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"avent" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:21 min | 10 months ago

"avent" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Long Sean Hannity shows now is going to just dismiss farmers we have the greatest farmers in the world as a knows nothing I just I can't even believe all right the thing a whole you put a seat in a it throw dirt on top add water up comes the corn what a dope it's so condescending I mean it's unbelievable now there is some push back here Elizabeth Warren Blumberg should be able to run but not uses all money I disagree his money we live in a free country any club which are saying that Bloomberg should be able to hide behind the air waves with huge pies the guys spent four hundred seventy million dollars and all is now coming out are they going to go out and are they going to give him the same scrutiny is they would give any Republican the answer is no is the mob is so corrupt the latest example of that is you know well look what happened to their beloved Avent nadie which we'll talk about it is facing out forty two years in prison what what what are you doing as a shake down and like you have some kind Valerie Jarrett same Bloomberg is a lot more to do than just apologize even reverent now I'll say he's got a repair the damage well it's not just that is attacking gays and lesbians he's so rude and condescending to women I can't even say ninety nine percent of the stuff that he's saying I'm and it's like it's not like funny stuff it's like okay you're really weird here where you're kind of creepy so like the creeps up work at fake news CNN on a creepy people over there to we'll get to all of this today I just think their plan B. of blowing up in their face and now Bloomberg has got a lot of explaining to do well and by the way you're a golfer right well who's gonna cut our greens and I was going to care for greens that's a science and cut our fairways if they have illegal immigrants to that is the B. C. B. in traffic tech is sponsored by Allstate now the bottom about was making up his actions can be seven copays for you on the end of the between park I seventy headed over three two parkway also in the city I ninety five is also thinking of congestion you will be more stuff and don't just come from the highway and into the tunnel there also seen congestion over on I ninety five north of the beltway it's having a break for the office of the.

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"avent" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:37 min | 10 months ago

"avent" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Company affiliates price and coverage match limited by state law I went a little balls run mine in numbers and I mean I come your forecast on news talk eight threo WCCO and for the Twin Cities cloudy skies actually cloudy the rest of the week high near thirty two today overnight tonight we draft in nineteen tomorrow will reach near thirty dropped to twenty two Sunday night from Monday clouds return highs near thirty three thirty one on Tuesday thirty two on Wednesday thirty three Thursday and mostly cloudy skies small chance of snow Friday very small but highs then near thirty five degrees overcast now north was wins at eleven do quite a twenty four humidity at eighty two and I Kerr WCCO temperature reading twenty nine fastest growing audio Avent America is radio dot com Hey good morning we are back with a smart garden show here on C. C. every Saturday in the eight o'clock hour thanks to our friends like merry Meyer from the university of Minnesota we have a bunch of text messages but we do have an open line if you want to talk with merry make a little more personal six five one nine eight nine nine two two six what with the title oranges you said that you made this marmalade out of cat Kalamunda in so cal a minor in is oranges it's only about two inches one and a half two inches in diameter it's a tiny little orange it did that it never gets bigger than that and I think of friends in Florida would be laughing at us because the column on to it is kind of a weedy species down.

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"avent" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:48 min | 11 months ago

"avent" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Fastest growing audio Avent America is radio dot com dot com station from the downtown Minneapolis studios news talk a three oh WCCO this is Minnesota's most trusted station for news mostly cloudy skies five degrees it's at a sports six o'clock Saturday here I now a new shocked Stargate WCCO three oh WCCO news frigid the snow fall temps wasn't today as five much as degrees predicted currently in some areas of Minnesota on the way but down there was to one still plenty overnight of trouble for it's people windy who brave outside the elements and tried to drive breeze through it kicking state up to patrol twenty lieutenant miles Gordon an hour Shanklin so well below three hundred zero six property damage wind crashes chills Eric thirty Nelson five with entry you for crashes a bonus half with hour two hundred this seventy week eight vehicles ahead off the of road the raptors addition to another and timber twenty wolves tonight four vehicles from target been center Alps with that fifteen 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What is a Vaccine Adjuvant?

One Life Radio Podcast

15:13 min | 1 year ago

What is a Vaccine Adjuvant?

"Our special guest today. Neil Z Miller. He is a medical research, journalist and the director of the think twice global vaccine institute. He has devoted the past thirty years to educating parents and health practitioners about vaccines encouraging and form consent and non mandatory laws. He is the author of several articles studies and books on vaccines, including Miller's review of critical vaccine studies. Neil has a degree in psychology and is a member of Mensa international. And it is always an honor. And pleasure to have you on one life radio. Welcome back. How you doing today? Neil grew. Thanks for having me back today. I appreciate it. I always appreciate your work and what you're doing to educate the world about vaccines and their safety today. Specifically, we're speaking about aluminum. So let's start with this basic question for people that really might not know a lot about vaccines that they. There, there are avent's added to them in order to make them more effective or for the delivery. So what exactly are ad edge of events? And what types of events are there will the main Atrovent that's being used in vaccines. Today is aluminum, and there's different types of aluminum, but, but the reason that the aluminum is added to vaccine is because the, the attenuated germ, okay. So basically, you've got the, the, the German self the, the micro organism that is likely to cause the disease. They take that microorganism and they attenuated or weaken it. And that's the main component of the vaccine, but it doesn't induce enough antibodies by itself, generally speaking with some vaccine. So they add aluminum which really just irritates the immune system. The immune system recognizes the, the aluminum as, as really as foreign object. And so it, it, it helps to awake in a higher concentration of anybody tires. So that's the main reason aluminum is Najim added too many vaccines to help stimulate a stronger immune response, and increase vaccine efficacy. But aluminum is taxing. Absolutely. In fact, there's no known biological purpose value or function for aluminum in the human body everywhere. That now by the way, it is very pervasive. One of the most pervasive elements on the earth, but it has no biological function. And so it, it's a neuro toxin and in fact, that's, that's what the mainly what the study's find. That's what I summarized, you know, like I said. Aluminum is added too many vaccines, and so children that received these vaccines are getting multiple doses of aluminum in an injectable form. Now, some people say that Lumina m- is not a big deal that, you know, you, but, but the, you have to differentiate between or orally, ingested aluminum and injected aluminum, we're warned to not even use aluminum foil anymore unless you like parchment paper in between because of the taxes city of aluminum other studies now that are showing a link between aluminum and Alzheimer's disease aluminum dementia, it, definitely, there's no question. There's literally there's literally thousands of studies showing that aluminum. I'm talking studies outside of the world of vaccine just. Thousands of studies that show that aluminum itself is a neuro toxin and is also capable of, of causing immune immune now functions. It's going next with this because I had read that numerous studies provided credible evidence that aluminum adversely affects important biological functions. Like neuro degenerative diseases and auto immune disorders up -solutely, that's the biggest problem is because it c- see when you when you ingest aluminum now luminous is dangerous to any kind of life-form, whether it's an animal, or human, and well we're animals as well, but. And that is dangerous. But when you ingest it as long as you don't ingest too much at once setting that most of that aluminum when I say most we're talking ninety nine point seven percent. You can you can eliminate it through the normal home in Tori functions of the body. But, but when, when that aluminum is injected the studies are showing that it lodges itself into different different organs of the body, and, and they're finding injected aluminum over a year later. They're finding it's still lots in different parts of the body, including the spleen and the brain it bypassed. Now here's the here's the interesting thing is some studies show that it's actually the smaller concentration. Of aluminum that are more dangerous, because they don't because the blood brain barrier does not block it. It's able to, to bypass the rain barrier and go directly into the brain. So this is off the record doctor medical doctor. Obviously, I'm not gonna say his name he didn't want it. He didn't he he, he doesn't even want to talk about it on the air, but told me off the record that there's no way that you can inject a child body with, with aluminum and it into a muscle and it not make its way to the brain. That's, that's absolutely. That's absolutely true. That's what the studies are showing. So, you know, I mean, I don't know why you can't speak on the record because he scares. There's plenty of studies that, that document that down fact in my book, and my latest book Miller's review of critical vaccine studies where I summarize over four hundred studies that are critical vaccines. I have a chapter in there on aluminum, and in that chapter, I summarize, I don't know one or two dozen probably about two dozen studies that, that document is the, the, the hazards of, of aluminum vaccines. For example. Here's a study that, that was conducted by Dr Chris Shaw. And Dr siege CJ, Thomas genyk aluminum in the central nervous system, toxin human as humans and animals vaccine edge in auto, immunity. This in summary, this study found that aluminum vaccines can cause autoimmune and early jiggle damage so that that's pretty common and just to tell you how common vaccines are for example, in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia and many other nations, infants and children, receive high quantities of Lumina for moldable injections of several vaccines. For example. Okay. The following vaccines contain aluminum, the tetanus vaccine would, you know, the that's combined the P? So, for example, they give babies diptheria tennis in plus vaccine that can. Aluminum the, the hib vaccine for influenza type b that contains aluminum hepatitis A contains aluminum hepatitis b contains aluminum and, and the pneumococcal vaccine contains aluminum. Now, they're giving these vaccines, for example. They're giving DTA. They're giving the protest fact seen at two months of age. They're also giving the, the hepatitis b vaccine, two months of age, they're giving the pneumococcal vaccine at two months of age, and they're giving the hib vaccine at two months of age. So these are four separate vaccines, each containing their own, high concentrations of aluminum. So, so it's so they're getting four high doses of aluminum, when they get their vaccine to two months of age. Then this is repeated again at at, at four months of age. And then again at six months of age. And so it's extremely. Concerning extremely dangerous and a recent study came out in his shown that today fifty four percent of all children, have a chronic ailment, which includes things like attention deficit disorder, which I have summarized studies showing that attention deficit disorder has been linked to the vaccines. And so, so these chronic ailments, people have to look around and say, what do you mean fifty four percent? We're talking with an half of all children today have kind of illnesses. Where's this coming from? Well, I'm working on a paper right now that has found evidence that all of these conditions. Okay, fifty four percent of the of children, have these chronic ailments. These are these are twenty two different ailments, okay that these children have, and all twenty two of these ailments, can be linked to vac. Seen damage. Well, so, so this is something needs to really, really get a handle on and really just recognize that when, when we say that when, when you hear people saying that vaccines, save lives. Well, if you look at. We know that with some flaxseeds they reduced the incidence of the disease. There's no question that when the measles, vaccine was introduced it reduced the number of cases of measles. But what are the trade offs? That's always what we need to look at. What are the trade offs, and, and the studies document that there's increased rates of diabetes increased rates of, of allergies increased rates of autoimmune diseases increased rates of, of learning disabilities, increased rates of so many different types of diseases. So we have to look at everything in from the larger picture, we can't just say that, that this particular vaccine was introduced lower the number of cases of disease at what cost, that's what always needs to be looked at. I'm reading the paper, according to the American Academy pediatrics, which is the AP aluminum is now being implicated as interfering with a variety of cellular metabolic processes in the nervous systems and another tissues. And so, you know, if the pediatric community knows this information. Why are they still pushing the agenda that all vaccines are proven safe? You know, I, I think that I think that there's just so much influenced by by big pharma, and you have to understand the regulatory agencies and I'm talking about the CDC the FDA and on international level, even the World Health Organization. These these workers Asians have been captured by by big pharma. They've been captured by the pharmaceutical industry and and what do I mean by that? I mean that there's so much evidence and document this in some of my papers and document. This in in. There's there's so much evidence right now that for example, in my in my book Miller's review of critical vaccine studies in the chapter on, on mercury mercury in vaccines. And by the way, there's still mercury Invex in vaccine or giving this to pregnant women and two infants. How ridiculous is that, that, but, but the point I'm making is the CDC in the year nineteen ninety nine they conducted their own study to look at at, at whether or not mercury in vaccines is dangerous. And, and they found that babies that got mercury in vaccines. What they did is they took a large group of kids, the and half of the kids got got got vaccines, with mercury and the other half of the kids got the same vaccines, except without the mercury, and then they've they've fast forwarded to, to, to several years later, and then they added up. How many kids in the wound group were eventually diagnosed with autism, and that the kids that got that those mercury containing vaccines were had had eight they were eight seven point six times more likely to be to have been diagnosed with autism. So, so we're talking about I high statistically significant study conducted by the CDC showing that mercury in vaccines will cause autism. Okay. So, so my point is, is that they did not remove mercury. They required it. They required. More people to actually get needed some from some scenes, and then required. More children to receive it and pregnant women to receive it. So, so what is the why am I mentioning this? Well, because it's important for everybody to know but also because it shows some insight into the fact that the that the CDs. C which is supposed to be a regulatory agency looking after for the health of every children has been captured by big pharma has been captured by the industry. They are just a marketing arm of the industry in my opinion, from for my research, the CDC and the FDA, and we'll help organization too, because there's a lot of evidence that the World Health Organization is covering up a lot of a lot of dangers associated with vaccines. So, so people need to realize that when you've got the, the American Academy of pediatrics you'd think, don't they don't they care about these children, the number that the thing that the Dr Blaylock he's, he's a neurosurgeon a brain surgeon. He, he did a forward to my other one of my other books fact, the vaccine safety manual doctor Blaylock in that foreword. He has he presented. He said amazing forward. He's, you know, it's an. Amazing bit of information. Yeah. One of the important things that he says, and he provides evidence for is that the vaccine program itself is sacrosanct above everything else, even above children's lives. The vaccine program must be saved at all costs. It

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"avent" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"avent" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Be on alert Maria Beecroft spoke to CPS to fake. Explosives were also found that the parking lot stop and shop on route three hundred corridor tragic holiday weekend. For New Jersey family. Police say they were planning to drive up to Niagara Falls. Well, those plans were ruined when a drunk driver smashed his pickup truck into the family SUV three out of the nine family members on board were killed this Sheldon. New York VICTIMS Names haven't been released, but we do know one of the victims is a four year old child. The driver of the pickup truck was as twenty year old Richard Suzuki. He's facing a long list of charges, including DWI and driving with a suspended license. He's due back in court June tenth DWP drunk while boating Suffolk County police say last night, they arrested a man for boating while drunk after he crashed his boat into a bulkhead embrace. Sure. Michael camman's Xueliang was operating Twenty-one footsie. Ray. Express cruiser in the waters, west of or creek returning to the bay shore. Marina, when he went off course and crashed into a bulkhead. He was thrown from the boat boat into the water. Cops helped rescue them and then arrest him prices at the pump Avent moved. Much. Welcome signed for the millions have been getting away this weekend. Long trip or staying close to home for Memorial Day should be creating happy holiday, weekend gasoline prices, lower in the tristate region at all the popular driving destinations triple as Robertson. Claire says the price of a regular gallon of gas down ten cents compared to a year ago in New Jersey. It's two dollars and ninety cents. The price remains unchanged from a week ago. A black bear was spotted roaming around the back yard and Fairfield county. It's the third such citing in a week. The latest close encounter was reported Friday by Milton resident and took photos, Thursday. Another black bear was spotted on east road in Norwalk. And then the day before that on Wednesday. Another black bear was seen on north avenue in Westport mistake, department of energy, and environmental protection believes it's the same black bear and all three sightings. It reminds people to never feed bears. And if you do encounter one to make some noise. So it's a wear that you're there and then back away. Way. Slowly eighteen WCBS time for traffic and weather together on the Tom Kaminski's. All right. Kevin for Memorial Day, alternate side parking rule suspended citywide, of course fleet week is continuing and just seeing a little bit of volume at the traffic.

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"avent" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"avent" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"And and the, you know the ceremony checklist, and then we get the reception checklist, and Bob, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. So again, who's planning any type of event in Mansfield, Ohio again in the corporate space. You know, what I mean by corporate is to the private, and they're playing any type of party or special event, then think about your local government. So every local government city or county government has some type of department where it's parks and recreation, where they do avent's, you know, civic events, maybe there's an opportunity there, even if it's part time, you get any start helping planning events or marketing local government events. What was your degree in? I have an associate's in secretarial administration. And then I have a business degree as well. So a bachelors right? So you know, you've got something to lean on there. And I think you're looking for any opportunity to do some type of marketing slash promotion around the vents, and that's why gave you that government idea. So in manslaughter Haya trust me, somebody is doing some type of event planning. We know the government does on some level. You got nonprofits. You know? Maybe you go to work part time for nonprofit, you can get excited about and you help them with their fundraising events. Maybe they do five to seven fundraising events a year. I don't know you have to just identify who is doing events what type of positions they have the help execute plan. You know, whatever decorate all whatever just get the list out there. And all of a sudden, you're gonna see many opportunities for you. And I say many a handful of opportunities at the very least. And there may not be an opening right now. But you're next homework assignment. After you identify the opportunities or the potential opportunities is to go sit down and talk with people that are in a space, a ham will stay at home mom been home for decades. But I love of it planning. And I love this part of event planning, and I'm looking to get into this. And there you go, and and again, you don't need it for money. So be okay. With part time, maybe even volunteering for a local event planner until they can hire you. What are you care? You just you just have to get out there into that space. Get yourself experiencing some type of event planning for two reasons. Number one, it will clarify that. That is in fact, where you want to end up in what you wanted it just well you like I love this is great clarifies. And the second thing it does. Is it gets you connected. Once you get out there you make more connections with intern. Give you more opportunities. It's the proximity principle in order to do what you wanna do. You got to be around people that are doing events and in places where events are happy as our convention center near you gotta vents coming in all the time. He'd go work for the local convention center or the arena, or whatever. So I just gave you everything you need. Gogo eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven four take the next..

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"avent" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

Serious Inquiries Only

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"avent" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"One seventy seven. I'm euros Thomas Smith and. Wow, lots to talk about okay, occasionally, everything just kind of works out in a weird way. First off I was on godawful movies lately. That was well, I guess just came out as of me recording the so check it out. It was a lot of fun. That is probably my no offense to anybody else. But that's gotta be my favorite show to do. Just we'd somehow we always just seem to click so well, and it was a ton of fun. And this time for the first time I had to kind of try to to fill ally shoes a little bit because he was the host who was missing. So no way. I did that. But I did my best. And I think I think it was really good. So check it out while we're on the topic of other shows, you know, philosophers in space is still fantastic. As always I hope you are checking that one out, and we just did our first it's it's not got off movies is not lawful movies, or as I as I thought. Have calling it Phil awful movies. Now, it's it's called not a satire Erin or NASA for short. And we just did battlefield earth over there on philosophers in space, and wow, that's terrible movie. But you might wanna check that out. And check out that show. It is really good. And there's there's so much going on there. We have some good guests coming up to it's a fun one. It's a lot of what I wanted this show to be. But we found kind of a different and better venue for it. You know? So it's why I talk less philosophy on this show that I used to because now all the all the philosophies going on over there. So floss resins base check it out. All right enough. Promoing other stuff today's episode. So I actually had been kind of feeling like Avent done, a, you know, a commentary a rant anything like that. And while you know, I do a little bit for voicemail episodes. But feels like it's been awhile since I've devoted an episode to. It's always got him in the back of my mind. I'm feeling that you know, maybe out of get back to that. And then I happened to notice the not the initial controversy. I'm on talk about that in the second. But I noticed like the second wave of controversy over the Covington Catholic kids at the national monument with the native American elder and the black Hebrew Israelites that'll confrontation, I notice sort of the second part of that. Which was oh, no, we're all wrong. Check out the video all that stuff and the reactions there, and I had seen enough people on different sides of it who I kind of listen to I you know, as I'm always doing. I'm reid. I'm sure you are too. You're reading stuff you're thinking. Now, that's not quite right, or that's right, or whatever. And I had seen enough things where I thought, you know, I have something I could say about this number of thoughts that I kinda wanted to do it. And then subsequently I finally caught up on a backlog of Email and several people at emailed asking me do and sewed on. And then I after that I got. Like two or three tweet saying, hey, you should cover this. So it's interesting. There's that doesn't happen. All that often where there's, you know, occasionally it does. But where there's that much reaction or people asking me to do a specific episode. And by the way, I I appreciate it. So if you ever want that if you ever like, hey do this episode, especially, you know, patrons or people in the Facebook group. Please absolutely feel free to do that. He no oftentimes that's a good way to gauge people's interest. If I see a number of people, you know, asking for a certain topic. Anyway, that aside I think I'm gonna start off real meta on this one real like meta meta meta, which, you know, I do I tend to be sometimes as I just went meta their metting myself. Anyway, I think I know well, I have some guesses to why people want this. This particular episode first off I want to talk about why again going going meta as. I mentioned earlier I didn't bother with the first wave of this controversy..

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"avent" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

Serious Inquiries Only

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"avent" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"One seventy seven. I'm euros Thomas Smith and. Wow, lots to talk about okay, occasionally, everything just kind of works out in a weird way. First off I was on godawful movies lately. That was well, I guess just came out as of me recording the so check it out. It was a lot of fun. That is probably my no offense to anybody else. But that's gotta be my favorite show to do. Just we'd somehow we always just seem to click so well, and it was a ton of fun. And this time for the first time I had to kind of try to to fill ally shoes a little bit because he was the host who was missing. So no way. I did that. But I did my best. And I think I think it was really good. So check it out while we're on the topic of other shows, you know, philosophers in space is still fantastic. As always I hope you are checking that one out, and we just did our first it's it's not got off movies is not lawful movies, or as I as I thought. Have calling it Phil awful movies. Now, it's it's called not a satire Erin or NASA for short. And we just did battlefield earth over there on philosophers in space, and wow, that's terrible movie. But you might wanna check that out. And check out that show. It is really good. And there's there's so much going on there. We have some good guests coming up to it's a fun one. It's a lot of what I wanted this show to be. But we found kind of a different and better venue for it. You know? So it's why I talk less philosophy on this show that I used to because now all the all the philosophies going on over there. So floss resins base check it out. All right enough. Promoing other stuff today's episode. So I actually had been kind of feeling like Avent done, a, you know, a commentary a rant anything like that. And while you know, I do a little bit for voicemail episodes. But feels like it's been awhile since I've devoted an episode to. It's always got him in the back of my mind. I'm feeling that you know, maybe out of get back to that. And then I happened to notice the not the initial controversy. I'm on talk about that in the second. But I noticed like the second wave of controversy over the Covington Catholic kids at the national monument with the native American elder and the black Hebrew Israelites that'll confrontation, I notice sort of the second part of that. Which was oh, no, we're all wrong. Check out the video all that stuff and the reactions there, and I had seen enough people on different sides of it who I kind of listen to I you know, as I'm always doing. I'm reid. I'm sure you are too. You're reading stuff you're thinking. Now, that's not quite right, or that's right, or whatever. And I had seen enough things where I thought, you know, I have something I could say about this number of thoughts that I kinda wanted to do it. And then subsequently I finally caught up on a backlog of Email and several people at emailed asking me do and sewed on. And then I after that I got. Like two or three tweet saying, hey, you should cover this. So it's interesting. There's that doesn't happen. All that often where there's, you know, occasionally it does. But where there's that much reaction or people asking me to do a specific episode. And by the way, I I appreciate it. So if you ever want that if you ever like, hey do this episode, especially, you know, patrons or people in the Facebook group. Please absolutely feel free to do that. He no oftentimes that's a good way to gauge people's interest. If I see a number of people, you know, asking for a certain topic. Anyway, that aside I think I'm gonna start off real meta on this one real like meta meta meta, which, you know, I do I tend to be sometimes as I just went meta their metting myself. Anyway, I think I know well, I have some guesses to why people want this. This particular episode first off I want to talk about why again going going meta as. I mentioned earlier I didn't bother with the first wave of this controversy..

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"avent" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:06 min | 2 years ago

"avent" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Slash avent's. This is fresh air. I'm Dave Davies in for Terry gross. We're listening to the interview Terry recorded with Harvard historian, author and filmmaker Henry Louis gates before an audience WHYY in Philadelphia last may the new season of gates TV series. Finding your roots is now running on PBS. There's some people who are trying to use genealogy to out people who are white supremacists. And say, oh, you think you're so pure white that that's such a big deal. Let's look at your ancestry to who's really in it. Right. And it's a it's a way of adding people as not being who they think they are and not recognizing that we're all descended from so many different people, but the ancestry is being investigated against the will of the people being outed. What do you think of that? Well, I think you should have the right to. You have to ask someone to get permission. The only reason they're doing it through records through like secretly getting their samples. No. We don't do blood anymore. Right. We'd spitting and test everyone who's in one of those databases has given some kind of permission. Yeah. Otherwise, you wouldn't be in a database, but I think that you should have to give permission before someone is creeping around in your DNA, don't you? But I think that one of the mottoes of finding your roots is that there is no such thing as racial purity that these people who have fantasies. He's white supremacists of this area and brotherhood, you know, this area heritage that is pure and unsullied untainted. They're living in a dream world. It doesn't exist where all aspects. You know, no matter how different we appear pheno typically under the skin. We're ninety nine point nine nine percent the same. And that is the lesson of finding the lesson finding routes. We're all immigrants. Black people came here not willingly, of course, the Caymans slave ships. But they came from someplace else even the native Americans capable someplace else about sixteen thousand years ago. So everybody who showed up on this continent is from someplace else and under the skin we are almost identical genetically and that is the strongest argument for brotherhood sisterhood and the unity of the human species. And I make it every week over and over with finding your roots. I wanna. I want to squeeze in one more question. Sure when you were fourteen you had a football injury. And I don't know if that ruined your sports career forever. But it affected your leg for my sports. Career was ruined before. I've interviewed many people over the years, and I've learned that a lot of artists and writers and scholars at some period in their life. We're sick or physically laid up for an injury. Oh, interesting. Yeah. And they stayed home, and they read or they stayed home. And they drew or they stayed home. And they listen to our played music and wondering if being laid up from an injury for awhile effect affected, your desire to and your time. To immerse yourself in books. I was book is from the beginning. I love books. My mother used to read me the greatest book ever written to me was the poky little puppy. I gave it to my mother. Once I found the first edition when I was at adult, and I give it to him for birthday, and she burst into tears because he's reading that book all the time, and my father would just make up stories and tell my brother, and and me, but I was in traction for six weeks in traction when a time when you're young. Yeah. I was fifteen years old and that is a longtime and buy in traction. I mean, all my back with my foot up with weights. They don't do that anymore for this particular kind of I had a broken hip. It was just misdiagnose. Yeah. And I was in the hospital for six weeks, and it's just crazy and a doctor from the Philippines taught me to play chess at western University Medical Center, Morgantown, West Virginia. And he come around rounds. It we'd have the chessboard setup in human couple a move. Then he come he come back. And then he did. And I read quite a lot. But also watch TV. And TV was on kind of like the hearth in New England RTA when we woke up the TV was on and nobody ever turned it off to you went to sleep. And I watched reruns of the early black films like Amos, and Andy and Beulah all that was on still in one thousand nine sixty five in syndication, and I learned a lot about the medium and deep down. I realized in retrospect that my desire to make films was probably about that time. Did you watch movies on TV? I loved them. And they only put remember the late show. Oh, yeah. And then there was the late late show. And at the time the airwaves are so segregated the only black films on the late late show. And then black people would. Tell each other. They would say, you know, be sure to watch the late late show tonight because imitation of life which. Thirty four with Claudette. Colbert. I am when this little girl's passing for she passes for white and breaks or mothers. And it's the woman who invents box pancake mix, right? Like the antibiotics figure, and she's the cook for Claudette Colbert and seeing Claudette Colbert both unmarried mothers. And she invents this pancake mix. The name become fabulously wealthy. And the black woman says all she wants is enough money to have a New Orleans type funeral. So everybody knew that this whole thing was building to the climax when Delilah is her name a character and see dazzle broken heart because her little girl passes for white and goes off and never sees her again. And you the last scene is the funeral and they have a horse drawn carriage beautiful, and they got the brothers uniforms with swords and stuff coming out of the church with the sad black church music. And then you see. This white girl next to Claudette Colbert, it you realize it's Biala grownup coming back, and she throws herself on the casket. I'm sorry. I killed my mom. At this point. I run over to my mother, my mom never pass for white. Mama. I love I love you being black. If you had a family that pass for white family that pass. Yeah. Yeah. The gates is my father looked white. I three picture in the obituary, you look why. Yeah. Yeah. And my grandfather was so white. We call them casper. But I have an announcement to being in front of all these people and all these viewers. I'm here to ask on on the on behalf our products. It's there if you will be a guest in next you?.

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"avent" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:58 min | 2 years ago

"avent" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Maybe chocolate that that music component is so unique. How did you come up with this idea? Well, there are lots of different experiences that I that I've had in my life that that formed my thoughts behind this. But really into the idea of music tasting is is is tasting variety of different genres of music in one evening. So we often find ourselves constrained by the cultural influences of our upbringing food, drink cultural occasions during the year and musical influences. Well, and so what I try to do in our events is really explore their sensory experience. Learn what they really love. And you know, I hear some people all the time. I hate opera or I don't like white wine. And I want to say to them do not like all white wine or do you not like tasteless peanut Gratiot that your mother-in-law served at thanksgiving? Right. Don't don't make these or try not to make these global statements be adventurous learn what you what you like and use all your senses to do that for us at five senses. It's really based in sound bringing it out of the background into the foreground. Well, it's amazing. Whether you're cognizant of it or not when you put on an event all of the sensors are getting ignited for better for worse. So you might as well. Think about that be really mindful in the music that you're choosing. And the food. You're even the smell of the room the look of the room. All those things creates an ambiance. So can you tell me what are some of the occasions that maybe people would want to incorporate this program into absolutely? So this can really run the gamut for us. You know, obviously, wineries and wine bars have celebrations of of their products corporations client appreciation events things like that on a personal level anniversary parties housewarmings events that really tell a story and to your point, you know, everything is really about that ambience. But I'm sure in the last week you as have I been at an event where sound was nonspecific. It was in the background and distract and afterthoughts afterthought. And we customize for all our senses all the time. We choose what we want to eat every night what we want to drink. What we want to put on? But we do not. Customize for a sense of sound. And so that's the added bonus that we bring to our events is this sound that we or the sense that we forget to remember is our sense of sand. So what kind of music do people have as options are, right? So again at our events we present between five and eight different genres of music, everything from jazz to classical country rock Flamenco opera. You know, this is kind of flight of music think of a flight of wine, which for those who might not know the term just means a sampling of three four or five different wines that tell a story. This is a flight as music. So let's say you think you don't like opera fine. You don't have to sit through two hours of it. You can just have one aria and the story behind that. And the pairing of all your senses will bring that to life in a different way than he's probably ever experienced before. I do think music is one of the most powerful ways to tell a story and to ignite your emotion. I mean, I'm sure. Everyone watching and listening will not disagree that they have heard a song before. And it can just literally transform your mood, which is what you want when you are at an event, you want people to feel something you want them to feel inspired joyful would ever it is you are trying to move them. That's really the purpose. Correct. And you know, I used this question sometimes a bit tongue in cheek. But I asked people when was the last time you cried at a piece of cheese. Because I've had some monumental cheese. Experiments. Don't get me wrong. But you know, before music was entertainment. It was communication caveman. Scratchings all art form was communicating. People still use this in the Amazon forest and the Turkish highlands. They're whistling to one another they use music to communicate. And so to think that that should be in the background. I think that goes against our natural sensory tendencies. And so what I am trying to do is bring that to people's awareness to their consciousness. Hey, I really can be aware of what I'm listening to what I'm putting in my ears just as I can be aware of harm customizing for every other sense. And no, you're actually pairing the music to the wine to the cheese, but you're eating how do they go hand in hand? How do you decide whether they're going to be complementary it adds to the experience or not right? So one thing I like to put right out there is it's completely subjective. There's no wrong or right, right? So what we do is. We are. I'll start with a story line or a theme. And then we'll start with either the Wigner the music we can kind of go either way. And what we're looking to do is bring out the flavors and the personalities of that wine. You know, is is it linen. Is it silk? Is it is it is it sounds like a cello. Is there something rich about it that brings out a cello? Or does it remind you of a flute or a piece of samba music? There are always these oral impulses that we can find in our music can in our food our and again, it's subjective. So you can do this at home, you can experiment on your own and learn what you like what goes with your favorite tough, peanut, greasy or your favorite, Pinot, Noir, and keep experimenting. Yeah. You know, so often, especially personal events can feel blah, or like, it's just like the other one, you know, but what a fun way to bring into life to incorporate an experience because I feel like so often we connect over experience. Well, and that's that's you know, the whole thing about experience for marketing is it's not just a slogan. It's actually true experiences. Become part of us. They form part of our identity. Things are great. But we adapt to them. Right. You buy a new purse? It's wonderful you adapted to it after a month or so, but an experienced farms part of our identity for the rest of our lives, and so asking people to come in and encouraging them inviting them to do that. Very purposefully. I think is what people are looking for. Now. You know, they have enough stuff. They want those moments that they can carry wisdom through their lives. Yeah. Let's make this kind of tangible for entrepreneurs her Washington listening because a lot of them are going to have events. Maybe they already have avent's. How can they maybe incorporate this into their business? Let's say they're playing event on for their employees. Right. So normally as as you said, there'll be some sort of event planned already, maybe it's a celebration of your one year of of having your business. And what I think people don't always think about when they have that event is really going into the story of why they're doing that. And that's what we try to tease out of people. What are those moments? Let's say in this year that you've been in business that you really want to highlight I can guarantee you there is a piece of music from some genre. That I can play for you. That will tell that story, and I can find some winemaker and some piece of food. That I can join into some sensory experience that your people will remember that moment as as an important milestone in their experiences being with your company, do you incorporate speaking, or is it typically just the experience starts, and it's all music, and and drinking tasting for that version of times. Oh, there's absolutely some guidance. I love working with some as and shafts or winemakers because they're so close to their product. Right. And so we'll introduce the piece or pieces of music that you'll hear and the wine and the food and the music is usually only about seven to ten minutes. Max maybe three times during the thing which really gives you a lot of time to open up your other senses. Make sure that you're engaging with those around you. So there's absolutely guidance through this journey so people who are putting on these events they can incorporate their own messaging as well. You know, maybe why they chose the song because it related to this experience from the first six months of their business that kind of thing, exactly. And and, you know, we'll speak with them at length before the event, and tell them kind of thread that we've identified from what they've told us, and you know, this piece we think you Mozart violin sonata would be really perfect here. And you know, we have a van Morrison song we think would be perfect over here. What do you think of that? You think that's does that accurately? Tell your story. Great. Okay. And for the last piece, we think probably Flamenco is going to be what you want to end the evening with. I love it. So cool. Well, we're gonna take a quick break. When we come back. We're going to talk about paving your own path. And also, how do you take an innovative idea to market? So so much more to chat about we are the biggest entrepreneur destination on the planet. This is Business Rockstars..

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Goodbye, 2018  a year of data and privacy scandals

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

04:21 min | 2 years ago

Goodbye, 2018 a year of data and privacy scandals

"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by Kabo this holiday season. Give your loved ones the gift of stress free TV with control center by Kabo the easy way to control everything connected to your TV with just one remote control center is available at C A V, O dot com and best buy control center by capo one remote that does it all. The year that was in business and technology from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Molly would. It is New Year's Eve. And that means we made it friends to the end of twenty eighteen which was by any account, a huge year in the world of business and technology. I mean, fortnight alone, right? There were also huge data and privacy scandals. Amazon search for headquarters movie pass came and went this week. We're going to be looking back at the year. That was an ahead to the stories that will be big in two thousand nineteen in tech policy NCIS which starts next week today. A look back with Tom Merritt, host of the daily tech news show. We both agreed on one thing Europe dropped the mic on tech and privacy with its big new law. The general data protection regulation or GDP are well, it looms over everything because every company that does business in Europe has to comply with it every company that is big in the United States does business in Europe and complying with it usually has knock on affects to the way. It handles privacy. And other markets. A lot of times companies are saying, well, we'll change our practice in Europe. But will also just change it everywhere else for simplification. The DP are got a good at it in a sense because it coincided I think with what I thought was sort of the biggest trend of the past year, which was this sort of collective awareness of the business model of the internet as exemplified by Facebook and Cambridge Analytica. There's the bargain we thought we were making which was giving some data in exchange for free services. And then I think there was this realization that oh, wow. We thought we gave our data to once. I turned out. We gave it to everyone. And it turned out they printed money off of it. Do you agree? Do you think that case to change it a lot for how we think about privacy? Yeah. No it up -solutely. Did you're absolutely right. I I find the case odd. But as most things are it's not the best example of this. A lot of the people reporting on it were shocked shocked to find that this kind of practice is going. Right. It wasn't new it hadn't not been reported on. And this actually wasn't the most aggressive example we've ever seen, but because of the nexus of events regarding attitudes towards Facebook and attitudes towards politics, it blew up and became the poster story for this issue. Yeah. All right. Well, so what do you think though? I mean, this wasn't the only thing that it was actually quite a momentous year. You could argue in tech avent's what what's a big one for you. You know, I think the other thing we're seeing trend wise this year is the eruption of streaming video as a battleground for companies who want to be in it before it really does overtake cable the writings on the wall. Everyone knows that streaming videos overtaking traditional cable service and everyone's getting into position the biggest example of that is Disney fighting off Comcast to buy a large majority of FOX in order to get a back catalog of television from FX FX x. And FOX studios to put in streaming services. But also it looks like they're going to get full control of Hulu after that. So Disney will be in good position to continue to compete with Netflixing prime video after that acquisition. Tom Merritt is host of the daily tech new show tomorrow, we'll talk with futurist Amy Webb about her predictions for the near future of tech. Happy new year everyone. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM December thirty first is coming up fast. And that means time is running out to support marketplace and make your gift go twice as far donate today. A marketplace dot org to invest in news, you value and trust and your contribution in any amount will be matched dollar for dollar by our friends at can Dida. Thanks for believing in what we do.

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"avent" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

Punch Up The Jam

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"avent" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

"I don't love this. This like this. For someone who's very good at guitar. It's very simple. If feels like he's like, hey, what if we just did lis-? Yeah. You had to come to something about it. Sounds off to me. Also, I'm just like is it in tune or what why does it feel like you're playing wrong notes of a song you made up? You know, maybe it's just like the very loud shaker. It might. Yeah. Vaguely tropical like Trump lounge. Maybe that's the word. I'm looking very lounge. It puts you in a mood that is a little unsettling like something's about to happen to the colts about to start. You're going to realize this wasn't like a expose at all looking for. What's it called people invite you to hotel expo? Oh, that's when people invite you to hotel. What are you talking about hotels? I didn't say enough. Hotel avent's is what I was trying. Okay. No, that's correct either. I feel like an expo is not typically at a host a world's fair in a convention. You didn't mean it convention what you meant. I mean now, we do this is to me like the first day of the convention like the optional like mean with everybody before the event starts this is the music that plays that one loop is elevator music without before he sings it's like fanciest great because as much as I dislike the dude he's a fucking phenomenal musician. Yeah. Right. Is Not. not this is what I would always come back to the screaming arguments. I'd be like he's so guitar. We soak it which I kind of like, I mean, I honestly, I know so little about music that I was I only knew that. Because other people had told me that he was very good Qatar. Yeah. I don't know how these guitars work. If you're good or bad at them. Cool all very hard to me. I feel like I did that a lot growing up just being like staked all of my personality on this went artists or anyone say, they don't like them. Like that's wrong. Yes. I had my away message on instant messenger. Remember away messages was a link to an article of some college newspaper somewhere that the headline was John Mayer is actually very good something. And it was like some argument as to why he was good which was really just he's good at guitar, but it was such an aggressive away hitting usually it was like don't hate me. Cause you ain't me. You're like, oh, actually good folk. Exactly don't come at me with John Mayer bullshit because I'm not here for it. Just going to say that it was like a quote of his lyrics, but just like a defensive did though, you're wrong. I once had a quote this is during the break-up during. The seven months of sadness that followed the break-up. One of my away message quotes was quote from John Mayer split screen sadness. And I remember putting it up there like. Yep. Good. And then going off and doing the things that I you know, when you weren't actually away, but you were just one room and three of my friends like like messages came in from them being like something like Jesus Christ dude like get over her. I'm so surprised you weren't getting laid in high school..

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"avent" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"avent" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"To nine on your cell pound law. That's all lightning avalanche Wednesday night at nine on nine. Seventy WFL a the home of lightning hockey. The best movies the best movies for families to watch are in fact, family well among the best family movies, especially those that have not been seen in a long long time because nobody has the equipment to play them anymore. If there is a member of the family who wants upon a time carried a video camera to avent's Betamax, probably VHS something like that. Maybe even super eight film that stuff is just been sitting around somewhere on watched because nobody has a super eight projector anymore or Betamax VHS tape player. So what do you do with this stuff? You wanna see it? If thinking what's on there, but you can't possibly remember every photo or every family home movie. That's out there. And you'd love to see them again. And now, you can the only thing keeping you from seeing it is the equipment to watch them. Well, there's a company that makes all of this possible. Now, it's called legacy box. They have made memories come alive again for more than four hundred thousand families. They have the gear rows and rows. VCR machines. Every imaginable film projector legacy box transfers, everything to a digital format for you in just a couple of weeks time, and they do.

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"avent" Discussed on Unfilter

Unfilter

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"avent" Discussed on Unfilter

"About all of these protests that have been going on what about all these protests where somebody creates signs they organized people to get into avent's something tells me there's a lot of money there's a rich son of a bitch behind all of these massive protests that are taking place across the us one in which i just was stuck in and i'll get into here in just a moment isn't that exactly the same thing according to the indictment the americans did not know they were communicating with russians i don't think many people in the protests know that they're communicating with the company that's funded by george soros or the coke brothers i think that you could make that same argument the russians were really good at this after the election it took months for congress the us government independent researchers an investigative journalists to figure out what really had just gone on you know they're just using the existing avenues that other influencers are using they didn't create a single new avenue that's why it's such bullshit it's such bullshit and there was a recent hearing it was it was a hearing with doj officials and fbi director really extensively about hillary clinton email investigation and the rush investigation and it was extremely heated inside a house hearing room political production i'm reading what the press set i'm reading i would suggest that you not rely on what the precedence who we supposed to believe thank you for making clear it's not personal mr jordan i didn't i'm saying this because i'm telling the truth and i'm under oath the hearing extensively focused on fbi actions during the hilary clinton email investigation in two thousand sixteen and that senior agent working on the russia investigation at the time who exchanged anti trump text messages with a colleague he was having an affair with at one point agent peter struck saying of a trump presidency we'll stop it these people were also the very same people who were assigned to investigate the man that they hated then candidate donald trump critics you see all this as a cover for republicans real purpose they said to try and undermine the special counsel investigation overseen by deputy attorney general rod rosenstein they're not interested in protecting our country from a future attack or holding responsible those who worked with the russians this is just an effort to work as the president's fixers in congress now this democrat of california has been one of the biggest pathetic losers when he goes on cooker he can't defend his position at all he's been on there times we've played both appearances on the show he is so balls deep and i hate that expression he is so balls deep in the putin forty chess player story that that was the guy that go to the couldn't find someone the only other person that would be more bias on this topic would be sheriff woody while those who worked with the russians this is just an effort to work as the president's fixers and congress the.

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"avent" Discussed on Front End Happy Hour

Front End Happy Hour

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"avent" Discussed on Front End Happy Hour

"If you're a company that doesn't have historical data like even like consider like past experiences that might be a time that it's too early testing u ear like so new that you don't have anything to kind of base you're like tests on that might be completely wrong i don't know i don't know to differ valid point yeah like if you're going to be testing something around the super bowl you know things are going to behave differently than if you're testing you know it depends on your business that seasonality is a good thing to think of when you're running an av test their even think about is for season is like the day of the week too right so even if you had depending on the section of application that gets used widely used you might have enough traffic till like actually get a decent read on it in like two days but that could be like a weekend and that's probably not that's not really hitting your season ality you wanna lease run at across all days of the week to really get a better understanding but then also you have you have super bowl on the sunday and that like increases traffic or something like that that could actually not really read right so you might actually want another set of day of the week as well i think if you're looking for something small if you think the effect between ambi is going to be small and that you cannot get enough sample size the read from your test is going to be useless it's not going to be trustworthy so in that avent's it's better that you just go with your gut on what you think is better than getting bad data that's gonna shake your gut right so if you think that a is better because this color is better and you can't actually get enough sample size to detect whether there is a difference just roll out a because if you get test results that short show that be is sort of leaning better than you're going to second guess yourself at it seems counterintuitive coming from someone who works data science but i'd much rather.

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"avent" Discussed on WARRIOR WEALTH

WARRIOR WEALTH

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"avent" Discussed on WARRIOR WEALTH

"Well i just shared two and a half minutes with you that none of you got the fucking here because our stream died so right now i'm going to sit here for few seconds instead of sharing what i dish shared again i'm going to wait until my team actually verifies that we are live and that you are in the mix with me and that you can see me and the we've got comment so let's give some comments up in the chat so that we make sure that this shit's actually happening real time so i don't go off and poor all my energy into training here tonight and ultimately not have any of you able to watch it chat in the conversation let us know that you can hear us clear right now and that you can see this livestream just fine and as you do that my team is going to give me some feedback on that so that we know we are good to go meanwhile i will sit here we're going to go okay gentlemen and a few lucky ladies welcome back here to the world series this episode number four in our five part series we'll conclude tomorrow night for free this entire series is to accomplish two things one very blatant pitch through you to come and attend with us the worry well business leadership summit happening june thirteenth fourteenth and fifteenth then huntington beach california at the hotel we have sold out two hundred and eighty of those seats and we have twenty seats still available by application only last night we had almost fifty applications come in after episode number three half of those have been eliminated is not good candidates for the game right now and have been given that instruction and the other half while we're still sitting to see as the rest of these series play out we will solidify the remaining twenty seats up this event by the end of this weekend that were handful that we gave away today if you are an individual man inside of this game tonight's conversation or any other conversation or maybe this your first time here your opportunity to apply to attend the where he well business leadership summit is down below this video also if you are a woman here in this game obviously this event is not for you but we do have avent's coming up for women.

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"avent" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"avent" Discussed on Revision Path

"Now for this week's interview i'm talking to alex binder a us designer at on shift in cleveland ohio let's start the show all right so tell us who you are and what you do my name is alex binder and i'm like us designer from the cleveland area currently work in a software company called on shift what is it like in the cleveland area for design can you tell me about the design community there i would say the majority of the design communities really focused around branding unlike pre design stuff like that and if they are working on interactive stuff usually is like marketing size so it's kinda different from what i do since i kind of i'm we'll have one liked to few positions that were on product if that makes sense does that make it difficult in terms of like networking or letting people know about what you're doing i think it's difficult when it comes to like finding events that resonate with me a little bit more because i feel like there are a lot of avent's that kinda talk more about branding in print design and stuff like that and even than these talking more specifically about aig but even with the us organization frequent a little bit more often called uspa they tend to focus a lot on live marketing sites in specific kinds of conversions versus like you know building a holistic product for the person to use day in day out so just across the board in this area they're just i guess these organizations just don't realize they're kind of like these products the software product companies popping up all over the place and i think they'll kind of catch up pretty soon if this thing you mentioned a edgy we had timothy barred levin's back on the show last year he does you ex for microsoft and i remember one of the things that we spoke about was how aig i guess at the time i don't know if this is still the case but how the organization wasn't really looking at you x as design or they didn't consider design.

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"avent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"avent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"That's pretty basic but sinclair is a group of of tv stations that have affiliations with nbc cbs abc and fox in other words there stations run stephen colbert kimmel and stephanopoulos and otherwise they'd lose their affiliations because they think that sinclair is breaking through the liberal narrative or threatens to liberal narrative so that mean this recent business of the last twenty four forty eight hours where sinclair has been taking criticism from cnn and others because they're putting out word to you know to their all of their stations that they need to run certain messages what is left out of all of this is that cnn south not to mention msn nbc abc cbs nbc they all have their liberal narrative down pat they do exactly what they are complaining about what they don't like is that it's a diff it's conservative narrative of avent's that it that it's a different of opinion i mean this is why sean they can't stand you i mean i it just astonishes me i mean you you know you know what the saddest thing show every day and you're on it and of course they cannot stand it you know what's so amazing to me is they've got every outlet they want i don't see conservatives occasionally it happens i've never supported boycotts my whole life but if you don't like a particular radio or tv show and i don't like to remind my audience of this because i don't want people to do it and we try to produce a show every day that they'd never wanted tune out but at the end of the day i mean everybody has the power you don't have to watch it you don't have to listen to it and there are more options available than they've ever been before and the idea that you want to silence people either through these boycotts or intimidation efforts you know to me kelly it's just all they want is to silence conservative voice they don't even want him to be beheaded or giving people the option of hearing them about censoring they want to stifle conservatism.

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"avent" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"avent" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Not father was a helicopter pilot and the sergeant in him stop the helicopter to a race siemian we're going to check their marijuana plant in the wind free and he he say in the running just took off my father took coughing helicopter to try to you know stay people he was going in his power lines and killed him for the collar last week not fog would still be alive is someone who was convicted comedian nonviolent tax it just say were yeah worried about my father going out and have hot spring and i been i am with the foster i just think everybody should be doing the mall fine thank you guys a tough subject talk about our country bryant has a lot of healing to do we've come a long way we i've heard you say this talking point we've got a lot of healing to do for a long time now but we're still continuing to go through this but nothing's really changing we implemented the body cameras but we have the ability for the cops stick the body cameras off just this past week in baton rouge the police officers that were involved within the the killing over there that launched a large black lives matter movement they were acquitted that they were fired afterwards and that that was the thing it's like you know why were they still with the police department but you can t there's a continuation of avent's where we see that a police officer does this a young man young woman of color dyes but the police aren't held accountable they they get off scotfree.

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