35 Burst results for "Abell"

Toyota scraps V8 in Tundra redesign, adds hybrid powertrain

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Toyota scraps V8 in Tundra redesign, adds hybrid powertrain

"So it has made some bold moves in the redesign if it's full size truck in an effort to make stronger U. S. fuel economy requirements that will soon be imposed Toyota has unveiled its restyled Toyota tundra it's full size truck that's poised to hit dealerships later this year they ditch the V. eight engine for a three hundred eighty nine horsepower three point five liter twin turbo V. six there's also an optional gas electric hybrid system years Joe Moses with Toyota North America hundreds new core power train offers impressive horsepower and torque they not only improves on the outgoing VA in terms of performance but also it's more efficient the company has been struggling for market share in North America never really got much over about a hundred thousand sales a year compared to about nine hundred thousand answers here Sam Abell sumit is an automotive analyst with god house insights that massive grille on the front is going to be interesting to see how people buy into that I'm Jennifer king

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The U.S. Commemorates 20th Anniversary of 9/11 Attacks

NPR Politics Podcast

01:50 min | 3 months ago

The U.S. Commemorates 20th Anniversary of 9/11 Attacks

"That sound was abell in new york city to mark the moment. The first plane hit the north tower of the world trade center. It was the beginning of events around the country today marking the twentieth anniversary of the nine eleven attacks. Shortly after the reading of the names of the nearly three thousand victims began and it would continue for hours lawrence. Christopher abell along abraham william abraham's and at the pentagon and in shanksville pennsylvania at the crash site of flight ninety three were crew and passengers wrestled with the hijackers were likely trying to target the us capitol house. We scott. you're joining us now from shanksville where you've been covering the memorial ceremony today. Describe what you have been hearing what you've been watching. Yeah yeah. The ceremony was at the flight. Ninety three national memorial in shanksville. You know if you've listened to the podcast you've heard a lot about the space over the past weeks There was a stage. Set up right next to the wall of names. The forty names of the passengers and crew that that looks out over the field where the plane crashed with the hemlock trees behind The the wildflowers. That that really are kind of the calling card of the site this iconic look when you get to the side. It's just these beautiful rolling fields of flowers. They're a little faded. Because we're getting to fall but you could still see the the yellow in the field and and it was a beautiful day here so it was just a really quiet somber reflective mood to begin the ceremony

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Tulsa Changemakers and the Importance of Youth Voices

Pod 4 Good

01:53 min | 7 months ago

Tulsa Changemakers and the Importance of Youth Voices

"We are very excited. Have andrew specter from tulsa chain vickers on the podcast today andrew. Hello jessie chris. Hello in what is definitely as i said earlier the longest from idea to recording a podcast part for good has ever done. We are very excited. Talk about change makers on on pot for good. so let's get the serve. The the basic questions. Out of the way where did the idea for tulsa makers come from tulsa change makers is really the product to to experiences that myself in jake learner cofounder change makers had when we first moved to tulsa through teacher america the first experience just feeling incredibly welcoming we got here just super invested in really connected as leaders right away in the community for me. I moved here from outside of charleston. South carolina originally from outside of boston. Jake from philly across the board to feel really welcomed invested in his leaders. I'm the second experience we had was going into classrooms. Obviously i you're teaching was challenging. But our students were blowing us away. Day my sixth graders. Abell elementary jake's fifth graders tulsa legacy charter school. Students were bright your socially minded leadership skills at rival adults that we knew and became really struck by the juxtaposition between our experiences as outsiders to also in the experiences of bianchi classrooms the insiders and what struck us. The most. Is that for me and jake. As outsiders and newcomers to tulsa we felt like we were being more invested in and more physician leaders in the community. The young people in our classrooms. That are actually better positioned up to drive positive impact in their schools and communities. And so the question. Jake and i started asking ourselves is woke me to position. The young people in our classrooms youngest ten years old and now for us as young as eight years old at your drive positive impact in their schools and communities right now and then in doing so prepared for alleged leadership in the future as well.

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Worries Grow About Indonesian Sub's Crew as Oxygen Dwindles

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 8 months ago

Worries Grow About Indonesian Sub's Crew as Oxygen Dwindles

"Indonesian navy ships are scouring the waters off Bali this is a race against time to find a submarine that disappeared two days ago you can press secretary John Kirby says the US is sending Abell assets to assist in the search he says we are deeply saddened by the news of Indonesia's lost submarine an awful all with the sailors and their families other countries have also offered assistance the goals of the disappearance is still uncertain the Indonesian navy has said analytical failure left the submarine unable to execute emergency procedures to resurface I'm Charles hello this month

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Carries Satanic Book Report

Oh No Ross and Carrie

05:24 min | 11 months ago

Carries Satanic Book Report

"Hello and welcome to. Oh no ross. And carrie the show where. We don't just report on for in science spirituality and claims of the paranormal but take part ourselves yep and they make claims we ships. You don't have to i'm carrie. Poppy morales blocher. And were back today. To talk about a man named bob larson. I don't know if you've heard of him but i have. He has a ministry but really it's it's about him. I mean without bob. Larsen won't be much of a ministry. Yeah bob larson ministries is the name of the ministry. When we have no bob how many ministries do we know of that are actually named after the founder. There's tony llama. Oh yeah. I want to say. There's quite a few. But i can. I name them off the top of my head rail. Ism benny hen. Oh you're thinking like groups that we've investigated that have the the person's name in the title. The james randi educational foundation. There we go there. You go known cult or kidding that's always something interesting to look out for the presence or lack thereof of a succession plan granted. He's had his daughter's involved as teenage exorcist. So maybe they could step up and continue the fight. Yeah maybe yes. I'll you don't know about this whole thing. This all Systemic sexism sure. Yeah but i mean. At least he's had them perform. Exercises assumes yeah i just somehow i have the sense that they're not as passionate about it as he is though bryn. His daughter did publish book. Yeah i bought. I need to find that l. Yeah we'll have to compare her writing style to his. So maybe she's the heir-apparent maybe maybe she's the ivanka. Well i would love to tell you about a book. I recently read called satanism. The seduction america's youth. Yes okay. so he's got this book. It is black and threatening on the cover. It says bob larsen at the top and then it says satanism in red letters that are spiky instead of sarah. They have spikes that can hurt you. If you touch it. Who the teas got a fun. Little curly tail coming down from it. Yeah like the devil's pitchfork. No i assume. That's just bob larson saying i am the author and then the title of satanism rather than this being about bob larsen satanism. Now this is special brand of satan. Okay these seduction of america's youth. Okay thank her. Then what have we got on the back on the back. We have a pentagram. Oh anarchism symbol lasta. These are bad. These are these are bad. According to bob i guess equally bad none. None of these are standing out more than the other as far as designed goes. What's that top line in front of the the symbols it says. Do you recognize these symbols. Yes see page one hundred nine for more information. Oh okay that always amazes me. I just think of books. In progresses these very fluid things that it specifically mentions page one hundred nine but of course. They know that after they're done writing about that. Especially in a book when it says to page this and i think how do you know that okay. They must they write it and then they highlight it and then at the end they have to go through and make sure okay. Where does oh shoot. I added this note and change. The page layout the point is rosner secret edits. We realize these are easy problems to solve. But they fascinate us. Apparently okay how many pages carry. That's always important with bob larsen pages. How 'bout in two hundred and twenty three you know. I think if i had to say like what is the average length of a book would be somewhere in that ballpark. Two hundred twenty three. Yeah yeah seems about right. Yeah so this was published in nineteen eighty nine. The same year my fiance drew was published. Nineteen eighty nine it and oh it was princeton. The eunice did states of america. All right ice. So i was working backward with my book. The first book i talked about was jazz abell which was written in. I wanna say twenty fifteen. And then i read demon proving prayers which was twenty eleven and you started farther back in the bob cannon and now you're moving towards the future that's right time travelling here this was published by thomas nelson inc. Okay who's this thomas nelson guy and what happens when he dies who keeps publishing those books. This is suspicious. we are still very dumb. So what's bob's take his. Is he four satanism against it. Do you wanna guess cast lots. I'm going to say against just hunch year right right so if he were a person browsing the nonfiction center at your local christian bookstore in the late eighties and you pick this up and you look the back. You'd see what's a parent to do with the devil. Have you ever explained to the supernatural to your child and discussed the influence of satanism in our society. Do you dabble in parapsychology or new age philosophy which could indicate your acceptance of the colts

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"abell" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"abell" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Everything went right for a week or two and then dame abell said husband there is not new room enough for us in this cottage the courtyard and the garden. A great deal too small. I should like to have a large stone castle to live in. Go to the fish again and tell him to give us a castle wife said the fishermen. I don't like to go to him again for. Perhaps he will be angry. We to be easy with this. Pretty cottage to live in nonsense said the wife. He will do it very willingly. I know go along and try. The fishermen went but his heart was very heavy when when he came to the it looked blue and gloomy though it was very calm and he went close to the edge of the waves and sad. Oh man of c. hearken to me my wife is about we'll have our own will but half sent mate beg a boon of the. What does she want now said. The fish said the man dolefully. My wife wants to live in a stone castle. Go home then said the fish. She is standing at the gate of it already. So away went a fishermen and found his wife standing before the gate of a great castle. See he said she is not this grand with that. They went into the castle together and found a great many servants there and the rooms all richly furnished and full of gold and chairs and tables and behind the castle was a garden and around. It was park half a mile long full of sheep and goats and hares and deer and then the courtyard were stables and cow houses. Wow said the man now we will live cheerful and happy and this beautiful castle over the rest of our lives. Perhaps we may said his wife but let us sleep upon it before we make our minds to that so they went to bed the next morning when dame about a woke it was broad. Daylight bench jogged the fishermen with her elbow. And said get a husband and bestir yourself for we must be keying of all the land wife wife said the man. Why should we wish to be the king high. Not bay the cane. Then i will said she but wife said the fishermen. How can you be king. The fish cannot make you king husband said she say no more about it but go and try. I will be king so the man went away quite sorrowful to think that his wife should want to be keen. Best time the sea looked a dark gray color and was overspread with curling waves and the ridges of foam as he cried out. Oh man of the sea hearken to me my wife isabel. we'll have our own world has sent me to beg a boon of the well one. Would she have now said the fish. Alas said the poor man my wife wants to be king. Go home said the fish. She is keen already. Then the fishermen were at home and as he came close to the palace saw a troop of soldiers and heard the sound of drums.

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Candy Makers Try to Fight Off a Halloween Horror Show

Business Wars Daily

03:09 min | 1 year ago

Candy Makers Try to Fight Off a Halloween Horror Show

"From wondering I'm David Brown and this is business words daily on this Thursday. July thirtieth. It may be the dog days of summer for most of us, but the folks at Hershey are already up to their necks in Halloween earlier this month Hershey announced it's Candy Lineup for horrors high holiday some of the ghoulish goodies include vampire themed Hershey, kisses stuff with red strawberry cream, and Reece's Franken cups which have a green creme dement flavored bottom. But the candy maker also has a haunting concern if covid nineteen continues to cancel in person celebrations what will Halloween Twenty Twenty look like Dad. Insult to injury the holiday falls on a Saturday this year. So little ferry princesses, pirates and ghouls could've stayed out later collecting more candy for their late night sugar rush without worrying about school the next day. Now it's unclear if people will be comfortable handing out goodies to trick or treaters at all, even with ample squirts of hand sanitizer in between. So Hershey is hedging its bets in an earnings call last week CEO. Michelle said the company is reducing production of Halloween, themed candy to avoid. Leftovers Wall Street Journal reports Hershey's earnings did beat expectations this quarter booze stead by pandemic comfort food buying and buck says that Halloween orders from retailers or strong. So she's optimistic that sales won't be too bad. Still The holiday makes up about ten percent of the company's revenue of that trick or treating generates have of the company's Halloween sales. So even a small disruption could be a real pain in the neck Hershey rival. Mars Wrigley is also thinking about October thirty. First, the company will revive skittles zombies, which were introduced last year longtime favorites like Eminem M.'s will simply get Halloween themed packaging on a recent episode of the marketers brief podcast Mars Wrigley's chief Halloween officer Tem Lebel said Mars Wrigley's planning quote conservatively for the holiday Lebed's primary title is president of sales, but the seasonal shift indicates just how important Halloween is to the company's bottom line. So what does it Candy Company do when faced with a Halloween horror show. Pivot, of course, both companies are studying lessons learned during the Easter Season Easter candy sales fell about four percent because of the pandemic according to the national confectioners association. Abell says Mars Wrigley had too much in store product, but ran out of online stock. Overall online candy sales have been growing especially chocolate

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How Does Your Garden Grow, with Nooks and Crannies

Your Brain on Facts

04:33 min | 1 year ago

How Does Your Garden Grow, with Nooks and Crannies

"Wants neglected plot on their recently inherited estate. The Duchess of Northumberland undertook to make special garden inspired by a trip to the MEDICI estates in Italy. The Duchess wanted to make a garden that was both beautiful and educational. The carefully tended plot features things like a trope. Abell Donna to tour common moral monkshood white. Hello Bore Blue Ensign, flowers and narcissus. It's called the annick poison garden. Because like the sign at the front gate, says do not touch any of these plants. These plants can kill you. My Name's Moxy and this is your brain on facts. We hardly need to say that mankind has been growing food for a longtime. The earliest domesticated plants and horticulture that we have evidence of thus far date to nine thousand B C e in the teen corridor the that runs from the Dead Sea to the Damascus basin. The people there planted grains legumes using sticks to dig in the dirt. The first written reference to gardening dates back soumare in lower Mesopotamia. King Gilgamesh mentioned that his city or ACC was one third gardens. Though. He probably meant orchards as much as anything else. From Egypt. We have paintings and models gardeners at work, and you can still see the remains of the Temple Gardens at Karnak. Or you can head over to Iran to see the layout and information channels of garden that was created twenty five hundred years ago. For the oldest garden we can find in Europe had over to Greece. Were Gardens both practical and ornamental were being put in by seven thousand vce two thousand years before the Egyptians. The creation of a new science botany, the study of plants meant that gardens became a place of learning even in the ancient world gardens could be an aesthetic choice as well as a practical one. Evidence suggests that the idea originated in Persia with Darius the great and his Paradise Garden beginning a tradition of walled in garden spaces. Lavish Villa Gardens in the Roman Empire Spread East China and Japan where Aristocratic Gardens featured miniaturized and simulated landscapes, like rock, gardens and waterfalls. Natural symbolized power and religious thought. Zen Gardens appeared and emphasized the concept of using the garden for reflection to increase. Want Wisdom. The most famous garden in the ancient world is undoubtedly the hanging gardens of Babylon. According to Legend in the sixth century BC. King Nebuchadnezzar a name that is never not fun to say. Bill to the gardens for his wife, a modest to ensure that she didn't become homesick for her birthplace of Medina near the Caspian Sea. But we don't get details of the garden from Nebuchadnezzar himself. Which is odd considering that he recorded his many other accomplishments in cuneiform, but there's no mention of the gardens. Several, ancient Roman and Greek writers wrote about the garden though. Some scholars argue that the gardens were actually built by an Assyrian Queen or the King of Niniveh. We don't know for sure because despite the gardens being one of the seven wonders of the world. We can't find it to study it. It's believed to have been destroyed by an earthquake in the first century C E. So why were they called? The hanging gardens were the garden beds suspended. was everything planted in hanging baskets? Bonus fact, the largest hanging basket planter in the world is on the side of the hotel. Indigo in the Paddington Section of London. It measures ten by twenty feet or three by six meters and weighs upwards of half a tonne. Now the hanging gardens didn't really hang so much as they over Hong or draped and their defense, the draping garden doesn't sound nearly as appealing. Accepting the premise that some royal or another wanted to build a royalty grand garden in the desert, it was going to take careful planning and serious engineering to pull that off. The structure was a cigarette or a stepped pyramid with walls between twenty and seventy five feet high, depending on which ancient account you're reading. So picture a walled city in the desert. Rising in the center of it alongside the Palace

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China has loosened Coronavirus lockdowns, here's how they're contact tracing

Weekend Edition Saturday

03:54 min | 1 year ago

China has loosened Coronavirus lockdowns, here's how they're contact tracing

"China is lifting some lockdown measures it put in place three months ago to try to stop the spread of covert nineteen but it has not relaxed its controls and surveillance over movement and pairs Beijing correspondent Emily fanning reports on the measures that China is using to track where its residents including her travel many streets in one the Chinese city with a corona virus pandemic first emerged I still barricaded with plastic and corrugated metal blockades and now there's something new pasted on these blockades posters with Q. R. codes it's on the internet SO when I step into this grocery store to buy water for example the store owner it won't let me in until I scanned a code that tracks which public spaces I've been to recently I go thirsty because the codes don't work yet for those without a Chinese ID on top of scanning QR codes everyone in China has colored health codes on their smartphones it's a health certificate one meter distance in line and show your health codes players allowed speaker apple hands main train station to leave behind and get back to Beijing I show my code which uses an ID or passport number to track recent travel or medical visits green coat you're okay to go red health code sorry but no travel this digital contact tracing nears more extensive methods other Asian countries have adopted in Singapore residents are encouraged to download an app that uses location data to roughly trace contact with the sick person in Hong Kong those quarantine you're given a geo fenced wristband paired with a tracking app China has actually not been doing digital contact racing as aggressively as a few other east Asian countries Mason's son as a PhD student at the Massachusetts institute of technology where she's on MIT's work at the future task force each city or province she says commissioned its own version of this rudimentary digital contact tracing system so there are now some two hundred overlapping apps and a son explains no one knows how the apps work really there does seem to be a lot of algorithmic black box when it comes to you know how exactly is month health status determined and because there are so many different apps the data is also localized for example I traveled from Wakanda Shanghai to Beijing because I live there I filled out a Beijing contact tracing app with my travel history and personal information but I then got multiple calls from multiple local government bodies asking about my travel none of them appear to have told the others about my trip or had access to my complete records so the patch work kind of pattern you've seen I think is in part explained by the fact that the problem solving started at the city level because each city had to manage its own population as a result much of China's tracing methods are far more low tech the brunt of monitoring try Abell falls on neighborhood committees sort of like government sanctioned homeowners associations who in times of emergencies are given extraordinary powers in this case the power to enforce quarantines thank hours after I get back to my apartment in Beijing my neighborhood committee since two employees to install an electronic sensor that alerts them every time I open my front door if I open the door to get groceries or to throw out trash the verify with my property managers that that's indeed what I did in my health code is switch from a healthy green to a flashing yellow meaning I should quarantine myself at home well we offer in our careers if you will we strongly recommend that you do not leave in the next fourteen days if you do there will be consequences the neighborhood committee warns me then the door swings shut I'll be seeing you in two weeks

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Concepts of a Psychedelic Trip  P. 2

Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

08:51 min | 1 year ago

Concepts of a Psychedelic Trip P. 2

"All right. Welcome to the dirt show. I'm higher peaks Innocent Lady Sativa and welcome to part two of components of a psychedelic trip. I hope you enjoyed the first part. Like I said before. We're GONNA go into some really crazy stuff now. Last time we finished off with geometry Which is my favorite and I think that the eight levels kind of explains in eight B. I guess nine levels nine said nine eight plus but yeah I? I think that explains kind of the profound part of the trip. Which is I feel like the most important. But this time we're going to start off with actually fractionals. That's another common component in this visual geometry. These are a concept that exists within mathematics and can be described as complex patterns that repeat infinitely into themselves allowing for the same self similar image to be found no matter how far you zoom into any of the image. I think most commonly. That's what I see the geometry that I see as fractionals if you look that up online Google images. Those are pretty similar. Now good but really creepy is about an hour ago. I opened my phone and I was on a Frac Dole geometry page and I don't know how it got there. Is that not creepy? Yeah see there watching and listening always you know but hopefully maybe they'll raise our our stats right all right. All right specialties in law enforcement out there you know we hope you're inflating our stats for us. We appreciate it. Good looking out to your friends but fractionals. Yaffe look those up and actually I just want to make a point here. I hope I do. Not messes word up. But I believe it's ship bows ship. He Bows Arch Abell Shiva. Bows that the first one if you look that up that is there's I bleeding. It's an Amazon try or it's a tribal group that has been known to use. Iowa for a long time not like Amazon. Like you go online and buy something like actual Amazon guys. Maybe I don't quote me on that. I know you've been stuck inside for a long time but there's other things called like the Amazon. This is this is not mail order. I O Oscar right but if you look that up on Google that art diffraction images that kind of artwork is almost dead on so if you looked at At sperling cool too yeah and those tribes. They are Like I said well known for a long long long time of doing Iowa and they have. That's their artwork. And so it but if you look at it they've really kind of nailed it how it looks. Yeah good examples there. They had good notebooks in their head in their head. And I guess the stick in a piece of wood. I don't know I don't know. Yeah all right. A hallucinatory state. The fourth century effect is perhaps the most profound subjective sensory effect that the psychedelic experience has to offer there manifested as two distinct affects which come in a variety of different intensities external hallucinations. Right which we know. That self explanatory internal hallucinations. Which again is a self explanatory? Well it's closed. I think it's open Iverson's closed is where we're getting at here Maybe why I didn't put the definitions in. But maybe internal like I could see like I was building an insane asylum with my eyes open staring at something. Yeah so I still building stuff but my eyes were opened. I will see it. That's why I said it was at the ocean. Because the glow stick I was going back and forth and staring at anyways Enron experience. Yep exactly transforming hallucinations internal external the and the transforming hallucinations. Remember are things changing shape from one thing to another so it could be from a solid object to geometry or could be you know from solid object to another solid object But that could be both internal and external and I don't know but a lot of times they separate the transforming part from the other hallucinations right and I don't know why other than the fact that it's maybe it's more of a true hallucination in the sense that you can something can change into something else. That's real like a table. Could turn into a chair. Say Yeah Okay. Go ahead as these states of imagery become increasingly elaborate proportional to dosage of course They eventually become all encompassing full-fledged. Three D. Hallucinations which surround the person in fashion similar to dreams. This creates a feeling that one has broken through quote unquote into another reality. The things which occur within this perceived alternate reality can be anything but generally fall under common archetypes such as contact with Automata not automaton autonomen. I don't know what the fuck I was auto bought. It is not an Autobahn Thomas. Entities imagined landscapes and scenarios. That can seem so. Unlike anything previously experienced that they are in all probability untranslatable into English so in other words we wouldn't understand them. It would only be something. Our Mind could understand yen. Unfortunately I think a good portion of upper doses of psychedelics are like that even I cannot describe the geometry that I see does a really good job. But it doesn't you don't you don't really understand the complexity and just like your whole don't you don't understand imagery just like a book. Anybody who reads the book will get something different out of it. Everybody will picture a person in the book differently. Good analogy I'm sorry but here's a good example twilight to me. I don't think the characters matched up as the movies. So there we go. I me mentally. I thought of somebody completely different for everybody in there. It's just you know the way. The book explains something compared to what somebody else season their minds. I you can't make somebody see what you see. No you can't explain what you see to somebody exactly the way you see it. No imagination is so I mean that's just it. It's imagination. That could be anything. Some people have it. Some people don't And I think like what we're talking about. Here's what you've experienced you'd have to either be high doses of You know acid. Lsd Or say mushrooms. But you know like emt trip this will be common in regular EMT trip and the Thomas entities which we're GonNa get into seems to be really common with DMC and again all. These things are so abstract right but not only is the person who's under the influence comprehending it in their own way. I mean there's got to be so much influence on how they comprehend that vision. Yeah it'd be again like use like looking at a painting. What you see is going to be different than what I see Even though we're looking at the same colors in the same picture yeah. We're going to comprehend in two different ways. It might be pleasing to you and I think it's shit this is. This is so Gordon Ramsay shutout. The content of these experiences are often described to fill transcendental mystical spiritual and religious in nature regardless of the trippers theistic beliefs. And that's important to realize because it's saying that it basically supersedes anything that may have been there before The tripper demis each individual person. There you go. Yeah but also to like I had said in this geometry plus Dosages these are the transcendental so for a lot of people they might take an eighth and not necessarily hit that point epiphany of any sorts. They might not see an insane asylum like yes time. Yeah so that's you. My immunity was apparently a lot lower than because I cannot do that now. I can barely last time last time we did do it like actually solidly tried to do. It was when I was watching Harry Potter. And it took me until you were almost out of your trip in order to get into mine well again. That's the thing it's you can try to time things. It's it pissed me off and the only reason why you continue to trip is because I turned on Harry Potter. And you're like oh I just remember. You were tripping out next to me like the blanket all the way up to your chin staring at the TV. And I was all sitting up with the pillows in my arms crying because it was so cool. Yeah just because you're crying in the corner doesn't mean it's a bad trip.

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"abell" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

The Dr. Susan Block Show

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"abell" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

"You're you're undoing birthday present very good here you hold this microphone now and I will. I am the high priestess of novell communion just in case. You're wondering I am well. She's preparing the altar as we say so you can keep preparing the altar. Yeah very good. That's quite a nice preparation and by the way thank you. Ecuador for introducing US to jazz. Abell sweet yes all right and she has Here I need to be in on. You have to walk over wire here. Yep Thank you you know. You keep dropping your. I think you should drop your broad. Put the sash on and on but no BRA SASH oops Okay Sasho. Sash on fashion. 'cause she's the birthday girl that says birthday girl somewhere in here all right now before your alter gets dry they need to oh look at that altar hard nipple alter we have here later. Rain is a birthday communion altar of the night could switching. Yes very nice very lovely and now we actually have a pink Communion Cup. Yes you could keep you know communing yes. I don't think we can get enough of that. Communion stuff we the audience of masturbaters getting ready for the month MS coming. Okay thank you and it's a pink mood all right so you need to move over a little bit. Yes lovely and rule here we go and turn the music down music down. I don't know who's music. This is so we are going to now have Well whenever you're ready your birthday waterboarding. Are you ready? I saw a pussy cat I did meow. Meow ru wow now..

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Cruise unveils Origin, an electric driverless vehicle designed for sharing

Tech News Today

06:04 min | 2 years ago

Cruise unveils Origin, an electric driverless vehicle designed for sharing

"So you may have heard some news bubbling about last week about New Thomas Vehicle called the cruise origin seven at Dan Amman. WHO's the CEO of crews posted a lengthy background piece to medium the details the story of origin? It was time to the big launch party in San Francisco joining us to bring some expert insight to this vision of the origin. Is Sam Abell some from the wheel bearings podcast. Welcome back. Sam's great to have you. Hey guys good to see you again. Good to see you there. It is and before I forget Happy Birthday to Lisa. Oh Nice all right because I of course she's listening she she watches every episode technically So comex she should be. That's right amazing. If she has the time to watch every single hour of of every single show on the network but somehow she makes it happened So you were at this event. This was last week right. You're at the event. What did you expect going in and There was no big surprises for me. I did Pretty much expect what we saw and which is A. It's a purpose built autonomous vehicle that's been in development now for a little over a year by GM and Honda in collaboration with the team that cruise so crews For those that don't no no cruise. Automation is a San Francisco. Start up the GM bought in two thousand sixteen to help develop their production. Automated driving system and In twenty any seventeen twenty. Two Thousand Eighteen They got some additional investment as well from Softbank and from Honda so since the late twentieth eighteen Honda and GM. We've been working together in his vehicle and cruise has been doing their development so far with a fleet of modified Chevy Bolts which are small mall? Electric cars enter finder. Nice little cars but For when you when you're talking about doing rubber taxi service autonomous ride hailing service any kind of traditional vehicle that we have today is not really that well suited for it. Because if you think about it you know you got an autonomous vehicles just driving around and this applies you know the same thing applies You know to what Elon Musk has been talking about for Tesla with having you know model threes rubber taxes. You know he wants to have a million threes as rebel taxes but in this year and vehicles like that whether it's the Baltic model three or anything else are not really well all suited to a robot taxi application. Because if you don't have a driver in the vehicle you know today if you hail a lift an Uber you get out of the car. If you don't close the door properly cadaver can get out or reach over slammed the door shut or closed the truck. Whatever it might be but for an autonomous vehicle? And there's no operator in there you need to be able to do things like make sure those doors are actually closed before the vehicle pulls away to go pick up next passenger You know to make it easy for people to get in and out quickly So what they've done what. Gm Honda have done is Developed this vehicle which is conceptually similar to some other Autonomous Shuttles that we've seen seen from companies like Navia local motors and We're GONNA see something similar in the next few months from Another Bayer is start up called souks And they've gone on with what we call a carriage seating configuration so instead of everybody facing the same direction facing forwards. You've got seats on other side of the big open space in the middle the power sliding doors on on both sides that automatically open and close and they've gotten rid of things like the steering wheel and pedals and they've integrated rated all the sensors into the the rooftop of this vehicle and You know because if they're able to get rid of things that you don't need for an autonomous vehicle like those steering wheels pedals battles and others than windshield wipers. They were able to reduce the cost of this thing done. They're not saying exactly how much it's going to be. But it's not a vehicle that you're ever going to be able to buy. It's only four. autonomous mobility services and transportation services. So you know. They showed a rendering of one from setup for package delivery You'll be able to have versions of this. That have a ramp on the side so people in wheelchairs can get in and out that sort of thing okay. So there's a lot of flexibility as far as the design is concerned too to tailor different uses and that sort of stuff. There's also some interesting kind of like high tech and air quotes features inside the vehicle. Talk a little bit about that. Like what does it offer for people who are writing. Yeah so there's a couple of screens inside you know. It's actually fairly simple because it's designed mostly for fairly short ride so there's you know there's not a lot of really fancy INFOTAINMENT stuffers for you know things like you know. VR glasses or anything like that which has been shown us some concepts massage or anything like that but Because of the way this thing is planned to be used you know the typical individual personally owned vehicle. You people drive maybe twelve fifteen thousand miles a year. The vehicles are designed to last ten. Mm Fifteen twenty years or more For something like this. Because it's going to be operating round the clock and getting pre preferably high utilization allegation. That's the whole point of it and so they're not sitting around parked They're gonNA be maybe accumulating maybe a hundred thousand miles a year or more and if it was designed the way traditional vehicles are it might wear out to three or four years and so what they've done is instead of designing this thing in the usual way where they would have to scrap it but at the end of that time period. They've designed the structure of the thing and the chassis to last a million miles. And then they've made it very modular so that they can because because this technology is still evolving they can replace things like sensors and the computers and the software and even things like the battery every two or three years As a AH they wear out and get replaced with with more advanced and hopefully less expensive versions of the same

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"abell" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

11:54 min | 2 years ago

"abell" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Every week Abell James Rita said the United States Navy retired his brand new book sailing true north ten animals in the voyage of character is going to have been the subject of a couple of our conversations you coming out the Nixon library in a couple weeks going to sit down a person come out and see us meet the apple you're gonna love this book good morning admiral thank you how are you I'm great we're your ears might have been burned last night I drove up to Gettysburg college to do what I know you love to do sit down with the young people and talk about the world and we have the fielding fellow's name for Fred fielding and their nine of them and professor that runs it we sat down and and I asked them what their senior project what and they are studying Montenegro and I said well first of adult beverages on tomorrow and I'm gonna ask him for a restaurant ref recommendation mining already have one certainly tried the the euro but can't say is found and tried the Montenegrin wine spectacular I told him I never get some view that I was certain he'd been the Montenegro and then I saw what are you studying and they said and this is what stopped me in my tracks Belton road but the P. R. C. it's got Montenegro under their thumb did you know that I did actually this is a pretty good example of how the Chinese will go after even the smallest little countries and they're doing it in the carribean they're doing that sub Saharan Africa Montenegro population five hundred thousand on a good day in day dress join NATO so it's also a toehold into NATO for this one belt one road strategy that China is using very effectively it is in the explained to me that the sovereign debt crisis has arrived and as a result the that the dat collateral which is the road itself running from Serbia to the city is now being confiscated buyer their intent to confiscate by the P. R. C. and this is going on from Cambodia to Africa and I did not know a NATO member had a had a belt right it's so hot we not to be stepping in and assuming the dead on more favorable conditions wherever that happens out real in that just like number one thing to do I think we ought to be pushing our pride that markets to do so yes we're not in the business generally speaking of stepping in and and taking on big infrastructure projects we the west but we have OPEC we have the a variety of both governmental the checker partnership second do exactly that so yes we have to be very good because we got to confront China not only with warships in the South China Sea but with our economic engagement all along the route of this of this strategy usual you give me my transition point up on my continued reading list of the PRC have just finished Michael Pillsbury hundred your marathon and there's a chapter in their entitled assassins mace on the the asymmetrical weaponry that the Chinese have been developing again start again wait in the South China Sea are you as alarmed as he makes me feel more make when he talked about satellite killers suffering killers craft killers Landis see missile today have that capacity the my accent being increasingly have capacity in all of those areas the thing I worry about the most you are the advent of hypersonic cruise missiles which move at five seven to ten times the speed of sound I worry also about is you mentioned satellite killers that could knock down our ability to use that the emerging five G. network I worry about cyber security fact wars into the five G. network and finally I worry about subsurface sensors I want to go too much into that I'm a classification perspective but if they can blunt our submarines we would have a much more challenging fight in the South China Sea let's hope we don't end up at that point then let me ask you what but it was on my mind a layman like me wonders I assume the United States is not sitting on its hands and not developing the fifth generation of weaponry is the fourth generation ages out of the six the seventh or where we are but I also don't see much written about it and I know that there are reasons not to do so but then I wonder if we ought not to at least signal to people that we've got stuff they have no idea what we've got they don't want to mess with us do we do any of that at all we do not and it is an arguable point that we should be sending some of those signals and hear you I think it's particularly in the cyber world we want to make sure our opponents understand that that gap and Brett of our capacity in cyber secondly I'm there are some public discussions about hypersonic cruise missiles and you're seeing a number of major US defense contractors and disclosure I advised Northrup Grummond for example you're seeing a number of major US defense contractors moving out on hypersonic I'm so we're doing a little bit of it publicly we are you a bit more in my opinion I think you're correct and I think in particular in that world of cyber we are to be demonstrating our ability because you know this from a demonstration of spring comes deterrence that's actually the pathway to peace yes I hundred percent that's a Reagan doctrine it's actually sons here it goes all the way back to whatever will start to write about this no I have no we had a a news story just before I left on vacation that Google had achieved a normas breakthrough in quantum computing such of the sort that would allow to occur in minutes that which would previously taken weeks of four months of computing time and we talked about it I couldn't believe we talked about it and they named the lab in which it occurred which of course would draw every PRC's by within a hundred miles to get close to it but do we have an edge in quantum computing in your view we have a slight edge I'd say we have a year to a year and a half and my source on this would be Eric Schmidt the former chairman of Google he's the most knowledgeable person I can think of PhD and a lexical engineering computer science approved and post tech and finance he would tell you it's about a one year maybe a year and a half and of course quantum Hugh is the gateway to artificial intelligence which is going to drive machine learning which is gonna drive workfare along with everything else in our society we're still ahead that's an area we ought to be cloister in our efforts that really is the new Manhattan Project is getting to artificial intelligence the gateway is quantum computing all right now that leads me to our Silicon Valley friends and I do know some of the big tech types and they're all very left of center and I have asked one of them directly are you a patriot and got a quizzical look the after with obviously I'm a patriot but I I sometimes wonder if they don't sell us out by selling the tools of control to authoritarian regimes first question are you on the boards of any of the big tech company general I am not I would gladly look at a position there because I think they're a incredibly important to our economy and being vital interest to our national security as well but no I'm not on any of those who work I know a number of the leaders out there I mention Eridge man I know angel knew the PayPal very well read only in a number of other I thank I think they are patriots and I I think they are working hard why she the country moving in the right direction on any of these answers so my proposal for Silicon Valley would be if you want America to trust you go find a couple of flag officers per company and the people at the four star level like you and and their number of others are out there Joe don for just retired and put them on your board doing future company with a national security perspective in the perspective of people thought the wars of blood into come defended the country wouldn't that help them I think it would and I think that is a very good idea edition only and there is a little bit of this there's cooperation in discussion between the Pentagon elements in the Pentagon in some of the Silicon Valley company so there is movement but I agree putting somebody on a board it's you absolutely into the mix in a way that it's impossible to achieve without having that kind of bored see and I'm also my last question I'll let you get on your plane I thank you for being patient there is a new regulatory regime coming for big tax with the advance of quantum computing with the advance of cyber security it's going to be regulated and one of the ways I think it might be regulated is open access I called open access rules that the NSA and the defense intelligence agency and others half that open access peer technology that's a mandate that we do not often require unless the public safety is involved but I think it's involved here what do you think of open access mandates I think they make sense and it's not dissimilar to what exists in the art telecommunications networks our national infrastructure our airports systems art Corrine's rail systems this is a public utility at a certain level and I think that that is entirely appropriate and it goes back to what we talked about earlier as we confront trying to compete with China get in a conflict with China let's hope it's it's more competition than anything else we need to think not just in pure military terms but it's going to be infrastructure versus infrastructure it's going to be cultural influence versus cultural influence is gonna be economic competition as you just articulated little Montenegro by the way the Chinese are also approaching Italy big economy to be part of this belt broke the Italian so far rebuffing that but they're going to continue this so we need a strategy to deal with China that goes across all of those dimensions you want I think open access is helpful in that regard absolutely well I would I hope maybe we'll have this posted in will help some big tech people take a look and figure out they are to be adding our national security professionals to their board they ought to be opening their door to our agencies and I hope you have safe travel out real see the Nixon library in two weeks if we don't talk before that as we talk about sailing true north can animals in the voyages of character in Yorba Linda in person I'm going back out to California so I can conduct that conversation with admiral James Stavridis let me tell you though it was really terrific last night the cinema these students I gotta pay I I walked away even other left wing primarily surely are drugs that prevent you run that I yeah center left but if the if the college campus twenty expect college kids are at as Winston Churchill said to be young enough to be a liberal is to have no heart to be old enough to be a conservative to have no brain and so I had no mind I think he said so I I kind of expect a leftward tilt and pleasant wonderful smart energetic welcoming alive engaged is terrific time and they all need to be aware that the world operates according to very old rules great power politics is back great power competition GPC and we talked a little bit about that and the the stuff that I hear coming from Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden it's just not serious about the world just not serious about the world Boris Johnson very serious on the world and that's why he needs to win now Boris was on Sky News with Sophie ridge talking about why we need a new election I think I've got some time to play this I I'll wait until after the break the plant I'll play little Adam Schiff cut number ten on on impeachment Adam Schiff.

"abell" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

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"abell" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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KOA 850 AM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"abell" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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"abell" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:23 min | 2 years ago

"abell" Discussed on KGO 810

"Laporte the tech I normally Sam Abell cement would be here to talk about cars he's going to be here next hour because he's in in town he's driving a new link and the aviator I can tell us a little bit about the technology in the new aviator and you know we talk about car tech every week with Sam he's great so you turning in the here Sam stay tuned he'll be in in one hour meanwhile at means I get more time with you Danny in Prescott Arizona hello Danny good morning I've got a little problem with a maps app on my iPhone actually I think it's more with my car then it is with the applet shell I own three cars I have a Honda civic from two thousand eighteen I have a still not a hybrid from two thousand twelve and I have a Volkswagen Beetle from two thousand three that's my favorite car what I but when I used the map apps they do great on the Honda and they do great on the Volkswagen but when I put use them on the high grade this is not a high grade yeah yeah does do good ha I have a long and you know you don't look at your phone to see where you're at and all the sudden you lock in instead of on the on the map that you're supposed to be turning left what you turn black two miles ago yeah and I was wondering is there issue with the hardware dry that how the hell these map apps work or is there another act like you get because I have Google apps actually it's interesting that works fine on the other cars it doesn't work on that one I'm I have couple of hypotheses GPS requires line of sight to the sky to the satellites in the sky and the way it works as you probably know is it trying delays three or more satellites to figure your exact position and it's actually amazing that it works it does it by measuring the amount of time it takes to get to that satellite in the position of the satellite in the sky that gives it both the exact position of the satellite and it gives it the distance to the satellite with that information you can use yama tree to figure out what your location is and they do it ed even though Einstein's theory of relativity throws a bunch of error into it they actually have to do error correction for the motion and the distance of the satellites which is remarkable but it all works to give you a location within a few feet however it does require that radio signals so I have a couple of series one yeah and you might fit you might fix it by repositioning your phone in the car trying a different position in the in the car maybe closer to the windshield so it's a better line of sight to the sky does need line of sight to discuss why GPS does working garages and tunnels I'm not my great it felt the Bali is on the dash okay yeah it it yeah yeah the other argue the windshield the other possibility is that the electric engine in the car is causing some interference well that's what I was asking that dealt with the question I had I was wondering if that if that if you've heard this before with other people what was dealt with GPS although my Tesla didn't have an A. M. radio in and test the told me that's because the engines because too much interference with the radio there are some DVDs that have a am radios but I think you probably have to go to greater lengths to shield so that's interesting that that might be a data point that confirms that there's something about the electric engine yeah what the I have ways I have Google maps yeah because it and if it's the same with all the software is not the programs it's the information the program's getting from the G. P. S. right right and I'm looking semi posted a previous chats were somebody's having trouble with their GPS and I don't know if it's a Prius is also a hybrid electric vehicle I don't know I mean the thing is it's interesting is that you'll get out of that car get into the Volkswagen for instance I will just work it works perfectly right yeah absolutely yes that's exactly what happens so we know it's not the phone needs to be re calibrated or there's something wrong with the phone really the this is a classic case of troubleshooting where you eliminate all the doubles in the only variable that seems to make any difference is the different car the different vehicle so I have to think it's something about the the Evey it could be as I said it could be there's more metal that there's something blocking the signals but if you keep it on the dashboard try shifting it other positions in the car because if it's R. F. from them at the motor that will also vary depending on where it is so just as an experiment see if you can get to work better in other positions in the car okay but that's a very that's a really never it could be tinted windows if tinted windows in that car yeah but I have them in the on the in the books like and also now it's there's metal in the tenting that can also block the radio so it sounds pretty itself I mean it's pretty clear that is specific to that car and it sounds pretty clear it it's not the phone it has something to do with the GPS accuracy in that vehicle that's a really a great question I mean I love it and all I'm doing is is is logical deductions but I I do know that the interference from electric motor can can impede a am radio so maybe maybe try it if you I turn off the car remember the other thing about G. P. S. is that in order to know your location the first time you use GPS in a particular locale it'll build up something called an almanac it actually stores information about what satellites are visible and what the and what the visions of those satellites and the distances and so forth that almanac from in from then on makes it faster to get to geo locate but the first time you use the GPS location takes a while if your GPS isn't working well in that car and use pull over it might take a minute or two to your location so be patient but once it gets location if it's now accurate when you're not driving when the engine is not on I think we've narrowed it down yeah and I I try to get a work where I would check their GPS that line yeah and one other thing that I've noticed too is compared to the Volkswagen and the Honda get that in those two cars the boys actions well work but it won't work in a hybrid wow yeah yeah yeah it's all money won't work you don't get on yeah yeah I I can't hear the voice doesn't come across like it yeah when it's in the Volkswagen or as in my Honda well this is this is a puzzlement this is interesting that there's definitely something about this other car what did the difference in the drive train is is is that or the window tanning or the or the or the metal in the car there something about the car that that is making your phone act up you could try it with a friend's phone see if that's better that's a really really interesting conundrum right one other thing E. S. somebody in the chat room kind of said that maybe I don't know might have something to do with it is or what was it and looking back shoot they said something I thought would be worth trying how about like streaming music does that work does your internet work I know they said download the maps.

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"abell" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"abell" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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New Jersey 101.5

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"abell" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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Simmering Victoria's Secret, Third Love Conflict Reignites

Business Wars Daily

04:29 min | 2 years ago

Simmering Victoria's Secret, Third Love Conflict Reignites

"Business daily is brought to you by Dell this month. Dell is thanking small businesses with up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors. Call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business. Technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven b u y DA L L for tech advice and one on one partnership. From wondering, I'm David Brown and this business wars daily on this Tuesday may fourteenth as listeners to this podcast may already know the lingerie company third love has been in a heated war with Victoria secret for some time third. Love boasts that it makes bras sized for well, just about everyone. And it says it's the antecedents of sexy. Victoria secret, the rival companies have been openly hostile last November, Victoria secret marketing chief Ed rock stirred controversy, when he told vogue magazine that the seven billion dollar company had no plans to cater to larger sized women. And that transgender models had no place in Victoria secret's annual runway show, and he jabbed at third love to saying. We're nobody's third love. We're there burst. Love we should note here that Razzaq later apologized for his remarks, however, rose comments angered third. CEO hijack in an open letter in the New York Times she wrote quoting here. We're done with pretending certain sizes don't exist or aren't important enough to serve and please stop insisting that inclusivity is a trend that simmering war just reignited women's wear daily reports that Victoria's Secret owner L brands has trademarked the phrase, I love for its personal care products body washes lotions that sort of thing the US patent and trademark office. However has so far denied the company's application to apply the phrase to launch array and other clothing, citing a small clothing companies existing trademark on the phrase, the new I love trademark is an obvious shot across third loves bow. It's also a sign that L brands which despite its recent declines is still a mammoth company is concerned about the San Francisco startup third. Love earned an estimated one hundred sixty million dollars in revenues twenty. Eighteen now that's miniscule compared to Victoria's Secret. More telling however is third loves valuation by investors of seven hundred fifty million dollars and the appointment to the third love board of investor. Lori Greeley who just happens to be Victoria's secrets former CEO L brands may consider its decision to trademarked the phrases shrewd. But some observers say otherwise in a blog post on the feminist site Jez Abell rider Hazel sills took a dig at the company saying that in its quest to remain relevant. Victoria secret is trying a new strategy extreme pettiness. Well, one thing is for sure whether the I love trademark works to boost the brand sales or not it's been worth a boatload of publicity for third love. From wondering this business wars daily. We luck falling on the ongoing rivalry between companies. So what do you tell us out of quick survey? One dot com slash survey. I'm David Brown back with you tomorrow. Businessworld daily is brought to you by Dell. There's nothing small about your business. Your impact on the communities made a huge difference. As thank you during small business month. Dallas offering up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, plus get a free external hard drive with select PC purchases. Call eight seven seven buy Dell to speak with a small business. Technology advisor today that's eight seven seven B U Y D E L L for tech advice and one on one partnership eight seven seven by Dell.

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Early to wed: child marriage in Africa

The Economist: The Intelligence

06:44 min | 2 years ago

Early to wed: child marriage in Africa

"Each year in sub Saharan Africa more than third of girls Mary before the age of eighteen in a country such as nesia the rate is high as three at a four. The practice. Persists mainly in places that are remote and underdeveloped. But as our correspondent Tom Gardner found some lessons on how to reduce child. Marriage rates can be gleaned from an unexpected place. I went to this village in Highland easier. Pickled come up sort of place that hasn't changed. Great deal over the centuries is still very much traditional society religious, smallholder farmers. But what's interesting is? It seem particularly good results in the last four or five years and bringing what was relatively high prevalence of child marriage down quite dramatically one-third of the villages in this district reported no child marriages at all last year and the combat village. I went to had one and is that unusual in Ethiopia. Well, this brutally. Speaking is the story every year appear. There was once a month. Africa's top five countries for marriage so talking almost fifty percent of women marrying before they were eighteen the practice dropped by third in the past decade, which is the world's sharpest decline. So in the village of I met work. Eighteen years old two years ago when she was eleven apparent decided to happen, married, basically for economic reasons, which is to logic and the root of this practice school was too expensive to them. So it was time for her to be married. And what did she tell you about how she felt when this plan for her had become clear what she worried about. The tiger. Where? She she told me through my translate that she now the goals the women who've been married young. And she still have it suffered in ticklish. You mentioned her mother who married at the age of ten. That I was a civil or. How much she physically when she gave birth, but we're managed to to escape the marriage that had had been arranged. How crucially see to the initiative? She's centrally reported her parents to her school principal and two local officials the officials than to parents and persuaded them to cancel the wedding comes the preparations, and you mentioned that her mother herself had married. Young is not common for victims of child marriage to pass the practice onto their own daughters. Well, yes, you know, I met a woman would. Behan ella? Give it but alone herself at nine and she tried three times to thirteen into marriage with an older, man. She told me just how much she suffered as a job. Doc times repeatedly and the child at fourteen then why does he want that for her teenage daughter? America to talk with an husband. I could walk on the family farm. She was sick herself. And she said she wanted to bring another man into the household who could have. Thought is that again, and she also told me to say used to older sisters had gone to school and hadn't been successful. So she didn't want to say do the same. Somewhat. Chris why nutty, and you're kind of speaks to some of the kind of cultural factors as well. They're play here beyond simply economics. And I was told by some of the low cools that there's a belief that goes want to exceed in education. The I go she mentioned, particularly when the older generation. There are still these derogatory terms for girls who married an older age we met a boy in the village as well who told me that the older generation believes the practice leads to stronger. Marriages genetic collagen, the children Marian and grow up together. They have this kind of strong bond, but I mean in practice the groom is much older. And the concern really is to ensure the Jewish the bride by magnum young. But what can be learned from Ethiopia success in reducing child? Marriage rates. I think we've had some really good positive improvements in declines in child marriage at the national level at Abell. Aero car is country director at the Population Council. I think though that the progress that we've made has been patchy and confined to certain regions most of the declines have been in urban areas and also in specific regions like the horror region because I'm horror has traditionally been known as a child marriage hotspot, it has had a lot of attention over the past ten years perhaps to the detriment of some other regions that received less attention. But in terms of the progress that we're seeing OB it's in Apache way, anyth- Euboea or their their lessons to be drawn about what's being done that could benefit other countries. Yeah, I think first and foremost is government commitment in Ethiopia. The European government has committed at the two thousand fourteen London girls summit to? Radically Chelm marriage and GM by twenty twenty five up to now, they still chair the alliance to end child marriage, and they're making a lot of efforts to really see. This is the last generation of girls that subjected by the practice, but at the same time, I also think that across sub Saharan Africa, different governments and also programmers have to pay attention to the patterns of child marriage because it's not a one-size-fits-all solution. You have different patterns and different cultural practices surrounding child marriage. And that kind of implies different approaches to tackling the practice. Critical variable tends to be buying some community leaders in particular religious ones like Preasto, ma'am. So in Kamata is back to the village breezed. And then you have to have better now. Which is very much opposed to an advocate of child marriage. Bush to his judging I think really mattered in terms of change in the attitudes of the rest of the community as very religiously about country and traditionally offered oaks Christian priests promotes a child marriage because they themselves practice it in order to marry virgins simile imams of vote the prophets marriage to a young go as a justification. So that you can get the religious leaders onside than the rest of the community is likely to follow. And so Tom, you really do see this message being spread and change really taking hold. I think it's going to be very educated entirely. But I think I think there are reasons to be hopeful, I think the better educated society becomes the move the practice will fade away. And I think after Jude's among the younger generation of changing you could hit that from one of the girls, I meant to say. Have you?

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"abell" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

10:19 min | 2 years ago

"abell" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Been a great show. So far, I'm looking forward to the rest of it. And we usually have Kate non he's on vacation. We'll call it. Wait. He's on assignment. Listen to the show, though is I know he's having fun. On his tour here, we're going to call it. Yeah. What a great guy. Well, coaching. I've got a sounder. I want to play for you think you'll recognize it. Coach. Well, this is usually when I have a complete usually I've gotta doozy. This week. Chris all right months ago. I ordered some Neil Armstrong gold pieces from the US meant there there were quarter. Yeah. And I thought it'd be great gift to give to I've got two daughters. One daughter and not right away. While I'm going to give one to Nikki's thirty-three sometime. Hopefully, he's not listening to show but carries thirteen so she'll she'll see it in go back in my safe. All right. So so I ordered the in for the US made ahead of time to the US men really cool site, by the way for government site and order these head of time because I didn't want to have the run out or whatever happens. So a couple of months ahead of time and a credit card in like you always do. And then I forget about it always do. And then the eventually arrived at the office a couple of weeks ago, which I was tickled to death. But then three bales arrived in successive days from the US met saying I owed for those. Oh, and here's what happened. It was months ago when I ordered them put the credit card in now, you guys know what happens to me travel travel. People steal my credit card really, which is a pain in the behind. It is when your credit cards stolen, when I have so many of like, I have a lot of things attached this Carson automatic billing. And by the way, this double macro Time Warner Cable, which they call themselves now spectrum veterans. All right. So I have I have automatic Bill. So they built my car and everything's fine. I don't have to worry about not paying the Bill, right? Who wants to lose their cable everybody? But. Well, what happens there is they have automatic Bill with time ward, I'm going to go back to. But and so here's what happens when the credit card is stolen. And like is this happened. This happened a couple months ago when it when it got stolen is it got stolen the day. The Time Warner was was was billing, and so, of course, the credit card company cancelled the card Time Warner to build the card, and and it wasn't accepted time. What it was generous enough to hit me what a twenty five dollars bounce. Check fee was giving them a credit card. Abell check, by the way. It's a what we usually do it takes a lot of time. You have to call through the phone tree at Time Warner what's called customer service. Right. Yes. And my secretary finally gets to somebody who can waive that. Because it's not about check fee. It's I've got the money the credit card just didn't work because it was stolen declined. All right. So anyway that makes me mad and so that makes us at another week. But so it's a spectrum you need to straighten it out. I'm I'm paying my Bill. It's not my fault, but the US meant so I they had a credit card, but Chris for some reason some some genius over there decided to send me my goal pieces without making sure my car. Good Bill that and then they Bill now, it's my fall within ten days. Contact us to pay your Bill. So get right on the phone. I do pay the Bill I call the number. They give me I get someone. They want to verify fifteen thousand thanks about me. So wait. I'm calling pay a Bill not not rob the bent. So I'm not wanting to buy something want to pay a Bill. So they go through this thing for like five minutes with me verify, my mother's maiden name all kinds of stuff they asked then they say, well, what do you calling for just got done telling? Oh, well, we can't accept credit cards here. You'll have to wait for the credit company. The credit processing unit to call you back. Okay. That's how long let's go to say right now transferred me over. We can't do that. They have to call you back to later. They called me back in the studio. A lot of times you've as the message the same number that I called earlier I called go through the same thing. And guess what? The nice lady tells me the then after after talking to her and she says when you're done I'll tell you like she had an attitude you can just picture her put her hands on. Oh, she said, well, someone will have to call you back. I said now I really did feel like John McEnroe end to this day. It's still not resolved. I'm surprised you don't have a new phone after all that thrown mine. I still have my coins so US meant if you want the money to pay half somebody called me, and they don't let there's no other way to pay. There's no facts fill this out. In fact, if the talk to one of their whatever, and so probably have to plead the fifth when you talk to him, whatever that's that. And it's probably happened other people. But it is I said I'm trying to pay you money. You're the US men you bake money when you want to collect money from someone to pay. Well, I'm sorry, sir. That's not our department. That's not my job. What does your job then what are their job to harass me? When I call in the tell me. All right. So and I'm not retired. So I don't have time to be messing around like that. Most people I talked to in retirement have more have more things under to listen. I have as a working. And so let's talk about the income transition into retirement writing, a new book called math is money. And it's going to be out soon. This is chapter four in the book, and it's talking about when we have a big lump sum, and we're approaching retirement, which new studies have shown most people don't even think about retirement, they wanna be able to think about doing what they wanna do when they want to do it. But the word retirement means it's got a negative connotation of sitting on a chair wiggling more sitting on a different chair watching Jerry Springer actor, grandad's, retirement, or whatever. Yeah. So it's not it's not that waiting more. But retirement to most folks now is making sure you have enough money to do what you wanna do when you want to do it. And how do you do that? Well, you have to go through an income transition income transition is when the company stopped sending you a paycheck and now you have to invent your own paychecks by. Number one, correctly, filing social security, and we help folks with that every single day making sure you're taking the right option because you can cost yourselves over a hundred thousand dollars over your lifetime by taking the wrong option. And they're not going to tell you what option to take. When you go into the office because their job is to help, you file the forms. Now, we don't work for the social security ministration, but we know which options to take recommendations if we can recommend that you take an option it's going to get you more money. Why wouldn't you want to hear about that? And after you make your selection, you don't have too much time to undo that selection. If you make the wrong one. So why not do it the right way to begin with same thing with retirement Chris for sitting on a lump sum in a 4._0._1._K, which most of you listening are sitting on a lump sum somewhere. Ask yourself this. When I retire. How much am I going to be able to take out of that wealth some each and every month and not run out of money before run out of breath? Exactly. And that's the you know, it's not as much you can have millions or a million in there. And it's you cannot take money out for as long as well. That's a question of keep you up at night, though. When you ask yourself that question. How much can I take out of this lump sum and not run out of money because Chris there's no right answer. Because it depends on where that money is tied to that. That's an lump sum if that money is in the market. It could go way up. Yeah. You could be able to take out more money retirement. You could also go way down, and you could run out of money retirements, if the money's sitting in a CD the bay earning one percent, while you're not going to be you're never going to have an increase income, and you may run out of money. So those are the two choices that people looking at we're taking it out completely put it under a pillow in every day you wake up you reach out a couple of dollars and go on with your day. That's the retirement to you say, we, you know, all the time. We don't want that retirement. And you don't want to wake up in the morning and turn on the news to see if you still have money in the stock market. Well, and this is not something a lot of people are thinking about right before retirement, but you can start thinking about this in your twenties and plan correctly, thirties forties. Fifties sixties seventies. But the transition goes from dedicating a certain part of that lump sum into a place that now will guarantee you life. Time income. Yeah. And if you haven't had the explained if you don't have an income at plan attached to your financial plan. You don't have retirement plan and everyone visiting these retirement plan in addition to social security, so in the twenties, and I break it down to the book into twenty s weren't to budget wisely. Most people I talked to in their sixties and seventies. Still don't know how to budget, and it's not your fault. No one ever taught you that in the you wanna have again more money coming in and going out. That's that's correct budget. What happens to people more money goes out and comes in and that can't keep up over time because we're not the government we can't print more money. If we need more money. That's unfortunate. We have become a disciplined saver in your twenties in your thirties. Reduce your debts manager credit forties. Build your assets protect your assets at as you get into the forties. And then when you hit fifties, focus on retirement, planning, take care of your physical health, which we anyway. But it's becomes more of an issue. And then as we get sixties and older we need to decide when to start collecting social security, we need to focus on a state planning, which is how to pass our money on when we're not here. And by the way, I've got a brand new book we've edited and updated it called the widow green book of life. I like that one which is a hundred nine pages in every single pages interactive where you fill out it asked you Steffan and you fill it out in there. So that you can pass on your next of kin. So they can know they're doing the right thing. Everyone who calls right now. The next thirty people who call we'll get a copy that also get a copy of my book the seven baby steps, which is the bestseller on Amazon, it's seventeen seventy six cents there. The little green book a life, by the way, it's fifteen dollars. But all that as well as your very own income transition plan showing you where you are right now as you transfer into retirement if you're fifty or older you're in what I call the financial red zone. It's time to at least sit down and get an analysis of where you are right now. Making sure that dirty tricks aren't being played in your portfolio to make sure you understand what's. Going to happen as we get into retirement and having a true plan put together by a true planning team that incorporates whisking safety together. But then as one third element income if you don't have income, you don't have a retirement plan. I will put my stamp of approval on your plan. If you come in, and it's fine. And it's great to find out that everything's fine. But a lot of times it's not when you want to know it's not and have the correct steps necessary to get it back on track. We do that for you. If one of the next thirty callers, you'll get that books that I also have a box set. It's called the 4._0._1._K survival box sets DVD in there. It's got a workbook guidebook and real book to two hundred ninety nine dollars.

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Facebook, Google Faces Heat in New U.K. Policy

WSJ Tech News Briefing

05:10 min | 2 years ago

Facebook, Google Faces Heat in New U.K. Policy

"And Facebook, Google and your regular big tech suspects are in the crosshairs of new UK policy to control tech giant's how big a deal is this and how will your social media and search sensibilities be impacted finding out after these tech headlines. Amazon wants you to use Alexa to track healthcare, if you wouldn't mind the artificial intelligence assistant of the masses is ready to track consumers prescriptions and relay personal health information as the company bids to insert smart speakers into Everyday Health care at least five companies including insurer. Cigna have developed new Alexa features for consumers using the federal protocol. The futures let Alexa perform tasks such as scheduling, urgent care appointments tracking. When drugs are shipped checking health insurance, benefits or reading blood pressure results. Read more about the latest at wsJcom or the WFAN. Great hill partners agreed to acquire Gizmodo media group acquiring his Moto from Univision ends, these Spanish language broadcasters foray into English language. Digital media James span feller, the former chief executive of Forbes dot com will become the CEO of geo media Inc. A new company created from the assets. Gizmodo media group includes sites such as Gizmodo the onion, jazz, Abell, deadspin and life hacker. So the question you've been asking for months, maybe years what's been lacking? At Google cloud hint. It's a species you'll find in the mirror. It's humans humans, but the new head of Google's cloud business. Thomas Curien aims to end this Google shortcoming. He says to few people cater to enterprise customers. So he simplified contracts for different types of businesses that's opposed to a one size fits all pricing. And he's also moved to move more predictable pricing. And according to the journal, clawing bigger piece of the cloud is crucial for Google to diversify beyond online advertising coming up. London's proposal for a new social media regulator is one of the broadest yet in a larger movement by countries to assert control over tech giant's breaking it all down after this support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Deloitte, a global leader in digital transformation helping clients apply. Technologies like cloud an AI. To their unique business challenges Deloitte, Kat com slash look again. The UK government plans to create a new regulatory body to force the removal of harmful content from the internet one of the most far-reaching legislative proposals from a host of countries. Trying to put a tighter leash on global tech companies. The Wall Street Journal's Kim Gittleson gets more on the story from parmi Olson in our London bureau said talk to me a little bit about your story. What is it that the UK government is proposing and how different is it from other regulations we've seen it's definitely quite bold compared to other regulations that have come out that are similar to this right now. This is just a policy proposal that the government has announced essentially, they are saying that big technology companies hosts social media sites, I Facebook, an alphabet Google should take what they call reasonable and proportionate action on all sorts of potentially harmful content that ends up on their sites. Whether that's. Violent content cyber bullying or disinformation. What we still don't know is actually how they're going to enforce that. How are they going to basically measure success? Like, how do they know? For example, how many videos extremists videos Facebook is taken down in one day. They're kind of relying on Facebook to tell them that information because the only people in the world that no that is Facebook. I mean, how does this compare to other regulations say put on place by these companies? I know it's a new era, and there aren't that many in place? But does this go one step further? We'll there definitely moves afoot from what we've heard in other parts of the world, Germany, France. There seems to be a lot happening in Europe in terms of trying to regulate big tech more. So than in the US, which is kind of ironic, you kind of look to disallow Convalle e is the place where the innovation happens. And then Europe is where they keep it all in check you could say from what we've seen. It does seem like this is. Is the kind of most rigorous and robust attempt actually putting in paper ideas and rules for regulating Toco technology companies in this way, again, it's not to do with data privacy, but just on the content like harmful content. How do you regulate that? And this seems to be the most substantial set of rules that we've seen so far, and why is the British government doing this right now? Surely there other things that British politicians might be paying attention to Brexit comes to mind, why this time in April are they paying attention to this issue. Well, there's been a consultation going for quite some time from what I've heard from speaking to people in the tech industry here for months and months is actually surprisingly enough people who work in the tech industry here. Really like what's happening? They're very impressed with the way the government has the civil service has gone about actually asking questions to the tech industry. I'm sure the same will not be said in Silicon Valley. I'm sure Facebook and Google Twitter. The folks are scratching their heads at this like how on earth are they going to pull this off? What has been the response from Silicon Valley? What is in the fonts from Facebook alphabets Google? It's just been very polite. I don't think anyone really from either of those companies want to go on the record and say, this is like really you expect politicians to regulate something as complicated, as you know, content moderation, which is not only done by humans, and we know tens of thousands of people around the world are helping moderate harmful content, but super complex metrics are used for that artificial intelligence machine learning tools. I mean, it's extremely complicated. I'm would not surprise me. If these companies behind the scenes are actually extremely skeptical of what the government is trying to do. And and don't think particularly highly of it in their comments to us though. They're extremely polite about it. So what happens next the UK is introduced this idea. Where does it go from here? Well, we've been told that they're working on turning it into legislation. So that's going to be quite a few number of weeks out. I'm sure probably months, and then they'll table that. And in the meantime, the minister at least one of the ministers from the what we call the department for culture, media and sport here who was behind this proposal. Jeremy Wright has said that he will be visiting the United States later this year he wants to showcase his proposals. And I suppose hope that the US will use it as a template and other countries as well. How realistic do you think that is will other countries pay attention to this? Well, I think it'd be easy to just dismiss it and say why would anyone pay attention to this? But there's a lot of momentum around regulating or answering the problem of harmful content on social media p people feel that something should be done about it. And when you ask whether tech companies are policing themselves properly. I think a lot of people would say the answer to. That is no more needs to be done. So I would not rule out the possibility that other governments will actually look to the UK and how successful or unsuccessful this country is pulling this off parmi Elson. Thank you so much for speaking. With me.

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"abell" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"abell" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"We are back. Nobody does it better. I think that would be a propo- tonight for our guest, Karen Conti who does her work, and she does it. Excellent. Reading up on her a lot of time. And plus we've we've talked before. So thank you again for for being on the show. Okay. Now who are these fellows Abell and Ola and how did they get involved in this? Well, and this is allegedly, of course, but proffer statement, which is prosecutors statement of what the facts, and what the evidence would show they are two brothers. They're very fit, and there's pictures of all of the internet that you may have seen and they were working for empire in some capacity. And apparently, they were at least one of them was physically training Jesse Jesse needed to drop some weight for some episodes, and he hired one of them at least to do personal training to get him into shape. So there was a prior relationship between jussie smollet and his two brothers. And apparently the videotape and all of the evidence and all of the investigation show that these were the two gentlemen who perpetrated the attack on Sma lot. But they were interviewed extensively for basically two days in a row, and they apparently said to the prosecutors. Hey, listen, this is all concocted by judge. Jesse? He was mad because he wasn't making enough money. He was mad because he was getting but not a script in the show. And he wanted to generate some eliciting firm self and to generate some sympathy. And he wanted us to do this stage this this attack, and he paid for it. And we did it. And that's what's in that before. Yeah. Wow. So now, the actual police report has not been out for the public to see. 'cause right. It's still an ongoing. Well, it's not an ongoing case they threw it out. So what's what's your law there in in? It should be it should be public record. But because of some very strange things that have happened in our system, the prosecutor agreed to feel the record into seal all the evidence in the case. Now, we have heard conflicting things about whether or not the prosecutors are going to open up those records we in Chicago. I mean, the police department the public the lawyers the people in the system we all want to see that evidence. We wanna see those records because this is a case of not just local notoriety. It's it's the end into international interest. Okay. Our Justice system is you know, Vido operates on the idea that it's transparent port rooms are open to the public. We now have cameras in the courtroom to make sure that people see what's going on and not a star chamber, and that we have a system we can be proud of because people have access to it. And it keeps the system honest. And when you feel records like this on a case that has this kind of publicity. It really makes everyone question. What went on? There. Was there money paid was this a favor done by someone higher up was this done because he was the liberty? Tell me why this is done, and we wanna hear all the facts about it see with their own eyes. And I'm hoping that at some point that's going to happen. I think you're going to have to I think there's going to be, you know, the the police are not gonna take it lying down. Nobody's gonna take lying down either way. Now does able and Ola face any futures charges on this. Or just depends which way does go did they? Face any charges at the beginning. When they came for forward come forward to police found him think police found them, and listen, so they perpetrated this fraud upon our city, and our police department taking away what I believe are scarce resources to combat terrible cry. We have here in Chicago. They should be prosecuted and people were calling for them to be prosecuted. But the prosecutors are saying no, we're not gonna charge them. Can they still bring charges against them? Sure. They can't. We'll they I don't think they're going to. But of course, if they participate in it. They were just as culpable is Jesse smollet themselves. You know, my guess is that this is what happened this is conjecture. But I assume the prosecutor said these two guys down and said, listen, you know, you're not from this country. Maybe you're here with a green card, but if we prosecute you for crime, you're going to be sent back. I know you don't want that. I think you I think you need to come clean here. They can eat the confessed everything I think he needs. The Trump card Jesse under the bus, and maybe they were part of the hoax, but maybe they felt compelled to confess in a way that was a little stronger than maybe what the facts were. And so that could be one of the reasons the prosecutors decided not to prostitute because it could be that these guys recanted or at least change their testimony. Which would of course, make the case harder to prostitutes in front of a jury right right now, he's going out just he's gone out and hired. I high profile lawyer one of the most high profile lawyers. Mark Garrett goes I was just wondering and knowing so many of these people like you do too a lot of times they work a case for nothing. If it's tremendously high profile case, do you think that is going on in a case like this, or do you think he's getting paid? That's a good people that question. Yeah. I think garra goes is a point in his life where he's handled. Enough high profile cases that he doesn't need to work for free. And my guess is that smell paid him a fortunate Toco stepping on the case, and listen when you are representing a high profile defendant, and I have done this in the past you have to considerations. You wanna keep them out of jail for foremost, and you wanna do your job as an attorney. But you're also cognizant of the fact that celebrity has a reputation that drives his business and if Jesse small let's is made to look bad public. I even worse than he did when he when this whole thing went down, then he's never gonna work in town again at Hollywood is going to cut him off. But if he can somehow spin it to the public and to the press that this guy is a victim. Despite what the charges are then he can help save that career. So you got to balance both of those things at the same time in Garrigo says very good at that. He's a very good lawyer bottom line, but he's also good at spinning whole media thing, which is pretty good job. Oh, yes. Yes. Definitely. I I read that the ratings for Justice show have took a tremendous hit the first week that on TV after all of this. And you know, that's not good for sponsors. That's not good for the whole mix. Here. You know? So you could be. Fi. Right. If you could that be a lot of people are mad at him now. Or is this just a way of felt that he's not on the show for a while? Whatever. I think from what I know living in Chicago and being among the community in you know, in my mum people just talking. Everyone hates this guy. First of all, you know, he's African American and he's gay and people call go very very accepting of all different races for the most part and all different, you know, gender issues, but she turned on his community by making false reports. That's the case then we don't like that here at Chicago. We've got enough crime. We've got enough he cry. We've got enough teeters in this role in with what's going on in the world to to make it up to the police are distracted. And now the neck gay person.

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"abell" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"abell" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"And I think all of their pain and suffering that has occurred in this twenty eighteen twenty nine hundred campaign of theirs came to a head in this Real Madrid a ex Champions League game at the same burn Abell where they were with. I can't think of another word then embarrassed they were just embarrassed from start to finish a ex just took the game to them attacked like there was no tomorrow and. Rao Madrid upbeat and beep bad, and I would be shocked. I would be shocked. If solorio is the manager next era mortar seeing rumors that my boy, the special one Reno is the highest has the highest odds to replace the Lori. So he can ruin a Real Madrid some more. Yeah again. So I think there I think for Madrid easter's any Madrid fan any Madrid player. This was a true. Oh, fuck moment. Because right here right now, you see everything clearly that Madrid is in good Madrid is in great anymore candles rid loss. Yeah. I mean, we just have to cancel Real Madrid. They're canceled. You know? And I just saw today also that Marcelo's rumored to you event is also terribly out of form the whole squad just seem so limp. Dick, and I feel like Real Madrid fans have essentially just been coasting because they're like, well, we're still in the Champions League. And we're still doing well in that. And now that they're out. It's like they have nothing to grab onto Martin. And it it's it's just incredible shout the I x you. I saw funny tweet. And again, I'm not we're not trying to shit on man city fans. But there's a funny to either someone said I x is a bigger club. The man city. More club for sure. Ahead like ten thousand likes or something like that. I was cracking up. It was it was like a Liverpool account, of course, with like Van Dyke as the Twitter picture, whatever. But I saw that. I let out a giggle. I I'm sorry man city fans. I couldn't help myself. But to talk about the game unreal performance. I believe DeJean was told I I don't know how true this is. He was told by the Barcelona camp knockout Real Madrid. He said that before and after the game. And I was like I mean, that's just I mean, he's going to be whoa. He's going to be walked in with open arms at Barcelona now for sure but unreal performance. Also, I got a mention Tadic who was absolutely unreal. In this who I believe was sold. The I XE from Southampton for like ten million dollars something like that. So what a steel for that player. I mean, I just let let's just look at at. It's real quick. If you didn't know anything about soccer. And if you saw haddish's performance against Real Madrid. You would've thought he was the best player in the world. He had an absolutely brilliant game. And he was okay for Southhampton. He wasn't anything special. Just like a daily blend was for Manchester United and now. They are both on Asia and just be Real Madrid. So it's got to be absolute scenes in the Netherlands. I saw this tweet that said that Jack's better be careful or teams are going to start buying all their good players. That's already happening ethic. Classic. But I wanted to talk about realm MOS real quick have what foolish move. So if you don't remember. In the first leg. Romo's purposely got a yellow card because ram Madrid were beating I two one. And he said that he needed to save himself for the later matches. And well, he was watching from the stands at the same burn bell. And he was filming a documentary during the asp eating that Madrid soft furred, and I don't I don't necessarily subscribe to the idea of karma. But this is karma in a nutshell. This is like is the saga God's looking down. And being like, oh, no, no, no, no you step over the line Sergio. Now, we're going to couldn't have happened to a nicer guy. It really sure cribs. I I'm sure the soccer world is so feel so bad and researcher Rama's, you know, he thought the game was one. And obviously it was not..

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"abell" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"abell" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"So college at three zero three seven nine five five nine zero zero. All right. Let's go back to this duty situation. Let's let's take another to keep hammering let's duty because that's what triggers the insurance coverage for the injured victim. That's why we're hammering on the word duty. That's a big word in the law. Causations a big word law. You have a duty of breach the duty violates a duty. And you cause injuries in somebody else. That's the basic concept of negligence Brad when you when you run a red light. There's a duty like you said rule of the road. We call them roles of the road Abell, poly. But when you run a red light, you have a duty and obligation not to run. A red light. That's one example, duty and obligation. Not to run a stop sign not to speed. So that will give the basic foundation of what we're talking about on on duties. So let's let's kinda take those concepts and apply it to this. This case question folks question, if you're right near in your car down the road, somebody drives up in a car next to you and shoot you with a gun. Right. Is that going to be a trigger insurance coverage? Sure. Well. Oh, I say sure, but there's a lot of different circumstances under which it may or may not trigger insurance coverage. So let's start with the idea that we have a duty of care to operate our vehicles in a manner. Which reasonably prudent person would under the same or similar circumstances. If we don't do that causes somebody get hurt then were responsible. So that that's the first step. We have this duty cared operator vehicles. As reasonably prudent person would under same or similar circumstances. Then you got to start thinking about that. So you know, we start with reasonably prudent person is that everybody out in the car out on the roads. No, we we have a fictitious person. It's a person that we is out on the roads that we believe would be the person that we would want driving a car. If that's what really talking about is a person, we would want driving a car because we believe they're gonna make the the roads safer themselves and for others in the way, they drive in. We have a duty to drive our car in that same or similar fashion. That's our duty of care. And so as to not hurt other people 'cause crashes are caused accent? Own. You're driving your car, and you're driving down the road, and you decide to shoot a gun from your car. Well, now, we're talking to different circumstance. Are we talking something that a real reasonably prudent person wouldn't do? Now. Maybe a we say on the same or similar circumstances. So every single time you look at a case like that one of the things are going to be looking at is they're going to be looking at what were the circumstances under which this person was shooting a gun from their car? Why was it a drive by shooting was to defend themselves from somebody else shooting at them? What what was going on and who are the shooting, and why were they shooting in? What was what was happening, and we're gonna come up on a break here. But those are going to be things that we want to look at because this has been the analysis occurred. And and the question the next question is is it an intended act or a negligent act is it a mistake did the gun accidentally discharged or did. Somebody actually aim at somebody else and shoot do the aim it at a different car, and they got the wrong car. Did they aim at their car? And they got the house today amid a housing. Car or a pedestrian so there's there's a lot of questions that we're going to be having to address right? We're going to cover them in the show. So the first example we're talking about is the drive-by shooting. We're going to cover that after the break. But does does does that trigger insurance? That's an intentional act. You know, when you have an intentional act insurance companies say we don't cover we don't insure against intentional acts. And I'm sure in these drive-by shooting case in the insurance companies are going, you gotta be kidding me. Right. I mean, we have to cover insurance for somebody should.

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"abell" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"abell" Discussed on KFC Radio

"We are the porn guys era case radio at bar sports. We are it's just the Brandt. Okay. So if devour is getting wiped gets a little bit. Well, he's he's like a case for an extension. He's like a bad influence like, oh, he's a bad person it around wipe because of your friend of my school. Like, you just like, oh, you're out him in you'll you'll see an old friend you start drinking. Yes, he brings out the worst in your like, your girlfriend's gonna hate wipe all your with your with Flannigan. Oh, great. I you'll be the guy who like you'll have your kids with you. Do you the video I walk out of the bathroom Wesland here? Oh Abella in Abell dangerous doing something Abella Anderson been doing something We've been over. over the porn talk about billions Bill danger. Shitting gummy bear videos, aggressive haven't seen it. Why he was trying to tell me you gotta watch. Like, I haven't seen him in well, watch it. I mean, we see this is now devour you get what you ask for it. You wanted to get into the pouring game. You want it to be all they were going to do porn and porn talk. While you're. How many abilities your? You're going to go there. It's just this is how it was going to go. So if you're hungry, if you're craving it the same way that you know, you want to satisfy other other urges and other cravings. Devour frozen foods is the way to do it. They also have this. Last week. We did our poor names today. We'll do super producer. We'll do. Logan's. We did seize as well. Logan, your porn name. According to food porn, according to devour would be first initial last initial s you'd be spicy oregano. Oregano that sounds like that could be an one basketball tour guide hot sauce and spicy oregano. I thought we forget to say food porn name. So I thought you gonna say spicier action you the or erection shorter. Listen at the end of the day. If you're asking me, the.

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"abell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"abell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Was the headline from jazz Abell commenting on the recent and shocking revelation about what literary universe. Oh wizard. Oh, Harry Potter. Yes. Harry potter. This was all the rage. So Jacob rolling the author of the Harry Potter novels, occasionally writes more about them various forum, including this website Potter more. And she wrote this essay and mentioned in passing just in the way that you do that it wasn't until modern times that the wizards in her books installed bathrooms at Hogwarts because you see quote hitherto. They simply relieved themselves wherever they stood and vanished the evidence, unquote. This is how Dumbledore got his name. So. We don't know. Ms rolling can be slide. She might have meant this as a joke. But people went nuts, especially parents who had bought their kids wizard costumes that were dry clean only. That's really gross idea gross idea. I wanna go someplace privately, I think well, she said. The idea of her mind, he just didn't class. Yeah. Jonathan this is certain sort of too much information quality to this. Does anybody need to know? It was almost as if you know because there's this insatiable hunger for more wizard stuff misruling who has moved in many ways onto other things. So maybe she's just like you want more information. Here you go. Just thinking though, the wizards would never have to suffer impotence..

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"abell" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"abell" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Baseball player. Says she's Deloris gums like we're in trouble. Did you see what you some brought home? It's a bell. Okay. It's a bell. And he goes a blogging. She gets no like ding Abell for thing. You know, what it's it's a it's a bell for a blowjob. I write that is the ring for blowjob. Okay. And I rang up acting. I thought it was a ring for a hug from your mother turns out the ring for a blowjob. It's a problem. Franken's a problem. You're that was pretty awkward because Frank goes is it for you like oh God this show. I liked it. This show can up each other's gross each sync up the grossness of the scene before it. I also like the Deloris is like wearing a full on Shmatko in her hair and holding laundry. I mean, it's like they're in some weird honeymooners thing happening over in their side of the Bishop. Oh, so Delors like, I gotta tell you Frank. I don't know what this comedian's going to be like everyone's fighting. It's almost like wanna reality show. You know, you know, like, the NFL and Majd they don't talk Jay. Jackie tree. They don't talk Melissa and food. They don't talk me. And really well. I talked to anyone because I've pretty much Malone all the time. You know, because you're on the Florida all the time. And you know, I got this laundry. My rank sometimes I've ring Frankie's bell just from the puppet Franks like, ding, ding, ding. That's not for you. Frank. Try. Did you see the news PayPal? This is article it's called does given too many gifts spoil the kids. Listen to this. We the house. Jim. Bebel level play. I'm exhausted. Being the Bergen record Todd. I was amused that they that they that e Frank even knew how to read the Bergen record. So. Yeah. So basically Jackie really it. He's like, hey, Jude law, but putting this record Pittsburgh Bergen record in the play for like ten minutes. Now in just making no noise. What's going on? So basically Jackie wrote an article about like do too many gifts. Spoiler children's you've talked about going to Jennifer's house, etc. So of course, the first thing Dolores does is called Jennifer stick. Hey, jennifer. Hi, hi. This is Jennifer in my tradition. We answered the phone by saying hi, this is Jennifer. In my culture. We pick up the phone. We put it between our ear or shoulder. Hold on a second Delors. I have someone on the other line or as we say in my tradition. Seven on the other line. Okay. So and she's like wait is that a bell and your background that's foot blow tops. You know, we're giving what? Oh. To them. Right. Hold on. I'm getting a text message. Hold on. Oh, it's from melda. Hold on. No melda. No. You cannot have pretender exchanges. All sales are final. You're stuck with my brother. Thank you. Okay. What were you saying about a record player and Dolores is like you don't talk about someone's house? That's private, and I think she deserves a four warning. Yeah. That's that houses private especially after it's been featured on television in like an extended montage of all its luxury. Also, like when you've had said owner of a house went on a trip to Oklahoma will not stop talking about set house. Yeah. She's like, well, I am shaking. First of all just because I have this big house..

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"abell" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"abell" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Baseball player. Says she's Deloris gums like we're in trouble. Did you see what you some brought home? It's a bell. Okay. It's a bell. And he goes a blogging. She gets no like ding Abell for thing. You know, what it's it's a it's a bell for a blowjob. I write that is the ring for blowjob. Okay. And I rang up acting. I thought it was a ring for a hug from your mother turns out the ring for a blowjob. It's a problem. Franken's a problem. You're that was pretty awkward because Frank goes is it for you like oh God this show. I liked it. This show can up each other's gross each sync up the grossness of the scene before it. I also like the Deloris is like wearing a full on Shmatko in her hair and holding laundry. I mean, it's like they're in some weird honeymooners thing happening over in their side of the Bishop. Oh, so Delors like, I gotta tell you Frank. I don't know what this comedian's going to be like everyone's fighting. It's almost like wanna reality show. You know, you know, like, the NFL and Majd they don't talk Jay. Jackie tree. They don't talk Melissa and food. They don't talk me. And really well. I talked to anyone because I've pretty much Malone all the time. You know, because you're on the Florida all the time. And you know, I got this laundry. My rank sometimes I've ring Frankie's bell just from the puppet Franks like, ding, ding, ding. That's not for you. Frank. Try. Did you see the news PayPal? This is article it's called does given too many gifts spoil the kids. Listen to this. We the house. Jim. Bebel level play. I'm exhausted. Being the Bergen record Todd. I was amused that they that they that e Frank even knew how to read the Bergen record. So. Yeah. So basically Jackie really it. He's like, hey, Jude law, but putting this record Pittsburgh Bergen record in the play for like ten minutes. Now in just making no noise. What's going on? So basically Jackie wrote an article about like do too many gifts. Spoiler children's you've talked about going to Jennifer's house, etc. So of course, the first thing Dolores does is called Jennifer stick. Hey, jennifer. Hi, hi. This is Jennifer in my tradition. We answered the phone by saying hi, this is Jennifer. In my culture. We pick up the phone. We put it between our ear or shoulder. Hold on a second Delors. I have someone on the other line or as we say in my tradition. Seven on the other line. Okay. So and she's like wait is that a bell and your background that's foot blow tops. You know, we're giving what? Oh. To them. Right. Hold on. I'm getting a text message. Hold on. Oh, it's from melda. Hold on. No melda. No. You cannot have pretender exchanges. All sales are final. You're stuck with my brother. Thank you. Okay. What were you saying about a record player and Dolores is like you don't talk about someone's house? That's private, and I think she deserves a four warning. Yeah. That's that houses private especially after it's been featured on television in like an extended montage of all its luxury. Also, like when you've had said owner of a house went on a trip to Oklahoma will not stop talking about set house. Yeah. She's like, well, I am shaking. First of all just because I have this big house..

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"abell" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

12:09 min | 3 years ago

"abell" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"That's a new year wish that's a Christmas wish and you're a little late to the party. But I understand it. I'm still I know Brandon belt, man. I know that boy does that kept people freaked out. Holy smokes. It all you gotta do just run to a street corner bread Abell. Wow. Everybody like good bad and everything in between. I'm just kinda like I'm open to wherever that one goes. I would say this. If the giants like of the guys that have been around for a long time with the giants when they're talking about trades this off season. They're either guys that the giants are hoping they can find a way to keep or think about this like with your fantasy league people always do this. Offer up your best buddy some ridiculous fantasy trade de stop. And look at his team to think about whether or not it makes sense for him at all. So in other words, does anybody want random belt with that contract? I dunno. I dunno Antonio Brown though. I'm all in especially now that he's amassed singing just wackadoo on NBC. That makes me want him more. I don't know about number two overall pick more and the definitely not giving up George Kittle, but anything outside of that done deal. Antonio Brown aged thirty fine with it can be a a forty Niner. I do have to talk out some of the the sports New Year's resolutions. And and we'll do that in a little bit. But right now, let's get FPJ and here at PJ go in the news for me. Do I have a couple of news stories that have come up that we should discuss? I think so let's start with the first it's a whole new year. We probably should. Yeah. I'm sure Sundays are from last year too. So. Yeah. They're little old. Yeah. That's all right. That's what we can recycle them. All right. So in the news TSA is to deploy more floppy eared dogs because they're less scary than point your dogs. Well, we buy into this hang on. There's two dogs. I've always loved the look up and by the way member went Amy Trask, and I start talking about dogs. And she brought up Tony LaRussa 's work that he does there in the East Bay ended up being this massive Twitter thing, I'm still getting re tweets about like the shelter reached out. And I want to get a dog at some point. We're not quite ready because they're a little four year old is still a little solo freaked out by the whole thing. I'm really interested in this kind of discussion. Now, I love labs, and I love huskies. Now. Huskies pointy years. I believe they are. Yeah. That a lab is they're cutting in between tweeter, right? Yeah. That's a good call. So I'm not scared of the point of your dog. But I understand why the floppy your dog does seem a little bit less. Intimidating write a little biased on this. Because I love dogs so much dog guy. I love German shepherds, and they're to me, but other people are scared like really scared of German shepherd. So it's. Big. They kind of can be scary. I think they can be very cute too. But I mean, golden retrievers labs start to think of like other dogs like that. I mean, what are you gonna have poodles in there? Now, like, the smaller the dog the more likely that it has floppy ears, right? Yeah. Well, okay. Sure. But I mean, there's always. But there are there any like huge dogs with floppy ears. I think great Danes don't that. Now. Maybe. Yeah. I think they have big floppy ears out of my expertise is on right now. I don't know. I don't know. But what is it? The airlines are doing. So they're going to be there. What are the what's the change? They're making. There's just going to have more floppy eared dogs, and they're not gonna have any point your dogs. So. How's the airline gets decide that? I don't know. Isn't it up to the passenger show with the dog will know this is for the TSA line? I got it. So this is. Yeah. I got it. I thought you were talking about the ones that were allowed to be passengers on. I mean, that'd be that'd be huge news story. Yeah. That'd be that'd be very controversial. I thought I should bring that up because I just love all dogs. Don't discriminate you. We can talk dogs anytime you want I want as much vice as possible. US you're love or do you have any advice on husky versus lab? Lobster the smartest dogs ever retire lab to get we had a lab named gamer, and he was was he gave us a gamer. He wasn't like my dad didn't think about video games when naming this dog. Nobody wouldn't. I mean, that's kind of a newer word. Exactly. So anyways, he was like always sitting barking on command. He could add and subtract when you pull them one two plus two equals what? And then my dad was a math teacher. So I'm interested in dogs who can add. It's a big deal was awesome. Okay. I like that. I've heard huskies are also smart, but they're just too nice. Like if a burglar shows up at the door, they're come coming in. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Kill the full blown Turkey him in the backyard. So thanksgiving or is this. Like, it was infiltrating. So that's tough. All right for the Turkey story. Number two. You can apply to play in coach in the XFL on Lincoln. Right now, go do it is one of the more social sites that has ever been created. I agree. I feel like a lot of what's happening on. There is not actually happening like people are reaching out to you. I feel like a lot of what's going on his burner account there. But I'll also say this linked in is the only place you don't maybe a little bit Twitter where like I've actually made money by meeting. People have reached out to me on linked in with offers do things I did. I don't even know. They're like, yeah. I heard you listening on the radio, whatever, blah, blah, blah, next thing. You know, I'm doing a speaking engagement or whatever. So my I have a soft spot for linked except for the dawn whenever you have a work anniversary, and you get forty seven emails congratulating, you're on your work anniversary. And you don't even know what anniversary it is. Because you have too many jobs. I have that problem on linked until. To me is just weird and scary. So they tell you to sign up for it. When you graduate college just graduated college last year. Ends up. All right. Yeah. I was a little kid stupid millennial. They call me. But anyways, so Lincoln was this new scary thing to me. I was areas. This Facebook for jobs. All right. Let's just sign up and say people are viewing profile profiles say. Okay. Cool. And then you're like am I doing this? Right. And then I had actually like my my mom looked at it. My girlfriend looked at it. And they're like, oh you did. This all wrong. You're not professional is supposed to be like Twitter five people reviewed your account. And then you found out. It was your mom and your girlfriend. Yeah. Pretty much. You know, it was just it was funny because I was just like just living life doing, you know, but one of those things in the bio. Social media. Exactly, I guess is supposed to be like your resume. Like my Twitter profile says protein in vegetables. Yeah. Because that's what I try to make as many meals as possible unless when the holidays, and we're doing that peanut butter ball thing we were talking about earlier, but trying to keep his many things protein and vegetables if I put that on linked, and that's just stupid. That's not what you're going for. I learned the hard way. All right. So anyway, but we can go apply to be a coach on the XFL. Yeah. Do you wanna do that? No. I you know, Cowley the thing happened so fast with all of these secondary leagues. I know there's like ten coming up. The XFL was like we're going to do this. But we're going to wait two years and in that two years eight other leagues of popped up and one of them is starting in a month. Really not alliance of American football. Ricky Williams one. No, no, that's a different one. The alliance of American football has like Mike single Terry's going to be a coach Mike Martz is going to be a coach neuheisel's going to be a coach all these guys are coaching, and it starts next month. That's crazy. Yeah. We don't see that in baseball, by the way, fun fact the day. Okay. Because it's a monopoly. It's the only monopoly that's been passed by. The supreme court bent. Yeah. The government said, you know, what you can have already waiver. Yeah. You're the only one today. So you don't have any seaside leagues or anything like that. But. Onto the next story. The NFL refs set record for most penalties ever called in a season. Gimme the number. You think it is? Oh, gosh. Okay. So real quick if there's approximately let's see what we've got about thirty about thirty teams that play sixteen games. So okay. Quick math. We're talking about somewhere in between four hundred fifty and five hundred games. And I'd say, you know, six seven penalties per game seventy three thousand three hundred twenty one that's pretty good. But three thousand four hundred forty seven. Oh, overbid so prices, right? I would win both showcases. Yeah. That was pretty good team had the most it's always the raiders, isn't it that they're that's their thing. They're in the middle of the pack. Okay. So then this was going to surprise you Steelers. No the Kansas City Chiefs chiefs had one hundred sixty three total flags this counts for offsetting in decline penalties for one thousand. One hundred and fifty three yards. That's a lot of yard though. The one seed the least the least now the least penalized team. I bet is the. The titans. Nailed it. Yeah. You gotta be have a good defense. And they never have the ball on offense. Yeah. Ninety nine flags for seven hundred twenty seven yards in your San Francisco. Forty niners. Are they do one hundred and thirty-three flags for nine hundred and eighty two years there in the middle of the pack. Back alley. I think if you don't have enough flags it's like, you're not aggressive enough or something. All right. Okay. What else you got? All right humans, harass and attack. Soft driving cars Waymo cars in Chandler, Arizona. So this is a an article that popped up and there's twenty one documented instances in Arizona by local police in Chandler, Arizona. About people harassing Waymo vehicles. Now, this is a self driving car. This is the new way of thinking. John twenty one twenty two that we're all going to be doing this. And I thought this was hilarious. Just because like you see a one hundred of these cars, I feel like a day in San Francisco. Because they're getting all the data of all the street corners Silicon Valley. This is where it's going to be. I've seen a Google one. I've seen like an Uber wanna lift one, and they they have cameras. So it's it's just funny. Uber and a lift have a self driving car. I mean is there is where's the is there? Even a person in there. There's the person's a passenger. But is there is there somebody in the driver's seat? They're trying to get rid of the driver's seat. So it's like, you're you're both facing each other. So imagine like the front of the car that's a little bit too personal. I feel I want to like get an Uber. And then have somebody say okay now, we have to talk. We'll know. It'd just be you and the people you're in the so they'd just be like, nobody's driving the car. Okay now. And then, but that's too spooky. Yeah. Right. This is this is coming up in the news. So of these Twenty-one documented instances included, men, waving pistols at the car. People slashing traffic. So they'll literally pop out at a red light stabbed the tire and walk off. And they throw rocks at it. And a couple people ran into this cars, but I I have a rule against attacking things that are over three thousand pounds and made of steel. Yeah. That's just that's that doesn't seem like it's going to go for you. But I get it people attack things that they're scared of because even what you just described like that that sounds it. Just feels Erie. Yeah. I don't wanna get into a car. There's nobody in there. I don't know if I could wrap my head around that. But I better get used to it. I guess I got a funny story about this. So the other day in the city, I was driving into the studio and the car was just going so slow compared to the rest of the traffic, and I was caught behind it. And I was just like I was okay, don't honk your horn just being I'll be cool becomes..

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It is time to expand and defend our lane for the publics good.

Second Opinion

03:45 min | 3 years ago

It is time to expand and defend our lane for the publics good.

"This is Dr Michael Wilks with a second opinion. This has been a difficult week what with major fires a major, California bar shooting and almost constant post election bickering. So it's even more remarkable that the NRA had the owed acidy to attack American physicians. The NRA story started when a prestigious medical journal, the annals of internal medicine published a paper advocating for sound policies to eliminate firearm related injuries and death. Their position was not unique to this one journal. It was not unique to just internal medicine doctors or just medical providers. In fact, thousands of medical and nursing and other health science students across the nation's belong to safe in organization that stands for scrubs addressing the firearms epidemic. These students are disgusted that our elected officials are. Unwilling to stop gun violence. The medical profession has a unique responsibility to focus on issues related to preventing death and disease. We need to speak out against gun violence, just as we do for other preventable causes of injury and death. So when the NRA tweeted a response to the annals article that said, quote, someone should tell the self-important anti-gun doctors to stay in their lane, unquote. Most doctors found the tweet highly offensive Dr Mark Abell leading family physician and professor of medicine at the university of Georgia put it this way. Well, this is very much our lane gun violence and preventing gun violence is the job of every physician every primary care physician pediatrician ER physician in always we see the consequences of gun violence in our work preventing. It is like trying to prevent drowning. Trying to prevent bicycle accidents by telling folks to wear helmets telling folks to wear seatbelts, you know, it's no different doctors regularly engage in discussions with people around the dangers of keeping guns in the house particularly in situations where there are children people with mental illness or substance abuse or others who are at high risk of harming themselves or others. We do this whenever there is research on how people can prevent injuries. What is different with guns is that nine thousand nine hundred ninety six the NRA convince congress to bar the federal CDC from doing any research on gun violence. This draconian law was the NRA's backlash to an important study by the CDC done in the early nineteen nineties that study showed quite convincingly that bringing a gun into the house puts everyone at a much higher risk of injury. Well, the. Array lashed out. So now twenty two years later, the CDC can do research and drowning and seat belts and led Texas city, but it cannot do anything related to guns given the change in house leadership. It's long past time to overturn this ridiculous ban. Doctors can help prevent gun injuries and death. This is Dr Michael Wilks. With a second opinion this podcast was made by public radio station. KCRW our status as a nonprofit enables us to make bold and unusual programs. But we need your support to keep it that way donate or become a member at KCRW dot com slash join. And thanks.

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The Lucky Country

The Indicator from Planet Money

04:11 min | 3 years ago

The Lucky Country

"To understand why Australia has gone so long without its economy. Shrinking I spoke to guide Abell Lumley deputy governor of the Reserve Bank of strata, the ustralia central Bank. He gave basically three reasons I lock said always thought with lock those. I finest book in the stroller, which is the titles ironic, but cooled the lucky country, and that's often the nickname the Israel, given and. And for good reason, his an extract from that book, Australia is a lucky country run mainly by second rate. People who share it's luck. Oh my God. That's the Kiwi side of you. He's writes about the luck Australia has been like the Roadrunners streaking through the desert dodging. Oh, kind of bums angles at the world could throw on it. And as for the particular kind of luck location in this part of the world in Asia is being beneficial particularly of light over the last fifteen years. Also, China's building a lot of stuff they need steel, and we have the two major inputs to make steel. So we have on oil. We have call. There's a lot of minerals and all that red dirt out in the Austrailia outback. There's gold uranium lithium for phone batteries and China's been buying a lot of it. And also, the big ones guide to bell just said, Iran, ore and coal, and it's not just I an oral and coal and all those minerals. Australia is also selling to Asia things that you don't really think of as exports. Our exports specifically education and tore them students from Asia love studying Australian, universities and tour. Love Bondi Beach in Sydney, and all the other great beaches been pronouncing Bondi Beach incorrectly. My whole life, by the way. But anyways that is the luck side of things. Let's go to the second part of the formula. What is that? There is something about the institutions which met at two I think institutions so what he means is kind of the way that the government is set up works pretty well, balancing the economic cycle. So for one the government typically saves during the good years, you can win an election by saying I am going to be more fiscally prudent than than my opposition saving during the good times. This is a big deal because if the government saves during the good times, then the public is more likely to be okay with the government spending money during the bad times. So for example, two thousand nine which was a horrible year for the global economy. Australian politicians were able to respond so there was a fairly lodge cash handout to households. There was a sort of spending. Program on school holes and things like that some of it was just cashed the people, and then there was some Texas for businesses, and it's not just the government saving in the good times. And then spending in the bad times when the world was panicking in two thousand eight and two thousand nine you also had the Australian central Bank lowering interest rates just like it was supposed to so borrowing cheaper because interest rates were lower. So businesses could keep investing and people could keep on buying. But also the Australian exchange rate was flexible, so the stray leeann dollar was depreciating it was becoming weaker against currencies like the US dollar. And this means that Australian exports were cheaper for people in other countries to buy. So these other countries would keep buying all those freight containers of coal or iron ore from Australia. And that kept Australians working and the third reason guide bell gay for strata avoiding recision, especially during the last downturn was about the banks. Remember? The big global economic down to him from two thousand eight started with a Bank crisis mostly in the US, but Australian banks actually started off in pretty good shape. They didn't have much of the toxic assets that American and European banks out. So it didn't have toxic assets. In other words, they didn't have a lot of loans on their balance sheets that we're never going to be paid back. That's right. But just in case to keep trust in the banking system. Policy makers like Tobel scrambled to insure deposits that everyday people wouldn't rush to take out the money from the Bank, and then the bank's own funding guaranteed by the government to make sure that the Australian banks didn't run out of money. Exactly.

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Trump, world leaders mark 100 years since end of World War I

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:43 sec | 3 years ago

Trump, world leaders mark 100 years since end of World War I

"Trials Snyder world leaders gathered in Paris today to commemorate one hundred years since the end of fighting in World War One. Abell bringing in Paris marking the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month the time. The armistice went went into effect in nineteen eighteen French president, Emmanuel Macron hosted dozens of world leaders were today's commemorations including President Trump who is preparing to speak this hour at a cemetery outside Paris where American soldiers are buried the visit follows criticism over yesterday's cancellation of a trip to an American cemetery in northern France. The White House site a bad weather for grounding, the president's

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Troy Hadrick GeneMax Testing

Working Cows Podcast

12:58 min | 3 years ago

Troy Hadrick GeneMax Testing

"Working cows. Podcast episode, forty, eight. Welcome to the podcast, the gives producers platform to discuss and share paradigm, challenging practices practices that have increased the effectiveness of their operation and the joy that their families have received from this lifestyle. Kansas. People. Howdy. Everybody Klay Connery hosted the working house podcast. Just back with another episode before we get into our guest today, I wanted to make you aware of something pretty cool to happen in my hometown young lady that attends the church where I'm pastor was elected homecoming Queen, which is cool enough itself. But this young lady is also autistic, and it was just a really proud moment for me as a Bill Foucher native to see the students. Abell food can teach all of us in Bellevue about a little bit about what true beauty is like. So if you want to check that story out head on over to Facebook dot com, slash working cows, it will be pinned there as the pinned story for a little while. So if you want to check that out, Facebook dot com, slash working cows, we will who will leave it up there for you to read and check that story out. Pretty cool stuff. So onto our guest today, Troy Hedrick is rancher from north central South Dakota near. Folkston he has been using gene max testing on in his heard, and we wanted to talk them just a little bit about what he has been accomplished through that. So Troy, thanks for joining me today on the working cows podcast. Yeah. Glad to beyond today, pre sheets chance to share a little bit about our, but our cattle herd and what we've done with it over the last several years to really try and improve our genetics. So you guys, how long have you been using gene mex- testing on your operation? So we started back in two thousand and fourteen for the first time prior to that years. Prior to that, we had set out to sort of figure out how we could increase revenue, make our cattle more valuable essentially without having to just, you know, simply by running more numbers, I guess. And, and of course remember coming off the drought of twenty twelve feed was tough and pasture was tight. And so we're trying to figure out other ways to to get instead of getting bigger figure, how we get better. We decided to try and produce cattle that we could market on quality based grid system and which essentially means or trying to get that it will create in the certified Angus beef in prime. And so we said doubt on that direction with our genetics, we were using before we even got the first set a date of back started kind of looking at some of the DNA tests that were out there in specifically looking at the ZOA tests talking about earlier Jean max focus gene max advantage in. So it was pretty interesting to see. Look at maybe the potential of the test. I think you know, at the beginning, we were still trying to figure out how exactly we would utilize it in that. Actually, it took me a while. You know, there's obviously a cost involved in the thing and. And you get this data back in, there's always against the fear. It's kinda easy. Sometimes spend that money, and then you know, you get their sheet of paper in the mail and says, here's your test results. I didn't wanna just take that and say, all Alex good or that looks bad or whatever and throw the file cabinet. Right? And then just kind of walk away. It's like we really, you know, we got to when we get this information, we have to know how to utilize it. So I kinda spent quite a bit of time trying to figure that out before we ever took a tissue sample on a calf even. And so once we started do once I kinda got that figured out and kinda explored that way ahead. Then we move forward with starting to use the test. And how have you guys changed what you're doing? What what? What's different now on your cowherd or in your management than it was before you started testing. So prior to testing prior to main, my two cousins taking. Over management to the ranch. Back in two thousand twelve. We we'd been a pretty traditional cowherd or we we weaned or we had a background in yard year, so we would back around our camps for awhile

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California, Abell and Ganz discussed on Maxwell

Maxwell

00:18 sec | 3 years ago

California, Abell and Ganz discussed on Maxwell

"Open the K G O eight tenths gal. Good afternoon. I'm Nikki medoro. States up and down the east coast are making preparations for hurricane. Florence New Jersey. Governor Phil Murphy says they don't expect the direct hit. But want residents to be cautiously? We're gonna only dealt a glancing

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