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Uber and Lyft must reclassify drivers as employees, appeals court finds

Techmeme Ride Home

02:07 min | 4 hrs ago

Uber and Lyft must reclassify drivers as employees, appeals court finds

"Hey have you heard it's election season here in the US not sure if you're aware of that anyway Californians you. To pretty interesting propositions to consider on November third that are related to technology and your decisions might affect the rest of the country in a major way. For instance, there is, of course, proposition twenty two, which if you've used an uber in California at all in recent months I'm sure you've heard about because they pop it up in the APP Uber really wants you to vote for proposition twenty two I'm going to quote here from wikipedia proposition. Twenty two titled Exempts App. Based transportation and delivery companies from providing employee benefits to certain drivers. The proposition seeks to grant at based transportation and delivery companies a special exemption to assembly bill five by classifying their drivers as independent contractors exempting employers from providing benefits to certain drivers. The. Proposition also includes additional protections for APP based workers over those for other independent contractors but most of these productions only applied during the time the worker is quote engaged in Fulfilling a specific request and not while the worker is logged into the APP and available to fulfil a request lift Uber Door Dash instagram posts mates have contributed over one hundred and eighty million dollars into campaign supporting proposition twenty two making it the most expensive ballot measure in California's history and quote. Well, while Californians are mulling their vote on that an appeals court in California, has upheld a lower court ruling ordering Uber and lift to stop classifying drivers. As independent contractors, which is why they're pushing prop twenty two. In the first place quote the ruling is unlikely to have any immediate effect on either company services given the ruling will be put on hold for at least sixty days hoover and lift can still ask that the decision be reviewed by the California Supreme Court, which can decide whether or not to hear the case lift spokesperson. Julia Woods said the company was considering all of our legal options This ruling makes it more urgent than ever for voters to stand with drivers and vote? Yes. On prop twenty two, she said in a statement referring to a November third ballot measure that lift and you've been pushing for months and quote.

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Philadelphia area bank hosting a series of contactless food drives

KYW 24 Hour News

01:14 min | 6 hrs ago

Philadelphia area bank hosting a series of contactless food drives

"Relying on food pantries due to the pandemic and workers at a local bank or trying to help keep this stocks shelves stocked and is keeping a busy Antoinette leave reports. They're hoping to hit a goal of collecting £5000 of food. This weekend. Volunteers from Braemar Trust Bank have already hosted a Siri's of contactless food drives on Saturdays, each one resulting in nearly £1000 of food. When we say we're doing something our community show up, everybody's looking for a way to do something good, Tina McDonnell of BMT says. They're hoping this Saturday's drive at their Roxborough and Blue bill. Parking lots will also be a success. So you just drive your car through and massed on gloved. The empty employees will be there. Strong, she says. They are in need of some staple items such as can tuna, veggies and oatmeal. All of the donated food is taken to a local pantry, which MacDonald says is a win for everyone involved, and that was the most important thing When we started, this was, how could we do something? Give back to the community and keep everyone say the drive will take place on Saturday From 1 to 3 P.m.. You can go to kow news radio dot com To learn how to help and swoon at Li Ke. What have you news Radio? It's 11 48, the

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Trump, Biden frame closing appeals for sprint to election

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 hrs ago

Trump, Biden frame closing appeals for sprint to election

"The final sprint to election day is on now that president trump and Joe Biden have wrapped up their final debate the two men are taking their different styles and messages on the road with eleven days left the president's billing himself as the same disruptive outsider who won four years ago it's all talk no action with these politicians Biden says characters on the ballot to you know who I am you know who he is Biden's campaigning close to home today with an event in Delaware the president's holding two rallies in his adopted state of Florida a virtual must win for his reelection chances he plans to vote fair tomorrow Sager mag ani Washington

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California court says Uber, Lyft drivers are employees, not contractors

Financial Exchange with Barry Armstrong

04:24 min | 6 hrs ago

California court says Uber, Lyft drivers are employees, not contractors

"Like some some bad bad news news for for uber uber and and lift lift on on appeals appeals court court here here in in California, California, said said Yeah. Yeah. You You guys guys are are losing losing this this one. one. And And so so they they need need to to comply comply with with reclassifying reclassifying their their drivers drivers as as employees employees within within 30 30 days days of of a a formal formal ruling, ruling, which which could could happen happen in in the the next next few few weeks, weeks, so so realistically, realistically, probably probably around around your your end. end. Yes. Yes. So So I I think think a a timeline timeline here here is is important. important. So So back back on on January, January, 1st 1st Assembly Assembly Bill Bill five five became became law. law. That That was was the the one one that that basically basically required required all all of of these these companies companies that that provide provide contract contract type type work, work, such such as as uber uber and and lift lift but but also also a a few few others others to to reclassify reclassify those those workers workers as as employees employees in in May, May, a a lawsuit lawsuit Filed Filed against against Uber Uber lift lift for for not not complying complying in in June. June. There's There's another another injunction injunction to to immediately immediately classify classify them. them. This This went went through through Superior Superior Court. Court. They They lost lost the the lawsuit lawsuit it it back back in in August. August. The The continued continued to to appeal appeal this this and and now now this this ruling ruling basically basically gives gives them them 30 30 days days like like you you said said from from the the ruling, ruling, which which Again Again could could happen happen in in the the next next couple couple of of weeks. weeks. It It could could take take longer, longer, but but yeah, yeah, you're you're looking looking at at year year end end for for uber uber lived. lived. I I can't can't imagine imagine this this was was a a massive massive surprise. surprise. I I think think they they held held hopes hopes that that they they would would win win on on appeal. appeal. But But I I can't can't imagine imagine as as a a huge huge surprise. surprise. I I think think it it all all comes comes down down to to proposition proposition 22, 22, which which is is a a ballot ballot initiative initiative that's that's being being voted voted on on on on Election Election day. day. And And that that to to me me is is the the big big chance chance that that uber uber left left still still have have here. here. There There hasn't hasn't been. been. I I haven't haven't able able to to find find a a ton ton of of polling, polling, but but there there is is pulling pulling done done by. by. I I think think it it was was UC UC Davis Davis back back in in September, September, it it found found that that 39% 39% of of voters voters supported supported the the ballot ballot measure, measure, which which would would keep keep Uber Uber contractors contractors as as contractors. contractors. 36% 36% were were opposed. opposed. A A full full quarter quarter of of people people were were undecided undecided on on this this one. one. Do you know, by the way how easy it is to get something on the ballot in the state of Palestine. Oh, easy. How many signatures do you need? Like 30? No, it's so it's It's actually more than I thought, but it's still like California's a state of over 55 million people. You need in order. So this is again what I'm seeing here, According to the California Constitution article to you need 623,000. It's nothing But that's that's literally like that's 1% of the state's population needs to agree with you to get something on the about. Yeah, There's so much that sucks about California. Voting is one of them because you get these from what I understand you get these things, and there's like 50 ballot questions depending on what city you live in. I think this year it's it's somewhere in that ballpark. It's It's just ridiculous. So, um, yeah, this year. You know, this is a tough one because I am a firm believer that Uber and lift both deliberately structured their business in the way they did the skirt, labor laws. So on one hand, I'm like you guys have something coming to you. On the other hand, I look at this nice say there's going to be a lot of uber and lyft drivers that aren't gonna be able to drive on the platform anymore. They're going to lose that income, and that's gonna hurt way have to be honest about that. It's going to hurt an awful lot of uber and lyft drivers. The remaining ones. Are going to end up coming away, probably with better wages and definitely with better benefits, and and that's kind of that's the trade off that ends up being made here. What I hope that does then is maybe spur some additional competition in the space saying Hey, This is you know, now a service where the prices have come up to where they're competitive or in some cases more expensive than taxis. Hey, let's see if we could generate some real innovation to actually drive those costs down instead of just trying to save on our labor costs by not covering health insurance. Yes, I mean one. I'm not so undecided on this or you know you're not decided on obey. You see both sides of it. I'm pretty firmly in the camp that All of these people need to be classified as employees. If we're going to treat them the way that they do on DH uber left several of these different companies need to be reclassified and need to have payroll taxes and benefits. In my view that is going to drive up costs. It's going Tio make taxis more favorable again, which the uber industry was able to completely skirt all the rules around the taxi industry and just kind of bankrupt them. Granted, there are plenty of taxi problems to begin with. I think the real thing that this drive when we talk about that innovation that would bring down costs again, I think the endgame for all of these guys is getting rid of the drivers entirely, whether their employees or contractors.

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California court says Uber, Lyft drivers are employees, not contractors

Financial Exchange with Barry Armstrong

04:24 min | 6 hrs ago

California court says Uber, Lyft drivers are employees, not contractors

"Like some some bad bad news news for for uber uber and and lift lift on on appeals appeals court court here here in in California, California, said said Yeah. Yeah. You You guys guys are are losing losing this this one. one. And And so so they they need need to to comply comply with with reclassifying reclassifying their their drivers drivers as as employees employees within within 30 30 days days of of a a formal formal ruling, ruling, which which could could happen happen in in the the next next few few weeks, weeks, so so realistically, realistically, probably probably around around your your end. end. Yes. Yes. So So I I think think a a timeline timeline here here is is important. important. So So back back on on January, January, 1st 1st Assembly Assembly Bill Bill five five became became law. law. That That was was the the one one that that basically basically required required all all of of these these companies companies that that provide provide contract contract type type work, work, such such as as uber uber and and lift lift but but also also a a few few others others to to reclassify reclassify those those workers workers as as employees employees in in May, May, a a lawsuit lawsuit Filed Filed against against Uber Uber lift lift for for not not complying complying in in June. June. There's There's another another injunction injunction to to immediately immediately classify classify them. them. This This went went through through Superior Superior Court. Court. They They lost lost the the lawsuit lawsuit it it back back in in August. August. The The continued continued to to appeal appeal this this and and now now this this ruling ruling basically basically gives gives them them 30 30 days days like like you you said said from from the the ruling, ruling, which which Again Again could could happen happen in in the the next next couple couple of of weeks. weeks. It It could could take take longer, longer, but but yeah, yeah, you're you're looking looking at at year year end end for for uber uber lived. lived. I I can't can't imagine imagine this this was was a a massive massive surprise. surprise. I I think think they they held held hopes hopes that that they they would would win win on on appeal. appeal. But But I I can't can't imagine imagine as as a a huge huge surprise. surprise. I I think think it it all all comes comes down down to to proposition proposition 22, 22, which which is is a a ballot ballot initiative initiative that's that's being being voted voted on on on on Election Election day. day. And And that that to to me me is is the the big big chance chance that that uber uber left left still still have have here. here. There There hasn't hasn't been. been. I I haven't haven't able able to to find find a a ton ton of of polling, polling, but but there there is is pulling pulling done done by. by. I I think think it it was was UC UC Davis Davis back back in in September, September, it it found found that that 39% 39% of of voters voters supported supported the the ballot ballot measure, measure, which which would would keep keep Uber Uber contractors contractors as as contractors. contractors. 36% 36% were were opposed. opposed. A A full full quarter quarter of of people people were were undecided undecided on on this this one. one. Do you know, by the way how easy it is to get something on the ballot in the state of Palestine. Oh, easy. How many signatures do you need? Like 30? No, it's so it's It's actually more than I thought, but it's still like California's a state of over 55 million people. You need in order. So this is again what I'm seeing here, According to the California Constitution article to you need 623,000. It's nothing But that's that's literally like that's 1% of the state's population needs to agree with you to get something on the about. Yeah, There's so much that sucks about California. Voting is one of them because you get these from what I understand you get these things, and there's like 50 ballot questions depending on what city you live in. I think this year it's it's somewhere in that ballpark. It's It's just ridiculous. So, um, yeah, this year. You know, this is a tough one because I am a firm believer that Uber and lift both deliberately structured their business in the way they did the skirt, labor laws. So on one hand, I'm like you guys have something coming to you. On the other hand, I look at this nice say there's going to be a lot of uber and lyft drivers that aren't gonna be able to drive on the platform anymore. They're going to lose that income, and that's gonna hurt way have to be honest about that. It's going to hurt an awful lot of uber and lyft drivers. The remaining ones. Are going to end up coming away, probably with better wages and definitely with better benefits, and and that's kind of that's the trade off that ends up being made here. What I hope that does then is maybe spur some additional competition in the space saying Hey, This is you know, now a service where the prices have come up to where they're competitive or in some cases more expensive than taxis. Hey, let's see if we could generate some real innovation to actually drive those costs down instead of just trying to save on our labor costs by not covering health insurance. Yes, I mean one. I'm not so undecided on this or you know you're not decided on obey. You see both sides of it. I'm pretty firmly in the camp that All of these people need to be classified as employees. If we're going to treat them the way that they do on DH uber left several of these different companies need to be reclassified and need to have payroll taxes and benefits. In my view that is going to drive up costs. It's going Tio make taxis more favorable again, which the uber industry was able to completely skirt all the rules around the taxi industry and just kind of bankrupt them. Granted, there are plenty of taxi problems to begin with. I think the real thing that this drive when we talk about that innovation that would bring down costs again, I think the endgame for all of these guys is getting rid of the drivers entirely, whether their employees or contractors.

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Uber, Lyft must classify drivers as employees: US court

Financial Exchange with Barry Armstrong

01:45 min | 6 hrs ago

Uber, Lyft must classify drivers as employees: US court

"Some bad news for uber and lift on appeals court here in California, said Yeah. You guys are losing this one. And so they need to comply with reclassifying their drivers as employees within 30 days of a formal ruling, which could happen in the next few weeks, so realistically, probably around your end. Yes. So I think a timeline here is important. So back on January, 1st Assembly Bill five became law. That was the one that basically required all of these companies that provide contract type work, such as uber and lift but also a few others to reclassify those workers as employees in May, a lawsuit Filed against Uber lift for not complying in June. There's another injunction to immediately classify them. This went through Superior Court. They lost the lawsuit it back in August. The continued to appeal this and now this ruling basically gives them 30 days like you said from the ruling, which Again could happen in the next couple of weeks. It could take longer, but yeah, you're looking at year end for uber lived. I can't imagine this was a massive surprise. I think they held hopes that they would win on appeal. But I can't imagine as a huge surprise. I think it all comes down to proposition 22, which is a ballot initiative that's being voted on on Election day. And that to me is the big chance that uber left still have here. There hasn't been. I haven't able to find a ton of polling, but there is pulling done by. I think it was UC Davis back in September, it found that 39% of voters supported the ballot measure, which would keep Uber contractors as contractors. 36% were opposed. A full quarter of people were undecided on this one.

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Forget Barrel-Aged Whiskey: This Company Whips Up Instant Aged Spirits in the Lab

Business Wars Daily

04:12 min | 15 hrs ago

Forget Barrel-Aged Whiskey: This Company Whips Up Instant Aged Spirits in the Lab

"This is a little test. If you're a fan of craft of things that require years of patients to pay off, say a Christmas tree farm, a newly designed luxury car or an eighty year. Old Scotch time is a worthwhile investment to you on the other hand. If speed matters more to you than craft, you may see years invested in, say those Christmas trees as so much wasted time. It's much faster to make an artificial tree after all and you can still hang lights on them but what if you could have convenience and craft at the same time? Seems impossible doesn't well, not anymore at least for one particular beverage, scientific innovation has come to whiskey. There's nothing about whisky that's new. The date of its invention is a little fuzzy but historians say may have existed as long ago as fourteen hundred ad or maybe even further back than that today, the longer it ages the more expensive it is and two connoisseurs typically the better it tastes but not to the founders of silicon. Valley's bespoke in spirits, Stu Aaron, and Martin. JANACEK say they've come up with a laboratory process for making whisky and only a few days if they took my made quiz being the second group, they call the years it takes to age say mark antiquated and wasteful. bespoke spirits doesn't call itself a distillery. Rather the company is Spirits Tech Company intended to help other distillers, grocery chains and celebrities create custom spirits that can move like lightning from lab to store shelves. The name speaks to its intent bespoke means custom-made. The startup uses the lab to bring the barrel to the spirits rather than the other way around in other words, it's using material science massive amounts of data analysis to. Create spirits according to Forbes rather than putting spirits into oak barrels. The company places selected tiny pieces of wood in precise combinations in a kettle with spirits in char- heat and churn or apply again with scientific precision to mimic the aging process much much faster. The company claims they can create seventeen thousand different flavor combinations in three to five days. Most whisky is aged in barrels for about five years according to CNN. So far spoken has made whisky Tequila Rum and brandy mostly for other companies but they also do sell spirits to consumer specifically a line of different whiskies from classic Bourbons to one made with Ron Whiskey of course, the biggest obstacle, any food or drink made in a lab faces scepticism about and quality when it comes to that question bespoke in his taken home about two dozen awards from spirits tasting events since they launched early this year, that's the social proof. They think they need to grow the rest of the business, not just custom blending new products behind the scenes, but also helping distilleries rescue batches of expired beer or spirits from distributors that aren't quite right which seems. To be a good foundation for a promising business, still it's hard to grow a whole new category of anything without enough money. Early, this month, the small business one, two point six, million dollars in seed funding from hall of fame, Baseball Star Derek jeter, and Silicon Valley scientists TJ Rodgers purists may turn up their noses at spoken in America. Popular rival maker's mark is not only one of the oldest whiskey brands. Its history is at selling point founder bill. Samuel senior bought a distillery in Loretto Kentucky in nineteen, fifty three but that distillery began making whisky as far back as the early eighteen hundreds. Maker's marks message today is still it's one bottle at a time every time. And an oppression bit of copy anticipating the changes coming to the Industry today they also say it's been a widely held belief around here that character isn't made by machine. Ouch. Regardless of an expected war between purists and innovators, the time may turn out to be just right for bespoke in the pandemic is spiking demand for spirits but trade wars are making them more expensive to import according to CNN. And when you can't import easily making new spirits here, bottles that can get to the shelf in the blink of an eye could fill a growing demand. and to that investors like, Derek. JETER may well say, cheers.

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Mute Button Takes Center Stage in Debate

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

01:24 min | 18 hrs ago

Mute Button Takes Center Stage in Debate

"And final presidential debate of wrapped up and deadly CBS reporter Steve Burns followed it from beginning to end and joins us Live for wrap up evening, Steve They leave on certainly, and more civilized affair than what we saw. With that first debate. The all important mute button I don't think became much of a factor is disagreement was expressed Maurin laughs. I rolls shaking of the head rather than interruptions between the two candidates. Topics and the lines of attack were mostly familiar. If you've been watching these two on the pandemic, President Trump's that a vaccine is weeks away, but then said he couldn't guarantee that On DH said people are learning to live with the virus. Former vice President Biden countered that saying people are learning to died with the virus and blame the president's ineptitude. For the need to shut down the country race relations and other flash point in the debate, the president teed up in attack involving Biden's 1994 crime bill, and the president called himself the least racist person in the room. Biden said parts of that 1994 bill were a mistake and mentioned President Trump's words at the last debate involving the proud boys, saying the president's dog whistle is as big as a foghorn. So definitely a wide ranging debate. I'd say night and day from the first in terms of control and substance, And now we have the finish line in sight for this race just 11 days until Election Day, leave on.

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Epstein ex Maxwell denied getting Prince Andrew sex partners

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 19 hrs ago

Epstein ex Maxwell denied getting Prince Andrew sex partners

"The former girlfriend of Jeffrey Epstein denied knowing anything about alleged sexual misconduct with underage girls calling the accusations lies in a twenty sixteen deposition Elaine Maxwell was deposed in twenty sixteen denying allegations she introduced Britain's prince Andrew to underage girls accuser Virginia Jeffrey has accused Jeffrey Epstein of arranging for her to have sexual encounters with numerous influential men and allege that Maxwell recruited girls and schedule those encounters the deposition has just been made public and even though names were blacked out slate has reported it could decide first some of the redactions involving prince Andrew and former president Bill Clinton who had flown on Epstein's private planes Maxwell has pleaded not guilty to recruiting girls Epstein died last year in prison hi Jackie Quinn

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Philadelphia Eagles beat New York Giants, analysis

Sports Talk with Bobby Hebert and Kristian Garic

00:51 sec | 21 hrs ago

Philadelphia Eagles beat New York Giants, analysis

"Seven. Nothing Eagles on top of the New York football giants of the Giants are gonna get the football back in good field position. I think that was the Michigan product, Jabrill Peppers, who blitz and then ended up taking down Carson once they're given a second. Look right here. Yeah, it was your bill Peppers so giant probably get the ball back here Unless there's something just goes terribly wrong right at midfield in the highly anticipated NFC East showdown between a one in five New York giants of the 1.1, Philadelphia Eagles Eagle seven giants, Nothing that is a high booming kick, but then it bounce peppers has it. He's taken down. Right at the Eagles 40 yard line, so 40 yards to score. You would think the Giants could put this

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The $20 billion missing from this economy

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:48 min | 1 d ago

The $20 billion missing from this economy

"Los Angeles I'm Carl Rozelle Thursday I believe the twenty second of October has always to have you along everybody. We're going to start today with a story about something in this economy that is not there that isn't happening and what that means. We're going to set it up by noting that seven hundred, Eighty, seven, thousand people lost their jobs last week and made first time claims for unemployment benefits less than the week. Prior, it should be said, and also that the Labor Department adjusted downward is numbers for the previous couple of weeks. And that's good. It really is but the number of people on government assistance because they have lost their jobs is still stratospheric. Lee High millions of them are running out of benefits and as you know, those extra six, hundred dollars a week went away in August. And that to get back to the thing that's missing is sucking billions of dollars out of this economy compared to earlier in the pandemic how many billions? Marketplace's Mitchell Hartman gets the lead story today. The answer is. Twenty billion dollars a week. That's how much is not getting into out of work Americans, pockets since a bunch of federal assistance programs for the unemployed started running out in midsummer Andrew Statler at the Century Foundation says based on Treasury data, they were getting twenty six, billion a week that as come crashing down to just six billion dollars, it's much less support to. Families and to the economy than we had six hundred a week in federal pandemic payments expired at the end of July the President's partial replacement program ran out of money last month also folks laid off back in March and April are now running out of their twenty six weeks of state jobless benefits some but not all are getting a thirteen week federal extension. Unemployment benefits now average three twenty a week across the country. It's even less for gig workers on pandemic on employment assistance and that has made a huge dent in the purchasing power of households suffering unemployment says Mark Hamrick. Dot Com, they are really having to scrape to get by these days just for basic needs such as pay for shelter, pay the bills to put food on the table and forget about luxuries. That's exactly what Brooke Wetzel has seen play out in her florist business in La when the economy started to open up late spring sales picked up but since August things have gotten pretty slow people might have that you know extra fifty to seventy five dollars per fire arrangement. So woetzel's working part time now spending the. Rest with her homeschooling kids I'm Mitchell Hartman for

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She spent a night in the ER with COVID-19. She’s still running the Washington DC Marine Corps Marathon

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:50 min | 1 d ago

She spent a night in the ER with COVID-19. She’s still running the Washington DC Marine Corps Marathon

"Corps Marathon always has runners who have overcome all kinds of difficulties in this year's race will feature one who's still recovering from the Corona virus. This will be the third year in a row that 35 year old Melissa Sullivan runs the Marine Corps Marathon. I began running room marathon in 2018 to honor a friend who was killed in Afghanistan. Sergeant Bill Care. When the Rays with virtual this year because of the pandemic, it wasn't going to stop the DuPont Circle resident from running, but the pandemic has slowed her down. I Contracted Cove it in August. She has no idea how she got it, but says she was taking all the proper precautions. I was not able to get out of bed for almost a month. Without immediately. Feelings is the vertigo nausea. In fact, she spent one night in the E. R by herself. It was scary going through that experience alone, and thankfully, it was not as bad as it could have been losing a month of training When you're in marathon training makes running a race like this all the more harder in her original goal of setting a new personal Record is out the window now and not just because the virus still impacts her stamina. Two months later, the crowds that typically line the course matter to its those community members in the Marines, that everyone that's there on the streets cheering you on that really make you push through. To the finish. She's also going to run to show that in the end, we can overcome the pandemic in the really harm that it's caused it and it might take longer than you expected. But it's possible to get back to where you were before. Sullivan is back at work now, and she continues to train for the race. She recently donated plasma again, and when she runs this Sunday, the day of the race would have normally run. After all, she's been through thinking about it all has her feeling good again. Who knows? After this? Maybe The antibodies will give you some superpowers or something. One day that you know is you know his hope. John Doman W T O be news.

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Social Media Influenced or Influencers?

The BreakPoint Podcast

04:45 min | 1 d ago

Social Media Influenced or Influencers?

"The highest paid earner on Youtube is not old enough to get a driver's license. In fact, he's nine his name is Ryan. His channel May twenty, six, million dollars last year and fact two of the top three global earners on Youtube are under ten years old. The third highest earner is a six year old Russian girl who brought in eighteen million dollars recently, lawmakers in France passed a bill that contained similar labor protections for child social, media stars as for child actors models while protecting kids is a laudable thing to do. It feels A. Bit Strange calling this new law a win several months ago in a breakpoint commentary, we discussed teenage pop music, Star Name Billy Irish who swept the two thousand twenty grammy awards are concerns about how island had been exploited to make money apply here too when childhoods are directed toward building media, empires, Young Youtube Stars in elementary age social media influencers earn money by broadcasting their lives online and then charging money for ad placements. All of this enabled, of course, by their parents and our society and especially weird but largely unquestioned societal norm is revealed in. All of this, our culture idolizes the concept of agency justifying almost anything by the capacity to act according to One's granted wishes all of our postmodern moral claims about sexuality hinge on agency. If an encounter was consensual, it was okay. If a baby is wanted, then it's really baby if a couple wants to stay married, they should if they don't, they shouldn't no other questions to be asked however does anyone actually believed that a six year old girl who thinks she's just playing at the park with her dad but his actually being broadcast and millions. Of Subscribers Online has agency isn't even possible for her to understand realize that she's the star of kindergarten version of the Truman show of course, not kids have no concept of the dangers that kind of publicity not to mention that kind of money can pose for her personal and relational wellbeing. In fact, we only need check in on Corey Feldman or Britney Spears to see just what should be obvious that people meant to protect. THEM AREN'T French lawmakers concerned about how hard they work as noble was at intention may be the people meant to protect. Children are their parents. Still the problem created here is two pronged on the other side of the camera. That's pointed directly in the faces of celebrity kids are other kids who are obsessively consuming their content and are sold on a wrong idea of what life is ultimately all about even more new netflix documentary reveals just how much the success of social media companies hinges on our loss of agency and the social dilemma. A handful of Silicon Valley engineers and former social media executives describe how successfully algorithms keep users on their sites for as long as. Possible the five videos that pop up in the up next column on Youtube are generated by an algorithm built by people who are trained in human psychology and determine what will interest you. The next video then plays automatically after intending to watch just one, we end up watching dozens and algorithms custom sell videos. Artificial intelligence can even create them writing in medium. John. Bridled scribes the infiltration of bought created videos for children on Youtube botts determine what videos kids are watching, and then create mashups of images, songs, and Buzzword Hashtags in order to keep them. Watching and no amount of gatekeepers or regulators can keep out those with nefarious intent including those who create videos of lovable cartoon characters doing horrifying things the new. York Times covered this dangerous phenomenon a few years ago in a peace with this headline on Youtube kids startling video slipped past filters. One tampered with video featured kids, cartoon character, pepe pig being literally tortured by her dentist. It showed up on Youtube S- front page when users type in just a few basic search terms thankfully youtube caught it and eventually removed it look at the very least. Parents must diligently monitor what their kids are watching online. However, we must diligently push back on those parts of our digital culture that are now going largely unquestioned cultures most powerful, not where it is the loudest. But in what it normalizes screen time worldview messages, the inept concept of consent and yes child celebrity isn't children bear the image of God they exist because he loves them not so that they could fulfill the

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John Gorman Discusses the Use of Opportunity Zones to Address Social Determinants

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

07:29 min | 1 d ago

John Gorman Discusses the Use of Opportunity Zones to Address Social Determinants

"To the healthcare policy podcast on the host. David. Intra Cosso. During this podcast saw discussed efforts to address social determinants of health with John Gorman chairman of the nightingale partners and founder and former Executive Chairman of Gorman Health Group. John Welcome to the program. Thanks David. Great to be here. especially with another native DC guy here most welcome John's by is, of course, posted on the podcast website. Briefly on background, the ongoing covid nineteen pandemic has exposed. The country's failed to adequately address the social determinants of health. Generally defining health access and quality education, economic circumstances, food security, social conditions, and environmental factors. It is estimated that where people live work and socialize determines as much as sixty percent of their health status. Whereas formal medical care accounts for just ten percent. For example concerning. Circumstances forty years of wage stagnation among lower income earners has left forty five percent of working age Americans. With either no health care insurance for insurance without a pocket expenses so high. They avoid sinking care went for example, they developed covid nineteen related symptoms. Healthcare policy makers have slowly begun to take an interest in addressing sto ages as a way to improve health delivery by increasing increasing appropriate utilization and reducing costs. For example, Medicare, advantage plans which enroll more than one third of all Medicare beneficiaries have recently been given regulatory authority to offer Ma benificiary supplemental benefits beyond medical care such as mail deliveries, home modifications, and Personal Care Services. With beginning, discuss, addressing, social determine, specifically use of what are termed opportunities zones. Again. John Gorman. So Jon with that as background. Louis. Begin by asking if you could provide a brief overview of nightingale. Sure David Nangle partners is one of these weird opportunities zone funds that came out of trump's big tax giveaway bill It was actually Cory Booker's program that was designed to encourage investment in real estate and disadvantaged communities and I was sitting on my ass retired last spring and got a notification that the irs had just completely revamped the rags to allow opportunities own capital to be used not just for real estate investment. But also for leases one portly for working capital or for meeting the business requirements of a new company inside one of the nine thousand roughly nine thousand opportunities zones around the country and those opportunities owns David are all. Severely, economically disadvantaged and more importantly medically underserved, and because the irs allowed now opportunities own capital to be used for working capital for meeting business requirements. That's what opened the door to allow us to use opportunities on Capitol to make large scale investments in social determinants of health intervention. So nightingale partners with insurers with health systems with large medical groups to finance design launch, and where necessary execute on our goals to improve. The quality of care for vulnerable populations. In this country, a lot of people like to say and I love it that we packed a Republican billionaire tax shelter in order to improve care for black drought people on that gets me up every morning. Sir Thank you. So this as you noted, this was a provision in the December seventeen tax bill. Specifically page one, hundred, and thirty. This was picked up this previous legislation as you noted, that as you mentioned senator from New Jersey Cory Booker but also the South Carolina African American Republican, the only one Tim Scott. So this is picked up in the tax bill previous legislation and you mentioned the nine thousand. So these are census tracts that meet this low income community criteria wrote and then explain to me. Governors than have to select a discrete number. That could benefit from this. Tax Advantage program is that correct doubts correct and there was a little bit of mischief but some of the governors in the designation of some of those areas and there's been, you know some gamesmanship with this story like you know Chris Christie, the former governor of New Jersey is. Used an opportunity zone fund open up frigging LAUNDROMAT. In Asbury, Park with Bruce, springsteen cats not the kind of stuff that we do. I'm not surprised to hear that I guess the former governor is a is obsessed with. Mr Asbury Park and again just so on. Understand better more clearly, this is the tax advantage here is that by investing the capital gains on your investment, you can avoid paying the. Twenty three percent the capital gains tax and that basically. Sure go ahead, go ahead. Well, basically, the way it works is that if you invest money or capital gains in and opportunities zone and you leave it in for at least ten years, not only is the initial investment completely tax free but then all of the proceeds that you make on that investment are completely tax free. So high net worth individuals. And family offices large corporations the generate large amounts of capital gains love this program, and indeed it opened up about six point two trillion dollars in available capital based on the amount of capital gains that we generate in our economy. So of that amount, David Roughly a hundred billion dollars has been invested thus far into opportunities zones off. The roughly eight months programs operate. And again, the idea is the long leave the money and means completely tax free for ten years out of step seven years you pay are you're eighty five percent excuse but I know that that number surprises me would you say this this this one, hundred, billion, his far more than was estimated when the legislation was passed. No I think it's probably rolling out slower than A lot of folks had hoped and as you can imagine, the vast majority of those deals that have been done thus far has been around real estate and real estate redevelopment certainly in the healthcare sector I think we're still the only firm out here. That's a healthcare focus opportunities on fund it. You know it we've been the only ones to my knowledge. So we're you know we're granted here, but we have yet even break a billion, but we're that's our goal.

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Justice Department Hits Google With Antitrust Lawsuit

Reset

08:12 min | 1 d ago

Justice Department Hits Google With Antitrust Lawsuit

"Few weeks ago we were all on pins and needles expecting a lawsuit from the US federal government against Google and on Tuesday after a fourteen month. Long investigation that lawsuit arrived the US Department. Of Justice and eleven states have filed suit against Google arguing that the company has used unfair practices to preserve its search and search advertising monopoly. Here to break all the details down with me, records Peter Kafka Hey Peter hit Teddy. So how a deal is this is a very big deal. This is the most consequential antitrust action against a big Tech Company that we've seen since nineteen ninety, eight I don't know what you are doing in one thousand, nine, hundred, eight I was actually still falling technology news back. Then that's when that's when the US government sued. And we've gone twenty plus years, and now we've got the government's suing Google and we knew that this was coming for a while right and we talked about on the show with Shrink Afari a few weeks ago we didn't have specifics we didn't exactly know. What the lawsuit was going to allege that Google's done you've spent the morning digging in talking to a bunch of parties reading the suit tell me what the main argument, the US federal government is making. So I'm going to caveat this. This is the beginning of a process that's going to take years, and so the initial complaint from from the US government. Is the initial complaint it is going to change over time through discovery. Okay. people are going to add to this. It's going to be a living document as we say, but the big picture here is is this to start with the US government saying Google has an illegal monopoly and search that it maintains it focuses mostly on the idea of Google paying. Mobile, phone manufacturers like apple like Samsung fees, either directly or indirectly to give it pole position for its for search engine which then makes it search engine dominant, and then it gives it a an unfair advantage in search ads. So it starting with search and adding on search ads in it is mostly focused on the idea of Google spending billions of dollars a year to give itself, prime? Placement. Your phone and yeah and to the average person of sitting here thinking what does this case kind of boil down to it's basically that Not just that Google is too big right but that Google has unfairly made itself. So essential in all of our lives. That's the overall thrust of all the antitrust and all the tech reform conversations we're having, which is all of these tech companies, Google and facebook, and Amazon, and apple are have gotten so big and they're not really restrained by government in any way, and this has been going on for years and decades and someone should should do something about it, and this is really the first. Concrete who've we've seen from the government in sort of the modern Internet era trying to rein in these big tech companies. All right. So I'm guessing Google to not throw them a big hug. What's their response to this Google response is, Hey, we have an awesome search engine. What's your problem with this by the way it's free so we're not harming any consumers with their awesome Search engine by the way when we spend billions of dollars and give that money to apple and Samsung or do people who use our android software for free, they get to deliver awesome phones to you for less money than they would have normally because we're helping to subsidize that what's your problem by the way? The idea of giving people money to get better placement is not. A new idea it happens all the time. When you go to your grocery store, your target or Walmart people have paid to have their products on the shelf or on an end cap they pay different prices depending on where they get placed. This is not a new idea, and by the way we've done all this in the open for years. Yeah. You get the sense that Google. Sees this as an existential threat at all I mean. I. Wonder to what extent This is a financial risk for Google. Stock Market said no big deal Google share prices trading higher than it was Google has faced these kinds of accusations and lawsuits in Europe for years there is definitely a possibility the the US wins a lawsuit and there are structural a reform is made in. Google. was forced to do something drastic like split it's android business from its search business. We're not sure as possible. This could be a way to break it up. Yeah. It's it is possible. There is a wedge here that you could use to break it up. There's also the possibility that. Spends years fighting the DOJ and it gets it takes its eye on the ball and or it doesn't make moves that it would want to make because it's in a lawsuit and it has one upset the government anymore, and this is what people at Microsoft said happened at Microsoft when they were fighting the US government twenty years ago. Microsoft ended up winning that because sort of there was going to break up settlement for for Microsoft and ended up not happening in Microsoft kind of got away with punishment except that Microsoft ended up missing out entirely on the mobile business and there are Microsoft people who say we did that because we we took our eye off the ball and There's an argument that just bringing the lawsuit and just occupying Google. Is Sort of a punishment in and of itself Peter you mentioned your story which talked about the fact that there's a lot of people on both the left and the right who've been calling to break up big tech. He's going after Google. Specifically, you made a great point which is that you had this sort of unlikely alliance between the trump justice department, which is bringing this lawsuit and folks on the Left like Elizabeth Warren who are. Glad. That Google is getting some skirting for the first time in a while. They're very glad and to be clear you know it's not just that it's a left right thing. I mean, the Lisbeth Warren Detests Bill. Burr she calls him a corrupt trump crony who should resign. And then literally, in the next sentence in a statement, they gave to me said and he should go ahead and pursue this lawsuit. And you know it's as basic as as anime enemy is my friend. The slightly more sophisticated argument is we can't wait to work with the DOJ that we love. We need to work with the DOJ we have. We've been waiting to restrain google for a decade or more, and we can't wait on this. It's gotta go. I want to ask about the timing of this. there. have been reports that this was sort of sped out right that there's an election coming up once every possible accomplishment that he can talk about to happen before Election Day. Do you see any evidence that this was rushed at all or what do you make of kind of reporting that? This is politically motivated to at least begin to unfold before Election Day there was a report from the New York Times in particular said. There's dissension within the DOJ career staff wanted to go slower and that bar was moving to make this go faster and he wanted to happen this fall. The intimation is this would be sort of a political action. It's possible. We certainly have seen Donald Trump rail against big tech companies especially in the last couple of weeks, he has to set anything about this suit today and and to be fair this is a little a little abstract I think for people to sorta understand and you know. I'm not a political expert, but it doesn't seem like this is going to move a vote. That said, you know it's Donald Trump era everything's very weird and and it's To ask questions about something like like the timing on this right? I mean. The timing is step back. Though as you mentioned earlier, this is a years long game. You know he trump I get to say he's begun the lawsuit, but obviously, this is not happening. Yeah. A more practical way of thinking about or another another way of thinking about it that folks have suggested to me is this is likely the biggest case in bill bars career and that if he doesn't file it now or at least before. He may not get a chance to file it because Donald Trump may not be president come January. So the rushes for Bill Bar to get this thing through and have his stamp on it. This a lawsuit that is gonNA live for a long time. Right it could live in Abidin Justice Department right and that he wanted to be the one to bring yes it may sir it is very likely to continue a Biden Justice Department and that bill bars looking at this sort of with a historical frame like this will be my contribution to antitrust.

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Hope Vs. Despair

The Indicator from Planet Money

07:48 min | 2 d ago

Hope Vs. Despair

"Everyone Stacey Incarnate Cardiff here. This is indicator from planet money and it has been a while since stacey naive put on our holsters stared across from each other for a good old fashioned gunslinger and shootout. Right we know Cardiff. That these things are very hard on you so try not to make them frequently you know as it or not. I am talking like I'm in a Sergio Leone flick. So because we should always be talking like we're in a Sergio Leone movie. We need the music fistful of dollars, the DOODOO. Of. The US economy is in this very uncertain place right now, there's the election coming up Congress and the White House have not agreed on a new bill to provide aid and stimulus, and the economic indicators are pointing all kinds of different directions. Yes. So based on those indicators is the case for hope stronger or weaker than the case for despair. To end the show station high debate, we take sides and to decide which side we're flipping a coin flip out at the O. K. Corral, Dang right? Heads I. Make the case for hope and Stacey you are despairing and if it's tails, you get to be hopeful. So I'm hoping for hope. It's tails, which means you get to be hopeful I. Spring the despair. Oh, I'm so excited I. I'm excited to be the voice of hope Cardiff. I feel like I feel like there's a part of you. That's excited to be the voice of despair. AM I. Wrong. Little bit a little bit. So yeah US economy after the break the good the bad and the I guess in our case the Smug League own nice. Prepare to rush Garcia prepared to do Rashed it's happening. Support for this podcast and the following message come from. Google, from updating their hours to adding takeout and delivery information. Small businesses around the country are using free google tools to adapt learn how at Google dot com slash grow. Okay folks. I will be arguing the case for pessimism for despair about the US economy stacey is arguing the case for hope. Stacey. You get to draw I. Okay. Cardiff here it is the case for hope the US economy is coming back. Economists are forecasting that the economy rebounded very strongly in the third quarter of this year after a very terrible second quarter the official numbers for the third quarter have not been released yet. They come out next week, but it is possible that the economy was up to eight percent bigger than it was in the second quarter that is just enormous definitely for sure it would be A. Really strong number but let's remember that the third quarter included the month of July when the economy was still running on the stimulus provided by the cares act that was the big government spending bill that provided an extra six hundred dollars a week in unemployment benefits to people who are out of work but those extra benefits expired at the end of July. So the stimulus by now is probably wearing off and also we still have almost seven million more unemployed people in the country. Then back in February before the pandemic started and I'm really worried about them now that they're not getting that extra help. Yes, you are totally Right that the high unemployment rate has been absolutely crushing, but the reason for hope is that Cardiff this very great that you referred to has actually been falling. So remember the worst economic damage from the pandemic was in the early months of March and April since then the unemployment rate has fallen from about fifteen percent where it peaked down to about eight percent as the economy has recovered, that is a huge recovery in a pretty short amount of time. That's true for sure and a hopeful sign but we have to recall that not all unemployment is the same most of the people who've already gotten their jobs back only. Lost those jobs fairly recently, but the number of long-term unemployed people is actually still going up each month. These are people who lost their jobs more than half a year ago and they have not been rehired and the longer they go without a job. The more likely it is that they're gonNA, lose their contacts and lose their skill sets and really struggled to find work again. Later you make some fair points Cardiff and I would respond that if the economy keeps growing though eventually those jobs will come back and there is a really good reason for hope that the economy will, in fact keep growing and that is consumer confidence. In September consumer confidence shot up by the most it has in seventeen years, which means that people in the US are planning to keep spending money because they are optimistic about the economy. For example, the sheriff people who are planning to buy a major appliance like a refrigerator, a stove or something like that is the highest it's been in seven months, and all that spending is going to keep the economy growing. There we go. Cardiff Garcia mic drop I. Think we should just call it right now I have one because consumers can be wrong I. Mean just because you're planning to buy the latest oxo coffeemaker with that sleek. Thermal Carafe does that mean you actually will if suddenly the economy goes bad but I would also point to a big split in precisely what people are spending money on. So specifically, yes people are spending more and more money on goods for the home like furniture and electron ix. But consumers are still not spending much money on services on things like eating at restaurants on traveling, and that's a problem because for example, restaurants and hotels are a huge source of employment for low income workers. So I'm just worried about people who rely on those jobs coming back especially since remember again, those extra benefits for the unemployed already expired. Almost three months ago card. If I think you should go ahead and splurge and buy yourself fancy coffee Raffin. Here's why. So you keep mentioning that the benefits for unemployed workers have expired and that is true but it is also true that not all of the money from those benefits with spent right away. A lot of that money was saved plus people who kept their jobs have also saved more money since the pandemic started because all the business lockdowns meant there were fewer opportunities to spend their money and you know people were maybe hunkering down a little bit too and what this means that a lot of households out. There still have money saved up money that they can start spending in the economy on things like fancy coffee carafe indeed though we also do know that a lot of the unemployed workers have already spent down a lot of their savings according to the J. P. Morgan, Chase Institute the unemployed spent about two thirds of their added savings in August that was the first month after the benefits expired, which means by now their finances could be getting really tightened. So they may have to cut back on some of their spending card. If you've now perfectly set up my final argument in the case for hope hated when I do that. That is policy. It is not too late for the president and Congress to make another deal before the election in order to stimulate the economy, those negotiations are still happening and also the Federal Reserve has been using monetary policy to help boost the economy. For example, low interest rates have given a big boost to the housing market, and historically the housing market has been a good sign of where the rest of the economy is headed and housing market is doing quite well. Yeah I definitely concede. The point about the Fed and the housing market. But the Federal Reserve itself has also said that what would be really useful for the economy is another bill like the cares act from the president and Congress, and all I'm saying to you is if the case for hope relies on politicians striking a deal agreeing on something that might be the most despairing

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What Are SPACs and Should You Invest in Them?

Money For the Rest of Us

05:41 min | 2 d ago

What Are SPACs and Should You Invest in Them?

"Now, why do spags exist? A primary reason is the reverse mergers that occur was back with a publicly traded company purchasing a private company is in some ways simpler and easier way for private companies to become publicly traded compared with doing their own initial public offering. One Reason, the appetite for IPO's varies. There are some times where markets are more receptive to IPO's, and that's when a lot of private companies startup companies want to go public. Other Times not so much with a back. It's already public. and. So it's a way for a private company to become public without having to go through the road shows and much of the paperwork and legal hassle of going public. Another reason is often when a startup goes public doesn't initial public offering they lock up period for existing shareholders. It's not necessarily great press for a newly public company to have its founders selling a lot of their shares. With us back, they have the cash already raised and it's easier for founders and other principles of the private company to be able to liquidate more of their shares in the company. The other thing with initial public offering is often times money is left on the table. The underwriters try to price the initial public offering at ten to fifteen percent discount to the fair value of the company. But what that price is very difficult to determine and oftentimes after the initial public offering in the first few hours the IPO jump significantly in price, which means the private company didn't get that money that was money that was trading in the secondary market. It wasn't money that flowed to that private company is part of that public offering. With specs, there's a negotiated price. So the private company knows what they're getting. They know what the valuation is and so they potentially can get more money. How then do specs work? Well specs also need to raise capital so they do an initial public offering. It's usually combined with one common share plus a warrant or a fraction of a warrant, and what a warrant is gives the holder the right to buy more stock at a fixed price at a later date. It's an incentive for SPAC holders to potentially get more shares of the company wants that target is identified. The initial public offering is help for the back and at least eighty, five percent of the proceeds needs to go into an escrow account for future acquisitions. In practice, it's closer to ninety seven percent of the proceeds with three percent held in reserve for underwriting fees for the initial public offering operating expenses for this back to cover due diligence cost legal accounting et CETERA. Most of the money goes into this escrow account, which is then invested in government bonds. So before the acquisition, it's fairly risk free investment. Most of the time, the specs are issued at A. Price of ten dollars per share. In theory, it should stay about ten dollars per share because it's just an escrow account invested in government bonds and shareholders of this they don't know what the potential acquisition target will be. In practice, we're seeing specs sell for more than the IPO price because holders believe the management team of back is going to identify a very attractive company that will be profitable to the SPAC shareholders. So sometimes, they can bid up the price of this back. For example, that back that pershing square bill ackman's company came out with July is trading about twenty percent above its IPO price. The specs sponsors have a specified period to identify a potential target. Typically it's about two years and if they're not able to identify an acquisition and close an acquisition, then the trust is liquidated and the money in escrow account is return his shareholders. If the back sponsors do identify potential target firm, then they make an announcement, it's called the announcement date. Then the back shareholders are notified that there is a potential acquisition target. At that point that's back sponsors perform additional due diligence negotiate a structure of the acquisition. The SEC has to review the terms of the acquisition because the private company will be made public. And then there's a proxy vote for the shareholders of this back and they are deciding to issues. Whether they approve the acquisition or disprove, they don't want to Spec to go forward with it. The. Second thing that they are voting on whether they wanted to liquidate their shares in this back they have an opportunity to get out at the net asset value of the trust, which is the value held in the escrow account divided by the number of shares. Outstanding. If more than fifty percent of the shareholders approved the acquisition and less than twenty percent of the shareholders vote for liquidation. Then the transaction is approved and the target firm is listed on Stock Exchange. If more than fifty percent, approve it but more than twenty percent want their money back. Then this back is also liquidated.

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Secret Societies

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:33 min | 2 d ago

Secret Societies

"Welcome to kids myths and Mysteries. I'm your host kept crumb today. I'm going to take a look at secret societies. I'll be examining how these societies have affected most major changes in American society how they've taken advantage of what is often referred to as the American go along attitude and high threshold for official misdeeds personality in 2004. George W. Bush was challenged through the election process by John Kerry despite the glaring differences in their politics. They were forever joined-at-the-hip off by a secret society both were and are members of the order of Skull and Bones Bush being a third-generation member father George HW Bush's secret name was Joe Sugg his grandfather Prescott shoulder Bush actually stole for the order one of their prized possessions. Geronimo's skull the Press caught onto the connection and they asked the cap. Dates about the Skull and Bones though as separately their answers were the same. It's a secret from the confines of the Tomb the name of the structure that houses the order that's calling bones may have come precedent Senators judges cabinet secretaries plenty of CIA field agents many of the members have been that tightens of finance and Industry Henry Luce founder of time-life Fortune and natural reviews William Buckley to name just to how are members chosen you might ask the selection procedure for new members hasn't changed since 1832 each year 15 new members are recruited over the past 150 years about 2,600 Yale graduates have been initiated at any given time around five hundred members are active and it's estimated from Fringe sources that about one-quarter of that number are actively working to carry out the objective. Of the order whatever that is, however, many lose interest and stop attending meetings and are referred to as silent dropouts at the beginning of this podcast. I said be examining how secret societies affected the American public aside from the judges and Senators that are members of skull and bones in shaping our laws. If we look back at the 2018 election of George W bush who defeated John Kerry the winner wasn't determined until the following day when Kerry decided not to dispute Bush's win in a Midwestern State of Ohio could carry stepping down have something to do with the fact that George W bush held more clout within the Skull and Bones was the decision an unspoken agreement between the two bones month Wednesday, but the Bohemian Club like the Skull and Bones in some ways yet older and more widespread across the United States there also a secret society job. There is so much speculation about Freemasons influence on American money there with that in mind take a closer. Look at the u.s. One dollar bill with a Jeweler's loupe examined the one on the front to the right of the bill. Now look closer at the top left corner or curve in the design that in cases the one there, you'll see an owl could there be a connection between the owl on the one dollar bill and the giant statue of an owl in the Bohemian clubs meeting place in California

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"bill h" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

06:01 min | 2 months ago

"bill h" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Syria have yes. Please when got onto cars We've gone electric. Of course he has to, of course, they can tell you is looking at me like five visit you. I WANNA go out in some Okay. Well, that's the I WANNA go. I WANNA go out and some shit because Daddy's still Eissa play in the dirt. Okay. That's what I think happened. It was just glance. I didn't catch it. You can say a lot in a glance. You really can. You can say everything one thing I have to make clear we forgot to do something and it was important that we forgot. On the documentary bills I think assistant packs a bag for him. Every time he goes anywhere. It's a humongous bag full of books. Yeah. Because he needs to read all the time looks heaviest. Hooked. So heavy. So Kristen want. Yonsin make bill a bag that says bills book bag. Is it wants to or has he hasn't done it yet. of She just wanted to put out an official invite. That's right and she she's made a few bags for other people over this quarantine. She has molly and Klay Cohen beautiful couple friends of ours. She made molly a beautifully decorated love bag with clay on a Subaru jumping over some dirt. One of her many strong suits is back making. Art In general. Yeah. Definitely and she uses pop pain and it's very cute and she like like to send bill bill's is back much to ask where not asking nearly enough in I. Guess we're asking me assistant right bill doesn't give a shit what bag it's handed to him as long as that things packed to the gills with super dense scientific spreadsheets I don't think he'll care he won't care. You won't even notice he'll get photographed shit her see store will blow. I am worried about his back like I want him to wear a backpack because I'm nervous about this one shoulder bag. So heavy on his body, but he's so mindful I. Imagine he has a whole program where he alternates shoulders to keep them equally strains her ten K. Cam. Worried. Your pretty worried. Aren't you? Very okay. So this is tough. So as we talked about on the SEAN PENN EPISODE You have had to change your profile to sixty. In you know where I'm going I do how old is he? It's look it up. What would you guess? Sixty seven he is sixty four. Okay. Okay. So I don't have to go up very much higher. It's not asking a lot because you already at sixty. Yeah. I'm happy to go to sixty five. Yeah to include bill, of course. There's a Bill Gates type out there. I want that I think we would have heard of them right? Another Bill Gates tight maybe he's just not known yet but will become known in like thirty three or I guess would be one of these other..

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"bill h" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

06:01 min | 2 months ago

"bill h" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Syria I have. Yes. Please when it got onto cars. We've gone electric. Of course he has to, of course, they can tell you is looking at me like five visit you. I WANNA go out in some sh Okay. Well, that's the I wanna go I WANNA go out and some shit because Daddy's still Eissa play in the dirt. Okay. That's what I think happened. It was just glance. You can say a lot in a glance you really can. You can say everything one thing I have to make clear we forgot to do something and it was important that we forgot. On the documentary bills, I think assistant packs a bag for him. Every time he goes anywhere. It's a humongous bag full of books. Yeah. Because he needs to read all the time looks heaviest. Hooked. So heavy. So Kristen Wiig. Yonsin make bill a bag that says bills book bag. Is it wants to or has he hasn't done it yet. of She just wanted to put out an official invite. That's right and she she's made a few bags for other people over this quarantine. Molly and Klay Cohen beautiful couple friends of ours. She made molly a beautifully decorated love bag with clay on a Subaru jumping over some dirt. One of her many strong suits is back making. Art In general. Yeah. Definitely and she uses pop pain and it's very cute and she like like to send bill bill's is back much to ask where not asking nearly enough in I. Guess we're asking me assistant right bill doesn't give a shit what bag it's handed to him as long as that things packed to the gills with super dense scientific spreadsheets I don't think he'll care he won't care you won't even notice he'll get photographed shit her at see store will blow. I am worried about his back like I want him to wear a backpack. Because I'm nervous about this one shoulder bag. So heavy on his body, but he's so mindful I imagine he has a whole program where he alternates shoulders to keep them equally strains her ten K. Cam. Worried your pretty worried. Aren't you? Very okay. So this is tough. So as we talked about on the Sean Penn, episode? You have had to change your profile to sixty. In you know where I'm going I do how old is he? It's look it up. What would you guess sixty seven he is sixty four. Okay. Okay. So I don't have to go up very much higher. It's not asking a lot because you already at sixty. Yeah I'm happy to go to sixty five. Yeah to include bill, of course. There's a Bill Gates type out there. I want that I think we would have heard of them right? Another Bill Gates tight. Maybe he's just not known yet but will become known in like thirty three or I guess would be one of these other..

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"bill h" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

03:11 min | 2 months ago

"bill h" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"The poor countries. We've only made factories just for ourselves and so hopefully in the next week or two will get. Four billion to by those vaccine. So that's my hot topic right now is that even though ninety nine percent of this money should go to help the US if we set aside that one percent from a humanitarian point of view strategic point of view and just southeast point of view of the disease not coming back. That one percent will be phenomenally well spent. Well, let's add national security into their which. People really underestimate how much of this stuff is preventative that causes so much more money down the road if we have to go to war with somebody but these acts of goodwill are hugely instrumental in keeping US safe aren't they and the I'm driving stability in these countries, which is a win win making sure that there's factories outside the US as well as inside the US apps the part that we're missing right now, and that can be done just by setting aside a modest amount of money. Is there any fear of that tack getting exported? Let's say that you could make it in China for ten cents on the dollar will that be a roadblock? Well, actually the factories in India not so much in China. Will be part of this global coalition because they have very high volume factories there, and so the Pharma companies are for the first time allowing something day invented to be made another companies factories and I'm very happy with that cooperation they keep saying to me well, we'll the US fund the procurement and I say, Yeah Yeah we'll take care of that but. This may be our last chance until into sometime next year because the election will get everybody distracted. So this bill, we're going to try our best to get into this this bill. Okay. My last question, and it's totally self serving is I love that the dock starts with you getting arrested for speeding. Do you still let going fast? Yes but not to the same degree I have this Porsche tight can now all you have one it can accelerate like nothing else. So it's a little tempting I. Do you like cars. Do you collect any I'm not an expert like a lot of people in my very first car was a porsche nine lobban. We in our family has. Overly Nice cars but this tight can you know as soon as I get it because I'm very big on climate change it's electric. The Tesla's fantastic car, but this one is kind of a special deal for me. Yeah they're incredible. I've only seen pictures of it, but I'm a host of top gear. So I think I'm going to get to drive it soon and I'm really looking forward to me like adding the porsche racing history racing field the handling if that gets made with what this insane acceleration of Tesla has produced a sign me up I'm in. Yeah. They do a good job on the synthetic sound effects so. It doesn't sound like a Porsche but they make a sound like the Porsche did you keep that first nine eleven because you know those things have skyrocketed in value?.

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"bill h" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

04:35 min | 2 months ago

"bill h" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Oh, my goodness he's already. Know as. The ordinary there but he looks identical to the Ted Talk. You must just have a Sata. It's my Avatar. We are so thrilled I haven't worn a suit in a year and a half they just want you to know I'm done it for you. Yeah. I'm sorry I don't get to see your garage. Well by the way, I want to extend this into a personal friendship. You could see my garage anytime you want. I WANNA memorialize this. Let's I'm going to quickly. Learn. We need a pitcher this. Boy Oh boy oh boy. Okay are you is uncomfortable with praise as most of our guests are in general hopefully. I can take a little bit. I. Think. I'm just GonNa lay it out in this. I've been really having and hauling on how to lay this out just as succinctly as possible we went through everyone we really said Oh, my gosh. Bill. Gates. Who would we want more than that and really there's only there's a two way tie but but you're just marginally ahead of Matt is. That's the only think person. We'd want to talk to as much as you but not even his money. Beat them ow. I hope we haven't planted the seeds of some kind of. Coral rival that's higher expectations. Okay. We watched the documentary I've watched it three times, which is tied with the amount of times. Of Red Titan have you read Titan Char what was your impression you walked away with of Rockefeller? Well, his career was during a time when business rules were pretty ruthless but then once he retires which he actually does at a pretty young age he picks amazing people around. His Foundation and so in the world of philanthropy day are the high bar what they did for schools for Culture for medical research. Fred. It's amazing that you have to always refer back to them in the early days when people would write about global health, they would just say the foundation did this and foundation did that and of course, they met the Rockefeller found nearby..

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"bill h" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

Heartland Radio 2.0

01:47 min | 3 months ago

"bill h" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

"Die Hard to Kevin Hart movie is only on Qube, so you got to pay for that probably not worth. Now won't be. What is quickly? It's something that is going to die very slow death. It looks like it is in the process. Feel like I've seen a lot of big names on it and stuff but really. I think Bill H. macy actually had no not village may see. It was Christoph. Waltz has a show on their. Kevin Hart's Diehard Zt Nope, not me okay. What do you mean I just WanNa? Make sure it was. It was the Iraq giving us a fake s information again. Once Kevin Hart dog even. Though I might be watching this. What are you? GonNa, do. Thought this whole time was a toothbrush. That's. Really Cool. Still sponsor. As of right now. But some bitches! Come on. Those aren't they all like ten shows, too. Yeah, very short of the most dangerous games on there. That's Yeah Oh. Yeah, KRISTOF Surviving the game There's good shows temporary version if you will. But no I promise. That's the Braun. On they're. Knock on pay for it not gonNa Watch it sorry. No I mean let us know I need shows along I. Get that like. Other on your phone. We've done the research watching content in three midday minutes. Big Name Actors. Ain't gonNA work. Now Giveth. Give me at least twenty two minutes. My friends agree next. What Hobby your hobbies did you guys get fully into? That turned out to be giant waste of money. I.

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"bill h" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

Bill Cunningham

03:50 min | 5 months ago

"bill h" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"That he was not going to be going back to jail, he was not gonNA. Be Taken Alive. So you're dealing with a very any and he had a gun and you're dealing with a very. Criminal who is armed and has pledged to you will not be taken alive. And in that context. hey swerved across lanes and struck and killed tire. So, we think and believe firmly. It was a purposeful act. And you know. Will will take it to Jerry and see what they think, but we're very confident. about the facts of this case and what we have can. Media reporting at the time that Terry blankenship. Murdered police officer granny also. Tried to kill himself by by putting a gun up to his head. He he such loser. He wasn't successful in doing so I. Guess he blew off off his face, but it's alive and able to face to face trial. Years, he is, he I was at his arraignment and You know he shot himself under the jaw. I just exited. Front part of his face and that's what happened and You know it the whole. The reason. We know he did that himself is. When he struck high, her body Cam turned on. and. She you know. Frankly laid there dying. And you could hear the gunshot the background from her body Cam. Well hopefully, unlike some COP killers, there'll be a full measure of justice for Terry blankenship that he did not give officer Kaya Grant. Very sad and course you'll be long out of office by the time. This has ever carried out in twenty to thirty years. If this is the normal course of business, what is the average time? A death penalty sentences pending before execution is in at fifteen to thirty years. It is currently. It depends on the makeup of our Supreme Court. and how they processed through these cases. You know they're they're. They're supreme courts in states like in Texas that move them very quickly and they don't mess around with them. But these you know these are most significant cases on the criminal side that we ever deal with and the have a young bright police officer have her life snuffed out because he quote was not going to be taken alive. I mean that's just so it's an obscenity is what it is. Bill is so outrageous that he would do something like this. And we're going to. We're going to go after him as hard as we can. All right, Joe Thank you very much and May Kaya grant rest in peace in her family. Find Peace at some point and. Jodi thank you for coming on the Bill Cunningham show. Thank you, okay, Bill. Thanks so Jodi. Let's continue. Wyoming High School. She was a avid athlete. She participated in soccer. And softball and skateboarding and snowboarding and rock, climbing and swimming and Tai and tennis and basketball. She was offered. Numerous scholarships decided to go to William and Mary Comeback in service to our community. She was murdered. And I pray to God that we have prosecutors in the future that will make sure cases like this. The perpetrators are properly executed. Let's continue with more on Eddie in the rocker next at your own. The reds newsradio seven hundred wwl to be..

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"bill h" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

Bill Cunningham

07:00 min | 5 months ago

"bill h" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"Murder of Taya Grant Police officer. Who was killed? I think allegedly used the term. But I think it actually did transpire involving state of versus Terry blankenship and Joe Dealers. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham. Show in about twenty minutes ago What was announced by you? Well the Hamilton County grand jury returned an indictment against Terry blankenship who If you recall. Bill was involved in a police chase Couple of spring police officers one in particular Chi- grants Thirty three years old but on the four seven or eight years very well respected officer. She was out of her car. They were going to try to deploy stop sticks. There is no traffic at all on to seventy five west in Springdale They didn't even get time. To deploy those stop sticks and blankenship was in the second of the far right lane. He clearly based on officers following him. saw the police vehicles and the police officers out of their cars and swerved across two or three lanes of traffic and struck and killed officer. Grants that indictment today The purpose will killing eventually officer while in. The line of duty is in fact. A death penalty case grain. Jerry return a death penalty indictment against blankenship. And now we start that process but I. It's just my personal opinion bill and I'm sure you're not far from it either The murder of police officer on duty is one despicable acts. Anyone could possibly do and and quite frankly he deserves to die for this. Under under Ohio law the punishment appropriate. The Supreme Court says is appropriate and my office will employees all resources to make sure that KYW's family and the community get some justice. In this case officer kind grant was a student. Wyoming High School graduating in twenty five spent seven years seven months as a police officer and as far as evidence. Normally when there's a traffic incident you don't assume it's a murder because you assume there was some loss of control the vehicle is there. Is there coaching evidence that This murderer Terry blankenship intended to take the death and take the life of a police officer based upon objective evidence. Yeah well this. This case started Clinton County you know by Wilmington and he had broken into his estranged wife's bartender home And confronted her with a gun and pistol whipped. Her boyfriend got back in the car and was texting and say in and made it very clear. that he was not going to be going back to jail he was not gonna be taken alive. So you're dealing with a very any and he had a gun and you're dealing with a very dangerous criminal who is armed and has pledged to you will not be taken alive and in that context Hey swerved across lanes and struck and killed so we think and believe firmly it was a purposeful act and You know will will take it to a jury and see what they think. But we're very confident About the facts of this case and what we have can media reporting at the time that Terry blankenship murdered police officer. Granny also tried to kill himself by by putting a gun up to his head he he such loser. He wasn't successful in doing so. I guess he blew off off his face but it's alive and able to face to face trial years he is he. I was at his arraignment and You know he shot himself under the jaw. I just exited front part of his face. And that's what happened and You know it the whole the reason we know he did. That himself is when he struck high her body. Cam turned on and she. You know frankly laid there dying and you could hear the gunshot the background from her body Cam. Well hopefully unlike some COP killers. There'll be a full measure of justice for Terry blankenship that he did not give officer Kaya Grant. Course you'll be long out of office by the time. This has ever carried out in twenty to thirty years. If this is the normal course of business what is the average time. A death penalty sentences pending before execution is in at fifteen to thirty years. It is currently it. Depends on the makeup of our Supreme Court And how they processed through these cases you know there there are there supreme courts in states like in Texas that move them very quickly and they don't mess around with them But these you know. These are most significant cases on the criminal side that we ever deal with and the have a young bright police officer have her life snuffed out because he quote was not going to be taken alive. I mean that's just so it's an obscenity is what it is. Bill is so outrageous that he would do something. Like this and We're going to. We're going to go after him as hard as we can. All Right Joe. Thank you very much and May Kaya grant rest in peace in her family. Find Peace at some point and Jodi thank you for coming on the Bill Cunningham. Show thank you okay bill. Thanks so Jodi. Let's continue Wyoming High School. She was a avid athlete. She participated in soccer and softball and skateboarding and snowboarding and rock climbing and swimming and Taichi and tennis and basketball. She was offered numerous scholarships decided to go to William and Mary Comeback. In service to our community. She was murdered. And I pray to God that we have prosecutors in the future that will make sure cases like this. The perpetrators are properly executed. Let's continue with more on Eddie in the rocker next at your own. The reds newsradio. Seven hundred wwl to be..

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"bill h" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

Bill Cunningham

07:05 min | 5 months ago

"bill h" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"Co Pay that gives them accessibility to Ford ability and most importantly bill it gives them consistency and predictability. We found the pressure price point for many seniors was about fifty dollars at that point so many them stopped filling their prescriptions stopped. Using the whole prescription was were hoarding were sharing prescriptions, and we can't have them not taking their full dose of insulin, because of these out of control costs by Obama. Did nothing about it. Obviously, they made it worse. We waved Obama Biden. Regulation to do this and very happy to stand there with the private sector yesterday and make this announcement This really comes. On the heels of three consecutive years in which the Medicare part d premiums have declined under president trump that's causation, not coincidence. It's happened because of his leadership, and because as a candidate president trump said I will not touch Medicare social security and the only time he's touched. It isn't a good way to bolster it, and to make sure that it's accessible and affordable for many of our American seniors, including right there in the great state of Ohio and Kellyanne as far as saving money and you having better results and I read the press release yesterday it was hundreds of dollars. Many senior spend on this and thirty dollars. A month is a life line, but it's also means. Means, there's other conditions that will not take place because if seniors take their medicine especially with insulin, it saves Medicare Slash Medicaid. Maybe millions of dollars as far as care for the treatments caused by not taking the insulin correct tech. Exactly right bill you. You hit on something that would be important any day, but it's really important in the shadow of the covid nineteen pandemic. Why because so many of our seniors have foregone elective surgeries have not gone and had an in person doctor's appointment for quite a while that would allow them to also talk about some of these additional conditions, but if you fail to take your insulin and keep that sugar regulated, it does lead to other bigger. Bigger problems God forbid amputations, kidney, failure, other organs being damaged, so this helps to senior to regulate their diabetes but it also helps to avoid more serious health consequences. The second thing I'd mentioned is that during this pandemic was president trump who has expanded Medicare telehealth for seniors so before the pandemic hit you had about twelve thousand seniors or so taking advantage of these telemedicine visits every week. Now we have well into the six figures, and that's something that's president and administrative. PMS want to continue long after the virus is vanquished Kellyanne, Conway on an unrelated issue, but somehow related. I held on Eric Trump the other day to talk about what's happening. The so called blue that. That aren't opening as much as the red states here in Ohio Governor Dewine again tomorrow is GonNa come on two o'clock to talk about more things opening up whether it's Michigan New York state and more information. Come out this morning about about governor. CUOMO, accepting huge campaign donations from those in nursing home who run the Nursing Homes California? The Blue States are reluctant. They're recalcitrant in opening up because there's a fear by some that that's being used to make sure. The economy's in terrible shape in October when November on November third when the president faces the voters, you see an effort by some on the left to maybe make America suffer economically to make Joe Biden more elected. Perhaps not that so much as people are suffering right now, that's precisely why the president wants to reopen the country, and he has given the states the latitude to do that, but as you said quite correctly pointed out bill, many these red state governors, and some of these powder blue. State governors have done so and other ones refused to look at HYPOCR and now caught Liar Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan, she wants. Michiganders stayed home indefinitely. Places of worship have to close to work half the close. The schools are closed. Everything's closed except her ability to audition for Joe Biden's VP and her husband. Calling and looking for a special favor to get his boat in the water. So is and this has happened. That happened is Stephanie Luhan Grisham the governor of New Mexico, also on Joe Biden's long short list. Apparently, she asked not apparently it's reported in New Mexico that she requested a essential jewelry store to open, so she could buy jewelry during the pandemic. So you know what's what's fine for the not for me. Some of these blue state governors and I fear. Fear that they're hurting creating a pandemic within pandemic so that people who are out of work and to their homes longer. We did this last week at the president and the vice president, the first lady and the governor's call. You have a cure worse than the disease bill because you've got increases, mental health challenges and child, abuse and spousal abuse, alcohol, abuse and drug abuse and we're creating. Such economic desperation and physical and emotional isolation for so many Americans, not every not every home is a safe home for a kid. Not every kid can do distance learning quite as well so I think they should listen to their own their own voters and their own residents. Who want he want to go back to work? We want these days to reopen safely. look at what happened in Maryland. You have all these governors were going to file data. We're going to follow the science, except unless there's an eighty six percent and eighty six degrees Sunday. Then everybody's out in the boardwalk laying on top of each other and the beaches. Well lastly I would say that here in Ohio there has not been one grade school, Middle School, high school or College Kid. Not One in the state of Ohio has died covert nineteen, not one and you would think out of one point seven million kids from the from six years old at twenty two. What I of Covid nineteen pandemic, and it hasn't happened there acting as if in Ohio and other states as if there's a pandemic, but nobody's coming to it, and so we're shutting down schools arguing whether it open up colleges August when we've had no deaths in Ohio. In fact in the entire state of Ohio there's been five hundred total ohioans outside of. Of nursing homes that have died since January, which is a death rate of four per one hundred thousand residents, and so it's like trying to kill a housefly with a shotgun in your bedroom. You may kill the housefly, but you're going to take the whole bedroom in the process and I would like governor facts determine their actions and of public policy is based upon flawed modeling. I would say changed the policy, but some want to keep their head down and lastly Governor Cuomo signed legislation granting hospital a nursing home executives immunity from lawsuits related to covert nineteen while taking about a million dollars in lobbing money from healthcare industry group. What do you think about that? I think is thank God first of all that none of the one point. Seven million schoolchildren's to say pass from Kobe, but you raise an important point. I know this is probably on governor. Wind mind as well which is, we have to stop being afraid to go outside to stop being afraid to live with a little bit of risk for high reward, which is to get back to some kind of normalcy, and as we continue to develop the therapeutics and vaccines we at the same time..

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"bill h" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

Bill Cunningham

05:13 min | 5 months ago

"bill h" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"The. Billy Cunningham the great American coming up in about an hour and a half, or so we'll be Kellyanne. Conway from the White House. Also later on standing and Brian busking about giving all the high school grads in the tri-state Area Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana a free graduation cake. A bus can bakery in Hyde Park also later on his. Kevin Jackson the black sphere, but until then you know Cincinnati for many. Many years has been a site beginning with Murray season, good and others, in which the mayor of our city looked after the sitting did not use it as a stepping stone to something else and a couple of days ago David Man. WHO's been mayor? I think on two other occasions in the nineteen eighties and nineties stepped forward and said I'm going to run for mayor, which I think is indicative that. The city might be in trouble. It's like calling Cincinnati out of the hills to come save the city, and once again David Mann welcome to the bill, Cunningham show and Dave. How are you? I'm doing great. How are you? Have you lost your mind because? You and I began in radio and politics. Almost forty years ago and you were the mayor in the eighties correct. What years were you there eighty, one eighty two, and then again when Charlie went to Congress in ninety, one. So I started here in eighty three, so you just concluded one of your terms, and now we are forty years later. Why is David Mann running for mayor? You know. When I when I decided to run for council after the break About seven years ago, I recall calling. Bobby Stern, who was living in California, and as Bobby I'm going to run for council and she said David. You've lost your mind. Yes. I know, but I need help, so she sent me a thousand dollars. So you know it's. It's all about public service, which is kind of what my life is ended up being about. Twenty six years on twenty four years on council two years in Congress for years in the navy and You know I want my life I guess. My life has come to stand for that and I think you're still work to be done and I believe I can still make a contribution. You went to Harvard. What's my might be a problem with that? That's a problem. There must be something if we can peel back the layer and a little bit here David and say if there was a candidate running next year like a David. Man, you would not be running so by implication. Can we assume that you don't see a David Mann tight running next year? Other than you? Well. I'm the only David Mann running next year and I will ask the voters take a look at a me in my experience.

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"bill h" Discussed on Around the Horn

Around the Horn

05:14 min | 10 months ago

"bill h" Discussed on Around the Horn

"Dirty say this. I was hoping for your Frankie. You've never seen a game like chiefs fifty one thirty one. So we're starting their birkir absurdity in this one record set all over the place ace. How'd this happen? Though comes down through many many things as might be the case when a team score forty one st but the focus onto here Texans fourth and inches at the thirteen at twenty one. Nothing they go for but then they don't go for Timeout Bill. O'Brien thinks it over and it's a feel and in this fake punt stuff by Sorensen Sorensen. who was a heat seeking missile? All Game National Panel. I'm GonNa ask you how this happened. George I'm going to start with you. How did Casey do this? How did Houston Lois Tony? There's two answers here. There's a micro and macro. Let's start with the micro. The micro is bill. Brian got his own head. As you saw. Are there in that field goal attempt. He should have challenged the spot. I thought that was actually a first down or at least worth challenging in that particular instance and then he decided. Okay forget it. We couldn't get the playoff kick the field goal and then on the flip side because he felt like maybe he needed touchdowns to win. He got his own head and went with that fake punt. And there's a difference to me Tony. I like like aggressive. But there's a difference between aggressive and reckless. And that's what happened with bill. O'Brien the big picture. The macro look man. The Texans were minus a seven point differential all season long the Kansas City chiefs were plus one forty three. They were the better team. It was only a matter of time. They left way too much time for them to make that comeback one of the best offenses we've ever been blackstone. How did you see it well? Part of this was a huge choke of course by that team that you were talking about George. They got out scored fifty one to seven at the end of the day. The chiefs were that much better and we knew that going into the game but this was very very sloppy football. It was very very lucky for the chiefs that they were playing who they were playing because those guys were not able to capitalize on anything and you can see it just started to fall apart and especially in the second half Hopkins was out. There Hobbled Watson just really couldn't do anything of the defense of the Kansas City chiefs that we talked about earlier in the year being a very good defense and they kind of taken the middle of the season was back to being a very good defense. And and that's really hard. takeout that special teams touchdown and then the six yard drive that Houston had a Frank Guy Solo. Are you going to get on bill. O'Brien here you know what I don't have a problem with him. Kicking the field goal there that puts you up twenty four nothing but I do agree with George faking the punt. They're made no sense. And then the play where they where. They fumbled the kickoff. We've seen the Patriots to Tennessee. Did on Saturday night give yourself up there. What are you trying to gain by running into the tackles coming? The only bad thing that can happen. Is You fumbling the ball. Well that's what happened but Houston's defense was awful. How many times do we see? Jj Watt Huffing and puffing to me that symbolized the entire game. Patrick Mahomes is too good. Those receivers are to pass and Chelsea's all over the field. C without offense was going to score. They were going to lose that game and Jackie Mack. Well you can say that frank but when you're up twenty four to nothing you should think you can win the game. And that was the problem. They didn't believe they could win. The game otherwise they wouldn't have gone for that fake punt. I think that was part of the thinking. But in all my years of watching football playoff games I can never remember a team that looked so discouraged the way the Houston Texans. Texans did it was. It was in fathomable to me like. Where were you veterans? Where was your coach? Remember now the Kansas City chiefs in the same game. Were Down Twenty four to nothing did they. It looks like that. No they didn't so to me. This was a classic case of game. Where one team? When adversity struck hung in there did what they need to do to come back in the game and when adversity struck for the other team collapsed? Colgan Jack Western. US and Kevin. You brought up Bill O'Brien before we sat down on his body language even at the podium after the game you've been vocal about chiefs offensive coordinator Eric. B enemy being passed over for job. Can anybody see a world where the Texans would make a coaching change K. You could start itself there. Well you know Bill O'Brien's been there for a while and this is another time that this team seems to have let down in a particular game. The only problem is is that this is the fourth time they've won the AFC south. I believe they got a winning record down there the one year that things kind of really fell apart was Shawn Watson was hurt and then you look around the list right now. Coaches are out there and you say who am I going to bring in right now to turn on this team around so you give him another year but I would say each scored thirty one points on the road and got blown out. That's actually hard it to do to me. It's more of a defensive issue but once again let's be fair. Kansas City offensively is one of the greatest offensive teams. Were ever going to see in the sport. What the chiefs? It did and what they could do the Baltimore. Ravens could not do. Let's talk.

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"bill h" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

10:31 min | 11 months ago

"bill h" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"I have a feeling cat is gonNA come up in our own. Mba discussion one way or another. So let's do that trade aiden and first team all NBA thirty. You'll layup of our time. This well Davis has to be center. So this is everything flows from this. You Cheat and put Anthony Davis cheat so then it's hard to jams Yonus Davis that's it and those are the best five players in the league this year and CEAC six so I I have two versions of my MBA teams. One of them is the cheat and put Davis at Center version. which which honestly bill? I'm going to tell you you know I'm normally like bend. The rules rules as much as possible and now he really doesn't play doesn't really play center for more than ten minutes a game. If that some games he plays almost none and it feels like an aggressive personal personal choice. That he has made in the Lakers had to build their roster this way because he made the choice actively I do not WanNa play center. So when he went penalize is when it comes down to nut cutting time after actually vote. I'm going to think really hard about. Do I want to cheat and put him at center because he has had it first team all NBA season or because if he's not the center if he's a forward he's on the second team Agri but there's just Lebron any honest have been better. WHO's all right? So let's say he's not so what would you sliding doors. We'll go both ways. So if he's not the center then who's your center in beat. Yeah I really wanted to put Bam in there and I just. I can't can't Dan stupid. I've found in this happened. The past right. Just Kinda WanNa do something. And it's not the right to centers. I felt that playing well. They're twenty eight. Did the two centres felt that away about when I started listening to centers like home have wouldn't be cool. Sneak Bam onto thirteen or sneaks a bonus onto third team. NBA Bonus. You can't you can't quite do it. Thirteen F Afri Benza. Game Bonus Joel embiid having by his standards just an okay offensive season is too many turnovers. Still Awesome defensively. He is is when he's engaged. He is the best defensive player in the League. He is an absolute soul crushing monster. And when you look at cleaning the glass and they tell you where teams shoot from when so and so players on the court Joel. EMBIID almost broke that website because the shots shots at the rim against the sixers fall so far down that it just says ninety nine th percentile because just can't go any higher than how far drops with have added new percents by the way same thing with threes. Like all you get when Joel embiid is on the floor. Is mid range shot. That's it the guy is an absolute monster defensively supply and that's why he has to be the first thing. You don't put Davis if you put. If you put Davis first team that embiid become second team and third team center becomes very interesting debate it's a tribute to embiid and it's also a great insult to embiid. That were so agonized about whether he should be the first team all NBA center when he's talented. And when even I don't think anybody feels like he's having an awesome season least of all him he seems to be going through some sort of existential crisis having fun anymore or as weird heard stuff going on I. I've heard this in in the weird whisper circles. There's like a lot of what's going on with him why's he so unhappy I will say this. He's the Celtics Kryptonite. And I. I think that's the one team. The Celtics can't beat new player of the Celtics are going to be really really good when they get smart back. I don't even necessarily think they have to make a trade unless they improve the wanamaker spot. Because it's it's amazing to me. How many clutch minutes he's played? I'm not sure they can be philly. It's the matchups just bad for them. The length size and the fact that anything at the Rim and beads just gonNA swallow up and and he was so good in that game last week in Boston. Like Kimba has had real problems against the clippers. Did the same thing. They blocked seven shots at the rim with him the the teams that can really protect the rim. He does struggle a bit because he's not a big guys like five five eleven. I'm I'm five. Eleven and three quarters. Income is not as tall. Yeah so you can kind of stop them make Charissa special. He'd go to the Rim and he do is weird Kyrie and he would make the shot. Anyway Philly's got a lot of problems right now. They have a Lotta the issues to sort out but one issue they don't have is embiid drops back and protects the Rim Josh. Richardson and Ben. Simmons Chase Point Guards over screens. That's a problem like the good like if you're Kemba in Joel Embiid Josh. Richardson Sandwich. Whatever space you think you have Josh? Richardson's arms are coming from behind you and embeds leads arms are coming towards you like good luck. That's not I mean. He had a good game in that game too. But like just you know they. Simmons has shown a knack for being like truly great defensively in big moments but he will actually make superstar plays he did that. A couple of Saturday's toback games that he clinched stealing Luke Dion Sanders. The throw the ball the floor is it. Is it hyperbole. I know you're anti you're GONNA say yes. Are you pro hyperbole. I'm just I'm hoping this says hyperbole is what I'm saying is the ceiling of the sixers team. Defensively that's it the highest we've had since those Pistons mid-2000s teams. I don't think that's I. I picked the sixers to make the finals in part because I think defensively they are going to get themselves into some nate. I don't know what they'll do against Milwaukee. That's the Christmas game. I'm looking forward board to most by the way more than yeah 'cause we we did For Book Basketball we did a Pistons Laker game from for and what they had with the walls on others again prince those three forwards basically I mean it was like I was just like. Oh my God I totally forgot like if you're Slava Medvedenko Banco you're not scoring if it's it just just not put sneakers on I'll tell Ya. Every clipper sons last night. It's only the sons but every clippers burs game where they have everybody gets feature a four to five minutes stretch where they decide. Were Beverly Colli. Yeah heartless and George decide. We're gone all out and you're like I just arms like I'm sitting there on press row. I'm right in the middle. The First Section. I'm just like I can't really see the game. I just see a bunch of arms like flying around when I hear Pat Beverley screaming and that's all I hear a noise more than basketball just annoys. We should've put harkness on the surprise team because and I'm not surprised by because he's been in big games but you know they'll flip him for a dollar just seemed like the logical trade. I wouldn't trade harkness and I don't know what I'm getting with. I don't know if I can get somebody who can stay healthy for two and a half months in the playoffs. So let's take Davis at center yet. Let's go from there because that's what you did so we'll go from there. What your second thing? I do hate cheating eating. I am with you like I'm GonNa Cheat a little bit on the second team in both iterations of it. So you tell someone say Donncha guard is cheating because shooting but I don't I don't feel starting artist. Lineup has finished Smith at two. Big is dodgers. I'm like I'm allowed and dance by the way I checked with the League. Dodgers is almost certainly going to be eligible. Add Guard and forward as we'll Ben Simmons and Jimmy Ed Butler so we're fine with that all right. So second team with Davis at center becomes pretty easy for me yes agreed embiid embiid Cya Bam cameras gotta be one of the two because of the I think not having a good season but the leadership degree because I cheated but tell me or other disagree on camera. Yeah because I cheated your to art so your second team guards are Kemba and who Bradley beal. I'm breaking all by God I'm breaking one of my roles is don't take a guy team. I'm so impressed by him. I'm so impressed that that team has an identity. They were going to be one of the three worst teams in the league. They run everything through him. He makes other guys better care that they're way worse when he's on the floor I don't because I think that's that is a little bit misleading. Because he's playing against can only what I'm watching. He's he's playing. He's the best starter in a lineup. That right now includes. Yawn may hit me and I just think they're going to other starters team and broken down Thomas and it's like houses team scoring one hundred fifty points so this will be very interesting to end of the year because the taking players from a team against is going to become an issue because there are a lot of guards and a couple of fords that are going to qualify in that. But I do think it's important to note their degrees of the wizards right now as we're recording this are eight and seventeen with a minus minus four point differential. The Atlanta Hawks with another guard candidate trae young. He's saying there's still. This is what I'm saying. They're six and twenty two to with the minus ten point differential in some of those that are saying las totally different degrees of tonight agree with trae young will not enjoy. It will not make my ballot as of right right now. Should not because the hawks are just too bad. So the case before the before the rip city blog writes another anti-semites piece for the blazers fans. Here's here's why I bill over Lillard. I feel like bill has maximize the potential of this horrible Washington roster right the eight and seventeen is a miracle that that team should be like three in thirty Portland is actually there are eleven and sixteen. That's kind of crazy. I know they've had some injuries. But a lot of injuries Sir Carmelo anthony and he's already seventeen points a game for them. I know but they have mccollum. Can I tell you my second team guards were. Yeah so this says again. The Davis Center scenario. So we all agree. Yeah Hawaii people are going to throw the load management thing. He's probably only going to play sixty games. That's fine for all. NBA Second team now if it came down to first team versus second team then you might use that as evidence to knock on the second team but second team can you hold that second yes people can go off if they don't Nicky's coli is the finals. Mvp He is the best player in the League in a playoff series until somebody beats him he might be the best player in the League. If my life depended on one game I would probably pick him by rule. He can't drop lower than second team. Okay this is just a rule. Can't can't be like oh I'm with you saying you. I'm just saying for the people out there. This is what he gets. This is the big piece of chicken at the table and dad comes home and he gets the first choice quiet in this way. When did families in Chris Rock joke? That's just lingered on for twenty. Anyone did your family..

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"bill h" Discussed on Nickel Package

Nickel Package

13:22 min | 11 months ago

"bill h" Discussed on Nickel Package

"Know that if you can't throw you can still produce on the ground I'm not sure if this is the case now but going into that giving us a forty niners the ravens had three of the top five runners in the league in terms of yards per carry with Lamar Mark Ingram and Gusts Edwards. So you know what what they're doing on the ground is unbelievable and if if a team like the forty niners can't stop them on the ground like if Lamar Still GonNa get sixteen carries. Here's one hundred one yards and a touchdown versus the forty niners. And they have you know zillion first round picks on defense or making go make Aaron. Donald look like just an ordinary right from the pack. Were in that game against the rams where he has one of the worst games of his career against that team. You know it's it's really scary to think about. Not only what this team can the rest of the season but what they can do in the future because I mean you got to think about it. I receiver they've Hollywood Hollywood Brown who he. He's kind of in and out the lineup but he's dynamic player and outside of that in the passing game they're just kind of relying on tight ends in. Got Guys like Steph Roberts in Willie snead needs you know they have at least personnel wise. A lot of room to get better so you know I. I thought that game was just I. It was fascinating to see a team. Still be able to move the ball and still there'll be other play productive football in a situation where the throwing wasn't always there for them and you know I. It was a mix between the weather. And Lamar was perfect on the ball on that game. Either but you know I think the fact that he doesn't need to be perfect to still being extremely valuable player for the issues. Like that's gotTa be Kinda scary to watch it if you're the rest of the AFC not that was just about perfect defensive game against them are honestly. That's that's probably the best sort of defensive performance you'll get against the Ravens is what you saw partially their offense just didn't execute enough also. It was Jimmy was trying to throw interceptions all over the place and they were also plagued by the same issues with the rain and they also ran. The ball with great successes are really close football the game but I think a couple of things struck me about watching from watching this niners defense against that Ravens run game game. Once it became clear to the past wasn't there I joked about how the options were faking out. The niners linebackers. Ah joked about criticizing them. Even though I was full on every play but it was funny. Charles's even went so there were just many plays where you would see the Fred Fred Warner whoever bite on whether it was Ingraham Edwards on an option play and then Lamar would scoot around the edge but even when they read read him correctly. He's still to the Hass. That's what's so crazy about watching him like we talk about the use of motion and the deception and the optionality on that but even when it's not there even when you know he's GonNa run he will still beat. You WanNa say beat you too. It's not like it used to rip off a huge run because it's the ravens they're gonNA play four downs. God bless them like they're just he's GonNa he's GonNa get it so I think that that's something that struck me. I thought if they play that game a few more times I do think the niners win some of them if they get a better game out at Jimmy just because at defense really is the best in the League and the other thing that struck me about this game game is how deeply irritating it is that Baltimore has Justin ducker right like always kicker struggling across the League for teams. That actually need them. They alright have the best kicker in the NFL. Twenty three this year and they can use him to ice games when they want to. So that's infuriating so I don't think the bills defense is as good as San Francisco's. I think they're very good. They do play a lot of zone and I think that equips them better against Jackson perhaps in some other teams but I integrate cowboys. Oh Boy Game Charles. They warrant terrific against the run so I wouldn't be surprised and given how good this bill second areas areas. I wouldn't be surprised if we see another similar performance from Amar on this one. Yeah I mean neither would i. And it's gotten to the point where you know if if the the forty niners can't stop the run if rams can't stop the run AO INC coming into those games. Those are two of the better run defense league like if those teams are just GonNa get towards from the ground we might just be at a point where it says. It doesn't really matter how good you run defenses. I E you're probably just just GONNA get smoked regardless because you not only. Do you have to scheme where you have to account for the quarterback where like all eleven players on the field are active participants submits in the run game on offense which is something that really only one team is consistently doing in Baltimore. You have to deal with the fact that they have some really really really talented offensive lineman with Ronnie Stanley's a former first round pick. He's great. We all know Marshall Janda might be a future hall of Famer is the hall if the if the voters get that one right Orlando Brown's developed into one of the best right tackles in the League And he was a third round pick. I mean these guys can just mall your face at the point of attack. Not only are you worrying about. Where is the ball you have? You have these three hundred forty pound guys just coming down your face while you're trying to figure out where the ball is and then before you can even figure out either Ingram slip down the field for ten yards or the Mars going around the corner like this is I think i. I don't know if we have any advanced advanced numbers on this or I'm sure there are buying them but this has got to be one of the best rushing attacks just flat out in the history of the game and when you look at how efficient that they they are on the ground if you just go by pro football pro pro. Football references expected plant models. They're more efficient than about half the leaks passing tax. Which is I mean insane positive by the way as a run just to have a positive rushing? EPA is already bonkers so yeah so so what what they're doing on the ground is crazy and then You know you factor in what Lamar can do as a passer like I. I just don't know if buffalo has the horses to to slow interesting down in you know at at all. He had a great game on Thanksgiving against the cowboys He's coming to zone. But still you know I just don't know no as a whole i. If this is the team that can flow down Lamar McDermott's great offense is a great decent mind for the bills and I think he's one of the best defense. The coaches like flat out and football. But you know I it just comes to a point where this this Baltimore. Offense is such a fine tuned machine that even if they can they can clamp ramp down on the passing game a little bit and make Lamar you know at least control him as a passer. It just might not matter because that runoff fences so good. I think that you're right about the bills defense which is talked about a lot. And they're very good and it was lovely to see our beloved Oliver Start Thriving driving after a slow start this year. I think for it's more likely. Let's put it this way that a team that the ravens will. We'll have a bad day on defense that we'll see more slip-ups from Earl Thomas and Marcus. Peters like what we saw in the ninth game then it is. I think for a defense to stop Lamar altogether right. And if you'd asked me Charles like a month ago I would have said no shot this. This bills offense is terrible but they've come on really strong over the last few weeks and credit where credit's due. Josh Allen has been excellent over the last few weeks Aaron shots on the show a couple of weeks ago posted this through the first five weeks. Josh had a negative twenty twenty four point. Eight percent passing diva which is very bad. Can we seven three thirteen. It's been plus six point seven. It's interesting adding to. I pulled up his numbers miss. I've always felt the COM for him. Was Cam Newton. That's where the potential was there and when you pull up their second season numbers. There's a lot of similarities. There Cam was better over the course of the whole second season. But if you narrow window for Josh to the last month and a half hour so it's very similar and you know I think there's you can put a lot of it on debacle and we'll talk about that a second but he just looks like he's developing As a quarterback he is making better decisions. He's you know a lot of times in the beginning of the season you would. He would play like a really good really great quarter or to be wouldn't put together complete game. And you make these boneheaded mistakes NOCCO through his reads tried to turn over the ball and that's gone he he just. He stopped locking into guys as much. I don't think the deep ball is perfect yet. But we're finally starting to see that line line up a bit. which given his strength would be remarkable? He's holding onto the ball less long. He's making the right pre snap. Read so if you're a bills fan you have to be thrilled with what you've seen the last few weeks. Yeah for sure and I mean that Thanksgiving game was. It was huge because I think it gave at least your casualties football fan. The idea that Josh Allen can play a little bit accurately that was his first nationally televised. Yes if you had only seen that game you probably think Josh Elvis Court cracking right so you know. I think that was big for his national image. But you know he he definitely has improved over the past. You know I think over the last eleven games. I was looking at last night historic thirteen touchdowns to just two interceptions. which is you know? It's pretty impressive. Considering the fact that he was just seen is like this incredibly raw passer. That didn't really know what he was doing. And Yeah I think one thing that you really see improved from him is. The process looks a lot easier for them in terms of playing vote. Because you know even earlier this year You know me and my friend justice. We were laughing about it. Because when I watched Josh Allen play the season we were talking about how now Josh Allen looked like. Every time he caught the pass he caught this. This is not the shotgun snap. He was almost waking up mid play like he would catch the snap and then like falsely for second and then come to and then at that point you know he's already getting sacked or pass but now it's all like there's a process to. I'M GONNA catch. Snap them and get back to my drop by drop. That boss can be out and that's that's a huge improvement over where he was earlier this here and late last year and I like the fact that he's he's kind of cut back on instead of using this. You Know Howitzer for right on me has instead instead of launching the ball seventy yards downfield. He's used to the advantage like in a media game because if if he if his receivers can get a step like like what he's done with John Brown this season or even Dawson knocks the tight end if you times if those guys can get Step he has the Armstrong rifled the ball and to just about any window and that's from a he's wondering about his own game and it's think it's been a big improvement in terms of maximizing the these efficiency on on on these past place so yeah yea I think one of my favorite throws from him. I think I think it was last week when they were playing. The dolphins in the dolphins were in cover too and he hits on Brown like in the honey hole along alongside my and I mean just forty yards across the field on a on a rail And then jump score touchdowns and you know those are the place that that really excite any fan of like no matter what your pre-draft analysis stuff was like. If you can see someone make that throw you WanNa see them. Continue to make that you know I. I hope that sounds I'm good. I'm hoping continue this because one. It'd be nice if we could. Have you know another young quarterback to get excited about as the you know. The old guard kind of moves along longer retires and to you know just anytime you can see somebody with that level of physical ability. You know. It's it's almost the same thing with Lamar you know. You WanNa see these guys maximize his skill. Because it's just they're just a blast to watch like. I don't know anyone who who didn't watch Josh Allen on on Thanksgiving and say you know that was actually pretty entertaining watching. Just rip the ball down the field they can make places flags and you know. It's almost like a over the past month or so. It's like a controlled level of chaos as planning and and it's just a blast to watch. Yeah and I did this. After the game that I thought like Brandon beane had the best offseason at which point a bunch of angry niners fans jumped into my mention but buck for buck. 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"bill h" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

13:55 min | 1 year ago

"bill h" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"What's that star wars character? That everybody HEO charger. elmo annoys me little almost always like out there. Yeah yeah a little too positive. It's a difficult voice to listen to always indicate Elmo fucking what are you drinking. Relax they have a seat. Cookie Monster was just such like big-hearted awesome fucking dude and then also just so zen C is for cookie. Okay that's good enough for me Zana's things that's true. It's just fucking awesome. Yeah if you could be one age for the rest of your life what would you pick physically well if I could be one age just in general this age. Yeah if I could be any age again well what's once you become a parent. It sucks. Kazan Mike is not gonna be alright. We'd take the kid out of their selfish bill limited in my own world. I'd be like nineteen twenty again working at this place corporate software off where where I worked in this I worked in a warehouse. Yeah Logan unloading trucks. Yeah before things really carried any sort of weight still living at home. The stakes weren't that high. Yeah and it was just like everything was still fucking new. INEX- yeah and I'm not saying they like different things become more like that is replaced when you get older and you have kids and like you know watching my daughter learned how to ride a tricycle was was was fucking. You know the Byrd. It was pretty amazing. Beatles were stones. I can't make that decision. Okay and especially. I definitely have to stick up for the Beatles because a lot of people younger people now just like you. You know what happens is when you're as great as they are. Everybody steals from use in the way that people go back and watch it they like it. Just doesn't have the impact. Yeah yeah you got to go back and just immerse yourself into and what was going on when they put those regular out how much they influence and I I just and then what I loved what I love about. The rolling stones is like like they have like that you know with the Beatles who like we're not planning more live shows Were I feel like they had that need in that hunger. Yeah they had to have that rush with that feeling that you're talking about rush from the audience when you're connecting with an audience like that kids it's like a sickness but if applied properly which they did it is Incredibly what I love about watching Keith when he plays a chord and he lifts his shoulders up and he makes that face. It's not that's not an act. It's unaffected affected. You're watching what it makes them feel yet. Totally Buddy Mike got like front row tickets like an eighty nine one. Only time. I saw him on the steel wheels tour and he was so close. And he's just off duty goes Keith was just whacked out on something and then you read. You know. He didn't do. He hasn't done drugs like the seventies you know. Have a drink here or whatever but like it was was just like what you were. Seeing was a guy experiencing euphoria juuling what he loved to do. Totally and what you are doing it was reading. You Know Star magazine in shape right and understand. I saw one of the great things I've ever Keith. Richards as far as his passion he was talking about how much he loved guitar goes. He was talking about opening a guitar case. And that smell. Because that smell he goes he said he just want to crawl in enclosed the lid and it was just like it's like this is just coursing through his totally really so I just anybody like that is like addicted to what they do to that level. It's like Oh my God I got a fucking Bruce springsteen. I felt that way but when I saw him play when I could see the the details of his face and how immersive Gig one time Ireland and this guy you know when these guys just drives people uh-huh and I was just like I was asking who they drove because there was a great story. So Yo he's going like he's like I'll tell you who I drove believe a couple of months ago I drove Bruce Springstreen I when I was gone and I was just like going. Oh my God what was that like. He Goes Oh God love him. He just collapsed into the car. He was in so much pain after the show me. He's almost seventy and he was sitting eh talking about. It's just a terrible. I was fucking pretty good. That was like an Irish Paul McCartney He was talking about the what the guy puts row. Yeah Yeah physically that he got in a car occupied tackle you guys sliding fucking knees. Three hours yeah jumping up on the reunions. There does your hip. She's God God love him. Seen on Steven Steven Tyler's fetal fucked up. Because you know like Gallup and things he doesn't want he would tap for kind of on the side like did just no air and tear and James Brown prince knee and hip replacements. These guys like when those people are fucking you know. That's why they aside from the talent like when they're putting their bodies on the line like that it's just like you can't can't even if you're dumb you feel it and they expect that if you go to a rolling stone show you don't want Mick Jagger. Kansas stand there. He's about that guy is I think he weighs the exact same way he way when he did the Ed Sullivan Show Yeah Sixty Hour. He's the same He never got like that. You know that Dad Baud Yeah. He was hilarious. He became a damn the seventy s and he still doesn't have data. There's no excuse for any anybody else out there. He's been a deadly twelve times over before I know you're not great with compliments. Okay Act well thanks for doing this. And thanks F is for families out now that season four thank you for crushing it for all of these years got season four is going to be coming out. I don't know when early part of next. It's still so fun to do. I love the stories going is. I'm trying to have fun because it'll be sad when we stopped and I know all right. Yeah so one of these stays on my podcast. I gotta I gotTa get you say. Let's do it all right all right you just do it before bedtime right. All Right Eh one. Do that happen well that that happens. Say That happened is strange for us because we listen to him so you listened to him all the time so it must be strange to hear my voice occasionally like interject interject. It's weird I in a way. I'm like shut up like I in my head. I'm like just let them talk to. That's why I don't think I talked as much I see a lot of yeah yeah yeah. That's on Brian. I know I know I do too. I can't it's hard. There's certain crutches that whenever I listen to the show I Gary Cole- in the Office Office. I realized I have certain things that I say. I say the word so allot you do. Yeah Yeah I say yeah well anyway. Something it's not about me. It's not about you pitcher. It's about it's about bill and I will say I think you did a good job of this. Maybe going to sound insulting to. I think I made it as a compliment used. You did a really good job of staying on his way to a large extent because I don't think or foam I'm just fell down and we have a new little description of new studio in the House and in home studio and it's fallen apart so maybe it sounds a little different listeners. But I I think his forte is just talking to him. So it's clear I think he's I think he's a good interview guest. I I think he's good at interviewing people but I think definitely his forte is just being alone. stand-up yeah sometimes bill on bill show. If you're not familiar Miller with he'll just be listening he'll be watching a sports game and it's entertaining. That's the crazy now show is that he talks about certain topics that I have almost. Oh interesting like racecar dry. Yeah racecar drive like Mo.. GP motorcycle racing or yeah or NHL Hockey. There's certain things that are of interest drumming. Yeah even things. I'm not interested in. Yeah I still want to hear him talk about. That's the mark of a truly outstanding person. He is maybe the most entertaining meaning single person that I can think of. He's just has such strong funny opinions. That that's why I think you to stay out of his way. You don't want to interfere too much. You WanNa let him get his his opinions out in the most efficient way possible as interviewer. I think he's very convicted. And because of that it's it's almost not worth engaging on a back and forth. I mean maybe I'm making excuses for myself not being able to also in your defense. It wasn't so much of a dialogue as some of the other yet interviews have been I. I mean that's a nice taste of what his show is about to. It's basically like if you listen back to the show and you mute out every time the yeah pretty much vill show doc you add some hockey and yeah but that's why it's so fun watching listening to neon his wife because she can actually she actually challenges right because she well knows me better than me but also is very smart herself and quick and funny near as real real funny. I never understood or never appreciated did that transactional nature of stand up comedy. I never he talks about that a bit but yeah When he feels it from the on yeah that that it's it's the audience and ideally gets to laugh and gets distracted from their lives but the comedian get so much to do? They get so much validation joy and the way you feel I can imagine I can only imagine when a whole audience full of people are like the laughing so hard they can't roll. My feeling must be unbelievable. I that feeling when it's only a handful of people it's one person it feels so good. I mean attack. I can't imagine way. Also you know Justin Timberlake. Can People like that. Who have who just have control over a whole crowd? Yeah but then you think what is the opposite of that. What if you're alone on stage I think about that? This is why stand up comedy to me is such a crazy thing to do because if you fail at that had it must feel horrible. Well that's why I think bill. BURR got a lifetime's worth of credit. Not just from comedians. But from the people like me fans of comedy for his that rant that he delivered in in that show at shown Philadelphia. It's now infamous. I would famous now. WH- when does it become famous. When does this isn't infamous? When it's like a bad thing guy? Lee Harvey Oswald is. Yeah that's true it's famous now. It's a good thing. It's a good thing. He he goes on a twelve minute rant against Philadelphia because these people have been heckling his fellow. Oh comedians all day and they've just been such a rude volatile audience that he just goes off on them and it is. It's like glorious. That was my introduction action to bill. Burr you want you writing me but that feeling when you are bombing on stage. Oh my God and things aren't going well I I think there always seems to be kind of a dark undercurrent to these brilliant comedic. Mind that that you meet you come across and you ask him about that a little bit you said you ask about the rivalries in the jealousy. Yeah I'm because it must be I. I can imagine how easy to be jealous of someone in that world because if your so desperate for laughs and so afraid of the opposite of that it makes sense that you would see people doing well. It'd be like hi well. And they're so few slots available right success for success like there are so many comedians trying to downplay downplays. That claims. That's not much thing. I'm really into like all these little. Like in fights means God God. I'm really into such a comedy. I was thinking about bills Special about tiger a paper tiger and how some of the things he was saying. Were so incendiary incendiary especially in today's cultural climate like That we're we're it's quite easy to offend and MM He was saying such potentially offensive things but the audience was for the most part as far as much as you could hear until they were all laughing and enjoying it engaged so so it's almost like when you're performing live versus the there are two different arenas that that are being talked about when it comes to that kind of comedy which is like one is the people at home on twitter and social media. who have have their phones at their disposal and they can just say whatever they want versus like the immediate reaction of an audience? And how do you Are there just different playing fields. And and where does that comedy lived. We're should it live well. He says that he's he'd stay off social media. Exactly it's void having read something speaking of the that feeling that feeling when you are on stage and you're just experiencing this like see evaulation. I remember being on the side of the stage my ex. You know what I was going to say. No no no I just thought you were about to be like I can relate. No no no I can't really. I mean the closest I can come is like which I hate is bowing at the end of the play which I fucking hate doing I hate the the bows I remember doing it. Once I was doing playing San Diego and with how Lyndon the great and Donald phaser Donald very tight about such a good but how was eighty five. An old school actor. Great actor was on Barney Miller. He played the lead and Barney. Miller if you remember that for some of our older more seasoned listeners and how director gave me a note he said just in your you. You gotTa work on your your vows to quick and I just wanted to get off the stage. I hated the idea of like..

"bill h" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

11:21 min | 1 year ago

"bill h" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Prepaying or is humans happy sad confused begins today on happy said Confused Bill Skarsgard on villains and playing a villain in it chapter two you. Hey guys I'm Joshua. Talking to another edition of happy sad confused my little. Oh podcast with big time guests like Bill Skarsgard welcome into the show apologies first off if you're devoted listener. Maybe you've noticed wait. Where's the podcast been the last couple of weeks. I pride myself on almost never taking a week off but man it's been busy. I was just in Toronto Toronto Film Festival. My annual trek up north to see twentyish films. I don't know do a ton of interviews for MTV so all that being said a policies for being talked the last couple of weeks. The good news is we're back in a big way with a great young actor bill skarsgard currently peering into kind of two films and a lot more really really great guests super excited for coming up in the next little while. I don't think we'll be taking another week off for a long while so I catch up Toronto Film Festival just wrapped popped up. I saw like I said probably twenty plus movies. Some before the festival during the festival had honestly there was almost nothing. I didn't like there. I I saw a lot of like solid movies. I don't know what if anything like jumped out as a movie that Lake I fell passionately in love with as like the film of the year for me that that being said often those kind of films take a minute to digest for me and maybe coming around the second viewing then I realized how much I love it. I saw I did see parasite. Precise parasites probably my favorite movie of the year thus far that's Bong Jun ho who you may know as the filmmaker of of Snow Piercer and oak his is new film is is I would say actually a masterpiece and it's one of those that the West you know going in the better I also saw knives out which is a blouse asked Ryan Johnson's new ensemble done it is a lighthouse which is this atmospheric crazy black and white film with Robert Pattinson and Willem Defoe. I enjoyed that Gioja Rabbit is white. TD's latest bit of insanity a satire set in World War Two featuring some great performances including some. Tom Knows how to direct kids. I have to say they're fantastic in it for be Ferrari James Mangold. We love him around here. His new film starring in Christian Bale and Matt Damon Bail is very much likely back in the Oscar hunt for this one and joker. which was the hot ticket AT TORONTO? I I saw I very much enjoyed. I it's I mean we're GONNA be time at joker the next few months that's just the reality. It's it's gone some divisive reviews. I am definitely in the PROCAM. Joaquin Phoenix is remarkable in it. the production design the it's just it's a it's. It's certainly Todd Phillips. Most well realized film in terms of from a filmmaking standpoint. It is certainly very much in the key of old time Scorsese for says he it is it is joker film by way of taxi driver. There's no way around it. It is a dark depressing sad movie character study of a guy. Hi that you know is is more Travis Bickel Than Comic Book Character so I'm so I guess what I was. GonNa this. I'm so curious about the all the pieces that are gonNA come but I'm also already weary of be honest but the that's our reality. We're GONNA be talking about joker for a while and I do think Joaquin at the very least is going to be in the awards hunt and and maybe maybe the film itself. I don't know it'll be curious to see how audiences receive it as for the guests today. I WanNa talk a little bit about Bill Skarsgard Bill Skarsgard. You know of course as pennywise. He is career altering performance for him that he landed I think when he was twenty five or twenty six and he played pennywise in the last two it films it an chapter two which is currently in theaters making a gazillion dollars ores such a fascinating unique trajectory for a young actor of saying to him before when he was in here like you don't think of like you know leading men type actors in their twenties getting their breakout roles and something like this joked that this is like Tom. Cruise breaking out with play by I playing Freddie Krueger. It just doesn't happen this way so by because of that though I'm also just fascinated by what bills career is going to be. He's as like a tall good looking dude like his brother Alexander Skarsgard so he can play those kinds of roles but now he's already shown that he can be this weird character type actor with performance penny wise so so for that reason alone. I'm thrilled that he is he was here and we got a chance to chat he. I I met bill as I reminisce with him. In a random like I was on the set of allegiant that kind of forgotten diversion sequel he had a small part in that and to see his his trajectory since then rouge just kind of starting to find his way just a few years back in Hollywood movies and to see where he's at now is is really cool. He's really the actually the real reason he came in as much as it is nice to talk about is his new film villains which is out. September twentieth which I very much enjoyed it got great reviews music played at South by two enthusiastic responses. It's basically a four character story kind of a thriller kind of a Black Comedy Alexander Bill Bill and Maika Monroe play robbers who find themselves in over their heads when they meet another couple who who may be even more dangerous than they are played by Jeffrey Donovan and Curious Sedgwick a fun. We're little Jonah movie. That deserve deserve your love. Villains comes out this Friday. What else dimension Oh of course we were playing as if the Stephen King God's heart God descended upon us during this conversation for some reason some fire alarm went off and there's like a beeping in the background than it was driving me insane but we trudged is through because you never know how long those things are going to go so I apologize. I'll try to edit around but I think it's going to be completely impossible so if you hear a beeping in background suffered through it just like bill and I did. He's a professional. We're all professionals. Let's just let's just get over it. The important thing is the conversation was great and he was delight of. I should mention because I sometimes take for granted with people don't know I mentioned that bill is Alexander skarsgard brother former guests on the a podcast. He's also the son of Stellan skarsgard one of one just one of the great character actors you've seen him in a thousand things from goodwill hunting and hundred October tober. He's just everything it turn noble recently. He's fantastic so when we're talking about his dad. That's who we're talking about okay. That's the preamble. Let's get on to the big show remember to review ratings of scribe too happy sag infused spread the good word and I hope you guys enjoyed this chats with bill percents of we have a chat yeah here. You Got Coffee. You're waking up. Hopefully let me too. I'm I'm a little slow. Have you been you haven't had a crazy press store because it thankfully they kind of keep you behind the scenes yellow bay but it but it's been a have have had nonstop two weeks three premiers and everything so it's the little last night last thing. I do today day. How Nice okay so this first thing of the day. What is the last member contents of the tourists. I fly back tonight and today's as last excellent the finish line inside. I'm a little fried myself. I was just in Toronto for a Film Festival so boys twenty movies in like five days so I'm like I feel like I do bunch of broadcaster as well now podcasts but yeah I did on camera suffer. MTV So I think the last time I saw you was probably a comecon where like we had that sweet. We bring people in yes right so it's the same kind of thing that's my my. Toronto which is basically like Waldo interviews but then I jam movie or to the beginning or the end of the day so what did did you see so I saw. Let's see what I saw knives out which is awesome. Oh cool. He Ron Johnson. I saw parasite the new Bung joon-ho movie. It is unbelievable. It's aggressive but what else what else Joe Joe. Rabbit is crazy but good yeah yeah. There's a lot what are you. Is there. Anything particularly excited for this fall. I'm really curious about the show films such a big cookie fans I saw it. How would you know I liked it. Did I honestly did. That's how fry my brain is the most anticipated films exactly I was. I I will have you now. I asked I I had a stupid silly runner with every interview and I was like clowns are in right now so who's better boyfriend material joker pennywise. How do you think they answered answered bill. I Dunno lost big time yeah. It's not you though it's penny wise. I guess apparently murdering children. Written is turned off or a boyfriend. Yeah have a creepy stalker is probably better to evil yeah this is this is history and the podcast. We've had we've had father daughter. COMBOS. We've had father sons. This is the first brothers you've completed. Did the Alexander Bill duo so thank you for coming on goal man yeah. You only have six more to go I was going to say how many more do I six brothers and the a six hundred seventy. Maybe the next maybe for the next one. I'll just have all six in at the same time a lot of birds with one stone eight. Take my God. You're here for a couple of reasons. I mean it obviously has already made a gazillion dollars so it's that needs a little bit less love but the great new film called Villains Yeah Yeah which I really enjoyed man. Thanks fan so this one this something like it. Give you license licensed to kind of like go off and do because this is not. I wouldn't say a hard sell but it's like an otter kind of film. It's a thriller comedy. Black comedy kind of thing does kind of did this come I soon after the first it or and I I wanna say I was shooting Castlerock Teasha for Hulu which is also inspired by the Stephen King Universe care playing there it was very dark and gloomy and not just tormented emand thing so let me look to something cheery like this version of Cherry came.

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"bill h" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"bill h" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"All i missed while who cares. Our team stinks anyway like i think on this team. I'm going to predict issues better than average from three well. He's gonna have to because him and danny green are going to be the two guys spacing everybody. It's certainly not going to be anyone else on the roster. Good luck good luck. If you think caldwell-pope the pope is going to be draining them from the corner. <hes> are you waking up early tomorrow to watch. Who do we play tomorrow. Don't we played them avi. Some we're playing somebody with a lot of beards beards. In this world champ. I looked forward got forty early morning analysis of of fiba we we got china china attend salt anyone by saying. I wish they had been on our team u._s._a. So insulting. I just i i. I'm just i'm happy. You've gotten over landry. Shamet coming at you on twitter. That was a good moment. I enjoyed landry. Champlain shamet was not going to let you was not going to let you make fun of him. I'd missed that for about two the weeks and somebody told me about it and i went back retroactively and and sought <hes> look landry shamet it would have been great for team u._s._a. I think it helps them. I think he would have have been better off. But what do i do bill simmons. Everybody everyone read the ringer. Everyone listed the bill simmons podcast steve nash is apparently on right now illuminaries across the world world aaron sorkin. Just did one with you and sean fantasy. I can't keep track of the luminaries that are appearing on your podcast. I will see you thank you. I will see you in in los angeles <hes> shortly for n._b._a. Basketball my friend looking forward to thanks for having me. Thank you sir.

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"bill h" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

16:01 min | 1 year ago

"bill h" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"On educating kids now as i understand it. I have two little kids. Things are evolving very quickly. Memorizing dates and stuff is need to to do that. Yeah you don't need to do that and it's just taking up area of your brain that can be dedicated to something creative now my question you is what what are you fearful. We'll get lost in this transfer. The big problem we have now is the phrase that thrown around science education was critical thinking it used to be called reasoning or logic or something critical things fine wind phrase. It means evaluating evidence so if somebody says to you the atomic number of strontium is forty three. That's good. That's thirty eight really close so eighty percent right well anyway. You can look it up and it's probably going to be a a trusted if you looked up the atomic number of technician. I think it's forty three. If it's wrong man no you said forty three thirty eight here all fucked strontium idioms thirty seven obviously different when when you said forty three he's i think it's technicians assumes forty but anyway <hes> we could look it up and it would be right but if somebody says <hes> a woman running for u._s. President it has a child trafficking ring in the basement of a pizza parlor a few blocks from the white house. I hope we can get a future to question that well. I think we need a bipartisan source for all. We have the congressional budget office which is supposed to evaluate things in a bipartisan partisan fashion yeah <hes> do they are so the tech the thing we want to teach young people now is how to evaluate evidence and it's hard right and these are the thing i love the one i love even now i love is the tree octopus so you can look up the tree octopus. It's layer layer after webpage layer about the lumberjacks who did not like the tree octopus because it interfered with their logging in the tree. Octopus lives was in the tree and jumps down on the fish eats them and climbs back up the tree. There's no such thing as a tree octopus but if you go to the internet it sure looks like it and so this is still an excellent exercise for people of all ages just when somebody when you find something on the internet at may not be true. Keep dead in mind so you gotta sorted out odds. Are it's not worth the volume of it. There's probably a higher percentage chance that it's is not well. It depends on what it is if you say who was the forty first prison united states. It's probably not wrong right. Who is the president of mexico of ten years ago. That's probably not wrong president fox yes that's right but if you ask me fox's first name really have to send. It sounds right yeah but we could look it up. He would probably be right but this other information and especially when you have people deliberately trying to mislead people the fossils agencies yeah with the fossil fuel is doing fossil fuel industries doing with climate change. That's hard man. You gotta be good at it. Okay so with our last two well. No i got to ask this. I read it and i just i've. I know you won't enjoy this. Put it has such a comedic angle. You got married in two thousand six not not quite well. You got it in all right. No it wasn't even a marriage because yeah 'cause they're certificate. The paperwork was not properly filled out this. I i won't call it a source for his never married and tell everybody there were six weeks. I was really happy okay. Monica monica needs to know this. I've ever seen the blue angels so what's everybody's favorite the knife edge pass where the two planes very close captain monica and captain jack. We're going to meet airshow centre at closing speed of eight hundred sixty eight miles an hour and they turn on their sides and just miss each other. My the marriage was now your sh. You have a show. <hes> bill nye saves the world. That's on netflix. S. turned up loud. Everyone yes bill nye saves the world on a netflix that came out in two thousand seventeen did twenty-five shows a ha and they're still on the service also have two books <hes> undeniable niable evolution and the science of creation which is <hes>. We just talked about <hes> a bit ago and i'm very proud of it good in this book i take the controversial step of asserting that viruses should be their own domain of life. Ah then unstoppable is how the next generation is going to use science to provide clean water renewable electricity access to the internet for everybody in the whole the world and don't forget the third book everything all at once which is how we have to solve these problems everything all at once okay put my objection to global warming tabet okay. I'm going to be a foil for you. Yes yes trays excite them. All here are a couple of issues with it. I do not on any leveled. Deny that global warming is happening good. Thank you okay. Thank goodness two things. I wrestle with our a as i learned it in my astronomy class. The earth is well known to be on an axis. It's spinning. It's also wobbling. It's wobbling. I believe every forty nine thousand years. Uh twenty twenty-five thousand is that all it is. That's all okay so every twenty five thousand years it completes a wobble and that is the explanation for our many ice ages and i say russian russian. It's part of it for sure. This is the cycle. How would it be part of it. <hes> it's a it's a very complex system <hes> but yes the milankovitch pitch cycles are the real deal great so knowing that the earth warms and cools and we have ice age regression and whatnot we are at the very napier of that wobble. Are we not where it would be getting warmest anyways. No no no the problem is not that the world wasn't once warmer not that it wasn't much colder at one time not that an ancient dinosaur times if they kept clock the way we do the day was only eighteen hours and there were over a thousand parts vermilion of carbon dioxide. That's not the issue. The issue is the rate at which things are changing because this is processed in. We can't shame a._m._c. ports. We can't move our agriculture north. We can't deal with populations being displaced by droughts and floods. That's the problem is the rate. The speed needed which it has to put it in rate terms. The earth used to have rates of point. Oh one degrees celsius as per millennium <hes> well now. We're at point one per decade. <hes> we are ten thousand times faster if i got my digits digits were ten thousand times faster than ever in history with the one exception perhaps of an asteroid impact that would make a very fast climate change. Yes you can get hooked in a hurry and and change things radically so it's the rate. It's the rate okay good so that that's heard accepted apted my next thing. Methane warms the atmosphere at twenty strong twenty three times the rate at carbon dioxide the main culprits. It's for methane production are the everglades swamp. Land trees are emitting methane tiny amounts the b but methods important port will just want to say though that we are hyper focused on carbon but my own issue is methane is far more the culprit. No oh no the reason everybody's focused on carbon. Dioxide dacca is because there's so much more of it methods a very serious problem grant you yes for sure but there's so much more carbon dioxide. It is after water vapor. It is the big driver for keeping the earth warm and making you get warmer but methane that concern turn no question and speaking of everything all at once. We don't want to do one or the other methane or carbon dioxide. We wanna do everything all at once <hes> mhm well. Here's my here's my i want to say and even a broader point that i like to make which is even if you don't believe in global warming. Let's say you don't oh okay. I can accept that you don't believe in it okay. You should still not wanna be relying on a source of fuel that is finite. Why on earth would we be on a finite source of fuel that we know we're going to be out of and we're going to war over and fight over and give money to people we don't want. Who are they that in of itself also we all breathe air. We acknowledge and we want to breed the clean air possible. Why would we not be striving for the technology that keeps our air is clean as possible in the waters cleanest possible these de-politicize de-politicize it just for one second just should we want the best system possible for creating energy and clean water renewable electricity access the internet. These are my rants so so you know we wouldn't have to have a standing army or military on the far side of the world defending oil. If we were producing our electricity electricity domestically for crying out loud who would not live that so what's happened is the fossil fuel industry has been very successful and introducing the the idea that scientific uncertainty plus or minus two percent. Whatever the heck is the same as plus or minus one hundred percent right and it's just it's absolutely wrong with that said all of us have benefited almost inestimably from fossil fuel and and in many parts of it will still well need our ads. We we're gonna want. Plastics finally come up with the corn base. Whatever is there are things. I i still don't know what is going to be the armchair mechanical engineer myself. I don't know how we're going to fly planes without fossil fuels for quite a while so the fuck and fuel will for the one thing. That's probably many decades out from solving so for you engineers out there for those young scientists. If you wanna do something cool address address air transportation so it may be possible to make fuels renewable from genetically modified algae or something like that. It's quite possible muscle. There's a claim that you can have jet flights only two hours long with battery powered aircraft. This is an extraordinary claim. Especially komo heavy batteries yeah right now yeah for example when i was in school. Aeronautics professor said winglets the things on the wingtips of modern airplanes. There are a waste of time because they're too heavy and the the the the you don't get enough benefit from those you don't want those but the materials of wings have changed changed so much that now they are benefit so this is an exciting opportunity for somebody air transportation but we're not gonna just stop. Fossil fuels is this weekend but the opportunities with wind and solar are huge. Yeah pun intended more power to you. Yeah electricity enables us to podcast fast and make toast. The same thing is amazingly versatile so let's go people renewable electricity for for everyone in the world. Let's go get it done..

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"bill h" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"bill h" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Bill H R twenty one fifty seven the supplemental appropriations is asked to build with the Senate amendment two and concur in the Senate amendment. But like last week, a single House, Republican objected, and that was enough to prevent the Bill from winning final congressional approval, Kentucky, congressman Thomas Massie, wouldn't let the Bill pass. It's a speaker this house felt that this was must pass legislation. The speaker this house should have called a vote on this Bill before sending every member of congress on recess for ten days and I've checked his objection came, despite an impassioned plea from house majority leader Steny Hoyer, I urge my friends in this buddy not to object. I urge them to do. So because millions of people millions of people are at risk, and the sooner that we pass this Bill, which we passed in January to the Senate, which we pass on three or four weeks ago need. Needs to be passed as soon as possible for the welfare of our people in this country who had been attacked by natural disasters. Massey drew criticism from his own party. Republican Senator David Purdue of Georgia called his move, quote, Bethesda, and another example of politicians putting their own self interest ahead of the national interest, and Georgia Republican congressman Austin, Scott tweeted, quote, unfortunately, more clowns showed up today to once again delay disaster relief for the states and farmers devastated by the storms of two thousand eighteen another attempt to pass the measure by unanimous. Consent could come Thursday. If that fails passage by roll-call vote is expected next week when the house returns for a normal workweek, the president has said he will sign the Bill, even though it does not include the money. He wanted for the southern border, Jerry bowed lender, Washington. It's now eleven after the our national security adviser, John Bolton is visiting United Arab Emma. Merits amid tensions in the Persian Gulf bulletin says his mission is to discuss important and timely regional security matters in speaking with reporters there, the national security advisor said, there's no reason for a Ron to break the terms of his twenty fifteen nuclear deal others into secret Tomic weapons. He also reiterated his claim that the country's behind recent failed attack on several oil tankers. Correspondent Sierra Crawford in Washington, where coming up on twelve past Trump and Biden trade barbs.

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