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"andrea sherr" Discussed on New Pod Flow
"But Ellen seasonal though. Ellen comb half the year and then half the year they off. Every day now, L. L. is out season right now I wish soon. Gas. He was. Oprah to. Traveling. That's right. Yeah. But now they they seasonal FRA. The off season right now. And that's why she she was trying to quit before the season renewed or whatever. Because it came out today was talking about quit her own show she talked with Donald Show is but that's how giving it to. To James Corden some shit. Just be called, Jane. Elliott. Now. They said you know he knew Eric Andrea is. The minute. Game with the Afro that'd be on. Adult Swim. shit. Other Ellis Dj. Showed Andrei. Keeping the element but if you ever saw Andre so nice, it's crazy and was getting. chikomo cartoons swimmed Like I mean adult swim late night cartoon network. And So, that one episode of had whiz on their wiz Khalifa. Interview by Cannibal Berries for some reason. Area Andrei Bust through the desk the hamburgers sitting on his knee goes asthmatic. So. They'll say, Andreessen host the show. And keep the name Ellen. Right, anyway. Okay Yeah. You Ain't feeling that. Nigga Watch Andrea Sherr don't even though it is God damnit. Ellen his standup on Netflix dot checking me out I mean I ain't watched it, but you should watch it. We're we're going with this topic. Not My kind of humor but anyway, I think about like Ellen I mean to me. L. I mean the shit that was coming out like it was like Cologne if you if you black don't wear box braids. This Israel the but that was telling people don't wear a certain type of Cologne to the show because you don't like the smell of it. that she was rue, they will selling they to black girls that worked at both have box braids at the same time. Why people said, how are we going to tell you guys apart? Yes. That was GOI. A crazy diet was like really disrespected people on there. So. To me like the the actors that she took. As far as to make things, right. was still showed the abuse that was happening on the show. You Ain't got fat you ain't got five paid days off. You can't get five days off. This is the staff that's. You get your birthday even. That to put it out there like something it's nothing. It's nothing I mean I see. Okay. Maybe you don't get like me and you we both we get two weeks of vacation. We get two weeks vacation During? Our work us where we work all year with Ellen show has off season was probably three to six months. I'm not sure but they have a time where they're not recording. So maybe they don't have as much vacation but five days especially, if I'm working on a TV show that's generating crazy money. You know what I'm saying. To Take it even further the original the original article that I read about this was talking about how. The people that actually dealt with the abuse that was coming from. The higher ups from the show. was getting the same swag that the fans were getting for dealing with the abuse for staying quiet. You know what I'm saying. So they come in there and it's like I don't wear. Cologne. No more or change your hair style or different things that they were saying to different people if they would just deal with it. Okay. Here you go. Here's a fucking bath and body works gift Card or some Shit. Like they was Kinda them off in a way, you know what I'm saying. which is I mean this fucking nuts. So. Yeah that's Definitely been spotted trying to work in hell no hell no L. A. She wanted to quit what came out and she tried to put like worse celebrity. So fucking weird though as I feel like I feel like it's a power hungry saying dog like. There's Would you agree if I said that there's different versions of the top? You know what I mean. Okay. So L let's say on the top of talk shows. Right. And let's say. Throw any fucking rapper name out there they at the top of whatever it is that they do you know what I'm saying. Celebrity so. I don't reach the point to where I can get whatever the fuck I won't. All I do is ask for it. If I don't like this person chewing gum you don't chew that fucking going around. Me found like persons, Cologne. Cologne around me. It's. I guess they get sick with the power that they get or the. Or the pool retro the Control Yeah, they get they get sick with. Steve Harvey have some similar accusations Harvey. Now Steve Harvey was actually bucket against system is what fight him up. So, he was having some shit to where people they wanna work with him like he was like. Just weird as fuck like. Don't talk. That he had a stage should leaked about do and like his fucking demands was insane like Ireland but I don't remember that. and I want to the family fuchsia. Appreciate you have some wild she come out about. This extent, but it was still wild. Okay. Well, fuck now now I'm fucking we'll see you still until until they come out and say Steve Steve You know. He required booties in his lap anytime. He was in the backstage like you. I don't even know. What he would require I know but. I never heard of that but I mean. I feel like the LS Shit like the producers, the article that I initially red light the produces the ones behind the The main ship that was going on with the people that work there, but still has some guilt in. So first response, her first response was she was you know going to investigate the produces, but then you know the more that came out on her, you know like I'll shit what we addresses to. She just wanted to just fucking quit and run from it. Instead they promoted twitching game they gets five vacation days. Now Steve Harvey. That's what it was was what what was came out it was like some rules or some shit. Good morning everyone. Welcome back a like you all to review in Ed here to the following notes and rules for season five of my talk show. There would be no meetings in my dressing room. No. Stopping by popping in no one do not kind. My dressing room unless invited do not open my dressing room door. If you open my door expect to be removed, my security team will stop everyone for standing by door who had the intent to see or speak to me all the ambushing to stop that includes TV sale you schedule an appointment I have been taking advantage of my lenient policy in the past..
"andrea sherr" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Mean because you can't have community. Chickens Nice. Okay got feel like I'm at home. Several those new studio, draco. Got Some. Swedish fish. And we got some gummy worms. Oh I've seen this coming, so we got some sour patch. Kids I stop. Thoughtful she sent you some Rolaids as well. No I think you'll need those. With the best, thank you so much, Laurie either candies. Burn Yeah, Oh okay? I. Don't know I just I figured. You do so. These will come in really handy, so yeah, would i. it's a good thing. That's a good thing she sent. It's kind of like the Rona just your presence. Harbor somebody else has ordered us a more scrumptious cook either scrumptious cookie todd. Very nice of them! Where did they order them from? They sent him into my house. And so I. The really good. I love the Carmo ones or my favorite. I forgot him at home. I forgot Oh whoa WHOA. Why did you actually we assembled them and I was supposed to the direction I think was on the website. Bring them to work with me. and I forgot I. Hath. So. Are, you do it Monday. Note on the door so when you're leaving, it's right. There says Oh, did I did that didn't look at the door what I left. Through the window and I wasn't paying attention. Cookie Crumbs on your Chin. Now. What's happening? But really the food thing I. I I'm starting to really believe they are trying to kill me because. Getting this stuff, thank you. Thank you so much, but police for by all the greatest. Everyone of you? okay also from Don't touch your face. Patent Keith, another mispronounced verbal pet peeve for you. I drove across. The state across the state. No. You drove across state Thing, that's a big thing in Nebraska drove through, Oh. Yeah, and so is warsh. Instead of wash? I hate washing dinner. My Wife to water. Weird, another one that drives me insane is Eagle. Instead of illegal drives me crazy and I read an article yesterday I thought of you talked a little bit about it on chewing the fat a an article out of Detroit written talking about the cartels could care. Less written could care telling you. I it. Exploded is it illegal to? Just couldn't believe it. I mean I. It's bad enough that they're. Saying it. It said that. Written, yeah, come on now, I mean. Doesn't that sound brought to you when you say apparently not because everybody says it, so I could care less Carlos and which so. You might care just a little bit, but and then so you're saying there's room what could happen. That would make you feel less. No or that could mean you care a great deal and you could care less than that. Sure okay, well whatever? Also. We got this from PAT had Derek Smith. He thinks it's time to add cheeses to the wheel of cancel. Oh, no, Oh, yeah, here's a maybe a little known. Fact that on the cheese its box. Packaging in the lower left hand corner. Real Cheese matter you. Mocking black lives matters all my. Wow it must be canceled. That's blatant. Cheez its or is now. They haven't said anything that a good about president trump, have they? The VISCO cheesy people know and. We can still. Boy, they're fine. Yeah, if you if you're a head of a company. At the White House and you say something. Nice about the president boycott. You're done closed. Shut him down like Goya. Yesterday the president, said something Nice. Something, Nice about the president a shadow now people want to boycott. Home Anymore. None of your products could be at my house last time we need Goya I know. Castro Houlihan Julian was wanting to boycott. Goya and I was looking throughout the thread last night and one lady had a picture of one thing. This is the only thing from Goya that I'm going to allow him to my house. Oh, you feel that strongly. Okay. All right now, if I were to boycott you except for the products that really only product that she likes. And Still remain arouse. That's pretty powerful. Conditions are. Pretty Awful. got this tweet from Andrea Sherr this sign on a local store Ono. shoplifters will be prostituted. Oh, no exceptions, prostate! Know how Jeffey you WANNA store so I guess we're GonNa make you walk the streets if you shot. I didn't realize they could do that. I can tell you one thing to hang out at that store waiting for somebody to get. Busted for shoplifting. Representative. Is that. Can that possibly be real? Doubt in huge letters, and you don't think yeah. OKAY THERE WE GO! We're GONNA prostitute them if they steal from us. WE'LL WAIT How does that first of all? Help Your Business Secondly? I'm not sure it's possible for you to force them into a life of prostitution. They still write. It doesn't say for how long no sure that's true. Triple, eight, nine, hundred, thirty, three, thousand, three from. oops, all berries. He's found some Jeffey size masks oh. Have you been wearing a mask wherever you go, we can't. Fit in, but fortunately. oops berries found. Four pacman you, could you? Could use any of those sales. The sailboat votes there if you're listening. As a mask! Yes, very funny. Those make just about fit you. See what they're saying there is. Very Very. Very very large said I got it. s wanted to make sure. Are you wearing a mask when you go out, Jeff, you'd have to, but you I. don't go out. I drive here. Yeah, really yeah, you don't go to the store ever. No, I do I. DO drive people there and wait for them to go. Get whatever we need to come back in. Okay here we go, you know we order it and go pick it up now. Are You legit concerned is that? Why are you really concerned that you might get it because you've got some other factors like the heart event? Perhaps and that's been a year and a half. Yeah? To worry about his stop the old. That's not even on your chart anymore. Is it not really then? There was the other event i. took out a body part big deal. Have already lost I, they I a body part missing already happened, but you don't. Really Yeah me and kept my knee gone. Still plenty of you to go around It's good good, so are you? Are you concerned? You got some other issues I? Mean you Kinda Jumpy Kinda? I'm not I'm not I don't it doesn't overwhelm me, but kind of. Just taking precautions. Yeah, that's good. That's good. Good. Let me take sixty seconds to tell you about keeps. We care almost believe that we care about you we do. I'm just leaving it there. Yeah me, too. That's all I was waiting for the Michael. So keeps allows you to. Keep your hair. The offered the generic versions of the only two FDA approved drugs that are on the market This is the real deal and it saves you a lot of money because they're not the brand names. Are there the generic and they're the same thing. all you have to do is sit on your butt at home answer. A few questions online snap a few pictures of this is the way to go. Yes, and then a doctor evaluate your information and send you the product, so it's it's really..
"andrea sherr" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"Closing concessions don't stand so close to me. Twenty lockdown extended quick everyone to the of Insert pod here Derek. Liz Somehow became a real life. Video game lawyer stop. Ask a question a podcast or would ask that is so good. Particulate intrusions lead singer. Oliver clothes off big easy blasphemy. The order is achieved escape. Velocity is now in orbit. Rhonda wants an Alaskan live show before it all melts. I picked a hell of a pandemic. Quit drinking Malaika Chandler Peut Quackenbush Soggy Pants David in Brooklyn Matthew Vernon don't take legal advice from laser beam monstrosity attorney. Do take of email Sakashita. Focus he'll be covert will kill so many Americans it'll be protected by the second amendment. Heather L. JEREMIAH'S FANCY MICRO J. That's kind of what's happening like the nut. Jobs are trying to protect codes ability to kill us like it's kind of the same people anyway. Sorry Allie Deity. Rosario ally Bosnich Sam to now Sam Buck. Twenty twenty needs is a transformers movie directed by Michael Bay. Yeah just to to fully destroy all my last remaining faith in Humanity Andrea Sherr Aka. Natasha crunch rap. No commute so behind on podcasts. Well binge if masks violate the constitution. Why not no-shirt Dose Shoes New Service? I agree with that one hundred percent and of course king of this podcast and see who shall never be thrown since episode sixty five long. May he reign? But you know do Conrad Michael's right. We love you Conrad..
Andrea DeLong-Amaya, Women Working in the World of Plants
"We continue cultivating places. Women's history month interviews. Were joined this week by Andrea Delong Amaya director of horticulture for the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center at the University of Texas. At Austin it is also the botanic garden for the State of Texas Andrea has been on staff for over twenty years and has more than thirty years of experience in horticulture. She Guides fifteen staff members in the design and management of nine acres of Native Plant Gardens. Two hundred and seventy five acres of natural areas and in native plant nursery. She teaches classes in native plant horticulture and writes and presents on her passion for the field widely. She spoke with US late. Last autumn to share more about the history and work of the centre including it. Being the legacy of another extraordinary woman ladybird Johnson Andrea shares. Her own enthusiasm for this field of work. Welcome Andrea Hi. How you doing? I'm great how are you wonderful? I'd love for you to start by describing describe the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center as visually as you can for listeners. Who may not have been there. And then we'll talk a little bit about your specific work there Andrea Sherr so we are in a South Austin and in the middle of Texas. We're in a part of the state that we refer to as Texas El country or the Edwards Plateau which is a beautiful beautiful part of the state. Of course Texans will say every part of the state is beautiful but I WANNA say text. The central Texas area is particularly beautiful especially in the spring were really renowned for having excellent wildflower displays including the Texas blue on it which occurs all over the state but the central Texas areas particularly flora for us in the spring. And so we are like I said in Austin and the site that were on is a public garden where about two hundred and eighty five acres. I think we actually added a little bit more In the last year or so and it's a public garden where we feature plants that are native to the state of Texas. That's the site now. The organization is bigger than that But the gardens here. We're demonstrating hell different. Native plants can be used in different kinds of landscapes different kinds of styles. We have collections of plants. From different parts of the State we are the Botanic Garden Texas. So we're trying to increase our collections to represent other parts of the state as well as the central Texas area so we have about nine acres of cultivated gardens and then we have a sixteen Acre Texas Arboretum of trees So those are the horticultural areas in then. We have natural areas in The other parts of the the property And that the natural areas also include some research areas. We have some Areas where we're doing Land Management prescribed fire treatments and different kinds of land-management to see how that influences the vegetation. Yeah we can talk more about that. If you're if you like definitely definitely I will i. I would love to get into some of the specifics of each of those areas you just described but before we get there. Describe your your your job there what it entails and may be the trajectory of your twenty years there. Andrea. Yeah well. I started as a gardener appropriately and really enjoy working outside. I mean I've always been interested in being outdoors and that goes way back to my childhood is probably most people who have an affinity for the natural world That usually starts childhood so I grew up doing things outdoors with my parents particularly with my dad. We'd go camping or canoeing. And I remember having a field guide of of wildflowers weeds that surrounded our area where we lived and that was great. Fun everything from astronomy to birds and lizards and insects. Just everything is so interesting And I just find that the more I learn about things the more I'm fascinated and in awe of the natural world so that's just started early but it's just been a long a lifelong interest in learning more and observing more. I mean I laugh. We have a big picture window at our dining room table. And that's our TV. We don't have an actual electronics of the Inter House. It's overlooking a garden and pond and we just sit there and watch the animal antics and what's blooming and it's great fun and it's a nice way to slow down in our fast paced world That's a that's a big part of what I think. Nature does for me and for a lot of people So you started as a gardener. What year was that Andrea and then tell us about the progression of your rules at the Center Which clearly you progressed in because of your deepening curiosity and ever expanding knowledge base. Yes so I started in December of nine hundred ninety eight and Worked as a gardener I've guarded in most of the areas that we have in Under cultivation over the years and at some point we had Position of gardens manager was available so I moved into that and then I don't know maybe fifteen years ago I transitioned into the direct report culture and Unfortunately that means a little bit less guarding than I used to do. But it also gets me in a higher level of designing decision making which is very exciting and allows me to have more influence over some of the bigger picture things that are happening And then overseeing the natural areas arboretum and the nurseries also been pretty pretty fun and adds different interest to what what I'm looking at. Yeah so talk about Before we get into the specifics of some of the programmatic areas and display areas there and then the research give listeners. A history of the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center when it started what it's original mission in scope was of course the wonderful woman for whom it is named and by whom it was founded in its original iteration and So that that people have an understanding of just how much bigger is then. A Garden appreciating wildflowers. Because that is a fabulous mission but it's it is much bigger than that so we're very blessed to have had the visionary Labor Johnson as founder. She founded the wildflower center. Initially as the wildflower research center. The National Welfare Research Center and that was an endeavor that she took on with her friend and actress. Helen Hayes which a lot of people don't remember that part of of the history but it's Kinda Funny Mrs Johnson didn't feel like she had enough name. Recognition Systems of Helen Hayes. And so her mission right from the beginning was to really try to understand an unlocked the secrets of wildfires in native plants and understand how they grow and that was the original research. The the wildflower center did at that time and so that was a nineteen eighty two so the organization started back. Then we moved to our current site as a public garden Before it was more just a research site with some portables but it didn't really have botanical garden kind of exhibits. Someone moved to Our current site in one thousand nine hundred ninety five that was really a big focus of making the space Amenable to guests and having exhibits that people can interact with and having educational programming and really elaborating on that when she first started it. Why we'll just remind listeners? She was of course the first lady of the United States and she Had A as firstly. She had some remarkable initiatives to beautify. I think was the word that was used then. roads and highways across the country and she was taken by the wildflower diversity there in her home state for good reason. Because it's a pretty remarkable native flora. Will you talk a little bit about that? And and why people thought this was not just a pretty project but was worthy of deep research. Even at that time so yeah. Mrs Johnson grew up in a rural setting and without siblings so she was a long time so her best friend is. A child was outside Just the outdoors and I think that was what what instilled upon in her the scrape passion for the for the natural world and then as she became first lady She really had a great influence on President Johnson in terms of Passing legislation one of the things he's known for is the beautification. Act The highway beautification. Act and getting billboards off of the roadsides and cleaning up roadsides and planting wildflowers and the way I understand it you know we talk about it is being beautification and she knew at the time. She was very savvy that at the time. She knew that that was a word that would engage people. The public secretly I. I've heard that she felt like that was actually kind of a word and that it is she. I think she understood. It was deeper than just beautification was away to connect people with the idea that she
Music & AI with Pablo Samuel Castro of Google Brain
"Am here at nerves continuing my coverage and conversations from the thirty third nerves conference and I am seated with Pablo awesome. Well Castro who is a staff research software developer at Google Pablo. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you thank you very much for having me. This is a real pleasure to be here. Awesome thanks so much. I am really excited to jump into this conversation. You are someone that I follow on twitter. And like we've had these kind of back in occasional occasional back in overtime and it's great to finally meet you in person. you've got some pretty varied interests You spend a lot of time. You're research focus on reinforcement learning. You also tweet a lot about music and arts. Looking at your background you've done applied l. l. stuff at Google on ad from and other things you know. Tell us the story like how to all these threads come together So well originally. I'm from Ecuador and they moved to Canada after high school to to come study at McGill So eventually I did. My undergrad in the navy actually actually did my masters and PhD St at McGill with throwing a pre-cup and garden and so part of the reason why stayed in Montreal and McGill was for personal reasons. I had I was dating someone. WHO's now my wife and I also yes and I also had a band so I've always always been heavily involved with music? I grew up with music. Learning music. Play music so that was very important to me and I didn't WanNa leave that so I decided to make that choice. I know it's not typical thing that suggested to do while you're in the same university but for me. It was more important to to play music so I graduated. Did I finished my PhD at around two thousand eleven and then I moved to Paris post doc and this was at a time where a isn't what we see here with twelve thousand people in this conference. In Europe's didn't have back. Then it was called Nips maybe four thousand people So I WANNA say Nakajima and I was working at the intersection that was very theoretical between between Markov decision processes and form over vacation so I was finding it really hard to find a job because I wasn't former fixation enough for the former vacation community and I was I wasn't reinforcement learning enough for the reinforcement learning. Okay and so after my post doc I I just feared already have two young kids. And if you're that I would speak going post the post stop for too long so I luckily got up from from Google doing applied machine learning and adds an extra said goodbye. Getting at that point I stopped reading papers and faster fast. Then I did a little quick stint in chrome doing a building machine learning infrastructure so backend infrastructure And Brain opened up in Montreal and mark. Belmar are who I had done. My masters with he was he kept in research. He was in decline for a while and he was one of the first people to join brain in Montreal and he put in a good word for me and So then they. They offered me to join them and I jumped up that possibility and I hadn't been following the research. That also is a huge shock to come back. I I mean when I was doing my research. We were all working on Grit worlds and in pretty simple environment because a lot of it was theoretical. We didn't really use deep networks at all for enforcement or any now so it was a lot of catchup trying to to familiarize myself with the literature and how the whole landscape has changed so throughout all this time I always kept with music. I had a a few different bands. Always I've always been performing live and writing music and The other thing is when I started my PhD. I was actually considering doing a PhD with Douglas AC as as well as with During a pre cup in something with machine learning and music but at the time the what was available for music generation didn't really excite me very much Because it was still in the early days and I fear that it would taint my love of music and I just want to keep my music site separate but when a rejoined the research world and I saw with the Magenta team was doing I was kind of blown away by by the quality of of things then. I decided to also start going along that pathway pretty almost I think the day after I joined brain This artists from Canada. He's called David Usher. He's pretty well known in Canada. He approached us wanting to the other. He approached us that he was actually. I had abandoned the nineties called Moist and really popular and and he approached us. He wanted to do an album using like ai techniques and so we just Matton Kinda brainstorm then thing. He gravitated towards the most was lyrics and and So Google who was my manager at the time was Very generous because I had just joined bright. And he's like. Do you want to take this project because I like music as it sure. That sounds fun. I had never trained a language model. We're still trying to figure out all the steep networks because I hadn't looked at that but yeah google that gave me that opportunity and and I learned a ton and that project it's still it's still an ongoing project. So relative to the first model trained with David which we actually made a video out of that like he wrote one of his songs with the first prototype and it worked okay but the model we have now is so much better and I understand all of this language modeling so much better than they did before. And that's just ah that experience kind of showed me to not be afraid of stepping out of because even with reinforcement learning which is the background to step out of that comfort zone and go into two other areas that I'm not as familiar with because they're all interesting problems and really trying to dig into the details. And for me the way I learned the most is actually actually trying to implement some of these models architectures and play around with him because you read about them in papers and you kind of get it fine but until you're actually trying to get it to work for yourself it's that's a whole different experience and I've learned so much just from doing this like jumping from a one to the next in a separate can field and learning about those architectures architecture's but while still maintaining my research and reinforcement learning. Well it sounds like you've landed in an incredible place to do that. Not just kind of the resources of Google and the people that you're surrounded with and have an opportunity to interact with but your role seems to be defined as like advancing research. You know the implementation absolutely. Yeah so I'm a software developer like. That's my official title. There's also research scientists that Google and until recently there was still like most people that are in research wants to be research scientists. Because that's like then you're officially doing science So my like if I had graduated say four years after when I graduated likely would have been applying for research research scientist role Back when I google. That wasn't really a maybe Sammy. Benji was a research scientist but probably about it And so I entered Google ads syringe India and sort of advance my career in that in that track and when I joined Google it was a software engineer. Develop developing comebacks. 'CAUSE engineer you get an iron ringing. I don't have that Initially I was a little skeptical because the official description is your. They're more supporting research. Scientists and so. I was worried that I wouldn't don't have the flexibility to pursue my own research interests. But it's been not at all like that so I lead my own research projects and I still support a lot of people with the engineering aspects of it. Because I've been working on this a lot so I'm more familiar with Google infrastructure and just coating in general And it's been a lot of the major major advances that we see in machine learning the I nowadays a lot of his engineering. So there's of course there's still math and there's still a lot of theory behind it but a lot of engineering and and I don't think it I think more and more it is but Few years ago I don't feel like dot the credited. It really deserved and so living in the sort of intersection of of pure engineering and pure research is for me super exciting because I kinda get the playground in both worlds and learn from both when I've got a a long Melissa things that I wanNA talk to you about but you mentioned Something that's got me really curious. The you know what it means to evolve a language model so you started this project with David And came out with this early crappy language model and have evolved over some number of been like uh-huh Yeah No. It's been like a year and a half it's been or actually it's been almost like two years. I think since we started it but two years calendar calendar wise. But but it's not it's not one of my main project so yeah exactly so it's when I get a chance that I that I work. Yeah so as I said when I started this project I had never trained a language model. I like like I knew what else were studied in school. But so the first thing I did was I actually Andrea Sherr potty has the Yeah this famous blog post host The surprising reliability of of recur neural networks. Something like that thing. Anyway that blog posts and they got his Kodansha Jordan's are played around with it and that was the the Vero model. I'm just over characters and then I started tweeting that a bit and and finding new data sets for lyrics and that initial model that was basically a variant of Parties model was the initial model that I had and so that was okay. They just a milestone like okay was able to train. This actually get it to do what I wanted to do. But obviously was Has All the shortcomings that these types of models do the around around. I mean the the tension is all you need. Paper had come out not not Not Too much before then. And so then I started looking into these attention models and and so so it seemed like the right thing to switched over to to the transformer model and started playing around with that and so the V.. Two model was attention model and it's had various versions of a two part of the difficulty that had with the language with training. These language models on lyric status at is that the lyrics said is not the best in what sense so the tricky thing about these language models is that an end for lyrics in particular is that you're trying signed to get this model to learn English kind of so how how to structure English phrases together but in quote unquote poetic way and to not be boring doing right because you're trying to use it for creative purposes and you don't want it to be boring so we train this model and if you look at it like perplexity scores and things like that it was doing pretty well on this lyric status but but then when you actually look at the output. It was extremely boring so because in pop songs you have lines that repeat often. I mean that's just how songs written so the model would tend to just repeat the same thing over and over and over and It also had certain phrases that would keep on coming back to just had very high likelihood so I wonder if you've talked about this. I say like it's Hanway but the average pop line over the last six decades is you know that I'm the one and That one came up a lot and you can also get you know that I'm the one baby. So that's the average pop line. It was boring and so the interesting thing about working with with with David is that I build variants of these models and nitro him and one of the things he remarked on. Is that It was very nonspecific in the sense that at the nouns that it was using it wouldn't use proper nouns. So would you like me. You he she they since very kind of ambiguous. If you think of Like the Beatles mister mustard polythene pam jude. You know there's all these I mean the fictional characters but they're very canvas and so then you can sort of the ground the song song in something kind of real whereas if you're just talking about him like hey you don't don't even though pink. Floyd has a hate us
"andrea sherr" Discussed on The Big Story
"Solo conservative candidates. Brad trost here. LA- mu their support went to Mr Sheer during the leadership Similarly Tenure Grant Alan and activist in Ontario help make Doug Ford leader so there are a powerful force and when I read what they write about these things things they believe that if only politicians said what they believed in advocated for these positions more effectively or more forcefully than the public. Look Mike Come around I believe that. There is sort of unrealistic quality to that analysis and it reminds me somewhat of the inevitable post election analysis from the Socialist Caucus of the MVP. Whatever the outcome you can count on the left wing? MVP or saying well. We would have done better if we propose nationalizing the banks similarly you have the these A militant social conservatives who after every election say well. We would've done done better if if we promised to take action on abortion so they have an increasing close in the party and I think that the Mister Scheer maybe tempted to move closer to them because they can Rally support for him for this leadership review. It's not clear that he we'll do this. But if he does in order to engage with them more fully start to communicate Stronger social conservative positions. I I think that could be a risk for the party in that it will be associated more firmly in the minds of middle of the Road Canadians with sort of minority. Already views on these questions. Well Shirley Trudeau and sing would love to run the next election against a conservative party that's embracing The kind of spectres that they tried tried to raise about them and this one right. I am sure that the liberals are sitting back and praying that Andrea Sherr hangs on as Conservative leader. Because as Peter Mackay said he did kind of miss an empty net in the last election and and they can just continue to paint him as a social conservative. Who Won't discuss Won't be honest with Canadians about how he feels about things I find it. It's there's a painful quality to watching it. I think Andrew Shares in is a nice man. He's a a pleasant sort of character. After I I I'm sure he works without any problems with people who are gay. It's not like he's not a big it I don't think but he can't bring himself to say Well yes I used to oppose same sex marriage and my church says that's wrong but I see that You know there are things that are way. She could deal with this that he he just doesn't want to. Well does a Catholic too right. He's dealt with it. Yes yes that's right right now. Also they're they're basis different so so trudeau Does not have to worry about alienating social conservative supporters and I know if you talk to conservative politicians off the record conservative organizers and say you know I have you have you been to a pride parade. Did your candidate go to a pride parade. They do get pushback. They will tell you that when they do that. Some of their supporters will say well you lost my support. I don't believe in that that's wrong. So I mean Mr Sheer has to deal deal with basis. Mr Trudeau doesn't have to deal with Mr. Mr Trudeau is a self-proclaimed feminist has curry favor with you know abortion rights activists and also with. Gt Do community. He moved the party away from you. Know it used to be that you you could be anti abortion and a member of the Liberal Party. And he's he's Move the party to polarize along these lines. I I kind of feel badly for the position that Andrea Sherr is in because he may have to move in a way to keep his job that might make him less likely to win the next election election and thus put his job at further risk. I don't is there a way out of this firm. Can you walk a line. I think it's very difficult in less things. Go terribly for the Liberals in the next six months we are all thinking the conventional wisdom. The moment is that the Minister Trudeau has a stable Minority he can uh sit back and take time and proceed organized manner to meet parliament and proceed with his agenda. And that's the likeliest thing But if if something terrible happens if the RCMP announced that they are investigating SNC. Laval and if you have a a few decides to dress up in black face again or or go to some foreign country in the foolishly again You know right track record is mixed right. Yeah so there are things that could happen. That would put the focus back on the Liberals and would make the Conservatives feel that. They can't afford to change their leader in a minority parliament. So in a way I suspect that sheer is doomed as leader although he can hang on and hope that events transpired the change the circumstances for them that basically pleaded liberals The Trudeau government messes up in some important way right. Well the kind of sword hanging over all this as the technically. I guess we could have having election anytime after the throne speech right yes The government conceivably could follow the throne speech and we could be back into an election immediately. Really that is never the way these things play out And you know. I don't think we're ready for another elections And voters would punish any party that You know would Be Seen to recklessly brought out another a unnecessary election. I don't think there's going to be an election before our October. Nineteen nineteen twenty twenty one. which is the date at which the class of Twenty fifteen which is a majority of? MP's and this Parliament have vested their pensions and so none of them are GonNa want to go for another election before they crossed that finish line. That's a very pragmatic way to determine when we have another election. Well politicians are just people and Like anyone they worry about how they're gonNA look after their retirement so I suspect that they will suddenly feel a lot braver on confidence after that happens and I guess we'll see in April if Mr Scherr surveys I think it's GonNa be very interesting to be in Toronto when they count the votes that I'm going to put that in my calendar. Thank Stephen Thank you. Stephen Maher contributing editor at Maclean's that was the big story. You want more there on the website at the big story podcast dot ca there also in your favorite podcast cast APP. WanNa talk to us where to find us at the big story F. P. N.. 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"andrea sherr" Discussed on The Heat
"I heard you my friends you are sending our liberal team back to work back to Ottawa with a clear mandate we will make life more affordable we will continue to fight climate change we will get guns off our streets with a clear agenda for issues like climate change and social equality for years later Trudeau managed to keep his own job but will be leading a minority government as conservatives narrowly managed to win the popular vote but the election results appear to show more than just left to right throughout Canada political regionalism has been intensifying do these the latest trends highlight and increasingly diverse nation agreeing practice that threatened to divide Canada Hello I'm on a night welcome to the heat. podcast with US discuss what the slightest connection reveals about changing Canadian society is Eric Miller he's a global fellow at the Woodrow Wilson Center Candidate Institute and is President of the Rideau Potomac Strategy Group Eric Nice to have you welcome thank you for having me I let me ask you straight off the top what are your main takeaways from the outcome of this election well certainly the main takeaways are that Justin Trudeau despite disappointing many voters manage to triumph but he ounce only in the vote rich areas of Quebec and Ontario and so he did very poorly in the west and so that leaves gap that he will have to fill in terms of reaching out to the West and in terms of ensuring that they feel included in listen to in the Federation we conservatives in a liberal the party's clearly took home most of the votes but there were other emerging forces not president in previous elections can you out these main divisions for us well certainly if what you've seen is Justin Trudeau is very consciously progressive in in a way that said the government of John Cray Champ was not John Craig I would certainly tell you. He was very progressive but Justin Trudeau wore progressivism as brand and what we've seen also internationally is a fragmentation of politics so the progressives are all that much more progressive and the Conservatives are all that much more conservative and so certainly wearing the badge of honor of progress Awesome Help Justin Trudeau a lot and some parts of the country but in other parts of the country it really didn't help him very much trudeau face challenges during the election campaign accusations that he did not fulfill campaign promises and of course the Boho load of personal scandals that he was involved in as well where do you think was the most dissatisfaction with him well certainly he came into office with Sky High expectations he promised quote sunny ways and the challenges when you set the bar astronauts Mickley high you're bound to fall short and so there was that and also the mismanagement of the SEC lalain scandal which was efforts to set up a d Word Prosecution agreement which I think we're terribly mischaracterized in the press in many ways but certainly weighed him down at the polls because what the government was signed to do wasn't properly explained in many of the actions in its execution we're not properly done and so he went into the election with problems you also had the mcface scandal which merged which certainly sullied his image as a great progressive leader and one that many of the progressives around the world looked up to and so a combination of factors weighed him down but a relentless focus on making voters concerned about what Andrea Sherr his opponent would you and a focus on the voting geography of where he needed to win helped him to carry the day. Well let's look at the lay of parliament right now so the Liberals won the most seats then you have the conservatives then you have the New Democratic Party which has got twenty four seats and the Coca Cola party which has got thirty two so how does Trudeau now govern he governs on a case by case basis and so there are natural alliances with many of the parties on many issues so when comes to pass the budget he will no doubt tack a little bit left and ally himself with the New Democratic Party who will be looking for things like final farm medicare national dental care and an expansion of social entitlements luckily for them Mr trio is not particularly focused on fiscal discipline Glenn so one can expect deficit to increase on issues like trade agreement with the United States and Mexico. US MCA you can expect the concert support him you will also expect to conservatives.
"andrea sherr" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Flex some kind of fuzzy for and then somebody identifies what you've just said which is are these bone eating worms that had you ever seen those creatures is to bring in all of the experts virtually so we can do the best job we can as stewards to collect the samples to then further the science so we process tested samples last night and one of the scientists will be literally driving up to the port to pick them up and we'll be able to do a lot of analysis on them when you said that is unusual would you were surprised to see all those octopus crawling all over the the whale carcass why is that what does that was it known that they're scavengers we you know the politicians are worried about a close election when the dark debating the basic rules of Canadian Democracy Take Andrew Scheer the Conservative leader was in Brampton Ontario today where reporters wanted him to explain flame he's been making about what would happen if nobody has a majority at the end of Monday night it is quite clear that gesture will try to do anything to stay on to power what I'm saying is that the party that wins the most seats should be able to form the government and the other convention in modern Canadian of politics is that a prime minister who enters into an election and comes out of that election with fewer seats than another party resigns even though the rules allow for it do you see a government that it is formed that might not have the most perceived is illegitimate I believe that we have put forward a platform before Canadians and on Monday we'll find out what Canadians will for I am very optimistic that we will win Monday's election with a very strong mandate we're asking Canadians for a majority mandate to prevent an end EP liberal coalition that will run massive debt visits and raise their taxes it is clear that in modern Canadian history the party with the most seats forms the government and that a prime minister who comes out of an election with fewer seats other party resigns the convention in Modern Canadian history that was Conservative leader Andrew Scheer campaigning in Brampton Ontario Today Phillip got say is a professor of political science at Carleton University and an expert on how Canada's democracy works we reach Professor Lagasse say in Ottawa investigators say you just heard Andrea Sherr. He says that if we Canadians give neither the liberals nor the Conservatives majority than the Party with the biggest one why not the one with the most seats should govern is that right I would call that the custom that we've seen in Canada wouldn't call it a binding convention it reflects a sense of flare play in a certain degree democratic propriety but that custom can be set aside when the prime minister deems that he or she is better place to govern the country with the cooperation of another opposition party and the prime minister has authority to meet parliament I and as long as they are able to secure confidence that is the true test of who gets this walk us through how this works if there is that say on Monday we learn the wee hours of Tuesday probably we learned that there is that would say Mr Trudeau does doesn't it The answer on election night or shortly thereafter should declare decide whether he intends to concede defeat at which point he would be signaling Mr Sheer would be prime minister if on the other hand Mr Shudo I decides that the margin between the Liberals and the Conservatives not that wide and that he can stay in power and attempt to govern with another one of the opposition parties than he simply informs the Governor General that he will stay on and just your confidence. He presumably assembles a new cabinet put together throne speech and meets parliament in hopes of securing its confidence of the House of Commons has anyone ever done that because the king of nineteen twenty five is a good example at the federal level that we have we also have just recently last year Premier Brian Gallatin New Brunswick who attempted to do just that to stay in power broker a deal with one of the opposition parties alternately in case it out but it convention is in two thousand and six when Paul Martin resigned and He passed it over to Stephen Harper. Pierre Elliott Trudeau promptly resigned enjoy Clark in this progressive conservatives got a plurality but not a majority of seats in nineteen seventy nine so when Mr Shears says that that is the sort of convention of modern candidate and therefore I would simply point out that it's not a constitutionally binding ruined maybe politically binding rule may be binding because of a sense of fair play but it's a constitutionally binding and therefore it's not a true constitutional convention what I would describe as is the custom it's a tradition but that custom is set aside when the prime minister chooses to remain in power because they feel that they can secure the confidence of the House and that is the key convention play here the key constitutional Shen in this case is which party is able to maintain the confidence of the House of Commons the other custom that Mr here refer is referring to carries a lot of weight it will certainly carry quite a bit of weight if there's a large margin between the Conservatives and the liberals but it is not binding so basically on Tuesdays morning if no party has won a majority but the conservatives have a slightly larger minority or have a minority than Mr Trudeau is still there intends to continue governing that he will attempt to secure the confidence of the house at that point evil put together presumably new cabinet and start putting together a throne speech or whether to call upon the leader of another party to form yet another government it could actually be months before we know the government of Canada is Indians should not feel confident that they will know for sure to stay with the results are well a lot hinges on what the prime minister says in the not too distant future it's possible but I think we should all take a very large grain of salt all the parties are saying now once their coffers indeed and election wariness sets in it may be that parties who declare that they would never support another party may find themselves being a little bit more flexible.
"andrea sherr" Discussed on Front Burner
"So we're almost was one week now into the federal election campaign and a lot has happened. The liberal campaign bus hit their own plane. No one was hurt. It was more entertaining than anything else. We were waiting for our luggage to be loaded on board now. When that happened? Our bus pulled away and almost immediately we heard a loud scraping sound. Justin Trudeau was a no show to the first debate. It can all agree that Justin Trudeau is afraid of his record and that's why he's not here tonight. He is but today we're looking at two different topics the slate of candidates who have been dumped or remain despite despite controversial statements or posts on social media and the many many promises made to voters. CBS's Katie Simpson has been on the road covering the conservative team and and of course fashion Capello's Hosta power politics is here with me. This is front burner Katie. Hi Guys Hi Jane. Hi So happy to have you both here Katie. You've been on the campaign trail with conservatives since the campaign started. Tell me what it's been like well right now. I'M GONNA bus. You're going to probably hear a lot of noise of my colleagues. in the media getting on and off this bus and they're all joking saying they're not is loud as me which is mildly accurate so right now. The conservative media bus is on its way to Andrew Shears. Here's policy announcement right now he's in Cologne A. B. C. He's expected to make some sort of announcement related to affordability and that of course is part of his overall theme. The Conservatives are trying to make the argument to Canadians that you'll keep more money in your pocket. If you've over conservatives we saw that with the policy announcement yesterday or on a Sunday I've actually lost dark the days because all of the days of actually mashed together all blurring together just all mashed together and of course we're recording this on Monday morning so we haven't heard that announcement from Andrea Sherr yet but I know a little bit later in this conversation. We're GONNA talk about some of the ways that the Conservatives have already promised to make your life more affordable not to give spoiler alert that she I understand. You also haven't slept in a week. How are you doing. I'm fine. I'm good. It's gotTa pace myself yeah. It's like a marathon. I find it. If you have no life. It really helps near fine. Good just completely neglect your friends and family or just don't have many okay. Let's get moving here so candidates have been dropping like flies since the election began. This feels a lot to me like the hunger games just at the beginning when a bunch of people just get immediately eliminated. Let's go through some of them. So everyone has a sense of what we're dealing with Katie. Let's start with the conservative. Go go through a few of the examples with me. let's start with Cameron Ogilvy so Cameron Ogilvie is the one candidate who's been fired by the Conservatives he was running in the riding of Winnipeg big north and there were a number of social media posts discovered by press progress and when pressed progress went to the Conservative Party said. Hey have you seen these posts. They decided to kick him out out of the party. They actually put out a press release and they tried to sort of spin it as saying hey we're taking action fast. We're kicking this guy out. Why is Justin Trudeau when they're controversial comments about other other candidates in his party wise and taking action like that so they tried to spin it as an attack even though it is someone who passed their own vetting process who had comments it's on social media that were considered anti Islam and insensitive toward Muslims okay and and he was asked to resign by the Conservative Party because of this yeah they they fired of course let my let the Cannon Statement on that issue speak for itself. I have obviously made it clear that I won't have anything to do with that individual and as I said the other day we're gonna you see this from liberals from now until election day trying to do everything they can to distract okay so that's one. Let's do the conservative candidate for Mississauga Streets Ville so when in Andrew Scheer went to the Greater Toronto area liberal opposition researchers were pointing journalist to a number of previous articles won the National Post one in Vice News that had said Data Malik had tried to run for the provincial conservatives in two thousand eighteen in the Ontario election however the party did not give her the green light to run because yes you had all of this controversial postings on social media. It's mostly a sharing of content a lot of transphobic content things like videos from the rebel bowl talk about protections for LGBTQ students in Alberta and you know trying to spin it as well. This is an attack on girls as attack on students and and you know posting things like this transgender person regrets their transition and those kinds of comments those kinds of articles Andrew Scheer Shear has he has said if a candidate apologizes and takes ownership of their mistakes and promises to be supportive for all Canadians that he still willing to stand by candidate and that's what he's doing with Malik. I all I can tell you. Is that gotTa Malik has acknowledged that some of the comments that she had re tweeted were were insensitive and that she has is taking responsibility for that. I'm glad that she has okay and we're gonNA talk about Angie. shears response a little bit more in a minute but let's just do two more so the way this has been working as the Liberal Research Bureau has been compiling all of these old whether it's social media posts and then they've been giving the content to liberals to tweets what's out there for everyone to see and our panel is one of the targets that they took aim at because Andrew Scheer when he was in Brampton North how to campaign event where they were going to go door knocking together and and and have a rally at his campaign headquarters and so on that day the Liberals knew that was going to happen so they dropped that post online showing that back in two thousand ten Mr Khan I was a teenager at the time had called someone homophobic slur on social media and again Andrew Scheer said that his candidate has apologize taking ownership for his words and that he's going to stand by him there and eventually the strategy for the liberals dropping this information on the day that Andrew Scheer is going to campaign with these these candidates like it essentially so that they're forcing him to talk about that and get something else right yeah basically. They're just hoping that reporters ask. Mo more more of their questions on that then whatever under shear wants to be talking about. It's just a strategy designed to get the Conservatives off whatever message they hope to be getting across that day you know I want to talk about one more conservative candidate a star candidate who is also part of the story Justyna McCaffrey. Some people may know her as a pretty famous wedding dress designer. She's running for conservatives in Ottawa and the Liberals released a video over the weekend a McCaffrey pitching a reality show about herself and faith Goldie. See just you know myself. We go back a couple years now. First first time we met we clicked see I believe a little thing called the girl Mafia. If your heart smart pretty role on the right crowds I basically want become your for those who might need a refresher. Asher on who faith Goldie is she was fired from the rebel media after she appeared on the Neo Nazi podcast the daily stormer in the US. She's made very controversial comments about immigrants. It's she's been banned from facebook. Sheer says he wants nothing to do with her Katie. I know you were with Justyna McCaffrey over the weekend. How is she responding to this. So there are actually two posts. The liberals came forward with on Justyna McCaffrey. She also made some comments that people in Quebec and French Canadians took some deep offense is to and it had to do with her saying that Justin Trudeau seems to be preoccupied with the French and that my colleague from Radio Canada that I'm traveling with on this campaign as he pointed out that that's something that obviously would not go over very well so there was that video we reached out to the Party and they put out a statement on behalf of McCaffrey saying listen the video that you guys posted stood when we were trying to pitch a reality. TV Show is from twenty thirteen. There were some photos of them at service from two thousand seventeen that were put out there again by the liberal research team it gets into strange strange territory. Where can you be held accountable for being friends with someone you know before they really sort of shifted and turned it such strange French territory and I'm not quite sure what Canadians are going to think about that anyway we tried to. I tried to talk to Jesse McCaffrey and the first question was actually GonNa ask was about the French comments but at her own campaign event on Saturday in Ottawa she was hosting Andrew Scheer. It was like a little barbecue outside of her campaign headquarters. I'm I'm she introduced Andrew Scheer and then what Andrew Scheer finnish-speaking until questions she left the event and we we I'm not GONNA lie. We expected her to leave the event because she's she's in an uncomfortable situation and there's a chance that candidate sometimes don't answer questions but when I went with a camera I'm working with the pool team here. We went to go talk to her and then she would not suffer questions custom who just has really quickly got into a car and sped off and anytime. There's an yeah anytime. There's an image of that it's never good because this is someone who wants to be the voice of their community and represent constituents and when you speed off from the situation. I it looks bad and and not to make light of this situation but you know for those listening. You might wanna Google that video it is it is quite entertaining to it's something vastly. Of course I like. The Conservatives are not the only party who have found themselves in hot water here. Let's talk about the Liberals. Eight is qualified candidate actually before the campaign started has seen Enga- yes and and I just wanted to quickly jump in and what Katie was saying because on the issue of you know it's one thing to have people who said things specifically. It's it's almost a different to look at who they're hanging out with and and what that constitutes the Conservatives right away were saying well. Hey Justin Trudeau's been hanging out with some shady people too and they pointed right away to that a picture of Justin Trudeau with Joshua Boyle right who you remember with someone who was in Afghanistan. He's now charged with domestic abuse among other things so the the argument goes both ways right an and and like Katie said I can anticipate that that's going to be a little bit of a grey zone in this election as far as candidates for other parties go. There's Hassan guy you mentioned. This is someone who is disqualified prior to the start start of the campaign he had made a number of anti Semitic comments on social media which were unearthed by Bennie breath name breath says and he says also the liberals new you of this at the beginning of August and they were actually he's he claims working with him on a PR strategy beneath breath then a few weeks later actually sent all that information to the media and end very shortly thereafter I think within I think Senate in the morning and by a few minutes before our show went to air at five o'clock at night the Liberals had disqualified him as a candidate. He insists that they had no intention of doing that. Prior to the media getting hold of Mr Trudeau has been asked some questions about that they won't confirm or deny whether they were working on that kind of strategy or anything they just said once. They knew you of the comments he was immediately disqualified. We will not accept a candidate that has intolerant or unacceptable anti Semitic remarks and that's why we we asked this candidate to step down. I just also want to note His end gay has responded on social media by saying there's more to the story quote this. This is not the whole truth. It's not the end he has also addressed the controversy by saying he's not any Semitic and campaigns against all forms of racism.
"andrea sherr" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Wake. I'm intrigued so as we now boots is on his car veru yeah. He's on a show oscar. Yes boxing art weekend that sad man none of that shit on the bed lonzo you return the guy boost fighting. Not even i see input on t._v. Just getting active franklin mommy. I so boxcar friday night. The headline is ladder. Merit system versus the andrea sherr let emissions can this research. He's the guy that's how how how many in the world series remember muhammad. He got a raw decision against what that guy's name meals but yeah he got a rod decision in the series so so they brought him back and he's he's outta letterman shishkin vladimir system put it on his ass. I'm talking about this. Guy has bigger ship has power in any like he. He's the real deal he so much the real deal that i believe <hes> <hes> <hes> what's it called contact with ron geeta come down to the gym just to just to get him <hes> some some exposure. You know what i'm saying. The betray us leader so yeah. Dmitri's ron said dimitri thanks to world of really isn't invested in the world owed a while until he signed the andre were. If you remember we're upset victory on show box talks earlier this year we saw but he shocked <hes> guy he fought and got upset victory so-so box bringing 'em a._m. Right-back but he's he's in a lot tougher. I'm telling you man that he got right now this guy this little punch per and woody punchy project with nasty and he's aiming for you here. <hes> is definitely going to be tomorrow that i'm going to be a smart t._v. To watch now also if you guys want to run and insight and i it won't be televised on showtime but he what he did tell me that he will go live for spike so just go to run in g <hes> follow him and you guys can definitely watch him fight saturday night friday night where where was coming up a big victory against ronald ellis at time warner with sixteen eighteen and also on the on the car a besides ron. We have the guy that that's what we're talking about really lost a. I'm not a test but <hes> was was a brother name. Mikhail hill fox austin mckelway fox by got the decision victory. He's back against fidel ramirez ten round fight so we'll see what he got that also got a u._f._c. <hes> cars this weekend. One has abraham november gail belkin junior in garry. O'sullivan is back yeah dust. We gotta keep an eye on abraham supernova man <hes>. I'll know what happened. He was allegedly. We're heyman or working with him not getting in fights..
"andrea sherr" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Have been buried in the wake of the mosque attacks in New Zealand that left fifty dead from the time. The buddies arrived here until the burial took place. The service lasted for around an hour. Those inside who attended the service tell us. It was a very very emotional event. People were very very quiet, the family of the father and son who were laid to rest were at times overcome with grief for them as you might expect. This was a very very difficult ceremony. Steve Futterman, CBS news outside memorial park cemetery in Christ's church. New Zealand LA city council honors the victims of the terrorist attacks in New Zealand is shooting. Although yes, it was on the other side of the globe is especially tragic for many reasons Kesselman. Bob Bloomfield, noted the attacks took place in houses of worship, and they were especially lethal. This is another example of domestic terrorism that we see this time. It was in New Zealand against our Muslim brothers and sisters. The we see this time and time again another mass shooting. Another moment of silence. I'm tired of being tired, the old expression. It's just this level of. Hey, we need to turn this around this time. It was fifty seconds of silence. One second for every person down last week at two mosques and Christ Church at LA city hall club, cuta, KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. A new study finds people looking to buy a home for the first time have a tougher than any other big city in the country except San Francisco. Says prices are too high. Professor Richard Green with the USC Lusk center. For real estate tells Canucks LA has one of the tightest housing markets in the country, which keeps those prices high Elliot's below average in jobs that I take that actually relates to the lack of housing here. It's hard to hire people if there aren't people, and we don't have people because more people because of the tightness of the housing market. Elsa says first time homebuyers have a hard time saving enough money to buy a home, San Bernardino area and three other places in California. Also at the bottom of the list of fifty on. It comes to affordability for first time buyers members of a small group of World War veterans are on an incredible adventure. The started at LAX. They're returning to the place where as young soldiers, they helped change the course of history, many war heroes survivors of GM. I have memories like this. They were beautiful sunset it's paradise. But you can guide their veteran. Andrea sherr pause. His take on Jima. He says after the war. He used the government's resources to get. Out of the business of combat for good. I went to art school under the GI Bill. I spent my career as a commercial art or he's one of seven Iwojima war heroes flying from LAX first time back to the island since he was eighteen a place. He remembers as beautiful and terrifying. When you think about it is that you think of a place where you're gonna live forever. But not there you you can. Wrong place at the wrong time. I asked him why he wants to return. He was quick to come back with this answer made history. So it's nice to go back where you made history. It'll be anywhere Jima ten days at LAX, Craig Victor, KNX ten seventy NewsRadio huge news for new moms. The FDA approved the first drug designed to treat by rather postpartum, depression, CBS, Dr Tara Noorullah spoke to the physician who led the clinical trial that drug symptoms of postpartum depression can include sadness, anxiety, irritability loss of appetite and self harm. Dr Samantha Meltzer Brody. So the drug was very very effective for treating women quickly with severe postpartum depression. The drug will be known as SO given an IV over a three day period in the hospital, it re-balancing hormones that spike during pregnancy and plummet after birth. Unlike conventional antidepressants the effect can be. Almost immediate. But one nine American women experiences depression after having a baby it is three fifty..
"andrea sherr" Discussed on The Big Story
"Weaponry that he did and led him to kill those those many people those ideas are not far away from me, you know, like in if you just scroll down the comments section of my tweets, you will see them there. There are people who have told me that you are next in in response to my tweet to Andrea sherr. There are people who have told me to go back to where I came from. There are people who've told me that I'm a terrorist sympathizer for for for asking for trying to hold a public official accountable for his actions. Those ideas exist in Canada. And for some reason, we close our eyes every time they surface, it feels like Canada forgot the Quebec moss shooting. And when Andrea sherr tweeted that he seemed to confirm that suspicion. And I think that's what people got really rallied over. I'm asking this. Because I think it feels like or picking specifically on Andrea sherr. And I mean, nobody's pretending that that tweet didn't deserve it. But to your point I just went and checked every Twitter statement made in the immediate aftermath by every Canadian politician. Nobody mentioned Quebec that this did. And that's something that I I noticed actually no one mentioned Quebec there were mentions of terrorism in a couple of Stanton statements. There were some mentions of white supremacy as well the forces of white supremacy, but no one mentioned ca aback, and I think again that that just goes back to my point that we forgot and it just happened and people are still trying to get recover from it. And it's jarring. I remember so when the Quebec show shooting happened. I remember not like, I remember my my mom's saying to me that. Be careful when you go into a mosque, and when this happened, and I tweeted and it exploded my dad said to me, I'm worried you're going to get physically hurt. And the reason why this one props hit more than than the mulching is because this won't happen on Friday. And and Fridays are days when most Muslims go to the mosque because it's our day. And I think that's why it hit home. And I know that I go to the mosque on Fridays. And I remember, you know, having that conversation with my parents in the morning and friends and family members. And everyone was just like be careful EV an end that was a message that seemed stronger this time around than than previously. Again, I think the two are linked so closely in every possible way in the fact that people have forgotten or that people don't recognize that is is is heartbreaking one of the comments. I get I got most was that after tweeting. That was a I'm a I'm fake news. News because you know, obviously, every journalist Twitter journalists with feeling it's fake news. But second one which really heard was that by tweeting. What I tweeted about. Andrea sherr, I was not being respectful of the victims of the tragedy. And that I was somehow spreading hate by asking a question about white supremacy in asking it of a Canadian leader. And I find that that broke me a little bit not that broke me a lot because I am still in shock. I am shaking right now as we're having this conversation and to think that people could accuse me of not caring about the victims by asking a question just blows my mind a little bit. Because the reason I am asking those questions is so that there are no more victims from forces like this because I certain point if we stop acknowledging and recognizing and reflecting on the fact that there are peop-..
"andrea sherr" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Of the Hudson lines and Carlucci says it's common sense employee's. Where's their votes needed? The journal news reports talks between the union and the MTA of broken down as they can't agree on who would get those additional shifts. But Carlucci says he's still hopeful something can be worked out Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty traffic and weather coming up. Eight seven seven. Ricki needs. Donate donate online. Easy vacation voucher. Some tax deduction. Also accepting boats, motorcycles views and real estate donations. Divvy CBS news time eight oh, we have some delays on Long Island. Let's check them out with Andrea sherr. Let's go to the southern state Parkway, if you're traveling westbound right around the area peninsula boulevard, there's a crash, and that's causing delays almost all the way back to the meadow brook Parkway other than that Nassau County is relatively quiet, and we'd like to see that we do have southbound delays in a cross island Parkway approaching the as you come down from the bayside area. If you're using the westbound L A right around the clearview, that's slow northbound southbound van Wyk, it's very consistent with delays. If you're traveling westbound on the belt Parkway by JFK that is slow the verrazano you had that upper east accident heading from Staten island's Brooklyn still being delayed. The crash has been cleared, but the delays remain. So it's been a rough go of it. If you're traveling eastbound, the bell Parkway heading away from the Verizon towards Coney Island avenue. That's a bit slow as well. The northbound delays continue on the go on it's up to Hamilton avenue. Brooklyn Bridge Brooklyn-bound, you're slow got delays approaching the midtown tunnel. Towards the city that's going to be slow over by van Damme. And the northbound FDR's really getting hammered right around the fifty ninth street bridge, go with the west side highway if that works for you, the inbound George still about fifteen minutes, outbound, you're going to be dealing with a twenty minute delay approaching the Alexander Hamilton from the cross Bronx our next traffic update in less than ten minutes on.
Resignation scandal mars Trudeau's shiny image
"Trudeau swept into power in Canada in two thousand fifteen championing equality, openness and social Justice, but the resignation of his attorney general who will let's shoot face pressure to go easy on one of the country's biggest companies in corruption case has dented this image. Nikki Zena discusses the case in what it means for Trudeau in the liberal party with Ravi, Matt and Amy Williams. Amy, tell us first about the company involved. SNC lavaman will the company has a few things, but bowling engineering company that works mainly with mining and energy services. So in this case, it's been accused of bribing Libyan officials around the time when he was in power. This is not as I brush with bribery, allegations the World Bank, actually, blacklisted its main subsidiary from bidding on projects and its own global corruption policy and that happened in two thousand thirteen over a project. It was worth on in Bangladesh. The key thing about the company in the stories that employs around nine thousand people across Canada. Most of those are in Quebec, which is the home for just intruders constituency in Montreal what was the attorney general's involvement, which Wilson rape, bogey Torney general. She was in a position to come up with the prosecution agreement with the company that would basically have seen him set. Lots of court avoiding huge find so base. Would have paid some money but being allowed to keep trading and avoid the court fees and big legal costs that would put them out of business. And who does she say put her under pressure to agree to a deferred prosecution agreement and why did she end up resigning? Well, she said that it was several people in Mr. Trudeau's government specifically in his office, and including Mr. shooter himself and Khushi his top advisor, Gerald books. Her resignation is a bit murky and a little unclear but what we do know is that shortly before she resigned, Mr. Trudeau effectively demoted her in a cabinet reshuffle and this caused quite a bit of upset. She initially refused to take the first portfolio that she was offered. So she was attorney general and Justice minister, Mr. to try to move her to indigenous services, which she climbed she eventually ended up at veterans affairs, and she shortly afterwards resigned. What has Mr. Trudeau said about this mister Suto and also his adviser Mr. buck who gave testimony to the Canadian House of Commons. Have both said that they did not try to force miss was able to make any kind of decision. They just asked her the independent advice and get a second opinion on her decision because they thought it was really important case lots of jobs are at stake. Mr. Trudeau has insisted he spoke to journalists day after Mr Bush gave testimony he insisted. That he was only ever trying to defend jobs as all he's ever tried to do and nine thousand jobs is really quite a lot of jobs to be lost. I know you've been wanting to hear from me directly on the SNC Lebanon issue. I've taken time to review the testimony to reflect on what has happened over the past months and on what our next steps should be. What has become clear through the various testimonies is that over the past months? There was an erosion of trust between my office. And specifically my former principal secretary and the former minister of Justice and attorney general I was not aware of that erosion of trust does prime minister and leader of the federal ministry. I should've been in regards to standing up for jobs and defending the integrity of our rule of law. I continue to say that there was no inappropriate pressure. Bearing in mind that elections are coming up in October. How has this all gone down with Canadian voters rudely, they don't like it? This Troodos popularity has taken a hit. And it's not looking all that good for him the elections approach. However in Quebec the province. Montreal is people are less bothered about this. And actually his popularity's is kinda held up in Quebec, they're a little more sympathetic to the view that jobs were at stake around three thousand of those nine thousand jobs in Quebec. And they are less unhappy with MRs Troodos alleged actions. Ravi you've written that Mr. Trudeau is partly to blame for setting impossibly high standards. Can you explain what you mean? Yeah. I mean, there's a couple of things there. I think first of all what needs to go back and understand why he won and how he won the election in two thousand thirteen to become prime minister, we need to remember that Mr. wasn't actually expected to win. He was in third place turning to other party leaders and play the Blinder in the campaign and suddenly became. Came prime minister with a massive majority. And I think the first mistake they made was to misunderstand their mandate. They thought the massive majority meant they had licensed to invoke a massive program of change in fact, because they went by surprise by good fortune in that voters had got fed up with the incumbent Stephen Harper. They didn't realize there was a bit of a delicate balance to achieve their the second bit was they one of the back of a progressive agenda. Mr. Trudeau had a great brand he sold himself as a modern politician whose advertising a more kind a more gentle immoral open way of governing and dean with politics rather than the very fractious way. Things are done in many other places including at times in Canada. But by holdings of that standard. He also needs to meet that Senator in government now for the first few years that kind of words he did very well on certain policy issues. He accepted twenty five thousand Syrian refugees into the country from the war, which is a very popular mid both within Canada and in June. Nationally, but further into government, he made some missteps party. I would argue because of the hubris I came with that stunning election victory. First of all he started to do things that flew in the face of that cleaner than clean impression. He was giving for example in twenty-six fell foul of ethics rules for taking a private family holiday on the private island of the con, the billionaire religious leaders not only did that contravene the rules in place for politicians. But it just looked really bad. It looked very elitist. When he told the world that he was anything. But similarly in terms of the people who put in place around him, Amy mentioned Gerald butts who's as close as adviser, but Mr. bus was also his best friend. They know each other for thirty years they met at McGill University and invariably when you put your best friend in your office as your closest advisor, even the smartest person in the world will find it impossible to separate the personal and the professional. And that was certainly impression given and that chumminess once again went to undercut pretty severely, the progressive agenda that open of politics that he advertised when he campaigned for office, and indeed nearly years of his tenure so you've already touched on this a bit, but looking towards the next election, and how he starting to campaign now, what would you say are has notable achievements, and what are his failures while a couple of things. I mean, he has achieved things I talked with the Syrian refugee policy. He's also legalized cannabis which was a big campaign promise of his and he certainly tried to create a different impression of how poses can be done. But if you count all the things where he failed in the city meet the targets, he said, they include reforming the electoral system. He hasn't done that finding a way of building a pipeline from the oil signs of northern Alberta to the Pacific coast of BC. He has done that reconciling relations with indigenous populations. He hasn't achieved that so they're a litany of these things where he set. Very vicious goals, and he just didn't achieved. And so I think unfortunately, while he has made some serious achievements. Such as renegotiate NAFTA agreement with Donald Trump. They're also number failures that his opponents will hold against them. And how well placed is Canada's opposition to capitalize on Mr. Trudeau's weaknesses. Well, go into the election. I think that's one of actually his advantages. So eighty mentioned that Mr. Trudeau's poll numbers of taking a hit. And yet the liberal government the liberal party, which he leads still is more or less neck and neck with the obstinate conservatives, and I think one of the things that he has to best advantage is the fact that his opposition rivals are relatively new leaders in their own, right? And they suffer from their own credibility issues. So Andrea sherr of the conservatives and the leftist NDP's Jagmeet Singh are both quite noon to the job. And they too are having some issues around trying to prove to the public that there are credible alternative. So in terms of how well the opposition can capitalize on it. They're doing the best to make sure this as in the news there. Making sure that it's very hard for the government to talk about anything else. Every press conference at happens invariably, the tension terms to this topic around the essence see Lebanon scandal and the resignation so it's very hard to change the Genda. However, the weakness of the opposition does give Mr. to who remains a very charming character and someone who can certainly connect with people gives them a plausible chance going into the election. So Amy what happens with the SNC level in case after this? We could you will rape with decision was not offer the prosecution agreement which means they have to go to trial. So there's already a hearing underway and a criminal trial will probably happen within an ear. Yes. Data what AB said, although wasn't able to make sure this is going to trawl from what it seems the political stray hasn't ended a lot of pressure on the top civil servant in Canada. Who's also been drawn into the affair and his role there further questions the opposition is raising about whether they'll process of how cases like this handled is inappropriate. And whether in fact. An independent third party should Judy Kate over the process. So the politics is obviously very strong and carrying on. And the opposite is gonna do their best to make sure this stays in the headlines. And of course, our media colleagues are watching very closely in Canada too.
"andrea sherr" Discussed on The Starters
"And it just turns rotten because you're watching. How Lonzo tree or no disrespect Alonzo? That's a bad. It's just a bad franchise. And they get mopped like they got mop by the books. Well, look the Knicks have Kevin knocks your rookie of the he's been good. I'll probably pass rated by next. Exactly, they got Frankie smokes. They got Dennis Smith junior. Now, the Mitchell Robertson who they're pretty high on who. Did you just say? Yeah, Lonzo cheers. You know, showing some flash. With Mitchell Robinson Alonzo chair the list of guys who that New York. Since you that they are decent players because you see them all the time. And they end up being trashed Ron Baker still getting paid by the Knicks because he was on the two games. Anthony Davis knocked him over with an elbow people. Like, we gotta sign this guy. He's a hero. Do not believe the hype with any decent mix role player. They're just they're scoring because somebody has I will say I saw Andrew sharp. I love. Andrea sherr writes for Sports Illustrated. He wrote about the porzingas trade, you said this was like this was a small line in it. But he's like the Knicks also have Knox and Frank desma junior seven first round picks over the next five years. Those are trade assets for a third star. They don't have a first or second star yet. I mean, I know you're looking at your sharp. Yeah. But they gotta get the first and second star before you could trade these assets for third star. So Larry they're going to somehow end up trading. Some of these picks back to get Porzingis back. He's gonna end up on the Mexican. That's how they do it. They have guy he does. Well, but they don't pay him. He goes somewhere else. And then eventually they overpaid Tim Hardaway, what do you think of this does for Tim Hardaway's fifty points? I know I mean prospects are not good. Yeah. I'm never going to my Tim Hardaway junior fifty point. I if don't just just firing positive him and he's shooting. Sure it gets hot. That's possible. You think was that you on yesterday show? Wesley matthews. We can quickly talk about them. We both Wesley Matthews and deandre Jordan expiry contracts could be bio candidates as well. You think Wesley Matthews ends up on the warrior? Yeah. Yeah. Or the six I mean, the Sixers if they can six sure fanatical that one that would be a heck of a fine for them. They like an old man's Robert Covington. Yeah, I'm not sure what the worry is would have to cut someone though in the I believe, no. I think they do to make that happen. Yeah. I don't have their roster in front of me. Denny Larue on the phone even know revved up for sure you said you said the next seven Knox and tree-ring Frank. You can't call Frank is not a first name guy phrase, folks. He's not afraid. No. I you're not. I know you don't like it every time. I do it. He doesn't have. I'll say also just Frank. He's not afraid. He's not. He's not. Frankie. It's freaky. Baby. I hope it works out for Frankie. But I think he's going to be there. The next seven unbelievable crop of guards. Now like, Emmanuel moody junior. Frankie smokes, and Trey Burke got tree I next year. Their highest guaranteed payout is for joking. Noah who's not on their team. It's strange. They're all they're all young guy. So as as we know they have seventy plus million to throw at somebody. I forgot Trey Burke when I was reading that trade off the top there. He was late throwing any Yeah. and he And was. he was a Knicks hero last year. Trey Burke was maybe he's the point guard of the future. We'll see like looking like Alan Iverson out there. What a leak what a league and again soon as we're done recording. This someone else will be traded at Lear kyri or somebody. Okay. Let's get to the all star reserves here. They were announced on Thursday night. You're Eastern Conference starters. Just remind you Jaanus Embiid Kurai Kharian Kemba your Eastern Conference reserves. Ben.
"andrea sherr" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Dennis Prager here. One of the most thoughtful. People international politics. For over prime minister candidates on the line. Stephen Harper was a major fan of during those ten years. I looked to Canada I had candidate envy. It wasn't Freudian. It was actually real. I did. I remember at the time when when we had our left wing president, and they had this very thoughtful intelligent, conservative prime minister. So prime minister Harper, by the way, I just wanted to when I call you prime minister Harper is that an American thing only in Canada when you're interviewed are you called Mr. Harper or prime minister? Well, there's a long answer that question dentists, and I'll keep it short which is in Canada, officially we do not keep the titles or we do not keep the title, prime minister. But it is actually quite common for people to call me that nevertheless. Right. I so I was right. So what I assumed I think it's somewhat of an American idiosyncrasy. I think it's nice. But I was just curious. One of the reasons we love the Americans you. Exactly. If you're ever feeling down just this gonna a barricade radio station. Exactly. The prime minister has written a book out this week right here right now, he's one of the most start full of people as I said in international politics. So were you surprised that Donald Trump won? Why don't you feel on election day twenty sixteen US election day? So I tell people I was surprised I was less surprised than most. I had included mostly through what I had been told anecdotally by a large number Canadians who have been going back and forth, the US and my own experiences going back and forth that a lot of Canadians have been down there in the final weeks had told me they thought Donald Trump was going to win. So I gave him a low, but nevertheless, a chance of winning. So I was I I must admit I was still surprise. But I was not shocked as a shot as some observers not only were but still clearly are. So back to Canada. Is there a chance that conservatives can come back to power? Oh, I think absolutely. We've got a chance. You know, we've been eh the polls go back and forth. We'd been you know, within margin of error and a lot of them, the our fundraising as far as seeds, the governments. I think the issues are on our side of the barrier. We face in Canada, dentist. I don't mind telling you is that, you know, we have very little in the way of conventional conservative media television. Every network is MSNBC in Canada. Is really amazing when you look at places like I'm and Quebec, and you were to see the election coverage, especially in the province, Ontario. You would not imagine the conservative party's going to get any votes at all. And yet they won the election and wanted handily. So I'm I'm optimistic but book, I leave leave the day to day of Canadian politics to my successor whose name is. Andrea sherr, and who I think will make a great and thoughtful and intelligent informed, prime minister, which we badly need. I want to underscore from my listeners. What you just said. Because whatever I speak to consider conservatives in Europe, this comes up, and sometimes they say if only we had talk radio in Europe. Why isn't there in Canada? I think I know the answer. But I rather have you explain it. Why isn't there something like talk radio and Canada? Talk radio does exist in Campbell. I mean, conservative talk radio. Forgive me. Okay. Yeah. No, not talk radio does exist. Dennis and conservative. Talk radio. Does exist. It's just much smaller. And unfortunately, a lot of our best conservative talk radio host, not all of them. But a lot of our best ones. Have been kind of at the stage where they're retiring in recent years, but look it's an area where there really is a deficiency. Generally. And what's interesting Dennis about this is generally a conservative talk radio hosts will do well in terms of audience. Likewise, conservative media to the extent. It exists generally finds an audience because there's a lot of eating and conservatives who are craving outlets. But the fact is that the dying media continues to cater to all cater to left wing audience. There's a powerful statement you said earlier, I it did not pass Overby. All of our BBC or episode BC. I hope my listeners go up that would that. I look I'm well aware of that. So there is however an I frequently read it the national post. Yeah. The national toast was founded as a twenty years ago as a more distinctly conservative newspaper, and it has maintained a fairly conservative editorial line. Unfortunately, a lot of day to day reporting and columnists are simply not of that band and in terms of federal federal politics coverage. I I would not today consider the national post the conservative paper in terms of the day-to-day coverage of federal politics. But is that it's very reliant line remains relatively conservative. The more conservative papers are actually what's called the sun chain there tabloids, but they are quite quite consistently conservative. So where would an American go for thoughtful Canadian conservative news coverage nowhere? It's tough. Yeah. You have to. You have to you have to look you have to really find individual journalists. And and I would also say that you know, that there's a huge market, and particularly the phenomenon you have in the United States with podcast. You know, I think there's a big market and candidate for that kind of thing to take off as I say there is a thirty percent of Canadians will always vote right at center at least thirty percent bottom. That's kinda the the the low number. And so that that audience is in my judgment. If I were an entrepreneur in the media business, I'd be trying to figure out how to get to that audience, which for the most part has very little in the way of outlet servicing them. What about young people or let me put it? Let me actually before we get to the young people. You said something that's very important to me. That the polarization in the United States left and right doesn't exist in Canada. Is that because certainly not to the same degree, right? So, but but on the issues they differ Justice clearly as the left white differ in the United States. So is it because the Canadian temperament is just more subdued. Why isn't there that polarization? I think it's a fact that you know, I I hate being generalizations about our country. But it's a fact that Canadian having more civil public discourse. And always have. It's also the case that a larger percentage of Canadians are not ideologically committed. The, you know, the number of people who would be hard core. Conservative are hardcore left liberal would be much smaller and the percentage of the population that would float between parties significantly bigger in Canada. Plus, I think the other factor that's often forgotten when people can can when people compare Canadian American politics is we have more than two parties. And that really changes the dynamics significantly. I always say when you have a strictly two.
"andrea sherr" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"Get to the news because I want to hear about these fifteen items Lord we got. For this listen what's the craziest thing you've ever done while drunk or hi quickly I'm Well apparently this guy twenty nine year old man had taken GHB when you made a decision spe- hormone that gets you. High Date rape drug GAO GHB is the date rate Whatever a man, from Netherlands hasn't been identified do the privacy reasons but he decided, to put. Fifteen boiled eggs up his posterior Okay tore his intestines up eggs tore up, isn't their eggs when they the shell on boil the eggs Boiled eggs the. Eggs are. Ready to be peeled he. Did so any peeled the. Eggs and he inserted them on, up you. Can't nothing can. Go in anywhere that's. Part of the, rules just he second one that's on don't shine he plays He. Put them. In a cave when he. Began feeling unwell he took. Himself to the hospital where doctors, discovered he. Had tech Techy cardia what Got that right it's a heartbeat of one hundred and twenty. Beats per minute I'm sure some doctor will come in correct me and, he had. Tech p., Noah all right rapid. Breaths per minute the doctor suspected abdominal sepsis and performed a CAT scan which showed a preparation of the pelvic colon and giant amounts of air and fluids and his abdominal believe the eggs could Pierce. Your your colon. That is bizarre when you stick in fifteen, in the cage. Just keep, going I, mean I mean isn't that a, tube. To blockage right I guess one of them must have. Got stuck. Somewhere I don't that's just. So they perform this was this was. A sex, thing I mean he wasn't doing this to. Impress his friends don't even know who I don't even know if it was the second one is I'm. Andrea sherr was so we learned to word from that. Car Cardia what an. Abnormally fast heart rate and tack and tech Media tycoon. Via company and that's the rapid breathing oh okay shocking Baena hyperventilating Taco what were they cut. Him, open. Taxi Andrea. Academic Okay Group of people come. On Serious the eggs were removed and we did as good. A job as we could the abdominal cavity. Was, thoroughly rinsed out out luckily. The, bizarre drug-fuelled adventure, ended well, for the patient, doctor said after the operation the patient was monitored in intensive care for, short time after several days he could leave the. Hospital in clinically good condition GHB that is bizarre is known to be, commonly used as a recreational Kim sex drug alongside crystal meth and method drone Method but, has also been known to be used as a. Date rape drug don't use it yeah stop it snappin everything math is, an upper and GHB would be or is it Downer maybe the famous, I can't.
"andrea sherr" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Bring a today, described him as just a moderate version of Justin Trudeau close vote and match loss. And here's the thing he's being suck about it other than the vote splitting this is actually gonna do Andrea sherr a big, a big, solid, big favor. He's gonna go into Halifax with the party United behind him other than a few stragglers here and there who want to sorta yell at him and support Maxine. But the truth is anybody who was on the fence before is now one hundred percent foursquare beside Andrew, because the truth is everybody knows what the damage can can be done. Everybody saw what Lucienne Bouchard did everybody saw what Preston Manning did forty, nine percent of conservatives voted for Mexican. Ben gays. Throw to say he's just maxed being max. Maybe that's what. People in your party. Some of the Porter's want. Listen, he's got. He's got a few ideas that that I like a few ideas that I don't truth is he lost pretty much sour grapes. I think he's a sock. I think he's selfish and I think his actions and as titties of show over the last number weeks, it was all about him. Certainly not about the party. And at some point you gotta put country and party above yourself. He's not done that. It's wondering whether it would have been better if mister sheer had actually beat Metz bare new to the punch and booted him from caucus rather than this happening. I think that's a fair question. I think Mr. sheer probably could have done that. You know, the truth is though going into Halifax, you're going into a big party convention. You wanna keep the party together. Keep everybody happy, and you know, have a couple of beers policy convention max decided that it was gonna be a showdown and knowing that he was gonna lose that showdown. You know, he took the easy way out on the way on the way here. So I gotta say, disappointed them, who do you think his brand new party which hasn't got a name yet, but her might appeal to. You know disaffected conservatives who think the parties to moderate. I haven't seen the work ethic out of max bernita startup party from scratch and do the kind of hard work that he's that is required -absolutely even if it's one percent, two percent, four percent, five percent of conservatives who wanna more conservative option like max. Well, that's the difference between beating Justin Trudeau and not being Justin Trudeau and actual action spoke a lot about his core issue which is opposition to supply management, but he talked about it in terms of the dispute right now with the United States over NAFTA. He also was critical of retaliatory tariffs. And interestingly, he chose to use the term fake news when asked about his his views on immigration. Do you think he's trying to take a page from Donald Trump's book here? Absolutely. He seen what's happened in the United States is what's happened with other a populist movements. He's trying to do the same thing or a similar thing anyway. He knows there's a market for it. If you've ever seen McBurney speech though, you've probably surmised that he's he's doesn't have the same kind of heels as Mr. Trump. The people tweeting today as former prime minister, Stephen Harper. He said, basically, it was clear that that Mr Bernie never accepted. The result of the leadership vote. Mr. Harper was able to hold a party together and very solidly that we haven't seen in the last few years from from the conservative party. How much blame does Andrew share half to bear for for this happening zero. You know when when somebody when somebody goes rogue as max Bernabei did the only the only thing Mr. Scherr could have done was be firmer faster. But you know, the truth is max wanted to make a martyr of himself. And I think Andrew WADA different ways with smart in not, you know, not engaging and not having a having a fight and the way match leaves the party right now. Anybody who has a semblance of wanting to see the party do well in the next election campaign. Even if you agreed with max Bernie's ideas. Thanks. That he's probably a jerk and has done the party and conservatives, no favors pretty loyal to Mr. Harper Mr. Bergen, Mr. Harper and are not close Mr. Mr.. Mr. Harper not close at all. Mr Bernie was kicked out a cabinet and real and made it sorta back..
"andrea sherr" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"The two are not connected. You asked, where is this coming from? Where where's something like this coming from? I do know. I mean, you see, I don't follow him on Twitter, so I didn't realize that he he's been going on Monte culturism and and yesterday than I had a few messages from people saying, you know, this is what's happening. This is what are you going to do? And I was very disturbing. I saw the tweeden a night. I just wanted to be. I felt that I should respond as an individual, but a member of the conservative party. And I mean, we have a great party where you have different people stand up and expressive openness, and I'm very happy. You know, leader Mr. shoe did condemn history. Did he condemn the tweet? Yes, I, that's what I saw in a CBC. Arctic that he just condemn to treat. Andrea sherr said that maxim burn holds no official role in caucus and does not speak for the conservative party of Canada on any issue. That's why. I mean, I guess people are asking where this is coming from and to your point about the timing of this. This comes a week before the conservative party convention. Is there a connection in terms of the convention and the timing of these tweets. I, I was curious too because you know, as we head into a convention we should be United. But I mean, you know, he's entitled to his opinion. I'm entitled to my opinion. I was just like out of the blue. I mean, just when point one, one community and then you know that the hit that goes along with it because it just gives people the licensed to come out with. And then you're just creating divisions amongst Canadians, which is totally unnecessary. Maxon Verna very nearly won the party's leadership. He has to have the support of number of MP's and certainly has to have the support of a majority of MP's not to be kicked out of caucus. How many members of your party do think he represents? I I wouldn't. I wouldn't know because, but he did. He did have a note of support, but I don't think these opinions he was wasting than many people within the party. Do you think support opinions like the ones that he's voiced his series. Honestly, I have not heard anyone in in the Gawker stand up and say that I have not. He says, identity politics has become pervasive as and is being practiced by all political parties, trying to buy votes. Political debate has degenerated into a contest between different ways of pandering to specific groups instead of appealing to our common interest. Is that something that the conservative is guilty of? Do you think. No. I mean, you know, the thing is that that's his opinion. He's creating divisions. Canada's multicultural country and maybe we pride ourselves on being Monte cultural, the world. When you travel overseas, the world asks you how Canada gets it, right, where everyone else's declaring, multiculturalism, dead, Canada's, you know, Comanche culture is alive and trying really have a lot to be proud of if you step out of the party for a moment, how much support within the country do you think there is for sentiments like those expressed by maxim Bonia, but just looking at some. Not too much. I would say..
"andrea sherr" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?
"Of by guys where i explore why i'm still single even though i'll suck on your toes if you ask me twice i don't know if it actually anyway my guest today baby he's very funny he wrote for the eric andrea sherr did you for one day on that show just credit but he's got this amazing show on comedy central called corporate and i generally like it it's got the feeling of no show on television right now oh baby he's a funny stand up jay question about the toes so he would suck on the toes but they have to ask you a second time like they ask you once you're like no please like my toes and you're like okay yeah absolutely i have i have my old roommate she was dating this guy for a long time who who was in defeat and would always want to fucker feet and everything and she liked liked him and didn't want to be closed minded and but then eventually she's like okay do you like me for me or my feet she with a constantly jerk off with their feet and everything and then eventually she said listen we can only keep dating if you leave my feet alone i don't need the feet i like you and then she said they're having sex one time and he was not touching the feet or anything so she closed her eyes and when she opened them up she's like he was peeking like and so she dumb.