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Fresh update on " times" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:31 sec | 45 min ago

Fresh update on " times" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"World is listening When was the last time you felt fully informed on world that economic affairs Is GDP catching up with a zeitgeist Are we going to have to catch up with a boom economy That might have been it Is that a move that's accompanied by better bank stock performance Jonathan perro and Lisa Abramovich It strikes me the degree of policy uncertainty for economists to factor in Bloomberg surveillance Weekday mornings at 7 eastern on Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Not completing high school is more of a social thing than it was an academic thing Even though all these years have passed I still have that longing to have my diploma.

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Terror Reigns in Kabul, Afghanistan, as the Taliban Take Over

600 WREC

01:08 min | 2 months ago

Terror Reigns in Kabul, Afghanistan, as the Taliban Take Over

"Dave Anthony Fox News, U. S defense official tells Reuters. They're still trying to clear out thousands of Afghans who rushed onto the Kabul airport tarmac trying to get out after the Taliban took control of the capital. There's a frantic scene at Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul as people are piling into planes, some even just trying to grab onto the outside and falling off. The aircraft mid air trying to escape the country where the Taliban are going door to door, murdering anyone who helped the Americans and confiscating weapons from everyone else. Foxes Peter Doocy at the White House where President Biden is not home, he remains at Camp David. What we should be saying is him coming off a vacation in front of the cameras and explaining what the next moves are going to be. Republican Congressman Austin Pflueger tells Fox business The Taliban uprising as U. S troops withdrawal left Afghanistan and turmoil that is really disgraceful. And shameful for our country, National security Advisor Jake Sullivan tells ABC. Good Morning America will hear from President Biden soon he is right now actively engaged with his national security team. He is working the situation hard. Covid is starting at 10 times the level of early July in a six month

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Report: UK Military Failing to Protect Women From Abuse

BBC Newsday

02:02 min | 3 months ago

Report: UK Military Failing to Protect Women From Abuse

"In the British armed forces, victims of bullying, harassment, discrimination, serious sexual assault. They're being denied justice by woefully inadequate and military complaints, process and justice system. That's one of the main findings of a report published by the UK Parliamentary Defense Committee. Which had evidence from more than 4000 women, including veterans and those still serving 60% said that experience bullying harassment and discrimination in the British armed forces are defence correspondent Jonathan Bill has the report. What's his life? Been a female soldier and what? And asked, I couldn't know. I answer. Oh, boy, I'm a soldier. This is the Army's latest recruitment campaign. It suggests gender is not an issue in today's armed forces, but a report by MPs paints a very different picture. With women suffering disproportionately from bullying, harassment and discrimination. And even sexual assault and rape. The conservative MP Sarah Atherton led the Commons Defence Committee investigation six out of 10 women in our evidence. Said that they don't make complaints because of their replies ALS and reading questions. Put some pressure on this morning. Hey, there we go. Women make up around 12% of the regular armed forces. The report highlights practical issues that need to be addressed, such as being given uniforms and body armor than actually fit. But MPs say they're also gravely concerned that women in the military a 10 times more likely the men To experience sexual harassment. There's so many more instances like mind that don't get reported, because you're not believed you're asking for it. That's the impression you get the fear not her real name was an officer in the Royal Navy, a woman's place. Decided it was up to me where that was, and it was in the Navy. Like the other services. The Royal Navy, too, is trying to recruit more women. But the positive experience for many doesn't always match the reality. For some, it's the old

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India's Deaths During Pandemic Could Be 10 Times Official Toll

AP 24 Hour News

00:11 sec | 3 months ago

India's Deaths During Pandemic Could Be 10 Times Official Toll

"The number of virus deaths in India could be 10 times the official number Most experts believe India's official toll of more than 414,000 dead is a vast undercount. I'm

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"10 times" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:48 min | 4 months ago

"10 times" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Day like 10 times in a day that I will get a good news. Right now. I've got a good but there's no that he is coming Team John says it took him six years to secure a visa. During that time he had to move around Afghanistan to avoid the Taliban. Days later, I sat down with the Mohammed family at their new Houston apartment through an interpreter. Mohammed's oldest son, who asked that we not use this name, says the Taliban targets People associated with US Armed forces employers around the bad people just looking at the schedule if they're going to the American base with the forces. And they just stay on the way and they're just killing. Julie Kornfeld is the Mohammed family's attorney. She's with the International Refugee Assistance Project. Kornfeld got word of yet another Afghan visa applicant who was murdered earlier this month. This is common. And also Mohammed and Mohammed's brother in law have let me know throughout the years that I've been representing them of their friends, their colleagues that have been murdered while waiting, Kornfeld says. At this point, the visa program won't be enough to get all these families to safety before the US pulls out of Afghanistan. Which is happening ahead of schedule and is expected to be completed by mid July. As for the Mohammed family, when I asked them about their father and husband, they tear up They were supposed to come to the US together. Much of that little they're feeling is like along with that father, so they are confused. Here, but they're feeling go to because they are safe now. Here, The son tells me the family is looking forward to working and getting an American education. For NPR.

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What if Earth Spun 10 Times Faster?

Absurd Hypotheticals

02:49 min | 4 months ago

What if Earth Spun 10 Times Faster?

"What if earth spun ten times faster. I'm pretty sure we didn't earthy question last week. i think we did. Is continent connected. It was well still even though we did that. One just before it had been a while before that what it feels like we haven't done many earthy questions i know feels like a long time to him. Maybe one week is too long for me to not do a question about earth. Marcus herbal object permanence. If i don't see the earth how do i know it exists then. Sincere being snarky bathroom. Why don't you start us when i get so. I looked into obviously the spain. Ten times faster. That's going to change. How long are days and nights are. We're looking to try before before you get too far into it. We just one note. Yes our parameters here. We're basically saying that. The earth is always spinning ten times. Faster not just immediately starting to go ten times faster like an overnight thing to despise of nobody if the earth suddenly started moving ten times faster it is an absolute catastrophic accompany of earthquakes. You know ridiculous strong hurricanes and things Everyone just dies before anything interesting happens. That isn't just immediately apparent of why you don't drastically changed of planets and benz shorter day night cycle really doesn't matter at all. It does not sure does one real short day. No one will be there for the night. So that's the only thing. I want to add before you jump in bed but go ahead. Yes so the first question is you know what are our current days. Like around around the world. So it varies based on where you are in relation to the equator. If you're the equator your days are around twelve hours long all year long. I should look a city in. Ecuador called Kito or i'm not sure which is about sixteen miles south of the equator. And they're the the daytime. Was you know it was from from like twelve hours and five minutes to twelve hours. Eight-match minutes year round. You know so pretty constant twelve hour day tomorrow night for us. We're all around boston on this. Podcast it does fluctuate based on the season so as we're recording this. We're actually just coming up on the summer solstice which is june twentieth. It's obviously already passed listening to this. But on the solstice which is the day where the day is longest shortest The sunrises five of seven. Am sunsets eight twenty four pm. So the daytime is about fifteen quarter hours around sixty four percent of the day on the contrary the winter solstice which is in december december. Twenty first it's kind of the inverse so sunset is our sunrise seven ten. Am sunsets four fourteen pm. so daytime. it's only about nine hours. It's about thirty eight percent of the day so obviously if you have ten times faster days you're going to have started ten times faster rotation of earth. You're going to have days their tenth as long.

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"10 times" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:42 min | 5 months ago

"10 times" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Thinking you ever time babies gain more. I don't want to be such a no name. No, Mom. 10 times better pay no more than sama. Anything the same old more in my home. You ain't getting no more. I am not a crane. No more time a time, hoping they don't rain on more. You don't put me into something that I changed my boy now I don't want to funnel dog. No. How much about any young fashion straight feet? No floor, vanity nor far so far for me. I'm taking my boat. So be alone. I'll go as okay. Shot Haven't holding steady calling my fault. I told you before that it's over. Mimi. Long nose hair you to see me because you're gonna see me strong. Oh, back. Right? Just me over. Oh, Dad. Oh, you gonna play games? E o my love. Great. Thanks. So shaped by most Don't can't even relate. My used to be gang on now. You're not just to have fun, No names, she catch back. But now I'm not playing They all where she lived my same pain trying to play a game. I can't wear my change..

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Indian Cities Shut Down as New Virus Cases Hit 200K

Here & Now

00:20 sec | 6 months ago

Indian Cities Shut Down as New Virus Cases Hit 200K

"Reimposing strict lockdown measures as the country posts another record day for new coronavirus cases. The country reported more than 200,000 new cases today, more than 10 times what he was seeing in early March. Surges forced India, one of the biggest corona virus vaccine producers in the world to halt vaccine exports. Iran has

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Summer school in Fairfax County to be in-person, 5 days a week

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

Summer school in Fairfax County to be in-person, 5 days a week

"Own household here In the past few months? Maybe the kid's grades have suffered because of virtual learning this past school year. Well, Fairfax County Public School students are going to get a chance to improve those great summer school will be at a scale 10 times What is normal for summer school that is Superintendent Scott Bray brain, He says the school district will offer a variety of programs, including what he calls Bridge to kindergarten and Bridge to first grade, which is Signed to help these systems, youngest learners who may have been most affected by the pandemic. Also, older students will have the option to retake classes. If you received an F here at the end of the year, you'll be able to have a no mark and go to summer school to turn that f into a passing grade. Great brand says in person. Classes will be offered five days a week. Look, look. Er w t o

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Nato intercepts Russian planes '10 times in a day'

Red Eye Radio

00:30 sec | 7 months ago

Nato intercepts Russian planes '10 times in a day'

"Apparently probing European defenses, NATO jets were scrambled 10 times all over Europe on Monday to intercept Russian planes as they flew over the North Sea, the Baltic and the Black Sea. Alliance called it an unusual peak of Russian flight activity. The Russian plane stayed in international airspace, but NATO points out that the flights composed potential safety risks. That's because the Russian crews don't put on their transponders, file flight plans or talk to civilian air traffic controllers. Martinez. ABC NEWS Washington

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New Washington DC 911 Dispatchers to Get 10 Times the Geographical Training

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

New Washington DC 911 Dispatchers to Get 10 Times the Geographical Training

"Director of the Office of Unified Communications, Cleo Subito, mandated that new 911 recruits will get 160 hours of geographical training instead of the previous 16. Adding that current call takers will be getting refresher classes on the waterways and hiking trails most popular during warm weather. Getting the call receiver's off of the floor for a lot of training at once is difficult, logistically in order for us to be able to keep answering the phone, so I can 911 colors help really going giving us your entire address. When we asked, and we're always gonna verify it, but it would save some time if we get the whole thing at 11 of

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NASA concerned about space's growing trash problem

Chris Krok

02:43 min | 7 months ago

NASA concerned about space's growing trash problem

"Is now more than 128 million pieces of trash. Left over from 128 Million, yes, left over from degrading satellites, byproducts of past flight missions and other cosmic accidents, and they just keep circling the earth. They just keep spinning around the earth. That is, um That's just the debris that we actually have the ability to detect. But here's the problem even like paint chips. Paint chips can actually be a fairly deadly if they are, you know, flying around at warp speed around the planet. And that's what that's what's happening out there and again when the astronauts get out onto the space station to try to fix stuff. I would think that you know, it could be kind of Bad situation. It was I quarter inch. Let's see. Uh oh. It was 2016 1 of the European Space Agency Astronauts took a picture of a quarter sized dent. It was in a glass window of the international space station. It turned out to be a tiny little teeny fleck of space junk. It was a paint flake. From a satellite. It was, they said few thousands of a millimeter across They said, not much bigger than a single cell of E. Coli. And it caused a quarter sized Out in a Pane of glass in one of the windows. I mean, seriously, You gotta watch out that something like that hit you in the helmet. You're not gonna have a good day. Um When it when something that small could do that much damage. Of course, the bigger stuff is going to be a really, really bad day 34,000 pieces of moderately sized debris. That's anything larger than four inches. Would just pretty much take out an astronaut. Anything bigger than that. Uh or anything bigger. I guess. Then the little tiny fleck of paint would be catastrophic. All comes down to full lot of philosophy, philosophy and velocity. Uh, Anything circling the orbit? With the space station. They're moving at 17,000 Miles an hour, 10 times faster. Than a speeding bullet. So the key is I think you wanna be rotating with the trash. Or simply tried to avoid it altogether.

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Study Finds Wildfire Smoke More Harmful To Humans Than Pollution From Cars

Morning Edition

00:49 sec | 8 months ago

Study Finds Wildfire Smoke More Harmful To Humans Than Pollution From Cars

"From wildfire smoke is up to 10 times more harmful than other sources for humans. NPR's Nathan Rott reports. That's bad news that stems from a warming global climate. Wildfire smoking car exhaust are similar in that they both released tiny particles a fraction the diameter of a hair into the air. The particles are bad for you wherever they come from. But new research from the scripts Institution of Oceanography finds that the particles from smoke may lead to more hospital visits. Making matters worse, says Tom Courting him. One of the study's co authors is the fact that there's little we can do about smoke pollution were not able to stop the wildfires. And if anything, they're going to be getting worse, which is why, he says more people need to know the risks. Nathan Rott. NPR

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Top SpeedRunner Uses Just Feet to Achieve 100% Run

Checkpoint Radio

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Top SpeedRunner Uses Just Feet to Achieve 100% Run

"Named Jordan, who holds a top 10 time on the switch in we you of versions of Zelda the breath of the wild. Hey, actually beat it. 100%, So no glitches. This is the kind of speed he's learned. And I'm into Hey also did another 1% run a month after that without taking any damage in the entire game, And he has now beat the game 100%. Using just his feet at as controls you could sell. The pandemic is really wins the people's imagination, too. You don't know people were still doing stuff like this. Even before the pandemic. He actually said that it was harder beating the game using just his feet. Then it was beating the game without taking any damage. Now I just

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"10 times" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:04 min | 9 months ago

"10 times" Discussed on 790 KABC

"It's time to open up the state of California for business, Mr Rand Wayne's at the Sports desk in Culver City from the obvious desk. A state audit found that California's unemployment agency was not prepared for the pandemic. No, They're just giving out checks to anyone Who wants. What? Hi. You're a criminal from Louisiana. Have a California e d d check. In fact, at 20. One of the predictions I made after the November election. Was that the news media would continue to talk about President Trump as if he never left office and Joe Biden would be effectively irrelevant to what people were discussing in the country. As it turns out, it looks like I'm right. You look at any of the newspapers today and it's still trump Trump Trump Trump Trump Trump Trump. And if you want news on Joe Biden, you better have time. Joe Biden might as well be in the witness protection program right now. In fact, Sammy the Bull Gravano is in the witness protection program. But I think I see him more on TV than I do of Joe Biden anyway. Joining us to talk about this is the author of Privilege Victims. How America's culture, fascist, hijack the country and elevated. It's worse people. Columnist at the Washington Examiner. Eddie Scary, Eddie welcome. Hey, John. Good to be with you. It really is true that it feels like President Trump never left office because you turn the TV on you Look at the newspapers. He's all they're talking about, and it's like Joe Biden doesn't exist. Yeah, And you know with Trump, it's just an amplified version of what has always been has always been the case. I mean, I remember back during the Obama years. The story was always always always Republicans. There was the tea party. You never really talked about Obama. You never talked about and anything that Democrats were doing. It's always Republican, an orange or it's Fox News that you read in the media report against that Now they're talking about Fox having an identity crisis. It doesn't you're right, as if there's nothing else going on other than Trump at this point, and I just wrote it about this other Washington Examiner this week is Republicans and make that very, very easy as well for the media. Still, um, if you have Mitch McConnell coming out and weighing in On something that has nothing to do with the Senate. He comes out and talks about Lou's Cheney and Marjorie Taylor Greene. What does that have to do with the Senate? There in the house, and not even his chamber? He's coming out, weighing in on it on Dove Course the media loved that. They loved it in fighting, they would think they love talking about Republicans. Their love scrutinizing Republicans can never put the light on Democrats. They don't care about Joe Biden on D. Yeah, You're right. I think with trumpets just on Lee, Um, what we've seen before, but 10 times that you know, it's funny because you turned CNN on or MSNBC. It's wall to wall coverage of Marjorie Taylor Greene, the first Term congresswoman from Georgia who has spent much of her career being a conspiracy theorist was able to get elected in a very crowded field in a very safe district. And now that's all we talk about morning, noon and night, and they say the rights obsessed with AOC, okay? But I've always found it interesting. To see what news Channel a politician keeps on in their office when they're there, and I have a good friend who worked in in Washington, D C for a long time. Who told me Be very, very scared of John Boehner. Because every time I go into his office MSNBC it's something in the background. What news channel? Do you think these people these Republican elected have on in the background? What are they watching all day in their office? My experience has been with with Republicans, They actually do it. I guess it Z expected they do Watch Fox. Um, that tends to be the case. Even with conservative journalists that I know I actually do the opposite. I would watch nothing but CNN and MSNBC all day, which is why I'm halfway out of my mind. But no, I think that that tends to be true. How would you grade the performance of Jen Psaki so far as press secretary now, Jen and I used to work together over at CNN, and we debate each other all the time. She was always very pleasant. Always fun to work with. But now going into this role you're on TV every day, and you're answering all the tough questions. Although the questions were much tougher for Kaylee back in any I want a place a clip for you of what she had to say when asked about the vaccine because It's been sold to us that if everyone takes the vaccine that we can go back to life is normal and we don't have to stop living our lives. We can go back to doing things like seeing concerts in person going to Major League Baseball games getting on cruise ships And she threw a whole lot of cold water on that. Let's listen. It's not just a vaccine as obviously an incredible medical breakthrough on we want every American to have one. But even after vast with vaccinated, social distancing, wearing master to meet going to be essential, and we'll need to continue communicating about that through health and medical expert So even after we take the vaccine, we still have to be on house arrest. Right. I think she she's telling the truth In terms of that's how Democrats see things. I also just heard about this at the Washington Examiner of the social, Just the social distance, distancing stuff the math. All of that is here to stay so long as these people have a say in it, Um they really believe in this stuff. They think it needs to be this way on by. I actually disagree with you and in terms of what when they said The vaccine. Yes, there encouraging everyone to get the vaccine, And they say this is going to take care of the virus. I don't hear them ever say, however, that this is our ticket back to normal. I often see them stop very, very short of ever saying that, um, it's usually we can get back to some degree of normal, I think, Anthony Fauci said. You know the sainted Dr Fauci, he said, once we get 85% of the of the population Inoculated..

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Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga is the first 3:2 Yoga convertible & thinnest ThinkPad yet

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

01:27 min | 10 months ago

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga is the first 3:2 Yoga convertible & thinnest ThinkPad yet

"Know, laptops are always getting inner They're getting lighter, More secure, But five G is definitely the big buzzword this year. First I have from Lenovo The ThinkPad X one Titanium yoga. It's the finish Things had yet it's got a gorgeous and lightweight titanium design. And it's a convertible last night with multiple you smoke. You can use it like a laptop. You can flip it over. Use it like a tablet. On Ben, you know, Bend it again. It looks like a tent, but it's got the Intel evil platform inside. So there's lots of power and see than this tiny little package in little package of great features like optional five year lt can activity and a magnetic pen that can be easily accessed for note taking. Perfect use at home or anywhere where you're trying to do a little bit of work these days. And then I have another laptop for you that Lenovo Flex five V and this is the world first. Idea PC now because of the Qualcomm Snapdragon. Eight c x Y Z Computer class. Sorry, compute platform, You've got the performance and connectivity of energy, which is up to 10 times faster than four G. It's more secure than public WiFi and more efficient than a mobile hot spot. But it's thin. It's light and AM list, So it's silent and cool to the touch when you use it and get this. You can get a multi day battery life from a single charge. So you're just gonna have to search for that outlet nearly as much as you normally do.

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Severe Allergic Reactions to Pfizer Vaccine Are 'Exceedingly Rare', Scientists Say

Doug Stephan

00:33 sec | 10 months ago

Severe Allergic Reactions to Pfizer Vaccine Are 'Exceedingly Rare', Scientists Say

"On the pandemic Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Researchers have been studying allergic reactions to the covert vaccines. The CDC is estimating now that life threatening allergic reactions happen in about 11 out of every one million patients who get the cove it vaccine shot. That number is significantly more about 10 times more likely than an awful lactic reactions to flu shots. But the CDC is still cautioning that the likelihood of any adverse reaction is still incredibly rare and easy to manage. If the person has access to treatments like epinephrine, Alex Stone, Eby,

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"10 times" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

06:44 min | 10 months ago

"10 times" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Listening to Isabel Barrow. I'm in for Rick and Jean today and so far on the show. We've been talking about 2020 and what happened this year, and now it's time. To turn our focus to next year. And what's our favorite thing to talk about around this time of year but never accomplished. That's right. It's your New year's resolutions. You knew I was going to go there. Are you someone who makes a resolution or a few resolutions and sticks to it and always accomplishes them. Are you someone who doesn't bother? Because you are afraid that you can't do it or you'll fail. I mean, I personally almost always make a resolution, but then immediately forget about what it was. I don't follow through so Clearly I'm not doing it right. But if you fall into the camp of wanting to make a resolution, but struggling to accomplish them while I have some good news for you help is available and it is simpler than you think. In a 40 year old but still totally relevant Harvard Business study. They found that 3% of the graduates from their MBA program who had written down their goals. Turned up to 10 times as much as the other 97% put together just 10 years after graduation. Now let that sink in. The 3% who the on Lee difference that we know of was that they wrote down their goals. Earned 10 times more than the other 97% put together. That is a powerful argument for having a plan and having it in writing. What should you plan for? And how do you actually accomplish it? That seems to be the problem for most people. In fact, 70% of Americans surveyed plan to have a New year's resolution for 2021, but only 55%. Think that they will be able to follow through with the resolution. And they're probably right because most people abandon their resolutions by January 11th. That's why it's now called quitters Day. A top five resolution is to eliminate spending, save more money. Better prepare for retirement. Most Americans who report planning to have a New year's resolution for 2020 said one of their goals was related to finances with an equal amount wanting to eat healthier or be more active in new for 2021 focus on family has been added to that list, and some other common goals are spending more time with family and friends. Hopefully, we'll get to do more of that in 2021. Getting involved in our local community or improving current relationships or may be falling in love. It's a skill development, like learning a language or an instrument or taking up a sport. It could be quitting smoking, producing your alcohol consumption. Or maybe it's getting more sleep. By the way. That's definitely on my list. I could use a little more sleep. I have a four year old or you could be like my husband, who is New Year's resolution. Every single year is to get better at golf, which is not something that I'm likely to support. His golf is extremely time consuming. About one out of five. Americans are not motivated to make any resolutions, and 65% said it was because they didn't think they would succeed or they're too busy. Interestingly. What your resolution is may also be related back to your age. 50% of millennials surveyed said that their resolution is money related, while Gen Xers boomers and the silent generation say It's more about a focus on their health. The younger generation Z says their resolution is to focus on self improvement and among Americans reported having a New year's resolution in 2019. 44%, so they're either still going strong with their commitment or they've already reached their goal. So that's pretty good. More than half report that they kept their resolution for less than a year. That's not great. Losing motivation was the main reason for not keeping their resolutions followed by potentially being too busy, followed by the impact of coded. We're not having the support they need to accomplish their goals. Now, let's talk about how you can actually be successful in accomplishing a resolutions, and it starts with being specific about them. So, for example, instead of saying, Save more money, say, Save an emergency fund. And then make it measurable. So instead of saying saving emergency fund say, Save $10,000 into an emergency fund in a separate savings account, and then be realistic, make it something you can actually achieve. Because if you want to save $10,000 into a savings account, you have nothing in there and your income is $30,000 well. Is it realistic that you can save half of your after tax income? Or are you just setting yourself up for failure by setting the bar so high that it's impossible? So don't aim so high that you can't accomplish it and then actually go and set it up. Also, don't give yourself 10 resolutions and expect that you can accomplish all 10 in financial planning. We recognize that you may have 10 different financial goals. And 10 things you need to work on, however, giving you a list of 10 things to go home and do is just a recipe for disaster. Instead, we might leave you with two or three areas to go work on improve initially over the months or even years and address everything over time. As they say on Lee bite off a much as you can chew in one sitting next, make your resolution relevant. You can say a great goal is I want to save $10,000 into an emergency fund. But is that the right number? And, moreover, is that really the best use of your money or Paying off a credit card. A 20% interest rates be a smarter choice or have a bigger impact on your financial well being. Next. Give it a timeframe. Talk to your financial advisor about what is a realistic time frame to accomplish these goals. If you want to save $10,000, and you know you can save $1000 a month. Well, what do you plan to save that money over a year? Because you and I both know that there's gonna be a trip or Yeah, By the way, 2021 is going to give us back those vacations. Well, at least we help. Or maybe it's a family member in need or a car repair, But something's going to derail you for a month or two. So give yourself some leeway and plan for its take a year and don't give up. Even if you fail one month, just pick up where you left off and try again and most importantly, write it down. This is where a financial planner can help you. And here's a thought instead of trying to work it out on your own. Maybe your resolution should just be to call a financial planner and then write it down in your fridge. Set a time frame for it and actually do it. Your resolution will be call X Y Z financial planner to set up a meeting before the end of February. It's specific. It's in writing. It's realistic. It's relevant. It has a time frame and it's achievable. Obviously my examples are all about money, because after all, this is a financial planning show, but this process could be used for any of your goals and remember Don't bite off more than you can chew. Only focus on a few areas that you know you can accomplish and I'm once they're checked off, then you can move on to all the other things..

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Advocates Call For Changes In Prisons To Reduce Inmates' Exposure To Coronavirus

All Things Considered

03:34 min | 10 months ago

Advocates Call For Changes In Prisons To Reduce Inmates' Exposure To Coronavirus

"State prisoners have been significantly affected by the coronavirus. At least 220,000 of them have tested positive for covert 19 tight conditions and buildings make social distancing and controlling spread difficult. That is the case in Kansas, which has one of the highest infection rates among state prisons and with access to the vaccine, unclear Advocates are calling for changes to reduce exposure. No mean do you, dean of the Kansas News Service reports. Mary Flowers hasn't seen her daughter, Jordan Fuller, since July. Fuller went to county jail and then in October, she was transferred to the Topeka Correctional Facility. The states on Lee Women's prison. Kansas Prisons haven't allowed visitors since March to prevent the spread of the Corona virus. But that hasn't worked. The virus made its way into the state's prisons in April, 11 inmates and three staff members have died. 5000 inmates in the system have tested positive. It's awful to have a child in there, no matter their age, you know, even when they're 30 throughout the pandemic prisoners and Kansas have said social distancing is basically impossible. Everyone has masks. But not every inmate wears thumb. Not everyone reports their symptoms if they're feeling sick. And people are scared for their health and frustrated by new safety restrictions. Flowers says her daughter has been living in a tent in the prison's laundry building for more than seven weeks until all 60 new arrivals to the prison test negative at the same time. She says her daughter has been tested nine times and has been through four quarantines. They put these women in an impossible situation. You know they're being held where they can't even make it inside the prison. John Wesley O'Hara is a corrections officer at the Topeka facility, he says units go in and out of lockdown when someone gets sick. People still move from building to building and the prison hasn't been disciplining people, so it's hard to enforce mask wearing They were understaffed before the pandemic, But even more officers are out now because they're quarantining taking care of kids are working outbreaks at other prisons. The people who are left sometimes work 16 hour shifts. Harris says he tries to be careful and keeps mostly to himself outside of work. But when his roommate who also works at the prison, tested positive they had to miss Thanksgiving with their families. I had to call my ex wife and tell her I can't see my kids for the next two weeks. This is isolating work. Just by its very nature. Now you had something like this where you actually have to have that physical separation as well and the stress becomes 10 times Greater. The Kansas Department of Corrections declined interview requests. But in a statement, spokesman Randy Bowman said the department is working with officials to follow public health guidelines. Criminal justice advocates have said. That's not enough for months. They've argued the best solution is to release people so they can isolate Lauren Bonds is the legal director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Kansas. She helped sue the state to release thousands of inmates this spring. The suit was dismissed. But the A C L U is working on individual clemency applications for prisoners who are vulnerable to the virus. The only way to make sure that the transmission rates go down is to make sure that people in prisons can observe the same, You know, protocols that we're being told to observe out here in the community Governor Laura Kelly's office says she's still considering the requests. As for a vaccine, health care workers in Kansas prisons and jails will be among the first to receive it. But there's no news on whether inmates or other staff will be

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Debate Over Classifying Drivers As Employees Or Contractors

All Things Considered

04:22 min | 11 months ago

Debate Over Classifying Drivers As Employees Or Contractors

"The pandemic worsens, travel is declining again, which is obviously concerning for companies like uber and lift. They have seen their ride, hailing revenues plummet even as interest in on demand deliveries has climbed. At the same time, those gig companies have been waging a labor battle to keep their drivers from being classified as employees. Anthony Foxx is the chief policy officer for lift. He also served as Secretary of transportation during the Obama administration, and he's a former mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina. Welcome. Thank you so much. It's good to be with you. So let's start with what just happened in California. Last month, voters passed ballot measure that exempts gig companies like lift from basically classifying their drivers as employees, which essentially means Your drivers could be treated as independent contractors. So they won't be eligible for things like minimum wage protections or the right to unionize. You just tell me why is this a good thing? Well, the reality is first and foremost that the nature of work Is changing all across the country. And what what we've done through prop 22. I would I would maybe take issue with a couple of the the waste of the question was raised in the sense that we're actually establishing a minimum. Floor for drivers to earn. So Where's before prop 22. There was no floor below which driver earnings could go prop 22 establishes a minimum standard that is actually 20% over. The current prevailing minimum wage anywhere in California. So that's just one of the things that prop 22 dozen. But if the drivers don't have the right to unionize, how do they bargain for to raise that that floor? Well, I think part of the challenge there is that you have these workers who are working between platforms, you know, in the modern era of bargaining. Most of the relationships exists between individual unions and individual companies. But this workforce is a work force that's working between many of these platforms. So you may have the same driver who's working for Lift part of the time working for Postmates part of the time working for Lord as part of the time on DSA, So unless there is a way of creating sort of a sectoral approach to it, which is used in Europe, it's been really hard for the labor movement to figure out how to how to solve that problem. Well, apart from the issue of whether drivers are in a better or worse situation with prop 22 Prop 22 was the most expensive initiative in California's history. Good company spent what 10 times what labor advocates spent. Is there an argument to be made that lift and other gig companies? Essentially bought their way out of an employment law. They simply didn't like. No, I think I think that what, what You see time and time again in Paul's not just pulls that the companies have run is that drivers in to the tune of 4 to 1 don't wanna be employees. They want to be independent, and that a lot of reasons for that many drivers work fewer than 20 hours a week on the platform and 70 some percent work. Less than 10 hours a week on the platform, these air feed people who were in some cases need flexibility that they would not have in a more traditional employment format. So, um, what does remain to be said that there were many, many drivers who were staunchly against prop 22. Well, there are many people against anything but the vast majority of the drivers again. 70 to 80% of them, do not want to be employees, and I think it's incumbent upon Not only us his industry, but all of the stakeholders to try to figure out how do we create a system that provides safety net around these workers while at the same time preserving the flexibility, which is what 22 really was was designed to do, But it's also something that I think we need to have continued conversations with labor officials and others and government to try toe. Continue sorting this out. Former transportation secretary and chief policy officer for Lift Anthony Foxx.

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"10 times" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:39 min | 11 months ago

"10 times" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Yeah, That's that Is that because is that because the mortality rate is not, as is bad on covert, as is being reported on that to suggest it's not a real disease is not to suggest that we don't have to be careful. But when you have a less than 1% rate of wait, wait, 99% of you will recover. So so is that part of the metric here Because are we throwing the baby out with the bath water a little bit with moves? Maybe some overreach with the closure of so many businesses at once. Yeah, it's usually exaggerated When when we started in January, there was a projection by a British researcher. He said There'd be 2.2 million deaths in the United States. Well, we had that. Well, I mean, you you would know 10 times as many people that had the at the Kobe 19 and do and policies were set and then, within two months, that number was dropped by a factor of 10. However, the policies were not changed. Yeah, you know, let me I don't want her up here, but that's interesting. We talked with us yesterday. Yeah, we are eight months into this thing or nine months into this thing, and we have made some ground that we flat. Why are Well, I guess my question's Where did we go from flat in the curve to elimination to know Tol have to have a vaccine. I mean, we went old Testament on the crew. I think the other thing too is we have made some strides here. We've made some progress. So why are the Why are the business shutdowns the same as they were at the beginning. Of this of this virus, in your opinion, so that people in power that that cherish their control and exercise of power and where that translates into the one thing that they could blame on President Trump and say, Well, he's responsible for Kobe 19. And drunk, making the drumbeat for the fear. It's come up and you know everybody's wearing masks and stuff like that. It became the edge and about the only edge. Then the Democrats hand over Trump, and they pushed it all over the place and social media on the class, classic television and on but to guys like you To get the right word out. But you're outnumbered. Well s. Oh, and by the way, I would want to have you back and we're short a little bit short on time today, but next time you're on with us, so I think we'll bring you back for next week. Check is you have come up with what is called the ideal tax rate for eliminating poverty. So next time we have you on the air I want to plan on talking about his name is Chad Billingsley checks here?.

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Carmelo Anthony returning to Portland on a one-year deal

WBZ Morning News

00:15 sec | 11 months ago

Carmelo Anthony returning to Portland on a one-year deal

"ESPN reports 10 time All star Carmelo Anthony is re signing with Portland for the league minimum. It is just 51 points of past Tim Duncan for 14th Old time on the MBA scoring list guard containing its Caldwell Pope has agreed to a three year deal to return to the Lakers

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Boston Celtics Legend Tommy Heinsohn Dies At Age 86

Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Boston Celtics Legend Tommy Heinsohn Dies At Age 86

"Idea of drafting Romelo ball and ripe. Tommy Heinsohn, the Celtic legend is past the age of 86. What an incredible career he had. 10 Times champion six time All Star Coach of the Year. Rookie of the Year. Four time to a all American Paul of Famers. Player Hall, Famer Za coach played a part in each of the Celtics 17 NBA

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"10 times" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"10 times" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"On CBS. It will truly be a tradition. Unlike any other win, the best players in the world are on the course at Augusta National. A special autumn. A master is live coverage getting in the way Saturday at one Eastern Then Sunday at 10, A.m. Eastern seven, Pacific on C B s. And as we've done for the last few years, we get you ready for the Masters. And coverage with Steve Elkington. Elk is a 10 time winner on tour. Elk is a major winner. Elk is a jungle legend. Elk will be on the general podcasts, which we're going to shoot out on Wednesday. You never know what you're gonna get from milk. That's the beauty of elk. We see cat made, of course. And the reason we never know what we're going to get from elk. Is elk never knows where he's going to get from elk. He admits as much to me. Okay. Maybe you can ask me who I think is gonna win, but I never know what I'm going to say. He says things like that to me. Also, elk has got a new game for you Clones to get down with Everybody get down. And I'm really curious guest on Bryson Shambo coming off that unbelievable performance of the U. S Open. Is this Carrie to Augusta? Madonna. It's amazing. It's got the defending champ, the big cat, Tiger Woods. Oh, and That's not even the story. Tiger Tiger winning it was absolutely amazing, and Tiger defending it is like an afterthought coming in, which is incredible because of Shambo. Don't talk about what he might do to the course that he might Tiger rise the course that he might do to the track What Tiger did back in 97. Remember, this guy went into the quarantine. As a man and came out of beast £40 heavier 40 yards longer and completely overpowered the U. S open And now the question is, what will he do this week? Can't wait. Find out can't wait to find out how much weight he's gained since we last saw him and how much longer he is. I saw a picture of him yesterday, man. He this dude is built like a Break believe house a minimum man. He is. He is really thick. And I'm really curious to see what else is going to have to say about him. You know, Elvis got no school guy. Elk, as I mentioned is 1 10 Times on tour. So is pricing good or bad for golf, good or bad for the sport. This elk have any problem with him individually personally. Professionally, his approach. And again I have no idea what else and say to any of this. I also know one more thing about elk. Come to find out that elk apparently nearly burned a cabin at Augusta to the ground last year, burning makes just ask him about that, too. So you got this week? Who do you like? Milk will be joining me tomorrow on our podcast Jamie and Green Bay tweets. Maybe the White Sox can hire your drunk bus. Cart Larus around all season. All right. So the thing about Tony LaRussa And about the drunk bus. I don't know again, a different time, a different era. Same show but a different show. And I said, did certain things back in the day that probably I shouldn't have. Like the drunk bus. It has the same phone number. Back then I had what I called a celebrity drunk bus. This was before there was uber and there was lift and all these other ride shares and ways to get home. I want to do my part because there were a bunch of idiots. They continued to drink and drive and I never understood it. So rather than just complain about it, I took it upon myself to do something about it. And yes, I was a little bit selfish. I saw to make some money was a side hustle. So what I did was I started a company and I had a fleet of Jim Rome. Celebrity drunk buses. I know. I mean, maybe I should have named it that my heart was in the right place. I want to get these idiots off the street before they hurt or killed themselves or somebody else. I mean worse, us. I was offering a service to help those who seemingly could not help themselves or get out of their own way. So I told every celebrity every athlete Really anybody wasn't just limited to celebrities, but that's how I came up. The idea is to take this phone number, right this phone number down and keep it in your wallet. 1 800 Prague. Maybe not the best form but my heart was in the right place. I was trying to help. And yes, I was trying to put a few Benjamins in my pocket to 1 800 block like I don't know who has that number now. I mean, people still occasionally try to call it You go ahead. Call that number right now and tell me who answers it won't be May. The business has long since gone out of business. But when Jamie and Green Bay says, maybe the White Sox can hire your drunk bus to cart Larus around all season, I no longer have a gym room. Celebrity drunk bus. In fact, the matter is it's not funny. Not funny. Do you wise, Not funny. The fact that this guy got another one, and they hired him. He's not funny. In fact, it's stupid. I wanted at the White Sox knew. If they knew when did they know? And if they didn't know are they going to fire this guy? And if you're not going to fire this guy, does that mean they're OK with this guy? And the whole thing is so weird and so dumb to me. Hiring a 76 year old guy who already had one D Y, who had not managed in nine years who has almost no use for today's players or analytics. Was already weird..

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US Election 2020: Still no clear winner

1A

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

US Election 2020: Still no clear winner

"In the U. S. Presidential race as NPR's racial Lucinschi reports contests in Pennsylvania and other states remain too close to call. Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Book far says they're still ballots left to be counted. She expects 10 times the number of mail in ballots compared to the last election. Democratic governor Tom Wolfe is acknowledging results are coming in more slowly this year under a new system. The promise of democracy is that every vote counts that has been the promise of democracies in 17 87. It's still the promise of democracy and I intend here in Pennsylvania. Make sure we keep that promise. In Pennsylvania Mail in ballots postmarked on Election Day will be counted if received by Friday.

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"10 times" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"10 times" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It was they activated. It was over 10 times. Red I saw. Yeah, and a TTE. This point I'm trying to recall the number of Americans that have tested positive. I know the number Now is what 207,000 have died. Is it It's about seven million who have been identified as having been, you know, infected. Is that not the number and if it is 10 times that we're talking 70 million Yes, it is. It is over seven million and I think I think that's a fair estimate. It could be higher. We've had serology studies that that made it appear to be higher. Now. CDC did another surveillance study. And and it wasn't it was done in a different way. And they and they found that the anybody worry about 90% of people, but they never reconciled. The two different to different claims. And I think I think that the antibodies can fade. You know, I would affect its more based on everything that we've seen. I suspected Mohr Toward the higher number rather than the lower and I suspected at least 10 times the number of infections now we don't know what it takes to reach the level. We don't know what the level of immunity that I know. People like to say. Well, though, calculate a row and they have a model and They're going. They're going to decide and tell us that we need 60% 70 perfect. But we don't really well fully know because of what I the point that I made about the immune system. There are other Corona viruses, for example, that circulate in the population and they could have proteins that look like The proteins on the on this this particular Corona virus, and you could have crushed immunity, so it could be that people who have been exposed to these colds recently. The that's where they cause are cold and they circulate out regularly. They could have some level of immunity that you know that doesn't prevent the infection entirely. It makes it so that it's it's really nothing more. Than a cold and that that could be one of the reasons or the primary reason even white Children tend not to get sick with it. So I think we we don't we don't really know. I think people who are wrong. Who make authoritative pronouncements in this area are Are you run a risk that that they're going to be proved wrong? Because I don't. I don't think we haven't. We have enough knowledge of this point to understand what it takes. I also think that you know there are certain areas, for example, the Bronx where they probably have significantly more than 25% of the people have had have been infected. My guest is Dr Roger Klein. I'm Dr Kline. If you could stay with us for another segment, we get back. I'd like to ask you about again without diagnosing which I know you cannot do. Ah, patient that you have not examined. I'd love to know what your thoughts are on how the president looked as he left the White House. Is this truly an abundance of caution? It seems to have rubbed up pretty quickly. I'm sure that a lot of people would be interested in what you're Reaction is Dr Roger Klein is my guest. He is a pathologist with an advanced training and medical Michael. My microbiology and virology happens to be a double graduate, both of Yale Medicine Medical School. As well. School of medicine, I should say, and Yale Law School will be back with Dr Roger Klein here on night side talking about just an extraordinary historic day here in America and let us hope that It all ends well, and all the concern of the Yanks that many of us been feeling today will will dissipate in a few days back with Dr Roger Klein. And eventually get spoke calls If you like 617 to 5 for 10, 30 triple 89 to 9 10 30 right after these messages, Nightside.

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"10 times" Discussed on The Topical

The Topical

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"10 times" Discussed on The Topical

"The moon landing the fall of the Roman Empire Operation Desert Storm. That's all news that happened in the past. But this news it's much more recent. Here's what else you need to know today and alarm a new Gallup poll out today is found that a growing number of Americans don't believe in climate change scientists despite increasing evidence that climatologists meteorologist and Atmospheric scientist do walk among more than 46% of Americans do not believe in their existence and at least 28% of those polled don't believe these scientists are man-made and some good news today if you're waiting for an Amazon delivery because you'll probably won't need to wait much longer. The online retail giant has announced they'll now be encouraging their drivers to deliver packages even faster by strapping cinder blocks to their trucks accelerator. The increase delivery speed is set to begin tomorrow Nationwide and Amazon execs are confident that the total amount of fatality should be minimal and finally game 2 of the NBA Finals gets underway tonight where the Los Angeles Was Lakers will take on the Miami Heat from the bubble in Orlando? But despite the neutral-site the Lakers may have a slight home-court advantage in the series the NBA announced prior to game one that they would be Pub in the smell of Jack Nicholson to more accurately replicate the atmosphere at the Staples Center and the musty stench of cologne and overwhelming cigar smoke was so successful that the NBA will continue pumping it directly down to the court and benches of both teams for game two before switching over to small doses of coronavirus to replicate the threat of disease that has become synonymous with Miami Beach for games three and four wage and that's it for the topical today. I'm Leslie Price. I don't much care for having to beg you people to support my livelihood. But here I am yet again asking you to please like And subscribe to the topical where you get your podcast, but just so you know, I could also make it just fine on my own if it ever came to that and don't forget to visit the onion.com for more on all the day's top stories because unlike me websites need all dead. Can get we'll see you tomorrow..

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"10 times" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"10 times" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Asking for political asylum and then being released into the country and disappearing never to be heard from again and President Trump promised to end that and worked with Central American countries and Mexico to do so. That's been very effective. But now an economic downturn in Mexico caused primarily By the covert virus by the covert pandemic has tried to change the demographic of who's coming in. And now, once again, as it has historically been. It is a single single adult men, mostly of Mexican origin coming here looking for work. Hand, So it was. Ah, you know, it's kind of like fixing your roof. You have a hole in your roof. You tend to it doesn't mean you'll never have to fix your roof again. But it's dying. The problem short term and so now we have You know where At one time you know in that 2019. We had half a million family units coming in four times what it was in 2018 this year, 270,000. Most recently 270,000 single adult males from Mexico. So thankfully, the detention facilities that we have there on the border are set up more for handling single adult men. Then they are a family unit, so we're more prepared to handle their bond slide, But it's it's concerning You don't see the long caravans anymore, either. Just people, you know, miles and miles of people. President Trump threatened Mexico with tariffs on their products. You know where we purchased about 80% of Mexico's goods, and he said, You know, if you want to keep that those those goods coming in without terrorists, you need to tend to your southern border. And Mexico crackdown on that immediately. Well, you know, they have the power to do it. They were just kind of loosey Lucy, but, you know, the president said, Fine. Watch this. Well, you know is this is getting better at the border. We still have these sanctuary cities, you know, practicing what they do and not cooperating with ice and releasing criminals. I mean, there's a case in New York in New York City. That's pretty disturbing. Yes. So here we have your sanctuary policies. Those are policies where by state and local governments forbid their local police cooperating with federal immigration enforcement on any level and what you end up having then our criminal aliens who are apprehended at the local level right there in Birmingham, although Birmingham is in a sanctuary city, but I mean and then and then once this person Eyes ready to be released. Instead of being sent out of the country handed overto ice and being returned home there just, you know, released back onto the streets. We have a case in New York City, which is one of our biggest sanctuary jurisdictions where a criminal alien has been caught and released. 10 times. This is somebody who has committed crimes ranging from assault to possession of a firearm. You know it underscores why sanctuary laws undermine public safety and national security. And so once again, we have an instance where, By, uh, next time you hear somebody talking about abolishing ice, you know, without ice. Those were the people in the interior of the country who instance situations where local jurisdictions cooperate with federal immigration officials. They remove criminal aliens from your neighborhood. That's why Isis so important. And so should be such a top priority to find Well, I do when I update you, though, on Birmingham? Yeah. This happened back in 2017. The Birmingham City Council, along with mayor would from unanimously approved resolution designating Birmingham, a sanctuary city, So we have a democratic, nurturing and bringing him Yes. Alabama. Yeah. Yeah, there are like about 500 Sanctuary cities across the country was not aware that Birmingham was one of them. But I am disappointed to hear that. You have the state's pretty much is not. I mean, Governor IV's all about cooperating with law enforcement and ice. But when it comes to the city of Birmingham, Yeah, the mayor little soft on all that. You know why I did all right. Avery about All right now you're right. Yeah, I don't know why he cares more about the illegals. And he does the safety of the American. You know the people here in the city and but Democrats? Alright, buddy, we'll talk again. Thank you, Dave. It's Dave Ray from the Federation for American Immigration Reform. 6 48. Now. Alabama's morning news up next Americans for limited government government President Rick Manning will join us. To talk about the executive order the president's getting ready sign to stop the practice of sending surprise medical bills to Americans. So yes, not good. Also, we'll see what's happening with his thoughts on China and Joe Biden as well coming up three minutes Alabama's morning news Knowing.

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"10 times" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"10 times" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"In value by over 10 times and nothing stopping divvy from increasing exponentially again, and in fact, that's their goal. Davies Price jumped 10 times in correlation with the release of their beta wallet, but will they go up further when the wallet is fully released? I don't know. But if free talk live, we're happy with our decision to hook up with him A year ago, you could go to divvy project dot org's and begin earning defeat by starting a master note or by staking, Debbie. They have a lottery for people who staked the coin opportunity has knocked every day here on free. Talk. Live set September, Will you answer? Tiffy project dot org's That's t I V I project dot org's and Let's go to the phones. We've got angel calling from Arizona Angel. You're on free talk live. Hello, Everybody. Thank you Ver face. Thanks. What's on your mind? Well, I, um, I got introduced to what you're talking about, You know, ahead, and we didn't know had, you know characteristics. And the person over in London and I'm in Arizona and I met On a game. You know, one of those You know here is a harmless game, you know? At night, you know playing. It's not. It's not an adult one like like World of Warcraft or something sort of online game where you're in there with multiple players. You can chat with the other players, right person. Yeah, Yeah, It's harmless stuff like that. But he Showed up right after my husband died was weird. Yeah. He entered her life through the video game right after your husband died, or he actually came. Overseas will make my life, okay? Jeez, that's gone. You know, I was playing my game. I hadn't been selling with anybody up until that point. You know, I just want my game and my husband, Castor, and then I'm playing the game just there. My mind office. I'm home alone and all of a sudden I get. I mean, this person looks Canyon Daddy, and it was quite interesting the first year. And then we go away for a while, then we come back. You know, he's got a habit of doing that kind of thing. You say much? Not really. Can you know he just stay his feeling I would ask him to beat the robot, you know? Because who know, you know? Yeah. I mean, did you ever have any kind of further interaction outside of the game with him? Meaning? Did you ever do a video chat? Yeah, Yeah, yeah, I thought we've got to do what he says. Looks like stuff like that. Okay? Yeah, I was part that went, but I mean, It was. It was very interesting and it's still there, but I get frustrated. Because That, you know, it's like Just you know, he does he care But he said he cares is that you said I'm sorry, Could you That he really cares about exactly love me, but he doesn't communicated a lot. And this is for a game of phone thing where you ever met him in person. If you had Our friendship is much of 1919 2019. Well, okay. So does this person have any interest in pursuing a relationship further or are you just like Video game friends. You know, he doesn't even play on the game with me. Well communicates through Gmail. Okay, okay. No. Do you feel like this is going to go somewhere? Is that what you want to happen? Do you? What's what does this mean to you? I could care about this person very much because you know, he's the only one. I've put so much time and interest and he was very nice, cordial and very close there for a while. I don't think I'll ever see him in person is is this thing and I just asked him earlier. If I sent you a ticket. Would you actually come because she never answered a while back, So I think it's a dead end. To be honest with you when I'm older when he Get younger, and I think I'm just climbing up the wrong tree. But You know, it's frustrating because I was like like it's not even my type. I mean, for God's sake, you know, I like surfer boy looking boy he follow. I mean, the odds that you're going to encounter within a video game person who you're physically attracted Tio Ah, ahs slim to none. Angel. I'm I've got to tell you. I'm worried because there are a lot of people online who would pretend to have a relationship with you. And who would pretend to, you know, Sure. If he will send me the money, I will buy a ticket. I was actually gonna ask. Has he ever asked you to send you some point? No, no, I'll be aware of these people has they're everywhere. Scam artists online. They're called so I don't get involved. I've got my my border collies. Education. Will we play and you know I don't need. You know, I don't need a replacement because we had a relationship over the year and a half. And you know if I was ever going to Connect with somebody. It was. It would be nice, you know and realistic and I don't think we would be young and he probably plays You have other danger? You know whatever. No more. No more girlfriends voice after my voice is suspicious. Well, Angel. Thank you. So much for the call. I hope it works out. But it sounds like this guy's more than like, you know where it is Kind of be a dead end. Let's keep coming. The fact that look, the fact is dudes halfway across the world. He's not someone you find attractive so That's it. You know it's not going any further and nor should it. You don't find the person attractive. So why would you want to spend any time doing anything else with that person? You know, unless there's some other benefit that they could bring into your life. Well, I've connected. What people emotionally that I wasn't necessarily attracted to. And it was like a romantic relationship with, but I wanted them to be part of my life. Okay. Would you pay for them to fly over to to visit you from halfway across the world? No, I don't want him that you don't want to be and that you don't want them involved that badly then? Sure, Right? Yeah, have at arm's length where they are. Yes. Yeah, but but then their existing digitally they're not a real person. To me. That's true there, just this imaginary person that exists largely in my mind theory. They exist somewhere. Yes, and and I'm sure to a robot. I'm sure that there is a real person on the other end. But the fact is that the image that I have of this person is 100% warped by their ability to portray themselves in a certain way of social media. You can't control every look, you give someone in person. That's right. Can't control every angle from which they see you in person. Unless you're wearing a mask, in which case they can't see you it all. Yeah. Or barely. I couldn't date a massive person. So wait. Just argue Costas, socially distanced dating. I can't even you know, how does that even work like these online dating sites they encourage people to do online dates is like no, that's not the same thing. So that's not a date. No, it's I guess it's literally a date, but it's not a terrible date. If a date has zero chance of moving to anything physical, I don't think it's a date. You have a good point, because eventually they're gonna have to not Social distance right?.

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"10 times" Discussed on Behind The Lens

Behind The Lens

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"10 times" Discussed on Behind The Lens

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"10 times" Discussed on Behind The Lens

Behind The Lens

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"10 times" Discussed on Behind The Lens

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"10 times" Discussed on Behind The Lens

Behind The Lens

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"10 times" Discussed on Behind The Lens

"And one zero two point three FM W HIV LP NEW ORLEANS there are few forms of digital communications that are as informal as intimate as a phone taxed, but those messages can be pretty vague to, and they seldom tell a full story by themselves. American trails direct text campaign to New Orleans voters is a case in point Lynch. Reporter Michael Stein Explains Explains. The mayor has promoted this service. A couple of times starting in June with some social most that turned some heads the social media post. You know just had pest me. followed by a phone number with a five Oh four area code You know need to follow that up on twitter shortly after with a tweet that said I have not been hacked. Because a lot of people you know were confused why the mayor was publicly I'm sending her phone number out She ended up promoting this service. On Sunday but this time she had a a specific for people so this time. She didn't just say text me she she wanted people to test specifically regarding renaming committee that the city council has recently set up to change the names of streets, parks, and other places named after confederate or white supremacists figures so she asked people to tech her if they were interested in being nominated for the commission, and she said text me and I'll spend you. You the application or so in the phone number is not actually you know mayor personal cell phone number instead. It's part of this. You Know Oh texting service, so you know if you text the number. She posts You know you get a you. Get a response from her. That says hateful. Toyota go click on the link below and so I added to my contacts. eat. It asks you to give some basic information, and birthday your gender identity. And the city and an optional you know email, address, and that you're signed up for American trolls. Tech Service Okay so there are a lot of people, a lot of companies that use different text or SMS services. The lands included were going to talk later in the podcast about. We're getting out on Thursday with a different service. Explain I if you would y, there's some concern about these particular. Via taxed from the mayor. A twofold concern I think that to begin with. There's concern coming from the fact that this this service is not a government service. The it's not paid for or run by the city government. Instead it's run by Cantwell's campaign another reason why people you know took it is that you know. Those talking about a second ago, she recently asked people to use this service to themselves for a government position so to some people you're kind of intermingling the roles of a campaign with the role of city government, and any of rules on the books you know meant to keep those roles separate I'll make it clear right now. That no one we talked to thought there was any legal violation in any of. Of this they were just making that. There are rules in place because they're being in separating campaign activity from governmental activity, heart, the the the second aspect that had people concerned. Is this services ability to mind data and I know we'll get into community a bit more, but but that's second. Concern was definitely about how much data the Cantrell campaign can collect from people who sign up for this service. So, what do we know about? The this particular company barely knew popped up last year. and it's real liberties. CANTRALL has even noted in in a campaign email that she is the first US elected official to be approved to use this service. so basically is mainly for celebrities. You need to be invited or approved to kind of use this service I'm and it's basically a way for celebrities to you know their fans on a mass basis through testing rather than. Than through social media, and now the the company's pitch is that you know social media algorithms make it really difficult to actually reach your entire audience I mean there there have been plenty of You know that you know. Algorithms can divert you know oppose all, but five percent of someone's following. So this is a way to make sure your messages are getting to your fans It's also a way to get to know who their fans are a little more, so you know using. Information for example to target people in certain areas. Let's say they had a concert. In a certain area to target those fans specifically but ended in political world perhaps of Mayor Cantrell, being the first. You have reached out to the mayor's office and the Mayor's campaign, not always one of the same thing. What sort of reactions what sort of comments have you gotten from? Them says that this was nothing more than than an attempt by the mayor kissed. Try something brand new in an effort to be more transparent and reachable by the public and to open this nomination project a nomination. Nomination process to the public at large back on that explanation from we talk to most notable Robert. Collins and he has theories doubt on kind of the motivation behind this tool you know for example, in the trial is asking for people to nominate themselves for this commission. She says to the social media posts out at about twelve thirty PM on a Sunday and said that. That she was going to make her decision the following morning, meaning that the process, the entire process from her, sending that out to to fielding submissions to making a decision was all less than twenty four hours and Dr Collins cast out that that was you know really the process that she used and that she did not have anyone in mind prior to this process after publication getting a follow. Follow up statement. from the I'm that said that indeed that candidate was picked out of the pool of people that tested this service and that she had not been a candidate service, so they basically, she wasn't on their radar prior to her service It should be noted that again. This is from the campaign, not the administration. We did not get anything back from the administration. Michael Isaacs Time was more great investigative reporting online now at the Linz Nola Dot Org Michael. Thank you and have a great holiday weekend. My friend, he choose local charter schools are working on their.

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"10 times" Discussed on Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"10 times" Discussed on Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast

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"10 times" Discussed on No Story Is Sacred

No Story Is Sacred

16:20 min | 1 year ago

"10 times" Discussed on No Story Is Sacred

"Real lazy and his best friend is get this a discreet nuclear physicist. They they travel back in time and stop the community assassination. That it's a really good idea in. They think of that. We think he should go back in time. And we'll try to get his. I forget yeah. We don't have to Rehash John Mullany beds does have to but it's fine. We often did like it. Just I'll still loaded up Even to this day it's it's like that doesn't hold up as well as it used to. But it's still like a time. Traveling Car Mardi is still cool. The the movie does imply that a white dude wrote Johnny be good. That's problematic. Yeah there's a lot of eighties problems with it. Yeah Bill and intense excellent excellent venture another fantastic has a lot of ninety s problems but I think they started filming. Ah Three face music and only possible title. They could have done for the third race. So crowded right title Nice but like Holds up pretty. Well I don't think I'd ever want to attempt trying to do like a modern retelling of back to future. It's just put that energy. No no not like just because of the entire weird elements of like again white people inventing johnny be good. Come on I I can understand the gag which is like Oh John Marty Plays Rock Music and helps create rock music. But that's a problem. Yeah but like I. The thought of a time. Traveling car is fun and we need funds stories to Danny stories that you guys all claimed the really good time travel come on. Here's the Nasdaq one. Here's a question about Ota Ota back to the future shoot. What happened to the Marty of that time? Line of the of the new time line Because our Marty is a poor kit with a chip on his shoulder. That's Parvez character is cool. He's gotta span but he's also oh you know living at living in that House with in which his dad fully regularly he shows shows up. Yeah that's weird. And then he he comes to this new timeline where he's rich so is that he still remembers being port. Does he change or out his own knowing it. Yeah because well we see on second Mardi there in the alternate in the new time line. Who goes back in time after seeing docket shocked by Libyan's so that one typically really exists at the same time as Mardi prime so that Marty goes back in time for who knows what happens? He's GonNa end up in timeline. See there's going to be infant timelines at start sprouting from this point The time cops from that show up and Star Trek. Voyager are going to have a real hard times shortened. This one out time trouble with travels. Oh Oh and its counterpart trials and tribulations. Yeah that's actually what I meant but yeah yeah no trials and tribulations very important So any any number things could be happening in that second time. Line that gets created like good The Rich Mardi appears in Nineteen fifty five in that barn and immediately goes up to the farmers and gets shot. Who knows that could happen? It's it's all all bets are off. It depends on if you believe in self corrective if time oh I feel bad because there are so many time travel stories that were like not mentioning none of us. Even we like reference. Didn't really talk about Dr Hill. Yeah true we've mentioned star Trek but we haven't got into it. We mentioned Gotcha and the Prince of Persia. And that one has like so That's a time monse has tied monsters the time traveller referenced We've Devi rose well heroes trigger. Oh yeah the time. Traveler's wife Breath Kate and leopold any of those any of those stories. Where there's Oh here I'm GonNa do shadow one of my College professors wrote a book Her name's Bethany strider In the books name called something and in that one it was very fascinating A dude from the past cup hold into the future taught cool spy shit and will then was sent back in order to affect his timeline which is under. Oh I don't know if this counts as time travel but sleepy hollow with The TV show times shenanigans because he's managed man out of time different than time fucker. That's just a that's a time capsule kind of it. Is that where Captain America goes to. Oh Yeah Yeah. It's a rip Van. Winkle kind of thing loved them so much sure. Although cap cap eventually becomes a time traveler avelar chew in Infinity War. Endgame Time Trap. Yup I adventure not travel. Yes and you know I I understood what they were going with the endgame time travel. They explain it too well at the time but like as as this play with. It's like yeah just separate timelines that they could have said that but they didn't. Because why would they bother. But at the same time you played up for Alaska's characters characters trying to explain time travel to each other confused I fucking love about the time travel in endgame they make the plant At all the infinity styles here before they know skin Even though they know exactly when Santos destroyed the infinity stones. They know exactly what happened. They just timetabled to a week before that and pulled off their thing where they killed him which they knew worked because they did it. The other guys you had been you just executed it a bit late and you have time travel. That's that's where time travel. I will come in if time travel can solve your problem. You have the wrong probl. Also why didn't they week for Carol Comeback. Yeah also captioned of pulled that shit at the end that was bad for storytelling agreed. But that's okay. I don't think it's real CAP I. It's hyper cap go. Yeah and also that there are loads of angry with his time travel. So Um so I watch the college humor rust in peace or ocoee dropout show Actually every every once in a while one of their special shiny questions is about time travel and they put up time nine and guess what time travel thing it's from and I am awful at it and I never get. That sometimes took our show known that most of the time. I didn't even know that was a fucking thing. All right guys. Do we have a final final. Thought thought on this not even once all right I want to say no all right you have you have a gun to your head and knows very grim. Someone is going to offer you a million dollars if you can right a time travel story in twenty four hours. What mechanic is oh I will go I the guru? I would use the groundhogs day mechanic from the point of it because I read this story. I still think this is the most like fucking fantastic thing. Ever Lincoln. The show notes It was a marvel. Fanfare was amazing. It was a groundhog day. Scenario from the point of view of someone who wasn't in repeating so but he was in contact with the person who was so every chapter starts with a guy. I like waking up the same day. And he's doing shit and then suddenly Steve. This is Bruce Banner. Steve Rogers shows up cycles. Like okay you just really have to listen to me. Here's what's happening every day every day but it's progressive and so they have all this will. Oh happen yet. Basically and Steve Rogers. This looks like I know you saved us every time high but please believe me but it's progressive and they have to. They end up getting like like Tony Stark involved to figure out how to solve it but these solution the macguffin takes longer than twenty four hours to build so a huge portion of the story is shaving time Trying to get multiple people involved like trying to convince them and it's great. It's often the point view of the dude. Who isn't doing it you should? You should just send me that story that but yeah so I would. I would definitely do groundhog's day but I'd like just try it from that sort of outside mechanic. Okay what I would do it. It'd be a very short story and it's probably been done before but whatever I only we have twenty four hours for that million dollars is a very quick story Closed first person point of view. Oh you're positive first person narrations well Though I'm not sold on not one 'cause he was right first person. I dare fighting but someone watching events happen just really quick. Maybe just like five minutes sang. And don't it'd be a sense of something. Special event will be happening and this character being very common a not calm situation or if it's quickly becoming not calm and you just watch them like of comedy quickly kills someone in the middle of something and just follow them as a sit down and fadeaway. 'cause they kill themselves Oh man. Oh Oh wow. Oh that's a That's the recur sive now recruits if when thinking of it which is why I described. Yeah no that's that's the the one where you're pass affects your future but and even explain why it was done maybe hint add it. Hinder route so you get the negative of space around what happened why you felt you had to space. Yeah cool that's me all right so l the so what I want to do is a passed a treasure hunter and I the person that goes back to the point of last owner of this object. Grab it and then come back to the future to sell to highest bidder as that. What happened in the Orville? Oh Shit that alternate is what happened into Orville Nice except she was doing but also kidnapping a bunch of people which is like weird. It's a shift from the whatever replaced. Just let's commission it but I want to do is like in this story. That's the setting and this is the store and in the story A it's the job that up. Of course I like that make you just fucked up time but BUBBA MISUNDERSTOOD GONNA sit there for the ten thousand years yes or what other things there for ten thousand years as and was actually opposed. Your parents who eventually meat does call. I'm remembering like eight. More time travel stories. Brendan Quick Go. Yeah we'RE NOT GONNA go into it because it's supposed to be a mini gods..

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"10 times" Discussed on No Story Is Sacred

No Story Is Sacred

14:09 min | 1 year ago

"10 times" Discussed on No Story Is Sacred

"I'm certain Alex you made me watch. Watch a rundown of the eight billion different ways. Time works in the different games. I may have made you watch video essay. They at some point. Either that or you were the one who told me about the eight different ways that time works and I think you have our own podcast. Fuck AH possibly yeah and in mature mask a you learn. Everyone's schedules you ground. Talk to you groundhog day. At this case you have three days and that's just fun but like each time you do something okay. Each time you pay Peter Pass it still somehow sticks because fuck you. That's what they're fixed points in time. Alex Sir Deed. Then there's a the oracle of ages which I have not played in forever where you go back four or five hundred five hundred years in the past and the present time. Yeah when I what I know about this thing is how upset nerds get about it right because the whole time inconsistent billion games at this point is subject of much debate and oh which game happened when this official time nine. Those people's opinions about that official time nine and the weird things of things not matching between games like. Why does snake highly? I keep moving. It's a fucking huge lake. It shouldn't be even with the amount of time it shouldn't be moving like that and I think it's because it's all a secretly oral tradition through the game. That's me I mean that makes the most sense white named keep repeating Belykh a when the when the when they made the historian a they're like okay. We have like seventeen games now all can't and that's no matter. How what we say the timelines free branching timelines and of of one adult one when you're a child and you save the day and one where you fucking die? I feel like we did talk about this during the Celtics. It's just really great legit now. I was just realizing no. It wasn't a video essay. I just apparently retained something from podcast. I'm so he'll listen to you guys or something ought to happen eventually. But okay but actually it gets back to the pippen's theory. What what you just said pip about? How all folklore? That was the issue in assume state book tying it in tying. I think my theory would upset Zelda fans so you know whatever probably they're nerds. My theory is the right one this at the latest magic and and re building is moving itself purpose. The land is saying sucky. Yeah well when magic gets involved all rules out the window cool so you have anything else. L Like I have like a joke you talk about how about like going into random tangents and about editors and they have like editors they have a have a number of jobs they make sure your story areas areas. Yo Concise they make sure that at your restoring makes sense. They make sure that your story is approachable to audiences and a a talk you out of eight different timelines. Do they do. You are all the time nines. NECESSAR- what have we got down to just five. I mean writing time travel story is really hard to keep all your Data's great it's like which is harder writing a time travel story or a mystery story who time travel mystery. Oh No it's hard. Hard Boda gauged men. I want so bad other big believe. That's very game elsinore. Ha Ha about hamlet. Yes you're playing. You're playing a freely and trying not to die good luck with that with hours That's for rebuilding schools. Do you WanNa go or you can go all right. It says it's tough because there's a lot of good time travel Stories out there. You have some cassock ones some great modern ones my forever. Blue Star Trek time travel. Some says just all that. It's just a citizen a Su Song Sung. Aw By but you calls to you. The the thing that I've most recently loved that involves time travel And I I believe I've mentioned it before and If given the opportunity I won't shut up about it. Fight me cat it is. This is how you lose the time more by. I recently finished that one. I also read it but you didn't get it wow you didn't. You didn't feel what I book made me cry. I saw because spoilers for this news time but by the end of towards the end of the book when Blue Died I realized that I had become red in love with blue clever trick And so I was just a tears. Remained couldn't see the page crying. Oh yeah no it was bad see. That's how I feel about team stable yet. No Pick this one but in this is how you lose a time where there are two agents of two different rival time factions. And I guess time gangs Shit. I was a jet. They're red works. Works for I don't remember the name of breads. It's like a weird computer thing that has a name and blue works for the anymore garden works for Garden. I remembered that one because I love garden It was just more earth in trees and they're both fighting. What only one of them can exist in the future? And they're both fighting for that future by doing time Shenanigans and spy shit in the past past and they're different time nine to their basic stranding breeding them together going up and down the strands and all of these different lives in the best of the best. They're the best at what they do. But the but they start sending messages to each other letters yes it's an epistolary novel. So when you're fancy words I love learn both pretty great. It starts off as them writing to each other and it gets more more involved they get involved in each other's past and not just the past of the world And then then they read is like with most spies The only person whose side they're really on each other's it's very good omens I have to say is like you know when you've been around your enemy for long enough. You have more in common with them than you have with your Alice though I don't think Rodeo reserve I'll have ever fence is about what it would be like out the other one's heart. I mean you don't know them pippen. I mean that's fair. Look it starts off with them. Complementing each other's work and then complementing each other and then Dan. Yeah and even at the end. 'cause read is part of Blue's death which is part of why cry Renton Renton. What any of this at the end blue is so complementing reds work yup stupor proud but it's a great rate novel and it makes references to modern songs and then go like this on earth as the Prophet said? Yeah so my future so bright I gotta wear shades as as the prophets today and that is the title of my dump spotify mix I made for words called as the Prophets. Say Okay and it's songs about Violent love and songs from Steven Universe Lincoln in the show notes. Yes yes sure. Yeah No. That's a great a good book. It's I just remembered that Harry Potter Tech has time travel the entire third book. I know and one book out of the seven and and why it's a frequent terrible idea to give third grader basically Well thirteen third grade. I know but Russia in high school. And it was such a convert contrivance that they all got destroyed the fifth book whoops because if they existed. Then you're like bullshit that's how to solve this problem. And that's a lesson in writing yourself into a Corner Ladies and gentlemen or if you're writing a long series that doesn't involve time travel devices and suddenly you think now throwing a time travel device. Don't don't or or if you're planning on doing that. It's the plan all along and then you put subtle things in your first works that suddenly make accents are now that would be really difficult and potentially backfire. Counterpoint prisoner of asking is the best book of the series. Yeah Yeah what. We don't need a book yet same. Is it because it has a From Lucan you should have no own Peter That who folded morten kill you. We would all of a sudden sunglasses appear from nowhere anyway. Anyway this is not a Harry Potter. podcast either no not by any means Tampa. We done Harry Potter you. Nope no himselves anyway. So it's just me now right so it's it's it's it's hard to come up with a favorite race I was I was tempted to joke about the zyban clock. Just so that only mia. Yeah now with a have a laugh timid. But but I'm not GonNa do that to you because it's a terrible opener doing prince of Persia enough because I love it but just so cat would be extended. Oh Yeah Wow. That's okay because I almost I realized after I gave my thing that I actually have get another really cool favorite one and I'm like oh well shit but it's not the one that made me cry. Just my safer canucks one. I think I think like quote the the quote the princess it from principal version of from memory. Make that's why I was trying to remember earlier. Say Time is like river flow smooth insured one direction except insurance one direct action. But it's actually it's more like an ocean the storm. Yeah but okay weird analogies prince cool but that's not what I'm going to be focusing on here because you know what really got me. Liking time name travel as a mechanic at all is a pet mentioned classic time travel stories. What's more classic than our nine thousand nine hundred eighty five or a have time traveling teenager morbid fly and back to the fricken future free thought about that earlier and then thank dropped out of my head? That's fair because I want to hold onto it Like from mechanic standpoint. It doesn't make that much sense because of you affected the past and it was all one time line. You'd be a having a media changes to your present self but you know what time works. Works on weird delays cool and yet it's the classic story of a boy traveling back in time and preventing his parents from now not banging not that yeah well falling in love Alex was. PG Thirteen here come on. His Dad was the paper. That's like steph actual salt but but like you know we we. We fixed George by the end of the movie. But like I know it's it's it's fun to it. It's is what makes time travel fun. That's the flex capacitor. Let's capacity although is anybody else here remembering John Molina's entire.

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"10 times" Discussed on No Story Is Sacred

No Story Is Sacred

14:55 min | 1 year ago

"10 times" Discussed on No Story Is Sacred

"To a mini. Episode of. No story is sacred. If you've never listened before where four siblings who grew up talking about the art of storytelling. Now that we're adults adults were still talking about it and we're inviting you to join the conversation. I'm Brendan and time is a circle. I'm Pepin and I've seen morlocks. I'm Alex and imagine four balls at the edge of a cliff the video game reference You fuckers I'm cat and I can't believe I'm the only one to do this but time. Turn time time. What has become of me? I thought it was see what's become of fuck year and I'm Brenton and time is a circle. I also trying to remember the line from The Prince of Persia. Why are you doing cutting travel time novels of troop? That happens a lot in video games really great mechanic teas so guys. This is a mini episode. Means talk about particular story which just no bullshitting about something we want to talk about. It sounds like we're talking about time. Travel Yeah today. We're talking about time travel and I thought it was appropriate because you know what guys. It's twenty twenty. This year is a leap year. Na Yep that means February's going to last even longer than normal that superstate months looking at it that way that's true. Wow in thinking of every birthday song like I'll cry if I want to. I was just remembering Thor Ragnarok. That's how well I am. which doesn't involve time travel but the NCAA now does yes? That was literally the best that was my. I appreciate shing it. I appreciate circular. Shenanigans am groundhog's Day both hoping to but we talk about does groundhog's UNHOOK stay count as time travel. It's a loop. Yeah well that's assuming loops count. It's all right. Does time travel require travel or does it Riccar just fucking with time. I generally can lump it into one big category. where it's time time? Fucker is is fair. The game I'm exact same phrase. That's the name of my nine next novel in Groundhog's Day that's Time travel fucks boomers character. Okaz Lake if you're in a loop you're essentially traveling back to the day before X.. Number for a time before. Yeah like. He's not voluntarily doing it. But it's happening and also it presupposes a particular kind of time time mechanics. which is that what you do? In the past affects the future as opposed to some time travel wall where let's say you end up in just alternating like yeah you go back to the past. It's not really your past. It's a slightly different variant variant alternate universes. So whatever you do back then doesn't actually affect your present. The first time I ever encountered encountered that mechanic was Michael CRICHTON novel Time Line. It was involving quantum whibley wobbly. But it's like yeah. You're go into a parallel universe that just happens to be X.. Number of years in the past so weird so there was actually a fantastic short story. By as somebody called Mozart and Muir shades where a corporation in the future is going back in time into slightly different alternate realities to mind the cultural Stuff from You know some. So for instance hitting up Mozart when he's like seventeen eighteen or whatever however it's it's a reciprocal back and forth so the people in that alternate past also being affected by these corporation people and busy doing their own fucking thing take like just a becoming a modern developed like developing a weird new way the and fucking over the corporation which I'm in favor. Of course I agree. Story is by Bruce Sterling and Louis Schreiner shining task now. Have you read a Hugo award winning novel to say nothing of the dog. I recently read. That one is that what is that that no I'd have not there. It involves a historians going back in time and mostly like the rules does the several today or is that yes. It's the past but like the timeline is always self-correcting alike except in the novel soups there are certain times. When it's not is not the way like modern doctor who works there are fixed points like no matter what you do? You can't fuck up. Those particular ones pays always going to happen. Yeah and like roses. Dad always dies or something. Yeah there's there's no fuck that person particular March one of my favorite jokes by the way. Yeah also I kept the the introductions I nobody else a mentioned booby while playtime. Meanwhile me style. Yeah Yeah I will go back in time and change. My name is Rose Tyler and this is how I died. We watch that because I think it'd be heartbreaking again. I think think I need to watch it as I am now as opposed to who I was when I first saw Ye. Yeah you know what I'm saying. Yeah 'cause sometimes stories hit differently at different stages of your life. Hey have you guys ever had that experience where you read something and you're like you know what there's something here that I don't think I'm getting now. Let me see this again. In like five years at something similar with a experiencing Lord of the rings so yeah sure meet more appreciation for it nor the rings right right now just hit differently. What with the world right now 'cause you know you you read or listen to sandwiches speech of a wire we still doing this. And because Sarah some things worth fighting for all my God or Frodo going. I don't want to do this in a I don't WanNa be a part of this Nobody wants to be That's not for us to say all we can do is work with what we're giving anyway. My point is the Lord of the Rings in Time Travel Story but Israel Great. Anyway it's good source material. The WHO and WHO's to say it doesn't involve time travel. We don't know that's true. I'm sure if we go into similarly and we can probably find some evidence of time fucker there because who knows clearly the answer is we have to tweet at Stephen Colbert and ask I amihai own fuck reading it ourselves now. I got time for that. Ain't nobody got time for that time. Time travel you guys man so yes we geeked about Time travel here for a good few minutes. What is at least favorite time travel story? Because that's always a big ask ask. Don't worry it's not GonNa Be Yours PIP dammit. You're prepared me. I'm the shit. What is my favorite time travel story? I it's a hard question but like yeah it's GonNa Curious Fair so Capco I so so my favorite time travel travel story is Connie Willis's doomsday book Twenty Wallis also wrote to say nothing of the dog yes goddamn way it might be in the same in universe historians yes wait what was the doomsday book. The book yet amazing. Okay so these are. We're historians in a very near future. who have figured out how to go? Travel back in time Yes it is self correcting but in this this case. It's this one set with their traveling back to a to medieval period show particular area is supposed to be a test of going there. Oh there's a young Grad student WHO's been working this entire time. She's been learning the language She's been doing all this research. And she's been really into the idea of getting to be one of those really hotshot Grad Students Grad students. US right into listening to this. I love you. I didn't mean that about you fucking note you did. There's whibley wobbly timey stuff. She ends up going back in time. And it's this amazing demonstration of how history history as we know it is just what was written down recorded and his as subject to the folk process as anything else so she goes back in time. It's supposed to be a safe area MITT supposed to be she supposed to know what the language is supposed to be. All really well recorded she shows up and it's it's not safe The plague is coming to town and and she can't do the language because it's not you. It's so weird amalgam that they just couldn't predict I mean they could if they thought about it. But no you still can't because it's people it's humans and there's all that meanwhile there's like a beep lot going on in the present time which is wild but basically it it is at at the at the core of it. It's a store leaving aside the mechanics. It's a story about the importance of people even even if they have bear no importance to history as a whole. It doesn't matter if their lives meant anything anything to the grand scheme every person's still important just because of who they are. It's a book that makes me. Cry Is the only book that makes me cry. Every time I read it so I don't know if you'll get quite as much of a kick out of a to say nothing of the dog. But they go back to the Victorian era. I would love to visit the the universe again. I had no. I knew that there were more but I didn't think about it. Think it's good. It took me a little while to get into it as as a as a reader but then when I got in at the end of the book now how did this happen. I'm invested now another Story Book in the Same Universe came out in twenty ten says of Wikipedia Damn blackout slash aucklander. See I've only read the one book and it like I think it's a Hugo winner ended nebula winner and this and to that. 'cause it's fucking amazing cool take pedia double checking all these things because the person legit. It's an interesting extra so Who wants to go next? Yeah I'm going to go to video games noise and talk about the legend of Zelda because of course I am You're you you're all are all y'all I that that's why I was late. Not that I've ever until it happens all the time but that's why I was leak those planes on track to the time. Oh my God I was climbing Jeff Mountain of me so in Akron Aachen of time. There's a whole entire you who sticks to earn in the past all you can get back of years or Ford seven-year Ursanne they and and and that we have a stable kind of luke returned to at least paradox because euler earn and something from the future and apply to the past six. Oh that's where that door is all I do like those on this. It was learning learning a song that you that you played from the guy that you play to and drove him insane insane and learn it as an adult because it's guys all the strongest stuck in my head for the rest of fiber. It's the fucking worst. It's stuck in my head for some those talk talk to me seven years ago and you're like seven years ago and teach them the song you just told you leaving the driving him crazy times and This nice and like but where did the Thong come from. Men Men Classic Time Paradox. Yea Oh my God. So you fuckers nice trick. Thank you the Foley artist. I have a music box. Take time for Christmas driven. You maritz true. We're all NERDS. What's center on heaviest Sir? Hey as then we have the immediate sequel to that game matures mask and in that that game you got three days to save the fucking world or you die everyone dies. There's a fucking fucking moons a fall off creepy ass man. Yeah and so what are you gonNA do. What are you GONNA do an exam sir? Just going to go back fucking time. Huddah try again. I know this one then..

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