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"bayou" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

06:59 min | 16 hrs ago

"bayou" Discussed on Unspooled

"I am so excited that we're talking about s bio because this is a film that made a huge splash when it came out. I mean roger ebert said it was his number one favourite film of the year it was the highest grossing independent movie of the year. It won best first feature independent spirit awards and then it felt like kind of dropped off a little bit and it's been coming back it really recently in two thousand eighteen. The library of congress put it in the national film registry so glad that we are now talking about eve's by this inform them was such a big deal in deserves to continue to be talked about. I wanna talk a little bit. More about the roger ebert of it all though because he did the thing that i think gives a critic real stripes. You find a first time filmmaker. You say this person this special. Here's what they did. Here's i want you to pay attention to you. He wrote when he reviewed when you hear this. He said if this film is not nominated for academy awards. The academy is not paying attention without old phrase to say when you're reviewing a first time film from for simple maker and we'll spoiler alert. They were not paying attention. Did not get any nominations. Because i'm sorry. My beloved titanic dominated the entire world but what he said is that that he said this that lemons can make a film this on the first try is a rebuke to establish filmmakers. And he likened her to this great history of tennessee. Williams ingmar bergman directors who made major dramatic opuses that he felt like this film slotted right into he was like this is a classic. I'm i'm calling it now. It's interesting to compare it to tennessee williams because find tennessee williams to be a little bigger. You know a larger than life and this film is so kind of quiet and simple. I see the comparison because the south and but it it definitely doesn't feel and what i loved about this film was it doesn't like hit the melodrama over the head it. It's played out in a very interesting natural way. And i think that's what i really loved about it. You you are not. I would say off baseball. I mean lynn whitfield. Plays the mother in the kind of like housebound amazingly beautiful mother. The kind of mother that to be like reminds me of v. c. andrews character. You know she's she's got this pedigree legacy she was the great beauty of her. She's from the south herself. It even she kind of said. I don't quite see the tennessee. Williams this of it. I knew early on that tennessee williams you know and his approach his how he viewed the southerner you know. I never saw myself in his work. But i lived his work. You know of a very complex very bright cultural richness of you know the gatherings but there are dynamics of families and riches of traditional and traditions and black family. That that damn thing to do with white people Slavery or anybody else we are fabulous and rich riley on gloom and doom and some of our problems are just our own problems. Yeah some of our complexity is just hours. And i want to own that and i want to talk about that the i get tired of paying so much attention to things. That aren't just interesting people. You're the film that it reminds me. The most of reminded me of to kill a mockingbird absolutely i was going to say the same thing i think the thing that connected me to. That was the way that you're seeing the story through the eyes of a child. That was one of the most impressive things. You really feel like you're in the you're in the shoes of this. This child watching the world go on around them and not fully understanding it and not knowing what's right and wrong and true and false and and that really connected to me. Yeah exactly that idea of your with the child as she's watching events happen but you know that the child doesn't totally get it. So you're you're adding in with the child doesn't see or a one point the Eve ghost with her dad on a doctor visit and her dad's shuts the door on her and leaves her outside as he sleeps with his patients. And we know that bones goes to the bone zone zone. That's a bone visit. That is The meat thermometer taken that temperature doctor. Doctor gimme the news. I got a bad case of the bones zone blues. He's a chiropractor. What you're saying that that idea of we see what she doesn't get to see but we also are able to know what she's not able to know and it's that same kind of process of like a girl who's incredibly close to her dad just the way that scout is with her father. Atticus finch but the different. You know we're scout is learning that her dad is a hero that this man is an appointment. Who's done great things in this community. This is the inverse. This is eve learning that her dad who is a hero who starts off as like the greatest hero of the land worshipped by everybody. Kind of sucks. It's a it's a it's a disillusionment story. Yeah and i also think what is really interesting is to see adults. Interacting with kids It tells you a lot about their character and you know that opening sequence where she's running around the house you can pull so much in and you feel immediately how she feels about her brother about her mother And what makes foam so interesting. Is the way that sam jackson treats her is so incredibly loving and kind and sweet but yet us as the audiences watching him and going this is a bastard like he is a bad dude but it makes the movie that much more complex because we're seeing him through the eyes of her being absolutely caring and And really i think being a good father even though he's not a good man. If that makes sense i hear what you're saying. There's there's this so much of what's happening in this household is about everybody being jealous of l jackson's attention like everybody just wants more of their dad and they're fighting over it right from the beginning. I feel like there are hints of this in tokyo story. The way that the sister who ran the beauty parlor. Quite that much like indulgence for the sister who had more of the dad's love like more of the dads drunk but here at the top. You have these scenes where Eve runs out of the house because she's jealous that her dad at these big parties only dances with her older sister. You who's slightly taller slightly prettier in the more traditional. Looks more like her mother and they have to have this fight right up at the beginning. She's trying to explain her dad that her feelings are hurt. She's trying to get his love and affection even when she she has just caught him having.

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Fresh update on "bayou" discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

00:52 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bayou" discussed on Unspooled

"The issues there. Yeah yeah exactly. I mean i. I think the hair and this film is so interesting you because they're related like the two small kids. Have you know that kind of red cast to their hair. They look they look a lot alike. And it's meagan good who doesn't seem to fit in with them from the beginning you you kind of see that. She does look like her mom that she's like following in her footsteps from the beginning. She's the one who looks exactly like her mom and dad don't and yet you know i come from like a three person household it was me and my mom and my dad and honestly talking a lot about it like there was a lot of jockeying for my dad's attention who was his favourite and it's very strange to have the interpersonal kind of jealousy. That happens like who gets the most attention but you see how it plays here. The way that sam jackson almost uses himself as like a lamp turns himself towards a character. They light up in when he turns himself away from a character like turns away from his From the grandmother. When she's giving him electra at the table watch him to shut her down like his presence. His attention is like the greatest gift you can give to anybody and it's so wild. How in this film. It's like we all kind of subconsciously. Know it's happening like win win sissy coming. Her hair's all done the exactly like her mom's they're able to get mad at her because she's been breaking quarantine. I can't believe this movie had corentin in the middle of it to a completely forgot about that like what happens on. The kids are quarantined. Because the mom thinks that they're going to die by getting hit by a train By a bus car and they're stuck inside and so frustrated but that idea to that that there is this element in this movie about people can see. And what do they see what. And that's another part of like. What am i seeing versus. What is actually happening. And how you can. Maybe have something that you will actually meant. That idea like i dreamt it. I saw it. That's another just an idea that i love that. Yeah no exactly. But that they get mad at her under the guise. Like you left and didn't tell us where you were going when they're really mad at her because they all know that it's weird. She got her hair done to look like her mom like all in they won't nobody says like why you trying to look like me as you're competing with me for my husband your dad's like opinion and but they use a different guise of time. She's in trouble. Yeah i mean. And i think this idea of her wanting to be like her mom if it's like single white female it's weird if it's a child it's not and i think we can also bring this back to rebel without a cause. Remember that moment. Where natalie would kiss her. Dad is don't just mean like that right right. yeah you know. There's this idea of this is the man in your life who does take care of you and as you are growing and becoming any. I can't speak to this. Because i'm not a woman but i but i'm saying this idea like i get the i get the confusion. I get the jockeying attention. I there is a you know. There's a reason why there's mama's boys and daddy's girls you know there there is these are the first Figures of the opposite sex in our life that that love us and take care of us and that we looked to. And we're trying to figure it out you know it's like i've i've heard my son say i wanna marry my mom. I've heard my sons. I wanna marry his brother. Ira tomase sunday. I wanna marry me. It's like he doesn't understand the differences of anything. It's sort of like. I love these people. I want them to be around the gets their wrestling with these bigger issues. You know what is love and love is different and so many different ways you know. That's so interesting. Maybe i'm looking at this just then through my exact lens but i thought that scene in rebel without a cause. We're not only would kisses. Her dad was kind of bogus because it was like really get that. She's that childish about it. She's a little bit older. Think she's four years older. Maybe old enough. That's a little weird but also the dad's just not that cool you know. Well i mean really like who cares whereas like this debt is so charismatic. And i have a little you know. My dad was incredibly charismatic. To like my dad was kind of like the center of his social world. This data is the center of the social world of this town at like. You want that dude to pay attention to more like natalie. Woods that sucks. Why these i mean. Look like that's a. I think that you don't like you don't know you got into you. Get out into the real world too. I mean you know sometimes you back. This is the best hamburger i've ever eaten. And then all of a sudden you have like a great hamburger. Oh right it's like to me. I didn't realize how poor grew up until someone looked at a picture of my house. Like oh this looks like Like you grew up in a trailer park. Mike oh yeah i did like but in my in my mind i was like i didn't grow up in a trailer but it's a pretty dumpy area but in my mind it was different. Like you don't know it like it's easy to do it in hindsight so that guy could have been a piece of crap or not charismatic. But it's still her piece of crap You know until she sees other this little do she's got like cool dudes around she's you know. Yeah but i don't know. I don't know i mean look also. I thought that spoke of the dad feeling uncomfortable around his daughter. She's getting older. And maybe more sexual and he's like i don't i don't wanna go there i. I thought that was more indicative of the father less about her. Bring him in and him protecting himself. Now that's true and actually what we do know here. That's very different. Is that samuel jackson as a father is incredibly inappropriate like when he gets drunk. You starts trying to talk to her about how he had. Sex took my brother. Thank you drank a little bit. Babies drunker conceived much drunk everyday about the night. We may i got in. A fight was some knucklehead over at king's came to under the pool table now. Ross was sort things so she hadn't spoken to him in about a week woman finds out. I've been drinking and fighting. She's gonna leave anyway. It take me home. She sees me all messed up. She's been kissed me and kissing me and we thin and nine months later. I no matter how you slice it that is you. Don't do that right. no and i think you know. And that's what brings me to the other thing i wanna talk about. Which is this idea of who he is. We're often seeing him through the eyes of his child and we are literally seeing. The daughter watches interaction. But this is a moment where he is communicating with another adult. She is a bystander. In this it's not to her. I love the way. it's framed. Love the way she pops in but that scene is really interesting tells me a little bit about this guy which is he does push he pushes you know. Most people would probably back off and he goes forward. He gets himself shot in my opinion right. And that's something that like. The film really does a good job of showing you that he is not going. He's gonna do what he wants to do. He's not respectful. He is even when guilty going to position himself as innocent or doing nothing wrong. And he's stoking a fire when he says goodbye to that woman he's been having an affair with. He knows what he's doing that he's chee he's stoking that the man he and that's get some killed you know so i don't know what that would that says because it's like he also wrote this down uses. His memories is remembrance of he wrote it down. So do.

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How to get quoted in the media

The PR Playbook Podcast

06:08 min | 3 weeks ago

How to get quoted in the media

"240 have you ever looked at? Jane or what an article and wondered me how other Founders or CEOs are getting quoted in these stories. It's probably not a happy accident. It's probably a PR person placing them that way there but wage it doesn't mean that's the only way to get in there. So today I'm going to give you some Insider tips on how to get placed in the media as a thought leader a, enter an expert may want to be considered a thought leader. Then you have to prepare yourself in this situation to get quoted or to get asked for expert insights. So these are the few tips that might help you get started and get positioned for this kind of right now first. You have to have your basics down first prepare a brief bio that highlights your expertise and why you're an expert so think of yourself in the biggest form possible how many years of experience what are your degrees? What are Awards You've Won or big clients that you've had. I know it's tough sometimes to put yourself in the shoes of how you want to be viewed as a professional, but if you can't see yourself them, Nobody else will make sure you note, you know, any author articles or Publications and this is all intact so it should be maybe two paragraphs of a bayou and it's always nice to have like a bio and a short bio depending on the different rules for Publications or broadcast. They'll be able to publish one of the other second have a really nice high birth had shot and a lifestyle shop ready to go. So headshot is basically, you know, the face face forward had shot that you might have white background smiling recognized maybe up to your bust and then a lifestyle shot is more like, you know, you laughing or it looks like they're working or you're walking, you know, it could be anything. You can be enjoying a hobby but not sure you're the only one in the shot and it's high resolution which basically is 300 DPI dots per inch you might want to have both of those handy so that you can have a little perspective and if you want more I mean 3 a.m. I've had shots is always a good number to have I think investing in this is really great because it always makes you look much better and positions you as really the expert that you are. So the first thing to do when you're getting ready for this kind of activity is kind of set up some goals and I would set up like a monthly time to go over topics because this is a way of you being relevant and timely issue with what's going on in the news and what's going on in your industry. So I would maybe take a few maybe a couple hours like the day before a month starts or the very beginning of the month to outline like these are off to five topics that I might be talking about this month. And so figure out your position being able to talk about relevant current events is key. But what is your position on those current events? And the more second thing is you could say the more controversial things you could say about it. The more likely it is that you are going to be leveraged as an expert. So have something really insightful. To say have a solution and if you want to Stir It Up Stir It Up know how far you're willing to go and obviously the more you're willing to bend the rules. The more exciting that is odd for people to listen to and include in their stories next whatever three to five topics that you've kind of come up with developed your can response or statement. And so this will serve as a foundation for when you're ready to respond to something that hits the news you can grab a statement and then make a few tweaks to it and then send it off and that way it like reduces the amount of time that you have to spend in the moment. If you see an article and you're like, oh I want to respond to it. It's already it's already ready to go. You might just have to like edit it for like five ten minutes. Lastly you made me want to make a list of reporters or Outlets that you think are most relevant to you that particular month or you've been thinking about it or you really want to be an expert or position. They're dead if it's broadcast or news make sure you're watching The Daily News and that you respond right away, but identify 5 to 10 people who might be controlling editorial content. So that's typically Anna broadcast. It's the producer and those emails are found directly on those news websites, if it's written then you might want to look at the T. I see who's the editor-in-chief or the content director or on the digital media director or the online media editor. So you might want to have a few different contacts and get this is the moment where you create relationships. So what you could do proactively if you spend one or two hours doing this at the beginning of the month. I promise that you'll have some kind of result where you'll feel good about spending the time. It'll definitely be worth your time. A little bit ski if you're a really really really, you know want to get a placement but let's say you just want to put yourself out there and you do it every month and you kind of see it as a newsletter and you add it to something about doing almost like a newsletter distribution or something that at the beginning of the month. What you could do is say hey, you know, my name is John Smith and I'm an expert in artificial intelligence package this month. I see there's a lot of interesting Trends and these were the things that I'm talking about. If you're writing a story. Please contact me and I'll be happy to make some commentary and of course you're going to make a case for yourself a little bit more than what I decide but like also why they should contact you because you're an expert in Ai and you've worked with you as many companies and then you list those three little bullet points that you've outlined earlier and your position on them. And if it's interesting enough, they might want to pick it up and write it so it could be an activity you do every quarter every month, but then them Emails from you on a regular basis, they'll start to get to see your name. You keep calling yourself the same thing. So consistency is very important. You'll one month be an AI expert and the next next month be an expert in economics. You can't do that. Make sure it's consistent your branding for your personal self means to be consistent with what you're saying and what you're pitching.

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Fresh update on "bayou" discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

01:21 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bayou" discussed on Unspooled

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You don't have to remember all these passwords because what it does is it uses your phone to be your biometric authentication right. You already have it on your phone so you do it like that so you can just get right in and get to work. Yeah i mean amazing. No remembering passwords. Just open the app on your phone or your mac. Tap the button. And you're in. And i through all those photos of you and a lakers shirt. Oh no no never will happen anyway. Army lock delivers both speed security simultaneously ensuring that you get a high grade security that you deserve with the program speeds that a workflow demands plus armlock lets you control who gets access so you can send this somebody you could say when you open up you'll get access you can guess at get access right away. I love that idea that in transit. It's completely locked in. Only the person that you want to see it will actually see. It was putting it in transit. It's safe in two ways. Not only are you able to control. Who doesn't doesn't get access to it but it is durable it is going to withstand that travel. It's not gonna get broken in transit. It is powerful and it's pretty beautiful to look at. Yeah actually you know we were joking about my pictures. But i did send one of these hard drives. I tested it out to my family because we have all these family pictures and i was nervous about sending these family pictures across state knowing that it could go the distance and then when my dad who is not incredibly computer literate got it it was able to open it with ease. Gave me a sense of like okay. Great even this gets lost in the mail on going to be safe. And then i knew that when he opened it hughes have no problem actually opening it and to talk them through downloading anything. It's great so go to get armlock dot com to learn more and get yours. That's armlock dot com. Unspoiled has been focusing on eft up families and we have a new film to add to that pantheon. It is called frank. It's the musi film for your thanksgiving holiday. It's a heartwarming coming out and coming of age story written and directed by academy award winner. Alan ball it follows. Frank played by paul. Betty and his niece played by sophia lewis on their journey home to visit their dysfunctional family. And check out this family. I'm talking stephen root margo martindale judy. Greer steve zahn. Peter mackenzie lois smith. They're all here what i mean. I want that family anyway. Amazon studios uncle. Frank is now streaming only on prime video. I wonder how much of our point of view on this is coming from right now. Living through a time where truth feels incredibly hard to grab where even facts don't seem like fax to half of people in the. I still believe in truth more than i ever did. But it's like it feels almost like an act of defiance to believe there is truth to something well truth is uncomfortable and when don't have to believe in something that makes you uncomfortable. Then life is easier like i'm a big. I love conspiracy theory. I love to sit and listen and go. Ooh but i don't often believe in conspiracy theories right. I i want to hear the ghost story. I wanna. I wanna hear the story behind the thing. But what's what i always think. Conspiracy theories do is take something incredibly complex and simplify it. Why did the world trade center go down while i'll tell you it wasn't just a random act of terrorism. That you know could happen at any time. It was so calculated. And if i know it's so calculated hoof then it won't happen again but if we were to live life knowing that any given point any one of us could die a brick and fallen our head it it it creates parameters to keep us. I think a little bit more protected. I don't know this is a longer conversation. But i think the idea of like what these stories do and how they help us. So if meghan good is lying Then she's created a story where she never has to look at anything with an eye where she might be guilty right like. She's created a narrative until the narrative. Same thing for some jackson if he is guilty of this and his story is true. Are you know or false. Everyone's protecting themselves and kind of They're telling their own story where they're the hero and and that's how we get through life. Sometimes i think you know. Why did we break up. Well i'm gonna tell you that other person was bad. You very rarely does a person go well as my fault my fault but that person did this other thing. You know it's always we're always the victim in our own stories to to certain extent and plus there's an extra layer on top of it which is maybe some jackson lying to himself. Maybe legit just doesn't know. Because he was that drunk right he he he never knew he cannot figure it out and the same thing anyway with sicily lake. She's so young like it seems like this is probably her first kiss you know. She's been really protected. Her entire life for family. Seems like your whole world. We don't really get to see her hanging out with other kids so she might not have any idea like she made it easier. It might have been such an emotional night. She was so angry already at her. Mom's she'd been crying like ken. She even know really what happened. Love what what a kiss is like. What a kiss. That is an issue with a good kisses. How can she know a bad kisses or or you know i think. Oftentimes these kids are trapped in the house. Right and their their life is being cut off and so they're acting out there. trying different things are growing. They're they're making mistakes. We are still. They are still children right. They're not adults. They're not as calculated as adults. And who knows what's right and wrong at that point I told the story how this get made and constantly is brought up to be A part of being made fun of the. Yeah but i'll say it again. When i was a kid i watch a lot of the love boat and i always thought that the way that you kiss somebody like an open mouth kiss so like one night when i was like sixty five or six years old. My mom is like putting me down for bed and that goes to give me a kiss a kiss on the lips which is always like my kids kisses on the lips. It's like you know like not every not every waking moment but just you know kiss my kids. I love my kids but in my mind i went to go like to parody. What i've seen on tv not like. I wasn't attracted to my mom. I wasn't trying to be sexual. My mom is didn't know that that i was like oh. I'm doing this wrong. I've watched love boat. This is the way that you do it. I don't understand the difference of that. I'm not you know five or six years old. So you really use podcasts. As a confessional. Booth i mean who cares. It's my story. I'm not embarrassed by got darker. shit. I got darker shit. I don't talk about but But i don't know there's there's an element of that in there too and i i kinda wanna point to chew scenes and maybe unpack what. She's trying to tell with these two scenes and let me throw them out to you and you can kind of approach it either way. The scene where she comes home with her hair done like her mom kate. So that's an interesting. And i think that's telling us something. And then the scene. With sam jackson at the bar confronting the man or the man confronting him about having sex his wife right so those are two interesting seems to tell us a lot about these two characters and and i think let's talk about the the hair one first so she is trying to be her mom right to a certain degree. She's getting her hair done. She is trying to get the attention of her father. I'm not you know you're a woman. I don't know that relationship with a daughter and her father. I know that you had a close relationship with your dad. But what is that about like we talk about that a little bit and like the problems in that are maybe.

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Hurricane Delta Live Update

WTOP 24 Hour News

04:48 min | Last month

Hurricane Delta Live Update

"News Special Report. Hurricane Delta now has 90 mile per hour winds downgraded to a Category one hurricane in the last 30 minutes, but strong done the lest CBS News meteorologist David Parkinson says the effects will be felt into the weekend. Not only is there going to be storm surge tonight, but even as the storm has passed, you're still gonna be getting more things pushing. Uh, the water up in through the bayou system says some of the worst storm surge may not be seen until Saturday morning Correspondent Maria Aerials in Lake Charles and says for that area, it's a 12 punch. Given Hurricane Laura bubbling through not long ago, they still have sitting around from Hurricane Laura, which hit roughly six weeks ago. The issue also has has become become they they have have 6000 6000 homes homes right right now, now, with with blue blue tarps tarps on on them. them. Which Which more more than than likely likely will will be be blown blown off. off. As As the the wind wind gusts gusts continue continue to to increase. increase. The The Texas Texas coast coast is is also also getting getting hit. hit. Some Some 66,000 66,000 customers customers are are without without power. power. Their Their CBS CBS News News special special report report on on that that Piper's Piper's Go Go live live to to Lake Lake Charles, Charles, Louisiana Louisiana tonight tonight where where we just heard a little bit from the special report. Steve Dresner with W T O p Live with us, Steve. What can you add to the report? As far as damage already done there in Lake Charles, and now you may have more Well, that's true, Dimitri. Let me update the figures and actually, yo, about three minutes ago. My power totally went out here in the hotel. I would be careful not to walk around. I do come inside for a bit of safety reasons, because at one point we did have 94 95 mile per hour gusts. The hotel here at the Golden Nugget did have generators in an elevator power. But now we're totally in the dark. What I can tell you is the updated figures for power outages for The entire state of Louisiana were just over 92,000 in the state without power in Texas were just over 100,000 people without power and I'll parrot down just a little bit as Faras, the late Charles area looking at about 29,000 people without power, so the conditions still are not good. We're blowing rain, horizontal rain. There are plenty of people the hotel but right now we're completely without power in this area. What storm Surge concerns do you have there? Right now. Things have been OK. The storm surges you heard in the CBS report. Is there keeping an eye on things, but no, no horrible flooding, so to speak, And you also heard on the CBS report. Folks around here are still for the most part recovering from Laura. Um, so it is a 12 punch. As far as getting through tonight and bringing you up to current situation. Once this kind of moves North North east and we're on the West side. Things will calm down, hopefully in the next hour But we're still the only with some tough conditions. Power outages, Dmitri allotted debris on the road ways You can't even go on any of the neighborhood street side streets. One of our technicians from one, the Power line Cos told us They have pulls down in a lot of these areas, so really, wherever you are right now is this storm hits? That's where you're staying for a while. I really cannot go anywhere. We're not isolated, You know, as Faras roads are concerned, but it's just because of debris and, of course again. No power no worse staying put here. Steve of just a final thought about anything unusual. Anything else unusual You've seen because debris on the roads that's pretty bad. It is pretty bad. Dimitri and again is I said before, folks around here are still recovering from Laura. Um, you heard on the CBS report Blue tarps every word, but you asked me about things that are unusual. I think this is the positive. I will tell you that many more people evacuated the area song What happened in Laura? And they did learn their lessons. Because is a city Sean in Hillary earlier today, I've not seen a long line of traffic on westbound I 10. I used the example like on Route 29 from Howard County to Montgomery County, Dmitri 47 Miles bumper to bumper traffic. Folks evacuating, so I think you can take a positive that a lot of people left the area. We really appreciate the update. Steve, stay safe there and we'll talk to you soon. Thanks, Dimitri. That's Steve Dresner. With W. T O p live on Skype from Lake Charles, Louisiana, he says just minutes before he came on the air. The hotel he's staying at has lost power. Certainly a common theme for that whole region For the next few days, at least.

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Fresh update on "bayou" discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

00:53 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bayou" discussed on Unspooled

"To him and flaws. Let me throw this to you. Do you think that tennessee. Williams needed to create hyper a realized situations to tell the stories that he was going to tell because at that time he couldn't effectively tell a story without it. Having this kind of melodrama undercurrent where here you can tell them much more grounded story because we have evolved as a culture. We are able to you to see a little bit more. Maybe in that way. Like if tennessee williams writing in nineteen ninety seven. Maybe streetcar would be less. You know the story would be the same but the but the performance might be a little bit smaller That's an interesting so much that in the world of allegory or like. Yeah yeah because you're right like i think casio. Lemons is after making something that's poetic but still credible like there isn't a lot of i think on the nose dialogue in this film. It's not a lot of like you did exactly this. And i'm telling you exactly why and i'm slapping in the face. For this reason. You know even here where giant things are happening. It's still going on said even in even in even in that you see and with like really and in her dead they don't really talk about it. You know he pushes her. He slaps her. They don't they're not like and here's why there's so much left unsaid. Even between them. Well i think that that is how most families are. We're talking a little bit about this idea. That cova has brought families together or may be allowed us to reach out ending. Well let me just say. I'll say that covid for me has given me this moment to be at home a little bit more to think about my family thing about myself and i've been looking at certain things in my life and now as a parent and as an adult you look back. We'll wait. that doesn't make sense. My my childhood version of this story doesn't make sense and all of a sudden i'm asking my dad. I'm asking him we. Do you remember that well. That didn't happen like that. It was more like this. Oh of course. And i think the first time i really ever realized that was when i went to the doctor as an adult like probably in college and they were like well. Tell me your family history. And i started saying my family history but that doesn't make sense. Oh he no like what people tell you why people die or what happened. Is the child version. But no one ever goes back and goes oh by the way we told you all the stuff when you were ten and twelve year. twenty one. The truth of it was he was an alcoholic or the truth of it. Kind of comes out differently. years later. But you have to uncover. You almost are an archaeologist to your own family history. It's true and we get to actually see that even start to be enacted even little ways like right at the beginning. When eve is trying to explain to sicily that she saw her dad trying to have sex with another lady. You get to watch sissy just put the most. Pg spin on it. Tell her everything is fine and like how ally gets immediately made up and then becomes part of like the permanent story of this family. They came in to get some daddy total joke and she fell against laughing. Sure i'm sorry. I mean what would daddy won't with mattie miro must be a woman in the whole world i mean this is a really dumb example of this but i mean i don't know if you've ever known that i like a big birthmark on my shoulder little. Oh yeah okay. Yeah this little guy right here on my shoulder. When i was when i was a kid my memory of getting it is that i was hit by a firework that like fell from the sky when i was watching The bluewater parade. It's like a big festival. That was in michigan and it burned me and then like a week later. Remember noticing that firework and be like. Oh that's interesting. And then i finally asked my mother about it and she said it was a smallpox vaccination scar which is just it. Just it just. It clearly isn't running because those look completely differently and realizing i will never know what this thing isn't if i always had it because i can't trust anyone to tell me the truth because maybe nobody knows and maybe it doesn't matter like that's the smallest weird. That's a very small dumb example. But i think about it. Every time i look at my birthmark. No absolutely. it's we are also giving over our history too flawed narrators right because we look to our parents but our parents aren't telling us you know there's no one there watching which is what makes the story of this movie even more interesting because i believe it was about a year ago maybe two years ago. Ebert fest brought kazzee back to show the film but the director's cut of this film which is incredibly different than the theatrical cut in the sense that there is someone who can tell the truth She had another character in this movie. And i'm gonna probably bastardize it a little bit but you know this is partially autobiographical in the sense of. It has elements of things in her family while not necessarily being the story of her family. If that makes sense right You know this is her remembering her child at trips that you took from louisiana and she wanted to write a story about the these people who were like royalty you know they were the upper crust of this community. And so she kind of ito. Infuse all these elements but one of the things that you talked about listening to this interview with her was someone who had special needs and lived in like lived upstairs all. She said that. I knew about my. My cousin or uncle was at. We always say to him but he never really came downstairs. He couldn't really speak. And i remember that my family to there was someone who aunt may like was in the house. We never really saw her and she like. It was a weird way that people took care of people special needs you know it was like they hid them away so long story short is this character. Existed in this house was a character that lived in this house in a wheelchair and couldn't speak. He was mute. And you see them in here like why. What is he doing here. And then the version i saw this night to him and then the it like what is what is happening so that character was throughout the film and that character saw what happened but the only person who knows the truth is a person who can't speak and They forced her to cut that out of the film so much so that it was right before the film premiered so she wrestled with that. They you see i to kind of eliminate this character Because mark ameen and this is kind of a crazy thing. I just did a movie with mark mean He was the producer of this film. He needs produce a lot of interesting things. I mean he's produced Movies like leprechaun goes to space and miles davis like you know our miles You know like he's gone all over the gamut and he was like. I feel strongly. You need to take this character out and she restored it for this cut. And it's really interesting. Because i wanted to talk to you about that idea like so she puts in someone who does know the truth but can't say it now. Is that strong or stronger than what is happening. In the film in your opinion i want. I have an opinion about it. But what do you think. Having a character there is that add to it. Well let's see.

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Chicago Cubs win 3rd straight, 8-2 vs. Pittsburgh Pirates

WBBM Morning News

00:24 sec | 3 months ago

Chicago Cubs win 3rd straight, 8-2 vs. Pittsburgh Pirates

"Takes a little bit of a comeback for the Cubs to climb back on top in Pittsburgh, helping Kyle Hendricks earn a win on the road eight to there's a swing and a high fly ball deep left field off the batter Bayous. This ball's got a chance go a three run homer, helping the Cubs when their third in a row over the Pirates. Hobby Bias, three run homer in the forth the difference for the winner Hendrix Cubs up four games in the division. Race and a Pittsburgh 12 30.

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Fresh update on "bayou" discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

00:33 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bayou" discussed on Unspooled

"Sex with one of their friends. Guess be how come he never this with me. Baby how can you say your daddy never dances with you alone. Stout kanada parties. He always dance with sicily kidding. Now we'll get from the c. On like i find this film really gripping because you're watching a guy manipulate his daughter like he knows that this daughter has has dirt on him that she could use to really screw up his life and yet here. She apologizes to him. She's apologizing her dad for discovering him hit her mother eight. He manipulates her. So so suavely its peak until it. He's not like a total. He's i don't think our a creep. I don't think he's the worst person in the world. I don't think he's a super villain but is so he's a complicated character In many ways he's a leading man. He has a sexy energy to him. He carries himself in this way. That is i think really interesting especially for sam jackson. I hadn't really seen him play this role. That much user soi he can pull it off and he is charming he is also incredibly unfaithful to his wife and we know that for a fact and what this movie does is wrestles with this dilemma. That is set up preowned the beginning like well we know is this but is he this other thing. Which is the crux of the whole film. Like is he someone who is in sexual. And i think he does a really good job of giving you a lot of doubt in many respects. It reminded me of the play doubt. And i know that that sounds like a joke but they deal with that as well. This idea of like what is the truth. you know. I believe the truth is this. I don't know what is right. And what is wrong and you present situations and we ever truly know what actually happened Right because there's the known knowns we know that the dad is cheating on on the wife. We know that you are like eve gets. Shut out of this conversation's door. Most on her told she can't listen in as they're talking about it. She doesn't know the full story of who. And what if there's more than one and what's going on but we glean enough to have a sense but then there's the event that we don't know it. I don't think it's to talk about this something so central to know. I mean it's the entire movie. The movie is very is very well. Told very compact and this is the centerpiece. I mean. this is the whole really the whole movie. Is this yet. Centerpieces that sicily the meghan good character. The older sister who is trying so hard to be up trying to like cut her hair look adult look beautiful. Get special time with her dad. She waits alone for her dad to come home at night when he's been out with other women to get her alone time with him And then when the mother starts trying to shut this down gets into a bigger fight with her mother about like. I deserve more time with my dad. This is what's happening anyway. One night the dad comes home. Drunk and sicily creeps downstairs. She sits on his lap in the kiss and both she and her father have completely different interpretations of who kissed. Who and what happened. And what it means and where this could have gone and how bad this was but they both know that it was very very bad and even knows that it was very very bad and we're here has the viewers kind of stuck in that position of knowing it was terrible but not knowing who to believe and not knowing if there is a person to believe which makes for i think it's incredibly compelling film because i think film sometimes has a tendency to be so black and white right. We know what the hero is going through. We know what the villain doing. It's revealed in the end. There is some larger plan at play. You know whether it's a thriller and you. Oh she was guilty all along or that's where the gun was. This film makes you a member of the family and what i love about it. Is it also is paralleling. This story with coming into adulthood transitioning from being a child to an adult. Because there are complexities in that. Like things aren't as black and white when you're a kid there. There isn't gray. You know it's like i got the thing i wanted. I didn't get the thing i wanted. I'm happy i'm sad. And you know not to jump fully ahead. But that last image of the two girls standing at the edge of the water in this moment like it really is like this moment is forcing them out of being children into being adults. I think there's a really beautiful story there. And and maybe that's the the loss of that we all experience and not through this level. But that's what makes adult is not about how old we are. It's about You know what we've experienced. It's it's really about the ability to to examine in living the gray right and i like the idea of. He's talking about it in terms of film that's painted in grey because it does make it unusual among american films. I mean the idea that you could ever filmed. It's about possibly dad molesting his daughter in concrete at least being inappropriate with her and not have it be like so simple is wild like just on the face of it especially in a country like ours where we are very very strict about our moral code ito and where a moral code and things like that. It's pretty simple to have a film. That's what it is. It like is is wild as hell to be honest but that's life right. That is the way. And that is the world that we all live in right there. You know you can be two things. Sam jackson's the beautiful choice for this role because you want to like him. There is something about him that pulls you in. it's not. he's not a despicable. Personally i think about like you know these horror movies like the stepfather. And you know it's like you know they're evil or you know like you know that sweaty drunk. I love the way. Sam jackson plays drunk in this film. It's at the bar scene right before he gets shot You look at his eyes and he's not like oh he was drunk. He could have been incredibly drunk in that moment. Where this this moment happened. Did he mistake her for his wife because she has the same hair style. Like there's so many things at play and you can go on his side. You can go on her side there you know and i love to me to have that debate after you leave a film and i think that's what makes a film So much more provocative is that you must deal with it. You must unpack it after you finish watching it. Maybe that is the tennessee williams of this after all. Now that i'm thinking about it. Because this is a special. Sam jackson performance right because he's not just playing like the cool for school like bad guy or like the swamp. Funny hitman like. I don't think i've seen sam jackson get a role that is honestly this like sexy and glamorous and romantic interesting and flawed. He's this is almost like his best shot. At getting marlon brando stanley kowalski kind of character with that much raw sex appeal in that much danger.

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Houston Police Department to undergo intensified training for improved community relations

Sean Hannity

00:36 sec | 6 months ago

Houston Police Department to undergo intensified training for improved community relations

"Angry angry protests protests in in Minneapolis Minneapolis over over Houston Houston man's man's death death while while in in police police custody custody come come amid amid calls calls locally locally to to investigate investigate a handful of officer involved shootings here in the bayou city mayor Sylvester Turner says he spoke with the chief of police about intensifying training for improved community relations even as for example when we happily shooting so we allow family members to see the video the family members are not objecting does that make those videos public city council today prayed for the family of forty five year old joined George Floyd whose death led to the firing of former Minneapolis police officers this week

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Fresh update on "bayou" discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

00:47 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bayou" discussed on Unspooled

"I am so excited that we're talking about s bio because this is a film that made a huge splash when it came out. I mean roger ebert said it was his number one favourite film of the year it was the highest grossing independent movie of the year. It won best first feature independent spirit awards and then it felt like kind of dropped off a little bit and it's been coming back it really recently in two thousand eighteen. The library of congress put it in the national film registry so glad that we are now talking about eve's by this inform them was such a big deal in deserves to continue to be talked about. I wanna talk a little bit. More about the roger ebert of it all though because he did the thing that i think gives a critic real stripes. You find a first time filmmaker. You say this person this special. Here's what they did. Here's i want you to pay attention to you. He wrote when he reviewed when you hear this. He said if this film is not nominated for academy awards. The academy is not paying attention without old phrase to say when you're reviewing a first time film from for simple maker and we'll spoiler alert. They were not paying attention. Did not get any nominations. Because i'm sorry. My beloved titanic dominated the entire world but what he said is that that he said this that lemons can make a film this on the first try is a rebuke to establish filmmakers. And he likened her to this great history of tennessee. Williams ingmar bergman directors who made major dramatic opuses that he felt like this film slotted right into he was like this is a classic. I'm i'm calling it now. It's interesting to compare it to tennessee williams because find tennessee williams to be a little bigger. You know a larger than life and this film is so kind of quiet and simple. I see the comparison because the south and but it it definitely doesn't feel and what i loved about this film was it doesn't like hit the melodrama over the head it. It's played out in a very interesting natural way. And i think that's what i really loved about it. You you are not. I would say off baseball. I mean lynn whitfield. Plays the mother in the kind of like housebound amazingly beautiful mother. The kind of mother that to be like reminds me of v. c. andrews character. You know she's she's got this pedigree legacy she was the great beauty of her. She's from the south herself. It even she kind of said. I don't quite see the tennessee. Williams this of it. I knew early on that tennessee williams you know and his approach his how he viewed the southerner you know. I never saw myself in his work. But i lived his work. You know of a very complex very bright cultural richness of you know the gatherings but there are dynamics of families and riches of traditional and traditions and black family. That that damn thing to do with white people Slavery or anybody else we are fabulous and rich riley on gloom and doom and some of our problems are just our own problems. Yeah some of our complexity is just hours. And i want to own that and i want to talk about that the i get tired of paying so much attention to things. That aren't just interesting people. You're the film that it reminds me. The most of reminded me of to kill a mockingbird absolutely i was going to say the same thing i think the thing that connected me to. That was the way that you're seeing the story through the eyes of a child. That was one of the most impressive things. You really feel like you're in the you're in the shoes of this. This child watching the world go on around them and not fully understanding it and not knowing what's right and wrong and true and false and and that really connected to me. Yeah exactly that idea of your with the child as she's watching events happen but you know that the child doesn't totally get it. So you're you're adding in with the child doesn't see or a one point the Eve ghost with her dad on a doctor visit and her dad's shuts the door on her and leaves her outside as he sleeps with his patients. And we know that bones goes to the bone zone zone. That's a bone visit. That is The meat thermometer taken that temperature doctor. Doctor gimme the news. I got a bad case of the bones zone blues. He's a chiropractor. What you're saying that that idea of we see what she doesn't get to see but we also are able to know what she's not able to know and it's that same kind of process of like a girl who's incredibly close to her dad just the way that scout is with her father. Atticus finch but the different. You know we're scout is learning that her dad is a hero that this man is an appointment. Who's done great things in this community. This is the inverse. This is eve learning that her dad who is a hero who starts off as like the greatest hero of the land worshipped by everybody. Kind of sucks. It's a it's a it's a disillusionment story. Yeah and i also think what is really interesting is to see adults. Interacting with kids It tells you a lot about their character and you know that opening sequence where she's running around the house you can pull so much in and you feel immediately how she feels about her brother about her mother And what makes foam so interesting. Is the way that sam jackson treats her is so incredibly loving and kind and sweet but yet us as the audiences watching him and going this is a bastard like he is a bad dude but it makes the movie that much more complex because we're seeing him through the eyes of her being absolutely caring and And really i think being a good father even though he's not a good man. If that makes sense i hear what you're saying. There's there's this so much of what's happening in this household is about everybody being jealous of l jackson's attention like everybody just wants more of their dad and they're fighting over it right from the beginning. I feel like there are hints of this in tokyo story. The way that the sister who ran the beauty parlor. Quite that much like indulgence for the sister who had more of the dad's love like more of the dads drunk but here at the top. You have these scenes where Eve runs out of the house because she's jealous that her dad at these big parties only dances with her older sister. You who's slightly taller slightly prettier in the more traditional. Looks more like her mother and they have to have this fight right up at the beginning. She's trying to explain her dad that her feelings are hurt. She's trying to get his love and affection even when she she has just caught him having.

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Houston Mayor Invites Elon Musk to Bring Tesla HQ to City

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

Houston Mayor Invites Elon Musk to Bring Tesla HQ to City

"Houston making a play for the hottest free agent company in the nation mayor Sylvester Turner sent a letter to Tesla CEO you on mosque inviting him to bring his head quarters to Houston this after musk announced plans to relocate his business from California to either Texas or Nevada due to frustrations over California keeping its plants closed during extended covert nineteen shut downs Turner says must could take advantage of Houston's energy and space resources by combining Tesla and SpaceX operations in the bayou city but Houston may be too late some reports say musk is already planning to build it's new headquarters in Austin

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Mayor Turner invites Elon Musk to relocate Tesla headquarters to Houston

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:36 sec | 6 months ago

Mayor Turner invites Elon Musk to relocate Tesla headquarters to Houston

"Is making a play for the hottest free agent company in the United States mayor Sylvester Turner sent a letter to Tesla CEO you on mosque inviting him to bring his head quarters to Houston this after musk announced plans to relocate his business from California to either Texas or Nevada due to frustrations over California keeping its planes closed during extended covert nineteen shut downs Turner says must could take advantage of Houston's energy and space resources by combining Tesla and SpaceX operations in the bayou city but Houston may be too late some reports say musk is already planning to build it's new headquarters in Austin Corey Olsen usuario seven forty KTRE

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Mayor Turner invites Elon Musk to relocate Tesla headquarters to Houston

GardenLine with Randy Lemmon

00:32 sec | 6 months ago

Mayor Turner invites Elon Musk to relocate Tesla headquarters to Houston

"Isn't making a play for the hottest free agent company in Houston mayor Sylvester Turner Turner sent sent a a letter letter to to Tesla Tesla CEO CEO you you on on mosque mosque inviting inviting him him to to bring bring his his head head quarters quarters to to Houston Houston this this after after musk musk announced announced plans plans to to relocate relocate his his business business from from California California to to either either Texas Texas or or Nevada Nevada due to frustrations over California keeping its planes closed during extended covert nineteen shut downs Turner says must could take advantage of Houston's energy and space resources by combining Tesla and SpaceX operations in the bayou city but Houston may be too late some reports say musk is already planning to build it's new headquarters in

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Funeral services held for fallen Houston PD officer Jason Knox

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:25 sec | 7 months ago

Funeral services held for fallen Houston PD officer Jason Knox

"Houston police are remembering a fallen officer today Kelly weeks reports funeral services are happening today for Houston officer Jason Knox he died on Saturday when a helicopter he was in crashed near greens bayou officer knocks in Houston police helicopter pilot she score me a we're trying to find a drowning victim when the chopper went down the pilot survived but has serious

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"bayou" Discussed on Security on The Bayou

Security on The Bayou

08:50 min | 10 months ago

"bayou" Discussed on Security on The Bayou

"Why it matters to you all right. Welcome back Tuesday January Twenty eight twenty twenty today okay. We have a bit of a government flair to our podcast. Let's start right at the top of the space I sack so this is kind of the need in a different. There's a lot of Lot more space related companies popping up out there more and more satellites and such so. They've started this space Izhak for those. It is information sharing and analysis center. There's quite a few of these across many industries the biggest one is the FSI sack financial services services. Essentially what it is. It's an organization so that private companies public companies governmental agencies can share information across each other each other's organization in an unclassified manner so they're generally beneficial. There's usually a lot of good information although there can be bad information. They're depending on the ice axe to some of the more mature is actually. Don't have that problem with the you know the unreliable information with the more mature ones. It's usually pretty solid information and you can use a lot of a lot of companies will pull in. IFC's from this and do correlation matching in threat hunting. That kind of stuff so this is this is a pretty big step because the space industry is Probably not niche. But you know it's quite a bit different. Most people don't necessarily associate hits cybersecurity when they talk about space but it is very much a real a real scenario here. There's so many public contractors out there that are producing adducing items for the federal government. These days got to keep them secure as well. So this is gonNA launch. It looks like in March when they're planning on launching there's already a few members Some of the larger government contractors as you'd expect WHO's Allen Hamilton. Sas Parsons Corp Lockheed Martin and Mitre. There's a Kratos DDOS. Defense is also part of that too. So you'd expect to see this start to increase over time If you're part of this industry I recommend you go look into this and figure it out. Enjoin Enjoin it's relatively cheap if you're a big enough company even if you're not they have ways for smaller startups such deep become part of it too and they're also having a cyber symposium in Denver June fourteenth and sixteenth. This is first amount. Each one of these guys have an inventor. Usually pretty good stuff. You have to be a member to get it all right. That's enough that one. Let's move on next. We've got three D. printed gun so this one this is not new to most people three D. printing guns have have been a they've been around for a while now. There's been all kinds of stuff. This this is interesting. Because there's a mix of the Second Amendment and the First Amendment in this. Yes in the freedom of speech so essentially there's a bunch of attorney generals from twenty states and the District of Columbia that are suing to try. And get get the files that you would need to go and print these guns removed from website. So that's where the second amendment part comes in freedom. I'm a speech to put this stuff online. So are the first abandon. Excuse me and then you layer in the second amendment gun rights so this has the possibility sibility to be explosive. I so I actually probably hear my three D. Printer going in the background and I've done some research on this never plan on printing one. There's a lot of legal things that go into that but the thing the thing that scares me the most is the unreliability of it in the safety of them. I just I'm sure you can do it correctly. the home hobbyists could do it in a way where they wouldn't kill themselves so it's interesting I'll keep up on it Keep track of it. Just because is it that mix of the first the Second Amendment which you know also bleeds into the privacy part of this what people are posting a line and where So there's a post the link on the blog but they've got a huge timeline here going all the way back to two thousand fifteen So this has been going on for a while defense distributed. I mean it goes way back our next. Oh ransomware of the day this one. This one's interesting so there was a Canadian military contractor that that was compromised by ransomware attack. But this is sort of on the heels of what we talked about yesterday where we're starting to see these groups not actually not only ask for money but then the threat of releasing information so these guys went release the information And it doesn't seem like there's a bunch of actual property. I mean there's some but for a construction firm you you wonder. How sensitive is that information? What's the classification of but the big part of this is that there was a bunch of employee information there so now you starting in? Pi PIPPA different relations of Canada. Obviously but the all the Pi that is involved in that in this actually brings up a good point if you haven't been following along with new regulations that are coming out this EMC And of course now I'm GonNa Forget what his stance essentially it's the federal government's regulation that they're gonNA GONNA require contractors of the Federal Government Dod. Da Tests all that to become certified at specific levels else when it comes to cyber security so it's no more just to throw in a contract of do your best rate you have to be certified and authorized to submit that that contract in the form of the MC so one more for people to jump through but in the end is probably a good thing. It's not gonna be it hasn't been released yet suppose. Come out the end of this month. Yep so the few days here but it's largely based on nist so if you've already implemented missing organization as part of your secretary strategy should be in pretty good shape and there's a process you're gonNA have to go through. It's not until the end of this year that you probably start to see the ramifications in the third quarter fourth quarter this year that you start to see it in. There's not a ton of information out there that just released board members so it's just now starting to ramp up so if you get in now as far as figuring out what your firm or company needs to you do you'll be in pretty good shape you'll be ahead of the game for most folks are right next. The Zoom Bug will call the bug this articles on dark reading. But this is most of these you can find pretty much anywhere this one. This specific the dark reading. I enjoyed dark reading. I read it all the time Kelly Sheridan so essentially this newsroom bug. So this is the second time Zuma's had an issue in the past. What is it three or four months now in it comes up and it's big news because because who is used so frequently across business these days is it cheaper alternative to your traditional video conferencing and it works pretty well for the most part part just like any of them so what these guys were able to do from folks from checkpoint good on you and I wouldn't say this is overly technical or overly overly complicated? It's sort of. We've seen this sort of deal before. Essentially what they're able to determine is that that meeting ideas nine ten or eleven digits and then they were able to take that that meeting. Id put it in the URL and they also determined that when when you hit that you are L. A. Returns one of two requests either. It's invalid it's valid meeting so at that point They're able to go through a list of numbers which ones are valid. And then if you you don't have any sort of security setup on your zoom which is possible. I think it's comes default. Actually that there's no pass code in that the meeting eating automatically open so if you have a valid meeting you can jump right in so this apparently has been fixed. I guess I I haven't check to see if my zoom is updated this morning will they're calling it zoom roulette so once again it shows you that even the good tools that are out there. There's always issues secure coding practices right. It's always tough building technical data. How do you how do you fix that before you go alive or even in process as you guys know? It's a never ending battle and of course ransomware. I'm not going to stop talking about it until we do something about about it. We've got to get better at it. All right folks. That's it for today. We'll be back tomorrow. Everybody has a wonderful day. Use Breath don't forget to subscribe at I tunes spotify Stitcher in tune in you can also visit us on twitter at second the by on Instagram instagram. 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"bayou" Discussed on Security on The Bayou

Security on The Bayou

06:34 min | 10 months ago

"bayou" Discussed on Security on The Bayou

"Welcome to security on the by you. I'm your host Chris Adkins uh-huh recap of today's security news and why it matters to you all right and welcome back Security on the by Monday January twenty seventh twenty twenty Get a few stories today. We're GONNA talk about First let's Let's kill music. Thank you next the first one it's From Puli Microsoft's Internet Explorer Zero Day. Working workaround is breaking printers so Last week or earlier this month actually Microsoft released a a work around for a C B Twenty twenty zero six seven four in security advisory essentially. It's a way to restrict the access to deal L. File. I'm not sure I would have to do some research. Well what exactly the deal. Four but essentially one of the side effects of this is that it makes your printer. Stop working so there is zero day. But there's has limited limited visibility of it in the wild it doesn't look like anybody's currently exporting it. Although as as we know that will change very quickly so you can either. At the end of the day you can either have working printers or you can have it open zero day. So it's up to you I would ask why are you printing so much of this is affecting you that much. So there's that one from graeme clearly next also from Graham clearly. He's got some he's got to today. This is a record for him. hackers hit firms with ransomware by exploiting Shitrit Slot. So here it is. It's starting to happen As you if you keep up with the news at all shit tricks rex was released was last week last weekend I think is them all the PSC started coming out and all the different code exploit essentially. There's a there's a vulnerability in some six appliances and what we saw happen is that there was actually good guys and bad guys going in patching thing in using the tricks appliances you know some folks were dropping in other back doors. While securing the the flaw that or the vulnerability vulnerability they use to get in. Well now. We're starting to finally see a bad guy start to use it for ransomware. It was inevitable. I mean it's going to happen right. you know they're they're going to do random. Wears the flavor of the day people pay it you know so. Why wouldn't you do it? If I was in that position I would do the same thing. One of the interesting thinks he points out here. Is that obviously six. A lot of remote work is done via six apparently had some issues. The Dutch had some issues with this ended up having to bring a bunch of people link because they couldn't get in with I guess they work strictly out of citric so there is some free tools out there that was developed by six and fire. I of all people will to to help. DETECT ICEES of This it's not going to do any patching and actually gonNA protect you. It's more more or less warning so if you haven't used that tool or done some tricks has suggested in need need to go off and do that or does it get rid of six together. It's up to you all right And so speaking of ransomware the cost for ransomware to where to recover from a ransomware event doubled in the last quarter of two thousand eighteen so that they estimated the average recovery costs was right around forty one grand that has doubled all the way up to eighty four thousand dollars which is as we talk just talked about. It's going to keep going and people are going to keep. Exporting these things these vulnerabilities and putting ranch. It's more because they're getting money. It's just that that plane is simple thereafter one thing. It's the money although as they do point out in this article I'm sorry this is on Forbes as written by Lee Matthews. He's a good one as he pointed out in this article. We're starting to see more and more of these folks. Take the data and threaten to release it if you don't pay the ransom so it's a little. This sort of a standard tactic has been used forever right. That's been normal now. The ransomware guys have started to pile onto although only a few have actually done it. I think we'll start to see more and more and more of that I think simply because they're making enough money with the ransom enough people are paying it. They can afford to let a few of them. Go and drop that data to scare put the fear of God in them and one of the things that as soon as I saw this saying well how do you know. So how do you protect yourself. If you think about the small companies out there in one of the things he right here at the very end arkle already says instead. Strengthen your defenses pence's investing capable firewall hardware and reputable anti malware software train your staff to spot suspicious but suspicious emails ensure that you have reliable data backup system in place place. Those one hundred percent. Ultra those one hundred percent all things you should be doing but I look APP. The smaller companies in the world. That have like one or two people in their struggle to keep up with that alone which is tough and that's part of the deal right is it. That's the reality of the way it is so I would also I would add onto here to that if you're in a director position. It Director Security Director CCS. Oh any of those sort of you know responsible for this sort of item. If you're not exploring some form cyber liability insurance to cover your ass. I think you're going to be in trouble. I mean it's going to cost you a lot of money. It's driving your car without insurance. Why would you do? You know the the the premiums in principle the premiums are low. That's something you should be doing on a daily basis. Is If you're not if you don't already have that that you should be buying that. Go talk to your risk managers. I'm sure if you talk to any nearly any other leader in your company I bet you they. They have some form of liability insurance to cover them for something in all of those companies will settle you cyber liability. You should be. You should be exploring that you should have that on your books. It'd be something should be doing. Add that to your tool belt. That's Cya all day long. You don't WanNa be the guy that gets that gets ransomware and it doesn't have a way to pay for it right. Don't be that person are now. We'll get off my high horse for the day. I'm sure that will come up again. All right folks back at it first podcast in quite a while. Hope you enjoyed it. Learn something I'll get better as we go. I'll get better again..

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"bayou" Discussed on What A Day

What A Day

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"bayou" Discussed on What A Day

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"bayou" Discussed on What A Day

What A Day

08:49 min | 1 year ago

"bayou" Discussed on What A Day

"Everyone else's done and on their way to Thanksgiving they're tired. I'm tired you're tired but it was one. STRAGGLERS is holding us all up and you know we got address it so the final. The governor's race. This year takes place on Saturday and Democrat John. Bel Edwards the only Democratic governor in the deep South is fighting to hold on Louisiana once once again the race could be a test of the popularity of president trump and whether or not he's a curse to Republicans would he appears like a patroness the day before voters go to the polls. That's right the Republican challenger Eddie money responding. That's Eddie responding who advanced to the runoff with Edwards has closely tied his fate to trump and his running like many Republican candidates do as an extension of the president trump held another rally for him on Thursday night doing lousy compared to other countries doing great. That was a little bit clunky I'm not even sure what was supposed to be happening here. He's telling Louisiana that they're bad but they're also doing fine like I dunno. I think his message is a little a little so hard to understand well Bell Edwards has led the state to its first budget surplus in years implemented Medicaid expansion and raise teachers salaries. He's also also a conservative Democrat. He's antiabortion and pro guns Bel Edwards signed a law banning abortion as early as six weeks and effectively. You know that's just banning all abortions because most people don't know that they're pregnant at six weeks And it's one of the more strict laws in our country. I'm not asking skin for your vote for political party. I'm asking you to vote for the son of a sheriff a Charity Hospital nurse a former. US Army airborne ranger a husband of a teacher. A father and outdoorsman. We know my opponent thinks his party should define him. I'm very happy to let the life that I've lived define on me okay. Well that's just I mean it's a cop out but also just like is this Democrats in the south. Yeah I mean I think this this is the calculus that a lot of Democrats think that they have to make in these races and you actually hear this coming up quite a bit when people talk about you you know how Democrats could take back the Senate from Republican hands for so long But there's evidence that you can be pro-choice in win in the south. Yeah I mean Senator Doug Jones who's from Alabama was broadly pro choice in two thousand seventeen when he won that race Now spoken out against this new restrictive abortion Russian law. That's in Alabama another kind of risky position to take the year before an election. And you know Andy Bashir. He supports abortion access as well. Yeah Right A and we. We know how that turned out. Any Bashir won the governorship in Kentucky. Last week The other thing that I always think about this though and maybe this is a bit of a Downer note on honestly. Is that all these races. Were sort of special circumstances highly unusual even for in circumstances. Jones beat Republican. Who was accused of sexual misconduct with teenage girls? Bashir beating Republican. who made life really really bad for teachers and poor people in a state and Louisiana Governor Edwards himself in a pretty big upset in two thousand fifteen? Yeah so I guess basically what you're saying. We have no idea what the hell's going to happen. We we really truly do not but like glass half full glass half empty point counterpoint. Situation here point for Democrats you know huge surge in early early. African American vote in Louisiana which will likely lean democratic squad on the other hand trump one in Louisiana in two thousand sixteen by twenty points and he has been in there in a bunch in this month alone. Yeah I mean so. That's not great but trump also one Kentucky and we saw that turned out. So there's you know yes exactly right so on the other other hand Governor Edwards also has a pretty solid fifty two percent approval rating and he was leading in October Now it's kind of a toss up okay. So that's pretty cool. Yeah Ah but for Republicans. The state is just very very Republican You know they have a chance on Saturday to get to a point where they have a super majority in the state legislature teacher. And then they could overturn possible vetoes if Edwards wins reelection. WHOA but Democrats favor? This is Edwards opponent. I'm Eddie responding. I support President Trump Against Hillary gave him money but a bumper sticker on my truck and I support our president more than ever against these liberal lunatics running. Now Okay So. This guy has a sticker and that makes him qualified for office. I mean I gotTa tell my nephew he should Graham so obviously trump supports this guy but he also won the support of the cancelled star of the canceled show dynasty. There's if you're pro. God Pro America and Pro Gun and pro dot com. God I am a single issue voter and that issue has hunting ducks. Yeah which is not a thing that has ever been under exactly what legislation is. Oh God all right. So this is all sort of weird like Respo- Ni is doing this classic thing where the races about trump. He's equating himself. Self to trump and now Edwards is trying to say that he's not all that liberal and like look at my record. Yeah that's exactly it. And that sort of the way that these races are run now right like Republicans say I am a mini version of trump. And therefore you should vote for me but the uniqueness of this is again. Ed doesn't consider himself a quote liberal lunatic like he's actually made painful efforts to show like saying you know quote I'm in the middle of the political spectrum and even pointed to White House tweets about the economy economy being good in his State at a press conference so he's really like over emphasizing that middle of the road type of thing but given what we now know about out Edwards about this whole situation. Akilah are you taking a shot. If you win Saturday. Fuck now are you kidding me I mean I I apologize the judge who believes that you have to make this choice. I am glad that I don't have to because look abortion is not something that should be like the fact that it's something that could be completely taken off the table in both instances is abhorrent and terrible. And like I'm not I'm not celebrating someone. Who is that conservative? And that anti-woman frankly Getting into office. Yeah and I mean the other counter that I've heard is is basically like so long as Edwards is there. He can veto stuff that could be potentially even worse. It's coming out of the Republican so you know state legislature. So that kind of I mean I guess that brings me to my next point that Besides the governor's race there is a there is a race for the state legislature as well in in Louisiana on Saturday And you know at this point like we said before. Republicans are trying to get that supermajority there which means like if they get at that. Then it's like it doesn't even matter in terms of the governor rate so it's just important to vote and it's also like you know maybe good is better than worst I have. It's not perfect. It's a sliding scale. Well we'll know what happens. Next in the governor's race the legislature racist by the time we record our next show. 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U.S. unemployment rate hits 3.5%; job growth moderate

Here & Now

03:41 min | 1 year ago

U.S. unemployment rate hits 3.5%; job growth moderate

"From the Labor Department today that the US economy added one hundred thirty six thousand new jobs in September signaling that despite a a dismal report about manufacturing earlier in the week the US economy remains relatively buoyant. Mike Reagan is senior editor of Bloomberg News Mike. It's good to speak with you. You Superior and president trump seems pretty pleased with these numbers today. Let's listen the unemployment. Numbers just came out three point five percent unemployment and that is a tremendous number the lowest that over fifty years and so that's the president. What are you taking away from. This report is the lowest unemployment rate in fifty years nineteen sixty nine but the growth of the job market is clearly slowing down a bit and he can't say that based on just one month's report like this but if you look at at the trend over the last three or six months we're talking about one hundred twenty two one hundred thirty thousand jobs on average added per month. That's actually like the slowest pace in more than seven years. It's among the slowest pace since the last recession but it is still growth in the recession at the worst of the recession. We were losing like eight hundred thousand jobs so it is enough to to sort of knock that unemployment rate down a little bit more and we noticed the increase in worker pay. Hey was also down yeah a little bit lower. you know after coming up to some of the highest levels in the of this business cycle down the doubt back down to below three percent so not the most fantastic sign either earlier this week the. Dow dropped five hundred points following a some news on manufacturing numbers that had a lot of people worried they showed showed manufacturing in this country is at its weakest level in ten years so help us understand. Why are those numbers so low but these job numbers don't seem to be as effective. I mean again as you say we still added one hundred thirty six thousand jobs to the economy so this sort of temperature her of the manufacturing sector comes from a report by the Institute for Supply Management and this is the second straight month that it's shown the manufacturing industries are actually actually shrinking and the thing about manufacturing is it's only about twelve percent of the economy the worry is that that weakness will all spread into the much bigger services sector of the economy and in fact the ISM's report on service industries actually was very weak still growing but just barely and falling to the lowest weakest level in about three years so it is starting to look like there is a a little bit of contagion from manufacturing into the services sector but it is still growing and it hasn't quite enough to really damage the job numbers to significant significant there are so many reports out there are so many statistics and you can read them in so many different ways it just it's like it's hard to make sense of what yardstick we should be using to measure the health health of this economy. I absolutely and you know I think you ask the question what was causing this weakness in manufacturing the ice report basically points at the trade tensions and that is such a big question mark for the economy because it's something that could be resolved instantly or near instantly and we just don't. I don't know if and when that will happen so you look at these numbers and you think while they're weak now but as soon as we reach a trade deal with China they'll turn around but but it's just so many unknown so much uncertainty surrounding when that may big picture tends to evolve over time and become more clear we'll see Mike Regan senior editor Bloomberg News. Thanks for your time. Thank spear

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"bayou" Discussed on Security on The Bayou

Security on The Bayou

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"bayou" Discussed on Security on The Bayou

"In addition to the cost of those departments, it's an interesting spot for that budget. I guess it's kind of IT three million dollars for citywide hardware and software, refresh program that's ever been to DMV give them what they want. So, you know, this is this is an interesting article an ars Technica. This is let me put it this. Way of gone for quite a while on Baltimore ready. This Baltimore thing is not going away. There's gonna be a lot of precedent set here as far as who's responsible for cleanup who's responsible for payment of one of the interesting things that I've yet to see our here is anything about cyber liability insurance. So I don't know if they were unprepared in that department, and this is sort of last resort nothing about paying, so this is going to keep going. This is not going anywhere for a while still feel bad for the citizens of the of Baltimore. This has got to be tough. I mean, I hope you're not trying to travel in your driver's licenses gonna expire, right? You're kind kinda screwed. I hope you haven't been trying to buy a house. All right, next. Let's move on from ABC com, BBC news, BBC dot com. New Zealand budget, national party denies hacking treasury. So this is kind of juicy there's some key words in here that you may have not heard, or you may not have heard before one of them being. Witch-hunt. So apparently, I don't keep up with New Zealand politics, right? But there is there's some budgeting going on right now in the in the national government and supposedly the Nash pieces of the proposed new budget were leaked forty eight hours prior. And now one party is accusing another party of hacking the government in order to get this data. They're calling it a witch hunt because it's a cover up. I mean this is this, this is like drama. Where's the other thing they pointed out there were attacked the government systems where attacked two thousand times over forty eight hours. So that's all the detail we have on that. That sounds I mean I what are you calling an attack. Right. There's a lot of definitions that need to be happening here with this two thousand times forty eight hours. So if that's all if you can't handle two thousand attacks and I'm gonna include everything you're thinking of, in an attack, I- scanning just basic scanning everything a brute force. Like if you can't handle that in forty-eight hours, you got some problems. China owns your ass. All right. This one was written by I wanna give credit where credit is due. Do not see an author on this one, but, you know where to find the link to the website. Find the link in the show notes. Art next. This one is very long is very technical won't go into too much because we're already over time today. But this one is from, we live security dot com by e set to be honest. I don't read this blog a lot. But this calm I it's a dive into Turlough power shell usage. So Turla also known a snake is a hacking group in this talks about their use of power shell and finalists, malware and running in memory and it's, it's just it's pretty neat. There's just a lot here. I think this big time speaks to the ability for a happy hacking group to last a long time and shifts their TT's. Right. So you read, you write an Intel report, it's a living document. It keeps. Changing right, based on how the attacker chains. So I mean this goes for a while talking about w m my profile that PS one, how they're doing decryption, the PE loader the ams e bypass. I mean the payloads are the back doors. There's some pretty pictures in here. There's some great shots of the CLI in here in the code an RPC spoof server. I mean there's a lot in here. This is this is probably gonna take me today's to read just between work and life because it's pretty long, so kudos to, I'm gonna give kudos to we live security before reading it. Because this looks like they did a pretty damn good job. There's even some I o season here. Holy sh-. Nike's goodstuff. Oh. Even mitering attack framework, stuff mapping, directly to the ID numbers home. I got if this becomes the new standard, I would be in heaven. So lots of things to get excited about today. So once again, patch shit if you haven't patched, yet, for attorney blue. What are you doing? Go fix it. Right. Be going go. Have that, that's a tough conversation if you're low on the total, but go have that conversation. All right, folks. Lock on today. It's Wednesday, it's almost Friday, everybody have a wonderful day, and we'll talk again tomorrow. Don't forget to subscribe at I tunes Spotify Stitcher in tune in. You can also visit on Twitter at second the bio on Instagram at second and on Facebook. Guess where at second? The bio, you can also find us on Lincoln security on the bayou. Guess what else you can find on the internet at set on the buy dot com..

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"bayou" Discussed on Security on The Bayou

Security on The Bayou

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"bayou" Discussed on Security on The Bayou

"And. Welcome to security on the by you. I'm your host Chris Adkins. And they're a recap of today's Security News and why it matters to you. Hello, friends. It is Monday may twentieth. Twenty nineteen in. Here's today's Security News, first off from the registered dot co dot UK. So foes tells users to rollback soft patch Tuesday run, if they want a PC, if they want their PC to boot this is written by Gareth core field. So, so foes, has released a statement that says, hey, if you're using our product and you wanna use your computer, you have to roll back, the Microsoft patches. That seems like a bad idea if you ask me, so not just like one path all of the patches the full patch Tuesday kit, they want you to roll back into top things off. When asked if they had a plan or what's going to how are they gonna update? What's going on? They said, so foes, is working diligently, undetermined issue. And we'll provide ongoing customer guidance not that we, we'll have an update for you and weak. Give us three days, just hey, we're working on it. So if this was any other regular patch Tuesday for Mike. Soft I wouldn't be too concerned with it. But this was a pretty big deal. Remember we talked about this that one of the abilities is warm -able just like you know, they used in wannacry wanna crypt, whatever you wanna call it. So it's a pretty big deal. And it affects all all the way down to windows, XP even released patches for windows, XP. So this isn't just some run of the mill I e remote cold vulnerability. This is this. A pretty big deal. So interesting, I hope so foes, fixes quickly. It's been a bad couple of weeks in general for e providers with everything that happened with McPhee and trend and semantic last week with their source code. And this was so foes toughens tough to be navy vendor right now. All right, next from threat post dotcom slack bug allows remote file, hijacking our injections. So a researcher from tenable David Wells, and I apologize to this articles written by terra seals a researcher from tenable named David Wells discovered a bog in slack desktop version three two three two seven for windows, only that essentially allows in attacker to post a link into a slap or a link into a slack channel that is used to download a document in essentially in that protocol that allows them. To change the destination of where that file, is located to a local SM share therefore, downloading something other than intended. So somebody could put in a link to a Google doc, and all of a sudden that link now turns into an SMP file sharing your Lonergan piece of our, so there's a, it's a remote exploitation, both authenticated in unauthenticated users, Mauer more. I mean so there it goes into detail here, and, as you know, slack is pretty large. So the this is mitigated currently by upgrading to the next version, two, three four zero. So I highly I mean this is obviously already been fixed. So go upgrade your slack client on windows, using interesting that we don't see a ton of slack stuff. So next from security week dot com by Edward Kovacs team. Viewer confirms it was hacked in two thousand sixteen. This is miss not come as a prize as many issues as teams had over the years, one more thing for them. So apparently they were targeted in two thousand sixteen by a piece of Chinese Mauer. We'll just call it that for now or your phrase that piece of our that is commonly used by the Chinese. They go on to talk about how they did their full, you know, they did the research. They did the forensics and everything and nothing was stolen so. The direct quote independent experts conducted a thorough investigation using all IT forensic resources available and found no evidence that security of our users or their IT systems was affected in any way. I was take those with a grain of salt. Right. I you know. There's a lot of good friends. People out there. Everywhere you go. I just. Sometimes you just wonder right? Like I is there things that you didn't see there. Probably is. So we'll, we'll take that statement with a grain of salt, once again team, you're confirms. It was hacked twenty sixteen. All right, folks. That's it for Monday may twentieth. Twenty nineteen everybody have wonderful week. Hey, it's it's a three day weekend for those in the United States coming up. So just finished strong. Right. And if you're taking off Friday, boy, a four day weekend, so everybody finish strong. Have a good week and we'll talk tomorrow. Don't forget to subscribe at ITN's, Spotify Stitcher in tune in. You can also visit on Twitter at second. The bio on Instagram at second, the by don't Facebook guess where at second. The bio, you can also find us on Lincoln security on the bayou. Guess what else you can find on the internet at second. The by U dot com.

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Security on The Bayou

05:19 min | 1 year ago

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"And. Welcome to security on the by you. I'm your host Chris Adkins, and they're a recap of today's Security News. And why it matters to you? Hello friends. Welcome to security on the by you. It is Wednesday may fifteenth twenty nineteen in. Here's your Security News for the day first things first from so FO's naked security blog. You know? This is one of my favorites. Title is update now critical remote, warm, -able windows vulnerability. So normally I would just skip right over patch Tuesday because it's everywhere all the time. It's not even patched Tuesday anymore. What do even call it anymore windows update day? I don't know anyways. This is written by Mark Stockley. And the reason I'm calling this out today is because there is a vulnerability in the remote desktop services that is warm -able. So the reason this is important because warm balists intially means that it can spread throughout the network. This is the same type of thing that happened with wannacry the ransomware. So this is actually a pretty big vulnerability. They're all big, right? But this one has a large impact across environment. This isn't something that will just 'cause you're a single remote code execution in a browser or something like that. And isolate. Fid incident. This could potentially affect the entire network of your enterprise. So if you haven't patched yet, go ahead, go through the cycle. I know most large enterprises it's not a day off. Right. You got a good test. And it's going to be a month to a quarter. But this is one of those that you wanna put a high priority on and push through change control. Probably as quick as you can get test to get it get it out in the next week or so protect your network. All right next. This is also once ransomware everywhere. I'm maybe I'm seeing it. Maybe I'm obsessed with it. I don't know. But we're going to keep talking about it. So if you didn't hear last week Baltimore the city city of Baltimore had a ransomware attack in normally I would just gloss over it and move on right because it's just another city with another ransomware attack. Well, this one gets a little bit more interesting today because on the old tweet box. Somebody posted a tweet that essentially. Is docked pictures of documents that would have been from the city. So not only is there ransomware here. But it appears that there was a fairly large data-breach. So this is significant because the the hacker is acting asking for about seventy six thousand dollars, and they're saying that after ten days, they will no longer pass them decryption keys. So after ten days, theoretically, all these systems could get wiped. Which is interesting. So they have ten days. You know, I my guess would be that if they don't get paid. They're gonna wipe all the systems, and they're probably going to dump all these documents. Now, if you have nothing to be afraid of well, that's not the that's not the right mentality. This is just not good in general for the city of Baltimore. So one of the things when I was reading this article is like, you know, where all is this happening. How many other cities are municipalities or counties or whatever? And so actually in this article this person, she read my mind. Kelly Jackson, Higgins, she read my mind, enlisted, all the other places happen. So as one of twenty two against state local government entity so far twenty nineteen. So I'll read them off Washington, Pennsylvania Amarillo, Texas Cleveland airport. Cleveland, Ohio guests city centre. Gusta means Stuart Florida imperil County, California Garfield county, Utah reinvent North Carolina. All the New York Jackson County, Georgia school system of Taus, New Mexico. Del Rio, Texas, Atlanta, Georgia. In Leo minster, Massachusetts, just in a few. So it's happening. It's out there. And that's all just in twenty nineteen. And it's only may so these are going to keep going up. I imagine that you'll probably see there's a lot of cities, right? They're gonna keep going after these guys. Specially if your own past all right next, the from Graham, clearly, which is a great blogs when my favorite probably seen his name wrong. Right. I don't know if that's right or not anyways. Israeli TV Eurovision webcasts hijacked by hackers HAMAs blamed, so I'm not going to dig into this too much. Just find interesting this is like something you'd see I'm mister robot. Right. They took over the broadcast in Israel and played their own message. What that message is. Let's see, oh, it was essentially a it's a warning symbols has risk of missile attack. Please take shelter. Israel, Israel is not safe. You will see? So taking advantage of the fear in people. So interesting. They would do this. I mean continues to escalate over there with everything going on. Not that it's ever going to de-escalate anytime Sumer afraid. All right. So that is Wednesday may fifteen twenty nineteen everybody have a good week. It is Wednesday were almost to the weekend. Keep pushing forward get those patches out get rid of the ransomware. Alrighty, what are we doing? All right, everybody. Good. We we'll talk tomorrow.

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Security on The Bayou

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"bayou" Discussed on Security on The Bayou

"And. Welcome to security on the by you. I'm your host, Chris Adkins. A recap of today's Security News, and why it matters to you. Good morning friends. It is Thursday may ninth twenty nineteen. And this is on the bayou hope everybody's having a wonderful week two more days almost done get there. It's gonna be a beautiful. We can hopefully wherever you are are, right. I up from security boulevard dot com by Erica chicken, while ski breach instance on record pace for twenty nineteen. So this is an interesting report. And this is again, one of those articles that you're gonna find multiple people reporting on it throughout the the industry in all over the news. Right. So in quarter, one of twenty nineteen there were one thousand nine hundred or three data compromise incidents, exposing more than one point nine billion records. Obviously this sounds like a lot. It's because it is a lot. Let's compare it to lash twenty eighteen the volume of reported breach. Incidence was up fifty six percent in one quarter in expose records was up by nearly thirty percent. That's a huge jump year of your. That's I mean, that's really really fifty six percent and thirty percent anywhere else. Those percentages jumped like that most. Usually you're getting rich, right? Not here. This is bad news is going backwards and some more perspective on this usually between two thousand nine and two thousand sixteen average records expose was right in one quarter was right around one hundred million to two hundred million. So in twenty fifteen there was a are. There was a larger number twenty fifteen. I don't remember exactly what was preached then. But out the look that up for you guys. So there I mean, there's so many huge increase you go from one hundred million two hundred million. And then you go to a billion in less than two years. That's significant. That's quite a bit. This goes to show you it's not stopping. It's not slowing down people are continuing to get breached. So you gotta do your do your part, right? Protect yourself. So I don't want this to be a scare tactic. You shouldn't be scared by some of this stuff. This information you can use to go make things better. Right. Put this near tool belt and move along next from health nut security dot com. Title, the article C level executives, increasingly and proactively targeted by social breaches. Normally, this is not something I would have included. I mean, this is sort of a no brainer. C level executives are getting fished wailed, vici-, whatever you wanna call it pretty consistently over the time over forever, right? It's something that's going to continue to happen serially because of the amount of access to information they have. But here we go. This is again came from the variety DR, we'll start to see more and more stuff. People start digging in this poll out little nuggets here and there so I'm not going to read one of these everyday hopefully, but for a while you probably going to be hearing about this stuff. So senior executives are twelve times more likely to be target of social incidents and nine times more likely to be the target of social breaches than in previous years. So once again, this is big because increase year over year twelve times and nine times more likely than they were last year. That's that's significant once again this significant. So there's things you have to be focusing on right? You know, you don't need to go by all these fancy technical solutions right in the security, tools and deal P and caz. Be I mean, eventually order to mature your physician you should. But at the end of the day. One of the biggest things is our IT hygiene. Right. What are your your help desk processes to investigate fishing? What are you patching? How're you? Filtering emails real basic sort of business operations items. Right. So hygiene, it always comes back to IT hygiene. Right. Do the small things right to build upon and build your organization upright. You can't have a good. You can't build a big house. If you ain't got a good foundation. Create a good foundation for your house next. I like this one if you're ever on Reddit or just in the world, you know, people always talk about what would you do if you got fired from this job, you know, and people that really hate their job always end up. You know, I'm going to delete everything I'm gonna I'm gonna take everything down hack this right on the a script that's going to blow up the machine right of her that one before. Here it is from security week via the Associated Press IT specialists, convicted on cyber hacking charges is sentenced you may. Or may not remember this. But this gentleman named Edward soya bell. He was convicted by federal during the summer on twelve counts of computer hacking, the thirty five year old soil of Chicago acted after the industrial supply company fired him in two thousand sixteen for quote unquote on on professional conduct and punctuality issues. So you've his late and he was an asshole. So essentially, he got fired and he decided, well, if that's the case, and I'm gonna take down everything I can guess what still illegal now he's in jail for three years. So there you go don't do it. It's pretty simple, right? One of the principles of life. Don't be an asshole in you'll be. Okay. All right, folks. Hope you learned something today. Something putting your tool belt in take back to work with you. Everybody have a wonderful Thursday at has made ninth twenty nineteen the security on the by.

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Security on The Bayou

07:09 min | 1 year ago

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"And. Welcome to security on the by you. I'm your host Chris Adkins, and they're a recap of today's Security News. And why it matters to you? Welcome friends. It is Wednesday may eighth twenty nineteen. Here's tease Security News. First things first, let's start with this from security affairs dot CO, by Peru, Pierre Pierre Luigi pa- Ghani, which I think he wrote an article yesterday if I remember correctly, this one entitled little sec in anonymous IT, a hackers published sensitive data from thirty thousand Roman lawyers so IT here standing for Italian. So they were able to collected data of thirty thousand different lawyers over there all with personal information evidence of accesses to P E C accounts, which is the certified Email account. So it sounds like all of the the lawyers in Italy are given a certified Email account, which sort of makes sense audit purposes and regulatory stuff. So keep that going in. Appears that maybe the actual target of. This was the mayor of Rome Virginia Raggi, so which is a member of this group. So I I really when I first saw this headline. I assumed they were you know, they were on the warpath for maybe for the Catholic church. But it appears not I'm not to do so bit more research on this. But the reason that they did this is we want to remember our friends arrested a few years ago and make them understand that we ended on Humous are legion. So I don't know who our friends are from a few years ago around. But it's an interesting interesting hackers from Losec who you know, we hear from stuff from occasionally Losec slash anonymous. How you know pretty much the same thing at this point. But this is probably one of their larger. Hacks in quite some time. So peers back maybe they've reorganized a little bit or just maybe some new motivation. That's probably the correct answer next. So this one's fun from ZD net Bart by Charlie Osborne. And this is one of those articles that dish just happens to be the link. I found it's going to be everywhere. It's all over the place title at article is CIA camps out in anonymous toward network. So the CIA has spun up their own on the inversion of the CIA's website at really long address dot onion. So it's a mirror image of the standard website. But the CIA CIA says that creating this version meet the agency's intelligence collection mission by being secure on anonymous in untraceable, if you believe any of those last three words, I got I got some some beach-front land in desert to sell you, secure anonymous and. Untraceable in CIA an onion all in one sentence. I just have a hard time believing this. I don't even believe that their intentions are pure here. I think this is a there's something going on here. There has to be. It's the CIA. That's what they do. They try to make you believe that everything's hunky Dory on in the background. They're actually doing something. Nefarious. Let's call it nefarious. So you best believe I'm gonna go check. This thing out scariest. Right. I wanna go see it. And then I might just burn my laptop. I don't know. I might I'll probably do this in a virtual machine. What I'll end up doing even though it's probably not gonna matter. So an interesting article from ZD net about the CIA, new tore. Website next from the state of security on trip wire. By Tim Irwin highlights from the horizon DVR twenty nineteen. So I'm not gonna read this whole article. But for those that don't know Verizon of every year releases a report called the data breach investigations report. It's it's sort of an industry standard at this point. I look I I look forward to pretty much every year. Do I I don't know. It's usually a pain in the ass. But I like reading it every year because there's usually some good findings in their essentially, what it is they send these surveys out to people cross the the industry that work in security all the time, and they start, you know, they let them know sort of what happened in their world that year. So for instance, looks let's see me pick one of the things out of here. The grid. There were. Six hundred eighty four information incidents related to denial of service. So I'm gonna forget what this thing is this this graph at that. They this matrix. I guess would be that they built there's a specific name for it. But it's interesting because it breaks down incidents and breaches by pattern action pattern action and asset. So like that same one the information incident had six hundred eighty four denial of service seven hundred ninety six classified as hacking. Eight hundred seventy four were servers. So there's different categories in here like under asset, you have user user development server person network media kiosk slash terminal. So in that report, they define all his stuff. There's always usually some interesting things that come out. Apparently. Here we go. This is right off the top. So I will give you a little bit of it healthcare has the most problems with miscellaneous errors departure for most other sectors. That's interesting healthcare has a huge MA aspect to it. So anytime you start putting that much into it things get Harry, but sue banks also do a lot of MA. So why don't they have the same problem? So just there's always some interesting things in here, but always take into account. Right. Humans wrote this down in no matter how many times they read a definition of something. They may get it wrong. Like the difference between Mauer hacking, misuse social error and physical. One can lead to the other right? All the time. And we're fishing fall in there. Right. Is it hacking or malware could also fall into social, obviously? So there's a lot of things that can change in here. But it's good report. Go find it once again, it's the Verizon DB, I are delta. Bravo, India Romo Romeo Romo heat Tony Romo anyways. Okay. I think that'll do it. It is Wednesday may eighth twenty nineteen. Everybody have a wonderful day. We'll talk again tomorrow.

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Security on The Bayou

08:14 min | 1 year ago

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"And. Welcome to security on the by you. I'm your host Chris Adkins, and they're a recap of today's Security News. And why it matters to you? Low folks it is Friday me third twenty nineteen and here's today. Security News, first, let's start with security boulevard dot com from Michael visit title is McAfee survey finds IT at cyber security vault. Most first things first headlines terrible. I clicked it because it said MAC phen- intriguing fair what the hell he's talking about. So here it is this week MAC, if he published a survey they conducted of seven hundred professionals working in organizations with over one thousand employees entitled grand theft data to all right? If you've been in the industry long enough, you know, what these reports are going to boil down to right? They're going to try and sell you something at the end of the day. But what I wanna bring up which is interesting about. This report is something that hasn't come up before. But is probably one hundred percent spot on. The report finds fifty two percent of respondents claim IT is at fault one. Data leakage event occurs versus twenty nine percent who say business operations. So essentially what they're saying all these IT professionals is that more often than not it's the IT professional fault in. It's not the user, which is a common in this industry. It's extremely common to try and blame the user for our issues. Right. One of the reasons that this number is higher is that there's more opportunity for an IT professional to mess. Something up all takes his won miss configured server right in. There you go. You may have a back door open and boom daily great. So this, you know, this directly speaks to hear all the time people process technology, right for sort of the the people part of thing, we you know, we know what we gotta do there. It's all about training and building these people up to make sure they have the right skill sets. But if they don't have the right processes in place to help them, then you know, they're screwed. All right. So I think that's it here. You know, this article goes on to talk about caz bees in ER, tools, all of which are things that McAfee would love to sell you. So let's move on from there. Speaking of people process and technology the next one big one coming out of the White House today. This is from trip wire dot com, although you could find this probably anywhere. It's gonna be on CNN. Fox News all over the place. President Trump signs e o to bolster federal digital security workforce this one by David mint Bisson. So President Trump is Senate executive order on America's cybersecurity workforce. So. They realized that there's a skills gap within the cybersecurity workforce, whether it be in the federal government or even in the public sector. So they're doing a few things, obviously, this is more about the federal government. They are going to develop digital security rotational program within ninety days this platform for purpose in able federal eighteen digital security practitioners to receive temporary assignments in the department of homeland security in vice versa. Thereby facilitating exchange of knowledge training in experiences. So this is something that gets talked about in good practice all the time within a security organizations that you should be rotating people around nine times out of ten it never happens. So this is the White House making that happen for these folks. So this I mean this in my opinion, nothing, but good can come from this ninety days to create that program in make a sustainable program seems a bit farfetched, but you know, more power to them see if they can get it. Done if done correctly. This can do a lot of good for that the cyber federal cybersecurity workforce. And this is not just is the which is pretty interesting. I'm curious to see with where this goes is called the President's Cup cybersecurity competition, which is going to be not just for government employees. But also it sounds like they're going to let third party contractors that are the cybersecurity space compete in this as well. So. They're talking about, you know, cash prizes days off, which if you've never been in the military or federal government. That's that's the thing. They award you with the day, you know, week off or whatever I'd rather have the cash personally. And then another thing they're doing which is not listen to this article. But as you know, some mice on another one I read was that they're also going to start doing some programs where they're going to award elementary in junior high teachers for their accomplishments and cybersecurity education, which I think is great with starting young. Right. I mean, this industry is new enough now that this quote, unquote, cyber security that most of the people that are in their prime. If you will this is stuff that came about when they were late in high school or college right didn't necessarily exist at that time in those that have been around for quite a while they started out as folks they were not cyber security, quote, unquote, people. So I think this is good stuff. I I really hope this works. I'm rooting for. It should be good. We'll see. What happens next? This is a long article on give you a quick recap of it some things I pull that. I thought were interesting, but go read this as a sort of an expose this is from wired dot com. And mysterious hacker group is on supply is on a supply chain hacking hijacking spree by Andy Greenberg, the I guess they're mysterious, but you're going to know the name either known as bearing him shadow hammer shadow Pat pad or wicked panda. So that right there wicked panda should give you an idea of where these folks were based. So these are the folks that will be blamed for hijacking. This offer date stuff from a Seuss. And then also the CC cleaner tool issue and so one of their their tax their tactic. Here is sort of a spray and pray tactic were hearkens back to the Russian submarine force back in the day where they didn't necessarily aim. They just shot. Much as they could to hope to hit something and take something else out. Right. So that's sort of what's going on here with their with their taxes. They're just spraying everywhere collecting the data. See what they have that looks interesting. And then going after that. So it's I mean, it's a tactic that has worked in the past and many different things not just sever scaredy submarine warfare as well. And then in the article, they interviewed some folks in you know, they claim to say that if they were to try and deploy ransomware sort of like not pet. Yeah. It would be even more destructive around the world. So I don't necessarily disagree at the. I'd like to dig into that will bit more before I really get into that. So. This those are the three articles for the day one last thing quick update. The other day we talked about the the ICS security stuff with Californian Utah will apparently some more information has come out. It's still a little little fuzzy here, but there was a denial of service attack. But no service was disrupted. No service or production was disrupted. So why that report was filed? We're still kind of unsure I guess within the organizations in these states. Everybody's pointing fingers say, hey, we didn't do it. Did you guys do who filed this thing where did it come from? So there's some question as to what happened here. But it appears that it was a denial service in there was no disruption to service or production. So I think all all's well that ends well in that one. There's clearly some process and procedure issue that they've gotta figure out there. All right, folks. Thank you is Friday may third in this security on the bayou. Everybody have a wonderful weekend. We'll talk again on Monday.

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Security on The Bayou

05:23 min | 1 year ago

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"And. Welcome to security on the by you. I'm your host, Chris Adkins, and they're. A recap of today's Security News, and why it matters to you. Good morning friends. It is Monday, April twenty ninth. This is security on the bio, let's get things kicked off today with a oracle from SE magazine US by Doug Olympic credential, stuffing, bigger and better than ever. Obviously credential stuff has been around for a long time but recorded future he should report this week talking about the resurgence of it for few reasons. One of them is automation, which makes perfect sense automating everything these days and not just the automation here, but they have developed not day. Cute. Record future has not the bad guys have belts tools that can do multiple sites at once. So not only are you just hitting one you're hitting a bunch and you're doing very fast near automating. So you've seen a resurgence in it so much so that a single account that used to sell for ten dollars is now down to one or two dollars. Very interesting that this is come back, and this has been seen in the wild. If you will so go check out this article recurred recorded future also called out a few different tools that have been used some interesting names of these tools, obviously, you can totally came from by the names. But also, some prices there's one on hair private Keefer sells for forty nine rubles Russian rubles, which is approximately sixty four cents. So not exactly a high barrier to entry on this. Okay. Next from ZD net article entitled who will major Android app. Developer from store from Kentucky massive add this one is by Charlie Osborne. So they kicked out over forty apps by Chinese developer over the weekend. In here. Let me get want to make sure I get this. Right. The name of the company or the developer is DO global which is in part owned by by do. So a very big connection there for this developer. So they ripped a bunch of their applications off the Google play store for using adware in essentially, click fraud within the adware within the obligation. So it was quite quite a feud ended up being at the end of the day over one hundred applications that they removed with six hundred million installs quite a few. I'm sure they made a few few bucks on that deal. Global released a statement. Of course, they're quote, unquote. Sorry, they're gonna look into their practices. But we know how that next a crash course in car shop by Josh Josh on get this left. Go with this is an interesting article, this isn't necessarily going to make you a an expert on karting in how the. Underground card shops work, but it's a great primer. You're all human. So you understand good customer service. So that that part won't come visit surprise here. They do refunds, you know. There's all kinds of different things. But I think what I really enjoyed about this article is some of the terminology appreciations entail as that are used for instance, B, I N being identification number and then also like the difference in a dump versus a card so and then obviously C M P, which I previously nude car not present, THAAD, which is very common. So some good detail here recommend you read, this sort of prime you on, you know, some things that are going on specially for the financial services, or, you know, you work for one of these companies take a look at this should be hopefully, something you already know. But at at to your wallet of excuse me, editor your toolbox of tools, and then the last one for the day on a bit of a lighter note, this one actually came up last week chose skip over, but I see it came back up on my feet. So I had to. To bring it back up. This one's by Matt Novak Gizmodo dot com. Lime scooters hacked to say sexual things to writers. Australia obviously lime is not very happy about this. But frankly, find it pretty fun. Like, here's one of the things don't take me around because I don't like to be ridden. Which is a little silly. Let's see here. No. When customers ended a ride with the hack scooters voice box said, no where you go. According to yet another video posted before line. Learn about the hack, and then this is what they said. It's not smart. It's not funny in its Kintu to changing ringtone. I also find changing people's ringtones, very funny. So nice trying them they tried to play to the maturity of people, which we all know will not work. So very interesting article once again on Gizmodo dot com, your laugh of the day in the hacking world, thank you for joining us. This has man security on the by you, April twenty ninth Monday.

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02:37 min | 2 years ago

"bayou" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"We'll get you set for an awesome weekend of college. And pro football are bears are in buffalo. Gotta win that game. But college football grabs centerstage, northwestern OSE Notre Dame and Alabama invades L S U bayou Bengals country is going to be an awesome, Saturday night of college football. Plus, we'll talk with Dan Weiner, shots at nine thirty company nine AM, right after golick and wingo on ESPN one thousand. Rebound. The three. Crowder. Here tonight. Alerts what twenty one twenty five? His totally. Out by midcourt that to call in eight thirty WC last night as Derrick rose turned back time had his first forty point games since his twenty ten eleven MVP season. But he did it one battery actually scored a career high fifty and as you heard there on the call came up with the game saving block as well. It was two hundred seventy seven games since last scoring at least forty points in an NBA game. Elsewhere in the NBA the Lakers won a close game. Although they had the blow thirteen point lead with less than four minutes to do it. And then they did it in the most improbable way LeBron James who has struggled late from the free throw line made a free throw to give them the lead. And they're now just one in three in games decided by five points less as they took down the Mavericks and the warriors continue to be the warriors. They're eight one thirty seven from Steph who now leaves the NBA with six thirty point games this season. That's also the most by a warrior through the first nine game season since. Rick Perry did it in seventy four seventy five host the timber wolves tomorrow night on ESPN. Here's my thought process hot dog and sausage council. A hell you there you go to tell me I bought the hawk off. I will dress said hot dog. Anyway, I feel it's my palate. I shove you counsel as far as it can be shocked. We do all the important stuff. Golic and wingo. Live walkouts in Baton Rouge, presented by progressive insurance. Guest joins us on the.

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"bayou" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"bayou" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Did you guys do an episode harvey gary yeah so it was funny because well i wouldn't say funny because i couldn't get here nasa was straight up closed and i live right off of buffalo bayou so when harvey hit it's a it's kind of this river and all the floodgates dumped into this river and so the floodgates got filled up so they let them loose on buffalo bayou and the whole thing flooded two levels i've never seen it's flooded once before since i've lived there but not to this level and so the road that usually take to get to nasa was completely underwater so that i wasn't going anywhere that time i mean it was it wasn't long that we had started the podcast it's only two months or something but i was like i think it's appropriate to say something about it because i just to acknowledge that this is happening so a couple of days afterwards the level started going down and people were kind of all over the streets just checking out the area because everything had been underwater for two three straight days and so i just kind of recorded like an update just like here's guys we're all you know a lot of things happen people lost their lives within houston and you know a lot of people were ffected especially you know homes and in in one way or another and just sort of just acknowledged that but i went out with a i had a portable audio recorder my own personal one and i just recorded i wrote a script and printed out an update i mean it was really hard to work just because you know everyone was out of commission pretty much but i figured this this is the right thing to do so i actually walked across the bridge to buffalo by and recorded on the bridge the water was right underneath me and the sidewalks where the where we're supposed to be the sidewalks completely underwater right next to me but i was on the bridge and i recorded it right there on buffalo by so recorded outside but it was just like a two minute update but i could successfully say that we never missed a week that's right we never missed a week that was crazy.

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"bayou" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"bayou" Discussed on WWL

"The bayou bengals improve to fourteen and thirteen in the sec lsu now has one conference series remaining which is against auburn in other local scores from the diamond and dropped their series finale to memphis three to you alofi it lost eight to six at texas state southeastern corey jacoby tossed a complete game as the lions beat central arkansas five to one you and sweat their series at nichols winning game three by the score of twelve to five and omaha was a five to two winner over the baby cakes the nba playoffs resumed after a couple of days of downtime jalen brown had twenty three points and eight rebounds while marcus morris added twenty one points and ten boards for the celtics who opened a twenty one point first quarter lead and beat the cavaliers one oh eight to eighty three in game one of the eastern conference finals al horford added twenty points for boston who ran off seventeen consecutive points in the first quarter and pulled away today on sports talk with bobby bare and kristian garic all the best sound from saints rookie camp plus which players stood out and does the nba needs to realign their conferences should the pelicans actually be in the east then at seven pm it's the pulmonary show i'm steve geller with your early morning look at sports twentythree dave and steve with you on your radio pulmonary saying that yesterday felt like an elimination game for the postseason for lsu that they felt like their backs against the proverbial wall if they did not win and take the series dramatic obama that they may not be looking at playing in the in the ncaa tournament.

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"bayou" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"bayou" Discussed on WWL

"Seventh straight victory vis lsu update is brought to you by kill cat your local wacker in equipment dealer remain in the bayou bengals regular this week a centenary tigers travelled to tennessee cochair doj run has seen a dramatic difference in his ball club since their humbling loss to troy back in september nothing to the practice order but we should wonderful bolting the this will serve with uh uh lsu will try and sniff out another conference when saturday against the four and six volunteer to just fired head coach butch jones following a blowout to missouri today at 400 second place with bobby hebert i might deteriorate live from the silver slip thirty it's the saints coaches show which receivers coach curtis johnson then monday night football at seven thirty between the dolphins and the panthers steve geller wwl sports not enough he round news time 602 wage and we go to the pinpoint forecast center goodlooking forecast pickle farmers through the average rate skies be breezy and mild with walter tonight with some clear skies lows the door shortcut kind of chile dropping to forty nine and the south shore round them say it will see plenty of sunshine going to be a gorgeous stay mild with a high of seventy wine it more beautiful weather on wednesday with plenty of sun high temperatures in the mid 70s for the pinpoint forecast center i'm wwl tv meteorologist dave nicer clear and louis armstrong international airport agyshty means got to breeze on the north an eight miles an hour norris yours y dale clear gene.

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"bayou" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"bayou" Discussed on WWL

"More on wwl call 5042601870 text 870870 or tweet at seth done la porte pat christian gerrard looking back lsu getting ready to take on byu this week it's the opener of the college football season for the bayou bengals a season christian you look at the start to the season for lsu i think most people are in agreement that it would be a disappointment if they do not start five and all they should that's going to get coach yo in his first full season here at the helm of the tigers after a great start agony la anything less nine wins is a display for this team and slow everything goes right for them things break i could see them in a major bowl come on reducing to said i have a shot at a national title and that's that's unfair to them an unfair to coach joe but i think they do have a shot to play in a major bolya marhsall said i don't know how to play offs in other words and i know that the system is convoluted now when you have this playoff system my point is i don't know if they're gonna be a top four team in the country but i could see him squarely on the top ten should things go well when it's all said and done i can i i could see that i mean you have you why you mississippi state i'm not intentional yes i am intentionally or not talking about chatanooga because we all we can another as a foreign cook conclusion syracuse the following week troy florida unity sec schedule and to end october auburn omiss i mean you sheet you should be me you should be water zero losses galway to to alabama i know all burns can be tough but you should that there's your one loss but yeah i mean you could have one loss going into the alabama yet here's detection the 985 lsu forty one byu seventeen good coaching and great young talent will prevail byu will stay close through the half the tigers will pull away in the second half by use a solid non b c s football programme non power five football programme and one seven eight finished the.

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