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"avia" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:41 min | 2 months ago

"avia" Discussed on WTOP

"To four to ban cell phones during class and in locker rooms and bathrooms They can only be used in emergencies The school board is asking county staff to provide data on exactly how this policy should be enforced Also two people are now dead one injured after a shooting at a church in Alabama At about 6 22 p.m. this evening the best avia hills police department was dispatched to a call up an active shooter At the saint Stephens Episcopal Church that is police captain Shane ware of the stevia hills which is a suburb of Birmingham police say the person entered a small group church meeting and began shooting that person is in custody Again that church located in suburban Birmingham Alabama The 18 year old accused of killing ten black people at a buffalo supermarket made his first appearance in federal court today one day after being charged with federal hate crimes 18 year old Peyton gender and told a judge he only has $16 in the bank and two shares of Disney stock and hasn't had a job in a year He was assigned a public defender as he faces ten counts each of hate crime resulting in death and other federal hate crime charges He could face the death penalty He's been held without bail since the mass shooting on May 14th at a top supermarket in Buffalo Who's white is accused of targeting blacks in a racially motivated attack Wendy Gillette CBS News New York a bipartisan group of senators are still trying to settle on language for a gun safety Bill and that's raising doubts about whether a deal can be reached by July 4th Politico reports the group still doesn't have a deal for language related to incentivizing red flag laws or closing the so called boyfriend loophole which allows abusive dating partners to have guns Senators had hoped to reach a final agreement today they need text in the coming days to have any chance of passing the package by the end of next week After that the Senate is out for a two week recess and supporters of the framework worry that would allow opponents to kill the bill Gripping details today about the violence on January 6th that the latest select committee hearing and they show that former vice president Mike Pence's life may have been in more danger than originally thought WTO peace Mitchell Miller reports from Capitol Hill Rioters chanting hang Mike Pence and the mob surged into the capitol only minutes after former president Trump tweeted criticism of pence for not blocking the Electoral College results Panel member and congressman Pete egg will says rioters got within 40 feet of Pence and Aguilar also pointed to a recent court filing with new information about an extremist group The confidential informant from the Proud Boys told the FBI the Proud Boys would have killed Mike Pence if given a chance Committee vice chair Liz Cheney says testimony shows the former president repeatedly ignored warning signs about a dubious legal theory linked to overturning the election while Pence did what he was supposed to do He did his duty President Trump unequivocally did not On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO news Greg Jacob Mike Pence's former lawyer testified before the committee vice news deputy D.C. bureau chief Todd's willick spoke with WTO a little earlier tonight about what Jacob had to say His testimony was that John eastman sort of shrugged and said well there's been violence at lots of points throughout our history that he kind of blew that off And that was a shocking revelation that this lawyer advising the president of the United States was so willing to shrug off the likely violence that he was advised would come from his own advice to the president It's 1136 If.

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"avia" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"avia" Discussed on Security Now

"For these reasons kosei as visa solution platform was a perfect foil for revival among other functionality. Avia say what is the deployment of software via these agents and automation of it tasks as such visa agents and their actions obtain and run with a high level of trust on customer devices. Right trust what. it does. Turn off antivirus. Because we were getting some pesky false positives on our it automation and we don't want those. We don't want pop ups we just want it did. Visa should be able to do whatever it wants. By infiltrating the visa server any attached client will perform without question whatever task visa server requests security analysts have suggested that this is probably one of the reasons why ca ceo was targeted in the first place in other words the rievaulx affiliate who managed to infiltrate kosei almost certainly did it deliberately because they appreciated the size and power the scope of the attack that they would be able to achieve in that sense. It's very much like the The the attack against the solar winds right and they realized if they got into solar winds they be able to push it out to all of soul solar winds many customers via their update. The supply chain attack man. That's right baby higher up the food chain. you're going to get more exactly alz. Yeah so as we all know. By this time that clever regional a revival affiliate was correct in one headline grabbing instance. The swedish supermarket chain coop was forced to.

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"avia" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:34 min | 1 year ago

"avia" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I spoke with Dr John. How Avia May President About one. Health health is really a collaboration between positions and veterinarians. Public health officials, for example, in Minnesota state public health veterinarian deals with zoonotic diseases. Rabies, for example. Animals are sentenced for humans, humans or sentence infections. There's more valuable information at a va dot or use a radio news is not calling the presidential race until all legal challenges are resolved. Use a radio news Timberg updates US on Pennsylvania voters. President Trump's campaign manager Bill Stepien says President Trump is not backing down. President Trump has refused to concede the 2020 presidential election to Democrat challenger Joe Biden. The president's team has filed more than a dozen legal challenges as part of an effort to contest the results of the 2020 election, including in Pennsylvania, Nevada, Georgia and Michigan. Former South Carolina congressman Trey Gowdy tells Fox News where the president has the best hope for legal victories, Pennsylvania because that's the clear cut legal issue. Potential Vanya Legislature did not allow for ballots to be received after certain deadline on Election Day. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court, not the Legislature, the Supreme Court said you could accept him for three days. The president's position, and the position of others is the court doesn't get to make that decision, so that's a clear cut legal issue. More lawsuits are expected. Monday night Football saw the Patriots beat the windless Jets. 30 to 27 just quarterback Joe Flacco says they need to stay positive. We're over nines that we're dealing with a lot of those right now, and this is just going to be something that adds to it. I think we've done a really good job during the week for USA Radio News. I'm Lance Pryce. ATTENTION business owners body slammed by overwhelming America should be grateful to God for the blessing given us Don't let anyone America's best days behind. We have got to fight for this nation because I believe with all my heart destination is, in fact, one nation 63 63 11 10 63 63 11. So I've gotten e mails about the prayer. Just some people have asked me to make sure I'm on their email lists. You probably are. But I will make sure that you are when that when that comes out, so You know, it'll be out today or tonight for sure. Some already went out so that we have so many different list. So there's a couple that I control that went out already, so You'll get that. And hopefully you'll The faithful to pray that every day 6 10 363 11 10. We do have our AG report coming up and Before we get to that, you know, the markets are mixed with the NASDAQ is down over 1%. Everything else is just kind of along the flatline. Either about ready to go negative or just going negative. So You know, we'll see what happens. The was way overheated yesterday. I think everybody realized it. Oil is still up oils up over almost 2% into $41 a barrel. So that is good news, all the energy commodities all the energy commodities are in positive territory in a significant way, not gases of 3.3%, so everything is moving up. That's really a bit Ah, demand story. And supply fuel supply is low in the joys have been down. We'll see what Wednesday looks like for invent stories tomorrow, but inventories have been Down. Production has been somewhat flat as and hasn't picked up. Refinery capacity has been okay. Not running at full capacity, so in demand has been still somewhat low. But it looks as though you know we're coming up on the holidays were coming up on black Friday. And, you know, hopefully all of that or pick up the real driver yesterday was not only the vaccine, but it was the news coming out of Taiwan about their exports was the biggest day they've ever had. Taiwan a huge, huge, huge oil of user of energy. All the energy that they bring in. It's pretty much imported in So when we see that kind of pick up an industrial production and in China as well, picking up industrial production, so India still struggling a little bit of a matter of fact, tomorrow I'm gonna have somebody on the air with us think tomorrow on from India partners talking about where we are and what we've done and You know, I asked them this morning early if you would You know, Give me enough days. So we could get a feel for all of that, So we'll get that this week. So I'm excited about that. Right. Well, see, you know the commodity side of things. I know Craig Taggart's been been working hard to keep all that together and get that together. Tryingto track Where are farmers are basically what we've got now is some are going to try to paint a picture of good news for you. The AG sector. Why? Because China is going toe Um Do whatever. They want to do and whatever we asked him to do, because if they do what we ask them to do, then we're going to let them do whatever they want to do. And you know everything is going to go back. If Biden gets elected, everything is going to go back to where it was in very, very, very, very short order. NATO will be under funded, Our military will be under funded, our military might will begin to diminish dramatically are Our rob contributions to World Trade Organization will pick back up again. All the countries that hate us that we stopped funding. We will be funding. There will be a new Iran deal we will sign or into the pair Paris Carbon emissions treaty again. We'll sign back on to that, even though we haven't been in it for a while, we still have the number one Country for the reduction of carbon emissions, and we're not. We don't need a treaty to do that. But all of that self is goingto pick back up again. And we're gonna be cutting deals with Russia will be cutting major deals with China. We're going to continue to try to be friend, the terrorist regime of Iran. We will do everything we can to hurt Israel. I mean, listen, you've got to know we had an Obama administration that act that absolutely despised every piece of real estate that Israel controlled. He actually spent money and sent lawyers over. To get Netanyahu out of office. In the during that one election they despise is where are they going to do everything to dismantle what has been done for the nation of Israel? All of that is going to happen. We shouldn't forget that Biden was part of that administration. Yes. Good point. Yes, We can't. We can't forget that. I mean, this is an administration that that you know, and I don't have to tell you that the if Biden wins, Kamala Harris is going to be president by June. And she despises Israel..

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"avia" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"avia" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Convention in Washington, D. C. I spoke with Dr John. How Avia May President About one. Health health is really a collaboration between positions and veterinarians. Public health officials, for example, in Minnesota state public health veterinarian deals with zoonotic diseases. Rabies, for example. Animals are sentenced for humans and humans are sentenced infections. There's more valuable information at a va dot or California governor Gavin Newsom is calling attention to racial bias and death penalty trials. Newsome filed a brief in the case of Dante Lamont McDaniel, who was sentenced to death in 2009 for the murder of two people. In the brief filed on Monday with the state Supreme Court lawyers on behalf of the governor argued not requiring Juries to agree on aggravating factors increased racial discrimination in death penalty cases. They claim that studies have shown the percentage of black people excluded from Juries in death penalty cases was double to triple that of white Major League Baseball is looking at some major financial issues. US radio networks. Dan Iraqi has the details. Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred gave a grim look at the league's books, saying the Corona virus pandemic has put the league more than $8 billion in debt. In an interview Monday was Portico, Manfred said the 30 major league clubs. They're expected to compile nearly $3 billion in operational losses this season, he said. There are many questions entering the 2021 season. With uncertainty over whether or not teams will be able to welcome fans back into their stadiums, which cost clubs a majority of their revenue This season. Questions also surround the Toronto Blue Jays and whether they'll be able to play any of their season at their home stadium. With current travel restrictions between the U. S and Canada. Manfred also cited sacrifices from the players Union has one of the forces that allowed the shortened season to be played. More news can be found online and use a radio dot com for USA Radio News. I'm Timberg. Donors supporters classroom..

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"avia" Discussed on The Dork Forest

The Dork Forest

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"avia" Discussed on The Dork Forest

"And then cuz you Gotta Throw That cookies to the baby that's downstairs. Okay been fat in place around have well, there's a way I can get behind and covered with people in the in the fat and the cover it all with pineapple juice and then bake that seems just seems like a lot of phlegm. First happening and it seems a little busy. Yeah, we're like sitting it's going to give me just a little a little bird little bird for home burn lutefisk suppers. I like that. They also like like yeah, there's really pissed gets a little bit supper. Like it does need a whole section. Tell the as a we're almost at an hour here, please describe a lunar Fisk. How do you make lutefisk in this thing? I don't know how you make it but it's it tastes. It looks like egg whites with shrimps and that is the best mom light description of what it looks like. I've always said that it looks like spit it looks like mucus. Yeah, that is got floating white fish in it because I believe that it is baked and then boiled. Yeah, and there's there's poison involve that there's lying. That is poison. Yeah. I think know maybe just like was the one thing that survived Winters and Ed. And an Avia and it was very amused you had to eat something and white and there's plenty of fish available. I think we found I found the winner here of the church basement loaded full feeds. Oh like yeah because feeds that's the event not just like it feeds someone if they were ever justification for second helpings. It was at the annual church basement lutefisk feeds. I don't know about that long. Lutefisk dinner for 1212..

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"avia" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"avia" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"C. I spoke with Dr John. How Avia May President About one. Health health is really a collaboration between positions. Veterinarians. Health officials, for example, in Minnesota state public veterinarian deals with zoonotic diseases. Rabies, for example. Animals or sentence for humans, humans or sentence infections. There's more valuable information at a the dot or farmers are about to get some relief as use radios. Timberg reports, President Trump announced a new round of pandemic assistance to farmers of about $13 billion at a campaign rally in Wisconsin. Delivering aid to an important sector in a battleground state starting next week by administration. Is committing an additional You've been asking for this for a long time. $13 billion in relief to help farmers recover from the China virus, including Wisconsin's incredible dairy cranberry. And Jin sing farmers who got hurt badly. Wisconsin is known for its milk and cheese industries, which have been hard hit by both trade conflict with China and the Cove in 19 pandemic. A driver in Detroit is behind bars after he jumped his car over a rising drawbridge on the city's west side. Drawbridge operator Andre Lock, talk to television station W D. I V about the incident. He looked at the cards said No, He ain't but he did his tires gate over there. The police call described it as the Dukes of Hazzard, Locke said. He called it the Blues brothers. He also said that it was a first for him. To Your post reports that this year's.

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Future of Cognitive Automation: Interview with Manish Rai, VP, Automation Anywhere

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

07:24 min | 2 years ago

Future of Cognitive Automation: Interview with Manish Rai, VP, Automation Anywhere

"Hello and welcome to the today podcast. I'm your host Catholic And I'm your host Ronald Schmeltzer. So today we're really thrilled to be here at automation anywhere for day. And we have a special guest. Our guest is who is the VP of product marketing automation anywhere. How many thank you so much for joining us on today's Today podcast. Thank you for having me. Yeah thanks for joining us today. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners. And tell them a little bit about your background and your current role at automation anywhere. My Name is money. Sri and vice president of product marketing. I'm responsible for all the offerings automation. Anyway I have been in the industry for twenty years and in product marketing for the last fifteen years and I focused on AI. For at least five years out of those fifteen years so really excited to be here and excited to be talking to you and your community who gray and I think you here at at the day. The focus that I a part is intelligent automation for our listeners and intelligent automation has gained adoption in many sectors in recent years and one of those places that people may be familiar with intelligent automations as concert robotic process automation. Rpi So many people see our and intelligent automation as a gateway to more cognitive forms of automation. Such as artificial intelligence and so. What role does play to move? Companies up this ladder of intelligent automation so arbeit is primarily used to buy enterprises to automate repetitive business processes and what? Rta has gotten good at over. The last decade of innovation is going to wear the decides helping companies collected from the systems where the data decides and oftentimes that data is split across multiple it systems. That could be a legacy mainframe system DOS system and a modern cloud based enterprise software and it can find that data stitched together formatted in the right format so it can be used by platforms starts fair. A big value comes in and then often people take that data upload to a platform and the cloud and then it gives you some results and you have to act on them and again our P. is handy is taking those results and triggering the next steps in the workflow in the enterprise system so increasingly what people are finding is arpey is the perfect solution for orchestrating. Ai and it's more so because today you have a fragmented ecosystem of platforms that is companies like Beta robot. That might have good Auto Mau. Google translate may work very well versus Microsoft. Osceola works handwriting. And so when you try to combine that together and use those technologies you pick the best of breed from these solutions and is a natural solution for staging than orchestrating across that and that leads into my next question because I think that in order for organizations to really get and realized the power of intelligent automation they need to combine technologies and approaches including our PA but then other cognitive technologies as well. You know like you said they WanNa pick and choose the best. They don't want to be locked into just one vendor or one solution and we see this around our seven patterns of Aids while the our listeners. Know we talk about a lot on our podcast. So the idea of hyper personalization. And if they want predictive analytics and they want gold driven systems and they want to be able to spot patterns or anomaly. They're going to need different solutions in different toolkits for each of those. So can you share with us some examples where RPI and other approaches are used together to help address some of these challenges and automation? Yeah I think if you look back at the history of the company one of the first Will be spotted. An opportunity was in understanding document. Because when you were can start automating processes in the back office. Many of the order to cash procure to be you have invoices and purchase orders. Which are people? Based and fortunately there's lack of standardization of what invoice should look like and sometimes marketing folks like myself go crazy and making the invoices looking pretty which creates a challenge for technology put understanding and processing it so dot be looked at all the INTELLIGENCIA solutions and David. Not Designed for business. Use It in mind who using our automate these processes so we decided to create Iq Baud. Which was a new category intelligence document processing? Today's the fastest growing category in enterprise software growing faster than our and. It's the fastest growing product line and automation. So that was the first stadium be saw we have more than five hundred customers who are using that and every quarter hundreds of new customers as signing on so it's adoption like. I think we were talking to one of the investors and who was saying that if I was a standalone company. It'll be a unicorn in itself so that's one eighty via seeing tremendous adoption. Second Avia people started looking at it when you're looking to automate. Business processes often the underlying applications change. And you need more intelligence to adopt changes in the application for minor. Changes and computer vision comes into play. That's where we started applying ai sense which uses deep learning and computer vision to adopt changes and also work in difficult to automate environments like virtual desktop environments. Where you don't get legless screen like ice? Gm page streamed as an image. So you have to use computer vision to understand. The different fees are so a robot can click on that field and perform some action then. What we found lately is the number of use cases. Starting couple of years started multiplying big time. We have a big company. That's destructing the hospitality space and David getting thousands of listings from people wanting to list their property on their site and David combat images and people will have to manually review the image to extract amenities and they created a model in using computer vision. Now an rt about takes. The listing sends the images to Google preteen model which automatically extracts the amenities available based on the pictures. And they found that they can approve twice as many listings. Now at me the listings went up to experts because a lot of people who list and they'll be waiting for approvals and they'll abandon the listing so their listings went up to x by using automation. And that's an example and other company to Silicon Manufacturing and they take pictures to figure out defect and people are manually analyzing those pictures look for defects to do they need to reject the way for and now the train the computer vision model in the cloud and be takes those pictures. Upload Staten Automatically determines what should be rejected. So they're a lot of interesting these use cases via beginning to see

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Gaining Financial Dignity with Stacey Flowers

RISE Podcast

06:41 min | 2 years ago

Gaining Financial Dignity with Stacey Flowers

"What I would love to know. Because I'll tell you how I discovered you but I I think it would be no. I'll just say how I discovered you because I think it was an act of God. I always feel like the universe conspires to make things come together. I was watching a youtube video about. I don't even remember what. And then you know how youtube serves up little tiny videos on the side. I saw your head talk and clicked on it and literally within twenty minutes of senior Tedtalk. I had creeped on everything about you online. I had sent you a DM on instagram. And ask you to speak at Rice. And the reason I tell that story for you but also to our listeners is I think that women struggle so much with putting themselves out there and wanting to show off their work or acknowledging it and if you hadn't put that video on your youtube we wouldn't be having this conversation so it's super super important to talk so much about power to stand in your own power but I'm gonNA assume that your origin story is did not start from the place that you are now. So will you tell listeners who you are and what you do and kind of the story of how you got to where you are absolutely so what? I tell people in the morning when I do. My show is that my name is stacey flowers real last name because nobody believes me and I make a living through talking. Just like Oprah I do it from the stage and from the sage I talk about happiness empower also. Do It via coaching with me. Coaching women to be more amazing than I do. Avia influencing and that's kind of weird sort of our story intersected with you finding the Tedtalk and then finding other content so on the influencing side on Youtube I've been documenting restoring my financial journey after like this big huge monumental public failure in my company Started with me making about eight hundred dollars a month working part time at cafe to now earning about ten K. A month net working part time in my company and the like to kind of give people that background because it gives you the scope of like how I am as a person in terms of the work that I'm putting out but I think the other thing that's really going on in my life right now. That gives a little bit. More of the backstory is that I'm a mom of nearly eighteen year old human being which feel crazy when you ever seen. Stacy you need to go. Look at her instagram right. Now you will not believe. It's possible that she has an eighteen year old yet like I I know it I see it. I barely believe in so like I'm in full blown like empty nest syndrome slash. How is my child almost like legally able to Mary and another another? He wants to like it. Just it doesn't make any sense. Oh I'm in this very interesting space right now in my company and in my personal life with regards to those two things being there and then the last thing that I love for people to know is that I'm an eight because the deeper we dive into on the Graham. I don't know if you do any Graham. I think are talked about the queen of India. Graham it is our favorite conversation here at the office and I feel like when you know. Someone's number you're like okay. We Are you an eight seven. You gotta be an eight. Yes eight seven. Yeah Yeah. I'm an eight seven but I like to tell people that because before I knew that I was in eight like I really didn't have a framework to sort of organize a lot of my experiences. That led up to this moment but the minute. I took it I was like what? Yeah now my life makes sense to me. So it's been it's been really exciting so that's kind of a little bit about who? I am now and like the work that I do now. It's super interesting about that too is that. I don't know a lot of women who are eights who will confidently claim that number. And if you don't if y'all know what we were speaking in a language right now if you please a I feel like I've talked about ten million times. You can go google it but if you understand any Graham you understand. The eight is the challenger which oftentimes gets a bad rap but also the eight is a world changer. Mother Theresa wasn't a Martin Luther King. Junior was a there are so many powerful AIDS but not a lot of women. Of course your your whole thing is about power. Not a lot of women will own that. What was that journey like for you? Where you immediately like. Hell yes or did it take you a moment kind of come to terms with it. It took me a moment to cut so privately. I was like yes I know. Why why him? But it was a very private thing because then I was like Oh my God like all of the things that I thought as a kid. They're true and like now people like people are going to know and so it took me a little bit but like what I like about. The Graham is a gives you like the range of how you how you are when you're at your best and then how you are when you're under stress. And so when I looked at it I was just like you know stacey all of these years that you've been trying to pretend that you're not an eight this is what's making it hard for you like this is what's making people have a bad reaction to you being a woman who is as powerful as you actually are. What would happen if you just Kinda show up in your full eight minutes likes what would happen if you did that. And honestly that's sort of like what happened from with my tedtalk going out like that happened before I had my big fall and so it's just like that was already out there so when I started documenting my financial journey which was really hard because it was such a contrast to the experience doing a tedtalk and traveling around the world. It was like I have these two really contracting experiences. But I'm like if I'm going to talk about it I'm GonNa talk about it completely in that directly came from me wanting to own my Eytan and being like even in this space where I'm starting over at the bottom. I'm still just as powerful as I was when I was standing onstage delivering that Tedtalk and since making that decision has been just like the best thing ever. That's why I always like to mention it because it's just like when you know that at the core this is who you are it's like why would you why fight it like why. Why rail against it anymore in the more and more of embraced it. The more opportunities like rise have shown up that I've been able to say yes absolutely I will surely come to your stage and do my thing like versus me being like. Oh pick me choose me. It's like I don't have that sort of thing happening in my life is much anymore. It's more people are noticing me and they're like Oh and I'm like yeah been here like but it's like the reason you didn't know because I was afraid to really embrace the nature of it because as you said most women are not aids and if they are as it's not it's not an easy thing to do because people automatically assume that we're GONNA be like this aggressive like zero tolerance type personalities. Just like no. I'm all woman. I'm just a different type of woman with a whole lot of

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Ashley Blaker: Goy Friendly

People of the Pod

10:29 min | 2 years ago

Ashley Blaker: Goy Friendly

"Talk about some. I'm pretty heavy issues. Israel Iran Patriot of Jews. So our next guest is a pretty big leap for us. Ashley Blaker is Jewish standup comedian. He is the first Orthodox Fox Jewish comedian to be given his own BBC. Show Ashley Blaker. GOYA's guide to Judaism which returned to the air in October. Two Thousand Nineteen. Now he's in New York for his latest off off Broadway. Show Ashley Blaker Goi friendly which premieres at the Soho playhouse. On February third and runs through February twenty third. While his previous off-broadway production strictly unorthodox was tailored for Jewish audiences. This one he says is not just for the Jews. It tells the story of how Ashley's close friendship with Muslim. Comedian Imron on. UCS completely changed his life with antisemitic incidents on the rise around the globe and even here in New York actually hopes to make the audience laugh but also understand stand a little bit more about their Jewish neighbors Ashley. Welcome to our studio. Thank you for having me so I have to ask you right out of the gate. anti-semitism is not funny. So how how do you address that topic with humor. Well the reality is I think he's anything can be funny. So I'll let you come to Louis showing judge whether I make. It isn't about antisemitism. I should say that there is actually a section is a band. Semitism thought. I think the more interesting is the fact that that when antisemitism is on the rise there are two ways of dealing with. This is a way of kind of hunkering down. Just going. We're we're now gonNA stick to ourselves and and try and protect ourselves and put up the security barriers and let's have lots of armed guards on the on the door in social ones bags and all of that stuff all you can kind of outreach. As it were and try and engage with the outside world and that's what my shows about about the latter it's about reaching out to the outside world and in a way this makes wants a comedy show. You know hopefully nonstop funny. Sound sound incredibly dry but Hopefully demystify Judaism a little bit. That's certainly one of the aims. Okay well I would say you could do both right. Do the security see the undercover getting having no security either. All kind of you know very good at that accused but I actually my playbill. I wrote a Performance note and for Bates Him. But I said something about how you know very good dividing ourselves as a as an in one of the things into I enjoy doing you mentioned my show strictly and also those I I love bringing choose together because we figured it kind of separating ourselves in so many different ways you know on the whole joke about the Jewish man who lands on a desert island and he builds two synagogues one ones that he'll go to one that he wouldn't ever be seen dead and that's like what we're like but I do think that there is it is an important time to actually reach out a little bit and we can. I think sometimes certainly not in any way suggesting that we. We are in any way a foot four and symptom of course but I sometimes think that actually being too insular. Isn't that helpful. Listen so now you are from the UK so well the Labor Party. I have to ask you about the Labor Party. I'm afraid But it's often regarded as the political liberal party of choice by many Jews in Great Britain. And I'm curious how you dealt with the last election and whether or not you felt politically homeless as I kept had reading about the Jewish community. There didn't myself but I'm sure other people did and I think that yes certainly in the post for many Jews the Labor faulty will have. I've been there home by just as much as the Conservative Party would be for many Liberal Democrat. We have quite a different political system. Should know to to to the Americans as many but yes I mean. It was incredible. What happened over the last few years and how symtas I'm just rose and seem to not be dealt with toll within the Labor Party in? Yeah it was a terrible thing we still really really been dealt with properly gone away. Yeah I know there were. There were several vile things said many vile things said ed by Labour politicians but then also Jeremy Corbyn himself was talking about the lack of irony that many British Jews seem to have. I don't know if you recall that particular. Yes it was Avia. Yeah it was a video I think from a while ago. Actually but he had yes he had said something. And there's a lot of these kind of allusions I think is because they. They caught clever then. They don't outright. This isn't the foul right then marking the street saying killed the Jews. It's a very allusive. Quite clever thing of of Hinson these particular weight alluding that Jews and Israel inflating the to and to you know the whole talking about antisemitism and anti Zionism also that that things that really came along with the Labor Party and I saw something videos of people saying no no we. We're not intimately to we like the right to choose. I think there's that thing of the good news and the bad news and I think that's a really good. Jews has ones March against Israel and kind of write letters to the Guardian saying that we support Sanctioned bedia smell that kind of thing uh-huh and then the ninety five percent of the badges. I mean that's clearly terrible things so it's been a really dark period and I didn't know it'll be interesting to see in the the next four five years. How things change? Have you tried to address it with humor. There over showed. I just did a toll in opened in in May with my friend Imran you mentioned draymond so imminent. He did a tour together called profit sharing actually breaking news in profit sharing seek clever title. And it's not address head on there are other people addressing this head on and the the truth is the way to look on twitter five minutes especially around the time the election to see that kind of Echo Chamber people. Don't WanNa hear they. You know you you tweet. Something about Labor Jeremy Corbyn and immediately comes back. This prepared list of twenty times. Jeremy Corbyn has both a motion ocean in parliament. That's been helpful to community Blah Blah Blah say. No one listens to each other anymore. People just spout the same thing. So I'm not sure engaging in that kind of way addressing head on is that helpful she because people just don't want to listen right. I'm sure it's the same here with trump and I'm sure there are people who are vehemently say one one thing you don't want to listen to the side. Yes that is. That is a problem that area. So I think that's something we've seen a lot particular around brexit and all these issues as we've had in the UK and the F. But so my show anyway. Mike show look comedy show. That's the the the main PARV. So I'll tell you briefly I mean essence shows. It's about yeah. Tell us about the show but then I also want to hear more about Enron and your friendship so the show about my friend she was Enron said. So that's the kind of I think in film in terms they call that the macguffin. He's kind of you know that you heard that term. I'm not familiar with that. So it's like using the original star wars. I think C. Three Po an onto d two of the macguffin that they're the ones like sent off into onto the desert and enter tattooing. They've got the messages item. Thank you the whole plot revolves from. Then there's no actually about them but it starts from them so in a way money's the macguffin hit because is a true story we're good friends we went untold together. And he's very interested custody my life he didn't know much about Judaism me belly of June. We spent many hours together in the call. He was always drawing because he he's Muslim. Couldn't in claiming been drinking and he's always asked me questions and I kind of wanted to teach him about Judaism. But where do you start. We've got six hundred thirteen commandments. It's too long to the call I didn't want to spend money on guests so I thought well I teach him about the Ten Commandments. And we started looking at the Ten Commandments. And I unrealized. They're not that practical you know he doesn't have an ox next all so there's no need to worry about not coveting it and I so I could. Maybe set myself challenge of coming up with my own ten commandments. That I could be a bit more practical. But they could actually explain what it's like to be an Orthodox Jew in two thousand twenty and in a way. It was my friendship with him. That made me reconsider my Judaism. Because she had I've been living as an Orthodox Jew for the best part of twenty years but it's only when an outside comes along install challenging us at you start having to think about it you start thinking about your love. So that's what the shows about and it's about me going through these ten commandments. My New Ten Commandments. antiquing this to him okay. So do you mind sharing a few of the talk commanded if you're the one of them is thou shalt develop obsessive compulsive disorder okay. She's an integral Paulsville so shoot as But we cover branch of Judy. Check that box right exactly. So we cover a lot of these areas we cover kosher food and living in a Jewish area. We talk about the curse of praying public and this covers a lot of ground really comes a lot of ground in the show and then And then the story I keep finished. The story has a continuation because of how Im- reacted and then what we went off did something together which I don't want to spoil because that's the narrative But it's a pretty funny chairman. I it really is. I'm super proud of it. So you say I did. This show could street Lennox. It was aimed at a Jewish audience. All Jews knock. He's also dogs. Reform Perform Conservative unaffiliated. But Still Jews and I think it's a really. I really wanted to do something. Everyone could cutting joy That would be in a language WIGGs. Everyone can understand but the is serious does not scrimp on the jokes atone. It's the funniest show of ever done this by miles miles because I've already but still called the serious stuff when we do discuss antisemitism and there are some real takeaways well foam it excellent zone. The show's name. Is Ashley. Blaker friendly it's at the Soho playhouse here in New York City from February third to twenty-third. Thank you for joining us. Thank

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Caring for Clivias: All you need to know!

Plantrama

05:39 min | 2 years ago

Caring for Clivias: All you need to know!

"Going to talk today. A about the plant that I say probably most of America calls and I say Clive via I knew you were GonNa be a live. I say clavier because I remember very vividly one time I was talking talking with Dan. Himes who is a plant Geek from the Pacific northwest and he told a story about One time talking with somebody from Great Britain and he mentioned that he's he said Clive era and the person he was talking to said. Oh I'm so glad you said Clive Eah. I my new Robert Clive Myself. Yes I know. I know. It's named after a Mr Clive. Actually Lady Clive. It was named after the granddaughter daughter of the Duke of Northumberland Robert Clive and a granddaughter was lady Charlotte Florentina Clive. Loop de do anyway like. Why do you say clavier or Clive era? This is a fabulous plant. It is and it's one of the plants that I get questions about all the time because so many people have heard about how beautiful it is have seen its flowers which are outstandingly gorgeous but have trouble getting it to bloom. The way they want it to. And it's very very easy problem to solve given the right circumstances and if you don't have the right circumstances while you're just it's never going to solve the problem. It has very specific wants and needs period. Well so let's go into those wants needs central mentioned it. What ah how can someone get a Clai via plant to boom? Well someone can get a clavier plant to bloom my first of all moving it outside for the summer give it a summer vacation. Move it indoors when it gets to be in the high forties low fifties maybe down even to forty five live. Bring it back doors and put it in a dark cold room that you don't use very often because dark dark. It doesn't have to be dark dark but it just has to be one on that you don't turn the lights on in a lot. So when we were in Pennsylvania we'd put it in our guest room which in the winter I kept closed off and hated to fifty and it would get the ambient light from the windows does but it wasn't getting all that supplemental light from them being turned off and on all the time so the combination of the shorter daylight hours and the cool temperatures are are what not only instigates bloom but also makes that bloom stock rise above the foliage of the plant. Because sometimes you'll get the clavier Avia to bloom at the right time but people complain that the flowers are compressed between the leaves and if they don't have that cold temperature that's what happens. I I got bloom year after year. Perfectly in Pennsylvania here. I can't give it that kind of growing conditions so even though I still love my plant the bloom if it comes at all squished between the leaves and there is simply nothing I can do about that in my current home. Yeah it you want that around fifty a degree temperature. That's number one and You want that to be for about a six to eight week period. Just you know. It's not like a two days where it's going to no it's gotta be extended and the plant will you'll see it. I mean you'll know when it starting to bloom you'll see the bloom spike now during that time during that six to eight weeks around fifty fifty five ish you know temperature and not any extra light. Do you water it to feed it what you do. I don't feed my plants often at all and I probably should so no. I don't feed it but yes I do water it not very much. The clavier has very succulent roots. I would give it some water. Probably every three two weeks when it's in that courtroom Okay you mentioned putting it outside for summer camp full sun parts on shade dappled son. I'd go for Dappled Sun. That's what I used to do a here in New Mexico you would have to do it in shade because being at seven thousand feet. The Sun is just so much stronger but as with any any house plant that you're bringing out for some vacation. put it in shade. I get used to the outdoor light which is so much stronger than our indoor light and get used to it and then move it into dappled sunlight. I'm like one of the comments that I hear about Clavier. Plants Ellen is that they're expensive and there is a reason for this and the reason is this is a plant that For reasons unknown to me can't be propagated through tissue culture interest. Yeah isn't that interesting. And so either you have to take a a piece off of an existing plan which is fairly easy to do to divide but then that piece that you've taken off it has to grow and become a little bit root bound and usually it takes two to three sometimes even more years in order to to bring that piece into bloom. So that means from the growers point of view. They've got to hang onto this plant for two three years before they can sell Ella. You have to be patient. It is so worth it. There's nothing like the brilliant orange blooms of clavier on February worry afternoon. You look at the snow and if you stick your nose right down in those flowers there's also a really gentle fragrance. It's it's a wonderful plant. And yes you're right they are a little bit pricey and you do have to be patient because they don't bloom until they've got a little age on them but man. Is it worth

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Why Is Declawing Cats Controversial?

BrainStuff

05:20 min | 3 years ago

Why Is Declawing Cats Controversial?

"To brainstorm a production of iheartmedia in brain stuff. Lauren Bobin here those it look as if Jack. The ripper went dog day afternoon on your couch. Does it seem Edward. SCISSORHANDS continually carves abstract figures into your door jams. If you answer yes to these questions chances. Are you have a cat. Cats are notorious for scratching some scratch furniture. Some picket carpets a few slice human flesh. They used chair legs scratching posts and have been known to shred drapes and tablecloths into rags caps scratch. That's what they do. The American Veterinary Medical Association the Avian A says that this is both perfectly normal but conversely that up to half of people's complaints about feline behavior regards destructive scratching cats don't do it for malevolent reasons but mainly to mark their territory sharpen their nails stretch their tiny cat muscles or remove dead husks from their claws. All of this is natural and instinctive but because such activities can have unwanted consequences many cat owners resort to declawing they're felines but what exactly does this process entail and why is it controversial in July of two thousand nineteen. New York became the first state to outlaw cat declawing a pet owners who declaw their cats for anything other than medically necessary therapeutic purposes like in the case of feline cancer can face a stiff thousand dollar caller fine. Let's because declawing isn't a benign practice. The most common procedures involve a veterinarian amputating the last bone of each cat toe with ablade or laser. It's the equivalent of cutting off each of a human's fingers at the last knuckle other procedures involve severing the Tendon in each toe that controls the toes claw that option allows the clock to remain. The cat. Just won't be able to use it. The cloud will continue to grow though meaning the owner will likely have to trim the cat's nails else any kind of surgery like this done to a creature with a central nervous system is of course going to be painful but how painful pain in animals is tricky to measure. They can't talk us through it and we know that in humans when we experienced pain it's not just that we've taken damage and it hurts hurts but further damage and hurt is upsetting. We can't know whether animals have a similar response but there are some cues we can take from animals to Suss. Suss it out the NBA says clinical signs of pain following declining include a guarding posture reluctance to bear weight on the declawed limbs and reluctance is to move after reviewing one study. The Avia may says that sixty one of one hundred and sixty three cats exhibited signs of pain for between one to forty two days after decline clawing and twenty six percent of cats went lame for between one and fifty four days a longer surgery times and use of scalpels versus other instruments increased risk for lameness Innis after surgery with the passage of the measure in New York the Empire State joined several US cities including Los Angeles and Denver in banning decline fine while similar bills are being considered elsewhere kitty block president of the Humane Society of the United States hopes more communities will make declawing illegal in an e mail block said that the procedure is an unnecessary convenience surgery quote complications from declawing include an increase in biting and litterbox avoidance which often results in the cat being surrendered to an animal shelter block says the humane society is partnering with the PA project and veterinarians is to educate lawmakers around the country about the issue in hopes of expanding the ban so if de-clawing is so painful for cats why do people we'll check this option. The reasons vary some do it because they love their furniture. A declawing may protect cat owners especially those with compromised immune systems who could experience life threatening complications from cat scratches but let's be real instances of cats. Killing people through infection are rare. The Centers for Disease Control estimates that each year twelve thousand people in the United States are diagnosed with cat scratch fever resulting in five hundred hospitalizations for most people though the disease is is mild with low grade fever fatigue and headaches and there are ways to change a cat scratching behavior here are few from our friends at pet. MD You can invest scratching post or several and place them strategically around the house. When your cat starts to scratch don't Yeller scold just pick her up up and put her near the post. Try Sprinkling CATNIP on your cat scratching post to make it more inviting. You can also take a toy to the post or by scratching post with one when the cat swipes at it. She might scratch the post and realize it's pretty great. Cover your cats favorite scratching sites with double sided sticky tape to deter future scratching coaching or try spraying furniture with herbal sprays that cats will avoid finally you can always trim your cat's nails to a blunt edge or if your cat is a fan of nail trims consider buying classic colored caps to place over the clause not only save your furniture but your cat will be pretty styling.

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"avia" Discussed on The Viall Files

The Viall Files

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"avia" Discussed on The Viall Files

"Don't experience symptoms is is much right and i just remember talking to her doctor about it and i was almost shocked about how like dismissive or nonchalant about it. Yeah you know like unfortunately women have these if they come in contact like elian. Oh you wanna the cancer is the scary part so you want to be checked out about and now they have shots too hard itself to to help prevent that and and that's great and everyone should look into that <hes> but it was a yeah. I got the shots free in college. So if you're listening check into that like in men can get the shots too yeah. That's interesting you can get shots for it but they can't detect it and then give avia shop. What is your name natalie. I'm nick. This is should chiron shell here. How can we help you natalie yeah. <hes> so <hes> i recently downloaded dating app for the first time ah yeah i'm on <hes> hinge and bumble and it's been going really well <hes> one guy in particular. We've gone on for a date in like two weeks <hes> and like pretty excited about it. It's been going like no red flags anything <hes> but i'm kind of nervous about <hes>. I kind of have a conversation with him because i don't want to have sex until i'm married and how what did you say how old am i. I'm twenty two so <hes> yeah so that's just like about me. Something that i care about ain't pitiful when i bring it up or how or exactly how to approach that why are you. I mean the obvious answer serb. Why are you afraid <hes>. If that's something you are proudly <hes> decided that you don't wanna do <hes> yeah yeah. I'm just i'm basically anticipating that. He probably doesn't share that conviction with me. <hes> mhm so <hes>. I'm just trying to like if there's any way that i can tell him in a way. That doesn't have things end sure certainly like to understand you mar- you your religious aspect or are you just don't want to or what we're why do you. Why have you decided added not to <hes> yeah it is it does come from a religious place <hes> and again. I'm just trying to understand so in terms of what you are have decided don't wanna do. Are you not letting your what what base are you willing to go. Oh to hear serious question like are you just like we're. I'm only going to be kissing until i get married are are. I'm just not going..

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How a 10-Year-Old Desk Phone Bug Came Back From the Dead

The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

00:59 sec | 3 years ago

How a 10-Year-Old Desk Phone Bug Came Back From the Dead

"I'm sure you guys saw that the avia desk phones now are vulnerable. What's interesting about it isn't that your phone is vulnerable although patch it's that this was a vulnerability that is ten years old when it was found of i actually issued a patch what happened then is some point in time later are they forked the code for the phones and used the old unpackaged version so then introduced the vulnerability ability all over again good news. They have a patch version control people who control. I just let this was a perfect example. I picture like cut and paste. I you know you're like yeah. Yeah i mean if you're dealing with code in say get hub or your your source code control system whatever abuse and you've got ten years of code for single devices or a line of devices. This kind of oversight is unfortunately going to happen from time to time so

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"avia" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

09:20 min | 3 years ago

"avia" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"It's the mortgage talk and text line is seventy nine eleven thirty. Talking about. Just it's just really interesting. This this cross was role heading to right now. The, the establishment Republicans and conservatives who decided to, you know, they hide out, and they come out and they have the president when they want does the president, help himself when he comes out and he I mean if you look at the, the tweets today. You know, people have describing it as some sort of fuming rampage. I'm no he's tweeting what what he's been saying for a long time. And go on to say that the New York Times is truly the enemy of the people certainly. I think it's, it's. Oh, it's emotional at cinema motion tweet. I get it. And but you had too many willing, people willing to jump on that, that theme with the fake. Well, the clandestine Republicans and conservatives who only come out to Jeb the guy, then they run away again. When he points out the fact that I just asked the simple question at the top of the show today. What exactly has Mexico committed to over the last several years? And what have they done? What are the accomplished? What if they what, what promise did they come through zero zip NADA? They know what's good for them to send more people over the border gets rid of their problems. You have a thousand people crossed the border at one time a couple of weeks ago, and you have Republicans conservatives out this. It was a little while. I take the New York Times with a grain of salt. I mean that's I think of rational statement, I also take the Wall Street Journal with a grain of salt. Certainly not the great celebrants of a secure border. No doubt about that. Labor workforce. It is what it is. But Mike God I when you when you see what's been said, when you see what's been promised to, and then you see what what's been accomplished by the Mexicans. They've been lying through their faces for a long time. This is dangerous to the United States. I wish people would admit that. I wish people would admit that we've been again. It's not a very sophisticated comment from President Trump. It's not a very eloquent comment from President Trump. But is it wrong for him to say that America's been everybody's picky? Thank for a long time. Do you not agree that China has been out of control with the intellectual theft technology theft property theft for that matter? Very unfair trading. Differentials here. Do I think we should be keeping a close eye on the Konami? Yes, I do. But where was the hand wringing when we stayed at one percent from the New York Times where it was the hand wringing from the Washington Post when it was. Oh my God that dread. When we're getting one percent growth. Where was it from them? Granted mundane don's. No, he's not was not a good president shake your head. Yes. That's fact. And it's turning out is becoming more and more obvious. This was the guy at the tip of the spear when it comes to utilizing, and weaponising American agencies against American citizens. The buck is starting to move in Mr. Obama's direction. He's been very good that keep a degree of separation. And I think Susan Rice at the end of this thing is, it'd be taken a very heavy hit for, for this president, historically. They just can't let it land on his desk. They won't let it land on his desk. Susan Rice is gonna take a heavy hit. And maybe a few other people. They did spy on a campaign. And again, I have my psychotic unhinged. Unbalanced members of the Republican and conservative side of the aisle saying they, they did what they were supposed to do. If you look at the details of John McCain and is managing that the Steele dossier, what his questioning to several different offices. Are you taking this thing seriously? L. Let me turn it over to the then I guess what he knew was a joke, when he knew it was an absolute joke. John McCain is the oracle of decency only him. You know, John McCain, what stays with me was that thumbs down with the smirk on his face when he could have dealt a blow to ObamaCare that would have been significant at least start dismantling that failure that train Rick. Do I believe John McCain, I needed to be personally, insulted by the president note? I disagreed with that. The president shouldn't be saying stuff like that on the campaign trail as a candidate. I think Mr. Trump could've held back a little bit. But don't tell me that John McCain had this wonderful voting record with the conservatives he didn't. He didn't. This idol worship over the you look at Trump Avia, said, oh, look at the idiots look at the sync offense that people celebrate Donald Trump. Am I spike in the bowl of Mexico saying, okay? Well, we'll try to get it right. This time. They're not gonna they're not gonna do it. They're not going to adhere to any of the agreements. They're not going to defend their southern border, it serves them, too. Well, economically to say, screw you let them, let them in the United States, serves them will. You remember that you Democrats out there said the intimate up cake made up? A tragedy is terrible. It's not a crisis. It's elevated nowadays. All of a sudden, what changed Obama built the cages, give it avenue? Obama built the cages. Obama built the cages. Maybe that'll penetrate, your skull Obama built those. We lay every mistake with Mr. Trump. Okay. I'm a big boy. Thing go back to the respective time of President Barack Obama and look what he didn't look what he didn't do. How many times the Democrats vote for paying for the fence. Now, all of a sudden, Donald Trump. Well, I'm not paying for it now. Different relations. No, it's not different. You have a Davidoff time is over. Now man. I'm pointing this conversation to my Republican conservative friends, a little more so today than than the other side. You hide out you hide out and then you come out of the old we can hit him. Now. Let's let's Trump today. I find that more nefarious. I find that more sinister than the other side Leach. You know where they're coming from. But just trying to point on inconsistencies. Yeah, I get that. I swiped the bowl on this agreement that I know I'm not convinced the Mexicans Willett here. I'm not convinced because Mexicans they have more money vested for illegal trafficking illegal drugs and the opioid crisis in the United States. Talking about bussing flying accommodating, illegal aliens yet. I got I get veterans all over the west coast up and down laying under bridges. All right. Is it me? And if nothing is done for our veterans, guess what? I'll be critical of the administration. I'll be the first to admit there's a honeymoon period for every administration that's coming to a close for President Trump, that is coming to a close, and he should understand the fact that the criticism is waiting for him to talk. They're not even waiting for what's going to come out, they're forming their criticism and their disagreement based on the fact that he is alive. And he's going to say words eventually, that's what the left wing media is doing today in the left wing talking heads. And the funniest thing to me on the Sunday shows today. We Democrats, we totally admitted that there. No, you didn't. You said there's a made up crisis. Nancy Pelosi said it Nancy Pelosi said today instead of impeaching him. I wanna see him in prison. She said a couple of days ago in a closed-door meeting. She said it. And the fact is Robert Muller. Every said hold your fire is great integrity was a marine guys. A left-wing hack. He's a left-wing hack zero integrity. And he and he's proved his ineptness back in the from the Atlanta bomb of bombing full with full. Left wing hack swamp. Rat. Do I like sitting here and calling names? But every every of the beginning of all, Dan, we gotta be discerning about this, and I try to be rational. Okay. Fine. Yeah. That don't criticize James, call me get Dan. It's he's a good reputation. Yeah. We'll turns out to be corrupt. Wasn't it? Stealing information off a government owned laptop, and sending it to his buddies in academia, it's a leak it to the press. Oh, that's and he's not collared yet. Somebody helped me a process that. Such a schilling leader.

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"avia" Discussed on Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books

Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books

12:03 min | 3 years ago

"avia" Discussed on Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books

"My wife about it, and I was like I was I was like, after I wouldn't be able to come up with like a background for this actor because and will. And it's it's always released to see that. Yeah. No. It's still worth like their Avia Avia factory or whatever it is in my grants field is still were. Wasn't really enjoyed about a killer's mind like you said a his methods were very unique. I mean I read a lot of these crime fictions and they're, they're good books. But sometimes it's the same way of doing things. But yours was very different with what your killer was doing. I was like, whoa. Yeah. I was I was actually pretty crowd. So, yes, people have to go check out that book of know what we're talking about the wanna spoil anything. I actually have the decay Shen in, in the book, and I put in the knowledge,.

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"avia" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"avia" Discussed on KTOK

"But it's the call first systens Ben. Welcome back in hope all is well with you, my friend. Good be back, happy, Memorial Day and a big salute to the veterans out there. Important to remember their sacrifices. Sometimes we take things for granted. We sure do we sure do, do you know how many World War Two veterans have been passing on the crazy. History. Retrospective on TV. There's Sturt amazing things that those guys went through, of course, all veterans did the World War Two is was. People forget, how unbelievable that, that war was one of my buddies, who was a commander with me in the navy just a few years ago, retired in he meant to Rear Admiral. Is that right? That's incredible. We're, we're Admiral if you, you weren't in the military were you? Yeah. Nine years the navy. You've been Avia. Yes, sir. See, I said, sir Memorial Day. Everybody involved. That's, that's for sure. Look, I've got a lot of emails from people. We'll take calls of alert earlier tonight, Ben and everything else. But. It seems to me that people are trying to do their best to get healthy, but a lot of people are hitting the wall. What's going on here? It's our beliefs that are in the way we live in a capitalist society, capitalism, not complaining about that at all, but sometimes capitalism and healthcare, make unholy bedfellows. And the problem is, is, we've got a belief. We've got that beliefs that are injected into the public domain people buy into them and they're not in the individuals interests, drugs are a classic example. And I've been studying medicine now for thirty plus years by medicine drugs. Pharmaceuticals classic example, is this idea that we can be Medicated back to health. In fact, that we can be medic wise back to health is a belief system that doesn't stand the, that doesn't stand scrutiny that doesn't withstand scrutiny, you'll memes are this idea of mind viruses. Have you heard of this term mean? Opposite is critical. Thinking means and critical thinking are opposites? We have to start to apply critical thinking to how our bodies work, the very notion that you can be poisoned into health flies in the face of common sense and a little bit of analysis. We'll we'll show that what we call side effects are really the effect of drugs. We make it sound like there's little accidents. When we have side effects, the fact of the matter. Is you can't take prescription drug and not expect to disrupt the very sensitive exquisitely choreographed biochemistry of the body on the other hand held is really simple. There's not a lot of things that are involved in keeping the body healthy involve movement involves breathing involves correct food supplementation. Hydration, mental and emotional strategies nowhere nowhere. Is there a role for the medical model when it comes to day today health when it comes to heroic medicine? Absolutely. When it comes to repairing things when it comes to patching things up when it comes to emergency surgery. Absolutely. But in terms of day to day health, this is something that we have to learn to take responsibility for ourselves. It is not complicated. Then I hit a story on before you came on about how rivers are loaded with antibiotics these days, creating antibiotic resistant bacteria. That's not a good thing. They're predicting that by twenty fifty ten million people across the planet could die just from this stuff. Back in the nineteen eighties. He said, wait till you see what's coming up ahead with antibiotic resistance he saw. And by the way. People think that they don't take antibiotics that they're okay? No, they're in the fish there in the water there in the air everywhere. They're everywhere. They're fifty to sixty percent of the antibiotics are, are sold tags culture sold for farmers, or at for. So you can't get around it. You know what the best antibiotic is George vitamin C when say best, I mean, potent build up your Munich. System, reduce the sugar intake, relax the body. Gin this underscores highlights the very simple things that we can all be doing to restore selves back to health, and, of course, George, if you don't have your health, nothing else matters. I agree with that whole you can't help the people you care about them. You.

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"avia" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:19 min | 3 years ago

"avia" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Come up with the rank list. Avia calls with the most occupant, fatalities Providian miles driven at the top of the list, you go the Mitubishi barrage, followed by the Chevrolet, corvette, the Honda fit the KEA fort, the Chevrolet, spark, so just remember that the next time you go out to pick up a car, secretary of state. Michael Pompeii all told Raqi officials that US intelligence showed that Iran backed militias moved missiles, near basis housing American forces in Iraq, Pompeo made the disclosure to Iraq's top. Breasts during his surprise visit earlier this month. The revelation comes just hours after all non-emergency personnel at the US embassy in Iraq ordered to leave the country China is running out of options to hit back at the United States without hurting its own interest, as Washington intensifies pressure on Beijing to correct trade, imbalances and challenge to China state, state-led economic model. Charles r Smith, author of deception with us. Right. Charles and he is not here. So let's move on Selena Gomez has spoken out against the devastating effects of social media on young people. Arguing that its emergence has been terrible for my generation, the singer and actor who with more than one hundred and fifty million followers as one of the world's most popular figures on Instagram. She said at a news conference for her new zombie comedy that it has become impossible at this point to make social media platform safe for you. Users and called on young people to take a break from social media is if they were feeling overwhelmed, the Federal Communications Commission has unveiled a proposal to limit the scourge of unwanted robo calls a measure that would give phone companies wide latitude to block those calls by default the plan if approved would go into effect later this year and allow carriers to apply robocall blocking technologies to customer accounts automatically Lauren Weinstein, our expert on the internet with us. Lauren, tell me if you can exactly what this is. Not a lot. Actually, fortunately, what we're really looking at here as you've noted is that the FCC is proposing that the carriers can apply blocking technologies against robo calls by default that is without waiting for customers to ask for it. The carriers have been concerned that if they did that without explicit authorization from the FCC, they might be in legal jeopardy. There might be broken the fundamental problem here is are there viable means to block robocalls? In other words, what good is it if you can turn on the blocking, but the blocking effective at this stage all that's really being talked about is the use of this stir shaken protocols to cut back on forged caller ID? But the thing is, as we have discussed what the spammers are going to do, what the robo are going to do is, they're just going to start buying cheap. Real phone numbers to us instead of four. Urging the caller ID and they're going to get around that it's not going to be as lucrative for them because they won't be able to try full people. The caller ID they'll still be making the calls. Now there's talk, you know, maybe there'd be ways to prevent calls from coming in that are on your contact list. For example, there's all kinds of problems that can occur. That approach, including the fact that you have to be able to allow -mergency calls to come in you can't depend on your loved ones. Always being the phone number. You expect or to remember security pin in a in a emergency situation. There are firms are legally permitted to call you businesses that you've already done business with charities polling firms, political organizations and things like that. If they try to make this, too tight, I'm sure there's going to be all kinds of a legal challenges. In fact, the Trump administration right now has a proposal to greatly relax the restrictions on collect collection agencies to allow them to make more calls and send text messages. So it's sort of at cross purposes here on one hand calls on the other hand to allow more calls. So I think it's good that the FCC has has proposed this, and it'll give the carriers some, some legal framework to work from. But we're a long way from actually getting a viable systems that are really gonna stop robocalls, and away that most people will notice these calls. Lauren are really a pain, though. You know that. It's billions and billions of calls and it's been going up forty fifty percent a year. And the reason is that our basic technology changed in a way that made it virtually no cost to make those calls generated sometimes overseas. They don't just cost pennies a call. They cost tiny fractions of a cent per call sometimes nothing so they can make millions and millions of them. And even if they're if they're successful take on those is a fraction of one percent in terms of up suckers, who buy in. It's still makes the money. That's good point. Lauren. Thank you so much, pre sheet that are Smith back with us now, as we we're talking about China and the US battling with these tariffs. Charles is going to be any into this. What's going to happen? Yeah. End to this. The Chinese economy will probably collapse. All is that what we want to happen? Well, I'm sure the Chinese communists, don't particularly like the idea, which is one of the reasons why they're very nervous. But it's mostly their fault. They have badly managed or mismanaged economies, especially the bad loans. So they don't have a lot of alternates, other than to maybe come around and be an honest trading partner. Well, we'll get to find out what happens because it's gonna get rough and difficult in a moment. Billions loss, the American tech crisis in the roadmap to change. Hillary GAM back with us on coast to coast, and we'll talk with her in just a moment..

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"avia" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"avia" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Me a note author, Jeff, Dr Jeff. That life radio dot com. And always you can always call us here on the show Sunday mornings, nine noon and east and anywhere in between. Now, Dan what time and at eight seven seven three eight five eight hundred eighty two or every week. There's going to be Google hangouts link left for you here on Dr Jeff on radio and join us we'd love to hear from you. We'd love to see you, and hopefully, we can enhance the health care you provide. Have a great week everybody. Let's talk pets every week on demand only on at live dot com. Hi, welcome to the by smart puppy minute. This is Sara Wilson. And today, we're going to talk about socializing young puppies one two three. Now. Number one is safety. This is a big concern and people are still being told not to take their puppies out until all the shots are done. This is old advice. If you Google av M, a which stands for the American veterinary medical association Avia may socialization puppies up will come there document from twenty oh eight about how important it is to socialize young puppies, keeping puppies in until all their shots are done is a little like keeping your child inside. And never letting them meet anybody into all of their shots are completed that nobody would do but safety is a. Concern. So I take puppies out to shopping malls stores. I'll take them to friends houses.

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"avia" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"avia" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"So I thought self-fulfilment again, we didn't out yourself and have so much self doubt. I'm gonna fight has those. It's it's a horrible place. The bay it will rarely is on knowledge on have out. I don't have a massive E go out agains all fee of beef anyone on any given day because fights if in in this game, it really is who chains on the night book. I do a lot more self belief in myself on me team do on. I think when you put the end on the Mont thought doesn't lie. And I think if you neglect sit in it is you will be found, but was long as I've got a middle. And we have beat the chest. I'll go down swing or I'll be knocking people out. Swing going to be one. Theo van and by the end, this is probably a long conversation. But why were you so anxious? I understand, you know, maybe doubting yourself a little bit. But why did that lead to anxiety? A. Me best friends condescend me diamond. There's like this was your face real loss. It was the biggest stage. It could be. It wasn't just a way. I went off Ariel didn't talk on when Awoko in the cage. It was I think a little bit with post traumatic stress on every time. I go to sleep in my house. I would wake all when away in the cage. So I don't know about yourself. It really hit home when I really believe myself that was best in the way of on. I wasn't on. It was just a lot of of home shaves Coleman on me. A when a lawful, it was just a lot to deal with the suppose. One think about Avia, let's think about the come me feet torture. Not convos floral won't Morfey felt like when we face was on the floor to relive moments again fair like let the city on. Would let people on let me self up. It was just create miss this is he was on. It just it ruins quite law..

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Rocky past in tow, Fisker promises a new electric SUV

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:14 min | 3 years ago

Rocky past in tow, Fisker promises a new electric SUV

"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by the university of Florida Warrington college of business transform your future with an MBA from one of America's top ten universities. Learn more at Warrington dot ufl dot EDU slash MBA and by brother Inc fest -ment tank printers. It's happened to all of us right before an important presentation. The printer runs out of ink brother Inc. Vestment tank printers help put a stop to this. And can literally change the way you Inc. Your choice of up to one or two years of ink included in box helps eliminate the expense and hassle of frequently buying and replacing in cartridges. Learn more at change the way you Inc dot com. There's a new electric SUV being developed by a charismatic visionary whose name dozen rhyme with tusk from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm jed Kim in from Ali would. Hot on the heels of Tesla's model. Why announcement comes the news that carmaker fisker Inc? Also wants to make an electric SUV at about the same price celebrated sports car designer Henrik fisker started his own luxury electric vehicle company in two thousand seven for awhile. It even seemed he had the edge over rival tesla. Then came prediction of the karma in two thousand eleven the one hundred thousand dollar plug in sports car was widely panned and barely sold. It would take a whole lot going right for the fisker Inc. SUV announcement to Mark any kind of real turnaround. Chelsea Sexton is an electric vehicle industry advisor and advocate. She caught us up on the company's rocky history. Dan's it up going bankrupt and the assets for bought for a fraction of their value by Chinese firm who has reinstated the company as karma while fisker remained. His name now is trying again promising a forty thousand. Dollar SUV with three hundred miles of range inside of two years with a not very large company to begin with zero details about who is using for his technological or propulsion support and no manufacturing plant. So I think I'm probably not one of the only ones that's a little bit skeptical on the promise. What do you think he's making the move to an SUV? I think he's trying to raise money. I mean, generally speaking when we see these big bold promises from any of the startups, and there are many now and fisker is still a relative startup. It's usually an attempt to garner media attention and therefore raise funding, and it takes on average. Well, over a billion dollars to launch a car SUV is a means to an end. What is the end that? He's tried to leverage. What's interesting is that he is doing the reverse model of tesla and everyone else or is now claiming to where originally and what most do is start with a higher end vehicle and try to work their way down into something. That's economically affordable and the higher end vehicles produce more profit and therefore fund the next one down the chain just like roadster, and then model S an axe and now down to model three he's now saying he's going to hold off on the premium car and till after he delivers this affordable SUV and go the opposite direction that remains to be seen. And if he can deliver either one of them in any volume, and certainly take care of the after service and after-sales kinds of of needs that always get overlooked. So his endgame ultimately has to be credibility, his his lost most of that in the last several years in terms of being an actual automotive producer, or you know, CEO of a car company. He's still is a pretty designer. That's never really been in question. But whether or not he will ever be more than that is something he's still has to earn. Chelsea Sexton is an electric vehicle industry advisor and advocate note for his part, Hendrick fisker points out in an interview with Bloomberg that he has delivered a commercially produced plug in vehicle and learn first hand plenty of lessons to apply to his next project. That's not something many others can claim. And now for some related links fisker have been promising a hot new vehicle for a while now. But it was originally going to be a sleek sporty sedan the emotion we've known since September. That's he flagship vehicle would have to wait. That's when Henrik fisker told clean Technica Avia available at the lower forty thousand dollar price point would come. I just didn't say it wasn't SUV. He also talked about the solid state battery. He says the company is developing as their other main focus the battery would replace lithium ion technology, solid state batteries are at holy grail of sorts for e vs promising driving ranges way beyond three hundred miles and charging up in a matter of minutes. This ings batteries were originally scheduled for next year. But green car reports says it's looking more like twenty twenty two at the earliest fisker said in an E mail to those reporters initial timelines have always been targets targets not promises. I'm jay. Kim. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. Caroline in Brooklyn, New York wrote to tell us she's a longtime fan of marketplace, tech and appreciates the content and the mission thinks Caroline to join her in keeping marketplace tech going strong donate online today. Marketplace dot org, and thanks to Carolina and all the marketplace investors who make our work possible. 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"avia" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"avia" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"We have Gary Sinise. Coming on in a few minutes, folks. Look forward to that. Dennis Palos Verdes, California XM satellite quickly, my friend. Go ahead. Yeah. Palos Verdes, California the terrible blue quickly. We have a couple of minutes. Yes. Hey by my wife's from from Denmark. She's grew up in the social system is ended Avia, and let me tell you the people there have paid heavy taxes over the years, and they let a lot of immigration come in. And as it stands today. They realized they made a mistake because the people that paid the taxes are getting little in retirement and all the immigrants that came in from the Muslim countries in some of the other countries came in are getting all the benefits. Well, thank you, Dennis Tino. Appreciate a moving quickly. There's another Los Angeles K K Aurelie quickly, my friend. Good. Good evening. I I wanted to give you in this. I was born in Denmark, and my mother lived there until until she passed a few months ago around the same time as your dad, I'm sorry for your loss. Sorry, sir. She had a very well paying job out there, and she paid seventy two percents income tax. The majority of her life seventy two percent. All right. Go ahead. Twenty five percent sales tax and three hundred percent import tax of all goods coming from outside the country. But Harley Davidson forces is five times as much in Denmark would be here. She was in the hospital. Scandinavia newsy where we supposed to have all this wonderful welfare. I had a bed next to her for two weeks because I wasn't sure she would get fed most of the time the nurses the hospital. Doctors are so overwhelmed. You have enormous waiting lists. People can't get the treatment they need when they need. Yes. They get care. But it's not good care when she passed away holding my hand, five minutes after they came and told me that approved the MRI to identify this jokes. You had six days before. I would like to have my producer take your phone number and call you tomorrow. Are.

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"avia" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"avia" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Your most powerful wealth-building tool is your income. And when you give all of your income to some stupid Bank. Also, you can have an I love debt score that's high that makes you a stupid Bank supporter, not a wealth builder. Your goal is to build wealth here. Not to make the banks wealthy. So we get our goals confused when we start talking about credit scores. If you have a very very high credit score, it's because you have paid a lot of interest. A lot of interest over a long period of time. You love that the higher your credit score the more you love that. It shows because there's mathematically it's impossible to have a high credit score the watch. It's how them is set up by the FICO folk. It's what they do. So I guess if you want to explain to your family that high FICO score is not an indication that you are trending towards wealth. As a matter of fact, quite the opposite. That's how you would explain it. Now that would make sense, but a bad credit scoring a good Chris not the same thing. No credit score. And a good credit score are different things. I think a high credit score is a bad thing is what I'm saying Xavier is with us and Atlanta, highs of your how are you? I'm doing excellent. Thank you so much for having me on your show. Sure. Is it? Hobby errors Avia. Xavier cool. How can I help is there? All right. So giving you a little background me. And my wife make.

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"avia" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"avia" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Your most powerful wealth-building tool is your income. And when you give all of your income to some stupid Bank. Also, you can have an I love debt score that's high that makes you a stupid Bank supporter, not a wealth builder. Your goal is to build wealth here. Not to make the banks wealthy. So we get our goals confused when we start talking about credit scores. If you have a very very high credit score, it's because you have paid a lot of interest. A lot of interest over a long period of time. You love that the higher your credit score the more you love that. It shows because there's mathematically it's impossible to have a high credit score the watch. It's how them is set up by the FICO folk. It's what they do. So I guess if you want to explain to your family that high FICO score is not an indication that you are trending towards wealth. As a matter of fact, quite the opposite. That's how you would explain it. Now that would make sense, but a bad credit scoring a good Chris not the same thing. No credit score. And a good credit score are different things. I think a high credit score is a bad thing is what I'm saying Xavier is with us and Atlanta, highs of your how are you? I'm doing excellent. Thank you so much for having me on your show. Sure. Is it? Hobby errors Avia. Xavier cool. How can I help is there? All right. So giving you a little background me. And my wife make.

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"avia" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"avia" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Atecs roofing dot com weather center. A better looking afternoon. A few clouds around with sunshine as we're breaking up the cloud party front through north west breeze. Fifty six tonight, we're going bottom out at about thirty six clear skies. Chilly start Friday sunny in the afternoon. Milder sixty four great looking Saturday, sunny, upper sixties, more clouds and sun Sunday. Highs low seventies, I'm meteorologist Ray Stagich Weather Channel on San Antonio's official weather station. Newsradio twelve hundred w o a hundred sunny skies. It's now fifty seven degrees and it's four oh one at News Radio. Twelve hundred w I President Trump is again, telling a border wall is the partial shutdown of the federal government goes on and a surprise appearance in the White House press briefing room today. The president said the wall is needed to halt illegal immigration and stop the flow of illegal drugs. You can go to barrier you can go whatever you want. But essentially, we need protection in our country. We're gonna make it good the people of our country want it shut down was prompted by the president's demand for several billion dollars to help construct the wall. Democrats have reject. That demand after being elected as the new house speaker in a vote of the full house today. Nancy, Pelosi's lawmakers should be champions of the middle class saying the houses again, renewing the great American experiment, as she also noted the current households the largest number of women in history as she also said congress must get serious about global climate change calling it eight moral imperative a man was shot and killed by San Antonio police today after he walked several blocks down Pleasanton road on the city's south side shooting randomly passersby, including at Avia boss, which you had out.

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