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Fresh update on "ary" discussed on WAOK On Air
"Ary on Sports Radio 90 to 9 Game s O. Cris Collinsworth was on the broadcast yesterday for The Pittsburgh Baltimore Ravens game is part of NBC's broadcast with Mike Torrico and Amongst all the crazy things that were going on with the game in the broadcast that I ran it yesterday by the fact that their official that they brought on didn't even know what the rule was. You know, they went to him to get a ruling on what's supposed to happen. He even know what was going on with it. The backward fumble You know, in the time running off in this thing, you have any idea what was going on with it? But So I guess Collinsworth during the broadcast, cause I didn't listen to hear the whole broadcast. But I guess at one point early in the game, um, had a comment talking about Pittsburgh Steeler fans which we know are rabid, You know their diehard loyal fans, he said, quote. And I didn't hear the preface for But this is a quote that got him in trouble. Quote. Everybody's a fan in particular the ladies that I met. They had really specific questions about the game and I'm like, Wow, you're just blown away about how strong the fans are here in this town. Well, obviously as soon as he said that because it was taken as disparaging women and women are you know him acting like women aren't football fans and things like that. Twitter Mafia had to come out and correct him, right? Oh, he's a misogynist and this then the other now look. I understand that he is phrasing doesn't come across great. Especially in 2020. I understand that. But In the context of things as Eric Bischoff would say, context is King. I don't think that this was Cris Collinsworth trying to denigrate women trying to be a misogynist. That all women don't know anything about football. OK, we all know that it's a different time. And obviously, when you look at all of these broadcasts Hell, we talkto a female. Every Friday that covers the Atlanta Falcons is part of the show. Right? But we all get it and understand. So I don't think that this is him trying to be some misogynist. And I can't believe women know anything. Okay? He misspoke. It wasn't the right choice of words with how it came out. And of course, he went on Twitter and apologize and all that. But what bothers me is the Twitter Mafia has to immediately go to the Ah, He's a misogynist and somebody tell him I saw 13. Somebody tell him we've got TVs in the kitchen. Okay? He works with Michelle to forya. Who's is good at her job is anybody in the country? She's tremendous. Ah love Michelle to Voya. She's great, So I think Kris has a pretty good understanding and knowledge of it. I'm sure he talks football with Michelle, probably on a regular basis. But we can't just say he misspoke and we understood. What he was trying to say is Pittsburgh fans and everybody, men, women, Whatever. Because he said, everybody at the very start of school he didn't say, Wow, the ladies that I met, he started with everybody here. Is really knowledgeable, and he just pointed out the women as well. So I understood what his point was. He was trying to convey, but Twitter mafia can't do that. We have to go to. He's a misogynist. Oh, he thinks that we're just in the kitchen. No, he doesn't. He doesn't But you can't You again. Hot taking and things like that. Try explaining that point to Twitter Mafia. They don't want to hear that. No, no, no, it has to be. He's a massage. It is. It can't be that he misspoke and was just trying to relate. The idea of Pittsburgh is so die hard that it seems like Everybody here Men, women, Children know so much about this team. Nope. Can't be that and looking at it. It has to be. He's a misogynist. He's a bad guy. He's evil. He wants women in the kitchen. That's where it goes. And there's all kinds of tweets that that were put out about it, and you see it, you know all on and I'm just thinking of myself. This is where we are 2020 On one hand, you know you got, you should know better. But on the other hand, if you say anything, nobody's going to give you any contextual leeway on what you said. It's misogynist Nazi racist. It's this There's no happy middle ground. You're one extreme or the other in today's Twitter society. When we get back from the top of the hour Falcons fly over, including hearing from Jeff all brick, We kind of joke may be the most popular coach on this staff will get to all of that. Next for your fuckin Susan Notes Chuck. We show hanging out with you on this Thursday evening Sports radio that's on the game and on your radio dot com app. Sports.
UN Secretary-General landmark speech on climate action
"I see of advances that show what can be done from rescue rescuing the ozone layer to reducing extinction rates to expanding protected areas. Many cities are becoming greenish. The circular economy using waste environmental laws of growing rich at least wins fifty. Five united nations member states now legally recognize that a healthy environment is a basic human rights and the knowledge base is greater than ever. I was very pleased to learn by president bolger. that columbia university has launched a climate school. The first new school here in a quarter of a century. Congratulations this is a wonderful demonstration of scholarship and leadership. And i'm delighted to know that so. Many members of the sustainable development solutions network are with us today. A special guests university presidents chancellors deans faculty and other scholars united nations academic impact. Initiatives is working with these additions of higher education across the globe and the contributions of universities are essential to our success. The friends and you will this taking shape. More and more people are recognizing the limits of conventional yardsticks such as domestic gross domestic product in which environmentally damaging activities count as economic positives. Mindsets are shifting more and more people are understanding the need for their daily choices to reduce their carbon footprints and respect planetary boundaries. And we see inspiring waves of social mobilization by young people from protests in the streets advocacy online from classroom education to community engagement from voting booths. To places of work yet. People are pushing their elders to do what is right and we are in a university. These is the moment of truth for people and planet alike coffees and climates have brought us to a threshold we cannot go back to normal of inequality injustice and illicit dominion over the earth. Instead we must step towards a safer more sustainable and equitable path. We have a blueprint the twenty thirty agenda the sustainable development goals and the agreement on climate change. The door is open. The solution is are there now is the time to transform humankind's relationship with the natural world and with each other and we must do so together solidarity is humanity solidarity is survival. That is the lesson of twenty twenty with the world in eighty and ary trying to contain the pandemic. let's learn the lesson and change course for the pivotal periods ahead. And i thank you.
Fresh update on "ary" discussed on WAOK On Air
"Let's let's go to from Gene Stallings in before the Bear Bryant era, the Ray Perkins era and then when you first get into Gene Stallings, how many great skill position players That went to the NFL came from Alabama mean Ozzie Newsome was probably the best fed it come out of there, and obviously, they had the quarterbacks Bart Starr, Joe Nemeth and Ken Stabler. I've thought about like skill position like wide receivers and running backs and things like that. Was a very hit or miss now. When you watch Alabama football and you watch the NFL. Alabama's wide receiver you We've seen rugs and Judy the last few weeks here, and they're gonna have the vodka Smith and gave them Waddle draft in the first round this year, and obviously Calvin and Julio when Amaury Cooper and guys like that They've become wide receiver you in the in the in the NFL. And then never happened. What? What Great wide receivers came out of Alabama through the sixties seventies and eighties. Like I said Ozzie Newsome, tight end coming out of Alabama. David Palmer. He really great wide receivers that came out of Alabama Now, every year. They got two guys that are coming out. It seems like there are top flight there wide receiver. You look at all the guys in the NFL. You have four guys in the last two years draft of the first round, and Ridley and Cooper and Julio About how much do you know Some of those things change over the course of time. All right, Speaking of things that are changing, let's get to something we call What's bugging Chuck re Don't look now, but somebody out there just got Chuck Ary ticked off like that's hard. Don't.
Halting the Holiday Hustle by Rose Lounsbury
"Altering the holiday hustle by rosebery of rose lounge buried dot com. If you enjoy the alliteration the title this post as much as i do. Give me a digital fist-bump english nerds unite. But i digress. Haven't even really started yeesh. Today's topic is the season that is upon us. You've seen the wreaths and the stores heard the beginning strains of those old familiar tunes. And maybe vince bruce. W behavior to ensure top spot on santa's coveted nice list. The s midst of time again and with that comes the inevitable holiday hustle. Marta least we seem to think it's inevitable. In america we go from store to store buying trinkets for loved ones and glittery decor of our homes. We bake we send cards. We are in a bit of do-goodery after all it is the season for giving we feel an obligation to squeeze in at least one act of goodwill toward men amongst the holiday parties and tinsel and above all we try to make memories those indelible treasures that last long for the trees on the curb and the last bits of shiny paper find their way to the trash. The trouble is all this holiday. Hustle often isn't available in fact. It's worse than that is downright stressful recreate so much anxiety. About having a good time enjoying the holidays we often fail to do. Just that the irony again. English nerds correctly used literary term fist-bump. This is on my mind today because my friend. Michelle recently posted this on facebook quote. I've been thinking about christmas cards this week specifically about not doing them for the first time ever. I love christmas cards. My joy sending them in receiving them. I have fun selecting a design but every year. They are source of some stress for me. What photo will we use. Do we take our owner higher photographer. How will find the time to get them all done. We typically sent around two hundred. I've also been thinking a lot about time and how we spend it very recently of known or heard of several young people who have passed away in their thirties and knowing this has been an important reminder to treasure each day in the people. I love for the gifts. They are some thinking. No christmas cards this year. I'm not saying i won't do them again. But who knows maybe not thinking that we will donate the money. We save children's charities more time for our family money to charities and less cards in the trash. This really is a tough decision for me breaking away from the tradition in the ritual of taking the time. Send something personal in the mail. That is why. I'm putting it out here so i can hold myself accountable to my choice and quote. Michelle received some very interesting comments from request to not join the anti christmas movement to light hearted individuals who wanted to halt the crazy holiday hustle and actually enjoy the season of love and giving which got me thinking to eat all feel this way about the holidays secretly for example of notice that my mom love you. Mom sometimes seems a bit stressed about baking holiday. Cookies mom if you're reading this and i know you are because you're one of those awesome moms who actually read her grown daughters blog about minimum. I wanna say this. We don't come to your house for the cookies while they are delicious. We come to see you to love you to enjoy the season of giving because we are lucky enough to be with those we love. If it stresses you out. Skip the baking all of you just as much over a package of holiday themed us. In fact i'm inordinately curious to find out if the red holiday filling tastes different from the everyday white thereof. Said it mom. You're off the hook for the cookies. If you want to be note this does in no way apply to the anchovies spaghetti. You make for christmas eve. That stays the holiday. Hustle stress stems entirely from the expectations. We put on ourselves. No one else really expects us to have the best lighting display in the neighborhood or fill each of our children stockings with themed presents. We expect that of ourselves so my suggestion. This holiday season is. Let's give ourselves a break. Just say no to. The hustle ignored the stores of you. Want to don't bake unless it brings you joy forgo the holiday cards unless licking two hundred envelopes as your idea of a good saturday night please. No i am sarcastic. But my don't judge my flaked my fair share of holiday card envelopes and may well do so again this year. What do i propose instead of being a straight up holiday hustler. Do something you love. Spread some joy. That's what the season is all about. Greet your neighbors with cheerful smile. And hello surprise them by shoveling the driveway when they're not looking note to my neighbors your totally welcome to fulfil your need for cheerful giving in this fashion and i promise to act very very surprised. Spend your baking time selecting and donating non-perishable goods for local food pantry. Better yet do that with your kids have a holiday movie marathon with your friends and copious amounts of holiday snack. Ary basically teacher self imposed expectations. And just do whatever truly brings you joy this holiday season now view. Excuse me. I'm off to buy a package of holiday oreos. I believe they're already on the shelves
Former President Barack Obama criticizes President Trump
"Presidency and the vice-presidency is bigger than any of us. So i have instructed my team to work as hard as we can to make sure that this is a sex successful transition for the president elect president obama four years ago showing professionalism and class to an incoming president who offered very little of that in return so perhaps it's a fitting final contrast for everyone to see. Donald trump is incapable of meeting that standard. You could call it. The obama enter. You could also just call it the typical presidential transition standard if you want but it is one more reinforcement of these times. We're living in tumult revolt. Fear an america veering between presidents. That are so obviously different. Obama to trump to buy the former president waited deliberately until after the results to offer some more personal candor about all of this. Obama has intentionally held his long awaited presidential biography until after this race a choice that would of course keep the spotlight on the democratic nominee and the current president obama made that choice of course before he knew the nominee would ultimately reflect his own choice back in two thousand eight for who should be president if not him. Joe biden and as part of this new book tour. We are now hearing from obama for the first time about some extra donald trump as a severe aberration when donald trump won. I stayed up until two thirty in the morning. And i then called donald trump to congratulate him his margin of victory over. Hillary clinton wasn't greater than half. Joe by martin over him i think about john mccain calling george and laura bush welcoming you and michelle obama to the white house interest not have been more gracious. Everyone knows obama doesn't really take a lot of cheap shots if anything his own. Supporters have been frustrated sometimes now measure he can be he will look for any reasonable interpretation of opponents actions. He'll try to think through their views. He'll discuss that in public. I think those traits actually made him an excellent writer and lawyer by the way so it is notable that today and these new remarks obama does not even see any reasonable way to cut donald trump emotional or theoretical slack. Barack obama is not joining this odd snowflake chorus of enablers who say donald trump needs days and days of processing time that no other politician ever gets or the conservatives who suddenly think one man's delicate snowflake ary and narcissistic foolery should hold up the national security transition of this country. No no sir. Today in these two interviews barack obama hits the stakes and the costs of donald. Trump's failed to concede and active choice to fan misinformation. Which could hamper civic life for a long time to come. They appear to be motivated in part because the president doesn't like to lose and Never admits loss. If you're listening to some of the talk radio that trombone are listening to if you're watching fox news if you're getting these tweets. Those allegations are presented as facts. So you've got millions of people out there who think of there must be cheating because the president said so. Where do we go from here for. President obama is telling everyone it's bigger than trump addressed his top republicans abdicating their responsibility. They obviously didn't think there was any fraud going on because they didn't say anything about it for the first two days. But there's damage to this because what happens. Is that the peaceful transfer of power. The notion that any of us who attain unelected office whether it's dogcatcher or president are servants of the people. It's a temporary job. we're not above the rules. We're not above the law. That's the essence of our democracy. that's deep. The jobs are temporary. we are all temporary. What we're trying to build to on our best days democracy injustice. That's permanent.
Xbox seems likely to sell TV streaming sticks
"In an interview with Strategic Ary Microsoft's Phil Spencer speculated unsettling xbox game streaming sticks Spencer's quote. I think you're going to see lower priced hardware as part of our ecosystem. When you think about streaming sticks and other things that somebody might want to just go plug into their TV and go play via x cloud, you could imagine us even having something that we just included in the game pass subscription that gave you an ability to stream x cloud games to your television and buying the controller. That's what he said on the other end of the scale Spencer also mentioned the idea of. xbox game pass platinum with guaranteed access to new xbox hardware. It sounds like he means kind of a spin on xbox all access which right now bundles in xbox game pass with a payoff plan for an xbox series x the verge notes that Microsoft had a similar plan for an xbox streaming device back in two thousand sixteen but it canceled that Roger I. Know You were you're an Xbox user in you. You were sort of interested in this idea of of a video game streaming stick. The whole thing that Microsoft is I mean the transparent about it is that they're treating. We've mentioned this before on the show it's games as a service. So the whole idea is, how do we lower the barrier for people who aren't part of our XBOX user base to play to play our games, use our service and and earned that way how? Do we do it. We already have. We already have a system in place. So why don't we roll out gaming which is, which is basically what cloud is and then how do we take that and make it so someone doesn't necessarily have to buy for five, six, hundred dollars worth of hardware in order to access those same services I mean, it's brilliant. I think it's a very shrewd move on Microsoft's part. Not Knowing exactly what something like this would cost. Clearly, it'd be more less than at a console one of the newest for someone like May who's like? Okay, not much of a Gamer, there's only so much space I have to put something you know the idea of kind of physical console stuff I don't really like that. I don't really want that even if there was a great reason or a game that was driving me in the whole stream stick thing in two thousand sixteen maybe Microsoft was like the world not yet totally ready for this today people use them for all sorts of for all sorts of content and I think it's I think it's a really good
Washington governor clears movie theaters to operate at 25% capacity, including Seattle-area theaters
"To prep to prep each chair, each chair, countertop countertop and every and single every exposed single exposed spaces. spaces. Movie goers Movie are goers invited are invited back to back the big to screens. the big screens. Governor, Insley Governor, has Insley allowed has theaters allowed to theaters resume to operations, resume operations, although the majority although the majority of auditoriums of auditoriums can on Ly can B on 25% Ly B 25% of capacity. of capacity. We're thrilled We're thrilled toe once again toe once welcome again welcome you to a shared you to a shared immersive immersive experience. experience. Karate is Karate CEO is CEO of Cinemark, of Cinemark, which will open which its will federal open its way. federal Bellevue way. Bellevue and Tacoma and theaters Tacoma theaters on Friday. on Friday. Auditoriums Auditoriums will be extensively will be extensively disinfected disinfected each morning. each morning. And all And occupied all occupied seats will seats be sanitized will be sanitized between Showtime. between Showtime. Other changes Other changes Movie times Movie will times be severely will be severely staggered staggered to limit to crowds limit crowds in the auditorium, in the auditorium, especially especially in restrooms in restrooms between between movies. movies. AMC AMC will open will 14 open 14 of its 15 of its 15 regional complex regional complex is on Friday is on Friday and locally and owned locally faraway owned faraway entertainment entertainment will open its will open small its chain small of movie chain houses of movie Friday. houses Friday. Which includes Which the includes Neptune the Neptune in Seattle in Seattle and the Admiral and the Admiral in West Seattle, in West Seattle, Brian Brian Calvert Calvert camo News camo News cities of cities Edmunds of Edmunds and effort and have decided effort have to decided expand to expand their ST their ARY ST rules ARY rules well into November. well into November. Toe hope, Toe help hope, local help local
"ary" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Those court for the last three years. Barrett would be the fifth woman to serve as a Supreme Court justice, the second to be nominated by a Republican president. First, of course, was Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, nominated by Ronald Reagan in 1981. CBS News contributor. Former White House correspondent Peter Mayer covered Sandra Day O'Connor's nomination, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg is and Elena Kagan's and Sonia Sotomayor's. But Peter were likely in for a confirmation battle. Unlike those you've covered We sure are. And hello, Stephen. Democrats, including Judiciary Committee member Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut, say they won't even hold the customary get acquainted meeting with the nominee with Judge Barrett because, in their estimation It would legitimize a process that they reject for the now familiar and widely reported reasoning that it's so close to the election in the next president should make the choice and of course, there are memories of Senate Majority Leader McConnell. Blocking President Obama's nomination of Judge Merrick Garland in February of 2016. So that's the backdrop going forward to this nomination. And you don't have to be a legal scholar to see judge barrettes conservative voting record on cases involving many hot button issues, including abortion, immigration and gun rights. Judiciary Committee. Democrats will undoubtedly undoubtedly ask a lot of questions of the judge pointed questions on the abortion issue, especially in and perhaps how her Catholic fake faith would affect their her rulings. They enter Skal ary scholarly writings and in court ruling, she's been skeptical of broad readings of abortion rights. But she can be expected Stephen to tell her confirmation hearing that Roe v. Wade is settled legal precedent. That's the tact that she took during her confirmation hearings for the federal appeals court seat. Peter Mayors are CBS News contributor as we watch in the Rose Garden VIPs looks.
Mine is all gone
"A and welcome in is with shall episode of some and smokes where everything good and wife is worth discussing I'm your house made man Bob and joining me for this episode is Made Man Brent. Thanks I didn't realize it quick shot meant that we were going to be short episode. Not Drink these really quick house too late now so that it had a different meeting. Entirely we have went. We have women at supplies. Mansell's out. And Good Ole boy justin it can morning by. Well, today we're going to discussing some recent limited releases from the folks that locks go. We have the stone two thousand and nineteen women at addition Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey, and we have the what's Road Distiller as double barrel, Kentucky Straight Bourbon, Whiskey, and this episode sip sudden smokes is sponsored in part by the or whiskey society to find out more about the society in their events, you can visit them at. F.. T. l.. Ws Dot. com. And we've reviewed quite a whiskies from the folks that go yellowstone over the years But what's have Justin gives a little background about them just to refresh your memory. So let's go began in nineteen, fifty eight when Paul a Lux and David. Sherman. Senior created the David Sherman Corporation as private. Label bottler. Serving the needs of distributors, wholesalers and retailers starting out with one brand in nineteen sixty have steadily grown portfolio to include vodka rum gin occurs more importantly whiskey whiskey. Latin. Clean Windows. Get. In two thousand, six, they changed their name to Lex goes attributed to the founder pollock's. The company's one hundred percent family owned to this day. A few years ago. lesko bought a fifty percent stake in the limestone branch. Still Ary last year, they completed construction of their own thirty, five million dollar distillery in Bardstown. Kentucky. Named the Lux road distillery, it's really pretty distillery of your embarked. Sounded should. Definitely. A swing by I gotta try the. I. Haven't been to yet. So I went there when they were building it and we got the walk around through the construction site, and then just recently I got to stop in and it's been. Probably, ear and year, plus since I was there. So it's all finished and landscape and everything really really Nice Oh. Maybe. Why don't we have Brent, tell us about the first whisky thinks the first one we're going to be trying out is the yellowstone two thousand Nineteen Limited Edition Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey, this is. Yeah one, hundred, one, proof, Fifty, point, five, percent, AB, nine age stayed they they say this has got a suggested retail price around one hundred dollars for seven, hundred, fifty milliliter bottle. So Steve, beam his brother Paul? Being opened up limestone branches story in. Two. Thousand Eleven With the goal of create crafting the finest whisky in small batches with the history of is still on both sides of their family beaming Dant, the brothers are seventh generation distillers in two, thousand, fifteen, they brought the yellowstone brand back to the family. It's A, it's A. Real Alec, and a lot at that story because it's it's the exact antithesis of every big corporate distillery. Ever go to. It's a little place. The first time I went there the first I walked in and. There's a dog land next to the still who's looking at me like, what do you want? It's just so laid back. They were. You know they've expanded now considerably, but still it's You know it's it's a family run operation and it's If you're if you're up in, Kentucky definitely give swing by the tour guide is worth a visit us even. As. He's he's he is awesome. Let me tell you that guy is golden. There's very few tour guides that are really worth visit and he's one of the. Absolutely, but yeah, really cool place and they keep growing and we were up there doing barrel back. They're coming out with some really nice stuff. So. What did you say? Oh, actually. I did have a little bit information. Rumor has it that this is a blend of nine and twelve year old barrels.
Rare case of brain-destroying amoeba confirmed in Florida
"It's rare and deadly Florida's health departments confirming a case now of Naegleria foll ary. It's caused by a microscopic single celled amoeba that can infect and destroy the brain. Usually fatal. This case was found at Hillsborough County is one of only such 37 cases in the state since 1962. Throughout the U. S have been only 143 known cases. The Florida Health Department says only four of the people that have contracted this disease at this point Have survived.
Pakistan Stock Exchange Attack in Karachi Leaves Several Dead
"Now where there has been an armed attack on the country Stock exchange in the port city off Karachi. Sarkozy is head of admin and security at the stock exchange and was one of the few employees not working from home today because of covert 19 He was 500 feet away from the attack. The human had two minutes past 10 There was a terrorist attack. They were four terrorists. They stopped their car. Buy the stock exchange barrier, but our guards stopped them straightaway. They fired at the guards. Two of our guards were injured police vehicles and our personnel were also there. That's where the fight took place in ST Ary. Two of the terrorists were killed. That was an eye witness accounts. Let's speak to Ferhat Savard. Her joins us live from the Capitol off Pakistan. Islamabad Just give us some more details about what happened today in Karachi. Science. It was early in the morning when four men armed with a hand green air automatically bicycles and some ammunition. They tried to enter Pakistan Stock Exchange Building, which is located in a high security zone in the port city of Karachi, which is defined and shall have both the country as well. So they try to enter the man compound, which were were like hundreds. Office's off different financial institutions. Those Pakistan are located and that any normal day on any normal day it can hold up to 1000 people in that compound. So today it was a working day and these four men try to enter this compound, but luckily they were supported and stopped at the access gate, and they were Killed there so they couldn't enter that area. But he says that Including four armed men, two security guards of a private company who were on duty at the building and one police officer. They have been killed during this operation, and so the total number is seven. Police has also confirmed that they are collecting witnesses. They have identified one of the person who was killed and Baloch Liberation Army, which is a band militants outlet in the southwestern province of Pakistan. Catch clamp responsibility. Yes, tell us a little bit about Thiss organization that has claimed responsibility. Of this, It's basically it's not broach groups. Ah, one off one of such groups, which has long running insurgency for a separate homeland in the greater share of resources in Pakistan's approach province, So this organization was established in 19 seventies, but but it came to light and it got prominence in Late 2000 so on and started attacking different security personnel. Different security installations are not only in Balochistan province Sandy but also in other parts of the country as well. But last 3 to 4 years we have seen a surgeon in the attacks they conduct against the security forces in 2000 for Pakistan declared it as abandoned. A terrorist organization and which was followed by AH Britain British government in 2006 and just last year, the US government has also prescribed this organization as a terrorist terrorist outlet. Wei don't hear very much about the war for independence in Baluchestan. It really is ah, a 10 attention that between Baluchistan and the capital Islamabad and continues Teo to rear its head from time to time. Yes, we have. Ah, it happens like as you just said that like from starting from 19 seventies. They have been time and there was quite a lot of insurgency and Baluchistan province. That time it pulls its lowest moments as well. But ah for the for the last couple of years, especially after their operations against the militant started. In the other part ofthe Pakistan special Northwestern areas of you have seen a surgeon insurgency in blood dishonest well. There are many groups which which demand Agreed to share in the source of this Pakistan and declared that since blood test area lies. Pakistan is the biggest province of Pakistan. So it's it is very resourceful as well. But the blood people in Balochistan province quite often complain about their resources, not not given to them as a priority and there which are given to other province of this Pakistan one major reason Okay way we will leave it there for half devil joining us live from Islam
Mina Kimes Reporting on eSports
"Done a lot of long form sports journalism which I've read you know Aaron Rodgers Luca Donncha h And then you did these amazing stories about Korean e sports and Korean bad flipping the first eastport story. I wrote for ESPN. The magazine was at believe in two thousand fifteen and it was about a nineteen year old Korean kid named faker. That's his Gamertag. thrilling Who was the Best League of LEGENDS PLAYER IN THE WORLD? Then I WANNA say a couple of years later. I wrote another sports story about a girl named Gay Gurry in Korea who played overwatch plays overwatch. Who was so good. People thought she was treating the final story. Hope final but I also went to Korea And spent some time there to write about Korean baseball in particular to try to understand why Korean baseball players have such glorious and prolific backflips. Y Y Y Korean stories. When did you start doing them? Well they were total boondoggles. Because I got to go to Korea three times and see my family members on. Espn excellent stories. We're bringing them actually so it is a One of them. Yes so the first eastport story I did was in two thousand fifteen we as a company had not been covering sports before then And they by they I mean the editors Kinda came to me and they said well. We would like to do a feature about this. We're doing an issue. Can you tell us who to write about? Whatever you know. It's your choice. So that wasn't my idea to write about any sports so I spent like a week or so just re which I had the luxury to do as a features writer and I know is very luxurious to actually just kind of learned about the space and figure out what would work and video games or an at all. I didn't play a lot. You have to be like such an authority in so many different spaces within sports to add e- sports to that expertise driven it is but it's different because as a features writer it's very different from being an analyst like you're actually don't have to be an expert you just have to do the research right like in the process of doing that story. Nobody would expect me to have theories about Strategy Games Raji or you know. Be opinionated about that. They expect me to talk to people who are smart and trust them and synthesize that information anyways. I there were few American English articles about gaming couple features. Really hasn't been a lot and Every time I would read these articles they'd be about like a North American team whether it was legal legends. Which is the game ended up writing about? And then there'd always be a line in the story where the Koreans would just show up and kick their ass so I went back to ESPN. And I was like I think I should write about Koreans and then from there. I found out this one kid in particular was the best so yeah I kind of just my approach was to just write about it like we would write about a young Lebron or any other prodigy. I suppose in sports. Ns gamers name is gig ARY This is fake story before. Yeah so I learned all about the various tensions because the future's all about finding tensions and and that's what drives the story a good story but all the tensions associated with Gaming and Korea Crean Culture. I mean I was very interested. Not only okay. Who is this kid? Why so good but why are Koreans in particular so good at this? You know. You're not born with gaming gene? So I I think the socio economic and cultural reasons to me were as fascinating as anything else. So that that's how I ended up in Korea. The first time second time was about Giger US another player in that one. The detention and the piece was very obvious because she was a woman and had been through a very kind of interesting. I love that story. I thank you thank
Hells Angel: Sonny Barger
"On a typical weekend nights in Oakland. Nine hundred and sixty five. Sonny Barger had just received a call. One of his fellow hells angels was in trouble at a local bar. Sunny arrived to survey the scene at the four hundred club. He soon spotted the angel in his girlfriend being hassled by half a dozen guys from the local chrome shop. The ringleader had had just enough beers to be brave enough to trash. Talk the toughest guys in Oakland Sunny stocked over cool and collected to tell his brother that it was time to go and for good measure. He stuck twenty-five automatic in the mouth of the ringleader. Just to let him know what would happen if he didn't stop running his mouth. Shut him up sunny and the angel left but the Gulf remained doubled back inside to retrieve her through the window. Sunny spotted the ringleader. Giving her trouble he shook his head big mistake he'd already been warned once. Sunny stormed back in walked up to the guy and hits him on the side of the head with his twenty-five but the gun accidentally went off grazing. The man's skull sunny chuckled to himself. He'd been trying not to hurt the poor idiot but fate at clearly intervened so sunny grant this poor bleeding. Drunken mess bent him over the pool table and shot him again the lesson. Don't mess with a hells angel. Welcome to kingpins apar- Original I'm Alastair murden and I'm Kate Leonard. Every Friday. We journey inside the ranks of Organized Crime Rings From Street gangs to mafiosos to understand how a kingpin or Queen Pin Rises to the top of the underworld and why they full as we follow the lives of infamous crime bosses. We'll explore how money and power change them and how it changed the community around them. You can find episodes of kingpins and all other podcast originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream kingpins for free on spotify. Just open the APP and type kingpins in the search bar at podcast. We are grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter podcast network this week with telling the story of Sonny Banga Legendary President of the Oakland Biker? Gang the hell's angels this week. We'll be exploring his club's rise to national infamy alongside the counterculture movements of the nineteen sixties. Next week we'll see how drugs and crime changed the face of the club forever in Nineteen Sixty three twenty five year old. Sonny Bono was president of the Oakland. Chapter of the hells angels. This meant he sat at the top of the burgeoning empire of outlaw motorcycle clubs known for drinking fighting and dealing drugs. Many anti-establishment organizations like these actually rose to prominence after world. War Two military veterans. Who had trouble fitting back into the square world of the nineteen fifties needed somewhere to go and shoot the breeze? Hollywood saw the appeal to the Marlon Brando movie. The Wild One introduced audiences across America to the world of leather jacket wearing motorcycle. Gangs causing mayhem. Wherever they went. But in the summer of nineteen sixty three sunny bargar had a bigger concern establishing his Oakland Charter as the dominant. Hells Angel Club even more powerful than the Founding San Bernardino Chapter. He also wanted to unite with other outlaw motorcycle clubs around the State. Sure they spent a fair amount of time beating each other up and jockeying for territory but they could put their beef aside to unite against a common foe. The cops so sunny bargar had an idea that would eventually become a hells angels tradition the Labor Day. Weekend RUN OUTLAW. Motorcycle clubs from all over the state would unite in Porterville California a medium sized town halfway between Fresno and Bakersfield there was no Setai Tin Ary. Just a plan to drink smoke weed and get up to whatever. Mischief found them. Sunny Bargar led his Oakland. Hells angels into Porterville to rendezvous with four other leading clubs the stray Satan's the galloping goose's the Coleman sheriffs and the cavaliers in all there were about two hundred bikers invading a town of about nine thousand people. At first everything went according to plan with bikers from different clubs bonding over drugs and women then an Oakland Angel Named Charlie. Magoo was having a drink in a bar minding his own business when an old townie through a beer in his face as soon as Magoo leapt to his feet. The old townie realized he'd made a grave error. There was no way he could take this guy in a fight. The townie bumbled an apology but it was too little too late. Magoo punched him in the face. The old man stumbled so Magoo punched him a second time. Then a third. The old man collapsed on the floor. Knock out but instead of settling things the townie went home grabbed. A gun came back and pointed it at Magoo. This was his town. These angels needed to go Vista Magoo had backup a group of fellow. Angels grabbed townies gun and turned it back around on him. They all took turns beating him until he had to be sent to the hospital. Meanwhile sunny was presiding over a Bachan. All that had taken over the Porterville main drag motorcycles were racing each other down the street the bikers girlfriends and female hangers on. Were having wet. T shirt contests. Everyone was drunk high or both. The angels stopped any vehicles passing through town and forced open. Their car does if they were young women in the car. They attempted to pull them out so they could join the party whether they wanted to on not not. Everyone was thrilled namely the Porterville. Chief of police. He worried he was losing control of the situation so he called out to other counties for backup by nine thirty PM over two hundred and fifty cops rolled into downtown to stop the madness. Their first move was to set up a blockade hoping to direct the bikers. Down One road out of town once was set the chief got on the Bullhorn and announce the bike has had five minutes to clear out. Meanwhile fire trucks spreads soapy water down the main streets making it impossible to race they turn their hoses on bikers. Knocking them off their harleys. Local teens even got into the action climbing to the tops of buildings and throwing bricks down onto the street faced with an army of guns hoses and bricks. The bikers had no choice but to leave town. Sunny led his bikers to the parking lot of Sports Center. A few miles outside of town to assess the situation as they counted their ranks. They realized they were missing for members who had been knocked off their bikes and arrested. Some of the other clubs wanted to give up and peel out. They trusted that lost members to bail themselves out of jail and find their way home but sunny refused to leave without all of his Oakland. Hells Angels Brothers. So at two thirty. Am they turned their bikes around and headed? Back to PORTERVILLE SEVILLE COPS had lined up squad cars to block the bridge leading into town and they were prepared to wait as long as it took for the hells angels to leave town for Good. Sunny wasn't intimidated. By the show of force. He ordered his bikers to line up in a counter blockade across the other half of the bridge. If the cops wouldn't let people into town. Then the hells angels wouldn't let anyone leave either. It was a standoff. Eventually a highway patrol officer approached sunny to try and broker peace sunny told the officer he just wanted his men back and would gladly pay the twenty five dollars for their bail. The officer took them to the portable chief of police. But the chief didn't think twenty five dollars was enough his counter-offer fifty thousand dollars. Sunny exploded in anger. He was trying to play by the rules. And these cops were trying to take advantage of him. Sensing a confrontation. The highway patrol officer scrambled to get the chief to agree to a low a bail sunny and the chief agreed to fifty dollars. And the Hells Angels. Pass the hat to raise the money. It seemed like a fair resolution. Yet by the time sunny and the bikers finally left town. They found another row of cops waiting for them. Ready to pull over any angel. Whose bike wasn't up to code and as a group devoted to customizing their rides. This was damn near all of them. This was the last Straw for Sonny. They were done being stopped by the cops. He ordered his men to outrun the police and they did in just one night sonny. Berger proved himself the undisputed leader of the hells angels and the baddest of all the outlaw bikers in California.
Clayton Christensen and Disruptive Innovation
"Been a week. It's been awake very dear a friend and mental of Mine Pasta Way this week and I. It's it's hard for something like this to happen. And for but not to a impact you quite a bit impact mate and it has so yeah. It's it's been awake. Well that friend and mentor is obviously the Professor Clayton Christianson who You know I think we'll do is I'm going to start in set this up. I want most of this podcast. I think actually really to be from your perspective in your view because you sort of knew him in a way that few of US listening did by virtue of you is you not just took his class but also co wrote a book with him. How will you measure life which is a particularly sort of meaningful book on the in the context of of someone's death whereas you know for for me it was it was much more of a a different relationship in that there wasn't one yet if felt like there was certainly someone? I looked up to someone that really the helped make business school. Make sense to me for for me from sort of a personal perspective and certainly was a massive influence on strategic ary generally and you know this this podcast specifically. I think we've told the story that the entire reason that this podcast got started. What got off the ground on was? I wrote an article. The trajectory entitled what Clay Christie's and got wrong. And you did not like that article or or you do not like the title of particular and so I said well. Let's get coffee and talk about it and then we were talking about. I said well instead of having this discussion over coffee we should have this discussion as a podcast and I would like to think that it is a discussion that is is still ongoing. I think it was just last week. We talked about or not last week. The last episode episode we talked about disruption and whether it applied to apply a particular case and. I don't anticipate that changing anytime soon. Yeah just from a purely a professional perspective. He's just like he's thinking. His ideas have had such an impact inside the business world inside of how companies operate inside. Oh I'd how executives think about things. It's it's hard to overstate well particularly in the tech industry because I think the the bit about disruption that that people forget about is an. You've made this example on the podcast of Best Western is not going to disrupt. You know the four seasons right because if they they wanted to actually deliver a competitive product they would quickly end up being just as expensive as the four seasons and and so that's not being cheap is not being being disruptive what is disruptive is leveraging technological change to fundamentally like changed the structure of what can be delivered in the needs that can be met and so the true disruptor to the four seasons is airbnb not not because it visits competing on a different vector that is unlocked by technological change. In this case you know sort of commoditisation of trust which we've we've talked about and this idea that you don't need the brand name for people to be. We know way their heads down to rest in your location but now you can compete on different vectors. Whether that be you know having a kitchen or different location or a yard or or whatever ever it might be and now you actually are competing with the four seasons on a completely different vector in a way that they can't respond because there's sort of locked in into the way they do it and but but the the piece that piece about there must be something fundamentally different at the core of the business model that makes it as symmetric competition and and that is again. It's technological like now technology does not necessarily mean like traditional high tech. The mini mill example was not about high-tech doc per se or Watson the other examples that that professor Christianson had but where are most of the technological changes they are in the tech industry and and. I think you know what was so powerful about the innovators dilemma. When it came out in ninety seven I think the article was in nineteen ninety? Four in this is probably the case with the Becerra the theories it sort of takes something that people had a sense of an intuition around and it sort of puts it down on paper in black and white and and we are. That's what's going on I- quakers didn't invent disruption sort of he uncovered something that was going on and was reproducible and consistent across multiple domains jeans and then going forward. Did it become more of a playbook absolutely you know. That's the tech industry's thoughts about destruction is always you know for is interesting because prescription description mostly focused on sort of established companies as managers as you would think someone that is a business school professor at H. B. S. but for Silken does like. There's a playbook because we are all about the technological change and this is how we can actually leverage it and apply it to take over different sort of
U.S. Growth at Slowest Since 2016
"From the Commerce Department. This morning came our first peek at economic growth for the fourth quarter of last year and with it the early estimate of growth for all of two thousand nineteen September. Through new years. The American economy grew at an annualized rate of two point one percent for the full year two point three percent well below it ought to be I noted what president trump and his advisors have been promising with their policy prescriptions also a slowdown from two thousand eighteen to boot of particular interest to us today. Hey the line item in this report covering business. Investment what companies are spending on equipment and computers and office supplies and the like it has been falling for three straight quarters now. Marketplace's short gets. Its going with what we ought to take from that for nine months now American businesses have been spending less and less money on things they might need need in the future. Everything that you have in your office. Everything is having a production factory that is business investment and that is Torsten Slack chief economist at deutschebank. That's a trade. War came along we began to see business spending begin to slow down and unfortunately there's been an status slowdown for essentially the last eighteen months or so the business investment accounts for about thirteen percent of GDP more than two point eight to really IAN dollars so if businesses are kind of backing away slowly from investing in the future. What does that mean for the future? The Lost Time we saw business investment decline for three quarters or more was heading heading into the two thousand eight two thousand nine recession Nicholas Bloom is professor of economics at Stanford we are not rest assured bloom says about to have another big recession Russian decline in business investment now is tiny compared to what it was back then swearing although not surprising for now. Shrinking business investment means. Our economy is growing more slowly. Which we've known? GDP growth in the fourth quarter of twenty nineteen was two point one percent. It was two point. Nine percent overall back in two thousand eighteen Richard TASERS chief corporate economists with Wells Fargo and company over the long run if we as a society do not invest in upgrading and modernizing and expanding our capital stock with newer and better Sheen ARY instructors equipment. We'll be productive and economists. Say they do not expect a rebound in business investment asmant around the corner in New York. I'm Sabrina short for marketplace. So that's US but as I mentioned above there is the small matter of the rest of the global economy. We we also learned this morning that the Mexican economy actually contracted last year not allot a tenth of a percent for all of two thousand nineteen but it is the worst showing for the Mexican economy in a decade marketplace Mitchell Hartman. Has that one. The economic news on Mexican cable network millennial today wasn't good man. He coke zero percent while a lot of economies. Hit speed bumps twenty nine thousand nine hundred. Mexico hit a roadblock says Council on Foreign Relations Latin America analysts Shannon. O'Neill Mexico has has definitely been affected by the softness and US manufacturing and particularly in the automobile industry in aerospace. That's because parts and finished goods. Go go back and forth across the border again and again before being shipped to their final destination and Monica to bowl at the Peterson Institute. Says this complex supply. I Ching often involves another country China. Mexico appears to have been the hardest hit economy on a micro level by the US S. China trade war. A lot of the supply chains between the US and China run through Mexico as well as Mexico's manufacturing sector construction -struction and consumption have also been week economists Repairman Chalk that up to uncertainty. He says business owners and International. Investors have been spooked. EXPI- Mexico's new president cancelling big infrastructure projects and the borders than volatile. In twenty. That team there was discussion about diverting the resources that are used to clear cargo back and forth in order to deal with the refugee situation. There has been some slowdown in the retail traffic. Both sides of the border other problems. Meanwhile continue to play. The country says Monica to bowl. It's a slow growing economy. And one of the reasons is the drag posed by e security narcotrafficking corruption. Issue you. She says even in the best of times. The Mexican economy hasn't grown more than about two and a half percent. I'm Mitchell Hartman for
Madoff Whistleblower Targets GE; Israel Bars Omar, Tlaib
"Felicia israel has barred u._s. congresswoman rasheeda and ilan omar from entering israel and didn't this follow pressure from president trump yup so president trump this morning had quite pointed tweet encouraging israel to go ahead and do this. There's been some conversation here in recent days that israel might back away from an announcement made last month that it would let the congresswoman in israel says the decision was mainly. I do too the lawmakers ternary but it seems like the timing between trump's very very pointed statements <hes> and the sudden reversal on israel's part. It's hard to not link them. Netanyahu faces reelection in september one of the things he's campaigned on. There's a strong relationship with president trump and president trump before his last election in april meet some moves to really help netanyahu <hes> before the vote he recognize israel sovereignty over the golan heights he president trump hosted netanyahu at the white house and i think there is some speculation here that netanyahu is counting on trump again to offer him some sort of gesture before the election shen and there's a feeling that netanyahu wouldn't wanna do anything to his trump off but officially israel says that the decision had more to do you with the tenure of the lawmakers also wasn't another factor the congresswoman support for boycotting israel. I think the deputy foreign minister made this is on israeli public radio yeah exactly so basically yes that they were their supporters of boycott divestment and sanctions movement israel pass a law recently recently that it has the authority to deny entry to the country based on those grounds <hes> excited this law when saying <hes> that they wouldn't let these lawmakers in pointed to write-in ary which they said was a visit to palestine not israel that skipped any official meetings things with with isreaeli government or opposition members <hes> in israel sites interpretation of this itinerary which made available yet they felt it was fueling the boycott movement isn't the most unusual aspect of this affair felicien sure mr trump's tweet. That's a rather unusual request. Yeah i mean it's a pretty unprecedented in unheard of move by american president president to encourage an ally to crack down on his political opponents are used to cover the seat department and i know american diplomats take care to try to keep politics politics out of international relations. Were seeing a different approach here and i think it's causing duck me a lot of concern releasing some court it diplomatic circles in israel and also in the u._s. In addition to democrats who see eve actions as intensification of a process to make israel a wedge issue felicia that's wall street journal israel and palestinian territories correspondent felicia schwartz
"ary" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"The art of Chuck Ary Chocolate. They don't want to be called that <hes> that's burdock Dot Com Promo Code America and boom a pair of free nunchucks with your Pear Bergdahl. She will take these. You won't take these things off. I promise you I agree with that warm for a week straight whenever I was in Hawaii and I'll probably do it for most of the summer again now. I love them because you don't have to do a lot traveling K. traveling you know it sucks during the travelling traveling part is making sure you have enough underwear for the trip because it's taking up space in your already small bag and now at the bird dogs leave now at least two days of trip. I don't have to match because I can wear two pairs of bird dogs no underwear yeah. They got the underwear for you growing up. I always hated the underwear in there. I've always hated it but just like you up the poop. They say just like your taste buds change every five years. I do believe my thighs changed because I used to. I think I used is to not be able to handle it. You're tation wise now. They're good to go. I'm a big bird dogs. I'm all board burdock strain to go bird dogs dot com forward slash America and get some nunchucks took it up respect back to the conversation with Mr Tanny. Do you have another album come out your debut. Album was up for a couple of Europe for a couple of nominations for Ama awards for new artists and breakthrough artists and your video got a Lotta love or you're working on a new album right now. That's kind of how it works. New Album Tore Award season repeat. That's country music world. Am I right. It is an yet we're of where he started on the new record we got a new song released and Friday two more songs that are GonNa Bonus record and then I hit the studio and like a month star recording for the next record. Can I get a part of a writing. Can I be a part of a writing circle. Please come on. We'll drink whisky right something. I don't know what it would be. We'll figure it out. I'm not doing a lot of the drinking anymore but I'll bring all the vitamins. I'll drink. What's the song let's drop it on Friday? That's a song on anything she says <hes> about to announce our tour or Friday as well. I like headlining tour which will be this fall and we're taking on a band called C. Four so we featured them on the song and I wrote it with him. So how how big are the places. You're playing the venues. I mean it depends anywhere her me right now. We're on all the festivals I mean they can be. That's awesome you know thirty to sixty thousand people. That's awesome. It just depends on what words out or what festival this I was listening to Rick Ross route rap song recently and you're talking about the young rappers bragging about being in festivals because they're not getting any decimals I believe was the words he rhymed the fest the festivals that feels like that's just an incredibly good time. How is is it for business wise though too yeah I mean festivals? Pay The bills to I mean that's how you make your money. <hes> when you go on your own tours you got a lot of costs you know you have to bring everything. Bring your setup all the sound all that stuff and you do that for your fans and obviously the bigger but festival bring. Everyone wants all country music. Fans are all whatever johnny rat they love the music and your your setup to make you know actually make money on the road because again you don't have to carry as much gear and equipment that makes sense at all yeah because when you're small operation you gotta gotta put everything together yourself so you reduce those costs right you take away what's going on and you multiply. What's going in Mr Ten penny? That's how you collect a China pennies. You know what I mean. You know what I mean. I know exactly what you playing a Bogart's in Cincinnati I might be. I don't know I never know where I'm era where I'm just saying and you should play their bogart's Bogart's in Cincinnati. Ah It's not great for comedy but I think you're typing music would crush crush. They got three bars in the venue.
Castbox integrates with Waze
"Box has announced integration with ways of popular navigation service drivers canal. Listen to their favorite podcasts on cast box while navigating to their destination with the ways app in New Zealand. One in three people listen to podcasts every week. That's according to figures, released by RN's Ed and asked. The figures also claimed that listening has doubled in the past ten months, the Google podcasts. Create a program has announced then you round of teams who will be participating in the program, including six independent podcast production teams from Brazil, India, Spain Lebanon Columbia and the US podcast movement, have published their full speaker shovel. The event is in mid August in Orlando and Florida in the US, and we'll be there. The organizers have also announced twenty scholarship recipients, lipstick and via. Final sponsoring these society culture and advocacy track ensuring a place for diverse voices to speak at the conference. They tell us the company has fourteen podcasts. Mckellen have released May's top US podcast, advertisers, ZipRecruiter is still number one pod. Track have also released May's top US podcasts, the proprietary opt in data claims that the daily is at number one this American life at number two and stuff, you should know is it. Number three, US radio broadcaster MS communications has invested in undisclosed amount into Los Angeles based sound that brands branded podcast company radio. Public are working to expand less in American podcasting. Partnering with a podcast platform in Chile called sue Bela radio NPR and Edison. Research unveiling their new smart audio report on June twenty fifth two o'clock eastern. You can register for the free webinar in a link which you'll find episode notes and. Our newsletter. It'll be presented by Tom Webster and Joe superman post production company resonate recordings have an answer. Sister company, black mountain media, which will focus on pre-production aspects of podcasting. Sanchez content creation and development of new shows the company's first podcast is culpable in partnership with ten to foot TV further to our recent mention of the new Pushkin industries podcast for luminary UK podcast. Producers chalk and blade contact us with the news that they are producing a total of three shows for Pushkin this year too for luminary and a further title for the Rockefeller Foundation. The company is also working with other US networks, marshal Louis from wondering has been interviewed by music ally. This really is its own medium. He says of podcasting audio boom, is to spend four million dollars on new podcasts. According to a piece that we discovered in prolific London today. One voice one. Mike is a new. Film documentary about the rise of podcasting. It'll be released on Amazon prime on international podcast day September, thirtieth, and it screening at festivals before then we link to a trailer today. Spotify watch since the company released the your daily drive playlist in the US, both NPR news now and Pierre is the world audio segments feed snappy title. Both went to the top of the top podcasts chart on the service. The daily was already there multitude live is an event for you in the bell house in New York City, it's this Friday night, and they'll be showcasing segments of their most beloved shows and trying out new live only formats, and we mentioned a bunch of new podcasts today. It's almost as if we had four hours to go through our Email, isn't it blinded faith? New podcast from voice works and social chain the CBC have lodged chosen family. Their first long form interview podcast, the bunnies podcast is. Back from the luxury retailer with a new host journalist and activist, nor tag ary bleeped is all about censorship. And some of the times when people have been censored, and when they fought back and sides door from the Smithsonian MPR X has kicked off a new season, looking at the museum, and that's the
"ary" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"This is you lease goal. The whole thing right away. I don't know why. The moving. Gyulay's gold was the centerpiece premiere at the nineteen Ninety-seven Sundance film festival Fonda won a Golden Globe award, I performances and was also nominated for an Academy Award and Screen Actors Guild award. The film's title refers, most concretely to the Honey Yuli produces as a beekeeper, particularly that made from the nectar of the Tupelo tree. So I think the reason why I know this, and it came to me so quickly is because it is a very popular crossword puzzle. Yes, sir. Because of its. U. L. E. E S, exactly. Great job. Thank you question. Nine twenty eleven one word title, hit Dan song by a French DJ in an Australian recording artist French TJ shrine recording artists. That is also an element. Molybdenum. Nope. I am moving. Oh, titanium, yes. Yes, I always forgot Austrailia. I keep forgetting that I keep thinking she's British high taniwha m-, the song originally featured vocals from Mary J Blige version of the song leaked online, in July twenty eleven so sear revealed that David Guetta put her vocals on the song without asking for permission. So it was supposed to be like, David got a and so, like see wrote the song. Yeah. And then it was like, what's the song sound like and see, like saying for him? And then they had it recorded with Mary, J Blige, and then that version leaked online, and people were like, oh, this isn't the real song, because David Guetta, then put out the version with SIA. And she was like that wasn't. We agreed to so made her manning that so on like a darker note. So while the song is beautiful, the music video is very dark. It's about a boy, supernatural powers destroys a school in shown running away from a swat team. Like a lot about this music video, the song was pulled from the radio after the twenty thirteen sandy, hook elementary school shooting, because it has, like destruction of school. But on a different American pop singer. Katy Perry was the first person to be offered the track. But she turned it down because she felt its message was too similar to the song firework. So I wrote the song, and then they kind of like Katie period, you wanna do it, marriage oblige. You wanna do it. And then instead of just put out the version was, yeah. Well, she's got an incredible voice. Yeah. If that was like the demo trail. I know you imagine. She was like at a hundred. Oh, oh my God. And finally question, ten nineteen Ninety-six Aram column about a former golf prodigy who hangs out with Cheech Marin at a driving range all day. But then falls for the actress who now plays frigging in the movies. Something iron like nine iron or. No. Okay. Well, then I don't know what is it?.
"ary" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"So an a is for natrium for natural soda, which is sodium could, you know, aluminum a l it is for the Latin Allieu men, meaning alum, or bitter salt aluminum is the most abundant meddle in. In the earth's crust. Yes. Which we learned too late while not too late. But, like we started making stuff out of aluminum, and people were like, oh, it's the most precious metal we're going to make the cap of the Washington Monument aluminum. Oh, and then they discovered that they could get turns out. We're going to wrap our food away. Yeah. In potassium k it's named for English Potasse or potash. In the symbol. K is from the Latin name. Kelly him K L, M meeting Qiao signed ashes potassium is litter K. I say okay for the Latin calcium. All right. And then the big long list of ones that are named for descriptors. Great hydrogen, h it is Greek via Latin and French. It's meaning is water begetter from the Latin, and French hydrogen, or hydro, and Jen, hydrogen water, gutter lithium L. I it means stone, it was discovered from a mineral while other common Alkali metals were discovered in plant tissue lithium is the lightest metal on the periodic table. It floats in water. And it also burns in water. Carbon c meaning charcoal from the Latin carbo, meaning charcoal carbon forms. More compounds than all of the other elements combined. That's more than ten million compounds that are just carbon. Nitrogen n it is Greek via Latin and French. It's meaning is native soda begetter or nighter also called salt. Peter nitrogen is the most abundant in the earth's atmosphere. Yes. Oxygen o Greek via French meaning to bring forth acid Oxy gentlemen, it was believed to be an essential component of acids dot like, oh, well, this is the element that's causing these acids to, to happen. It must mean this. So I mean turns out like early, but, but that's where it got from in oxygen those common element in both the earth's crust, and your body fluorine f from Latin for a slowing. Ooh. Neon.
Trudeaus Welcome To Canada: Three Years Later
"You supported it at the time, and the numbers would suggest you did you probably remember the first government plane of Syrian refugees arriving in Canada. This week. Canadian airports will be the sights of some first tentative steps in Canada refugees who have fled Syria are slowly beginning to arrive. Now, this is a wonderful night where we get to show not just a planeload of new Canadians. What Canada's all about we had to show the world how to open our hearts and welcome in people who are fleeing extraordinarily difficult situations. Justin Trudeau's brand made a virtue of Canadians welcoming accepting and supporting refugees from around the world and particularly from Syria in the months after Donald Trump when the two thousand sixteen American election with anti immigrant rhetoric Trudeau leaned further into this strategy. You may remember a famous hashtag welcome to Canada. And all the victory laps the liberal government. And to be fair, many of us took and reaction to the global praise. We received for our efforts that was a while ago. And as much as many of us might like to hold onto our image of goodhearted always welcoming world beloved Canada. It's time to ask some questions. Have we lived up to our promise to those refugees? We sponsored them and publicly welcomed them. We gave them jackets and a years worth of sponsorship. And how have they fair is that image of the welcoming Canadian really still who we are a recent survey found for the first time that forty percent of us believe there are too many visible minorities coming to Canada included in that forty percent are seventy one percent of conservatives. The conservatives are currently leading federal election polls by a healthy margin. So have we changed or has this sentiment always being here? And finally, what is it like for people fleeing their home for a better life to arrive in Canada today? And. Jordan, heath Rawlings. And this is the big story. Nncholas Kyung is the Toronto star's immigration. Reporter he's been in touch with many Syrian refugees since they arrived in this country. Do you remember back in January of twenty seventeen the hashtag welcome to Canada tweets from Justin Trudeau who can't? Yeah. What did that symbolize back then? And what kind of story did that spark about Canada immigration? And I think that was a different time and era. Trump was elected and his I think it put Trudeau in the very contrasting image. And I think he felt the need to distinguish himself from, you know, our leaders south of the border with all these regular what we call quote unquote, irregular migrants crossing the border. You know, I think he wanted to stick to his image of being an yell liberal leader progressive, you know, I think that's what behind, you know, his tack on on Twitter in the last couple of years has Candida in reality. Walked that talk. When it comes to welcoming, refugees, and emigrants definitely initially. We did right after the liberals were elected. I'm sure you remember the. Image of Ellen Kirti the Syrian child who lying face down. Dad, you know, on a beach in Turkey, and I think that image actually touched hearts of Canadians, and you know, and then we had a, you know, after ten years of the hopper government who whose government had always been criticized as being anti refugees and immigrants because of all these changes they made on immigration policies. So it was very refreshing the beginning to to have a new leader who's actually friendly to refugees and open your doors to refugees. And and and think you know, that actually received a Trudeau received a lot of accolades from, you know, a lot of Canadians, but then, you know, something out of his control, you know, no one anticipated that was the election of Trump, and the kind of implications of his travel bans, a his anti immigration immigrants, especially to do with the undocumented, including the dreamers that actually driven a lot of. Undocumented, you know, migrants south of the border to cross the border into the states. And I think you know, it started off being just trickling in you know, in in Manitoba and a little bit in Quebec. And then when the word God out and just you know, they just coming in in droves. Yeah. And I'm sure that liberal government also was caught off guard by it. And then, you know, I think the sentiment changed. I was actually talking to a friend this morning about how the idea of, you know, who is more deserving immigrants the idea the introduced in ten years by Jason Kenny, I think, you know, he was the first one who introduced you know, who is more deserving immigrants. You know ranking, you know, permanent residents skilled immigrants would be about, you know, try someone trying to be sponsored round under feminine family reunification, and then you have the real refugees and a bogus refugees. And I think that that concept actually was introduced. And then, you know, now, you know, we would hear, you know, even refugees criticizing the the regular migrants crossing from the states as jumper, and average is also criticizing I think, you know, it's very interesting to see how that legacy of dividing even amount migrant groups and advocates are we seeing a change in more than just perception have the liberals made any recent changes to that policy. I'll definitely and I think what is interesting last Monday. I'm sure you remember somewhere burried in their three hundred ninety two and ninety seven page a federal budget. Yeah. There were some changes about how to close that loophole in what we call the safe third country agreement for those, you know, audience who are not familiar with what the safe third country agreement is basically, then any asylum seekers from seeking protection in, you know, if they first arrived in the states that cannot, you know, just cross the border into Canada and make. An Silom claim and vice versa. Glad there's a provision in that agreement that actually if you know a migrant actually cross between of the official ports of entry. Meaning that if they manage to sneak in to the country than they're not down by that restrictions. So that's what we are seeing when the word got out, you know, a lot of people knowing that someone successfully managed to get through the border, you know, some would say irregularly or some, you know, conservatives with them illegally causing the different change in the policy in the last two years. You know, you've heard a lot of criticisms from advocates general public, you know, veering that, you know, all of a sudden we'd closing down a border like what the stays in a Trump has done between Mexico and the US like is it a demarcation of a new trend. You know, or is just you know, an election maneuver, you know, before the Tober election. We don't know we'll have to see I feel like there's kind of. Of a contradiction in terms of the way, we like to think of ourselves and hold up. I know I've done it myself. I've got many friends and acquaintances who do it who really treasure that idea of candidate being incredibly welcoming immigrants and refugees from all over the world. And then you start to see these signs that not only are the loopholes being closed, but public perception has shifted, and I wonder in your work have the people you talk to who are refugees or who work with refugees. Have they seen the same kind of welcoming that we like to talk about on the ground in practice. You know, as interesting, you know, when when we talk about public opinions, you know, the issues about discrimination and racism, you know, I think it has never gone away. But I just feel now with the issue over the irregular migration from the states with, you know, all the nationalist movements in we're seeing in Europe, South of the border in the states and. You know, we had last year we had a mayoral candidate. I'm not going to name her because I think as you know, I just don't want her name be heard, you know, running for mayor as the mayor of the city. I think you know, it's just a matter of you know, in all this public polls people just become more vocal. You know, we have always heard about Canadians being polite being nice in. I came as an immigrant myself when I was twenty three years old that was like longtime ago as a newcomer, you know, you always could feel it, you know, from body language from you know, it doesn't have to be verbally someone is being discriminatory, but you just being more sensitive more where an edge just feel though sentiments always there. But you know, it's just a matter of one I think the volume of than the volume meaning the number of immigrants coming the source country. They're coming from. Meaning, you know, they're more, you know migration. Global migration the move on movement always from developing country to develop country. These people are looking forward, you know, that alive. Not a worse life, right? Yeah. So the source country, meaning that, you know, the major source would be from Africa from the Middle East and from Asia, and I think that, you know, ratio combination and the volume definitely, you know, a contributing contributing factors to promote that kind of nationalist populist movement. Plas-, you know, you have you know, politicians playing contra and divide. My feeling is those sentiments just coming about surface. Now instead of being, you know, hidden, you know, you know, now, you, you know, you would hear you know, even politicians talking about the idea of political correctness. And I think, you know, even back in the nineties, you know, those would be considered like French opinions menaul, you you know, is publicly debate. I'm not all I'm like, you know, four for public dialogues on you know, how politically correct should Canadians b but I just feel the way, you know, you talk. About these issues. You know, you have to be really careful you don't want to see what's what has happened in Europe happening in Canada because we are way more diverse in our population. If we have die kind of divisive emotions among as we would be in bigger trouble than just, you know, one community against another because it would be like a chaos like many communities against many different communities and the two and some years since we really started welcoming a large amount of Syrian refugees. What have we seen in terms of what their lives are like what issues they faced how well they've settled in Canada because I feel like we heard a lot about them when they first arrived. And we welcome them. With open arms says we love to tout. And then obviously, there's a whole process that happens away from the cameras. Uh-huh. We actually at the the star. We actually did last year was the third year at a third verse ary of their Saruman of the first wave of Syrians arriving. And we did, you know, do, you know a series of stories to look at how well they have integrated. They have not integrated and one of the, you know, I in general like, I think my observation as, you know, just like any migrants, you know, you have the issues about adjustment to a couch her to new language about finding jobs finding housing it is no different from if you and I would move from Toronto to toback or two I think you back would be a better example because of the language difference. But the thing is, you know, we would have, you know, the, you know, already support social support network of friends and sometimes families to help us out. But I think for refugees under the big difference is they don't come here by choice. If you remember when you know initially when the series arrived. Which interview a lot of Syrians? And you know, they didn't you never heard of Canada before they didn't want to come. And if they had a choice some of them actually wanted to go back and six months when the war was over. Really? That's what they told me. But for a lot of immigrants, I think especially immigrants they come here by choice to come here with the skills. They wanted to make a bad alive if not for themselves, if as we heard about, you know, doctors driving cabs phenomenon before, but at least, you know, for the second joined they raised generations. They wanted them to succeed to have a good education. But you know, that's by choice. You know, they always have the choice to go back before refugees. They don't have that choice. What kinds of resources are available to them? And and one of the reasons we're talking to you today is because there's a a story out of Calgary of a nine year old hours that story. Yeah. Of a nine year old Syrian refugee girl who took her own life, and she was being bullied at school. Which is I mean on the one hand is something that not just refugee kids face. But I wonder what kind of resources are available for. For those folks who might be going through that because I can only imagine what that would be like in combination with trying to integrate, and, you know, a language barrier and everything else before we before you answer your questions. I just want to talk about little bit of the terminology the terminology of refugees. Okay. Because I think there's a lot of inner confusion among the public. You know, they think refugees refugees refugees, but they're actually different categories of of refugees. You know, what we talk about this Syrian refugees that, you know, a lot of community groups have sponsored in the last few years, we call those sponsored refugees, meaning that the regard the destination by UNHCR the UN United Nations refugee agency, so to find them as legit refugees. And they are being they had to go through medical clearances and security clearances by Canadian officials before they are being resettled as permanent residents in Canada. Meaning that when he arrived there already permanent residents, right? But I I think. Sometimes people confuse, you know, confuse them with refugees who come across the US border. We call those, you know, you know, technically illegally as asylum seekers because they are status still undecided. Meaning they still need to go before a refugee judge to get present their claims why they need Canada's protection, and you know, and then we'll be a positive or negative decision. So there are different surfaces afford to you know, though, the Syrians who are sponsor to Canada, and those asylum seekers who actually just come here for protection when we talk about, you know, two Syrians, they're known to kind of social and community services available available to them as no different from. You know, any, you know, if someone come as an architect or a lawyer they're eligible to any, you know, housing surfaces a counseling, including mental health counseling, employment counseling, and they get helped to rage. The kids go to school to enroll the kids in schools and. Everything that you can think of you know, and for your initial settlement. But when we talk about the asylum seekers because you know, their status in Canada, still uncertain. So there's actually very limited government surfaces actually available to them. Yes. The kids can go to school. They can apply for a work permit to work in Canada. But before or you know, you know, there's an outcome. You know, whether they've been acepted as refugee or not they would not be able to let's say to get, you know, housing support or you know, some of the other services. Yep. So, you know, it's so it depends on which group we're talking about, you know, there's, you know, again, you know, comes down to that different labellings of refugees and migrants when you talk to people who don't know much about your line of work and find out what are some of the biggest questions, you get or or myths that you have to tackle. Because I feel like this is an issue that everybody has an opinion on right now. And it's really nuanced. I can tell you that covering emmigration the right for prob probably the most polarizing beat and initial sperm. There's no gray area people either for it or against it. You know, for every story that you know, I've filed in the paper, you know, run into paper somehow people can find a way to criticize. No. And and you know, you have a bleeding liberal. You're you you have a bleeding hearts, and you know, about being a left wing propaganda all these stories, but some of the biggest may have is really interesting that has been going around for God to be like eighteen years now that refugees in a refugee claimants, they actually could get over three thousand dollars of government benefits a month, which is a myth because longtime ago eighteen years ago. I I did a story about government-sponsored refugees, and they receive a startup check of you know, for to cover the first month last month, rand and other benefits. But is only one time. You know, I forgot about the amount. And that each month they would from then on word they would receive a welfare check of. I think. At the time. It was five hundred seventy dollars, and then words Scott out, and you know, spread on the internet that these people were, you know, these people referring to Reggie claim is actually the God, you know, over three thousand dollars tax payers dollars from you. And I every month instead of like, you know, didn't say it was a huge portion of that was a one time when time benefits, and then, you know, even today, I still thought to see those Email not emails, but those inflammation recycled online, and your and other baked one would be how come, you know, the queue-jump queue-jumping thing as Sean? Yeah. But people don't realize that you know, these different programs being sponsored two candidates process. You know by different unit within immigration Canada. You know, the the asylum-seekers they are being dealt with by the immigration and refugee board immigration programs handled. I and again, you know, immigration units within immigration. So it's not like, you know, I cannot jump the keel because I'm not in the. Q? How can I jump the queue? This is just very interesting. But then, you know, you have all these, you know, the the for example, immigration applicants who got caught up in in the backlog, which I'm playing how come refugees the chewed have met with more respect than, you know, by the government and the who actually come here with my skills eager to contribute to the your economy. It's, you know, very fascinating, those kind of comments and criticisms when you talk to refugees on the Silom seekers of these days, how aware are they that they are the most divisive issue in the upcoming election potentially that there's this huge conversation going on around them. I think there is you know, not enough awareness. I think you know, one is a lot of them. They're just so occupied by getting the protection in the process, you know, talking to their lawyers trying to collect, you know, a police report from Hungary or from Czech Republic to prepare for the claims. Like, I'm talking about the the the more recent arrivals. And then, you know, the those who have been here but longer there ups, you know, they're occupy their occupied by, you know, the next step is the settlement housing, you know, how their kids are doing in school. Maybe some of them have to do with post traumatic stress disorder. You know with the mental health challenges, depression, you know, that was that in after, you know, the first twelve to eighteen months, and, you know, I've probably, you know, Canadian politics would be the last thing they have. In mind to be honest. But they do, you know, if you talk to any refugees, I think especially those already being granted status in Canada. They always praise them about how grateful they are here to be given a new life. How safe their kids would feel, you know, if you talk to, you know, refugees who are here, you know, GT keel, refugees, they'll talk about you know, how happy they are to be able to themselves. You know, they only have good things to talk about China. And they they don't take new lives for granted. I think that's the best part about, you know, sometimes, you know, no offense to Canadians khanate Canadian Canadians, but there are dissents of talking about the sense of entitlement. Sometimes I think, you know, maybe Canadians may have a stronger sense of entitlement than some of these refugees who don't take what they receive a granted easily. Do they feel the ground shifting? I mean, we've mentioned new polls in new campaigns that that show that Canadians in general are starting to take a harder. Line on immigration and refugees. Do they feel that that that's happening? Definitely for example, last last week the Ontario budget actually completely strip any funding for legal services for immigrants and refugees. So I went out to talk system advocates and talk to you refugee claimants who actually got caught a by the funding cuts. You definitely feel the ground shifted a little bit that you know, is not as open as friendly during the time when we opened the doors for the Syrians, especially when you talk to because during the the border crossing some people crisis from the states, we I did talk to a lot of people who cross the borders and why they're here and what their circumstances were the feeling towards Canada. And I I'm been in touch with some of them to what is interesting as you know, when they first arrive, you know, they were so grateful, but it's slowly slowly, you know, especially the the ones who are. English speaking, for example, a Nigerian family that I've kept in touch with because they they do look you to watch the media the TV, and they understand the language. So they are able to observe the transit the changes. They would tell me, you know, when they first got here, and you know, it's an open door policy, and they talked about that tweet by by Trudeau, right? And then now, you know with all this, you know, changes they do feel that you know, there's a shift in the they they don't see necessarily as Canadians attitudes immigrants shifted, but more like in terms of at least from the policy government policy perspective, it has shifted. How important is it for Canada to keep that image that Trudeau showed the rest of the world with that tweet weather or not? And I'm saying this whether or not we actually live up to it on the ground. But in the fact that that's what the rest of the world holds up Canada has and I think you would get a different response. If you talk to people in Berta versus you know somewhere into Perez. Versus the rest of Canada, or you know, incubating, and you know, we all heard about the the the Bill twenty one to the Bill to about secularism. Yup. I think you you get a different response. If you talk to, you know, different people from different provinces that image is out there. Like that is not I'm not outsiders. Yes. People just we know that which has more which provinces tend to be more insight candidates, quite divisive for sure. But like, I mean that is you see all those tweets and Facebook posts from Americans every time Trump does something horrible on immigration, or whatever that says, you know, what Canada's not like this. But is interesting. I think in the recent these two months I've seen in different American publications including newspapers, I think there was the story in New York Times as well about, you know, the the the shifts, you know, they mentioned all mentioned about Trudeau's tweet ragged at the, you know, what was happening recently, you know, in terms of his policies, and you know, they made a great big feature about the changes. We, you know, you know, burried in the but federal budget announcement and the close of the in the safe third countries and slowly and slowly, you know, because the star we do have like an immigration Facebook group like where we have members from you know, cross the border around the world. You started to see sometimes, you know, I see the tweets from people that I follow. They follow me about those sentiments like slowly, you know, I think people outside of Canada started to notice those changes as well as good is it bad. Like, I I don't know like I can't judge. But definitely I think people notice those policy changes. But what I would like personally would like to people to to see is the context the context of we are having an election coming those policy changes are driven by politics and just how ugly politics can be. And you know, and I hope hopefully, people would see that you know, what we could blame politicians, but just don't blame. Those people the vote Orebro people who need protection who was just wants a better life a safer life.
James Bond may ditch his V12 Aston Martin for electric power, report says
"Yeah. James bond. Apparently now drives an electric car so not high. I mean, please do not being a Prius saving anything. It's going to be an electric version of his Aston Martin. But this is such a this is just like epic douchebag ary. Why we've got to make sure that agent seven is in an electric car when he's out the saving the world out. Please stop by stop doing this stopping badgen an epic car scene. And then it dies because he didn't have a charging station nearby. Guess you can't take that out AA seven. It's cloudy out today.
"ary" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Of which are actually being fed to livestock in what we call our factory farms. So one way or the other our appetite for beef is essential driving force behind the destruction of tropical rainforests. And if you like I are concerned about the future of our climates or the future of our tropical rainforest or the survival of indigenous peoples then here, too is another great reason to eat less. We talk about all this and thirty one day food Beverly and also by the way, I haven't mentioned if yet, but there are a lot of great recipes, including from dozens of the top who expert on the planet who submitted their favorite, and that the really fun part of it. I think in ways to learn how to grow your own food. And so thank you very much for your call cho-. Actually, we have another question about from a caller about that very thing growing your own food inside. And if that's possible in port Huron, Michigan Harry well card line. Hi, Harry very much. Yeah. Ocean. My question is I'm in an apartment, and I it's indoor, of course indoors, and we don't have places to grow things outside and I would like to be able to grow the veggies. I like like carrots potatoes, and even so ary cauliflower highness things is that even possible enormous. You know, you you can't grow some stuff indoors for when I was writing thirty one day food evolution. I talked to Liz Hajjah lived in an apartment in Brooklyn New York, why didn't have a yard. But she didn't wanna let that suffer. So he created a grow closet potted plants and folk spectrum light bulbs, and it was just like a closet in in her apartment. And she one day. She this is a fun story. Five year old son was helping her how eight the peppers, and he asked why they were doing that. She said, they don't have it didn't have any bees inside and bees usually pollinate pepper flowers. So they can grow into peppers. So then her son's watching, Liz. And he says mom, you're doing. Wrong. And he he said she needed to buzz like a bee while she did it. Then he peppers going. They were all giggling. So it can be a lot of fun. But yes, you can grow food inside. That's one of the ways is with grow lights, and you know, in a little closet or something. The nice thing is you can actually grow a lot of food in a very small amount of space. And then there are systems like the tower garden if you've heard of that before. A hydroponic system. And you know, it's it's very you. Get a lot of food in a small area. Very cool these tower gardens. The water goes up through the center of it. And then it pours throughout the outside. And there's these little pockets where you can grow lettuce and herbs and sprouts in various different types of vegetables. And it's a self sustaining system. Those are. All this in chapter twenty seven of thirty one day food revolution. You can even get a countertop unit. You could put it in your kitchen. It's a and it's like a beautiful waterfalls. Well, yeah, they're they're fun. Yep. There's a lot of great possibilities. I saw one of those at the at the expo and really loved it. So yes. And thank you very much for that. Call because it shows what is possible to be able to empower yourself with your own your own food, and kind of get out of this toxic food chemical culture that we've been fed, and it's pretty clear we've been be a lot of myth busting on on today's show. Thank you so much you call and let's see if we could go to. Having so much fun. I just keep skipping that. Let's go to chemical issues in Kalamazoo Michigan. Sorry about that. Richard. How are you? How much time? Do I sorry? I'm Richard polish-americans Kalamazoo. Hi, richard. And just a quick comment. Yes. There was a good book. I will read about Jane Brody a nutrition book in college. I don't know if you will that book case, but no, okay. Like, we have a lot of lead our pipes here in Kalamazoo. Yes, I can put all the pipes in Michigan. That's how they connect the pipes together. They feel them up with lead. One thing. Okay. We use a hell of a lot of salt. Sorry. Yes. Million tons of salt every winter in the Great Lakes area. Yep. I think okay. Where's that salt going? Well, it's going into the water. Just like, okay. This thing a teapot. The corporation called wolverine. They make leather goods and a watery called pizzas. Yup. It's an acronym. Well, they were dumping barrels of their anew stuff out in the countryside in the woods. And it's off the water supply. Reservoirs underground people's wells are contaminated. They say that stuff doesn't break down. So these in in Michigan. There's not only lead, but there are major contaminants. So what would you suggest in in the minute? We have here. Ocean of how they could really start to change that culture in such a pervasive way. I mean, the the best thing you can do as an individual is to get a Water Filter and filter your tap water. So that you are not at the mercy of this. And there's actually one of my favorites. If you go to a revolution dot org forward slash water. Getting that food revolution dot org forward slash water. You can find out about my favorite most economical Water Filter. They can get out lead.
How important is hand size for Kyler Murray?
"The biggest deal his hand size. Which is the big deal. Not just grasping the football throwing the football. But also holding onto it when you're running you get hit or you're standing in the pocket, and you get hit the bigger your hands the easier. It is you to hold onto the football column. Murray's hands measured at five nine. I'm sorry nine and a half not in half inches. So ladies and gentlemen, in other words, considering all the measurable 's. He's in good standing and as a result. Now, we get to lean on his talents. We've seen a guy that primarily to pocket we see a guy that can run with the football. The likes of which we haven't seen since Michael Vick. Although Michael Vick was a more violent and different runner. The bottom line is we haven't seen anybody that can run the football like column ary outside of Michael Vick. Shawn Watson and there. I guess is debatable. I don't think. So. And as a result. The question is should column. Ary beat a number one overall pick any NFL draft. My answer's
"ary" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Anyway, go to the internet, and they'll tell you. Okay. So let's talk about a star is born this is actually very exciting. It's taking its Oscar victory in to the next level. So tomorrow in more than one thousand theaters they are going to give viewers a chance to see twelve minutes of bonus footage that they're putting into the movie so exciting about who. As exciting about who won the mess singer actually gonna get extended song performances new song performances lady Gaga cappella rendition of shallow. So that's pretty cool. Speaking of lady Gaga, she was on with Kimmel and basically put to rest the rumors about her and Bradley Cooper saying that it is not happening. We're not together. Do we have the sound there if not worry about we're not together grapes square that sound of fatty gal gone on? It's kim. Took away. My sound. Yes. People saw love. And guess what? That's what we wanted. You to see? I mean, this is this is a love song. Shallow the movie stars weren't. It's a love story from a performance perspective. It was so important to both of us that we were connected. The entire time. I mean, look, I I've had my arms wrapped around Tony Bennett for three years touring the world. I mean when you're singing love songs, that's what you want people to feel. Are you having affair with Tony Bennett? And I guess we did a good job and. Nothing's going on what did he want? What? No, they're not. They're not together. Not to get. They're not together. No. Bucs. I repeat. Harry, China's let people see bohemian rhapsody not the whole thing. They're cutting out any scenes where Freddie Mercury kisses another guy and any drug use. So, you know. The movie. George arm Martin has declined cameo in the final season of game of thrones. So that's not happening NBC has renewed Brooklyn nine nine for seven season. Now, if you remember it was on FOX. And when it was on FOX wasn't doing that great now that it's on NBC. It's doing a lot better. And so people want to keep it around. So there I love connection has been canceled after two seasons on FOX. Go ahead. Say it, I didn't even know. Not anymore. Let's see. Oh, a nowhere t pain released his new album yesterday. It's actually really great album. The songs are full of profanity. But he's got an amazing voice tonight on television. You've got lifting battle rupaul. I love your voice when when when you're sick. It's.
"ary" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"She has yet been in the news lately. He's got a new song called go talk. One on. Got an ear. He's got a good voice. Yep. All right, m moving on. This is a guy trying doing one of those food tests on YouTube where you you try something give give a review it's the hottest chocolate. Here. We go. We go. No. Intended when he may chocolate on their day. Understand why eating hot chocolate to review it. And it was the hottest chocolate allegedly. Now, Danielle was talking about the Hollywood medium Halley Mandell was on the other day talking about the story of the worst day of his life. Yes, it was when he was sitting Shiva for his father who passed away and something happened. And he goes, this is such a terrible thing. But I just wanted to say and write the middle of a sentence. Brushes him. I gotta go any runs and he runs out. And as he runs out. I think that he drops a candy or something. And I said, oh and just kept running. And so I picked up the candy to try to get him. But he had gone, but it wasn't a candy and he had a stomach disorder, and I picked up I thought it was a candy, and I went, oh my and I screen if he so the guide dropped pooper funeral. Germaphobe? Maybe this is why mom I think is to took him into the bathroom, and like put his hands under scolding up water to get all the germs, and he said, they were all screaming and crying and everybody that was there sitting Shiva thought they were upset about their father passing away because they were wiping turn. All right. This is gonna put a smile on your face hate, the return adad is data's a rapper. He decided to try to rap battle his baby son, but the baby son beat him out because he was just giggling laughing as he was trying to wrap. Get. Not not a life like. I love a happy baby. Everyday pocket. You eat like the king to pair health. Lots of a threat. This is strictly. Something tells me if Eminem was rapping in this kid is doing this. He'd be very upset. It would change eight mile totally. Kid. Sorry. Did I say? Stop it maybe ties that was great. Thank you. You're welcome. Thank you Garrett. You're a good America. Absolutely. Daniel what do you what what you don't want to do your thing? You just don't let me do what I wanna do. That's all. I'll tell you what she wants to do. She wants to spoil the winners list from the mast singer. Because it's so exciting. I'm protecting our listeners. Hello. Hey, I'm hearing about the mass singer who won Greg team. We're not we're not going to spoil it. But it's all over the internet ratty. There are people who are listening, and we're going to save them everywhere. We're not gonna do it just because other people do it doesn't mean we can what are we talk about the Super Bowl the day after who won that wasn't a super Bolton event. Super bowl. I'm hanging up on. All right. I think he hung up on me. So last night was the finale of the mass singer, we found out who was under the peacock who is under the be who was on the monster. But I'm not allowed to tell you 'cause Elvis ruins my fun. Don't you think it's the right thing? Not to do it. You know, it is now, okay..
"ary" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"I mean think about it. And that's why we encourage people to help teachers and help law enforcement agents in hell people in the military. These are all important people. But also, the people who are protecting wildlife and our ocean just as important congratulated than thank you. Thanks. So all right. So Cody Simpson and the tide Seymour nautical stuff. Who's the tide? I mean, it's your band. Right. Yeah. Me in bass player and drummer to two buddies of mine, right? Yeah. And you know, we'll they all will produce music together and all that kind of stuff. So so you have to EP one that just came out of several months ago. Yeah, we got we got wave one and wave two. And are you seeing a connection, and then we have all these besides which are all the kind of more guitar tunes that I've written that I that I that I've had like locked away for a while that I wanted to put out and how you know, let let's see a lot of day and stuff. So that you know, we had tune that. I played before was on the besides post. We had I will tell you that. If you listen to the music, you can you can actually hear a beach e you can't you can hear sort of like a surfing as I common yet as like definitely common threads throughout just sonically lack we've throughout all the music. So so cool. Yeah. Man. So looking we met Cody years ago in between then and now here you are starring in a Broadway musical a heavy. Brought Broadway musical. Yeah. You're going to the UN to speak on behalf of wildlife and the in the ocean look at where you are. Now what you're doing pretty cool. I yeah. Living a dream. I swear, you know, I got to get to do all the things that that dreamed of. And I was a little boy. So yeah, the Bano of the ocean. He's he's one of my he's one of the gods to me. Yeah. Yeah. He does it all, and you know, he's he's someone that him sting. These guys are all guys that looked to in like if I could model a life off to these kind of guys, you know, They they. they both sat in that chair. Bano gave me a massage. That was a weird day. Anyway, Cody Simpson until the end of March in anesthesia, not anesthesia like I said earlier. Exactly. And also check out his music do a search for Cody Simpson of Cody Simpson and the tide. Thank you so much for coming. I tunes the whole deal. Iheartradio. I heart radio. Exactly. Thank you. Thank you. Iheartradio. Elvis. And the morning show. Oh, yeah. Oh my gosh. The morning show..
"ary" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"So you can actually go to donors. Choose and help somebody. I think we should do a quick Daniel report Cody Simpson's here. He's not up lukewarm. Gosh. She's so cute toll. That happens silica, grandma. Do you know why? Because we we get to meet these people when they're so young when they're just starting out. And then over the years, it's crazy how it's. But he's listening to you talk. It's kind of embarrassing. She's listening to you talk about how his grown-up and all this. And I'm looking at him. And you're not you take it, that's Graham tenure. Okay. Can you with not you'd be aggressive? Johnny right. Coming over here. Let me squeezed. Bogies have grown. So we're going to give Cody a little extra moment or two to warm up of because he's now he's gone through puberty taking of Bubis. My aunt used to grab mine before they were growing and she'd say next time, I see you. These should be Becker things. Anti grandma Alba. No Alba was feeling feeling around in my pants. Next. Thank you Alba. Daniel give us a couple of stories. All right. So the question is did Ed Sheeran and his fiancee get secretly married before Christmas that is the rumor that they had an intimate gathering with only the couple's oldest school friends limited family was invited. And that they seal the deal they got his new now and they've been together a long time. It's so cute. So I hope I hope everything is good with them. We're trying to figure out this Jack and Jack story today. So this is pretty interesting. I saw this. Yeah. So they took to Twitter, and they're basically saying if you ever lay a finger on our fans I can guarantee we will come back on never come back to your venue again. I just video that made my blood boil so they were hearing venue securities beaten up their fans, they they were Zurich Switzerland last night. And apparently they saw video of a fan being pushed around by the security guard. Yeah. So we're trying to get to the bottom of this and figure out where it is not. I know they're official tour doesn't kick off until April second. So, you know, they're playing all different places. So. I'm sure the story is gonna come out any minute now. So keep posted it looks like it just did. Thanks to you last night. The mass singer we have a winner. I'm not allowed to tell you because Elvis can't whatever, but somebody one whatever. Anyway, during the vast singer, it was really cool because there was a commercial on. And it was all these sexy people, and I'm like who is what is going on. It was actually the paradise hotel trailer for the new paradise hotel. It looks so good on a heard about this. What is this about? Yes on America's sexiest dating competition is back. They you guys. Remember back in the day..
"ary" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"That's when you dropped your pants in new pissed all in the hallway. You just started paying, and then you passed out on the floor and Elvis is. So embarrassed, I could imagine. So am I now he's gotta pay a penalty or something? He was saying. So what are you going to do? And I I don't know what should you do? I'm I'm gonna textile apologize. I think Elvis is really upset and barest, you know, and maybe you shouldn't be a part of the wedding. If you decide that that does this. You know, that's what I'm thinking right now. I'm so sorry, my friend. I didn't mean to ruin anything are you? Okay. I'm very upset. And I I'm I wanna be part of your wedding. But I understand do you. Remember any of this happening? Of course, not nothing. Twenty two killer. You will walk in with your pants around your ankles. You don't remember any of that of lockdown? Of course, November anything do you? Remember when you got sick. And you grab the lady's purse from California, and you puked inside her purse, no way, she was really really livid about that. In set. I'm not gonna make excuses. I was lack do you? Remember when I tried to help you up at a lawn chair, and you fell into the kid and push them into jacuzzi Atta gift. Yeah. This clo- work those about this reptile, Matt me, you Elvis and the whole Norwegian cruise line. Could I share the video? What do I don't know? Maybe blur your face and put it on my Instagram account pleased on do you wanna copy of it? It's not it's kind of funny. No, it's not I lost, my friend. I'm not going to your wedding. It is kind of funny though, you had a good time. You went out with a bang. I don't want to get you telling me. All right. Well, hey, you've been phone tapped. In a joke. Only about what about the video is not wholly dot. Good as you. I'll see you tomorrow at work. But. Actually started crying Alex can't be in the wedding. Oh my God. That's I the whole time. Like, we did he really do. He may have. Antony? We love you. Where we still proud to stand up with us at the wedding party. Good time. I did party within. Alex great job on the phone town. We got a new phone tap. I know. Okay. Look if you have an idea for a phone tap, so hit your life of ommited in some ladies.
"ary" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"We did fire drills. When I was a kid right now, these kids are doing mass shooter drills, and we've just gotten used to it. Can't we had to hide under our desks? What we're like traumatizing our kids and every time it happens. You hear politicians say something like, you know, I want to send my thoughts and my prayers out to the kids in Florida, and then they don't do anything. And that's it it stops there. Then they don't do anything. And that's really what the song is about. And we wanted the video to to visually represent them. Well, looking look John legend is here. If you're wondering who this guy is. The one and only this is a big week for us as a fan of the voice and for you as you start a new season. Yes, I wanna get into that. But I wanna go back which Helen have you lived in New York fifteen year or you moved to New York in New York in the year two thousand now before that. I mean, your your music career part of the foundation was like when you performed at weddings. Yes. Performed a many, weddings, when I was a actually more. So when I was a teenager and going growing up in Ohio, right? I would sing at weddings at my church. Just like at the ceremony. I would sing like, you know, Stevie Wonder you, and I are like here and now by Luther Vandross reception at the country, I wasn't like Adam Sandler wedding singer. Because I during the during the ceremony because I'm getting Myrtle in September fourteenth. Manager's name is really funny that that's the date. Bursary? Well, sorry. I i'm. So you're lame wedding. We have so much in common is all of us. From that to being to being a coach on the voice. Yes. When the voice, of course, there are several music judging shows to choose from was that the first number one number one. Uniquely so because it the blind audition, which is I think so important to hear that voice. And so when they start singing behind your back. Yeah. Do you start as most people would to start forming a picture of what you think they look like in your mind sometimes, but I try not to focus on what they look like or even try to envision it. Because it doesn't matter in in that moment to me what really matters is how do they make me feel and is special? Is it giving me chills is it magical? Can I listen to it without overthinking and just just enjoy it? So those are the things I'm thinking about so night number one this this week Malin Jarman. Yes, you you turned around and you got it. Yes. The first one on Mayland magic, you know. She's a New Yorker with with hearing in one ear. Yes, she's from Texas, but she's lived in New York for a while. And she is so good. She's got so much skill as a singer so much control. And she made us feel that she made us feel it. She sang fields a gold on the first episode, and I'm excited for America to get to know her more as vocalist as the new guy on the set are they hazing? You are. Oh, yes. They blocked me. They all blocked me every single one of them blocked me own. A, you know, each coach gets only one block, and they could use it on any coach. And the talk shows me even Kelly Clarkson, whose Shelly that's my homey. Dirk. Dirk is my homey to not. None of the guy shows his nipples on the Super Bowl. They can. How is he shirtless on the set? Adams, always like stretching. We're we're contortions with his body..
"ary" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"So of course, you have this decision to make the first person that got voted off went in the boat ride away. She has been by herself. They stop you in the middle of nowhere, and it's dark, and there's no food you have to work for everything and your with your own thoughts. Classic a whole other Shogo price. Price It's like Rachel. on your own. It is it survive on your own. That's whites the edge of extinction, or whatever the hell of it, by the way, that wasn't not a spoiler. They told us that we're happy. It's really really good. So I'm really enjoying it last night on Jimmy Kimmel lady Gaga put to rest the rumors about her and Bradley Cooper. Here's what she had to say. Yes. People saw love. And guess what? That's what we wanted. You to see? There's no I mean, this is this is a love song shallow the movie stars weren't. It's a love story from a performance perspective. It was so important to both of us that we were connected. The entire time. I mean, look, I've I've had my arms wrapped around Tony Bennett for three years touring the world. I mean when you're singing love songs, that's what you want people to feel. Are you having affair with Tony Bennett? And I guess we did a good job and. I've been saying that all along leave them alone rolled her eyes to the question. Great teasing. There shaking his head. By the way. This is exciting. We're getting a new version of a star is born. So this is happening on Friday and more than thousand theaters, you're gonna get twelve extra minutes of bonus footage. So they're putting the movie back in theaters. The new footage includes extended song performances new song performances and lady Gaga acappella rendition of shallow. So if you're fan, you're going to want to go and see that. So that's cool. China is letting people see bohemian rhapsody, but not the whole thing you ever taken it to homosexual stuff. They're cutting out the best part cutting out any scenes, but Freddie, Mercury kisses another man like you said and any drug use. They don't want people think no gays out in China gave them there's no drug use anywhere. They don't gays in. And this is crazy in a new clip from Thursdays only Hollywood medium with Tyler Henry, did you see what Howie Mandel tells him his father died thirty years ago? And at the funeral not only did some guy come in the wrong funeral but another guy walked in pooped on the floor. How we thought it was candy picked it up with his hand. Scott. Thank that. You're gonna leave us with that story. Ooh, girl that has happened to me at a time, actually. Rain in the morning show..
"ary" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Not only are you winning a trip to Florida, which fabulous. We have a new phone tap or today. What we have a new phone tapper. My fiance, Alex. Well, I haven't heard it. Oh, he phone taps. Well, I'll let him explain it like this. I don't know. I don't I don't I don't know know if if it's it's good good. to mix church and state. It's history us Whitehead right here. Look is that a big Whitehead. It looks like it's going to turn into one. It's not a big Whitehead yet. I hate it. I hate when they just can't commit anyway. All right. Let's get into the headlines so much going on Gandhi. Oh yesterday, some pretty explosive testimony from President Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen. He's said he made a lot of mistakes and that his blind loyalty to Trump cost him deeply he then went on to slam. Trump on a variety of issues calling him unamerican questioning his relationship with Ladimir. Putin and go is still headed to prison for lying to congress tax fraud, banking fraud, campaign finance violations, all kinds of stuff. But of course, nothing can happen anymore without inspiring viral trend which was if you didn't hear yesterday. There is a part where she was asking how many times you can someone down. And now the internet has turned it into this. So the question I would pose as something like how many times have you eaten shredded cheese in the middle of the night fifty times more one hundred times for two hundred times more. Five hundred time. Probably that's a lot of cheese. People are having a really good time with that sound clip. It is everywhere. How many times did you watch porn last weekend fifth? More more. Two hundred times more five hundred times. Probably that's about right? Times creep your ex yesterday. It's just it's. On Capitol Hill. Apple laying off nearly two hundred people in it self driving car program. They said yesterday that the layoffs are going to affect eight different apple facilities near their headquarters in California. Dr is okay after being shot by a patient and a wheelchair while trying to care for him yesterday night, a double N P P T and US army opened fire in West Palm Beach wellbeing taken into the emergency room. Another staffer was also injured both of them are going to be okay. If you've ever wondered what happens when a car is parked in front of a hydrant and a fire actually goes down. There only the fire department is going to break out the window is put the hose through your car, and not only are you going to have a lot of damage. You will still get towed and ticketed. There's picture now it happened in Anaheim, California. I've heard that they actually don't always have to go through your car with the host. But they're going to do it because you parked in front of a firearm, and they deserve that one flare. Don't park in front of a fire hydrant and don't fire in front of a parked. Hydro. Okay. I said that. More two hundred times more. Finally, if you're wondering longest newscasts..
In border wall money fight, no clear path yet to avoid partial shutdown
"What we're hearing is that the White House is telling the agencies and departments scrounge around for some loose change until we get a billion dollars, the problem with that is, you know, congress appropriates money for specific purposes, you can't just take money from roads and put it into a wall. So we are still at loggerheads. We'll and so yesterday, then press secretary Sarah Sanders walks into the briefing room. You're there in the front row, and you guys start getting into what happens here. Well, I asked her where the money would come from. And why is he asking him American payer for them? What he promised. Mexico's we're not asking American tax payers for that. And her answer was that Mexico would pay through the benefits of this new NAFTA. The US MCA is the president calls it the United States Mexico Canada agreement. The president has been clear that the US MCA deal would provide additional revenue through that deal. That would show that Mexico's paying for the wall of the trade benefits is there already. Don't don't go to the treasury. The problem is pointed out that would be trade benefits go to private individuals. The wall needs to be paid for by the United States Treasury somehow, you get the money from private individuals into the treasury that's called taxes, and it's still American taxpayers paying. I mean, it just seems Ford makes money off of it. You're still paying taxes for the wall. Whether you buy a Ford or not, that's right. And the other thing is that once the taxes come in its congress at the end of the day who still must pass a law to say this money shall be spent for a walk. All he's talking about the general revenue that comes from that you're gonna tax taxing. We're having about additional revenue that wouldn't have existed without the president getting new deal. There. Are there have been a number of things that we've looked at in which we know we'll have additional revenue that comes in through the US. So it's a bit of flimflam ary out of this White House that somehow a new trade agreement which would benefit private individuals will pay the twenty five billion dollars minimum. That will the wall will cost. There's it's kind of a shell game. Here. Look at the money over here. Maybe we can get it over here. But there's a lot of steps in between. And it's still not Mexico. You mentioned congressional numbers are the ones that need to pass this thing before the president can sign it. So what is the outlook here? What did they still need democratic help? But Republicans still need to be unified on board. What are you seeing from each party right now? Well, both parties want to go home for Christmas. So how you feeling we're going to see a shutdown or is this going to be I don't know it'd be and they think this is the president's fight. They are looking for something that will satisfy him at this point and kick the can down the road over the big fight. They have to have over the wall, you support building a wall. But the president promise that Mexico was going to pay for this. Why are we even having this? Fight about five billion dollars from American taxpayers because Mexico's not gonna pay for from the president's point of view. This is all good. He is communicating to his base to his people that no one no one in America is more fierce about the border than he is it easy to talk about principles before shutdown actually starts usually start talking dollars and cents. Is that deadline gets closer? We'll see what happens. Thank you, Terry. Thanks, brad. So the white has ended up backing down on the wall. You could chalk that up as a loss. A big win last night though as a bipartisan vote from the Senate pushed a Bill through that the president supported some of the most sweeping reforms to criminal Justice sentencing we've seen in years, but the sentence that everyone in Washington was wondering about yesterday was the president's former national security adviser, Michael
"ary" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report
"Sports person person of the year on ary s dot com says three titles and four years and denied Lee stance them as dynasty the likes of which we might not see again amid the relentless churn of pro sports meeting. In other words, what they're trying to tell you is that the churn froze forces players chasing, the dollar. Remember when they say, it's not about the money. It's all together. Now all about the money, but congratulations to the that organization. They will all good things. It's very well. Run ownership strong and glad they got Kevin Durant there because he lied to us about thing. Oklahoma city. That's okay. Because what goes around? And comes around and he'll next year. Katie the Ron in LA. That's isn't that awesome. No brainer. I think so hearing nothing, but great things about John seems feature film. Bumblebee transformers Bumblebee, it's a transformers franchise. Obviously it comes out to the general on Friday, December twenty one really cool family film. John has done a tremendous amount of promotion for it. And he is really found himself in that world. So proud of him. He's I don't think I ever signed anybody our team ever signed anybody that was as relentless with their work ethic is John CENA. And as the years went on that work ethic was unrelenting it never slowed down. He was he's dedicated now to the things he's involved in as he could could be. Physically or minute. Could be I I believe that. So check it out, folks. And John by the way, back on raw on Monday, January seventh it'd be very interesting. How he's position on that show. This kind of a line lately creatively. They need hero in that show. Really, really bad. That's the is quote unquote over an over star. And they got logged is on raw another trinity stars. And some of them will achieve that goal. But they is got to be a combined effort of a lot of people to make that happen. As a mentioned the other day. Do the interview the Justin Barosso Vesa dot com. And he asked me what I look at what I would look as the main event on in November or December for wrestlemainia. And I said, well, you know, there's the men are not over the top over the the women, meaning Ronda Rousey and Becky Lynch in Charlotte are the. Closest thing to being really over that would fit in that close the show slot today. That doesn't mean it's going to be that way, come wrestlemainia. But right now as the lay of the land, you could argue all you want. And you say well, but Seth Rollins is really good. That's nothing to do with somebody being really good. He is really good. He's better than really good. He's great. Seth Rollins is a great wrestler. And when the company makes a firm commitment to get behind him at every turn on the road. So they've got their next sina on site. Then we'll see Seth continue to go up the ladder and folly reside. In that promised land of religion it wrestlemainia level year in year out main vendors. That's a whole team effort as I said earlier, so. Scene. Coming back is going to be a big help to everybody. He's going to get the rub is good. We'll see how John is utilized creatively. And you know, he's going to be in great shape. His presence is sorely needed. Right now. You know, talking about a lot of things on the road when Raphael morphine are in Cleveland are Tich and turn to Showtime. I'm a huge huge fan of Donovan, many be no that follow show and big time. And I don't think I've missed an episode. It's a my DVR list. It's always always recorded. But right after that show is escape Danny more and the star of that in my opinion, several great performances there, but Benicio del Toro scary good in surreal. I'd depiction of upstate New York prison break or two prisoners were aided by a female prison worker. And then the subsequent man-hut from a few years ago. True story, the lady apparently started a romance prison. Romance the couple of prisoners and she up them scape. And it's really well done. It's just a really gritty, and it's real based in truth has a somewhat wrestling. It's gritty is based in truth is plausible because it is based in truth. So with the presentation is really really good..
"ary" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Fake could be made it can also give public figures a chance to call real audio afford ary for recalls those access hollywood tapes during the two thousand sixteen campaign months ago when that audio record a president trump came out on the but if that was today you can guarantee it he would have said it's fake and he would have had some reasonable credibility and saying that as well i'm there was no video associated with it the threat of falsified audio video and photo is a national security issue that has gotten the interest of the defense advanced research projects agency or darpa which is part of the department of defense david dorman runs the media forensics program at darpa he's disaster scenario is a mass misinformation campaign creating an event that never even occurred and that might lead to political unrest or riot or at worst some nations acting all based on this bad information team mmhmm is putting together a platform that automatically determines whether images video or audio has been manipulated here's mark kozak an engineer who works for park government systems he helps create falsified audio that dorman and his team than us to develop their platform it wasn't that long ago that you could easily assume that if you have photographic evidence of something that can be used as evidence in no one's going to question it i think people have to learn to be questioning everything that you hear and see and we may be headed for an endless back and forth between those who create fake media and those who want to catch them tim mack npr news washington.
"ary" Discussed on Back To Work
"I love this so so the so the antidote to a cluster fudge ary sutton argues is a willingness to confront the possibility of failure and disappointment built into every new venture into plan accordingly let's pause on that from it doesn't that seem like kind of good advice yeah i mean it sounds like great advice now i've been in places where that mode of thinking is considered counterrevolutionary like you're being a karma suck if you're being the person who's saying whoa whoa whoa let's let's let's pump the brakes a little here and talk about like what are what are what are contingency plan is i have been in organizations and frickley been unheard or not hired by organizations who didn't like the idea of having to think about risk mitigation or you know what we do if this doesn't happen on time i mean haven't you had clients like that who like what do you mean this might not happen on time right what do you mean this might not have all the features or what do you mean the budget might grow what because people who are there's a whole project before the project project he can figure out what the project is is the problem that the people like that run into is that they've not done it before and they're put in charge or something and you know like if you think about it like this people will always try and relate it to something that they're familiar with so like making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich so they say what we have brad we've got a knife we've got peanut butter and we've got the jam so what could go wrong you know we've even got a play because this just just just to put a little bit of vic on that cake because i know that i have bread i have peanut butter i have jelly i have a knife and i have an area to put it together i mean for for for a single person that is a very knowable and understandable thing.
"ary" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"Alexa dell was forced to leave social media after exposing your family to security risks now the weird thing about this is that her family michael dell the father has a full on security team for his family i guess because they're so rich this is something they have to deal with anyway what kids do is they document their every move and every moment and this is one where this ended up on that blog and that was where they were alerted to the fact that people are watching you and your posting all this stuff the thing that i was got a kick out of as she calls him snack ary zachary because he's got plates and plates and plates in his mouth is full it's not even an attractive photo of him nothing is face as he sits in a leather recliner award the family's private jet hashtag private jet it is one of the hashtags anyway only way to fly at twenty four now she's out speaking about the internet these working sites and making sure you no longer tag your locations kids don't take your location she advises younger people new to social media to be weary everyone's not so nice out there encourage teens to think twice be careful before sharing personal information on the internet so and we've heard the stories where someone posts they're throwing a party and then two to five hundred people turn out for the thing because you know that gets around and they tell her friend and so on and so on our tax number is eight hundred four hundred three six nine seven here's a.