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"$275" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"$275 to full and part timers who provide proof of full vaccination. If approved, all payments will be made before year's end, 502 and Tropical Storm Mindy on the move this morning, it's formed in the Gulf, bringing some heavy rain to the Florida Panhandle. Anything overly significant but increased rain chances really throughout the day. Meteorologist Nicole Carlisle with the National Weather Service says rain should be mostly done by kickoff for Thursday's Bucks cowboy scheme in the Tampa area. Mindy is expected to bring some heavy rain to the Big Bend area and parts of the Panhandle before moving into southern Georgia later today. And the cost of repairing storm damage from Hurricane Ida could hit $95 billion. That's the word from AccuWeather, which raised its original forecast on the deadly storm that hit multiple states, including Louisiana, New York and New Jersey. It initially said the cost of repairs could be as much as $80 billion. The agency says the U. S economy could feel the impacts of the storm in the third quarter, which the nation is currently in and the fourth quarter. That is Lisa Taylor reporting well. Howard University is staying offline today. The Washington D. C School says undergraduate hybrid and online courses will remain suspended following an alleged ransomware cyberattack. Graduate students can continue accessing their classes remotely. And a crack in the case. Three people now facing charges for illegally capitalizing on a tragedy, or at least trying to Miami Dade prosecutors announcing a man and two women stole the identities of seven Surfside victims. The alleged crime started about two weeks after the condo collapse over two months ago, and five of the victims died in the collapse. The suspects reportedly stole about $45,000 more news coming up at 5 30 this morning's next I'm Natalie Rodriguez. NewsRadio. 6 10. W i o d.
"$275" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"If so, the Supreme Court has refused to block the Texas abortion law is becoming a very, very big story. Andrea What is her name? Ocasio Cortez Approach name Alexandria, Alexandria. Yeah, she She's getting all crazy about how Republicans want to take away role versus Wade. And she I thought Um, By the way, the ladies are both here. They're downstairs, Mike, and she says there's nobody in reception. So the doctor and I can't get the upstairs so please help me with that, Um I thought it's up to the states, but and we'll get more into this story later on in today's program. We've got so many things to cover, whether it's Afghanistan, the storm, the abortion law, and, of course, all the entertainment and personal stories that that I like to share. But I'm a pro choice guy. You guys know that so but not beating around the bush. It's not one day I'm not one day I am I'm pro choice, which does spit in the face of the way I talk about the vaccine mandates and all that, because While I do believe that is also pro choice and it is up to you whether to get the vaccine or not. I just think for the million times it's stupid. Not when I'm sick of hearing from you people. I really am, And if you can't do something that I can do it, that's just tough. But I understand that if you don't want to do it, you should have the right not to do it. Look, we should have the right to do anything. We want even stupid stuff, right? I mean, I did cocaine for 30 years. That was my right. That's illegal. I understand that's illegal, but, um, my body will do what I want. So I am pro choice. I'm not going to tell you whether or not I've ever been to a free clinic. But I will tell you this. The free clinic ain't free. Remember the first time was like $275. I'm like what? It's called the Free Clinic. So anyway, we'll take a quick break. 1 808 48 w ABC 1 808 48 92 22. We'll talk to Dr Carmen Castillo about whether or not vitamin deed the sun can help in the battle against Covid. Oh my God, she's even dressed in her scrubs. Because she's on the way to the hospital. I don't know. So the first of five great guests that include famous psychic medium, Gina Marie and Ice Cube live in the Bahamas. The Friday edition of Bernie and said rolls on All right, let him have it. Singer,.
Who Is Venezuela's President?
"But in agreement about who the government is in venezuela of late. This dynamic has like so many other things being more or less precisely the opposite of what it should. The country's president nicolas maduro tolerates little opposition while a goodly number of venezuelans and dozens of other countries. Don't think he's really the president anyway. The question of who presently is the legitimate government of venezuela is currently being examined by the supreme court of the united kingdom at issue is fourteen tonnes of venezuela's gold stored by the bank of england. It is quite a prize. Nearly a billion. Us dollars worth amounting to around. Fifteen percent of venezuela's foreign currency reserves the regime of president. Nicolas maduro would like access to this trove the better to fight. It says the covert nineteen pandemic ravaging venezuela. Although a few skeptical souls have suggested that maduro whose oversight of venezuela's public finances to date does not inspire complete confidence just might be more interested in further enriching himself and or his cronies venezuela a normal ish sort of country the repatriation of its. Gold should be barely any more controversial a request than the one any of us makes when we withdraw money from our bank account however the united kingdom where the bank of england is located is one of the countries which recognizes as venezuela's rightful president. Not nicholas maduro but opposition figurehead on guido. Less there be any doubt the. Uk's government this week reiterated its official position that it is quote. Clear
Reiki Healing, Chakras, & Essential Oils With Andrea Frasier
"I'm here with andrea frazier who holds. A master's degree in education. Is a national board. Certified teacher raking master teacher and is a certified transfer mational coach andrea offers online ricky classes at the shine ricky school. She is author of the bestselling book. The shock gra method and is the founder and facilitator of the online group. coaching programs. The shocker activation method and the healer within academy andrea. It's honor to have you here with us today. How are you is samantha. I'm so happy to be here. I'm doing great how are you. I'm doing great. Yeah i wanted to dive into this topic as well. We've sort of poked at this topic a bit throughout the Podcast life span but I i don't think i've ever had anyone who's really whole life is released. Circled around this concept and I know that you work. A lot with essential oils and shot grows and rakia and essential oils as well and ricky and essential oils is something that you credit a lot of significant healing and transformation in your own life to is that correct. Oh yes very much. Let's hear about that. How did this journey began for you. Yeah so back in I think it was two thousand three somewhere around there. I was in my early to mid twenties. And i was diagnosed with fibromyalgia which is a chronic musculoskeletal disorder and chronic fatigue as well so he just had widespread pain throughout. My body. just aches all the time. I was tired all the time. And i mean this pain had actually started early back as far as i can remember like middle school In my knees and it just got worse and worse over the years. Our i had trouble sleeping and and just insomnia and it was just always sick and i just never felt good like i literally felt like i was eighty.
Rhythms of Sacred Protest - Koach Baruch Frazier
"Wanna talk about somebody coming to to do what you're doing which is to be in rabbinical school after a career in another field. I'm just curious about that because up until relatively recently being a rabbi was like something that people did more or less out of college and as somebody who's now on the old side. I kind of feel like i actually have learned a lot in the last thirty years and if i were to become a rabbi which i've got rid would never be but if i if i did today audi much better at it than i would have been thirty years ago and so i'm wondering just could you talk a little bit about how you made that decision to become a rabbi. After having done something else for a long time. And how has that influenced the way that you experience being a rabbinical student. One of the things that was on my mind. When i decided that i wanted to go to rabbinical school was as a leader Leader in community already in saint louis missouri. Which is where most recently from people were already assigning the title. Rabbi to me. It felt very strange. A i that was one thing that propelled into rabbinical school. The other thing is that. I spent a lot of time as an audiologist and i was starting to notice that some of the people who were coming to me weren't necessarily coming to me for their physical. Let's say a problems or their physical situations that they were actually coming to me. And i was more so as chaplain than i. Was there. audiologist in as that started to shift. I say you know what. I think i should go to school. So that I've gone to school for a audiology. And i felt of my career was great and i also knew that there was foundational learning. That made that career great along with the experience in so i decided that i needed to go to rabbinical school to get some foundational learning so that those moments in time when i'm spending with people as their rabbi that the foundation is there
"$275" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The phone here. You know, earlier today, I said I just don't believe that this boycott if you won't call it that of the virtual of the voluntary Team activities was going, Tomo Hold up because there would be so many players that would be for going bonuses. By not participating well. Not so fast, my friend. The Green Bay Packers have announced that they're holding the first month of their spring team activities virtually and as long as you log on You will get your bonuses. And you will get your $275 per diem. Apparently that comes with it. What is Aaron Rodgers do with his per diem. Does he use it? Like If you're an Rogers won't you just decline the per diem? Do you need it? By the way, I didn't think it was he was that great is jeopardy off. For the record doesn't make me think less of him as a quarterback. Not great jeopardy host, but I don't know. We'll see. Green Bay Packers. Doing it virtually.
"$275" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Guy gave the workers of $275 reward, which their manager says will be used to provide the workers. Have a nice breakfast from the Southern California Toyota dealers. Traffic Center. We make it easy crash in Inglewood on the four or £54 out of the four or five approaching Manchester still got the carpal and left lane. Shut down here due to a crash. The things you're backing up now from about Elsa Gondo. Then, on the flip side, stop on four or five report. Burbank Boulevard in Van Nuys. Gotta crash in the left lane things they're going to be slow from Sherman Way and, unfortunately, delays kind of continue up in on all the way out to Howard Hughes Parkway as you're heading into Boyle Heights up on set of the five of the 60 earlier crash here being cleared from lanes, but things overall pretty slow from Colorado. Getting into Diamond bar and we found 57 of the 60 Gotta crash here involving a big rig Looks like the left three lanes now or shut down. Something's really backed up from Diamond Bar Boulevard in a very heavy right coming out of industry and the eastbound 60 from Azusa on over to the 57. So things were slow nor found 15 freeway getting through Corona from Indian truck trail out to about calico. Kate, if I and this guy helps get you there faster I'm jail with this hour. The carrion Shannon show brought to you by solar Max technology through April for 69 98 Get a solar panel system on the home battery Backup, but a solar max tank dot com. Definitely shorts and flip flop, whether that's next, so you get insurance to protect you when you have been injured in an accident. Promise it doesn't usually go down that way. That's why you're going to need sweet James accident attorneys. Here's what you can expect. When you get hurt the insurance company that promised to protect you will offer to pay you as little as possible for your injuries and you're gonna be left alone with these mounting medical bills. You got lost wages. If you want to be protected after you've been hurt in an accident, call Sweet James accident attorneys 805 152 100. They will help you get the medical treatment. You need fix your car while their team of attorneys will make sure you get the maximum compensation. Insurance companies know.
News Corp to Buy Investor's Business Daily for $275 Million
"Business daily. For $275 Million. News Corp also owns Dow Jones News Market Watch in Barron's JetBlue is getting into the travel booking business, launching a site called the
"$275" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Well, I Um I'm invested in many businesses that are all brought together by some or theme, and that is being a great business by integrating social conscience into the approach of the business. I think for our generation millennials, in particular were passionate that doing the right thing for business is not a nice to have it. They must have and that doing well and doing good are perfectly aligned. And there's no better example of that than aspiration. Which is why our motto is do well too good. Yeah, And like you said, this is something that millennials are especially very interested in and probably a lot of our entrepreneurs who are watching and listening. So what advice do you have for getting into that space of mission driven cos Well, the number one thing to be an entrepreneur is you have to Authentically empathetic. You have to understand what people need. You have to understand the pain that Flix people so that you can fix it because a great business is fundamentally about solving a problem that a lot of people face and solving that problem in a way that creates value for customers for workers and for shareholders. Yeah. So when you have this idea for aspiration dot com How did you turn it into a reality? What were some of those first steps to execute the idea? Well, we MM We got great seed investors like Jeff Skoll, the founding president of eBay, and then we built on the trust and confidence that those original investors hadn't us to start taking customers serving customers great products, and then we got more great investors, and then it's you know, it's a continuous cycle that you know, leads to bigger and bigger company that serves more more people. So you've had a lot of success with funding And this is something entrepreneurs would love to have a swell. So what is your advice for raising money? My advice for raising money is be authentic. Don't say what you think the investor wants to here. Say what you truly believe is driving the success of the business. People want to be invested with entrepreneurs who are authentic and real. As opposed to entrepreneurs who pander to the investor. You know, there's all these different books and articles about you know how to win investors, etcetera, but the real way twin and investors to be yourself. Yeah, that's great..
Railroads Strike a $25 Billion Merger
"Were here in Canadian Pacific Railway has offered to buy Kansas City Southern for $25 billion. Restore, says Canadian Pacific based in Calgary has offered $275 a share in a cash and stock deal. The price represents a 23% premium to Friday's close of $224.16. When Kansas City Southern's stock climbed to a record two trees management
"$275" Discussed on WTOP
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"$275" Discussed on WTOP
"1 49 1 46 went over the nets after that garrison Matthew steal Russell Westbrook, the game winning three and that goat Scott Brooks. Russell will will this game. You can do it every night. He doesn't take nights off. He doesn't shoot the ball Well every night. Asked that Westbrook 41 Boys deal with 37 points, You know, nine games into the season, the Capitals of still yet the loser regulation and NBC Sports Washington's Greg Laughlin. To me. It's one of the closest knit teams I've seen come together in a long long while. Doesn't matter who scores and they've had 17 different goals scores, which is tops in the NHL, and they seem to Really feed off of one another. They're genuinely having fun playing. And to me. That type of team could be very successful and the gaps on the way the Bruins again tonight, Patrick Reed won the PGA event in San Diego Dave Johnson ever you tell the sports Up ahead here on W T O P. We've got traffic and weather, of course, and then the updated list of closings and delays this morning from your weather alert station. You'll want to hear it all. Next. It's 8 17 you ready? Football is on its way back. The big game is this weekend and fan Dole is certainly ready. This is Dave Johnson and Vandal Sports book is live in Virginia. With that means If you live in Virginia, or as long as you are in Virginia, you could bet on your phone. I said Vandal is ready for the big game this weekend. It is the 55th edition of the big game. So listen to this exclusive 55 to 1 odds on Fanduel Sports book. And if you've never tried Fanduel before, new users can bet on either team and get 55 to 1 odds when the Chiefs play the Buccaneers, That's right. You could bet $5 and when $275 if you pick The winner of the big game on February 7th. I love the fact that the fan told sports Book half is so easy to use and again Fast withdraws..
"$275" Discussed on WTOP
"A Honda. George Wallace. We have been waiting for really, really, really, really, really good news for the last year about virtually anything And at least you got something for us tonight. That's right, Shawn. I do And that is concerning Ron Rivera, His daughter, according earlier tweeting that her dad Ron is officially cancer free, She said she tweeted that you just got off the phone. Mom and dad leaving the hospital and Ron Rivera's officially cancer free. So you're right. That is great news. After all, Ron's had to deal with this season and going through the cancer treatments, But now he's officially cancer free. So that is great news for Ron Rivera and his family. The capital's getting set to go tonight against the Islanders about a half hour just after seven. I should say Lars Eller will be out tonight. Tom Wilson be game time decision caps 40 and three half points in the first seven games. Of the season this year. Maryland women bounce back after losing to Ohio State's on their 10 game winning streak snapped, they beat Michigan State 92 52 uses 17 0 run early in the game to get it done. The Nats have picked up their backup catcher Alex Avila agrees to a one year contract back up beyond Rome's George Wallace, Toby Toby Sports Thank you, George 6 47 Dave Preston Here celebrate the 55th edition of the big game with exclusive 55 to 1 odds all the Fanjuls sports book. And if you've never tried Fanduel before, new users can bet on either team and get 55 to 1 odds when Tampa Bay plays Kansas City, That's right. You can bet $5 And when $275 If you pick the winner of the big game on February, 7th I like the chief's. Unless the Buccaneers bring back those creamsicle uniforms. Then all bets are off at Fanduel all.
"$275" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Her $275 weekly payments expired on Saturday. And NPR's Michele Martin spoke to her after that feeling that security blanket is ripped from you that you have that job, but you knew that you could rely on and it's not there anymore. It takes a lot out of you. I have three kids and I have to try toe not make it seem stressful for well, I'm at the same time juggling that award and many others thought We were losing benefits. So what is this bill mean for them? Well, it does mean these emergency unemployment programs will be extended, but by waiting until Sunday to sign the bill. Trump is interrupting the safety net for millions of people for at least a week, and millions of others are also going to lose a week's worth of supplemental benefits worth $300 S O in. Finally signing the bill Trump did put out the fire that he himself had started, but a lot of innocent people got burned along the way. Yeah. Cisco. How much does this latest round of relief aid, healthy economy and so many Americans who need help right now. This is a sizable relief package. $900 billion is more than the Obama administration is able to muscle through Congress with the Democratic majority back at the beginning of the last recession, eh, so it is an economic shot in the arm to go along with the vaccines that are rolling out now. They're certainly gonna beam or for the incoming by demonstration to do, But this will keep families and businesses afloat for a few more months and by the new president and new Congress sometime Obviously, a lot of folks will be disappointed that the direct benefits are not going to be increased to $2000 is the president wanted. But while that extra money would have been nice for a lot of people, it's not very well targeted. You know, a lot of it would have just sat in people's bank accounts because they can't travel right now or go to concerts or do lots of other things that they would ordinarily do with that money. We saw that with the last round of $1200 payments that went out in the spring, so compared to other measures in this bill like food stamps for unemployment benefits or compared to things that aren't in the bill. Like a two cities and states, you know, direct payments just don't provide a whole lot of bang for the buck in terms of boosting the economy. E wanted her back to you. Franco lawmakers are back this week. What are we watching for from them? Well, it's gonna be a busy week. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi plans to force a vote today on the $2000 direct payments. She wants Republicans on record opposing it something that Republican leaders really hope to avoid. In a statement after Trump signed the measure, Pelosi said a vote by Republicans against this bill is quote a vote to deny the financial hardships that families face. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell praised the signing in his own statement, but he didn't make any reference to any of the commitments referred to by the president. And Congress is also considering overriding Trump's veto of another spending bill on defense and again. It's really unclear what Trump's going to do. He's just continuing to add to the chaos here at the end of the year. Mm hmm. Scott. What's the larger economic picture here later? This bill comes at a really critical time for the U. S economy. We learned last week that personal income fell in November as earlier federal relief measures dried up. Personal spending fell last month as well, either because people couldn't afford to go out and spend money or because they were nervous about going out and spending money at a time when Corona virus infections are going through the roof. So the economy is really in a delicate place. Right now, this relief.
Everything We Know About ESIC
"The esoteric the E S I see they are correct me if I'm wrong new pretty much the governing body behind competitive integrity is that a fair way to for like ESL Dream Hack like a couple of event tvos the they for them. So. This is the group that took it upon themselves to investigate and do the background into most of the legwork when it comes to watching demos and things for this coaching bug that was discovered a couple of weeks ago a handful of weeks ago in counter strike. So to catch everyone up to speed first off what is the coaching bug great question. It is where a coach and counterstrike which so you have their five players. The coach to coach will be in the room as a spectator that can only spectate his team and their perspective. So he can't go flying around the map. He can't see through walls or anything like that. It is solely like if you were dead in counterstrike and you are cycling through your teammates right stuff like that. Well, there was a bug that wasn't all the time very occasional, but it's we've learned that it's been around since two thousand fifteen and it would occasionally allow the coach you would get stuck at a certain part of that. Could be anywhere on the map and he could see and rotate his camera from a bird's eye perspective. So it could be at a crucial point in mid say on any map, any given map it could have been at a chokepoint or near the other teams spawn, but it could give them enough information obviously on a pro level. Any information good information to then kind of say. Okay. This is what they're doing in these scenarios and everything there. So, this is recently been brought to light by two individuals Michael's Lewinsky and Steve Dude in Haufer. So European named for you who originally went through fifteen hundred demos. For those who don't know demos are. Obviously of games to find abusers of this coaching bug. So let's go over the facts I will go over their findings. And then we can give our opinions and how we I WANNA leave emotion out of it right now and opinion let's discuss facts than we can discuss opinions. Because this feels like it's been going on. All Year like this feels like it's been going on for months but the fact that this is really only been what three weeks months time pretty incredible woman coming up here. So it's pretty incredible on how fast things can turn around. From September fourth. Is when this all kind of I came to light. So let's go over. I guess some of the history to we still have some to get to the I bands like we said, August thirty first were dead Huntington and Zona teams were also they were given penalties disqualified some of the punishment. You know some were banned for a year time. Some were banned for a month time depending on you know it all came down to four, fit their major points and everything there and now this is where I was like, okay. How does this thing go and this is where e? E. SIC got involved and said. We will take the time. We will review as many demos as we can and look for where this goes and like I said, this is when they found out like. This goes back to twenty fifteen. So can in the initial findings that came out. On August thirty first. That we did not realize how far it went back. We didn't know this went back to two, thousand, fifteen we thought it was something that happened in one of the more recent updates and all of a sudden does bug became I should also say this guy only online to like I. Guess Maybe the Bug could occur on land even though it never did as far as I know. Wouldn't be able to happen on. That's what I'm saying because on land you I mean everyone it relatively quickly in the. Even though I guess in most lands, you probably don't even have coach just giving mostly ends are whatever will not dive down that rabbit hole. So all all that you take it from here new as far as breaking down what e sics findings and everything were. And we'll go from there. Yeah. So I mean obviously again that just came up with their findings recently kind of crazy him because of the amount of demos that they they had to go through are still having to go through. This is really like part one of two of the findings like there's to either part one of two or part one of three even this is going to have to be broken up. So so far they reviewed twenty, five, thousand Demos out of basically a hundred, thousand like ninety, nine, thousand, six, hundred, fifty. Out of those twenty, five, thousand Demos. We've seen it occur. Essentially, this bug has taken place in only point one percent of the total demos available, right? Like they're able to do these different algorithms and stuff that kind of scan through the demos and. Flag when this particular bug is taking place. So kind of keep that number in mind just I think it's an important number to note because there are a lot of bands that were handed down. That will get into this only happened in point one percent of the game. So it's not as widespread as I think both tim and I were thinking it would be a majority of the community I believe as well. Yeah. I think a lot of people thought I mean, how are we even talking about it last week we were joking about saying like Oh just wait till we get these findings and then see how much counterstrike is blown up and. Point zero point one percent of the demos. Show that the bug occurred and was used so very, very miniscule in the sense of what people are thinking going into it for sure a wasn't happening in every online match we know that and that's kind of important to note because we are talking about the integrity of the game you know. Ended the day you don't WanNa feel like the game you've been watching for. So long has been like BS, right? Like that's the last thing you WanNa feel as a fan as all the enjoyment you had over the last five years of watching any online event you sit there and think, okay cheated in every single game. Well, we know that that really wasn't the case in. So I gives me a little bit more mind I guess you could say least when it comes to. You might overall thoughts on this towards the end
Improving Your Relationships, Buddhist Style
"Hello, this episode is a mix a nice mix of the technical, the practical and the delightful. We're GONNA talk here about an aspect of mindfulness that can impact your relationships with other people, your biases and how you handle everything from lying to sex to alcohol to. Social Media. Specifically, we're talking about Veda that is an ancient term often translated as feeling tone. Here's how it works. Basically, everything that comes up in your mind has one of at least three feeling tones pleasant unpleasant or neutral. When you're mindless pleasant feeling tone can lead to over indulgence or clinging unpleasant can lead to aversion and neutral can lead to numbing out. Unchecked this unfolding process can have disastrous results as it pertains to your reactions to food other people you name it. My guest today is going to tell us about how to bring mindfulness to this aspect of our experience and her name is Martine batchelor. She was a Buddhist nun in Korea for ten years. She's written a number of books including the path to compassion and let go a Buddhist guide to breaking free of habits she lives in France you'll hear her lovely French accent along with her husband Stephen Bachelor who was a guest on this show now. Longo. So here we go. Martine Bachelor? All right Martin thanks for doing this. Same for asking me. We were talking before we start enrolling. We had lunch. Me and you and your husband in the winter. Before the pandemic and the world has changed quite a bit since then so. Conversation is happening in a radically different contexts than our last one. Indeed indeed and So side I mean it's such a shock to the system and it's so sad what is happening everywhere? Yes it is I think. One of the things we're going to focus on today is a way to work with our minds so that we can really become. Like individual vectors of positivity and helpfulness. So we're doing our little part to make a dent in the universe in this conversation. Indeed end to me when the pandemic started the Kobe Disney stock she'd actually full things came to mind. The first one was actually to see that the practice at really in a way prepared me for this prepared me from this pandemic kind of bringing some stability some ground. Clarity end. That's what practices about to help post when we have difficulty. The same time I decided. This is pandemic and I am not going to stress about anything. My mortar will be wise threats take your time take the time. You can do whatever s needed because if you stress and you go into be harmful to your south harmful to others. The sad thing was to think that. Appreciation. Moody. Rejoicing in all the people who helped us to survive and to see what was still working, what where people still doing and also so grateful that all these people in ended injure themselves for our survival. And, the thing I took the practice was, how can I change my relationship? How can we use this opportunity to really see the? And tried to see the other differently and our relationship to the other differently because we saw us to go on automatic. I have that relationship with this person I had this history with this person needs and as. Could we have a renewal in our relationship in this strange time. So I would say the pandemic in a way it Sarah Board and at the same time, he can be local community to really bring the practice to the situation or schools to help our sounds of coast to others.
JJ Johnson, Louis Hunter, and the State of the States
"JJ, welcome back to the WHO guest our you today. I'm I'm okay. How are you doing all? A little angry at the world. Yeah, happy to have a business and. In been being able to stay open through cove in nineteen, so yeah, the last time you and I saw each other was was march sixth at on Air Fest a podcast festival in Brooklyn. And a week later I feel like the entire world turned upside down. We were hanging out there and everything seemed like it was you know we were talking about vacation where we'll go and things getting cancelled and then. became a real situation for US era in America where. People were getting infected at a super high superhero now people dying hostels, getting overwhelmed and a true a shelter in place. I. Think the first time that. People that were used to. A moving freely had to adjust. We've never had to be told to do something bad extreme. There was hard for a lot of people. and. Let let's talk to you guys as a restaurant providing food for you community up in Harlem to. About today is the last ten weeks. You've weathered as a restaurant owner. And in the past week with the uprisings around the country in the wake of the killings of George Floyd. And Brianna Taylor and I'm an arbitrary You know as a black restaurant owner and a black man. What this past week has been like for you but I guess let's just start off with cove in nineteen. And did you guys stay open entire time to close forbid? How did you manage those waters? I'm not a person that suffers from anxiety. I taught that. There's going to be hard times in life, and you will figure it out in the storage room where I'm sitting with you during this podcast. I came here. Lock myself in this room and I started to think like Oh my God this business this concept. This vision that we. have been developing for years. Mike Come 'til Hall because I only have dismounted cash in the bank to survive. If I close my doors, I will not be able to open two reasons is the money will run out most people you close your doors. You don't need to pay for sale sach rent. All these things nothing stops in to filter brand was a new brand of community that people were just starting to get to know. so I decided not to close and I would say. The one of the major factors was our supervisor Kierra said to me, you know. I rented a room. I don't have a large frigerator. I can't horde groceries. I need to be able to eat somewhere and there's a lot of people in this community that can't go to a grocery store and just stack up. We need to figure out how to stay open and what we were able to accomplish in the last ten weeks, covert or eleven, weeks or covert, and in Kobe's not over, but like the heart of Kobe. We've touched a community very differently than it would've taken me five years two years to do people that eat in this restaurant now and filtered are not the same people that were eating this restaurant cove it that that customer laugh that customers at home I used to make these these funny jokes and say. Popeye's closes. That's our. You know. We are going to be good. Because people are gonNA, be looking for food pop I started closing four o'clock people were coming into the restaurant, saying hey, man, I pass by this place. I have fifteen. My last fifteen dollars I was going to go to Popeye's. What can I get here? Do you have crispy chicken? And we were converting people one by one, but then also people started to see what we were doing. We started to feed first responders right from. Frontline workers right from the jump. Due to the fact that my wife telling me nurses and doctors weren't thinking about food, and they were hungry the day, so we adopted all of the hospitals and Upper Manhattan and the Bronx to date. We've done fifty thousand meals out of field trip. and. That's our making. People realize that they can trust us that they knew who we were. What we stood for what we could become, and that this small restaurant that was new will right now. We're about ten months old. That was new would be here with us. Through the darkest times to make sure that we had some food or would I call it? Was this Obama hope in the community? Community that those people that were actually going to work and people that were unemployed say one day. I'll be back at work. One day I'll be getting back to receive a paycheck or I'm gonNA. Spend my money because I know these people working here and they live around me in. They're my peers. Some GonNa make sure that they have a paycheck so that they can support themselves and their
Twitter Technical Follower Limits
"I want to talk about the twitter follower limits. Some of you may have noticed that as you're following people on twitter you might get blocked by by twitter saying that you've reached the number of followers that you can follow in that given time period and I'm here to kind of clear that up because it's been a little confusing for me as I get excited about different topics and digital marketing specifically recently voice. Over the last couple of years I've started to follow people at follow people rapidly rapidly as I'm getting into trying to learn about different topics and I've been blocked a couple of times and I'm trying to figure out. Why so? Let me explain so there's technical follow. Follow limits on twitter and twitter does not limit the number of accounts you can follow overall which is good because we don't want that but they want you to pace it out so basically every twitter account is able to follow up to four hundred accounts per day. That's a lot. I don't think I've ever followed that many but maybe I have because this. I've gotten the limit. The block limit a couple of times verified. Twitter accounts are able to follow up two thousand accounts per day. Twitter verifies anymore. I don't have a verified twitter account. I wish I did but I don't so. In addition to the daily limits there's also actual ratio. Oh limits that go into effect following a certain number of council every twitter account can follow up to five thousand accounts. Once you reach that number you may need to wait until your account has more followers before you can follow additional accounts and this number is different based on each account so this this actually makes a lot a lot of sense. They don't want you to subscribe to the follow follow back strategy. That's kind of spammy. But as you're eager to learn about different topics and follow different people. You can follow up to four hundred accounts per day. I actually recommend this as a as a good organic. Twitter Growth Strategy Edgy. As long as you are not just following anybody I think you need to follow accounts that are specifically targeted to your vertical whether their prospective clients of yours or whether their peers of yours that you WANNA learn from or people that you want to follow to gain knowledge about a particular
Swiss cable company offering alternative remote to control Apple TV, like Apple’s own IR remote
"So as television service. Salt haven't launched an alternative apple. TV remote salt is one of the companies that switch cable company provide a five of it they have switched to issuing apple. TV for K.. Boxes instead of their own cable boxes. It's a bunch of companies in Europe. That are doing this. But after an increasing amount of customer complaints about the remote they have worked with apple to create a new remote has actual buttons on it. It doesn't require any pairing it. Just walk straight out of the box and it cost around twenty dollars but you can only get it if you're a customer of of salt in in Switzerland and and know Siri Button because they don't have Siri Siri Switzerland
Did The Rock steal Will Smith's career?
"How mad is Will Smith at the rock for stealing his career? And I'm not saying it's a good career. I'm not saying it's a good win. It's the same career though. Neither a really great at it. And but his make the rock makes a lot more money than Wilson does is bad money, though. It's like, stinky money, and it's still it's still pays like is still. It's still spins by think how much when you think about the rock and Will Smith how much of the risk adverse nece with taking roles because I don't think either of them have really taken an a-hole role. You know, they've always kind of been like complicated heroes fund, mentally heroes. How much of that risk versus comes from a place of reticence because like they are minorities, and they I think inherently they know they're not afforded the same league. That a like an army hammer gets who can literally do anything and still show up and get jobs. But I think if they did that I don't know that they would still get that leash. Well, and they have become their own machine. Right. They become executive producers on their projects or they become actual producers on their project, and it is true. Like if you look at Will Smith, this is somebody who was a trailblazer. Not somebody who like had all these other role models behind him where he was like, oh, I'm gonna follow their footsteps like he was really the guy, you know, setting the footsteps, but the thing about the rock is at one thing. I do think that the rock does. And I'm not saying he doesn't ingrate films. But he is willing to be in an ensemble where I think like Will Smith has done at once was suicide squad and was like. Oh, well, I just got huge paycheck for doing this year. Because I was even shocked when I watched suicide squad what very little he has to do with that movie. Yeah. And, you know, super charitable arc for the character. He plays. A he hits the sympathy arc which he shouldn't have that character shouldn't have. That's right. And so with the rock you go. Well, he'll be in a movie like may watch or maybe like Jumanji or he's often in paired, and then he's randomly attacking a skyscraper or a big Wolfer, Jamie. I think the skyscrapers attacking him and Campbell. Okay. Show some respect. He's always in this weird movies where there's like a white lady brunette that is his like wife a love interest brunette or green jewel in the jungle. One of those things has to be in his movie is like no man doesn't
"$275" Discussed on 99% Invisible
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"$275" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"It depends on thorough how how long or short what the goals are but there's always some form of collection of information decision making such planning execution escape in a quotation and it's the collection of information in that section when if or when the hostile entity has to show up two collected visually and of course they're going to want to keep it couvert of visual collection covert collection of information visually is really kind of one of the ways i defined surveillance and to me that's one of the most important things because that might be the only indicator before an attack when somebody actually has to show up somebody from the bug has has to show up and that's an opportunity for us to detect and a penny in most cases it's detect and or disrupt it just deter just show aung enough information for them to either abandoned the plan or take it somewhere else not here and that is again an advantage the private sector has especially domestically we protect private properties we we're not trying to police we're not going after anybody if you leave us alone we did our job right go go to the other place there are certain things that we can do and information that we can pass on to law enforcement government if we do collected but if all we did is sent him somewhere else we did our job and that that's the point of it that's the the essence where when i get into a little bit into intelligence because they're trying to collect intelligence in i'm trying to detect at least detect but also disrupt their intelligence collection.
"$275" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"I think it's fifty fulltime more blowing want anybody's quantity exactly we have we have about fifty fulltime in about one hundred fifty to two hundred contractors blended into it but were also very localised just in the san francisco bay area sinai how many veterans do you employ federal ato i just wanted it's it's got we on this and has left a year that guy absolutely absolutely and i encourage we we need veterans and i think i'm not sure if most of our workers our veterans or not but definitely a military law enforcement and price security uh so what are you looking for in a in an ngo say a veteran what are you looking for as far as background and you know what what what appeals to you know have i've seen all sorts but i think ideally in i think veterans military veterans on the whole tend to kind of fit security a little bit better then law enforcement and i'm generalising a little bit here that don't i don't want to offend anybody but but military has a lot of this hard core discipline of say standing a position and not giving up a position and securing rather than policing on there's there's a lot of there's a just a ton of benefits that we get from from veterans they're they're they're some of our best guys on the there's to begin with there's a certain level there's a certain level of comfort a certain kind of language you can use with people who already understand at talking about that that just makes it so much easier epa you're you're not you're not scared you're gonna get a hr report.
"$275" Discussed on ShopTalk
"It's funny and also that so much of it came down as one swf file and there's also some kind of like i think what wouldn't it be nice if websites arrived as one file the instead of thirty files the they all because there's problems with latency see and all that stuff if he could bundle one thing that would be cool especially if one thing if it if it wasn't every pixel of everywhere but it was one file that would render all of itself and then as it needed more stuff it could continue to ask for more stuff from the network but the initial thing was just one filed a seems rather flash like as well yeah yeah i mean you know what's interesting about flash was the files were called movies you know you made flash movie you exported a movie um and i and i think that's true about websites now your your website can neither be a movie they you want pupils sit and watch as it like fades in it can be a powerpoint where you're only showing him one thing at a time and they have neil like your scroll hijacking or it can be a uh a website like a document so i mean those are three things it can be an app too i guess but that just means you have a form on there was funny i'm doing this talk about after do this talk about my life for whatever and thinking back on these these old things and as flash in my college days but we didn't do a lot of it and we focused on director much more which is very related because there is like there's macro media director and macro media flash at the time and they shared a ton of.
"$275" Discussed on ShopTalk
"$275" Discussed on ShopTalk
"There is a thing where people want want the effect to the classic flash effect where this whole site fades in fully rendered radinoff this is breaking some ruler anything arabic chris wrote in from a um i think he works at a place called fifthstorey interactive announced as i called let me go check it out totally has that you know that look bad spinner them the whole sipe pop xanana feels it feels like a could have been made and flash for sure so yeah i mean that's i think like you know active theory is another year like really heavy j s you know they get a lot of awards um and i think the i think it's something that's happening i think you know you could take the google advice of progressive rendering um where ever you know you've tried to paint didn't load in time to interactive as fast as you humanly possibly can um but then when you do client work there's this big demand to can have this beautiful experience can of appear from the eat there and that's been going on since forever so um it's you know in in the thing with any kind of j asprey mark rack view whatever um unless you've done all the work to do service i'd rendering you have to you know call the the hd ml document which is like a blink empty body tag are empty app ib and then you have to load in java script um wait for all the java scripted load wafer to parse execute parson than execute and then a concert painting your page um.
"$275" Discussed on ShopTalk
"I was like this is a good name 'cause you could name your kids alpha beta down all the way down to on macron and the the you know i have a cable they punched out the we like removed old kwaxolo cable in grand out it goes under my deck the key the cables an outdoor graded either neck cable goes into my shed he ran it under some uh beautifully under some mike citing amish shed and then like wind up like just one piece of siding and then punched it diagonally in silicon valley had to do a little bit and now i have a cable in my office actually it goes out to an era which can act as a bridge in that i go out from the so that gives me wi fi the same wifi as my house in my office and then i like punch it into my computer box and i'm going so fast it's all icco hotel room route are out there too but then he went right end of a computer yeah yeah exactly so there's a little low wifi box but it's the same because it's one of those mesh network routers like eero or the google wi fi thing it's the same network inside and outside so i don't have to like switch networks or whatever my phone so it's the same one so at school would be doing this right now like i'm i'm cell in my house in milwaukee here in the next month or so but if i was a i would do it i'd have to come up a few flights of stairs but i would hire al fatah come out and blast up to a a cable though it because i don't have a right now and i feel like it definitely isn't as good as it could be in people talk about it's not the it's not the speed of your network that's the ban or you know like like eight to eleven g year whatever is like so fast enough that it's not that it's something else that's the bottleneck really but i still think occasionally there's though there is proud to the you you there's benefits to be had for plug in in like you are especially if you're going through three floors like i am or the wall of your house and the wall of your shed.
"$275" Discussed on ShopTalk