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"30,000 ft" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

07:18 min | 8 months ago

"30,000 ft" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"They're getting it and I'll tell you as you said earlier. I've been doing this for a long time. One of the things that fascinated me was one of Larry Elder's line of attacks, which, by the way, I think you said it really nice for 2022. That is Tell me one thing Gavin Newsom has done for the further states. Explain to me No one's pointing to his successes. Everyone just says Larry Elder is bad. They don't like Donald Trump. Okay, but what definition done for California They couldn't answer that because I know it's all bad. And when you talk about trying to make the rest of the states look like California. Here's one way to do it. And that brings me to what you do today. The mail in vote and I don't know how you feel. I mean, obviously, it's a deeply blue state. But that state is also the mail in vote. They perfected the mail in vote in California. They want to perfect the mail in vote from sea to Shining Sea Hogan and if they get their way And mail in vote becomes the norm. I don't think a Republican win statewide in most states Yeah, Look, I think decades ago it was Jim Baker and Jimmy Carter came together on a report and saying mail in ballots would be probably you know the death of this country basically, that they were fraught with all types of issues. We saw that in California. Tweeted out a story from a local news person who'd gone out to one of the polling places and the people who were Republican and tried to vote, and they said that someone has already cast a ballot. That they had already voted. That wasn't true. Um, so there's all kinds of problems across this country, and by the way, this is a nonpartisan issue Democrats themselves. I mean, My goodness. Such Schumer tweeted multiple times about how we needed. It was nonpartisan. We need to fix our election process. Kamala Harris. Said that our elections were fraudulent. I mean, Elizabeth Warren pointed out the fact that all these machines could be hacked. Now we're talking about mail in ballots Mass mail in ballots without even requesting them in my apartment here in D. C. I've got a mail in ballot that I called my landlord and said, You know, this person is hadn't lived here in 10 years, 10 years and I got their ballot Now I tore it up. But I also posted on Twitter and said, Yeah, this is going really well and Twitter took me down. They said I was lying. That wasn't true. This is spreading false information. I got the mail in ballot. It came in the mail. So like the whole thing is just such a joke, And that's one thing we're working on at the center for Election Integrity is trying to not just educate people but exposed kind of some of the issues going on. We're not proposing fixes. I mean, we're We're a C three here. We're trying to educate. We can't. We can't advocate things like that. But what we can take the data and drop it down on states and say, Guys, this is what's going on in your state. Uh, why are their vote discrepancies between the number of votes certified versus the number of people who voted? Why is that And and if the if the secretary of the state if the county election commissions they can't figure that out. Then there should be ramifications. There should be people held accountable for these for these massive mistakes. Here is CNN's literal Chiron at the moment, you and I speak democracy in peril. CNN poll 78% of GOP say Biden didn't win enough votes to be president. Who are they interviewing Adam Kinzinger about the subject? Of course, this is literally going on human talk now. Democracy in peril. 78% of GOP said Biden didn't win enough now. I'm hearing a word Kinzinger, saying, I'm sure he's talking about how lunatic we all are for doubting the outcome of 2020. But Okay. What of that? They think that it's alarming that so many of us that voted for Donald Trump don't trust the outcome of 2020. So what would you What would you say about that if you were on CNN right now? Well, First of all, I've asked a vast number of Democrats didn't agree with the outcome of the 2016 election was rigged. The media themselves said the whole scales were tempting, balanced. Uh, two jobs to Donald Trump's favor because of Russia, which is a Total lie by the way, but they have had questions about elections to on the Democrat side, as well as the Republican side and confidence, Faith and trust in our elections have been going downhill. Just the 2020 debacle in Florida. Now Florida clean things up if you'll notice a lot of the bills they pass under Governor Ron De Santis and in previous terms They were done and had their election certified with really no questions or no concerns about 10 P.m. on election Night. What is a big date? Why can't other states do that? And so people know that you need voter ID to vote. And here's how you know they do. They know it. Even Democrats. By the way, it's a 76% issue. Nationally, a majority of the Americans believe we should show voter I d. But remember, they're requiring you to show a vaccine passport to go into restaurants in New York. You have to show your vaccine. You're vaccinated before you go sit down a restaurant. But the Democrats in New York also doing another caveat. They said you have to show voter are your picture ID? To prove it. You quote unquote to prevent fraud? Yeah, we know. We know. By the way. I talked to CNN reporter yesterday. You know how many levels of security she said they had to get through to get in the building. It's about nine. She said. It's about nine. Now. If I took her ID without a picture and use my electric bill and tried to get in there, you know, using her electric bill. You think they let me enter demand? I had a photo I d to show They'd want to see the person on the name on the card match My face. Right, And there is a way to do that. The American people understand that's pretty simple stuff we have to start. Ensuring the states begin to pass laws that protect voters and protect legal vote. That's the bottom line here, and I think a lot of state legislatures Understood that their power was taken away and stripped away by rogue secretaries of state and road governors. An election boards and supreme courts are all saying some cases elected, I guess, but many unelected Changing laws in a state. That's not the way the Constitution set it up, and I think a lot of legislatures are taken back the power and say No, we need to start passing these laws. What we also need is when you have a split. And you have conservative legislatures. But Democrat governors, they all need to understand This is a wildly popular issue, and we cannot allow 20% of the population of vocal minority. To force us into bad policy. We just can't do it. I'll close Hogan with your 30,000. FT View question. 30,000 FT View question. Because your politics your knowledge of politics and sort of the read of the room, If you will is is always spot on, in my view, and I would ask you then to read the room at this hour. Despite what we know is a media that's 100% in the tank and flax for Joe Biden to make him seem swell and impervious to criticism at all times. I've seen some polls. That certainly suggest Joe Biden is already under water just a few months in. Do you believe that's true? Do you think most Americans really Really do feel like this is not a guy in commander in control and have real problems with him. Despite this perpetual gaslighting were fed every day. Is it working? I guess, Um, What do you do? You read out there? My initial blush is yes..

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"30,000 ft" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:20 min | 9 months ago

"30,000 ft" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"You like he got off his shift. And then you guys ran off into the sunset. Well flew off the off technically, but yeah, 30,000 ft. It's like somebody wrote a joke. And then someone stole the joke. Yeah, well, I mean, it's not like you're the first person in the face of the planet who had an idea to take a plane like, Oh, I'm not wrong, right? I got to say that is a smooth move on the bartenders. Parts like, deal that Yeah, I'm not saying it's good, but he like stole Rob's idea and just went with it. Why did you say yes, This is what I want to know. Why do you say yes to the bartender. But you didn't say yes to rob because you're obviously willing to go out and do that. You keep asking these questions. And Rob is not going to like. Yeah, I don't think problems to hear what she likes more about the harder do you want to know, Rob? Well, I'm already down. I might as well get kicked while I'm laying here, So okay, So that's a no. I'm glad that you checked her The first round. Pick me spin on me while I'm please. Please disregard that last statement. I mean, I get Tiffany that you had, like a fun time with the bartender, but you're not still like With him, Are you Uh, maybe. Oh, hey, maybe it means that there's an opening for you, Rob. It doesn't get some sugar coating in no been dating the Barton? No. Maybe the bartenders on a flight with a different girl. Now go into another city. I mean, I got to say they don't have the best track record bartenders when it comes to know he wouldn't do that to me. Yes. Oh, yeah, Stand up, guy different wouldn't take someone's idea and use it. Nobody else. Oh, Okay. Let's stop. Concentrate on human concentrated wrong. Now you switch, Tiffany. I think at least he deserves an apology. You know? Yeah. There we go. I mean, I guess I'm sorry. But like also, you can't pick who you love like you just know you know, love and learn. Oh, my God. It's fine. Everything. It's fine. It's fine. He goes and buys the cheapest flight at the airport and she loves him. Wow. Yes, just twist. Listen, I don't I'm going to accepting on Rob Rob first. Rob. Rob,.

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"30,000 ft" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:53 min | 9 months ago

"30,000 ft" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Church. When people are hurting. This is a great open door given to us by the holy Spirit for us to testify. The grace of God. Mm. Welcome to peace to you from peace Church in Arvada, Colorado friend Do you sometimes think about the reasons that God has allowed suffering to enter your life? The answer goes beyond the fact that we live in a fallen world as a result of Adam and Eve. There are specific reasons why God allows suffering to come upon you. What are some of those reasons today, Pastor Dave Almond will address one of the reasons in his message entitled The Purpose of Suffering. Now, Here's Pastor Dave That was doing that was my first parish in 1983. The bias Nebraska. How many of you have been to Tobias, Nebraska, Raise your hand. It's a small town about 150. People with 300 people in church. Every Sunday. So to tip Call Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod Church stuck out in the middle of nowhere, and that's where I was called. I've been there for about two months and my head Elder called me and said, You need to go see Glennis halt Meyer. I said Why? And he said I'm not going to tell you why. Just go see him. So I went to see him that day. What he had to say to me. Redirected and in many ways changed my life. In my our conversation I learned about stewardship. I learned about how to deal with suffering and adversity. I learned about how to stay strong despite the things that happened to you. I learned a lot. What did Glennis tell me? What experience did he go through? What suffering Did he endure? Wouldn't it be great if we didn't have any suffering on planet Earth? Wouldn't be wonderful if there were no conflicts in Afghanistan. Order, no border conflicts as we current currently see it today. No one ever got sick. There were no fractured relationships. Every marriage would last. No one would ever die. Can you imagine a world like that? My friends is coming. It's called Life in heaven. It's called eternal life with God. And Jesus Christ made it possible. Through his life through his death through his resurrection. And through faith, what Christ has done. We know that the gates of eternal life are open to us. We know that the best is yet to come. We know there's a day when there's going to be no more suffering. We know that That's why we believe That's why you're here today. Because you want something better than the here and now? You want the then and there and, you know, based on what Pastor Tim and I tell you that it's going to be glory, right? Going to be marvelous. That's why the Bible says Keep your faith. Keep trusting in Jesus, Don't give up Run with perseverance, the mark the race marked out for you Keep your faith in Christ. Okay, fine. Pastor Dave, I get it. But I'm still suffering. And I want to know why. Well, the 30,000 ft level answer to that is we're suffering because we live in a fallen world, Adam and he rebelled against God were recipients of the fall. We're born in sin. Our sins sometimes makes life very messy. That's part of life. Suffering is a part of life because the fall of Adam and Eve right Pastor Day Yes. But it goes much deeper than that. There is nothing that surprises God. And nothing happens in your life that hasn't crossed his desk first. We say that God is not the initiator of suffering. But he permits it for reasons sometimes we fully can't comprehend. So I've entitled this message. The purpose of suffering and I read recently as sermon where every reason for suffering that God permits was identified in this sermon. I told this guy said, Look, I would love to preach that. But nobody would remember a thing. So we're just identifying one purpose for suffering today. I could preach a sermon series on it for an entire year, but we're going to identify one purpose for suffering. Today. And you you probably can't guess what it is. Not to strengthen your faith. It's not to test your bait. That's not the draw you closer to God. It's not to make you more dependent on him. Think the answer will surprise you. And for us to understand that we go to second Corinthians chapter one Verses three and four. I love this. Look at what it says here in verse three. Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. The father of all mercies and the God of all comfort. I want to stop right there. Do you know what the word blessed means? The word blessed means in this context, all right for God. Yeah. Basically, Saint Paul is being a cheerleader for you and me saying, Give God praise adoration. Thanksgiving. Tell him Hooray for what he's done. Well, what has he done? He's the God of all comfort. He's the father of mercies and the God of all comfort. That should listen in us a reason to say Hooray for you! God! I used to have season tickets to the Denver Broncos in the 19 eighties, when we lived in Burlington, Colorado. So we'd make the track four or five times a year from Burlington to the stadium because my father in law had season tickets, and my favorite player was John Elway. How many of you like John Elway? Okay. And Allan Roach, I believe was announcing at that time, and this is the way he'd introduce him. He'd say this And now standing at six. Ft. 4 £215 from Stanford University number seven John Elway and everybody goes. Yeah, Yes, yes, It was awesome. So we're cheering for a human being. Says her right for God. Tell God how awesome he is. Tell him that we love him that we adore him. Can you imagine? Saint Paul was here and he'd introduce God. Our heavenly father. What would it sound like? Now standing at Universal Entity. The maker of the universe, the God of creation, the one who dispensed his son to planet Earth, the one from whom the Holy Spirit Proceeds number one. God, the father. And what would you Yeah, Yeah. Give him praise guys given price right now who.

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"30,000 ft" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:47 min | 9 months ago

"30,000 ft" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Today there started trading, I think, under the symbol R N W on the NASDAQ Someone Thanks so much for joining us here, love free to just give us the 30,000 ft View of what you guys do at renew power. Yeah. Listen great to be here with you guys to give you a very quick rundown on our company within your power there in years largest renewable energy company. I'll leave his own and operate wind farms and solar farms, and we currently have about 6000 megawatts of commission capacity that is up and running right now. Another 4000 megawatts that they're constructing as a company. We now generate almost about 1% of media total electricity production in Dali from clean sources. And help mitigate about half a percent of India's carbon emissions. Now why that is important this because he has the third largest later in the world after China and the U. S. Of carbon And it's the market that is going to fastest in terms of demand from new power. So if India's demand consistent, go and is meant to fossil fuel based power That is actually going to be playing often for climate change mitigation in general. And so it's important for companies like us to essentially set up, you know, more and more park capacity. The indicted clean sources to meet India's power plant Well, and you've got also, uh, a very large, um Amount of of wealthy consumers a growing middle class there, And my question is what kind of growth are you looking at? Because I imagine people who can afford it. Are going to want to tap into renewable energy, and I can imagine that you probably foresee some pretty strong growth. No, absolutely absolutely Right. So look, Power demand in India is going at about 5 to 6% every year, but that's before the entire follows. Take their Within that the new was it expected to go at about 20% every year as a as a Polish system moves and valley towards cleaner sources of energy. And instead of having full based probably now start having all the power coming from wind and solar plant. Nobody wants to invest many more coal based capacities, so renewable energy projects are going at about 20% a year. And within that we have the companies think that even good about 30% every year. So even though being an insect company, adding capacities and wind and solar that essentially going ready that goodness and welcome to the grow over the next many years Given the pace of growth of the Indian powers. Come on. What kind of government support is there in the market for this migration to renewable power, whether it's to the consumer directly or or to companies like yours who were trying to empower the grid? Yes. So you know, the government has put in place certain mandates that any follow up consumer asked to essentially by a minimum amount of renewable energy or clean energy. And that is the way they are encouraging people to migrate towards modern market energy sources. So that is one. The second thing is that the government has put in place a very robust So of allocating new capacities. And, uh, Thirdly, Uh, you know, India is a single great, so we're allowed to bump powered into any part of the grid and any consumer part is able to pull it out from any other part of it. Without actually having to pay any transmission charges. And so that actually makes it viable for us to find the best locations for solar power and for women in India and sell the energy to any any customer anywhere across the country. And, you know, sir, by those methods and a number of other means the government is very actively encouraging renewable energy and instead of target that's like 2030. We should have an installed base of renewable energy of 450,000 megawatts compared to the current insult the battlefield 100,000 megawatts, so there's expected to be a 4.5 times even growth. Off the existing renewable energy capacity over the next 10 years, which is actually going to write because that makes any of the other 52 months, the largest It's not the second largest market anywhere in the world for the nuclear energy salmon. Thanks so much for joining us a fascinating opportunity. Fascinating transition in the energy field in India, Suman Sinha. Founder chairman and she got to say Renew power really impressive. This guy you know, started working at top to he bootstrapped this business about 10 years ago. Since then.

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"30,000 ft" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

03:52 min | 9 months ago

"30,000 ft" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"Some did not. Just like this young lady. But the fact of the matter is, um in combat. It's the crucible of life and death and you get to search your soul. Because a lot of soldiers wanted to know before they died in combat Chaplain. Where am I going? You know where am I going to eternity? What's going to happen to me? So life and death really become very sharply focused. When you're in war, you were awarded the Bronze Star for supporting combat operations. Um, your your role. You know, I can't um I can't really imagine how critical it must be until you're actually there and you see it. I mean, you you are. There is no such thing as a therapist's couch. I think you probably the closest thing to it. Am I right? Well, yes. You know, we go with our troops. As pastors have congregations here. United States. We have congregations in our soldiers as we go forward with them, So they are our congregation. And we developed wonderful close relationships with our troops combat and they can find in us many things that they would not normally talk about, you know, in the real world, outside of war or outside of the military, so Yeah, it's wonderful that the United States of America has chaplains and were embedded in the units and we go to war with them, and we are the confidant of not just soldiers with the command and others as well. Contractors allies. So, Yeah, it's a great ministry that that we're called to. So, Colonel, As you see this unfolding over this last week. I guess you're you're 30,000 ft. Your foot view. I It's an interesting one. Because I know um as a you know, as a career military man as well as a chaplain. I am sure you are. Probably careful to not sound like a hyper partisan political guy. I would imagine, though, it's it's tough to not be emotional. When you watch this. Right. Well, you know, in the military you can't. You cannot be political at all. You have to just salute the flag, but I'm outside of it. Now I see that our current administration made some very serious mistakes. One that our world have world implications for our future. Really big, big things. Terrorism back. United States China, becoming friends with the Taliban. Russia. As part of that the Middle East is looking at. Do we support our friends? Or do we not? Taiwan is wondering what's going to happen with them? So there are massive geo political things going on in our world? And frankly, you know, our administration has let us down big time and it's going to continue to be a problem. So we really need to look at, uh at all this and keep all of us in prayer those in Afghanistan. And you know, I have one that says. Look, if we don't have the right leadership, let's get them out of there and let's get the right leadership, including our military, So there's a lot of work to be done here in the short term. Colonel. Your service. Um, it, um it's so impressive. And and, um, I I know people can read more about it. And your resume is this is I'm in awe. I'm in all because not only do you Have you served the country you know, in uniform, but but you serve a life for Christ. And and both are so noble And, uh, there's so few of us that can say that. And so I, um Honor your service and your time in our visit here today, your book, by the way, the military guide Armageddon. Battle tested strategies to prepare your life and soul for the end times. I hope people will pick it up and read it. Thank you so much, Colonel. God bless you. Thanks for having me on today. The.

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"30,000 ft" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:32 min | 11 months ago

"30,000 ft" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In Death VALLEY, California The temperature reached a high of 130 degrees yesterday, just four degrees shy of the hottest temperature ever recorded on Earth. A trial for the accused September 11th terrorist looks increasingly unlikely now. The chief prosecutor in the case, has announced his unexpected retirement. NPR's Sasha Pfeiffer reports on the latest setbacks at the U. S military court in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The retirement of Brigadier General Mark Martins was disclosed in a message to families of the nearly 3000 people killed on 9 11. He previously delayed his retirement and was scheduled to serve until 2023 No clear reason was given for his early exit. Colleen Kelly's brother died in the World Trade Center attacks, and she said she wonders if Martin stepping down signals the government will abandoned plans for a 9 11 trial. And instead negotiate plea deals. My hope is that someone is looking at this from a 30,000 ft view and thinking this has gone on too long. We need to chart a different course. Meanwhile, chief defense counsel Brigadier General John Baker will retire in November. Move, he says, is voluntary. Sasha favor NPR news. At a G 20 gathering in Venice Finance chiefs have forced a deal to block multinationals from putting their profits in low tax havens. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli has more. The tax deal would establish a global minimum corporate tax of at least 15% to prevent multinationals from basing their profits in countries with the lowest tax rates. It would also tax companies such as Amazon and Google, partially on the basis of where they sell their products, not on the location of their headquarters. The G 20 members make up 80% of world GDP, 75% of global trade and 60% of the world's population. US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said some smaller countries are still opposed, including Ireland, Hungary, Kenya, Nigeria and Sri Lanka. But she added that the deal would include an enforcement mechanism that prevents holdouts from undermining the agreement. Sylvia Poggioli reporting This is NPR news Live from KQED News. I'm Natalia Navarro. California will continue to require all students and teachers to wear masks inside classrooms this fall, regardless of vaccination status. The announcement was made yesterday following newly released guidelines from the CDC on safe school Reopenings..

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"30,000 ft" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

07:36 min | 11 months ago

"30,000 ft" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Now. Let's do this. What the What the what the seriously? What? The wtf With autumn Fisher and Dear listener, I would invite you to get your head. Uh, you know, oh, out of the gutter because it stands for what the fun and games that was close. So what the fun and games speaking of fun and games are going to have a balancing house. Outside of where we're having served Daily herald all bouncy houses fun. It sounds cool, Are you? It's like, maybe you can bring the kids. Some things you can you bring your kissing a hot dogs, and I it Well, let me play games. Do I get a client out of? Yes. Why? Harry? Paper advertising number and mine. Just outside the morning, okay? Yes. What are the WTF stories? Autumn Stephen Amell from Arrow. Okay, Arrow. I know a little just because the worst shows in history Our hero show superhero shows on CW Arrow is one of the longer running once, maybe one that actually had part of the D. C universe. It's probably woke now, but it actually had a pre woke existence did not okay, but everything on C W is just awful. Woke. Crap, right? The flash isn't okay. But these are both like arrow. Were they not both kind of pre woke. They were probably more well canal than they were then. But they have a three wood in there to get young. Do you have to? Well, nobody's watching. No one's watching Catwoman. Nobody's watching Batwoman about woman. Yeah, but no arrows. Green arrow. Can I tell you something? In a better country. Everyone would be watching bad woman Tell you something, If you want to learn how to be a better human being you watch bad woman. Do you think you want a good superhero story? Don't you think they let bad women do what? They won't let Batman do? Uh Hey, Have you ever been to Batman Do but back bamboo. Yes, but I believe it happens off camera. Okay for both right, Batman maybe doing and that's not on the CW. I think I'm going. I think that's on HBO. Yeah, well, yeah. Same company. Oh, it is D. C. Yeah. So you tell me what is Arrow Arrow is a reimagining of Green Arrow, which long running character and they dropped the colours. Well, Green Arrow sees no color. Okay, It's not green, but he's the arrow. Yeah, he points in one direction. Well, he points in one direction. Is that a superhero thing? What does he shoot? Is he is he the he takes you down Rosie The arrow of time. No, you see entropy itself, always going in one direction. He's like Hawkeye. Hawkeye from the Marvel universe who shoots arrows. I don't even know his superhero. His super powers that he shoots arrows. Yeah, OK. Yeah, OK, He's got a great shot. He's got a great How is that a superpower? Anybody can have a bow and arrow. He's really the best you could get an arrow stuff. There's a mass. He's better than like all us so you could wear a mask and have a bow and arrow and say, I have a superpower. By the way, I guess, by the way, Hawkeye Real superheroes wear mask as far as I'm concerned cake and also also do worse. Yes, wear masks. You're the only one to notice is that I know I don't know what? No, I just I'm the only one that says something about Not true in the mail bag here from Elijah. It's Mass. First of all, it's Elijah, Not Elijah, Elijah, Elijah, Elijah Elijah. Uh, I was your hell is you LJ? He says he got mad. This is one of the things he said. He says it's masks. Plural. Why doesn't anybody correct him? And how is autumn not fired for being completely ignorant on a news show? Oh, oh, that was wow, the fan. I'm not buying this. That fellas no fan of the show, and I'll take care. Wallace T was Why he do you love you love him. I love you so much, Eric. I just won't take care of you and cuddle. You make sure you're safe. But first time stepping on all of them. Yeah, you go. You go after this. This this person who pretends to be a fair this guy. Wow. He's not done. He says, please clear your throat. Every 30 seconds loudly. Wow. This is no no, no, no, no. I know he had problems his child when he had throat. This alright, wallets to wall getting stunning is Step back here. This, uh this fella is, uh, he's uh What was this Latin? What was Elijah? What was his last comment? He says please Clear your throat every 30 seconds. I know what happened here. I know what happened here. He's got you ever see those novelty radios that radio stations give out? It must be the only one he has. And they make it so you can't change the station. So this guy does have a good complaint because he can't go anywhere else. So I will try to make his life a little bit better. Oh, how about you Keep talking, Eric, It's not as if you could just change the damn station. That's what I'm saying. Wallace. So why would you be Wallace? Wow. Oh, no, Right. Don't cry. Everybody is not gonna love me as a lover. You gotta watch out. Shut up. He gets emotional guys, Let's let's give him a moment. Because I'm emotional. Don't mean I'm any less A man. Of course not. I think you're more of a man. But I would say to It takes a lot of man to cry like that. Those tears uh what I would say to Elijah is we did the research. There's only one reason the autumn still has Her job on this show, And that's because it annoys the hell out of you. Turns out Turns out, Take that live we are. We are so successful as a show. We can actually just kind of, like, just play games with it. And our job here is to annoy you on a daily basis. Elijah Elijah, What's next? What are we talking about? I'm talking about the guy from arrow. Okay, So what did he do? So he's a real star? Then I get. He's a great star. I've never heard of show. I've never heard that shows. They're very popular. Yeah, What's his name? Stephen Amell. Okay. And what did Stephen Amell? Did you get an Emmy or something? You gotta Amma. He was removed from a flight because he was screaming at his wife. Well, that's not a good idea here. If you're a famous person to save that from when you get behind the big That's why you have a big fence around your house. Victor. You know anybody in then you can scream at your wife of your celebrity. You don't go do it in public. Was he drunk? I thought he was drunk. I think he was drunk. Why do they serve? Why don't they allow people get drunk on airplanes? It really is. It's fun. You know, you can leave a bar. I can leave a bar. If a person is being just annoying as hell and drunk. I could walk. Eric, Come here, man. I love you, man. You stay away from him, man. It was just joking. It's fine. We got two hours left. Let's relax. There's nowhere to go. You're in a tube at 30,000 ft. During a toothpaste to what people can't people can't control themselves. What do you mean? They can't control themselves. People like this who have some rage issues, so don't give him Don't get them drunk. Don't get him drunk. Got him drunk himself. He got himself got himself drunk, But I mean, you could be if you could be too drunk to get on the plane. How about that? I know when is it's like that's just catches catch Can sometimes flight attendants or are people at the gate? They spot you that you're drunk. Oh, I remember right. But then there are other people that get on a plane. That's super drunk. And no one noticed Han used to work. You're a red coat. Right. So it's primarily a gate agent. But yeah, I had some pride. Some response, primarily a gate agent. Obviously, Eric responsibilities. You don't know the delta lingo. But obviously I laugh at people like you don't know how to speak about airplanes and such, but You. Did you have to, like, Why did all the cops several times on people being drunk? So they had to start a thing First, though you couldn't just spot them being drunk. So you mean you can't get first class? Uh, no, sir. You have a class C ticket. And then what? What? What is their start freaking out on me? I'm like I'm like, Oh, yeah. You call the cops, huh? I had.

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"30,000 ft" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:26 min | 11 months ago

"30,000 ft" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of Agriculture says whole hog prices were up earlier this year on higher demand as we all started going out again, which makes sense. But AG As you know, if you listen to this program is a global business and an ain't just the U. S. Of a that matters. So as we do with all things hug related. We called Brian Duncan. He's the vice president of the Illinois Farm Bureau. He raises hogs and farms, corn and soybeans himself as well. Miss Duncan's Cairo's doll. How are you, sir? Good guy. Good to talk to you again. How are you doing? Good to talk to you. Why don't you go ahead and hit that little red button? We'll get this show on the road. I did. I'm ready to go. There you go. Alright. You're a step ahead of me. So listen, Let me just jump right in here. The reason we called you was because of a headline we saw in the Washington and the Wall Street Journal the other day, Or rather, the that goes like this. U. S hog prices sink as China rebuilds heard, and I said to myself, we gotta talk to Brian Duncan. Well, I guess I'm your go to on this issue. You are the hug guys. So, so I mean, look, there's a lot to talk about. But first of all the prices you're getting market for your hogs. How are you doing? Business was Prices are pretty good right now, Kai. Actually, we've had a really good combination of factors and good domestic demand, along with exports, like you just referred to You know, there's quite a bit of uncertainty, though. China is always a wild card, and then the next question is, Do you believe anything they're saying about the rebuilding of their hog industry? And then we've also got this whole issue with wind speeds and a judge's ruling in Minnesota that's going to slow us up so It's pretty tumultuous time we're trying to hang on to some profits is that the lines beating is literally how fast they process. The Hogs. Just give me the 30,000 FT view here is that what's going on? Sure, there is a new new inspection system that went in place for moving hogs through the harvest facility. Which is good for producers like me good demand, but a judge has looked at that system and said they've been taken to account all the factors that should have been anyhow. Now it's a political football Chi. Yeah, I bet Let me ask you a couple of, um sort of ancillary questions. Number one is whether I understand You guys have been having a drought up there and farming stuff in the best of times and and I can't imagine doing it during a drought. Yeah, I'm in the northern part of Illinois and we are very dry. We had some good rain Father's Day weekend, but that's about it. If the hot temperatures would stay abated, you know, and we sure don't want that dome They've had out in the Pacific Northwest to come over the Midwest. I'll tell you that. Yeah. Uh, okay. So item number two, uh, is sort of domestic demand as people get back. Are you seeing demand for ribs and you know all that good stuff that comes out of your hogs. Yeah, we are. And the food service has come back online and all of a sudden they start stacking up right and ballparks. I mean full capacity at Wrigley Field. You know, that's a lot of hot dogs. They need all of a sudden, so As we see things come back online up. Park is positioned pretty competitively priced in the meat case, and we all know Chi Bacon's a bargain at twice the price demand is good. Alright, but wait a minute. Are you a Cubs fan? Yes, I am. Boy after this last six games. I'm not so sure I'll claim them. But afraid I am. Yeah, It's a little tough, little tougher Cubs fans right now, Um Okay, last thing and then I'll let you go and let you get back to work, Mr Duncan. How long do you think And I'm pretty sure I've asked you a variety of this question. At least every time over the past, you know, year and a half or whatever. How long are you figuring until you can look and say, you know what the pandemic is done, and my operations on my farm are back to normal. That's a great question. I thought it was going to be pretty soon here. You know you're always a little nervous, and you don't want to take things for granted. But I think once we get over this demand surge now of restocking, I'd hope By the end of summer things will have settled into what's what is a sustainably profitable time period for all of agriculture, not just the hog industry, but all of us. Brian Duncan. He does hogs and corn and soybeans. I think as well up in northern Illinois, also the vice president of the Illinois farm Bureau, Mr Duncan, Thanks for your time, sir. I do appreciate it guy. It is always a pleasure to talk with you. Coming up. Growing our own pair of jeans,.

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"30,000 ft" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

07:36 min | 11 months ago

"30,000 ft" Discussed on WSB-AM

"What? The WTF With autumn Fisher and Dear listener, I would invite you to get your head. Uh, you know, out of the gutter because it stands for what? The fun and games that was close. So what? The fun and games speaking of fun and games are going to have a balancing house outside of wherever I haven't Sorry, Hayley Harold, all bouncy houses fun. It sounds cool, Are you? It's like maybe you could bring the kids. Some things you can you bring your kissing had dogs and I it well play games. Do I get a client out? Yes. Why? Harry P. Pure irritation over its and mine. Just outside the morning. Okay? Yes. What are the WTF stories? Autumn. Stephen Amell from Arrow. Okay, Arrow. I know a little just because the worst shows in history Our hero shows superhero shows on CW arrow is One of the longer running ones, maybe one that actually had part of the D. C universe. It's probably woke now, but it actually had a pre woke existence. Did not okay, but everything on CW is just awful. Woke crap, right? The flash isn't okay. But these are both like arrow. Were they not both kind of pre woke. They were probably more welcome now than they were then. But they have a three wood in there to get young. Do you have to? Well, nobody's watching. No one's like Catwoman. Nobody's watching Batwoman. Batwoman. Yeah, but no error is green, You know? Can I tell you something? I'm in a better country. Everyone would be watching Batwoman tell you something, if you want to learn how to be a better human being. You watch Batwoman. You think you want a good superhero story? Don't you think they look bad woman? Do what they won't let Batman do. Uh Hey, Have you ever been to Batman Do black man do Yes, but I believe it happens off camera. Okay for both right, Batman maybe doing and that's not on the CW. I think I'm going to. I think that's on HBO. Yeah, well, yeah. Same company. No, it is gone. D. C. Yeah. So you tell me What is Arrow Arrow is a reimagining of Green Arrow, which long running character and they dropped the colours. Well, great arrow sees no color. Okay, It's not green, but he's the arrow. He points in one direction. Well, he points in one direction. Is that a superhero thing? What is he Shoots? Is he Is he the he takes you down Rosie The arrow of time? No. Is he entropy itself, Always going in one direction. He's like Hawkeye. Hawkeye from the Marvel universe who shoots arrows? I don't even know what do you mean his superhero? His super powers that he shoots arrows? Yeah, OK. Yeah, OK, He's got a great shot. He's got a great How is that a superpower? Anybody can have a bow and arrow is really the best. You could get an arrow stuff. Here's a man. He's better than like all us so you could wear a mask and have a bow and arrow and say, I have a superpower by the way again, By the way, Hawkeye. Real superheroes wear mask as far as I'm concerned cake and also also do worse. Yes. Where masks You're the only one to notice is that I know I don't know what? No, I just I'm the only one that says something about Not true in the mail bag here from Elijah. It's Mass. First of all, it's Elijah, Elijah, Elijah, Elijah, Elijah Elijah. Uh, I was your hell is you LJ? He says he got mad. This is one of the things he said. He says it's masks. Plural. Why doesn't anybody correct him? How is autumn not fired for being completely ignorant on a news show. Oh, oh, that was wow. The fan. I'm not buying this. That fellas no fan of this show. I'll take care. Wallace. He was Like he do you love you love him. I love you so much, Eric. I just won't take care of you and cuddle. You make sure you're safe. But first time stepping on all of them. Yeah, you go. You go after this. This this person who pretends to be a fair this Wow, he's not done. He says, please clear your throat every 30 seconds loudly. Wow. This study is no no, no, no, no. I know he had problems his child when he had throat this alright, wallets to. Well, I'm getting stuck mean It's Step back here. This, uh this fella is, uh, he's uh What was this Latin? What was Elijah? What was his last comment? He says please Clear your throat every 30 seconds. I know what happened here. I know what happened here. He's got you ever see those novelty radios? The radio stations give out. It must be the only one he has. And they make it so you can't change the station. So this guy does have a good complaint because he can't go anywhere else. So I will try to make his life a little bit better. Oh, how about you Keep talking, Eric, It's not as if you could just change the damn station. That's what I'm saying. Wallace. So why would you be Wallace? Wow. Oh, no, Right. Don't cry. Everybody's not gonna love me As a lover. You gotta watch out. Shut up. He gets emotional guys, Let's let's give him a moment. Because I'm emotional. Don't mean I'm any less A man. Of course not. I think you're more of a man. But I would say to It takes a lot of man to cry like that. Those tears uh what I would say to Elijah is we did the research. There's only one reason the autumn still has Her job on this show, And that's because it annoys the hell out of you. Turns out, Turns out, Take that alive. We are We are so successful as a show. We can actually just kind of, like, just play games with it. And our job here is to annoy you on a daily basis. Elijah Elijah, What's next? What are we talking about? I'm talking about the guy from arrow. Okay, So what did he do? So he's a real star? Then I get. He's a great star. I've never heard of show. I'm number shows. They're very popular. Yeah. What's his name? Stephen Amell. Okay. And what did Stephen Amell? Did you get an Emmy or something? You gotta Amma. He was removed from a flight because he was screaming at his wife. Well, that's not a good idea. So here if you're a famous person to save that from when you get behind the big that's why you have a big fence around your house. The victim, you know anybody in then you can scream at your wife of your celebrity. You don't go do it in public. Was he drunk? I thought he was drunk. Think he was drunk? Why do they serve? Why don't they allow people get drunk on airplanes? It really is. It's fun. You know, you can leave a bar. I can leave a bar. If a person is being just annoying as hell and drunk. I can walk. Eric, Come here, man. Let me tell you. I love you, man. You stay away from me away. It was just joking. It's fine. We got two hours left. Let's relax. There's nowhere to go. You're in a tube, but 30,000 ft during a toothpaste to what people can't people can't control themselves. What do you mean? They can't control themselves. People like this who have some stage issues, so don't give him Don't get him drunk. Don't get him drunk. Got him drunk himself. He got himself got himself drunk, But I mean, you could be if you could be too drunk to get on the plane. How about that? I know when is it's like that's just catch as catch can sometimes flight attendants or are people at the gate? They spot you that you're drunk. Oh, I remember right. But then there are other people that get on a plane. That's super drunk. And no one noticed. Hold on. You used to work. You're a red coat. Right. So primarily a gate agent, But, yeah, I had some pride. Some response, primarily a gate agent. Obviously, Eric, you don't know possibilities. I don't know the delta lingo. But obviously I laugh at people like you don't know how to speak about airplanes and such. But You. Did you have to, like, Why did call the cops several times on people being drunk, So they had to start a thing First, though you couldn't just spot them being drunk. So you mean you can't get first class? Uh, no, sir. You have a class C ticket. And then what? What? What is the start freaking out on me? I'm like I'm like, Oh, yeah. You call the cops, So I had to call the cops Several times. I was taken to arrive that they come from downtown. Fight the.

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"30,000 ft" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"30,000 ft" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"One of its aircraft was involved in an incident Officials say it was a contractor operated aircraft. It crashed about three miles south of the Air Force base. No word on conditions of those on board. Scientists are calling for a more thorough investigation into how the covert 19 virus started and spread. Rich Edson is at the State Department. The United Nations has just opened a massive international health conference to examine ending the pandemic and preventing the next It was still unclear how this one started. A State Department official says the United States learned from contacts and other governments that scientists in the Wuhan lab who were researching Corona viruses had fallen ill in the autumn of 2019 experts from across the world are calling for another investigation Now into the pandemics origins. Months ago, a World Health Organization team visited China and claimed the virus most likely initially spread from bats. And they noted a lab leak was extremely unlike Likely Secretary of State Antony Blinken says there needs to be another investigation into all of this. The U. S and 13. Other governments have all shared their concerns over the accuracy of the World Health Organization's investigation. A new study shows The Fizer and AstraZeneca Coronas vaccines appeared to protect against the virus, The very in first detected in India, British researchers found two doses of the Fizer vaccine proved nearly 90% effective. The AstraZeneca vaccine was found to be 60% effective against the same variant, which the World Health Organization has labeled a variant of concern. Thea upcoming Olympic Games in Japan may be in trouble The State Department has issued a do not travel advisory for Japan, The warning says. Do not travel that Japan do DeKoven 19 it notes. There are restrictions in place that affect American citizens getting into Japan. Tokyo was set to host the Olympics starting in July, President by the selling vulnerable areas of the country to get ready for hurricane season, which officially starts June 1st. And he also warned about expected wildfires in the West. So it's about not about red states and blue states. You'll know that it's about having people's backs and the toughest moments That they face. Ready with food, water, blankets, shelters and more. Governor Newsome is proposing a $2 billion wildfire plan with the state seeing 1000 more fires already this year than this time last year, highly anticipated U. S intelligence report is expected to explain UFO's Jennifer Griffin has more tucked into last year's $2 Trillion appropriations bill is a stipulation inserted by the Trump Administration, which requires national security officials to deliver a report on UFO's to Capitol Hill next month. Four years ago, a pair of F 18 Navy Super Hornet pilots captured on their advanced radar, an unidentified flying object or, as the Pentagon now calls them. Unidentified aerial phenomena, objects with no visible engine or infrared exhaust plumes that reach 30,000 ft and hypersonic speeds spinning like a top while speeding up and slowing.

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"30,000 ft" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"30,000 ft" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"Imagine what it would be like to have your eyeball dissolve and run down your cheek. Yeah, it's gonna be a sweet day here on the Jesse Kelly show. We have told many a cool history story on this show. Today's Very well may topped them all. We have Inflation that is apparently started or run away from us. We're gonna have to talk about that today on the show. The cyber attacks are not going down there going up. We have Rebecca Heinrichs next hour. She has a new article out about what happened on January 6th and why it happened. You're going to want to buckle up for that when I've been talking to her off air. It is going to be a great day, but first, the whole eyeball thing. Let's rewind just a little bit. And go back to World War one. You know, I love World War one. I find it to be the most fascinating conflict out there period. I find it to be more fascinating than World War two, which I know that's crazy, because we were too is so much bigger and more commercialized. And there was war color video and photographs and stuff like that. But World War one changed the world. Let's go set the whole thing up for you. And this is going to be the most 30,000 ft view of 30,000 ft views. Here's the deal. Germany. Focus on them to begin with. Germany is a relatively young country at this time, and I don't know if that's even fair to say, because the Germanic states that eventually formed Germany had been around a long time, and those peoples have been around, but Germany itself being one unified country by World War one time it's like 50 years old. This in today, just got there. But They're German. And German people are incredible people. Frankly, they are Meticulous, disciplined, focused and the German people back then were building a juggernaut of a country. Their economy was booming. Their fertility rate was booming. Absolutely through the roof. See, we don't talk about that much now Executive uncomfortable, but People getting married and making babies is actually really important thing for a nation and there they were just cranking them out in Germany. Their military booming. And they have a little bit of an inferiority complex. Why? Because they're kind of so new And as the new kid on the block. They're looking around, and they're looking at France. Looking at Britain. We're looking at Russia. You know what they're saying to themselves? Mm. Why does Britain France. What? Why did they have so many colonies around the world? Colonies were such a huge thing back then I can't properly describe for you. How much of a prestige thing it was to have colonies. The setting aside the economic value of having colonies were getting spices from here. We're getting rubber from their setting, setting that aside it all setting aside the military aspect of having colonies. Britain did this all the time. They just don't go to war and Oh, hey, Canada. Yeah, I need a couple 100,000 troops. Go ahead and send them over here, please. Setting aside that just prestige alone, you had to have some or you weren't really considered to be one of the big boys. Germany looks around and says, I'm stronger than Britain. I'm stronger than France and and they might have been that that's that's tough to tell. Why don't we have more colonies? And they're just fought a war. The Franco Prussian war. So these were people who were Maura than willing to make war..

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"30,000 ft" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"30,000 ft" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Everybody knows it. And the 30,000 FT View from here is how do you like identity politics? This is critical race theory at work. This is defining people by their ethnicity and informing a politics on that basis. Sean and I were talking the other day, and his belief is he takes in a lot More of that end of the Twitter feed than I do is that Trump is the only thing holding the Democrats that the left together. Trump holds the left together and that they all hate Trump. But if he didn't have that single loads start to focus on shore. There's so much disagreement left over, you know, woke ism or critical race theory or Israel, Palestine or so many different things you could get into. Yeah, Homeless architectures. Exactly. Exactly. Maybe Yeah, we're using the example of the cities that are building their benches so people can't sleep on him and some of the left rising up. Opposition about with that state and everything. Well, sure, anytime the cops try to clear out the bombing junkie camp there the enormous demonstrations against it. Yeah, well, getting back to the squad people. They are absolutely radicals. They are dangerous. They if they're thinking infects the American people as effectively as it seems to be. That's not good. On. They're still swapping missiles there in Israel. So that's that story, and we'll keep you updated on it. The very slogan of our country e pluribus, you know, um out of many one That is hotly disputed by your Abram ex Candies and your squad and folks of that bend. The idea that we should unite is a country is obscene to them. We should separate Separate by every conceivable measure Black from white from Hispanic from handicap from lesbians or whatever terrible Ellen the generous, announced yesterday that she's a leaving her show after 19 years. She no longer finds it's challenging and she's going to step down at from Isn't she that one of the top paid people I know you went through the salaries of this Not long ago. She makes because zillions of dollars off of that show. Oh, yeah. You want to get rich? Do a show for house rows in the middle of the day. Unlike the judge Judy's of the world who will hang on that gig until they're dead or or Dr Phil or whoever she's walking away from a gold mine of a show. I'm sure she's got She got more money than she could spend anyway. Yeah, but Shell and things got a little ugly since those rumors came out or stories that she was a cruel taskmaster. Whatever was I could force myself to pay attention. No, and I don't care. But, she says that didn't have anything to do with it. She just doesn't feel it's a challenge anymore, which Maybe maybe she'll go back to stand up. I don't know. Um, I way got to figure out how to get a chunk of that daytime TV money. I don't know. I don't know what What do you got to talk about? Every single day. What topics You need to be on? I don't care. You just tell me Just put the words on the teleprompter. I'll read them best I can alright. Brought to you by tied a whiter whites and brighter colors. Just because we're talking about who makes the most money, Ellen generous. One of them, Connor McGregor, according to Forbes is the richest athlete in the world. Boy, Did he have a 2020? I didn't know this. It was just a few years ago, He was getting up with five o'clock every morning, six days a week and go on and working as a plumber 12 hours a day. Just to make a living living on his mom's floor, I think, Wow, yeah, he was in a sharing a room with his girlfriend in his mom's house, and he had a 12 are a day, six days a week. Job is a plumber on the floor of those mom wouldn't let him up on the sofa like a dog. Last year, he made $180 million, making him far and away the top paid athlete in the world, and he sucker punched an old guy in the head, and he's a bit of a scumbag. Crazy person. Well, he's crazy yahoos. Seeking a crazy when Colorado deputies responded to a call of a dead body. What they found will shock you stay tuned to be shocked are strong and getting Do.

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"30,000 ft" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"30,000 ft" Discussed on KTRH

"Misbehaving at 30,000. Ft is probably not a good idea. Here's the headlining massless airline passenger blew his nose into a blanket. He now faces a $10,500. Fine. Hey, gone. Are we finding him for not wearing a mask? Are we finding him for blowing his nose into a blanket? By the way, please remember that the next time you're on board a plane, you feel little chilly. And the and the flight attendant wants no. Would you like a blanket? No, No, thanks. I'll pass on the blanket because those blankets don't get washed on a regular basis. Just so, you know, um Here's what the penalties of all it actually the penalty is for a combination of all of the above. They asked him to put on a mask. He was bludgeoned. He wouldn't do it. And I guess is sort of the final up yours. To the flight crew. He blew his nose into a blanket. That was sort of the combination of the whole thing. I'm guessing things didn't go real well for him when they got to wherever their destination Watts just ignorant it is it is. Yep. Understand punch you get past your discussed. That's just it is. It doesn't get you anything but trouble and it won't change the airline policy. And I understand you don't want to wear a mask. But you knew when you got on board that private carrier that that was what was required. So instead let's just lobby with the airlines to drop like we should be continuing the lobby lobby with the CDC due to drop these stupid Bhaskar rules. Because you see on CNN. By the way, I'll give them credit. They were actually grilling the CDC director for four work. Where does it show you that? Where does the research tell you that? We need to be wearing masks right now, Especially people who have been vaccinated. She had no answer. They had. No, they have no evidence. Get no, There is no evidence there. We're just supposed to do is we're told exactly right. And so I understand why you feel little belligerent about being told to wear a mask. But again 30,000 Ft ain't the place is not the place to do that. That's ignorant time for traffic.

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U.S. Intelligence Agencies Warn Of Heightened Domestic Extremism Threat

All Things Considered

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. Intelligence Agencies Warn Of Heightened Domestic Extremism Threat

"The office of the director of National Intelligence says domestic violent extremists pose a growing threat in 2021. NPR's Ryan Lucas has more the new unclassified assessment from U. S intelligence agencies. The one page executive summary from the intelligence community provides a 30,000 ft view of the threat of domestic extremism. Report says that individual domestic violent extremists or small cells of them are more likely to conduct attacks than extremist organizations. The intelligence community also says that racist or militia, violent extremists pose the most lethal homegrown threat. Report concludes that recent socio political developments like the attack on the U. S Capitol, and the cove in 19 pandemic will almost certainly prompt some extremists to take up violence. White Supremacist, meanwhile, are the homegrown extremists with the most persistent and concerning overseas

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U.S. Intelligence Agencies Warn Of Heightened Domestic Extremism Threat

BBC World Service

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. Intelligence Agencies Warn Of Heightened Domestic Extremism Threat

"News. I'm Shea Stevens, the office of the director of National Intelligence, says domestic violent extremists are posing a greater threat. In the United States. NPR's Ryan Lucas has more on the newly unclassified assessment from intelligence agencies. The one page executive summary from the intelligence community provides a 30,000 ft view of the threat of domestic extremism. Report says that individual domestic violent extremists or small cells of them are more likely to conduct attacks than extremist organizations. The intelligence community also says that racist or militia, violent extremists pose the most lethal homegrown threat. Report concludes that recent socio political developments like the attack on the U. S Capitol, and the cove in 19 pandemic will almost certainly prompt some extremists to take up violence. White Supremacist, meanwhile, are the homegrown extremists with the most

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"30,000 ft" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"30,000 ft" Discussed on 600 WREC

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Surveillance And Local Police: How Technology Is Evolving Faster Than Regulation

Fresh Air

06:11 min | 1 year ago

Surveillance And Local Police: How Technology Is Evolving Faster Than Regulation

"Are used to the idea of that American intelligence services, such as the National Security Agency have enormous capacities to track our phone calls, emails and movements. And we hope that rational and constitutional rules for their use are set by our elected leaders. But our guest journalist John Fast Man says most of us don't realize that thousands of police departments across the country also have access to some really powerful surveillance tools with relatively little oversight. There are devices that scan and store the locations of thousands of auto license plates they encounter randomly on the street. Portable gadgets called Sting rays that Elektronik Lee mimic a cell phone tower and get every mobile phone within range to yield its data and cameras, cameras everywhere increasingly with facial recognition software. Fast ones. New book explores these new technologies, the questions they raise about privacy and the controls he believes citizen should impose on the agencies that use them. His book is we see it all Liberty and justice in an age of perpetual surveillance. John Fast Man is the U. S. Digital editor for the Economist and the author of Two novels. He joins me from his home in suburban New York. John Fast Man. Welcome to Fresh Air. You know this book races? Ah lot of skeptical questions about law enforcement. And I'd like to begin by just having you explain what kind of time you spent with police officers and police chiefs and sheriffs and others. Observing their practice and getting their point of view. Well over the course of my report and going back to 2010. When I was the Atlanta correspondent for the Economist, I've I've written a great deal about criminal justice issues, and I've embedded with a number of departments over the past decade for this book. In particular, I probably spent the most time with the LAPD. I went out with their patrol division. And I spent time with with Sean Danowski, who was then an assistant chief learning about a predictive policing program They use called prayed pole and we can talk about that later. I also embedded for several days with the Newark Police Department. Toe learn about how technology is used by police officers in their day to day job. So one of the one of the challenges and writing about this is that I would hear about this technology from tech companies and from police chiefs from a sort of 30,000 ft view, But I really wanted to see how police officers as they work integrate technology into their daily jobs, how it changes the sort of practice Of being a police officer. Okay, So let's talk about some of these technologies. One of the things, of course, that people are aware of his video surveillance. I mean, there are You know, security cameras in so many places that police typically Consult after there are crimes and given areas, But you're looking at ways that this is being expanded in, particularly in Newark, New Jersey police have something called citizen Virtual Patrol. You don't explain what this is how it works. Sure, the Citizen Virtual Patrol is a network of cameras placed throughout the city. These air public cameras now one of the things when you talk about CCTV cameras, the overall majority of them are privately owned. But these citizen virtual patrol Is the network composed of publicly owned cameras that people can access from a laptop. Now the idea behind this was to sort of allow people to observe and perhaps testified of crimes from behind a veil of anonymity. So it gives people an eye on the entire city and let people see what's going on. And John. When you say people, you mean just ordinary citizens, Anybody can dial up and look through these cameras. So that's right. A citizen anywhere can log into this citizens Virtual Patrol of Newark, So I live about 50 Miles north of New York, and I could log in at my desk and see the feed from any one of the 126 cameras that the New York Public Safety Department is placed around the city. It seems a little intrusive, right? I mean, somebody who just wants to be a busy body. I guess. Other people would say it's no different from looking out a window, right? You're not peeping into somebody's apartment. What concerns does this race? That's right, technically. The cameras don't show anything that an observer on the street couldn't see so that shows public streets. It's not aimed at anyone's apartment. It's not looking inside anyone's window. On the other hand. It does show people's yards, where they have a slightly higher expectation of privacy, and it could provide some information that people wouldn't want known about. For instance, if I'm you know, let's say I had an ex who lived in Newark and I was watching the camera trained on her house. If I saw her leave with some suitcases and then saw no activity at her house for a couple of days. I could surmise that she wasn't there. I could also know when she goes out when she comes home who comes to a house all these things that of course I could. I could find out if I observed her in front of her house. But that would make me visible. This renders me invisible and it lets me observe, lets anyone who logs in observed an enormous swath of the city. So that's another thing. I think we need to think about when we're thinking of police technologies, and that is that any single instance maybe unobjectionable, but when it comes to scale, you're talking about something very different. Do the police think that it's been helpful. Have there been any complaints or any notable benefits to you know, to law enforcement from having all of these windows on the street? The police do think it's been helpful. The police think it helps people keep an eye on their neighborhood. I think the idea was that a citizen of a certain neighborhood could keep an eye on what was happening around her without sort of making herself known to other people around her as as someone who's watching, So it lets her Keep an eye on what's happening around her behind that veil of anonymity and the Newark police think that's good public safety. On the other hand, I spoke to the director almost Sinha, who's the director of the value of New Jersey, who made the same point that that I just made that what we're talking about is it scale quite different and the camera sort of give information about people in their private activities. That you wouldn't necessarily want to know, and that if you did try to find out, you would be observed. This lets you do so anonymously and invisibly and that anonymity. Invisibility has benefits, according to the Newark police, and also detriments, according to U S. C. L U

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"30,000 ft" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"30,000 ft" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Meal kits may keep nibbling at grocer share, but that momentum could slow down once covert 19 restrictions ease with vaccinations. Walk us through the story. Let's welcome Bloomberg intelligence, senior industry analysts Diana Jones, Diana, Thanks so much for joining us here, talk to us about the meal kit business gives a sense of 30,000 ft. View of what this industry looks like, and then we'll talk about pre pandemic and post pandemic. So your kids is really a sector that Took off with Colvin 19. That's mostly driven by the fact that most of us have been spending a lot of time at home and home cooking. A Z increased massively, but consumers are still looking for that convenience off everything. Groceries delivered at the door and easy recipes to fall and ever quick dinner ready during the week. OK, so just listen to how big this industry is because it seems like Pre pandemic. I didn't really hear too much about that. Sure, so looking according to our now is is looking at the larch broad food market. The milk. It's industry is very niche segment. It doesn't It was well, not all consumers, which Have either the income or the willingness to spend, um, online to purchase food online. But that's that changed with the pandemic with the fact that More off the groceries. Purchases moved to e commerce and the mill kids moved along with that it's still a very small share off after bull. Industry. But if we compare milk, it's with the addressable market off restaurant's delivery, which was also a big winner during the pandemic than mill kids can be Double at the double decides off restaurant delivery on that's really coming from the fact that it's more affordable and they still More convenient than doing the whole shopping and cooking from scratch Our most of these milk it's kind of ready to made me just kind of have to heat him up when they come home. So l A fresh is the world way there in meeting your kids. It took over even the US rival will apron. Um With very strong competition, and some discounts is well, but the difference off milk it is you get the ingredients. Oh, portions just need todos some minor cooking and There's some recipe cards that is very easy to follow Tol part. Even consumers that don't have any cooking skills can work at milk it as a way to To start. Um but then l a fresh is extending their their markets by being able to offer more meal choices across Different price points with different brands, and that's strategy that's worked in the U. S. So it's not only addressing the top counseled by income. It's managing to go down and with more value, um price boxes. It can reach. Other also holds other consumers as well intercepts looking at the stock up over 200% year today, so clearly, they've been a huge beneficiary of this pandemic in the various lockdowns around the world, give us a sense of how this industry and a company like a Hello fresh. How their business changed in March of 2020, who in March 2020. They started saying that, uh, the capacity Was starting to get stretched as we moved from from that pandemic declaration. That was especially the case in the U. S. Where the company was already operating close to capacity, So actually, there were some Those trains there, and some kinds were lost in the U. S market because the company couldn't go as aggressively with discounted boxes to reach new consumers. New customers. So that's what that was one of the issues, but they quickly moved on on that was the difference compared to full apron. Every fresh was able to move very quickly, adding capacity and Reaching in trick you rebound even in the U. S market, where they were able to come up with more boxes for four clients. Such were interesting in this in this ocean really on. Obviously, the ready to hit as you were mentioning is unaltered native and L fresh, um Position in recently two weeks ago. Off factors. 75 is a reflection that they are expecting these search off 2022. Cool off in next year and 7 21, especially towards the end, If if we have those vaccinations for most of the population in in place, so I talked to Sela competition. You know, you go into a supermarket today, and it seems to be a more and more Free made food If you wouldn't have to kind of go home and heated, it seems like even supermarkets are getting in the act of you know, either pre making meals or just, you know, frozen meals or something like that. It's so how does some of these, you know, Delivery kid cos. How do they deal with that? Yes, Definitely. So there's um There's that as well. So we have more supermarkets. Um, that's are either the wavering their own boxes. Um, way. See that here in the UK with the Morrisons, one of one of the big supermarkets? Um And so there's the boxes that they cannot for markets can also deliver to our door and we do our grocery shopping more traditionally delivered home. But there's also those for two oceans where supermarkets have the already the infrastructure, The logistics, um cooking the food in store and being able to package that with groceries that we can order it. Same time. So the top freedoms retailer, It's what we're always doing that at the moment. That contributed to eat commerce, elves doubling and think the cyst epidemic started. So there's, uh, competition from different different spaces, Not only the restaurant delivery that I was mentioning before, as well. Diana. Thank you. So much for joining us for a fascinating discussion of the home food business. Our thanks to Bloomberg intelligence, senior industry analysts Diana gums coming up on the program. Why big is certainly better in the global asset business. You're listening to Bloomberg Intelligence on Bloomberg Radio, providing in depth research.

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"30,000 ft" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"30,000 ft" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And states are counting. I'm Mary Corsetti Fox News. The Trump campaign has filed lawsuits and Pennsylvania, Michigan and Georgia in an effort to contest the ballot counts so far in those critical states and President Trump held a press conference today regarding the counting of mail in ballots, I think from the 30,000 ft level. What we saw here is a president who was looking at the numbers tightening in races in places like Georgia and in Pennsylvania and looking at the results of what's coming in Arizona, even though his campaign says that Ultimately, he'll prevail in Arizona, looking at the numbers in Nevada, a CZ they beginning to expand for Joe Biden, and I believe what we saw is a president who believes that at the end of the day when all of these votes are counted, the election is not going to go his way. So he is trying to plan an alternate route to retain the White House, the president saying. I think we will win easily. There is going to be a lot of litigation, and I believe that this is going to end up at the Supreme Court. Fox's John Roberts. Meanwhile, Democratic nominee Joe Biden is asking for patients. As state's finished counting, adding that he has no doubt he will be the winner. But protests are raging across the country, as key battleground states are still counting those mail in votes in Philadelphia Thursday, dueling demonstrations were held outside the Pennsylvania Convention Center where ballots are being counted. Pro Biden protesters outnumbered supporters of the president. The two sides separated by barricades were peaceful. Wednesday night in Phoenix, hundreds of the president's supporters rallied outside the Maricopa County Election Center, the group Criticised the decision by Fox News to call the state for Joe Biden. Demonstrators say the president can still win the state and demanded of fair count. Trump backers also protested outside a ballot counting facility.

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"30,000 ft" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"30,000 ft" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Mentioned the president of the Indiana license Beverage Association. Joining us at 5 20 to talk about how Ah small business. Small restaurant owners, Mom and pop joints are being negatively affected by these Oppressive lock down restrictions in Marion County, then at 5 30, the coach Dan Dockage from one of 75. The fan going is going to join us. One of the things I want to know from Coach Rob is Rob Campbell filling in for him. One of things I want to know from coaches is Watching sports over the past few months is they have slowly made a comeback in September's just exploding with sports. But there's been no fans in the stands, no fans, golf courses, maybe some at NASCAR races, some But for the most part It doesn't make it, You know, especially in major league baseball stadiums, huge stadiums. They have not let any fans in. It seems to me. Oh, Indianapolis Motor Speedway seems like perfect. Place to socially distance at a limited capacity. Don't you? Wouldn't you agree? Are you questioning the competence of decision making process of our elected leaders and pressure they're putting on set organization. You okay? No, I'm just saying, Look, it would make perfect sense. That Let me let me flip it around. It doesn't make any sense at all that I was allowed to fly to Florida on a plane. 30,000 ft in the air with Ah, you know, as Holcomb call it, It's like a plane is a Petri dish. Yes, Now social. Now Southwest had like limited Seeding. Yes, right. Dade Social distance eating. My poor mother flew down a day after with us on one of those budget airlines packed in like sardines. Packed in like sardines, but I, but I asked the question for many months during Cove it it makes no sense that I can stand 1 ft away from someone at a Wal Mart but can't be 6 ft. Away from someone in the Windies. None of it makes any sense. So I want to know from coach what he thinks is his experience watching sports. What That's been like without the fans, and I want to know about the ratings in the end. A I want to know about. You know what he thinks about the big 10? Is there a possibility football? That's about an hour from now, with coach Dockage. Now the reason why we're talking about fans in the stands is because of the Indianapolis cultures made a little announcement, The Colts have announced their official attendance policy full house. No. But there better not be any dancing at Lucas oil you can come in, but no dancing when the music comes on. And I've been hearing some of the stadiums around the league have been estimating, like 25% capacity 50% not even 50% of heard some pretty low numbers, but this number that the Cold's announced today. Is interesting. Is that the word you're go ng to you? They're going first of all the cold season kicks off a week from Sunday down in Jacksonville kick off at one o'clock. But when they finally returned Lucas oil, the cultural Let 2500 fans in How many Not Not. Not 25,000 to 25 2500. Doesn't the Lucas oil hold about 70,000 People night, baby steps, rob baby steps That's basically like I think I did the math, like one out of every 28 seats or something like that. I have not heard you. You know that email in 40 that he'd say how they're going to Distribute how it's going to be a lottery system or something like that, right or is such the Colts are developing a process for limiting the number of tickets to the September 20th game. Cold staff, man, blah, blah, blah, blah, cripple cripple crab. The team will really specific health and safety procedures for 2020 Home games, which will also include requirements for fans and stadium employees on Game days Week. No, no, no indication of how we're going to be able to purchase. It's got to be some sort of lottery system. Let's see your as such the culture developing a process. A cz well, is a process to address those who already purchased a single game ticket to the home opener or a four game ticket pack that included this game, so no, they have no idea yet. It's always good to make a statement without a plan or an idea less than 4% in Lucas Oil for the first Colts game. Look at this point. I think people are just happy that sports are back and then the NFL is going through with their season. So you know, and I know we're probably doing this with coach but I find like, you know, I love golf. We got golf upon the ship up right now. I haven't noticed the fans. Not there at all right with golf. Yet to me, Baseball is completely ruined. Without fans. It is. It's jarring. It is an amazing It's smart by sport and those stadiums so huge from for baseball. And I don't understand why they couldn't have at least like I said, bye. Hammers in the air flying to Vegas right now. 35,000 ft on a frontier airline packed in again like sardines, He said Just a full flight, But you can't You can't figure out a way to put some fans in the stands and baseball. And what if you said every six seats? I mean, whatever. You're easily enforced. That sure s Oh, there you go. The Colts have announced their attendance policy. For the 2020 seasons. Hopefully, it'll change. Maybe, you know, maybe there once there's a vaccine. There's rumors of a vaccine in November. I'm Kyle to go first. Maybe they'll be handing out free doses of the vaccine at Colts game's Imagine Donald Trump showing up in a cold game free vaccines and hydroxy Clara Quinn, get your hot tea here. Meet my friend who owns Wendy's. Afterwards He mentioned his buddy of Ah, I can imagine Donald Trump is one of the vendors get surrender. Zaheer Hydroxy! Chloe, Quick. You know what? I just love with trump the way he'll just casually mentioned things like you and I might be like, Hey, we got a buddy who works at the Windies. He'll get your burger Hook up. Trump, my friend who was with you. Can you find that road? Quick, Kyle, it is. Let's love Let's play that again. As long as we're referencing. That was like the last. Ah Trump Dash McDonald's band Straws, Can you Can you find that? Go ahead, Go ahead with them. They want to ban strong. Hold on this trash was at his rally. Stop it! This was at his rally yesterday in Pennsylvania and listen, don't mention his buddy that owns Windies. They want to ban straws. Has anybody ever tried those paper straw? Is it not working? They want a man strong, So I said, Well, you know, I've had a couple of meals at McDonald's etcetera over the years. Wendy's friend of mine owns Wendy's. I'll Give it a plug. Okay, Buddy Minoans. Wendy's Got me a deal. 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