25 Burst results for "Ambra"

"ambra" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

01:59 min | 3 weeks ago

"ambra" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

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Empowering Medtech with Anatoly Geyfman

Outcomes Rocket

05:12 min | 2 months ago

Empowering Medtech with Anatoly Geyfman

"Welcome back to the outcomes rocket. Sal Marquez here and today I. Have the privilege of hosting on a totally gave man. He is the CEO and Co founder of Care Avoidance, a healthcare sales enablement solution for life sciences that is doing extraordinary work for drawing out value propositions. Companies Looking to express that clearly anatoly came to work in healthcare early in his career, starting off as the lead engineer on one of the first hip compliant benefits, communication products for enterprises, he continued to work with large healthcare data sets and HR soft before. Before becoming the chief architect at Ambra. Health a cloud based medical imaging company. It was there at Ambra that Anatoly saw the need for high quality data to inform sales execution which germinated. The idea for care voyage were thrilled to have him on the podcast today, and it's such a unique platform that they're using to reach customers and for sales teams to reach their customers in a clear way Donatelli. Thank you so much for joining me today. Thank Salty. Got Be. Yeah. Absolutely. So tons of great stuff being done by your company. And so before we dive into really the meat bones of what you guys do there, I love to first arc and find out more about you and one inspires your work in healthcare. I appreciate it, and so I started working in healthcare actually when I was still in high school. I just happened to luck out and find on an internship working on one of the first hickory maple insisting that for human resources management. So that really starting my love for working with large data sets and working with privileged data, like that I continue dot read some other gigs on signatory around Maple imaging on, and that's really where I started learning about. About, the difficulty that companies have selling in healthcare. So with my may imaging gig on I, I was the chief architect company called Ambra Health on big digital medic rummaging Bloomberg, and then I switched over to more of a developer evangelists than sales engineering role, and that's where I really started looking at how companies that produce the rate products go to market. And what inspires me a about healthier? Specifically, my little corner of healthcare is helping innovators, take their market big their products to market. I think there's a lot of great innovation that's happening right now. especially with digital innovation machine learning ai off care. But I think that the past to a successful product is still at I. It's still very hard to navigate. So that's what inspires me getting these products so. So, writer audience and getting patients right treatment at the right time, eventually through through the use of our product and obviously great innovation. Yeah. You know it's That's so great, and there's so many opportunities for companies and you know the people leading them, the teams that are representing the great work that you know I mean many of these companies we have on the podcast a totally you know the. Great Work and they have great products and services and the pathway to get there. The go to market strategy isn't always super clear, and then on top of that, it's not easy to sell inside of our healthcare system and it takes forever so. All of those things are true own. Yeah, and I think that there are a lot of products that end up failing because the products and successful and because the greater market strategy is maybe not very well informed their beats not very well executed, and so if I can do anything to help that and that was where I decided to spend, my time is opening entrepreneurs with way to go to market I. Think it's great and in our vertical or our economy or health care economy, it's so necessary. So tell us a little bit about what you guys are doing. Doing at care voyage to add value to the healthcare ecosystem of innovators. Yeah. -solutely. So you know I'll start with a problem I. think the really big problem right now, the REC- at least in our little corner of the healthcare economy is data symmetry It's you know everyone makes decisions or everyone strives to make decisions in a data driven way the acquisition of data to make those decisions, your go to market or even your your product strategy is still not democratized Jesus, sometimes available and very regularly available in. Thanks. It's not available at all on companies like care. Where we're trying to do. At least off the for. Right now, we're trying to do is we're trying to democratize access to this information whether it's you know information about who's doing, what types of services takes a physicians practicing the type of and your are devices best for or on that you're pharmaceutical product is best stations for it. I think a lot of like data's available, but traditionally, it's only been available to the wealthiest layers market and so our goal is to democratize access to that. So even startups that may not have the backing of the largest feet from on me, not how hundred million dollars in the bay and can't get access to it and really execute a great girl market.

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"ambra" Discussed on Ace and TJ

Ace and TJ

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"ambra" Discussed on Ace and TJ

"You tell us. The most redneck thing you've ever witnessed or been a part of the Thanksgiving we will determine the negatives by going around the room rating on a scale upon. Let's start in Winston Salem North Carolina Ambra welcome to the TJ show So you're twenty eight now so you were eighteen years old when this happened ten years ago. Tell us what happened. Okay so we had Thanksgiving dinner at my grandparents house and you know like everybody already eat the whole meal stuff and you might like take a breather before desert round her to there and I feel like the general norm is people just kind of Chitchat. It's not in my family. So my uncle decides to go get mousetraps. I don't even know why you had somebody mouse traps. But anyway and he sets them up on every the corner of the the dining room table. And it's like there's fun new game after dinner. Where all the uncle and my grandpa and like even some of the women got in and it's like let's see who can slap black mouse traps the quickest and try not to get your fingers stuck in the mousetrap? Obviously most of them anymore. Not Fix apple turns into like everybody's getting your second now shattner screaming profanity all over at this point. I'm like in high school so so it's not like anything offended me necessarily but my cousins were younger. And I'm like what the hell are we doing. SAS eight. Okay Reagan's five really. Oh Man Regan's Tj uh-huh see to what you're not really going for a high score here you should be three okay. Well it wasn't as Redneck as I thought it was. Yes yes I was there wagering at all see that that would add a little elbow. I don't remember if there was any wagers. I mean you know in general like like each other on the air. You've done a great job. Excellent amber thanks for playing okay. So let's see how about this one and there are some parts to this. Casey says my sister go to Thanksgiving high and brought her illegal substances with her she gets caught. My uncle and a big fight happened with everybody's screaming and yelling and got so heated that my husband ended up punching my uncle in the face. My sister was acting crazy so my grandmother put her in a chokehold. Choked her out in the middle of the street. Because apparently it went on is being crazy slinging her body everywhere screaming any other. My Grandmother's walked up behind her and put her chokehold. There's now a lot of animosity in our family to say. We are having our own Thanksgiving at home this year. Buyer six to nine nine for me. Grandma show called. Yeah that's A. That's a good one in the street. Takes it to a ten for me because grandma has come up behind him. Put Her to choke hold in the street on Thanksgiving giving day. Granting getting crazy nine how about this Jamie says. I went to a Thanksgiving the friend of mine few years ago while we were sitting on the couch girl walks with my buddies. The strange uncle turns out the uncle. The estranged uncle had lost just his virginity through this person. They found out they were cousins but still continued to see each other afterwards. The gases new everyday subscribe now to Acer. TJ On demand. Now on I tint when you look at your current bathroom do you know that it needs an immediate update. We want you to know about one day bath and shower shower remodeling with prices as low as one hundred ninety nine dollars per month call. Eight hundred nine four eight five seven four nine eight hundred nine four eight five seven four nine the crunch of Papa. John's brand new garlic Parmesan crust. Fresh never frozen original dough topped with Parmesan and Papa. John's famous garlic sauce. If fab loves dog with crazy over a bell. Imagine the tizzy throw over this crunch. Get a one topping pizza pizza with a new garlic parmesan crisp. Just ten bucks. Better Ingredients Better Pizza Papa. John's not discounts fees and taxes. Extra prices may vary..

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"ambra" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"ambra" Discussed on Here & Now

"And use code N._P._R.. To say fifty dollars at checkout Ambra wave own your temperature. There's yet another sign that the coal industry in Wyoming combing is declining rapidly jaw. The six largest co-producer in the country declared chapter eleven bankruptcy last week at abruptly closed to mines in the powder river basin the largest coal basin in the U._S.. Which stretches from northern Wyoming wing into Montana about six hundred workers were shocked to learn that they'd be out of work and some were even more frustrated when their final paychecks bounced while the coal industry in Appalachia has been failing? It's always been believed that the coal industry in Wyoming would be fine so is this an indication that it won't his answer that is heather Richard's energy reporter for Ian E. News welcome to hear now. Hey thank you having me so we know about the coal industry in Appalachia took a dive several several years ago. What is happening in Wyoming? I mean it's it's related for sure. There's just a lot less coal. It's being burned for electricity in the U._S.. Used to dominate about fifteen years ago you had about half of the power coming from coal <hes> now it's around thirty we kind of fluctuates month to month and there was a there was a study that just came out that it might be falling to eleven within ten years so we're we're talking about a pretty steep dive in it. It's hitting all the basins. If you work in Choline Wyoming there's a certain point about not being that many people working in the industry but they're powering so much of the nation could explain that yeah absolutely I mean there's there's just a little over a dozen mines in Wyoming these are massive minds and just a few people really that run them you know from a national perspective you say six hundred guys lost their the job doesn't sound like a lot but these are the people that turned the lights on in Texas Illinois Indiana <hes> they're aware of that. They're proud of that and this you know hit them really hard because they feel like they have performed the service and now people don't want coal right so so I think that's the narrative that frustration frightens people you also have kind of this frustration that exists in Col- of just hey you're leaving us behind. There's a personal aspect to this. You think that you'll have a job for sometimes many years. He is and then suddenly you're out of work. How have you seen that played out on a personal level it Wyoming Wyoming coal jobs are great? Jobs have been great jobs for you know a couple of decades now and because it's so cheap to mine coal up Wyoming people just felt. Felt really confident. Even in the last couple years when we saw declines that were pretty dramatic. We've seen bankruptcies in the space in before what's happening right. Now could be catastrophic for Wyoming for the people that live there for the coal industry. It's really frightening because it used to be so stable because there was an assumption that this coal basin has a stability too. It's cheap to mined coal. <hes> we have these massive mines that produce so much cold throughout the country. We're going to be good and what you had instead. Is You know kind of a breakdown of that happening really rapidly with people thinking I'm a good spot and now I have the skills I live in this rural area when the world I'm going to do so.

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8 Sentences Using the Word "Flourish"

BM English Speaking Radio

05:14 min | 1 year ago

8 Sentences Using the Word "Flourish"

"The meaning of laddish is to prosper to farewell or grow. It. Also means bold and sweeping gestures with BMI, enlist, speaking radio channel loan one. You would every day and impressed the world in this English will gab Larry lesson. You will learn how to use the word flourish reassure that this lesson will help you to enhance your English cavalry, and speak English, fluently and confidently flush is spelt as f. All you odd. I is h a new railway station came up at all sheera ramp result had been selling fruits near the station since many years now he's truck an idea to cater to the crowds coming out of the station. He started selling through juice as well. His business flourished, which means his business grew will. And he never looked back since. So a simple innovation head his business to flourish. Listen carefully. How we can use the word flourish in eight different situations in eight different sentences example, number one of eight real know about globalization. Right. Globalization allows. All countries to trade with each other as per mutually agreed terms in case of India. The globalization has helped its software companies to flourish and become hugely successful example, number two eight the foul. Toils means works hard in his field all around the year. Finally, it is a moment of great joy and satisfaction for him to see his crop. Example, number three of it. Mr. Kapoor worked really hard to win the contract with Indian railways. Finally, he won the contract and was invited to sign. The agreement papers he smiled at esteem and signed the documents with a flourish means with vibrant, gestures example, number for of it leading industrialised remarked that a good idea can give birth to an excellent up, however vision commitment and funding are essential for it to flourish four thousand two hundred thirteen nine and counting is the number of Google reviews with a four point two star rating that bam English-speaking institute has received to know more about us. Visit our website. WWW dot B M consultants. India dot com. Example, number five eight Daniel was shy and afraid of public speaking. So his mother enrolled him for public. Speaking course, subsequently Daniel participated in the school competition, and guess what he won the first prize or boy, he was feeling proud. And he displayed his mettle with the flourish example, number six of eight Ambra our show. Gaas kingdom flourished under his leadership. He was generous. And benevolent means kind he treated all religions with equal respect moving onto example, number seven eight all over the world are Ganic farming is catching up, do you know, what it is all about well organic farming. Avoids use of chemical fertilisers. Instead it uses organic manual this allows the crops and plants to flourish naturally and produce is free of any chemicals. It also retains the fortuity of the soy example, number eight or eight Chang was struggling to clear. The job interviews. Finally, he took the guidance of a mental to prepare for his interviews soon. He cleared an interview with flying colors means with a good score. And was given the appointment letter on the same day. He rushed home and flashed the appointment letter with flourish in front office. Parents they were extremely happy. He made them proud. Didn't. He today we learned the word

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Federal judge says no to oil, gas emissions in Wyoming

Climate Cast

04:26 min | 1 year ago

Federal judge says no to oil, gas emissions in Wyoming

"Support for climate cast comes from Bank of America as one of the largest global financial institutions Bank of America is in a unique position to help society. Transition to a low-carbon economy Bank of America NA member FDIC. A federal judge says no to oil and gas emissions in Wyoming. I'm NPR chief meteorologist Paul ner. This is climate cats. A federal judge in Wyoming has denied oil and gas leases because they failed to adequately consider impacts from climate change. What does it all mean attorney Kyle? Tis Dell is with the western environmental Law Center actually in the last year, or so we've had this is the fifth ruling that we've gotten from federal court dealing with the question of federal governments failure to consider climate change in its oiling gas decision making processes where I would say that judge controller's decision goes a step further in particular with respect to the cumulative impacts of climate change. And in the context of fossil-fuel pollution coming from our public lands that accounts to about twenty five percent of US emissions every year. How big of a victory is this considered to be for those who oppose greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuels. You know? I think that it's a it's a monumental victory. Has I said this. Sort of one in a string of cases where we are challenging agency fossil fuel decision making. But this is certainly the one where the court has been the most clear and recognizing the federal government's obligations on their federal statute to not only consider the impact of its, you know, emissions coming from fossil fuel decision making. But to disclose those impacts to the public and allow the public to really understand the significance of what all of these emissions mean to the future of a livable planet. Kyle. Tis del attorney and energy and communities director with the western environmental Law Center. Thanks so much for your perspective today. Yeah. My pleasure. Thanks for having me on. Many museums Falls, South Dakota. So when I was about fifteen sixteen I actually started a blog called the conservative kid, and I was refuting an inconvenient truth because I was really upset that this climate change thing was coming up. I was listening to a lot of Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck and Sean Hannity. So I went to school, I refuted, everything in this presentation. I did at school in a in the paper. And my teacher was like good girl. You gotta Pat on the back, and then he went to college, and I did a paper in college in a kind of the same sources and by college professor asked me, what are your sources. And I said, I sources Rush Limbaugh. And then I started going through the sources that he was giving and finding that they weren't peer reviewed or that. I couldn't find them in scientific journals that she would accept and of course, I just yelled the teacher said, well, it's because you're a liberal really upset. Planted a seed though, because my parents were actually Ambra climate change is happening. You know, we should talk about this thing. And I just refused because I had read on the internet on my space that this absolutely was not happening. I believed it an another teacher made me read the climate change report. And it read it, and I couldn't refute the science in it. And then I started taking chemistry and took biology. And I realized that a lot of the things that I was reading were real. And that what was stopping me from wanting to believe it was fear. I was afraid that if climate change was real that I had to do something to change it. And I guess the reason I tried to tell people this story is because so often we look at family members. We look at friends, and we say it's not worth it. They don't believe what we believe. We're never going to convince them that you know, this is true. And then I can't speak for everyone. But at least in my case, I was so scared because I didn't know what to do. And I didn't know how I could help. So frayed of how it was going to change my life irreparably because facing all of this alone is terrifying. And it's frustrating, and I think we need communities to support. A specially we're talking about climate change. That's climate cast with thanks to climate generation. I'm NPR chief meteorologist, Paul hunter.

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Johnny Depp Files $50 Million Defamation Lawsuit Against Amber Heard, Calls Her Abuse Claims an ‘Elaborate Hoax’

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Johnny Depp Files $50 Million Defamation Lawsuit Against Amber Heard, Calls Her Abuse Claims an ‘Elaborate Hoax’

"News time three thirty six actor, Johnny Depp. He is filing a huge lawsuit to the tune of fifty million bucks against his ex wife Ambra hurt. Well, he's claiming defamation according to the blast dot com. He calls her allegations of domestic abuse and elaborate hoax, she adding she stepped out of line when she wrote a piece for the Washington Post earlier this year hurt didn't win a temporary stay away. Order was on the verge of testifying at a court hearing on the couple reached joy

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"ambra" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"ambra" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Did wanna let you know that. Police former police Ambra Geiger made an appearance in court on yesterday along with her attorneys the thirty year old. Former police. She murdered Bolton John black man native will faint Lucia in his own apartment back in September. The Dallas Morning News is reporting that Geiger and her attorneys word tight-lipped as they entered and then later, exited the courtroom, no doubt because state district judge Tammy Kip who is presiding over the case issued a gag order. Earlier this month that prevents both sides from speaking about the shooting or the case outside of the courtroom and. It's a beautiful thing. It's a beautiful day that's reported by route also. Thank Ramento DA says that it's going to take a take longer to decide whether the police will be charged for killing Stefan Clark will is already been too long. And there needs to be pressure. Brought to bear upon that particular. System. So we can try to get Justice for Steph clock for his family. It's crazy. That's the brother who they shot at twenty times in his grandma's backyard. Fact town crazy anyway. It's time for the main thing the main thing to maintain the main Thang? Yeah. Yo, yo buddy your buddy been a little bit more spiritual lately. I no. As a alluded to earlier. A few reasons for that. I mean, I am a preacher. Put. I have just experienced experiencing some some health challenges, and those kinds of things tend to. You know to to bring out the the spirituality sister or brother, we were having a conversation the other day and one of the good brothers. Movement. Made a statement. And it stuck with me. He said, there's sisters are more spiritual than brothers. And I started thinking about that thing. And I started to wonder to myself. I mean all of the sisters. I know most brothers is that what's that about? So that's your main thing for today. Really, most spiritual and breath four zero four eight nine two two seven zero three is the number in the studio with me coming up on the other side of the break. We'll be joining me at rolling with me on this women's world Wednesday. And after today every fourth every fourth Wednesday of the month. You go you go love. He's a friend of the movement. She's been on a couple of years ago, which he's back now, and we'll.

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"ambra" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"ambra" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"I did wanna let you know that. Police former police Ambra Geiger made an appearance in court on yesterday along with her attorneys the thirty year old. Former police. She murdered both them. John black man native of faint Lucia in his own apartment back in September. The Dallas Morning News is reporting that Geiger and her attorneys word tight-lipped as they entered and then later, exited the courtroom, no doubt because state district judge Tammy Kip who is presiding over the case issued a gag order. Earlier this month that prevents both sides from speaking about the shooting or the case outside of the courtroom and. And. It's a beautiful thing. It's a beautiful thing that's reported by route also. Sacramento DA says that it's gonna take take longer to decide whether the police will be charged for killing Stefan Clark will is already been too long. And. Are we there needs to be pressure? Brought to bear upon that particular. System. So we can try to get Justice for Stefan clock for family. It's crazy. That's the brother who they shot at twenty times in his grandmom was backyard. Sack town crazy in a way, it's time for the main thing the main thing to maintain the main dying. Yeah. Yo yo buddy, your buddy, I've been a little bit more spiritual lately. I know. As a alluded to earlier. You know, a few reasons for that. I mean, I am a preacher. You know, I have just experienced experiencing some some health challenges, and those kinds of things tend to. You know to to bring out the the spirituality sister or brother, we were having a conversation the other day and one of the good brothers. Of the movement. Made a statement. And it stuck with me. He said that sisters are more spiritual than brothers. And I started thinking about that thing. And I started to wonder to myself. I mean all of the sisters. I know most brothers is that what's that about? And so that's your main thing for today. Sisters, really, most spiritual and breath four zero four eight nine two two seven zero three is the number in the studio with me coming up on the other side of the break. We'll be joining me at rolling with me on this women's world Wednesday after today every fourth every fourth Wednesday of the month. You're going to love sees a friend of the movement. She's been on a couple of years ago, which is back now. And we'll be a fixture.

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A new wind turbine inspired by a palm tree, big as the Empire State Building

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:57 min | 2 years ago

A new wind turbine inspired by a palm tree, big as the Empire State Building

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the Michigan economic Development Corporation. When it comes to mobility, more and more businesses are turning to planet. M Michigan is home to the largest concentration of auto related engineers in the nation as well as various all road an all weather, autonomous testing centers to learn more head to planet m dot com. Planet m Michigan where a big ideas. Mobility are born Ambra g. suite by Google cloud suite of cloud based productivity tools that includes g mail, docs, slides, sheets, and drive. You can make real time updates the same document without having to keep track of multiple versions. And since all the tools are cloud based, your whole team can access the same document and work on the same page at the same time, make it with g. suite by Google cloud learn more at g. suite dot com. If you wanna make the next generation of wind power, you've gotta think big gargantuan from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying. The digital economy I'm jed Kim in for Molly would. The energy information administration says the US got about eleven percent of its energy from renewable sources. Last year, climate scientists say that's going to have to go up a lot to ward off the worst effects of climate change. The department of energy says the US is one of the fastest growing markets for wind power in the world. Eric law at the university of Virginia is an engineer who's part of a team building the next generation of offshore wind turbines if you've seen the ones towering on land. Well, those produced five megawatts of power. We want to have turbans as large as fifty megawatts, and the size of that would be like the Empire State building, even larger. So you talking about being able to power a small city with with one of these wind farms. And I think that's where we're going. That's what the future is, but plopping a winter turbine, the size of the Empire State building into the ocean is tricky. It's got to be able to withstand hurricane force winds and be lightweight to keep operations efficient and long lasting loss. And his team are tackling the challenge with a little inspiration from a tree that has some experience with standing the whiplash have hurricane force winds, the palm tree. The palm tree can adapt its trunk at the FRANZ as the wind blows so that without having to have a lot of material structure, they can adapt to wins. And therefore we see palm trees, you know, near hurricane coastal regions. Whereas a large oak tree which is massive and stiff and strong can be uprooted. Unlike turbans, we see today these blades face away from the wind, like a pinwheel you blow from behind the blades are angled so that as they spin around there more in concert with the wind, not fighting it as much that reduces the strain on the blaze, which means they can be built from lighter material. That means the blades can be much. Bigger to catch more energy and with aerospace technology, whether it's spacecraft aircraft or wind turbines, mass translates to money. So you really want to reduce your mass in order to reduce the cost of your project. And therefore, if we want to have a low cost of energy, we really need to reduce the overall mass where structure the new offshore models will cost more to install then land-based turbans, but they also produce more energy. Lots says keeping costs in check will be key for this new tech to compete against natural gas. We have to think about the economics, make sure that whatever we develop has very low cost of energy doesn't require any significant subsidies that can really stand on its own, not just from an environmental point of view, but from an economic point of view, because that's what's going to drive the growth more than anything else in the US and worldwide. The team is building a smaller test model in Colorado. Eric Louth says it could take a decade to see. See a full one in action. By the way he has a pet peeve, don't call them windmills their turbans. If Don Quixote went after one of these, he first of all need a vote. And Secondly, it'd be a much shorter book. I'm jed, Kim, and that's marketplace. Tech Molly would is back tomorrow. This is a PM. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the Michigan economic Development Corporation. Our world is becoming more hands free. Thanks to planet m that will also include the future of transportation. Michigan has the most comprehensive autonomous real world testing under every road and weather condition and leads the nation and patents relating to navigation and smart mobility to learn more visit planet m dot com. Planet m Michigan where big ideas. Mobility are born.

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A new wind turbine inspired by a palm tree, big as the Empire State Building

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

04:57 min | 2 years ago

A new wind turbine inspired by a palm tree, big as the Empire State Building

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the Michigan economic Development Corporation. When it comes to mobility, more and more businesses are turning to planet. M Michigan is home to the largest concentration of auto related engineers in the nation as well as various all road an all weather, autonomous testing centers to learn more head to planet m dot com. Planet m Michigan where a big ideas. Mobility are born Ambra g. suite by Google cloud suite of cloud based productivity tools that includes g mail, docs, slides, sheets, and drive. You can make real time updates the same document without having to keep track of multiple versions. And since all the tools are cloud based, your whole team can access the same document and work on the same page at the same time, make it with g. suite by Google cloud learn more at g. suite dot com. If you wanna make the next generation of wind power, you've gotta think big gargantuan from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying. The digital economy I'm jed Kim in for Molly would. The energy information administration says the US got about eleven percent of its energy from renewable sources. Last year, climate scientists say that's going to have to go up a lot to ward off the worst effects of climate change. The department of energy says the US is one of the fastest growing markets for wind power in the world. Eric law at the university of Virginia is an engineer who's part of a team building the next generation of offshore wind turbines if you've seen the ones towering on land. Well, those produced five megawatts of power. We want to have turbans as large as fifty megawatts, and the size of that would be like the Empire State building, even larger. So you talking about being able to power a small city with with one of these wind farms. And I think that's where we're going. That's what the future is, but plopping a winter turbine, the size of the Empire State building into the ocean is tricky. It's got to be able to withstand hurricane force winds and be lightweight to keep operations efficient and long lasting loss. And his team are tackling the challenge with a little inspiration from a tree that has some experience with standing the whiplash have hurricane force winds, the palm tree. The palm tree can adapt its trunk at the FRANZ as the wind blows so that without having to have a lot of material structure, they can adapt to wins. And therefore we see palm trees, you know, near hurricane coastal regions. Whereas a large oak tree which is massive and stiff and strong can be uprooted. Unlike turbans, we see today these blades face away from the wind, like a pinwheel you blow from behind the blades are angled so that as they spin around there more in concert with the wind, not fighting it as much that reduces the strain on the blaze, which means they can be built from lighter material. That means the blades can be much. Bigger to catch more energy and with aerospace technology, whether it's spacecraft aircraft or wind turbines, mass translates to money. So you really want to reduce your mass in order to reduce the cost of your project. And therefore, if we want to have a low cost of energy, we really need to reduce the overall mass where structure the new offshore models will cost more to install then land-based turbans, but they also produce more energy. Lots says keeping costs in check will be key for this new tech to compete against natural gas. We have to think about the economics, make sure that whatever we develop has very low cost of energy doesn't require any significant subsidies that can really stand on its own, not just from an environmental point of view, but from an economic point of view, because that's what's going to drive the growth more than anything else in the US and worldwide. The team is building a smaller test model in Colorado. Eric Louth says it could take a decade to see. See a full one in action. By the way he has a pet peeve, don't call them windmills their turbans. If Don Quixote went after one of these, he first of all need a vote. And Secondly, it'd be a much shorter book. I'm jed, Kim, and that's marketplace. Tech Molly would is back tomorrow. This is a PM. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the Michigan economic Development Corporation. Our world is becoming more hands free. Thanks to planet m that will also include the future of transportation. Michigan has the most comprehensive autonomous real world testing under every road and weather condition and leads the nation and patents relating to navigation and smart mobility to learn more visit planet m dot com. Planet m Michigan where big ideas. Mobility are born.

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"ambra" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

Vox's The Weeds

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"ambra" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

"Interesting from a policy standpoint, because when I talk about these issues with conservatives, conservatives are like, well, what can I do about it? And I'm like, I have a list of things that you can talk about or do something about a one of those things is the concept of qualified immunity, and I want to bring up there is a case in two thousand twelve of young man named Andrew Scott. He was playing video games with his girlfriend. He hears pounding at the door. He grabs his gun. He opens the door, he sees a man. Who does not identify themselves Scott retreats, the man who is crouching at his door, fires his own weapon. Indra Scott is killed and not only was the person who shot him. He was a police officer who is not only at the wrong house. He had no search warrant for the correct house. He had not turned on his emergency lights, and he did not identify himself as a police officer. This officer was never prosecuted and the state decided that it was justified because police do not have a reason to or obligation to identify themselves. And when Scott's estate sued the officer, the court throughout the lawsuit, and basically this concept of qualified immunity that was largely kind of created by the courts and requires victims of this case like Scott to also have to prove that the officer had no warrant knocked on the wrong door had no reason to be there. It also had to fulfil these really high levels of evidence to prove that. Scott should not have died, and this is not the only case of this. And so when you were talking about how the NRA or others would have responded, if Botham shown gene would have had a gun, I just got thinking about, you know, qualified immunity, that in these cases Botham could've died in another means attempting to defend himself. And the officer who for the same reason would have been there for no reason would have also not been punished now. We don't know what's going to happen with amber Geiger. There's been a lot of she's out on bail right now. She hasn't. He'd been charged with manslaughter. We're not sure where that's going to go, but I just want to note when we talk about this case and a lot of people referred to it as the worst police shooting yet or this kind of an isolated incident had that was so terrible. The issue here is not that it's an isolated incident. It's the issue here is that it's all too common. The issue here is that police officers. Reason magazine has done a lot of terrific work on this police officers are shooting people's family. Pets when they showed at home and not being punished for it or no, knock raids. A lot of people have done a lot of great reporting on swat, no knock raids of homes. It's not the right house. They shoot people they get away with it. And so I think that the extrapolating policy principles that we see in this case are that by the fact that we've started thinking of police as being the separate space, they live in a separate sphere from the communities in which they please. They are not subject to the same rules that you and I are if I invade someone's home and someone shoots me well, that's on me. And yet as Roussy in this case, Ambra Geiger is not being treated in that same way. All right. We gotta take a break all this because I'm going to talk about some some crass politics. Bye. Miss is the most comfortable socks in the history of feet. They have completely re-engineered the sop with comfort innovations that add up to a wave more comfortable pair. They put two years of research and development into multiple improvements crossed the sock design performance, comfort that stuff like an arch support system, cushioned foot bed, stay up technology. They've got a seamless toe and they're made out of a super soft cotton that you'd never gonna wanna take off..

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"ambra" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"ambra" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"In the studio with the news Beth. This is another one of those reasons why I think flogging and stoning should be brought back as an offense. Well, he always the lady who was taking nursing home payments for her own use. I'm Beth Myers. The NewsRadio one thousand Katie, okay? New center. The former manager of a warriors nursing facility has been charged with embezzlement. It was announced today by the state attorney general's office. Sandra Tovar, allegedly would divert payments from residents for their nursing care to her own Bank account. She also allegedly ran a fraudulent billing scheme. She allegedly embezzled nearly twenty thousand dollars before she was finally fired in two thousand fifteen a lawsuit against the Oklahoma department of corrections alleges the agency didn't do enough to prevent a woman's death in prison, the Tulsa world reporting Ambra Hilbert links estate filed a lawsuit and Oklahoma county district court, it alleges the corrections department didn't take any reasonable steps to prevent or. Or address the conditions that led to Hilbert links death of the Mabel Bassett correctional centre McLeod hill. Burling was serving a twenty five year sentence for pushing her husband out of the window of their Tulsa, high rise apartment in two thousand eleven she was found hanging in her cell in two thousand sixteen the lawsuit alleges inadequate supervision medical care and segregation procedures at the facility traffic at a busy northwest. Oklahoma City intersection came to a screeching halt to earlier today. Katie okays, Calvin right tells us why it was a report of a suspicious package, which prompted Oklahoma City. Police to block off Pennsylvania Avenue north of the northwest expressway about nine AM today. Police spokeswoman says a man was seen placing a backpack on the ground near an ATM located or Bank of Oklahoma branch, and he then walked away. Police got a robot out to the scene. They say nothing dangerous found and no one was hurt. And the state health department says. While the season for West Nile virus has been relatively mild. This year people are still being urged to take precautions to avoid the mosquito borne illness. The health department reports that so far this year. There have been seven confirmed cases of West Nile virus in Oklahoma and one death. A woman who got a thirty year prison sentence for failing to report the abuse of her children. By your boyfriend will stay in prison the state pardon parole board denied thirty four year old Tom DeLay halls request for a sentencing commutation. Now her boyfriend got a two year sentence for committing. The abuse hall was sentenced in two thousand six after pleading guilty to failing to protect to the newest star on the Hollywood walk of fame belongs to Oklahoma's own Carrie Underwood of Takada, she was there for the unveiling today. Thank you to all the people that.

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"ambra" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"ambra" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Unbelievable. This storm floors will quit cold us. The strongest category ones wins that I've certainly seen most of new head over how is now out of electricity. No electricity service. The entire county are still bones have gone down all patients here conver- now using a satellite phone and some other technology even get this five Sean out. It is absolute pandemonium here. Those Miguel Marquez a short time before we went on air conditions, in many places gotten a no better hurricane Florence now tropical storms, you know, no one's idea of typical though. None of the track took to get here on the enormous sized on how slow is moving. You heard three miles an hour. It's incredible that it lingering means feet rain in places not inches feet and hundreds of people needing rescue from last night through today. Probably tonight and saw the conic photo before the break volunteer Ambra Herschel drove here from Indiana carrying a young girl to safety earlier shortly before airtime I spoke with that girl's mom. Anna's at Riley of Cromartie. And is you were home with, is that you were home with you with your three kids with your husband with your dog? I know you thought the house was going to be saved because it's a brick house. When did you realize that the situation was getting out of control. About eleven thirty twelve o'clock when the water came into the house came in slowly, but then it just steady like kept rising. And then my husband, he pushed the mattress absurd into the addict, and we were in there for a little bit and the wind started getting really bad. So we just made a decision to come down the attic and put the kids on the funk bed for them to at least try to get some sleep and hopefully the water didn't rise anymore. And then. While we were still waiting like my husband kept hear people yelling for help. And he tried to go outside and TV go, but then the water up like above Charleston, and he has to come back inside and they were like, it was like, you can't help. Anyone could do just keeping people yelling and you can't do anything. And it's the worst feeling world like they hear people yelling fail, but you can't do anything. So you could hear your neighbors screaming and yelling.

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Dallas officer who fatally shot man in his apartment identified

Maximized Living

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Dallas officer who fatally shot man in his apartment identified

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Justice Department charges North Korean hacker in Sony attack

A Public Affair

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Justice Department charges North Korean hacker in Sony attack

"I am the tune played was called Gouda and the band consists of soon Jay soup, Sean, you'll he Kim and sue sue and they make an effort to combine the jazz idioms with Korean music. Very interesting. Unusual cds. The BBC news coming up a great now. Hello. This is David Austin with the BBC news, the leaders of four

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"ambra" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"ambra" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Well, welcome into extra-time students here with Stevie Nikko and czecho- his. I just felt like doing it with. No deriving. I am name. I get a cold. I willing straight to my bed tonight. Our going to wash l. traffic. Yeah, I believe you. Anyway, so we got some questions. You don't ask me if you're ready. I can't. These. That go here. Steve, got jokes. He's here all week. All right. Let's get this question from cranberry juice. Readings. Primary, I happen to love cranberry juice. Just nothing would max Allegra job come into question. If you fail to win the Champions League. No, no. If through the qualifying stages to the no coat runs, and maybe a few questions us but not doesn't went crossing Cristiano now the for that purpose, this is what they need. Now, this league is allergic. There is closed. This isn't now you brought in one of the top players in the world to win this one tournament. The final lose, they should get the side. I mean, probably. Well, then you go. Juice. No pressure. Tough cookie today. Very tough cookie. Here we go. Let's go to Ambra Ambra not Ebro embryo. I hope I'm pronouncing that right? What can they do to regain the support of the fans? And the players are is a little too late. Is he no longer the special United fund. Josie, no problem. Hoppy hybrid on the man said in his conference today that he has no problems with anyone. He's Gucci. Question we asking if you have problems of juicy check, add rather not get emotional of extra time today. Okay. Throw nil, greet and Calva. I just want to cry. I think he's a little too late. Anyhow. Unless they toll road and stop and stop playing lake liberal city. Mentioned chances up. Live. Those ticket, the dagger, he's twist, turning labor. My wounds, yes, indeed will Yoshi want rules. These was last game short going. I'd like to United Liverpool and city. I wanna hear not save that out of here. All the to see Manchester United play. Beautiful football is going to help him with Marino probably not. Let the clicks and again clearly your engine. Just try not to get into this. This is my job and I'm just going want to jober. I'm an objective person. But answer your question. I don't think he's any longer. The special one. They're in the end. Nick wants to know who will win the primarily golden glove, or you people really -clusive. Because is printed in light quest in light funt we're trying to save trees and. Lexus. I went for a test the other day. Perfect religion, So which what is. should you trouble..

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"ambra" Discussed on The Writers Panel

The Writers Panel

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"ambra" Discussed on The Writers Panel

"Before today's episode, we have a conversation with amber Benson, a longtime friend of mine. Amber, of course, you know, as Tara from Buffy the vampire slayer, the witch who was murdered spoiler she's also the author of so many novels. It's intimidating the ghosts of Albion series. The Colli be reproduced series as well as pertinent to our conversation. The witches of echo park series. She co directed a film that I wrote that Ben Akron I wrote which we wrote in seven days and it shows, but she did an amazing job. She's been in everything she continues to act and to write and to direct. We talk about some of that south, but mostly we talk about which is so please enjoy Ambra Benton. Hello. I'm talking to amber Benson on the phone. I am ver. Thanks for taking the time to chat with me about witches. Oh, it's a, it's a subject that's near and dear to my heart. It is. So let's start with the, you know, the most obvious and earliest place of witchcraft for you, which was you played the character of Tara on Buffy the vampire slayer for a couple of seasons. Yeah. Yeah. I'm curious to hear about like the house she was pitched to you. Do you remember this, what the audition was like or or how she was pitched you as a witch, and as a girl. You know, it's funny because I think initially and I was telling somebody else about this recently and they were like, really, I think she was going to be like a dry or a wooden for something really? Yeah. So her magic was gonna come from that. And then I think when I came in and met with them mardi Nachson was like, she's not what we had envisioned, but we really like her. So we want sort of change Tara to be more like amber, I think a little bit. So they moved away from the sort of silk like Nim of the woods and made her a little more of a robust but shy. Girl who's interested in Wicca of. That's funny. What was what was your relationship to witchy stuff either tropes or even like pop culture, which is before that, like, what? What kind of stuff were you aware of? What did you bring to the character in that in that regard? Well, I've always been for as long as I can remember fascinated by the occult. So I I remember like digging into star hawks, the spiral dance when I was like fourteen or fifteen hold on, what is that? It's sort of a seminal. Book of witchcraft, and if I am not wrong, I think star hawk is still a practicing wiccan even right now. And I was super interested in that stuff. And I did a lot of reading and research was interested in religion and mythology, and the idea of magic witchcraft played into that. So from a very early age, I was doing doing the research that was going to lead me to my future career path for show her. I feel like you probably carried that stuff into the portrayal. I think it's it's interesting to know what my question here is, but I'll just throw it at you that I think I think willow and Tara were sort of the first which is in TV or movies who were not in a comedy, but we're not seen as villains. You know what I mean? Again, I think that is a very important distinction that when we talk about which is it's either silly bell book and candle for. But which or it's it's dark. Villainous ward on the independent knows black pointy hat. Cackling. She writes her broomstick into the, you know, into the move or whatever. And so to find these women who were just normal women. And I think that is what wicked kind kind of really is. It's about women's spirituality in connection to guy the earth and to their own sexuality infertility. And I think that's gotten sort of demonized because we live in a very patriarchal world and the idea of women with ours frightening too. I think a lot of men. So they've been, they've been pushing the idea of like women who have power will they're bad, were there to be laughed at. Yeah, and and of course, you know, Buffy was so much about empowerment and to see athlete, he'll tred through these women, these witches who were not just magically powerful but had complicated personalities and were sexual people, I think is really groundbreaking..

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"ambra" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"ambra" Discussed on WINS 1010

"To hear these words the judge throughout the 47yearold man's murder conviction then the courtroom erupted in applause a recent gerson told the judge a key piece of evidence was not share with nick keys lawyers during his trial in 1997 and i would say one three boss trash die fluky outside the courthouse says freedom hasn't yet set in greece from the beginning the new was areas randy is ten ten wins the bronx county courthouse wins news time nine o three fbi deputy director andrew mccabe announced today he is stepping down ahead of his planned march retirement white house press secretary sarah sanders said the white house had nothing to do with mccabe departure but added president trump's stands by his criticism of mccague the mere presence of andrew mccabe as the deputy fbi director seemed to irritate mr trump in recent months with him often lashing out on twitter mccabe helped direct the hillary clinton email probe and russian election meddling investigation before special counsel robert muller was appointed following the firing of fbi director james colmey last week the new york times reported the president asked mccabe whom he voted for in 2016 something mr trump denied i don't think so i don't think i did i don't know what's the big deal with that the big deal is colmey claims the president wanted a pledge of loyalty at the start of his administration and possibly asking medicaid for the same shows a pattern bob costantini the white house john d francisco but deputy majority leader of the new york state senate has filed but paperwork for a run for governor republican from syracuse who is expected to formally announce his candidacy tomorrow he faces to others and the gop primary assembly minority leader brian cobo candidate were and former erie county executive joe she ambra governor cuomo is expected to seek a third term this fall a man shot and killed around one p m in front of the fbi and g deli on through avenue in bed start the 55yearold victim was shot once in the chest and was pronounced dead on arrival at king's county hospital the suspect took off on foot school officials met with business owners in new rochelle today to talk about the recent string of.

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"ambra" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"ambra" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Weinstein's power yes absolutely and then some of them were really percolating around the hate of gossip blogs which will as i would dated two two thousand five two thousand an eight things called the defame are and ono they didn't and fela vici and population tracker and laney gossip and an infamous one titled casting couch the rise of digital photography and blogging technologies made these blogs very popular especially as an alternative voice to the mainstream gossip publication fake people now cnet magazine now gossip is derided as a lesser media form its prying its prairie and and it's inconsequential but you wrote that much of what it imparts is means of survival especially for women and you run and buzzfeed it's no wonder so many men to ride and degrade gossip it's i must effective armor against their abuses the way that guy said between people worked in hollywood and then the way that celebrity gossip and consuming this information reinforces this idea that there are men out there who women should be wary as and that we rely on each other to inform our sales and sold weapons are the shields that women can use to protect themselves are buried within the little items in the gossip columns absolutely and i want to be careful here because i think there's a tendency to look at this argument say well are you saying that all gossip this feminists are progressive and absolutely not you know harvey weinstein himself utilize gossip columns to plant counter items that would discredit people accusing hammered trying to suggest that this is this sort of behaviour that he engaged then we know that he used page six to control star let's who dared to report on him one of them is ambra pattyona twotier is she's the model had the audio tapes i am guarantee harry during the buyer now you must he place defamatory stories about her on page six to discredit her and there's also a quid pro call right tina brown wrote about that a talk magazine i'll give you this guy said if he'll squashed that story that kind of thing yeah and that's an old old hollywood scandal technique of no you.

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"ambra" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"ambra" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"The italian model who who went to the police after he allegedly assaulted her i want to talk to you about the media complicity there this outrageous store because in two thousand fifteen specifically the new york post devoted its cover to smearing the actress i mentioned earlier an event model ambra battle on a good years reporting quote the model accusing harvey weinstein of molestation tried to score a movie role we just ran a picture of the of the tabloid cover that's only one of the many many attacks on bottle on or that it appeared in the press after she accused weinstein the media some in the media not everyone in the media but the media really played a role in serving as harvey weinstein enforcer and the media as some of the media are responsible for this happening this continuing to happen they have they have assault and rape on their hands in my view so you know in this story itself there's a young woman named emily nestor who also did a very brave thing going on the record on and she said itchy actually witnessed a case of this transpiring in real time where mr weinstein was enraged about a a dispute that was happening with one of his an actress in at one of his films in the press and was you know talking about planting stories she said and in a threatening way she felt on told her watch the news cycle there will be negative items about my opponents in this and indeed there were and he came by her desk at the company after this alleged sexual harassment and said did you see and that is something that was tremendously frightening to a lot of these women jake and absolutely is a huge part of this story now you're you reported this originally for nbc news but you onto ultimately took it to the new yorker in order to find a media outlet that would run it an nbc source told the daily beast quote.

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"ambra" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"ambra" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"A sexual relationship with him now he has unequivocally denied any suggestion of rape he's also maintained that everything that went on with these actresses was consensual and he's added in that statement that once he's gone through counseling he hopes he'll be given a second chance but there is a tape that's been published by the new yorker that is making it pretty obvious that it wasn't consensual at a tape that has now been listened to around the world and a tape that appears to have been something that was set up by the place as right yes a disturbing recording in fact of a conversation between harvey weinstein and a woman called ambra batalanda gutierrrez that she was a former finalist in the miss italy contestant two years ago she went to the police in new york claiming that harvey weinstein had group term now detectives there decide to fitter widow courting device and the next time the two of the net albums at a restaurant in manhattan she recorded the conversation and on that tape harvey weinstein can be heard and virtually insisting that she join him in his room at saying that failure to do so would cost her his friendship and so on and she did eventually head upstairs with him but then she got scant and went back to the restaurant whereupon detectives took mr weinstein away for questioning but didn't do anything the district attorneys office apparently later decided that there wasn't enough evidence on the face of it to press charges so the case got dropped and the whole thing went away david willetts thank you and we'll be ah herring part of that tape david referred to later on in the programs was talking to someone who herself said she was abused by harvey weinstein ninety minutes to seven alert stories all over the newspapers this morning of course allegations of rape and sexual harassment swirling around harvey weinstein it is the.

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"ambra" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"ambra" Discussed on KKAT

"That attention and so people willing to work it situations and put themselves there got it flown it use it and some people avenue hollywood and others have it others find a disgusting and i get it but i can't look at somebody and say oh you know that person you know where they got famous is blubber i don't know the nor do we care then there's that by going on in hollywood right now everybody's looking around ago who slept with harvey and got a major role hm woo because now we can look down upon them yeah what he did was horrible disgusting and listen to some of this this is him the nypd tried to do is staying on because a model slash actress aren't they all ambra that elina gutierez kind of got felt up felt a little grows she was trying to become an actress and the whole nine yards she's hanging out with harvey and this is harvey's kind of ammo at this hotel which is bring them up to my room they watch me shower it's weird don't know whatever but she went to the special victims unit and they said we'll here let's let's tape him and so they did and this is some of that and you just sit there and you listened to the desperation in a very powerful man's voice and it is so weird two during the bar doing come on please were just too embarrassed but the desperation please sit with me deb zigzagged come on sit with me please please please sit just just come in just come and watch me shower and that was the same all that did that he had had all along the entire time so that ashley judd said.

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"ambra" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"ambra" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"That attention and so people willing to work it situations and put themselves there got it use it and some people avenue hollywood and others have it others find it disgusting and i get it but i can't look at somebody and say oh you know that person you know where they got famous is blubber i don't know in order we care and there's that by going on in hollywood right now because everybody's looking around ago who slip with harvey and got a major role hm who because now we can look down upon them yeah what he did was horrible disgusting and listen to some of this this is him the nypd tried to do a staying on it because a model slash actress aren't they all ambra that lena gutierez kinda got felt up felt a little grows she was trying to become an actress and the whole nine yards she's hanging out with harvey and this is harvey's can ammo at this hotel which is bring them up to my room they watch me shower it's weird don't know whatever but she went to special victims unit right and they said well here let's let's tape him and so they did and this is some of that and you just sit there and you listen to the desperation in a very powerful man's voice and it is so weird i'm good no one i was crying canal person please i'm just relieved of embarrassment i'll tell you but the desperation of please hit with me dep zigzagged come on sit with me please please please sit just just come in just come and watch me shower that and that was same all that that that he had had all along the entire time so that ashley judd said.

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"ambra" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"ambra" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Listen that is a ticket on court quote me to watch me to what's his name he to inflict should all watched from me too but for me to what frame me to look what shoe dismay m'aiment kyaw came the spanish launched two hugh welcome back to the collier bradley show here on my talk one of seven one streaming live and doing everything entertainment am i talk what are seven onecom colleen lindstroem i'm bradley trainer you're about to hear a harvey weinstein envy act harvey weinstein himself emme act of sexually harassing another woman now before we get to that audio let me just tell you uh or illustrate for you how this all went down this came from a piece in the new yorker that just was published this morning by ronen ferro a thirteen month long excuse me a 10monthlong investigation with thirteen women that ronen interviewed all about the behaviour of harvey weinstein back it up remember that yesterday actually last week we learned from the new york times who vet harvey weinstein was alleged to have been a disgusting grotesque human being this particular our story choline alleges rape other sexual assault and sexual harassment and intimidation that's what you're going to here in this audio this is actually audio published in the peace where weinstein admits to groping a woman in iraq according secretly captured during an nypd sting operation i have a lot of questions about that but we have at later yeah but this is a a woman her name is a ambra batalanda guti euros she's a filipina italian model and she she is encountering harvey weinstein in his hotel and for the sake of instruct era for the sake of characterizing the audio you're about to hear just know that the tour in his hotel room he's trying to get her into his bathrobe can i just really quickly issue just respectfully a trigger warning for women who sure who have may be found themselves in similar situations and are still dealing with that you might wanna just be aware of of that it's heavier rain that 'cause it's hard to listen it's difficult to listen to sell trigger warning and here we go no way liam payne on the bar though three three i want to kinda crescent no person i own means banks were just sudameris oh man nah i don't wanna know how can i don't want to miss fair enough.

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