He has worked under Will Muschamp and Jim Harbaugh. He has been everywhere. He is the all too common NCAA coach. With the plan in place, I committed both mentally and physically to “The Cause”. Sweeping changes were made to how I trained. On top of that I reshaped some aspects of my diet (ice cream and milk based coffee were treats while vegs, seeds and nuts featured a lot more in my meals), largely staying injury and illness free.
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As a tool to end inequality it was about as effective as shooting an elephant with BBs.WOW, wilderness, great , post! Had to read it twice just to mk sure my eyes weren’t deceiving me.Affirmative action (LBJ called it positive discrimination) was launched all the back in 1965 . By the buffoon LBJ this after the DEMS guaranteed the republicans during civil rights debates that they would not do it. Under Nixon, and continued by Carter, came black hiring quotas.
Grateful that even though it wasn’t what I hoped for and even though it was never enough, it was. I feel like a free man. If I listen closely. The Mariana Trench is the deepest known part of any ocean. It is in the western Pacific Ocean near the Mariana Islands, close to Japan. The deepest part of the trench, at a depth of about 7 miles, called Challenger Deep, was named after the exploratory vessel HMS Challenger II, a fishing boat converted into a sea lab by Swiss scientists..
With all of that in mind, I have to say, when you watch these robots trying to do these complex tasks, it’s still sort of remarkable how slowly they move. We were watching the ladder task, and I think for the five or seven minutes that I was standing there watching, what we were watching was a robot contemplating the ladder, trying to figure it out so it could start walking up this thing. It just makes you realize how the things we take for granted are so complex when you have to program something to do it.