentimes go left for the control, go right for the treatment. But we ended up doing of four and five choice experiments where there's only one corridor or avenue that had the treatment and the other ones were all controls. So highly significant activity. And we found something that I can. My dream is be able to do track locust plague into a fifty five gallon drum put these fockers Africa and just create a massive, huge, huge attractive factor. The cool thing also detract and see is not lethal so that that that comes later the infectious state of the mice Olympic grows and then penetrates the skeleton with a high full peg anchors itself, sticky little tongue, and then a dissolves extra skulls in the titan. And then the Haifa peg invades into the body of the insight and mom. Defies them. So these are many people heard about these ambi- fungi. This is what they are. Some of them have a cordless ups representation as little club fungi and Costa Rica elsewhere in the subtropics the. Many of the aunts there are well known for the leaf cutter, ants and other answer known that get infected with this fungus. They climb top canopy of the trees and they locked are mandible underneath a leaf and wing mushroom comes out of their head in their anus sport. In this way, the fungus gets spoiler and free air conditions high up in the canopy. So it causes uncontrolled behavior of climbing with these insects. So this item, it's breakthrough. And the reason why this to a group of investors and I got a million dollars and so I like to tell my daughter, she was very instrumental in this and the licensing agreement had some limits on it. They had taken the market within five years. I pulled back a licensing agreement and they didn't take the market. So I pulled it back and everything's actually quite friendly. But it's a little bit of a mystery wide, not make it to market. And I have a lot of conspiracy theories as a why did not make it to market. I hesitate to mention those. But I was given a chunk of change, and I was smart enough to realize that they can't question this and that was a condition this has to come to market but doesn't come the market. Then I get the patent rights back and not been issued. Nine patents on this. People go to the US patent homepage. Look them up. The latest patent was issued on this two years ago is really phenomenal because I have gotten antiviral properties of my Cillian and I have these patents on these intimate jank fungi of all insects in all diseases vectored by insects. It doesn't get bigger than that. What are there any types of and. There are a number of different areas I want to dig deeper. Are there, are there any particular common viruses or particularly lethal viruses that you've seen applications for using my slim. In terms of resistance or feeding. Yeah. Well, there's there. There's a lot of examples of that. So I published an article in the journal review journal called Erbil Graham and June of two thousand and one summarizing all the literature that's been published on the on. The antiviral properties of mushroom. My Cillian is a whopping one page long with like six references virtually very, very little out there without June of two thousand and one September eleventh, two thousand one. Nine eleven occurred very quickly. The greatest concern for the defense department and bio security was a weaponized viruses. Pox viruses anthrax. Bacterium. The anthrax attacks occurred a few weeks later agreed researchers in the us defense department where scavenging literature on my article. I said, well, there's some evidence here. They contacted me because very large library now they may send large people don't have. Libraries have about eight hundred strains of different species of mushrooms, many, which in the old world forest, some libraries have twenty thousand a culture, so I'm small compared to them, but I'm private on not not a big institution,.
"ambi" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Nice, three hundred thirty dollars can Nashville. You're welcome. Ken. Couple of best and worst best Bartman two point. Oh worst, the back swing yeller with tiger PJ Montes tweets, Red Sox, making it to seventy wins the worst guy not giving the kiddo, the baseball come onto a. We're giving you new information here now. So the the guy was not a bad guy. He was handing out baseballs there. Here's another one MB Smith one twenty twenty-five. You got to put blame on that kiddo at a glove and pull the Bill Buckner. It's gotta learn to watch. The ball goes through his tag, no participation to of. I'm right there with you. Ambi at love tesla. Yes. If that's my son, I'd say it next. I caught it. Yeah. I go great Santini on him. Then bounce the ball off his forehead who Bill Buckner. That's the law. It is a little bit you soon. Yesterday, brewer fans cheered for Josh hater, and Josh hater. The all-star reliever. Tweets were unearthed that were seven years old, racist misogynistic homophobic, and he came in to a standing ovation. It was weird to see it because he hasn't accomplished anything. I mean, you're seventeen years of age. I understand what the fans are doing your hours come on, you know, we, we support you. You had a bad week, we support you. Okay. Just letting you know it looks a whole lot different from the outside if you care in Milwaukee because hater I don't exonerate okay. You're contrite and an apology. And I understand those things that doesn't mean that you all of a sudden go, okay, let's move on or everybody has to say, okay, move on. Seventeen is not twelve. So when he says, you know, when I was a kid, no, you're seventeen. That's different. And I don't know if there's something more that can happen with this. I mean, I'd be curious how you formed those opinions. If I was if I was baseball and I was going to use this moment with him and have him talk about, how did you come to that realization? How did you get that opinion like in a may be like, okay, who cares about that? I do. Your tweet that and this comes out if I'm one of his teammates and I felt bad for, you know, Lorenzo Cain, you know, they write to him, hey, as an African American, what do you think about? What's he going to say? I'd like for Josh haters alone and should be talking not, hey, are you gonna? Forgive him, and brewer fans give him a standing ovation. If he does something worthy of a standing ovation. Coming back from a bad week that he brought about, although there are people saying you're missing the point here. What about the people who brought those tweets back up. Okay. But he's still set it. That's it. You know, you can't go, oh, you know, those people brought this up there. You know they're the real villains. No, he's the bad guy with this. The tweets were said, are they were written and somebody unearth them? Was it a got you moment? Yes, but they didn't make up these tweets. It was just awkward to see him run in and get a standing ovation for what he's been in. Purgatory for six, seven, eight days. It's not. That's not bad, and I. Doesn't mean people have to just forgive, hey, let's move forward with this. It was, we're, we're, we're, did you see that yesterday. Let me see update the poll results. Mclovin okay. Who is worse? Well, now they're all I can't do it anymore. The guy who stole the ball from the lower kid or the guy yelling and Tigers backswing it's still seventy thirty. The guy who stole the ball from the little kid, but he didn't steal the balls. We have to change it. Do we have to change? And it's what's weren't dramatic if he stole the ball. But okay, gimme play the day Sutin. Play. Of the day. Play play, play. Chip is out Francesco Molinari as this putt to go out on his own top of the leaderboard. This could be put to win the open. But from round about seven feet rowers at Ford. Does mr. Putting the from front chits go more than RA. How'd you say caddy water, performance, water performance aid to under Paul. PGA tour radio with the call..
"ambi" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"We don't even know who that is that's just what you sir a week now you go i don't know who that is what's your name sir where are you calling from rico culver city riga culver city rico i go ahead caller you're on the air what's your name and where are you calling from ambi from lennox weak or not weak by kevin durant we she meet there you go holly you're on the air what's your name where are you calling from hanging out lay king weaker now we've got kevin durant never week never been week okay fair there you go one not not we we all right here week or not call you're on the air what's your name and where are you calling king how credible izzy and i'm calling from bellflower california okay renting and easy way out is he weak or not weak not we only tell you why okay player he knows that you any no little bit older and we saw how greedy has got right when he wanted to get the more money went to dallas right they totally out for him okay he it completely smart to stay in this system right show due to right now a caller you're on the air where are you calling harrison barnes from temecula california temecula yep there you go weak or not weak kevin durant now week man putting it together for years okay three two on the air who's this what's your name where you're calling from more on from they'll be see kevin durant never week he's taking a way out this way now he's not week are you kidding me okay next caller caller you're on the air tomato tomato pronounce nelson dirty beach caller where are you calling from.
"ambi" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Then come back as ambi and now more and more either if you die it takes three seconds and you come back on your as long be or we're starting to get these really interesting narratives where like is ambi or the santa clarita diet where does on these still very much alive right it's almost like you're alive you just have a couple of these symptoms and i find that to be really fascinating and i think zombies speak to our fears of losing identity agency individuality etc and so there's something really interesting going on with narratives like is on van santa clarita diet where the zone base still has basically as much agency as human being right i think there's there's been a really interesting evolution in sort of what does it mean to be zombie i mean in isaam be that the test is a blood pressure monitor right because if you're on the you're gonna having credibly low blood pressure so that's been the test whereas if you look at a movie like not of the living dead you don't even need to do a blood pressure test where you can just look at them and you can identify oh that's his ambi right but now with these more recent narratives you can't always identify who is on base and then the walking dead even has a great episode from season one where rick and blend put like body parts on themselves they cut open a body and they drape themselves with guts so that they can blend into a proud of arby's in order to get away and it's kind of amazing that again they're all they do is cover themselves with these organs and this on these accept them as their own so i think there are a lot of really interesting questions about what exactly sets us apart from zombies your book is fascinating but also frustrating because as i read it i just think of like oh yeah just like the southern movie and just like.
"ambi" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"In the pantry comes out she says ambi and there's like twenty five people there i feel like one child zombie versus twentyfive healthy people they should've just like dispatched her and they wouldn't have turned everybody all at once this is not one of those situations like we saw the hilltop with tobin but even at the hilltop even with a fullsize tobin like five other walkers like people walked away from that one it was a nine all die right not everybody died but i guess the famous shelter i don't know what was going on they they were not prepared for this contingency sick persons die were they was this still early enough in dombi apocalypse that they didn't know how to kill walkers maybe i don't think so i mean these supplies that were in the just in case mobile look like they are in pretty good condition i feel like that this happened not too long ago yeah and you don't make it that far he had been in previous camps before that yeah okay and like even the people in alexandria they were pretty damn helpless and they knew how to kill walkers yeah so did you think that this story just it was maybe not the best writing or do you think that naomi is trying to slip it to us here i think it's just bad writing yeah and it pains me there are some things that the writers on this show do so well that it's kind of a delight it kind of keeps me going one of the things they do that i think is lacking on walking dead prime walking dead prime is basically at this point it's just a western with the occasional zombie that shows up and it's like oh here are the bad guys in here come the bad guys we're gonna fight the bad guys here's some more bad guys and here's different bad guys fear the walking dead really meditates on what is it like to be out there in this world and what about this situation if we went to this location how would we get through it if it was full of walkers and how would walkers get there in the first place how would they act in this location and i.