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"Floyd had a 98% oxygen level. How could you have been asphyxiated at the hospital with a 98% oxygen woman? That's not intellectually honest. If Sheldon is convicted of his most serious charge, he could be sentenced to 40 years in prison and Kenosha County, Kenosha County investigators have identified the suspected gunman and the bar shooting, which left three people dead over the weekend. Here's W. Jan's Ryan brood. The Kenosha County Sheriff's Department says that arrested 24 year old Rick AOA Landis Vincent He's being held in the Kenosha County jail. He's accused of opening fire at the summer's House Tavern early Sunday morning. Three people were killed. Several others were hurt. Sheriff David Beth will hold a news conference at 1 30 this afternoon to discuss the case. Investigators are still asking anyone with information about the shooting to call the Sheriff's office or Kenosha area. Crime stoppers. Ryan Bro. WGN News Now look at WGN Sports. Here's Kevin Power. Herschel three games stretch against the Predators for the Blackhawks this week. Nashville two points ahead of them. For the final playoff spot in the central Meet Nashville Tonight Chris Boden is pre game is at 6 30. Jonah Troy, with the call at seven Bowls visit the Celtics, winners of six straight early game for the White Sox in Boston Cubs are off. They host the Mets tomorrow and Alex Smith is retiring from the NFL after making an improbable comeback from a broken leg. Smith or an AP comeback Player of the year honors for getting back on the field last season, two years removed from his injury that required 17 surgeries. I'm Kevin Powell double victory in sports. Now look at your forecast from the WGN Chicago Weather Center. Here's meteorologist Paul Conrad. Listen, Scattered rain showers here this afternoon and into tonight, temperatures will top out into the lower fifties across the great majority of Chicago land. Find a few more scattered rain showers will drop down into the mid thirties, a slight chance some snow could mix in there as well. And then a Cold day here For tomorrow we'll see daytime. Harvard is only in the mid upper thirties and along with it a shot at some snow. We could see some slushy accumulating snow, especially South. Temperatures and rainy, snowy conditions here for your Tuesday from the WGN Weather Center. I'm Paul Conrad. Yeah, Currently we have cloudy skies. It's 47 O'Hare, some light rain at midway temperatures in the mid forties there. It's also raining in Aurora and Lansing downtown along Chicago's lakefront. It's right around 50 degrees and cloudy Your money on WGN U. S markets.
Fresh update on "boden" discussed on John Williams
"You're gonna overproduced Then in our winter, you know, just this past winter, we had two Ft of snow dumped on us overnight. You may not be producing as much right then. But it's gonna offset in the summertime when you know when the weather's boom in the White House virtual climate Summit on Earth Day will call on major countries to group Curb greenhouse emissions. And now with WGN sports Here's Dave in it and Good morning, one day after the Cubs lugged six home runs and blasted the Braves 13 before the Braves hit 54 of those in the first inning off Kyle Hendricks. They blasted the Cubs, 13 to 47 rounds off Hendricks in four innings. Anthony Rizzo had a pair of home runs. The cops who have today off the White Sox do not. They play within the hour in Boston Final game of that Syria's, which included a doubleheader yesterday, Sox winning both games 32 and 51 Today, the Patriots Day game in Boston Lucas Giolito starts for the White Sox. If Kopeck throws a perfect game or no hitter in seven innings, that doesn't count right, that zoo least an asterisk. There would be at least a designation that It was a short Has anybody done that yet thrown one of those little league games that were perfect or no hitters. Then we got to figure out where we put that in the record book. No, not so far. But again. This is year. Two of this rule. So we'll see. Probably will happen something they're not going to do this after the pandemic is over, right now, baseball season they're not going to do. I don't know. I don't know. I think you know there's a lot of things that have happened that You would think that they'll go back to the way it used to be. But I don't know. I mean it. Z like if they find things that they think it could be shown, it's keeping pictures healthier and they don't know if you're moving out for 16 inning. Just games that drag on and on and tax your bullpen then maybe it is something they keep around. I'm not a big fan. Let's go back to David. Of the rule. No, I'm not a candidate minute. Thank you, Black hawks or where they hoped they would be playing meaningful games in the stretch run for the playoffs three straight against the team. They're chasing the Nashville Predators beginning tonight in Nashville than the Hawks host the Bread's Wednesday and Friday. Nashville leads the Hawks by two points. The Blackhawks do have a game in hand. Pregame with Chris Boden 6 30 face off in seven here on 7 20, W. GM and the Bulls back on the road tonight to take on the Boston Celtics. Hey, man it WGN sport now, the forecast from the WGN Chicago Weather Center appears meteorologist. Morgan Coke. Mayer. Good morning. Most of us sit in the forties and fifties this morning, and most of us will sit there in the upper forties and low fifties by the afternoon hours as well. We are mainly cloudy and we'll see some scattered showers. Cold front will come through jumper temperature's a bit, and we should climb to the upper forties. Far north this afternoon, Low fifties for Chicago mid to upper fifties very Far south and Southeast. Good 10, degree range and temperatures from north to South this afternoon again about 52 for Chicago. Mainly cloudy with light and scattered showers. West Northwest winds 10 to 15 Gusting to 20 Tonight alot of 36 tomorrow highs in the thirties from the WGN Weather Center. I'm working Coke Meyer. Partly sunny, you know here right now it's 52. They're it's 53 at midway this morning and along the lakefront, it's 47. Some light rain of the two page airport. Some light rain in wheeling as well. And now your money on WGN. Good morning, Steve Alexander. Good morning. Here we go Midway through the first hour of trading. The equity markets are lower. Of all the television is higher. The S and P is down about 21 points a half percent. The Dow's down 170 also a half percent. The NASDAQ is down about 100 of that stat about three quarters of a percent. Russell 2000 is.
Fresh update on "boden" discussed on WGN Programming
"Opened fire riddling the car with bullet 28 year old Gent, a Adam's. Justin's father was also shot and is in stable condition. Or than 1000. People fill the once empty parking lot, which faces the Ellie where 13 year old Adam Toledo was killed, who said, who said they once again demanded accountability for the police involved in fatal shooting of their young neighbor. They say it is a time to mourn, but also a time to highlight the good in little Village. North side neighborhoods also gather to reflect on Adam Toledo's death. 40th Ward groups organized the memorial in winning back Park. Participants asked to acknowledge the tragedy and commit to changing a system they say allowed it to happen all in Douglas Park, a vigil remembering people shot by Chicago police. Several community groups organized the Westside event, calling it a vigil to remember to heal and to move forward. They say their mission is to unite to prevent further tragedies. Chicago public schools and the teachers union. Recent agreement Sunday that'll send high school students back for in person learning. Starting today, one third of high schoolers, which is about 26,000, students have indicated they will go back to a hybrid schedule. The agreement also includes a vaccination program for students, 16 and up and their families. CPS see to you and the Department of Public Health will meet on Friday about that plane. A little health officials reported more than 2600 New Kobe 19 cases Sunday and 10 deaths. The statewide seven day positivity rate has fallen a bit to 4%. More than eight million vaccine doses have been administered around ST Illinois opened over 19 vaccinations for everyone, 16 and older last week Now Chicago will join the push more from WGN's Roger Banish. The shift to Phase two eligibility comes as the city announced that more than one million residents have received at least one dose of the Corona virus vaccine. But with the expansion of the vaccination program, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot says that the vaccine supply continues to remain limited throughout the city, encouraging people to remain patient. Chicago receives that supply vaccine from the federal government allocated separately from the state and because of that the city operates on its own framework and timetable. Roger Banished. W G. M News. The Georgia Aquarium says it's otters have tested positive for the coronavirus. The Asian small clawed otters have had some mild symptoms, including sneezing, runny noses, lethargy and a cough over. They are doing well and expected to fully recover Aquarium in Atlanta there says they likely got the infection from an asymptomatic staff member. Today, lawyers will begin their closing arguments and Derek Showman's murder trial. The obedience Eric Wrong is in Minneapolis, now ahead of closing arguments. We have definitely seen an increase in security here in Minneapolis. We've seen a number of Minnesota National Guard troops around the city here and around the outskirts of Minneapolis. We have also seen Number of businesses that have already boarded up, and once the jury does get the case, they will be sequestered until they reach a verdict. Police in Kenosha, Wisconsin, have arrested a suspect in the deadly bar shooting. Witnesses say a man was told to leave these summers House bar after an argument with management. That's when they say he came back with a gun and shot six people. Three of them died. Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth. We don't believe this was a random act. I currently from what I've been told believe that the three people who passed away probably knew each other. And this was a targeted situation. The suspect will face first degree murder charges. Jill Biden will make her first visit to Illinois as first lady. Today, she'll torch Song Valley Community College in Dixon, along with US Secretary of Education. Dr Biden is a longtime champion of community colleges. And she's a professor at one Virginia While she was second lady. She highlighted community colleges role in strengthening the economy. She's not working to make community College is free for hard working students. Making history on Mars early this morning, NASA says the first powered controlled flight on another planet is now set to take place at 2:30 A.m. expected to last 40 seconds. In that time, the ingenuity helicopter will rise. 10 Ft in the area, make a turn hover take a picture than land. If the flight is successful ingenuity could fly four more times in the coming weeks. WGN Sports. The Blackhawks visit Nashville Tonight. The pre game with Chris Boden. It's 6 32 face up at seven with John White him in ensuring Marie on 7 20, wtn and WGN radio dot com. The White Sox in Boston sweep the right socks and a doubleheader winning game 132 and Game 25 to 1. Meanwhile, the Cubs lost to the Braves.
Fresh "Boden" from NewsNation
"3 to 2 and in the makeup game five Toe one Cubs in Atlanta played tonight. We've got hockey for you tomorrow. Pre game with Chris Boden at 6 30. Let's check the forecast from the WGN Chicago Weather Center Not is cold tonight with lows in the mid forties, then mostly cloudy on Monday and Jennifer Scatterbrain showers with highs in the lower fifties. Tuesday cloudy snow and Rain, all likely most of us how we're going to be snow and measurable snow is expected temperatures falling through the upper thirties into the mid thirties by late in the day, I'm a urologist my chance and checking temperatures around the area right now. Southaven 57, Michigan City at 55 to calve. At 59 degrees, and it's 62 show yet 61 at.
Fresh update on "boden" discussed on NewsNation
"March is intended to be about more than just the shooting death of 13 year Old Adam to Lehto. You will recall. He was shot by a police officer on March 29th here in the alley at 24th and Sawyer. Police were responding to a shots fired call till later ran from police and dropped his gun less than a second before he was shot. The peace walk tonight is intended to demand justice. Residents complain a police brutality and constant street violence they want more resource is 41 year old man wanted in the fatal shooting of three people in Austin, Texas, police officials searching the surrounding area. Saying the suspect, Stephen Broderick, is considered armed and dangerous. Authorities in Minnesota say they're investigating an officer involved shooting in the suburb of Burnsville. Police there say they're officers first encountered a suspected car thief on Sunday. Driving a vehicle with stolen plates, which he done crashed. Police say they were notified. The same individual allegedly went on to car Jack of female at gun point later in the day and then led police on a chase suspect was shot twice by police. Chicago public schools in the Chicago Teachers Union leadership have reached a tentative agreement to return to in person instruction for high schoolers starting tomorrow more from WGN's Jenna Burn today, see to you members ratified an agreement between the union and Chicago public schools, meaning high schools will open their doors to students tomorrow for the first time in more than a year. Third of high schoolers about 26,000 students have indicated they'll go back on a hybrid schedule. And teachers were supposed to go back and person last week with state outside school buildings and remote as negotiations between the union and CPS continued. State health officials say. More than eight million covert 19 vaccines have been administered in Illinois. States Department of Public Health, saying Sunday that the 70 average of daily shots is just over 125,000 State on Sunday, added 2666. New confirmed and probable cases of coronavirus logged 10 additional deaths. No noise reported 21,663 deaths from covert 19. Was more than 1.3 million infections overall, starting Monday. All Chicago residents age 16 and older are eligible for vaccines. Illinois has already been doing that for a week. And let's check W g and sports and baseball. Ah White Sox beat Boston twice 3 to 2 and in the makeup game five Toe one Cubs in Atlanta played tonight. We've got hockey for you tomorrow. Pre game with Chris Boden at.
"boden" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Troy, Maria Chris Boden for Chicago Blackhawks hockey, The Nashville Predators win again tonight. They won last night here at the United Center against the Hawks here tonight, they beat the Hawks, 322 and a late rally by the Hawks goes for not drinking. Had a pair of goals in this to make it interesting. The score was tied it, too. For a while it looked like the Hawks. Had the moment. Um and we're ready to seize this contest. But the Predators found a way to put one more past Malcolm Suban. It was Yo sees third on the season, his second of the year against the Blackhawks. From told Vernon and Arvidsson at 13, 27 and the Preds Hung on, and Pecker Renee in goal for the Nashville Predators, stopping 27 of 29 black cock shots to pick up the wind and the last 10 minutes. The Blackhawks had a lot of Momenta mon. They're on their side. They scored those two goals and Look like things you meant. We're heading in the right direction. Kirby Doc saw something in the defensive zone and the past between Kuba leak and the door off. I'm not sure where that pass was heading to. And all of a sudden, real nice passing play ended up opening up Roman Yosi, and he buries that goal that you're talking about them. That was the difference in the game. But If you look at the overall 60 minutes, Blackhawks need to find that energy early and sustain that. They just didn't have it over that span this weekend, So three of the goals that predator scored in this serious came on Blackhawk giveaways. That's something they definitely need to pay attention to their park management. Lit left something to be desired and their execution of some of the plays that they had when the park was on their stick. Just not what you were hoping for. All right? Well, who was your first choice equipment player of the game tonight? That's a pretty easy one Alex to break it, picking up in 17th and 18th goals of the season. Gave the Blackhawks that opportunity to find that energy and some hope that they would be able to come back in this game, trailing by a couple and find a way to get at least a point, which would have kept them in the fourth spot on the hunt for a playoff position..
Chicago Blackhawks to face Florida Panthers
"Florida Tonight. Pregame with Chris Boden at 6 30, the face off at seven o'clock with the John Weidman and Dr Murray here on 7 20, WGN and WGN radio dot com. Some of the other
Managing care During COVID
"What's an average day like for you. Caretaking on a typical day to feel like you have things under control while. I'm going to answer the second question i do. I have things under control. Never never ever ever. It's like. I'm on this constant roller coaster of ups and downs Just one. I think i've got it under control. The rug gets pulled out from underneath me. So what is an average day like my kids are early birds and for the record i hard roll my eyes that anyone who says their kids are early birds and then proceeds to tell me that they're little angels wake up at seven. Am shut up. try waking up every single day at five. Am for six years to just energetic screaming. Demanding kids. I don't know why i was blessed with early birds but here it's not as if the universe looks at us. Ms like a handful. Move onto somebody else quite often the terrible things. Just keep happening. They just keep piling up and for so many of us were not just caregiving in a traditional sense. Were caring for the people in our lives. In different ways. We are blurring the lines of our relationships between being caregiver and being a mother being a daughter being a sister being a wife being husband. I don't know. I said all all female roles except that i mean we got a lot of women's voices in here. I am a caregiver to my son. Boden he is eight years old and has acute lymphoblastic leukemia. I think one of the interesting things about being a caregiver to your own son or child is it's hard to distinguish what is just being a mom from what is being a caretaker. I ended up spending a lot of thought cycles and kind of emotional energy taking of him in a way. That is different than the way i take care of my other children. I then have to work through and process. The guilt of that discrepancy knowing both that biden has kind of different story or a different journey than the other kids that i have. But also that i'm all of their moms and so how do you kind of identified the difference between where caregiving stops and where mothering takes back up. When i was reading through your questions when you said caregiver like Or what is a normal day of caregiving. Look like. I kind of laughed. Because i thought man i think from the moment i opened my eyes to the moment i closed them giving Once pediatric cancer is kind of rock. Your world. I'm not sure there's really a space outside of it. I'm thinking about things. Like why is he not hungry for breakfast. Why is he craving meat. Why does he not wear a jacket. Is it because of a side effect of chemotherapy. Why is he sitting on the outside. When i pick them up from school wise. He's sitting on the outside of the soccer game Is it because his legs hurt is it because of the neuropathy whenever he has trouble with his homework is at a side effect from the chemotherapy. Is it affecting his cognitive function. Is it just him. Being eight I think when your role as a caregiver is so interwoven with your role as another relation like for me. His mother is just hard to kind of tease out. What part is caregiving. And what part is just living with a person with cancer so the average day for me really changed a lot during the various stages of my mom's illness she had end stage breast cancer and in the beginning when the cancer i came back it caused a lot of fluid to build up around her lung and then her lungs to collapse so at that point. We really didn't know that it was her cancer that was back and we were dealing with a medical emergency so my mom had to undergo invasive tests and surgery and there were just days with a lot of uncertainty about the diagnosis and the prognosis. And i was travelling back and forth from durham to charlotte while also taking care of my own family Here in durham and and working fulltime
"boden" Discussed on WGN Radio
"At six. With Chris Boden face off. It's 6 30 with John and Troy here on W. G. N and the Bulls begin a three game road trip taking on the Pacers. I'm Kevin Powell, WGN Sports and now your forecast from the WGN Chicago Weather Center here is meteorologist Paul Conrad Snow all over Spread Chicago. And this afternoon, we could see 1 to 4 inches of new snow fall tally up here during the daytime hours with the heaviest snow in Cook County look for daytime high readings into the mid teens. See Northerly winds 10 to 20 MPH and that will create sub zero wind chill values all day long for tonight. Snow heavy at times windy conditions We could see 2 to 8 additional inches of snowfall here tonight and into tomorrow morning With the heaviest snowfalls into Cook County. Look for overnight low readings down to near 10 for tomorrow. More snow possible. Maybe 1 to 2 additional inches and another Cold day with highs near 20 from the WGN Weather Center. I'm Paul Conrad. Currently light snow throughout the area. Cloudy skies temperatures right around 10 degrees, but the wind chill below zero for all areas near us and for your money on WGN. The President's Day holiday has US markets closed. Asian and European markets all closed mostly up on Don clipping on Chicago's very own 7 20 W G s very much Don Jon Hansen and for Anna Devante, as they normally say, what death and taxes are first hour will be snow and taxes will cover it all in a few minutes on WGN. If you've got an insurance question, you could talk to a park Ranger. But the only quotes they'd probably give you would be about the beauty of a fallen leaf or ripples in.
"boden" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Pre game with Chris Boden at 6 30, the face off at seven with John Weidman and Troy Murray on 7 20, WGN and WGN radio dot com and the Bulls are hosting the Clippers. The forecast from the per Maciel weather Center. Mostly cloudy today, mid teens for the highest winds north winds that is 10 to 15 miles an hour. Light snow tonight couldn't get an inch or two lows near five lights. No tomorrow another inch or two of accumulations possible mid teens for the highs and then looking to Sunday partly sunny and cold with high around seven. Your money on WGN. The Dow Down about 40 points. 3, 31,089 s and P is up about 4, 39 20 and the NASDAQ's up 15 at 14,000 and 40. Currently it is 16 degrees at O'Hare 18 at midway. 13 in Waukegan. I'm Bob Kessler on Chicago's very own. 7 20, WGN. John has the wind trust business lunch, the midday numbers What's trending in Chicago business and more. The wind trust business Lunch next week noon W jokes, a bunch of my team Hochberg earlier on speed jokes on Fridays. We do the best of we'll start with time traveled. Hey, you guys. The University of Chicago Physics Department is having a time travel meeting. It's going to be last Thursday at seven o'clock. Be joke of the week titled Shark. A Shark can swim faster than me, but I can run faster than a shark on land. So in the triathlon, it's going to come down to the bicycle..
Woman killed in daytime Boston shooting
"Police in Boston continuing to investigate the shooting death of a woman who was found yesterday afternoon. In Dorchester, the shooting in the area of Boden Avenue and Washington Street. Police said they got a call in about 12 40. Yesterday they found the woman who had been shot multiple times. She was brought to a nearby hospital, where she was pronounced dead. Anyone with any information is asked to call police
Stephen .M. Smith and the Iron Bowl
"Stephen smith welcome back from touchdown. Alabama stephen amit always good to see you and great to have you on the program. So it's the week of the iron bowl you've been high on the tide. Since the first time we talked during the summer. let's start with mag jones because you told us. He was different than that was before the public. In the heisman voters fell in love with him. Absolutely i mean. The young man has been battle tested poise and career. I remember him in the us. Freshmen in two thousand seventeen with the scout team out there throwing bombs and of course coach saban told him stop throwing the ball deep all the time. King looks at cope sabres coach. Tell your defense a check me there so you got a guy with that type about and that type of confidence even check his own coach. Nick sabin that you got yourself a quarterback that can really do some special things. So i knew from mack. Jones the freshman that he was poised to this moment but also seeing the growth that he's made targeted stephen m. smith who stephen m. seems like every every aspect of alabama has gotten better the one that has surprised when people is the is the defense. Because after the ole miss game i i wasn't sure that p golden should be buying green bananas. But what's happened on that side of the ball. The main thing is coke. Sabin and pete goading have done a great job. Simplifying things on times player stink too much. You think about my job and is my teammate. Doing his job. It's the guy in front of me. The guy behind me the guy next to me doing their job. And when you're thinking about so many things of your job is and training your is to be district where confusion comes in so nick. Saban has always been one to say. Do your job and the rest will take care of itself. So she and goading been a great june above of simplifying. The game plan players have done their job. You're seeing more pressure on defense guys stopping the run better. More turnovers created a the big thing here. Paul is essentially omits game. You've looked eleven. Shutout quarters football alabama including a complete game shutout of mississippi state and the team is getting off the theater on third down so a better job of simplifying the game plan and players. You know being concerned about doing their job correctly. It's interesting. we haven't really heard much in the aftermath of jason water when he went down some of the pundits. I remember somebody. Espn said alabama was done. They had no chance of winning the national championship. How has that been dealt with on the team. Because it doesn't seem like and i realized alabama has played a top five team Yet they will seem like they've done quite well without him. I remember a conversation. I had with john. Michie paul about you know. How do you feel. Avoid behind by waddell. He's a one type player. Barry explosive guy would. He got hurt against the volunteers. You heard coach. Sabe say you know. I hurt for college football. Not the fact that saving hearts for alabama. I'm sure he pretty much does but he hurts for college. Football due to people enjoy seeing james waddell on the field. He's fast he's a bottle he's gone. He's energetic he's explosive. He's highly entertaining. Obama has found ways to work. Around this. you've seen slade. Boden return be on kickoffs. Of course he got a twisted ankle against kentucky alabama monitoring jam all week and practice. He should be able to go this week. But we'll see what happens We have seen devante. Smith retiring ponts against kentucky patrick satanic. A second has also field in that role a little bit so save has put he and different guys and that special teams role to try to you know. Fill that void but it's worked out for the most part. It is difficult trying to find that guy that can do know what j. waddell does
Coronavirus is far more widespread in Orange County than reported, study shows, Los Angeles
"Orange County are seven times higher than previously thought. We estimate the 12% of Orange County has already had That exposure to Cove in 19 because of elevated antibody response. You see I public health director Bernadette Boden Al Bhalla says. That's 370,000 people. She says the study shows people throughout Orange County have been infected and had no symptoms. This study also confirmed higher infection rates and Latino and lower income areas. This
Microsoft releases Surface Duo
"Wasn't a surprise to anybody who was seeing the writing on the wall but I somebody who wasn't aware that Microsoft was preparing to release a phone or a surface duo that isn't quite a phone. The announcement happened. It happened on Tuesday. It was a pretty big deal for people who? have been looking forward to this product. It was announced alongside the surface neo, which was a is a windows ten x product that has been since delayed before we get into the actual product was this launch sped up at all like we were under the impression that it would come out later in twenty twenty perhaps in the fall or or or even the holiday season but now it's launching in September. What what happened to push up that launch if if anything? Yes. So chat out to Zach Boden, our senior editor who's been. Covering a lot of this and he's the one that's been a lot of the sourcing on this information. So important to talk with this device has been in development literally for five years at least conceptually up until now in a lot has changed since then you know the chemo. was interested in this idea of round two, thousand, fifteen apparently, and he started putting together how how they do stuff at that. One reason you don't get leaks for Microsoft, is they build stuff internally in this one building on campus they three d print everything. So it always stays internal, but he started printing up like basically two smaller screens and tach dumb start carrying them in his pocket. Investigating what was the ideal size here. and. Then we start hearing about around two thousand seventeen. She's started hearing around two thousand seventeen and back then it was GONNA be like windows mobile or maybe kind of windows ten device we weren't really sure and then windows quarrel West started coming out with information air, which is basically abstractions of way from the with the fundamental understanding of windows ten is. And then. Stuff basically change right? They made a decision some time I believe in two thousand, nineteen early on that they weren't going put windows ten on this or windows ten acts or windows quarter wes. For the simple fact that they needed mobile APPS. So they made this like pretty last minute change to go to android and because of that. You know. It was announced with the android a last year as you mentioned, and then it was gonna be holiday season for this year but the specs of the device haven't changed much mostly because they've been so focused on core aspects of the design and function -ality which we'll talk about later that you know it's running a snapdragon e fifty five we all know does have she does doesn't have certain features that people expect in their phones and the F. Samsung coming out with the full to, and we only have the flip and LG. So the market is already starting to move towards this. So they did speed up the release and it's not so much a sped it up cutting corners it just it's done. The hardware was already done for a while it was more about getting android onto this device and as you know and you can speak to a little bit. It's didn't just slap android on this they worked with Google what really makes us device interesting is just how good android To work on dual screens but because of that. They sped it up. And they want to get it out as soon as possible because we already know internally do oh to is in developments like you know calm people expect companies now to do yearly updates on phones yearly yearly releases I should say and that's pretty much can be the case here we're expecting and you can't. You don't want to release a phone in December or November and then released next ball you know knowing how like six or seven months eight months ago I mean some people would only buy with four months upgrade right you. You try to avoid that as much as possible. So yeah, they're trying to get if you're one plus which you do twice a year up. Yes. Right, they're crazy. Yeah. So but yeah so that that's concept long. It's been pushed up ahead of time, but it's basically finished. So it's good. Okay. So before we get into the android side of things, I, still want I wanNA linger on hardware a little bit because it is so important to talk about what you're getting. Panos Panay. So you mentioned Panos, this is the chief product officer of. Microsoft he's the person who stands on stage introducing all the surface products and over the last few years that's run the gamut from surface laptop to the surface book. To the surface pro, we have that massive surface screening. What's that thing called the studio studio which is beautiful. So. There's clearly a cohere cohesion in the hardware division right now that I it finds. Microsoft. Sort of at the peak of its game and I've been really impressed with it as somebody who does not really. Spend a lot of time in that world not nearly as much somebody like you. Tell me about the surface. Design as it relates to other surface products and what the intent is given that it is an android phone, ultimately how it plans to fit into that surface narrative if you will share I I just wanted to talk about a little bit about who this is four because this is such A. You know we're we're so used to win a phone comes out funding like some something from Samsung, for instance. It's a mass release consumer device Arabize by everybody wants it. Surfaces typically aren't like that you need to think of surface devices one as harass perations devices. So they're always a little bit more expensive. They're also things that other companies are supposed to look at like that's a good idea we should do that. Encourages companies to. Not necessarily copied design one for one but a to rip off of it basically to get inspired by do their own take And that sort of the role of surface duo it's not meant to compete with Samsung and apple at this level of like grandma's GonNa go by Jimmy down the streets going to go by my neighbor Bob. Want want it's it's not that you may look at it. It'd be like that's a cool idea. Someday I may want something like that. That is exactly It's built for Panos Panay. Send us like publicly it's built for fans of surface people who live in Microsoft ecosystem. That's a very small group of people admittedly, and that's their expectations here for a sales. You know it's and so when people complaining what type of price later on all this kind of stuff, I get it but at the same time. They see this as sort of just a foot in the door for this new category of devices they're hoping in a couple of years as they go through rations, other companies get evolved that prices come down that. Then it becomes that mass consumer device no different than how surface pro did the same thing whichever's pro came out years ago two, thousand twelve. People laughed at it. It got bad battery life had problems. It didn't. You'll people complain about lap ability like there's all this kind of stuff going on with that and he stuck with it now served pros a well established sort of concept in terms of two and once. So. Of. Markets for and terms of design. You know some people will point to courier, which goes back to two thousand nine. This is a Microsoft project that was internal. It's a hassle dating story about development they were supposed to. They basically came to Bill Gates and was like we can do like windows phone and mobile, or we can do this courier thing and they decided against her. Because it was too proprietary. It didn't actually run any version of windows everything in it was custom built firmware. So you couldn't run like out what God was all this custom. Stuff but you couldn't stall things. And there's some DNA there. Right. But you know four Panos is idea comes down to a digital mole skin. He's been obsessed with this idea I don't even know what it most until years ago, which is a fancy journal, right? It's a bound fancy journal that people in artists and creative people like to carry around and he loves his idea of like a small digital version of that March has always done this idea. That's why other displays are three two aspect ratio. They liked to base things off of what we already know magazines, books, things that work right you. You can criticise whether books you know analog books today are relevant, but the fact is there's something about. Books Right. Like we all have kindles we all love kindles but we also all love the idea sometimes if growing up with a nice book, just opening it up and dog eared the the pages that's where to concept of duo comes from his his idea of a dual screen. Digital Journal kind of device could also work on with two displays.
Striving For Justice with Quoc To
"Can you elaborate on this dream job thing I like. How and when did you dream of becoming a public defender? Like what does the story behind? I I mean. First of all I. It wasn't my dream job so much when we worked together prevention student comedy night. I I knew I wanted to do something social justice related At Ti we? We worked on one of the things that work. There was violence prevention, and that actually got me started on like looking at took one of the classes that. Are exactly record started their violence prevention as a public health issue, and so I just. Looking at looking at that and thinking I wanted to do something within the community I grew up in a poor underserved community community caller. You know a refugee we. We came over America on a refugee resettlement You know plan and I grew up in A. Poor, community stalled pitfalls of crime and I mean pitfalls, poverty and homelessness in lack of social services, and what does the? How that intertwined with you know criminal justice. Actually I haven't really shared this a with a lot of people, but in college. I don't know if you remember, but about. About like a a couple of weeks before the end of my second year I think that was your senior year. one of my fraternity mates got killed outside of our house I think it's like it was huge news at Berkeley right like profits class in nuclear engineering. Really I don't remember I apologize. There's there's a lot from my past. That's a blurb, but yeah. Yeah, yeah, so he was. He was stabbed outside Sigma Pi. And I was I was like there. I had seen him like minutes before that. So the trial unravelled a over the next couple of years and. It slowly some. If some of my about this podcast is GONNA be like! Wow, we didn't even know this, but you know when I was sitting in the through a case and going through that case I felt this. Kid You know when I learned more about it turns out like he was. Small was unemployed. She works for nonprofit. Is that I? Think was like construction work, but you either way. They came from a working class. Family went to public schools he went to. Berkeley High School nearby. And I sitting in that courtroom I kind of felt more. I felt like I empathize with him. You know 'cause he he. He reminded me of you know the people kids grew up with You Know An. Myself came through the environment and I know that I'm very fortunate to be where I'm at You know I you make your own luck, but a lot of it is you catch outbreaks along the way and I kind of was keenly aware of how close I was from not being at Berkeley, not being where I was. You know and so. I I couldn't help feel empathy for him, and so it kind of made me like. You know I wanted justice for my. My friend, who was killed tragically, but I I also felt like his kids GonNa. he kills one drunken site. Right and so I was like it gets convicted. He goes to prison. Justice just felt elusive, really lucid to me and I think that was experience was very transformative for me especially with my background everything that was going on knowing. Justice and so. You know I got to law school and I actually was recruited to help. Run A campaign for my one of my mentors. Ru Training is a form of public County new has private practice now. was running for DA and so if. I. Don't know people pay attention, but the recent election Cisco They elected a yes boden from the San Francisco, public office, but he wasn't I poetry a run for DA And so he ran. He ran for da I manage his campaign. Obviously lost George, GASCON Wanda year and but just being with him. Just he was like you know. I was working at A. A firm that summer I was out wasn't happy on civil, a civil work and I just wasn't happy. And like you got for public office and so I did. And I the next semester. A you know got got internship at Contra Costa Public Office and I fell over the work it just was. It was like this is what I WANNA do this. Would you know what to do and? Yet at the rest is history. That's. I mean. I'm very I've just having a moment just reflecting on How are passing cross? You know in in these ways enlightening, bring Larry and stuff, and like all the craziness of life in Prevention Institute essentially couple years older than you by essentially babies like really working on a on a very big trajectory that we had no idea what was about to happen, but it's I feel really I don't mean it patronizing me just so proud of you. That's audible and. It's not a small undertaking I mean like. Any any endeavor, especially dream because there's a lot of layers to that because I think be these big visions that we can have, I can feel very like. Larger than life, but like you actually went out and did it so i. just really proud of you. That's amazing
"boden" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast
"Mice have been a big issue for somebody and education you know might reduces an issue but then there might be something else that becomes more that more of a challenge for them Say you know I mean for example if somebody throws with the literacy side yet when they get into the workplace. There's there's a lot of assistive tax that they can use but equally they might find that they then CIA you know have challenges around managing their workload or or work stress so I think that the underpinning challenges associated with dyslexia rival wasted. They just change shape. Little I somebody progresses through life and I think they're impacted by not just the the challenge produce the environment the individuals that my experiences and say much more and I think that is always going to be a challenge with dislike series. That you can't just point one thing and say that's what it is. It is a whole raft of of different things that manifest in a whole range of different ways and Entirely dependent on the individual at the center.
"boden" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast
"Policy within education. So I think we still have a huge amount to do Around Developing better supporting schools. I'm making a custom. Sort of seamless reach diagnosis and support. We kind of know that. That's the thing that changes lives for the better and also years long term results for individuals Intensive improve life trump. Susan and things I mean one of the biggest challenges that we've had an education. The moment has been Michael. Sunday We hope that that might change Obviously it's dependent on the government to decide how they won't fund education and what they won't fund but I said anything can my role you know. I may great people who were doing. Great and amazing things. I think one of the biggest challenges in in the the dyslexia space is around bringing you know everybody together and speaking in a in a united voice And I think that also includes the grass roots From developing that groceries support. I think sometimes parents feel very disempowered. I'm very isolated. I think one of the important things is actually I'm dyslexic. Individuals themselves to bring all those people together because actually thought is a huge in significant number of people and they say you speak as one voice then they all have the potential to to actually move forward with Significant changes is just the question of making sure that there is a root for that.
"boden" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast
"The years is with Young offenders and in other offenders and in my second subsidies you know you can't help but feel sometimes. The dyslexia had been identified. And then perhaps that said the choices might have been different You know isn't always the case in order. T- twice as strengths. He needs to be in a position where somebody Recognizes them and not scrape but they will say needs to be the support systems underneath that to ensure that any challenges that somebody experiences all well supported in all. Those strengths can be sort of tapped into and unleash say we need to be on an straightforward about saying yet. They're certainly these. These potential strengths and abilities but equally we need to mainstream and ensure that the support is available to the individual so that they come top hidden. Today's talents at the same time addressing. Some of those challenges from an employment point two V. It's important that an employer recognizes that yet. They absolutely need those talents but they may be stuff that they need to do to ensure the individual is supported effectively in other areas so that they can maximize the potential of that.
"boden" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast
"In many ways On the it sort of captured quite love interest alongside the strength based approach On the celebrate those strengths which is is quite right on. They are there and and you know they are very important and they all Vital in order to move or organizations and industry forward. We need those new innovations. We need those big picture thinkers and problem solvers. I think there is a risk around the under that banner is neuro diverse that the individual aspects of each of those things about finance kind of gets diluted so in some cases you know the the sort of differences between individuals kind of gets lost. So I mean we. We know that dyslexia Coco's with Lots confidentially Koto with other things but equally we need to sort of focus on the the needs of the individual the individuals should be Kinda from the senator Everybody will be different. Say just sort of putting people under abroad Bama without actually drilling down into the individualized nature of all of this is is perhaps slightly at risk of diluting. What these individuals made. I always think you know if you are in a position where you had opportunities tap into those talents and strengths and abilities. It's great but we're still seeing false. He many people who Hinted by the lie for educational experiences. That means they never get the opportunity to utilize the two strengths that they might have because they.
"boden" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast
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California - A Push To Get More Women On Corporate Boards Gains Momentum
"When Silicon Valley based desktop technologies invited. Susan Udaya Kumar to join. Its all male board. Last year. She had no idea. California had just passed a gender quota. She says she and ADESCO were a perfect fit. The board south is very welcoming and they wanted a different perspective on the board. She's a CEO in Canada with a background in the Internet of things or Iot. Which means things like? You're smart speaker or your Internet connected. Doorbell. A have the IOT experience. That background is there from you so. I'm actually being asked to give my voice quite a bit lately. A lot of accomplished female executives have gotten similar calls out of seventy five major California companies. That had no female board members. Two thirds of them. Now have at least one and now other states Massachusetts Washington and New Jersey are introducing similar legislation. Shannon Gordon is the CEO of the Board List. A database that companies can search to find female candidates we saw an increase in the number searches overall. And so I think it was kind of this halo effect because the topic has been discussed so much more in the last year or two companies are gonNA coming around to to the value. Ulster versity on forests. Multiple studies have shown companies with female directors are more profitable in January. Goldman Sachs CEO. David Solomon turned heads when he told. Cnbc would stop taking companies public unless they have at least one diverse board member. I look back at. Ipo's over the last four years and the performance of IPO's where there's been a woman on the board in the US is significantly better than the performance of IPO's where there hasn't been a woman on the board and his announcement. Salomon cited his experience with his own Board. Goldman Sachs with four women out of eleven. We have a black director at. I really value the diverse perspectives. I'm getting which helping me run. The company to California law hits companies. That don't have a female board member with one hundred thousand dollar fine. Critics have lodged a handful of lawsuits claiming that's discriminatory and unconstitutional anesthesia. Boden is senior counsel at the Pacific Legal Foundation which is suing on behalf of a male shareholder in California. The law suits the fourteenth amendment's promise of equal treatment before the law and it actually forces people to make decisions on the basis of sex but some female board members say companies. Need strong nudge like California's law to change business as usual former dupont. Eeo Ellen Coleman is one of the four women on the Goldman Sachs Board. She says companies have long chosen board members based on their network of friends and acquaintances match. Where I think. The history has led to mostly male boards. 'cause if it's word of mouth and you ask them in historically if given a lot of names of other men. Komen now serves on four. Boards is doing something to crack the old boys club. I'm not taking on any more boards. I've got plenty but if people come to me with opportunities I WANNA be able to point to four five six different women that would be phenomenal for their board. Depending on what they're looking for and many California companies could probably use the help. The State Law is now pushing companies to go beyond having just one woman on a board by the end of next year the quota increases and so will the fine
"boden" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror
"Go Mom an interview with the independent which I'm assuming is a local paper Gonzalez's mother was quoted as saying quote every time we ask for help for Daniel or Daniel did himself. We were told we would have to wait for our crisis to occur before he could get the help he needed so fucked up. It just really insanely fucked up common response and to this day and I mean this is taking place in London England. Yeah But this is a huge issue in the US today absolutely and we just watched joker was my third time last night and we spent there and I had a big discussion afterwards. Just about how the movie. It just makes A really valid statement on the The way mental health issues are treated. I mean not only in our country but around the world and just people are completely ignored and not taking seriously which leads to violence and murder and is just we do a whole episode on that but this This story right here. I just think is is something that is still very very relevant. Even though this took place almost fifteen sixteen years ago well in. Nineteen Ninety eight well granted. Yeah that was over twenty years ago. Yeah but the M- the murder. Sorry the murder themselves. Yeah you know sixteen years ago but anyways back back to the story of Daniel Gonzales So basically every time they ask for help even Daniel himself asking for help. They were repeatedly ignored on October. Twenty six two thousand three Gonzalo Gun. Gonzala 's himself wrote to his doctor stating that. He wasn't coping well. He felt suicidal and paranoid. The doctor suggested that can on solid go to the hospital. However no treatment occurred in two thousand three and two thousand four. Various doctors had concluded that Gonzalez post quote very little risk. Either to himself or others in fact shortly before the first murder one doctor stated that Gonzalez was quote doing very well without medication. Whoa over the weekend of September eleventh and Twelfth Two Thousand Four Gonzales attended a rave in Hackney where he partook in self-described massive amounts of speed molly cocaine and ketamine. Wow then on Monday September thirteenth. Two thousand four two days before the killing spree. Gonzalez was seeing sprinting. Around the family's property nude when his mother arrived home she found that the kitchen was littered with kitchen knives on September fifteenth just mere hours prior to committing his first murder. Gonzalez left what was up until that point the only sign of physical violence. He used the first murder weapon a kitchen knife to stab a sink in his home. Which left a small Dent So now we get on to the actual murders that same day. Gonzalez traveled thirty miles to the isolated coastal area of Ports Creek. A place popular with walkers and runners near Helsejs station Portsmouth sixty one year old. Peter King and his wife were walking their dog when Gonzalez's declare to the man that he was going to kill him though he suffered multiple stab wounds to the Chin and a minor slashing wound to the throat. King was able to fend off Gonzalez who muttered sorry. I'm a schizophrenic. I can't help it and then ran away. Oh my God beginning. Shortly before this attacked then continuing amidst his killing spree Gonzalez actually wrote letters to himself using an established nickname zippy. He gave himself pointers and wrote of his plans. Hopes and dreams. At one point he wrote that this murderer's undertaking was quote. One of the best things I've done in my life and another letter to himself. Gonzales concluded that he had failed to kill King because the knife that he had wielded was too short which led him to shoplift a pair of long knives from a department store the next day on September sixteenth. But he's doing great Medication absolutely not a threat. Not a threat to himself or others. After the attempted murder of Peter King Gonzalez travelled approximately thirty miles to hove another seaside town. He wore a hockey mask like Jason Voorhees of Friday the thirteenth fame and hidden some bushes. He jumped out and killed seventy three year old. Marie harding by stabbing her in the back. Then slashed her throat. She had walked remote path through a wooded area near Oakton Crescent East Sussex for ten hours beginning late on the night of the Sixteenth Gonzalez. Drink and a watson POB soon our adding alcohol to to the situation ten hours of drinking and then in the early morning of September seventeenth. He traveled nearly sixty miles to tottenham north of London. At Five thirty that morning he attacked forty six year old. Kevin Molloy in the street malloy. An Irishman and former pub landlord who had been described as a gentle giant was stabbed multiple times in the face neck chest and abdomen and died on the pavement at seven. Am in Hornsey. Four miles from the scene of the Malloy attack. Gonzalez forced his way into the home of fifty nine year. Old Koumas Constantino and his wife. Chris Stella they are awakened by a noise and saw Gonzalez's coming from their kitchen with one of their own knives which had been an eight inch. Blade the husband who despite having been stabbed. Numerous times in the forearms and chest was able to fend off. Gonzales by using a baby cradle. No way hope. The baby wasn't in it. I I hope the baby was in. I don't I don't think there was a baby. He was stabbed how many times I just end multiple times over his times in the. That's awesome yes So Gonzalez loss at knife in the struggle in Cristello ran into the street yelling for help. There is no mention that she had been harmed so that is good at least all right so now after the attack on the Constantinos Gonzalez now covered in. Blood was not only able to take a cab to highgate but was also able to buy another knife awesome. Not sure who would sell some uncovered in blood a fucking knife or what? Cabbie would be like. I'm sorry blood all over you I'm not taking you anywhere but now beginning in approximately eight. Am Gonzalez attempted frantically to enter a number of random homes in the area? Eventually in Highgate. He gained entry to the home of seventy six year old. Derek Robinson a retired physician for the underprivileged and his wife. Jean who is a sixty eight year old retiree who had a career with Christian aid which is a UK charity fighting global global poverty and injustice so to people who are doing amazing work to help other people have a tragic into their lives. He killed them both by stabbing them to death and committed his most brutal crimes. After the fact according to police Gonzalez call the experience. Quote orgasmic a local decorator a neighbor of the Robinson saw Gonzalez inside the Robinson's home nude covered in blood and phone. The police only a few hours after the last attack. Gonzalez was finally arrested in the subway. All right so now we're going to go on to the capture and trial of Daniel Gonzalez. Yeah after his arrest. Gonzales was held at Broadmoor which was a high security hospital where one doctor suggested that. Gonzalez was the sickest patient in residence while at Broadmoor. He was in full escort and always accompanied by custody. Officers wearing full riot gear wow Gonzalez engaged in continuous self injurious behavior in the form of attempting to rip out his own veins with his teeth. Ill Oh God at his arraignment Gonzalez claimed insanity which was rejected prosecutor. Richard Hoare well contended. That Gonzales was a psychopath that it was quote his very personality which led to the murders on March sixteenth. Two thousand six. The jury denied the defense's argument. That Gonzalez suffered from paranoid schizophrenia. Had the jury accepted this argument. Gonzalez would have been granted diminish culpability and would have been found guilty of manslaughter on every one of the six charges. Two attempted murders and four murders. Gonzalez received a verdict of guilty. Judge an gathered that Gonzalez would receive the mandatory life sentence. One for each of the attacks he would be remanded to broadmoor or a similar institution acknowledging that he was psychiatric ill but that did not preclude him from knowing right from wrong. For a period of several months at Broadmoor Gonzalez was considered to be so serious a case that he was kept in the intensive care unit on August. Ninth two thousand seven at eight. Thirty A M Gonzalez was found dead in his broadmoor cell. He committed suicide by using the jagged edge of a CD jewel case to his wrists. Oh Jeez so. This is Quite tragic story for everyone around because clearly this person needed help he needed psychiatric help. He needed medication. His mother pleaded for him to have help and even said does he have to murder someone before he gets the help he needs. He wanted help. These murders these four murders in these. Two attacks could have been prevented if people did their jobs. And so at the bottom of the article on the Criminal Code Site. There's an option to leave her apply Only one replied to the article was laughed and I want to read it now. Okay so this is from an anonymous person but I'm assuming it was from one of Daniel. Gonzalez's close acquaintances like this was written on March. Twenty second two thousand nineteen. Oh Daniel was a very well known person with money friends in nineteen ninety nine. A group of thirty teens all live together in an abandoned building. They all knew him as Zippy. Most of the group had nicknames a new. He had serious mental health issues witnessing him talking back to US forces or dribbling when he had been taking his meds however they all looked after him and he looked after them. He was very well known in both woking and the London Rave scenes zippy was taking medication that made him normal. He stopped taking it after a few of his friends took his medication and it turned them crazy. One was sectioned for a few days claiming to see in his words low-flying aircrafts trying to attack. Everyone was talking about what it did to those. Who took it making each other paranoid? So they wouldn't be tempted to take being kids not thinking about how that would affect someone who actually was paranoid. After this he did become paranoid. About what the medication did. And he started to come off his medication weakens. We spent in London at illegal raves. Weekdays causing havoc in the local town just being careless teens who had either been kicked out of or run away from home. The teens had come from all types of backgrounds many head drug and alcohol issues just starting zippy had a few girlfriends but by two thousand into the teens had grown up. Got Jobs or had families moved on. This is wins. Zippy started to become lonely. He started spending more time on his computer and his mental health started to get worse again. Everyone who knows him feels shocked by his actions but they knew how many struggles he had with his doctors or as medication along with his mental health. We all knew he was very unwell. But we didn't know Daniel the serial killer we knew zippy the side. Trans Loving always laughing party boy. It makes us feel sad knowing he heard voices and was not helped enough even when he asks for it himself. We don't agree with his actions at all but understood how it got so bad without the correct help. His story has so many layers and he is still misunderstood. He was failed many times and everyone who knew him feels awful for his victims and the families. If anything else we hope no one else is failed in this way again. What he did showed the monster that was buried inside but he wasn't always bad. He was not a loner who had no life or friends. He cried when he met our children and hugged us to try and make a smile. When we felt down he had spent many a time in and out of the Abraham Kollie Unit in Curtsy Hospital a unit for patients who needed to be suctioned. It's not been very well documented hunt so many flaws and not enough action taken to help. His case is horrific for what he has done and how it should have been prevented. He went from being on trial as a sane man who has never seen to begin with to be in class is one of Broadmoor six patients. This in itself shows how misunderstood and let down he was what he did was very very wrong and he won't be forgiven for that ever. The families of his victims are having to suffer for failed attempts. Get HIM HELP. So that was a letter written anonymously by one of his acquaintances. And I just think it's completely heartbreaking to know that Seoul much pain and suffering loss could have been prevented if we just took mental illness. Much more seriously honestly like I'm curious and I don't know if maybe read anything about this but at the trial when the judge basically was like you know you're GonNa go down for this. Do they mentioned the fact that like he you know if like his his attorney or whatever like mentioned the fact that like Hey. We've been trying to get this help. Prevent this and he's even like that's so appalling to me. I basically were like yeah. We are not going to help you. And now we're GONNA punish you for life because you are crazy and you ask for help but oh well you kill people. I mean yeah. I don't really know much about that. Other than the defense's argument was that he did suffer from paranoid schizophrenia. So they did know that he had mental health issues. Whether or not the ear..
"boden" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror
"Much I mean he's even still hit. He had the urge to start kill and the foresight to take steps that would allude authorities. Had he been raised in the most loving caring environment ever no doubt he still would have ended up murdering women. I think okay so in closing. Here's a few fun. Extra facts Wayne. Boden was the first criminal in both Canada and North America to be convicted based on forensic odontologist. There you go. His conviction preceded that of another infamous psycho who was also convicted on that same type of evidence. GonNa say Ted Bundy and actually speaking of Ted Bundy. Fun Fact Nbc schedule Black Christmas for its Prime Time Network debut on January twenty eighth nineteen seventy eight under the title stranger in the House on January fifteenth. Nine thousand nine hundred seventy eight two female students at Florida State University were murdered by an assailant who broke into the sorority house where they lived three other young women in the immediate vicinity where attacked an assaulted. Nbc received numerous please from locals to pull the movie from broadcast in light of the crimes and after I stating that they would offer local affiliates in alternative movie to Broadcast. They decided to just pull the plug on the movie altogether instead. The film Doc. Savage Man of bronze was shown Nbc Instead Ran. Stranger in the house as a late night. Movie on May Fourteenth of the same year the perpetrator of the crimes at Florida State University was later identified. As I'M GONNA say Theodore Bundy that's Curragh Act. That's actually really funny that you mentioned that because I was thinking of a lot of similarities between Wayne Boden Ted Bundy while you were talking about his you know his crimes and wondering if by chance Ted Bundy researched him or knew about him in. Maybe that's kind of where he got. Some of the ideas like I'm privileged enough to to get all this time to study law and libraries and have Basically unattended supervision. Which allowed him to escape. And have like these kind of like buddy buddy relationship with some of the guards that it just yeah. There was a lot of comparisons that I was I was making him. I had when you're discussing his story and like the part about like them. Wanting era the movie around the Florida State University killings. I didn't know that until like last night and I was like okay. Yeah that's just like the final now. There's total total connections the urban legend the Babysitter and the man upstairs. Apparently that urban legend originated in the early nineteen sixties. But there's obviously tons of different versions of it Some of them still creep me out though when I come across them and I just wanted to mention to Apparently in some creepy pasta versions. The babysitter is increasingly. Unnerved by what she assumes as a hideous life-size statue of a clown in the room when the parents called a check on the children. The babysitter complaints that the statue or complain about the statue and asked if she can cover it up with a sheet or move it from the room the confused parents reply. They don't have a clown statue. The baby is then attacked by the clown which turned out to be a murderer in disguise. But this was I never I want. Who the hell would heavy lifestyle his clone statue in the first place. That's why the babysitter was creeped out. Honestly I've heard similar creepy pasta but it's a it's a like a life sized Santa Class or maybe. I'd say that we saw that Short. Oh yes it was actually a short film. Yeah Yeah there might have been called all through the House shutout or something similar similar. Yeah you're right. It was like a life size Santa Statue. Yes which yeah which. Why would you WANNA life-size law exactly like anything? It was not a real statute spoiler alert. And I didn't realize this. I know I didn't have this book but I guess another iteration of this story has the children with the babysitter watching television. And then the prowler starts phoning them saying he'll be with them in a certain amount of time then after they get the news at the calls coming from inside the house they hear door upstairs opening and then the sound of footsteps heading towards the room where they are and this version apparently was in one of the volumes of scary stories to tell in the dark which. I don't remember reading. I know we read the Shiva those books when we were kids. I don't remember ever coming across that one but hey and now finally and I will shut up about Black Christmas. It actually holds the honor of being one of the first mainstream films with a large release that contain the word count of that. I will probably give it although the word was cut from the UK premiere of the film so we got here content. Which is kind of funny. Because don't they use con- like most people use the word faulk in the UK that a fairly common? Maybe not in the seventy word over there more so Australia but a bit in the UK to. Yeah they definitely use it more than we do here. But in the seventy s did they. I'm sure I'm sure all like one day all. It made me not on television but I want to say it's a fairly standard Slang term. I totally be wrong but I feel like Malaysia and want no in the UK and four but in America. It was shown with the word. And you say you. Yeah I I just feel like when I've watched British movies and television shows that I've heard the word con just thrown around Willy. Nilly like it's nothing. Yeah all the things that happened in that movie I found. I thought that that was like the weirdest thing and most random thing to like cut. That is the story of Wayne Boden. The Vampire Killer Aka billy his inspiration from black Christmas probably. We'll think you monique job. Thank you that is yeah I I. I don't see a ton of comparisons between billy the killer but there's yet doesn't legal things that yeah definitely enough but very interesting because he I I didn't know anything about about this This guy That's actually why I'm really excited to dive into the special features on that. Blu Ray because I actually had a hard time finding like any direct quotes are stuff that were like Roy Moore or Bob Clark. Lake legit was like. Oh we heard about this dude and that kind of spun this idea so it was all reportedly it was inspired by Blah Blah Blah Blah. And so. Yeah well I could draw parallels. I'm really I'm dying out. I might have to do a follow up and report back after a special features. Yeah I might have to buy my own copy of that. It was on Amazon. Not Super Expensive. Just i-in any hosie. Sharon what are you going to talk about today all right? So I'm going to be discussing. Daniel Gonzalez Aka the Freddie Krueger killer. And also the mummy's boy killer There is also Another serial killer in New Zealand known as the mummy's boy killer is well But this is the British spree killer. Who is responsible for the deaths of four people and he also injured two others over a bloody two-day rampage in September of two thousand and four in London and Sussex. I think it's worth saying that Sharon I loved Freddie Krueger movies when we were little and I didn't know I didn't i. Don't I know nothing this story? Well I will say that The the comparisons between Freddie Krueger and Daniel Gonzaga's also. It's kind of a stretch. Yeah Yeah Yeah His his killings. Were not very reminiscent of Freddie Krueger. He just happened to like Freddy Kruger. In movies which we will get into Also I did say earlier that I think he was a serial killer. Oh sure Not a serial killer spree killer. Obviously there's differences but he did kill multiple people So the sources that I use our pedia murder pedia and also an article on the Criminal Code Website titled Daniel Gonzalez. The cry for help that nobody heard by Dr Clarisa Coal. So let's start with his early life. Daniel Gonzalez was born June twenty. First nineteen eighty in lived in woking surrey a large town in North West Surrey England about thirty miles outside of London. His mother Lesley savage was English and his father was Spanish. His parents separated in nineteen eighty six when he was six years old. He went to Gordon School. A privately run school in West End Woking. He was described as quote dark and handsome. He was also known to be a talented actor. A chess champion and a good student however people also referred to Gonzales as a quote dark and troubled boy. Sources say he never had a girlfriend he did not have any friends and he never had a job while still in school he had begun talking to himself and would laugh out loud for no apparent reason. His favourite pastime was to watch horror films around the age of Seventeen. His parents became so worried about him that they decided to take him to a psychologist because of his psychological problems. He was treated by a team of mental health specialists. Eventually he was expelled from Secondary School for drawing offensive cartoons in repeatedly placing pins and students. Seats Gonzales began using drugs which he purchased on the street. His life began to degrade quickly and he engaged in minor assaults shoplifting and vandalism like window breaking for approximately six months between nineteen ninety eight and nineteen ninety nine so around the ages of eighteen nineteen years. Old Gonzalez actually stabilized. He was admitted to Oak Tree Clinic. Which was a medium security ward where he was treated with anti psychotics however immediately after discharge he discontinued his medications and reverted to prior behavior. That's what they do. He assaulted police officers damaged property and served a short stint in jail between his time in Oak Tree Clinic. And the first instance of murder he receives. Sporadic care in numerous misdiagnoses is that. I think that's right. Is that right? I don't know that sounds weird it looks like misdiagnosis misdiagnosis anyway. Sorry and Gonzalez's charts a number of psychiatrists questioned the veracity of symptoms thinking instead that he may be baking and we will put a pin in that right there. We will definitely be coming back to that. Yeah don't put a pin on the chair but don't put a pin on a chair especially your classmates chair. That is not nice. I was going to make a joke about that until it started getting more serious cloud like. That's not that bad. Oh yeah he should have probably been expelled. I remember someone in a great school that used to do that at our classroom is a terrible thing to do. I could never do something like that. Spencer probably did that. No I was a kid. That's right you're you're still a good kid aright. Where was I? Some of his psychiatrist thought that he could be faking but it was said that he did have schizophrenia as well as antisocial personality disorder. So he's faking both of those things. No I will like I said he had numerous misdiagnosis noses. I just looked it up. Misdiagnoses misdiagnoses thinking numerous misdiagnoses. So think some 'cause it seemed like he had a whole team of people working. Some people thought he was. Faking others. Diagnosed with schizophrenia and antisocial personality disorder so I was kind of being sarcastic because like I feel like at this point. It's pretty clear that this guy's had issues. He has yes he definitely at. This point has issues and we'll get into we'll get back. Put a pin in that. Yeah put a pin in that. So people stated that Gonzalez himself said he was inspired by horror films in related most to Freddie Krueger from net Ryan Street fame whom we all know and that. Gonzalez wished to emulate his violence. He also considered Eric Harris and Dylan. Klebold the Columbine killers to be role models in wish to execute a similar crime. His mother had actually written dozens of letters and made phone calls to health and Social Services and the House of Commons. She was repeatedly ignored. She played with her member of parliament and on June twenty second nineteen ninety eight. She wrote a letter to the director of Siri Social Services asking whether her son quote must commit murder before being given any assistance with his mental health issues. Go Mom an interview with the independent which I'm assuming is a local paper Gonzalez's mother was quoted as saying quote every.
"boden" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror
"Women's Lib was just getting started and not a lot of people. Were Down with that even still today really I mean. Charon had her her coverage on nature versus Nurture Tatas. You know quite a bit so I think that anytime Ted Bundy would have been born. He still was a psycho and would have done stuff. Women weren't really people at that in that era and their cries for help went disregarded and I think that had things differently they would have caught him wave sooner one one before we move on to our topic of the day. One thing that I thought was like totally shocking was when Susan ran court went missing and they had the boy scouts looking for her body was like how who is like okay. Let's have all these young boys go out in search for a dead body like. Does that still happen? I mean what bad did you get? It was just I was just. That's why I paused. 'cause I was just thinking that for your like dead body finding something. I can't think of anyways boy. Scouts were different back. Then I scout. Oh It's the corpse finding badge. That's the one that they were trying to get That's a very coveted. It just looks like the the white tape or the chalk outline so onto the topic of the day so many night each chose to research and write about a killer that we previously mentioned briefly in past episodes. My killer was actually inspired by Freddy Kruger Nightmare on Elm Street in Mindy your killer. The movie black Christmas is loosely. Based on this person that you're GONNA be discussing. He was slightly. I think inspired the killer in black Christmas but I can talk more about that. If you'd like. Yes so yeah go ahead. I'll go first okay so I'm going to be talking about Wayne Boden. The vampire killer of Montreal. I'm not sure if I ever mentioned this ever. But one of my favorite horror movies is the nineteen seventy four film. Black Christmas directed by Bob Clark and written by Roy. Moore's is completely brand new news to me. I've never heard you mentioned black Christmas. Ever I literally wrote on my notes. Pause for Sharon's comments for as much as I blab about this movie all the time it. It occurred to me that I've never really looked into the inspiration for the film Aside from writer Roy. Moore's obvious take on the infamous urban legend the babysitter and the man upstairs. Which is you know the one the have you checked the children. He's calling from inside the House that that story I've always read that. Bob Clark claimed he and Moore had no inspiration for the concept of black Christmas that the idea was completely original with one exception. Imdb sums it up. Pretty well Bob Clark in a QNA said that he had no inspiration for the film's concept and that it was a completely original idea for him. In Roy Moore. The only thing that inspired the film was the actual series of murders. That occurred in Montreal. And I was like we. Black Christmas is a true crime connection. That was an internet rabbit hole. Just calling my name really so before we go any further. I just want to cite some of the sources I used for the infobahn. I'm about to drown. Y'All all of this content was taken from the following sources. Imdb's Black Christmas page wikipedia entry on the babysitter and the man upstairs. Urban Legend An article from refinery twenty one written by Rachel page Called Black Christmas is based on an urban legend and true story entries on murder. Pedia DOT ORG and to podcasts The first being the dark Putin podcast to crime and dark history the episode is called Wayne. Boden the Vampire Rapist. And then episodes seventy from the podcast big if true Both podcasts are available on whatever service of your choice that you like to use so I encourage you to check it out if you're interested And so now without further ado allow me to present the story of Wayne Boat in the vampire killer of Montreal and inspiration at least in part for the horror classic Black Christmas Holon near Butts Wayne Clifford. Boden was born on New Year's Day. Nineteen forty eight. He was born in Dundas Ontario. I've heard that pronounced a few different ways like by the dentists. So we're going to go with that. His family was middle class. His father was a factory worker. His mother was uneducated. But she's a full time. Stay at home. Mom and strict as hell Known for keeping a tightly very tightly run household chores which were plentiful. require timely completion and had to be done to mom satisfaction. Should ANYTHING NOT MEET? Mom's high standards there would be held to pay Some reports claim Wayne was not allowed in the Living Room. Kitchen family room. Who is only allowed access to the bathroom and his bedroom. Sounds like how I run the household with Spencer? I wasn't GonNa Hang. I'm having flashbacks. I wasn't gonNA say anything. Just kidding a bit of a neat freak for those who don't know Well I have a feeling that Wayne's mom might have put push the limits just a little bit more but I've never seen our living room or kitchen or dining room anyway. Go ahead no comment to say that. Wayne's home is not a loving. One is an understatement. Both of his parents treated him coldly and never showed affection towards Wayne or each other He was an only child and he showed no early signs of mental instability. Like the usual like animal torture or the Oh shit. He's crazy childhood signs in fact he excelled in school and was remembered by his grade school teachers as helpful and a bright student though. He was often picked on by his classmates for being teacher's pet. I'm just GONNA go out on a limb and say that Wayne probably had some mommy issues. growing up in a home filled with rules chores and confinement instead of love and parental support. He whenever it's teachers would ask about his mother Even in Grade School Wayne would say that she had passed away that she was dead. Yeah with my mom growing up and I was a raging bitch and junior high him like. That's pretty you never hateful. Yeah yeah by the time he got to High School. Wayne had grown into actually pretty good looking dude. He played high school football but unfortunately he was extremely extremely shy. Which and that kept him from dating or even approaching girls did he have any head. Injuries do playing football. Not that not that I could find but he only played in high school and briefly so I doubt it but you never know maybe after high school Wayne State local for a bit He tried finding work as a salesman and actually worked for a brief time as a fashion model But it was high time to get out of UNDIS- and so around age nineteen or twenty. A Wayne moved to Montreal Quebec with the intention of starting a career as a traveling salesman which cool. But like if you're shy that's a tough job but okay you're was this. This was like sixty seven. Sixty eight ISH. Oh Okay Yeah. Tra- traveling salesman. That was more of a thing back a Oh yeah. He moved to Montreal because it was happening. And he thought you know he wanted to be in the city and for the fuck away from his parents And Wayne lived A cozy apartment in like the center of town in the fall of nineteen sixty nine Wayne was living down the street from a woman named Shirley Audette Many sources describe Shirley is having been a nervous person with some mentions that she possibly had been hospitalized the year before for quote unspecified mental issues however in late September early October of nineteen sixty nine. Shirley was living with her boyfriend Kenneth when she discovered she was pregnant. So I'm not sure if this is like late sixties early seventies rumor bullshit but a lot of the reports in fact most of the reports I came across about Shirley Specifically mentioned that she was rumored to be promiscuous and even her live in boyfriend doubted whether or not he was the father of her baby. She swore he was but to me. It sounds like Shirley was just pronin. Anxiety likes company especially since her boyfriend actually worked at night shifted his job often leaving her home alone in the evenings but whatever victim blaming as in saint back then I don't. I don't think women had to do much be considered promiscuous exactly so on October Second. Nineteen sixty-nine around three am Shirley's boyfriend was working night shift. And she called him to check in She said she was nervous to be home alone but that she'd met a handsome man whom she'd been chatting with outside Returning home mid morning on later. I guess in the morning on October second Ken came home and could not find. Surely anywhere initially. He assumed she'd run off with the handsome stranger. She mentioned in her three. A M check in phone call but then started to get worried. Is the day war on the next day? October third the their apartment buildings maintenance man found Shirley dead near the back alley way of her apartment complex lying on her back the top half of her body partly sitting up against a fire escape ladder and her facial expression wide eyed and smiling in. Rigor mortis which. I'm sorry. How fucking scary. Would that be to like? Find a dead body smiling at you. The police noted that she was fully clothed except for her shoes which were found later in the apartment courtyard. She showed no sign of a struggle. She had no bruises or even skin or particles under her fingernails though she had been raped and strangled The only marks on her which were determined to have been administered while she was alive were savage bite marks on her breasts and not love bites but break. The skin vicious bike marks. The bites were not mentioned to the public Kept as quote. Hold BACK EVIDENCE. So skip Month or so to November Twenty Third Marielle. Archambault was a twenty year old cute girl who love to be social. She enjoyed her job as a jewelry clerk in downtown Montreal. Like to go out and party at night November twenty third during the day. She came in a work gushing or coworkers. About a man named quote bill. She'd met the night before who is dreamy and was it was going to take her out that evening She left work at closing time with a young man who she claimed was bill though he waited out on the street for her and didn't come inside the shop. Her Co workers remarked that she seemed happy. Entranced by the man When archambault did not report for work the following morning her employer went to check on her in her apartment to see if she was ill together with her landlady. They discovered arching bowl to be fully clad on her couch. The Room was tidy but Morales Pantyhose and Bra were ripped. She'd been raped and there were bite marks on her breasts. The rest of the apartment appeared to shoveled torn up again. No signs of struggler break in and our body appeared posed with a pillow placed under her feet. The police were able to find crumpled photograph amid the wreckage of archambaud apartment Which was readily identified as the mysterious bill by her coworkers. However despite this apparent break the police were not successful in connecting the photograph to any known suspect even though a police sketch based on the picture was distributed publication in the newspapers Wikipedia says that the photo turned out to be Marielle dead father though. I also heard that he was just a friend of hers and his name was not bill either. Way Balls stalemate onto We go through Christmas. And now it's January. Nineteen seventy Gene Way Twenty. Four year old schoolteacher moved to Montreal from New Finland looking for more a more exciting life. On January Sixteenth nineteen seventy..
Starbucks, Apple shutter stores in China amid coronavirus crisis
"Apple Starbucks and I kia have all closed all their stores in China shopping malls in China are deserted delta United American Luton's of British Airways they've all canceled their flights to China since the virus was confirmed on January twentieth the biggest China E. T. F. this is an exchange traded fund that invests in Chinese companies that number one in size China ETF is down eleven percent U. S. airline stocks are down seven percent oil prices are down thirteen percent the Dow Jones industrial average started off this year fabulous hit a record an all time high on January seventeenth since then given it all back okay folks we gotta get a grip now I talked about this a little bit last week a little bit humorously was my attempt with the Alonzo Boden click you can listen to last week shelf you Mister Scott original into com download the podcast but we've got to get a grip we have to ask ourselves rationally logically impact here Eckley academically what does the corona virus mean for the global economy let's not just assume that everything is going to result in economic disaster and please are fine I have to say this I said it last week but I guess I should say it again I am talking here only about the money I'm only talking about the finances the economy I'm not talking about the human toll which as of course we all know the far more important toll
Microsoft releases Surface Duo preview
"Microsoft is nearing the release of its dual screen devices the surface neo and the surface duo. You may remember these from last year. Oh you bet I do and apparently do 'cause is your like really excited right now as such. It now has announced new dual screen preview. SDK's of course so that developers can begin to prepare for for this Microsoft infused dual screen world So you know if you are a developer and you WanNa Kinda get a head start on developing for for the duo which is the android dual screen device that Everybody was was Doing flips over last year. There's a preview. SDK For or the surface duo has native Java. API's that support dual screen development so the developers can get started android emulator with surface duo image preview. That's integrated graded into android studio for testing android APPs. That way. You know. This doesn't come out in. Your APP doesn't scale across both screens properly or does something thing really weird which is probably going to be pretty easy to do yes exist be having some issues at kickoff. Yeah absolutely and and even if everybody's prepared it's probably GonNa Happen anyways. I and then apparently on February eleventh Microsoft is going to really do a pre release version of the windows. SDK To support this native windows. API is for dual screen development Microsoft. Emulator that actually supports and stimulates the dual screen device. This for APP interactions. Same thing there but I think what really caught my eye on this was that Zach Boden from windows. Central All took the surface duo emulator surface. Do of course is the android device so took the the new releases that support the surface duo and the android emulator I been released two minutes of footage of kind of how APP interactions look at this current state. It's not perfect little buggy but it really shows you like how things move fluidly between both screens and how all that works and then join us day day hurt. Hope I'm pronouncing his last name on twitter. He's a product design. Zayn and visualization expert. Took that video file output and embedded into a still of the surface duo. So you start to did a sense of what was going to operate when it comes out and I. I don't know it's pretty cool to watch kind of how things kind of fluidly move from one side to the other. There's a there's a part where you know you're on the home screen and the bottom row. Pin DICONSA stretched out like right now and then when something comes up on one screen those icons all kind of shift over on one screen and a nice fluid manner This is more than we've seen yet. Absolute farce how this works so what we saw. We saw someone hold up a thing and then they said holiday twenty twenty and then they put it away so this is this is a lot. Yeah totally so yeah. I'm intrigued. I'm I'm curious to know how you feel about dual screen devices space away now. I'm super pumped about this. When anti covered the The the windows event where they announce new hardware and of the hardware these Neo Duo were part of it. I was already excited I think it it was called. Was it the courier project. That windows did many millennia ago. I remember just drooling over. Think it was like a youtube video Watching watching it over and over again and just wanting this dual screen device that they had created at the time and that got shelved got put away got tucked away on the late to it. I'll put it in the dock for excellent John and I wanted it to exist so much and now you know seeing the neo and duo and being happy with what Microsoft has done in hardware. As of late I actually have faith that the company can deliver on a Well done device and I'm pumped about it. I think it'll be interesting. And so yeah I dunno I seen this actually have And I think it's going to be ruled out to developers soon just more pushes forth the idea that yes this definitely will be a device that's going to exist and other actively working on it and it's holiday twenty twenty Might actually be a great estimation of tech. So yeah I'm I'm pumped and end. I can't wait to see even more as more developers get their hands on it and start working on These devices yeah I I really hope I. It's Microsoft so I have to imagine and they're gonNA come out of the gate with something that's really solid. As far as this is concerned but I'm also an Android user and I know that over Mike My life confusing android my adult life using android there are a lot of things that promise to be really cool and sometimes that works out and sometimes it just ends up being kind of Clue G. and kind kind of feels broken or unfinished or whatever since Microsoft is driving. This maybe maybe I should have a better kind of more positive outlook on it. Then an and and I kinda do I think Microsoft probably going to be able to pull this off pretty well But I'm still like slightly hesitant like okay. Maybe it just sounds like a great idea but then once you get your hands on it. It's not quite as cool as you think it's going to be but I think it's it's I love to see the different. The different
Hawks 5 game winning streak comes to an end
"Thank you very much Alex John Wideman along with Troy Murray and Chris Boden back here at the United center where the final score was the Panthers for in the hawks three and Florida won this game in the second period really for all intents and purposes and that's not to underscore the effort in goal by Sergei Bobrovsky the hawks got away thirty five shots on the Florida net a brassy was pretty good second game into night stopping thirty two of thirty five many picks up the win for the Panthers through with the win prove to twenty eight wins sixteen losses in five overtime or shootout losses will see them down in Florida at the end of the month of February leap day as a matter of fact but unfortunately here tonight box five game winning streak comes to an end and their record now twenty four twenty one and six in a blown opportunity to possibly tie the Winnipeg Jets who by the way Los tonight in Carolina four to one so it's so it's just a shame but anyway go to the break we'll think about it they'll come back refreshed and hopefully I hit the home stretch with plenty of them in bigger
New 3D Printing Extruders Are Coming Your Way
"Time for US talk about Three D. printing again and there are announcements. Well actually they've been announced for a while and hopefully by now we will have some of them of a whole bunch of new extruders souders starting with one which we're GONNA be talking in detail about. I think next time around the time after the zesty nimble they're coming out with their version into and they should have shipped mid December but we all know how dot goes so. Hopefully we have them now. I've ordered three of them for the tool changer. Because the value that they sent me worked so beautifully however I will probably also beginning the second extruder that was announced earlier last year in December actually before December the three D Amirah which was originally called the Hermes. They changed it to Amarah. I wonder what else did a Hermes in three different than could be And and and While the zesty nimble comes with breath Basically just the extruder system and the cable that attached to the stepper the Humira and the next extruder that we're going to mention comes with the stop promoter. Attached the E. Three Homero is Pretty special in that it it customizes the casing of the stepper motor to have within it a dual wheeled a dual Hobday gear extra a feeding system. That has the shortest path from from the gear to the hot end. That I think I've ever seen it's really really interesting. Very very interesting design Kind of a very similar to bonte contact. The both sides of the filament have geared hob gears that are driving it also it has a very interesting heat sink underneath the fan which is designed to drive the air away from the hot end area Very innovative. They put a lot of engineering into do it. We're looking forward to try and get. Unfortunately though in my opinion they use the mid sized stepper motor versus the pancake sized stepper motor odor. Not sure why I need to talk with them more about that. I've heard that they may be coming out with a version with the pancakes is that is the smaller stack. So it's much lighter. Maybe half the weight of the mid sized stepper and in in my experience when I've switched to to these smaller steppers. Yeah the Torque is less but it's still well within tolerance and I save a ton of weight which makes for a much higher quality quality print. So we we will probably be getting a hammer and I'll be shoehorned into one of the tools of the tool changer for comparison sake. Hopefully we'll see how things go in the near future. Yeah what I don't understand about this designers. They're going to all this trouble to make you know there's all these custom parts it's quite expensive. I like the The driving you know the dual driving from both sides but Yeah but they're not the first guys to come up with that but I can sort of justify it. In terms comes of reducing weight you know keeping the parts as minimal as possible and reducing the overall weight of the extruder but then they make a Boden version of it. I don't I understand. I understand why you'd care about the weight. Convert on tech bomb attack has the same thing with the boat and version of the BMG. So possibly they're seeing themselves competing beating with the bond market. Well the bond tech is. That's just that's a really good extruder Yummy do you. Don't care so much about the weight you're looking at the. You know the dual drive live systems and this is a dual drive system. So we're hoping that is at least as good as the bond tech for their sake. It'd better be better be or they're not gonNA sell many on one thing that they like to push that you you just screw in the thermal tubes for any of their extruders I mean. They're they're hot blocks so they're volcano their V six all their different hop block designs. Pathway designs will fit to this. So it's it's pretty versatile for their for the tool we'll change your though The folks he three D have come up with bolt on parts. So that it'll go onto the tool plate however you know that's a lot of weight you've got the stepper motor for this camera. You've got the small stepper motor for the tool control. You've got all the carriages. That may be too much much. Wait for the tool changed your. But we're GONNA find out we're going to testify ourselves and compare it to a tool. That has a zesty nimble on it which only adds like ninety four grams versus nine hundred something grams quite a bit of a difference and then we have a third extruder. That was announced right before Christmas. From the folks at Micro Swiss these folks make some really Nice nozzles and Philemon Thermal tubes they've come up with a design that's a direct replacement for for the CR ten in the ender three basically replaces the entire X. carriage however again the it's a mid sized stepper that's writing in the X. Axis which can be a problem however on these machines you don't print as quickly the Mendel based where the the bed is in the Y axis which is a mental based usually you don't print more than sixty at Mac sixty millimeters unders per second whereas the machines were thinking of usually around eighty millimeters per seconds. Does it make a difference. Time will tell. We'll find out I I don't know I We may explore one of those. I'm my my gut. Tell me again. The zesty nimble may be the better approach. One thing looking at the picture that they have on their website the path distance from the actual geared feeder down into the tube is fairly long and that could become a problem in the heat sink. Looks kind of small tiny heat sink. They have to get the the stepper motor up over the the horizontal Gantry bar so that's why it has to be that far. I would have positioned at forward and reversed it. Yeah you could you could do that But then you're putting in all this weight that's cantilevered out from the the linear motion Crusades off. Yes it can be done. It's just a matter of you. Know Designing Zayn balancing out the different
Bowden's late TD pass lifts Kentucky past VTech 37-30
"Everyone knows Lynn Boden can beach with his legs but it was his arm to put the final dagger in Virginia Tech as Kentucky won the ball ball thirty seven thirty Boden engineer to eighteen play more that eight minute fourth quarter drive that ended with Boden hitting Josh alley on a thirteen yard touchdown pass with fifteen seconds to go to give the Wildcats a one point lead it was a drive that couldn't have gone any better for coach mark stoops when you have a quarterback run game if you have four down to stay ahead of the chains then work hard to stop and so I was taking a long drive there we we had a shot you know early we're thinking about a shot play but again I had confidence that we could drive down and get it in there Boden also rushed for two hundred and thirty three yards and two touchdowns to Sean Buckley's led the Hokies with a hundred twenty six yards rushing and a touchdown indeed hooker threw for a pair of TV's brick melon Charlotte
Your verdict on Google Maps vs. Waze
"Hiring isn't easy but there is one place you can go where hiring is simple in smart that place is ziprecruiter where growing businesses connect to qualified these potential obstructions so this indeed makes Google maps more like ways but does it matter because it won't stop Nikki Ackerman from using fire central on a freeway that was incredibly jammed wasn't moving he checked out ways ways figured out aside road share the sentiment on facebook. Cathy Carson Newman says that she swears by Google maps period because it integrates the ways information without in at the same time quote ways on my way home to see why there's more traffic than usual and Google maps when I'm traveling to find the closest restaurant we were inspired a dive into the story based on a recent Google maps update new ways like tools like the ability for people to report crashes speed traps in added the ability to report four types of incidents construction lane closures disabled vehicles and objects on the road like debris to alert others about phones and using them for social networking entertainment and taking selfies and food porn are streaming players like Roku Amazon fire stick and connected speakers now bob ops for ways because it just works he says and he enjoys altering the voices of the navigator a fun feature for ways doc and the passion ways or Google maps said Bob Whitmore on twitter how about both Google maps he says Scans for answer hotels on the road I usually have ways running too because it has gestation on the map unquote she told us this on twitter not everybody alternate routes which ways doesn't do while ways has toll in transponder information at that something that is not seen in Google maps let's get started drive safe this is something you can't do on Google maps for now at least I'm Jefferson Graham you've been listening to talking tech please look for me on twitter like echo and Google home to continue the entertainment at home there's a handful of APPs Uber and lift to get around and Google maps ways to tell us how to get there so when we asked this week about your preference to the navigation apps we were surprised at the cord we appear to have strong really wild and curvy sidestreets that he'd never seen before he got home in just under an hour given the jams it was a miracle I got there as quickly as they did he told me traffic slowdowns from their iphone have been added these were long available on android phones but now opened up to apple's CEO s additionally Google all these winding curvy roads that Bob had never seen in his life BOB figures it would've taken him ninety minutes to get home on the highway instead with ways in those forming of every tire on the side of the road which she says gets annoying as well as giving you other information like restaurants that are in the area but don't I'll tell Bob Boden to go to Google maps he wouldn't even consider it let me tell you the story about the other night there are big fires in La and he had to get home to there's sometimes he does cookie monster from Sesame Street now he's listening to a British female because he likes the way she pronounces bull e Lard I'm at Jefferson Graham please subscribe to the show where every listen online audio and I'll be back tomorrow with another quick it from the world of tech hiring can be a slow process cat failed to her as Coo Dylan Moskowitz needed to hire a director of coffee for his organic coffee company but was having trouble finding qualified applicants so he switched ziprecruiter recruiters technology finds people with the right experience and invites them to apply to your job Dylan posted his job on Ziprecruiter and was impressed by how quickly he had ziprecruiter dot com slash talk that's ziprecruiter dot com slash T. E. C. H. T. A. L. K. ziprecruiter dot com slash tech. Tom
EPA Carries out Trump Threat, Cites San Francisco for Water Pollution Linked to Homeless Crisis
"Thing. where broadcasting today from San Francisco where president trump is continuing an all out attack on the city's homeless population and political leaders on Wednesday the trump administration filed an environmental notice of violation against San Francisco falsely claiming the city's homelessness crisis has caused water pollution this is trump announcing the move in a tirade against house speaker Nancy Pelosi who is home district is San Francisco. focus on our own district you see what's happening to our district we call it ten city it's terrible in fact we just sent a violation to the city of San Francisco unsafe water unsafe conditions environmental EPA are EPA which is doing a great job is sending Nancy Pelosi with all the talk about EPA. his needles and drugs all over the street this tense there's people that are dying in squalor. in the best location in San Francisco it used to be a great city now you have to see what's happened to San Francisco you happen to see what what's what the Democrats have allowed to happen. city officials have repeatedly rejected trump's unfounded claims that homelessness is connected to water quality the EPA's action comes a week after environmental protection agency chief financial Wheeler said in a letter to California governor Gavin Newsom that California's failing to enforce the clean water act Wheeler has also threatened to pull billions of dollars in federal highway funding to California accusing it of having the worst air quality in the United States a spokesperson for governor news and has called trump's most political retribution against California plain and simple California is home to twelve percent of the country's population but half of the country's on sheltered homeless people president trump has been pushing for a crackdown on the crisis for weeks The Washington Post reported last month trump ordered the White House officials to launch this effort and that his administration is considering actions like destroying homeless encampments California congressman roe kana told The Washington Post yet again this is bravado for trump's base with no interest in the actual policy experts recommendations to solve an issue conoce at for more we're joined here in San Francisco by two guests Jennifer Frieden Bach is the executive director of the coalition on homelessness and Paul Boden is the executive director of the western regional advocacy project or wrap a homeless advocacy group he was formerly homeless himself Jennifer freedom back let's begin with you the attack by president trump specifically on California now in San Francisco saying that homeless people are responsible for water pollution can you respond overall. yeah I mean it's it's ridiculous on on a few fronts first of all corsair Francisco filters its water there's there's no link to water pollution but more importantly is that trump himself is in a position where he could truly address this crises we have a situation where we have you know in San Francisco about twenty one thousand people experiencing homelessness every year and that can be traced right back to his feet on his wedding gauged in massive cuts to hide he's also done in action in restoring the hud budget which is where the roots of this crisis began when you know the hud budget has been cut so dramatically starting in the late seventies and through the early eighties and has continued since just this divestment from insuring that people in the US have a safe and decent place to call home so it's really ironic that he's complaining about it and then causing the problem and doing nothing to solve it. well I'd like to turn to had secretary that's housing and urban development secretary Ben Carson discussing California's housing crisis on fox news last month. a lot of these people have mental health issues a lot of men of drug addiction some of them simply have fallen on hard times and don't know how to deal with it but as a compassionate society it is something that we have to do something about we can't just talk about it should it be the responsibility of the federal government now these are local problems and the things that work best are when the local authorities take appropriate attention to these problems and then the federal government can help from the state government can help them. so that's had secretary Dr Ben Carson I po Boden if you could respond yeah it's just it's so profoundly ridiculous that this is the person that's running hi when you look at the nineteen thirty seven housing act that created. it said very clearly and that legislation that it was the federal government's responsibility to ensure that people have a clean safe adequate place to live in nineteen ninety eight they amended that to say the federal government cannot be held accountable to do that during the welfare reform must that Newt Gingrich and signed by Clinton but the reason hide was created in this is the individual charged with administering that that federal department is to ensure housing is available to poor people throughout the United States and this is in a California or a San Francisco issue sample California may have a larger number of people according to hides point in time head count but that's because they go out on January twenty fifth every other year and do a head count and that's how they did they come up with the number of homeless people in the United States that's ridiculous and of course warm weather climates are gonna have a higher number we don't know what the number of homeless people as with any specificity because it's something that poor people go in and out of all the time this is a federal responsibility to ensure that people in the United States have a decent place to live that they can afford and we now spend fifty four billion dollars a year in two thousand four constant dollars less on affordable housing than we did before the homeless crisis kicked in in the early nineteen eighties restore that funding look at the cause and effect of eliminating that funding and you'll see the numbers of homeless people go way down because we all know nothing and homelessness like a home. I'd like to turn to San Francisco mayor London braid talking about the causes of homelessness and San Francisco she was interviewed on PBS last month. housing affordability is at the core of what I know is a challenge for even middle income families struggling to live in San Francisco between twenty ten and twenty fifteen the city we concentrate on jobs jobs jobs with a two point six percent unemployment rate but during that same time for every eight jobs we create it we created one unit of housing and then it was like a battle between people who are moving here people have lived here folks are being pushed out of communities that they were born and raised in like my friends and family and and including the public housing I grew up in it was three hundred units it was torn down and only two hundred units were built so there were a lot of mistakes that were made around housing and housing production and over around a portable housing
Red Sox's Chris Sale to miss rest of MLB season with elbow injury
"There is not a Tommy John surgery in the immediate future of Chris sale that according to the Boston Red Sox however their eighties will be shut down for the next six weeks after consultation with doctor James Sanders all that so ominous whenever you have a consultation with Dr James Andrews Chris sale's diagnosis was confirmed he does have inflammation in his left elbow it didn't bother him in his last start which was a week ago but he was treated with a plasma in injection I got to do what I wrote my page I I wrote down some notes as always about some of the the big topics for the show I wrote down treated with the plasma infection in it's a good thing I caught myself there he treated with a plasma injection platelet rich plasma injection which is supposed to help speed up the reduction in the swelling but he has been shut down for six weeks which essentially would take him out for the rest of the regular season the red Sox are still technically part of the American League wild card race I think we can essentially eliminate them from me AL east race there now sixteen games back though they have won five in a row but the World Series champs right now if you're looking at the wild card standings are six out of that second while Kerr which currently is in the possession of the Tampa Bay rays interesting to hear what former baseball general manager Jim Boden had to say about the sale injury on CBS sports H. Q. firstly we know is that the red Sox Dave Dombrowski Chris sale and the medical people are not being transparent and they're not telling us the whole story so what we do know is he had the first MRI in Boston they saw something they didn't like and they sent the Jim Andrews and Birmingham Alabama same thing I always did when I was GM of the Reds are nationals you get a second opinion you always go to Dr Andrews to get that now he came out afterwards and said well it's inflammation the elbow and now we can avoid Tommy John surgery for now for now that's the ominous part for now let's hope that it is that for now and for always for Chris sale because I I always hated for pictures sort or any baseball player would have to go through the Tommy John button at this point I think they've got a more hopeful than positive there's no way to know if it's going to get better of it's going to get worse if he's gonna need that surgery but it would be far worse for the red Sox after the big contract they gave him if he was out for next season as well right now six eleven so it's not been a season that he would say is is anywhere close to his standard with a four point four zero we are right he does have a really good a strikeout to walk ratio and a lot of this has to do with the ball Pat a lot of this has to do with you the offense behind in its it was a miserable start for the red Sox rotation and they never really fully recover but the bullpens been even worse so it's just it's not been a season that the champs would've expected with relatively the same line up just obviously what's the difference in the bull pen so Chris sale pretty much out the rest of the
What to expect from this year's G20 summit
"But as the Japanese presidency seeks to steer the world's most powerful economies away from confrontation over trade questions have also been raised over Tokyo's apparent move to bow to US pressure by watering down its draft G twenty communicate on tackling climate change. Joining me in the studio to enlighten us about these issues off. Chris Giles the FTC economics editor and Leslie hook our environment. Correspondent Kris, why don't we start with you? There is a trade war going on. We know that how bad is it? How worried should we be? Well, I think there's two ways of looking at this one is if you look at the big. Brewed aggregates how much has the world grown in the in recent quarters. And what are the big forecast look like any counc- this trade war in those numbers really at all? But then if you look at what's bubbling under particularly manufacturing and trade is mostly still in manufacturing goods related. You see that in confidence indicators, the latest pay my for example, went below fifty for the first time since twenty twelve's of his loss of loss of confidence. You see the trade numbers, the trade volume flows have been falling recently, and you see that where the trade war has been most definitive between US and China. You see some very large drops in trade. So since October last year Chinese imports of US goods has fallen by about twelve percent. That's an a remarkable in a short time, say, sounds like you saying, we could be like that cartoon character that hasn't quite realized yet he's. Ron over a cliff if that's the case, what should we hope for from this g twenty meeting? I think that is exactly the case in the worry isn't what directly tariffs will do to trade flows. It's more the, the confidence impact of it is like, if you're a company wanting to invest somewhere and you think, well, this investment might be literally worthless, if something happens in global trade, which means that I can't export do the things I wanted to do with that investment that I'm not going to go ahead. I'm going to wait. And so that's the, the worry, what do we expect? But we're not expecting a resolution we're not expecting the tariffs that have been put on particularly by the US on two hundred billion dollars worth of imports from China at twenty five percent. We're not expecting those to disappear. The Treasury Secretary to the US Steve Mnuchin said that he reckoned that we were ninety percent of the way to deal without actually means essentially zero present the ways deal. There's always easy to do. I. Ninety percent last ten percent is always the difficult based, and this is exactly the rhetoric that was being used in April before the trade talks break down. So I don't think we're expecting a huge amount. If you could get something along the lines of talk, starting again at a detailed officials level and President Trump may be withdrawing the threat to expand the two hundred billion goods, which are subject to tears to five hundred billion, which is what the coun- threat is that at least you could diffuse some of the tensions, and we could get into maybe a world where we might have some point later in the year, see a resolution but I think that's about it from the G twenty this weekend. Let's, let's turn to the other issue. I mentioned at the start the trade war might be the short-term biggest threat to the world economy, the long term threat to the economy and maybe human civilization is climate change. And you have some bad news on that front. That's right. So the draft communicate prepared by Japan which could still change a lot on depending on the outcome of meeting as very weak language on climate change. It doesn't vow to cut emissions or make any grand statements about how the Paris agreement is irreversible or anything like that, which wasn't previous communicates. But this reflects a very sad reality or difficult reality, which is at the g twenty nations don't agree on climate change. The US plans to pull out of the Paris climate agreement. Saudi Arabia has also been very much dragging its heels when it comes to emissions cuts and what we're seeing now is global emissions hit a record high last year and the science. The modeling makes it more and more clear. What the impacts of climate change already are in terms of heat waves extreme weather rising sea levels, but the gap between what we know we should be doing versus what's actually happening in the world is just growing bigger, and bigger and the evidence suggests that the G twenty is not going to be able to do much about that, at least not this meeting if the draft communicate that you have seen is what comes into the final, Tex is that a deterioration from what we've seen before because it's been it's been a while. Now since Trump pulled out of the Paris agreement is there anything new here, or is it just a continuation of bad news for the last two years? The climate portion of the communicate has been what we call a g nineteen plus one. So basically, nineteen major economies agree on language about climate change. And then the US had its own paragraph where it says, actually, we the United States think this. So there has not been consensus among the twenty countries and. And what we've seen from Japan is, they're trying to go for the lowest common denominator and right of very watered down draft that everyone will agree to in this version climate change is just one of a list of environment concerns, along with marine pollution, biodiversity loss and resource scarcity, so they're positioning, it as just one of the many challenges that were working on rather than the challenge now in the past, the G twenty used to have much more consensus on climate change. In fact, in two thousand and nine ten years ago, there was a consensus statement on the need to phase out subsidies for fossil fuels in all the G twenty countries agreed to reduce their subsidies, or fossil fuels in the medium term, and that has not really happened. So what we've seen is even when the twenty does agree on something. It might not translate into reality. Even then. So does that mean we should expect unless you expect some positive surprise from from this weekend? Summit should we expect different parts of the world to go. Oh. Off their own separate ways on whether and how much they tried to combat climate change. Well, this year is quite a crucial year for the global climate commitment, because countries that signed the Paris agreement, including the US, because they haven't formally withdrawn, just that they plan to withdraw countries signed the Paris climate agreement have to come up with new tougher targets by twenty twenty. So we're expecting to see entries up. The ante we've seen the US. We've seen the UK, adopt an zero legislation in the EU has had very serious discussions about adopting an zero goal. So this year is seen as being quite critical for determining that direction. But I think we won't see the twenty influence the shape of that. Whereas in the past that g twenty was a place where there were key negotiations and deliberations that really set the tone for the rest of the climate talks. That's no longer the case. I want to come to a point where it seems to be that the trade agenda, and the climate agenda come together or maybe clash. Because if different parts of the world, Golez separate ways on climate change policy, then that conflicts with trying to keep the world trading system. Open doesn't it because countries that don't make an effort on climate change will be more competitive in terms of exports and can out compete the countries that do put in place, stricter carbon rules. And then the pollution is just going to move to different countries. Some economists have called full tariffs carbon border taxes tariffs on the border to penalize stop trade limit trade with countries that don't pull their part of the Boden is that something Leslie, you see happening at all as countries get very serious about their zero emission skulls, and we're expecting France and also Germany to consider adopting these goals than having some type of carbon border adjustment. Does become a crucial part of that because you can't take the emissions of your own economy, two zero without implementing some type of? Tariff on steel, and cement, and all the goods that are getting getting shipped in. But we haven't seen a lot of political movement in the short term on this issue of the carbon border adjustment. I think given what Chris just said about the global trade war. The trade frictions, there's so much tension already that I think, politicians are reluctant to add one more item to the agenda, when it comes to trade talks, which you think Chris will climate change worries come to interfere with trade discussions, not immediately. I fully agree with Liz as dot something for now. But it is something people being talking about, in fact, for for a long time because theoretically, it makes a huge mental sense to have a border adjustment. Because if the UK goes to zero but just imports all its carbon essentially from China, then that doesn't help the world because global warming is global and so is traditionally been a French concern border, carbon border adjustments. And I'm so slightly surprised micro hasn't been making. All of this, because it's a it's a natural. I mean not, not just natural for FRANZ, but it's actually theoretically natural that you would, if you were wanting to have a competent tanks to make you as a route to going to Sierra missions, you want that on your consumers so you want you'll consumers, ultimately, to be paying for the call when they use weather. It comes in something that's produced in your country or whether it comes from something even ported. They don't want to make imports more favorable now. This is always been very difficult in the trading system, because it could contravenes WTO rules to do this will people think it contravenes WTO as nobody's. No one's done it. So no one knows. But it probably does contravene the retail rules. Although we gotta remember that. The WTO is a particularly weak body at the moment, and the US, ironically has, has essentially new to the power of its dispute resolution settlement body. So whether these rules would ever, be enforceable is, is quite a visit quite big question. But in lots of ways this is this is a subject that wants countries have gotten zero target that will be a lot more pressure, particularly from that domestic manufacturing sectors to think about this. And I think it won't go away will come up. It's not something for this year, but it will definitively come up, particularly if there are countries that are producing quite a lot but not having a very competent oil company emission standards in the same way that other countries won't to be forward, looking and apart from the legal issue. This suggests that politically at least if the US and China don't vanish to resolve their. Trait differences. It will sort of open up the goal will politics to other countries to stop to respect trade rules, an intimate less, perhaps for this reason, but this opens up a sort of scenario way, global cooperation in global tombstones on Raveling, and you end up having regional locks, issuing regional interests me, if we go down that route. Do you think that the g twenty is no longer fit for purpose in your field, and then more mental field Leslie? What do you think? Well, it's interesting, one of the campaigners that I interviewed a couple of days ago, made the point that the D twenty has always been born out of crises various types of crisis financial crisis. Let's respond to a crisis. But when it comes to the climate crisis hasn't really been able to respond in a meaningful way. And I think that's because there simply isn't consensus between the G twenty countries about what to do and. Amount of summits, can sort of paper over that fact if individual countries take extremely ambitious goals to cut their own emissions to net zero, for example, that only really works. If other countries are doing similar things, and I think this tension between what an individual country can do. And then what's the impact on the whole global system is going to become more and more parent over the next years and decades, we have to remember that the g twenty is not global government. It cannot take decisions in that sense. It's not something that has any enforcement mechanism it can only do things if literally all the members agreed to do it. So where it's always come on stuck is where there's disagreement and safe has a fundamental disagreement as Leslie, it's been outlining on what the climate change, whether global warming is happening than the G twenty is notable that will they've ever been able to deal with it. It works as a very useful forum for leaders to actually thrash out some of these. Issues. But if they still disagree at the end of that discussions in that bilateral meetings, etc. Then you're living in cloud-cuckoo-land, if you think the g twenty's going to resolve something, and it sounds like this is happening on trade as well as on climate is happening on trade. So we used to have sort of boilerplate language in every communique saying, we would never as the G Tweety, no g twenty country would ever impose tariffs or any other trade restrictions on each other. And this, this health through the whole crisis, where people will very worried. It wouldn't hold but it's not held a tool since since Donald Trump has been elected US presidents. So it's a good vehicle for agreement so long as people already agree. Yes. Well that's a bit of a somber note to end on end. We must that's it for this week. My thanks to Crisanto Leslie, thank you very much. And thanks everyone for listening till next week goodbye. Here's a few words from Dame. Helen Mirren telling us what she's a fan of. I'm a fan of platform heels on a fan of Fellini and Antonio ni. I'm a fan of Anaman Yanni for me the greatest actors of all. I'm a fan of being bad. Ass on a fan of dressing up and glamorous outfits. I'm a fan of luxury. I'm a fan of Mandarin. Oriental.
No. 1 Tennessee puts away Florida, 73-61
"College tie-break Tennessee ran its team record winning streak to eighteen games getting sixteen from grant Williams in the seventy three sixty one win over Florida. Jordan Boden had thirteen is the volunteers moved to twenty two and one are they legit? Yes. F- Greenberg thinks so. A great job evaluating evaluating guys who can play for him and win for him. They've got grown men. And what I mean by that Zimmer a physicality a tough this to this Tennessee team their fifth in the country and points per possession in the half court. They can also beat you in transition. They've got a tough this about them where they can post up. Great williams. They could post up Admiral Scofield at the end of games, they shoot seventy seventy percent from the three point the from the free throw line. This is a Tennessee team that checks, you rebounds, and execute just think about this in the last three fours the makeup of the phone force twenty two seniors those teams Twenty-one juniors ten sophomores and only seven freshman. There's not a freshman on this Tennessee team that has scored this season upper-class Latin team that has a maturity at a
"boden" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman
"Thanks. Hey, this is the moment. Brag hoffman. Thanks for listening today. My guests are Brian flack and Anna Boden, Anna boat. We were just talking about her pronounce that name, and you guys are filmmakers who made some of my favorite movies. I remember exactly the theater I went to with Amy my wife when I saw half Nelson. We did. And it was one of those movies. I just walked around in two days afterwards. And then I was just in for your career and sugar is an incredible movie. And then this year you guys made Mississippi grind, which is absolutely on my top five films of the year, and Dave Levin, and I were lucky enough that you directed. The second last episode of billions our series this year, which was a real highlight for us. So thanks for that. And thanks for being here. Thank you. So much embarrassing. Great. It's all downhill from here. It's true. I mean, look, you know, the way that I pick guests on the show. And I we made a mistake once very early on. And I haven't seen it since I have to be really interested in something that they've done or something about who they are. Otherwise, I don't do it. And the truth is the specificity of your vision as artists I have found it really compelling because you're films aren't the same. But there are things about all of your films like your love of film that you feel like in every frame. So I I want to go back to the beginning though. And I really just with two people. But I want you both to answer if you can she would go out of the room. Yeah. You out of the room? I wanna talk about how you work together. Because it was really great getting to watch you on the set how you collaborate. And I I wanna talk about accident people can take a lot from it. But I start with you, Anna. When did you know you wanted to make movies? I I'm not sure they answer that. I I knew I loved movies. I loved photography. I loved litter. Picture when I was you know in high school, but I always suspected that. I would never be a creator. And that I would either maybe be a film critic or trailer editor because I loved watching movie trailers or the person who gets to choose what movies get played in theater. I thought that would be the best job ever the programmer of the local indie cinema or just like whatever yet, you know, the landmark had just come to Boston where I grew up. And and so I thought being the person who watches all the movies and then gets to choose what plays at the landmark. I've since learned to that it probably doesn't quite like that. But I really thought there was one person who had to watch every movie and decide what gets played. And I thought that would be my job this wild show business. To the person. Well, how long to extend like True Lies or something? Like what? Nobody you're not talking about first run movies. Are you talking about like, she's a landmark calendar from does? No. No. She's saying like like really she wanted to program may first real job was like a movie theater, the the landmark theater in Waltham, Massachusetts and buffalo sixty six playing that summer. And I was like somebody watched this movie or in my head. Somebody watched this movie and was like, oh, we're going to play at this theater. And I remember going to see the trailer for it like fifteen times a day. Just every time that trailer would play in any one of the screens. I would like have to go in check it out even if I was to be selling popcorn. Anyway. So that does not answer your question. When do they know I wanted to make movies at first I thought, maybe documentaries, and I kind of explored that because I don't know, dude..
"boden" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Chris Boden back with you. And I w studios following eight to five Blackhawks loss in New Jersey postgame show going all the way up until ten o'clock tonight adjusting tapes, head another assist this evening. So he continues producing season eighteen goals, twenty four assists for forty two points. He also has eighteen points over his last sixteen contests. Overall, kind of struggled on the ice tonight with a minus one despite that did his job in the face off dot as he usually does winning fifteen of twenty six draws and one staff that the Blackhawks actually dominated here tonight. But his foundation the Jonathan tapes foundation and green box machine announced last week that they're going into an expanded collaboration with CPS for a second year to double their donation, providing forty Chicago public schools tower gardens those are indoor agricultural education programs developed to grow vegetables inside the classroom. It was developed by. Green box machine founder, Steven Ritz. Who if you look at any of the videos on the internet in terms of what it's all about Steven Ritz is the polar opposite personality Jonathan tape. As yet, nevertheless tapes found an appeal, and what Ritz does and the participating schools principals and teachers they receive instructions and lesson plans to teach students about growing and eating healthy food as these towers grow and develop and how translate into better learning in the classroom. I had a chance to catch up with Jonathan a couple of days ago to not only talk hockey, which you'll hear about on the back end of this. But also once again, refreshing ourselves, the reasons that he got involved in this is a long process, I guess just kind of understanding what impactful where to give back wouldn't be. And I think we always believe in in what you're giving back to you believe as a positive impact on the community. I think it's a lot easier to be. A part of this. So as I said green Bronx machine start in the in the Bronx, New York and in a really tough neighborhood, Stephen routes schoolteacher who cares. Chillingly works works with. And you know, I think he he saw great opportunity to kind of kill multiple multiple birds with one stone and go after healthy eating growing healthy food in just kind of mixing it all the way kids learning in a hands on way to keep them keeps them active. So, you know, for me that obviously means a lot because I do care about my recovery might attrition. My performance. You know? So I think that's been some I've always taken very seriously and see that young kids should get the same opportunity to as well. So pretty excited to have come to Chicago and looks like we're moving into forty schools and classrooms over Chicago says pretty cool. Do they keep you updated last year when you started with twenty about the progress was made, and you know, what kind of response you're getting to in order to expand it to forty this year. Yeah. I mean, it's it's a they have a proven proven method that's been working on only financially. But obviously, they get a lot of positive feedback from teachers and. Yeah. I think the proof is right there that the kids respond well to the only a ten class more often than they perform better they talking and they eat healthy talk about healthy eating but the eat healthier with their families. When they go home. So it's it's having a true impact in so many ways it's not just about the initial intentionally which is pretty cool to see how diet changed throughout your career fast food guy earlier. Yeah. Yeah. I guess you can go from eating whatever you can wherever you feel like eating to understanding. Hey, you know, some of the stuff is maybe sit in your back, and helping your sleep helping your energy on the ice. You know, you always dealing with inflammation in in. Try this half of the one hundred percent, I should say the battle with with the nine games we play and be on planes and changing. Timezones all the time is how can get rid of information. How can you get your body back to feeling great and get ready for the next game being mentally sure? So there's just a lot of things you you start to knock off the list, and I think you change your habits, slowly, and surely don't try and buy off more you can shoot because eventually you just going to bounce back to your old ways. So for me, it's probably been the last ten years really working on China better myself anywhere can things did you differently this past off season? And how are you feeling about the season? You're having individually while they were lucky with the Blackhawks we get chance to really dial in or our nutrition in do some some tests of sampling just to see what's going on in your body hair test or blood or anything like that to to see what you might need to heal or was not functioning, two hours digestion or sleep or anything. So it's kind of been really zeroing in on on those things insurance improve in trying to be consistent, and the training aside from that when you have energy, and you're able to recover better training, you're able to take it to another level sows able to do that with with paulie good in the summer. How is the adaptation to a new head coach after being so familiar with one after all these years how how difficult was that initially? And do you feel like everyone's were everything's running on better cylinders if not all cylinders now. Yeah. I think we're getting more on each guy. We're getting more out of each line. I think guys understand their rules and where they fit within the makeup of our team. And I think they always helps you play a better team game and just have better systems and. You know when you jump over the boards. You know, what your job is to go there and focus on just a small little details. Your game and not seeing too much. Now, it's become more automated for us to to go out there and play as a team. So I think maybe the numbers don't show it as far as penalty kill goes. But penalty kill power play five on five. I think we're going to have a better chance to win. What's your level of optimism? Now after going through that extremely frustrating stretch. When all that change was going on that you know, if not this season, the franchise's is turned the corner again in terms of what you guys are doing on the ice. Well, that's the big thing is. We got young is, you know. They need to to keep billing a conference and keep developing the future our team. And some of our veteran players wanna be relied upon to to help our team win games every night. But it's also easy transition where we can start looking ahead and moving towards the Tina, we know we can be the captain one of those guys at the Blackhawks have relied upon heavily over the course of the past decade. You know, what he has accomplished and after down season last year? He he has bounced back. He finished last year with twenty goals and fifty two points. He already has eighteen goals and forty two points. We mentioned the streak that he was on. But again being relied upon on the ice with this organization. But now also putting himself in his position to be relied upon in the community for a very good 'cause getting involved with Chicago public schools in teaching them a little about some lifestyle options that they may have or may not have at their disposal, depending on what their situation is. But at least in the classroom, they can learn a little bit something about making themselves healthier through this green Bronx project program. We think the captain for sitting down with us a few minutes a couple of days ago time for another break on the post game show when we come back. We'll take a spin through the rest of the NHL, plus some other news and notes in the world of hockey on top of that will do that. When we come back next on seven twenty WGN. I like Mondays.
"boden" Discussed on WGN Radio
"This Sunday their first playoff game in eight years. It'll be at Soldier Field. The three forty kickoff. Not only do the bears turned things around from last year. But as far as some players like akiem Hicks who's been around for a few years. Well, he knew thanks. What's been positive sooner? Rather than later. We had a lot of things in stock already. We we had a bunch of stuff in the back room and Nagy came in. He bought a lot of it to the forefront. And he brought in into new items and we've been playing well together, we just gelled well with the guy. That came in. And I think that made a real difference and the bears have opened as a six point favorite over the eagles on Sunday. Three forty kickoff at Soldier Field. Adam Hoge will join us talk a little bears football coming up right after this newscast. Blackhawks trying to get back on the winning track moving things indoors this time. The play tomorrow night against the islanders on the road. Chris Boden will have your pre game at six o'clock. John and Troy have your call at six thirty here on WGN and wgnradiOcom in college basketball. It'll be on the radio for years. Well, northwestern at number seven Michigan state. We had a pre game coverage beginning at seven fifteen that simple. Dave ended and joy Meyer at seven thirty on WGN. wgnradiOcom cats commit with a nine four record. But owing two so far in the big ten. Elsewhere tonight and local action Paul depaul at Villanova, Loyola hosting Indiana state, beginning of Missouri valley played Bradley home for northern Iowa. And Illinois state will be at valpo bowls host the magic tonight at the United Center. Bowl's coming into this match up with their record of ten and twenty seven and in baseball news shortstop Troy to Lewinsky reportedly sides, a deal with the New York. Yankees on the home of the Blackhawks northwestern. Wildcats White Sox baseball Andy baiser WGN sports to.
"boden" Discussed on KGO 810
"Let them thirty at K G O weighing public safety with the fire danger in the north bay at has led to power outages and north bay communities that were running from fire this time last year. Good morning. I'm Brett burkhart. We are now learning that they power outages for seventeen thousand customers and Napa Sonoma and lake counties are expected to last all day because of the high fire danger Melissa Boden is with PG. We also proactively turned off power for forty two thousand customers in Amador El Dorado in calaveras county Sierra foothills there several school district canceled classes with no electricity gas stations have been closed because they can't operate without electricity. PG and E says it has to inspect lines before deciding when the turn the power back on from fires hurricanes recovery efforts are just beginning. In parts of the Florida, panhandle. Five days after hurricane Michael made landfall in Mexico beach with winds in excess of one hundred fifty miles per hour. Corresponding Clayton Neville says entire communities were destroyed power still out in areas hit the. Hortus by Michael in Panama City. It's estimated power won't be back on until October twenty fourth longer in other places. This woman says it's dangerous at night because of impassable roads can here at night a lot of police in the area. And then it comes down a curfew in effect for bay county still this Mexico beach man, lost his home and his waiting to hear from his insurance company. We can't do anything 'til Utah with insurance count in just wait no name now. Lots of unknowns remain in the Florida panhandle with the long path to recovery ahead. Clayton Neville, Panama City, Florida. This news report is sponsored by the California earthquake authority prepare to survive and recover from the next damaging earthquake at the great California shakeout on October eighteenth register at earthquakeauthority dot com slash shakeout. Brought to you by the California earthquake authority. I'm Brett burkhart now. Back.
"boden" Discussed on WJR 760
"I'm told it's boden bolton commons not vote dyin and his name is bob dornan sounds odd since east coast i goes together with it so i figured it could be board going but it's boden by the way trump has reacted to mccain trump's doing one syndicated radio show after another day radio row is what they call this snerdley came in a day said the by the way they they call me at the white house today as it wanting to tell you that they know you don't do guests and i didn't even offered but president because they know that you can probably say what he's gonna save better than he does any way so don't be offended that i said they said that well what are you march job and that's true i of new radio row i'm i would not be there by way trump is there and he responded to mccain graham somebody number twenty three you can listen to what trump said here if so nevertheless afternoon and he was he was asked about about mccain's criticism the sound bite that we played nece what he said yeah well i hear it and people have to be careful because at some point i fight back and being very nice but at some point i fight back and it won't be pretty well we know that it it being very nice right now but you know you keep it up and i might back and it won't be pretty vital dick install ohio great to have you on the program sir how are you are you doing rush very young very good things and we're thank you thank though the first mediate and with are your trousers of i've just got what you know wednesday last week i had kokori plant surgery you did yet and my right here ahead total hearing wa uh it was so he went to bed one night find got up the next morning it would guy and uh i just wanted to let you know how but you fired my decision to have it in quiet um.
"boden" Discussed on 3D Printing Today
"As he creep it's the same things he creep you're you're basically creating he cricket right here you're pulling the gooey stuff way upwards not hot any longer and it's still gooey and you're shoving at back down and then that area unless you're in some kind of a material like say teflon where it won't stick the matera the the plastic tends to stick on the sides it gets shoved back down pressure pushes the plastic out word and you end up with a bit of a clog it could slow down the printer and eventually clogged and you'll have to clear it all out so too much retraction is not a good thing too fast a speed in retraction is not a good thing sure a any kind of priorities could occur will anytime you try to try to drive a step promoter too fast you end up step dropping steps and you can also end up tearing the film at up so yeah definitely do not want to do it too fast a retraction is a bigger deal for boden style printers you need much more retraction because you've got all that slack in the in the film it that's in the boden tube the so that's definitely summit take some experimentation and that's where i never had really good luck i know there are folks out there the that such as those that own alternate twos where they use boden extruders and they don't have this issue at all but all the bones i've ever used when ii used retraction really has slow the printer down to get good clean safe reliable retraction a truly slowed things down a little bit going too fast moving too quickly moving too much not good.