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"aggressed" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

04:30 min | 2 months ago

"aggressed" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Dependent on food delivery door dashes. Revenue tripled in the first nine months of the year, and in its first few hours of trade here, door dashes up 80%. Back to you, Cisco. Thanks so much. ELISA will take a deep dive into what's going on with that door Dash stock coming up at 12 30. Also on the show 12 39 personal finance Wednesday, a 2020 plan to take care of yourself and your money Right now, the White House has jumped in with its own pandemic stimulus proposal. Richard De Keyzer is joining US chief corporate economist in Wells Fargo, based in Washington, D C. Richard. We've had a lot of back and forth over the last several weeks. Really? We could say last several months over a stimulus bill. What's this one looking like, and you feel like it may actually pass. Yeah, That's right. This has been up and down for a long time now, so the latest proposal is reasonable. It's about Equivalent to 4% of GDP around 910 $900 billion, which is a course a huge chunk of change. And what it looks like is, uh, one time checks to families $600 not 1200 like we saw last year and not all families, of course with this income cap. On top of that they're gonna extend unemployment insurance benefits for the Non conventional or gig economy workers, handsome, aggress staple of governments. Now I have to say this is all tender right? Nothing has been approved. There is a bipartisan agreement which the president himself as Supported. But the hang of the moment seems to be the speaker of the Senate, Mitch McConnell, who's insisting that there be some liability reform to protect companies from potential lawsuits relating but to the virus. Uh, well, you know, my guess is something like this is going to go through. In the end. They're so close on. The need is so great that it seems like a slam dunk, but it's not done yet. Now for the economy. One of the things that sort of been talked about his, especially by the president elect is okay. Yeah, This is fine. Get this done, but he expects more coming in the new year. As an economist is this enough? Or is this just one boost and we need another one, maybe in the second quarter of next year. In my opinion, it will serve ice right now. We've got back scenes on the way they're going to be starting to be distributed in large scale in the first quarter, but probably won't get enough of the population until the second quarter. But at that point if we have the uptake that people expect that is to say resistance to accepting the virus vaccine. Is not great, and people basically embrace it gradually over time will be back to the movie theaters, sporting stadiums and restaurants by the middle of next year. So I think it will be sufficient now. That's not to say that the Biden administration will agree. They have made this a high priority, and I believe that they're going to be looking for another package after if we get this one now. In Linda Congress. They'll be looking for another one in the first quarter, but I I'm not sure that one's necessary now briefly is more money for unemployment. Really a key here? A lot of states keeps saying that their funds air running out It really is key. And if you're worried about the sustainability of the economic expansion, the place to put your money is In the hands of unemployed workers because they will spend the majority of it and that's what you're trying to accomplish. So, yeah. Ah, support for employment is definitely directly to go. Thanks so much, Richard decays. Er, he is chief corporate economist it Wells Fargo just ahead. There's been an issue with a covert vaccine in Britain, and now some people are being told not to get it. We'll tell you about that right after wbbm traffic and weather together on the eight, said 12. 0 wait, sponsored by Northern Illinois Food Bank. We said Good afternoon declare Lane Hello, Cisco. It actually is a pretty nice afternoon expressway. Traffic being pretty filling to us well up put on the Ryan Haddon earlier crash. This was near 31st. Was blanket three lanes at one point in time, so the delay hasn't quite vanish till about 90 minutes to the split inbound is 23 Eaton's is good. No album, Kennedy issues in Bonn 23 from O'Hare That's 13 off the junction. We are on the outbound Eichenbaum 32 that's coming in from around 3 90 90 that's coming in from Manhattan. No Stevenson worries. 57. The bishop. Four Lakeshore Drive old Good still have a north bound on the tri State North Avenue to the Bensenville birds after a couple of crashes, all of which are clear. That delay hanging around next traffic report..

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Sam Canders Discusses The Maine Center for Classic Aviation

Stuck Mic AvCast – An Aviation Podcast About Learning to Fly, Living to Fly, & Loving to Fly

05:47 min | 3 months ago

Sam Canders Discusses The Maine Center for Classic Aviation

"You know sam looking at your website. The thing that strikes me is immediately the picture. that's that's up there of a classic airplane and And the fact that there's a lot of smiles that are throughout that. I love a love that you've actually put out there something historic but also something that that you know really grabs our attention us that are really passionate about aviation So first of all tell us a little bit about what the main center for. Classic is for classic. Gatien was kind of an idea that my brothers night created but that idea came much later we've started with just an airfield we've owned this aggress script for about nine years. Now be ten years this coming summer and it just came as an idea. Three brothers that are into flying that Just wanted to have their own airstrip and it was a kind of a dilapidated oil field that had Started in the fifties a man returned from basically world war two wanted to be a pilot never was and then when he came home he got a job. Bought some farmland started learning how to fly and he created an airport and it was Like i said in a state of decay when we picked it up in over the last nine years we've started to build it up and as part of that we created the main center for classic aviation eight by the way for people that are listening right now as identifier. They might wanna look up while they're sitting there on iphones. Absolutely it's a m. e. sixty two sixty two and of course a lot of us will go to aaron. Have the find that. Oh of links the show notes everything we talk about here so taking over this airfield it was somebody's dream and And you're just actually fulfilling that dream but going even further. Which i think is really cool. So that was this idea of of restoring. This airfield actually actually spawned something else. It's something that has become. I guess your full time job in a way. It feels like a fulltime job. Spend most of my time on a lawnmower. It seems like but no. It's just a anyone that's gotten into aviation generally asian. It's tough now like you can't just go to an airport in touch an airplane Security measures that are in place. And that's what we like about. The classic grass strip is approachable and We have a place that's literally in aviation. It's too playground for us. And we love sharing it with other people and that's kind of the direction we kept going is. How do we keep making this more accessible to others. And we thought about getting other airplanes airplane projects that would get people together and give people an opportunity that think they can't get into it. Get them in an airplane. Let them see an airplane. Let them here and One of the highlights every year. That we do is a fly in the last saturday september. Where people that are not pilots. Just come and sit in. They just watch these airplanes and they have a wonderful time doing it so we must have missed that one this year but next year. We'll try to make it out there for that. Hopefully that was a success I noticed a lot of smiling faces of some youth out there. This is part. There's a couple of different prongs to this main center For classic aviation a big part is educating youth and outreach to youth what is it that you do for the younger folks that are out there at the airport. We'd like to think that the biggest thing that we do is we provide them the environment. We provide them with a place that they can actually go and be a part of this We do have some done some school outreach programs where i've actually gone into schools to talk about aviation taking components like a wing rib or something. Just talk about aviation but we have a a build program that we're actually building a pete in polar pamper that we've advertised that we've had kids come in and actually work with wood to build pieces of an airplane We recently picked up a taylor crap. Bc twelve the is going to be a cooperative effort with the local mechanic in town. A curtiss aviation. They're going to help us with that. As far as giving us a place for that aircraft live at another airport in providing some maintenance oversight to people to work and restore attila. crafty wealthy. When you do these outreach to the schools. I know it's great to bring people into the airport but we really do need to go out and grab people because like you said you know. The days are just running over to the airport and hanging on the fence or walking out. The field are almost over. But i think that really to me. My favorite thing is the fact that you can do that where you are absolutely and you can see when we have our our in these people that some. I've never seen a lot of these people in my life. I have no idea. They'll come up and thanked me and say you know. Thank you for allowing us to do this. Like we never thought something like this was possible. And i'll just ask them like how they found out about it and it's like a friend of a friend or something but you never know who's going to be there. What what kid you're going to reach out to or even adult or parent. That can just show them that you can do this. You can be involved in this and it could be a life changer for for a child. Obviously it can mean a life changing event you know maybe getting into flying As a career as a hobby also increases. There are many different things that they can use another parts of life. Let's not just flying. I mean it's a hands on approach. If you have a young student say that wants to become a mechanic Never thought they could do that. They can never work on airplanes. I you're you're really inspiring some of those

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Union of Concerned Scientists' Dr. Rachel Cleetus Discusses What the Biden Administration Needs to Do to Address the Climate Catastrophe

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

09:54 min | 3 months ago

Union of Concerned Scientists' Dr. Rachel Cleetus Discusses What the Biden Administration Needs to Do to Address the Climate Catastrophe

"To the healthcare policy podcast on the host. David intra cosso during this podcast discussed with the union of concerned. Scientists climate energy programs policy director. Dr rachel cletus. What the biden administration needs to address mitigate the effects of the worsening climate crisis. dr cletus. welcome to the program. Hello david thank you so much for having me. dr cletus. bile is of course posted on the podcast website. This is my fifteenth climate crisis related interview on background. The climate catastrophe continues to accelerate hemispheric carbon concentrations are now measured at four hundred seventeen parts per million the greatest concentration of carbon in our species existence. Not surprisingly there's a ninety nine percent chance. Twenty twenty will be among the top five warmest years. Two thirds chance for sixty six percent chance that will be the warmest year on record. This year is also experiencing a record-breaking atlantic hurricane and with thirty named storms to date and record breaking wildfires in the arctic that is warming at upwards of three times the rate of the rest of the planet the albedo effect from the loss of summarized will be equal to the release of one tree tons of carbon equivalents in the atmosphere. This amount approximates forty percent of all human caused ghg emissions. Since seventeen fifty in addition northern permafrost that holds almost twice as much carbon dioxide is currently in the atmosphere his thawing seventy years earlier than previously predicted the plan is also experiencing unprecedented biological violation. Vector-borne diseases including covid nineteen continued to proliferate and the trump administration in denying scientific reality has rescinded approximately one hundred environmental regulations that i discussed with sabin centers. Michael burger last may and finally listeners are where he federal court ruled earlier. This year. that americans do not have a constitutional right to survivable climate. So with that welcome. Dr cletus again were here discuss climate policy under the vitamin station. So before diving into that. A doctor cletus Regarding my brief assessment. Is there anything. You'd like to add or alternative. I can i alternatively i can ask the question. The union put out a document a few years ago called the title the world scientists warning to humanity. so if you prefer to answer The ladder what was in that warning. I think you've just made out a very thorough set of reality that were tainted with respect to the climate crisis. Things that climatize this morning house project are now actually happening around a severe climate crisis. If you're now it's no longer about some distant problem and it's affecting us here in the united states and around the world you mentioned the record breaking hurricane season we've seen the cocaine season moby seem pretty extraordinary type wounds on the other side of her world with the teams being. Hit back to back. In the last few weeks we've seen extraordinary heatwaves around the world in europe in asia flooding And see living wage which is inexhaustible continuing slow moving disaster that many low-lying things around the world are facing Including as in the us Especially in on that. He's been go goes. We're at a point. Now where we are rapidly running out of time to address very new classes and as you pointed out as well we actually earn a moment for our nation is facing colliding. Place the covid nineteen pandemic as you mentioned but we also have a rapidly worsening economic crisis. We have a crisis democrats in our country. That is being made there In this moment so all of these colliding to creative patrician where underlying social economic disparities than discrimination being exacerbated and a climate crisis is holding a very inequitable way Around the world and here in the us so what we do now what the biden administration does and what future us administration to is very very important. The most significant difference. We're going to see is that we now have an administration that recognizes the fines will be guided by the signs and how they respond to the climate crisis instead of an administration that basically lied relentless me about the existence of Munchies the climate crisis that even the reality the cova christ who actually worked to make them more worse. So now we have a president who actually five instead of sidelining them and silence them yes. thank goodness. I will say As had been speculated trump's legacy will probably be moreover his Calling the crisis a hoax and of course Rescinding these operas of hundred epa mostly epa regulations. Let's get into What we might expect from the biden administration. We could start with. I did intend or ask you What did the biden campaign pledge to address the climate crisis. But let's let's pass on. That says now he's been elected you wrote In a union of concerned scientists blog post. I believe it was dated november seventh What the by presi means Relative to the climate crisis you identified Various aspects are measures that the biden ministrations should take under the title wet. President biden's should do on climate. You could note a few of these relative to what you think would be most productive coming from a biden administration. What's most important for the vitamin that administration to extend a very clear strong and early signal. They're going to take this challenge seriously. They wanna aggressive with all of that. They have so. I know that maybe have pointed out that In our democratic took them eighty the actions that the president together with the action congress that will really allow for full Aggressing of problems like climate crisis. And no doubt congress. Must say it's hard if we're going to get your They should have and comprehensive action. But there's a loss at the biden expiration can and should do on its own and much of that can be done fairly quickly Within the first hundred days of the administration taking power one quick forward and simple thing that everyone has been talking about is of course are getting back in the remount of the trump administration on november. four The final the us from the of women that is an action that puts us on the sidelines and uniquely isolated on the world stage where the only country that has actually stepped away from the therapy. We need to get back An after the responsible major nation of the world i together with other nations to raise invasion around a dozen the global climate crisis. And i miss fans there's no different the covid nineteen pandemic. we can solve the global complex challenges only when the app in concerts that other nations. So that's pretty straightforward It's not enough to just get back. In paris agreement we have to borrow A with domestic action. That shows that you are gonna take this seriously. We have to set signs and gone goals cutting He in mission here in the us. The ipc record and twenty eighteen all down some pretty cure now. Metrics are the growth of the global community would have to meet to stay below two degrees here. Aiming for one point five degrees celsius about pre industrial levels the temperature increase so. She do contribute. Its fair share to that. The us must be on a bad day to get to net zero emissions. No later than twenty for before. I'm have to be well on that. By twenty thirty having our mission show By twenty thirty to do that we're going to need action across the economy. Has inspector the biden administration should be directing every federal agency To make sure that they're incorporating climate science and their actions that they're looking for opportunities to go cut emissions as the bill climate billions to the climate impacts that are unfortunately already locked in Their action that the administration can take to the deputy voters and regulatory action to cut heat trapping emissions cosby economy. They should do so There are a number of very aggressive. Compensation decorative voter that Should be giving both back and one thing that is the has not recognize the now taking these kinds of ambitious actions requires leadership not just from the president but from his gatherer competitive agency. You'll be watching me. What appointments look like we need to have people in charge of these agencies and appointed to cabinet positions that recognize how climate change touch with every aspect of our economy and our lives and there needs to be david into their world view.

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"aggressed" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:05 min | 5 months ago

"aggressed" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Seem or donut E. They Cut a hole in it. Which seems really rude, because a normal conduct bar does not have a hole in it. Which means they took ice cream away from cheated you out of the middle part of the ice cream. Exactly. But I die aggressed this again is a Boston cream donut Kwon taek bore. Aunt Colleen, obviously. Um, We wish we could do this under better circumstances. Yeah. So we had six. Were you planning on eating? I don't know. Federal will see how this goes. We had six which then would have worked out two to a peace. If we were in the mood and had some feelings we needed to eat. It's been a weird Six months, but somebody In the office building. Decided to help themselves to our food. Yeah, So now we're down to five. Now we have to fight. Over who gets the last. Really Don't we're not going to fight, but we do get to try it out. So do you want to tell people what it looks like? Well, it looks like I mean, okay, so I don't know if it looks like a regular conduct bar because I'm realising. I've never had one. But it kind of looks like a square dilly bar. With some drizzle on it. Yeah, The drizzle I'm assuming is because of the Boston cream Boston Cream is they're looking to be a way for experience in here. There's no way for I can't believe you've never had a clinic bar. It's ice cream covered in chocolate. That's all of this. And the best way to eat. That is to eat the chocolate off first, and then you eat ice cream. I take a bite, okay? Now, remember? Alleges to taste like a Boston cream doughnut. Ah! It delivers. Tell me what you tasted. It tastes like what? You get the chocolate? It's the ice cream that has I don't know. I knew it was going to be a Boston cream donut. But I think I was still expecting something a little more vanilla E in the middle. But it's real creamy..

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Epic judge will protect Unreal Engine — but not Fortnite

The Esports Minute

01:59 min | 6 months ago

Epic judge will protect Unreal Engine — but not Fortnite

"Nothing like seeing too high powered lawyers represent a billion dollar company, a trillion dollar company getting muted on Zoom by a judge. It was pretty beautiful quick bullet points to the people who missed the previous episodes on this lawsuit for night I undercut apple and Google's prices for books on the APP store and Google play respectively a response apple and then later Google pulled fortnight from the APP store and Google play EPA Games then sued both companies and released in Nineteen eighty-four parody ad targeting apple then apple decide to come for epic's unreal engine and that's what led to the hearing Monday afternoon judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers henceforth known as wide Gr growed the lawyers from both companies. The hearing was brought forth by epic games as they saw a temporary restraining order preventing apple for removing epochs developers certification. Developer certification is basically a set of tools that helps developers using unreal engine. Make their games work for IPHONES THE UNREAL engine for people unfamiliar with it is one of the two major engines that video games are built on the vast majority of games be they for PC or mobile or even for many of Hollywood's effect studios are built on your of the unreal engine or the unity engine. In the N. judge why Gr decided to grant temporary restraining order when it came to the unreal engine, but it denied it when it came to fortnight's place on the APP store, there's a lot that went down in this hearing include linked to an eastward observer article a tweet threat by journalists Sarah Young. They're good reads if you're interested in learning more about this lawsuit and how this hearing took place also Weiji are through a tunnel shade and it's just really fun read. I'll highlight one specific quote from a judge which is going to pose a problem for epic. The judge mentioned how epic could simply remove the Hawks which undercut the APP stores prices causing epic daybreak terms of service and leading to his whole affair epic is clearly not willing to do that but that's the danger when entering the lawsuit were you already aggressing party? The next hearing is set for September eighteenth. So I'll be back then if not sooner for another update on this lawsuit

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Sam Herman (Cup'ik) Part 1

The Storyteller

06:07 min | 10 months ago

Sam Herman (Cup'ik) Part 1

"Welcome my friends to the storyteller. Will you'll find first nations people from across native North America who are following. Jesus Christ without reservation today story takes us back in time to Nunavik Island Alaska who Sam Herman shares about. What life was like? They're growing up. He also tells about an accident on the water that drew his attention to God. My name is Sam Herman near I come from regionally from Newburgh island. The Place Corey Newburgh Island A certified mile white long and fifty five white. It's not really small like island. I born joop BEC- real eskimo born in the spring. I born aggress. No no spring bet shot house and my blank dish. All do crashes put together and those are my mattress. Most of the time I sleeping now steam best where they make require steam steam house and after boy. It's really nice and warm and sleep in their boys. Nice even these winter. Most of the time in steam springtime doesn't have no stove oil just burner and now opened a tap when to and right in the middle of it. There's rocks strucks and there's hangar and put those fish And put them in a fire. Just turn around round and round finally coined done. Just put up an eat it up. We says she loyal if you have a Sheila and then after that close Her anymore smoke in the house. Close up the top. He will not go away at have. No doors is pretty warm nyland's Small religious very far bud on Macquarie a show quoted who people in there? We don't grunge show much but great great great once in a while with go to Nash. Harbor that would be some around thirty to forty miles. No no no airplay notional machine buy duct team. My Dad took me to national but one time when I was really small mar little boy I couldn't even reach tarbuck that toward Schlitt. Hang up and try to get Very hard in when stormy stormy storm carstairs. No trees down. There can be nothing. I hardly don't go around so much from Dislande Noah's Most of the time stay home and lot of times. I feel like go out when I was little bigger. I share like to go hunt. Shem Fox White Fox Red Fox and tire mickens. I Shared Act former family. Something that for who in. I like outdoors. Were I was little not Trish on that island. You can see long ways if you go up on. Tabar Little Mountain. You can almost see around island and it seems like it's only only place when I was little kit that island usually she mountains now Nelson Island mountains across across the ocean but he do s nice down there cusjveqr my home higher rates down there. My family raised me down there. Nine hundred ninety and now Christian people start coming Roy. Do we were surprising and It was nice nice to have something that speak shinning lists and the teachers came in before. Nineteen thirty six and my dad were core built a school building. He don't get no money. He paid by food like a jam. Fruit Flour Shuker. He never get new. Casts are anything.

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Seeing beyond women as objects for sexual use essential for culture of respect

UN News

13:53 min | 1 year ago

Seeing beyond women as objects for sexual use essential for culture of respect

"Speaking to you news about the metoo movement against my exploitation. The UN, mimic adviser warned that to achieve a true culture of respect. Women need to be seen beyond objects for sexual use. She talked to Anacom oh, about the UN gender equality agencies recent publication on sexual harassment and elaborated on what needs to be done to create a more equal society. The movement for the liberation of women. Influenced me in the past and continues to do so the contribution that I tried to make and seems to have, and it has had a lot of uptake in the world is the concept relieved that sexual harassment is a form of discrimination on the basis of sex that is that's. Fundamentally a practice of the inequality of the sexes, mostly, it's imposed by men and women, but also can be imposed by anyone on the basis of gender on another person. And so the women's movement, exposed a lot of the same kinds of sexual abuse. That is now starting to come out to the rest of the general public in the metoo movement. But women heard it from each other. And that made clear that all the vulnerabilities that characterize the vast diversity of women in particular, targeted us for sexual aggression, including in settings, for example, at work, where our survival economically was on the line, but also in education and walking down the street and in public places so that both our safety and our ability to make our way through the world as well as simply to become who we actually are was at stake, and on a sexist. Criminal Torey basis. So understanding that sexual harassment is a human rights violation. The next question is, okay. What human rights does it violate and the answer that I heard is the right to equal treatment. You're mentioning that women new from each other, what they were feeling what do you think changed in how that made women start speaking out publicly, one of the things that has been particularly productive in the last decade, or so has been the possibility of social media connection women are able to have access to each other in autonomous and anonymous ways and without risking public exposure, or retaliation? And also, they can feel each other out without necessarily saying who they are, but then come to identify themselves of more, particularly there are, of course, dangerous with this, but it is proven to be over. Wellm Ingley positive, and that change has fundamentally made essentially millions of multilateral connections among women that previously weren't possible. Of course, it's limited to those who have the capacity to have access to computers and other and cell phones means of communication, but many, many of us do and many women around the world. Who don't even have clean water have a cell phone. So that has made a big difference. But it would have been possible that women whispering to each other. In, in this medium could have simply been another place where a lot of stifled cries of pain went to die in all like so much has between women in the past the acceptance the of the possibility of these abuses, being real and making public of them in, in a wholly different way by traditional media legacy media mainstream media has had a tremendous influence on the acceptance in the world of the reality of this abuse ethical journalism is something else that has that actually has cracked open this world in a way that feeds back to women. And also to men. In who read that stuff who consume mainstream media, and who understand things are real based, a lot on that, a who have been at least some of whom have been taken aback surprised even shocked at how widespread sexual abuse is, they're only beginning to learn about that sexual harassment, especially at work has started to come into view, but there is so much more around it beneath it that those of us who work with these issues have known about for forty years, or more. Those of us who have experienced it. I've known about it, of course, all along. And that's a hopping number of women, and a lot of men who have also been abused and no well, the reality, but the surfacing of in public is what has changed. What do you think are the next steps for the metoo movement? I think the me too movement is the next step that what it is, is where it is going it since it has begun. It hasn't stopped. It hasn't slowed. It has only found new ways and routes and spheres of operation and it's slower in some cultures and countries than others moves like wildfire in others. In many places like say in Mexico, for example, all of a sudden, we have forty me two hashtags all different ones for different areas in which women work. That's just work. And then there's also the educational ones and they're working on that. And those are just two places in life that women go, where we've been permitted to. Or we've permitted ourselves to speak out about what happens to us. They're all the other places remain to be exposed year has been a key contributor. Two to UN women's recent publication on sexual harassment. What do you think is the role of the win on addressing these issues, well as the fundamental international organization it's to bring the world together to consider problems in common in all their diversity? That makes it a perfect place for women to in particular. And also men to come together to talk about a problem like this, which is universal in its scope, but everywhere, particular. So it specifically cultural every place even though it is culturally, universal. That's exactly the kind of question that the UN is built to and his predicated on addressing in its structure, and, of course, in its personnel, the UN also has a role as a massive employer of many, many millions of people and hundreds of thou-. Thousands and has a possibility not yet fully lived up to of being a model employer in this area as well as in others. What do you think it's still needs to change in society in terms of mentality's because we hear all these discussions about the movements and women speaking out? But it feels like the values into society's need to change as well to accompany, these revolution. I would call it. Yes. What do you think it needs to change in terms of society in terms of values and mentalities? They all come under the heading of equality, but equality in substance, you know, not just form and cultures of, of respect of, of understanding that of seeing beyond women's simply being objects for sexual use is where I would start people who men who say that now that it's possible that women might be believed if we say when we say that, that we've been sexually aggressive against all of a sudden they're not going to have lunch with us alone. To me that says they lack the capacity to see women as anything other than sexual objects as well as of course, presuming that women lie in particular about sex, which is one of the deepest broadest, stereotype. Types out there. All you have to do is communicate the basic view that women are not to be believed particularly about sex to make it possible to aggress against women freely sexually because anything we say will automatically disbelieved it's just a, it's a get out of jail free card. And also, there's the notion that women are the automatic somewhat reflexive notion, that across many cultures that women are automatically fulfilled by anything sexual that is done to us. It's the notion that by nature we are asking for wanting not violated by anything that is sexual without even pausing to find out if it's something we actually want at the time, or we are welcoming, you know, this has got to go this notion that in particular whenever a woman has had sex, then not only does no further sex ever violator. Based on the strange idea that men can be any man can be substituted for any other man. Maybe they believe that we do not believe that, but also the idea that we lose our credibility with our virginity, you know, we've ever had sex. Suddenly, you can't believe a word out of the women's mouth, and the only way you get believed then is for there to be three four five women saying the same thing about the same man. Well, if that's required. What that means is that each woman has is one quarter of a person for purposes of credibility, you know. And, and that has to change. What also has to change is the devaluation of women based on our sexual usability, essentially, because I think a lot of the credibility discussion is really about not valuing women at all. In other words, once a woman, says, what's been done to her? She's trash, she's damaged and in any case, she's. Fulfilled in her nature. But the man is always valuable and valued. And if anyone took seriously damaged that he had done to her, then something would be done to him and his value automatically being high and hers automats being low means that people just simply say, I don't believe her as code for, if we took her seriously, we would have to do something real to somebody who matters and she doesn't matter, and he does so that relative hierarchy between the sexes. And also of masculinity over femininity, regardless of what sex biologically, a person is or whatever their gender, or gender identification, is that hierarchy has to go. Is there anything else that you would like to add, yes, that until every form of social vulnerability that characterizes women, as a group in all of our diversity is understood as being central to this problem? It won't be adequately addressed that. Is racism, and racist societies ethnicity color cast, where that's relevant class because it's relevant everywhere and produces massive, poverty, and economic desperation is a major precondition for targeting of women for sexual harassment and abuse age and disability is extremely important to keep in mind. People are viciously sexually harassed and violated based on and through and because of a whole range of disabilities. And in addition, indigenous status targets people women in particular, but also young boys for sexual aggression, and has actually for centuries. And religion is also often a potent ground for sexual harassment. Not only for exclusion of people from equal benefits of all sorts. But. When particularly women again. Also, some men are definitely some men are say, well all the way from targeted for genocide through to the everyday lived conditions of that, that form the foundation for whole campaigns of crimes against humanity all the way to situations that are not recognized as ones of conflict. But some religions predominate over others or consider themselves and are socially structured to be superior to others sexual harassment is a potent dynamic, as within a it silencing of people on the basis of their particular religion, and it's a constant threat and needs to be understood in all of its cultural particularity in order to address the harms that are done through people's religious heritage and. Vacations. So every one of those intersectional vulnerabilities converges with gender does a lot of their work through gender and gender. Does a lot of its unequal work hierarchical work through all of those owner abilities. So they, they are all absolutely central to any adequate understanding and address of the problem.

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Understanding Mercury and Vaccine Safety

Science Vs

07:00 min | 1 year ago

Understanding Mercury and Vaccine Safety

"Americans sounded getting really worried about Mickey the FDA was issuing warnings to pregnant women not to eat certain fish that will move to get mercury out of the moment is even meals aggress Tyson tried to stop mercury from being a planet. Okay. So we made up that loud store. But seriously officials wanted to read the US of mercury and that's because McCurry is a big deal. When people are exposed to a lot of it. It can damage the nervous system and the brain making people kind of kooky which actually where the term the mad had comes from. Because had is used to use mercury to make the hats. But seriously, mercury exposure is

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"aggressed" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

The Astrology Podcast

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"aggressed" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"I really think is going to be a positive lift of like, yes, you may have a big workload on you. But you're actually enjoying your day-today habits your day to day routine. Venus bringing a lot of value in a lot of you know, Venus. Insanitary has value and learning value in exploring value in adventuring and having fun with things at the end of the day. Yeah. Look at this amazing. It's not just a Venus Jupiter conjunction that takes place around the twenty first twenty second fifteen sixteen degrees of Sagittarius, but it actually ends up forming a grand fire try and with Mars, which is right about fourteen Aries at that time and the moon swoops in a very quickly and completes the grand trying from the middle of Leo yet. I mean, it's it's all looking positive and this with with this being in your six house like I mean, this is focused on health focused on habits, and you know, even employment stuff. So I really do think even though Mars in Aries may bring some issues in that tenth house area. I think you're really going to start to enjoy being busy having things to do having things to go. And learn and explore sure. Yeah. There's definitely some balance. Let's say so having that benefit transit through the sixth other manifestations of that can sometimes be a positive development with respect to figuring something out with respell with respect to health matters. Sometimes if there was an. Issue previously. There can be like finally figuring out how to deal without her. How to address that properly and away that's constructive and useful, and that could be a very positive manifestation of that sixth house, conjunction of Venus and Jupiter. It could also be a positive development. If you have anybody that works under you in a sort of support role either finding somebody that can help you out more on a day-to-day basis. If you haven't had that previously or perhaps just having some new development in that relationship. That's beneficial to you in that allows your your life and your work to run more smoothly yet, definitely. And then I mean after that this is also going to coincide with that fire energy stuff because at the chart they just pulled up after that we have the sun aggressing into Aquarius in the next day. We have the last total lunar eclipse in Leo, which is happening in your second house. And I do think this is going to be quite a big deal as the sun goes into your eighth house. You know, that's more of the themes. Focused on other people's resources shared resources, you know, change stuff like that. But as the moon goes into Leo, and we have this last total lunar eclipse, this is happening. Your second house where we've had these eclipses for the past year and a half things around money themes around assets, and your valuables or things that you physically own physical items that you possess. This is kind of bringing all that Tacoma nation kind of having one last like, how would you describe it one less? I don't wanna say boom ES just like a culmination and bringing to completion some things that were initiated over the past year too. Because it's been bouncing back and forth between eclipses lunar eclipses and solar eclipses and their second house of finances and their eighth house of other people's money and sometimes their relationship between the two, but this is the final eclipse in that series taking place in your second house. So there's something that's being brought to completion. Or being wrapped up at this time about your finances that it's not new at something that. It's not something that's gonna come out of nowhere that you haven't known about up till this point. But instead it sort of wrapping up a sequence or a phase that's been playing itself out over the course of the past couple of years as we've gotten things like the the, quote, unquote, great American eclipse last year and a half ago, which was in Leo, which is a solar half ago. Yeah. Yeah. Let's see. I felt that. But I mean, it's happening in your second house. This is good for positive of for finance stuff. I mean, I just sounds like Mars in your tenth and Venus and Jupiter six you're really busy with work. And so you make a little bit more money with that..

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"aggressed" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"aggressed" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Carols. Sit here and sing the songs along with everybody else. The city hall trees adorned by more than four thousand lights and topped with the liberty bell replica Justin Trudeau KYW NewsRadio. Philadelphia. Police have released a video of a brutal attack on an autistic man on a septa bus. Now, they're trying to track down that person. KYW's? Mike Dougherty reports in the video the suspect knocks the victim to the ground straddles him and rains down punch after punch this happened at about one o'clock in the afternoon October twenty six near twentieth and market on the forty eight bus captain Sekou cannabis says the thirty four year old victim who has autism took quite a beating punching back. He's not aggressing in any kind of way. Absolutely one hundred percent. The victim of attack attack was so vicious that it looked like the aggressors phone dropped out of either his hand or out of his pocket, and we had to retrieve it. And then he kept punching the victim was taken to the hospital for bumps and bruises nothing. Major still police are concerned and want to track down the attacker. You can see the video at KYW, NewsRadio dot com. Anybody with information on the suspect as asked to call police, Mike Dari KYW NewsRadio closing arguments begin Thursday morning in political operative, Ken smugglers, three week long trial for campaign finance law violations. The defense wrapped up by putting him on the stand. He was also cross examined by government lawyers KYW Steve tower reports come smuggler congressman Bob Brady's top. Political adviser testified at no point then or now did he consider a ninety thousand dollar payment for a poll owned by Brady's opponent in the two thousand twelve democratic primary to be an illegal campaign contribution by buying the pulse. Smuggler says they were able to seal its contents data that found certain voters in the congressional district were not warming to Brady during cross examination. Jurors followed the back and forth like a tennis mattress smuggler clashed with assistant US attorney, Richard Pilger smucker got emotional when recounting how FBI agents raided his home secretly recorded him for more than five hours while his. Wife and daughter were in the next room, you then turn to jurors and said think about it. They're accusing me of lying, and that I could go to jail Pilger objected and smuggler shot back. It was objectionable Steve Taiwa KYW NewsRadio. Former reading mayor Warren Haggerty has died..

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"aggressed" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

08:22 min | 2 years ago

"aggressed" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Thirteen eighty W A. Okay. In the morning. Hopefully your morning is going. Well, you moving around. In the city called a. Wherever you might stay. The. You know? The brother of a man. All white folks ain't bad. And I ain't never said that all white folks are bad. I've never said that. I'm just looking at the evidence man trying to live my life and teach the people who are responsible for providing instruction for about the reality. I attempt to. Use the principles and virtues of art. To help me. To help guide me guide. What I teach. And what I say. One of virtues to be able to tell the difference between what is real. And what is unreal? It means discernment. And. What I tried to do in my life is pay attention. And you hear me saying that all the time. Pay attention to what is going on around me. And as a person with a, you know, I gotta be asking history. And I have always been a student of history. Probably since I was at least as I was in high school. Much love what's respected Theodore what Theodore Williams. For that for spark that interest in me. So history reflects that there is a certain group of people who have always aggressed against black people at least for the last six seven eight thousand two thousand years, it's been a group of people even as a look in the in the biblical text is a group of people called the Romans the that would be people who are from Italy who were aggressing against the people of God, the Brown people to black people. So I mean, I create the history, but I show ignore it. Either. Lead at so whatever I say is informed by historical reality is just not my opinion is me doing an an analysis on the data and sharing with you. What the data reflect as well as what my experience has been. And so, you know, they go about it. Who'll like it looked like you got a problem. I'm cool with me. Cudi? Good morning. Let's say the truth hurts. Amy. I'm cool with me, you know, everybody. Everybody can get mad this. All right. Angles. I think about it in which here about what may, but I'm still going to be. All right. You ain't gonna see me jumping out the window. The truth the truth hurt staying with this DNA now. It is to read some articles whereby they say somebody's DNA company. They said that I mean you have to read the fine print. You know, once they get your DNA. They can use it for whatever they want to use it for and then was an expert. There wasn't an expose done that they took the I think the three or four top being a company and found and when they sent the results in for these people they all came back with different results widely varying widely varying results. Yes. So exact the science. The science is not perfected as of yet. Actively. No science, isn't it? Yeah. An issue on nine Nessie garner Mironov said in that book, an American dilemma. He said that no matter how much white tell you who is dominant. Okay. He said, no matter how much white ancestry. That you have. But if you had one drop of black blood you black. Trying to claim the guy you were talking about trying to claim that he was black or whatever, you know. So what situation though, isn't it? I mean, it's it's like if to white folks advantage for you to be white for them. Then you get to be white. If not for white folks advantage for you to be white. Then you got to be black. I mean, just real and folks don't likely you're just say it like it. What? Sound like some of those so called conservatives you here, you know, west tomorrow show you already getting out tomorrow show, but go ahead. When when they're talking with white, folks. Well, oh, they are just the darlings of the world. Do they deviate just a little bit? Then all of a sudden, wait a minute you on their own platform. Man. I can't his name. Oh my goodness. Oh my goodness. I've thought his video to other day at his brother. He was doing a radio show. He would just say I mean, he's an appeal. Like black for real. You know what I'm saying? It was like a black people problem. Black people black people problem, they need to get out of the way and let somebody good wife full. You know, tell us what to do because you know, we our own problem. How do how in the world? You just missing a whole four five or six epochs of history is missing a informing that opinion. I mean, you just because people would not like you to recall what they have done does not mean that they have not done would they have not would they have done and that they don't continue to do it. And then they know benefit from what they did. Thank you presently. I mean, we can't we will have to talk about that everyday bra Alcatel, man. I it was a white preacher own yesterday. I gotta find this do Mark forward on old faith church. And do actually. Started telling the truth. Taba Cudi about black. He started off with Noah and. Daddy, jumped to Rahab in roofing, any jumped David admitting that every one of those persons were black people. And of course, everybody else will too. But then he said these people were related to Jesus. Jesus was black. Where he steered me a preacher next month. Yeah. I mean, you know, he had a whole bunch of white, folks. And they was like, you know, it was uncomfortable. But what he was calling them to do is to to. I thought it was kind of courageous on his part in one perspective. But from another perspective, it looked like just straight privilege. I mean, you you would get you get onto the troop. When you get ready all the rest of the time. You know, you just benefit alpha the alpha white supremacy and take advantage of it. But I have to ask the question started. Why? And what are they planning when they do this? I'm very suspicious of them, even when they wanna come out and tell the truth. I'm like, why are they doing good question? Evac Yaacov history has taught us to ask that question. Thank you. My name is Slava taken a wooden nickels may flattening pass me not today. 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"aggressed" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"aggressed" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Bike split two one nine until five with traffic being detoured y'all so you have altered, it's out of the street parking roles in effect for today I'm. Russ Marin export It's coming up to thirty one on tan tan wins wins news time to twenty to, many people turned out for. A meeting on the progress, following last week's, flat iron steam, pipe explosion that triggered fears throughout the neighborhood. City officials say they. Hope to have more than thirty buildings back to normal by. The end of today According to Joe Esposito was Commissioner of. The office of emergency management We have believes We are waiting Yes Factions will, continue but air samples have come back. Negative, I this as the cleanup, continues its people get back into their. Apartments many business owners are still concerned including Rene to Paul dose who owns Miranda aggressed around in the. Neighborhood I think it's going to take a few weeks if not the rest of the. Summer To really have interests back in the flatiron district as a. Destination restaurant remains closed is the, cleanup continues they've entered throwaway line of. Food, and, wine wins news time, to Twenty-three cleanup continues in Puerto Rico. As well governor Andrew Cuomo back there his fifth trip to the island since hurricane Maria says President Trump. Needs to make amends to the Americans who live on that US territory the federal government Rico to finally do the right thing I think. President Trump should apologize to the. People of Puerto Rico, for the lack of femurs response and the lack of preparedness in the in the. Suffering that they Peres status. Contributed food water and first aid supplies dispatch utility workers nurses and other professionals at Cuomo's order ahead of the democratic primary where he faces a challenge from Cynthia Knicks Wins news time to twenty four The White House is threatening to revoke security clearances for former intelligence officials who've been critical. Of President Trump's handling. Of Russia it's hard to imagine President Trump seeking counsel from intelligence and law, enforcement officials of. The Obama. Administration but press secretary Sarah Sanders let's on security clearances, for former CIA chief John, Brennan former director of national intelligence, James Clapper, Obama national security adviser Susan Rice and George. W Bush's CIA and NSA director. Michael Hayden plus fired FBI director James Comey all, may be revoked because they've politicized and in some cases actually monetize their public service Anderson carry clearances and making baseless, accusations of improper contact with Russia. All those who might be targeted we're recently critical of the president's handling of..

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"aggressed" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"aggressed" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The globe gathered for the world health assembly in geneva it's an annual gathering that sets the agenda for the world health organization this year ecuador plan to introduce a resolution to encourage breastfeeding it was expected to pass relatively quickly and easily until the trump administration got involved us delegates reportedly told their counterparts from ecuador that unless they dropped the resolution the country would be hit with punitive trade measures and the withdrawal of us military eight in the end a watered down version of the resolution was passed i'm route up yet now is a journalist at malnutrition deeply one of news deeply single topic news platforms i'm rota what was in the resolution that made the us upset right so the resolution had been in the process of of being worked on for the last couple of months and what activists and member states from a lot of different countries wanted in the resolution was released stricter guidelines for governments to establish the control over the scene and the marketing of breast milk substitutes which is like formula who food that is given to babies and cottage breastfeeding instead the fact that the us posted this gives steve do the companies maybe formula industry is as you know and that's why this is important because all sorts of medical research and scientific research has shown that breastfeeding is much better for an infant than baby formula is correct yes absolutely and especially in the house indies breastfeeding is the best that the can get give us an example of aggressive marketing that in the past has occurred by infant formula companies that this resolution is trying to stop data couple of examples aggressing marketing could mean that grocery stores their mothers go to buy these products of of infant formula and they don't really say what is good for the baby and what's not good for the baby another practice that has been exposed in the media is that doctors themselves encourage mothers to feed their babies with infant formula instead of breast feeding the conflict of interest it's also betty directly at is out of how much control at the industry has on the hill under global sector itself what do you think about the statement from the us department health and human services said they just wanted to make sure that women who are unable to breastfeed have access to other ways to feed their children without being stigmatized well i think that's an interesting way of saying that they are going to encourage the private sector and because there are other ways to encourage women decide to make sure that the condition that you know taking breastfeed as long as they can but also encouraging them to know what that options are but the way that the resolution was passed and the way the negotiations have been even in the past even before this assembly is that the agenda seems to be that the private sector is more how does the resolution that was finally agreed upon how does the language in it differ from the original one that was proposed the main thing is that get one every country to adhere to scored which is the international court of marketing business that students which has been supported by the world domination the idea of the resolution was changed in this court and sort of implementation at underscored which didn't happen eventually in the final version so the the action on privatesector interference it also called for the fact that countries could ask for head from the world health organization if they wanted support but the final resolution doesn't include that it highlights the importance of breastfeeding but then it doesn't really say anything about aggressive marketing and what we can do to stop aggressive marketing what does it mean to health advocates that the trump administration has sided with the private sector in this case in this specific is the fact that the trump administration has made it so clear that they will support the private sector over health benefits of houses and millions of babies is that this will sort of being cottage at all and the us is thrown win way beyond the united states it says the us is going to have a role in how babies all babies in different countries especially in countries now is a journalist at malnutrition deeply a single topic news platform thank you i'm ruta along with breastfeeding doctors around the globe recommend that new.

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Erdogan wins more power, and it might not help Turkey's economy

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

02:53 min | 2 years ago

Erdogan wins more power, and it might not help Turkey's economy

"For the update on the global news let's talk about what's going on in turkey has won a mandate to govern turkey with sweeping new powers after a double victory in presidential and parliamentary elections with more than ninety nine percent of votes counties at one fifty three percent of the presidential vote for more on this bloomberg's james huddling joins us now from istanbul very good morning tea james the market reaction has been positive in the currency and the equity markets it seems the markets focusing very much on certainty rather than its investors longer term concerns about where turkey goes good morning certainly there's something of a relief rally to the extent that i guess investors are thinking the devil is you know is better than the w don't know and if if they headed into a second round it really would have been uncharted territory certainly but aired airlines victory certainly does nothing to aggress the the the real economic challenges facing the country so it wouldn't be a shock if there if this rally sort of peters out and and they'll deliver returns to where it had been in previous weeks james mattis of course when he stood in his victory speech on the balcony he said you know turkey had voted for growth but here we are with high interest rates high inflation and a currency this dynamic eighteen percent on the year it's a big economic uphill battle for him isn't it it is a big economic uphill battle and there there does not seem to be formula a blueprint at hand to fix it the president's is known for and has made no secret of his desire for interest rates to be lower than they are and he has said he would pressured the central bank to do that in fact he said that interview with bloomberg about a month ago which sent sent the currency into a freefall because his approach certainly violates most you know the basic tenets of economic orthodoxy so it remains to be seen it's a country it's a vibrant country it's vital country it has a lot to offer and obviously in the first years of air to one's you know tenure the economy was one of the great global economic growth stories and a real model and then and then the wheels have come off so there's certainly a potential but remains to be seen one man rule is the way that way some up this morning lies ahead for turkey how big of a change is this gonna be owed one before and now one after but there could be big changes because of some of the power that he's been grabbing for himself.

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"aggressed" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"aggressed" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Aggress towards aggress the dreams towards you have the dreams again you have it's again my it's life my is more life dot is more com dot com all right first all up right today first the market up today has the market been a has little been bit crazy a little bit this crazy week this and week that's understandable and that's understandable if you've been watching if what's you've been going watching on what's we going entered on the we week entered the with week a with significant a significant trade dispute trade with dispute china with china that could be turning that could into be a turning trade into war a trade i won't go war into the fine i won't go print into the here fine print but here we but basically we levied basically tariffs levied import tariffs tax import against tax chinese against goods chinese late goods last late week last they week responded they with responded the same amount with of the same taxes amount against of taxes american against goods american coming into china goods coming into and china then now and president then now trump is president threatened trump a is significant threatened a significant significant significant increase in increase that so we started in that with so fifty we started billion with fifty dollars billion of goods dollars being of taxed goods being from china taxed from he's china now threatening he's an now additional threatening two an additional hundred two billion hundred so it's billion getting intense so it's getting intense it's intense it's in the gonna market intense in because the market these are the two because largest these are the two economies largest in the economies world understandably in the world understandably is freaking out is a bit freaking and so out a bit we and saw so volatility we saw volatility and that continued and throughout that continued the week throughout with all the sorts week with of different all things sorts going of different on things we saw going an increase on we saw an increase in interest in rates interest again not rates surprise again not surprisingly from the fed from the we fed saw significant we saw significant work in mergers work and acquisitions in mergers and acquisitions where twenty first where century twenty first fox century was fox acquired was acquired by at by and t at or at least and t given the or goahead at least given the go ahead for eighteen for acquire eighteen them thousand acquire all sorts them of all major sorts things of going major on and we things could spend going on and a we could lot spend of a time lot discussing of time any discussing of those topics any of but those i want topics to get down but to something i want to get down to something again a little bit again more practical a little bit more here practical and that is this here and that wing is this you wing see this you kind see of volatility this kind of in volatility the market in the market a lot of folks a lot go of folks go do i need to change do i need to the change way i the am way investing i am right investing now right now because last because year last the year glory the days glory of two thousand days of seventeen two thousand seventeen the market was shooting the market up was shooting and i didn't up have to think and i didn't too have to much think about too am much i going about to be okay am i going because to be okay everything because everything no matter what you no invested matter what you in was invested flying him up was but flying now up but now we had a year when that's we've been had a year that's basically been basically flat flat we've seen a lot we've of up seen a lot a lotta of up down and down and there's a lot and of question there's a lot marks of about question the future marks about people the future go people to change go the to way change i invest the way wanting i to invest become far more to become conservative far more conservative i wanna give you i wanna a tip give today you a tip today about how about to how feel to confident feel confident when in the market's when going the market's up and down going up and and really down and really honestly honestly across the across board the market the board was way the market up.

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"aggressed" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"aggressed" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Aggress towards aggress the dreams towards you have the dreams again you have it's again my it's life my is more life dot is more com dot com all right first all up right today first the market up today has the market been a has little been bit crazy a little bit this crazy week this and week that's understandable and that's understandable if you've been watching if what's you've been going watching on what's we going entered on the we week entered the with week a with significant a significant trade dispute trade with dispute china with china that could be turning that could into be a turning trade into war a trade i won't go war into the fine i won't go print into the here fine print but here we but basically we levied basically tariffs levied import tariffs tax import against tax chinese against goods chinese late goods last late week last they week responded they with responded the same amount with of the same taxes amount against of taxes american against goods american coming into china goods coming into and china then now and president then now trump is president threatened trump a is significant threatened a significant significant significant increase in increase that so we started in that with so fifty we started billion with fifty dollars billion of goods dollars being of taxed goods being from china taxed from he's china now threatening he's an now additional threatening two an additional hundred two billion hundred so it's billion getting intense so it's getting intense it's intense it's in the gonna market intense in because the market these are the two because largest these are the two economies largest in the economies world understandably in the world understandably is freaking out is a bit freaking and so out a bit we and saw so volatility we saw volatility and that continued and throughout that continued the week throughout with all the sorts week with of different all things sorts going of different on things we saw going an increase on we saw an increase in interest in rates interest again not rates surprise again not surprisingly from the fed from the we fed saw significant we saw significant work in mergers work and acquisitions in mergers and acquisitions where twenty first where century twenty first fox century was fox acquired was acquired by at by and t at or at least and t given the or goahead at least given the go ahead for eighteen for acquire eighteen them thousand acquire all sorts them of all major sorts things of going major on and we things could spend going on and a we could lot spend of a time lot discussing of time any discussing of those topics any of but those i want topics to get down but to something i want to get down to something again a little bit again more practical a little bit more here practical and that is this here and that wing is this you wing see this you kind see of volatility this kind of in volatility the market in the market a lot of folks a lot go of folks go do i need to change do i need to the change way i the am way investing i am right investing now right now because last because year last the year glory the days glory of two thousand days of seventeen two thousand seventeen the market was shooting the market up was shooting and i didn't up have to think and i didn't too have to much think about too am much i going about to be okay am i going because to be okay everything because everything no matter what you no invested matter what you in was invested flying him up was but flying now up but now we had a year when that's we've been had a year that's basically been basically flat flat we've seen a lot we've of up seen a lot a lotta of up down and down and there's a lot and of question there's a lot marks of about question the future marks about people the future go people to change go the to way change i invest the way wanting i to invest become far more to become conservative far more conservative i wanna give you i wanna a tip give today you a tip today about how about to how feel to confident feel confident when in the market's when going the market's up and down going up and and really down and really honestly honestly across the across board the market the board was way the market up.

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Team Sonic Racing Coming To Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, And PC

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:43 min | 2 years ago

Team Sonic Racing Coming To Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, And PC

"Okay see super villains announced it's coming out october sixteenth i'm playstation four xbox one switch an pc from their press release for the first time a lego game is giving players the ability to create and play their own dc super villain throughout the game character becomes the center of the story while teaming up with an iconic variety of villains to adventure through the hilarious original story written in collaboration with dc as a dc fan of course i was all over new lego game then reading actually what they're doing with it because when i got my script i didn't know that part actually sounds cool building your own super villain shoot you unlock new powers as you place you can use them in a blind stuff like that that's cool i never six teams racing is officially announced the grabner could actually come to dc super we'll say teams on a great thing is a fish announced as well this is coming in winter playstation four xbox one and pc from sumo digital i'm gonna read from gene's article now players can race it's not on switch no players can raise as a team in work together using various moves and special items aka wisps to aid their teammates and get ahead of the comp petition the game will support both online multiplayer and local co op with twelve players per raise in four player split screen support an introductory story centric adventure mode will be available for players to familiarize themselves with the game and it's wide array of characters teams on aggressing we'll both a roster fifteen playable characters from the sonic university including sonic tails and shadow along with specific types be at power technique or speed the game also feature various customisation options allowing players to adjust the performance ainley of their vehicle excited him then my excitement just went all the way give me a quick fact check on injury i it's not coming to switch right i'm fairly certain that that i got that right.

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"aggressed" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"aggressed" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"A man who was intentionally struck by vehicle on albuquerque's westside has now died the incident happened at the flying j truckstop on sunday near i forty and ninety eighth street abd simon job at tells newsradio k k o b that they are still looking for the person responsible surveillance video shows the suspect leaving the scene in a silver chevy cobalt with pennsylvania license plates and state police are looking for a hit and run driver who left a pedestrian dead in sierra county sometime before three o'clock this morning a man identified as old nathan watson was found dead in the right lane of northbound i twenty five in truth or consequences police say that he had been struck by vehicle that had left the scene after the crash anyone with information is asked to call new mexico state police and the albuquerque police department is checking out leads from yesterday's murder at an albuquerque apartment complex in the forty two hundred block of a tree sco drive northwest officer simon drove it says that there were a lot of witnesses something that could be vital to solving this case that the key to all these investigations like i've been talking about good witnesses to get aggress one man was found shot to death in an apartment the victim's identity has not been released and there's more jail time for matthew chavez the man awaiting trial for killing a man at a duke city atm in february of two thousand sixteen job is was sentenced today to three years in prison for robbing a cricket wireless store on rio bravo south west that's same month as far as wall street today the dow closed up.

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"aggressed" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"aggressed" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And cholesterol and cardiac bypass and cardiac stents had coronary artery disease ten years ago had one of the most aggressive prostate cancers gleason ten psa thirty five so very aggressive cancer he went to one of the super pooper hospitals in new york city in two thousand six that tried to do surgery they opened them up they saw the cancer was to aggress and they closed them up so i went through the procedure for nothing and then he went to another doctor at another hospital and the other doctor tried cryotherapy so it was a famous doctor to famous hospital try and cryotherapy kreil means freezing they tried to turn this process into uh snowball icefall while they did it and that didn't work and they left him with retrograde ejaculation that's means when he jackie lights instead of going forward the materials go sperm goes into the bladder retrograde retro means back ejaculation dennis psa started rising more and he started on hormone so we know that hormones don't cure anybody for for a while at however slow down the cancer which is a good thing and then for the last three years he lost all his insurance that no treatment and now he comes to us with a high risk cancer we stayed some up and lucky for him there's no spread of the cancer so example him he has a boggy prostate he otherwise looks great he had attempted radical failed attempted kreil failed both big new york city hospitals and he's here with us why because he wants the best chance to be cancer free any saw our data were welcome to you're welcome to get.

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2 dead, 3 injured in New York City helicopter crash on river

News, Traffic and Weather

02:03 min | 3 years ago

2 dead, 3 injured in New York City helicopter crash on river

"An a komonewscomfire this is komo seattle komo fm hauteville braman abc news i'm dave packer watching it tragedy from of banks of new york city's east river helicopter came like landing slowly and the next thing you know it just flipped i'm we have somebody crying for helped ellicott after taking passengers on a sightseeing trip around the city crashing into the frigid waters off manhattan's upper east side two people on board dead three others in critical condition after being cut free from the submerged chopper abc's aaron katersky now with a late a helicopter was operated by liberty which is a company that conduct sightseeing tours wellknown here in new york city these helicopter was fired by a group of people the dates of pictures around the hatton and it was just after seven o'clock on sunday evening when a helicopter crashed and in his later faa records your would leads to accidents at liberty tours including one in august of two thousand nine would nine people died in an accident involving one of their choppers eat a midair collision with an airplane a number of factors were determined to be the cause of backlash including a distracted traffic controller the white house sunday previewing the trump administration's plan for school safety following the mass shooting in parkland florida education secretary betsy devos saying sunday it's a big part of it is going to be dealing with mental health issue we really need to focus on prevention and identifying brand early on and that starts with a aggressing social and emotional wellbeing and increasing access and consistency and and transparency to mental health service axes revision for raising the age to purchase firearms to 21 something the president called for before meeting with nra officials much of new england expected to get six to twelve inches of snow in the third nor'easter to hit the area in two weeks serb expected to arrive monday night you're listening to.

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"aggressed" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"aggressed" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Aggressed and it's a combination of both repression and concession that's how you be radical groups that are broadly faced and think uh my reaction to think like charles from one with reasons why i was trump curious but sent home so trump horrified meet the outright or whatever you want to call up mmhmm it's made of of obviously many violent sociopaths um cruel and vicious people but it's also wing that something is gone very wrong in the less educated part of white america on the people are killing themselves with drugs with now has the lowest six seatbelt use of any developed country why uh or less likely children carseat than any other developed country why is this something could are not finding wife freshest enough of the addiction the uh the the the selfmedication with with uh with food and an an video games and i would say in trouble this would that the rise in use of marijuana which is i think doubled since two thousand seven something's going wrong so in the end and those people end up sometimes in the other as they end up dropping out of society altogether so the task of creative leadership this is one of the reasons why when i speak to my friends on the right way don't icy donald trump such a tragedy what you can't say well there's good and bad he's a chief things for what he's doing is taking everything but you ought to be working on and he's corrupted it putting it to a dead at uh what about the response the outright us yeah i mean the the ones who bear arms uh uh the ones who incite in of the uh the internet who been uh basically play the part of self radicalising jihadi preachers in oh marginalize them but those millions of under thirty young men who are earning less than women don't see marriage and their future are experimenting with drugs and are putting themselves on the path to self destructive and socially harmful wife they need a bigger answer the being told that they should be ashamed of how much privileged i got david from his book trump pack roussy the corruption of.

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"aggressed" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"aggressed" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Hoffman financial group aggress say randy harry we gotta switch gears from football to financial i know last week we were all charged up for national championship game worked pretty good for about three quarters right down to the end tell you what i mean that right there is a financial lesson isn't it it's like you gotta you gotta prepare and you gotta go the whole game you've got to have a good 4th quarter and a good over time we all want to have a good second half yeah good point it was a second left on the clock of retirement if you gotta watch your assets and i say that i just dead but hey that is exactly what we're going to talk about today is getting help with your money and chris you have a number of opportunities for people to see you coming up this month as a matter of fact at the end of the month it papa does alfa reta if you hear something on the show and you want to know a little bit more crystal by your dinner laughter you get a lot more information to their will tell you more about that coming up but choosing it advisor we're talking about that with our friend monica kaufman we're talking about that in 2018 what is it that people have to do to get help with their money there's a lot of different people out there that will do this for you how do you choose the person that is best suited for you let's take one topic a lot of folks come in and they're struggling with paddle i not only choose advisor but an advisory firm so there is those big box firms out there that i talk about a lot as far as their structure and obviously i'm not a big box firm i decided to be an independent investment advisor song i'm biased toward that model oil but i think it's important for us to talk about a little bit on the show today i'll give you a real life example okay klein of mine referred me to a friend.

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"aggressed" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"aggressed" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Canvas bit bears the evidence of the violence your fighting again yeah it's a hard position to be in in in a whether it's something about opposing racism or even just something like opposing the state that's ultimately what happens in the movie dirges victimless crime spree is dared jay he's the hero of that film because he is the one who is just simply aggressed against the entire time derek is never can never be accused of violence in that in that film it's a movie can watch for free it's a documentary about our former cohost they're j freeman you can watch it over a victimless crime spree dot com but he is constantly victimized by the police in that in that movie and so therefore his era now that doesn't mean it's per wasted to everybody because plenty people watch that and they hate derek they hate the fact that you know he is saying also there four he deserved debra tate go they didn't make no earn comply with separate paying the video appeals to people who have respect for freedom and liberty and themselves i would say and it appeals to more because he didn't start shooting cops riot like that's that's how people will want to come here to joy derek whereas nobody's coming to join chris camp well chris can't well chris mckay well has no allies in keene new hampshire he literally put himself on on on the front line and put himself in a position of of risk and and he did in a peaceful way and utah medare j yeah okay now just went winona wanted to ensure you weren't talking about chris camp via no no no i was not talking about camera the article here continues ideally of course we avoid the violence altogether this is where the sort of planning on display and once a dell is key humor is a particularly powerful tool to avoid escalation to highlight the absurdity of a sir of absurd positions and to deflate the puffery that to the weakminded at any rate might resemble hero purpose the message from is this for may coordinator of those events in ruins and dell the message from us is.

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"aggressed" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"aggressed" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Set of algorithms that take data coming in and write stories going out can you show me heliogravure on the computer what's it what does heliogravure look like well so he would graf looks a lot more like i was rather than anything else gilbert shows me the computer code that the post data science team has written if the template that gives healey graf a set of rules like a fancy version of the word game mad lives the scaffolding has already been built plug in the who the what the wear and the computer does the rest hughley aggressed first day on the job was last summer alongside human reporters at the rio olympics we wanted to make sure that our journalist warrant watching tv and writing down what happened on the screen not a great use of human resources and yet we had historically always written down what was the outcome of every event as fast as we possibly could and so he graf was a great solution for that because it can take a data feed from the ioc via stats i com and then it can publish dory's off of that so it can say who won can say which country of the most medals again say how fast or how many points or up by what margin was the winner the winner those were about his basic a story as it could be immune in many ways it was more like the answer no question your friend might ask you then the traditional coverage of a sporting event three months later by election night in america hugh graf had already upped its game the robot used polling data to write and update in real time nearly five hundred washington post stories including this one from nevada so in this particular case it says a democrat catherine cortez massed i was beaten joseph j hack a republican in the race for nevada's senate see currently held by harry reid the republicans kept control the senate majority fending off while it was thought to be a strong takeover bid by the democrats let me reemphasize a robot wrote that and then it starts to go into while how did the un senate races fair can i ask you to use your journalist and editor smarts here to judge how the.

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"aggressed" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"aggressed" Discussed on WINS 1010

"A wins news time 503 from washington jared speaks seat in say much at least not to reporters after his big meeting today with senate intel committee looking into alleged russian collusion on part of the trump campaign correspondent bob constantine alan capitol hill jared kushner stood alone in the white house driveway when he returned from capitol hill did not collude with russia nor do i know of anyone else in the campaign who did so he delivered a statement though taking oh questions the senate intelligence committee asked him to a closeddoor discussion after word of the june 2016 meeting at trump tower became public donald trump jr zone email chain indicated the meeting was to get derogatory information on hillary clinton from a kremlin source the record in documents i have perot voluntarily provided full show that all of my actions were offer and occurred in the normal course of events of a very unique campaign bob costantini capitol hill and the senate intel meeting was behind closed doors so it's anybody's gas the house intel is next in special prosecutor bob mother is also said to be interested in whether or not any can collusion took place speaking of home house speaker paul ryan was on the talk show circuit yesterday contradicting president trump's assertion that muller was on a witchhunt ryan says moller is a republican who was appointed by a republican who served in a republican administration ryan says muller's anything but biased as been speculation that the white house is trying to come up with ways to discredit muller to in his work a vote keeps the woman pleaded guilty today to causing the death of refugees and say doing a kayak trip on the hudson more than two years ago correspondent aaron katersky abc aggressed walled called 911 two report the kayak of her fiance vincent via ford capsized grasswalled pleaded guilty to criminally negligent homicide admitting fee cosby a for his death by removing the plug from his kayak she said she knew at the time april 2015 the waters in the hudson were dangerously cold and rough his body was found about a month later floating in the river near west point she'll spend up to four years in prison and as a lawful permanent resident could be deported also today dozens of.

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"aggressed" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"aggressed" Discussed on WLOB

"President james aggressed the and his team look the data from an extensive hobbling yougov study remember we sign that thing that came out that every two years questions a sample size of tens of thousands of voters some acknowledge that they are non citizens and there thus in eligible to vote but they voted any way so just facts came to a conclusion those who say it happens a lot and those who say the problem is nonexistent they wanted to find that those right in one camp they're the groundbreaking studies by professors at old dominion university in virginia that we told you about where these folks attempted to compile scientifically derived illegal voting numbers using the harvard data and they came to a conclusion that the the about two point eight million non citizens could have voted anywhere from thirty eight thousand a two point eight million so mr aggressed the from this just facts organization analyze the same polling data and they got an estimate as many as seven point nine million non citizens really registered that year in two thousand eight and between for a five hundred ninety four thousand and five point seven million voted now folks you've got trump out the same the reason he lost the popular vote is because all these folks weren't supposed to be voting voted and both of visas than we one says it could be signed seven point nine million trump was saying two million name is probably low one of these analyses says seven point nine the other says five point seven as many as five point seven me so we anywhere from no five and a half to eight million illegal votes that's from non citizen again that's not necessarily all illegal aliens that's from people who were here and just go with it because we made it solves simple and is there no checks and balances on it there's nobody checking out what's going on and then of course when you trying to have voter id then they complain about that look let me take some folks in this is a natural born fact if you are against voter.

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