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15-Vehicle Crash on an Alabama Highway Leaves 9 Children Dead
"People, including nine Children, are dead after Saturday's storms caused the highway pile up in Alabama. The Tallapoosa County Girls Ranch confirms one of its vehicles was in the crash. 18 vehicles were involved in the accident. None of the victims has been identified. Police have given few details on how the crash happened, but storms were moving through the state at the time of the
EU Lifts Restrictions for US Travelers, Vaccinated or Not
"European union is lifting. Its recommendation that member countries restrict travel from the us airlines have been pushing the eu to relax its guidelines ahead of the summer travel season. The us decision is non-binding individual european countries. Still have the final
Supreme Court in 7-2 Ruling Rejects Challenge to Obamacare
"Despite worries by Democrats that it might be overturned. The U. S Supreme Court ruled that the affordable Care act better known as Obamacare remains valid, rejecting a claim by a group of conservative states that a recent change to the law made it unconstitutional by 7 to 2 vote. The court said challengers did not have legal standing to sue because they did not make us strong enough showing that the law harm them in their descent. Justices Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch said the court should have taken the case and declared it unconstitutional. The law's challengers 18 Red States, led by Texas Urged the court to rule that Obamacare's requirement for nearly all Americans to obtain health insurance or pay an income tax penalty, known as the individual mandate was unconstitutional. And for that reason, they said, the entire law must be
China Launches First Astronauts to Its Space Station
"Yesterday. China successfully sent three astronauts or taikonauts to their tian module which will eventually become their completed. Tian gong space station. Nia haisheng bombing and tongue hongbo whose identities were kept secret until a press conference on wednesday will spend three months aboard the module bringing it into service and preparing it for the next phase of the space station's construction. It will be the longest crude mission by the chinese space agency to date the tian gong. Space station will end up looking. Like a big cross and will include crew quarters science labs and even a hubble class telescope when completed it will be a fifth of the mass of the international space station in china is open to having foreign on board to collaborate three more. Crude flights are planned to complete construction which is scheduled to be done sometime in twenty twenty two quoting the bbc. A fighter pilot nia haisheng. Fifty six is said to be china's oldest astronaut in space. He's a veteran of two previous flights which included a fifteen day visit in two thousand thirteen to the prototype station tian gong one this has since been de orbited his crewmates leo boming fifty four and tongue hongbo forty five are also from air force background lease earlier spaceflight experience was on the shenzhou seven mission in two thousand eight. That's all him participate in china's first ever spacewalk mr. Tung is the rookie on this occasion. Having never before gone into orbit and quotes in addition to landing a rover on mars last month china became the first country to send an un- crude rover to the far side of the moon in two thousand and nineteen while the us has been prohibited from working with china's space program for a passed by congress in two thousand eleven which is part of why china has to make its own space station because with the us leading the international space station partnership china therefore can't be a part of it. Nasa has been outwardly congratulatory of china's recent achievements with administrator bill nelson sane in a statement yesterday quote congratulations to china launch of crew to their new space station. I look forward to the scientific discoveries to come and quotes
Juneteenth Becomes a National Holiday
"June 19th is now officially of federal holiday. You're gonna see me dancing in the street. I tell you, I'm so happy. I don't know what to do. That's 94 year old Opal Lee affectionately referred to as the grandmother of Juneteenth. She's pushed for the day to become a national holiday for years, and now it is at a White House signing ceremony, Li described a momentous day of June 19th. 18 65 General Gordon Granger, um, made his way. To Galveston, with some 7000 colored troops they were from Illinois was in New York, and he had and Red General Order number three. That said that all the slaves were free for slaves in Texas. The news that they were free came 2.5 years after President Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation and two months after Confederate General Robert E. Lee surrendered at a town called Appomattox Courthouse, Virginia in signing the Juneteenth National Independence Day Act, President Biden said the importance of this day must never be forgotten by making Juneteenth a federal holiday. All Americans can feel the power of this day and learn from our history. Celebrate progress and grapple. The distance. We come With additions we have to travel because, says the president, this is not just a day of remembrance and reckoning. It's a time to repair racial divisions. This is his day profound in my view, profound weight and profound power. Day in which remember The moral stain the terrible toll. Slavery took on the country. And continues to take its also a day, says House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for
Ukrainian Police Arrest Multiple Clop Ransomware Gang Suspects
"And south korean police raids color klopp ransomware gang suspects. Six alleged members of the notorious klopp ransomware gang were arrested in raids carried out by ukrainian and south korean law enforcement who seized cash cars in several computers. The gang is known for targeting high profile companies including the widely publicized hack into defense contractor bombarded where klopp was able to obtain blueprints for military jet radar equipment claps resume also includes reportedly swiping details related to two million credit cards from south korean retailer. Eland and an attempt earlier this year extort infosec firm qualis trend micro recently noted that of the most notorious ransomware gangs klopp led the way with five terabytes of stolen data published online over one billion records belonging to cvs health exposed online on thursday website planet in conjunction with researcher jeremiah. Fowler revealed that an online database belonging to cvs health had no form of authentication in place to prevent unauthorized entry. The database exposed more than one billion records including. Cvs website visitor id's session id's search details in email addresses and yet another example of miskin figured cloud services impacting security. The researchers noted that these details could prove useful to hackers wanting to craft targeted phishing attacks as well as competitors who may be interested in. Cvs system search query data website planet privately disclosed the issue to cvs health who confirmed the database belonged to them and was managed by an unnamed vendor on their behalf. Public access was restricted shortly. Following the disclosure
CDC Eases Warning for Cruises, Recommends Only Fully Vaccinated Travel
"Just as cruise operators ramp up through. Us sailing's the cdc has lowered the travel alert for crews vacationers. The agency has downgraded the risk of cruise travel from level four which is very high to level three which is just high in the sticking by its original message to cruiser saying the cdc recommends that people who are not fully vaccinated avoid travel on cruise ships including river cruises worldwide. It goes on to say since the virus spreads more easily between people in close quarters aboard ships the chance of getting covid nineteen on cruise. Ships is high in the coming week. Several cruise ship operators will be conducting simulated voyages to test newly implemented health and safety
Caller Critcizes Biden for Gifting Hacking Targets to Putin
"I heard a statement from President Biden after his discussions with Putin today, and I was stunned by the statement. I can't believe any American president would say that other than possibly Woodrow Wilson, and I think there's a lot of comparison. He said. And I think I'm quoting and he said I presented a list of Putin of 16 targets that were off limits to Russian hackers. And I was stunned Mark. I mean, I know what President Trump's reaction to. That would have been, and I'd love to hear what your comments are. Yeah, well, what he did, then is he told him the top targets he ought to hit. That's number one. These are the 16 that are off limits. Okay, Those are the 16. We should hit then, right? Number two What happens to target number 17 18 and all the rest of them? He that you're exactly right. What he should have said is cut it out. We're going to hurt you. And I don't mean just Respond. I mean, we're going to hurt you. But he's a coward. That's Joe Biden. He's a coward. He is not going to do that. He'll surrender and he gave them the pipeline. For God's sake. Trump would have said that It's insane. Mark Donald Trump would've said there was one target. Anything that is affected that affects the U. S. It's Um economic or strategic interests. We will retaliate in kind or greater. What do you think Reagan would have done? I'm scared of. Yes, it's true Reagan would acted. Don't think Reagan would have said anything. He already would have hammered them. I don't either he would have done. He would have been done. Yeah. I mean, the thing would have been reported have been confirmed, and he would have taken action. That's exactly right. Well, we've got what we've
Dr. Robert R. Redfield Gives a Clue Supporting Wuhan Lab Leak Theory
"This virus evolved from bats into some intermediate animal but has yet to be found in an eventually evolved into humans and then basically became efficiently transmitted among humans and the other is that this virus actually Went from a bat into a laboratory where in the laboratory, it gained the ability to become un efficient human human transmitter and those are both to hypothesis. And I guess if I'm disappointed about anything about the early scientific community is that there seemed to be lack of openness to pursue both hypotheses. If you look at SARS The Stars went from bad specific cat, and it went in demand. But it never really learned how to go efficiently, man to man. And as we sit here today, there's been less than 10,000 cases of SARS in over 18 years when you look at MERS, which is another coronavirus went from bad to a camel and then from a camel to man and as we sit here today, It still hasn't learned how to go efficiently Human to human. We've had less than 4000 cases. Folks in some limited circles for the liberals listening, we would call that The clue. The clue. I know clues are tough for all the liberals so married to this is a natural virus. They have no evidence of that at all. I know this clue again is deeply disturbing to you, along with the double C G code. Clue. That is a code present in the coronavirus. The sight of seeing guanine guanine double bass. It hasn't yet been seen in nature and doesn't mean it doesn't exist in nature but hasn't been seen yet. Double C G. But it's in the coronavirus Covid 19, and where do we see the double C G. In lab work. Where gain of function. Researchers insert it so they can track
Lindsey Baum Murder: Cold Case Arrest for 2003 Rape Potentially Connected
"Case might be linked to the murder of Lindsay Bomb who disappeared from a clearly nearly 12 years ago. Several radios. Hannah's got has details. 10 year old Lindsay bomb disappeared as she was walking home from a friend's house back in 2000 and nine in 2000 and 18 Grays Harbor County Sheriff Rick Scott delivered the grim news. We've brought Lindsay home. We've recovered her now. Earlier this month, Grays Harbor sheriff's say they arrested a man in connection with a 2003 cold case. Rape with the help of genetic genealogy. Paul Beaker lived in McCleery in 2003 when a 17 year old was raped in that cold gaze. And now, investigators say, There's enough similarities between Lindsay's case and the 2003 case, but they're looking into a possible connection. The suspect was in McLeary the day Lindsay bomb disappeared. Our
"18" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"18 time of that gold Martinez, his third of the postseason, Theodore Reilly Smith getting the assist, and it was Vegas leading by a score of two to nothing. Then the Knights had themselves some great opportunities carry price was coming up huge throughout the Second period of play, and Montreal was able to get close and I set up by the Canadians off the face off one time. A written by Toffoli from that bump position kept off the far boards. Perry works it down Logan to fully fat rebound score for Cold Caufield, his first of the playoffs. Avoided the Canadian power play look efficient there and the first playoff goal of his career. The kid out of Wisconsin is first from Tyler Toffoli and Corey Perry at 12 05 to make it 2 to 1 in favor of the Knights. But Vegas came back. I got a fortunate bounce of the puck at taking advantage off the face off in a shot by tuck was tipped in by Matias landmark. His fourth goal of the postseason Tuck getting an assist, along with white Cloud at 12 58 Carey Price some more huge stops there, including one on captain Mark Stone. That really got everybody going out of their seats as well. But it's still of lead in favor of the Golden Knights 3 to 1 over the Montreal Canadians. After 40 minutes of play, the power plays the halves one for three. Vegas over four on the night. Carey Price, Marc Andre Fleury, both with some outstanding stops, but the guy is able to light the lamp more on the Vegas side. After 40 minutes, it's the Golden Knights three to win over Montreal in conjunction with NBC Sports, You are listening for the Family Cup semifinals on sports USFSA. Out streaming exclusively on paramount. Plus you and I are infinite when you've lived many lifetimes. What do I know that you need so bad? That's why you're here. To find out. The possibilities are infinite. We have fought one another four centuries. Hello, old friend Mark Walberg. Let's go. Know what man I like You this time around. Infinite. Rated PG 13 now streaming on paramount. Plus introducing in person payments from people a touch freeway for your customers to pay and tip whether you're a hot dogs under mustard. You.
The Real Story Behind The Don McGahn DOJ Subpoena
"Great website. Theresa Munro Hamilton reports that the Department of Justice under the Trump administration secretly subpoenaed information. And former White House counsel Don McGahn, a Democrat. Rep. Adam Schiff, it was leaked to The New York Times, of course, seem to be falling apart. There's no real spying allegedly took place. The story was written by Michael Schmidt. He's a hack Charlie Savage, a hack. Reported quote that the DOJ secretly subpoenaed Apple for personal information on again and his wife in February, 18. And then barred Apple from telling them about the reported move during that time period under a non disclosure agreement. The devil appears to be in the details here, and this may not be the breaking story. The media are apparently running with Schmidt tweeted quote New DOJ secretly subpoenaed Apple for personal info of Trump's then White House done council dime again and his wife in February, 18. The O. J. Bard Apple from telling them at the time, But three years later, May 21 Apple told them. It's unclear what investigation it was related to Clarifying an interesting tweet was then issued by Savage. The co author. Quote, Apple recently told Don McGahn, Trump's former White House counsel. That the Justice Department had secret collected data about his account of a February 2018 subpoena. Caution. You can't conclude from this fact them again was intentionally targeted. It began was not intentionally targeted. Then the whole story is evidently not what was purported to be, You understand, folks. That is for investigating a leak, and there's a whole bunch of people that they're looking into. They're not supposed to investigate a leak. Apparently, that's the case, particularly if it That benefits the Democrats and hurts the country. The accusations do not go into detail about the DOJ investigation. It's unknown what federal investigators were looking into. Even if McGann himself was their primary focus, or whether it was somebody had contact with Apple reportedly did not inform again what they had turned over to DOJ. Report did state that Apple received them again subpoena weeks after another subpoena was issue that was connected to leaks and the Russia probe. The subpoena involves records belonging to California Democratic representatives, Adam Schiff and Eric Swalwell. Again. The subpoenas were ostensibly an attempt to identify individuals who leak classified national security information. During Trump administration and were not specifically targeting shift. So they're throwing a
California Adds Vacation Incentive to Spur Vaccinations
"The governor also announced more incentives today to get people vaccinated. Starting July 1st. Residents aged 18 and up who are at least partially vaccinated are eligible to win a random, drawing the six different vacation packages in California. The winners will also get $2000 to cover travel
Hernández Hits 2 of Jays' 8 HRs in 18-4 Rout of Red Sox
"Tasker Hernandez belted a pair of three run homers over the green monster to the blue jays eight home runs in eighteen to four router the red Sox more games like the one that has today with six RBIs because that they don't want to pitch to bloody because it is more than on fire right now and I think they'd rather pay stormy flooding here Guerrero junior Bo Bichette orders Gurriel junior Cavan Biggio ready tell as a Marcus Semien also went deep a day after Toronto homered five times at Fenway Simeon ran his road hitting streak to twenty six games they should have four of Toronto's season high eighteen heads and Guerrero Hernandez and Gurriel each had three center Bogart's Bobby Dalbec homered for Boston I'm Dave very
Percentage of Americans Saying They'll Never Get COVID Vaccine Drops to 18%
Biden Hails May Jobs Report
"Because he's the smart math guy. He knows how this stuff works. Joe Biden today. Taken great. Oh, by the way is 400,000 jobs less than they thought it was gonna half. Yeah, but they still think. Hey, this is good. This is good. Right? Here we go. That means we have now created over two million jobs in total. Since I took office. Oh, more jobs than ever been creating the first four months of any presidency in modern history. Never done the store triple the rate of my predecessor eight times the rate of President Reagan eight times the rate of President Reagan for the Love agreed. This guy's on fire in four months is killing it. Loving. The unemployment rate is now below 6% for the first time since the pandemic kits since the pandemic. 1st 14 months. First time. First time in 14 months ago, 18 months we saw the largest decline in the number of long term unemployed more than more than an entire decade. The last 10 years
China Eases Birth Limits to Ease Demographic Crisis
"Let's talk about big big news in China launched with great fanfare as well, and it's a Leading the news there, apparently lots of lots of happy cartoon images of Children on CCTV, the main broadcaster on the news agencies, and so on. This is because China has announced a major policy shift to the current limits on couples having Children. A member. A few years ago, the notorious one child policy became a two child policy. Well. Now families can have three. This is off the back of recent data showing an 18% decline in birth, which is the slowest population growth since the early 19 sixties. Which kind of suggests that the two child policy didn't really have any effect. So what effect is the three child policy? Gonna have someone who knows all about this has spent years researching The family policies of the Chinese government, is senior lecturer at King's College London doctor yet knew who joins us Now, first off what's the motivation for the government of doing this other worried about a demographic problem in the future? Absolutely the two child policy on announced really quickly as response to the seventh population. Sensor data just mentioned that China has the most dramatic drop in birth rate for 18%. Scenes 2019, So this is a really kind of desperate attempt to dress Demographic crisis in the years to come.
Man Tackled, Banned After Running on Court During Wizards-Sixers Game
"The Wizards are gonna win this thing, it will be by the skin of their teeth were under three minutes to go. Dimitri and the Wizards. Now with 1 10 109 lead over the visiting 76 years of Philadelphia. This is game for MBA playoff series Round one Wizards down three games to none. So they gotta win or their season is over big production from Bradley Bill. He's got 26 points despite shooting three of 18 Russell Westbrook's got 16 points. 12 assists, 18 rebounds, dollars per tans and 15 points before he had to leave because of a calf strain. Six Your star player Joel and be left in the first quarter with the knee issue and knee injury and he hasn't played all game He's been out and the wizard trying to take full advantage again. 1 10 1092 28 left. In the fourth quarter. Philadelphia's up three games to none in this series, unfortunate incident earlier in the game of Fan tried to run onto the court was tackled by security. The word is this fan. It will be banned forever from Capital One arena and now is facing charges by D. C. Police
West African Bloc Suspends Mali Over Coup
"Leaders of the West African grouping Echo Watts have suspended Molly's membership from the block following last week's military coup, the second in nine months. Gardeners Foreign Minister Shirley A Yorker Bunch Way, told reporters that the block has called on Marley to nominate a new civilian prime minister immediately. To adhere to an 18 month transition period and to hold presidential elections next February. She said The decision of the group was twofold. To suspend Molly from Echo us, but at the same time work with a course to ensure that the transition is on track towards And gold, which is to return the people of money to democratic rule.
"18" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"18 months of living in a world of free flowing scientific information People like Bloomberg columnist Justin Fox are asking if we can really go back. I asked him to set the scene for us back in 16 65 when the first journals were emerging I mean, a couple of guys one in France and then somebody in London, and there was the journal Disc of on in France, and then the philosophical transactions of the Royal Society in London was The other one. And I mean the classic thing is, they're both still publishing. What were all these articles supposed to do? I mean, first of all, established who had a cool scientific idea, 1st 2nd to have some sort of quality certification. The modern pure view is relatively recent, but some form of certification like peer review existed all along. Another is sort of recording. What's the final version of the paper that everybody needs to remember? And another is getting the papers out to scientists who would be interested, and then the president, generally speaking, how do the publishers of scientific articles make their money? It really is almost entirely subscription fees that are paid by university libraries. In the old days where all these things were on paper, it made sense, of course. Somebody has to subscribe to get these paper journals. Now all these things were available digitally now, which has led to much more of a push to tea. Why don't we just do more publishing that anybody can read? The general business model for doing that has been to get the authors to pay to publish and in most cases again, depending on the discipline. It's like the universities where the author's work or the funders like the Gates Foundation are welcome Trust. Or that National Science Foundation that actually pay the fees. But that's how open access is mostly worked. You have to pay to publish in all of this scientific publishing. The authors of the articles never get paid. Even if it's in a subscription journal. Sometimes the editors are but not always. The authors are never getting paid. Moving towards Open access seems great for readers. But if the authors aren't well funded enough to pay to publish, doesn't that shut some of them out? It depends on the discipline in Areas that get lots of funding from the Gates Foundation from governments. It's not that big a deal to pay these publishing fees. They do get a little high in nature, which is one of the most prestigious scientific journals in the world. They had not allowed open access papers before, but they've been under pressure. And so they announced recently that they would start doing it. It costs €9500 a paper which I think is about $11,000. Which is a lot then you just get into fields like humanity's weather's very little foundation, funding our government funding. What generally happens there is they're just very relatively few open access journals or if there are they have to find some other way of financing it other than People having to pay fees to publish. Let's imagine. Perhaps you're in the global south, and you might not have that kind of funding at your fingertips. Because your institution just doesn't have the same resource is what would you be faced with in that scenario? You might be okay there, depending which country you're from, because there's this whole list of countries below certain income levels where most journals will waive the fees. I think there's a middle ground both in terms of countries and institutions where people are a little more stuff these types of businesses in some cases literally those businesses that began in the 17th and 18th centuries. They've persisted as you mentioned and they've thrived and they've consolidated. The point that some of them are multi billion dollar companies. Give us an idea of like, who are the big players today and exactly how big are we talking here? The biggest player is L severe. It's basically the most valuable media company in the world that isn't like Disney or Google or Facebook. It's worth more than News Corp aboard Discovery Ink or Thompson, Reuters tons more than something like The New York Times. $50 billion right now is the market cap number two is Springer Nature, Springer's of big German company That's been around since the 18 hundreds. I suppose that this is a good place for me to confess that I've actually seen the publishing machine from the inside. Because I worked for more than a dozen years as a news editor at Nature publishing group, which, as you say, ultimately became part of spring or nature or Springer nature going on. So I thought, Journal editors. I saw copy Editors. Web production staff A whole bunch of smart people like working really hard. My impression was that this kind of quality publishing takes money to keep the lights on. I think most people agree with that. One of the issues is the operating profit margin at L. Severe last year was, I think, 38% What's a comparison for that? What are other companies making Well, I mean Google, for example, they're operating profit margin was about 23% last year. It varies a lot by industry, and I'm sure there are other companies out there that make more money. But It's a very, very profitable business. OK, so we've discussed the legal path for open access. But there's also this like illegal path, right? Like could you tell me a bit about how the academic pirating platform Cy Hub fits into all of this? Well, there's sort of this priest story to it. And very sad one. Which is this guy? Aaron Swartz, who was at M I T started downloading big chunks of J Store, which is a nonprofit archive of papers. Mostly published by scientific societies and such not buy these for profit companies. It costs money to access you know, Jay Star tries to create is many possible ways around it as they can, but they've never been comfortable putting it completely open because they rely on fees from libraries just toe. Keep the lights on. So Aaron Swartz was at M I T he downloaded like most of J store with the idea of putting it open for everyone in the world to see the local U. S attorney decided to prosecute him for piracy and J store asked at all. Charges be dropped. The prosecutors did not and Aaron Swartz killed himself and that tragedy, I think brought a lot of attention to this whole thing. So Alexandra will back in a young woman in Kazakhstan around the same time. Started downloading articles from for profit journal's putting them online for anyone to download. There's a lot of people in academia, especially like grad students, or people with more tenuous connections to universities, so they can't Get in on all the subscriptions, but also just people who are working at home and don't feel like walking and all the things who will download papers from Saya and I think it's a real threat to all of the publishers. And because she's in Kazakhstan. No one has really been able to get her. Okay. So my last question. Do you think that covert 19 research papers are going to be free to read forever? I'll be very disappointed if they aren't. I mean, we'll see one of the things all along in academic publishing is the resilience of the old model has surprised a lot of people. 16 65. Yeah, there's 16 65. But also there was this famous article in Forbes in the mid nineties that was titled Redell Severe first Victim of the Internet. You know, it's the last victim in publishing event. It makes so much more money.
"18" Discussed on 60 Minutes
"But it tastes really bad going. They critique a body your personality your speech everything so would have liked to hear. This isn't bio- you're not a particularly good. Dentist is use devastating. She came into her own. On theater stages around the country scorching and illuminating were among the raves critics lavished on her early performances played. This house. I saw did despite foot surgery. Davis kept her november date with us at the ahmanson theatre in los angeles where she performed in the nineties. This is really cool. Oh man know the stage still feels her with all. What's the first thing that goes through your when you're on a stage it's the big rush of adrenaline. This theater has been dark for months now. Yeah to what extent do you worry about the performing arts. I worry about the performing arts all the time even before covid i know acting is not rocket science. I really do. But it's an art form and it has its place we need people to feel. We need people to know that they're not alone. That's what the theater does look sister. I don't want any trouble. The stage actress voltage a hollywood star when she stole a scene from meryl streep in the two thousand eight movie. Doubt it hurt my son to get away end with your son or the priest dealt. I am trying to do just family one for me. Was there added pressure playing alongside. Meryl streep what do you think in. You know. she's gonna bring her game so you have to match it. You just want to look like you belong in the movie. The performance remarkable is much for what holds back is what it reveals made such an impression. That streep lobbied for davis by name at the screen actors. Guild awards viola davis. My god. Somebody give her a movie. That must've not you over. I mean that must have my god. It was everything as big roles came. Her way. davis says she still felt stalled. She's been critical. Hollywood for providing too few opportunities to black actors and for assuming movies with black leads won't sell and even after you so call have made it. It's still a fight every single day and what we're fighting is african americans. Refighting the movie making business. That has already decided who you are. And how you're marketable. I could deal with you if you're just a part of the story but you're just a secondary part of the story. You're not the main focus you also feel better because that's the way understand. Why davis is unmistakably the main focus of her latest film. Even if the character she plays doesn't get top billing on histories call sheet. There wasn't a lot of material on this woman or not too many photographs. This is one probably the best known one. I love this one. I love this picture. Because i'm always wondering who is she. Who is she really beyond the gold teeth beyond the s. You see in this. What do you think. She was a combination of a woman from her time period. Which is right in the smack dab in jim crow feeling worthless but at the same time knowing who she was deep inside during this most unusual award season davis has had to make her various red carpet walks from her backyard. And the actor goes to. She accepted the screen actors..
"18" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"18 times too Drunk 17 times. Eyes that all do you think about 83 times? Yes. Every day like, okay, It's funny. Maybe Katie, you've been rejected before. I guess, right? Yes. But I think it's okay. It's built into the society that it's kind of funny when the woman rejects the man, although it crushes us, especially if we're ready to go. You're standing there with him, and it's like I was gonna wait for that to go down. And there's like by yourself in the in the bed facing the other way Billion Katie, but you don't usually turn down bed. He said ever, don't you down, right? Yeah, he has before. What is a king? I know he goes and does whatever he wants everything. The weekend all day long goes and travels. He loves it when he hears this, By the way, he loves him. No, no, no. Hey, hey, goes to golf every single weekend. Travels for his job and goes out to probably dub are gods there, too. Then he's gets so met sex at home. He rejects. His wife said that I think about that. Amazing How many times did you all say you did it? Katie a week. Oh, a week. It's it fluctuates so much because we go sometimes where we don't and then we go where it's like all the time. On average, probably two times a week. If I'm averaging it out, all right? He has a whole of fame in Asheville. They deal with you. It's always like her fun wife out of town. You don't do any of this stuff. Yeah, but I do think for When man reject women. It's like, Oh, my. How could you do that? Yeah, yes, but to a man, It's like off course, right. He wants it all the time. Assimilating the especially if you're around it, just like Especially the kind of talked like, Yeah, we'll do it later. And then they don't Well, Jared how? How if you could do it as many times as you want it to look, I've got to get to the car. Turn it down. How many times would you do it A week would be every day or every other day once we I would six days a week and then rest on the Sabbath. Seriously, I think I think four times a week just to have like a little bit of brakes. Was Kam excited just like you were talking about in Cancun. You see the boobs everyday? Is calling desensitize. Yeah, But although I do keep reading articles that say, the more you do it again. Let's see you. It's been a while you start doing it, and sometimes it's like, slow and then also you start doing it more. You start wanting it more. I could read our articles about that. How about you, Matt? We know you're not doing a lot. You'd be a lot thinner but go ahead. That is true. Should burn more calories. Really? That would be great. How many times a week would you want to? And how many times do you um Right now. Two, maybe three times a week. Do you want that? We are that you are. Yes. He's utterly crushing it. I don't spend a whole lot of time in that position to crush E. Can't. She just feels more comfortable that way. Um, I would say, I would say maybe four or five. You know, it would be one of those things you would want. I kind of agree with Jared. If you did it every day. You'll just be like, I guess it's time. Within there some days. And maybe, you know if you're in the mood, maybe don't more than once. There you go. Yeah, Yeah. Yeah, I say 45 about you, Jason. I know you don't do anything in Mexico. No, not. Um, I would. I definitely don't want it every day. Um, I have some reasons for that one, because I think The way the body Does itself it has to rejuvenate and it because it's a better not because it's just desensitized, but it builds up. Let's say on and everything's much better at the end the end result. My goodness, Did you see what you're saying? S so I know you're doing? No, no, I know how you're completing. No. No, that's how do you know? Because the end result when you wait. If you wait a couple days, the end result seems to be better benefits Every day. I got you something more explosive. I'm saying, I guess. Yeah. Power. Yes, Yes, yes, but if you wait too long, then it's like It's like being the last gonna be short. Yeah, You will be down in a minute. Before you go so slow. That's a natural or what are you doing? I'm thinking about like that with maggots coming out of it. What? I have to think of the hundreds place. I don't know. Thinking of family. Your church. Uh, Jason been so many times. Are you doing it now? A week totally fluctuates, but not as much as we should. It's definitely less than when than ever before, I would say, what is it? I would say in the last week Um, if you count Mexico and the week before that Mexico is not there. So zero, but that was five days. But I think it was two days after that. I think I don't remember. So one or twice, one or two times. Yeah, maybe one lately trying to build it up more. Making an effort doesn't seem to be working. Yeah, I think I'm gonna be late for your effort. It depends on my behavior. I know. Yeah. I wouldn't sleep with you either. Really? Mine is my half the time. Average, huh? Because there might be twice a month. I mean, because of the pregnancy is the only one of you enjoys it before. Well, that's always been the case before the pregnancy. How much was it? Oh, my gosh, is probably three or four times a week. And now after, See, it just makes another case of not wanting to have kids. That's it. Done? Well, yes. If you know if a guy knows like You're going to be able to have kids that are gonna completely distract you when you want to do it. Also, your wife's probably not gonna want to do it much after her pregnancy, Maybe, maybe even during the pregnancy. Could you have poked the head and maybe even six months later? Doesn't sell very enticing. I can't see men using that as an argument not to, but then you then when you have the baby, you're like, Wow, This is the greatest thing ever. I mean, awesome after like the first month, first month. I'm not really into it. But there's nothing you can do. I can't anything like sitting over your life. You're feeding again. I'll sit over here, like.
"18" Discussed on Technotopia
"I think it has a potential to turn us into one of the lowest cost producers of lithium in the world and right now we're getting ready for bulk sampling to take out a bunch of material from the salt lake. Run it through. The process understand the economics and then growing into a mining operation in the near term. I think what a lot of people don't necessarily get or think about with the mining industry is you guys. Have massive infrastructure costs correct in terms of getting bodies machines electricity. As you mentioned water to these you know often really remote kind of desolate locations. I mean that's a big part of it isn't it. That's true in a lot of locations. One of the reasons. I moved from vancouver canada down here to Mexico i live in a place called zack. Tekes and anzac attack is the hot bed for mining of silver In the in in the world ten percent of the world silver comes from the state of zapotec and why that happens is because it's infrastructure rich there's roads everywhere there's power everywhere for example we can drive to one of my projects on paved road and then five hundred meters off the road. So you know four four hundred yards off. The road is where we're looking for a deposit and the lithium's large. You can the what we call him. Solarz that that's a salt lake. You can drive right up to him and you can drive across one of them. When i first came down here we draw for like fifteen minutes at about forty miles an hour across and that was even the widest is part of the salt lake wells. Yeah so it's an it's it's is it structure rich area which brings your costs of producing whatever you try and to produce down dramatically. We're not up in the andes where it's remote or up in remote parts of australia are remote parts of canada. We have road access to everything. Let me ask you how is this. How does lithium the numbers compared to gold at the moment what is it. What does it cost you to get. You said seven thousand and time on a on lithium compared to goal these days. What your gold costs. Where goal costs are are kind of similar. You know depending on where the deposit is and the grade of the deposit you see. That's what people like. Alon mosque. And i think a lot of people in the technology. A lot of people in the world don't really understand. is that you know. There's a cost to get this out. There's a cost to make your own. There's a cost to make your electric car and dot comes down to grade cost the producing and what on my goal is. I think that we could be under half of the average world cost of producing lithium or even lower because we have other minerals in our deposits that are quite needed. Potassium for example. If you wanna grow anything you need potassium. Y'all need on and We ha- we have high grades. Potassium and borough onion. That will help. See if you're you could use your your profit from your potassium in your boron to help bring down your average cost.
"18" Discussed on Technotopia
"Welcome back to tech hygiene the podcast. Thank sane on the internet and today show. We have a special guest. But i i want to welcome our very special friend. Martin feldman welcome. Lauren how are you john. I'm super house. Your house your. Nf teas are you nf. Teeing i'm nf teeing like a madman. I'm disappointed that. I couldn't by alonzo music but i guess another time. Non non fungible stewardess right thing. Non non fungible suresh. Yeah no yeah. Well ilan pulled his nfc. So it's for for all those who aren't in the know elon. Musk put up an f. T. of a of a trophy that featured Like a car and a moon in like a bunch dogs and it was spinning and then he also did like some kind of like techno stuff and a lady was saying. Nfc's our future and he wanted to sell this from an already. Went up to a million dollars before as a magnanimous ruler. That he is. He pulled the auction and And that's the end of it. I like how he has to compete against his mother of his child. The you know he's not. I don't i don't i don't wanna get into eland. We spend too much time. I know rights to easy so instead of eland bring on. let's introduce them allen. Barry lob uconn welcome to the show my friend. Thank you for having me so allen In the in the Vein of transparency. Allen is a client of mine. Alan is the ceo of a publicly traded company on the toronto exchange advanced gold and what advanced gold knows. Is there a mining company. They might gold. They mined silver. They have some minds down in mexico. Which is where. Alan is now but they recently made a big move into lithium john. Do you know lifting miz john It's a it's a pill that you take. If you're if you're depressed is not a thing that that is correct. That is what lithium is. It's also a mineral. That's going to power all of ilan's cars that so. Is it going to power every i want to answer the so so lithium lithium say fairly rare metal right. It's difficult it's difficult to acquire. Let's say yeah. Let's let's start with that out. What what is lithium. Well not according to our friend law. Moscow is a big user of lithium batteries for his cars. He says there's so much lithium that he's going to get it out of their easily as could be but you know i. I you know just having listened in to you guys early introduction there into lithium by far the biggest uses in batteries. What in this big move towards cleaner energy batteries are crucial for electric cars. computers and You know really if you wanna move to solar win. Uranium power battery technology era. Electric batteries are crucial. Because you can't win the wind's not blowing. You still want your energy when the sun's not chinese still want your energy When uranium power he gotta get.
"18" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast
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"18" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast
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"18" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast
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"18" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast
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"18" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast
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"18" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast
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"18" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Talk business with the financial analyst and broadcaster Louise Kipper Good Morning to you Louise Morning we've been talking about Boeing and flight but of course, public transport networks on the ground also in trouble. Yes. So we're all working from home. We're not taking trains or buses or tubes, or trans and owners of public transport whether they're private companies whether they governments aren't getting the ticket for revenue the fair revenue from that and it's collapsing, and in fact, we don't really know when it's ever gonNA come up. Even if we all go back to working in the which is probably unlikely for the time being social distancing rules mean that most of these can only operate at fifty percent capacity. Best so you know what happens what's happened so far is governments have put huge amounts of money into these organizations said the French government for example, is half the price of freight because they're hoping freight to take up the slack left by the lack of people in Germany, Deutsche is already got two billion dollars of. Government cash, and in the UK it's costing the UK government to support the private train operators that run these services about a billion dollars a month. The big issue is how long can this go on for and here in the UK is deadline of Sunday. The current deal where the government is propping up these private train operators to the tunes of a billion dollars a month. The deal comes to an end and what many fair is a lot of these private train operators will just say you know what we're handing back the contract we don't want to run this operating business. We don't want to run this train service. Until we know what the future holds because we're liable for the losses for it. They will ready was too big crisis on in how we run our railways here in the UK. And already before this because of worries about the service loss-making train operating companies, etc.. And essentially what what this means if these train operating companies, private companies hand the services back to the government is it means nationalization. So he went through privatization thirty years ago and everybody forward. Thatcher thought. This was the way to let private companies run public services, and here we offer two years. Later we get, we get a massive crisis and actually. We reversing that hope has Asian and we're going to rail nationalization good news. Some European countries who never really embraced the whole privatization concept but we find out on Sunday what happens but the this is a crisis for public transport all across the world, and they really isn't an onset of huge amounts of government subsidy. And for those not taking public transport and getting into their cars will there are also problems here with comic and the new e you emission targets? Yes. The EU has published. Its Policy Paper is made public and essentially what the e you were saying we need to be much tougher with our emissions targets so. We've got to reduce COX emissions by fifty, five percent from nine, hundred, ninety levels while the previously panned forty percents so much harsher emissions targets, and of course, who is know the Punto that the car industry European currency, which is already kind of inquests. It's anyway because of the ALETSCH electric cars, autonomous self driving cars caught car-sharing APPs, right hailing APPs, the scandals over. So many of them cheating emissions targets I mean those are still going on in. America. The legal cases is still going on America massive fines being. So I if it's not bad enough and also remember the car industry in Europe, employs millions and millions of people, and so unsurprisingly, the European car industry is pushing back to the regulators to the politicians very hard and saying, will you know if you want us to do this? We need much more support much more incentive much more help to to make this transition this magic, it's going to be a large fight waiting to happen. Now, let's turn to the European travel industry because of course, that's incomplete disarray to. Social Gina We've canceled less some holiday taste and we did have an October half term holiday. The Cooper Jones family had oft holiday planned. It's to the Netherlands. Of course, he can't do that because it's quarantine on your rival back. So we thought we could switch to Germany. When we thought we love Germany my son's learning German. We could go to Germany we all desperate to get away with desperate to spend our money I pound into euros in the tourism industry with desperate to give her a German tourist industry out money. And this is the case for many people. The trouble is the we can't really go to Germany and less we've been tested because of they want us to quarantine absolutely of course, Jeremy doesn't want me in that country unless they know I'm so free and this is the problem we know people. WanNa get away. We know that we've got they've got money to spend the. Tourism Industry is massive in Europe ten percent of e you economic output is generated by tourism twelve percent of the workforce cost the EU in some way shape or form work with in tourism or tourism related sectors. This is tens of millions of jobs are being crushed. I'm want the group who got together for the tourism industry has written directly to the European Commission. President. Settling tens of millions of jobs are at risk you need to do something. What we really don't want is quarantine. What we've got to see is far better coordinated action across countries and testing testing testing testing. Frankly somebody desperate to get out full wolf particularly as as restrictions are coming back to the e back to the UK and particularly. because. We've been knocked down since March. Know, I sort of I I couldn't agree with the more we want to spend our money. Please allow us to. Yeah well. We need to look at the headlines Today to see that testing certainly in this country. We tried and tried to test in this country. My son is going back to school. He's got the SNIFFLES. Well, there's a surprise Georgina of course, children get the sniffles and a little bit of a cold when back to school because they will meet each other and it's a bit colder and we couldn't get test. We can try for three days and in the end the said, don't worry. He's just gonNA benefit colden sniffle he hasn't got a coffee's fine. Finally Louise One and two P coins just. Stopped. So this is really interesting. So this is what about the decline in the use of cash the National Audit Office looked at how we spend money and we knew already ten years ago cash was used in sixty percent of transactions, but last year that phones to thirty percents. So it hauled. Since lockdown. So for March to April. The National Office estimates that cash use fell over seventy percent. So we're now looking at cash use collapsing here the like. So many things the covert crisis has accelerated a trend that was there anyway. So we've got things like ATM's disappearing and what this does is leave older and lower income people particularly vulnerable because they're the ones to use cash. Now. So anyway so what they've said he's seventy one hundred coins to make any for ten years. The last time you used one or two. Remember the other fantastic piece about this report which I loved is the fifty billion pounds has gone missing these banknotes right and they said little is known of the remainder. They just don't know somebody overseas people are putting under their mattresses or it somehow in what they call the shadow economy that's the non-tax-paying but I love his fifty billion pounds of UK banknotes some just go missing how extraordinary let's hope one of US finds. A Louis thanks very much joining us is the globalist or monocle twenty four..
"18" Discussed on Last Day
"I think so many people think that. Oh Gosh if I just get sober all is good now. I wish wish it was but it's not like every day every night wanting to kill myself for two and a half years. How did did you? How did you get through that without using? I mean big so how I got through that without using is I knew what using then got me. I didn't know what suicide would offer me. I was prepared to call my children and and tell them I cannot. I just can't do it anymore. Oh man it's sad to think about Wilma in the state especially considering her own childhood experience with a parent who died by suicide just like addiction. Level of depression doesn't play by the rules of logic. You don't want to go down this path but you're not in control of it and this is a really good time to mention that if you or someone you love is dealing with suicidal thoughts you are not alone. There are links to the International Association for Suicide Prevention along with other resources in our show notes so please check them out and you can always call the national suicide. Hi Prevention Lifeline. At one eight hundred two seven three eight two five five. And if you're dealing with these emotions and recovery will make can tell you firsthand first-hand you're not the only one there's a lot of people in sobriety that suffer was suicidal thoughts. I mean a lot of us. Probably the majority Jordy have experienced childhood trauma. I mean it's just so complex and the work is really tough. That's the thing doing the work can be brutal but so worth it. This brutal work started at the refuge. But it wasn't enough. It wasn't sustaining. She needed a long term treatment option. We've talked a lot about medication. Assisted Treatment for addiction. Well recently Wilma heard about another kind of MIT. So I fortunately in believe it or not. My sister messaged me with a link to a podcast about Ketamine Ketamine so I listened to it and it just sounded like something that I really needed. Because what happens when we're depressed or when we experienced trauma it affects those parts of our brains and they're just not able to function efficiently so I founded founded a ketamine clinic in Washington and I went for some infusions and after my first infusion the suicidal thoughts were gone on gone. My Gosh I had been suicidal for two and a half years. The thing about ketamine is that you have to continue to do it. I'm in it's really expensive. My sister actually paid for my first round of infusions. And so what I've done since then I I followed up with a nasal spray. I go to a clinic in Portland. which is two hours away? However I have committed to saving my life and so I've make drive up there? I started with twice a week. So it's about a six hour ordeal and she's not taking that six hour journey alone. She has to Robin Friends. Because you can't drive after ketamine infusion but it worked for me it has been beyond effective and being able to continue therapy and and work in the field of addiction and beloved. Like I'm loved. It's like kind of like the stars aligning or something. Can you know. It's just really good. It's just really good.
"18" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Unlike drugs meets sing has been very clear about that Our Party position has been clear and we stand by that and the clarity would be what would what was the position the Trans Mountain pipeline I stuck in this cycle of boom and bust variance out there I'm going to say can't pay well but what if they can't pay their mortgage now what does he do the job that won't be in this boom and bust cycle and that they won't feel that deep insecurity and instability about all right Ms Ramsey I know these are are the final days of a very close very interesting campaign so I thank you for making the time for us thank you so much Tracy Ramsey is an MVP candidate vickery bowls made her message clear on night's program quote we have obligations to protect free speech UNQUOTE MS Bowles is Toronto City Librarian this week the Toronto Public Library is defending its decision to rent out space for an event featuring Megan Murphy Vancouver based writer known for her opposition to legislation protecting transgender rights despite pushback from critics vickery bowls is standing firm and after our interview many of you wrote to say that you stand with her Joanna Meazza wrote I applaud the Toronto Public Library for standing up for the principle behind the practice of free speech it is difficult to honor this principle when the message does not align with our convictions increasingly public libraries are becoming the institution who help to protect freedoms of speech and what we can read and magazine wrote the fact we'll have horrible ideas does not justify denying them the right to speak that sort of an approach is dangerous for society if we let people with horrible ideas speak we can at best help them change their minds and at worst figure out how to protect ourselves against them others disagreed on facebook Jason Ramsey wrote this is not uh-huh protecting free speech it's about protecting people the free speech argument is a red herring the librarian fails to see the bigger picture finally Monica Vinh asked I wonder how many of the people defending free speech have been called a slur from a passing car or had to vote on whether they should be allowed to have rights others have debates on the existence of other people are dehumanizing and help normalize the violence against people who are already vulnerable thank you to everyone who out you can find us on twitter and facebook both at CBC as it happens our email is ah at CBC dot C. and you can always call talk back at four one six the two zero five five six eight seven.
"18" Discussed on Conversations With Russ
"And frail compared to that comparison. Right if you think about it. Hippopotamus and elephant. Just do yourself a favor if you're listening right now online. Just google pitcher of hippopotamus in an elephant is says that it's tail moves like a cedar Cedar trees are known to grow over ninety foot. Tall especially ancient cedars ancient. Cedars were said to grow up over one hundred and thirty two possibly two hundred and fifty feet tall. If anything's tale moves like a cedar it does not look like a hippopotamus for elephant and elephant. Up right now hypnosis. Pretty pathetic possibly a crocodile but as you know Just look at steve irwin. Yeah not afraid of a crocodile but you take something like a pat a source brackish source. Something that you can't penetrate with spear or a or narrow and that has a tale that's possibly over twenty foot long. That reminds me of a cedar. So that's pretty popular and with that in mind about like the crocodile in that whole scripture. It says his bones are are tubes of bronzes limbs are like bars of iron so if that was just the crocodile eventually you would find a dead crocodile and realize that that's not the the structure of their bones even if you're being metaphorical there right. You wouldn't describe their bones as iron if it was no different than any pretty much. Any other bone interacted with and plus fossils have been discovered a some huge bones as well. That's correct around the world that's correct around the world now. I know a lot of people have issue with fossil data and also to the archaeological findings of like the smithsonian. There's conspiracy theories out there that believe the smithsonian covers everything up and doesn't really tell us the truth about anything regardless we know that fossils are real in fact. I actually found fossils in my backyard of fossils. Here in burlington we had shale rock garden and One day i was reading..
"18" Discussed on Conversations With Russ
"Part of other faith systems has had their their god die at also raised from the dead show himself to so many different witnesses and so one of the major things if not the the major thing is the deity of christ and the resurrection. Yeah in the history of that. I mean there's no other historically. That'll already would've used why we invited matt. I can't even spell it but let talk no other. No other event in history has ever been proven so well And that's oracle fat historical fact not just biblical and that would demand the life from the i witnesses. Yeah i mean these. These men were willing to die for this and it and it goes to say that we look at of a older the things that we look at that shows like historical figure that we really really believe in is alexander. The great alexander the great on he. We have two main articles or whatever you wanna call em from back. Then that really lay out what his life was. And we take those two pieces of litter and say this man was true because look what people wrote about them and those things were and i want to say it was like three hundred years after he was alive and the entirety of the new testament are the things that we know about. Jesus was written just seventy years after the death of jesus and so we take these things so historically true for alexander the great in three hundred years and we say this is sort fact but people have a difficult time consuming. The idea that after seventy years. How can this possibly be true about the accounts that these men had about. Jesus when there was less time for all these different screw ups to happen and there are more manuscripts that compared to one another Showing the accuracy of these texts from their original original manuscripts and everything. And you know what we've really got progressively everybody exactly a but we got to bring this down to. The resurrection is a historical fact. It's a biblical fact. But but we're not all about historical and theological facts. We we've experienced the resurrected christ man and that that that because you know what we could you know. Ruben could read what alexander the great said. And we can take you to to how many people saw jesus into his the historic city behind it. All the theology behind it up at the greatest thing about the resurrected christ is that we experienced his life today right and all the facts and all the theology and all the history and the world doesn't change. Somebody's life but when you really embrace the truth of jesus and proclaim his lordship and receive his saving grace. The bible says that that the same power that raised jesus from the dead. The holy spirit's power comes and comes for or not a visitation but a habitation in our hearts and the greatest proof of the resurrection is not history or theology but the we experience the living christ in our lives. And that's that that's that's the biggest game changer. Ever that's right so we got there. We go are you ready for the begins now. Okay with that was big one. We're gonna go to the big one now with we've had so many people wanna talk about dinosaurs. I love and go man. I'm glad you do okay. So we we've we've all got something to pitch on this but yeah what's the question so i guess the fought here is that we've been talking about christian living for the last.