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"��25.6" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

08:07 min | 4 d ago

"��25.6" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Morning off. It's you and me. Let's go right to Texas Republican representative Chip Roy yesterday. And the announcement that Congress needs to wear masks which set him off, saying, This is what you're doing. People are by the thousands are crossing the border. Maybe with Covid, and we know that the government is allowing people with covid into the country. And you're worried about the symbolic act of us wearing masks in the chamber, and you're doing nothing about it. That's why we said yesterday. And the day before, And I believe the day before that, and probably the day before that this administration does not care about Americans getting and dying from Covid. This is an administration that says you cannot come in to this country. Even if you can prove You have been vaccinated yet on the southern border, everybody Come on, you've been invited. And when did that order go into effect? During the worst peak of Covid in January of this year. With the new administration. Here is representative Chip Roy. Because what we're seeing at the border is an absolute travesty. And yet my colleagues don't have the side of the aisle are going to do nothing. Literally nothing about that today even as we see people spilling across the border, who are clearly Testing positive for Covid. We have a hotel in La Hoya, Texas that is literally filled right now with individuals. Who are heavily testing positive for covid. These are the facts on the ground, and I know my friend. The speaker knows how bad it is at the border knows how bad it is. And Laredo knows how bad it is in Del Rio knows how bad it is in McAllen. I've got a text here from the sheriff in a small Texas town, saying We're passing an emergency declaration tonight at City Council that no illegal immigrants can be released in the city of your reality per the CDC guidelines of countries on their list without a negative covid test, and we have had our health authority right orders that give us the authority to have them. Government Border Patrol of immigrants Quarantine for 10 to 14 Days We have a crisis at our border. And we're playing footsie with mask mandates in the People's House. I mean, it's absolutely absurd What this body is doing the people's House. It's an embarrassment. It's a mockery and the American people are fed up. They want to go back to life. They want to go back to business. They want to go back to school that their Children being forced to wear masks to be put in the corner to have mental health issues. And we're running around here and the speaker comes down here at 10 o'clock in the morning, saying, We got to wear masks. In the people's House. While we've got thousands of people pouring across our border, and Democrats don't do a darn thing about it heavily infected with Covid. We have The New York Times. Okay today. What a mess CDC about to reverse on indoor masking for the vaccinated. Quote unquote. This is some serious nanny state stuff that will only breed resentment. No kidding. Consider resentment. Being magnified right here on the floor of the House of Representatives. We are absolutely sick and tired of it. And so are the American people. This sham of an institution is doing nothing for the American people. Nothing for the betterment of the people that send their representatives here. I just met this morning with an organization that tries to take care of people from human trafficking, met with an elected official from Mexico while cartels are raping and pillaging and killing And we have people infected with covid coming around her southern border into Texas. And you all put masks. Masks up front here. Here on the People's House. We got to go around and see. Okay. We can't come to the floor. I can't execute my constitutional duty. Unless I wear a mask. Which is it? Vaccines are masks. The vaccines work or they don't work. Do the maths work so they don't work? I'd like to know which it is. I'd like Dr Fauci to come down. There you go. Sorry. Had some, uh, problems there, But you get the gist of it, Um, National review. Begin with one simple fact that Delta variant of Covid 19 is more contagious than the original virus. But it is not more dangerous or likely to kill you. Very important to understand that if you are vaccinated and you are exposed to it, you may get infected. This infection is likely to be mild. Occasionally vaccinated people get sick. And by the way, we know that because of the efficacy rate, you know of it, and they're trying to figure out what the advocacy rate is. I've seen thing for the fighter. They said. It could be like 85%. I think for that. The infection is likely to be mild. Occasionally vaccinated. People get sick. These symptoms are usually mild, manageable and passed within a day or two. The first case of the delta variant previous referred to as the Indian variant in the U. S. Was diagnosed at the end of March are active covid 19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths have declined since that date, although the daily number of new cases Has increased dramatically in recent weeks. This is what we would expect to see from a variant that is more contagious, but equally virulent. As the U. S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Keep emphasizing about 99% of current hospitalizations are among the young vac unvaccinated fewer than 1200 of the more than 107,000 Covid 19 hospitalizations in May were vaccinated individuals. If you are vaccinated, the virus can't do you much harm, even if it's the delta variant, But if you are unvaccinated the risk of serious health issues. Is what it was at the start of 2020. Minor risk if you're young and healthy and a significantly higher risk if you are elderly Or have other health issues. For example, with your immune system, But you're more likely to encounter dealt with another variance these days because it spreads so easily and quickly. The problem for the CDC in the country is not the 163.3 million Americans who are fully vaccinated and there's a good chance that the 25.6 million or so Americans, with their first shot will get around to getting their second shot. The problem is in nearly 80 million American adults who are eligible to get vaccinated and who haven't despite what a lot of news coverage would suggest. This demographic is not overwhelmingly or even largely mega cap wearing rural trump voters, lots of unvaccinated Americans. Live in America's biggest and most heavily Democratic cities and 40%. The New York City Department of Education Employees remain unvaccinated. The CDC has decided that because of the risk to the unvaccinated everyone, including the fully vaccinated should mask up once again to stop the spread. Just like that. We're back to 2020, with Americans fighting over whether they need to wear one indoors outdoors and in schools and police in each other when the mass slide under their noses All to protect people who have been eligible to get vaccinated since mid April and who in most cases have deliberately chosen not to get the shop. We've seen a big push to get teenagers to get vaccinated. But when school starts in the fall vaccination status won't make any difference, as the CDC now recommends universal indoor masking for all teachers, staff students..

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"��25.6" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

Lakers Nation Podcast

05:29 min | Last month

"��25.6" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

"It'll create some nice stories but if it if it wasn't the offseason, I mean kcp kccp was playing like from jail essentially being allowed to play. We never talked about that anymore. So something like this will be swept under the rug very quickly because yeah, it wasn't harming anyone. Yeah, absolutely. And this is not this, again, it should be pretty much and nothing of a story. I don't think it's going to impact him in. Any particular way, the NBA I would be shocked at the NBA even suspended him. Sometimes, you see that like in the NFL, you'll see where a player gets a little bit of trouble and the code of conduct policy requires that he be suspended by the NFL, even though maybe did whatever he was involved. In was cleared up and so legally, he's not in any trouble, any money, they can still miss games. I don't think he's going to miss any games. There's going to be no suspension, the NBA. They're not even testing this season. They're not testing for marijuana this season. They just said, no, we're just not going to do it because of covid-19. But it wouldn't shock me if even heading into next season, the NBA just said, you know what, we're just going to let this continue. We're just not going to test. All right, let's talk about one of the other rumors that's going on right now and that is Spencer Dinwiddie and that I've already seen some questions of comments coming in about him. So the New York daily news put out the story that Spencer Dinwiddie wants to return home. Whereas home Los Angeles. He wants to come back to LA. Now they did put in that a little little qualifier that took the money is equal. He wants to be an l e. If there is more money elsewhere, he will take that. So if some team offers him crazy amounts of money, let's say it's the Knicks offer offers him a big contract and he doesn't get that kind of contract in Los Angeles, he'll go there, right? But if all things are equal, he wants to be in Los Angeles. He wants to go home and so obviously that sparked a lot of rumors about. Okay, how is this going to happen? How are they going to get them back? Let's before we get into the the logistics of how that would happen. Skyler which is what's your take on Spencer Dinwiddie, potentially joining the Lakers just in terms of on the wage. Oh okay. Because yes, there's two sides of this. Unfortunately, I've we're talking on the court, it would be excellent. You know, I think his defense isn't perfect can use a little work, but one thing about the Lakers, I know we talked last time about how people get worse at shooting maybe but defense often gets better and with Spencer Dinwiddie having a career year in the 2020 season 25.6 points. A game I believe six point eight assists, you know, he he would be a phenomenal fit for the Lakers a really, really excellent point guard. Not only that but the guy loves l a week passed away..

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"��25.6" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:49 min | Last month

"��25.6" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Carol Master Inter Interactive Brokers studio. I mentioned some news out of Amazon earlier stock was up a little bit. This has to do with its foray into health care drug Selling of drugs, specifically prescription drugs, So we're going to talk about that, in just more broadly, the Amazon world and how we apply it elsewhere. John Rossman is back with US founder Rossman Partners, author of the Amazon Way, a new edition is out first up, though back to Charlie Bell it with a check on some of the news after the close, Where shall we people? Let's begin with Amazon up by 2.1%. Right now we've got the dowel or S and P NASDAQ both higher Today. Equities, closing within a hair's breadth of a record Treasuries rose as investors continue to debate the impact of resurgent inflation. On monetary policy s and P ended little changed up less than a point today. 42 27 6 point shy of a record the Dow Down 30 down 1/10 of 1% NASDAQ Off 43 up 3/10 of 1% 10 Year yield. 1.53% gold down 3/10 of 1% West Texas Intermediate crude up 1.2% closing above $70 a barrel 70 05 on W T. I World Bank's He's the strongest rebound in 80 years, The bank says emerging market and developing nations will continue to struggle with the Covid 19 pandemic and its aftermath. Even as a few major economies for the strongest post recession global growth in 80 years, David Mall passes the bank's president. He spoke today with Bloomberg Television and radio. The negative side of it is that the developed and developing countries had an even deeper recession and a slower recovery so that they're left further behind. In terms of per capita GDP. Cassava sciences say drugmaker with no products on the market after 20 years, is the top biotech performer in 2021, with an increase this year of 911%. Behind. This meteoric rise is a combination of optimism for its early stage Alzheimer's drug on the frenzy of retail day trading that has characterized the pandemic companies the third biggest gain of this year behind Gamestop, an AMC entertainment holdings in the Russell 2000. Sava shares cassava up today by 2%. AMC shares did advance today We saw AMC little changed of attentive, represent Gamestop up 7.1% among some of the other mean names. We had Wendy's up 25.6% fire, Unwin says U. S stocks will break out of a two month slumber and resume their record breaking rally. As the economy recovers and inflation stays in check. Queen is the vice chairman of Blackstone Group's private wealth solutions business. I'm Charlie Palette that is a Bloomberg business Flash. All right, Charlie. Thank you. So much appreciate that update,.

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Why Can’t She Just Be a Comedian?

The Guilty Feminist

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Why Can’t She Just Be a Comedian?

"I'm a feminist. But i recently did question time and my favorite of all the comments and there were many on twitter as you can imagine was. Why does the bbc have to bill her. As deborah francis white comedian political correctness gone mods. I mean this is what we're doing. Now dividing people racially why she just be a comedian to which somebody brilliance call. Jason would responded. The lady's name is deborah francis white. It's hyphenated like isla white ferry

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What Can Martial Arts Teach Us About Movement Quality With Sam Wuest

Just Fly Performance Podcast

02:36 min | 2 months ago

What Can Martial Arts Teach Us About Movement Quality With Sam Wuest

"What are some things that the martial arts teach us we tend to sack fasha facile training. I think that's an easy objective thing but moving quality. How well do you move and connecting that. The martial arts yes. I think there's a bunch of layers that we can. You know a bunch of different topics that we go into. But since you brought up fashionable training. I think one thing that people have people use paschel training and it's kind of like this broad term as opposed to you know specifics of like how are we actually training the fashion yes. I don't think that people really understand. It's kind of like fashion. Trainings is bucket of like our really know what we're doing here so but it works and it seems to have this quality that were we're saying some something must be going on is probably the show we don't understand the Understand why this works etc etc you know especially the internal martial arts so like piji You see pronounce it with the j. Instead of the is he h because the h was the old pronunciation. I always plug into that Is great polarity taiji. Bagua all these different movements movement styles if you will Martial art styles movement styles especially the ones that either internal. You'll see the bill. Use the body in a different way. Because they're not trying to use the same way. Like an external marcella which even blockbuster. Boxing can be an extra in wash. Light the way that they would be using that because you're using different sections of your body in a particular way and you might be mobilizing different things that i think. In strength and conditioning we don't often assume can or should move if that makes sense and that's a whole rabbit hole to go down but to just gonna give you an overview such as the intercostal 's expanding and contracting and that's one of the reasons why some of these arts really rely on the breath is because it's not as you know i'm not saying throw out via the contracting and like taking a belly breath in and then squeezing and keeping support because you need that if you're olympic theft need that for a lot of things but when we talk about gate when we talk about something a little bit more dynamics throwing is another example there little movements in the ribcage that if those are off the schedule is not gonna move right if those are off them you know then the shoulder you know. The merle joint is not going to feel right at the elbow or something else. Or you're not gonna be able to recruit the right muscles like from doing these things and then even just like a small amount of extra strength over the past few weeks and just like shock. My psoriasis looks like an extra set of ribs like because they're all moving

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"��25.6" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:34 min | 2 months ago

"��25.6" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"When perseverance made it to Mars. Kristina's grandmother took her granddaughters contributions to the mission as also part of her own. In the moment of landing, you know what she had said. Is that your young again? Martha because her granddaughter had got in there and it was it was very special because We are here because of our families because they supported us with whatever means they had. It's the foundation and the path that the explorers and my family paved for me to be here. As we mentioned in the very beginning of the episode, this recent mission was built off previous ones. Alejandro Meagles and Martine is the chief engineer of guidance and control section at NASA JPL He's been with NASA since the eighties. Part of the sign of personal reasons. For example, the spacecraft that transport perseverance from Earth to Mars, he said, the sign that we did for Mars Pathfinder in the nineties that mission Miguel's first on Mars landed on the Red Planet on July 4th 1997 with the rover companion named Sojourner. The small £25.6 Wheeled rover on Lee, designed to last a week would end of spending 83 days, capturing 550 pictures and taking atmospheric measurements from the planet's surface. He says. During that mission, they were encouraged to follow their product all across the mission, so from the very initial design to the implementation to the testing and then flying it. He says. At that point, he felt like he'd be lucky if he was to ever be part of another Mars mission. Remember having a conversation with the veteran of JPL that was part of the Pathfinder? He said that I feel sorry for you guys because you know I'm about to retire. So this is a great way to retire. But you guys will. You know, in the beginning of your career, you will never experience another mission like this. His colleague was wrong. Miguel in many of his co workers were to get an opportunity to work on another mission. The landing of Twin Rovers, spirit and Opportunity on Mars in different days of January of 2000 and four Then, he says they also used a lot of the same designs from the Pathfinder mission. And then came curiosity where also the same group of team of people that we met in past friend there we continue. Evolving on inventing the waste of landing on Mars in the case of curiosity, because all the previous missions that are worked that landed on Mars used air bags, so I I wanted to work on a mission that landed softly. Can. The team created a landing contraption that landed the rover like a helicopter. Miguel would go on to work on other missions, including the landing of perseverance. It was a new experience for me, because in the previous missions First of all, I was part of the mission in this one in perseverance that was a consultant. The perseverance team will come to me with questions and you know, and during the actual trip to Mars, I was part of also of a team that provided Regular consultation to the team. Together is originally from Argentina. He was born on a family farm in La Patagonia, but grew up and went to school in Buenos Itis every winter and summer vacation, though he'd go back to the family farm. That's where my father taught me about this. The stars. He was a civil engineer. And he built roads, dirt roads in some cases in the Patagonia. And for that, you know, before GPS they navigated using the stars. So my father knew the stars at night in the farm. People teach me all the constellations and all the stars. Mikael began to develop the mind of an engineer, you know, fascinated by all the machinery, particularly the farm. The older mechanical equipment and also, you know the radio's on the TVs and so very early age. I wanted to be an engineer and then something that he vividly remembers to this day. He saw a man stepping onto the moon for the first time. Armstrong is on the move. Neil.

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"��25.6" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:01 min | 2 months ago

"��25.6" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"For Mars Pathfinder in the nineties that mission Miguel's first on Mars landed on the Red Planet on July 4th 1997. With the rover companion named Sojourner, The small £25.6 Wheeled rover on Lee, designed to last a week would end of spending 83 days, capturing 550 pictures and taking atmospheric measurements from the planet's surface. He says. During that mission, they were encouraged to follow their product all across the mission, so from the very initial design to the implementation to the testing and then flying it. He says. At that point, he felt like he'd be lucky if he was to ever be part of another Mars mission. I remember having a conversation with the veteran of JPL that was part of the Pathfinder. He said that I feel sorry for you guys because you know I'm about to retire. So this is a great way to retire. But you guys will. You know, in the beginning of your career, you will never experience another mission like this. His colleague was wrong. Miguel in many of his co workers were to get an opportunity to work on another mission. The landing of Twin Rovers, spirit and Opportunity on Mars in different days of January of 2000 and four Then, he says they also used a lot of the same designs from the Pathfinder mission. And then came curiosity where also the same group of team of people that we met in past friend there we continue. Evolving on inventing the waste of landing on Mars in the case of curiosity, because all the previous missions that are worked that landed on Mars used air bags, so I I wanted to work on a mission that landed softly. Can. The team created a landing contraption that landed the rover like a helicopter. Miguel would go on to work on other missions, including the landing of perseverance. It was a new experience for me, because in the previous missions First of all, I was part of the mission in this one in perseverance that was a consultant. The perseverance team will come to me with questions and you know, and during the actual trip to Mars, I was part of also of a team that provided Regular consultation to the team. Together is originally from Argentina. He was born on a family farm in La Patagonia, but grew up and went to school in Buenos Itis every winter and summer vacation, though he'd go back to the family farm. That's where my father taught me about the stars. He was a civil engineer. And he built roads, dark roads in some cases in the Patagonia. And for that, you know, before GPS they navigated using the stars. So my father knew the stars at night in the farm. People teach me all the constellations and all the stars. Miguel began to develop the mind of an engineer. I was, you know, fascinated by all the machinery, particularly the farm. The older mechanical equipment and also, you know the radios and the TVs until very early age. I wanted to be an engineer and then something that he vividly remembers to this day. He saw men stepping onto the moon for the first time. Armstrong is on the moon. Neil Armstrong, 38 year old American standing on the surface of the moon. On this July 20th 1969 points. Small step for man or I am pleased for a man. The Apollo mission had a profound impact on him. First one remember being they're very aware of the risks. They really gonna do that. I mean, it was kind of like Hard to believe that they were going to attempt such a thing. So it was late at night, and we were on the with my father, My mother and my sister watching in front of a black and white TV. We've seen the allowance from coming down the ladder and the room that we were, you know? Glued to the TV and we just couldn't believe it right And I looked at my father right that he was born like in 1911, and it was incredible experience for the family. Watching Armstrong walked on the moon sparked me guess curiosity and wonder. No confirmation of his love and interest in space would come a few years later in 1976 with NASA's Viking project, and I found myself in the farm actually the day of the landing, listening to the BBC on the radio. On at night, the program says. Well, the systems are go, and in a few hours, Viking is going to land on Mars for the first time. US attempt for the first time. The next day in front of a newspaper stand, he saw a photo of the Viking one spacecraft on the surface of Mars. On. Don't remember that has a huge impact on me, and that's when I said this is this is what I want to do. I want to be in one of these missions when when I grow up. His father told him that his best bet would be studying in the US So when he finished high school, he packed his bags and left behind this family, friends and country. He says This was the hardest thing he ever had to do. He had to learn English and figure out how to get accepted into university. But he worked his way through. He made it to Syracuse, where he studied electrical engineering and went on to graduate school at M I t You not remember that I got a little piece of paper from one of the administrative persons in their heroin Astra Department of the Mighty Side. JPL is coming tomorrow to interview So I suited up and I talked to the engineer doing the interview and they flew me to JPL and they offer me a job and the rest is history. His dad was able to see him go through college and get the job at JPL, but unfortunately passed away before Pathfinder made it to Mars. So that aspect I am a little sad that by five years or so for five years He passed away before that, so it will be nice for him to see that because that was when In my purse. Find the land. It is when I actually I could say You know, I have achieved my goal. I could actually feel that all the sacrifice of leaving the country and my family and friends paid off or you know, or was worth it in some ways. Before his father's death, Miguel was able to bring both his mom and his dad to visit NASA's JPL. He just was blunt blown away, right? I mean, he immediately loved that place. He says That visit was a turning point for his mom. Tomb who, through the years had always asked him in letters from out of Cantina. Why did he leave her?.

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"��25.6" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:42 min | 3 months ago

"��25.6" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Three over the tomb is Derrick Rose, drills it a season best 25 again on the road trip. It's 91 83 Knicks shot God running down, Rose says No problem, Randall. Neither shoot goes baseline jumper knocks it down. Julius Randle, with two big jumper submit arranged in the fourth. The next 100 the Clippers 92 minutes five to go in a time out from l. A to give him the origin blue, joyous. That's a big 1. 98 70, ESPN New York Knicks. Six point win over the Clippers. 106 100, New York with one game advantage over the Hawks, and he for the four seed in the Eastern Conference, Knicks looking to close in and lock up the four seed ESPN is Tim Bon Temps When you go down the roster and look at, you know guy for guy how the next match up with those Elite teams in the East there, just not of the same caliber of talent as those teams. So while I do think, you know if they get if they get Atlanta or Boston, you know somehow gets them in the 45 matchup. Could they squeak out of Syriza and round one and get to the second round? Yeah, but I think if they have to play Miami or if they have to play Brooklyn or Milwaukee in the first round, it's just hard for me to see that having The talent level necessary to beat those things mixed, who went on the road being the Clippers on the road for the first time since November of 2010. They had lost eight straight prior to Sunday. Derrick Rose 25.6 rebounds, eight assists. Off the bench. Kawai lettered in Los a game high 29 points. We know the cut line is at number six if you want to avoid the play in.

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"��25.6" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:49 min | 3 months ago

"��25.6" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Windsor Johnston. Voting rights groups have filed a pair of lawsuits challenging Florida's new election law. NPR's Greg Allen reports. The organization's claimed the legislation will result in illegal discrimination against voters of color. Republican lawmakers in Florida toned down there bill when they saw the backlash that emerged after Georgia adopted new voting restrictions. Most significantly, Florida's law makes changes to voting by mail. Voters will need to provide a valid I D or so security number to get a mail ballot drop boxes will only be available at early voting sites during working hours. State Senator Chevron, Jones says those and other provisions target minority voters. Let's be clear. This is Jim Crow to point and I made it clear that we've seen this before. We've seen it across this country in the South. Jones says. Republicans are trying to rein in mail voting after an election in Florida, in which Democrats cast nearly 700,000 more mail ballots than the GOP. Greg Allen. NPR NEWS Miami, The Republican led Legislature in Texas is pushing ahead with a bill that would impose a syriza of new restrictions on voting. The measure would bar election officials from sending voters unsolicited melon ballot applications and give partisan poll watchers more access to voting sites. The legislation is pending approval and both the state House and Senate the Federal Election Commission has voted to drop an investigation into whether former President Donald Trump broke the law when his attorney made hush money payments to an adult film star ahead of the 2016 election. MPR's Amy held reports. The decision was made over the winter but was just announced this week that issue $130,000 Trump's former personal attorney, Michael Cohen, paid to stormy Daniels. Two weeks before the election. Cohen pleaded guilty to breaking campaign finance laws and went to prison. He says he was acting at the direction of the former president. Trump says it was a private transaction. The two F E C. Democrats who voted to pursue the probe into Trump say it defies reality to argue the money was not campaign related. The two Republican commissioners who voted to drop the case say it was statute of limitations in peril. Colon had already been punished for it, and it was not a good use of agency resource is Statement. Cohen says Trump should have been found guilty like him. Amy held. NPR News. India continues to report record numbers of new Corona virus infections Such meet a contact reports. The country has confirmed more than 415,000 cases within the past 24 hours. Public health experts say the official caseload and death toll are both last under gowns. Hospitals are severely overloaded, and many Indians are dying without getting kid. The virus is also surging in neighboring the ball, which has an even more fragile health care system than India. Such meat apart a Crip porting, This is NPR. Good morning. I'm Lisa Ray. Um, and this is W A B news, Atlanta Mayor Keisha lance bottoms and down. She will not seek a second term and election year surprise that marks a sharp turn about for the city. Second Black woman executive Less than a year ago, she was among several political figures. President Joe Biden, considered to be his running mate. Bottoms disclosed her decision publicly and a lengthy open letter and accompanying video Thursday night after having told family and a close circle of supporters. Bottoms wrote that she prayed about the decision with her husband, Derek and executive at the Home Depot. The Atlanta Beltline bought a 30 acre site in northwest Atlanta, Miss. Sits in the bank head neighborhood near a cluster of new development. Stephanie Stokes has that story. Includes the upcoming Westside Park at the Old Bellwood Quarry and the plant 90 acre campus for Microsoft, all in the center of the bank Head and Grove Park neighborhoods to historically low income and black areas. About line says its latest purchases, its largest for the purpose of affordable housing. The site could include low income units and small businesses. The Beltline plans to go through a community engagement process before asking for proposals. I bought the land for $25.6 million from the developer, Brock built homes. Stephanie Stokes w A B news. Georgia is the latest state allow college athletes to receive compensation for the commercial use of their name, image or likeness as a mill. Moffett reports. A bipartisan bill was signed by Governor Brian came Thursday in Athens. For years, college athletes have seen themselves in video games commercials and on apparel but have not been able to benefit financially because of their amateur status. Governor Kim says With the bill signings, Georgia schools can remain competitive with those and a dozen other states. Passed similar legislation, and I believe it says Georgia on the path of accomplished something.

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Microsoft Earnings Beat Expectations

Generation Xbox - Your Home for Xbox Series X News and Opinions!

01:40 min | 3 months ago

Microsoft Earnings Beat Expectations

"Dark with the fact that Xbox just had its best quarter three financial reporting ever. And, you know, that's, that's a pretty big deal. So I think, when we, when we talked about this, I mean, there's a few different things I play, right? We we had two new console launches we had but Thursday coming in. Also games, come continuing to grow, guys. How big of a deal? I mean, well, let's say how big of a deal and how surprising years, this and might be different answers. So, hey, let's start with you. I think it's a big deal. It's always gonna be a big deal, like for them, at least it's a big deal for us because the more money they make some more money. They can invest into new content for us to enjoy it. I don't think it's all surprisingly really. Like we know game in spite during the panoramic. Anyway, people were hungry for new consoles. And I mean they did the series s which boomed in like countries other than the us at least. Yep. Especially country off. Xbox hasn't really had too much of a foothold before so I don't, I don't think it's surprising at all. Yeah. Especially when you combine like Game Pass and the birth of purchase and like it says the generating money for them now as well. Yeah, yeah. Stephen, what do you think? It's, it's hard to say if it's a huge deal, I mean, the game industry as a whole is just, you know, doing really well. So it's not super surprising that Microsoft would also be taken a little piece of that

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"��25.6" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:29 min | 3 months ago

"��25.6" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Actually, no Julie balcony today because nobody called her. Julie Balle Key. I do want to talk to Julie Balcony. I heard her talking to Sloane one time and she claims. I said something some years ago that I would swear I never said We'll see if she wants to come on. She might say no, because he doesn't like me because she thinks I said something that I didn't say a quick one. Hear from Nick. What's up next, Mike? I was calling about an article I read by a university professor. Headline of the article says White supremacy is the root of all race related violence in the U. S. Yeah. And it says, Hey, says, the point I've made through all of these experiences that anti Asian racism has the same sources anti black racism, white supremacy. So when a black person attacked an Asian person, the encounters fueled perhaps by racism, but very specifically by white supremacy, no colleges. I just don't think that I just shake my head. I sent you the article so you could read the whole thing, but it was just kind of comical. I thought I'd I thought I'd pass along and share. It's amazing the nonsense. It's being taught. And the problem is, I would contend the teaching all that nonsense leads. The white supremacy. You've got a certain percentage of people out there. They're not gonna put up with constantly being Harang for their skin color and their genitals and, ah, percentage of them are gonna respond, and it just and people it gets worse and worse. And Maura Maura, and all they do is help recruit. More of the same. It's absurd in this article somewhere this this woman found out she was pregnant. There's the headline. It was hard to come to terms with the fact that was bringing yet another white man into the world. The mother, a mother to bay, who is ashamed of the developing child because of his race and color. It is what stunning in your opinion. What? What do we do about it? I mean, this is being taught. This is on the front of Yahoo news if you pull up their Web page and written by a university professor How do you feel? You have to stop this critical race nonsense. The critic. Critical race theory is ridiculous. The 16 19 lesson is is ridiculous. Um I hate to say that years ago, I saw a certain group of people who thought a certain way on honestly as societal misfits. I never thought they'd take over. I think to a large degree. We have some societal misfits that think it's due for a pay back, and this is one of the ways they're going to go about it or something. I am absolutely amazed. That's such a lack of intellect actually somehow took over academia. Crazy and it's indoctrinating the kids and it It doesn't seem to be ending any time soon. No, I know it's just this whole Marxism Socialism! Nonsense. Never worked anywhere else. What makes you think it's gonna work here? Yeah, because people sit there and watch people go from poverty to middle class in China, but literally by the billions through accepting aspects of capitalism, and they think that's wrong. Up. I don't get it. I saw that passed along. I'm glad I don't get it. All right. Have a good day. Thanks and see. All right, all right. No, Julie, bulky. All right. So what do we have What we have Um, hold on you off the top of your head. How many? I will ask, uh, Captain David here. What percentage of people are gay? Dave? What percentage of will Just say Americans 10%, he says, and you'll hear a number like that 8% 10% toss around quite often. Gallup asked Americans Specifically of their sexual preference. And the numbers have come back. And you know numbers are tough on the radio is going to go to follow along, but we'll make a pretty easy So their latest update on lesbian, gay bisexual transgender identification finds 5.6% of US adults identify as LGBT. 5.6% are any of those not necessarily just gay, but any of those That is up from the 2017 data where it was 4.5% biggest increases in people who say they're transgendered. So Here's how it works. 86.7% of Americans say they're straight. 7.6% did not answer the question about this sexual orientation. So we take those two numbers The 86.7 and the 7.6 you're writing about just over 94%. Which gives you that? Almost 6%. That's that's left. All right, 25.6%. This one really surprised me. Of the 5.6%. More than half said they were bisexual. Of the 6% more than half, 54% said they were bisexual. So for true Homosexuals were now now down to less than 3% of the population. Um, of the other numbers. What is this? Of that 3% that's left bear that in mind, although this would be above that, 5.6% 24% said. They're gay, so that's less than 2%. This is American saying what their sexual orientation is less than 2% say they are gay while 11.7% identify as lesbian. That's 11.7% of the LGBT. Crew, which is less than 6%. So that's actually under 1% of women say they're lesbian. Under 2% of men say they're gay. The one that really surprised me was the percentage that they were bisexual 54.6% is huge. On additional 3.3% volunteer volunteer, another non heterosexual preference or term to describe the sexual orientation such as queer or same gender loving. Respondents can give multiple responses when describing their sexual identification. That's the total is just over 100%. So the numbers are actually very, very small. Percentages. The U. S population Workout to 3.1% of Americans are bisexual 1.4% are gay 0.7% lesbian 0.6%. Transgender. That's according to the people when you ask them And those numbers are significantly lower. When you get an an insistence that and I don't care one way or the other that Washington passed a law protecting Transgender persons. There's 0.6% of the population. You'll hear about all these hate crimes against transgender transgender. Where are you finding them? Commit hate crimes of its 0.6% of the population. You have to wonder are the numbers really? As big as they say, Number one. There should be no discrimination. Certainly no hate crimes committed against anybody for any reason. If they make it sound like it's just a wave that sweeps the country at a given time when it can't be much of a wave when there's so few people One of the main reasons LGBT identification has been increasing over time, they say, is younger generations. Air farmer like you to consider themselves to be something other than heterosexual. Which includes one in six adult members of Generation Z. That's those between 18 and 23 years of age now. So because it's kind of the thing to be, the numbers will probably go up. But I would have thought that they were much larger than that. To begin with. It's surprising. Him and Mason. What's going on, Tim? How you doing? They don't like good to hear you on there. This time slots. Good to sleep in. Thank you. Absolutely. Hey, you use those numbers at Crimson Line of Public service melts, but that you your station. There's a lot from the Guess, the CDC and the Department of Health. It's a national thing. Well, this woman's on there talking about her and her life and getting higher..

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What the monarchy means to the English

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

04:41 min | 5 months ago

What the monarchy means to the English

"Early this week a retired british army officer explained that he and his wife weren't getting onto with a few members of his immediate family. I had three conversations with my grandmother and two conversations with my father before. Still taking my calls of listeners will already have spotted what we're doing here which is to say that yes. This is going to be one of those things. Where a high falutin media route rises piously above commenting directly on the actual thing and instead loftily pontificates over stapled fingers about what it all means before we get to superciliously anthropological about be teeth demolishing and garment rending currently besetting britain. This does seem a good time to recognize a truth. Rarely acknowledged by the media. Which is that. most people. Don't really care about most things. Doubtless they are many millions of subjects of the septa dials. Who responded to for winfrey's interview with the duke and duchess of sussex in these sign and proper manner i e by muttering and proceeding with a day. Doing our job. But we're both just trying to hold on to that quite and we'll just now eat a nice big slice of cake which we are also having when a substantial lure at least voluble demographic of a given country freaks all the way out about a given thing it assuredly mean something if often nothing good. I'm angry to the point of bowling over today. I'm sickened alive. Just sat to watch out. Which and yes. I will be arriving shortly hanging there. We should also be clear regarding which specific given country. We're talking about because this isn't really about the united kingdom or even great britain there is pretty solidly entrenched resentment of the royal family in wales and scotland. Then they may take and obviously outright kathy in portions of northern ireland. What we are witnessing is a certain segment of england having a nervous breakdown about history identity and tradition which may remind you of a recent referendum and several ensuing years of ethically political melodrama. The couldn't reason a mess manet to about owned independence behind it fast. Staff inc post interview polling does indeed suggest a congruence between views on this latest royal related hullaballoo and views on brexit. Those who voted leave are overwhelmingly unsympathetic to the duke and duchess those who voted remain more understanding but also much likely still to be undecided or interested also as with brexit views sorted by age break. Absolutely as you'd expect where one strata of england is concerned it's hard not to see a certain displaced anxiety in play here at some point in the next few years. Different face will begin appearing on british stamps and banknotes. It is difficult to overstate how strange this will be queen. Elizabeth second has reigned for sixty nine years a stalled and reliable fixture during a period in which her country and its role in the world has otherwise changed beyond recognition as may be gauged by among many other metrics comparing her first prime minister winston churchill on the beaches with the rather less figure likely to be her lost. We'd have had the consolation of watching. The speaker being forced to kangaroo testicle or by noting that her father king george the sixth also answered to the title of emperor of india nevertheless while so much else about britain has been utterly transformed. There is outside those four referenced portions of northern ireland which have other ambitions negligible serious republican sentiment at lodge in uk politics whether they realize that own not those english people happier in the past than the present may already have begun to grieve. They may also have taken prince. Harry's recent decisions personally. Harry scholey was supposed to be the guy the jack. The laddish royster who later served his country's military with distinction fighting. The taliban in afghanistan now married to some foreign actress and talking about his feelings to americans

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Why the Latest Royal Rift Marks a Tragic Missed Opportunity

Brown Ambition

01:06 min | 5 months ago

Why the Latest Royal Rift Marks a Tragic Missed Opportunity

"I've never really had an opinion about the royal family until meghan joined and then it all of a sudden they became very relevant to me and i remember being naively excited about the future of the royal family and having a black woman in the and you know what that meant and her mother seeing her mother you know alongside the queen and you know a black woman in the buckingham palace it. Just it meant something to me Mary and i think what made me so sad was the missed opportunity you know for them not mean for for for black people around the world like megan was saying they had an opportunity to really show they're like literally the commonwealth these these countries that that still have the queen on their currency is more than just the uk and they are largely Populated by brown people you know and they had finally someone in the royal family who looked somewhat like them and they didn't see that as an asset. They didn't support her. They didn't lift her up. They didn't give her any infrastructure they around into the ether.

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"��25.6" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:54 min | 5 months ago

"��25.6" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"By 8% re capping stocks mixed S and P up seven again. They're of 2/10 of 1% can ignore the downed transports. Now buy 1.7%. I'm Charlie Bell up. That is a Bloomberg business Flash. All right, Got it. Thank you so much. Charlie Lau, let's get to the market drivers report. All right, let's get to it. Dave Wilson with US DOC Center of Bloomberg News on the remote access from New Jersey. Gina Martin Adams, chief equity strategist with US Ah Bloomberg intelligence. She to on the phone in New Jersey. Dave, Let's start with You Just lay out the trade here for us. What do you see it? You know, this looks like kind of a strange day, to be honest, and another one Charlie Palate. Highlighted What's going on with some of the more cyclical areas of the stock market, the ones really tied in the economy. And yes, they're at the forefront of the gains today. But you know what else is doing relatively well. The shares of companies that are the most sensitive to interest rates specifically utilities and real estate. And you don't tend to see those two groups moving together. It's almost like people have decided. Yeah, the economy's doing okay or it's. It's due for pickup here, but it's not going to drive bond yields through the roof, and that was sort of thinking. To some extent, you could argue last week with the way that Treasury yields were moving up, even though yields or a touch higher today. It's not like you know, it's a freight train. That's not going to stop here. You might say so you know your can't seeing those moves happen at the same time, cyclical stocks and the interest rates sense of stars, which is not You know typical and then beyond that, you know, we're back to the mean stocks. I mean, you could argue their stories behind the moves in the name's tax like game stopping up 26%. Now that the truth coms co founder Ryan Cohen is gonna lead their shift Hoo! Ah, more of an online sore from video games and shopping malls or whatever, but you know you're seeing that stock up AMC Entertainment up Express up all the kinds of stocks that were really taking off in January. We're showing some renewed life at the moment. Hey, Gina. Martin Adams. Come on in here and talk a little about the tech trade because the NASDAQ as we heard from Charlie Pellet down 1.48% right now, What do you keeping an eye on intact right now? Yes, we're mostly keeping an eye on the combination evaluations and technical levels. We we did see some scientists support potentially emerging on the technical basis for big cap tech in particular, but multiple still suggest more downside to us. And by multiples I'm looking at the S and P 500 multiplies earnings Multiple relative to the broadest and P 500 Multiple that s and P 500 Text sectors still trading at 25.6 Times forward earnings First of the S and P a 21.5 still an enormous gap of big premium. We're paying for tech that Really developed in an environment of distance defensive strategies taking over the market probably needs to close as we do see that rotation into more cyclical groups. As we see the rotation out of the biggest of the big caps, safety trades toward more cyclically oriented, risky or trays, we're likely to see that valuation gap clothes back to long term average. Hired 2018. The tech sector traded in line with the S and P 500 so we could have some ways to go to close that multiple gap, But it doesn't mean that doesn't mean the tech trade is coming undone or we're just getting To a healthier place, and just a little bit of, you know, put liquor. You and I've talked about this a lot getting rid us of love that we have seen up fluff, but just the run up. It's just kind of been a one way trade for a long time. Right? And I do think it is more of the latter. Carol. I think it is more about removing some of this excess in this concentration risk that had developed in a market where Investors were really just focused on a handful of names driving games through most of 2020. We have started to see that trade dismantle. It's not a bad thing to see participation from more stocks in the S and P 500 cyclical stocks. Arriving gains. The trouble is that some of these biggest is a big step text us If they fall enough, they can take down the whole index average because they are so big. And so the result is sort of a period of someone more volatile games likely for the SNP as we remove this So called froth in the tech sector. Now that said, it's not. You can't paint all of tech with one big brush. I mean, when we look at discounts Look for discounts across the index. There are still plenty of tech stocks that are trading it at this council, the matter affection when we look at what stocks are even cheap, as in in the top quintile of value stocks we find 13 or techniques. So there are certainly opportunities. It's maybe just not. It's like it's not as focused as it was before and focus on different opportunities emerging as we move into a different economic reality. Hey, Dave Wilson. I know you're the stocks editor. But I'd be remiss if I didn't ask you about bonds and fixed income today because the yield on the 10 year jumping toward 1.6%. How's that playing on the trade? Well, I mean, I've already mentioned that fact that we're actually seeing this is the rate sensitive stocks move higher, which is really at odds with what you were seeing, Uh, you know, like last week, even as bond yields were moving up, I mean, it's clear that you know if you look at stocks more broadly, you know, the income you get out of dividends isn't quite so competitive anymore relative to say the 10 year Treasury yield A to same time you're seeing, some analyst commentary suggested. If you look back historically, you know, stocks tend to rise when bond yields go up and you know if you think about it In an economic context and a sense because when his money get more expensive is when people wanted when they needed the do stuff. And that's you know, when the economy is growing. Hey, Gina. One more last thing on the tech trade. I do wonder, though, even if we start to see like a pope, you know, we continue to see that this pullback in Tech, um as some of them or unloved markets, kind of get some investor intention if the.

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[TEST - EXPANDED] 256. Choose Love Everyday

Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

[TEST - EXPANDED] 256. Choose Love Everyday

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AP Source: Chargers' team doctor punctured Taylor's lung

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

05:47 min | 11 months ago

AP Source: Chargers' team doctor punctured Taylor's lung

"Adam, Schefter just reported that tyrod Taylor. The reason why he did not get to play this past week in an intern air bear started for the first time against Kansas City chiefs at ended with hitting a fifty eight yard field goals and another fifty eight yard field goal. But a highly contested matchup between the chargers the chiefs it is now being reported that the chargers team doctor accidentally punctured his own quarterback tyrod Taylor's lung just before kick-off. Sunday while trying to administer a painkilling injection to the quarterbacks cracked ribs league and team sources have told ESPN. According to my sources. Adam Schefter says, now, this sounds terrible whenever you give your I read this and like especially the way she afterward it there the chargers team doctor punctured his own quarterbacks lungs, and that sounds absolutely bad and I was kind of mind blown by this believe it or not. We are given a heads up on this yesterday but we're not a big news breaking world I don't want to dive into the news breaking world because there's a bunch of Peron in sharks in. Going ever dive in there. So I asked around to a couple former teammates in friends of mine that have maybe gotten the same procedure how the hell can something like this happens this sounds terrible in the answer I got from everybody who has had this procedure done, which by the way is marketing, which is in the Novacaine. There's another Cain the mark which is. A numbing agent basically that gets shot directly into the area that is injured for instance, in this particular case, the cracked ribs. Now, the reason why it's done. So close to game time is because it only lasts four four and a half hours so they can't get it done in the morning because the numbness wear off, they can't get it done the night before because. Off they have to do it right before the game, which is why it was surprised to everybody that air bear was starting over tyrod Taylor, including Air Bear, and I would assume the entire chargers offense. Now, what happens though just like whenever you're in surgery now granted this happened to the people I talked to harm percents short happened to tyrod Taylor but just like whenever you go in for surgery for anything, they tell you the possible side effects this could. Potentially happen because surgery this could potentially happen. It's like basically this small print at the bottom of contracts like, Hey, this is all the good looking come from this but also this can happen every person that I talked to got a similar treatment as this said that they were told by the doctor that there was a chance that along could get punctured in the process because when you're giving a shot into the ribs, the long obviously is right there one. A. Hundred percent sure of tyrod Taylor. Was told that before we got the shock. I'm just telling you what I was told by people who got very the exact same situation here free. The bruised ribs are cracked ribs allegedly this is a much more common practice than even I knew about I've probably seen guys potentially get this shop before and didn't even know this was happening because I had nothing to do with me but I guess this is a pretty Common practice whenever you have a crab or bruise rib because it works like a charm I was told and I was also told that they shoot it a little bit above wherever the crack or the bruises in. Let's just settling in for four and a half five hours. You feel amazing. It's that next day you see more that night when it wears off that you feel absolutely terrible thus why I am incredibly happy that I played a position where no motherfuckers. where I could potentially need that. So that is what happened. We obviously tease piece for the punctured lung and the cracked ribs for tyrod. Taylor but from my knowledge of my research calling people that got a similar thing, they said that they were told that was a possible outcome. It's like point one percent that it could happen. But in surgery just like anything in the medical field, there is obviously a chance at something bad to happen it happened tyrod Taylor. I'm not giving an excuse for the doctor do your fucking job right? Especially whenever the people that told me, they said it's like a ninety nine. percent chance it goes well and nothing happens. So if you get that one percent and it's a failure, obviously the doctor did not do here and I would assume would have to answer for that. But that is what I've been told about this entire process. That is why it was such a shock to everybody including air bear who said he was surprised in ancient said, let's go and do this. So I think that is why everything happened the way it is I've been told I'm not a doctor they are not doctors but a punctured lung on punctures itself somehow I don't know that means I guess. Shout out to the human body for puncturing itself. He could play week to week is really could potentially play next week. What do you say day breaking news just from in report he's not GonNa play this week harbored is going to start. Okay. So here we go. There's big news not playing this week. So as long isn't completely on punctured and also. I think that is why because the way one down in him losing the starting job was actually the chargers fault that is why Anthony Lynn came out and said unless. tyrod is he's still are started because I would assume Anthony Len former player was like we gotta fuck this guy here. So whenever he was asked about who's the starter even after incredible debut by Air Bear in the game that they had against the Super Bowl Champs Anthony Lynn probably was. I mean, we couldn't say it obviously because worn one hundred percent. Sure because at the time they're probably still reviewing and Anthony Lane. Prada. Didn't get a chance to do a full checkup on house whatever the case maybe didn't and he didn't want to be like. tyrod Taylor's by the way. We're the reason he's out and he is we made this disease like they. Couldn't say that. So that's why I think I was confused by the way insulin handled the question I think a lot of people are potentially confused but now we know air bear starting this weekend tyrod Taylor not only has cracked ribs but also punctured lung hopefully that unpunctual quickly we're not doctors they have no idea but it is nice to know that this type of thing does happen has happened in the past we probably. Haven't heard about it for whatever reason, and this is something that happens on a regular basis with success. So it's not like they were going above and beyond to make him put him on the field. This is something that has happened in the past

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3 reasons the bull market can continue

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

01:55 min | 11 months ago

3 reasons the bull market can continue

"Well, big rallies often come to an ugly end. And that was certainly the case last week for tech stocks, volatility returned to the stock markets with a vengeance last week, disrupting what had been a nearly uninterrupted climb to records for all of our stock indices, Even I was asking myself what the heck just happened Equity markets in the 48 hours after the S and P and the NASDAQ literally on Wednesday. Not closing records for 2020 and the Dow scored its first finish above 29,000 since February. That's pre Cove it bring it within 2% of its February 12 all time closing high. Well for the Bulls perspective, not a lot of change since the current bull market kicked off in March. They've only been to pull backs of more than 5%. Usually, bull markets have tended to have three or four setbacks over the first nine months, so this is a really strong market. Optimists or seeing the slump that the equity market experience last week is just a bump in the road. I mean, let's face it, It's pretty difficult to say That's something that's up 28% on the year and up more than 70% from the bottom. Now going down four or 5% can be defined as horrible. So why the what the heck actually happened? Well, there's three reasons number one stock sometimes go down Number two markets have been rally consistently in 2020, despite our covert economic woes. Thanks to the large tech companies Famke, Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Microsoft and Google and those are the stocks that went down last week also number three hashtag because covert layoffs remain widespread. At least that's according to the latest jobless things, data and that monthly unemployment report We saw Friday it shows that getting the economy restarted again is going to be like while a sunrise versus flipping on a light switch. Mark. It's ugly today. Dow Jones Sounds that s and P all climbing back. But boy, it's still pretty bad. Dow Jones currently down 472 points a 6 27,061 that's worth about 1.6% s and P down 62 at 33 64 NASDAQ Down Over 2% down 256 points at 11,056. Hey, it's a short weeks. You guys have yourself a great Tuesday you to

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Pandemic Insurance Pays: Wimbledon To Dish Out Prize Money To Players

News, Traffic and Weather

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Pandemic Insurance Pays: Wimbledon To Dish Out Prize Money To Players

"$12.5 million in prize money to 620 players despite the tournament's cancellation because of the Corona virus pandemic. The All England Club says it made the decision after consultation with its insurance provider, called officials say 256 players who would have competed in the main draw. Please receive $31,000 while 224 players would have competed in qualifying will each receive $15,600. Art

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Cleaning WITH Other People Podcast

A Slob Comes Clean

04:19 min | 1 year ago

Cleaning WITH Other People Podcast

"We're GONNA talk about cleaning with other people and I'm going to start out with my own failure story so I don't do these podcasts. Out of a place of being perfect annual knew that but I I really messed up last week. so The at the time when I'm recording this it is may of twenty twenty. And it's you know bananas Cuckoo Time in the world of the covid Nineteen Khurana whatever pandemic and. There's been a lot of at home time and kids have been out of school and everything's canceled and so we're all home and you know. I've been involving my family in the whole cleaning process trying to keep it on the same schedule as when my cleaner would come and if you guys are like wait a minute. A cleaning podcast. And she has a cleaner come to her house will welcome your new here. I mentioned this a lot in just the short version is that for the first seven years basically up until I wrote my first book how to manage your home without losing your mind I did not have any cleaning help. But I'm a big fan of it if you can do it and as soon as I could do it I did it and it unfortunately does not solve solve problems really hardly at all but it sure is nice To have somebody come into anyway. There's podcasts on that I'll try to remember to link to him. We'll see if I remember or not Anyway there's podcasts. On all of that they're realities of having somebody claimed what you have to do ahead of time to make it actually worth your money and their time and all that kind of stuff for them to come Blah Blah Blah anyway so on this schedule when she would come because she was not coming you know we would do a family cleaning day way. Didn't get anywhere near as lovely as she did The House to his lovely of a point as she would get it we also I mean the reality is there are things. I do not see unless someone is coming over. And that's actually one of the biggest reasons one of the biggest values that I get from having somebody clean is it forces me to. It just opens my eyes. It opens my eyes to little spots of clutter that I can totally ignore even when I'm dusting all around them but if she's coming I want it to be completely and totally picked up and so things that have been sitting out for a while all of a sudden they become visible to me and I'm like Oh okay so over the months where she did come there. Were just certain things that we're invisible to me so we were kind of at a more difficult. You know we were not at our normal thing that we'd not at my normal stage every two weeks of cleaning up now. I still every to. I always have to scramble to get everything picked up because yes you do have to clean before she comes which is not really cleaning. It's the layers of clean house. It's catching catching up on daily in the getting all the clutter and all that anyway Bob. I've talked about it before. But we hadn't been doing to that extreme so her she contacted me. I had been paying her because I really don't want to lose her anyway I had been paying her throughout the times when she wasn't coming. Because you know I told my husband I said as long as we can I WANNA keep paying her just because we can and I know not everybody. Can I totally understand that? But I was like I think we can and so we should. Because this isn't this is stinky for everybody. You know anyway so I wanted to make sure she saw me. She contacted me and said Hey. I'm ready to come back and I said okay Because we you know I'm in Texas. Things are gradually opening up I think the gyms just open today which my family's very excited about not me but other people my family anyway. She was going to come back and so on last Thursday we had to know a little bit challenging in the summers normally when we've had her coming We would go do something fun that day. Well guess what. There's nowhere to go anymore so I can't go somewhere so we we had to get out of the House and stay out of her way and all that kind of stuff so it was a little bit of a challenge but it was fine.

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Tim Head Is Trying to Bring Binder to Us All

Talk Python To Me

03:36 min | 1 year ago

Tim Head Is Trying to Bring Binder to Us All

"Him. Welcome to talk by enemy by Mike. It's great to have you on the show and I'm really looking forward to learning more about binder is fantastic to be on the show and the two Tokyo about find a what we do how it came. B. Hopefully how it will continue forever in the future. I have so it's definitely GonNa Continue in some sense in no matter. What in this you know. We're a good hub is taking all of the public repositories in encoding them on tape and putting them in like some vaults in some Nordic country. I can't remember exactly where but it's probably already been archived there for the world so it's definitely gonNA continue but I hope it continues actively as well. Yeah that sounds good. We have contributed. Who lives in no way so maybe we should try to organize a trip to wherever this fold. It's exactly I can't remember where it is which country it's in but yeah it's up there. It's gotta be near Norway. Pretty cool I now. I'm definitely looking forward to talking about binder and learning more and a lot of the behind the scenes stuff but before we get to all that. Let's just start with your story. How'd you get into programming in Python? Slow when I was a teenager? I wanted to do everybody. Twenty years ago wanted to do is build websites and at the time. Might that told me. Oh yeah maybe you should check out on then. They had this fantastic On then I learn how to use that Make Forum software and other lake websites like that and that's how I go into Bison and if you wanted to mean never really learned any other programming languages if you don't have to you you know I think there's value in other programming languages but people who know python are in a bit of a special place because it's so widely used and accepted. You're not forced to go learn something else necessarily other than Java script. Everybody's forced to learn javascript. If you want to do anything on the web at that's right so I know a little bit of Joschka and I was a fitness physics student at university than what the Sun as well as a physicist a aloft C. Plus plus right staring assembly codes is the other thing I do. Yeah so are you still. Are you still working so no I don't? I'm not an academic anymore. You've hung up your tweed jacket and you're not sure if you get those before you become a professor maybe only get maybe full professor. You get the hat at the end. Yeah yeah so I I think three or four years ago a left academia until there was no better thing to do in your life than be unemployed moved to Switzerland on the same day. Nice not Started MINE SMOKE. Consulting company around data science machine mining but kind of stuff and today. I work for a small company in Zurich. That the is code scruple slow. Let you scribble on a piece of paper and we do electronic signatures so if you need to sign documents which require a legal signatures you toss. Okay Yeah Yeah Super Cool. What was it like working at Stern? Oh it was one of the best places of work to my life. There's a reason the competition to what is so crazy.

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Spurge is the Word

In Defense of Plants Podcast

10:06 min | 1 year ago

Spurge is the Word

"Name's Nathan Taylor and I I've been studying you for is for about the about seven years now. Hey Sand Yeah and I particularly focus on a little group called the section Nisa film which is sort of the San Matt like Lance so like spotted spurs prostrate splurge those weedy plants that you get your Your Line Darden. That have that White Milky Sap yet. It's cool that the you know. Those are something I grew up recognizing I mean. I didn't know what they were as a child. But it's it's a familiar group of plants to me you know. I think a lot of people that don't live in arid regions at least. That's probably their main introduction to the Spurs family. But I'm curious. What brought you to this in the first place. We always plant person. And how did you discover you four? Ac's kind of your your focus. Yeah so the main way that I found plants is I live in Dallas. I at the time and I was told by my family that we were moving out to the desert. And where you know. There wasn't really any lush vegetation at all and in the spring. I just saw all kinds of wildflowers and being the kind of person that I am. Naturally I wanted to identify every single one that I saw hand. It just kind of snowballed there now. How I got interested in You. Four via is. I had a mentor of time. Whose name is Bert Williams. And he he knew basically all of the local on the southern highpoints Texas and you four was really just the one group that he sort of just assigned the genus name to and didn't even try with a species. So I I sort of took. That is a challenge and from there when I went to Soros to get my Bachelor's and master's I decided that the best way to study these things would be just a photograph every species in the specimen cabinet. And then go back and look at those at home. Well it turns out that some of the species. That photograph were actually misidentification. Ooh that that added a at an added another Another way to sort of you know. Just push me right into into the groove things. That's a really interesting dive into this world. And from a standpoint of sort of species identification and taxonomy I mean some of the Spurs family's pretty easy to recognize although there's probably plenty of minute details but others can be pretty cryptic which I'm guessing lens to some of the taxonomic end species. Id Confusion You just mentioned definitely. Yeah I mean every every time I go to a herbarium I ended up with a a really good big Saka misidentified before so. This is a big family. And it's one of those that every time I think I have my finger on the pulse of what's going on. I see a few representatives that completely blow my mind in. Send me for a loop but how do you begin to even focus in a family as large as before be acn? I guess from there. We can kind of talk about the subdivisions within that group. Right so I mean the the big thing with you for AC. I mean I'm not. I'm not a huge expert on four. Ac as a whole but but it's really sort of divided by the power structure. You know some some species have pedal some don't Actually probably most of them are money. Isis and then with you for specifically you have the ATM and the site in is is sort of this. Modified infrared essence. That looks like a flower. It's sort of like the composite family in that. It has this the Sudan via this false flower that made up of of an invalid occur and then Various flowers in the middle of it. It is pretty wild to think about that in the context of it being in fluorescence in. It's one of those things that when you say or see anyone on the Internet say you forget. Flowers already. Goes actually. It's a safe but it is a really fascinating structure in it. I'm guessing is kind of what makes you for AC unique or one of the characters that Kinda unites a lot of them Under this taxonomic umbrella definitely and it. It is the essentially. The uniting structure of Euphoria message genus very cool. So how did you end up falling? Into the subgroup Are With the chemist icy type growth form that we've mentioned earlier something that I think a lot of people especially if you live in urban areas or have a sidewalk near your house can probably recognize so it fits into a couple of categories for me that I sort of came to appreciate early on and For whatever reason I really like we species and I really like plants that are small and so this is spit imperfectly for me. And in the fact that the Trans Pecos region of Texas. Which isn't that far away for. Me Is sort of the center of diversity for the group. That's sort of where the plants evolved initially he? The region has sort of a representative of all of the major lineages within this within the section. Oh that's really cool. And so they've just sort of radiated outwards from there and made their way up into the super tempered areas. I'm guessing now because of human activity can be found over a much wider range than the initially would have in a natural setting right right. I mean that that said the you know the the group is actually to diversified on its own worldwide. Yeah so I mean except for the Arctic climates course but yeah it especially in desert. The plants love desserts and really sort of exploded in biodiversity In desert regions around the world. That's excellent and in thinking about the success of a group like this that can conquer so many different types of habitats. I you just said the desserts I see them in temperate zones see them in wet habitats. See them in prairies. A lot of that comes down to the fact that they figured out how to utilize a lot of different types of photosynthetic systems. Right yes yes and actually it is the only see for Winnie edge in phobia and within the section. You actually have both see photosynthesis and an intermediate to photosynthesis which not many people know about. I didn't know that that the but yeah. So it's it's a cool sort of intermediary step that uses a a two carbon molecules sort of funnel the the Co two to the bundle sheath cells instead of a a c four molecule like malic acid and came ascites also has a single C. three plant. Euphoria and Gus Sir. So C four photosynthesis really did serve. Diversify I with this section in this film group he I may have mentioned And basically that sort of the old genus name for it so still switching taxing on gears a little bit if I if I say that that's okay. It's hard to keep up sometimes especially with such complexity in morphology in types in you know this is a group. People generally pay attention to so. Of course there's going to be a lot of changes and updates. But I'm GONNA on the subject of photosynthetic Percy it may be the only genus known that also had as pam it has all those for photosynthetic systems so like the the second species in Africa. He those are actually cam plants so like like tactile out West so you have a wad of diversity in this group as far as photosynthetic systems. It's pretty wild because you know they're plants. Photosynthesis is kind of the main stay of that entire lineage of organisms for the most part and to think about all of the variety in that system you could possibly have. I mean just the thought that there could be an intermediate step between this the C. Two thing that I had never even heard of before until now and I'm wondering if you know is there any indication of what the sort of the end type was for this group or for you phobia in general or is it kind of independent evolutionary trajectories depending on where these originated in how they diversified into what kinds of habitats right right so the the origin of euphoria in general? Masada occur in sort of the South Pacific islands around New Caledonia And it sort of a one of a most ancestoral fees. It's actually not a euphoria. It's I can't remember Gina's name off the top of my head but it has a site apium but it's not quite as well structured as a regular you forget ended sort of a sort of a shrub plants in in that area now the the origin of section in this film. I know a lot more about their a lot of really cool features that sort of unite this group but one of the main things is that I mean it it. It evolved from plants. That looked more. 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A Chat With Award-Winning Stylist Steffany Bready-Edwards

The Chenese Lewis Show

11:22 min | 1 year ago

A Chat With Award-Winning Stylist Steffany Bready-Edwards

"Edwards is a fashion wardrobe and personal stylist based in Brooklyn new the perception of themselves and enable them to tap into their selves through no basically vents for Lane Bryant editorial styling for Plus Model Magazine and has Stephanie is nominated and female silence of the year for the inaugural full-figure are you Good hire you thank you for taking the time to talk to me today a younger did you buy all the fashion magazines and was in the school fashion show board of secondary to my music studies but the thing about fashion when I was in high school out in a different sort of way nothing truly extravagant but it was just different different I just always had like a different way of expressing it you know what I mean like from from everybody else okay full disclosure Elkana into the high hopes these adult these are fly nobody else's wear them they sure of preppy Boho You know like New York grungy kind of thing but I have my own essence of edging like Steffi is cool we're just not sure what you people screen and my own Baion vibe when I was in high school so in nineteen eighty eight I moved with Lanta initially just Sloman family and I moved to New York so I think that was a better transition for Ron in New York I came to New York in Nineteen Ninety two I've been in New York for can you got to New York was with Malone Oh Blahnik Milano originally from Cincinnati Ohio and that story goes as his mother met mom other and his mom was like well my son is a designer in New York maybe they can't connect or whatever for Isaiah back in the early eighties and he has since moved on to WHO's a an amazing block designer who did like the first Black Barbie auctioning distribution manager so I've I've got my foundation uh-huh a strong with Manama Blah for fifteen years girl come out or anything so four relationship of will it's time to curriculums or project on Bravo and I was just curious just watching doc fashion editors and buyers and stuff and files for more so on the scene pigs peaked my curiosity so encouragement of my husband and I went well and people like your style maybe you could do that for other fit to learn other bodies heights and learn more about color and trend Dacian of the transition back in two thousand nine and and then start to build my foundation stylus there so that's plus model magazine but how did you even know that they exist honestly I mean I've been a lane Bryant client forever and you know apart kind of a challenge so it was just like you know the universes collided if you floor two two thousand and ten you know just sort of orange plus community curvy events were going on all over and I just started and then two thousand and ten was able to volunteer at full figured fashion think I'll go who are the plus stylish plus styles even the thing like what does that only scenery talking to anybody and everybody in kind of a little more insight as to what the community was about I was familiar with mode as far as like broadening it you know with social media and all of that kind of it was lines so that I could get in there that work and let people know what I wanted to do create

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A look at the MacOS Catalina security changes

Upgrade

04:39 min | 2 years ago

A look at the MacOS Catalina security changes

Intro to Demarius from The Layover

The Flop House Podcast

02:03 min | 3 years ago

Intro to Demarius from The Layover

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"��25.6" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

KQED Public Radio

01:32 min | 5 years ago

"��25.6" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

"Much probe Rex it politicians in London are trying to scaled back expectations of a quick exit from the European union and PR shrank Langford says some worry a delay will spark more anchor on the BBC Torrey leave campaign or Dan Hammond set in order to still enjoyed access to the European market the UK would still have to accept the free movement of labor it means string movement of late it doesn't mean you citizenship when all was right I'm sorry we've just been through three but I can knee on the issue of this uneven is being led to believe I hit the one thing up vented for his sake and he has a very very important line on social media people saw this isn't about face and felt misled other probe Rex of politicians of also seemed to backtrack including former London mayor Boris Johnson who said the country was not pulling up to draw bridge Frank Langford and PR News London head last check on Wall Street The Dow is done more than three hundred points or one point seven percent at seventeen thousand ninety one this is an PR news from KG reading News I'm Brian Watt Governor Jerry Brown and state legislators who've reached the deal reform one of California's most powerful regulators the agreement which scaled back the authority of the California public utilities commission and require more public guess goal disclosure in Cape UC proceedings Simmer advocates who said that the commission is to cozy with the companies that it regulate have endorse the changes in a statement CP you see official State Bills support the reforms.

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"��25.6" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

KQED Public Radio

01:36 min | 5 years ago

"��25.6" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

"Funny for the judges of the Eastern District or the people who they are so I guess assists but that it is what it is maybe are shouldn't be lashing closed it is serious of all ninety several Judicial they can seize new knotted states none has been empty longer than North Carolina's Eastern District four years longer than any other unoccupied seat the Eastern District is allocated for full-time judges but for more than a decade and has been operating with three it puts more pressure on the other charges yeah it spezza both trials take longer to secure a forward against evidence that becomes stay all people don't have Thursday at Court just the way it is justice Denard Anastasia with the Eastern District declined to the recorded interview but she did say that senior judges are being pressed heart judge Carroll Fox is currently working before case load he turns eighty-eight this fall this is what amounts to a Judicial emergency at least according to the administrative officer the us courts lot experts like professor Tobias and staffers within the Eastern District they say help is needed North Carolina senior US senator Richard berth sees it differently week converse with the judges on the bench and there's not a traditional emergency from stand for their case before nominee can Game Congressional approval us Senators must turn in their blue slips bur has refuse to do so meanwhile President Obama has nominated Patricia Timmins Goodson she's the second African American woman Obama has nominated for the seat to make a nomination right now is over lead political.

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"��25.6" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

KQED Public Radio

02:55 min | 5 years ago

"��25.6" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

"And I'm coating hear from the decision just setting up a meeting talking to another official or organizing an event without Moore does not meet that definition of official so a Governor or a member of Congress or legislator who has had a lot of Commerce with a particular constituents taken gifts from that person been having a very Posey relationship with them but has only set up meetings for that person and never actually done something that was unofficial act such as the passing Avila making the ruling of some kind I can not be said to have been Bryant or two have been corrupt it that is going to set the bar little higher for prosecutors and probably for investigative reporters as well when we have their mini here there was another they'd ruling in many eyes on the court Upshall the law that restrict people convicted of domestic violence from owning guns that were two minute belief remain would said that they should have the ability to have a gun even though they'd had domestic abuse charges was the vote here the vote here with six two to not a close vote and here again just just Thomas was kind of the outlier saying that he saw no problem with giving he's gone right back to these two individuals the distinction here was that they said they shouldn't be affected by the federal gun man because their domestic abuse had been reckless conduct quote on quote and not intentional conduct pushing shoving a little slapping with their domestic partners but to but it should not been considered intentional did abuse the court disagreed with them sixty-two so they have lost their right to purchase guns are own guns and here senior Russian and Aaron course Byron Elvin thanks is always thank you Robin so that is it for this term of the Supreme Court which started with nine justice isn't ended with eight after the death of justice Anson Scully up and that vacancy is just one of many in the Federal Court thanks in part to be increasingly political nature of the judicial system of all the current openings the longest is in North Carolina as Jeff to bury from here now contributor Dubee UNC reports it has been more than a decade into Federal Judicial vacancy came open in the District of service forty-four counties and Easter North Carolina December thirty won two thousand five Eastern District of North Carolina judge Malcolm Howard assumed senior status that's University of Richmond law professor Karl Tobias he says after decades on the bench judges receive senior status the idea is to give them a sort of retirement and work new blood into the court system but Tobias says it hasn't happened that vacancy has remained opened for thirty-eight hundred days quick now suffered a tough night had ten years twelve months hundred twenty months plus four months it's I sink a hundred twenty-four months as well you're a lasting Watt why is this amusing are why are you last night well it isn't.

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"��25.6" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

KQED Public Radio

02:29 min | 5 years ago

"��25.6" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

"She is hurt not so years from some college but he's been active in the race chronic writes for many years student at Towson University in twenty thirteen yeah formed what he called wiped student union add to Casey interest white students and when I'm more controversial realities on that group was there would call on these crime patrols for the right to throw black on white crime quarter vote I'm and what they were doing that it would chalk the sidewalks message just like White tried White Jones is over come from incredible Jesus to shines high mark has emerged as a very smart a very savvy and a very are energizing her for young two summers Streit will the group has called the traditionalist worker party it's is a white Nationals group it says on its website that it planned Sunday's event yes chase event in conjunction with the Golden State's skin heads to make a statement about the Paris a situation our race is in after brutal assaults at Donald Trump events in California and as we're a minded he was there when a Black Lives Matter woman was pushed into was one of people pushing and shoving he says What about that incident like most things Mecir have access to know involves this is wonderful believes he believes he says he was provoked and get tired of trying probably indelible It's interesting you know about hole worlds you ET disguises or or apiece he also covers up his stray system he calls Christian well he says I don't hate anybody I just love White people it's a very interesting twist will be gonna was Twitter He has a little over three thousand followers of course none of that all supporters in a beast looking to see what he says but he writes of unselfish Chair of The only third position party in the us fighting for thank family and fall and he spoke with Al Jazeera America last year about some of his beliefs let's listen I believe in every people deserves to have a sovereign homeland he should be able to have their own space where their own culture in their own free family Info can thrive and that's the belief of nationalism that is shared by most people and groups around the world now you save he is pretty tension Lee the David Duke for new did generation but not Neal Nazi not merely dots is is not about season and the context of the near Nazi that's that's a very particular ideology that advocates fourteen resurgence of right.

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"��25.6" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

KQED Public Radio

01:42 min | 5 years ago

"��25.6" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

"But punch lab is only one of the entrance and this field the big one is something call Pred Paul very Selke on values and it's the more expensive models yes and it comes with some responsibilities if you take it on police departments are asked to essentially advertiser the company to give press conferences two tout the successes that is a whole new relationship between technology and policing it is and as a disconcerting won a lot of policing after Ferguson and I hope this isn't zone to control but a lot of it is about PR a lot about projecting that you know we're fixing things we're doing what we do better on a very real level police The Browns are kind of grappling with that and Pred Paul comes in and seems to have some answers for how to police in a way that appears to be better and more objective and I think police departments are clinging to that what you think that police departments and all the specific way about Jennings is so willing to embrace the technology when there is no data to tell them that it works on their may not be reliable data for a long time I think there's a sense that this might work a little bit and that's enough that it doesn't have to completely reduce the amount of crime in a drastic way for the amount that were shelling out to be a little bit worth it we think that at all just on a day-to-day level kind of bump up our time Productions these police departments are kind of casting him out for solutions especially in this era that they are so effacing such scrutiny and pressure thanks very much thank you Murray sure Maatta is a writer at the Marshall project.

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"��25.6" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

KQED Public Radio

02:47 min | 5 years ago

"��25.6" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

"You host a series of YouTube videos called into the fray and in fact you addressed not just gun safety but also the use of language and etiquette there's one called gun owners have not to act on social media where you read a violent social media post made by a gun owner of his talking about how we wanted to shoot someone who look at his wife the wrong way and you said I tell missed the people all the time no matter what you've been through no matter what you've seen matter what has happened due in the past none of that stuff gives you the right to act crazy we're responsibly armed Americans and that means we take it very seriously are right to keep in bear arms this is not how we should act first of all as I was very upset by the language that this guy chose to use he said I should have shot that right now he said I should have shot it and you know what there are cases where people need to be shots but not for how they look at you learn how they talk to you or anything like that we only use of force of any kind against behavior lights threatening behavior yeah but one of the key elements from an making that video and reminding people about this was what's going to happen to you after your involved in a deadly force into that in which you're used to forced to defend yourself I didn't have an imminent deadly threats one for the return it gets a hold of your Social Media Post but only you're no longer and willing participant which forced into a situation to defend yourself but now everybody starts talking about how violent and angry you were before you were just looking for a fight we want to make sure that we are showing the world we're doing the right thing because that's the kind of people We are we're safe on the Rangers were safe in public and there's no such thing as an accidental discharged it is in negligent Fister if you're gun caught on court goes off you did something to make it go off that's just quicker ET well language along for instance you never use the phrase huge to kill you have a different praise we want to stop the threat I don't want to kill anybody the firearm is your last resort situational awareness conflict avoiding and then objectively reasonable to forced to stop the threat we're in the middle of the training video shoot right now kicking people not to use deadly force in protection of property it's some good Burglar is in your car let him take whatever they got from your car and oh wait don't start shooting at that and that's what the vast majority of gun owners No and the vast majority of media people think we don't know you road apiece for the website personal Liberty a few months ago titled let's not lose our humanity.

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