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Raiders Rule Josh Jacobs out for Sunday's Game vs. Steelers
"All right. Big news involving the raiders. Jon gruden announced running back. Josh jacobs out for the game against dealers. Not that big of a shock okay. He's got a toe injury. It could linger. You need to make sure this is okay and take care of it kenyan. Drake was signed for this reason. And i mean drake is going to have to go up against this incredibly tough defense. I wonder is the number going to jump. maybe not. it's six and a half already. It's still six and a half and now now it's it's jus to the steelers now it's one fourteen at fan duel. It's six and a half miles one. Fourteen six and a half plus one. Oh six on the
Minnesota Vikings DE Everson Griffen in Concussion Protocol After Car Accident
"The vikings have already ruled out four defensive players. Anthony barr christian. Dare sell everson griffen and harrison hand everson griffin in concussion protocol rich. Because he got into a car accident on thursday swerving to miss a deer on the way to work on the way to the facility. Likings are in trouble.
3 Chinese Astronauts Return to Earth From Budding Space Station
"Have returned safely to earth. After spending ninety days in space they lived aboard the first portion of a space station. China is building on its own. China was excluded from the construction of the international space station. The us objected to the chinese military secrecy and military backing space efforts. I'm korva
Yanks Toss It Away in 9th, Fall to Hays, Orioles 3-2 in 10th
"The Yankees lost their hold on the two AL wild card berths by losing to the Orioles three to two on Austin Hays RBI single in the bottom of the tenth New York led to wanted to reliever clay Holmes threw a wild pitch past Gary Sanchez with two out in the ninth allowing Kelvin Gutierrez to score you're one pitch away their and try to go the the comeback sinker away I think I just got a little bit too much around it didn't really come back in a little bit of a game it happens your Yankees starter Jordan Montgomery struck out a career high twelve and allowed one run on six hits over five and two thirds Joey Gallo hit his thirty fifth Homer of the season but the yanks fell a half game behind Toronto and Boston in the wild card battle I'm the ferry
Anti-Republican Jimmy Kimmel Gives Larry Elder a Shout Out
"Even jimmy. Kimmel incidentally gave larry elder some credit. Here's cut twelve jimmy. Kimmel is an republican anti conservative anti-trump one of these late night comics. That has stopped being funny because all they want to do is rip us. And i'm sure he did plenty of attacking larry elder. There's been such a smear campaign against larry. It's kinda hard to believe but here was jimmy. Kimmel giving kudos to larry elder for his gracious speech the night that it was announced. The governor shen held onto his job yesterday. gavin newsom didn't not win. He didn't get fired. Not even close. He trounced the clown car full of candidates for running against him. The cost to our state was about three hundred billion dollars. Which i think is the third most expensive dinner at french laundry. Ever republican vote-getter radio host. Larry elder was surprisingly. Gracious in defeat accepted the results of the election. I forgot what it was. Like to see a republican. Do that but Every once a while you see a chicken fly and you're like oh yeah they're birds. Yeah we republicans. Were never gracious. Gracious is my middle name. I'm always gracious jerk.
The Apple Watch Series 7 Is Here
"Joining us is our resident wearable guru scott stein. Welcome scott. hey thanks router so. The apple watch com got buried underneath the attached for the new iphone thirteen. And that's natural. Most folks are going to gravitate towards the phone. But it's notable because it actually got a redesign. How is the series. Seven different from previous innovations. Well it's weird because all the rumors have been pointing towards something really big in terms of the design. And what we got was not a big redesign. It looks mainly got a larger screen. Which happened with the series four. So it's another bump up in reducing the basil's it curves a little around the edges which is interesting for apple because they don't really play with that much but we've seen things like that and other devices otherwise it looks exactly the same and then all the claims after that are about things like durability in faster charging what were your initial impressions It doesn't seem like you were that impressed. No i totally was not impressed. I was pretty letdown for me. It's that it looks like apple. Knows they have a successful product and they are kind of sitting a little still with it and to. I miss the days. When wearables experimented more. I think that the landscape right now is is looking at a lot of new Health tech and sensors samsung's galaxy watch for the pit sense. Admittedly a lot of these may fall flat. And you know they're weird body analysis. I don't need that The stress sensor. But i also think apple's behind on things like sleeps sleep tracking Being able to maybe pull more with the optical heart rate sensor temperature which could be used potentially for competitors do things like wellness readings and readiness scores. So yeah let down
Southwest China Earthquake Collapses Homes, Kills at Least 3
"An earthquake in southwest China was damaged at least thirty five buildings and killed at least three people Chinese state media says that the quake in Szechuan destroyed homes besides the deaths dozens have been injured the magnitude six quake struck in the early morning and was around six miles deep with an epicentre around one hundred twenty miles southeast of Chengdu the provincial capital rescue workers have been going door to door in heavy rain searching for people in damaged homes with well because distributing mooncakes a traditional treat for next week's mid autumn festival and all the food at shelters I'm Charles the last month
Urías Wins MLB-Leading 18th, Dodgers Beat D-Backs 5-3
"The Dodgers beat the Diamondbacks five to three to make it six straight wins Julio yes one five innings and gave up two runs he picks up win number eighteen that's the most in the major leagues Max Muncy hitters thirty fourth home run and Gavin looks at a pair of RBI singles Arizona's Christian Walker hit a solo Homer Meryl Kelly took the loss he dropped to a record of seven and ten Kenley Jansen got the save his thirty third mark Myers Los Angeles
Cardinals Power Past Mets 11-4 for 3-Game Sweep
"The cardinals have completed a three game sweep with a convincing eleven to four win over the Mets Harrison better known or not Paul Goldschmidt ended mondo Sosa homered for St Louis which continues to own the second NL wild card position better says they're playing some of their best baseball when it matters most all I know is where to stand in the pocket and plan our game on all sides of baseball you know we know our schedule in front of us we know how tight these games are and how close the race is but you know I've been in the day if we don't take care of you know what we got take care of you know for nine innings on any given day it really doesn't matter Tyler o'neill laced a two run double that sparked the Redbirds five run first off loser Tylor Megill winning pitcher Jon Lester allowed two earned runs and six hits with seven strikeouts over six innings I'm Dave Ferrie
Gardner's 2-Run Single in 9th Lifts Yankees Over Orioles 4-3
"The Yankees pulled out a four three win over the Orioles on Brett Gardner's two run single off Tyler wells in the ninth inning obviously you don't want to be in a situation where it's the last inning you're you're down a run or two but you know you you want to be up there with the game on the line and obviously you know I feel like I've been having pretty good at bats recently and see in the ball well Carter also scored a G. over shell S. two run Homer in the third inning of new York's fourth win in five games since a seven game skid Nestor Cortes was sharp in a no decision for the Yankees limiting the Orioles to one run and three hits with eleven strikeouts over six in the third the Yankees remain tied with the red Sox and blue jays for the two AL wild card positions I'm Dave Ferrie
Bichette HRs, Drives in 5; Ray Fans 13 as Jays Beat Rays 6-3
"The blue jays are thirteen into this month after Bo Bichette and Robbie ray led them to a six three victory over the rays bishop put Toronto ahead to stay with a three run Homer in the first inning just trying to be aggressive put my best swing on in I mean he threw the same pitch earlier just a little bit lower than the next summer as I was able to get to it so yeah just a good swing he also finished with five RBIs adding a sacrifice fly and an RBI single raised twelve M. five after striking out thirteen and holding Tampa Bay to a run and four hits over seven innings lowering his AL best ERA to two point six four he took over the ale strikeout lead and blank the alias leaders until Mike Zunino homered in the fifth inning I'm Dave Ferrie
Anthony Mackie to Star in ‘Twisted Metal’ Live-Action Series
"Anthony mackie is to star john doe in the live action twisted metal. This is justin kroll at deadline. After recently being named the next captain marica anthony. Mackie looks to a found his next juicy role to sink his teeth into sources tell deadline that mackey is set to star in and executive produce sony pictures pictures television and playstation productions twisted metal a live action adaptation of the popular video game. Maquis will play the lead role of john doe in the half hour live action tv series. Insiders say that sony tv in playstation productions are extremely high on the package and plan is in the works to take it to buyers soon. We're thrilled to have anthony. Mackie on board his ability to blend a comedy action drama is perfect for the twisted twisted world. We're creating said assad kill bash head of playstation studios twisted metal high-octane action comedy based on an original take by deadpool scribes. Rhett reese in paul. Were nick about a motormouth. Outsider offered a chance at a better life but only if he can successfully deliver a mysterious package across a post-apocalyptic wasteland with the help of a trigger happy car thief face. Savage marauders driving vehicles of destruction and other dangers of the open road including a deranged clown. Who drives an all-too-familiar ice cream truck doe is a smart ass milkman. Who talks as fast as drives with no memory of his past. He gets a once in a lifetime opportunity to make his wish of finding community. Come come true. But only if he can survive in onslaught of savage vehicular combat
Nancy Pelosi Was Commiserating and Colluding With Gen. Milley
"Joe biden has any honor whatsoever he would be condemning. Mark milley if this if this report is is true if joe biden had a shred of integrity or honor he would put this country i and he would be able to say what alexander vignon said. It doesn't matter. What your political beliefs are you. You have got to stand up to a treasonous. Act with the chairman of the joint chiefs reassuring. The chinese communist general the communist party would get a heads up if trump launched attack during his final months of his presidency. And pay close attention to nancy pelosi's role in this in this reporting in this woodward book called peril. Nancy pelosi was commiserating and colluding with general milley. She's every bit as disgraceful and treasonous as millie. You wanna go down the list of people committing treason. You better look at the speaker of the house below. She has some serious explaining to do a lot more important than why she got her hair done in the middle of the pandemic she is reprehensible and this reporting suggests. She's in it up to her eyeballs to. She's up to her botox eyeballs to right there with milly
Will Gavin Newsom's Recall Victory Trigger a Mass Exodus From California?
"An email late last night. From michael who writes. It's with a heavy heart that i write. You wanted to tell you my family. And i are planning to leave california. We were watching c. n. n.'s. Don lemon lemon said gavin. Newsom would win hands down and will finally tackle the unvaccinated by making more edicts and mandates to make the unvaccinated. Take the vaccine. We don't wanna be forced to take any mandated medications. We will leave for this reason. He talked about his healthcare coverage. You talked about the quality of life in california and he's out and frankly a lot of people will move out of california after last night's failed recall and who could blame them. Who could blame. The condition of california is a disaster gavin newsom as a disaster. The democrats know as larry kept pointing out none of the democrats who campaigned for gavin. Newsom ever said he has done a great job. None of them supported his record. They were just afraid to larryelder.
3 Former US Officials Charged in UAE Hacking Scheme
"Three former US military and intelligence officials have admitted to helping the United Arab Emirates based company hack into computers in the US and around the world the defendants are accused of providing sophisticated computer hacking technology to the company that conducted hacking operations on behalf of the UAE governments the three men agreed to pay nearly one point seven million dollars to resolve criminal charges and agreement that the justice department described as the first of its kind the case is an example of what appears to be a growing trend in X. U. S. intelligence officials being hard approach to bolster the spike off to foreign governments a practice officials have said risk facing US secrets I'm Karen Shamus
Dodgers Clinch Their Ninth Consecutive Playoff Berth
"Like to welcome in now the greet buster only espn baseball insider host of the baseball tonight. Podcast can follow at buster underscore. Espn buster always great to talk to you. Guys are man so buster. The dodgers clinched their ninth street playoff spot with a win last night. How important is it for them to actually win the division though with these surprising giants well. It's it's absolutely huge. The funny thing was about nine days ago. We had the dodgers and giants sunday night. Baseball and i asked that very question of neighbors. The dodgers manager any kind of blinked looked at me and he goes. You know what it's too out. I haven't even given a thought right. He's still in the moment of the regular season. But you know now down the stretch with less than three weeks ago it's going to become a focal point because we've seen time and again how great players can be derailed. By that wildcard game. There were a couple of years Seven eight years ago when it looked like at the end of the regular season the pittsburgh pirates were the best team in the national league but they had to go through wildcard game and it back to back years they face madison bumgarner to the beginning of the greatest postseason run. We've ever seen any pitcher that was in two thousand fourteen and they lost and then the next year they got jake arrieta at the end of the greatest second half we ever saw from pitcher And they lost again and so the dodgers have a chance to be the first team to win back to back titles since The nineteen ninety. Eight to two thousand yankees. I think that the best team in baseball right now but one game. You just never
Schwarber's 3-Run Double Lifts Red Sox Over Mariners 8-4
"The Boston Red Sox broke a two all tie with a five run eighth inning in route to an eight four win over the Seattle Mariners the red Sox loaded the bases with Xander Bogaerts trouble in a pair of walks then pinch hitter Kyle Schwarber cleared them with a three run double to right field Alex Verdugo later added a two run Homer to complete Boston scoring in the frame the red Sox are now in a three way tie with the New York Yankees and the Toronto Blue Jays for the two American League wild card playoff spots the mariners meanwhile find themselves three games behind them Jim Bernard Seattle
Why Your Friends Should Be One of Your Primary Growth Drivers
"Your friend should be lifting you up. Not pushing you down. Your friend should be inspiring you to get better. Your friends should have your back but also be willing to challenge your face. You know what i'm saying like your friends are and should be one of your primary growth drivers in life. Most people choose ambitious goals to be their growth driver. Or i'm going do something. That's hard or i'm going to try to achieve this amazing thing. I'm trying to become a millionaire or make this difference or build this company or you know have this type of family and it's this external climb this thing they're trying to achieve and too many people forget it's like actually one of the best drivers of growth isn't your job isn't your goals. It's your friendship circle and your circles. Make you a more alive deeper. Caring thoughtful authentic person in the world. I'm telling you what guess what at work you're better at home. You're better your art. Gets better your sense of life lifts and so in studying this work deeply over the years and recognizing how many people are entrepreneurs high achievers people who are trying to make great impact in the world. You're here today and sometimes that journey can't feel very lonely or when you get to the top it can feel lonely. They say. And i'm like i kind of believe what my friend brian tracy and mentor said to me. One time he said if it's lonely at the top you did it wrong
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"Of how they they added some features that made this more durable than previous iterations right. Yeah and it's The feature on the feature set we have. I won't get too technical. I mean we could. But the hinge has been improved the that mental that was telling you about strengthens the body. I forget the exact percents but everything was like ten percent. Twenty percents There's a protective film on the screen. Now that's eighty percent more durable. It's thirty percent more durable than the original flip. So all those little things and that's going to be the more the case we talk about the hold all those little things. Add up to a much more rounded phone. And that's why when you pick these things up and you see the price of a particular phone the z. Flip three is a thousand dollars in the us that is not a cheap phone but that is not fourteen hundred fifty dollars that the flip five louis so all of a sudden i'm greeted with a price and i'm greeted with a phone that If someone did by this to instead of a tranquilizer has cost like an s. twenty-one plus or even an iphone twelve pro that costs a thousand dollars they're getting a phone that In my experience after two days..
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"On the next episode of confronting by a whiteboard in the window that said one bleeding to death to try to get people to come to that science room the helicopters down on it and it's just it's still surreal to think that they wrote that because of him that in that room to death for more information on the rebels project or to donate fleas. Go to the rebels project dot org and see me there. Want to know. More about the confronting podcast. Please follow us at confronting pod on twitter instagram and facebook for photos additional content and discussions about the podcast. We're all confronting something. And i look forward to continuing the discussion from our episodes over social media with all of you. If you enjoyed this one. Please subscribe to apple podcasts. Spotify stitcher google podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. Thank you so for going on this journey with me. Confronting columbine was produced and hosted. By me amy over executive produced by nancy glass andrea gunning ben federman and carry hartman produced by julie. Clark associate producer. Trey morgan editing. By senior audio editor. Matt delvecchio editor true wallace. Andy welsh with production. Assistance from megan paisley and breanna fars other members of the production team. Include krystal carey. Pete ward and natalie thomas music and original composition by music confronting columbine was produced by glass entertainment group blast podcast in partnership with wondering..
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"Off his much better value guy last. Lastly oneplus announced a new smart watch. What's that about. Yeah new new on for them. It's it's interesting it's got few interesting points on it. S specifically it's fairly affordable expecting expecting it to stop at a hundred and fifty nine dollars From the pages we've seen so far. It looks pretty good. It's got all your health trucking senses everything you'd expect Heart rate blood pressure etc. And it's as gotta have apparently about two weeks of battery life and again the looking at a fast judge capability where it will fully recharge in about twenty minutes so again. Great if you wanna go for a run but you've realized you have charged you'll watch interesting in curiously does not run on android wear Using its own proprietary software. Yeah that's right. That right that ryan stuff is going to have a few upset launch. But we shouldn't expect it to have like a big catalog of any so the spotify integration in the same way we've seen with wairoa s is also not i o s compatible at launch or. Apparently that might becoming a little bit down the line. Well the idea that it could run for two weeks and has a fast charging capability. I think that's a that's a potentially huge deal considering that they sleep tracking and being able to sleep with your watch and have track track you over time Is one of those things one of those key features that still missing with other smart watches. So we'll andy thank you for your time. You can check out his review on cnn dot com. If you have any questions hit us up on twitter asadollah or sign up for direct messages for me heading to see that dot. Co slash daily charge. And if you liked what you her Subscribe to the podcast helps out for the charter. Roger tank listening you seen some. You haven't seen nothing yet. Your come on the smoke. Smoke map vaughn steven. Jack's pass talking about life culture. We put the power in the players hand. I never wanna buy this conversation chris. Paul what's going on kevin garnett crime on over the air will all major podcast platforms..
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"Am pleased and thrilled to welcome martin. Cooper who led the motorola team to develop the first portable handset and is credited as the father of the cell phone. Welcome arctic great to be here rather so it's a remarkable story the development of the cell phone and you chronicle this in your new book cutting the cord Tugela bit about the developing process because flagship phones today take twelve eighteen months to develop and after come to market and you created the very first portable handset in three months. Talk about that experience because that is that is kind of insane even when you look at how things are john in. Today's modern dance times. While roger of much as i think it was a remarkable achievement. You should know that the individual technologies that we needed for this phone were in our laboratories. We were studying lee sittings. We we knew how to make an integrated circuit. Even though they weren't really being used Just took a matter of a lot of intensive effort but also knowing what the problems were and We have to invent a whole bunch of snow just in a couple of months about half the time. These people were dedicated. Our team work day and night for three months trying to fulfill this dream that came through my head in a matter of hours yen. What are the recurrent themes. I feel like every time you talk to somebody motorola about this project or try to convince them to jump on. There was sort of a can't be done. This is impossible. This is crazy marty like that. How how did you go from that. Getting them from getting folks to think that this is an impossible task to getting the actually do it and actually fall through execute on this on this vision of yours well addresses. That's the story of my life. Have motorola Continually tell people I'd like to do so joe possible. Sure enough we've managed to do it in the the reason that i keep asking these things can. I am a dreamer. I expend more time thinking about the future that i do about the president. At which by the way makes the allows the executives may discovered that eh. After i ran a number of businesses and but i do think a lot about the future about what can be done. Whatever shit about has basis in technology Are not wild dreams. That i had passed on the cellphone was not a while because we did it. Yeah absolutely you were able to fit a bunch of as you noted a bunch of these inventions. These innovations were already in the lab montereau. But you're able to get this all crammed into a single shoe boot-shaped phone the dan attack cuss at the scene out..
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"And it's not perfect but it's what had to happen in order to increase the confidence of the american people in Vaccine i'd i do see the benefit of giving politicians defecting. Everyone said continuous of government. You want to keep these people safe. So they can legislate in either jobs to run the country as best as possible. However i think aside from the president vice president. I think a lot of these politicians. If you're younger person you should wait your turn in a lot of you know. Most of them are old anyway. So i think if you didn't even ira type. Politicians allow them was still fought to tourist front of the line to begin with because a lot of them have immuno-compromised conditions to a of older age. And things like that so even if you didn't prioritize they will still have the vaccine initially and there's the argument going at like. Maybe those are people to get it. I think a lot of people already kind of skeptical of holidays anyway. So i think them given the best thing i this show that it's safe. It's there's a benefit that people are still skeptical so why sometimes they don't even trust anyway so i don't think it will change the opinion too much in additionally. I think that if you don't prioritize politician it can go more vaccines than go towards like frontline. Workers people older asian immuno-compromised Conditions that also need to get the best thing i they don't catch the disease Viruses going on and it's gonna take a long time the vaccinate everybody. You wanna have the frontline workers in the doctors and healthcare workers. Get that first. They can be protected so they can care for people that catch it while people are still trying to get vaccinated cameras. Point of government officials already being shady individuals and untrustworthy. So then getting the vaccine probably wouldn't inspire public confidence in the first place or yeah that's true but then how would it look if they don't get the vaccine and then even less people than are already planned to get the vaccine yet and then we're locked down for another two years because our congress in our our officials don't get the vaccine because only thirty percent of the public it because they see the government officials be has to take it no. I think it's not like our government it's not like i don't know what type of government officials are taking it but to see the ones on the biggest stages regardless of whether they took the took the virus seriously from getting seeing Ensign rubio a lot of people who probably follow line Politicians are probably hesitant about getting the vaccine so if nothing else it will help inspire those people. And i'd rather them skip the line to get millions of people to take the vaccine than being locked out for another two years in. Have the virus constantly ramping rampaged through our through our society because nobody wants to get immunized. Josh you bring up a good point in fact yesterday. Thank god guy by the name of elliot williams Cnn legal analyst of wrote an op. Ed on cnn explaining why amid the surface level confusion mike pence receiving the vaccine or one of the beautiful in the first brisk people to receive. The vaccine is a good thing and essentially beco- the same points he that he made it instills public confidence in especially his camp. You know the trump supporters the people who are out there saying you know this they're still saying covert is a hoax. Even after even after their leader trump in pence contracted the virus. So i think it is huge for optics to have pence Deb pence a be one of the first people to receive the vaccine especially given the collective opinions of a lot of their supporters. In a point that everyone touchdown you know politicians receiving the vaccine yet. So important. I think really i. I don't think every politician should get the vaccine. I should jump the line to get the vaccine on. I think really. The people in presidential succession should receive the vaccine. I've no issue with trump. i don't think it in. i don't think he will get it But i've no issue trumping off the vaccine with Off at the vaccine with a nancy pelosi is third in line. Being offered vaccine taking it actually a followed by cabinet members including mike pompeo as secretary of state. But should we have been sas Relatively young a republican senator from nebraska received the vaccine. If he's offered it should he be offered in the first place. You know i dance for that. I'm a little a unsure of by. Do you think we should have the people in line for the presidency to receive the vaccine. I want to go off the whole public perception of the vaccine point on. I don't think mike pence getting the vaccine is gonna half as much of a fact as donald trump getting the vaccine. And i say that because white pants does not the man that they are supporting in voting for and have all their chips on the table for donald trump. If you get in front of live cameras and you get a needle in the arm you will be making a much bigger difference than a historical anti vaccine like mike pence. Would i mean. I think it'll make a little bit of a difference. But i think if donald trump were to get in front of cameras and take the vaccine you're gonna see a huge boost public confidence specifically in the people who were doubting the vaccine in the first place. I actually did not think of that. Is like that point You're absolutely right. I mean pence was never as bombastically outspoken. Against a the science of covid He was more quiet about a he was against it. He was against the science ironically because he was the chair of the task force but he was not as bombastic about it as a trump. So i think that's actually a very true point. Very valid point kaelin. What are your thoughts on that on the public perception portion. I do think like trump's acceptance of the vaccine guests will make a difference by also would argue that him prioritizing others over himself will also make a difference to me. I know he's using it for other reasons but if he went out there and said oh i'm going gonna take the vaccine. I because i want as many going to people that will help us get rid of this virus estimates possible. I think that would make a big difference to dislike. Ilhan omar did when she refused to take the vaccine early because she decided she said there's not enough to go around. We prioritise those. Who need it the most in. That's that kind of messaging will also have a positive impact. Even though you're not taking the vaccine showing that you care about they make you. Serve is most important and ill. I think it will also establish trust in the vaccine regardless. If you actually go on live television take it. I think you're right because you know in a way it's saying yes. I would take it if we have enough. But because you don't have enough. I'm healthy i'm gonna give it to you. Know x y z. People who actually need it The josh interesting point in. I understand that point but at the same time omar. I'm trump on only beginning to doses of vaccine that essentially saved two lives now but if they were to take your dose.
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"And a lot of different hypotheticals but you know had to remember that mail in ballots. Were counted later Then voted votes in person. And yet you know it worked out for a three of us. Who predicted in also won. A joe biden win. Why did why did biden win in. What did trump lose josh. If we're speaking literally. I i said it was gonna come down to three states at did miss michigan pennsylvania wisconsin by one by tennis of margins this year and in two thousand sixteen trump won by the margins and clearly the voters in that state in those states decided the election trump clearly bungled covid He governed for half the country most of his term. He didn't look to be present for all during his entire presidential campaign. In twenty twenty. I didn't hear many policy provisions. I just heard him touting how great he had done in. I don't know what his plans were for his next term. He cast doubt over the sanctity of the election process leaving contracted code himself although things led to him losing some linzie votes in the polls and trump still received the second most second highest amount of votes in the presidential elections unfortunately for him by the first the highest amount of votes But if you dig a little deeper. I think trump's ability to connect with issues. That young people really care about such as covid. Police say race relations. It caused him to lose a lot of the voters he wanted. Twenty sixteen and it was part of the reason he lost. The blue wall states virus a razor thin margin late as as to why he lost the blue wall states or anything they one trump loss. All right well. I think okay well as long as trump lost honestly mainly because of his rhetoric he. Let's think about what he did to twenty sixteen. He took what barely works like. You said he won by raising martins in a lot of states and somehow he's still keep that in mind to for years ago and he took this four divisive rhetoric..
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"Some interesting new direction there. We'll have to see. I don't think that's going to be the biggest aspect of these machines. Though i think the biggest part of this can be basic blocking tackling. How much performance. You're going to get out of it. How much battery life. You're going to get out of it than that edge. Lastly any other wild cards you expect from this event. Oh well there could be any number of interesting things. i think. Apple's probably mostly gonna focus on these max and they're gonna wanna keep it clean and simple and focus. I'm not expecting things to be coming out of the blue. Like airtags but you know they could do something interesting they could do this new version of mag safe that they have up for charging iphones. Maybe they could do something like that with their new air model laptops where they have something. You can plop your laptop down on a pad and it charges there or maybe your magic mouse. Who knows there could be some interesting accessory. Plays i think. Europe for apple but Don't think we're going to see them. Walking very far off the beaten track here. This is going to be a math event. Gotcha and obviously arm chips. We think about arm at least if you're a nerd like me when you think about arm you'd think about the integration with sailor capabilities. So you think it's a little premature to speculate on whether or not we'll get you know four g or five g connectivity and one of these things because that that seems like that would be a sort of ultimate goal of getting some this stuff. Sinked up into a mac book. It's an interesting idea. There's been a lot of windows laptop makers who've tried that but the products have been not mainstream. They've been sort of focused very you road warriors. Business people are constantly traveling things like that. It does add expense and adds another data plan. That people are often reluctant to pay for. So i don't think for now it's going to be a top priority but in the long run you know look we all need to be connected to the internet. All the time. I think it's possible and certainly moving to arm processors same type. It's in the iphone the ipad that becomes easier if apple wants to go that route. I don't think it's going to happen for a couple years at least okay. Well thanks for your time. Shank could check out all of our apple coverage on sina dot com if you have any questions hit us up on twitter at charred or send me a text message by signing up at six four six four six one four nine one also please subscribing rate to show. It really helps us out for the other or roger chan listening. Thank you hear from conflict. Nation has the conflict dot com. Today we're talking about. The snyder versus inpatient still be around. Or what w do it. We're also gonna talk about large bore. He's returning to save the feld reliable and never going to into ten of sorts faces as well as everything you should be reading about half the showpiece..
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"Bringing up real and important conversations with my kids because each episode of rebel girls spotlights the life of a woman from history or current events who overcame incredible odds and trials in her life and defied gender discrimination within a field of study or her culture to pursue her dreams and many of these episodes become springboards for important conversations about life with my kids such as when my kids and I recently listened to the episode about Ashley. Filing. Who is a DAF motocross? And she also became the first woman ever to be sponsored as an American factory level motocross rider. My kids had all sorts of questions about being deaf and accessibility and disability. After we listen, we almost always look up the photo of the woman who's featured on the rebel girls episodes and I love having these discussions with my kids about the importance of. Pushing through our hardships and disappointments in life to pursue our dreams, you can find good night stories for Robbo girls wherever you listen to podcasts and I know the episodes will give you plenty of opportunities to practice having discussions with your kids about stuff that really matters in life. That's good. Night stories for rebel girls and is one of our all time favorites. My third pillar of meaningful motherhood. Is Simple but not always easy and that is apologize to your kids. One of my all time favorite episodes of three and thirty has definitely made a huge impact on my mothering is episode thirty with Georgia Anderson about how to be your children's emotion coach. I have to really strong willed kids and using these strategies for emotion coaching which were developed by John Goldman has really helped me to teach my kids about their emotions and it's helped me to make it so that we have fewer blow ups. In our home and one of the things that George talked about in that episode or something that kept saying was she kept saying, will you don't WanNa do this perfectly or you know you wouldn't want this to be perfect but here's this and that and finally I just straight up after said, why wouldn't I want it to be perfect? Why wouldn't I want to develop the skills to be able to do this perfectly as a parent? And her response has always stayed with me. She said, you don't want to be a perfect parent because the best way to build and strengthen relationships is through repairing them. She said, often you never feel closer to someone. Then after you have a mishap in the relationship, there's a rent in their relationship and then you come together and you repair it together you never feel closer than after that repair happens I. Don't think I had realized that before Georgia pointed it out and it is completely backed by research by John Batman's research but. She pointed it out in the year sense I. Have noticed that over and over again with my husband with my kids a lot of times after we have an argument or something goes wrong after we repair I feel so close to them and grateful for them.
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"I just made that so awkward for us for the rest of our lives but instead I just thought well, that was my first opportunity to practice and this is going to get easier and it has it has gotten so much easier. I think about that conversation that I had with Sally on that hike recently and how easy it was and how meaningful and fulfilling. It was that has come with years of practice having those conversations in little small moments in simple ways. So you're going to get better at it. Maybe the first time that you try to talk to your kids about racism you might walk away thinking wow i. totally don't think got that right? I simplified it too much. I feel like I made that awkward or I communicated the wrong thing to them where now they may have a totally wrong idea about the world. It's okay. You're just practicing and as long as you continue to have conversations. You're going to get better at it and they're going to build layers of nuanced understanding the topics. It's not like you have to sit down and nail it the first time that you have a conversation with them about something you can always say to them a few days later. Hey, remember the other day. When we talked about this, I've been thinking more about it and I wanted to add this to that discussion and just allow yourself to be bad at stuff at first including conversations and to get better and better at it over time this. is also true for things like distance learning as many of us are doing really hard new things the share give yourself grace and recognize I am new at this and it is going to get easier with practice reframe the mistakes say, Yep, that today was kind of a bust and tomorrow is going to be a little bit better than I was today. Another thing I want to add to this takeaway is that this has helped me a lot in my relationship with my husband as well to give him grace to realize that he's practicing to. Sometimes I feel a little bit frustrated that I feel like my husband is not as patient with our kids as I am but then I, have to remember that my husband has had less. To practice. I have primarily been a stay at home mom I was completely a stay at home mom for the cheers of my kids wives, and then in the last few years now I work part-time during the podcast but I'm still primarily a stay at home mom I have so much opportunity to practice saying patient with them that my husband doesn't have and so. He hasn't developed these skills yet in the same way that I have, and so I need to give him grace with he is impatient with them instead of shaming him Mike my husband gets really down like Oh. Why did I? Why am I so impatient with them and I just need to remind him and say 'cause you're learning and you're practicing and you're going to get better at it. So maybe that's something for you to consider in your relationship with your parenting partner to give them grace and to give yourself grace as you guys are learning and practicing these parenting skills together before we head into Arthur takeaway I want to pause. For a moment to think another one of our shows committed sponsors the podcast for kids called good night stories for rebel girls. This is another one of my favorite tools for.
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"If you ever WanNa talk more about this, I m minutes and the more that you have these conversations with your kids, the more they will recognize that they can ask you about anything and that you mean it when you say you can come to me with anything I've had parents ask. Me About how to talk to their kids about homosexuality and I think it's the same thing talk define it for them. Explain some context about where they might see it encountered or hear about it teach your values around that topic and and always always including an emphasis on love. You'll find that as you have these conversations get much easier to have another thing that I've noticed from. Our guests is that many of them talk about using children's books as a great way to lead into these conversations. So if there's something that you've been wanting to teach your kids about or something that you see that they've been struggling with a little bit, maybe look to see if there are some great children's books on the topic that might open the doorway for you to have more conversations. I had an experience with this recently that just felt so meaningful to me we were on a family hike and I was slow as I usually am on the swath in the family, and so I was back a little and sally started hanging back to keep me company. We were holding hands and she asked me Mommy how tell me again how I was born because was conceived with IVF and she knows that but she's just trying to get some context for that and I've explained that to her before but she wanted to know more about it so I explained a little bit. About Ivy after her which then led to questions about sex and how babies are made, and we've had these little conversations over time over the years and I was just able to answer questions as we walked along and she felt comfortable and it wasn't weird or awkward at all and at the end of that hike, I just felt so grateful that I had had that meaningful conversation with my six year old I felt like, okay, I'm not a perfect mom but I'm I'm doing a few things right that I'm able to at least have conversations about stuff that matters with my kids. So that is a theme that I have seen run through. So many of the episodes that we pat on the show and that I hope that you can take into your life take away number to actually build really well on takeaway number one, and.
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"Happy Monday, my friends and happy third birthday to three thirty. I. Have To admit that that cute singing from two years ago when Sally Sang The podcast for its first birthday and it kind of breaks my heart to hear her voice from then and compare it to now because she has grown up so much in the past few years and she's not. My little toddler anymore. But you know what? I've grown up a lot too. There's something amazing about celebrating that and honoring it when I hit published on the first episode of three and thirty three years ago. I never not in a million years could have imagined where we would be today. I couldn't have imagined that people I would meet through this podcast both. The gas I've interviewed and listeners I've interacted with the ways I would develop more emotional resilience as a result of doing this hard work and making mistakes and getting discouraged, and continuing to press forward or the joy that would phone my life as I've been able to teach through this medium and learn and grow so much within my own motherhood and within my. Person Hood three and thirty is about so much more than being a great mom. It's about being a deeper more whole more developed human and it has definitely done that for me. I hope that it's done the same for you as well, and I cannot thank you enough for being on this journey with me and supporting the podcast over the past three years. In today's episode I'm going to talk about three of the major threads that I have seen show up again, and again through the one hundred, fifty episodes I've recorded over the past three years, three themes that have sort of emerged and become what I like to call pillars of meaningful motherhood. I hope that as reflect on these pillars together, you'll be able to see how you could apply them to your life and unique situations a mother and I hope that they'll be a blessing to you. Before we jump into this, I, want to remind you that as part of the birthday.