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Biden: 'Our country hurts' after Hurricane Ian slams Florida

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last week

Biden: 'Our country hurts' after Hurricane Ian slams Florida

"President Biden says he will visit Florida once conditions allow as hurricane Ian continues devastating parts of the state The president says the hurricane could be Florida's deadliest yet The numbers of still are still unclear but we're hearing early reports of what may be substantial loss of life He says many families are hurting and the entire nation hurts with them The president visited fema headquarters for an update on the federal response to Ian which administrator deanne criswell says will keep wreaking havoc up the east coast A storm that we talk about for decades Sagar Meghani Washington

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Biden Asks Whether Deceased Congresswoman Is at White House Event

The Dan Bongino Show

01:45 min | Last week

Biden Asks Whether Deceased Congresswoman Is at White House Event

"But one of the people who was involved in this food insecurity program was a representative Jackie Well so Biden's given a speech and he wants to give a shout out to Jackie walski so he wants to make sure she stands up so she can get acknowledged So he's looking around I want you to listen to what happens here He's like hey where's Jackie Check this out There's so many of you know so much about this as well and you're committed And I want to thank all of you here for including bipartisan elect officials like representative government senator Braun senator Booker representative Jackie are you here Where's Jackie I didn't think she was going to be here Folks I saw you just send me Jim Jim just texted me during the show He did it again He just did it again He just did it again But Greg price I'll put this out there Biden won this way from the podium again as the fema administration Look at the oh my gosh My gosh this is going on This is going on the podcast tomorrow Folks I'm sorry to do this to you There's no audio to that right Jim there's nothing for us to play for the radio audience Thank you Mister president Folks if you go to my Twitter I'm at D Bon Gino on Twitter You can watch what Jim just put up there He walks in the wrong direction the fema administrators go into grab them like sir the events not over this way Now getting back to the end of it Thank you for sending me This guy does not know what he's doing Jackie wolsky is dead She died in August and a car accident You got the commander in chief It was a major story Where's Jackie She's dead

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Russia prepares to annex occupied Ukraine despite outcry

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last week

Russia prepares to annex occupied Ukraine despite outcry

"Moscow appointed heads of the Liu Hans and curzon regions in Ukraine have published on the telegram messaging application They request for the territories to join Russia Luhansk pro Moscow administrator cited alleged Ukrainian crimes and threat of genocide as a reason for his request addressed to Russia's Vladimir Putin while the curse and region's head later did the same and the remaining to Russia occupied regions are expected to follow suit for requests as seen as a prelude to Putin declaring their annexation in the coming days Kyiv and Western Allies have dismissed the referendums as shams president volodymyr zelensky says Russia's attempts to annex Ukrainian territory will mean there's nothing to talk about with this president of Russia I'm Charles De Ledesma

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How Florida officials are working to mitigate floods ahead of Hurricane Ian

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last week

How Florida officials are working to mitigate floods ahead of Hurricane Ian

"The White House is urging floridians to take hurricane Ian seriously Get ready From fema administrator Diane griswell to President Biden who says the storm could be very severe Life threatening and devastating in its impact The administration's pleading with Florida residents do not underestimate Ian but griswell knows some will I do have concerns about complacency In dunedin along the Gulf Coast I'm a Floridian and we know how to deal with hurricanes Kelly Johnson says she's staying home Two blocks from the beach This is what we do And has a generator ready in

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Bam! NASA spacecraft crashes into asteroid in defense test

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last week

Bam! NASA spacecraft crashes into asteroid in defense test

"A NASA spacecraft rammed an asteroid Monday night in a test to see if space rocks could be knocked out of a collision course with earth The dart spacecraft launched last November rammed an asteroid at 14,000 miles an hour in an effort to nudge the space rock into a smaller orbit around its twin 7 million miles from earth And we have impact Mission controller Elena Adams as the darts camera went blank in its signal abruptly ended data from a bevy of telescopes trained on the pair will be checked to see if the orbit has shifted NASA administrator Bill Nelson says the mission is just to start a protecting the earth from asteroids like the one thought to have led to the mass extinction of the dinosaurs 66 million years ago Planetary defense is a global endeavor I'm Tim McGuire

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FOX News Exposes DoDEA Equity Chief Kelisa Wing for Anti-White Posts

Mark Levin

01:41 min | 3 weeks ago

FOX News Exposes DoDEA Equity Chief Kelisa Wing for Anti-White Posts

"Oh the Department of Defense The education officers and lengthy history of anti white racism I'm sure she put that on a resume And that's why she was hired The chief officer of diversity equity and inclusion at the education wing of the Department of Defense has recently come under fire after Fox News uncovered a trail social media posts and children's books that disparage white people I don't know why she's not a host on MSNBC Kelisa wing kelisa wing a self described woke administrator who oversees the K through 12 curriculum offered a Department of Defense dependence allegedly wrote a series of anti white messages in various social media fora dating back to at least June 2020 I'm so exhausted at these white folks In these professional development sessions she wrote this lady actually had the audacity In other words Caucasian To say that black people can be racist too she posted I had to stop the session to give Karen the business We're not the majority We don't have power Meaning caucus a combination of Caucasian and audacity say racially charged term used to express frustration about white people and they're supposedly shameless displays of privilege and racism according to dictionary dot com Wings other anti white posts on Twitter and elsewhere include being antiracist means being active against racism you will never arrive stop centering this on whiteness I'm exhausted by 99% of the white men in education and 95% of the white women Where can I get a break from white nonsense for a while

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NASA celebrates anniversary of JFK speech

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 3 weeks ago

NASA celebrates anniversary of JFK speech

"NASA celebrated the 60th anniversary of John F. Kennedy's historic moonshot speech Kennedy spoke at rice university in Houston in 1962 about sending astronauts to the moon before the end of the decade and bringing them safely back to earth But why some say the moon He said why climb the highest mountain We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things Not because they are easy but because they are hard 60 years later at rice university administrator Bill Nelson talked about NASA's Artemis moon rocket Not going to be easy It's going to be hard Some things never change NASA is gearing up for a test flight of Artemis after two scrubbed launches But this is more than just a moonshot To take us further than ever before to Mars NASA hopes to launch Artemis at the end of the month I'm Ed Donahue

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Where God Leads God Provides: A Discussion With Matt McPherson

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:45 min | Last month

Where God Leads God Provides: A Discussion With Matt McPherson

"Talking about, you made guitars, your dad, when did your dad was in a, was it a side sort of job or side hustle today's language that you're making guitars in the 70s, 80s? When did the, when did it become moving out from your own? I know in 91 is when you got your patent on the solo cam for the actual bow itself. Tell us about that transition because God had laid this in your heart and sometimes I see so many people today and I'm sure you have it in your company. You get young people who have an idea, but they don't want to wait to see God build it. I mean, he builds stuff from small things. And this is, I'd love to hear that story on how it transitioned. Well, you know what? I had been doing some, you know, because I'm wired to be an engineer, my father had patents, my uncle, my mom's side had patents. I was just kind of wired to be an engineer. And so early 70s, I had made a two cam compound bow before anybody ever had one. They were all four wheelers and 6 wheelers at that point. And I was hunting with a two cam. And I'm going, you know, I mean, I'm a kid, you know, I'm like, let's see how old was I for like 15? And I'm out hunting with a singing, thinking, why aren't they making it this way? You know, so I was being innovative throughout that time. And then in the later 70s, I honestly, you know, you start questioning, say, God, you know, what would you have me do in life? Because I'm taking up space, I'm breathing air. I'm eating food. And I don't want to be a taker. I want to be a giver. The world is full of takers. I want to somehow I want to be a giver in this world. God, show me how to do that. And I literally heard him say to me, I mean, audibly, it was to me it was audible. He said, I'm going to prosper you in business. So you can be self sufficient administrator.

Anti-Catholic Bias by Connecticut School District Under Scrutiny

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:55 min | Last month

Anti-Catholic Bias by Connecticut School District Under Scrutiny

"Did you see the recent news about the anti Catholic bias in a local school district? This really has me worried and it plays into what you've been talking about at turning point USA for quite some time. Please help explain it to your audience. Yes. So the wonderful project veritas recently came out with a string of videos of an assistant elementary school principal admitting that they don't hire people if you find out they are Catholic. And they tend to end up being more right leaning conservatives. This is outright anti Christian anti Catholic bias that is being admitted on camera. And I want to just, for a second, let's extrapolate this. This is just what is being caught on camera. How many school districts? How many hiring managers? How many schools? How many administrators I should say? Hold these views that we're not able to get on camera for every one, there's probably another 5000 people in leadership. That are actively discriminating against Christians and Catholics. Let's play cut 40. So then what do you do? So have you found a bit certain? Religions tend to be more ringling. This one. Now I know that's hard to hear. There's a lot of background I was in a cafe, but this is the assistant elementary school principal admitting that they don't hire people if they find out they have a Christian or Catholic bend. So this is, this is happening in Connecticut and the Connecticut attorney general William Tong is now announcing an investigation of discrimination at the cost Cobb elementary school. This is all thanks to the wonderful work of James O'Keefe and project veritas. They do a wonderful job.

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Anne Heche died without a will

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

Anne Heche died without a will

"There is an update on actor and Haiti's fairs When Anne Heche died last month about a week after she crashed her car into a house she did not leave a will now there are efforts underway to see how her affairs are to be handled Her 20 year old son is filed court papers to serve as administrator of her estate home of the fun her son with Haitians ex-husband Coleman laffoon this him and his 13 year old half brother Atlas tupper as the only heirs The document says the value of Haitians as status unknown that is usually the case with such an initial filing

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Jeff Myers on Summit Ministries' Polling Endeavors

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:25 min | Last month

Jeff Myers on Summit Ministries' Polling Endeavors

"People always say, have you read have you read the polls or did you read the studies or I never read any of that stuff? But when I hear something like this, I say that confirms exactly what I have been saying and hoping and praying for. That things have to get very, very bad to wake up some people to make them understand you better step up now. You've had your eye off the ball. You better get involved. But according to this, nearly 30% of Americans are getting more active in civics and politics than they were two years ago. That is an amazingly good piece of information. That's just amazing news right there. Well, the word is getting out, Eric, and you talk about this on your program, all of the time. We've got to stay in. We've got to get involved. We've got to stay in bulk. You can't just vote in national elections. You've got to vote in school board elections. You can't just sit at home. You've got to go to meetings. You've got to join things. You've got to find people you can partner with in other areas. So that's what we found in the poll. Now, I should clarify some administrators is not a polling organization. We focus on equipping and supporting the rising generation to embrace a biblical worldview. But we've got to understand the pulse of the culture. That's why we're doing the polling. We worked with the McLaughlin group, which is very well respected. And we're finding some fascinating things. Also some warning signs too. I hope we get a chance to talk about that.

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John Zmirak and Eric Discuss the Downfall of Modern Colleges

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:26 min | Last month

John Zmirak and Eric Discuss the Downfall of Modern Colleges

"Know and I know when we were at Yale, basically the English department, all that stuff had already gone downhill at these elite institutions, and it's followed across universities, where you think I thought, I'm going to go and I'm going to read the great books and I'm going to learn about, you know, I'm going to learn about classic literature and about art and about ideas. And I didn't, really. I really didn't. And you were in one of those classes. But back then, there were a lot of old men who were still pretty good, who'd been trained, maybe they were politically liberal, but they didn't bring it into the classroom that much. And they have been trained in the old rigorous standards. That's gone now. Those men have gone to their reward. People who get degrees in the liberal arts or the humanities to the society. And 99% of colleges would be better off if they had spent the entire time watching 30 runs. It's poisoning their minds, poisoning their souls. And they're going into different. They're going deep into debt. Meanwhile, those colleges have raised their tuition three or four times faster than inflation. And higher than enormous class administrators, things like diversity, consultants, and diversity enforcement agents,

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Caller: Mitch McConnell Is Not a Campaigner but an Administrator

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:13 min | Last month

Caller: Mitch McConnell Is Not a Campaigner but an Administrator

"Hi, Mike. Thank you. Going after McConnell, I believe, only plays into a Democrat party hand. So I'm not saying you personally, but I think that that's what's going on in the background here. Remember, if not from McConnell, Eric Garner would currently be on the Supreme Court of the United States, the payback. You mean Merrick Garland. But Joe, I appreciate that. I guess we could ignore it and hope it goes away. What do you think is motivating leader McConnell in failing to lead the Republican Party in this manner? He's more concerned with preserving the republic than winning elections. What does that mean? What preserving the republic, you think we're not going to preserve the republic if the Republicans take control of the Senate? What I'm saying is he's not much of a campaigner. He's clearly an administrator. And I would, I would suggest instead people contact people like the whip soon and McCarthy and personally, one of your other columnists. What an interesting take. He's

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How to Help Small Businesses Under Biden With Blaine Luetkemeyer

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:42 min | Last month

How to Help Small Businesses Under Biden With Blaine Luetkemeyer

"Things that I think is interesting coming out of this is there's this discussion about all these job growth and everything over the last year. You hit on it with the small business. I've been very frustrated when the Biden administration talks about how many jobs they've created. And the reality of it is most of it was coming back either from being stopped or delayed during COVID. And the reality is our small businesses are just getting back to try and where they were because of COVID more than anything that the Biden administration in particular has done. Yeah, there's a number of things in your comment there. You know, the Biden administration says they've created all these jobs. Quite frankly, they haven't created one single new job. Doug. If you look at the number of jobs that were in our economy, part of the pandemic were still over half a million jobs short of where we were private pandemic. So this administration still hasn't caught up. To where we were prior to the pandemic. So they haven't created one new job. From standpoint of the things that have been helpful to small business keeping business. That was a PPP program. That was a hugely successful program. It was actually a treasury program that was put together by treasury. It took an SBA program, the 7 a program, and turned it into the PPP program, and oversaw that within a small business administration being an administrator of the program. And as we've gone through the process, it's a very highly successful. There was a there's been some fraud in it, but minimal fraud compared to the problems that we have with other SBA programs. And most of the fraud was actually centered in FinTech companies. It wasn't banks and credit unions. It was FinTech companies. And that's primarily centered in about half a dozen different companies. So we've got it narrowed down to know exactly what the problem was and who did it.

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New Report Analyzes the CDC's Conduct Since COVID Outbreak

Mark Levin

01:52 min | Last month

New Report Analyzes the CDC's Conduct Since COVID Outbreak

"The center for disease control Has received a blistering blistering report Excuse me that's cholera A blistering blistering report About its conduct since you know we had the virus and so forth Trying to pull this up for you And I want to remind you this whole nursing homes Situation That we were the first to talk about this when we were tipped off on the air By a Doctor Who was an administrator to nursing home And I would go through the stats that were provided by the CDC and I would tell you That the definition of just COVID is confusing it seems overly broad That the direction I was being given was contradictory I had people on my show life liberty and Levin People behind this mic And of course I was an attacked as a denier And he was like denier of what I don't deny there's a virus Of course I didn't deny that there's a virus But there were a lot of questions to be asked and the CDC was not up to it And one of the reasons is because of politicization which is not A top subject of this report because they would respond to Democrat interest groups like the teachers union Which really wasn't part of the report either

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What Do Anthony Fauci and Merrick Garland Have in Common?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:30 min | Last month

What Do Anthony Fauci and Merrick Garland Have in Common?

"What do Anthony Fauci and Merrick Garland have in common? I know they're both kraven old men that are using their twilight years to terrorize a majority of the country and they're both approximately 5 feet tall with no Napoleon syndrome, by the way, trying to tell us how to live our lives and using their power for evil, but they're also creatures of the administrative state. Now, as we talk about on this program, the constitution authorizes three types of power. We all learn this in school. It's very basic. The legislative branch, the executive branch, and the judicial branch. How does the administrative state though fit into that arrangement? And the answer is it doesn't. If you go all the way back to 1887, Congress created the interstate commerce commission. It was expanded decades later, but it was almost this fourth branch of government, the birth of the fourth branch of government, and it was no coincidence that happened in the late 1800s. This was where the focus on scientism was born industrial revolution, people start to think they could perfect man. We need the council of experts, the administrators that know best. We have allowed over the last hundred years. The administrative state also called the deep state or the shadow government to do whatever they want to do with very little check or balance or transparency being demanded.

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Chat w_ Alberto Daniel Hillmp3 - burst 2

twitterspaces

19:16 min | 2 months ago

Chat w_ Alberto Daniel Hillmp3 - burst 2

"Of your bio from your LinkedIn page. Oh, why do I can talk about myself without reading? I would be better. That would be better. Why don't you tell us a little bit about yourself? I know. Yeah, that's right. Well, guys, I am a computer engineer. I am my name is Alberto, first of all. I want to kill. I am from Uruguay, of America. And I am a computer engineer. I have been working for 20 years into information security in different fields, such as computer forensics, consulting, I have a BMP certification, which is a pressure management professional from the PMA organization, and that allowed me to lead many projects, implementing information security management systems, based on the norm, so I select 27,000, which I am also satisfied, and I am the first hacker in Uruguay that will seem to be, but that's not the main point, the pain point is that I was sent to research and for trying to help others seem to present without being guilty of any crime. And well, I am here with my friend Tony that I met on the address spaces. And well, she invited me to talk in a space with her and I'm very honored to be here today. Thank you. And I want to welcome everyone to this nice space. I see we have Jason, who I met also on Twitter space bunsen and beaker who hosts an incredible portrait of phrases. Make sure you follow. I guess he does a great work and also my good friend Jason, who is an incredible guitarist. He plays beautiful music for me and hi there. So she's just kind of remark the sky as we follow each other. How are you? And hi Mike, how are you, space Mike, and also let's say hi to mister proctor 31 and also to Samantha. Hi, everybody. Welcome to this space. And again, another disclaimer. We are recording this space. I am running an analytics on this space. So if you could go ahead and share this out and invite all your Friends, even if they're not seen on this base, there are people listening to us right now according to the software. I wanted to talk a little bit about some of the things that you experienced. But what made you decide to reach out? I mean, you know, they say that no good deal unpunished. Alberto, I wonder, can we talk a little bit about that? Well, maybe you decide to reach out and to help your country. Wait, do you mean after or before being arrested? Before being arrested, I mean, did you thought that you would get arrested for doing this? Absolutely not. It was something that never crossed my mind. It was something that for me, it was impossible that would never happen. I mean, if you ask anyone from my school, when I was a child, when I was in university, I was probably the most introverted person in the class, the person that if you have told anyone of my act Friends from college, who will be impression, if you have to do one person in the future, I would probably leave it the last in the list to be considered, no, never across my mind. And as I work in cybersecurity, one of the key things that we do is finding some problems in systems, you may find them in the place where you work and you are paid for finding them. I mean, that's part of your issue. Or actually, when you go to your house and you tell your computer, you can also find security problems in systems that are not under your control. And yeah, I did find a lot of problems in many systems. And all the time, I reported them in order to help those people that both the companies that are involved and the people whose information is started in those systems that are being vulnerable without wanting anything in return. I mean, there are no problems here in Europe. So you do it just to help you then get I mean, you don't get to eat sometimes I think in return, but I consider that that's the thing to do because otherwise somebody with bad intentions will probably find the same problem you found. And they will be affecting the private information of a lot of people, which I really like because privacy for me is something patients and I respect other people's privacy and I want my what I don't want to I don't want to be invaded by policy and my life is quite public right now, but I really think the priorities should be really respected. But I have reported for years not to accompanies to what I find the best, but to assert of my country, the search is agency of the development that handles all the security things that are linked to the government and to critical systems or importance systems such as America providers, for example, or financial financial institutions. And well, I have done it for years. And I never had any problem. Until I found a very important security issue in America provider that was the provider of my ex-girlfriend where she wanted to set an appointment in the system and she gave me a computer to do that. And well, before she gave me her username and password, I was already in the system with the privilege of administrator being able to see absolutely everything everything out there, the provider with the username admin and the password admin, which is something that is hard to relieve, but it was true. So I immediately reported that to the serve. And then I forgot about it because you had to report it and you don't need to get any update or you have to know how the incident is being handled and solved. That's not part of the report. You are just the person who reported it and that's it. And the year after that, I went again to a website and when you add in this field for so many years, you plan its mail when a system has security flows just by taking a look at it and you see certain patterns or certain indicators that the site can be easily captured to put them away. And again, in 5 minutes, I would say it will access to all the medical records of all the uses of the system, just modifying a parameter in the URL, which means, for example, you have a URL that has a number on it at the end and you change that number that you start surfing through all the records without being authenticated in the system, which means you didn't need a username or password, anywhere you could access to that information, just having the URL, and a report that two years after that September 2017 Interpol visit, arrested me, and I was sent to prison accused of having had the medical provider. That's what happened to me. You mean, they actually used the word admin as a password. They believe it or not, it's probably the, it's a problem that goes back to 19 60s that it was first pointed out as a big problem. And it's still 2021, but you still find systems that have the problem. And that works with scenarios that I have found in our abilities in systems, and Scala systems, such as those that controls the pump of the associations where you can access the without using even the username and password. The user is connected via template, and you can execute remotely comment to modify the parameters of the pumps in the gas stations, which is even worse that using admin admin. So I'm going to let anyone up yet to grab them I get me about ten minutes. I want to kind of like do some chat with Alberto. So Mike don't be upset. I got you. So we'll get you up here. 'cause I have a lot of questions to ask because I'm besides I want to kind of touch base on his books because I didn't realize how many books he had going on. There was a lot and it's on his profile, but he might want to take a look at it. But I wanted to talk to you a little bit about, I think all of us in this space, it has social network, right? We're all we have Facebook, Instagram, career, and all this stuff. And I've had friends who have lost their account, so on hacked in, they went in, they pretty much copied their account and create another one, especially Facebook, Facebook was an incredible place that has happened to a lot of my friends actually. So why would you do when you say Facebook is compromised? But what should someone do? Well, that is a question that somebody from Facebook should answer. It's a very frustrating situation. But from my experience, I mean, I have to clarify, I hate Facebook. So that's the point number one. I hate Facebook. So I am not as somebody who knows a lot about it because I don't use it. I have an account in Facebook. But I really refuse to do it. I don't know what they like. But when it comes to losing your account, I strongly relate that Facebook has implemented several processes and mechanisms in order to recover that. Such as having, for example, Friends contact that can allow you to verify that you are the person who is requesting to gain a gain access to certain account if it's been lost. So maybe you also have some kind of security questions such as showing images of friends and having to link them to names in order to prove that you know that people in order to prove that you are the person who is claiming their account back and I think that those countries probably work pretty well so it's not like okay, I got hacked and I have to forget about my account. The few places I know were sold that way, you should always have a backup email and to factor authentication and things like that. But that doesn't mean you are protected. If somebody hacks into your Facebook account, they can change up immediately everything that you have set for recovery, but nowadays all the systems normally requires you certain steps in order to modify that, for example, if somebody gets access to my Twitter account right now because they know my password, they will need my second factor authenticator in order to log in. But in case they get into my system because, for example, they still my application is still in the cookie station, not to be technical, means still in your session of the user. If somebody still starts cooking, then they take the account, it is basically Euclid herself in the pound and they can go to our account settings and care, for example, to change their password immediately, but in order to change that password, you need to enter the previous password. And probably you also need my second factor dictator. So I still in the cookie, which is the most. Easy way to still an account from Twitter or for many service because they're still in if they still cookie, they grab your identity, they don't need your password. So to assume to answer your question, just contact report that to Facebook and try to follow the steps that are part of the process of recovering. And you're going to probably. Unfortunately, I assume that certain amount of people are not lucky enough to remember that I found that I had to start from zero. And that's a big issue because the account that is being stolen can be used for I mean, they can contact your contacts and send them information or your reputation, basically they want there are many things that motivate somebody to have an account, one is rearrange another could be just to prove that they can do it. But the reason behind that is Ari, the fact is that you lost something that belongs to you and have information about you that you should be in control of and once you are being hurt, you lose that control and what they can do with your account is not up to you and that's really that's really something that makes you frustrated and powerless that something terrible. Yeah, I think that's everyone's nightmare. Everyone in this space I think we all are worried about that and thanks for sharing some of your tips or not. And I know you have your next year spaces your own is coming up at 6 o'clock, which you'll go more and more detail and I'll be co hosting with you. So also will be nana will be basically she has a lot of content regarding those topics that will be top in about. So manic with your will be co hosting with you. Samantha will be also telling what it is to what it feels to be had, how the life of a person is being impact when it is hard and her story can open the eyes of the people to know that if you have this really serious do anything you can to prevent that, but because when it happens, it feels out of your control. Your life can really turn into a nightmare. So you can really help a lot of people. Yeah, I mean, I just, you know, social media has been around for a long time and I'm one of those people that literally shared everything every part of my what I ate, you know, what I did, what events I'm at, I didn't even think about it. I don't have any remember four square or not. I remember just, you know, not thinking about it. I'm just always checking in, trying to be the mayor of a space, you know, like a restaurant or something, just to be there. And not once did we ever thought that, wow, someone could come through your house and rob you or, you know, still the identity based on what your profile set yourself up. So can you give us some little tips on what we should do from now on, especially now that we're also transparent and always sharing online? Well, actually, my recommendation is guys do not do what I do. Do not share when you go to Australia, take a picture and put afternoon Montevideo and I also put a time stamp in the pictures showing the data and the hour, don't do that guys, don't do what I do. That's no need to expose so much information allowed you. Everything you share can be used and probably will be used to, I mean, people are, as I said, the motivations for hacking are huge, but one of them is just to put that you can do it. And you see, okay, there's a guy that I follow that if it's a hacker that goes after people that are in the files, she hacks those accounts, for example, that hits motivation to develop those kind of users. Well, just the question is, what are you intuitive or in any social platform? If you want to connect with friends, then just create a private profile and connect with the people you know and you want to be in touch with. And don't allow any stranger in your network. If that's what you want, if you want, for example, like me, to be known and I don't know how to say it, to bring a message to create a world that's about certain topics and basically. Get to be known, I share too much information, probably, that I try to think about it in terms of cost and benefits are risk and benefit and put everything in the scale and well, I post too much information about me that I shouldn't. But I think it's worth what I get back from it. I mean, I get the attention and engagement from

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Appalachian floods kill at least 16 as rescue teams deploy

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 2 months ago

Appalachian floods kill at least 16 as rescue teams deploy

"Search and rescue teams are looking for people missing in record floods that wiped out many Kentucky communities Kentucky governor Andy beshear expects the death toll to keep rising Tough news is 16 confirmed fatalities now And folks that's going to get a lot higher Bashir says emergency crews made close to 50 air rescues and hundreds of water rescues Thursday and more people still need help The administrator of the federal emergency management agency DN criswell says Kentucky residents need to be alert and follow the advice they are given Please pay attention to your local officials listen to the words that they're telling you Listen to the evacuation orders as this is still a very dynamic incident and they're still so many hazards that are out there President Biden has declared a federal disaster to direct relief money to more than a dozen Kentucky counties I'm Mike Hempen

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"administrator" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"administrator" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Administrators will take care of the rest and their plans provide coast to coast roadside assistance, rental coverage, even trip reimbursement. No additional charge. So whether your car is 5000 Miles or 150,000, Miles Carcelle has a monthly coverage option to fit your budget Get coverage today, Seaway. Partial cars go farther. Visit partial dot com slash dana to save 10%. That's crucial dot com slash dana deductible may apply. Damps constipation with belly pain, discomfort and bloating kept giving her grief. She talked to her doctor to get some relief turns out to have had irritable bowel syndrome with constipation or I B. S C, which was a start saying yes to lend us helped her do her part. When's US Orlean Appetite is a prescription medicine that treats I BSC in adults. Lindsay's works differently than laxatives. It lets you have more frequent a complete bowel movements and helps relieve overall abdominal symptoms. Belly pain, discomfort and bloating. These symptoms were studied in combination not individually. Do not give zest to Children less than six and it should not be going. Children six to less than 18. It may harm them. Do not take lens s. If you have a bowel blockage get immediate help. If you develop unusual or severe stomach pain, especially with bloody or black stools. The most common side effect is diarrhea, sometimes severe. If it's severe, stop taking lenses and call your doctor right away. Other side effects include gas, stomach area pain and swelling. There could be more to your story with I b s c. Talk to a doctor today. Say yes to Linz s learn more at Lindsay's dot com or call 1 800 l i N Z. E s s Sponsored by Happy and Ironwood Pharmaceuticals. One of the main benefits of a mortgage refinance is that it frees up cash. So.

"administrator" Discussed on Middle Market - Mergers and Acquisitions by Colonnade Advisors

Middle Market - Mergers and Acquisitions by Colonnade Advisors

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"administrator" Discussed on Middle Market - Mergers and Acquisitions by Colonnade Advisors

"And created a lot of synergies permanently. Capital is driving him in a activity across a number vertical in products is definitely one of those and as you said there are success stories dating back to to my memory. Two thousand six when h. I. g. bought into and then subsequently sold safeguard goldman and really since the mid twenty tens or so. There's been a lot of activity in your right. Folks are noticing that these are high growth high margin businesses with recurring cash flows and are sort of perfect four private equity investments and the success stories over recent years have proven that out and are driving. Increased interest in investment to the sector for shore so gina how are these companies valued. There's a little bit of secret sauce here in terms of looking at these companies thinking about the right metrics. What are you guys look at. It in. Terms of valuation administrators are valued typically not on gap but unmodified cash accounting. So what is modified cash accounting gap matches basically expenses in revenues with the value of the product with the life cycle of the product so under gap a vehicle service contract once again available service. Contract is three thousand dollars. The revenue of three thousand dollars will be recognized under gap pro rata over sixty months. The expenses for the reserve feature claims and other components will be recognized pro for sixty months under modified hash because these products are rolled into an auto loan. The administrator gets payment upfront. So jeff you buy the product and we're sitting here july second. I will get the funding from the auto finance company. That's financing your auto loan. I will get the funds here in july is a modified hash is recognizing the cash when it comes in so revenues recognized basically time a sale and the expense associated with reserve for future claims. And the clint all the contract related expenses are recognized at the time of sale. So essentially what you will see for a growing business that under modified cash earnings will be higher than under a gap business. So if i was telling one contract under one contract model under gap the contract would have won sixty of the earnings that would under modified cash so these companies are valued on a modified cash basis. Which gets complicated right. You have two sets of books that cfo's have to keep on these businesses by caches with debt and then the next question is the reinsurance funds in the trust to pay for future claims. Who owns that. If it's an add monopoly gore. There is real valley in those trusts because there is excess funds or putting chose trust than products lee structured to a certain loss ratio. The loss ratio is claims divided by the premiums remitted to the trust. Eight hundred dollars are going into. The trust was the expected claims for your off. A four is going to be four hundred dollars and these are not true to life numbers. These tina made up numbers. But that's a fifty percent loss ratio. But that means there's four hundred dollars in profits that are sitting there in that trust l. Becoming out that income from the trust should be included in the value of the company so we have different legal entities that are involved in considering how to value these companies. So that's a big complaint. The accounting what lynch tease involved and. Then what is driving value for these calms is it. A company with a narrow geographic reach Administrator own of texas or does it have a national rage do they have concentration and this is a big concentration with a dealer shipper. Most private aquifers will not invest in a company if greater than fifteen or twenty percent of its revenues. Come from a single source will single source isn't dealership rooftop but really a dealership grew so if an administrator has forty percent of revenues coming from one dealership crew there many may private equity firms that will not be able to invest in it and therefore it has a smaller university buyers. And we have as we've talked about many times on this podcast when fewer buyers that are potentially interested. It's going to try down. The bound so concentration is a big driver of value in this industry and then finally size matters once again. We always say this size matters. Bigger companies are worth more than the smaller bodies. That's for sure. Size definitely matters in this industry and i think we offer some guidelines to folks that we chat with certainly the big players you mentioned earlier trading for double digit multiples below a certain size. Say five million of earnings are probably not as marketable folks liaison broadscale. But they're still a large number of administrators that fall in the middle. There folks that are doing five to fifty million earnings that bill very valuable businesses and could be attractive to a large audience. Folks you've touched on strategic six private equity firms in right in the middle or the private equity back strategic folks that have already planted their flag like cornell did with spectrum and then followed with the number of strategic acquisitions so again lots of activity in the sector interesting dynamics. Colonnade has either been the sell side or buy. Side emanate advisor on many of the significant an products transactions. That have taken place over the last decade. These transactions are complex and require an investment banking team with deep industry knowledge. We have insider level mastery of drivers evaluation competitive positioning business trends relevant metrics and the right buyer universe enabling us to provide superior deal execution to our clients if you are an products company or a potential buyer of one of these businesses. And you're considering a transaction. Please contact us and we can help you think through your next steps. Thank you for joining us as we discussed one of colonnades areas of focus the sec administrators at colonnade we focus on emanate for financial services and business services companies. This podcast one. In a series of episodes discussing emanate trends in the sectors in which we are subject matter experts to learn more back. Colonnade the deals we've done in our thoughts on other emanate related topics. Please go to our website at c. o. l. ad dot com or join us on linked in..

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"administrator" Discussed on Oh Behave! Podcast

Oh Behave! Podcast

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"administrator" Discussed on Oh Behave! Podcast

"No one gets it than they're all mad at him and you know it's like you know with those. Were things that we learned from other educators like we learn like typically. You do what you were taught what you know. So it's like this isn't right. You know so just going in in fine. Schools classrooms office areas In all those different types of things all play into the whole the culture of what you want to be in a thumbs down to what you want your classroom to be. What do you want your hallways like. And it's a little bit of you know my training through pbis a little bit from responsive classroom social emotional learning and then adding by experiences administrator and aba to that in china like mode like it's by framework if you will in creating a pitcher you know what i want things to look like or how that building administrator once they're building to be reminder audience what pbs stands for if you positive positive. Behavior support intervention support. So i forgot what the ice of i thought. It was intervention spa so usually tends to be A lot of group contingencies although there are some in school contingencies. One of our previous guests Jennifer lord mentioned multi-tiered systems supports which is just another approach anti esa. Mt ntis empty. Sorry lhasa that gains items. I'm gwa that stands for dot good with acronyms. Anyways might say one and my hit them thinking whole okay with that was that would mean okay. Got it exactly. But the point being there's multiple acronyms for very similar ideas but When it comes to being a behavior analyst analysts were typically. Unless you're working for the school district And typically school district when you're working for school district you don't. You're not required to bbc. ba although that's not always the case it depends on the school district..

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"administrator" Discussed on TechSperience

TechSperience

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"administrator" Discussed on TechSperience

"But we do want anyway. Go right ahead. rob rob mackintosh. I am the marketing manager for the business solutions group here at connection and also co host with penny at time and part time producer or the podcast here at experience. That's the list goes on. Have enough time excellent. So i'm excited to dig into this topic. Because like i said in the intro there are so many platforms to choose from and i think in a realistic world many of us as end users or employees of applications have maybe at least to choose from within our organization which leaves us. You know some options and so we wanna talk through and jeff. I'd love to get your perspective. Because what you said in your intro as you started to use microsoft teams rape before everybody went home so i'd love to get a little bit of your perspective of how did you start engaging with it and what changed when everyone went home in march in how you use it today so so we started using it simply as a way to cut down on email. We were getting buried me personally. Buried with over two hundred emails a day just it was hard to keep up and in our sales people felt the same So internally whereas people had used some things like other communications like jabber and things like that gamer. None of them were really mandatory. A kind of like personal preference we decided. Hey we've got teams. let's try it. We heard good things about it especially from our sled side who not not was using it internally but a lot of their customers have been using it and they were talking up so we decided to take it on and it ended up being really good timing because probably less than thirty days after we really kind of started getting a set off with with rachel's help we all get sent home essentially so turned out to be has become. Maybe not our primary communication tool at this point for everybody certainly is for me and it's quickly kind of gaining traction with a lot of the sales people who were skeptical. I so this it's been right. Yeah and so. We're going to get in a little more into your use case of that out of email experienced but before we do that rachel i am dying to know what was it like to be an administrator of collaboration tool during a pandemic i jumped as the team's administrator at the beginning of february so i had a just about thirty days to really ramp up before it got a little bit crazy and there were tons of requests coming in for teams and the biggest challenge people were having was just getting started and understanding how to use this tool. 'cause there's a lot of things that are like other platforms but it has some unique features itself and really trying to understand. What are the best way is for us to use this to work together to communicate and stay connected that i think that was the biggest hurdle to get past but once we did that. It was kind of took off like wildfire. Awesome and rob. We talked about this a little bit on a previous where we gave our tips. Our favorite tips and tricks for microsoft teams. When the pandemic started you were not a microsoft teams user. So tell us what you were using and why mainly webex in. That's it was kind of just one of those things. Do you go into the company and here the tools that you have and webex was rolled out to us so we all used it here and then you get that slow roll where you start hearing you know people are trying this new platform teams that form and then you start hearing some of the different collaboration tools coming out from it and some of the different things. You're able to do all of a sudden it just because i love technology i'm like What what are and what we did that. Podcast like we talked about before with lane and he started coming up with all these tips and tricks of what he has been doing with. Teams is like tell me more. So that's that's what happened. That's when i started to roll and like jeff. We talked about this too in emails. Just to to a point where. It's just crazy you just can't keep up and it's so. How do you cut down those emails. And when you find out that you have a tool like teams where you can collaborate where everything gets into those channels and you can have those communications really organized for you if you get people that are adopting and adapting to it cuts down on those emails. So that's that's where. I'm at right back to teams with a sprinkle of slack at spring slack. So let's dig into this email replacement piece because one saying i'm dying to know kind of from all three of you because i felt very much the same way. How do i stop working in my email. Because i feel like i'm trapped there all day every single day and when you started to use how did you start using teams in a way. That wasn't equally overwhelming. Because now you have chat notifications you're tagged and things. People are dropping files everywhere. You've got this team that team all these teams everywhere. What is the day to day. Use of teams look like that made it so different from an outlook functionality. For you and i'll let any of you take that rob. Actually i'll jump in. I think the key for us was to get the right communication into the right tool or the right type of communication. The to email stood still serves a very valuable right but we were using it for what could have been handled much more easily through chat so our health managers at the time didn't even use any tool for chat so getting them just to start doing that. It wasn't switching from one to another was. This is what you use chat for. You don't have to email me a question you know. A question can be answered in ten seconds. And you need an answer for intense. That i might not see that email for six hours or tomorrow or something else so it would just get buried loss. So what we really tried to do is say emails for this chats for this basically a tutorial on how to use each tool that's really helped and people are still getting used that to be honest and whatever eight months into it now. People are still getting used to. What's the best way for me to get this message out to my team. The other thing. I've really been able to use it for us. Is announcement so where we used to send an email you inadvertently. We would lead people off that. Were supposed to get it again. People wouldn't see it until the next day or something whereas now can use through the channels. The announcement feature where i can send out an announcement. I know it's going to the right group. But i'm not gonna forget somebody i can't make them go look at it but it does give them an alert gives them a little one that they can look at the little red that you want to clear out all the time so they are more likely to go look at it immediately which i think is great at you as a sales leader there are sometimes messes people see right away. I don't wanna wait one twenty four hours because the the message may be useless that time. So that's that's kind of how we got started not allot cede my time. Someone else to a penny. What you'd mentioned earlier where you know all of a sudden you're getting all these different types of notifications and there's pop-ups and everything seems to be in one place but can be a little hard to find. I've actually found that you're able to customize your own notification experience in teams so if there are certain channels that are important for you to stay up on all of the information you can say. Hey notify me anytime. Anything is happening in here and other times. It's more of a. oh i. I'm following this to really. Just stay in the loop and keep the information going on so you can set. You can change your your own personal notification settings to not give you those distracting pop ups and Other kinds of distractions when you are using teams you can mute some certain channels hide others and really try to customize that experience to find the workspace that works for you see you can see everything that's happening and kind of mute.

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"administrator" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"administrator" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Shopping season gets underway with covert 19 numbers, spiking Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry President Glenn Hamer says consumer confidence ebbs during these spikes, and it's critical that the public takes every measure possible to limit the spread of the virus, including wearing mask There is light at the end of the tunnel, the The news on the vaccines is very encouraging therapies and the treatment for the virus or much better than they were at the start of the pandemic. Arizona doesn't have a statewide mask mandate, but about 90% of the local jurisdictions do have mandates in place. It's 6 39. Almost three weeks after the election, the official transition can begin. It's an unusual letter, and it never says the government has ascertained. Joe Biden won the election Instead, G s a administrator, Emily Murphy wrote that the Transition that gives her the power to make certain post election resource is and services available, and because of recent legal and certification developments. She's doing that for President Elect Biden. She also writes that she was never pressured by any Trump administration official to do that, administrator Murphy, saying she has always strived to do what's right. Baby sees Andy Field President Trump's team, maybe at the end of their legal rope when it comes to election lawsuits. ABC legal analyst Royal Oaks says the team appears to be distancing themselves from attorney Sidney Powell, who's made some of the more outlandish claims. Certainly if she had any solid evidence of Venezuelan software for cheating on votes, then it would have been presented and presumably would be persuasive to one or more objective judges. But that hasn't been presented. Oak says the writing is pretty much on the wall of this point for Biden victory. Just a few minutes. Governor do Si says Arizona. Maybe getting covert vaccines sooner than expected will tell you exactly what he's saying..

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"administrator" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"administrator" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Administrator Vermin. You've been a strong proponent of alternative approaches to the administration of Medicaid in your efforts to promote flexibility for individual states, but under the family first Corona virus, a response act. States saw their federal medical assistance percentage go up by 6.2%. And that really was an important boost to so many governors and state Medicaid directors who are struggling. To meet the needs of the vulnerable population. I think on their mind right now is how long will that last? Is this going to be the new floor for Medicaid? Can you talk a little bit about what your internal thinking is now and how long this additional 6.2% will stay in place. Well, that's a great question. When it comes to the Medicaid program. I've been a strong proponent of state innovation. I've worked with a lot of states before coming to see a mass and at the end of the day from having worked with states and having worked in the federal government. Now, almost four years, I can tell you that innovation doesn't happen in Washington. It happens on the front lines and providers that air treating patients are really in the best position to think about what's gonna work Bass and the same thing for states. They know their communities that are Free state is different in terms of their delivery system. And I think from our standpoint, we need to provide more flexibility for state so that they could design programs. They're gonna work best for the populations that they serve. We're trying to move away from a mother. May I approach where states air having to come to the federal government to ask permission for just routine changes that being said, I think states need to be held accountable. Around integrity and around accountability for the outcomes they achieved with their programs. This is a very vulnerable population, and we have to make sure that we have fell society's commitment to them to make sure that they have high quality care One of the things that we've done in Medicaid to start a new score cards so we can actually evaluate states performance and how is the quality of care and what kinds of outcomes or they achieving for their Medicaid recipients? So in terms of the F map in the increase That is ultimately up to Congress. That being said, I think any time we're giving money to states, there should always be some accountability and some transparency about how those dollars used and what they're doing to actually improve. The quality of care and the outcomes for these individuals, Well, Administrative Irma, I'd like to focus a little bit on our.

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"administrator" Discussed on Privacy Notes

Privacy Notes

06:46 min | 2 years ago

"administrator" Discussed on Privacy Notes

"Hello everyone. Welcome back to privacy notes the podcast but you by tax technologies, limited tax tech, and the NPR Academy remember that tax sex o'clock for all things, data protection compliance, software development, and cyber security services and NPR academy o'clock all things, the protection trainings and certification city I'm excited because I'm joining the studio by my colleague over whose data protection after sheets at tactic high high in today hiring Nice to be here on these episode of privacy, notes. Deport. CAST. Fantastic glad to have you. So today episode ten, we're talking about the data controllers adamant. Street it's what did he do? What roles involve I? Mean this is not the first. About data controllers or administrators, but we're just tried to retreat. So today's controller is an organization or an individual who determines the policies for the manner in which personnel data is processed, and the data administrator is an addition or an individual that possesses personality turn. Usually at the end stance off the controller, I mean the seem quite similar but different roles and we'll take a break and one combat would talking about this in details right? Okay and we are back. So like Elliott mentioned, we're talking about data controllers and administrators what rules deeply the interrelated at the different already mentioned that quite difference although it seems similar. So when kindly throw some light on this sort of become better understand it. Okay. Thank you very much. So I'll start like this our very briefly about the main law deregulates deter protection in injury I, skull demanded protection regulation the NPR sue Makes provision for two categories of Pattiz who control the deter all to One of them's called digital control idea dice, cody administrator. So just make people house they. Have Understanding of the concepts I'm just think about it like this think about the data controller as the boss of Detach Ministry. So did it control physically disarming the use on the methods sandwich denied being processed? Well, he determines that US whenever it transfers personality to administrate though he denied ministry processes best now. Based on only the instructions of digital country. He cannot process data outside the instructions where in which is given by the detox controller. So that's why I said deter control is basically the. Street Oh. Okay here. Okay. Just to better understand it kind of give us an example of how we can piece scenario. So say. The data subject someone is a data control on on the street. So we know how each of them play different roles and how it connect. Okay. That's that's right. So if we talk about pets not not doesn't it is actually any information that can be used to identify you as an individual on advertising only related. So natural that's you might be a company does not have not deter. Okay. Okay. So as you mean, you are an employee for instance music scenario. So if you're an employee of Your Company, for instance, let me use actually. So an employee of tax is also editor subject because company has access to his name address phone number email on any other information, which can typically be used to identify him as a natural. So, in this scenario, now the employee is the data subjects because he's the one that gives out his specimen detach taxied subs aid in this scenario is controller because the company collects. Data from the employees. Okay. So also as you mean, that's the company has the Health Insurance Company. For instance, whereby they have an arrangement whereby the Health Insurance Company provides health services food the employee. So now sucks transfers not data that you collected from the employees. The Health Insurance Company. In that instance now the health insurance company be deterred stricter. Okay. 'cause it's supposed the personnel data to provide it services to the employees business arrangements succeed. The employee is the data subjects. The subtlety technologies is this controller. Health Insurance Company is digitized ministry. It's little. Pasta subjects is the individual lives in Nigeria or is resident exactly exactly. Okay. So you, I did the subject where your personal information is collected. Any company or individual collects the information from your diesel from you is digital controller, and if the Information Pessina did I subsequently transferred tweet that Patsy for whatever reason can't that? Would be deducted street. Okay. Okay. Okay. I understood this perfectly and I hope you did and if you still need more details about this, remember that we have the class coming up on. September eighteenth that's foundation class and we have the practitioner class coming up on September twenty fifth and twenty six like I always say we just fees in this podcast we don't really go into detail was for one about in details joining the next cost. US on email at at any pure academy, the come the energy or you can visit our website, which is www dot npr ketamine engines, and then more about Ardita protection trainings, and if you'd like to be involved in any part of data protection compliant services toxic I mentioned is your all things detect protection compliance. We License Data Protection Compliance Organization. So I'm sure that you'd have a perfect time being able to protect the personality of your employees or your clients the Keith maybe a so we're going to take a short break. When we come back, we'll be joined by. Daniel who is a deck officer at? All right, we'll take a break and we'll be right back..

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"administrator" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"administrator" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Housing lender licensed in all fifty states and MLS number thirty thirty. Morning America this is catch on cable from Texas teams here, Sunday morning. What's going to Mars and with us to talk to all Americans Abadan is the deputy administrator of NASA. Jim Moret. Jim How are you this morning doing great John It's an honor to be with you and looking forward to sharing you the news of what we've been doing. Now tell us we only is the launch was a couple of days ago. How long have we can take? You know John. This was a launched. There was a window of opportunity and It was going to close August fifteenth so we needed to get this. And launched and we did yesterday and it will land it's scheduled to land on Mars February Eighteenth Twenty, twenty one and the mission of this world you know John this is a rover that we've had four successful rovers on Mars not easy to do. We've had three pretty expensive craters also. so. We're sending this rover up. And it's I? Think that we are going to try to do better than we've ever done before is the entry descent and landing, which is really the hardest part. We've had an orbiter going around Mars for years and it's been mapping. Mars. So as this rover comes down. And descends it's going to be comparing what it sees with the maps that we already have and that's already preprogrammed and we call that entry descent and landing seven minutes of terror because we really lose contact with it while it's coming down. But what's different this time is that we're also going to have cameras four cameras to be exact looking at. So we're going to be able to see afterwards what the descent was like. We're actually going to have to microphones on the rover also. So you're going to hear what it sounds like to descend into the Martian atmosphere. That's the first part of this effort. The second part, which is probably the second hardest. We're GONNA be collecting samples of the Martian soil. Why are we doing that? One? We're? Looking for ancient mccreavy life. We WanNa see if there really was life marchers and we actually sent her scientists out to the PILBARA outback in. Australia. To See those is where the oldest fossils on earth exist and we were really looking for geologic signature. So we had an idea really try to find signposts of what we're going to be looking for. We're going to a place called the Jezero Crater. and. That's where we think we're GONNA may find these signs of life. Those are the two big ones. The other one that people are talking about is that we're we've put we strapped a helicopter on the bottom of this rover and it's four pounds it's got to rotors it's for the rotors or four feet wide and we're gonNA, have the rover back off fifty to one hundred meters and it's got maintain cameras on it so it's going to be filming this helicopter trying to fly in the Martian atmosphere but what's the big deal about that well? The density of the Martian atmosphere is one percent that of the Earth's atmosphere. So this thing's GonNa have to spend pretty fast. But if we can do that, the hope is that it will be a forward scout for our astronauts. The we plan to have go to Mars in the twenty thirties. It also could be a communications relay for them also, but those are the three big ones. There's another one I'll got mentioned in that. Is, it's called Moxie and what it's GonNa do is convert carbon dioxide into oxygen almost like an artificial tree and when I say that we're basically carbon dioxide is co two. So two molecules of oxygen we're GONNA borrow one of those molecules in hopefully provide pure oxygen for astronauts when they get there while that is wonderful I mean it sounds like I'm watching the science fiction movies because I've seen that someplace in the movies and Tommy Cool It's very, very exciting I. Hope I get to see in our lifetime and I'm going to be seventy years old. So you know we will. We'd like to happen sooner than later. Well I'm right behind you. I'M GONNA be sixty four in September. So you know I used to work for a guy named Ted Stevens. He said old age fifteen years ahead of me. Or Jim on. Thank you for what you do for our country doing at mass. Oh right now and God bless you and God bless America and deaths will catch up with you again those of you. Thank you John You. Know we're doing this hopefully to inspire the next generation and also bring hope to all those who need it right now. So thank you for having me. This is the cat today, but we'll be right back..

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"administrator" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"administrator" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Morning I understand that you are a school administrator is at right done yes well good morning welcome what are your thoughts on what we ought to be doing in the fall I think it's a very that's what complicated what people realize what changes we have to consider is more talk about online courses is that what we've experienced just in our summer school about going online sure two percent you're right well so you're right because I'm not is there not completing assignments or the comprehension of it is in is great because they don't want to it's a little bit about okay what happens is we have no way of having true counter bill he of the teachers are actually teaching those courses are expected to be online and we can see the baseball but that's about as far as it goes so when we're actually talking about instruction we're talking about whatever canned curriculum is given out and then we have this domino effect yeah if if one leg of sales during the school year in the spring and she fails in the summer guess what she's gonna be taking in the fall and we're gonna see this domino effect the children to be in school longer and longer and longer just trying to play recovery don can you hold don can you hold on a couple of minutes sure this is this is really important we want to continue with you don will do it just ahead thank you for holding its mark and Melinda we'll.

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"administrator" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

10:29 min | 2 years ago

"administrator" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"A limited user account you can't sell software so now we're released is somewhat limited by that now there are some exceptions there are there's a kind of explains what we call these these are the the technologies that are used by malicious programs to impact you they're called exploits and there are exploits that do something cults privilege escalation which means the the malware can't without your typing in a password or anything else give itself administrator rights so that is not unusual there's another reason why you don't need it I think don't need to do this anymore I used to recommend in fact when I set up my my mom's windows two thousand machine way back when I gave her a limited user account and I said if you need to install something here's the password to the administrator account you'll have to log in as administrator to do that and that I think you know she never did get a virus or bug or any problem at all so that certainly helped at Microsoft improves the situation though with something you probably already seen user access controller you AC even if you're running as an administrator when you do something potentially risky you A. C. pops up that's that thing that you know the little the little the screen goes gray and the user account control window pops up and says you sure you want to do this and you have to agree to it that is in effect apple does the same thing that is in effect giving you the same benefits of running is a standard user so I nowadays I've amended my recommendation to mac and windows users that it's okay to run as administrator but when you see those pop ups don't just go yeah yeah yeah okay pay attention to them because something is trying to install on your system and you should make sure it's something you want installed in your system now having said all that if it gives you a comfort to run as a standard user I think it's a great idea it's a simple thing to do presuming the guys set up your service I gave you an account that's an administrator account you do have an administrator account right this was that was on a previous then I would all all systems that I just bought but the news you bought at your administrator Microsoft site re when you first set up to give you Mister so it's very simple you go to the control panel yeah and you can add a new user and make that user unlimited S. I think the cost standard user now and then just use that as your regular lock in you always still you need this administrator can you always want to take it's a great idea I wish people did this anyway whenever you get a new computer create a new account keep the administrator account separate because then if you mess up here dated they account even if it's an administrator account you always have a less you know it an unmodified user account you can go back to it it's not unusual in windows for instance to need that administrator account to fix things because your user account got messed up so it's always a good idea to have two accounts even if they're both the minister in this case just make that second account and and make it make it a limited user standard user so I would go into the account windows control panel accounts and users and add user million other users or something like that yeah it's a little you know Microsoft which I wish they had not done this they actually with this new you know there are two control panels now there's that stupid one and there is the one you're used to and the stupid one loads but is not as full featured as the old one and they've hidden the traditional user account the user can cricket creation and and control account and it's not it doesn't pop up as part of the control panel anymore so if you want if you want to use the one that you're used to you actually have to go and type the command in the command line and if you're in the mood to do that or not but it's a useful a command and now I'm trying to remember I think it is after member if you think it's you you hit come windows are to run a command and I think it's control user passwords to I think is what it is if I remember correctly that's the old user control panel and you'll be it'll be more familiar to you if you've used windows for some time and in that you could do what you really want to do which is make a a limited use you can do in either one so settings account other users at a user that's the modern way to do it but if you don't timer like I am I always do control you know it windows are to get a command line windows key and R. at the same time as the run command and type control space user passwords to and that will give you you'll recognize that one that's the old school I don't know why Microsoft did this I guess they decide somebody told him it's too hard to use a control panel okay we'll make a dumb one it's not so functional it's easy to use but I think it's confusing to have two separate kind of control pills a completely different looks feels and power and abilities that's just that's just weird to me but that's the way I am Microsoft does it so yeah and you know it's not a bad idea to have that extra cannot make a standard account if if it's some point it became feels hobbling to you you can always change it to administrator account but it's a really good idea to have a unused administrator account just sitting there in case you need it and use day to day a separate account your user account and make that a standard account that's fine just remember that there's no two things have changed one this privilege escalation mail where they could still if you're not you're not completely impervious anymore it's because this Mao where they can do a privilege escalation and secondarily user act user access control supposed to you know kind of prevent you from doing anything even as administrator that could be a dangerous control space user passwords to Krol space user passwords to always a good thing to know always nice to be able to go to the old school passwords user can one little one last question on this Microsoft servers do you consider this a tablet it just seems so much more than like your fifty year hundred dollar cap but that's the way it is in the way cost a lot more a lot more no it's not well here's what you're getting at first while you're getting a full desktop operating system you're getting windows on it you're also getting a beautiful screen and a lot of power there's a lot of horsepower they started eight gigabytes of ram there most Amer sixteen you're getting a moderate in most cases a source or tenth generation Intel processor they're nice machines they come out of a very odd time in Microsoft's life they were making windows you know kind of the old beige box PC's at and apple started to eat their lunch with the iPad and somebody freaked out in Redmond and said we got to do something with the iPad and since they no longer had a mobile platform these that windows phone they let you know that that failed they said well what we've we took our desktop platform and we do he we we shoehorned a tablet into it and that's when windows eight happened and it was a nightmare because it was a desktop but it was also a tablet it would do weird it was just weird over time they've honed down the rough edges of this windows ten still has that tablet anything and in fact if you detach your keyboard there's a tablet mode you can set it to automatically go to tablet mode you probably seen that now it's a tablet that's done it yeah that's a tablet touch the keyboard goes back to the desktop mode most of the time it looks like a normal computer instead of some weird hybrid thing so that that really comes from a time when Microsoft was very concerned about the future of desktop computing they've come down a little bit but they still put that feature and and they and it's interesting they're most popular computer effect it was their first computer is the surface which is the tablet it has an attachable keyboard looks a lot like an iPad the only difference is instead of having a mobile operating system is has this hybrid desktop slash tablet operating system called windows devices to get kind of the best of both worlds I think is that the service are very very nice yeah I'd like it but I'd like to so far so but anyway thank you for your pleasure yeah thanks for calling us you know it's a I always honor anybody who says look I wanna make my system more secure yeah that's the exact right instinct to specially if you're using windows exact right instinct I think you don't need to run as a standard user anymore but if it makes you feel better it certainly will add some benefit part of the problem with the UAC is that you know pops up and goes yeah yeah yeah whatever they don't we have a pop up fatigue we don't read them we don't pay any attention to them we just say yeah yeah yeah I get I just want to do what I want to do so if it does behoove you if you are running as administrator to pay attention to those UAC pop ups they're warning you you're doing what you're about to do something dangerous you sure you want to do that you know what you're doing here and and think about it take it even if you pause five seconds to say did I intend to install this software is it happening because I opened an email instead of you know that those are the questions you ask yourself that is a warning this window saying very Hey you watch out danger ahead here be dragons I'd be better you know what that's what Microsoft should say is to instead of you know your way would you sure you want to install this you say here be dragons you have entered the danger zone maybe play a little Top Gun plug into the danger zone that would what that would wake up people the first twelve times and then it so yeah okay okay okay our show today brought to you by remote PC were all working from home if we still have jobs I'm sorry if you don't own man but if you are working from home I want to tell you.

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"administrator" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"administrator" Discussed on 600 WREC

"A nurse I am an administrator or a home health agency in Boise Idaho okay good so I am calling on a long time listener and I actually was listening to you when you first started talking about the back late January early February and I was doing a class on epidemiology and I had happened and she said the stuff coming out of China and between you and what I saw I was like this is not good and we had been seeing already actually seeing some patients with the respiratory game that we were going what is that we don't know what it was so there's a lot of people in our area there thinking you know it's been here it you know in that time frame that China was being honest with us right and it got here pretty quick which means it it was argued before we ever started doing anything it was on the move and I think your frustration and some of the frustration with all these numbers that we're seeing and feeling is that where we're not getting the test back quickly enough so I've had employees I've had patients that are being passionate taking a week for us to get the actual test results back by the time we do get the test results and they're making the numbers on the television and a week later so the number you're seeing today you're going to be next week are delayed and it yet and it's very frustrating and then you compound that with being an administrator I can't get the protective equipment I need for my clinicians so they're out there exposed their leading our families are exposing themselves are trying to take care of patients we're basically bag borrowing and feeling not feeling but begging also just give us the what do you need Christy the masks land yeah we need we need them out we need to down three names we we need we need hand sanitizer I look we've had a drop by the way I went on a couple of local stations this last weekend and just said guy if you're sitting at home we are not if you have a stash of the stuff we please just drop them off because right now I feel like a general that is sending troops out with no guns and no equipment and that's terrifying to me the family behind those people and if they start dropping like flies and who's gonna take care of that so we keep being told we're getting their equipment that we need that there's a stockpile but we haven't seen that so I don't know we're starting to see the cases and I've got a wholesome what's the name of your hospital I'm not with the hospital where with a private independent agency okay in Boise but we were hospital system god bless you thank you so much for what you're doing thank you for calling in if you don't mind Christina like to keep you on the line for a second if you could talk to one of.

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"administrator" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"administrator" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Are you a nurse I am an administrator or a home health agency in Boise Idaho okay good so I am calling on a long time listener and I actually was listening to you when you first started talking about the back late January early February and I was doing a class on epidemiology and I had happened just east of the stuff coming out of China and between you and what I saw I was like this is not good and we have seen already actually seeing some patients with the respiratory thing that we are going what is that we don't know what it was so there's a lot of people in our area there thinking you know it's been here you know in that time frame that China whether being honest whether right and it got here pretty quick which means it it was argued before we ever started doing anything it was on the move and I think your frustration and the frustration with all these numbers that we're seeing and feeling is that where we're not getting the task that quickly and not so I've had employee use I've had patients that are being passionate taking a week for us to get the actual test results back but the time we do get the test results and they're making the numbers on the television and a week later so the number you're seeing today right the next week are delayed and it yet and it's very frustrating and then you compound that with being an administrator I can't get the protective equipment I need for my clinician so they're out there exposed they're losing their families they're exposing themselves they're trying to take care of patients where basically bag borrowing and feeling not feeling but thank you all this is your restaurant what do you need Christy the masks land yeah we need we need them out we need the down three names we we need we need hand sanitizer I will be headed your way I went on a couple of local stations this last weekend and just that guy if you're sitting at home we are not if you have a stash of the stuff we please just drop a ball because right now I feel like a general that is sending troops out with no guns and no equipment and that's terrifying to me the family behind those people and if they start dropping like flies and you're going to take care of that show we keep being told we're getting their equipment that we need that there's a stockpile but we haven't seen that show I don't know we're starting to see the cases than I thought it was awesome what's the name of your hospital I'm not with the hospital where with a private independent agency okay in Boise but we were hospital system god bless you thank you so much for what you're doing thank you for calling in if you don't mind Christina like to keep you on the line for a second if you could talk.

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"administrator" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"administrator" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Works as a hospital administrator she also assists at an association for people with disabilities which is run by her father see if there are any excessive cooking that playing out who T. she's taking part in a workshop shown people with down syndrome how to vote something which thanks to a recent change in the law is now much easier to yeah getting people with downs and other conditions to the ordinary lives is a little's big election theme on Sunday with a back who says the Bible putting people with disabilities is specialized in closed environments is not good for them they develop a kind of shown in new folder cap us if that's a problem because they shouldn't be in ordinary open environments his old a in their right to live like everyone else because they are like everyone else they are quite capable of servicing and get them to fit back at the rally we meet Marie's lead to little's mother daughter she says has always been a fighter and it really should be no surprise that she's taking this latest step into local politics well the point is to show that if you have down syndrome or another condition you're just a normal person so I'm I'm surprised at that to see such a big thing that she's on that please because to me it should be just a normal.

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"administrator" Discussed on Your Online Coffee Break

Your Online Coffee Break

08:22 min | 2 years ago

"administrator" Discussed on Your Online Coffee Break

"It's a very political position. It is absolutely true that NASA is not partisan it's not but but it is it's parochial in nature. There's a lot of special interests There are people that have. They want funding to this area or funding to that area. When you have a twenty one billion dollar budget members of Congress and senators want. They want access to that for their districts so I spent a lot of time trying to make sure people understand why we're doing what we're doing what we're trying to accomplish. How it's good for the nation and then also working with members of Congress and Senators working with the Office of Management and Budget in the executive branch working with the National Space Council in the executive branch working With the vice president's office. He's the chairman of the National Space Council so All of these things Take a lot of time but but it but there are a lot of it is. It's a lot of political kind of activities that aren't partisan if that makes sense It's perfectly predictable. It's perfectly understandable But my goal has been to run NASA in an apolitical. Bipartisan Way. As much as possible. So that all of America can get behind what we're doing and I think you do that in a way. 'cause you enthusiasm really comes through good excites you. The most about all these incredible missions out there. Yeah is there anything that just huge arches? So I think there's two things number one. I'm the first NASA administrator. That doesn't have a memory of where he or she was. When we had people living on the Drew I wasn't alive. When Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the moon I wasn't alive yet when Gene Cernan and Jack Schmitt left the moon in nineteen. Seventy two so We are now at a point and I'm forty four years old. We're at a point now where there's an entire generation of people that don't have a memory of it because we weren't alive yet right and so the president has said we need to go back to the moon sustainably and we WANNA program that's not gonNA We want generations from now people to look back on this moment and say we were doing the right things for the right reasons for generations to come now. The moon is the proving ground so I think that's one thing we have to do those stunning things where where people get enthusiastic about space exploration going to the moon is one of those stunning things but it is also true that the moon is the proving ground. It is not the destination we need to use the moon to learn how to sustain life on another world for long periods of time. How do we use the resources of the moon to live and work hundreds of millions of tons of water ice on the South Pole of the moon that's life support it's air debris that's water to drink it's hydrogen which is rocket fuel same rocket fuel that powered the space shuttle's hundreds of millions of tons of hydrogen on the South Pole How do we get access to it? How do we use it? How do we convert it into something? That is usable. So those are the things that we need to learn right out today. We need to build an architecture that sustainable for the long term driving down costs increasing access and then ultimately bringing in commercial partners and international partners so that we can all do war and have more access than ever before then. Finally remember what the destination is. The moon is the proving ground. The destination is Mars right. What we architect at. The moon has to as much as possible. Be Replicable at Mars. And and that's what we need to be striving for every day the question then becomes a wide. I need to go to Mars. We'll I'll tell you why we have found since the time I've been the NASA administrator. We have found complex organic compounds on Mars which are the building blocks for life. They don't exist on the moon at all none but they're all over Mars and of course they're all over there because we have a lot of life you're on this I'm not saying there's life on Mars I don't know but we should go find out We also know that the methane cycles on Mars are commensurate with the seasons of Mars to the probability of finding life is going up the plumes of methane that we find coming out of Mars are at the level where people are saying. It's it it may not be likely that that's geological in nature. In other words the probability of finding life keeps going up third. We have found liquid water twelve kilometers under the surface of Mars. Right liquid water. What we know about liquid water on earth wherever there's liquid water there's life Is that true on Mars? We don't know but it's twelve kilometers under the surface where it's protected from the radiation of deep space. So we need to go find life on another world and I think and I'm not saying it's there I don't know but we should go find out and if we find life on another world. I think it's just going to transform how how we think about space exploration. There's going to be so much thirst and so much desire to find out. What else is out there? The Moon of Jupiter Europa. It's IT'S A. It's a moon the size of our moon except it's pure water. It's all water rental. It's got an ice shell. We're now finding mass plumes of liquid water being spewed out of the ice shell of Europa We're doing a mission the Titan which is a a moon of Saturn and it's covered in organic compounds and we're GONNA fly a helicopter on Titan in fact Twenty twenty one. We're GONNA fly a helicopter on Mars and we're going to be flying a helicopter on another worm credible. So there's like you mentioned. There's a lot of missions going on. There's a lot of activities. There's a lot of excitement once. You're mentioning other worlds and one thing that I'm really impressed with just to close is Cluedo. Yeah I love her. You said Pluto is the Ninth Plan. Yeah Yeah Pluto has been abused by scientists now for years and We in my view. it was downgraded in two thousand six based on the definition of orbit clearing so as it goes around the sun. Does it clear the area around its own orbit and I think that's a really sloppy definition because by that definition none of the planets are planets but at the same time? Here's here's what we found out. In two thousand fifteen with the new horizons mission so Pluto was downgraded in two thousand six in two thousand fifteen. We found out that Pluto has its own ocean under the surface a liquid ocean we found out the Pluto has organic compounds on its surface. The building blocks for life. Pluto has a multilayer atmosphere. Pluto has an active geology. Pluto has five moons A lot of these things we discovered you know in two thousand fifteen so in my view that is not basically a dead rock going around the sun that is a that is a planet that is very interesting and I think view planets should be defined based on their intrinsic values. Not what or did they have around the sun because that orbit by the way is always changing and planets are always changing orbits. It's just the way it is so Basically you'RE GONNA have plants become planets. Plans get downgraded plant so we need to have in my view Planetary bodies need to be defined based on their intrinsic values and quite frankly their interest from a scientific perspective and I will tell you there is not there are not many planets more interesting than Pluto and we did not know that until two thousand fifteen so I think we ought to be really focused on it as fantastic Definitely exciting time on congratulate shoe and you're credible team for all they wonderful discoveries seen so far we can't wait to see what's next. Thank you for joining. Oh thank you. It's great to be with you. Thank you online coffee break while I really enjoyed speaking with Jim. And of course going to s headquarters was a real treat if you like to find out more about dosages go to their website at NASA Dot Gov. I WANNA thank Jim for inviting us out to NASA quarters and thank you for taking time today to join us. We really do appreciate it again if you can share this episode the friend. We'd love that. If you can rate us on your favorite podcasts application and gives a thumbs up if you're watching youtube we'd appreciate that as well but either way. Just thank you so much for taking time to join us today. We'll see you next time God bless..

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"administrator" Discussed on Your Online Coffee Break

Your Online Coffee Break

10:03 min | 2 years ago

"administrator" Discussed on Your Online Coffee Break

"Well folks. We went straight to the top on this one. It's my pleasure to introduce our special guest NASA administrator. Jim Brian Stein. You cannot go any higher NASA then this guy and we were so please actually go to Washington. Dc to sit down with him at NASA headquarters and have a fantastic discussion but before we get to his interview. I want to introduce our guest for your space journey again. This is where we encourage you to call in or send us an audio video clip telling us your space story. What fascinates you about space. And what you're most excited about for the future of space exploration and for today's episode. It's my pleasure to introduce photographer. Extraordinaire my friend Francis Murphy. Hi My name is Francis Murphy and my space journey began. Probably my earliest memory was around. Eight years old and I don't remember the Apollo Moon landing but I do remember Apollo Seventeen and watching it with my parents on TV. I have recollections of Skylab but what got me started was the purchase. My parents made a telescope. It was a sears sixty millimeter proctor. And that really semi on the course. I remember giving Little Star parties in my backyard with that. Probably around ten or eleven and bringing people over. I had no idea what I was doing. I'm sure I was not Paul World Wind and I had probably while county compass but I still made the effort to win out and was trying to share that. And that's that sort of stayed with me. I'm incredulous. That were honestly talking that going back to the moon. It's hard to believe when I was up at neath last year they were talking about the designing space suits and how they were going to have to start from the ground up again for the moon but that was already in production and then it really starts to sink in that. We're actually GONNA be going back Space exploration I think really does need to happen and I'm excited to be stolen around us to witness it again. Your Space Journey. Thanks for sharing your story and again folks we would love to hear from you if you want to share about how your passion for space began. Just give us a call voicemail. You can call us at three one. Seven eight six to forty seven hundred or if you let emails an audio or video clip to send that email to info at your space journey dot Com again folks. We'd really love to hear from you and we could also use your support if you can share this episode of the friend. We'd really appreciate it and if you haven't done already if you can rate us on whatever PODCAST APPLICATION. You're listening to right now or if you're watching youtube if you can subscribe it's free or gives a thumbs up. We'd love that if you use a nice comment we would appreciate that as well again. We do appreciate you taking time to join us. Really do appreciate it now onto our interview with NASA administrator. Jim Brian sign again. His title is the equivalent of CEO for NASA. He is at the top so he's got some incredible responsibilities and during the interview. We'll talk about his history. How he went from being a pilot through the House of Representatives and then just a couple of years ago becoming the NASA administrator. We also talk about some really exciting things that he's looking forward to including the possibilities of finding life on Mars and how he feels about Pluto becoming the ninth planet at once again if that all goes well anyway. Here's the interview with Jim. Breitenstein online coffee break. Jim Thank you so much for joining it really absolutely. What one of the things that we love to talk to? Is there space journey yet? But I understand yours is more of an aviator enthusiasts Interests Refu- tells more about that so I grew up wanting to be a pilot my whole life and When I was in first grade my My first grade class where to draw picture of what we wanted to be when we grew up. I director of an airplane. I had myself next to it. I said I WANNA be a pilot and I spelled pilot P. I E. L. E. O. T. I was first grader. Of course And that was. That was what I drew now. as I went through my life I I you know went to college at Rice University. I studied economics and business I had a third major of psychology and I was interviewing to be an investment banker resulting in those kind of business related activities. And as I was going through the process none of those things interested me So I I decided I still wanted to pilot like that's what I've always wanted to do. So I looked at the air force. I looked at the navy. I decided I wanted to do Carrier Aviation I wanted to take off and land on carriers so I joined. The Navy became a navy pilot. I did that for nine years. Talk to you about that. Because in the navy flew the e two C e two Hawkeye. And that was more tactical missions aircraft carrier three three landings on crappier. I cannot even imagine what that's like. We also flew combat missions in Iraq. And Adam gase. He's more about those. Yeah so I was flying the e two Hawkeye off in aircraft carrier the USS Abraham Lincoln and Our job in the Hawkeye is command and Control Right. So we would take off the carrier And we would have of course assets at our disposal that were in in the air airborne assets Fighter jets. And we were. We were doing what we called airborne. Battlefield Command control so talking to the troops on the ground there. They're making progress. Maybe it's going towards Baghdad. Maybe they're taking a certain specific target and And they're coming up against the enemy And so we have to make Decisions as to. What are they up against And we have a lot of troops on the ground and a lot of different locations. We have to get the right weapon on the right targeted at the right time To protect the troops on the ground as they continue to advance on their targets And so we we find the right plane airborne with the right weapon system the right guidance system with a cloudy you don't WanNA use a laser guided weapon you WANNA use a GPS guided weapon. Mix We manage the tanker plan the field states of the aircraft that are airborne and ultimately We are our assets to To a position where they can support the troops on the ground. And that's that's what we did in in the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. I understand after that you ended up transition to the fifteen hornets. I did an helped out with the topgun instructors. Can you tell us a little more that? Yeah so I had the opportunity there. Were looking for somebody that could teach airborne battlefield command control At what we call the Naval Strike and Air Warfare Center at the time Which is the parent. Command Topgun So they wanted me to teach the classroom and I was interested in doing that. But they didn't have e two hawkeyes there so I was I was very clear with my commanding officer that I didn't want to do that. I don't want to move to Fallon Nevada unless there's a reason I want to be able to fly. I mean that's what it came out. And he said he would look into getting me. A transition to the F. Eighteen Hornet And he was able to get that for me so I did. I transitioned to the Hornets And my job there was. I flew red air. Rob Four topgun instructors that were transitioning from the F eighteen to the F. Sixteen And my job was to be a target so I was read air which which means my job was to fly mission profiles Similar to what the enemy would fly and then get shot down and then fly home bravely so when you get shot down You get to fly home At at faster than Mach and lower than five hundred feet though. I wasn't always terribly disappointed when I had such incredible experience. Now understand and thank you for your service. By the way of course after the navy you transition eventually to become the executive director of the Tulsa Aerospace Museum of. What made you decide to go that route so It's kind of a long story my My Wife's father had passed away and her mother had multiple Sclerosis And she had family in Tulsa Oklahoma. We needed to move back to Tulsa. So when we left the navy we tried to put together a plan to move back to Tulsa And I got a job running a nonprofit aerospace museum in Tulsa Oklahoma And I'll tell you I loved it. It was it was it was inspiring the history Of course the kids the future All there in one spot and it was kind of like a it was just a great place to be so I did that for a couple of years and then I ran for Congress. You know I was never really anticipating a position in an administration President trump got elected And he he went any talk to senators and he talked to Industry and he asked people who they thought would be a good NASA administrator. I guess And I know my name came up on the number of different occasions And I got I got asked to interview so it's incredible. It is kind of it all seemed to happen so fast. It's amazing because it's been a year and a half I believe. Yeah and Remoteness yeah more than seventeen thousand employees and got sixty nine active missions right now. Artem is plans to give back to the moon imports. Yeah.

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"administrator" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"administrator" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"To me administrator smelter actors musicians no yours why am I listening trying to Strauss China rapper surfers waited smart versatile in good is saving money and has a long hairless tails I'm okay with the it's the year of the rat and it's the Chinese traditional as our stuff but once you start getting into the personalities are office sorry come on I'm not a child yeah we have science now at Taylor a to nearly a hundred thousand gallons of wine spilled into a major river salmon mating with bass and regretting it the next day and the year of the rat means they'll be some parties at your local Chinese restaurants serve go tomorrow what are they serving now own squeaks great we're gonna play quicker Rudy Giuliani right Rudy guiliani one on one of your talk shows today too I guess I can't believe this is orchestrated by the White House where do they have the ability to stop him I don't know are I don't have any idea what the current relationship is between trump and ready they could be strategizing it multiple times a day or they haven't talked to each other months I have no idea right yeah yeah that and that question has been I haven't been able to come up with an answer to that question for a long time about all the stuff you send Rudy off to do something Rudy does what Rudy wants to do and Rudy guiliani truck could be thinking you know to do the usual I'm I'm in the news I'm dominating the news day with Rudy Giuliani that's a win or he could be thinking cap Rooney shot up but I don't wanna make it land because and who knows if he turned on me and I have no idea what's going well Rudy is you know it's been a chain around Ukraine and what he is found will shock you the way I approach it is for the benefit of the American people when the vice president of the United States corrupts the president of another country that is about as horrendous crime as you can five dot number twenty six please I'm gonna present over the next two to three weeks shocking crimes at the highest levels of both governments while the Senate is listening to a totally phony group of stories about not impeachable offenses it's like trying somebody from not a crime it's a total waste of money it's a complete show on the part of the Democrats right and they should be sued for conspiracy to defraud the United States and they should pay for the hearing what what did he say at the beginning there I'm going to reveal what I'm gonna present over the next two to three weeks shocking crimes at the highest levels of both governments the Senate okay wow or wow over the next two to three weeks you know I'm at the but there's some interesting stuff in there but it reminds me a little bit when Michael Levin not he would go on various shows and now and say I have some shocking information ready or Adam should have yeah over and over I can is on Chris Matthews a Rachel Maddow in the coming weeks you're going to see evidence that the president should bobble blahblah negatively colluded with the Russians I'm not allowed to reveal it at this point but I will none of those things ever turned up right is the loneliest.

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"administrator" Discussed on Your Space Journey

Your Space Journey

15:40 min | 3 years ago

"administrator" Discussed on Your Space Journey

"To submit your story of your own. We'd certainly certainly love to hear it and share it on a future episode just email and audio or video clip to info at your space turning dot Com telling your name where Oh you're from and what excites you. The most about space and the future of space exploration. You'd also just leave us a voicemail. That's easier just call three one. Seven eight six two four seven hundred. Please keep your story about less than two minutes. We'd love that now. It is my pleasure to introduce our special guest. Today NASA Administrator Jim Am Breitenstein. I was fortunate to meet Jim a last week. At NASA headquarters will reset down discuss his incredible space journey from flying combat missions for the navy in in Iraq and Afghanistan to serving on the science space and technology committee as an elected official for the US House of Representatives well so disgust upcoming NASA missions and and plans to return humans to the moon later to Mars..

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