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Bill Maher Criticizes Liberal Media Over Inflammatory COVID-19 Reporting

The Dan Bongino Show

01:15 min | 1 d ago

Bill Maher Criticizes Liberal Media Over Inflammatory COVID-19 Reporting

"Liberals will believe anything They think COVID is the deadliest thing the deadliest disease in the history of humankind You doubt me Jim queue up Bill Maher We get enough time for that right Play Bill Maher He has Bill Maher left this calling out the leftist media for constantly lying to lives who then believe it because their suckers check this out I have to cite a survey that was in The New York Times which is liberal paper so they weren't looking for this answer They were talking about the question was what do you think the chances are that you would have to go to the hospital if you got COVID And Democrats thought that was way higher than Republicans 41% of the answer is between one and 5% 41% of Democrats thought it was over 50% Another 28% thought it was 20 to 49% So 70% of Democrats thought it was way way way higher than it really was Liberal media has to take a little responsibility for that They're scaring the out of people And the reason why I'm bringing this up is because it's much harder for every touring act to sell tickets in blue states Oh interesting They're afraid to go out of the house I see Or as in red states it's all good to go Exactly There it is

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08:24 min | 1 d ago

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"The staff of the satirical newspaper. The onion woke up on the morning after nine eleven and they had to do the impossible. Put out a new issue filled with jokes hilarious headlines about the news of the day. You see the dilemma. How did a group of anti-establishment comedy writers traumatized all of their fellow new yorkers create something funny in meaningful in the wake of tragedy. That's just one of the stories in nine twelve. The new podcast series for my colleagues pineapple street studios and amazon music. In each episode of nine twelve host. Danta burski tells the stories of characters whose lives would never be the same after september eleventh and through them we begin to realize that there are new lessons to be learned and then we just might have enough distance now from nine eleven to make sense of some things. We couldn't understand before. Follow nine twelve wherever you get your podcasts or you can binge all seven episodes right now on amazon music or with wondering plus as you might have heard i've been talking about this company called artifact what they do is they help you capture the life stories of your loved ones and create something that and feels like a podcast. But it's just for you and one of the things that people have mentioned to me after hearing about artifact is they're not totally sure where they're start turns out kinda hard. Tell your life story but artifact makes it super easy because they break it up into chapters. There's like a childhood and teenage years chapter. There's a coming of age chapter. There's a family life and career chapter. They have professional interviewers come in and conduct these interviews. And here's another thing. It used to cost four hundred seventy five bucks to make one of these three chapter life stories with artifact but now they're doing it for just two hundred ninety nine dollars. That is an incredible price for the level of audio production. That you're getting and that's really what artifact does go to hey artifact dot com and click get started. The interview lasts about a half an hour. You just do it over the phone. Bottomline artifact is your shortcut to creating something you'll keep coming back to and right now you can save twenty bucks on your first artifact when you enter the code. Seventy that's seven zero get started at. Hey artifact dot com. How did you get comfortable talking about sex. You've asked a very good question a very hard question because nobody ever talked. I don't ever remember having earned the conversation but in growing up on a farm. Course you see all the sex. Among all of the animal announced he understood that and my parents were as they were never through conservative. They taught us to love everybody and to do our best. But they didn't talk to you about the birds and the bees learn learned more about the birds in the bays our Bank kotex there is a little booklet by put out that explained menstruation about birds in the back candidate thing. I i still have one at brag about it but they put out in when you bought boxes kotex. I don't know that they make so takes anymore. And just last week told trojan week spent two years working on the trojan bible and plus i know what boys they need to know the. You know the facts and now we need to put all of that together. In a little book turned thirteen to fourteen. Wherever the magic age it may puberty before and we need to send them a sample of all the condom. Get it on the birthday. I don't think they thought that was that idea. But think it was a bad idea but you know just so. I'm clear you're telling me that you're still like working with trojan. Yes i was chairman of the what. We saw tation trojan sexual health advisory committee. So are they going to do it. I don't think running do it. But at the that that was most valuable little book on sexual health. But i had we didn't have arabia. We didn't have tv. We didn't have the things y'all when you're in that like that room with trojan or just generally when you're talking about sex now at eighty seven. How is it different. Probably in that. I think everybody's more relaxed and nobody is flying up you. We talked about sexists pleasure. You know nobody could talk about sexist pleasure but you know a response was not meant to be a baby and i'll never forget. I was on a plane working on the speech and there was a group of parents. They were flying the sweetener someplace and asked her out. Well ninety nine percent of sex about pleasure in this old actor elders you need to add more nine to that nine point nine and but you know it got. It was easy as more and more people accepted talked about it was it became easier easier. will move. I headed talk about sex. It was talking about masturbation. We was really trying to prevent age. You have to remember nineteen ninety two. I was really about can prevent hiv and at the world fades conference. I was asked about how to prevent age. And actually let. Let's talk about the abc. The wade's prevention a is for accident. But we're sexual banned from the time we were born telegram With i be is be faithful as a you know. A lot of people aren't faithful people See use a latex condom and then people say why doctor condoms will break other wearing show literally blow condoms. They use a balloon or steakho- bologna in still wouldn't break and d- do other things and then they asked me. Well what did i mean do things. Well that was when we talk about ashton station At the conference ask being gave a long talk about masturbation. And i said one of the things we know. It's never 'cause anybody to get go blind. Never 'cause anybody to lose their mind and always know you're having sex with somebody love self love right and so there's there's this moment at that conference at that confront big question and regard to masturbation. I think that that is something that it's part of human sexuality and it is a part of something that should be taught but we've not even taught our children the very basics and i feel that we have tried ignorance for very long time. And it's time we try. Education didn't thinking everything most people have conferencing them up too much about it given vomit right but on the way back the reporter who went with me and he asked me Thank people are going to be concerned about. That matt said well ninety percent of men masturbate a and we have probably sixty seven eighty percent of women mash debate and then the rest lie but then it became a huge deal. Became a world deal a world deal.

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"I know this program. Seventy over seventy but I really wish i were younger. I wish over seventy. But i am ready. I'm seventy two years sogo seventy-five. Miraculously i m eighty three years. Eighty eight years old. I'm here at ninety to ninety..

Rep. Chip Roy Reacts to Biden Withholding Monoclonal Antibodies From Florida and Texas

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 5 d ago

Rep. Chip Roy Reacts to Biden Withholding Monoclonal Antibodies From Florida and Texas

"Is even more horrifying And we have the Montgomery County judge here in Texas, which is near Houston. Who posted on Facebook yesterday, the day before. I'm not sure if you saw it where he right. He wrote out the 2000 Texans that were benefiting from the treatment that they had put in place to have a clinic or set up there to run these mono monoclonal antibody treatment. And it was successful. And this is where the vaccinated and unvaccinated and then now you've got the Democratic leadership in Washington coming in and saying no, no, no. We're going to step in and interfere with the market and create a problem that didn't really exist. And I look, I wrote a letter to the HHS on Monday, lighting them on fire about this and raising this issue up the flagpole and then load the whole We get 24 hours later, they were gonna have a briefing on Friday. We had that briefing today, Mark And I asked twice. I got cut off. And then I got back in Q asking a second time. Hey, how many, Uh, doses do you currently have a supply? How many can be made per month and what's the demand? You tell me the numbers. You show me how there's some massive national shortage that you've got to interfere, and they would never answer the question. Literally, he said. Well, we'll just have to get back to you. The numbers to wait you're stepping in and rationing care. Rationing what Texas can get, and you can't even tell me what the numbers are its political. They started off of saying seven states have 70% of the demand on this stuff and get never mind in January. It'll be 10 different states Mark because we know how this virus works. And yet that's what they're doing. It's political. It's purposeful and people's lives at stake. And they're doing it because they don't want to talk about treatment. Not just this. But after cork wine back when that was more effective. Let me tell you something about, uh Hattrick chloroquine. I've been taking that for months. Have heart disease and asthma. Has an harm me in any way.

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"Ever. Since we launched seventy over seventy we've been hearing from people who wanna capture the kinds of stories and conversations. You've been hearing on the show with people in their own lives and a friend of mine. His name is george. He just started this company. It's called artifact. That does exactly they set the person that you want to hear from up with a professional interviewer someone. Who's really really good at guiding people through stories and memories and then they take those interviews and they edit them into private podcast quality episodes. That sound. kind of like what. You've been hearing on seventy over seventy. I mean into microphones all day every day. But it's been wonderful to use artifact to hear from some people in my life and make something really beautiful. That's just for us. All you do is go to. Hey artifact dot com you just choose the type of interview you like to do. There's a whole bunch of options or you can create your own and then artifact makes it super easy to book the interview on their website. The interview only lasts like half an hour. You do it over the phone. What you end up with. Is this thing that you'll keep coming back to again year after year right. Now you can say forty bucks on your first artifact when you enter the code. Seventy that's seven zero get started today at artifact dot com When you were talking about how the idea of time speeds up exponentially as you get older. Maybe it's just walk into the garage but like when do you feel that speeding up you know. I think that it's a it's a pervasive feeling. Max is like when i get up. I don't need an alarm. I get up around three forty five to four thirty a. m. i wanna be up before the sun. I wanna see the first first late in the morning and not missing. I don't want to miss anything. And i feel it all day. I'm going over to play tennis match. And i'm so engrossed with the energy drink i'm drinking on the way over. I'm thinking about my serve. Am i finally going to get that that. Snap at the top of the serb. And when i get there. I play as if i'm at wimbledon and believe me it's nothing like wimbledon but all day long i'm imbued with this feeling of that. Oh my god that was. That was a worthwhile our so. I'm i'm more engaged and more aware than i presence your word than i've ever been in my life. I'm not. I'm really not trying to make light of the wave your life. Would you just described completely exhausting to me. Totally totally exhausting. You know there. There are people and my mother was really good at saying she said you are. You're so exhausting to be around. So i take that as a compliment but you can imagine a my end. Yeah i put a lot of energy out but look clearly. I get from it you know. I'm i'm hi. i'm on high. Do seeing that high. There's a connection between those two that you were just saying so. I asked you what your doubts were. And what i heard you saying was. I don't know how much longer i will be in control. I don't know how much longer. I'll be able to live my life in the way that i want to live it. Does that sound right. it does. And then there's this other piece of it which is you feel this time. Speeding up and it just gives you energy to do everything and your energy drink is a celestial experience. You know. I think that. I'm wondering about is. Is there something negative or scary in there. You know what i mean. This idea that you're gonna lose control that the clock is ending. I understand how it fuels you to live your life the way you want to but is there any way in which it stops you or hold you back or just scares you said well wasn't necessarily going to share this but i will tell you that on november ninth twenty twenty after waking up. Every day the way. I described it to you feeling like a million bucks. I woke up with extreme ten level pain in both shoulders. Both roy's and the neck. It took me eleven or twelve minutes literally to get out of bed. I thought i have a. ls. Do i have ms is lupus. But how could. I have gone to bed last night. One hundred percent and wake up with with something. I just can't understand so we took three weeks. But i was diagnosed with a fairly rare thing called. Poly myalgia rheumatic. And i'm doing a lot better. Now i'm back to playing tennis but this is my first little hint that i am. I'm only human. I if do live to ninety or one hundred. I'm going to go through decline i. It's been hard for me to learn. I used to think my will can overcome anything. But this little paulie myalgia romantika has sort of taught me taught me to say i'm going to see that i'm going to go through things i'm going to go through some degeneration a body and or mind and i better just get some grace with it. Sounds like you've done a lot of work to process it in a in. A classic diana's fashion like i just attacked the thing but tell me a little bit more. About what those eleven or twelve minutes for like. When you couldn't get out of bed. I was scared i called. Bonnie bonnie stoll by the way is my best friend for forty years now and i used to be her trader and then many years later in my sixties she became my trainer but she came over and by the time she came over. I was standing up a barely walking and i- i- catastrophes. I went to the point like this is never going to get better. This is the way i'm gonna live from now on. This is life for me now. I went from being bad ass to debilitated in the overnight. When you say you. Catastrophe does does panicked. I wasn't a bit of a panic. And i will say that. That's that's one negative trait. I've had you know you could people think. Oh you're so positive. You think he can do everything. No i worry about everything before. It happens but bonnie's always saying to me. It's good to be prepared but don't get stuck on. What if this happens. And what if that happens. What if i lose. And what have i know. I don't make it and what about you. Just just stay calm and revised that that might be one of the outcomes. You're losing or you're not making it or you're failing and you'll deal with that but don't sit in a place of what if that's probably what's going to happen right. There's something about the way you're describing it right. Searing pain unable to move that fuel. So reminiscent of your worst moments in the water from that from the outside clicked right being stung by those box jellyfish. Just being unable to move vomiting your your body giving out when when you just told me that story all i was thinking about what these descriptions of you on these epochs swims but did not feel that way to you. Did you panic in the water. No maybe during the box. Jellyfish i thought am i gonna die. Here is 'cause. I was really having trouble breathing. The whole law professional medical team university of miami. Er doctors were having trouble reviving me We weren't sure and many people have died being stung. It's called the irukandji syndrome..

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Where Juvenile Detention Looks More Like Teens Hanging Out

70 Million

01:31 min | Last week

Where Juvenile Detention Looks More Like Teens Hanging Out

"A group of about three dozen excited teenagers listening to an announcement by apache county judge. Michael lethem this'll be something that'll be here for decades and you've got so it's early fall. Twenty seventeen in. This is the grand opening of saint. John's first center dedicated to teams. Letham is introducing. the people will be running it. Victor more news here pretty much every day as well as victor in polar smiling facing the energetic teens their probation officers in other words they work for the county but they dress in civilian year t shirts jeans baseball caps because they've been tapped by judge leith them to run this new facility the loft legacy teen center. It's a county run resource and activity center in the small town where kids often can't find much to do or people to talk to. It was like right at the end of my freshman year into the summer of my freshman year. I heard about it. I was like. Oh that's cool. I didn't think anything of it. I didn't think it would be this. Cool hannah wilkinson was there and then i walked. Tv's there's pool table. There's all this cool stuff for kids to do and it was really exciting.

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Why Should You Trust Joe Biden Over Your Personal Healthcare Provider?

Mark Levin

01:35 min | Last week

Why Should You Trust Joe Biden Over Your Personal Healthcare Provider?

"Anybody else. Joe Biden gave to me a frightening speech. This evening. No, I believe in these vaccines. I'm not in ever of action, but I believe you should consult your own doctor. That the government Television hosts even radio hosts. They're not to be trusted. You trust your own physician. You don't go to the government. When it comes to other medical issues. Politicization of this issue. Biden Harris last summer as I will demonstrate By Fauci and the teachers unions. By CNN, MSNBC and other irresponsible phony news sites. Has undermined the credibility of so many of these institutions. You go to your doctor. You talk to your doctor. 80 million adults have not been vaccinated. They say 70% have been I've asked this question before. The 80 million who have not been vaccinated. How many of them Have the, uh, anti body now. Because they don't need to be vaccinated. Maybe that's their position. I don't know. How many of them can't be vaccinated because some kind of health malady that they already have what percentage of the email? I don't know. And Joe Biden is a pathological serial liar, so I don't know what's coming out of his mouth. Could be anything close to the science for the statistics that we

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"One year old my muslims. Joyce pettigrew seventy one years. Old and i live in kansas city missouri. I grew up in arkansas. And that was Segregated jim crow south growing up school system was supplying black schools with positive images of themselves in elementary school. There were only two books on all the shelves at had any reference to black was little black sambo and the next one was black. Beauty wanna fiction the other one blackhawks and everything else about white people. And then i found out about the stories of the buffalo soldiers. The buffalo soldiers where african americans that were enlisted in the united states army during peace time in eighteen. Sixty six for the first time in the nation's history and by the coming familiar with the buffalo soldiers was due to my mother. She constantly talked about a buffalo soldier. By the name of isaac johnson is. Johnson is my great grandfather. I never met him but he was a buffalo soldier meaning he actually was in the setting of all these cowboy movies advocacy been all my life but i never saw myself in and never saw anyone else. That was like me then. It was just like the light came up so this gave me an awareness that wait a minute. Black people are not what popular opinion may want to describe for them. It gave me a real sense of where we had been and not that we were hidden or invisible that we were there. Now at my age is seventy one. I'm an oral historical storyteller. And when i am presenting in front of an audience of young people come into the room fully dressed as a buffalo soldier the boots come all the way up to my knees as a sky. Blue set of one trousers and underneath is a dark blue blouse there. Two chevrons on my arms both in gold braid. There's about a ten inch blade night own my left hip and all my right hip is afforded five coat. Six shot that uniform. I at that moment becomes someone else had become really.

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Beyond the Language Wars: R & Python for the Modern Data Scientist

DataFramed

02:17 min | 2 weeks ago

Beyond the Language Wars: R & Python for the Modern Data Scientist

"Can you describe the set of events that led to our by thon becoming the primary data science today and how this translates into what we call the language war between armed by phone and something that we talked about ready to very beginning of the book is kind of a little bit unusual that we will begin a book on unarmed python by giving this whole history of languages. But i want to that way because i thought that it's important to help you understand the cranks and how we got to where we are and so one of the first questions be blast when they're trying to decide. I learn our show. I learnt python is. What's the difference between aren't python and you'll see a lot of post on stack overflow or different a message. Boards rented where people talk about What are the basic differences between these languages in wash use one versus the other and nobody comes to a clear consensus or a clear. Understanding the differences tried to do in the first chapter is just outline the history of the which is to give an idea about the different ethel's and how things work differently between the two languages so so are was there kind of at the very beginning of scientific computing in academia in the late seventies early eighties in bell. Laboratories was really developed as a programming language for doucet's analysis and within the book i call it a fubu language so who is a street where clothing company from new york. That I used to love when i was a teenager. And is it stands for four as by us. And i like this forest by his attitude is very much a four the community by the community. Kind kind of those in this very much. What are is right is forced decisions by statisticians in. It's just meant to just get statistics that get dot announces his work with down and just just get it done into program language in his own right. But it's first and foremost used for doing that. Analysis and that really shaped all of what kim afterwards in r. and python kind comes from a different direction python originated as a generalist polka me language to make just entry into programming easier with a nice syntax and An easier access to managing all kinds of different tools and system administration and building applications and web development so e cat. It's fingers everywhere. Generalist programming language and then came. That assigns later on so python. Wasn't that a science. I and programming second was kind of the other way

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Biden Says US Military Equipment Left Behind in Afghanistan Was Disabled

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00:30 sec | 3 weeks ago

Biden Says US Military Equipment Left Behind in Afghanistan Was Disabled

"The Biden administration claims much of the US hardware was left behind an estimated $88 billion worth. They say it was disabled. That's not the case for the Humvees. The trucks, the choppers, other items that the Afghan military left behind so much equipment being abandoned. As many as 70 M wraps mine resistant ambush vehicles costing a million dollars apiece still at the airport across Afghanistan, an even larger trove of weapons and equipment falling into Taliban hands.

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07:02 min | 3 weeks ago

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"Doctor fatty what a What an honor to have you on the show. I really appreciate you taking some time on my pleasure. Max thank you for having me. I've got a lot of questions but to start your experience but in my experience lots of people in my life right now I would say they're not doing great. The prospect of things shutting down again. And you know being as far into this as we are and not knowing what's going to happen it's it just feels like people are down Particular the last couple of weeks and it made me wonder like How are you you know. i'm. I'm fine in the sense that This is what i do. you know. This is the life that i've chosen And it's a life of responding. You know i. i'm a physician. i'm a scientist. I'm a researcher but one of my responsibilities not the only one but one of them which is really in many respects dominated my life over the last thirty seven years that i've been. The director of the institute is to respond from a scientific and public count standpoint to emerging outbreaks of infectious diseases. And when i first took over the job in nineteen eighty four. It was with hiv aids. The first few years of aids which is now really persisted as a major global health issue for the last forty years and over. The years responded to different bray outbreaks of influenza pandemic flu ebola zeka chicken ganja and now it's kobe nineteen so life has always been very intense Depending upon the acuteness of this situation The level of stress varies but cove nineteen is is really something over the top in the sense that it combines the most intense of the stress that you would get when you're dealing with an outbreak that has already killed about six hundred and twenty five thousand americans over four million people world wide and we still don't have it really on the control and that's the the very Challenging news so we are now in a surging stage of the infections people down because we went up and then we came down and went up now we came down and now we're going back up again so when you ask how i'm doing. This is what i do. But it's an intensely stressful but the thing that is a little bit different about this is as i mentioned a moment ago. It is a cut above all the others for the for the intensity of it. It's almost like there's no way you'd be able to be okay if you hadn't gone through all the rest it. I think that is being an incremental building up experience of knowledge of instinctive way to respond to things that fortunately for the most time correct but not always but the thing about this is that it's been so intense that i can honestly say that i really have not taken a day off in over a year and a half eighteen nineteen months. I have not taken a single day off. It's not the feel sorry for myself at all. Because that's the nature. would i do. I mean it's such an intensive rapid moving situation that the neo. It's almost like you don't have time to take any time off this too. Many important things going on are you able to take care of yourself You know in the beginning of the outbreak when things were really beginning to explode for the first time. I really didn't take good care of myself. I have an extraordinary family. That's very supportive. My wife and my daughters but my wife particularly as an incredibly intelligent inciteful person saw that. I was really wearing myself down. Because i was getting four hours of sleep a night for ten nights in a row guests completely impossible to do you know when you work in eighteen. Nineteen hours a day so she really you know. Grabbed me by my said okay. Now you're going to drink water you're going to eat and you're gonna sleep at least six hours a night so i'm actually physically much better off now than i was the one thing i do every day if i could. It doesn't happen every day. But i try is. I used to be a marathon runner Run and my wife and together. A run several marathons and dozens and dozens of ten ks. But i'm eighty years old now so the idea of running three to four miles a day. doesn't do good for your back and your knees so i power walk which i find is as exhilarating in some respects as running. You don't quite get the endorphins up as you do when you run but it is a stress reliever particularly when you do it you know together with my wife gives us a chance to chat for a bit. Yeah people tell you about the Runner's high but not not as often about the power walking high. No there's not a lot of walking. You know having run so many races the the great feeling you get when you're running and going fast but there is something about getting your mind at least off it for a little while for that hour that you do a power walk. How you make time for yourself is Deeply fascinating to me. And i could talk to you about it for a long time but but we don't have a lot of time here so i wanna get back to what you were saying earlier about the building up of experience that allows you to do this work specifically the work. You did with the aids epidemic. What did you learn than that. You're applying now to covet subtle things you learned and rather concrete things that you learn the subtle things that you learn is never underestimate an epidemic outbreak of an infectious disease because it can be insidious and highly impactful way. Hiv was. I remember like was yesterday sitting in my office right here at the nih reading the morbidity mortality weekly report about five gay men from los angeles who had the strange disease that no one could figure out. How did nobody had any idea what the cause was much less than what it was. And then a month later in the same mobility mortality weekly report. Which is kind of report of new diseases from the cdc twenty-six men curiously all gay with this extraordinarily disease that was.

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Try To Imagine (MM #3813)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Try To Imagine (MM #3813)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. I often talk about my fascination with technology, and I try to imagine what life would be like if we'd had the technology we have now, ten years ago, 20 years ago. The reason I say that yesterday my wife and I spent our entire afternoon and mostly into the night, watching the TV coverage of hurricane Ida via the CBS affiliate out of New Orleans. I had to pull up on my iPhone and then broadcast directly to my big 70 inch television set. So we spent the entire day watching the local news coverage of Ida. And it's hard to believe that technology didn't exist 16 years ago when they got hit by Katrina. Imagine being able to watch these things across the world in real time. And yes, while politics divide us and we're worried about a pandemic, imagine what it would be like if we'd had these technologies years ago. It is totally blows my mind, especially with all my years in the media to see what I now have in my fingertips to be able to stay tuned into something. But I'm totally blown away by the technology that we do have today and can't imagine what's going to change here in the next 5 to ten to even 20 years.

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Try To Imagine (MM #3813)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Try To Imagine (MM #3813)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. I often talk about my fascination with technology, and I try to imagine what life would be like if we'd had the technology we have now, ten years ago, 20 years ago. The reason I say that yesterday my wife and I spent our entire afternoon and mostly into the night, watching the TV coverage of hurricane Ida via the CBS affiliate out of New Orleans. I had to pull up on my iPhone and then broadcast directly to my big 70 inch television set. So we spent the entire day watching the local news coverage of Ida. And it's hard to believe that technology didn't exist 16 years ago when they got hit by Katrina. Imagine being able to watch these things across the world in real time. And yes, while politics divide us and we're worried about a pandemic, imagine what it would be like if we'd had these technologies years ago. It is totally blows my mind, especially with all my years in the media to see what I now have in my fingertips to be able to stay tuned into something. But I'm totally blown away by the technology that we do have today and can't imagine what's going to change here in the next 5 to ten to even 20 years.

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4-Year-Old Girl Discovers Rare Stingless Bees in California

The Takeout

00:15 sec | 3 weeks ago

4-Year-Old Girl Discovers Rare Stingless Bees in California

"Four year old girl with a knack for nature, found two colonies of rare stainless bees that went unnoticed for 70 years. The bugs were taken to California's Department of Food and Agriculture Plant Pest Diagnostic Branch. We're scientists say it's a rare find as the Bugs live in

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ODH Issues Warning as COVID-19 Cases, Hospitalizations Surge Across the State

Dan Carroll

00:39 sec | 3 weeks ago

ODH Issues Warning as COVID-19 Cases, Hospitalizations Surge Across the State

"The Ohio Department of Health Friday giving an update on the rise in covid related hospitalizations. Director Dr Bruce Vanderhof said on July 9th only 200 Ohioans were hospitalized with the virus. On Thursday, the number was over 2000. Sadly, it continues to be true that unvaccinated Ohio Islands are by far and away. Covid 19 patients who are filling our hospital bets. Doctor Vanderhof also saying the delta very it is putting even younger people in the hospital, Ohio Friday with the report E 800 new Covid 19 cases In the last 24 hours. There were 165 new hospitalizations, 21 to ICU admissions and 70. More deaths were

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S&P 500, Nasdaq Extend Push Into Record Territory as Stocks End Higher

Mark Simone

00:32 sec | Last month

S&P 500, Nasdaq Extend Push Into Record Territory as Stocks End Higher

"And durable goods orders that came out today. We're just mixed and so it didn't really move the market all that much, although we did see a move higher in interest rates as the stock market continues to recover both the S and P and NASDAQ pushing further into record territory. And the doubt also advancing modestly in the early going yields on the 10 year note hitting 1.31%. The dollar is firmer. That's putting some downside. Pressure on commodities oil just slipping a couple cents to about 67 50 a barrel while gold is tumbling $21 to 17 80 70 outs as we said durable goods orders kind of a mixed picture there as far

Henri Strengthens to Hurricane as It Bears Down on Northeast

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Henri Strengthens to Hurricane as It Bears Down on Northeast

"Andrea is expected to be a hurricane when it hits the Northeast this weekend. It currently has 70 mile an hour winds, but the National Hurricane Center says Andrea is expected to strengthen over the next 24 hours. Hurricane warnings are up for Long Island and the coast of Connecticut. The

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MLB to end 70-year partnership with Topps trading cards

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00:45 sec | Last month

MLB to end 70-year partnership with Topps trading cards

"In nineteen fifty one New York Yankees catcher yogi Berra was the American league's Most Valuable Player fellow catcher Roy Campanella of the Brooklyn Dodgers was the NL MVP and New York Giants outfielder Willie Mays was a National League rookie of the year that was a year tops got the license to make baseball cards for the major leagues those decades of kids trying to chew that hard stick a bubble gum while flipping through the cards are nor in all the who is he to get to the Reggie Jackson's George Brett's or Barry Bonds are coming to an end the company yet to be named as being formed by the sports merchandising company fanatics it will become the exclusive licensee for baseball cards once the current deals with the MLB and players union expire I'm timid wire

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Remembering Japanese Martial Arts Star Sonny Chiba

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01:45 min | Last month

Remembering Japanese Martial Arts Star Sonny Chiba

"Sonny Chiba was a prolific actor known for his Japanese martial arts movies. His movements were brutal his facial expressions fearsome as he punched and kicked his way through more than 100 films. CIPA died this week in a hospital in Japan due to complications from Covid 19. He was 82. NPR's Andrew Lim bahng has this appreciation. You know how in the movie pulp fiction Samuel L. Jackson has that big speech that goes and I will strike down upon the with great vengeance and few well writer and director Quentin Tarantino Cryptid from a 1973 Sonny Chiba movie known in the U. S, as the bodyguard and they shall know that I am Cuba. The body. God when I shall lay my vengeance upon them, their chief of plays a vigilante who shares his name pummeling Japan's drug overlords. She was follow up movie was 1974. The street fighter is big international debut and of violent and bloody one at that scenes like the one where he punches the guy so hard on the head that the movie cuts to an X ray shot of his skull cracking and then back to the guy spurting blood earned the street fighter and X rating in the U. S senate. Chiba was born in 1939. He studied martial arts and started working on screen for a Japanese Kids TV show. He went on to have a prolific career in action movies and TV shows in Japan, and he got wider recognition in the U. S. When Tarantino continue to pay tribute by casting him as retired swordsmith Hattori Hanzo in the Kill bill movies. You My 70, he grads you need to have to enhance his Stu. For many fans of the genre. Sonny Chiba sits comfortably at the top of a mountain of broken

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Senator Wicker Tests Positive for COVID-19

Mark Levin

00:30 sec | Last month

Senator Wicker Tests Positive for COVID-19

"Has been diagnosed with Covid 19 Republican Senator Roger Wicker, who has been fully vaccinated is experiencing mild symptoms and is under the care of his doctor in Mississippi. Spokesman says the 70 year old tested positive this morning is isolated, and everyone he has had close contact with recently has been notified. Mississippi has been dealing with the surge of cases. 20,000 public school students are in quarantine after accidental exposures. Mississippi has one of the lowest vaccination rates in the nation.

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MLB Will End 70-Year Deal With Trading Card Company Topps

Chicago's Afternoon News

00:30 sec | Last month

MLB Will End 70-Year Deal With Trading Card Company Topps

"League baseball and tops the longtime partner for trading cards. They're ending the relationship. I should say baseball's ending the relationship. Has been in place since 1952 Steve speak about things sacred, Kevin, I guess not. Major League Baseball already had to deal with fanatics, which does sports apparel. It sounds like they're handing over their trading card deal to fanatics. The tops MLB deal does run through 2025 so If I'm reading this, right, you still got until 2025 to collect all your tops cards and add to your collection. Is

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What Percentage of the 30% Un-Vaccinated People Have Natural Anti-Bodies?

Mark Levin

01:43 min | Last month

What Percentage of the 30% Un-Vaccinated People Have Natural Anti-Bodies?

"Over 70% of the people in this country have been vaccinated. Right, Mr Producer over 70%. What percentage of the 30% Have a natural immunity now not try antibiotics. Do we know They'll never tell So it has to be right, Reggie a certain percentage of the 30% of natural Anybody's and don't need the then don't need the vaccine, right? What percentage is it? We don't know. And then many of those who haven't been vaccinated her Children. Because if you're under 12, even the CDC isn't sure about these vaccines. So I'm just curious if 70% of the population has been vaccinated. Leaving 30% left. A certain significant percentage of that 30% has natural anti bodies. And another certain significant percentage of the 30% our Children, right? So This is, uh I mean, I'm not a mass major. It's not my top subject. 30%. Maybe they're talking about adults. Even so, let's say it's 70% of adults even more. 30% of adults over 12. Let's say adults and young young people above 12. 30%. Well, tell us about that 30%. Tell us But they don't

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Retail Sales Drop 1.1% in July

Arizona's Morning News

00:19 sec | Last month

Retail Sales Drop 1.1% in July

"This morning. U. S retail sales fell 1.1% in July. That's a bigger drop than the 0.3% Wall Street analysts had expected, excluding automobiles. Sales declined. 0.4% consumers make up nearly 70% of all activity in the U. S. So retail sales are watched closely as a gauge to overall economic

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If your kids know things about you that you wouldn't realize what are your students know about. You have no idea. Tragic rejoined into thirty. Two students were murdered. And virginia has kerry law still does that you can carry and i said to my students that i'm against the kerry law and so i had some students because you know they come from all over nestle. Well we have to have gone if somebody had a gun. Maybe some of those labs could have been saved. And i said or and this is my solution to it. If i had my way i would have olive you strip so before you come into my class. You would strip naked. And then you'd come in and i'd be naked so you can make sure i wasn't killing you and we'd have class and it's not a mickey again do that and i said well i hate to tell you this but i know you've either seen or felt everything when there's no secret fits and the boys just went. Oh no. She didn't say that. But i don't i don't know what they they probably say. Oh this crazy fool. But i'm trying to get them to understand what are we afraid of. Ny because there's nothing be afraid of so you don't need to carry again you know. I'd rather be naked than carry a gun. What else are you trying to get them to understand. That is their life and they have to do something else with it because this. This just isn't working. You know no matter what Are how we look at it. This is not working. I have ruined several things for my students have ruined thanksgiving for my students because we have a turkey whose been murdered and may have turkey. Who has been what it's called part you get you guys get the pardoned turkeys another. Yeah a lot of people. Don't but we do and the turkey. Who was what is called. Part has to ask himself or herself rather turkey. Why am i going to be without my friend. What is it about me that made me not be the chosen one. I would rather be chosen than to have to go back. The turkey feels bad because everything christ we could go out right now and cut a limb off a tree we would call it sat. I would call it tears. And so i'm just trying to get them to think. What are we hurting. And why are we hurting. Ruin thanksgiving for it. They won't eat durkee anymore. They hate turkey. What else have you ruined besides Thanksgiving and maple syrup at as close as i can to ruining christmas such a bad idea that you running around san. What will santa claus give me. The true joy of that holiday should be. And what can i give. Who can i share something with. What kind of life is it that you have spent half of the year trying to figure out what you want for christmas when the question should be but can you give. Who can you give something to. How can you share. Because it's a much better feeling. You are so much better for what you did in which you take and much. They can understand that. You're going to be good riders to. Did you know that when you were your students age. Goodness we talked about watching. Can't you see. Don't you see loneliness. Don't you see people who were cold. Don't you see a dog. that's missing leg. Qassam full ran over him. What are you doing with your eyes. If you're not looking. Have you always just seen that. I just don't remember not seeing a road appoint wants because I was here at home. Doing whatever one does in a spider Up the wall or something. And without thinking i killed a spider and look the point is called allowable an incredibly embarrassed about myself at the. Oh my quiet. I killed a spider and it was a reflex and not the on. You're not allowed to kill something because you're afraid of an i did write the polling and couldn't kill the spider but i don't do that because it was just it was just a regular spanish wasn't a black widow or you know one of the browns might something that would hurt you. It was just reckless spider. And at that act to be ashamed and i am i can do about it i am. You know you make mistakes you do you make mistakes you do things that are embarrassing and you do things that are contradictory that you wish you hadn't done. Do.

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"Michio. Welcome to the look into the show. Thank you so much for doing this. Let the the show. I have so many things that i wanna ask you about. But you're the first person that i've talked to who has really dedicated. A significant portion of their professional lives to thinking about aging and how aging will change. Maybe you could help me understand. What do you think it'll be like when i'm when i'm seventy in terms of biotechnology. What is aging gonna feel like thirty years from now as one person said we are the last generation. The die that's depressing. Knowing that future generations. death may be an option for them because what is aging anyway. Why do we have to die is because of well with time. Errors build up. Skins begins to wrinkle muscles began to atrophy. Dna begins to have errors in it. And when we're young we can repair a lot of these mistakes but when we get older even. Those repair mechanisms began to fail. And that's why we get old in fact that's why we die but there are a lot of different kinds of theories now about how we may be able to reverse some of this stuff not just biological clock but the actual build of errors within dna and one day not in my lifetime. I figured that out. When i was a kid is not going to happen in my lifetime. But i think in our grandchildren's lifetime they may have the option of slowing down the aging process and maybe stopping. They made like thirty years of age for many decades to come. That is well within the laws of physics. And i think is a real possibility but unfortunately not for my generation. That's how you think this is going to manifest. Is you'll be able to pick an age and stop at some point. I think so. I think there are two ways in which will become immortal eventually and again. There's nothing in the laws of physics saying that. You can't be immortal. The first is digital immortality which is coming actually very soon already in silicon valley. They're offering to digitize everything known about you. Your signature. Credit card transactions all your instagram photographs in the future. We'll have a very good picture of your consciousness. In fact and for example. I would love to talk to einstein. I would love to sit down in a library to talk to a digitised version that contains every known piece of literature film writing of einstein. And that's my brewery the future. We'll have a library of souls so when we become digitize. We will be immortal so this is something that is very feasible. The process is beginning now. And i think in that sense will begin to live forever now. What about biological immortality. Well there's something called the second law of thermodynamics which in some senses death warrant things decay things fall apart areas. Buildup things rust. That's a law of nature. For example taylor. Murders are like a biological clock there at the end of the chromosome. And there's sort of like your shoestring when you tell your strew string often enough. They plastic tips began to fray and when they fray the whole shoelace begins to fray a chromosome. But you see the second. Thermodynamics only works for closed systems. But you see an open systems. The second longer applies in other words. If we from the outside can use gene therapy to fix those broken genes. then there's nothing in the laws of physics preventing you from living forever and already. Scientists are beginning to look at this process at the cellular level. Now don't believe the hype. Don't believe that we had found views now. But i think the fountain of youth credibly could happen in this century kind of blows my mind. I wanna ask you about both sides of that immortality equation that you just laid out both digital and physical. You said that you'd love to have a conversation with einstein and you have this long long history with that if you had the opportunity to talk to him. What do you think you'd say well. When i was eight years old. I had an inspiration. I saw a photograph of man's desk would just died and they. There was unfinished book on that desk by a great scientist. I was fascinated by that story. Why couldn't he finished that book. Why couldn't he has his mother. What's so hard. Well that man who died was albert einstein and that book was the unified field theory. And i said to myself. That's what i wanna do for a living. I want to help complete that book Einstein once said that unless a theory can be explained to a child. The theory is probably useless now by that he meant the great theories or not mathematics. Greece theories or principles. Dooby explain playing a child now. Einstein had to great principles. He hit a picture on the first try. That gave us the atomic bomb. He had a picture for the second. Try that gives us black holes and big bang but there was no picture for the third try and i would ask him. What pictures did you envision. I mean what kind of avenues that you pursue thanking. You could complete this grand scheme of a theory of everything What were the mistrials. What were the dead ends. And then i would explain to him. What string theory is all about. And i would love to get his reaction. What do you think it would be. I think he would be amazed that is in the spirit of the two previous theories however einstein hated the quantum theory shake. Theory is a quantum theory. Sorry about that. You can't get everything. So i think that would've been disappointed. That the theory of everything is a quantum theory eight year. Old michio in california. Sees this photo of this desk with an unfinished piece of work and decides. I'm going to pick it up right and then you actually do it. What do you do next. Well i like to think of this as a chess game. The destiny of humans is to over thousands of years workout. The moves of chess game two thousand years later we figure out how the ponds move in. How the bishop moves. But then one day we'll figure out all the rules the whole ball of wax the rules of chess and become grand masters that's the goal to become grandmasters of the chess. Game that i think is our destiny because every time we got a forest it changes world history when newton worked out the forest mechanics and gravity. That gay was the industrial revolution which changed modern history lifted us from poverty of agrarian society into the gene age then maxwell and verity without electricity that gave us the electric age and then the quantum theory gives us lasers and the internet and transistors and all the wonders in our living room. Think of it theory of everything we give you all those things plus answer the mystery of the big bang where you came from black holes was on the other side of a black hole. Time travel is time. Travel possible gateways. Are there gateways. Ultimately i think that the destiny of humanity will rest on this theory. We're not talking about the theory of tomorrow. We're talking about the theory of the universe itself. Yes about as big as it gets. Yeah that's right but for you personally. What.

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03:51 min | 2 months ago

"70%" Discussed on 70 Over 70

"Tracy clayton. I'm josh gwen and where the hosts of baggage back these into. And you can remember the name of our show back issue because we're back for season two and we have issue not wrong. We're going to be swimming in the soldier talking about all the things you think you remember but trust me. You don't let them. He's talking about whitney houston. Flutie's the love talking about your favorite forgotten singers of the ninety nine two thousand given some behind the scenes stories from music videos. You love ooh josh which causes into back as you to back in the habit back she sees them to to back to issues back issues season to the season. Two years back issue season two now. Seventy eight percent more looking back at it that gives us season two more issues than jet back to shoot season. Two two black and looking back beck issues. These into zanga stack of magazines is be whatever you call it. You can listen to back issues. These into on odyssey apple podcasts. Or wherever free. Podcasts are so i know this program is seventy over seventy but I really wish i were younger. I wish over seventy. But i am ready. I'm seventy two years soga seventy-five. Miraculously i m eighty three years. I am eighty eight years old. I'm here ninety. Two ninety four in may want all my neighbors trumpet space seventy one and on a new been cedar texas. What am i learned. Make it barbecue. Patients and respect barbecue is not fast food. You know it takes time to cook the pit that you cook on. You have to respect it me and the pit you know like we obtain if i peed right. Treat me right when i cook environment hugh. I wasn't feeding massive. I would come in early in the morning trying to put my phone. And i was trying to cook in our half when he working so one day. I decided that i was going to put my beep on the cook. Until i got ready to go home on the five and later start cooking and i went home so nick morning popped in my mind. I didn't take the beef off the bye really got. I was really sure you know. I was like oh man godly. I left deadbeat. You know drove on down there without the car pro. We're inside the pinto up. Flowers like thumb in the trash and nub reached in the pit hindering juicy. Oh yes they was. Firstly this is not a job is not no backyard saturday afternoon. This is a real job. But i'm thankful that i know how to do this. 'cause it's a whole bunch of people that think they can cook barbecue but they cannot. You beat their barbecue. You're kind of okay man. Yeah all right. Yeah you know you don't wanna tell them and it's probably be doing nothing barbecue to me is like It took me a while to perfect but now knows how to cook the best.

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"70%" Discussed on 70 Over 70

70 Over 70

06:25 min | 3 months ago

"70%" Discussed on 70 Over 70

"Pass away at six months before the election for the sideline primar- But tonight my fish try. She told me we wanted to win. Is better nowadays ho bad and you talked about seminal moments on the friday before the southbound primarily is when when little similar moments took place when announced over name. Didn't know it at the time janet jones i'd never seen before. Call me overthrew receiver sitting in the pew at church meals. Vote for him. And i told her. She told me she needed to hear that in the community was waiting here for me and some of the moment so it wasn't some long plan thing for you you weren't you didn't know that for months and we're waiting for the right time. Yeah the site of the endorsement. playing a long time. I picked a site for dawson near the airport. Because i was on. Eleven o'clock flight come back to washington gonna vote for joe biden wanna call Jerrell malloy introducing present. That was applying but at that breakfast. Just create the emotions. It was that moment. I knew that i was going to be getting this awarded I didn't know that the world was being named in honor of my late. I didn't know that. And i was being declared the first recipient of the award None of us. I need my daughter's new. And they all went to the breakfast with me to my daughters. Jennifer manjula was sitting in front of an audience and there were sydney. It was vacant j. Between the two of them. I looked over at them. Just having this breakfast on a nancy Just imagine her sit in between the two messy alden dead in the motions of that moment is what led me to To make dawson we i did. I had no idea what impact would be plan. That what i'm hearing you say is you're going to do it but it wasn't some long plan about when it wasn't long clan about how in what prompted you to do. It was another moment in which someone pulled you aside and said something that resonated with you same way. That woman did at the agency. Same way that emily's note on the mirror did absolutely and that's part of how you've lived your life and how you do this work is you've got your ideals you've got this pragmatic approach but also you're looking for inputs all the time. How much longer do you think you can do this work. I don't know. I'm going to make a decision about this after the next election. How do you make that choice. My children i've had the conversation with them and they know that The moment they see anything feel anything. Hear anything compensation. What do you mean by that. What what would they hear feel. My kids are pretty intelligent. They'll know if i'm showing the sign of missing the be the talk with him about that. They know that their job is to make sure you know when this type of musical home thing about that story at the breakfast and the empty chair between your daughter's makes me think of your wife. Emily of john lewis. You've lost so many people who i imagine. Were your support system. What's it like being without them. How do you keep going. I'm not without them They've been every present in prison without him Emily learned a whole lot from so we grew up totally different different so much. If who would i am. I'm asked about my lucky because my obsession with rural communities. Maybe it's because he broke on pointed to a farm walk into half mile every morning. When i grew up three blocks from elements five nine middle school and i went to what we call the boarding school. I'll background experienced totally different. So most of what i do in serves. I learned from physically. I'm alone i'm not alone. Mentally these thoughts however via their interview. Watch me doing zoom event. My house you ain't columbia. You see emily still having my bad deals like she's with you all the time. Oh yeah absolutely. Of course above that in the mirror. A brand ugly in the same seventy or seventy is a production of pineapple street studios and it's produced by just hackel. Our associate producer is june l. andersen our editors or maddie sprung kaiser joe level research and additional reporting. Charlie lock our mixers are elliott adler and raj makita. Geno berman and i are. The executive producers are theme. Song is like a dream i francis and the lights and the music you're listening to right now is by mavis staples who's eighty one original music by terence bernardo additional.

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"70%" Discussed on 70 Over 70

70 Over 70

02:28 min | 3 months ago

"70%" Discussed on 70 Over 70

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"70%" Discussed on 70 Over 70

70 Over 70

08:49 min | 3 months ago

"70%" Discussed on 70 Over 70

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Credit at indeed dot com slash. Seventy over seventy indeed dot com slash. Seventy over seventy offer. Valid through june thirtieth terms and conditions apply. This episode is brought to you by. Hp instant inc. No one is reading your mind. But hp instant inc knows when you're printers running low and sends you new cartridges. So you never have to think about amc. Save up to fifty percent. You'll pay less than five dollars a month for ink and never run out again. Find out if your printer is eligible and enroll today at hp instant inc dot com conditions. Apply for details visit hp dot com slash instant. Inc spotify Can you remember that first night. March ninth can. You remember what it felt like. Sure show of course. I remember her very well. It was in the old. Cbs eighty do studios at five twenty four west fifty seven th street. I was a little nervous. But the two things i kept saying to myself at who remember saying these things myself. One was aversion version. I can do it in spent nearly my whole adult life in preparing to do this and the other was. Don't take yourself seriously take work seriously. I already knew that. Being named to succeed walter. Cronkite would put me in a position of frankly inhaling every day kind of nasa grade rocket fuel the eagle and that could be dangerous. Yeah that sounds pretty dangerous. It also sounds like a little bit lonely. You know they say is slow to talk. I want to keep this in perspective. That i've never visited myself you alone person. I don't suffer rate loans. I didn't been but there certainly is a sense that you're it. It wasn't doing anchor. One person and there was always a great weight. I couldn't complain about it. Because i knew going in. But just stop and think trying to succeed walter cronkite. I mean close. Friends of mine urged me not to take the job. they said. listen. Nobody can succeed. Walter cronkite the first person who tries to do. It is bound to fail. It'll be the second person comes along. That's just the way life is. Dan and there wasn't a sense. I had a lot of help. A lot of friends thought was generally will of it. Cbs but in the end when the red light goes on is just you in the end. You're by yourself you're by yourself but also you've got to be so many things to so many people in that moment. Was it hard to like. Hold onto yourself in that job. Franklin candidate the answer is yes and the law muren that role the more difficult it is to say true self and to remember who you are and who you want to be As opposed to who a lot about people wanting to be one of the many legitimate criticisms can made of me is i. Try to be pleaser. That i i suffer. What's up its shero. Once called the americans z's wishes you want everybody to love and particularly when you're on television five nights a week the question of of who am i. You should ask more often what you wind up asking much more often is a what do they think. I did feel from that first night in nineteen eighty one for a good time after that. I did say aversion to myself. When you've always said yourself you wanna be a pressure later. Here it is. Here's the pressure so meet the pressure. you feel like both things can be true at the same time like you can both wonder what people are thinking in want to please and also be present in the moment in rising to the pressure like can those two things exist at the same time yes. I'm here to bear witness tuesday because it did with me. It won't always be successful. It'll sometimes the undertow of trying to please put your ability be depression. And other times. You're able to say to yourself frankly. I don't give a damn what they think i know. What's right are what we need to do. And you move to but you know i- lifetime in journalism is taught me that many people don't understand about journalism is whole that is it. Journalism is not an exact science. Journalism is more accrued artan. Nobody can do it perfectly. Nobody how has you're trying to help. The two are no matter how great you are and the mirage and to the world would tell you the same thing that even on its best days is you're likely to make some mistakes and part of being a complete professional at the level. We're talking you learn to accept that on most days up. Almost every day you'll fall short during it perfectly. Yeah you know. i'm. I'm in a way i'm not surprised to hear you say that in and i think that that's true but i also think that that idea is in like direct tension with the experience of the cbs evening news. While you were anchoring that show and really like what you were expected to do which was to be if not perfect then definitive shoe. I'd agree with that. And that idea the thing you're talking about the journalism crude art that it can't be perfected that it's not a science and yet everything from the aesthetics of that show to the tone to the way that you delivered the news. At least my impression is that it was designed to feel that.

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