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Building an Enterprise AI Adoption Roadmap - with Ron Bodkin
"So Ron glad to hear on the program. It's a real pleasure to have joining US pleasure to be here. Dan Thanks for having me course given your relatively lengthy background, not just academically, but in the entrepreneurial world in various businesses now, obviously with Google in working with big big enterprises, you got I think a multifaceted take on this question. So I'm curious as to how you answer you will we look at big enterprises that are not used to doing. But they they know this is you know GonNa be par for the course moving forward. They're often asking the question why should we be focusing know how do we identify the opportunity space that are GonNa be leveraged points and make a difference for us how do you to think about that question? Yeah. Well, I think enterprises need to be thinking about a portfolio approached the either going to use that there's a spectrum between on one side you prebuilt ai solutions that might be available in south application or extend US asset allocation that give quick wins but are not highly differentiated. They become table stakes in an industry somewhere in between is use of. Smart building blocks whether prepackaged models or things like auto Amal that that AI models be extended for this particular data and needs. But that fundamentally the I is still prepackaged in component that can be brought into a custom application and then on the other extreme is is more highly differentiated custom uses of Ai, and of course, the ladder tend to be higher risk in higher reward, but I would say that in almost any. Industry enterprises need to be thinking about how do they build that portfolio and how did they build capability in all three buckets as well as how do they have the governance to understand what are the things that they ought to do any one of those as well as the wisdom, and which really comes down to the experience leadership to know what are the things that they shouldn't shouldn't be working on so that's the macro. that. You know a lot of times what you see I think what's often under appreciated is the big talent gap that I see for executing ai is really experienced leaders that have been through multiple applications of the Technology Sarah. Like, just like if you have smart Grad students in academia, they rely on a professor with good instincts to coach them. The students often have the best hands on skills they need that experience leadership and the same thing applies in the enterprise right that the leaders who've been through cycles and have good instincts and coach people on what's going to work and identify the common pitfalls are critical right? So so I think in that case, there's factors that are clearly important right like standing. The state of the data and is there data available cannot be collected you have policies whether it be legally or according to your. Company's principles around whether data can and should be used for a given approach to machine learning. Sometimes, it's about a level of creativity around how can you structure or something as a problem that will actually be solvable today's machine learning techniques. And also super important. A lot of times I. See is not enough of an emphasis early on how would you actually develop confidence and deploy this right? There's I've seen so many efforts early stages in companies where they think about doing data science and they come up with a study that says, we think there's promise here and they don't know how to. Structure a task than how to operationalize it where they don't have the priority, right? Maybe one part of the business wants to move forward but then you know the operational system owner throws a flag and says, no, we can't do that because it's too risky or it's not aligned with our road map right. So beginning with the end in mind and knowing like, how would you even experiment live to task? Something is critical. Yeah. So many considerations here on the throne. These are all really good. I'M GONNA poke into a few of these and get more ideas from us that works. Okay. Session are. So you're talking about this portfolio approach I mean I can't concur enough on the fact that you know experience leadership would be the goal. The fact of the matter is not every city is silicon valley and so in. In your random health insurance company, how many people have seen ai come to life is very few. We think about it as leaders who have an understanding broadly of what I does and how it works. You talked about that a rough tertiary understanding of the use case landscape. What's realistic? What's obviously what's realistic and then thirdly some fundamental understanding basic terminology so that they don't get lost not to be technical but understand even just that level of understanding is exceedingly rare. Exceedingly rare. How do we get over that hurdle in your mind because we can't just have a guy like you have conversations with leadership teams all day long just kind of gradually get them up to snuff. What do you think it's GonNa take to to make that education gap get closed because I think we really need that I. Yeah. Absolutely true I. Think over time as we continue to see more deployments of AI in a more advanced machine learning capabilities that knowledge is expanding right the new graduates with machine learning who don't have experienced. Spend a few years working and gaining that experience it start to get more of the wisdom in the short term what I see doing as you know, combination of bringing Google expertise were experienced people in the Google team can work with customers and coach and mentor them. But also one of the things that we do really well in Google is is we work with a lot of. Services Partners and we focus more on do they have that level of expertise? Right? So that can be specialist boutiques of maybe a few hundred people that have deep expertise to provide that coaching and guidance, or it could be larger consultancies that have built the practice in an area. Where they can bring that. So I think always a lot of it is enterprises. Need help right and hiring good consulting to enable success is important when it's a new area and there's gaps in open. Of course, it has to be complemented with a hiring strategy, but it's a lot easier to scale entertaining strategy. It's a lot easier to scale on some success when you starting
Amal Clooney quits UK role over 'lamentable' Brexit plan
"Rights lawyer Amal Clooney has quit her role is the U. K's envoy on press freedoms. She says she cannot represent a country that has openly said it will break international law in order to gain a trade advantage after Brexit the British government says it is ready to roll back parts of the hard won protocol on Northern Ireland. Designed to uphold a peace agreement that has held for two decades. Elaine Cobb, CBS News
Amal Clooney quits UK role over 'lamentable' Brexit plan
"In protest over the U. K's threat to violate an international treaty. The United Kingdom's special envoy, a media freedom Amal Clooney quits Human rights lawyer Amal Clooney has quit her role is the U. K's envoy on press freedoms. She says she cannot represent a country that has openly said it will break international law in order to gain a trade advantage after Brexit the British government says it is ready to roll back parts of the hard won protocol on Northern Ireland. Designed to uphold a peace agreement that has held for two decades.
Inmates take 10 guards hostage at Guatemalan prison
"Some inmates at the prison in southern Guatemala have taken 10 guards hostage as Maria Martin reports. The prisoners are demanding the return of 18 gang members who were transferred to another facility. Prison authorities say they were implementing a strategy to break the power of gang members in a maximum security prison called El Infierno Neto or Little Hell in southern Guatemala. The operation called for some of the prisoners to be transferred to another facility to stop the extortion rackets that allegedly operate from that prison. Guard members protested the move, and on Monday took 10 Prison guards hostage. What Amal unprecedented 100 about They, a former head of the prison system has ordered the prisoners to set the guards free sane. Our obligation is to provide security. Recording released from inside the prison said the gang members wanted a quote peaceful dialogue with authorities
Gov. Jared Polis addresses George Floyd killing
"The Denver police department hosting a virtual community town hall tonight on Microsoft teams that you could be a part of DPD says they wanted to be the first in a series of listening opportunities to bring about meaningful change it starts at six o'clock tonight for the first time governor Poloz publicly commenting about the death of George Floyd what happened to George Floyd was not only wrong it was brutal it was inhumane and it was it was murder beginner says it is time to get serious about addressing racism and inequality in America all of us know in our hearts this is far more widespread than just what happened to George Floyd and this provides a window an opportunity to address systemic racism in a way that leaves a positive legacy for our children and the future of our nation telling those who have peacefully protested that he is ready to work with them to address their issues Colorado Senate president leroy Garcia agreeing with the governor he says police brutality exists in our own backyard many great officers out there but I think we all know there are well documented cases throughout the state in which we we don't see that integrity and when you don't have the integrity Amal Forsman the committee lucis trust Garcia tells KOAA news radio that lawmakers today will unveil legislation to address policing the measure proposes requiring body cams for all cops and allowing officers to be sued
Can electric car pioneer Tesla maintain its momentum?
"Jamie. You've been watching it for a long time. What has prompted this astonishing surge in its shares over the last few days? I think we'll start off by looking just kind of the business. And what changed. Over the last few months the company they recorded record deliveries and fourth quarter which brought some optimism back to investors about the company that will some worries in between nineteen about the demand for Tesla's 'cause particularly with a few government subsidies rolling off especially in the US which is most of their demand at the moment and then we also had teza managing to build the factory outside Shanghai in under year and China's electric vehicle mock as the largest in the world so the idea was that may cause cheaper. I'm I'm the margins will be better and they went to shipping them across either and all the mistakes they've made for making that 'cause initially they figured out they've gone out all the problems now the bill to make them more efficient as well so I think people were surprised how came online and it kind of showed. The company was beginning to execute when the problem with Tesla before was always big expectations and then pushing them back six months or a year depending on what was going on in the Fremont factory all of which suggests that the company's doing better financially but doesn't quite explain in how the market cap is one hundred forty billion dollars or whatever it is now and the ramp up in the shadows on frankly zero news. Yeah I think you've got to attach the business from the share price of the moment because I think the main thing which is driven this rise is that there's a natural feedback loop in markets tested very popular brands. And it's a very well known company is very famous so it's always been one of the stocks of choice with retail punters on a thing. Amal Kit Kat. which is is Sunday going up? Ten or fifteen percent every day will not she attract friends of friends and then on the institutional side will attract momentum traders as well I. I don't think we've had is the kind of vortex of massive retail interest and momentum traders. The share price went from one eight hundred five hundred between May and December number doubled. So you have this massive interest from retail investors. But you've also had for a long time a lot of people who've bet against the company by selling its Hsieh's has short so tell us those people today financially white Talto where things stand. Tesla has always been Stock of interest for shortsellers cellars. It takes a few boxes. It's quite leverage that has quite a lot of debt. It's in a new market where we know. The steady state Dimond for their vehicles is GonNa Promotional National C Someone who pays on television. WHO has a media presence goes to? Hollywood parties is friends with celebrities and Kinda applies the line between being a public figure on the business. And if you know anything about the history of business you know that promotional CEO's are often sign of companies that run into problems later in their Lives it's also an extremely capital intensive industry which is making calls which is low margin high volume requires a huge amount of expertise. So you have basically up star challenging that status quo so I think it's gonNA companies from natural shortsellers and a lot of the famous sellers have been in this name. Is David Einhorn Horn. Who runs greenlight capital? Jim Chain also owns can across associates and the question of them being white tile. It's difficult to say they will have different position sizing and the how very good risk management. Jim Channel runs seventies eighties short positions. So I don't think it's going to be much for for him if one doubles on him. So Jamie one of the people that Elon. Musk has attracted as I think I revealed in the it where is his Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund. We saw data showing that they had sold out now if they won or lost on Tesla. And why do you think they might have been interested in the first place. I'm not sure whether they WANNA lost. Because we also reported lost that they'd hedged that position entirely when the stock was falling. So I'm not sure how long that hedge was lost in the story was that Saudi Arabia Sovereign Wealth Fund had wanted a stake in Tesla. Elon said no so. They bought a stake on the open market and the secondary market. I guess the idea was they were looking to diversify away from oil and electric cars are natural way to do that. Richard out then Tom Cisco near to the headquarters of Tesla. I thought Oh by now that the company was supposed to face serious competition and electric cars. Obviously had this great head start but I thought competitively they would be in serious trouble by now now and it seems that the market is thinking the opposite. I think we're right in the the most interesting year. Now for Tesla in terms of what kind of lead is Elon Musk really built up and Howley withstand the attack of the entire route industry. I mean he's Great. Success has been putting electric cars on the agenda. I think everybody else had written them off. Entirely is a category. That was never really gonNA work not for many years because the technology wasn't ready and musk has set afire onto the entire industry. You know I was looking at the day of twenty two caused coming out this year. Electric Cars Mall the big car. Makers because that all claim they're as good as a model three the model ass and so you know this is the time that things really get tough normally moving to An entirely new technology in an industry creates new winners. The old players have to learn entirely neutral after build new platforms and by the time China. They learn it some newcomers. Come along and run off with the market. I mean that's how technology markets work. It isn't how the car market has worked and the car companies companies of all assumed battery technology. We can master this as a commodity and as soon as we need to. We can just jump on board and that's kind of what's happening now in performance terms price performance. You know how many miles you can do in an electric car based on how much you're paying for the battery Tesla has a lead. It's around thirty eighty percent ahead of the jugular. I pace from what I've heard and that is something that's built up over many small improvements in the technology and in designing signing cause to work with electric palm maced efficiently. And I think one big question here is. How long is it going to take the industry to catch up and it could take three five five eight years? That's a really crucial number now because it speaks a lot of weather. Tesla has an edge in the technology but then even above the technology is is all the other things you buy a car for you buy a car for the brand for the feature as for the styling the interior so even if your oh electric. BMW doesn't quite live up to the performance of Tesla a lot of people are going to buy a BMW and that's where we're moving into him. Richard Longtime we've not seen any profits fats. Negative cashflow tessler. Is that starting to change now. And what is changing it if it is. I think the reason the market has got sick cited about test raise. They feel this company has really turned a corner and in terms of just free cash flow which is really the key the number here you know is tesla generating cash or is it heading for bankruptcy. which is what a lot of people thought early last year? It generated a billion dollars late last year just strung together. Three quarters in a row of positive cash flow. Now that's not gonNA lost the level. It is because it needs to invest invest in new equipment and new production. We got the model y coming out this year. We've got an electric pickup truck that we will see in the sidetrack coming out maybe next year and say you know they'll be moments when tested generates more prophet unless but I think the key point is it shamed that it can make money at a grace margin level. Just the amount of profit makes per vehicle. It's doing quite nicely more cars. It produces the more it can cover these basic CASA as of you've development and all it's ever heads so the model is starting to work and I think people feel pretty confident about it. I mean it's still a very long way from justifying anything. Nothing light the current share price. But at least it's not heading for bankruptcy anymore and do you think Ilan might be tempted
Automated Machine Learning with Erez Barak
"All right everyone I am here in Orlando at Microsoft ignite. And I've got the pleasure of sitting with Ariza Barack Ariza's group manager for as you're as welcome to the uh-huh podcast. Thank you thank you great to be here. Great to be with you. Sound super excited about this conversation. We will be diving into a topic that is generating raining a lot of excitement in the industry. And that is Auto Amal and the automation of the data science process But before we dig into to that. I'd love to hear how you got started working in Melanie. I it's a great question because I've been working with data for quite a while and I think roughly about five to ten years ago. It became apparent that the next chapter for anyone working with data has to we've itself so the AI world and the world of opportunity with AI is really really only limited by the amount of data. You have the the uniqueness of the day you have and access you have data And once you're able to connect those two worlds and a lot of things like predictions new insights new directions sort of come out of the woodwork. So seeing that opportunity imagining that potential has naturally led me to work with the. I was lucky. Enough to join the AZURE. Ai Group and does really three focus areas within that group. One of them is machine learning. How do we enable data scientists of those skills to operate through the machine learning life cycle starting from the data to the training registering the mouse to put them in productions in managing them a process? We call Emma Lops so just looking at that end to end and understanding understanding how we enable others to really go through that process in a responsible trusted in known way. There's been a super exciting journey so far and so did you. Do you come at this primarily from a data science perspective or research perspective engineering perspective. I I think one of the above or all of the above. You know I'm actually going to go with all of the above. I think it'd be remiss to think that if you're gonna hit it from a data science perspective live and you're trying to build a product. Yeah really looking to build the right set of products for people to use as they go through their journey. You'd you'd probably miss out on an aspect of it if you think about. The engineering perspective will probably end up with great. Infrared doesn't align with any of the data science. So you really you gotta think between the two worlds and how one empowers the other. You really gotta figure out where most data scientists ovo skills need to help. WanNa help are looking for tools and products and services on Azure to help them out. And I think that's the part I find and most compelling sort of figuring that out and then really going deep where you land right because if we end up a billing sticky. We're going to spend a whole lot of time with our the data signs customers data science internal teams and figure out. Well how should I look like but if you're building something like ultra mel that that's targeted not only at the deeper data scientists but also the deeper rooted data professionals. You WanNA spend some time with them and understand not only what they need but Kahad that applies to the world of data science. And what were you working on before Azzura. So before as R- a Microsoft I worked for a team in culture data retreated created the set of data platforms for our internal teams and prior to joining Microsoft. I worked in the marketing automation. Space Company called op Fai and again the unique assets. We were able to bring to the table as part of op. Find the world of marketing automation were always data-based. We're always sort of looking at the data assets marketers had instead. What else can we get out of it? Machine learning wasn't as prevalent at the time. But you could track back to a lot of what we did at that time. And how machine learning would have helped if it was used on such a general basis. Yeah one of the first Machine learning being use cases that I worked with were With folks that were doing trying to do like lead scoring and likelihood likelihood to buy propensity to buy types of use cases. I mean that's been going on for a really long time. So we're on a podcast so you can see me smiling but we did a lot out of a worker on building glow lead scoring okay and you ristic's and manual realistic sense of general us. Ticks and you're is that the customer could customize and today today you've seen that to really evolved to a place where there's a lot of machine learning behind I mean it's perfect for machine learning right you've got all data it's fresh it's coming. You know does insights sites. That are really hard to find out once you start slicing and dicing it by regions or by size of customers. It gets even more interesting. So the whole the makings for you're adding machine learning really make. You are getting pretty excited about various Nice Nice. You want to dive into talking about auto. I Mel this is probably for the level of excitement that and demand for Ah Auto Amal and enthusiasm That folks have for the topic not to mention the amount of confusion that there is for the topic. I probably not covered it nearly enough on the podcast. You know certainly when I think of when I think of Auto Amal there's a long kind of academic history behind the technical approaches that That drive it it. But it was really popularized For many You know with Google's cloud autumn L. Twenty eighteen and like before that they had this New York Times. Sometimes you know they had this PR win. That was like a New York Times article talking about how you know I was GonNa create itself and I think that contributed a lot to for lack of a better term in the space but then we see it. You know all over the place. There are other approaches. More focused on kind of citizen data data science. I love to just start with how you define Auto Amal and you know is is is your take on it as a space and you know it's role and importance that kind of thing I think I can. I really relate to many of the things things you touched on. So maybe I'll start and this is true for many things. We do Adra but definitely for Auto Mail on your point around academic roots Microsoft Microsoft. Has this division gold. Sr Microsoft Research. And it's really a set of researchers who look into leading edge topics and drive the world of research in different areas and that is when we first got in our team introduced to Oto Mel. So so they've been doing. Research of a subset of that team has been doing research around the ultimate meal area for quite a few years. They've been looking looking at it. There have been thinking. Well you know it started yes. I've heard centers AI. Making A. I don't know when he started getting into it. Like what does it me. And then it means to be honest. It means a lot of things to many people. It's quite normal. Used will be quite frank. There is no one standard industry the standard definition. That says. Here's what I can tell you what it is for us to continue what it is for our customers. I can tell you where we're seeing. It make a ton of impact and it comes to using machine learning capabilities in order to help you being the data scientists create machine capabilities in a more efficient in a more accurate in a more structured fashion.
Lebanon protesters and Hezbollah, Amal supporters clash in Beirut
"They've been more clashes between rival political factions in the Lebanese capital Beirut from there his mountain patience this was the second night of violence in the capital when supporters of the prime minister clash with members from the Hezbollah and the animal groups gunfire was heard in the Cola district of the CCA but there have so far been no reports of any injuries elsewhere in the country thanks to rob a protest camp until mom the mass demonstrations have been largely peaceful but with no resolution in Sony's many Lebanese fear the political crisis could become increasingly
Mexico is sending its national guard to its southern border
"After intense. US pressure including tariff threats. Mexico sent the National Guard would southern border to stop migrants from other countries trying to transit transit through the US. Mexico also agreed this year to let people seeking asylum wait in Mexico while the US processes cases from K.. Jay Z's Mexico. Oh City bureau Rodriguez savant as reports on what those changes mean for Mexico. Southern border with Guatemala in Guatemala is just south of you evaluate Mexican tied by culture and trait and separated by a river watermelon and makes a living by taking people back and forth on. He's raft. I come on Saturday. He tells me rights have dropped seventy percent in just a few months points to a raft sailing to Guatemala loaded with inexpensive Mexican. Good's sake you'll says you don't see many wraps like that anymore. Mexico grand silent to foreigners who want to pass through the country to reach the US but he tightened its border with what Amal after president trump threatened tariffs if it didn't stop those those migrants instead Lopez Sell Street food on the Mexican side of the river and says almost no one from Guatemala. Coming to her business anymore foul the enough that the both of feeling everything was fine until the people from the migration office the army and the Marines showed up and this has severely affected. Our sales sales ended up a true love. The largest Mexican city near the watermelon border thousands of refugees have been stranded for months. Temporary permit only allows them to work and live in the city Alexander Lhasa. The doctor from Cuba wants to go to the. US physical eight zero when she moved by in Los Angeles says that Bachelor has few jobs and those that are available. Don't pay well like other migrants here in Los Angeles is the only thing he wants from. The Mexican government is permission to go to the the American Border
WeWork And The Future Of Coworking
"This message comes from NPR sponsor xfinity some things are slow like simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply after investors took a close look at the company's books and lost confidence in what they found there here is Stacey Vanek Smith and Cardiff Garcia from NPR's Daily Economics podcast. The came we work we work was not boring or beige it was this whole new way London earlier this year the company was estimated to be worth forty seven billion dollars Sir look at we works books and investors freaked out the companies rolling company I'm all Sarda is the CEO of a company called Motel which he would basically no tell does compete with we work yeah though Amal does say that they have different companies and it will probably benefit from we works implosion though a mall says probably L. Answers or working for tiny startups most of us just worked for big boring companies enterprises. They believe they're big oh in the last couple of years we worked did start to target bigger binny's on the other hand tend to make for more stable tenants and also they just have more money five hundred dollars a month and that is just for access to the lounge common area if you want in extremely price sensitive and they have much cheaper options and if those
Miami Dolphins, Pat Flaherty And T. A. discussed on KCBS Radio Afternoon News
"The Miami Dolphins fired first year offense of line coach Pat Flaherty one week into training camp the dolphins liner struggled throughout the spring O. T. A.'s and in training camp so far in the dolphins replace flirty with Dave visual Amal who as C. colts offense of line coach
All the Details on Meghan Markle's Rumored Collab With British Vogue
"Okay foot were talking about meghan markle meghan markle is in talks with the boat have a regular column in both magazine to you acting uk titians focusing on her charity work after amal clooney incurred to that's just that's just to promote her philanthropy projects as nestle's meghan markle is in discussions with vogue editor in chief about writing a regular column focusing on her charity work but magazine the monthly feature would be similar to the article being put together to accompany her upcoming super the september issue in the uk oh she sings september and uk interest exactly yeah i mean this is such a great idea like so she can't be like photographed in both every month because then it's just like tacky like a column is so elevated it's so procedures 'em i love the idea of doing it american uk she's really a blogger at her heart rate teacher well there's that she had called on obese rita yeah duct tape after that do know it was a real word new wasn't it would look at it was i remember going to sit there like the it girl taped pig pig pig now like which one is the the it girl i can't wait i like i like to think about like let's say ten years ago meghan markle about the opportunities you have a column at both like she would've litter chopped above her right arm opportunity you know now it's just like being served on a silver platter along with some fish and chips you know and if they can she be bothered who do you think's gonna be under you ask september issue about 'em arianna guerande as of today is this month issue her pop right now were in july so she's on august issue within the last one step beyond say remember i think it was historic what yeah that sounds about right volunteer last year ten it was i dunno also came on a recently and there's like a big deal z american folk and you were talking about now that was american jews on the cover of w r l one of those hits w kim when she had the wet look oh yeah that that wasn't bizarre woman september you know so that
George Clooney: Amal and I 'have real security issues on a daily basis' due to ISIS case
"That George Clooney's like terrorism fighter? He went to ghanistan started fighting the no, no, no, no, no, no, no. This is this is a wild story. He's telling USA today, this publish this morning Amal, and I have real security issues on a daily basis due to ISIS. So I I was curious about this. He said as a mall, Clooney brings charges against ISIS in the French courts. Her husband, George Clooney is opening up about the frequent security risks. They face with their two children, one year old twins, Alexandra and Ella Alexander in Ella. My wife is taking the first case against ISIS to court. We have plenty of issues real proper security issues that we have to deal with on a daily basis, Clooney, a human rights activist in his own. Right. Told the Hollywood reporter we don't really want our kids to be targets so we have to pay attention to that. He's married to Amal who's a human rights lawyer. He added that he lives a pretty good life. I have a beautiful wife and two beautiful kids, but there are things you miss, I miss being able to walk with our kids in central park. So, what's, what's happening is? Amal Clooney is suing the ISIS organization, such as it is taking them to court because of their abuse of, of the women and girls who are victims of organized rape, and sex assault sex slavery, enforced marriage last month. She asked the UN Security Council to prosecute his lawn estate extremists in Iraq and Syria for rape arguing that, if the UN's most powerful body cannot prevent atrocities of sexual violence from happening in wartime. Then it must at least punish it and make Justice for victims of priority. Now I'm all about, like making fun of idiots in Hollywood and they're with their but you know what I gotta give them credit? This is like real deal stuff. I mean, this is actually like trying to save lives. Get Justice for these people who were just viciously abused. I think it is. I think it is important to see somebody step up and lead this fight. But God, you think about this. And you, you are painting, a Jain Norma's target on your back where you can travel what you can do where your kids can go. I mean it is it is it is a big big deal, and it is a frightening deal, by the way, at the bottom of the hour, we're going to be joined by James Hurson, our good friend, and we're going to get a good sense of what it is. That's happening with this Bill bar investigation. But in terms of that story of the, you know, in terms of that story with, with ISIS, and with Clooney, and his wife, you know, I think it's important that we that we do remember that there are people trying to fight this fight on a lot of different levels. And yeah, you know it's easy to. Look at her, and it's easy to say he's just married to a rich guy, and he's just superstar and all that you always worry about your kids. And you're gonna have to worry about your kids forever, and ever and ever. And that's the that's the frightening. Situation
Sleep Deprivation and Clogged Arteries
"I'm exhausted. Could you pour me another Cup of coffee done, though, you know, coffee won't undo the damage of a poor night of sleep. I know I know people tell me all the time that not getting enough sleep can eventually clogged arteries, which could cause a heart attack, or stroke. But how does that happen? Anyway, slides are totally sure yet, but they did do study with mice that brings us closer to an answer. The team of researchers looked at mice genetically predisposed to clogged arteries and deprive them of sleep for twelve weeks. Compared to my set slept soundly, these sleep deprived, mice had more plaque in their arteries and higher levels of certain types of white blood cells. We usually think of white blood cells as a good thing. They can make matters worse here because they rushed to the damage blood vessels arteries. And end up spawning cells that create more plaque. Scientists also found war levels of Hypo. Creden Amal Q produced by the hypothalamus and the sleep deprived. Mice this molecule prevents about it from producing too many white blood cells by putting the brakes on production, the team, propose that sleep deprivation lowers levels of hypoc creden, which means there's nothing stopping the mices bodies from overproducing immune cells, and that excess increases plaque buildup and these clogged arteries, there might be other factors involved. And of course, the process might not be the same in humans sell their research, sounds promising, I think I'm going to ask you to repeat all that to me after I've had another Cup of coffee. This moment of science comes from Indiana University, where on the web at a moment of science dot org. I'm Yahya Cassandra. And I'm Don glass.
Three hacks to pay attention to
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. Create and publish a stunning website all from one powerful platform, go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w I x dot com in stay tuned after the show to hear you can take advantage of special offer for talking tech listeners, everyone Jefferson Graham here USA day talking tech the weekend addition where look back at the stories of the week in this week. I think it's kind of obvious in the internet age trust. No, one in verify everything three events this week that we should all pay attention to a thumb drive a hack phone and a fatal outcome from hopping in an unconfirmed. Uber. Welcome to today's age consider a woman strolls onto president Donald Trump's Merrill, laga resort with four cell phones laptop and a thumb drive that thority say was full Amal wear. Now who knows just how extreme the malware was. But let's face it. It wasn't good after she got past secret service checkpoints, she was stopped by the hotel's reception staff, and she was caught before it was too late. Jeff Bezos, often characterized as the world's richest man, thanks to the billions earned from his Amazon dot com also had people but his phone they alleged got hacked by the Saudis security experts. We spoke to think it was either a fishing link which got clicked in. Abled, malware or simply putting malicious code onto a website that he visited bazo says personal information was stolen from his phone a university of South Carolina student or did an Uber over the weekend. And she stepped into a car. She assumed was belonging to the driver. It wasn't. She got killed later that night police announced on Monday for the millions of us who use right Haley, apps like Uber and left. Remember this? The name of the driver and the license plate for his or her car are labeled in the app. Double check it before you get into the car and have the driver announced his or her name as far as protecting yourself when it comes to have your phone hacked once again class. Remember, don't put important personal information on your phone unless you wish it to be and others hands have different passwords for every website. You go to and use two factor authentication using a code as your secondary method of logging in to beef up your credentials. If you. Get hat change. All your passwords when using public WI fi -ssume that everything you're typing can be read by others. If you don't want it reprinted don't type it better yet subscribed to a virtual private network app to use while in public wifi like Nord VPN or safer VPN, which will help you secure your signal have questions about online security. I'm here to help look for the Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham, you've been listening to talking tech. We subscribe to a show wherever you listen on my Nadia and thanks again for listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. Have a business idea you're ready to grow or a story ready to share? But not quite sure how wicks can help with that wicks allows you to build a professional website any way you want start from scratch or choose from over five hundred sophisticated templates, and customization is a breeze. You can push the limits of web design without spending hours on coating easily. Personalize your site with hundreds of design features like galleries video backgrounds and custom forms. Wicks is the most technologically advanced website building platform available. No wonder over one hundred forty million people are already users build a website if your very own with wicks today for free, and if you go to wicks dot com and use the coupon code talking you'll get ten percent off any premium plan with wicks premium plans, you get more storage, a free domain for a year and much much more. That's wicks dot com code talking for ten percent off any premium plan.
Gayle King shares details about Meghan Markle's baby shower
"Meghan Markle's friends through her a baby shower in New York City yesterday ahead of her April due date among the big name guests at the fair Amal Clooney, Serena Williams and CBS's Gayle king. But I hope she won't mind me sharing this because I've never seen anything like this at a baby shower, they did flower decorations flower arranging, they brought in somebody to explain how to arrange flowers we all each made an individual base and then Megan at the request got in touch with an organization, I've never heard of repeat roses and all of those have donated to different charities. It was Marcos first trip to the US intermarriage to Prince Harry last
Everything We Know About Meghan Markle's Lavish Baby Shower
"Well, you know what we weren't invited to? Yeah. I know again, Royal baby shower that's happening right now at the Mark hotel, the penthouse suite that Serena Williams ranked it out in paid for and coordinated an organized a two hundred thousand dollars shower for Meghan Markle. They should call that hotel the Markle stat. Yes, I absolutely loved that Vanity Fair before you tell us who's at the shower Vanity Fair had a breakdown of who paid for what for this trip. I looked at Kensington palaces Twitter feed nothing about the duchess of Sussex. She is taking care of everything herself by just being in New York. The press is just following her and positive stories of our American Princess. But so Vanity Fair has a breakdown of who paid. It wasn't Prince Charles just come aronie the stylus paid from Megan's private plane flight to New York. I love the Rena Williams is picking up the tab for the hotel baby shower, and how much was it again. Well, the the rooms at two hundred thousand dollars. Okay. The only thing that British taxpayers are footing. The Bill for this is for British people. Yes. Is Meghan security. And even then the American State Department security are part of her entourage while she's in America. So they're so they're Serena's also for the people who are staying at the Mark hotel, picking up their tab, and their rooms are seventy five thousand dollars a night. Yeah. All right. Well, here's who's there. Amal Clooney showed up and she was wearing a pair of her shoes were on sale from seven hundred thirty five hundred thirty one dollars lovely Meghan Rooney. Who you said, Yep. Jessica her designer another designer pal Michel Nunu. She's the one didn't she introduce make the make cute introduction. I've heard different ones because they had a guy there. And they said he was the one who introduced so who the heck knows preoccupied Chopra is known to be there, a friend from Northwestern University is there Lindsey Roth. Actors janna. We don't know any of these people probably a couple of her cast mates from suits. I would think. Two of them. And I don't know their names. I looked at my bread know exactly that they are one was Janna Gava tar and Abigail Spencer because they were at the wedding her co-stars. Were there? Well, it's amazing because the British media are screeching. So steadily about everything she does. Now, one of the stories I saw Megan doesn't have any friends in the UK. So she had to go to
Hot Wheels are still a 800 million dollar business
"Popular toys, like animatronic pets called hatch Amal's pretty different from fifty years ago in the hottest toy was a tiny die cast metal car Hot Wheels debuted in nineteen sixty eight and they were everything Mattel has sold more than six billion since then the popularity of Hot Wheels has dipped at times and the maker Mattel recently lost a big distributor when toys R us shut down. But the toy cars have endured Mattel brought in eight hundred and forty seven million dollars from Hot Wheels products last year. Marketplace's were not a sago has more. Once a month fifty five year old car fanatic. Tom Wilson transforms four thousand square foot. Banquet hall in Orlando into the central Florida die cast collectors show, dozens of vendors, including Wilson line rows of tables with the cars, mostly Hot Wheels by model and color and trade them or sell them for you. Get a two dollar discount or for ten. Yeah. This is one of many affairs that take place across the country for diehard die-cast car collectors here in Orlando. I saw middle aged men lectuing plastic bags filled with cars to add to their collections of hundreds a little girl selling her yard sale. Fines for twenty five cents a bother pushing a stroller and FaceTime ING, his own dad to look at the cars or Wilson. This is the charm of Hot Wheels anybody body in between can collect these cars. Wilson was five years old when he got his first Hot Wheels. He recalls seeing a commercial in his. Living room TV in Madison, Indiana, new their offense. There faster miniature mental cars you've ever seen images in the ad which featured I ever Hot Wheels cars like custom Camaro and the silhouette shook his little world. Two boys were in a house racing shiny. Carson looked way fancier than the dinged up. Plastic toy cars he was used to these new bills came with a Cup of bile Paulo Valjean. There's been chrome engines rents by pricing attract on which the cars could do loops Wilson remembers getting cars with super shiny paint and red stripes on the tires all for the cost of a few pieces of candy ninety eight cents. You take it out of the boxer. It would it would just glow, and we would racial, and then we would get mad at each other course, and chase each other around the house with these orange tricks that were of course, so separately. So why were hot wheel such big sellers fifty years ago? Cris Newsome runs a shop in Branson, Missouri. Call the world's largest toy museum. He says the original sixteen Hot Wheels cars seemed innovative just the design on them was far and above beyond anything else that had come out just because they were so low friction, and they really moved fast just a tiny push could really make them go. The original cars were designed by General Motors engineer and an actual rocket science. Scientists they focused on making better wheels than the ones on matchbox cars which had been on the market for fifteen years. Matchbox cars, stay true to the design of real cars, but toy industry analyst Richard got leave says hot wills were different. Some of them weren't real cars. They were more based on fantasy. There was just a little more eccentricity and therefore little more excitement ten years ago. Mattel soda diamond encrusted toy car to Mark Hot Wheels. Fortieth anniversary the price tag on that one hundred forty thousand dollars, but because of volume selling and cheap Chinese manufacturing folks can still pick up a basic Hot Wheels for about a dollar. That's the same price as fifty years ago when the little cars rolled out of store aisles into parking spaces under a whole lot of Christmas treats, I'm we're not a go for marketplace.
"amal" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Time is two thirty two time for traffic and transit on the twos. Here's Brian Ramona. Can't we have an update now on the situation on ninety five southbound? So we are bumper to bumper approaching bridge street down to Allegheny. So there's a serious accident. We had a little help from the Philadelphia police department helicopter. We add a picture of the accident. That has all lanes shut down. Now, they are taking traffic off at Allegheny and getting you right back on on the Allegheny on ramp. So it's not a big huge problem where you have to go through a neighborhood. You're just going to get off the highway and get back on but the delay isn't going away real quickly. So again watch out for that. Now, we're seeing delays northbound in that area as well could be agape or delay. And we've also had a report of a hit and run accident on the northbound side, they'll also southbound on ninety five you're heavy from Ridley park to three fifty two. We have that disabled van is still in the right lane. We're waiting for somebody to come help this poor fellow. But he's out there with no flashers. No, nothing. Might be completely dead. Now, if you're getting onto the blue route near that point, you are seeing delays northbound between mcdade boulevard and route one southbound heavy between Broome all and the route one interchange and also jammed with the ramp to ninety five south Schuylkill expressway cleared out mostly but still delays eastbound between Montgomery and Gerard. Westbound from city out to the curb Martin Luther King drive still closed for recreational use down the sweet briar drive on the jersey side of things. The majors are looking good on the Middle East furniture jam Cam, the styles you love for less. The Commodore Barry bridge heavy heading into bed Selena due to construction only one lane getting by transit's. Okay. Next update less than ten minutes. I'm Brian Ramona. The TruMark financial twenty four hour traffic center, your time to thirty three. This search continues this morning for the gunman who opened fire yesterday afternoon outside the Springfield ball in Delaware County. This led to evacuations Amal was closed for several hours as investigators search for clues part of the mall. Stay closed the entire night. With.
"amal" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Human rights lawyer Amal Clooney addressed the United Nations as she represents two. Reuters. Journalists in prison in Myanmar. She urged the Nobel peace laureate who leads the government to undo what she calls a miscarriage of Justice today. She holds the key. The key to their liberty. The key to reuniting them with young children the key to freedom of the press. LSU's men's basketball. Coach will Wade call the fatal shooting of his twenty year old basketball player. Wade SIMS a coach's worst nightmare. Everybody liked anybody. He came in contact with your medically just just loved him loved his personality. He was just a blast to be around more than twenty million people watch yesterday as Christine Blasi Ford and supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh testified about her sexual assault allegations against him proteins and Barbara Kusak. And I'm Charlie Pellett at Bloomberg world headquarters, tesla plunged thirteen point nine percent, a securities and Exchange Commission lawsuit has raised questions about Elon Musk's future. At tesla. David Welsh is Bloomberg's Detroit bureau chief really the tesla brand is Moscow are the things that we've been talking about over the past couple of months. The fact that he tweets out major news about the company in this case very misguided way of doing it. But some of the product news net sort of thing his fans while they haven't direct connection to him. Right. The smoking on a webcast. He's a rogue CEO. He's the end to Toyota or the General Motors and Colin Russia's analyst at Oppenheimer he has an outperform rating on the stock with a three hundred eighty five dollar price target as we look at next week and the reporting of production and delivery numbers, we think there's actually a positive catalyst next week. Although you need to get a little bit ginger tenderly with the stock given all of that unrest. Among the day's economic reports, the university of Michigan's national consumer sentiment index for September rose to a six-month high and with more here's Bloomberg's Vinny Del Giudice confidence in America's economy remained, solid based on the university's data at one hundred point one the index is close to a fourteen year, high almost half of consumers anticipate, their finances will improve at the same time a third or worried about the impact of White House tariffs, and he dealt you. Nice Bloomberg radio. According to the land report, Bill Gates met one hundred and seventy one million dollars to buy fourteen thousand five hundred acres of farmland in southern Washington. The most expensive US land sale so far this year as some P five hundred index changed ending the week of twenty nine thirteen. The Dow up eighteen up less than one tenth of one percent. Nasdaq also higher by less than one tenth of one percent. Global news twenty four hours a day on air end tick tock on Twitter, powered by more. More than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Charlie Pellett. This is Bloomberg. This.
"amal" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Cumulus station. ABC news live and local at one o'clock. I'm rob marincos. The Senate could be forced to delay of vote on supreme court nominee Brett Kavanagh's confirmation. F- Republican Senator Jeff flake called up for a one week pause. So the FBI can investigate sexual assault allegations made against Kevin correspondent, Sunlen Serfaty reports from Capitol Hill that Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski supports the investigation. Notably says yes, I do. I support FBI having an opportunity to have some closure on this. She importantly did say it has to be limited in scope. Meanwhile, a high school friend of bread cavenaugh says he will cooperate with any law enforcement agency that will confidentially investigate sexual misconduct allegations against him and cavenaugh Mark judge sent assign letter to the Senate Judiciary committee today saying he categorically denies sexual misconduct allegations made by Julius sweat. Mickey says what Knicks allegations are so bizarre. And he would remember actions that were so outlandish the lawyer representing two Reuters journalists in prison in Myanmar is urging the government to undo what she calls a miscarriage of Justice in a speech at the United Nations human rights, lawyer Amal Clooney says the Nobel peace laureate who leads the government of Myanmar Aung San Suu key get sent journalists free today, she holds the key. The key to that. Liberty. The key to reuniting them with a young children. The key to freedom of the press. President Trump has signed the eight hundred fifty four billion dollar spending Bill to keep the federal government open through December seventh in doing. So averts the government shutdown in the weeks leading up to the November midterm elections. White House officials said the president signed the legislation to fund the military and several civilian agencies today without journalists present and just an amazing story of survival. After a jetliner went down in the South Pacific, right off the coast. Oh. We came. We came in very low Bill Jane's who.
"amal" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"I did attend to remind the owners and lake coamo pencilling lately home there's a lake coamo pennsylvania look at all like lake coamo in italy i could tell last time i was thrown back casa migas with ms with clooney with mr clooney and amal at his lake homo mandate i have to say that it didn't remind me of my jewish camp in the pocono mountains nor did remind me of the canoes okay jake tapper real fake news you briefly attended the school of cinematic arts it's true after i graduate from dartmouth ninety one and everybody was going to law school and i decided to go to film school and i went to usc for one semester did you make a christmas movie about movie about terrorists anywhere shape or form involving los angeles building i did not very off your first onscreen credits for the role of spencer on all my children real news or fake news for jake tie did that's that's interesting i don't know if it's my first onscreen credit but when the lead launched and it was two thousand thirteen we did a lot of different kinds of stories the new cycle was very different than it is today all right so we could do export things and we did a thing about how they were trying to reap to bring back soap operas on the internet and i did play a center spencer phillips tv as part of my i did a story about them doing this and then they brought me in as an act also so this is sort of like george plumpton paper tiger paper labor line exactly exactly that's what i thought of it at the time you're you have a writing credit for the tv movie documentary leonard skinner's uncivil war i was the host and reporter for that on vh one there were six months of my life where i worked worked for h o and i was trying to learn how to tv and that was the very first project leonard skinner it was an exploration into what happened with the band leonard scattered and diehard leonard skinner no but it was about how about how the band was fueling and why they were and all this other stuff it was you can find it on youtube i think you'd enjoy it did you say the words tied to the whipping tapper now we focused a little bit more on free bird sweet home alabama but but i got to meet a number of the surviving members at the very end i went to the crash site where member band johnny ryan and others had died and it was pretty it was pretty remarkable your page credits an alternate name of jake trapper i don't know that that's fake news fake nets seems like fake news more and then you you're credited an episode seven as disgruntled eagles fan and the two thousand two dallas cowboys season of hard knocks that real news or fake news that's fake news i think you made that up sniffed it up that was jake trapper that might have been jake trappers i met at the super bowl i met some of the gang from it's always sunny in philadelphia and and it was it was lovely and then i found out that they were filming episodes takes place at the super bowl and i was upset that i didn't get to recreate it so that was partly cloudy partly cloudy it was upsetting great to see you thanks again great the busy man you're jet lagged like crazy the hellfire club check it out where books are sold everywhere and then cnn would the lead with jake tapper the first lead item today that we have now found out is going to be about the return of the glow puck too quickly demand my demand of the return of the gains sometimes they get a little irate when it comes to what's going on in the news and the the way that i can't see where the puck is one of the puck that's really everybody where the puck is are you able to follow him pretty pretty much state of the union with jake tapper every single sunday at nine in eastern nine am in noon eastern great to see i get to take the stuff whatever's not nailed down you make bats five finger discounting jake tapper thank you so much i appreciate new.
"amal" Discussed on LadyGang
"Woo foreplay that's w o four play f o r p l a y so go over there and i need you guys to try this out because we've had a lot of girls in the late again tried out in a lot of them are buying more and more because it's a really really really good so get your sef's on and you need to go over to get over to get your ten percent off your first order with free shipping at www dot wu for play that's w o f o r p l a y dot com and enter promo code lady gang again woo foreplay dot com enter promo code lady gang for ten percent off your first order with free shipping the lady welcome back i've so many more things to talk about i'm going to continue on the fashion train and talk about all the beautiful guests at the wedding first of all why the quiz amal clooney there does anyone know the connection other than fellow humanitarian like guys my head was spinning when amal clooney was there are they friend ends how do you become friends with them all clooney does amal clooney want to be friends with becca jack and i i mean this is a seal list actress who has now become a princess and friends with amal clooney i don't even care about george georgia's over george is nine hundred ninety six like i cared about george back at the first ocean's eleven or oceans nine ocean's one or whatever it was like i have moved on from george and i am fully invested in a mall and i am shook with that they were at the wedding i had heard serena williams i've seen them together they've been photographed together they've been at charity events together i've never seen a mock looney and megan together i've meghan was not in any george clooney movies i bet she didn't even get an addition for those movies so i'm just saying it's crazy and then the fact that not only george in a mall there but they were in the vip section so you guys know there was two sections of the church the people in the back of the church.
"amal" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"That fire gotten more play out of a more recognition from singing at the royal wedding and obviously that the point of it but that was replayed over and over and over again that's the kingdom choir i was surprised they were a british gospel group i thought they were american i didn't know they had gospel choirs and other parts of the world new so the british i had no idea i thought that was a uniquely american thing and i thought it was really cool that sounds great they were phenomenal and then when they after they had walked out of the church they also saying jesus loves me and they also did the amen man that thing they did that they were phenomenal i wanted to hear more from them how many people watching the royal wedding were hoping that they just broke out i was waiting for them to rock it out i'm like yes the gospel choir this is going to be great because i love gospel choir so this is going to be fantastic they're so joyous so i was waiting for the clap in started this way on like here they go here they go and they did there are a little strain for you were a little restraint gospel it out i thought they i thought they were fantastic i was expecting i was waiting for the rocking and they started a rock and then i go come on star clapping come on it's a little bit of swaying that's up that was it just little swing all right by the way i wanna say if you watch i had a wonderful time i watched it with my friends i brought the leftovers into work work today we had such a good time watching this the leftovers are great i have to say you don't thought looked phenomenal this wedding not amal clooney amal clooney got all of the all the recognition of she's wearing like this mustard yellow dress and by the way wound up on several worst dress lissette lists by the way let me just say about a mall and i was like people were tweeting this like it was the greatest thing that ever happened yeah but she was on she made some more stress lists i didn't like what she wore.
"amal" Discussed on AM Joy
"A lot of black people did not expect this from megan markle because of her history even though she talks about race she talks about being of mixed race in her mother's you know black african heritage but what she does not do is really talk about black lives matter she doesn't really talk about those issues confronting african americans you know in the united stuff so she's now she's going to become a royal where she really is not going to be allowed to speak out about these platform kony true civilization that's how they achieved it i'm sorry i know this is very important up on the celebrity just for a second amal clooney in that incredible stella mccartney oprah winfrey still mccartney discuss this to queens referred to herself as sasha fierce is not part of the black tastic force of these superhero women so michelle obama beyond say reno let's show the cake can we show the cake we know that the cake is a lemon and elder flower they dispense with the traditional fruitcake we'd have a picture of it oh my gosh well maybe a better than a picture i've decided that in commemoration pot we are popping bottles so it's limited elder flour cake so last night i experimented with time for that had a little bit of a little bit myself but we decided the perfect cocktail to celebrate this occasion is that you can do a limited elder flower cocktail right someone to give you guys the ingredients we don't normally do on the show that is rachel maddow's thing but i'm going to.
"amal" Discussed on WINS 1010
"To cash one oh six not guilty the widow the gunman who opened fire at the pulse nightclub killing forty nine in orlando in two thousand sixteen has been acquitted noor salman sobbed when the jury found her not guilty of helping her husband the verdict left orlando police chief john mina surprised and disappointed when i talk with the fbi shortly after they relate to me she definitely knew and could have prevented this tragedy the jury though sided with the defense which cast salman is easily manipulated cheated on and abused someone who signed a false confession because she feared losing her young son her family said she would return to california to be reunited with him and undergo therapy correspondent aaron katersky reporting an independent autopsy on stefan clark shows the unarmed black man shot by sacramento police eight times seven times in the back for renzo follow just dr bennett amal was hired by attorneys for the family of this bullets independently possessed a fatal capacity meaning of audits seven ali need to have died was just one up is southern amal says it took clark up to ten minutes to pass away police said clark was facing officers advancing toward them they say they thought he had a gun did not approach them for about five minutes louisiana police chief fired the white offer fisher who shot and killed a black man named alton sterling during a struggle outside a convenience store baton rouge nearly two years ago officer blamed simoni was fired less than a week after louisiana state attorney general ruled out criminal charges.
"amal" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"A haircut her a possible i dunno in a in a doctor's office and the doctor's office i'm always thinking how much influence is crawling around on this picture of george clooney on the cover i really am i'm thinking man well i'm looking out i'll keep going on man how much surpluses on the second page your with oprah oh and i touched it i touched it anyway a mall and i are this is this is clooney talk and let's see if we got a ruling on this yet george clooney's wife i ha george clooney's wife amal almaden is a suny muslim well how how you know uh a few are ever in a country where bond she was surround with sunni muslim she'd be stoned to death for roh well marrying sleeping with being unveiled worth an infidel anyway according to the hollywood reporter poet and scale back to the to the statement amal and i are inspired george clooney in his muslim wife are inspired by the courage and eloquence of these young men and women from stone douglas high school our family will be there are march 2004 so he's going to be there with george clooney standing with the children sidebyside with this incredible generation of young people from all over the country and in the name of our children ele and alexander were donating five hundred thousand dollars to help pay for the groundbreaking event well truth be told their financing a propaganda campaign this is a propaganda campaign to further put children endanger in harm's way because they want to ban the ability with which lawabiding citizens would stand against evil the coming after their children can you make that cognitive weep if you can't you have no business having a degree in education were possibly being administrators score if no business doing that is you cannot make that cabinet of li according to the hollywood reporter the katzenberg spielberg and winfrey will join the clooney's and donate five hundred k each for blablabla bust bilberg said in a statement young students.
"amal" Discussed on Channel 955
"Discovered in mexican spices and tipped it warned notch of cheese sauce are very real and delicious well i'm going to introduce low doboj elaine hill the mojo in the morning show amal over a g now mojo in the morning show your home of the phone scams caleb has been sleeping until noon every day which is pretty much what you probably should do if you're not working or your offer school his mom wants us to wake him up with a phone scam spike is going to be the annoying telemarketing sales guy hair color you're all the folks this is mojo in the morning hello good morning to you sir my name is brick mick nato calling from youtube we're contacting some of our best customers and by that i mean you've been pinpointed by your internet service provider to be the most active and connective users in our area is this kayla bump speaking with uh yeah great kid will be from not mistaken your internet use shows you do enjoy surfing the internet on your laptop and your iphone is this correct sir well at various do young man so i will just cut the ball dookie and get to the chase i am selling something my friend this is a special offer that we are offering only to a select few people that would benefit from this so i don't want you to go post this on facebook or twitter because your friends and family won't find the same kind of deal same price caleb i'm offering you at an unbelievable introductory rate a subscription to youtube magazine the only magazine worldwide that lets you see the best of youtube or it's youtube magazine here's a special deal were offering today laggy room.
"amal" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
"No them and man both view god the thank god oh god god oh man huawei in the no man back garmin the ugh well look must assume a bunch of wrong being a mitchell the men and two thousand sri of rain sale lagged watt as a bolo low amal shook up new who mahanama singing deka mom needs a wind attend seems than mahomed who through youth by going yupao such a got love amal shook who yes don't ask made ones milan will take stock of being button what are needed that is the beach so as scares has made a death wish it tightens book the july gone okay militants hot mountain proud to say to sheep month but cutting love amal shook move hey but tom gets todd blundell dry spring i inside shakhbulat baby boy treat as only one of his body of mine that stuck out that girl that love solve sit tight bitten bejing loud gun balloons the buck will gain on friday the cdc month but cutting bump love amal shook up new yay burn amal show go two england honda junior an actual one oh man it's to me though though weighing in things around everything good money friday nine arrived with soon zone name all he dreaming lying unknown when these timeshares learn to times boom may the all and uh lamy answer one news on you man though oh well sure the uh uh wayne amen hang on the man is soon dude amusing game y'all the.
"amal" Discussed on Super Station 101
"You know still coming over the news stories we've got some funny stories we also are still to get to the bottom of this amtrak crash that took a hundred people to the hospital while i think we'll get to the bottom of enemy well yes but there's pretty it's not explanatory but it's not clear why the train was going 80 miles per hour in a thirty mile and hour zone well it's i mean it's not clear if the conductor was like a full speed ahead sure or maybe it loss the the train control or something expert it says here on the the titanic on rails yeah it says noor on tv last night on the didn't watch it great movie movie yeah on the report that eighty six people were on board including crewmembers thirteen train cars jumped the tracks and positive train control was not activated now see positive train controls thing i was taught that i have a train control that's the thing i was talking about yesterday tcu me where they are yes ptc where they could not run into each other and that it would not allow them to go over that speed so it was not activated so i thought they had to be activated on a train like that so i i thought that that was a very interesting at least five vehicles on the ground were hit by trains imagine if you're driving under a train bridge and you get hit by a train uh i mean how unlucky enough that there is usually you know whenever you do get hit by a trained because you're stupid notice stop on tracks riots yes in because the train can only go one direction mmhmm i anything they're gonna stop yeah they will but amal offered hits you how were stopped trains don't how do you know that a trains already been there's a i don't know how i don't ever heard this warmonger it leaves its tracks now now ford i i i completely agree with you in this one because honestly one of my biggest fear is i'm very i thankfully knowing you for a while i'm now i i respect trains train aware on train aware i'm trained to i'm trained i've got the train i.
"amal" Discussed on Super Station 101
"In find your winning moment amal exam before was asked me how does it feel to have my face on over 2000 billboard it feels like the people of alabama have spoke our clients belief a trust have made this possible thank you alabama for allowing us to serve you year after year it has been my privilege and honour to get you the compensation for i'm alexandersson or call me alabama three two three one thousand new procedures make the call be unwieldy rain in the forecast for thursday numerous light to moderate rain showers expected throughout the day cloudy skies highs in the upper 60s forty eight degrees mostly cloudy with an isolated shower overnight tonight warming into the middle 60s more sunshine and dry on friday entering the weekend we'll see mostly sunny skies on saturday lows in the 40s highs in the upper 60s on wvtm thirteen meteorologist asian castle on with your forecast on his crawford broadcasting station for we are opposed around the world by monolithic and roofless conspiracy that we lies primarily on cub means we're expanding its sphere of influence on infiltration instead of invasion on subversion instead of election on intimidation instead of free choice on guerrillas by night instead of armies by day it is a system which has conscripted fast human and material resources to the building of a tightlyknit highly efficient machine that combined military diplomatic intelligence economic scientific and political operations with preparations are concealed not publish it will stake saberi not headlined its descent is a silent praised the core would so so the head of luca said the now the called down hey now ladies and gentlemen it is your thursday edition of the wine andrew mclean and the one and only jessica how are you today ma'am i'm doing really good if you look at the tv right now look how excited that lady looks right there look.
"amal" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"My child by amal faye yet is a iraqi who happens to be homeless now in severe eden homeless zone in iraqi sweet well you know she's out of their refugees they had to escape fill out that but the cd is called little buys from the axis of evil and the reason why like this is so we we don't know the new axis of evil is so this keeps it exciting who the next excellent evil axis of evil axis we don't know we never know we have a couple of stories if you happen to be looking for ideas for vacations ladies and gentleman pack your cell phone head down there to nearby what united arab emerites yes according to other people the temperatures will fall and the winds will pick up perfect lowest down to twelve celsius in some areas of the country to some of us at sounds pretty cushy yeah doesn't sound to you bet what is twenty welden it would be a good place to escape but this brings the welcome relief for people who live in that part of the world it's been a hot summer and a twelve celcius is considered down amp ideal ideal in in the sense that you can go to the beach and not be cooked to death on the sand the olbi a slight fall in temperatures according to the people who are reporting the the seismology report meteorology and seismology artistes scientists than apart so also be partly cloudy all perfect conditions for visiting the beautiful united arab emirates i had the.
"amal" Discussed on AP News
"That the associated press putting system is related blocks the latest installment is first first pat brings cmo nixon presidents had this thing to life in the basque political accent highlights include checkers the dog that was the focal point nixon's 1950 checkers these on the clintons baletic cat socks thirst head is that for animal lovers in his rebuffed amal angel's first pettitte available i hindumuslim paradox ap radio news good morning i'm ed donahue in las vegas people joined together in song holding candles our city has a broken heart mayor caroline goodman says what happened in vegas the shooting deaths of fifty nine people is beyond heartbreaking everybody in this community has been so touch by velocities lives and the hara mentally sick harvel healing the investigators say they found three firearms and steven paddocks room at the mandalay bay hotel and nineteen firearms at his home and mosquito nevada outside of las vegas they are saying nothing about panics motive democrats in congress are renewing a push for gun control legislation following the shoe in las vegas white house press secretary sarah sanders says it's too soon there's a time and place for a political debate but now as the timed nine as a country president trump will go to puerto rico today to see the damage from hurricane maria the ap soghra mougani has the story he's been describing an island flattened by the storm decimated destroy wait today he will get his first look the president and first lady will go to puerto rico to meet with first responders fema and as he puts it most importantly the people the white house says it has invited san juan's mayor to take parts and events with the president they he been in a dayslong public battle over the recovery space eric clapton rights there will never be another tom petty a day after he suffered cardiac arrest at his home tom petty died at ucla medical center he and his band the heartbreakers just wrapped up a forty th anniversary tour tom petty spoke at the two thousand five billboard music awards from time to time of approach by a stranger is thanks to write this down check to my life them it makes me feel really honoured tom petty was sixty six this is ap radio news.
"amal" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Because he's famous does that work against them because they'll go that vets that did i tell motel motor term inmates hughes fans for like child molester while amal okay he oughta these i'm into custody and they claim they're there for financial crimes because they don't want people to know what they're therefore it right if you use or something this guy doesn't have a chance in an institution almost four minutes are the most aided people coming a new an institution they are and this guy you know inmates have tv we had tv we have been news we know what's going on he cried in the courtroom so somebody's going to think he's like a wining a little crybaby it'd be right you're going to work against him so why guys a sex offender he can't hide it he's already known as a crybaby somebody's gonna get in his face i guarantee about something so let's say the guy goes in laps somebody out to the cops which help probably do so does he does that now he labelled an informant he's a lap and nobody is going to want associate with him when he gets there because he is a sex offender so we kind of like an outcast yeah pariah though his new best friend jill ended going to be all the other sex offenders litter there they are the only ones litter going to hang out with her so this guy's got to have some serious issues really i mean i was it places where there was just some guy who was a boy scout leader on i was a per in a federal prison in arizona he claiming he was there for financial fraud in turns out he was far utah he was taking scouts out camping and he was telling people how he fed them just mountain man meal well we found out later what the mountain man meal what oh my god let me in by law his personal property this is what happens it ever gave an upbeat not always thought that the kitty gendler's and the with chomo chicago okay here's what happens the.
"amal" Discussed on AP News
"For animal lovers and his rebuffed amal ain't i had an alibi hindumoslem paradox ap radio news i'm tim mcguire oj simpson could be out of prison as early as october i use all smiles when a state parole board announced that decision abe's worn levinson as more board voted four to nothing to parole oj simpson after serving nine years for kidnapping and armed robbery that's the minimum required of the nine to thirty three year sentence the exfootball star received for what he called an illconsidered attempt to retrieve personal memorabilia from a las vegas hotel room he says he regretted his actions and has played by the rules i've done my tie a commissioner pointed out the board got a lot of comments calling for simpson to be kept behind bars for the murder of his exwife nicole for which he was acquitted that case was not considered simpson is to be released in in october i warn levinson attorney general jeff sessions says he has no plans to leave the job in an interview with the new york times president trump rebuke sessions because of his decision the step away from the russia investigation session should never use and if he was going to use himself so should tell me before i would somebody else white house deputy press secretary sarah sanders tells reporters the president has no plans to replace sessions clearly he has confidence in him or he would not be the attorney general senate judiciary committee has approved christopher raise nomination as fbi director that nomination now most of the floor for a full senate vote many polish police cheif jenna harto says both officers at the scene of the shooting death of justin damon should have turned on their body cameras as it officer muhamed nor should not have shot damon this did not have to happen and again justin did not have to die damon had called nine one one last saturday night to report a possible sexual assault in the alley behind her home she was shot when she was she approach the police vehicle that had responded to her calls this is ap radio news.