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Blowers, Mowers and More: American Yards Quietly Go Electric
"People working from home don't like the noise and fumes of gas powered lawn mowers leaf blowers and other equipment and now there's a quiet revolution underway in American yards according to the California air resources board operating a gas leaf blower for an hour creates as much smog is driving a Toyota Camry for eleven hundred miles improvements in the quality of battery packs zero to low emissions electric landscaping equipment is leading to a lower decibel lawn care revolution homeowners are switching from gas power tools to electric ones not unlike the trend towards electric cars another advantage is maintenance many homeowners find gas mowers a pain with electric tools is just about keeping the batteries charged according to the Freedonia group the battery powered lawn equipment sector is growing at a rate three times faster than gas Andrew Brady with the national association of professional landscaper says the transition to electric is inevitable but the technology isn't quite there yet for most of the commercial sector I'm Jennifer king
Afghan Refugees Headed to 46 States
"People who've served afghanistan but none of them from your perspective Axios reports thirty-seven thousand. Afghan refugees are coming in your state of florida. You'll get a thousand mississippi. Getting ten north dakota getting forty-nine ohio's getting fifty five i put it out in. America has between three hundred four hundred thousand churches. We can absorb thirty-seven thousand. Afghans and people. Ask me well. What are they like. I actually don't know so. I thought i'd ask you. What do you think we'll find among our new americans. Well let me start by saying in my beloved state of florida. I'd be happy to get five thousand and these are hard working people and let me tell you something hugh we know in florida about people who flee persecution they were called cubans. They came here and built an extraordinary community in south florida. The community that cuban-americans help build this state in the sixty seventies eighties today or a vibrant part of it. I expect nothing less from the afghans. And let me tell you. It's not just what are afghans light. It's what are these afghan. Like in. So there i would say to you. Hey how much. Courage in true grit and determination. Does it take to put your two year old on your back. Grab your four year olds. Hand picture yourself in this situation. Fight your way through those crowds. Get through that airport and get a ride out and finally make it here. I want that person on my team and like the hunger games so they are in my long association with afghans. Warm charming friendly funny hard working is going to be nothing. But a plus up for this nation of immigrants. I would say let's take all the afghans we can get and i'll close hugh you and i are both young enough to remember the arrival of vietnamese american community. Hello california do you think that's been a plus up for the golden state i do.
Some Players Aren't Convinced by US Soccer's 'Identical' Men's and Women's Contracts
"So. This story arose on tuesday afternoon. That us soccer has offered identical contracts to both the us men and women On the surface you would look at that and say oh well the. Us would have been asking for equal pay and it appears as though they have achieved that they do not see it that way. No they don't they issued a tweet from their. Us national team he eh. So players association us pr stunts and bargaining through. The media will not bring us any closer to a fair agreement. In contrast we're committed to bargaining in good faith to achieve equal pay and the safest working conditions. Possible the proposal. That usf made recently recently to us does neither. Now here's where we have a problem. what i would say is knowledge vacuum. I don't know what was in that proposal. I don't know the ins and outs of the pause. meg From the athletic. Who just great on this she tweets. Us soccer just issued a statement on the us women's national team on us mnt cba's it states that usf has offered identical contract proposals today proposing single cbs structure with revenue sharing usf believes best way to achieve these important goals is by the us women's national team players association on the us ns tpa negotiating together. That's the men's association however this quote marks this is from us soccer if the players association's choose to continue to negotiate separately as they have to date us. Soccer will invite the us women's national team to sit in on the negotiations with the us ns and vice versa in the interest of full transparency
U.S. Surgeon General Explains Biden's Latest COVID Response
"The debate over the Biden administration's covert nineteen vaccine mandate continues US Surgeon General Dr Vic mercy on NBC's meet the press explained that the president needed to move to the next phase of the culprit nineteen response due to the spreading delta variant that involves focusing not just on expanding the vaccination efforts through a combination that mandates and access but it also involves focusing on increasing our testing capacity shoring up our healthcare systems which are really struggling any added many businesses welcome the mandate the business roundtable I have said that this is the right move the American medical association certainly and outside I said this is the right move many Republican governors are spoken about lawsuits after the sweeping new vaccine requirements were announced actually after
Was Donald Trump a 'Wrench in the Gears' for a Rising China?
"How much was mild boss. President trump is. The brits say a spanner in the works. How much was he. A range in the gears for rising china and for the establishment that wants to have their palms greased by china's money. Oh he was such such an impediment to how the establishment seeks to use the chinese communist. Party i mean. I i love talking about a lot of the times. It's too in the weeds. So people kind of tune out like oh about board chinese groups and china's college party leaked and time soon. Get into the weeds. But i mean the executive orders that came out of that administration in terms of targeting these specific influence groups like i said the china united states exchange foundation. The china people's association for friendship and foreign contact and the other one's sounds so soviet so so people forget you know what the actual name for the warsaw pact was. It wasn't the war so packed. It was the warsaw pact. For friendship and cooperation. People forget that dominating your neighbors taking control of friendship and cooperation china's just playing the same strategy. Yeah they love those terms. There's another one that the chinese association for international friendly contact so they love friendship Those very very one way. Street must your member of america's permanent political class but all of these groups which you know really take an elaborate understanding of the way that the chinese communist party's influence efforts were they were all targeted in one way or another by executive orders from the trump administration to stop people from actually participating and colluding with them right so you know the administration that was smeared as the ford collusion administration was actually stopping foreign collusion. And they were the most successful that i've ever seen in recent history of an administration doing
A Stroll Through Racing History: September 11th
"On september tenth. Two thousand one keeneland association in lexington kentucky opened its annual september. Yearling sale a colt by leading sire storm cat. Top the opening session at five point. Five million dollars the final crop of legendary sire. Mr prospector was attracting considerable interest. As well it was business as usual but the following morning as handlers presented yearlings to prospective buyers in the bar area and as consigners were busy rushing updates to the sales pavilion images of coordinated terrorist attacks on the united states began. Filling newscasts being streamlined. On television monitors located throughout keeneland sales complex there were horrific images from new york from washington dc and from pennsylvania the nation was thrown into chaos on the keeneland sales grounds individuals who only moments earlier had been preoccupied with selling and buying horses suddenly stopped. They stared in disbelief struggling to comprehend what was unfolding on the east coast. Keeneland officials immediately announced that the start of the sale will be delayed by one hour but then as the depth of the attacks became more fully known. The decision to the way became a decision to postpone with keeneland. The mount saint that the sale would not continue until the following day at the earliest given that it was tuesday. Only eleven tracks across the country rescheduled the host. Live racing the downs at albuquerque delaware. Park fairmount park fair. Plex finger lakes great lakes downs. The meadowlands mountaineer racetrack philadelphia park prairie meadows and sunray park all eleven canceled. Most racing facilities would remain closed the following day as well at keeneland the president. Nick nicholson announced the formation of a red cross relief fund. It raised one hundred thirty thousand dollars within the first twenty. Four hours in the midst of the shock. Anger and sadness. There was also a stronger sense of community beginning to emerge
9/11 Fallout Includes Decades of Worry About Toxic WTC Dust
"The effects are still being felt from what happened on nine eleven at the World Trade Center towers people are still getting sick and dying from the attacks and the rescue recovery that happened twenty years ago Jim McCarthy is with the uniformed fire officers association today there are more than one hundred eleven thousand people getting free care through the World Trade Center health program last of exposure to toxins are probably unlike anything we've ever seen before director Dr Michael crane says it caused respiratory and digestive tract problems Craddick right set aside as our guest researcher reflux as my posttraumatic stress disorder as a persistent condition here's to enormous towers on fire collapsing staying on fire and the and the everything in the tower pulverized and then released into the air scientists still can't say for certain how many people developed health problems I bet Donahue
COVID Pandemic Claims Black Morticians, Leaving Holes in Communities
"The corona virus pandemic has had a big impact on the black community and on those who provide funeral services second generation mortician Shawn Troy in South Carolina lost his father to the virus this level of vision loss of looking at my father's name plate to go on a William Penn Troy senior died in August of last year that would go to do this so very close with the national funeral directors and morticians association says the funeral director is the most prominent individual in the African American community no disrespect to my colleagues across the country we're we're more I should say more because culture plates John Troy says he still gets inspiration from his father's side you can do is catches you with a train you for this all your life you've been ready to do it is not your time since the start of the pandemic about one hundred thirty black morticians have died from the corona virus I met Donahue
Why Is the Media Attacking a Safe, Effective Drug?
"Ivermectin works. You're being lied to by corrupt medical profession. it is. I never thought i'd say this is as corrupt as the teachers unions. There was no difference between the american medical association the cbc the nih and the teachers unions. They're left wing activist groups. They have no commitment to what they claim to have. Commitment to there are some wonderful teachers. There are some wonderful people at all. Cdc and nih. it's corrupt it's been corrupted by big pharma. They want you to take the vaccine. Because if you can get healthy by taking a cheap pill like ivermectin or hydroxy chloroquine and zinc. They don't want you to do so. They wanna make billions by pushing and shoving the vaccine down americans throats. That's the reason for the war against ivermectin in india. They used it and listen to the story. Okay just listen to it that this is a A doctor writing from the desert review dot com republished in zero hedge. There's a black on any conversation. About how ivermectin beat cova nineteen in india when i discussed the dire straits that india found itself in in earlier this year with four hundred fourteen thousand cases per day and over four thousand deaths per day and how that evaporated within five weeks of the addition of ivermectin often asked. Why is there no mention of that in the news. Yes exactly ask yourself why. India success against the delta variant with ivermectin is such a closely guarded secret by the nih and cdc. Second ask yourself. Why no major media outlets reported this fact but instead try to confuse you with false information by saying the deaths in india are ten times greater than official reports perhaps. Npr's trying so hard because npr's essentially government mouthpiece the us government is all in with vaccines with enthusiasm. A seventeenth century catholic. Church all in with a jia centric metal of the geo centric model of the universe disputing galileo
Study: Nursing Home Deaths in 2020 Much Higher
"Nursing home deaths were much higher in twenty twenty official numbers from the CDC or missing about twelve percent of covert cases among nursing home residents and fourteen percent of deaths that's according to new estimates published in the journal of the American medical association network open by a Harvard researcher and her team it translates to thousands of missing data points suggesting more than one hundred and eighteen thousand nursing home residents died of covert nineteen last year the researchers attributed the data holes to the federal centers for Medicare and Medicaid services not asking nursing homes to report cases and deaths until may twenty twenty actually after
Chris Stapleton, Eric Church Share Top CMA Nominations
"Chris Stapleton and Eric church lead the nominations for the Country Music Association awards with five each I'm marquees are a letter with the latest Stapleton and Eric church will face off for entertainer of the year along with Miranda Lambert Carrie Underwood and Luke combs Morgan Wallen who was caught on video earlier this year yelling a racial slur earns an album of the year nomination for his dangerous the double album the CMA had earlier said Wallen would be disqualified for individual awards but his music was eligible Lambert now has fifty eight career nominations tying her with Brad Paisley for the third most overall ABC will air the CMA awards on November tenth
Why America Needs to Make Masculinity Great Again
"We have this generation of young men that are lost and our society has become so hyper feminized so designed around the preference of women and boss babe and women in leadership. We shouldn't be surprised that our society feel so incredibly chaotic. The masculine and the feminine both need each other but also the feminine. They have certain urges and they have certain desires that the corporate world is not going to be able to satisfy. I read the store. i'm trying to find. I don't know if it was political or not. But it was one of the new congresswomen who just got elected and she says. I just got elected to congress. I'm freezing my eggs. Because i could do that later. What an awful example. The sunday young women. Honestly it's terrible. I'm freezing my eggs. Yeah rear matters more than having children really. You sound enjoyable. Sarah jacobs sarah jacobs she. I saw that and the real question is do they identify as men and women like what. How do we actually even know what identifies as what and we are seeing this generation of lost men because at every single every time they turn the corner they are emasculated and they are told that they must feel ashamed for things they cannot change. And i don't know if you've seen some of these men. And i put that in quotes at some of these colleges. I mean to say that they are feminine looking would be an understatement muscle mass as disappearing and by the way. This is not some sort of like eerie connor. Get the story of how testosterone rates are down to saas thrown rates and men are down like sixty percent in the western world. Six the west is that right. Is that right. Yup only the west which is interesting andrew. Can you can you can you mentioned some of the stats and the story. I don't. I don't subscribe to the wall street. Journal says from one thousand nine hundred ninety two thousand sixteen to stop levels have declined an adolescent and young adult according to results presented at the twenty twenty american urological association virtual
The Risks of Using Bleach for Cleaning
"Cleaning. Products can be hazardous landing hundreds of thousands of children in us. Emergency rooms and the product. Most commonly associated with injury was bleach. Which can be toxic even if used as directed. We've known that those with asthma. Who work with cleaning products day in and day out can suffer adverse respiratory effects of worsening of symptoms declining lung function inflamed airways but even cleaning workers without asthma can be affected even below so-called acceptable exposure levels cleaners with or without reactive airways can suffer a substantial increase in lung function. Okay but that's people who clean for a living. Although we've known that occupational use of leech may have adverse respiratory health effects but it was unknown whether just common domestic use of bleach in the household may book lungs at risk until now bleach use was significantly associated with nearly five times yards of non allergic adult onset asthma as well as ongoing lower respiratory symptoms such as chronic cough. The way bleach works is as such a strong pro oxidant that the thought is that can lead to like leaky longs and allow allergens to penetrate this phenomenon of cleaning product induced. Asthma has been known for decades. Three quarters of the dozens of population is looking into it. Found increased risk of asthma or nasal inflammation. Ideally safer clean products should be available. Unfortunately this body of evidence has been largely ignored by the manufacturers and commercial cleaning companies and most of workers put at risk. Are women in fact. That may help. Explain some of the gender differences and asthma. The relatively high frequency of bleach us for home cleaning by women around the world together with a strong association between bleach using non allergic asthma emphasizes the need for reconsidering the use of bleach for cleaning.
Yankees Star Derek Jeter Inducted Into Baseball Hall of Fame
"Hi year later than scheduled Derek Jeter led a four member class of inductees into baseball's hall of fame in Cooperstown the fabled Yankee shortstop was joined by cardinals brewers and Braves catcher Ted Simmons expose Rockies and cardinals outfielder Larry Walker and the late Marvin Miller long time head of the Major League Baseball Players Association who made free agency possible shooters long awaited induction speech captured the doubts all four faced on their way to Cooperstown to this day I remember every time I was down there I I I made and I still make a mental note so I was and I'm going to prove doubters wrong no it's what drove me to still drive his date the four inductees were elected to the hall and twenty twenty no one was selected in this year's ballot I'm John Merriam
Monica Lewinsky's New Documentary Will Explore Cancel Culture & Public Shaming
"Monica lewinsky is opening up about cancelled culture and public shaming while discussing her upcoming documentary. Fifteen minutes of shame. Yes she should. She's a absolute. She's the top expert mma world as far as public shaming is concerned and have her reputation just dragged through the mud for years. And there's that other documentary that's out. Fx is impeachment american story. I guess which will dramatic cise the events and she was produced. That i guess. Dramatize what i say. Tremendous dramatize association. Sorry yeah she said we're living in a culture and world now where we're drowning in shame. We're taking a three hundred sixty degree. Look at this culture of shaming public human public humiliation and trying to question where are we going. it's great. it's a great thing because she's right. We're drowning in shame. And we're we're pointing our fingers and and shouting down. Everybody who says or does anything. We don't like personally and and try and trying to take it to the degree where it's not just me. That disagrees with you the whole world. We think you're a horrible person. You should lose your job. You should lose your family. You should lose everything you've ever had. Well she just about did because she told nbc when she was on there promoting this fx series she told savannah guthrie that she couldn't get work had ptsd and was financially dependent on our parents as a result. Well
Keith Urban's Tour Production Manager, 72, Dies From Fall
"Country star Keith urban is mourning the death of his longtime tour manager who fell from a stage in Ohio Keith urban's tour manager Randy Baja Fletcher joined him a decade ago after working with groups like ZZ Top Randy Travis and Brooks and Dunn the seventy two year old Fletcher fell off the stage last week while preparing for the lake your read bash on the bay concert he died a day later urban told Billboard Fletcher had an orbit of light they all loved him and he was grateful Fletcher chose to be part of urban's road family Fletcher was an army veteran who had served in Vietnam he received the country music association's first ever touring lifetime achievement award in twenty seventeen I'm Jackie Quinn
American Medical Association Won't Get Involved With Abortions but Does With Ivermectin
"So when it comes to abortion and advocating for abortion, The Amma says, Hey, nothing should get between a doctor and a patient even though when that doctor could prescribe an abortion is going to describe the procedure, potentially or do one. That would terminate a human life. The AMA's says, Don't you dare get between that doctor and the patient even though a life will be lost. Don't chew Dare. But then when it comes to a doctor who prescribes ivermectin because that doctor obviously believes it helps. I'm not that doctor I haven't taken I've ever met him. I haven't had covid 19 yet. I may get it. The left to wish me dead when I do. I'm sure Mark the date Jim 12 40 time. Check Friday, September 3rd Mark the date. The left will wish Dan Bongino dead. If I get covid. I'm sure of it. I don't worry. We're ready for it. My prepared my family. They're ready for the mean tweets. We hope you die sooner. That's okay. I'm used to it. But when it comes to the doctor patient relationship where doctor thinks I've ever met and can help a patient, the aim is like now you've that's a bridge too far. Whacking kids in the womb worked off. Don't worry. Don't get between that. Prescribing an anti parasitic you think could help for covid. If you're a doctor, I assume that's why you would prescribe it. I'm not a doctor. Why else would you prescribe it? Right? But I assume you've read the research and you think it could possibly help? That is definitely a bridge too far. We can't do any of that stuff. If that makes sense to you. Yes. I'm sorry to inform you. You have no principles. You may say you have principles. You may tell your kids you have principles, but you're in fact lying. You don't have principles. But you have a political aspirations and you alter your principles based on how you can acquire, maintain and project power. That is all your doing. Stop pretending! Stop lying to yourself. It's not okay. You're lying to you and everyone, right? You don't have any principles. The principles of fake they're made up.
American Medical Association Promotes Patient-Provider Relationship Except When It Comes to Ivermectin
"Here's the first headline American Medical Association slams the Texas abortion law as a blight on the patient provider relationship. American Medical Association, said it was disturbed by how the Texas law impedes an open and honest patient provider relationship. Okay, so hold on. We're just taking notes here. So the American Medical Association objects to that heartbeat Bill in Texas, which will save human lives, ironically, to the medical association. That's kind of bizarre, but for a minute, we'll just play along with him. So, the American Medical Association says, Don't you dare get involved in abortion law because it will get between the patient and the doctor, The patient and the doctor. All that matters. We need an open and honest Patient patient provider relationship. So we're gonna do a principal check here, right? So principles, check. Just checking with the audience. The Amma says here are our principles, the patient doctor relationship that primacy of that matters. Nothing should get between an honest their words honest and open their words to patient provider relationship. That's their principles. Correct. That's what they said, which is kind of odd, because when it comes to prescribing Ivor Mactan, a drug for some really bizarre, infantile reason leftists in America start foaming at the mouth about when you bring up. It's an anti parasitic FDA approved drug for the treatment of parasites. It's not approved by the FDA for treatment of Covid, but some doctors have prescribed it again. Those are facts I know left this don't like facts, but they are facts, right? So they just told us because of the abortion law. You shouldn't get between the doctor and the patient, which is really strange because here in this other release here, the same American Medical Association strongly opposes. The ordering, prescribing or dispensing of ivermectin to prevent or treat covid 19 outside of a clinical trial.
"association association" Discussed on 40 Going On 14
"Of the association providing keyboards guitar vocals and drums brand coal one of his other. Sons blueprint is a december as a drummer for the los angeles based band. Brianna and fates. You started talking. And i got messed up so no branches. Because i went in and did a late edit and i realized just now that it was unnecessary at it. I thought i forgot the name brand. So i put it in the wrong spot and realized was twice in there so one of his other sons branco is a drummer for the los angeles based band. Brianna and the fates correct. I liked the association. me too. They're fun brand in the fatal songs are mostly very upbeat and poppy and fun. Along comes mary. that's a great song. Yeah never my love a little bit slower. But that's a great. I forgot asca said and realize that those were both association association did and that end Windy yup yeah. The twin another slower. One cherish. wow yeah okay. I really like the association. They put out a lot another one of those bands. Like like you just said. I didn't know they did that. But they put out a lot of good stuff. James moyer francs born august. Twenty seventh in pennsylvania is better known by his stage. Name jimmy pop which was originally jimmy. Popeye league he is an american rapper singer. Musician and composer. He is best known as lead vocalist rhythm guitarist primary songwriter. In one of the founding members of the comedic rock band bloodhound gang. I didn't interview jimmy pop really well when i was on. The show is a philadelphia sash. Pennsylvania based podcast and The guys knew jimmy pop so we had him on the show. That is pretty sweet. I think i think bloodhound gang guilty pleasure type banned for the entire world. I really only know their one song. But i liked that on so charlie brown. No the lap dance has a lap-dancing no one about lane. Nothing but mammals to do it like they do on the discovery channel that oh yes cutting unusual name. Yeah yeah we'll call it the bloodhound gang song. It's the bad touch off. I'll get that put the video on for suzanne. She's like what is going on the one with. They're all dresses..
"association association" Discussed on Here & Now
"This brighter job picture comes even as the US reported nearly fifty thousand new cases of Covid nineteen yesterday and many states are now putting their reopening plans on hold. Some are closing businesses for a second time for more now. Let's bring in Ellie vel she. MSNBC anchor in economics reporter highly. Finally saw so as we heard there. The presence is pretty enthusiastic about the numbers today, but given that the June jobs report likely doesn't reflect the rise in infections and states such as California now closing bars and restaurants once again and even fireworks displays this weekend. are not supposed to happen. How does he asked? SHOULD WE BE? Well I think we have to look at the the way. The data is gathered right. The monthly jobs survey is compiled between June. Seventh and thirteenth, basically between the you know the beginning of in the middle of the month that's before coronavirus cases began to spike in the big states, including in Florida re spiking in California, Arizona and several other states and we also have. Have the weekly initial unemployment claims and we know that since June twentieth that was the Fifteenth Straight Week of unemployment claims that exceeded one million, so we sort of have to accept that we're in this time where the data's going to be competing and on a lag. Obviously, it's good that some people are coming back I. Think going back to work I. Think it's not. Accurate, for the president to suggest the economy is roaring back and whatever these numbers are, they'll have been a dip. Since the survey was taken one of the industries that had picked up a little bit last month was hospitality and we're hearing from some restaurant owners who say they probably have to close for good as reopenings are being delayed. What do we know so far about how many restaurants are having to close permanently? Well so the jobs number we saw one and a half million jobs added in June, so of all the job gains in this job report thirty percent are from hospitality, but the sector is still way down. There are a number of restaurants a according to the National Restaurant Association Association, there are six hundred sixty thousand restaurants that have closed in in the country. Three percent of them are closed permanently, and many more of them will now be closing. A number of restaurants have said they could maintain themselves for two months or three months. That becomes very difficult because the average restaurant in America doesn't have that sort of they. They work off of cash flow. Most restaurant owners give themselves a fifteen percent chance of surviving according to a poll by the National Bureau of Economic Research. If Corona, virus lasts for six months and we're. We're now almost at that point. I'll ask you one other thing. There was some racial data in the Labor Department's report today. Whites have the lowest unemployment rate at ten percent blacks, the highest at fifteen, Hispanic, and Asian unemployment slightly lower hovering around fourteen. What's driving these disparities? Well in general African Americans earn less other quicker to be laid off their slower to be rehired, and they're less likely to be promoted. That's a normal situation outside of krona virus, but right now black and Hispanic workers are most likely to be in the types of jobs affected by crow virus that can't be done remotely, and that require face to face contact like food service, hospitality, manufacturing, temporary work nursing The statistics indicate that only sixteen percent of Hispanic workers and nineteen percent of black workers are in jobs in which they can tell a work or work from home. So that is part of what this issue is. L. E..
"association association" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show
"Getting there as an organization also demand having a foundation. for your data collection and the transformation of that data to be able to be usable by the chatterbox but specifically is You know if you're a call center or or if you're a a an and you're looking to replace your frontline call center agents which box. There is a lot of domain knowledge and a lot of Just simple transcripts of conversation. That needs to be digitized. If they're not already in order I try to be able to leverage if it's in healthcare I I think a couple things one. Obviously IT'S A. It's a very critical activity. Sorry in healthcare. Whatever you're trying to accomplish a lot of the times it's the patient's life potentially the wine and so there's Various Fallback very complimentary technology that can use. We've seen deployments of chat bots that couple. The voice activation of the bought with computer vision systems that are looking at Hallways and patient rooms to make sure that the environment is safe to make sure that the patient is upright when the upright Collect that data point and look at it with the conversation discussion and look at that data together to make decisions that aren't just from a single let's say Sense right as human beings. We make decisions. We don't make them just through the sense of hearing and so if we are expecting AH shutterbugs to act as a human needs that artificial intelligence behind the tripod can just be a child about it has to be a Chad bought with multiple multiple different senses whether that'd be sensitive data or sensitive to visual environment or otherwise. Does it take a lot. I mean say your company and you Wanna be able to do this. What what are the real benefits than behind? This are the real benefits to taking the leap. And saying that's that's what you WANNA do for your call center are used finding real. What's the cost benefits? I guess I am sure so again. I'm GonNa just at that. Of course it depends on what industry tree in value going to get out of it. But it's a fundamentally process automation so saying something in articulating then having parameter. Let's say because normally you'd have to go go to an application to do it if a big. It's a big thing a lot of times. What we've seen is chat bots use for example for scientists as a way to perform non-productive productive tasks not related to their core activities but they need to perform to reserve equipment to file a documentation chunk us in that space? They're they're also used In in like feelings services purposes to precipitate. Because you don't want field service. Technician is on on their phone on their tablet device. When they're in the field case so there's also Let's say non on financial benefits to leveraging their capabilities of a chat Bot If you're if you want to look at specific in it service management The time that it takes to file incident On average is reduced by about eighty percents using conversation these versus going through the traditional service managed into in manufacturing computer vision In tandem with conversation agents the time it takes to inspect and then Liberalize and also categorize effects that are in a manufacturing line is an order of magnitude faster using artificial national television With feel inspection slips trips and falls in the field are reduced up seventy percent some case. Because because of the the the the total disengagement from the mobile device in the field And now the ability to articulate things and have those things create actionable Decisions who their conversations for the job so a lot of different metrics health and safety financial operational that that are behind the value which I bought and intelligence that stands behind. Do they look at these now. Of course I'm going to save from a concern perspective. Is there this impersonal side to this. This is that one of the concerns or did you just describe surreal benefits in some ways. I mean they're the the flip side of this or this real negative go So I I think the the impersonal side which respectively is not necessarily the concern. I mean maybe at a commercial she'll level if you're talking about you know our kids are getting stuck on on their phones. Thanks to mobile devices but I think there is a problem with Especially when it it's You know related to human life data by And things like that and I think you know about this slips trips epsom falls house thinking. Somebody's hurt gets hurt. That human life side of it. I was thinking about that that you know when you're thinking about somebody's actually injured and now you're talking to Chat Bot. No so I'm saying I guess. Two things one with respect to the chat. Bots what you're doing is you're reducing the slips trips and falls because these people are not like looking at their device to perform an inspection there they're educating commands to perform inventory and having commenced Talk back to them instead of looking at the screen And then the other dimension for that is you know once they fall. There's technologies like a computer computer vision that are used to detect those false but ultimately it's you know it's not the robot that comes out and save human responded that now he's been informed much more quickly of their fall so it's a matter of preventive work to the power of chuck but and then reactive support through other technologies that could be installed extolled support and a better understanding someone if someone is in an on on the other side of this other concerns that people just don't like the communication Asian aspect or are we just getting used to it. The younger generation is comfortable with it. They've grown up with it and they don't really they're like fine with it. You know versus the older generation. Net's still has to adapt to it mean. Is that some of the things to your. I guess it would be ignorant of me even though I am in a two -SSUME that that type of technology is easily accepted by all and there is relevant concern there in terms of this Association Association of the human touch. A lot of that. You know it's not eliminated from the workflow that my focus here is to like I said at the beginning. Essentially the the the roles that people do normally today with the power of the eliminate those roles So it's still there. Safety responded bonded. Coming up to the person is still You know an individual. That's there the doctor that they're supporting the patient but now they have. These complementary tools power through artificial intelligence that help them for example focus on productive focus on the patient focused on filing forms. complement their diagnosis with the diagnosis of you. Know hardly million patients in the past Within the second instead of I filtered through so there's complimentary value that doesn't eliminate the individual but this helps them in their day-to-day or really interesting. Conrad Conrad you've painted a really good picture of saying look. We've got to look at the positive of what is going to bring. We've gotta look at the data that we have maximized the data. So I guess if you wanted to summarize ice for everybody what's the big takeaway here because I think there's a lot of good things. I think we've just got to wrap our arms around more of the positives than accentuating. Wha- AH fears are at this point because anytime we think about big brother and we've got to get past them we have. I mean we've made a lot of progress so we've got about another couple of minutes here. Well how would you summarize in. What's these key points? You want everybody to understand are the real benefits of what we have in. Ai piler conversation systems is that we have with all of this sure Well I'll start from what I heard kind of as a resonating theme like you know these there are barriers and concerns to adoption and so There are organizations. You mentioned that in some of them involved with the consortium that are bill to understand those barriers and to work with communities to eliminate them. So I mentioned data by so the idea that if you're training a A system you need to make sure that the data that you're providing to sufficiently diverse and especially things like healthcare you know if you are only looking at the data that's available to you and me not be your fault that you have their bias but that bias doesn't allow you to diagnose those certain demographics that becomes a problem and so there's things that are being done now to Reduce those sort of issues and then when it comes to Maybe the more commercial like artificial intelligence the the ones that Resonate taking over the world and and using artificial intelligence Becoming more intelligent than human being first of all I think from my perspective that is far out in terms of where we're at today I also think that with the right sort of Frameworks that are built into the dilution of artificial intelligence that those activities can Greatly mitigated at the very least to prevent militias as much as possible applications of artificial intelligence And then when it comes comes to the kind of industry adoption of a Like I mentioned at the beginning. There is a cornerstone or across Rhode rather of things that have now empowered artificial intelligence of data available the performance and the sophistication of the Algorithm the capabilities platform that That have allowed a to be extremely accessible. People can be a very efficient for us and to create application cases for all in all industries that have never been thought of before And that will bring you know automation value in fights and data analytics that have never been understood. across healthier across manufacturing across us financial sectors And it's being used today and it's being used More and more into become become a focus of a lot of Let's take technology roadmaps of many industries So that is I think an important takeaway well when it comes to just kind of the commercial home environment. You're seeing every day artificial intelligence and your phone artificial intelligence smart home Devices in your echoes and so on. So it's that is already there And I think it's the new generation but very accepted and by the ARC. You said the older generation.
"association association" Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table
"My time but honesty's tapped my time with honesty half my time with beyond me when you're leaving us and you saw was going on the on May see that as a reason why it was a good time to With with Coca Cola. No you know I for me. I've still loved to work with honest. Tea The real transition point. The reason was because our brand was graduating up into the Coca Cola Company and so there wasn't the same CEO or Te'o role that I had you know as Tko Iran all the business and I was clear there was a need need for me to continue to be around and help guide the business where I was going to say. They were little daily points up. Well what would seth do rather than have someone in their speculate. accolate what would I do. I can't say here's what I would do. And they listened they really did. Listen so It was useful to have me there and of course I could still connect with the consumer and the and the customer in an international expansion But I also wanted to go and create. The next thing I was honesty wasn't as much a creative eventuality. A trade war. It was just a scaling important needs to be done well but Getting to be around beyond me when we grew and scale the business I mean when I joined as they said the sales pin just less than a million and now it's you know just last quarter. We did ninety two million. So it's it's growing very quickly. What do you want to say one thing but when you look at that That growth. What four or five years now obvious for five years now when you first took on board seat actual exact chat chat when that chair all what was like the first couple of as you thought you had to really see take well? There's so many I'll why not you know. One of the things was the product wasn't where it needed to be like product was was fine but we knew to get it to the place where we could cross over already mainstream. We had to make it taste better. Had to look better. It had to sound literally when you cook it. It had and so that was a key piece of it also wasn't enough of a growth growth culture. We had a sales team and leadership that just didn't think And so actually I brought in the guy who had been my head of sales honesty. And he's now the chief grow. Oh Bob got him in there and then even as we thought about By the way I don't WanNa see justice. This is neat worked course brown who was fantastic partner on this and then thinking about the marketing how do we were were. Were freeing science to this. But it can't feel like a science project it's still got a feeling. This is product grown field that I put on my body that I to my family. So how do we talk about the ingredients. How do we talk about You Know Oh. And how do we work with retailers. Like whole foods to make sure this is a product that they feel good about presenting to their customers. Talking about I guess some very micro career things about one hundred mar things on the absolutely all of them That's that's really interesting. It's it's you know. I think it's really cool that you you look at it in the sense that it's not just a vacancy on off the plant vice paper. It's great but you can have more impact with people that I think the one other piece. That's key as we have to help. Create a sense of a movement like this and this has become an an and it's not yes. We are a brand but we really represent something bigger than that and making people feel like embracing beyond me. They can be part of that movement as well. That's awesome. Yeah 'cause you WanNa be you want to build a community around actionable em- patent rights. It's not just selling a product worth saying and it's it's so real today. Right in climate change is is a is a real phenomenon. I just read this week about this. The American Psychological Association Association has labeled a particular illness called echoing Zayed's where people literally are just so anxious about the climate that they feel and so we are providing a way for them to act on that and of course the way out of anxiety is to feel a sense of empowerment and so giving people the tools to act on their anxieties is an important. That's a really very very smart way to look at your brand. We think that the most enjoyable moment with the Theresa's Ame- Jolly Street and we have people from Texas coming in and they order the food and then all of a sudden they get it and they come back the best you know with the ad and you like it's not and it's like when would he to like I think for us to be relied too much. But it's just saying I think it's really cool when you blow people's mind with how cool plants off that's forty nine line which is really exciting. I'm speaking about this to make sure actually night listeners. If you if you've been into charlie straight you the had the eggs or out of the research to one we've already premade heats an eyesore set. Hang out for too long. But I've got it in its existing site you get Hamas so Rose Guy Commerce and it is the most simple to act on with that. Theresa is simply seared hunt and this is the first generation of a couple of things but these two may about four months of trial and error Alan to take on a state trial and error. The hell always. You're always offer trial and error clause once you stop then. I usually do not continue interest. Bring your underground of course and the absolute no constantly learning. Go beyond me talking about that all the time we basically you know we say anyone who's copying being us chasing our ghost because we've already worked on the next version of what we're doing very smart very smart and for you when you will kit. Ah This is actually really interesting point when you attain and you know you've got to action a certain thing same until yeah. Do you have a lead Tom on that now. Because no one's going down to the back yard and you're GonNa change the playground It's always as fast as possible. Yeah that's given show about it as you know. Well what is practical. What is what's realistic? So my role aliens role is to always push people faster than is possible and then it let them push back where they can but you know a lot of times. People don't appreciate how fast they can do because they especially if they come from a large company they just assume well and of course we always WanNa WanNa do things has to be done the right way make sure at scale will has to be safe all of those things but still can. We have an earth bringing urgency to it and and and that's that is something that on entrepreneur needs in need of urgency because You know this is. Our survival depends on our ability. Our role is to be the innovator to push the envelope absolutely absolutely and when you are now so you went from founding of business to now being someone who is the chairman now the business. How do you feel like uh-huh honest? He was essentially your baby. What do you? I'm just trying to think of listeners. Going from a role with being a fan or something to then and We'll maybe going from something that you're more of a leader in Japan starting like how did you find that change. What are you know? It's funny. I definitely even as I thought about the time. I don't think I'll ever love and other businesses such as Seattle. You'll ever feel as much pride and it would be on me. I do I have you know. Part of it is because it's the the leadership anything. It's such a great a friend. Lebron and rings a true authentic Biz into itself and the mission is one for me that I also feel passionate about so. It hasn't been It I don't have you just the same with love you know. Could you ever love another child as much of your project and can uh-huh and so for me it is certainly a different experience when I'm with Beyond me but it's I feel as much sets of ownership and pride about it. I'm so indeed. Do you find yourself when you're delegating advice. Delegate.
"association association" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance
"Is going to offer insurance policies to a group of people they're usually needs to be an affiliation of some kind nine so this is often people all working at a company or all part of a certain group of people and you just simply have to answer some basic questions. Maybe your height your weight eight little bit of your family history. But they're not gonNA make you go through the full line of underwriting and that's simplified issue in simplified issue they still have the opportunity to charge charge you more so if your weight is a little bit too high. They'll say we're going to increase your premiums because of that or if you have a bad family history. We're going to change your premiums because of that that's called simplified issue and then the third is what's called guaranteed issue where the insurance company guarantees that we will issue a contract life insurance policy on everybody who is within this affinity group usually accompanying and with guaranteed issue. They don't ask you any questions. They just simply say we'll we'll give it to you now. With guaranteed issue you can recognize denies. There's a tremendous liability exposure that the insurance company has. Let's say that I've had a I've I've I've smoked eight packs of cigarettes a day. My father died of cancer at at forty two. My mom died of cancer at forty three. I've had six heart attacks and I have four stints and all of a sudden I'm forty one and I decided that I want to go and I want to go in and get a life insurance policy. Well if I just go down to XYZ company and I come into that XYZ company. And and I say hey here here I am now. You've gotta give me half a million dollars. A Life Insurance Company that could destroy the integrity of the Group of insurance that the insurance company has and so they want to guard against that all the way the guard against that is usually by limiting those guaranteed issue contracts to relatively small face amounts of insurance usually fifty two thousand dollars. Maybe two hundred thousand dollars has got to be small. You generally don't get those with millions of dollars. Sometimes depending on the affinity group because of the basic characteristics of the group an insurance company will be a little bit more liberal with the size of the contracts. They'll issue see. You'll see this with things like a bar. Association Association or a CPA group something like that lawyers accountants and lawyers. These are often relatively low. Risk people And and they're out they're out of fairly low risk of dying people are usually intelligent and so if somebody's going to be an a an attorney There are lots of attorneys that smoke cigarettes but on a class basis. I would bet you five bucks that there are far fewer attorneys who smoke cigarettes everyday. Then there are our construction workers then there are janitors etc because the kind of person that becomes an attorney has a different health profile than the kind of person and who takes an entry level job so the the insurance company knows this and so sometimes they'll offer higher simplified issue or higher guaranteed issue shoe policy amounts to some of those very low risk groups And that's that's one that's how it works now back to you as an individual versus group. If you can get insurance yourself you should always by yourself and the first reason that already said was that you can that you can and take it with you when you leave your job and you can maintain your insurance coverage the second reason why or a second reason why you should buy the policy. Individually visually is that you can often get better rates because of the risk that the insurance company faces of the Potential for for adverse selection people who know they're sick and they're going to die coming to that company and intentionally getting it that's called adverse selection because of the risk. She's been smoking too many cigarettes today. Because of the risk that the company faces the they will often the the group policies issued at higher rates to protect the company. So sometimes you can save a lot of money as an individual by simply having a policy that's underwritten for for you as an individual versus through your group contract. I've seen that many times. Where if you're just buying standard term insurance contract you can save significant money by buying that policy yourself through the group you some that you don't really get much group benefit? As far as there's not a lot of there's not a lot of benefit to the insurance company of taking on those group contracts. They liked to have more insurance. They like to sell more business so there is some ability. They don't have to pay as many agent commissions as they do in the individuals side. I took maybe some cost savings but the risk of adverse selection. The undoes a lot of those things so depends on the person depends on the company..
"association association" Discussed on The Journal.
"Welcome back in Washington facebook's plan to start a new currency landed with a thud what you saw was visceral reactions from lawmakers in both both parties about this idea. They're like facebook a private company a company that we don't trust that we don't like a company that may we have had an impact in the twenty sixteen election. They're going to create money money. They're GONNA create money. Lawmakers went nuts nuts one facebook executive in particular face the brunt of their concerns. My Name is David Marcus. and I'm the head Kelly Brad facebook for David Marcus is is a tech EXEC who is a former president of pay pal. Come over to facebook these basically responsible for building the wallet and it's really interesting because Google facebook you have the Lieber Association Association with about thirty members that will eventually be expanded to a hundred but he is the face of the entire thing and he gets hauled in front of Congress over the summer summer and he gets grilled by the lawmakers by the house by the Senate. Thank Mr Chairman. Facebook is dangerous day just a the lead into him now facebook yes people to trust them with their hard. Earned paychecks takes a breathtaking amount of arrogance breath taking him out of arrogance to look at that track record and thank you know real what we really ought to do next what we ought to do next. Let's run her own bank in our own for profit version of the Federal Reserve. Let's do it for the whole world. I understood there was a lot of grandstanding in these in these hearings but there are also a lot of legitimate questions uh-huh sort of put it in three three buckets. The first bucket is the data itself. I'm also concerned about the data privacy and it how you're going to use is the data. The thing to understand is that libra is going to have mountains of data associated with it every single transaction every rece ingle party. Every counterparty is going to be recorded the question and it's an important question who controls it and what are they going to do with the big fear fear was that facebook would control it facebook would abuse it and facebook would use it to sell you more ads and to give you things that you didn't really want what we post on on facebook and who were friends with is one thing how we spend our money is really powerful information and you have access to that too but congress had other concerns turns to is this money going to be used on the dark web. Is this one you're going to be used for money laundering. Is this money going to be used to fund terrorism. I'm concerned that drug cartels and human traffickers offers major problems of course in Arizona border regions may try and use lever to finance their operations along our southern border your test. How does David Marcus respond to these concerns turns in the hearing so to me the most fascinating part of the entire two days worth of hearings was that he kept actually giving them the answers they wanted and then they'd asked the same question again as if they weren't even listening Senator I I want to commit that we will not launch until we've satisfied aside those concerns with and what he told them was that yes the data is going to be held in different silos the privacy of the users will be held held over here and it will be protected the transaction history will be held over here and it will be protected but if you're a government agency for the FBI if you're the CIA whomever and you go to them or they legitimate request for that data they're going to give it to you and what I realized and I don't think anyone else kind of really certainly nobody asking him? Questions got this is that libra is actually going to be a perfectly transparent currency. The way that the network is off going to operate is that all the on and off ramps will be regulated every every single libra from every single user everything their entire transaction history is traceable government could have access to that as a result activities cities such as money laundering terrorism funding we'll have an opportunity to be monitored and there has actually never been a currency that transparent transparent so it sounds though then that like a lot of the concern about this whole project really comes down to facebook itself and the fact that it hasn't hasn't had a great track record on data privacy in the parents and look. It's not just facebook. I mean it is a tech problem. A lot of corporate America yeah is that what happens in tech often is somebody comes up with a great idea. They create it. They launch it and they're just ten thousand unintended consequences yes but it's happened so many times that we're now have a sort of visceral reaction to the idea of new technology that yeah whatever you're telling me now I know that but there's GonNa be something wrong with it down the road and you're gonNA come back to me in a couple years and say oops. We didn't think that Oh we could have never foreseen that. We had no idea that was going to happen happened and nobody wants it to happen with money. When you start talking about money then you are talking about the stability of the global economic system? That's a big big deal.
"association association" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines
"Quoted prices from Intel are four thousand unit orders not single chip retail Google added added a password checkup feature to its password manager and chrome and android that feature was previously available as an extension but it will be built in now the feature checks passwords against known breaches and alerts alerts users as well as encouraging them against using passwords over again or using weak passwords data is encrypted and cannot be seen by Google and warning data is local local to your machine also launched incognito mode for maps when you use Google maps and incognito mode activity will not be saved to your Google account or used used for personalization google also is adding auto delete options to your youtube history that can be set for deletion every three or eighteen months automatically and Google Google assistant can now respond to voice commands to delete the last thing you said or delete everything you said last week. Samsung has shut down its last phone factory in China citing domestic competition from Chinese brands rising labor costs and a slowing worldwide phone market Samsung has expanded its smartphone production to countries like India and Vietnam. Tom Sony also announced it will close its Beijing smartphone plant and only make phones in Thailand. Finally The Wall Street Journal has sources who say the companies that make up the Libra Association Association will meet in Washington D C Thursday the Journal sources say that Visa and Mastercard are reconsidering involvement. Bloomberg sources say pay Pal Stripe are also oh and decided facebook's David Marcus said on twitter he was not aware of any companies plans to not step up for more discussion of the news of the day subscribed to daily Tech News. Show Oh dot com you can find show notes and links to the headlines there as well. Thanks for listening. We'll talk to you next time.
"association association" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Welcome to the public news service daily newscasts for Monday September Sixteenth Twenty nineteen. I'm Mary Sherman new allegations. EMERGE MERGE AGAINST SUPREME COURT JUSTICE CANNELL and lightning strikes are more likely than a forced arbitration win those stories and more coming up president president. Donald trump is standing by supreme court Associate Justice Cavanaugh in light of new allegations regarding sexual misconduct from his college years. The New York Times published the sort sort of a new book detailing the incident which Cavanaugh had previously denied on Sunday trump tweeted that cavanaugh should start suing people for libel or the Justice Department should come to his rescue Kavanagh's nomination solidified a conservative majority for the Supreme Court. A new report says workers and consumers are more likely to be struck doc by lightning than win a case through the so-called forced arbitration process. We get the story from Eric tagged off tens of millions of workers and consumers have signed agreements to not sue companies and instead settled through arbitration. A new report says there are more likely to be struck by lightning than when a case through the so-called forced arbitration process the American Association for Justice Analyze data from the two largest arbitration providers between two thousand fourteen and two thousand eighteen and found that of the sixteen million employees subject to forced arbitration only two hundred eighty two were awarded monetary damages Larry Shannon with the Washington State Association Association for Justice says the State Supreme Court tried to bar these agreements but the US Supreme Court preempted states in two thousand eighteen the US Supreme Court drew a roadmap give give immunity to these corporations by imposing these forced arbitrator agreements on individual consumers and workers the J. estimates there are eight hundred million forced arbitration clauses in effect for consumers. However only six thousand cases are brought forward each year with with consumers winning just an average of three hundred eighty two.
"association association" Discussed on Invention
"E Dot Com all right. We're back so I'm not saying it doesn't get hot in Scotland but I know a place where it definitely gets hot here here in the United States and that is of course the panhandle of Florida. Did you ever live in Florida no but it's always well not always but much of my life life has been lived in the American south so Florida has always been a place to go for vacations and such so generally in summer months when it is it is sweltering right so we're going to be turning to a figure of Florida man named John B Gory yes so John Gorrie lived eighteen. Oh Oh three through eighteen fifty five was an American physician born in the West indies raised in South Carolina educated in New York and then he moved to Appalachia coal of Florida in eighteen thirty three and Appalachicola is a small coastal town in the panhandle of Florida. It's near Saint George's island. I think which some one point in my life I think I actually went on a vacation to yeah. I mean I've been to Appalachicola and I did not realize its significance in history. I mean obviously didn't spend a Lotta time or I might have seen a statue of the man. We're talking about now. but of course you might imagine Florida in the eighteen hundreds. There's going to be a good amount of disease going around the zoo going to be basically a tropical disease. Z's environment yeah so while he was in-app electrical he practiced medicine but he also studied these tropical diseases especially yellow fever and as asthma theory eerie was still in fashion at the time he considered bad air to be the key factor in these illnesses. Now we've discussed asthma theory before I know we discuss. Oh your mind. I can't remember if it came up on invention or not. I'm not sure but basically miasma theory was the idea that diseases it was it was a pre germ theory hypothesis assists on the origins of disease that postulated the diseases were spread by bad air or bad vapors often associated with bad smelling things like Carryanne or like swamps marshes right but then they're also more supernatural versions of it. The belief that like bad vapors would come down off of the planets or something yeah yeah. I remember the discussing those the planet the planet in graveyards for instance certainly not places 'cause you're. GonNa catch a supernatural illness. But of course you can see where the correlation comes in when you're dealing with unburied corpses or swamp lands yes that are loaded with say mosquitoes that are of course you know carrying potential human diseases exactly right yeah. I think the swamp land thing being a really important point of comparison. It's a new there. Were these ideas of like night. Vapors coming off of the marsh or the swamp where the real problem is that you've got a mosquito giving you malaria or giving you yellow fever but I also WanNa say say that I think it wasn't just a belief in asthma theory that led to a desire to cool the air in hospital rooms for patients suffering from diseases like yellow fever and malaria I think part of it was also just the idea of the comfort of the patients but something this didn't make me think about was that it's interesting that it seems like we have a I was. GonNa say Natural Association Association. I don't know if it's a natural instinctual association or if it's learned but this association between cold fluids and cleanliness and warm fluids with with uncleanliness like I don't think that's just me I think that's a common cultural association like cold air and cold water automatically feel clean while stagnant warm warm air and tepid water field dirty and I don't do you think that's like something you know from deepen our brains and our primate ancestors or is that just something we learn in life through the culture I mean I don't know I've never really thought about it much. I mean obviously if you're in hot room. You're likely to be sweaty and if you're a sweaty over time that can produce a certain odor a you can feel dirtier because of it I guess and we and certainly in the air conditioning age you come to associate gate the outdoors is the place where sweat sweating the product of toiling and then inside you're going to have access to air conditioning and there's GonNa be a place you know generally of more relaxation and and maybe cleaner activities united getting dirty but but any rate gory will definitely was responding to the idea that a hospital should be cool yes in part because of the you know the Nasima theory that you need some you need some good Aaron there which means you need some cold air right cool it down especially for those feverish patients. Yes and there's still some truth to this today. I mean you go into a hospital now not because of me asthma theory but hospitals now tend to be pretty chilly places. I would say yeah yeah absolutely of of course that's really coming to be the case of most like large buildings schools libraries. These are these are places that are refugees of of off the cool in hot climates usually so gory wanted to cool down the hospital okay and his first approach to this.
"association association" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Often but it <hes> you don't feel like a rock and roll type night getting ready for the weekend got Major League baseball a little bit of news coming out of the National Basketball Association Association at least <hes> something to fill the news cycle. You know something you know entertainment fodder so to speak and it's got sports illustrated. It's got social media. It's got the best player in the game and it's a guy that <hes> built a roster to win a championship include David Griffin v Lebron James Now i read this sports illustrated article. That is the object of all the controversy at this point in time game and I'm GonNa tell you this is a lot of this article by Jake Fisher which came out on Thursday morning <hes> how David Griffin rebuilt the Pelicans in his world a lot of it's about the Palette you know that's just the bronzed Lebron James of course E._S._p._N.. Is GonNa jump at something like that. <hes> <hes> in Major League Baseball Clayton Kershaw passes Colfax is now third all time in strikeouts for the dodgers <hes> we had eight eight people suspended from the little rock is <hes> took place in Cincinnati the other night including <hes> Cleveland Indian the made his debut on Thursday night against Houston Astros U._C._l._A.. Week is going to be suspended for three games figure that I he's got until the tribe goes to New York to play the Yankees Yankees and the Matt's weekend series I add the stadium and then they go to city field for a mid week series you gotta figure at some point when they go to New York. His appeal will be heard Gordon. He's GonNa sit out against the Yankees or he's going to sit out against the mets or maybe he wins that appeal. We'll see all right black coming your way. Oh plus the N._F._l.. We had the broncos in the Falcons in Canton. The Gay Matt Nothing. I'm GonNa give you the score in the open because of that fact Mariel heavy scores..
"association association" Discussed on The Young Turks
"Be. It's not that complicated think about it in your you're in your own terms in your own life. What you spend money for and what you expect to get back right so I like to think of it? As every month I have to pay the Homeowners Association Association of certain fee right and that feed goes toward maintaining the grounds you know paying for the water bill whatever it is imagine like paying paying that fee every month and having the head of the H._O._A.. Tell you okay. Here's the thing we're not going to give you free water. You're just looking for free water and that's unacceptable settled. We're GONNA take this money and we're going to build those the building next door because we don't like the head of the H._O._A.. In that building right I mean that's essentially what our government does as money goes post toward nonsense wars and we purposely do it because hey the private contractors love those giant federal contracts right. They love love that taxpayer money. I mean we gotta Pay Boeing. GotTa Pay Raytheon. We gotta pay all these defense contractors. That's where the money goes and then little by little they keep cutting taxes for the wealthy again lately to the tune of two trillion dollars over the next ten years and then they also start defunding programs that help people who need it I would much rather have my money go toward keeping children in poverty fed in America then giving contracts defense contractors and also when they we do have those quote unquote programs that are funding people and trying to make up for historic diff- inequalities. They have conditions Russians right. If you are a woman who is on welfare you have to be a single mother to receive that money and so that and prevents her from having any SORTA real relationships with other people could point I mean and so people are in a permanent class of poverty and always vulnerable to any sort of like I what I really. She loved Elizabeth Warren's messing around healthcare is that people are pretty much a healthcare bill away from poverty. Yes all of us all of us all of us and we're that honorable whether you are in the working class whether you are middle class and so to not talk about why we're in that position that has gone been the result of of decades of endless wars decades of giving tax breaks to wealthy Americans not even rich. We're just talking about wealthy. We're talking about point zero one percent of Americans who outsource all your jobs to that's right <hes> so we're getting the raw deal. You're going back to the H._O._A.. And H away is supposed to provide you with with water the responses Oh you're lazy. Why don't you go find your water?.
"association association" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"There's a great players everywhere on these rosters goodstuff joy with news well. That's the news and thanks for stopping by heard lie. I've been watching some Keith urban during the breaks. He is really talented. Now you like Nascar Goulet so I would think you like country music. I I wouldn't say I'm Keith Urban Fan. I'm not as has jealous of you going to that. What would you jealous of in the country Realm Chris Stapleton? He's very good. I would be jealous of the Chris Stapleton and U.. Conn you grow up. I mean IT NASCAR and country music goal. Oh I'm not opposed when I listened to some country music. It's not my first choice but I'm okay with it. Critics Chris Stapleton would be your guy. That'll be my guy. I love how you're just associating like. Oh you like cars. So you must love country visited they go hand in. That is a Fair Association Association. Is it yes. I would think that that's fair. I mean it's stereotype but it's not I don't even think about wildly you go to NASCAR events on a Friday before the event. They'll have parties around the country bands and that's fair I mean if you listen to country music stations which I I have they'll they'll advertise NASCAR events and country music's good storytelling. It is good storytelling soul-cleansing when you're sad it is it is so that's a good way to put it so the last time you were sad you put on some Shania Twain and just ball afternoon <hes> very sad and she's kind of dynamic yeah. She's more like empowering Kanaya who is giving the top five country artists right now in the world. I mean who who are they. Who are the top five? What about loan is X.? Now that's just a song is huge. I mean it's the well I his his album is not a country album. I'm partially making a joke but he does have the biggest country a song in the world ever. It's now garth brooks when I was growing. Oh Blake Shelton Blake Shelton's Big Carrie underwood there. You go like Miranda Lambert. It used to be Taylor swift but she asher style. You didn't used to be she. She switched she changes genres more than boyfriends. She's all over the place so she's without a cheap shot. Yes I'm sorry about that all right. What about Dirks Bentley remember him? I like Dirks. Pantley Bentley Casey mass graves oh especially as early work or is that a girl an idiot all right <hes> Jason McIntyre actually back we do tomorrow's headlines today and we there are. They always make me laugh. He's had some absolute ridiculously bad tomorrow's headlines that we would not put on the air and we thought it's Friday. It's the summer so the staff said here's some of the ones that didn't make the cut all sorts of stuff Russell Westbrook just introduced in Houston. I'll give you some of that in a couple minutes. What did he say anything interests? We're GONNA watch it together. It's very exciting for so. You've never made two appearances on the same show. This is groundbreaking Jason McIntyre. Now you come on for a segment called tomorrow's headlines Today we ended on Friday and we thought so this <hes> about a year ago because your newspaper Guy and I was trying to figure out something on Friday to end the show that was kind of funny about going into the weekend and I kinda brainstorm. This and I said you know you're a newspaper Guy and so you do it and you do funny headlines about stories so you did it an hour ago ago and today three of the four got a big laugh from me. Yes one a chuckle. Three big laughs as a very good day for only people on the Internet hated the Patriots Won..
"association association" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"Number Four Foundation Dot Org and I will link to all these in the show nuts so people don't have to scribble down notes <hes> so come to the the euro for that in a minute but Special Operations Warrior Foundation is another and the station foundation. I WANNA mention a few other things in these all be in the show notes at Tim's blog forward slash podcast <hes> where you can just search Nick Norris and all this will pop up of course links to everything <hes> people who are interested in a few other adjunct options potentially for say treatment resistant depression. I would encourage to take a look at it's not a panacea. There is some addictive potential so you should read the indications indications speak with the doctor but ketamine can be a one very powerful tool particularly if you are at a point where you're suffering from <hes> the very bottom meaning suicidal idealization is one tool that has has proven for research perspective and is is legal and available INS in clinics around the United States <hes> and it was only actually recently approved for nasal administration as well. I think is very <hes> worth investigating for people really in dark place or no someone who is <hes>. There's a documentary culture of compassion which I just put <music> out. I do not make any money from it. I did it pro Bono <hes> to help get this film out which covers <hes> specifically addressing P._T._s._d. and using tools including psychotherapy and M._d.. D._N._A. There are some veterans in that documentary and that's also <hes> a therapy that is currently going through phase three trials so people are interested in learning more about that can go to maps dot org and look for the face three trials related the two empty Mesa Psychotherapy Nick people can find you on Instagram at Nick Underscore Norris Nineteen eighty-one and your company which I would have already mentioned at this point the introduction as well. Can you just give to just a short description of your company yes so we have a sunscreen company called Vara and we invented a zinc oxide only product that we have some provisional patent pending on so basically it's a healthy sunscreen healthy for you and the environment and the differentiator for us as that we've solved all the poorest static issues that zinc has typically make your skin white white it feels terrible. It's thick and greasy. We've a product that goes on dry and clear and super gnarly water resistance. If you're an athlete I mean we're endorsed in partnered with the North Shore Lifeguard Association Association out of Hawaii so the the special operations of the lifeguard world. I mean those I have a profound level of respect for those guys I mean they. They put themselves in situations that I can't even imagine <hes> and they eh they've used our stuff and the only sunscreen that those guys use so and I've I've a bunch at home as we speak..
"association association" Discussed on TechStuff
"The overall BITCOIN system sets that difficulty for the computational problem and the more people or rather the more computational power than trying to solve the problems the harder the problems become this way they meet her out the release of new bitcoins because solving the problem verifies the transactions for a block which then goes to the rest of the community to essentially check the work and make certain that it's valid and then the the computer system that made that correct <hes> transaction verification. I gets rewarded with a certain number of bitcoins or portions of bitcoin. Then number changes over time the number. Number of bitcoins rewarded decreases in a steady predictable pattern and it will do so until all bitcoins are in circulation which will happen sometime in the middle of the twenty second century. I think twenty one forty I think is what will all be in circulation now. Everyone can see the blockchain and everyone can see this chain of transactions. This shared ledger means that no one can spend the same bitcoin twice. There's no double spending of Bitcoin as the first transaction will already be a matter of record and any secondary tempt will fail during the verification process now one down downside to all of this is that transactions take longer to verify than traditional payment transactions and that can be the an issue when you're trying to buy something unless you're not in a hurry so to give you a sense for this like how slow am I talking about. BITCOIN transactions happen at a rate of around seven transactions per second which sounds pretty fast except then you learned that a more traditional national payment transaction service visa can process closer to three thousand transactions per second so that's a big disparity it shows a huge gap now facebook libra will not follow bitcoins methodology instead there will be a somewhat centralized though not localized that a base of transactions cryptic graphically protected database so you have a database not a blockchain <hes> it is not fully Foley decentralized in other words. You've got a group of companies that are in charge of the Governance and verification of transactions. It's not open to a whole community. <hes> the community using the currency Z are not the ones providing the computational work to verify those transactions instead members of the Libra Association more on them in a bit <hes> specifically members that have coughed up ten million dollars for this privilege will act as validation nodes to validate validate those transactions if at least two thirds of the validation nodes verify transaction it is considered to be verified and it goes through because libra will use a limited number of validation nodes run by an elite few members of the Libra Association Association. It's what we would call a permission system. You have to be granted. Authority develop date transactions. That's in contrast was systems like bitcoin which are permission less meaning. You simply have download the software and be part of the network at work and you're part of the community facebook..
"association association" Discussed on Health Care Rounds
"All of these in more would be affected for now. We can only wait and see what happens if the cases appealed again as the planets predict predict the Supreme Court might not accept it of note the five justices who voted to upheld the constitutionality of A._C._A.'s individual mandate in two thousand twelve are still on the court. Here's what else you need to know. A federal federal judge has blocked at trump administration rule stipulating that drug manufacturers include wholesale prices in television advertising on June Fourteenth Drugmakers Merkin company Eli Lilly and company and Amgen as well as the advertising trade group. The Association Association of national advertisers had sued to prevent the rule from taking effect. The group argued that list prices do not reflect the cost of drugs after negotiated discounts in rebates with payers pharmacy benefit managers nor are they representative of payments. The patients make the pharmacy counter in related news. The trump administration has scrapped its drug rebate grohl which would force payers to pass on savings negotiated with drug manufacturers onto Medicare patients a senior administration Russian official speaking on the condition of anonymity told Reuters the rule was too costly and could have hurt chances for bipartisan legislation quote the decision was made that it was not prudent to go forward with the rule right now that that would be too disruptive that the risk was probably too high and then it might upset a legislative deal which is our primary focus and quote president trump signed an executive order designed to transform kidney care in the U._S.. In the executive order goals include reducing new cases of end stage renal disease or s R._D.. By twenty five percent in ten years increase the percentage of
"association association" Discussed on A VerySpatial Podcast
"So uh ag in new orleans i if you're going to be there are session saturday morning um age for up which room i think bourbon room may be idle um but yeah come see that frank has to give us a a video for that before we leave um see the uh this fall conferences are coming up um digital heritage 2018 it's going to be in october in the united states yeah yeah um i don't know anybody else any other ones nope apply geography apply geography i believe will be in can't state in the fall and the deadline for that's coming up but uh it's again one of those that if you have something where you're doing geography and of course lodge ias applications a fall on this as well that's a good conference to go and share your your work um the cartography as forgot what is called a the cartography conference who are they nieces nieces thank you north american society for cartographic information systems that sounds right right surely the mayor could something yeah i think i'd aggravate than there so there deadlines coming up in the end of spring for their conference which also be uh in the fall and of course the regional conference for um ig you the international geographical union it's going to be told located so as i do you the regional um the educational one a no at so the geography education mannheim display can on everybody's acronyms today and cag i remember that when so the canadian association association geographers um those three conferences will be colocate id in august men it i can't remember either check in that.
"association association" Discussed on Masters in Business
"Welcome to the podcast thank you katie so much for doing this and i don't know if you remember where we first met but i wanna say bouzet camp kotok it may have been i i feel like remake back further than that but that was a great place a we do go back for a date because i know who introduced kevin light that's right who is a technician who were runs a b d and research shop and kevin was at i want to call it technumn analyst is at a mental seattle it's gotta be heartily hitch and thousands tens of at right that's it yet added that hit the technicians we run in these small circles him only funny do not know each other i feel like so i can't tell you how many people i know who took the class with ralph acampora or other people at the um i don't know what they're calling it now they just did a big name change because it's now the cmt association association i used to be the ninety s said changed the name and which is a bit more aligned with the cfa society is exactly empty which has chartered market technician and has really grown as a designation and for me it's been invaluable in my career because our it it's a credential eyes as he ran short it to publish this research but also in preparing for that m you know you you do learn a lot of the tools and other disciplines might be interesting and so it helps expand your horizons a little bit and you've you've become a regular on the on the media circuit talking about.