29 Burst results for "Attila"

'The View' Says Justice Clarence Thomas Doesn't Represent the Black Community

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:25 min | 3 months ago

'The View' Says Justice Clarence Thomas Doesn't Represent the Black Community

"Here is an exchange between joy behar and sunny hostin yesterday on the view. Considering the uneven kind of court we have right now, it's so important that this is happening on in a time where we can get another liberal. And of course, the representation more than anything you pointed out, first black woman, there's only been two black men in. Those numbers are a little shocking. And one doesn't really represent the black community. No. One doesn't really represent the black community. I'm apologized. I don't have the right cut sheet here, guys. There's a mistake on my sheet. That was cut 5. That was 5? Oh, that was 6. One doesn't really represent the black community. That's sunny hostin and Sarah Haines. Now let's go to the right cut with joy behar and sunny hostin cut 5. Hate that somebody like Amy Coney Barrett was put in there because she's a white woman who they say well, go against abortion rights, and she's a woman. So that was deliberate, I think. Clarence Thomas, a black guy, a black man, a justice, okay? I'll give it to him. He's a smart guy, but he is to the right of attila the hum this guy, and they put him in there thinking, oh, a black man will go against voting rights. Which is what he does. And it was a.

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"attila" Discussed on Acquired

Acquired

04:56 min | 9 months ago

"attila" Discussed on Acquired

"The semiconductor business. And that's where he has his next big breakthrough and this is on the business side. So morris notices what they're doing setting up these new plants for you know all these successive new a methodologies and processes of manufacturing you know at this point integrated circuits in silicon semiconductors and pumping these chips. It's super expensive to do this. Like super cost capital intensive so what ti and everybody else in the industry dead when they would start a new product line. That would use a new fab for chips. The charged a lot of money for it. 'cause like they put a lot of money into these things so like right off the gate. You want the latest. You know. New hotness in the end products that ti selling the charge a lot of money for them. Morris realized that he's like that's not actually optimal to do that because as evidenced by his first big win at ti with ibm line. There's a learning curve. Attila getting the yields right and learning how to manufacture new process. And in the beginning. You're gonna have really low yield and so what you want. Ideally from you know fabrication perspective. Is you wanna have a ton of volume from the gecko like as soon as the plan is online. You want to be running at max capacity so that you can a learn as fast as possible get yields up to the profitable levels and then you want to still be running max capacity as long as possible because you already spent fixed cost right. Make the plant basically. You always want max capacity so when you started out by pricing so high you kept demand low and you weren't able to get up to capacity fast enough it's almost like they didn't realize the benefit of the potential operating leverage they had because they were just passing their exact economics onto their customers. And saying you basically have to pay us for us to do all these fixed costs and then you'll get all the benefits of the to stamp it off the press every time whereas what they really should have been doing is saying we will make an investment. you know. we'll eat the cost of having to spend all this up but boy are we going to be super profitable on every chip. That comes off the line. Yup totally so morris is thinking about this. He hires bc g..

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"attila" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

02:42 min | 11 months ago

"attila" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"What works. What doesn't you know. I'm really really learning An assistant jay messina. He's jingle king. We're doing ford commercials airline commercials. That's like those start at nine in the morning. Sometimes forty piece orchestra rhythm section background singers lead singer and announcer done leaves with the mix in four hours so learning that you you you know. It may take longer to set up the chairs. Then do the section watching jay you know. He was unbelievable they. They sold them from a fact because they wanted a little bit of jingle business in the morning you know to fill. This was basically a rock studio so empty in the morning. So assist england jazz dates and then You know really get my chops together. And then they put me on the made me the guy doing people's for trek game. Oh so one day This this artist comes in like unknown iran. I recognized him because he played in the hassles and i used to see that band. We used to play the same clubs island. Sometimes so it was billy joel already ripped brought and billy joel to record demos You know was just a piano. He's recording demos to try to get an you'll for columbia and i'm recording these demos for track and this and this and jack this would have been because before billy joel operating under his own name. He actually was in a hard rock band. I think called attila. So this was after that i would imagine. Oh yes well after it tila because between them because the hassles were in the sixties anyone's put the horns on right You know with that. Attila thing and then this was his chance to go so but i remember very well from the hassles. You remember me but you know. I've mentioned that i've seen him at I can't remember the name of the club out in the island that you played going off dinosaurs and i think the rolling stone as well Open for the vegas but anyway So hardy ripped Brings them in. Arne was a client of mine for davos all hooked on. Because you know he didn't pay much for them and You know ardy rip is no. I don't not know personally.

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"attila" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

05:26 min | 11 months ago

"attila" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"Allah. Make sure that nutrition matches your levels so faculty. So we don't foaling to the lower Oprah limit of exercise lower. Le- may be am i By a low beam. I definitely associated with incidents fatuity promos hiring. Yeah interesting and then if we move a little bit how how about the physical activity in in preconception period. What what are the effects visit important. Yeah that's very interesting Yes i like everything when you know when you wanna achieve something or when you're looking to get pregnant in future will we say on prepration is a game like with anything like if you're gonna go to mars on you have to prepare yourself and do Weeks so it's the same with With reproductive house so the preconception level preconception period a an important period because he provides an opportunity to start doing some behavior change onto introduce healthy. That could lead into a healthy pregnancy. And then wilson the women who exercise before getting pregnant own Active before pregnancy are more likely to stay active throughout the pregnancy. And then we also know that Physical activity has so many benefits on the mother on the child. So the preconception period to me. It's very important like you have to prepare buddy for future. Pregnancy like say has to be faithful attila team and then it goes from just getting your appearance right to make sure that you're feeding off to sustain a pregnancy To make sure that your body is passable when you attempt to have a baby Not many women know that they can't have baby until until they try oviously so something more like getting your body ready for when you actually try. Yeah so basically died. While i heard is the physical activity is important in the preconception period. Kind of get ready and and tests that whether you you can get get pregnant right. Yes so it's a matter of like getting all your cycle bready your hormone levels. Ready your body ready on your fitness levels ready Yeah because you know going through pregnancy you need to fade Especially also for the delivery part of it. So it's important women start Not being active before attempting to have a pregnancy. Yeah yeah that's that's interesting. I i actually haven't heard of discussing of the importance of fitness. How how does it affect the actual giving birth and the pregnancy what. What are the effects. He of fitness. Yeah that's an interesting question actually I personally having gone through. Eight by we know are like i have delivered. Many many babies have gone through a lot of deliveries with women on. I see how how hard it is in how you know it's very demanding so on it's hotter when Eight or snot as fate an also. Because you know the the pregnancy is a period of your life when everything changes even the anatomical changes irreducible you're gonna get tired more quickly You get short of breath. The belly can can compress your diaphragm. So it's it's harder for you to brace on some women just you know just because it's it's like hotter flame to their normal daily routines it's toddler into squeezing activity but if you Your pregnancy being fatality healthier days. You're gonna go through the pregnancy. They easier you're gonna break through it. It's gonna make it easier for when you actually feel the. Tomiko changes when you When you buddy actually change You know in preparation for the delivery for these baby. Yeah very interesting. So fitness level helps helps during the pregnancy and in the in the delivery. And i think i read somewhere that like our genes. We cannot affect but our behavior affects the epigenetics. And and what. Kind of kind of epa genetic factors you have during the win getting getting pregnant a you kind of give them to your your child and physical activity and lower bmi kind of provides better ab genetic factors to your child. Have you have you heard about this. I have but i didn't have to exploit the expertise to comment that. Yeah it makes sense but you haven't really exploding to that. I.

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How To Make A Handbag the Old-Fashioned Way With Slow Fashion Craftswoman Simone Agius

Wardrobe Crisis

02:33 min | 1 year ago

How To Make A Handbag the Old-Fashioned Way With Slow Fashion Craftswoman Simone Agius

"Before we get into the angle. The i wanted to kind of pin you down on. Which was your suggestion. Which is why we chose you to tell you story. Let's just really briefly. Give us an idea of what these bags that you make. Look like well the quite graphic this symbolic of the moon there crescent moon shape which is it's an iconic shape it some inspired from vintage to some degree. I love seventies fashion and one of my favorite handbag. Brands is khloe in that style. Differently inspires me and they cleaned the elegance. They look beautiful. Digest just beautifully handcrafted bags though. So i'm not sure if the entirely so instead strike the not entirely hand-stitched there's a lot of hand processes though as i mentioned the the one or two at a time. There's a lot of glowing involved. We would buysc lose when i first started learning about that was also Basically which is extremely toxic to be breathing in all day and it was actually at the amid traveling shore when the women from attila was sitting in it. She was stitching a handle or something like that. She had the little pot of glue next door and shed the french translator. And i was like can you ask. Oh what's in the pot and he was like aqua. I'll like water. Water base clue. I get this and that was literally when i was like okay. I'm switching on water. Basically with doing that if as doing at we can do it for listeners. Who aren't aware of this incredible traveling exhibition that amazed which actually came to sydney anti melvin and traveled in all different countries. I'm not sure exactly. Where but i did go and see in sydney and the luxury french iconic fashion house brought their processes to a museum context in living way. And so you could actually meet the autism and see them do what they do is amazing right. It was so cold. I was there for like three hours just watching. It was awesome and the fact that you asked about materials in they told you help you and your processes amazing yet. Definitely we now by glue. It's an italian glue and it's awesome stuff but it does mean that we have to teach everything because solving bicyclers superstrong. It's what they use ensures where you don't need stitching to have strong as okay but with bags like when you see an acne bag that doesn't have the top line stitching and everything's bundled that's sullivan glue. Water-based glue you need stitch delays together. Because over time it will come

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"attila" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"attila" Discussed on KCRW

"The four hundreds more conservative than Attila the Hun Kelly left lower ranked the most conservative senator in America. I'm Kelly Leffler. I approve this message. That ad is also where left their lost Matthew Munich. Another pretty Warnock voter who works in finance in Atlanta, Munich says We're not felt like a more relatable candidate even though he'd originally planned to support Leffler, and she just went so far to the right that it was unrecognizable toe. Who she was. Maybe even a year ago, Leffler was forced to campaign like that, says Martha Zoller, a conservative talk show host from Gainesville. That's because of an early challenge from Republican congressman Doug Collins. She had to go much farther right than I think. She probably would have gone had he not been in the race Scholar says. These split ticket voters are important for Republicans to keep in mind. Now that Georgia is a swing state. You gotta get your base out. No doubt about it. But you've got to understand that basically 50 50. Whilst ours is a consultant who grew up in Kennesaw and normally splits his ticket. He said he knew he would be proud, having war not represent him in the Senate, and he understood war knocks vision. But not left Lear's without trump. No indication in a post president Trump world what kind of representative she would be. We had two years of senator produced before President Trump. You know, I knew what that was. I knew what that look like Cody Lester done works in marketing and Marietta. She ultimately supported both Democrats. But she didn't consider voting for Purdue because she wasn't excited about Jon Ossoff's candidacy. She understands why people would split their ticket. All politics are local. And where you going to that little booth and you tapping those names. You just want decent people. You just want decent people that and times that you need to have the courage. To stand up for what's right. Georgia hasn't elected a Democratic senator since 2000 now it will have to for NPR news. I'm Emma hurt in Atlanta. Hole is missing A very big hole. Ah, black Hole to be precise, more massive than a billion Suns You see, nearly every large galaxy appears to harbor a supermassive black hole at its center. The when astronomers trained telescopes on one galaxy some three billion light years away, called Able to 261 BCG. Astronomer Chi Han will Tech in of the University of Michigan says they Found a puzzle. We saw that there used to be a black hole 50 million years ago, but there was no evidence for a black hole being there currently, where did it go? Well in a paper published on January 1st in the Astrophysical Journal. He says the black hole could have been flung out of its galaxy by some ancient collision with another black hole. But so far they haven't found the galactic wreckage to prove it. Yale University astronomer professor Pria not a. Rajan has another hunch, she says. The black hole could still be there. It's just hiding from our X ray telescopes. Most black holes are in one of two states there either fasting or feasting when they're feasting. It means they're actively growing. Their gas is being gobbled in and you would see the gas on its way in in the X rays. But if the black hole is fasting, like the one in our galaxy, the Milky Way, she says, it would be tough to see with our current instruments. Ultimately, we need evidence right so we can speculate all we want, but this is very tantalizing. For now, the galaxy will remain a mystery mystery is always fun for a scientist. Meanwhile, if you have any information as to the whereabouts.

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"attila" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"attila" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"That members of his party are trying to keep under wraps, he said, And I quote yesterday election workers, not voters, not voters. But election workers were responsible for saving democracy This November flame of democracy was lit in this nation a long time ago. We now know nothing, not even a pandemic or an abuse of power can extinguish that flame. And as the people kept in the flame, so, too, did courageous state and local officials and elect you workers. American democracy works because American makes it work at a local level. And how exactly did that working riddle me? This if in election worker truly believes That they're saving democracy and the fate of America depends upon Donald Trump losing because, Remember, Trump is literally Hitler. Literally Hitler. He's like a weird Mussolini. Mutant. Hitler. Stalin Mao. Every bad guy, Attila the Hun, Vlad the Impaler. Every bad guy from history rolled into one times five is Donald Trump. If they really believe that you don't think they would bend or even break the rules to give Trump's opponent just a tiny advantage. After all, it was Biden himself, who said this rather accidentally in a situation where we had put together And you guys did did it for our news, the President Obama's administration before this we have put together I think the most Extensive and inclusive voter fraud. Organization in the history of American politics. Whoa, Joe Joe. Somebody get Joe his meds. He's talking honestly again. I'm gonna kick him down the stairs, please. Ladies and gentlemen, your latest job like.

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Sam Canders Discusses The Maine Center for Classic Aviation

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

05:47 min | 1 year ago

Sam Canders Discusses The Maine Center for Classic Aviation

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

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"attila" Discussed on Vamily Show

Vamily Show

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"attila" Discussed on Vamily Show

"Nope. nope. They fourteen guess he warned me down it's like stop acting like low pump and being show. I do it I. do it I said I'd do it. I was like Oh God I mean I committed I was trying to talk myself tell myself how much I couldn't do it. and. Then all of a sudden something hit me I was like you know trying to talk yourself out of and talk yourself into it. You can do it now started changing my negative self talk in positive self talk, and that's why I tell people whenever those negative voices and negative demons negative thoughts into your brain shut it down. You had a power to shut it down. That's what I had to do. Even at the young age I shut it down I start telling myself while I knew I could and I knew I start getting into mirror started practicing and I said you know what? I'm not rewriting other people's wraps no mama right my own rep and that was the first time. I. Started writing my own versus and I started believing in me and you know and got up in the talent show was this a tryouts there was twenty people out there seemed like twenty thousand though. And I got up there put my beat on I said a deep breath Communist Attila, you'll know call me and all my little skinny voice what on my. y'All Sixteen fifteen sixteen but let me tell you it was liberating my line that day. Something, just oh, man that euphoria feeling it was is like everything was different outta shyness went away out of confidence came personality erupted all of a sudden people starting on who are were was a stopgap getting bullied Y- pop. Right and the song one nuisance hip hop saved my life. You know that's how I look at it stopped getting bullied I start having confidence you know it it changed me and that's why tell people positive releases know what your Go-to is when you in that moment where you feel like quitting, feel like giving up when you feel down and out figure out what.

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"attila" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"attila" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"In three years will make an adjustment to your income right but in the meantime let's look at his game plan because we know markets often get out of whack in the short term and I think if I can look at an adult and say Hey specially retiree you know over the next three years you may have to make an adjustment I think most of us are okay with that what people aren't okay with is adjusting every six months right the oldest market went up I can spend more the mark went down oh no you know not cancelling vacation makes no sense to me and so we have to have that systematic way of going in the third thing and is to recognize that we do different things with money at different stages of our financial career when we're talking about retirement you're going from preservation where it's the only time that average return matters but you have to be there beginning middle and end to get average right now we're going to distribution where you truly are pulling money out right and your two goals during distribution or control of Attila the number one and number two to the the tax rate you pay on the average dollar that you pull out that is our plan of how we're able to take care of this volatility I don't care if the markets at a peak today when you retire sherry I don't care if it's an all time low with our process I feel comfortable in saying here's the amount of money that you can spend comfortably and not have to worry about what's going on and we worked hard to develop that process over the last twenty five years it's called your life for a reason I focused on distribution it matters and and we're ready to talk to people about it take a break and be right back I am Kimberly Williams Paisley but my mother was diagnosed with dementia we didn't know where to turn for my family the decision to move her into long term care from the start I wish we'd.

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"attila" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

10:08 min | 2 years ago

"attila" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Has permitted me to read widely and what I chose to read was the decline and exit of the western Roman Empire between about four hundred eighty and four fifty eight dominated of course by Attila the hun the Hungarian plains and the vandals who over run most of what is now France into Spain into North Africa but the reason John's been reading here's because disintegration has lessons to learn if we are in the civil war we are witnessing disintegration or a polite way of saying we're involving the something else no longer the pax americana of the twentieth century Michael very good evening to you you have been observing what phenomenon happen if this is the disintegration if this is an evolving into a Leicester empire or the western Roman Empire after Rome falls out and is sacked after of then it is not satisfactory after everybody moves to Constantinople that would be about four fifty to five hundred a day if we are going through a similar evolution that's the polite word what should we look for good evening to you Michael good evening John that is the key overarching transformation that we've been experiencing is going from one nation to to and so in the east talking about the surface activity like a civil war or violence or conflict of any kind is merely an indicator of the deeper shift going on in the shift here is from one American nations to and and this is revealed by deeper things in terms of how we think and act and they're everywhere the sign posts are everywhere in the first is that there is no more fact as Moynihan once said a man is entitled to his opinion not to his own facts well that's all dead and buried now because there is no truth and there is no reality and more to the point people have no authoritative source that we all accept as being the basis for some Rocco upon which we can hang out true so people are free to pick and choose what kind of reality they want to believe and that's exactly happening is certainly happening in terms of the current up pandemic but it's it's happening across the board every act of public policy and it really it speaks to this this existential division the second is the creation or rather the transformation of of fellow citizens from being Kim you know Americans together no matter how much we disagree and sometimes even hate each other the fact is that we're all Americans we all believe in democracy well that that isn't true anymore in fact the language we've created to describe each other is is remarkable the all conservatives now are either white supremacists racists fascists homophobes they're not really people anymore and just as the Romans big created the term barbarian not simply as an episode but actually as a simple legal term to describe someone who should not have equal rights and standing as Romans so we are doing that and of course the read it looks at the blue leaks much as French Jacobins of revolutionaries used to call the obdurate aristocrats see double meaning unreconstructed perfectly happy in their globalist view that accumulates power and status but them and incredible disproportionate wealth and income forever and and and this sense that it is the other is completely not us is daily reinforced and went ahead and whipped up by social media which creates a kind of emotional negative reinforcement it's the ultimate bad karma with the trolls and the shaming and and and all of the rest to cancel culture up third it is there is a belief on both sides absolute rock solid conviction that the other RT has been engaged in extra constitutional actions deliberately and with malice in other words they are responsible for this the attempt to subvert the Republican constitution the perception and Michael from the point of view is that the other side abandoned tore up ignored the constitution and right I'm the one to restore it or it has no use which which way we go well it is there is if if each of these parties red and blue has their own moral moral monolithic vision of what is true then it in the context of American religion that is based on American messianism on on some noble mission he laid down by by the almighty itself then then they have in their new sectarian guise a crusading mission to to be down for submission from the other party and ultimately either purchase them or possibly redeem them but mostly just force them into submission are we are we submitting are we forcing them into submission to our constitution to do are we tearing the constitution up I can't tell well you know this is where the development of of get constitutional hermeneutics interpretation has reached such a level where anything in the constitution can be interpreted as its opposite if you so wish certainly that's true of the second amendment which has been interpreted by blue as as being the government's right to confiscate civilian ownership of weapons and that is the opposite of what the language says but this is indicative of the ways in which the holy texts the scripture of of the United States is is being appropriated by by each side and the the fact that each side feels righteous and completely right and true means that just as much as the other party is engaged in extra constitutional subversion then in order to prevent them from succeeding the same kind of extra constitutional campaign is perfectly justified by them now this is the warning for for November is that in contrast to the two thousand election we're we're both sides agreed to you know submit to the will of the Supreme Court and and all allow it to interpose itself and come up with the resolution I do not believe that that willingness any longer exists so that they will be incredible efforts made by both sides to prevent any sort of resolution that does not pay for them the election and the virus which means that no matter the facts on the ground there will be enormous precautions and hesitation and a likely that means that a low voter turnout and that distorts results Michael so what you're describing is not only the presidency itself will be challenged as legitimate but also the Congress and all offices because of the low turnout Michael what we've not talked about is violence so I want to turn to that when we come back because that's what gets everybody's attention I'm not just what's in it for me about are they coming after me with weapons violence very much is an illustration of a civil war the idea of a civil war and we don't know for anyone we're gasping but I want to also talk about violence because our allies our friends and our phones will be watching this here if we're are evolving or devolving into a former empire the way western Rome default is does violence have a place there or are we going to settle in and be good Carthaginians Michael another words were for making money but don't look to us for leadership I'm John Baxter with Michael lighthouse of Johns Hopkins this is the John Batchelor show balance of nature changing the world one life at a time it's been good it's been helpful for me with my memory I had a really bad accident back in the eighties and placed her term memory was compromised and I really notice of huge difference if I don't take it a lot of times I would try to remember the name and the world is that guy's name and now like I don't struggle with it as much actually a simulated brain or something it doesn't really help the name with my memory so I'm very happy about that really helps me a lot so thank you don't wait to see what getting.

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"attila" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"attila" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Perfect phone calls here Attila is in Wisconsin we will be watching Wisconsin in two hundred and fifty two days a minute fifteen it's all yours and tell how are you great charm it's a it's a privilege to be talking to you Hey I one for you you know yeah do you think that Craney crazy Bernie snapper had Sanders gets bought off yet again this time by the Bloomberg number two if the Democratic Party rigs another primary race against him does Saint Bernard Lee the Democrat party and go back to being an independent for good taking with him millions a communist supporters destroying the DMZ and thirdly do you think anyone called Bernie Bernie no mac on his top came campaign staff one busted on project veritas videos because they're going to get ugly they're fighting for their lives Seoul to save there it's amazing that he kept the guys on that was saying all this stuff all the gulags weren't that bad remember that you know that that this is where the mob in the media is just so corrupt we have a deep state that's corrupt we have a mob that's corrupt and they're in unison one extreme radical democratic socialist agenda is what's in play for we the American people I want to say something a Wisconsin dairy farmers are I know how hard you work is it seven days a week and I only wish Mike Bloomberg understood how hard you all work and thank you for the work you do in providing us the milk in the cheese that sustain us every day thank you you are listening to the best of the Sean Hannity show and stay tuned more memorable moments.

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"attila" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"attila" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"For football polls here Attila is in Wisconsin we will be watching Wisconsin in two hundred and fifty two days a minute fifteen it's all yours and tell how are you great charm it's a it's a privilege to be talking to you Hey I and for you you know yeah do you think that Craney crazy Bernice apprehend Sanders gets bought off yet again this time by the Bloomberg number two if the Democratic Party rigs another primary race against him does Saint Bernard Lee the Democrat party and go back to being an independent for good taking with him millions a communist supporters destroying the DMZ and thirdly do you think anyone called Bernie Bernie no mac on his top came campaign staff one busted on on project veritas videos because they're going to get ugly they're fighting for their lives Seoul to save there it's amazing that he kept the guys on that was saying all this stuff all the gulags weren't that bad remember that you know that that this is where the mob in the media is just so corrupt we have a deep state that's corrupt we have a mob that's corrupt and they're in unison one extreme radical democratic socialist agenda is what's in play for we the American people why do I want to say something a Wisconsin dairy farmers are I know how hard you work is it seven days a week and I only wish Mike Bloomberg understood how hard you all work in thank you for the work you do in providing us the milk in the cheese that sustain us every day thank you and now here's a look at traffic in the Twin Cities on the westbound side of six ninety four crash at highway one twenty off to the right swelling of southbound thirty five W. at Portland and on the northbound side of one sixty nine delays at highway seven.

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Could There Be a Fifth Fundamental Force?

BrainStuff

06:38 min | 2 years ago

Could There Be a Fifth Fundamental Force?

"The four fundamental forces are the most important quartet in science so far is anyone's been able to prove the universe is governed by these forces forces gravity electromagnetism the strong force and the weak force. But maybe this foursome isn't alone in two thousand fifteen. A Hungarian and team led by physicist Attila. Credit Hawkeye reportedly discovered new evidence for a fifth fundamental force. Something previously unknown to science. The the group uploaded another paper about the subject to archive a research database in October of two thousand nineteen while many scientists are skeptical about these findings. The research search does give us an occasion to talk about the major forces that we all take for granted the Fab four fundamental forces are irreducible meaning. They can't be broken down into other more basic forces. These are the core phenomena behind every other known type of physical interaction. For example friction tension and elasticity busy are all derived from electromagnetism. And what's that you ask. ELECTROMAGNETISM is a force that affects all positively and negatively charged particles articles those with opposite charges attract while ones carrying like charges. Repel each other. Not only does this principle. Keep magnets on your fridge. But it's also the reason why solid solid objects are able to retain their shapes compared with electromagnetism. Gravity is rather weak surprisingly enough. It's actually the weakest of the four fundamentals including including the so-called weak force. We'll get to that one in a bit. A gravity is the attraction of any two objects in the universe to another moons. Dust motes coyotes. Whatever ever everything exerts gravity on every other thing but at least one of the things in question has to be pretty massive in order for it to make much of a difference? That's why we you don't have dust mites orbiting our heads like asteroids and why we don't fall into orbit of coyotes when we encounter them but let's turn to the appropriately named strong force course. This is what hold Tomic nucleus together. Even in spite of their charged protons which are constantly trying to escape and last but not least. There's the Weak Force Aka. The weak interaction. This one is the hardest to explain and honestly I'm not an expert here but it's the force by which which subatomic particles can transform by decaying into different particles by losing boasts on which disintegrates into positron and or neutrinos this week force force fuel certain kinds of radioactive decay which means it's responsible for everything from medical imaging to the radiometric dating that researchers use to determine the ages of fossils thousand artifacts to the nuclear fission that occurs in the sun. So kind of a big deal. Scientists have a theory that nicely describes three of those forces known these standard model of physics. It's made up of various measurements and mathematical formulas. It also breaks down. Elementary particles into categories is an subcategories. We spoke by email with mit physicist. Richard Milner he explained. The Standard Model of physics is the present framework for describing describing the subatomic world at all energies. It was developed post World War to end. I count at Least Eighteen Nobel prizes in physics since nineteen fifty that have been awarded for contributions tribulations to its development alike all good theories. The Standard Model has accurately predicted numerous scientific breakthroughs including the discovery of the elusive higgs. Boson particle back in two thousand twelve yet. It doesn't answer every question. The Standard Model offers no explanation for gravity and it hasn't brought scientists any closer to understanding dark matter a mysterious ingredient that makes up about twenty seven percent of our universe. Here's where crossing a Hawkeye and company. Come in during a twenty fifteen experiment at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences Institute for Nuclear Research They watched excited brilliant eight atoms decay inside a particle Michael Accelerator normally this process releases light which is later converted into electrons and positron are a type of Subatomic particle with a positive charge. And sure enough. That's what happened but then things got interesting. Normally brilliant eight decays predictable fashion yet. A weirdly Lee high number of these electrons and positron repelled each other at a one hundred and forty degree angle to explain the surplus crasner. Hawkeye's team argued that a never before seen particle had been formed as the atoms decayed by their calculations this theoretical subatomic body would have a massive around seventeen million electron-volts on volts. They went ahead and named the x seventeen particle and now ex seventeen is again making the news. Recently the same Hungarian Carrion scientists detected an anomaly indicates samples of helium four according to their archive paper. An unforeseen surplus of positron and electrons were released. Possibly because another seventeen particle was created. If this mystery particle exists. It might be something very special. Maybe just maybe it's a newfound carrier boasts on both sides are spinning particles that probably lack internal structure their known to carry forces making them an integral part of the standard model under the standard model. Milner Explains Forces take place by exchange of the carrier Bussan's between other subatomic particles articles. It's said each of the four fundamental forces has its own corresponding boasts on the one that transports gravity hasn't been found yet but the carrier bones associated it was strong force. Weak force electromagnetism are well documented. Presumably at seventeen would be the Kargbo sound for a fifth fundamental force that we never knew existed listed and perhaps said force is somehow related to dark matter but or getting ahead of ourselves. There's no hard proof that x seventeen exists. It's in the first place. The European Organization for Nuclear Research better known as sern has yet to find any trace of the particle and the new archive paper is still awaiting peer review and replication from other scientists milner and his colleagues have devised a proposal to try to generate seventeen particles in a scattering experiment at the Thomas. Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility in Newport News Virginia at present the standard model does account for any new fundamental forces. So if the x seventeen and the fifth force that allegedly carries a real we'll have to modify the good old standard model at any rate. It's clear the Potomac world is still rife with

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Could There Be a Fifth Fundamental Force?

BrainStuff

06:38 min | 2 years ago

Could There Be a Fifth Fundamental Force?

"The four fundamental forces are the most important quartet in science so far is anyone's been able to prove the universe is governed by these forces forces gravity electromagnetism the strong force and the weak force. But maybe this foursome isn't alone in two thousand fifteen. A Hungarian and team led by physicist Attila. Credit Hawkeye reportedly discovered new evidence for a fifth fundamental force. Something previously unknown to science. The the group uploaded another paper about the subject to archive a research database in October of two thousand nineteen while many scientists are skeptical about these findings. The research search does give us an occasion to talk about the major forces that we all take for granted the Fab four fundamental forces are irreducible meaning. They can't be broken down into other more basic forces. These are the core phenomena behind every other known type of physical interaction. For example friction tension and elasticity busy are all derived from electromagnetism. And what's that you ask. ELECTROMAGNETISM is a force that affects all positively and negatively charged particles articles those with opposite charges attract while ones carrying like charges. Repel each other. Not only does this principle. Keep magnets on your fridge. But it's also the reason why solid solid objects are able to retain their shapes compared with electromagnetism. Gravity is rather weak surprisingly enough. It's actually the weakest of the four fundamentals including including the so-called weak force. We'll get to that one in a bit. A gravity is the attraction of any two objects in the universe to another moons. Dust motes coyotes. Whatever ever everything exerts gravity on every other thing but at least one of the things in question has to be pretty massive in order for it to make much of a difference? That's why we you don't have dust mites orbiting our heads like asteroids and why we don't fall into orbit of coyotes when we encounter them but let's turn to the appropriately named strong force course. This is what hold Tomic nucleus together. Even in spite of their charged protons which are constantly trying to escape and last but not least. There's the Weak Force Aka. The weak interaction. This one is the hardest to explain and honestly I'm not an expert here but it's the force by which which subatomic particles can transform by decaying into different particles by losing boasts on which disintegrates into positron and or neutrinos this week force force fuel certain kinds of radioactive decay which means it's responsible for everything from medical imaging to the radiometric dating that researchers use to determine the ages of fossils thousand artifacts to the nuclear fission that occurs in the sun. So kind of a big deal. Scientists have a theory that nicely describes three of those forces known these standard model of physics. It's made up of various measurements and mathematical formulas. It also breaks down. Elementary particles into categories is an subcategories. We spoke by email with mit physicist. Richard Milner he explained. The Standard Model of physics is the present framework for describing describing the subatomic world at all energies. It was developed post World War to end. I count at Least Eighteen Nobel prizes in physics since nineteen fifty that have been awarded for contributions tribulations to its development alike all good theories. The Standard Model has accurately predicted numerous scientific breakthroughs including the discovery of the elusive higgs. Boson particle back in two thousand twelve yet. It doesn't answer every question. The Standard Model offers no explanation for gravity and it hasn't brought scientists any closer to understanding dark matter a mysterious ingredient that makes up about twenty seven percent of our universe. Here's where crossing a Hawkeye and company. Come in during a twenty fifteen experiment at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences Institute for Nuclear Research They watched excited brilliant eight atoms decay inside a particle Michael Accelerator normally this process releases light which is later converted into electrons and positron are a type of Subatomic particle with a positive charge. And sure enough. That's what happened but then things got interesting. Normally brilliant eight decays predictable fashion yet. A weirdly Lee high number of these electrons and positron repelled each other at a one hundred and forty degree angle to explain the surplus crasner. Hawkeye's team argued that a never before seen particle had been formed as the atoms decayed by their calculations this theoretical subatomic body would have a massive around seventeen million electron-volts on volts. They went ahead and named the x seventeen particle and now ex seventeen is again making the news. Recently the same Hungarian Carrion scientists detected an anomaly indicates samples of helium four according to their archive paper. An unforeseen surplus of positron and electrons were released. Possibly because another seventeen particle was created. If this mystery particle exists. It might be something very special. Maybe just maybe it's a newfound carrier boasts on both sides are spinning particles that probably lack internal structure their known to carry forces making them an integral part of the standard model under the standard model. Milner Explains Forces take place by exchange of the carrier Bussan's between other subatomic particles articles. It's said each of the four fundamental forces has its own corresponding boasts on the one that transports gravity hasn't been found yet but the carrier bones associated it was strong force. Weak force electromagnetism are well documented. Presumably at seventeen would be the Kargbo sound for a fifth fundamental force that we never knew existed listed and perhaps said force is somehow related to dark matter but or getting ahead of ourselves. There's no hard proof that x seventeen exists. It's in the first place. The European Organization for Nuclear Research better known as sern has yet to find any trace of the particle and the new archive paper is still awaiting peer review and replication from other scientists milner and his colleagues have devised a proposal to try to generate seventeen particles in a scattering experiment at the Thomas. Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility in Newport News Virginia at present the standard model does account for any new fundamental forces. So if the x seventeen and the fifth force that allegedly carries a real we'll have to modify the good old standard model at any rate. It's clear the Potomac world is still rife with

"attila" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"attila" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Sacramento yesterday to protest the latest military actions in the Middle East organizer Dennis Attila's organize the event we are a why are members of Congress and our elected officials sad to know that we do not support going to war with Iran and we want them to hold this administration accountable by not author AZ in any military force as well as not authorizing any funding for a war there were hundreds of similar protests across the country well they are still reeling at the royal palace today in the U. K. from the news that Harian Meghan played live part time in North America and become financially independent our featured audio clip this hour is actually to audio clips the first is from Meghan where she once described what life has been like for her as a member of the royal family got a thriving gotta feel happy and I think I really tried to adopt this sensibility of a stiff upper lip we really sense did right there in that interview that she was already struggling early on well and you have two different to different signs to that some people are like please you're like in the royal family now a life of luxury and you know somewhat ease other than the charitable events that you're required to do is part of your duty and on the other side there's that we know what princess Diana was going through now right which wasn't easy for her exactly okay now here's a woman who says she knows exactly what Megan is going through this is Julia Montel you she's from Illinois she married into British aristocracy and she told CBS news she is not surprised by this move by Harian Megan no I think that the biggest misconception that I think people think it is Megan went into this knowing what she was getting into I don't think anybody knows what they're getting into until they're in it look your life is under a microscope well and you are forced to deal with you know hundreds of years of protocol and that you only learn about once you're into it deep so the post it note New York Post is reporting this morning that they leaked this early because the sun which is a U. K. publication apparently was getting we're getting wind that this is happening and was going to go with the story SO hairy and and Megan went with it Oprah apparently is somehow in the mix now maybe kind of sat down and convinced both hairy and Megan that they that she could they could both do well enough in North America right angel yes and and take their browned with them is interesting though a lot of people in the it was in the sun article are criticizing them both saying look you didn't renounce your royal ties which means you're still getting the money you're still going to get that get the money from the taxpayers that that support you as Royals if you really want to cut ties you need to renounce your your you know claim to any royal titles and be done with it speaking of money I think their budget and it was like six million phone at little bit that's locked out of it here the top national stories a news ninety three point one K..

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Stock Market Rally Extends Gains

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

02:32 min | 2 years ago

Stock Market Rally Extends Gains

"As so he's really what about the markets this morning yes you everybody that we saw it will street overnight I mean is it the reason that is going to loss was it simply relief that the trade war isn't as bad as we might have expected what is powering of these values would come close to the end of earning season well it looks very much as if everything is driving it is simply looking at the signals of the coming from Washington and Beijing and we've heard from she's in pain speaking in Shanghai didn't mention the US specifically but he was certainly saying we're open to the global trading order and at the same time Donald trump's and yes yes China desperately wants to do so I mean all the indications that putting out there although this phase one thing is definitely going to even that that are looking for a place somewhere in the US to actually sign me up indeed that Sir let says take you to the Asian equity markets right now the embassy Asia Pacific up eight tenths of one percent the topics a jumping one point six of indicated you five up by one point seven percent I'm not quite such large gains in China but still significant guys a C. S. I. three hundred up a six tenths of one percent also the Dow Jones at yesterday climb to an all time high of beating the record that we saw in July the S. and P. five hundred and the nasdaq will say hit fresh record highs S. and P. five hundred of course went through three record highs just lost week having said that global that she's not pushing into overbooked hurt you in the M. S. C. I. A. merging markets the index the topics on the nifty fifty HSBC for example say that they'll tactically on the weights global actually say that it's time to sell risk assets the various views own what to the market rally means it turns over bond markets this morning and U. S. yields at one point eight percent so getting three basis points this morning Chinese use it three spot to five percent down four basis points PSE intervening with that costing the cost of one year funding at two banks the first time since twenty sixteen so basically that's kind of a measure that helps to alleviate concerns about tightening liquidity in China so that's what that movies what about us for the dollar fairly flat slightly weaker this morning the show you one is seven zero one so so gay three tenths of one percent the LBA stood pop busy no change that the Aussie dollar clientele not we're up three tenths of one sets what sixty nine for the old Z. Attila and gold is down three tenths of one percent even I've always see we have been say seeing the best season strides ten but we just slightly softer this morning as well prices gave around two tenths of one percent of break food this morning

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The Lowest Limit

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

10:32 min | 2 years ago

The Lowest Limit

"Hello my favorite murder it's a podcast you like remember that's carrying Kilkare oh that's short of heart from last week you remember it was I believe Thursday of last week were you less checked him and the past hundred thousand Thursdays before though been through so many Thursdays together as it's like we're thirsty thirsty Thursday everybody has everyone's favorite day are you what's going on has your coffee gets tough gross gross sorry sorry sorry Canadians I forgot that people like my sister who have miss a phony a- believe it's pronounced can't have you just drinking coffee into the Mike as a joke okay because they don't like sounds we just got so many hang-ups Yup come back and back I'm sorry a she'll never drink again she's going to die of thirst so will for oh you listener yeah what's up with you you know I see your sparkling nail Polish night it is really nice because I wanted to TV yesterday but feel guilty just doing nothing or watch TV so either paint my nails are so some Shit Oh yeah would even sell in all so like a vintage dress that has a rip on the side just men I'll mend little women style yeah or I'll paint my nails in so that's why I have sparkling nails today I'm calling you Joe why oh one of the sisters I wish you wouldn't know it isn't the best nickname video while my dad's in town that's right as you well know because I am armed Jim out two minutes trank God for Vince a role because I couldn't I was like I'm GonNa have to dad come to the studio while we record for two hours and we're going to be in a little room yelling fuck and my dad's GonNa be sitting outside with his arms crossed and he'll be like no in here it's fine but he can't like sit his hip is hired or either that or try to wrangle him into an Uber by himself never right couldn't do it yet could do it my my sister had taken uber to a firemen's lunch recently she's like do not drive to environments launch where all you do is drink but we were both so worried we're like what if it's a really low car he can't get into an out of a low carb says he is GonNa get into a stranger's car now he's going to need to see his ID he's I don't mind dad drives a newborn I don't even think he can you know how to order and get into take a ride from hoover car is like if it was if he calls one he won't get it I was actually just telling him how proud I am that he is the kind of person that at least tries to operate in the modern world yeah because I said and he said this to me because we of course we immediately start talking about politics and the way things are because it makes me very happy that my dad is not a Republican arrive at you I wish you would keep I have hope so but I said part of it must be the intense fear people who grew up without computers Alton it's younger people can't imagine it but like my parents people baby boomers knows people at that age it's not just liberals they want US use the word Burlson say that's the enemy or that's he's ruined everything what they're really scared of his technology because they don't understand it and they don't interact with it that much and when they don't do yeah they yeah when they do it's like everyone's coming to get your thing lock your door Indiana this flag what their media that what the earn too for trump laura is and so it's just like I'm like that it's just the idea that you have that iphone yeah access and you try to do things is like the whole spirit of all of it is just like get in there a little bit look your old but you're still doing shit that's all we're saying just live in the fucking real world basically one of the golden girls just on click off like you told your children's so many years before turnoff that TV Saturday getaway from the pipeline that says you're you should be in fear of the other person but don't go overboard like Mardi and like go full fledged into Instagram I was sixteen I got on the Internet and was in chat rooms and Shit I would've fucking broken my neck had known that I was just talking to strangers whoever a just take all comers now he's doing yeah 'cause now he's sixteen the Internet six year olds sixteen all the emojis he said Oh my God his number one Emoji from Martin which is number one over can I call Marty he'll do a lot of cars like I'm headed over car or like I'm headed over to your car in a car to your house Emoji your thumbs up that's good yeah once I don't use I feel like feeling the Emoji use I told you this when my sister I started using Emoji it made me laugh so hard 'cause is the opposite of her purse yeah yeah it's like this Super Cutesy so she'd be like a he'd be like call me dummy and then if he like a puppy rainbow laughing Ryan random one yes you're just a straight six of tax me sometimes as you really cute like Elvis drying on the international send it to me I know look very sweet she is going to be happy you know what it is she's a she is a lurker of our whole situation she's enjoys it but she isn't going to enjoy it to our faces right that's not how she does and now but I think she can be a little sweeter to me in that way because yes we don't have just decades his bad history huge scar long ugly scars Yeah Right speaking of rollout teach me we'll try it with my sister sometime and then we'll talk lead I have great conversational and I see her I like her yeah she's her personality is more like yours and mine actually yeah that's weird okay but gee switch there's a new MFM animation that's out by Nick Terry Yoga how did this one is simple one of the cello it is the cutest it's so cute unaddressed Moth Man the Mothman is the best one to date I think it's so good Lid and those sunglasses are so hilarious I I have the sunglasses I have a bat costume plan for Halloween yes girl check my instagram it's is going up girl I'm not no more let's say no more but it makes me so happy that like as a kid playing cello the humiliation I went through for it like paid off he has four reasons that this sand girl played Jello it's all we are scooping up all the childhood traumas and processing them and allowing our listeners to process for a try it's a real nice favorite holidays you guys are helping your helpers look for yourself so when he made you so tiny next to that out me so good okay Nick Terry thank you so much yeah you really enhanced the podcast yes it's so exciting yeah to come upon those and also to be able to show people like Got To show my friend who is from Wisconsin and the dairy queen cheese wheel yeah raid why that is so hilarious I can't even explain gene now it's hilarious and I would never play dream yes it's insanity and none of it I don't think either of us would play the podcast where people will be like health love be funny it's almost like look this is only mean when we say after he came into our brains and I was like I got you don't even have to worry about it or talented thanks to the other one that I loved was really simple it looked like a children's book and it was that Blue Oh my God in Ctober is a thing and I think the word of the week is treasure sky's very talented out there speaking of not speaking of you know by now my favorite weekend November first and second in Santa Barbara the packages sold out but they're single tickets to the show so you don't even have to come see us you can go see murder squatter the podcast pick the show you want and go see it or can we announced that we're doing a live show with Attila right our special guests sure I mean we are doing now it's basically the conversation with yeah it's and we're going to make him talk about how he made billy balls and apparently there's going to be some pictures never before seen content from the show that Georgia was so obsessed with eligibility you guys haven't listened to it yet on the podcast platforms yes get out there and listen is a really beautifully well done it true crime but also almost like family deep die at such a good podcast is isn't huge fans of his we're GonNa this hopefully is the first of many collapsed we do with him yeah so go to my favorite weakened dot com to get tickets if you're an LA drive up if you're in sandwiches down yes okay get it wrong I always drive up earlier in Reno Dr Ross yes oh where you are and which way it is we don't have to tell you you have to tell you how to get to Santa Barbara maybe the wrong direction we're not the people and of course we have the fan called in were doing special the video every week on fan cult Friday or has some weird talking head of all of us videos yup someone doing something Karen is about to read to my moon your moon card okay yes I keep on calling com Luna cards that I realized that's because of Luna bars right they're not

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"attila" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"attila" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"With the cap on. hot summer day in Wall buttons Mauldin center where is the sheen and I thought the same way about you by ed Markey at what point do you say you know why I'd rather go out as the person I've been then conform to these not just to stay in power and that's what they're doing who did a see bummed out again was the guy's name Joe Crowley I I I I have a high opinion of Joe Crowley now because he got bumped out he was a dope you didn't campaign enough if even if it just campaign the little heart army they there was a twelve percent turnout that knocked him out of the out of Congress he was number four guy in the house leadership but don't you think he's probably watching watching this interesting in on stuff good luck guys good luck you voted me out in this way again and now I mean this is you know what's going to be the thing is I think some of these guys think of this is the first line and their obituary Joe Crowley who spent twenty years are wow belong in Congress before he was voted before was voted out beaten by. a brain dead net what name they say let's could be that's the lead of his but I mean I just cannot believe that everyone is kowtowing to Alexander because you Cortez in the hopes that either she's going to endorse them or rate of they're so afraid of our it's so pathetic because she just doesn't know anything that at the any of the issues that they stood for she doesn't know anything about them they're like oh we over to partner up with her for the green new deal and marquis I mean good luck man I kind of am rooting for Jo Jo Jo at this point my office remarks as Joe Biden isn't going to come out in favor of giving all young kids a subscription to the Columbia record and tape club you don't even know what that means data I really did feel bad. the east of ads and TV guide you know you got three you got three you got three albums or tapes for ten cents and then you have to subscribe for a year get one record every month but you know it's funny how is that now we're saying we feel bad for him to remember how rude he was went when he was on top and he was debating Paul Ryan he can be a real jerk when he wants to base it only for you guys you feel bad for us this female secret service agents use this when they can run up on our. well Attila the in the market is a fact isn't so clear is what the ups and downs of the market can doing your retirement portfolio..

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"attila" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"attila" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Attila the Bloomberg markets. Weekday mornings at ten eastern on Bloomberg radio, the Bloomberg business app and bloombergradio dot com. Bloomberg the world is listening. This is Lisa Stewart, director of the eisneramper center for family business excellence. So you built a great business. Congratulations. Now, do you worry about what you're gonna do with the business someday? At the eisneramper center for family business excellence, we help family owned and closely held businesses manage some of the most important business decisions you will ever face. You are unique but not alone. And eisneramper is ready to help. Learn more at eisneramper dot com slash family. That's is ner anchor dot com slash. Hi. I'm Lisa league nine years ago. I made the decision to focus on real food. One of those choices was to avoid genetically modified foods. That's why I'm so excited. That grassland now offers a non GMO project. They're better grasp better comes from cows. Eat only natural feed from. See to cow to milk to package. Their non GMO better is a healthy choice as a mom. I care about the food. We choose to put in our bodies, shoes better. This is a world where you can buy anything ship anything meet anyone anywhere twenty four hours a day in the old days. It was simple that should go for your business news to what stands out for you in terms of the headlines here. What odds do you give shared European budget in the next decade? You explain what Exxon did wrong and what Chevron did right? Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app, and bloombergradio dot com. Blooberg the world is listening. Time is running out frigging. Penguin colonies have emptied in the last five years as a breeding populations have gone from two million.

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"attila" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"attila" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"So they get a triple. I guess a triple leveled or triple shelled coffin. I it's encased in gold. That's the show everybody that he was a baller. No, literally that he was wealthy in glorious ways that the is that at the core. So between him there's nothing between him and the gold, essentially. Right. Okay. Right. And then over the gold silver to show that he's down with the moon in the river less. Good that he shares kinship with them. Right. And then finally iron to show that he was most importantly, most outwardly a tough tough, dude. Nice. So they put some thought into it. But with a heart of gold with a heart of gold, quite so just so and this this is strange because here's where the story takes a turn. Myth and fact, get very difficult to differentiate from this point on. Yeah. It's true. Hon engineers, they had those time are said to have diverted the tesol river long enough to dry up the main riverbed where Attila was entombed in this magnificant sarcophagus. So then the the the waters were released and they flooded back over the gravesite. And this is this is the thing we've heard about actually I think this was the case with the burial of Jenga's con as well. It's the folks that bore his casket sarcophagus to that site. We're then murdered unequivocally. And it's possible. They may have even known that that was going to happen that they were like down with that just for the absolute privilege and honor of being able to carry their their glorious leader to his final resting place at least their immediate family might know. Maybe or it's. Probably secret, right? Yeah. Maybe they weren't told. But they had to knew something was up, right? This our coffee has stood out. And appreciate you pointing out the similarities with Django Gascon because there's also that river legend about the con-. Right. So maybe these stories got combined over time. But those I mean, I love that idea that somewhere at the bottom of a river. That's where Attila the hun rests. It also points to a possible cultural ran central commonality between the the Hon community and the Mongol community some sort, you know, at least in this funereal practice. So. Yeah. As you said no details ever emerged where exactly is he buried. We all know we've heard that. He's at the bottom of this river right sleeping with the fishes sleeping under the fish is technically. Yeah. Because the heavy cough. It would have sank and quite possibly with untold. Treasures, right. Yeah. It does make you want to somehow find a way to travel the river and just like with a metal detector something. Heck, yeah. I love uncharted, man. Untold treasures, but let's speculate you think there was some like nice neck pieces in there some chain weapon. Lakers lucky not lucky, but you know, whatever's prized sword Moore learner or something yet probably varied in full armor, Julius pipe possibly and crusted. I love it. When things are incrusted. Maybe maybe worked bone carved bone a gum stone things like that. Yeah. Maybe a bed bath and beyond card. No, not good enough. Hugh. Can you imagine how much money Attila the hun or Jacob's Kahn or somebody would have on a bed bath and beyond card? I don't think they paid for things. True. I think they would just ride the horse in and go reading. Yeah. Well, but who knows maybe they had a coupon that which age it, maybe if they said well twenty percent off it's virtually free. Anyway, that's how we fix the world and stop everybody from hurting each other being so mad who pun filled bed bath and beyond and just give everybody gift cards, man..

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How Market Volatility Plays Into The Fear Index

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:53 min | 3 years ago

How Market Volatility Plays Into The Fear Index

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Comcast business having the nation's largest gig speed network was just the start. Now, they're providing gig fueled apps and solutions that exceed expectations and help businesses perform Comcast business beyond fast. The end of two thousand eighteen was a time for anxiety. If you own stocks, the market plunged only to soar days later, and then slip again. But there might be less cause for concern that it seems here's Stacey Vanik Smith and Patty Hirsch from NPR's planet money indicator podcast market volatility is measured with something called the Chicago Board of options exchange volatility index or the vix the vix also known as the fear index. It's much better name, but a little terrifying. The reason it's called the fear index is because when investors are afraid they contend to start acting radically like buy-sell, wait. No by and volatility light. We've been seeing recently. Can be really stressful unless you're Georgetown, economists Jim angel. I kind of enjoy the volatility. Really? Yeah. I mean because this is the stuff I study, right? I'm a nerd Jim says this full Attila the is happening because there's just a lot of uncertainty right now. Like this a lot of big important stuff. Feels like it's up in the air, both politically and economically. What's going to happen with the government shutdown? What's going to happen with trade Warners and terrorists, and many people think that a recession is coming just know how land or how deep so says, Jim there are reasons to be super worried, but one of the things that he told me is that volatility is actually normal and healthy in the stock market. Jim says the extra volatility that we're seeing right now worries him a lot less than what happened to the fear index in twenty seventeen twenty seventeen was actually one of the least volatile years for the stock market ever Stokes, assisted the slow steady March up and up and up and up when the markets are. Q complacent and everything looks really good. That's when you should be worried so Patty to sum up, the first reason to be optimistic, according to Jim angel in spite of all this volatility is that a certain amount of volatility is healthy. The second reason to be optimistic Cording to Jim is that when people are scared and stock prices full, those Stokes get cheaper. It mean, I'm going to get better prices when I buy stocks at the end of the month is part of my normal retirement plan. So if you are saving money for retirement through work in a four one K plan or a four three b Jim says, a volatile market can be good news, depending on who you are a fall in the stock market is great news for young people. The fact that stock prices have come down means that when they take this month's paycheck and buy some stocks with it. I get more shares than I got last month. But this brings us to the bad news. If you're close to retirement a falling stock market or a really volatile stock market is really hard to deal with because you don't know if you should pull your money out or keep it in or move it into safe. Territory we call that period when people are in their fifties and sixties the retirement red zone the red zone. Yes. And Jim says, you know, if you're in the red zone what you have to try to figure out right now when the markets are really volatile is this is a temporary blip. Or if this is signaling a coming drop in the stock market. Of course, knowing that is not possible. So you just have to guess, I'm not a very good soup Sayer or astrologer. So I would say consulting people who swatter the pigeons and look at the entrails for a better forecast and don't buy stocks during mercury retrograde. And that is the point right? When people don't know they get scared, and then a stock market kind of wigs out and jumps around. Just like it's doing right now. Could be a long year. Stacey smith. Probably Hirsch NPR news.

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"attila" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"attila" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"And if they didn't if they didn't care about them, they wouldn't be they wouldn't have spent so much time trying to persuade the incoming Trump administration to remove these sanctions, right? Sanctions are not punishment though. Sanctions in the classic inception. Designed to change behavior. They're not design to punish. So the target of your sanctions should have the opportunity to demonstrate changed behavior. Changed approach. Whatever it is. That got them sanction. The first place they should be able to demonstrate that they're no longer engaged in that behavior. And so the sanctions can be relieved that it's designed to be coercive. Not not unitive. Do we should have more sanctions criminal cases based on sanctions violations. Mike smiling. My my office brought a bunch of criminal cases based on violations of EPA and some of these other labs that you've described. Yeah, we need more of that. Or not like got to testify those no case or the with the spin off the. Silicates? People may have heard me mention this reservoir was an Iranian gold trader from Turkey who my office charged when I was in office he ended up flipping and cooperating with the government and its co-defendant went to trial after I left office, and you testified at that trial trial because this isn't exactly the legal charge. But the basic charge was that that this guy minute Attila had lied to us officials about what he was doing with raises rub. And I was one of those officials who allegedly light too. So I got to go in and testify about my interactions with with Mr. Attila, which I think has led to both you and the being we can't really go to Turkey. We can't go Turkey. I mean, I can't go to Russia. But I think sort of defacto matter can't took it was your file experience funded. My folks, you will did it treat me. Well, it was it was an interesting perspective to be in the witness box. Having been a lawyer from any years. How'd you handle? Yes. How'd you handle cross examination Jim out? I think I was able to to sustain myself. You think you're able to sustain yourself. That's very modest. Yeah. It was good months. We've putting any other countries you think we should be thinking about sanctioning. How many programs have sanctions we have we have thirty active sanctions programs, and I think we have too many candidly. I think one of the problems that we've run into in the last several years is as sanctions have become been used effectively in some circumstances. There's a view that they can be used effectively in all circumstances. So we have you know, just in the last year new sanctions program on deroga-. We've ramped up our sanctions in Venezuela. I think there's a fair question as to whether those sanctions programs. Can be effective, you know, whether they are trying to achieve some policy objective that has been, you know, clearly identified, you know, and sort of meet all of the requirements. I think a good sanctions program needs to meet in order to be affective. You go back to sort of the national security threat matrix a little bit..

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Vietnam says Facebook violated controversial cybersecurity law

The CyberWire

01:22 min | 3 years ago

Vietnam says Facebook violated controversial cybersecurity law

"Vietnam alleges that Facebook is in violation of that country's new harsh autarkic internet laws. They spoke denies any wrongdoing wrongdoing. Under Vietnamese law when hastens to note, the Vietnam News Agency and official outlet cited to finding of that country's ministry of information and communication saying that quote Facebook had reportedly not responded to a request to remove fan pages provoking activities against the state in quote, the violations of the cyber-security law, which the ministry characterized as serious included allowing personal accounts to post slanderous, content anti-government sentiment and defamation of individuals and organizations. Facebook said it didn't do it. A Representative said, quote, we have a clear process for governments to report illegal content to us, and we review all those requests against our terms of service and local law. We are transparent about the content restrictions. We make in accordance. With local law in our transparency report, and quote, three things are worth noting. I the Vietnamese cyber-security law deals prominently with censorship and content moderation. Second Facebook seems to be saying not that the content is out of its hands. But rather that the content permits doesn't necessarily violate Vietnamese law, admittedly, the company's response amounts to a kind of non denial denial, but it's not a clarion defense of free expression. Either Facebook's in tough spot here and third we can probably expect more of this as the internet seems to be on its way to splintering into a set of national Automic preserves it's not just Facebook in Vietnam. Either tech crunch reports that linked in is bringing its Chinese operations into compliance with that country's user identification laws. Finally, politico has an exclusive out on the increasingly strange story of alleged NSA leaker, and classified data pack rat. How Martin that's a pack rat to the tune of an alleged fifty terabytes of secrets, which is a lot to keep in Glen Burnie shed Kaspersky is sent to a fingered Mr Martin to NSA after the Russian security firm received some odd tweets from the former contractor ironist have noted and there's no shortage of ironist on the internet that Kosinski Burski did this bit of good citizenship. While plenty of US. Government officials were busy getting the Russian security company kicked out of their networks. Now a moment to tell you about our sponsor Attila security attacks on the US defense industrial base supply chain, otherwise known as dibs these one of the most pervasive cyber threats facing our nation

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"attila" Discussed on The Money Coach Ronda Cobb

The Money Coach Ronda Cobb

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"attila" Discussed on The Money Coach Ronda Cobb

"What's the goal Attila gated with the tears, and what's the civic parameters? Would you like to see? And then you're giving away the part of way need their expertise to do it. Where's their free range? And this is what I want to take free rein over I want you to be creative. I want you to think outside the bags and went you to bring your expertise to this. Because I know that, you know, more about social media, arguing the knife, you that's why you were care and give them you know, what they used to call for race where give them their head and go. All right now. The next thing is at this point you, but a lot of time in energy intimate team this list and those goals and setting priorities and in implementation outline, you should be starting to see an entire almost a to this and in nineteen strategic plans starting to take say if it's not you haven't written it all out. Maybe it's on your ipad. Maybe it's on your phone, maybe a new desktop, but it should up earning take place and starting to come together as it's just easier plant anyway, that's used to calm and still or groom. I mean, but you're two thousand nineteen being stellar isn't gonna just pop up when and grow up. It's also made to plan ahead. Okay. And it's time for you to fine. The level of commitment that you have to the goal and to your business growth success is Natalie hinge on the plant and the quality of the plan and the details and the plant, but it is going to him John one very important factor. Your commitment. You're team or you only gonna move.

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"attila" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"attila" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"This study. You sent me on this omega threes, and the memory is amazing. It seems that the participants taking omega threes had some pretty incredible benefits here when you talk about memory that is something that kind of slips as we get older tell us more about this. What did you write? This was a great study important study. Because what they did he was very interesting this out of the journal neurology. And but they they just they check the three level in the red blood cells of women thousand women older women. This is a big study thousand women, but then again, eight years later and the women were on average seventy eight years old at this point. They did MRI scans of the women's brains, and what they found Steve this is so amazing. They found that the brain volume for the women that had higher. Omega three indexes. In other words, they had more omega threes in their red blood cells the women that had more threes in their red blood cells. They had higher brain volume. They were actually maintaining more of the youthful size of the brain. That brings were bigger. You could see it. Cleanly in the MRI. Not only that is a very important part of the brain noticing hippo campus, very important part of the brain that facilitates learning the silicates memory, and there was greater brain volume in the hippocampus for people that had more omega threes in their red blood cells. That's how you can really measure how much making free someone's taking into this. You take omega threes, you will raise your omega three index. We know this. It's a fact you take mega threes you raise it up. So you wanna have more omega threes in your bloodstream, very important Attila infuses into all the cell membranes into the joints into the brain excetera to take the krill omega..

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BrainStuff Classics: Why Do People Go Bald?

BrainStuff

06:49 min | 3 years ago

BrainStuff Classics: Why Do People Go Bald?

"Support. For brain stuff comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans are excited to introduce their all new rate shield approval. If you're in the market to buy a home rate shield approval is a real game changer. And here's why first Quicken Loans will lock your rate for up to ninety days while you shop, but here's the crucial part every up your rate stays the same. But if rates go down your rate also drops either way you win. It's the kind of thinking you'd expect from America's largest mortgage lender. To get started. Go to rocketmortgage dot com slash brain stuff rate shield approval. Only valid on certain thirty year purchase transactions. Additional conditions or exclusions may apply based on Quicken Loans. Data in comparison to public data records, equal housing lender. Licensed in all fifty states and m l s consumer access dot org number three zero three zero. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. He brain stuff flooring Boko Bob here with eight other classic episode for you or host Christian Sager is explaining what's too many folks, a pressing consideration as they get older. Why do some people go bald? I'm Christian Sager. And this is brain stuff. Have you ever heard that if you're maternal grandfather went bald that you will to or what about the one? We're getting a scout massage. We'll send more blood to your head and caused your hair to grow back. Some people also claim that if you shave your hair it will grow back even fuller than before sorry to break it to you. But all of these are bogus myths as long as men have been losing their hair they've been trying to figure out what causes baldness and how they can cure this sign of aging. In fact, it's estimated that forty million Americans are losing their hair, and that's men and women and all of those people are spending more than one billion dollars a year on everything from hair transplants to to pays in spray on hair, now hair, real hair grows. Just under the skin on our heads from the close to one hundred thousand follicles there this growth happens in three phases. The antigen phase where it's grown. Knowing the cabbage in phase in between and the television phase where it falls out and hair falling out is totally normal. We should lose fifty to one hundred hairs every day as part of the television cycle. But if more hair falls out than is replaced. You are probably balding if the hair that grows back is thinner than what fell out, you're probably balding. And if it starts falling out in clumps. Oh, yeah. You are balding. But hey, take comfort that you are not alone. My friends by age thirty a quarter of all men have already started to lose their hair. What's weird is wide? Humans. Go bald in the first place baldness is actually pretty rare and other animals and hair serves a lot of important purposes. It protects our heads from the sun maintains our body, heat when we're cold and may even attract a mate, some researchers think it suggests a dominant status or a sign of maturity in different society. He's in fact, a paper from the journal, social, psychological and personality science found evidence that women find completely bald men more attractive than partially bald ones. The study also found that baldness was highly associated with two traits dominance and strength. So if you're starting to lose your hair, maybe you should take action shave it all off and show. The world would a tough assertive man, you are to understand baldness a little better. Let's look at the different types that occur. I the most common type is called Andro genetic alopicia, otherwise known as male pattern baldness, it's related to our inherited genetic predisposition from both of our parents, this affects how sensitive we are to a hormone called dihydrotestosterone hereafter referred to as DHT for most guys five percent of their testosterone is converted into d. HT if you're sensitive to DHT it acts like toxin on your hair follicles, producing thinner weaker almost colorless hair until hair production in the follicle simply stops, researchers have also found that male pattern. Baldness also causes men to have an abnormal amount of a protein. Lipid called prostate gland in D to some dermatologists, even think that men could re-grow their hair if this inhibiting protein were removed other types of baldness include the female pattern baldness that occurs. In some women post menopause, an autoimmune disorder called alopicia Ariadna and a condition called television a flu VM the mixer hair fallout faster than normal. People can also have brittle hair from hair, shaft defects. Or in rare cases, they may even pull out their own hair compulsively if they have a disorder called trick Attila. Mania? You think that sounds scary? You can also lose your hair from illnesses. Fungal infections burns chemical applications medications, and of course, cancer treatments, like chemotherapy smoking is also reported to increase the risk of baldness. You should definitely see your doctor. If your hair starts falling out in clumps. Or if you get a burning itching irritation on your scout. Episode was written by Christian and produced by Tyler Klay. If you missed Christian, check out, his new podcast is acting pop culture. It's called super context, and it's available wherever you get your podcasts. And of course, for more on this and lots of other Harry, topics. Visit our home planet has to work dot com. Hey, brain stuff listeners in Leuven ad today. I wanted to tell you about a new podcast here. It has stuff works. Happy face hosted by Melissa Jespersen. More firm Elissa nineteen ninety-five was a nightmare. It's the year the teenager learned her father, Keith hunter Jespersen was a serial killer. It's also when her spiral of doubt began when you look like your father, and you share his intelligence, and charisma how do, you know, you're not a psychopath to join Melissa as she investigates. Her father's crimes reckons with the past and wades through her darkest fears that she hunts for a better future. Tune in every Friday for new episodes of happy face a series that doesn't just explore

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Mandy Moore Weds Taylor Goldsmith Hours After Cat Dies In Her Arms

Z Morning Zoo

00:44 sec | 3 years ago

Mandy Moore Weds Taylor Goldsmith Hours After Cat Dies In Her Arms

"His plan. Sunday, married, Mandy, Mary Attila Goldsmith from the rock band Dawes. If you know who they are they didn't made these backyard fifty year. So people heard this is us co-stars Milo Ventimiglia, Jack, Chrissy Mets sterling K Brown, plus her friend Minka Kelly, even manny's ex Wilmer Valderrama was a guest. But how sad is that? Your cat dies on Saturday night and Sunday morning. You're getting married and all your guests show. Can where's your cat? Where's your? Here's an engagement that will not only relegates a wedding that won't happen. Paris. Hilton's engagement is off. She and her fiance. Chris Zylka Zilkha Zeljka broke up a few weeks ago. They had been engaged since January. Now, a source the always reliable. Stores says the relationship moved very fast. She realize it

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UK bans ‘misleading’ Facebook ads for a popular contraceptive app

BBC Newshour

03:09 min | 4 years ago

UK bans ‘misleading’ Facebook ads for a popular contraceptive app

"On Facebook for an app that promised a. Natural alternative, contraception has been banned by the UK's advertising. Standards authority the Swedish firm behind natural cycles has been warned not to exaggerate its effectiveness. The BBC's Mattie savage talk to one woman with reason to doubt. The app she got pregnant while using it, when we, realized that I was pregnant I felt irresponsible and scared and stupid and everything I mean there's a lot of science behind this app it. Has been approved for use, across the are you sure he didn't do anything. Wrong I feel that I really did everything reading the direction and, everything we decided to go ahead with the pregnancy but well when I, hear about people having abortions It feels awful that women families end up in. That situation Jessica tie is with. The advertising standards agency here in the, UK she supervised the investigation into natural cycles and. I asked, her what she found out so we had. A complaint about Facebook ads from natural cycles, that included the claim highly accurate contraceptive app. And we had a look at the evidence and actually the evidence. Showed that when you look at how people, use it, in practice it was not highly accurate Around eight percents of, women would get pregnant, over the course of the year if they. Were using this app and is the scope for the inventors here to say well people, just weren't using it right Well we we looked at the evidence actually the vast majority of people were not using it what? What, you would cool perfectly less than ten percents of people were using it perfectly and we think that's that's the key thing here really what do people mean by perfect and imperfect use in this case well whenever you look at the evidence for any method of contraception you. Would differentiate between what's cool perfect to, use what school typical use. A so perfect uses using it completely in accordance with the instructions and. For this app that would include, inputting information about your menstrual cycle when you're having intercourse and also excuse it comes with a, thermometer so you have to import your temperature every day at a particular time and we know that for example if you're unwell or if you've been out drinking that can affect how accurate the predictions are because it will then give predictions about what you safe to, have, intercourse that day without using another Method of contraception it's perhaps understandable that that people were? Not, using it perfectly and we think that the key data is how how effective it is in practice not in this perfect world getting pregnant when you want to be pregnant is a pretty serious consequence of misleading advertising isn't it what are the sanctions against them well we. Here to ensure that advertising is not, misleading and our ruling makes. Completely clear that natural cycles should not be repeating this claim that it's. Highly accurate and they shouldn't be, making similar claims they should take real k. in feature when they're talking about how accurate their, product is that they're not misleading consumers Jessica

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