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"bsa" Discussed on Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race

Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race

05:06 min | Last month

"bsa" Discussed on Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race

"It's like makes it more interesting if it's not eureka and it's silky and there's something about that that would guide me. I know it's not gonna happen. I know it's going to be rica. And i'm kind of upset about it. I'm being honest. Like i want something a little bit more interesting to come out of this the end and granted. I don't know yet but you don't know it seems like from this lip sync. They're not going to have a double save. Sochi fucked up. My concern was and i don't know why i got into my head. Was that whoever silky one or whoever eureka wins that they could choose to replace one of the top four. I don't know where i got. Eureka could win and say okay. Well trinity you're out. I'm in that's exactly how would happen to well. That's what i was worried about like because we already knew that eureka had chosen her and they showed quoting unquote trinity. Not having a good time. And the episode i was like. Oh oh we've got one sour pussy over here over here. Yeah i get it. I get it. Yeah we'll see what happens. I i will say of the season it seems like we have give the bsa for now to silken banking. Dr reverend. i mean daughter lee. This is definitely how it works in that. Like you have one scene. You have one episode. You know where star certainly i think. Silky has earned it. I think there is a commentator. Bsa energy that is worth mentioning for russia this week because as tired as trinity understandably was raja worked her ass off to make watching people watch television. Interesting that's true. And i thought her commentary love when it cut off at the end. And she's like you're sitting on the remote you're sitting on the remote like she was so funny she was like every and she was good at the bit was laughing like she was like all mantra and he's not having a good time. Oh man like she was laughing. Everything and i just wanted to give some credit to raja for really doing her job. You know doing double duty filming that night so all right well you know credit to our credit's due for sure. I think that for the season for. I don't think anybody who's expecting to talk about silky this week. I don't think anybody's expecting to talk about silky when this season is over. I just think that this is This episode was is going to be what people reference for now for a very interesting episode. No queen has ever gotten this kind of opportunity in.

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"bsa" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"bsa" Discussed on KCRW

"Broken bones was the money being a stuntman paid way better than the jobs the BSA founders had when they first tried to break into the business even at twelve years old William and his family so how lucrative it could be my mother father working mainly from like sixty dollars sixty five dollars a piece a week back in nineteen sixty seven okay my mother S. any how much would he be making he does stunts that did in nineteen sixty seven a contract was one hundred and twenty dollars a day while I still got it in my ten hundred twenty and my mother said what a hundred twenty dollars a day back in nineteen sixty seven he's a boy boarded during a group over the years more and more blacks that men and women have made gains in the industry but one of the biggest barriers that progress is the lack of black stunt coordinators they're the ones who do the hiring right now we probably have a zero point five percent women who are coordinating you know there's one young lady who just won an Emmy Shauna Duggins and then we have a list of stabs then we have Julie Michaels and I myself love Faye Baker has been working as a stunt woman for over twenty five years in nineteen ninety eight he became the first African American woman to stunt coordinator a big budget project the TV movie introducing Dorothy Dandridge starring Halle berry not having women and people of color working as coordinators is especially problematic when it comes to hiring what are called non descript and utility stunt roles for example Lafayette was working on mission impossible three and there's a scene where they needed a bunch of people in the background running on a bridge the director which is J. J. Abrams no said there weren't any woman on a bridge so these I went in there we got used to women on which I need some off the cities so they brought the women and I think we were for two weeks or whatever but it was like you just don't think about it if you were gonna show using about bring all your friends if I'm honest I'm quite happy about bringing a diverse group of people you know to get the job done the fate didn't grow up wanting to be a stunt woman but she's always been athletic and driven to be the best at twelve years old she set a Guinness world record as a teenager I was I was the whole Jeffrey Graham all so in the process of being who check for Lamoille I had the opportunity to actually break the Guinness book war records twelve fifty hoops at one time when I was twelve fifty eight when I was twelve so that's one reason how I got into the business Baker's first taste of show business is as a performer on various talk shows twirling dozens of hula hoops for wide eyed audiences but her mom pulled out of the industry and said you're going to college after she graduated she became a probation officer and didn't give any serious thought to ever pursuing a career in show business but one day a guy it just casually suggested she become a stunt woman she thought that sounded crazy but it planted a seed and one day he told the coworker that she was thinking about it but I was just talking I did not know was possible he knew someone so what happened was his best friend just happen to be one of the top black step court news we had to work and was training people who were athletically inclined to become a staff person since then Baker has gone on to work on dozens of projects from breakout hits like the TV show lost the movie green lantern and countless smaller productions late in her career she also joined the black stockman's association as part of the organization's efforts to include more women Baker loves being a strong woman transaction in the camaraderie the money but her body has paid the price one of our worst injuries happened on the set of the Fuji's.

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Sesame's Count wants to get young children counted in census

Tim Conway Jr.

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Sesame's Count wants to get young children counted in census

"Sesame Street has produced public service announcements encouraging parents to make sure their kids are counted in the twenty twenty census everyone in your home town give them baby Wong told told okay the BSA's feature The Muppet known as a cab account playing the role of a census taker getting information from Elmo and bilingual Muppet Rosita federal statistics experts estimate about one million children younger than five were left out during the last census in twenty ten that's the most undercounted of any age

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"bsa" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"bsa" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Eight three four fifteen thirty BSA cares deeply about all victims of abuse they say sincerely apologize to anyone it was arm during their time in scouting we are outraged they say that there've been times when individuals took advantage of our programs to harm innocent children this according to Roger Mosby's oppression the chief executive officer of BSA John and stocked in high Hey how you doing tonight Pat good John thank you yeah and now once again it's one of those deals where you get a few people they get on the bandwagon and try to take out a program that's all from yeah the Boy Scouts started lord bait al in England and it was done on a service organization I talked for mold as an Eagle Scout with gold bombs to an adult leader of training cub scout masters and leaders for their runner up taxes well the children as well as a major event coordinator and planner for the scouting program and use them here outlaw out of stock back in the eighties nineties and early two thousand all right the thing is is that you know no matter what whether it be a Catholic Church saying that the older boys were being molested yeah that is kind of file it in in certain spots any time you have children involved yes our guarantee of the wrist but on they do a job whether it be the Boy Scouts and girl scouts YMCA or any organization that watches overture children do they do a good job of maintaining that yes they do and I mean for the amount of people that are claiming that they were molested or sexually assaulted or sexually abused threw it out later would be very hard to believe and I mean you know that's coming from now is a boy scout growing up in this gallery programs in the early seventies two of my own children were involved in the scouting program like I say between the eighties in the early two thousand and become a leader I mean you know I went as far as would bags which is the highest honor you can get as an adult service volunteer for the scouting program and not once did they ever you know alleviate a training program first I used to watch out born or people that are coming into the group that want to be involved a file photo or you know Joe of people there predators on children or young young young adults or teenagers no not goes for whether it be boys girls clubs Gallup struggle cubs or the explorer program and I mean once again you got a whole home program six that was over a hundred years of age and people are trying to take these programs down just like they are well you can't have George Washington set on a high school anymore because the review was a slave trader can have Abraham Lincoln doing that because he was involved yeah sure I mean it's it's getting to the point where it out a hand and basically all the organizations Norman Rockwell probably would have been if he was still alive or around to this day even a problem probably been the dean down for the pain because the result is provocative note it is provocative not doing things the right way the bottom line is it's got it's gotten way too far and for the Boy Scouts granite I believe it was nineteen eighty five or eighty six the Mormon church took over the Boy Scouts of until that point wage jobs in America was run out of New Brunswick New Jersey New Jersey and it was private organization you know but what five years ago secure the girl the girl scout troop of Boy Scouts or use any improper name of scouting yes right I don't like okay improper why would they do that because you know the thing is yeah yeah I already had a girl scouts in a you know I have three daughters I wouldn't want him in a group of young boys between the ages of six which would be tiger cubs up to about fourteen or fifteen which would be the boy scout but once they get into the explorer program which serves various groups for explorers to now you get your learn job knowledge of as well as future job organization for job surcharges medical from soft fire department you know at that point yes you can have a co ed organization because there is a little bit more structure to that program and you do have both of male and female there are one to chaperone them advance you know but I mean even as a scout leader I seen it you know and this was in the letter saying that I need in their two thousand were telling me you know you tell him all we're going to go canoeing with your son this weekend and you need to pick up your son at the park at nine o'clock in the evening well listen hi Mister Brad muscle last your comment there sorry about that what a point see you brought up there I was gonna respond to one of them but let me he made various they stand on their own see if we can fit in Mike before the break by can for solo you know that well so I might Hey I liked what you guys said I too was has now been a scout leader for many years and I'm part of the Mormon church and I don't know if you know but just last year the marcher told out of scouting I think you know I don't want to I don't speak for the church but he was more because they were then going to allow not only girls but also Hey Mike I'm gonna put I'm bike I'm gonna put you on hold there I want to give you a chance to speak and say everything ninety one fifteen thirty one eight hundred eight three four fifteen thirty don't interrupt you will return straight ahead our local news breaking news traffic and weather news ninety three point one A. 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K. earlier today president trump defined this request from his Attorney General time to stop the tweeting a bad department of justice criminal case now its journey general William Barr has told people close to the president that he is thinking about resigning in an exclusive interview last week with ABC news Barr said that the president's tweets make it quote impossible to do its job won't believe itch is a free man now the president trump has commuted the fourteen year prison sentence the former governor of Illinois was serving for political corruption follow the law every step of the way I've said all along and that's absolutely the case Brooklyn which was convicted in twenty eleven of crimes that included seeking to sell an appointment to the Senate seat that was held by former president Obama the president also granting pardons for among other people former NYPD commissioner Bernard Kerik Bernie Sanders campaign says it plans to ask for a partial recount of the Iowa caucuses results the state Democratic Party second weekend was so he'd be booted judge in a statistical tie Derry helping re BC news and.

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Boy Scouts file for bankruptcy due to sex abuse lawsuits

Glenn Beck

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Boy Scouts file for bankruptcy due to sex abuse lawsuits

"The Boy Scouts of America filing for bankruptcy as the organization faces hundreds of sex abuse lawsuits the scouts say they intend to use the chapter eleven process to create a victim's compensation trust their president saying quote the BSA cares deeply about all victims of abuse and sincerely apologizes to anyone who was harmed during their time in scouting now they also say scouting programs will continue for their nearly two point two million

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Unique sex-abuse suit filed against Boy Scouts in US capital

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Unique sex-abuse suit filed against Boy Scouts in US capital

"The potentially groundbreaking lawsuits being filed in federal court in the district today against the Boy Scouts of America it seeks to establish Washington as a venue for men across the country to suit the scouts for allegedly failing to protect them from long ago sexual abuse by scout leaders the eight plaintiffs live in states were statute of limitation laws would prevent them from suing the BSA based on those claims the lawn Washington accommodate some suits of that type the plaintiffs lawyers say do you see is the appropriate venue because the Boy Scouts were incorporated here and have a congressional

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Economists Say Forgiving Student Debt Would Boost Economy

Morning Edition

04:30 min | 2 years ago

Economists Say Forgiving Student Debt Would Boost Economy

"Let's come back to the United States now where presidential candidates Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders are proposing student loan forgiveness plans warrants plan would forgive up to fifty thousand dollars for most people and Sanders would go further so suppose that happened what would suddenly freeing millions of Americans from student debt mean for the economy NPR's Chris Arnold reports an entire generation of Americans is making major life decisions differently because of student loans whether and when to buy a house the words start a family children it's not about if you wanna I'm it's about can you afford I'm Laura green would work for the state education agency in Montpelier Vermont well I make sixty three thousand dollars and thirty years old and I mean I probably a better salary than a lot of my peers but between her college and grad school agree with those ninety six thousand dollars in student loans and she says that's got her and her partner feeling kind of frozen yeah it's always were interested in having kids but just cost of living and all our other bells and then the student loans is just like the final straw so if people like green would suddenly had this mill stone of debt lifted from their necks it stands to reason that that would unleash pent up desires and spending that would be good for the economy a lot more people would probably have kids words start businesses serve by houses in the short term it's very positive for the housing market Lawrence Yun is the national association of realtors chief economist he says his group survey showed that student data is people delaying homeownership by five to seven years he's not endorsing any particular plan but he estimates that broad loan forgiveness would push up the number of home sales quite a bit home sales cook BSA three hundred thousand high your annually if people were not settle what law each student that of boost to the housing sector as well as to the economy just how much would it help the economy William foster is a vice president with moody's which just did a report on student debt forgiveness there's been some estimates that US real GDP could be boosted on average by eighty six billion two hundred and eight billion per year which is quite a bit that's if you had total loan forgiveness busters as it would have to be total forgiveness to see significant results and he says it could also help address rising income inequality student loans are not contributing to what's perceived as lower economic prospects for younger Americans after all all those millions of people are delaying homeownership and that's the most powerful way for most working and middle class people to build wealth Lawrence you a typical homeowner I has net worth about two hundred thirty dollars and while typical renter has only five thousand but well the idea of loan forgiveness is popular among voters it would not be free and this is a big reason that plenty of politicians and policy experts are not on board this would be expensive foster says Americans owe a lot of money on those student loans about one point five trillion and that's more than auto loans and credit cards they're the second biggest that item for households busters as most of these laws are from the federal government and it could forgive them but that would mean giving up the eighty five billion dollars in annual revenue that it's currently collecting on these loans and that would result in a wider fiscal deficit also taxing people to make up the difference would be a drag on the economy and there are other issues of many people would oppose a give away to say lawyers and doctors who stand to make a lot of money later but happen to have a lot of student loan debt also you would want to tax the working class to pay for higher income college graduates loan forgiveness that's why presidential candidates are proposing to tax the wealthy to pay for it add a foster says there could be what's called a moral hazard factor here for future students those students might expect future loan forgiveness and therefore the take out even more money than they might have otherwise and that could create even greater levels of student debt so it plenty of potential pitfalls but policy makers who are pushing for a loan forgiveness say that they have plans to make it both fair and good for the economy and to do it in a way to make education more affordable for future students so they wouldn't have to take on so much debt Chris Arnold and

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The Coed Scouts of America

Household Name

01:39 min | 2 years ago

The Coed Scouts of America

"Today. The boy scout manual as the handbook for Democratic Youth. The world over more than ten million copies have already been pulled in one thousand nine hundred ten. The Boy Scouts of America took up the mantle of raising American boys and by the end of the century it had turned out millions of them. How much did you might do my duty to garden my country? Keep myself physically strong mentally awake and morally straight. The boy scouts have become synonymous with young men coming of age in America. This is the Simon Character. More fifty one years boy scouts have making and in today's world more than ever character counts. You had to be a lot of things to be a boy scout trustworthy loyal helpful. Friendly courteous kind obedient. Cheerful thrifty brave clean and reverend. But the word boy was never in the scout oath or law and now it's not even in the name of the boy scouts that's because earlier this year it changed its name to scouts. BSA and for the first time ever girls were allowed to become official members for a lot of Americans. This was a shock so some say hey. What's the big deal? We heard some of that reaction on Fox and friends this this thing called the girl scouts that are going to suffer from that and I think there's a reason why the curriculums different to you. Yeah because this is a curriculum for boys and boys are different than girls. I know that this is a true thing. But what if I told you. This isn't the first time the boy scouts of America has let girls in

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"bsa" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"bsa" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

"Eh this choose black and white and he thought they were real little Sierra Sierra Marie will now match ethically stopping our forests that film that BSA via hold another.

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"bsa" Discussed on Application Security PodCast

Application Security PodCast

15:53 min | 2 years ago

"bsa" Discussed on Application Security PodCast

"Hey folks welcome to the application security podcast. This is Chris Romeo. One of the CO hosts here animals so the C._E._O.. Of Security Journey and I'm joined today by Tommy Ross from the B._S._A.. And Tommy we always start this podcast. Our listeners know this already but we always start art with a person's security origin story so if there was a comic book that described the way you got into security what would episode one look like Oh well episode. One would be <hes> a little ways days away from security because started out as a lowly letter writer on Capitol Hill answering questions from constituents about <hes> national security issues that were going on in the world <hes> really the time mainly about the war in Iraq got wrote thousands and thousands of letters on the war in Iraq <hes> so as long journey to get from there into cybersecurity but <hes> I worked on Capitol Hill for about twelve or fifteen years and eventually worked for the majority leader of the Senate during the time when Congress considering comprehensive cybersecurity legislation and so spent about five years focused on trying to understand how the government could best put in place tools to <hes> shape cybersecurity cybersecurity across the industry and to defend government and critical infrastructure systems against <hes> militia cyber activity we kinda failed dramatically in our effort to pass comprehensive it's of cybersecurity legislation but it laid the groundwork for a lot of the legislation that's on the books today and really got me into cyber security and put me on on my current career path and that that ultimately led you to the B._S._A.. which will get into that here in a second but I just want to fill our listeners in a little bit on how we got here so <hes> B._S._A.? Put out a <hes> release press release about this new document that was coming out that was going to focus on software security already and one of our other guests Adam show stack. Who's a very well known in the world of threat modeling? We were talking to him and he said Hey I'd listen to an episode. If you talked about that new document that came out and so here we are so thanks thanks atoms for <hes> you know for volunteering to listen if we went ahead and did the interview here so Tommy. I think it'd be good for our listeners to understand first of all what is B._S._A.. Because to be honest with you I'd never heard of it before. This document came out and some curious kind of wood as B._S._A.. What's it therefore sure will back on my sort of origin story? I should clarify you know I'm. I'm a policy guy not a technical guy and I think that's sort of the space where B._S._A.. Lives where Industry Association representing most of the leading enterprise software companies <hes> the traditional software companies that everyone's heard of like Microsoft and Oracle and IBM and apple but also born in the cloud companies like salesforce and spunk blunk in workday that that are bringing a new type of of software product and a new type of software development and a lot of cases to to the market <hes> so we have a we have a pretty broad array of of leading software development development organizations and the B._S._a.. As an industry association represents their equities in in the government space around the world so in front of both legislative organizations and executive branches ranches in the United States in Europe in Asia and around the world so cybersecurity is just a subset then what B._S._A. Focuses on there's a number of different categories I saw on the website of of different kind of <unk> areas that result in software but cybersecurity just happens to be one of them. It's one of them. It's it's one of our priorities I mean we we do work in a number of different areas but I think what we've seen over the last <hes> four or five years is it cybersecurity has come to the forefront. Forefront in a way that has elevated it as a priority among our member companies and therefore made at one of the the chief areas of focus for B._S._A.. And so that takes us then to the B._S._A.. Framework for secure software and so I thought that'd be good too for those that may not even know that this thing exists at this point. It'd be great to just get a definition of what is this document called the framework for secure software sure maybe I can sort of start out by talking about about why we did it and that will give you a sense for how it developed into the tool that that that we envisioned we have seen a gap for some time in in the policy space around software security and not just the policies face I mean it it it it affects developers as well and it affects stakeholders across the ecosystem. When it comes to software security there really has not been defined benchmark for assessing <hes> or discussing security outcomes <hes> related to software security and so our members set out to fill that gap and many of them had had a lot of positive experiences over the past several years with the nist cybersecurity framework which is really more focused on networks and defending critical infrastructure networks in particular <hes> but they had a positive experience with that they liked the way that it is flexible and outcome focused so that allows for software developers to look at a lot of different technical approaches consistent with a with a specific and measurable outcome <hes> and and so we we set out with that as a model what we're trying to achieve was was a tool that liked that nist framework can be used to help organizations understand and assess their own security practices but then help outside stakeholders folders including policymakers and customers <hes> understand and assess security outcomes associated with the software <hes> and so we we did follow the nist model where we had <hes> a framework approach coach? That's as I said flexible risk-based adaptable to different technologies different development environments different coding languages and then it it follows the framework model so their functions categories and subcategories <hes> we we also adopted nests mapping to relevant standards and informative resources but then we added a little bit additional detail because uh with software development the details are really important and we wanted to get sort of down to the next level beyond where the nist cybersecurity framework had gone so we incorporated something called a diagnostic statement which is really the intended to be a specific measurable statement <hes> and then we also added a comment a column on comments on implementation. One of the chief challenges that we faced when it came to this framework was that there are so many different kinds of software so many different methodologies used whether it's different development models or <hes> different coding languages <hes> Different Update <hes> <hes> <hes> timelines all that kind of stuff and so even where we wanted to be as specific as possible we also wanted to be as universal as possible and so in some cases we needed <hes> to to further elaborate on how diagnostic statements might apply to certain development methodologies where the application isn't obvious so that's kind of a general overview of the of the framework <hes> and as I said it is is a tool what we intend is that as a tool to help guide developers and then to help <hes> stakeholders across the ecosystem have smart conversations about the level of security associated associated with individual software products and services including within the organizations and then with with external stakeholders like policymakers and and customers and also suppliers and I think it's it's great that you've stuck to the Knicks C._S._F.. Model I've been a big Fan of Nicosia SEF since it came out just because I think it's so easy to understand. It's not like a giant thousand page document that you're lost in very quickly because it's got so much detail l. and so yeah as I was going through software security framework here in preparation for this conversation I thought this is I like how this is kind of lined up and now I'm realizing it's because you took that that same approach this the S._f.. So it's great to take things like that and and carry him forward. So who is this actually four then who is the WHO's the I mean yeah you mentioned policy folks. You mentioned some other ones but when who is the target audience for this document argument yeah I mean that was of course the question that we we was at the top of our minds as we are developing this and I think <hes> we didn't. We didn't believe that there is one target audience. We believe that there's a handful of them for software developers. We see see this as a document around which a secure development life cycle can be built <hes> or can be assessed. If it's already in place <hes> we we it does link back to best practice literature. We're on the secure development life cycle from a variety of different sources and so it's a it's a resource for developers to think through logically how to build or how to improve the development process for their software. It's also internally. Eighty for organizations away to enable folks outside the software development team to <hes> understand and talk about security whether its security teams that are that that need to be looking at the software is it's coming out of the development teams depending on how the organization is structured or whether it's for example <hes> lawyers or government affairs representatives who need to be able to make representations about the security of the software where before the audiences that they're dealing with <hes> so the software development organizations themselves are one important audience I think as a second important audience and really one that drove a lot of our or <hes> a lot of our motivation for producing this was the policymaker audience. What we've seen is that around the world there are a number of different governments that are looking at ways to build confidence uni- in the security profiles of the software that is being procured by the governments and that is going out into the marketplace in Iot devices and another forms so policymakers was certainly a second big big audience and then the third is that you know as we went through this process we heard from a number of the software organizations that we spoke with that they are increasingly confronted with customers that are really concerned about the security associated with the products or services? They're thinking about buying but don't have good ways to talk to the company's about it so they'll submit questionnaires that might be up to one hundred pages long and might have some yeah good questions in there but also might have a lot of stuff. That's just not relevant and so the what happens is the security teams instead of really pouring all their resources into security spent a lot of time answering these these questionnaires and it sort of lengthens the sale cycle and that kind of thing and so what we had hoped is that this tool would provide customers away to have more sophisticated targeted conversations with their suppliers in a way that would improve their confidence in the products or services but also shorten the sale cycles and simplified the conversations as somebody who's been on kind of both sides of that last one the customer requirements definitely every time it seems like every time we get one of those. It's slightly different like yeah like eighty. percent of the questions are the same but they're not worded the same way and so. I think you're you're right on there that there's really a need for if we got to the point where he suffered security framework here was what folks were referencing it would at least give us that common vocabulary and common set of questions versus. We always have to interpret what the question is to try and figure out. What's the answer that somebody's actually looking for him? Yeah that's absolutely go so I see a couple of guiding principles that you've highlighted here for the document itself and these really jumped out at me because I like to understand what I'm thinking about something like a framework what what was driving the decision process that you made and so you listed risk based outcome focused flexible adaptable and aligned with internationally recognized standards. Tell us a little bit about why you chose. Those is the guiding principles well. I think that as we've looked at different efforts to try to think about software security <hes> in different contexts around the world we see these areas that are common common pitfalls of those kinds of approaches. I mean obviously when you have rigid standards rigid <hes> regulations around software software evolves so quickly that that it those rigid <hes> regulations can really inhibit <hes> <hes> software developers from pursuing those those innovations are pursuing that evolution and so the there needs to be something that is flexible enough to allow for continuing evolution but I think the important caveat is at its it's it needs to be flexible but also meaningful from a security standpoint <hes> so that's that's why we have tried to be as specific as we possibly can with the introduction and the the diagnostic statements rhys base obviously <hes> that's a principle that we think is important to incorporate throughout the development life cycle and we've done that within the <hes> within the framework itself development of software really should begin beyond the idea yeah for the software should begin with an assessment of of the potential risks so the potential threats the threat modeling is as you brought up earlier is a really crucial part <hes> and and so many different parts of software developed development uh-huh build off that initial understanding of the risk landscape <hes> and so we've tried to build in a risk based approach throughout the framework <hes> outcome focused very similar <hes> we think there are a lot of different technical approaches approaches to get to common security outcomes. What should matter is not the specific technical approach but the outcome <hes> whether we get to the security control or the security capability that's important to address the threat that's been identified and then we do think that there is a need for the framework to be universal to be adaptable to different technologies different development processes different coding languages?.

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"bsa" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"bsa" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"A M U dot org. And again, just to reiterate we did reach out to the girl scouts of USA and offer them an opportunity to be part of the conversation. They didn't make anyone available to us in time for this broadcast. But that offer still stands, but professor Miller before we continue. I was wondering if you could just bring us up to speed on this law. Lawsuit. The national girl scout office sued over the boy scouts decision to drop the word boy from its program for teens and change it to scouts BSA. Tell us more about the lawsuit. Well, I can't really tell you about the lawsuit. That's happening right now. It's really not out there in the public. I can tell you a little bit about some of the older litigation between these groups. But I also wanted to see something to what Aaron had to say about her own kids in her own family. And there's no question that these organizations have always had to appeal to both children, and their parents in practical reasons, and philosophical reasons, and I was struck by the language of the letter that you read from the girl scouts using the word target girls. And maybe there's a little frustration there. Because one of the things I think that the girl scouts might affirm is girls will join boys organizations and even want to as your as tweeted, but boys don't want to join girls organizations, and I think it would be a pretty hard sell. Imagine if the girl scouts opened up their ranks, two boys. It's hard for me to believe that there would be a lot of boys jumping at that opportunity. So that may be a little bit of what you heard in the frustration. I heard in that letter. Professor, jordan. I understand we've got you wanna solid phone line. Now, I wonder what your sense is of this lawsuit between the girl scouts and the boy scouts. Well, Dr Miller all work and other historians like Mary Rothschild covered about the could've earlier controversies. I'm struck by the similarities between, you know, sat and read through the fifty pages of the of the suit, and it seemed like party abyss this changing to a more generic name scouts BSA. But it seemed like a lot of the girl. Scouts concern was local boy scout leaders not being very careful about advertising recruiting girls. Four quote scouts or scout troops are not saying. But this is the boy scouts organization, not the girl scouts girl. Scouts still exists. You can still choose that. So I think and you know, in the nineteen twenties that was the concern the boy scouts one of the concerns. The boy scouts said they had with the girl scouts was that. If you don't clarify that this is a separate organization. That's not the boy scouts, then you caused confusion and you discourage members by not clarifying it. This is a separate girl scouts organization, not affiliated with the BSA. I'm almost struck by the parallel, the marine, but about flipside of the earlier controversy about name confusion about main specificity and in media and recruitment efforts at the local level. What about that concern that there would be confusion or that? It would kind of dilute the brand of the girl scouts to change the name just two scouts BSA to a non gender specific name. Josh weather's not a whole lot that I can say into this issue is it is the subject of current litigation. But what I will say is that we have the utmost respect for the girl scouts and their programs, and they're strong track record of developing strong, female leaders. There's no question about that. We have strong respect for all of our. Fellow you serving organizations in this space, and he looked at four H. And if you look at a wanna, and there are there are several other organizations that we think serve the need for the seventy million children in our country who who are in desperate need of these character-building groups. And so we don't see it as a competition. That's not the framework that we put on this. We see it as much more of a collaboration as to. How can these you serving organizations us included serve more families and more kids that desperately need these life changing experiences. And if it's not us, we hope it is one of the other agencies that we have high respect for now we've been getting to know some of the girls who are feeling these changes up close some of the girls in the Washington area. See they're not interested in joining boy scouts of America or scouting BSA. At least not yet one as a requirement met them during one of the girl scouts busiest times of. A year. We're out of tag.

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A new era begins for the Boy Scouts of America

Warren Pierce

07:46 min | 2 years ago

A new era begins for the Boy Scouts of America

"There's an interesting story. That's been unfolding. I want to say for the last couple of years where the boy scouts of America changed their name their now known as BSA, right? And they're inviting girls to be part of the BSA the boy scouts, and we have girls from Livingston county as the first female scouts to join the B S A troop, I've got some questions about this particular story and checking in on our phone line. Now, the scoutmaster of this troop three ten in Pinkney, Michigan Heather Hudson. Now Pinkney is known for cheese to be sure as we stopped going up north on the I seventy five to get some. But now you kind of made news being the first. Scouts BSA with girls in it. Give us a little bit of the background as to how this unfolded, and what kind of impact it's having up there. And to those who are members of the troupe. Well warrant. Things are kind of exciting here in picky. We're all really excited about the new true. And I am hurt or assistant scout master with troops three twelve. Which is our linked true. So. A couple of different models. There's a all-girl troupe or you can have a link to which is the way we're doing things. So we have our three twelve which is all blade troop. And we have a troop three ten which is the all girl. True. We share a committee and are chartered organizational breath as well as yes assistant scout masters and all the troops trailer and all the gear. So for us troop three twelve it was an easy transition to make the decision. Start the girl. True. We had many. Well, there's girls right now and of them they've all had siblings. Either in a boy scout troop right or in our troop, specifically three twelve and they were watching what their brothers were doing things are. Well, the things they were doing and the places they were going, and they decided that they wanted to be a part of that. When the question I have and keep in mind, I'm the father of four daughters. But why wouldn't they want to be? And I know you were involved in scouting with your sons, but why wouldn't the girls wanna be in girl? Scouts. What is it about? The boy scouts are. Now BSA that they want to be part of. Well, like, I just said. These girls have been watching her brothers were doing right and the do the scouts BSA program. And maybe these girls are also in girl scouts and yet. They have also chosen part of the scouts BSA program. So it's really no different than them to saying they want to be part of a basketball team or volleyball team some of them on the swim team. It's all about choices and what they wanna do. And so some of the things that we've been doing and that your all the girls receive a nice from our the Lynch through twelve so we've gone over nice safety. How to whip infused rope. How to certifier safely? These are all things that the girls wanted to do. And they've been doing them in our meetings made them working at meal plan going Campo to do the shopping. So there. Campout just a really great program. And unfortunately, I don't know. What the girl scout program has to offer because I'm not part of that program, and I just know all the wonderful benefits at the scouts BSA program has to offer the one thing I saw suggested that the only thing for example, girl scouts couldn't. Get is a what was it? They kind of a leadership role and become what does that special thing in in the boy scouts were. They could become the eagle scouts go right there. That was the only thing I thought that girls couldn't achieve is be getting that eagle scout. Does have a gold award. And we in the boy scouts has the eagle scout award. And so now the girls that join starting your first in two thousand eighteen will have that opportunity to get the eagle scout award as well. Let me I was looking back and and recalling a story that I saw on good Morning America was two years ago when the boy scouts of America decided they were gonna change their name to BSA, and that they were thinking about having girls joined the BSA, and this was the breaking story. And I just and I know you mentioned, you know, a lot about the girl scouts, but listen to the breaking story that good Morning America ran about two years ago when this announcement came out, but leaders of the girl scouts are outraged in a strongly worded statement, they condemn the boy scouts move to include girls, telling ABC news the boy scouts. House is on fire instead of addressing systemic issues of continuous sexual assault, financial mismanagement and deficient programming. BSA senior management wants to add an accelerated to the house fire by recruiting girls. Girl scouts generate half of their annual revenue needs through those famous cookies selling two hundred million boxes a year, which generate almost a billion dollars in sales. No word if the scouts will attempt their own cookie franchise now, what what did you make a necessary thing that was like a two two years or so ago have there because obviously everybody was not on board on this decision for girls to join the boy scouts or the BSA. Oh, go ahead. No, you go ahead. Okay. It's interesting. You know, hearing that I just know what the scouts USA has to offer. And you know, I'm proud to say, it's a wonderful program. And that that's something that these girls have chosen to do. And you know, and I I don't really understand why everybody wants to, you know, make decisions for other people or tell these young ladies and their parents, what's right for them. Or what's not right for them. Or, you know, what type of program they want to be part of all I know is the scouts BSA, you know, once women and young men to join scouts BSA. And they're also, you know, backing them in any choices that they make join any type of program that they would like to join. So I don't really pay much attention to the media because a lot of attacked skewed one way or the other all I know is our cheap is really happy the parents and pick me you're really happy and everybody's proud of their sons and daughters, and it's gonna be a great achievement. When these girls reach the

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"bsa" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"bsa" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Saying people come up efforts annoy didn't know any of this stuff. And of course, the lightbulb went on over my head, zinc thing. I've been time. Hey, you gotta teach people stuff. Norm. You people assumed you new things, you didn't know. Right. You telling him stuff, you know, you'd only can't assume they know it how about how about the blame yourself. You're always on your plane, you'll say poised on your own petard. And that's why I said, okay. I gotta go into the studio. We've got a record these segments. I know they're going to be five segments going to do these segments until they're done and it ended up being five segments of roughly fifteen twenty minutes a piece I mean, there's a lot of material people need to know this stuff. But what happens John is when when the damage is done it's far too late. And then people get mad and get frustrate. Rated and they give up, and this is the problem this, you know, a lot of the reason that we can't get access to over the air terrestrial radio stations. That was sentenced set the place in the eighties in the seventies. With a whole memo's stuff. These people have been doing a creeping kind of of grasp around our throat and only now if people having trouble breathing this, hey, who's got the hand around my throat. And now they're starting to figure it out. Well, it's little too late to start getting upset, you know, we should have paid attention in the past. But we the truth of the matter is we can still manage to yank their fingers off our throats. It's called election time and start to take time to take it back into rebuild it to make it our way. That's what we're gonna need. We need to settle in and be mature. And no more temper tantrums. What do you think? Bringing back the memories, though, when you did that presentation, you know, a lot of people in that group were grieving because they pulled AM ten ninety off the air. And we all knew that they were getting good ratings, and they were done, the advertisers. They were making money. It was all good. Yeah. We did those forms in the stadium and the hockey arenas giant arena, be blood filled it up. No, it was it was a commercial success. But John the truth of the matter is is a Cumulus. I think was CBS might have been NBC. But it was one of those two Cumulus, which didn't have any radio stations in Seattle. I still don't think they do Cumulus was doing they were doing this national sports network, and he needed an AM station in the opinion the board. Right. A pin in the map. And so the only AM those available CBS was CBS advocacy BSA on the radio stations so CBS, and we got an AM. So they said sorry, y'all you liberals are gone, we need you for sports network and the ratings that the station never got any ratings, but John didn't need any ratings because he got aggregated with all these other radio stations to create AQHA eighty five thousand and that's why you need to listen to the all those beyond the norms because all this technical radio.

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"bsa" Discussed on The Read

The Read

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"bsa" Discussed on The Read

"It's like full what from our perspective, anyways, like work on it for would y'all had just barely got together. And he was already eaten so, but you know, whatever you'll be in love with these negatives Cardo. Twenty six. Niches journeys from me was the year where I was like, oh, I don't have to do. What you dumb is. Nate twenty twenty six wasn't awakening. Okay. But it's not that. That's not like, you know, a thing across the board for all right? Not if you give birth that same year. I mean. Stay sleep is harder to leave a nigga when she have a baby bio, so I'm not I mean, I baby even remotely shocked by this news. But I wish her the best. I hope that nigga stops, you know, embarrassed her. That's really it. I hope I hope the best for that. Couple. At your best. You are loved. Why? I'm not gonna keep going. No. Yeah. I I'm not shocked myself either. And I too wish them the absolute best Cardi. Sure. The no, no because you know, you have a baby in the situation, and you probably have been around both of them probably been around. Several motherfuckers did not have. Both parents in the house will whatever like that. And you just want even if you haven't you want for your kids have it's Joycean, but then at the same time lake guess. Yeah. Do won't. If your baby's y'all one have both parents in the house everyone. Everyone deserves to be dumb with niggers. To in extent immeasurable extent as a learning curve for all of all of us involved. You know, I I can look back on these with the benefit of hindsight. 'cause I am not twenty six Newport. So but like I said, I'm not trying to like shit. Oh, Cardi's dreams or her marriage, even necessarily is just I don't know that that is really going to write. But I hope he does truly. I do. I hope he stops embarrassing his his wife like this are open for about support of the aluminum bylaws or guidelines. You don't think so? The eliminate a you actually must stand up in your adultery as well. As your misogyny, and your bees, see, I feel like deep down inside. I'm hoping Jay Z called who is also and was just like why would you ever? Call offset a ballot. Well, not not unsolicited like offset was I cannot get in touch with Jay Z in the phone call happened. And Jay z was like dumb mistakes these Asian. I hope he got through time. I can give I feel like a nigga like that is only gonna listen to somebody like, Jay z. No, you don't think. So absolutely not feature toll Jay Z kisses as well future. Founded no, probably inherited the eliminate amazing. So future may be up. Their future may be can be saved. But I I would hope that somebody older that you know, he respects professionally and personally we've reach out and say dull make the mistakes. I do not put this woman through HALE for however long, you know, EBay with her and do right by her or leave her and go on to life, like I'm just hoping that conversation happened with somebody that he respects, but maybe not you don't seem to have. Not one shred of fate. I feel like you've got a better going Going damn. down on the bible study. And then here in a word. You know? I would rather you commit to doing better by me than even necessarily come in going to church every week. Another more mysterious rekindling of left of seems happening Toni Braxton and Birdman might be. Damn Tony Rulli redoing. So well, girl BSA recreated Alpa cover for Halloween. What why wouldn't you just read the momentum into? Is that what has been the day that she was like oh. I don't have to do. Yeah. Yeah. Honestly. Yes. If BSA redid I'm coming. I feel like that would be like a refresher. Like, I am that bitch..

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"bsa" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"bsa" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"To the conservative circus. Your ringmaster, James tears. William wants a doll. This is a song that was a part of the free to be me. And you series of the nineteen sixties so song album that my wife to the stake. A sing every song by heart. It was the feminist. The project included all the big names of the day. Rosie Greer young Michael Jackson. Margo thomas. Is all all the big names. And every single song had a feminist twist. It's okay for boys. Decry William wants a da. But he's getting teased. It was ready ahead of his time. Or maybe it's no calls all this to to to roll out the first place. It was the catalyst. I thought about that song today. And I thought about that album as I read those. The boy scouts of America. Are now rebranded as the scouts BSA. And they're welcoming all girl troops. Members in a new scout troop made history when they took an oath to become the first all girls scouts BSA. Troupe. Twenty nineteen joined thousands across the country celebrating with ceremonies to Mark the boy scouts of America's inclusion of girls the boy scouts program, right? We're changing the name of the boy scout program to scouts BSA s Larry Brown. He's the chief scout executive. Scalps BSA will be for girls and boys eleven to seventeen but troops will not be coed said Brown who spoke at the ceremony. That's great. That's great. So another institution. Teach men to be men. Boise men. It's been co-opted. The boy scout program is built on troops working together to learn leadership skills through camping and working on different rank advancements in merit badges. A lot of families want their daughters to have the same experiences in the same program that the boy scouts have. We see it as a program that gives families a choice. I don't. And apparently some girl scout folks don't either because last November of the girl scouts of the USA have filed a trademark infringement lawsuit against the boy scouts of America. After the that it would drop boy from the program. See there's still some folks out there to see the boys and the girls some girls that I don't wanna learn how to do hall MAC. I don't wanna learn how to cook. And so I wanna learn how to do stuff outdoors. That's why I want to be a boy scout. Why have changed the program the girl scouts program? So you do some of those things how come you got to join the boy scout program, you know, ruin the boy scout program in order for you to do what you wanna do. I hate that. I do. And this has wider implications. Of course, there's just that. I was a cub scout back in the day. Boy scouts. They had a whole lot of controversy. Just like the Catholic church whole lot of controversy. And because of that controversy they started to lose money lose funding. I guess this is the way to keep it going. But as far as I'm concerned the boy scouts of America. No longer exists. They wanna talk about one hundred and nine year tradition. Nano is gone. There's something different now. You're something different. And it's just one more institution. God. Feminism. Destroyed it or better yet, liberalism liberalism. Destroyed. The boy scouts. I'll tell you what we have a lot of the Democrats are just making me so happy today on on another note because they're being exposed. They're being exposed when it comes to taxes. They're being exposed when it comes to abortion. And they're being exposed when it comes to racism and all happened in one week because of two governors one from New York and one from Virginia. I will tell you how they pretty much put the Democrats on the hot seat. They're on point trying to defend the indefensible and if America pays attention. I think the Democrats may be in trouble..

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"bsa" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"bsa" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Tom Shattuck from the Boston Herald is in the house. And Shattuck question for you. Yeah. Even following this Liam Neeson's situation. BSA have so Liam Niessen. Man, when you're a celebrity usually controversy finds you write something like the newspaper like the one that you work for the Boston Herald, Tom Shannon from the Boston Herald calling in and you have a question for him. We heard through the grapevine do you care to comment kind of thing? Well, that's not what happened with Liam Neeson here. Liam Neeson voluntarily put himself in the middle of a huge controversy perhaps to his own detriment. We'll see how this all plays out, but Liam Neeson in promoting his upcoming movie, which involves payback. And you you mess with me. It looks like taking five which does not go. Yes. Yep. So he's giving an interview to a I think an English paper British anyway, and it's a female reporter who says so where do you what do you channel to get into the mood for this thing and Liam nation. Gets personal and Liam Neeson tells a story, and it is just become a humongous controversy now. Liam Neeson's talks about. Years ago. A very good friend of mine who he does not name and still has a named was well lighting. Do you have the the originally 'em Nissan story? Not the good Morning America stuff from today yet. But gimme the original one that leads into the trouble. It's part of the stuff that you had in the show. Open back at noon. This is this is what got him into the controversy that we're going to discuss tell you a story..

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"bsa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"bsa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's the Brian Lehrer show on WNYC. Good morning, again, everyone now we'll have a call in for parents of girl scouts, or if you're a former girl scout yourself, would you like your daughter? Or would you have liked for yourself to be in a gender integrated? Boy scouts now rebranding themselves. If you haven't heard this news yet from the other day as just scouts BSA two one two four three three WNYC four three three nine six nine two. Again. Maybe heard this news on Friday, the boy scouts of America announced that girls canal officially become boy scouts. They had already been doing this the lower levels like cub scouts. But now it's going to go all the way up through eagle scout. And again, the announcement came with some rebranding the group's new name is now scouts BSA BSA the initials for boy scouts of America. But they're now scout spe- essay so parents of current girl. Scouts. I wonder if we have anybody listening right now. Who is a parent of a current girl scout or if you ever a girl scout yourself when you were a girl. Parents would you like your daughter? Or would you have liked for yourself? If you were the past girl scout to be an agenda integrated boy scouts now rebranding themselves as just scouts BSA two one two four three three WNYC two one two four three three nine six nine to coming to the segment or. You know, as we were prepared for this. We got we got a post on her comments page from any in Rye Brook who wrote. I went back and forth in my mind on whether to send our six year old daughter to scouts or girl. Scouts. I want her to be around strong, female leaders, girl power and all, but ultimately we joined her in scouts. My husband is an eagle scout. And we want whatever leadership confidence building skills boys are taught in scouts for our daughter to be taught those same skills in the same way boys are taught them. Plus, she gets exposed to strong female leaders in den leaders and the other mothers who bring their children to scout. So there's there's one mother from Westchester who's grappling with this? And is apparently making a decision there are you know, they're they're pros and cons that are being discussed pros. More options for girls. Scouting experience varies immensely, depending on your local troop leader girls might get stuck in girl scouts with a group. That's all about selling cutthroat cookie sales. It's another way for fathers and daughters to connect also resume building resume building is a factor here. There's nothing in the girl scouts that's considered out in the wider world, the equivalent of becoming an eagle scout. And earning your way up to that. There is something that they have. But it's not generally, but others perceived as as the same. So those are some of the pros the cons, none of the benefits of a single sex learning environment. That single-sex learning environments can sometimes confer the girl scouts could be weakened as an institution. For those girls who do want to join the boy scouts have you know, aggressive political history. I guess they're trying to get past that. But it is what it is. Or it was what it was. So current parents of girls considering scouting or pass girl scouts yourself. What do you think about this idea of a gender integrated? And it's not by the way within the troops. My understanding is they're going to be girls units and boys units within the boy scouts, but they're all going to be under this umbrella scouts USA, and they all will be able to earn the same badges. So that seems to be the way they're setting it up. So what do you think about this parents and former girl scouts two one two four three three WNYC? Tell us your stories and tell us your decision making processes if you're in and gives your thoughts. Two one two four three three nine six nine two. We'll take your calls, right? After this on the next fresh. Air before states ran legal lotteries. There was the underground street version the numbers for jet Davis talks with Terry about growing up with an enterprising mother who was a numbers runner in Detroit in the nineteen.

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"bsa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"bsa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Susan Witkin federal agents were involved in a shooting in Denver's Valverde neighborhood this afternoon. The agents were trying to serve a warrant to a man with a probation violation. He was a passenger in a car that was stopped. A woman was behind the wheel the two were shot and taken to the hospital boulder. Police have arrested a Buddhist teacher and meditation leader for sexual assault on a child year old Bill Corrales is accused of assaulting a student. He met through the Shambala Buddhist community. The victim says the assault started in two thousand when she was thirteen years old. The president's is planning to give what his aides call and inspiring vision of American greatness, when he delivers his state of the union address next week, a senior White House officials saying the president will call for both parties to work together in a divided congress, and we'll ask for compromise on safe and legal immigration. The president also plans to ask congress for a package that fixes and Bill. American roads, bridges, airports and rail lines something he's been unable to get the first two years. You'll also discuss how he plans to lower healthcare and drug costs ABC's Andy Field. KOA NewsRadio will air the state of the union and the democratic response. The brutal cold that's been freezing more than two thirds of the people in the US is now blamed for at least twenty one deaths this week today. Major changes being rolled out in the boy scouts organization girls between the ages of eleven and seventeen can now. Join the boy scouts in from here on out the program will be called scouts BSA. Our next news updates at six o'clock. I'm Susan Witkin KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM..

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"bsa" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:35 min | 3 years ago

"bsa" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Smart, cash dot CC. That's smart cash dot CC as we continue here. Brian is on the line in South Carolina. He is a scoutmaster. He's somebody with the boys. What was formerly known as the boy scouts of America. They've now rebranded as scouts BSA. And you said a year ago was when these big announcements were made that they were going to start accepting girls. They immediately started within the cub scouts, and you say that coming up this month. I think you said that they're gonna start letting girls into the boy scouts organization is that right? One February first. But you said you were pretty riled up about it in the beginning. And now, how do you feel? Well rounded up in the beginning because you know, as an eagle scout. You're now they're going to allow girls to earn merit badges and attained the rank of eagle scout, wait a minute. That's the thing. You know, it always has been always should be. Well, you know time to really sit down back about it. And really put a positive spin on it. You know, in my mind scouting, whether it's boy scouts or girl. Scouts has the best program and down in America for growing young American citizens. So whether it's scouts BSA with boys and girls or used to be boy scouts or still is bureau. Scouts who cares? It's still a great program for growing Young America. Here's a relevant question though. The eagle scout from what I understand. I when I was growing up as a teenager, a friend of mine became an eagle scout. And it was a big deal. You know, this is not a big, right? It's not an easy thing to get like, you just learn to tie a few knots, and you get this thing there's a lot of time and effort that they have to go in and put it in, you know, growth that goes into this in a very tough time in life to when you have to, you know, the the young people that can show the resolve to become an eagle scout are very unique. Because so many young people that time are busy thinking about all kinds of now any anybody that can accomplish this should absolutely be applauded, and it's an amazing feat. My guess my question is do you know of any plan? To make it. So that, you know, the requirements are different or will it be the same requirements for a girl eagle scout versus a male or boy eagle scout it it'll be the same requirements, and there is there's no reason to make any different requirements. Swimming, merit badge earn swimming mayor badge or hiking merit badge or cycling, one of the three is a fitness requirement and the swimming requirements for male or no different than twenty requirements for female good. I think that's the that's that's the way it ought to be let let girls in make sure that the bar is the same for everybody. And and let them accomplish things. I think that's amazing. Of course, some of the issues are gonna come up. I'm sure are tensions between males females especially in the teenage years. I know that when I was briefly in the boy scouts. I personally couldn't stand. The I don't like being told what to do. So I like being boy scouts. But but I know that there was a teenage girl in that room. It probably would have changed how the the boys in there were behaving dynamic. Yeah. Perfume and curfews. Perfume in car. Are you worried about that? As far as you know, the first time girl comes into the boy scouts meeting is going to change things. Do you think? Well, and currently scout troop have the option to go co Ed or stay all boy more start a new troop that all girl. Oh, so it may not necessarily be co at even though the organization welcomes girls, they may have a separate girls group, if especially if there's, you know difficulties that would probably happening. We could have a boy scout troop and a girl scout troop that when we come together for a larger district or council activity, they would interact, but as far as their weekly meetings, the potential still be separated is there. Okay. Good. Any idea what the uniforms are gonna look like fruity uniform going to stay basically, the same because of female adult leaders, right? There's not a whole lot of change. That's going to generate young just smaller. For for the young girls. You know, more active Typos score. Skirt short type thing. Probably I want to say thanks for calling about this tonight. Because it's interesting hearing how you've kind of evolved on the topic over the last year, and that's given it consideration. Given a time. You're you're embracing the change, and it sounds like it's being handled in a reasonable manner. Where local troops can opt into split off as noncolored or go co Ed and experiment with that. And and just see what works. So that seems to make sense. I thank you for the call tonight and feel free to call back with you know, the results coming up in February, and let us know how it's going. I support BSA's right to do whatever they want as far as the other private organizations private organization. They should be able to have in the fact is we're not the they've been dropping off in popularity over the years. So this is a way to stay relevant shirt. There's more coming up here..

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"bsa" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

PC Perspective Podcast

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"bsa" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

"I've heard this radio ads from the BSA you should you should report your company for using pirates. Right. Where to be had. Yeah. And it's also the Microsoft is realized that there is an awesome revenue stream in auditing companies. All yeah. And so all the plant something on the network to monitor. What's licensing, you've got or you get access to yours? And so, yeah, literally all of a sudden they're getting like ten thousand flags of illegal operating systems pop up. Making a phone call only to realize oh shit. That was wasn't it on second thought your cool. Are bad. I had a friend run to the run into this with his laptop, and he sent me a screen shot. Like, this is weird. And I actually hadn't heard of it. And then like a couple of minutes later on PC com. My homepage the internet, and I saw supposed I sent them like, well, if you just read PC per you would have known about this. Jeremy's on top of it. This related to the same October update that was pulled recently reassures a separate. This was a new unique issue that have given us a brilliant. It just keeps giving. All right. So if they just validated stuff, and then only push it out. You know, whatever. This new project. We're they're going to do internal validation before releasing things to the public like an internal insiders program. Well, actually, that's I've never heard of that before that sounds pretty unique. You bring your beta testers inside. And even if speaking of green beta testers inside did, you know, the Billy idol became a US citizen today. Oh, Syn nice day for a naturalization ceremony. Yeah. Yeah. Start again. Waiting from the same white wedding. But host. Hopes that you know, that would happen. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. All right. We've. Dead next up. So someone slapped one of those Seagate iron wolf hard, drives fourteen tear by one into a pin code driven encrypted. External housing. So I'll say it how many people just sit the pin could be zero zero zero zero. That's the combination on my luggage, Kanye, west iphone? Yeah. Two more zeroes. I believe it actually gets pissed if you don't do at least seven. So yeah, I mean, I wonder I mean, I would imagine this as reasonably secure since it's separate hardware device. That's doing the crypto before it even gets the hard drive and at things sole purpose in life is to protect the data. So hopefully, it's not going to be like those these. Posted it because it was eastward, and I'm still do this. Common criteria certified you have to feed antioxidants daily. So. Yeah. So that should be secure. And they I mean, they tested and it was fast as well. It just means that the the processor can handle the through the hard disk, basically, what just got interesting features. At least I figured was it'll support multiple users. So you can actually partition that drive off and have an overall men code can get access to everything as well as separate pins for multiple users. So that only you can only get your own files..

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"bsa" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"bsa" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"I would have been in my head from the second that goes like, we not studio. We go into the club. I'm like, well. Too bad. We couldn't make that sale. You You know know. what? I'm not going to make it to the club. Well, too bad. I didn't go to the club. I mean, it's all good. Okay. I'm going into club. I'm not on the list. Well, I guess it's tiny, the crib. Like what he he's much better than me am eat much better friend. He desires to help him through that shit. 'cause I totally would've went my home. Like we've been played the whistle Poza being cares like I'm getting listen. I've gotten much better about this. Let me put it that way, but can we'll be like, well, we're not on. We don't have this thing, but maybe it's in this room and I'm like, oh, whatever over there. I'll tell you over that. We'd already be in the room where we're supposed to be that BSA dangled prior was out of control, and I'm really glad we got to see that he make a great team. Yeah. I mean, she outta work, but yeah. And I just like I do what I do. Like I recognize when I'm being like that and I like, we'll fake it till I make. I'll just pretend to be excited. I've done it all the time now. I'm like, you know, and honestly, like on a loan, it kinda works does you wouldn't think it? But I mean, if you if you if kinda like the way I am, you wouldn't think it, but it really does kinda work like yesterday. We did a tour of the venue that we're doing, allow show Ed and we hung out with our event planner people and. We had a good time and stuff, but I really went into that Ben thinking about it for weeks like have a good time. We're gonna like, say the venue, ask the question. They're gonna meet the staff. Again, we're going to get, you know, figure out how everyone's going to like get there and all this shit, and it was super fund, but I made it fun before it happened. I think Daniel got caught off guard because he didn't have as much warning and things kept changing our him, but it but, but it's never like my is the problem. I've never been situation where I was like, I'm surprised you guys getting guide me for my car to the to the venue. Do you guys pay for my parking?.

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"bsa" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"bsa" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Believe. The teeth or something. I a washer Saint tan. KOMO man, you. All the lady. End young. Tell me how they call it. This crazy. You may how your opinions. Pain is only commute name. I admitted a fire, some. I admit that I. For me, the fab play, put some restraint on my damn. By phone, we drink smoke. We, we nine it that are told it. Points, two dollars. About the taper safe Cima Lois Johnson. I know all this land up plate this and I was just, like I said, I had Dick's lecture young, could we. Now the finish. Some approach has led. The only reason stay own gotta pay. Doubt would come to this. Within a BSA for everyone. So if you ever admit to fucking up, James Gunn, listen, just make a song and you will be forgiven. Yeah. I'm in love Steve. Harvey. I guess it kind of mission Gill. Yeah, that one do. I know the answers. I'm going to do this music up and he's fourteen. No. From being. I'm trying to find. The me playlists. Kidnap really wow today. Push daughter in math. All right. This. In a gold through, they could say what they say. But at the end of the day, the cannot deny your bills. Let's be here. Got some girls that the pull the hair. The song when he talks about I can't find it. I'll put it, put it in polls. You can't do this shit. That was even like if you put down the lyrics of everything, he said that's just like a novel man. There was there was a on this article right here where they put all the lyrics down and if be scroll through it, you're gonna talk. You keep scrolling. You keep scrolling. You gonna keep scrolling. You keep scrolling. I'm having in w. I'm on webpage the part of the even Labour's something he was talking. No, I saw that he was talking about how he lost his virginity when he was very young to somebody that took advantage of him somebody he makes it was a woman. But at a very young age, somebody touched him and all kinds of stuff. So now he's trying to say that you know, everything that people think I am from freaky nature. I came from a long time ago, although I haven't done anything legal. Meanwhile, this man's lawyers like shut the fuck up. Right. Wow. He's told me that I couldn't say it. So I just saying, excuse me about beat up. My favorite color is red. And everything. He starts reading Facebook profile. Point it's over while man. Yeah, I look. I don't know think about it, but nineteen minutes come on, man. This guy to for him. That's short. It is a man who made a like a three hour song trapped in the closet. He did yet. Yeah, tell you listen to this field and I'm gonna sit in the car. Yeah, we went to Waco in came back in this shit was still going. I know we went to car the Waco. Yeah, we drove three hours. Man. Listen to Trafton pleasant..

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Coach tells Boston Bruins' forward Brad Marchand to stop licking opponents

02:14 min | 3 years ago

Coach tells Boston Bruins' forward Brad Marchand to stop licking opponents

"Of utah now offers blank a special mormon massage no crying closets on wednesday eighteen house republicans sent a letter to norway formerly nominating president trump for the blank nobel peace prize the musicals mean girls in spongebob squarepants led the 2018 blank nominations announced on wednesday county right this week the nhl denied reports that they banned hockey player from blanking during games adjusting is jacksonville from licking other players so according to a report from sports net after boston bruins player brad marchand was caught licking toronto maple leaves player leo comer off for the second time during a game the nhl call the team to ask that he please stop doing that but the article was published in moshe both marsha the nhl denied any request was made they're not denying he licks the players there the nhl asked him to stop but seeing as the nhl was unwilling to take action the maple leaves decided to take matters in their own hands they've introduced their new star forward a giant frozen metal flagpole bill stewart quits she got five right ten more points total of thirteen but short of my gosh how many then does mas need to take the game eight to win oh my gosh here we go mas this is for the game this week president trump suggested that the meeting between him and blank would be held at a town in dmz kim jong right on wednesday the boy scouts of america now they changed their name to bsa and officially opened their program to blank girls yes this week disgraced data mining firm blank announced to be shutting down all operations cambridge energetic right on tuesday deputy attorney general blank fired back a republican lawmakers calling for his impeachment wrote that sessions the other one rats roasting stain why am i forgetting his name keep it up pretend more semitic you got following criticism of her performance on sunday the white house correspondents association distance itself from comedian blank wolf right a museum in france was surprised to discover that half of the paintings and they're gallery are blank fake.

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Sean Nelson, Connecticut and America discussed on

02:05 min | 3 years ago

Sean Nelson, Connecticut and America discussed on

"Dollar entrepreneurship program for high school students unheard this is the best way to change that we want to see from this because it starts with our you robinson sean nelson both twenty three said they were waiting for a friend to discuss a business deal when a starbucks employee called police to complain about them not ordering anything and refusing to leave a video of the incident went viral sparking protests inchoate calls for a boycott the amount of the starbucks settlement with the pair has not been disclosed a dead police standoff is is unfolding outside of barricade at home in north haven connecticut authorities say at least six officers have suffered nonlife threatening injuries and an explosion on the property police are negotiating with the man who allegedly is holding his family hostage to the north haven is a town in south central connecticut this is npr news the boy scouts of america is changing its name come february the one hundred eight year old organization will be referred to as scouts bsa the group's leaders say that dropping boys from the name is a gesture to girls who will be able to join the program next year girls are already allowed in the cub scouts program for children aged seven to ten meanwhile girl scout officials say they're preparing for an aggressive campaign to recruit and retain its members investigators say that pilot error is the reason for at least three of five airplane near misses at san francisco international airport in the last sixteen months we get details from npr's david schaper an air canada jet approach guess fall last july seventh was lined up to land on a taxi way that had four other fully loaded planes on it the pilot of one of those planes alerted air traffic control taxiway controller tells upon the to abort the landing pulls up just in the nick of time is noted on live atc dot net by another pilot air canada directly over a newly released video shows the air canada.

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Stomach Cramps, California and Norovirus discussed on Tom Sullivan

Tom Sullivan

00:58 sec | 3 years ago

Stomach Cramps, California and Norovirus discussed on Tom Sullivan

"Ecoli include diarrhea stomach cramps and vomiting most people recover within a week lisa steve health officials in california say about one hundred people statewide have contracted norovirus in the past week after eating raw oysters from british columbia canada canada's reported more than one or seventy cases of gastrointestinal illness also linked to the consumption of raw oysters after more than one hundred years the boy scouts changing its name they'll now be known as scouts bsa this is all because of a change in policy that will allow girls to enter the ranks chief scout executive mike serbo said many possibilities were considered and they wanted to land on something that conveys the past but embraces the future the parent organization will still be called the boy scouts of america but the heart of the program for youths ages eleven through seventeen will now be referred to as scouts bsa girls can officially enter that program starting next year jim mckay fox news.

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Boy Scouts unveil new name: Scouts BSA

The Steve Dahl Show

01:40 min | 3 years ago

Boy Scouts unveil new name: Scouts BSA

"The for its charter and insults is opening a second location the chicago tribune says the location at the new impact stadium in rosemont where the minor league chicago dogs baseball team will play we'll be more family friendly the boy scouts are getting a new a name change nope not anymore the boy scouts of america say their flagship program for eleven to seventeen year olds will simply be referred to as scouts bsa beginning february of two thousand nine the new name is designed to be a welcoming sign for girls will start joining the program next year girls are already allowed to be in the cub scouts the organization predicts both boys and girls and scouts bsa warford themselves simply as scouts completely dropping the boy or girl modifier the parent organization will remain the boy scouts of america and the cub scouts the program for seven to ten year olds will keep its title as well i'm tj houdini now time for traffic at three zero three the edens right now out to lake cook sixteen minutes inbound from lake cook to the junction twenty the kennedy out to the junction twenty two to o'hare thirty six inbound o'hare to downtown that's forty junction in thirty eisenhower out to wolf thirty five to thorndale fifty inbound from thorndale to downtown that's a forty five minute trip wolf in thirty the stevenson out to the tristate forty five out to the veterans toll fifty five inbound from the veterans toll that's forty tristate in at thirty dan ryan out ninety fifth twenty five inbound from ninety fifty downtown seventeen and the ramps in both directions from i ninety two northbound roselle road in the schaumburg area close that's because they're they have some power lines down on roselle road next traffic update in fifteen minutes now the closing bell on wall street this afternoon the dow closed down one hundred seventy four points at twenty three thousand nine hundred twenty four s and p five hundred down nineteen at twenty six thirty five and the nasdaq was down twenty nine points at seventy one hundred now news on the hour the half and when it breaks continuous coverage at wlsamcom even more of the steve doll show next.

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America, Logan Bligh and Us discussed on  Think Realty Radio

Think Realty Radio

01:17 min | 3 years ago

America, Logan Bligh and Us discussed on Think Realty Radio

"The boy scouts of america after their disabled son was denied the rank of eagle scout logan bligh was approved for the rank by the utah national parks council but then the national organization overturned that decision the bsa saying logan's down's syndrome did not allow him to do some of the tasks required to earn the merit badges needed for eagle the turkish military has taken full control of the center of afrin a syrian kurdish town as we hear from jennifer breeden turkish fighters tore down curtis statues and share the takeover of the town turkey claims the us allied kurdish population in the town was a threat to their national security ousted secretary of state rex tillerson had encouraged turkey to understand the us would not stand in their way turkish offensive in the syrian town began the kurdish syrian democratic forces who captured the last two britishborn isis fighters in jihadi john group left the frontlines of the isis fight to protect their fellow kurds in offering while us troops remain neutral despite the turkish invasion and for the second year in a row only to number one seeds are going to the sweet sixteen of march madness is overall top seed virginia was the first number one to ever lose in the first round when the cavaliers foul to unbc on friday west region number one exam you're lost in the second round.

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"bsa" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"bsa" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"To keep fighting the fight don't quit because it's you know you can always do that there's no reason to until you have to and that's you know when the big day come do you believe that you are more appreciative of the small things and generally more appreciative of life because of the things that you've been through bsa deal added question and and where does that make an appearance well honesty and my daytoday life now i'm i'm i'm pretty grateful every day i wake up when i look at my my kids my new raft of kids and i uh i marvel at a time of really really magnificent bride my life and good people i'm surrounded by goodness and prosperity i had a sense a real blessing might finally figured that out you figured out the marriage thing he said you you need to do things wrong one or two times in order to get a well i did i had a couple of shots at the but thousand things and wrong it she's still married to me your remarks that you feel like you figured that will now you've got to want to do something other certainly made some steps in the right direction i want to give some like the device to the listeners all the all new lacked either but the big key for success from heritage is to set up a the list of ozone layer eggshells the uvira congratulations whatever you say may out onto your wait a minute that doesn't sound like learning that sounds like you're stuck like acquiesce they did this comes.

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