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Why the racism in facial recognition software probably cant be fixed

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

04:46 min | 2 months ago

Why the racism in facial recognition software probably cant be fixed

"Been proven that facial recognition software isn't good at accurately identifying people of Color. We also know that police departments around the country use facial recognition tools to identify suspects and make arrests, and now we know about what is possibly the first confirmed wrongful arrest made as a result of mistaken identification by software. The New York Times reported last week. That Robert Williams a black man was wrongfully arrested in Detroit in January. Joy Berlin. We has been researching this topic for years as a computer scientist based at the MIT. Media Lab and Head of the nonprofit Algorithm ICK Justice League. She says like racism. Algorithm make bias is systemic. This is not a case of one bad algorithm. What we're seeing is a reflection of systemic racism in automated tools like artificial intelligence right now where gambling with people's faces. Faces and homework gambling with people's faces were gambling with democracy I mean it does seem like awareness and policy around facial recognition are starting to catch up if slowly, but what more needs to happen, is that the role of companies alone to not offer the software, or is it the role of governments to stop police departments from using this technology? We can't leave it to. To companies to self regulate while we have three that have come out to that back from facial recognition technology still have major players who supplies h recognition technology to a law enforcement. We absolutely need lawmakers, so we don't have to accept this narrative. That technology is already out there. There's nothing we can do. We have a voice. We have a choice what we are pushing. Pushing for with the Algorithm Justice League is a federal law that bans face surveillance across the nation, so I am encouraged by the latest bill I've seen a from Congress so I would highly encourage support of that bill so that at least across the country there are some base level protections. You wrote this post. The ended with the line. Racial Justice Requires Algorithm Justice. Given that humans right the algorithms, this is sort of the the constant question. How can that be accomplished algorithm justice? I mean sure so when we're talking about our MC justice, it's really this question about having a choice having a voice and having accountability, and so what we're seeing with this wild wild west approach to deploying facial recognition technology for surveillance is the lack of choice. Lack of consent, and so when we're thinking about Algorithm, make justice it is this question about who has power and who has a voice in. It needs to be the voice of the people when we're talking about racial justice, the reason racial justice requires Algorithms Mc. Justice is increasingly we have. Tools that are being used to determine who gets hired who gets fired who get stopped or arrested by the police, what kind of medical treatment you might receive where your children can go to school, and so and so much as a I is increasingly governing and serving as the gatekeeper to economic opportunities educational opportunities. We can't get to a racial justice without thinking about Algorithm mic justice. Technology companies are so sure that there must be a way to make the technology work and make it work largely for good. and I wonder if you think the events of the past month have really changed whether they keep working on this technology or whether they might actually start to see the the real limitations that you have seen I along. Companies respond to the pressure of the people, and I want to emphasize that the announcement for IBM to stop selling facial recognition technology for Amazon to do a one year moratorium an for Microsoft to not sell to law enforcement came after the cold blooded murder of George Floyd protest in the streets, years of employees activism. We have a responsibility to think about. How do we create equitable and accountable systems, and sometimes what that means is you don't create the tool. Joy Bologna as a computer scientists at the MIT media lab, but speaking of tools we should not create researchers at Harrisburg University last week said they've created facial recognition software that can actually predict crime. We already know what could go wrong.

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Coronavirus was already in Italy by December, waste water study finds

Morning Edition

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Coronavirus was already in Italy by December, waste water study finds

"The Italian health institute has reported that the waste water of three northern cities have traces of the new coronavirus long before the first Italian case was detected that was only in mid February mark Lewin reports Italy was whether corona virus outbreak erupted in Europe in late February with the first recorded case in the northern region of Lombardy but it was long thought that the virus had been circulating here earlier now that suspicion has been stood up by Italy's national health institute whose research has found traces of it in waste water in the cities of Milan and Turin in December and in Bologna a month later this study could help identify the source of the infection I'm shows the importance of waste water to tracking the parts of the

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Philadelphia cop charged with beating Temple student during protest turns himself in

KYW 24 Hour News

00:59 sec | 3 months ago

Philadelphia cop charged with beating Temple student during protest turns himself in

"Philadelphia police inspector who who was was filmed filmed on on cell cell phone phone video video using using his his baton baton on on a a protester protester last last week week turned turned himself himself in in this this morning morning and and faces faces arraignment arraignment this this afternoon afternoon they they were were W. W. Simmons Simmons has has the the story story from from the the northeast northeast after after getting getting cheers cheers for for about about a a hundred hundred supporters supporters some some in in uniform uniform at at FOB FOB headquarters headquarters inspector inspector Joseph Joseph Bologna Bologna made made its its way way to to second second and and fifteenth district police with high powered attorney Fred Perry and F. O. P. president John make Nesby by his side make Nesby says what happened during the protest was unfortunate but he contests the severity of what happened when Bologna hit a protester with the baton clearly everybody saying in an upset about him striking this person in the head he never ever even came close to that it was a shoulder strike it's what we're trained to do district attorney Larry Krasner did not see it that way that's why his office filed felony aggravated assault charges against the thirty one year veteran of the force presence as a protester at Temple University student needed ten staples intensity jurors

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Crystal King tells us about one of history’s best-selling cookbooks

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

07:03 min | 5 months ago

Crystal King tells us about one of history’s best-selling cookbooks

"You've just written. A book called the chefs secret about the first celebrity chef tyler male Skopje. Who who was Skopje? Skopje was a man who worked for several different cardinals and popes during the renaissance and he found fame because he wrote pretty much. What was really the essential first cookbook that modern people in kitchens and homes could look at and use as a cookbook as we understand it today and it has over a thousand recipes in it and it was published in fifteen seventy and it was one of the best selling cookbooks for the next two centuries. I wish I'd write a book. That was the best rate for the next. Two centuries won't be around Let's get to the food spices This medieval Europe spices were in vogue at the time. So what kind of spices would they use a kitchen like this? So interestingly enough sugar is the biggest thing that was involved in not necessarily on the spice side of things but over nine hundred of the recipes in the cookbook actually have sugar in them and they would put sugar on everything. Like fried eggs has orange juice and sugar on them. Did you try that? I did not try that odd. I The that is the thing I think that is the most striking of the foods at this time is that the flavor combinations are very strange to us. You describe one feast slices Parmesan Olives from Tivoli assaulted. Buffalo Tongue. Served with lemon soup of cheese and egg yolks so some of the ingredients are common. The sauce is a sauce of ground. Almonds currants hard boiled eggs chicken livers. So you're right. They they had a very different Palate than we do. They would create pies for example that would have layers of cheese and then cinnamon and then cavs eyeballs and then Just you just layer all of these strange ingredients together. They really had cavs eyeballs. Oh they used every part of the animal and In certain regions that would have been a delicacy. Actually how do you research the Sixteenth Century? What are the kinds of records? The records of what people bought for the kitchens the the market lists. What other kinds of materials? Could you get hold up to do the research? Yeah a lot of Italian history is still an Italian so a lot of what I researched was actually in the original Italian. But there's a lot of really interesting information we have They took big inventories of their kitchens of the food and the wine that went through the house and so we can see a lot from that also. There was letters that were left behind. One thing that I find really fascinating is that the the gifted food regularly Isabela de Este would send a cabbage to her brother with a recipe on how to make it for example. Not Not a very close loved brother. Yes apparently average but they cultivated. They looked at growing food and fruits and vegetables as a hobby. A pastime that they were passionate about and this was a time of exploration in the area food and so you would send food and sausages and cheeses from one place to another on a regular basis pounds and pounds of fish. Sometimes we're giving gifts Christina's you mentioned those all the time. Are they similar to what we think of? Crisanto is today in. What is a Christodoulos? Start with her pie and yes. They're very similar. Skopje has recipes for simple single cross pies as well as pies that. Have beautiful elaborate tops? Very elaborate pies in these banquets could actually have live animals in them that you would cut open and they birds would fly out for example sometimes pies medieval times. You wouldn't eat the crust because the crossed wouldn't have been palatable flower water right. It was just to hold the food and cook the food differently. Whereas in this period of time you're starting to see flaky crusts and this is where you start to see. Pumpkin and Apple Pie and quince pies and peach and Cherry and pies's we know them today. I have a little experience going back into the nineteenth century American cookbooks and it's sort of hard to translate recipes from that period to the modern times because the ingredients were different right. I mean sugar is not the same kind of sugar. We have today for example. Did you try to cook some of those Skopje recipes? And if so. Did you have problems of translating them? The recipes in Skopje. Cookbook are actually pretty straightforward I found that the majority of the ingredients could be easily sourced at least on the Internet. So did you end up with any recipes in your repertoire. Or these were all speech should stay in the sixteenth century. Oh No these recipes start to become you can see where the foundation of Italian food comes today. there's a. Pumpkin cheesecake pie across data. That I would definitely make again in super easy to make. It's something extremely delicious. Pumpkin cheesecake came from the sixteenth century sixties. No it's not actually when you read the recipe you start to make it. It's got a cream cheese which I interpreted as cream cheese It was probably something not quite the same but similar in texture record of cheese. It has The spices that we're very familiar with mostly cinnamon. The pumpkin could very well have been pumpkin from the new world at that period of time or at least a squash and it's like a Pumpkin cheesecake pie but not as fluffy as we would have in our pies today but delicious. So you get a sense you know. We always think now the twenty first century so modern people were so old fashioned hundreds of years ago but five hundred years ago if you read this book and they were quite modern. So do you get a sense that the food world has really moved on and gotten better or it's just different. I think or what's worse. Maybe it's a little bit of both. I think it's worse in some ways in the sense that we look at regional cooking and and organic cooking as a trend in some ways whereas that's what you did and Skopje took great care in the cookbook to explain the foods from different regions and he had great respect for foods in different places. He was very obsessed with seasonal ingredients and was interested in bringing in flavours from different areas whereas an Italian cooking today. Everything is very very regional if you go to Rome. You're not necessarily going to get the same food that you're going to get in Bologna or in Venice so I think that there's there was a shift in Italian cooking very definitely but I think that he he started us all out and it's different but we can learn a lot. I think by looking back at him. Chris. Thank you very much The chef secret the story of Bartolomeo Skopje. Part fiction and part history. Thank you thank

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Major League Eating to hold 'Quarantine Challenge'

Steve and Ted

00:46 sec | 5 months ago

Major League Eating to hold 'Quarantine Challenge'

"Most major league sports canceled because of the pandemic but as FOX's Tonya J. powers reports there is one event coming back we may not have Major League Baseball or the NBA or hockey for a while but sports fans will be glad to know that major league eating is still on eight of the world's top competitive eaters will participate in the bed online quarantine challenge which is a bracket style contest the race against each other and the clock in four rounds of competition the six day event starts with the two pound Bologna qualifying round then the milk and cookies around with the family pack of oreos and a gallon of milk followed by the baked beans round and lastly the ten pack Cup noodles Fanelli social distancing will be followed as competitors will participate on video from their

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A Message of Hope Series: Dave Ramsey, Rachel Cruze, Ken Coleman

Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

07:48 min | 6 months ago

A Message of Hope Series: Dave Ramsey, Rachel Cruze, Ken Coleman

"It's just a hard time in our culture right now certainly in the United States and for that matter around the world so the first thing we wanna tell you this I'm old you can tell I've been there and we're GonNa get through this. You're okay going to work out. I was there when Y. Two K. Was going to end the world and it didn't and businesses went crazy and jobs were amiss and the economy was crazy and I was there after nine one one. Some of you weren't born yet understand but there was a time there that we really worried in America and we grabbed hands and we were unified but the stock market took us on a ride and the economy took us on a ride. I've been through a couple of flu. Breakouts of different names and people were scared. Nothing like this particular virus or scared. Everyone but I've watched a lot of people be sick. And it's it's a sad time in America in that regard went through two thousand seven two thousand and eight and I did one hundred seventy eight media hits and about seven days in those days because it was crazy and I was trying to tell people to calm down to not cash on everything and not abandoned. Hope because if you haven't noticed there is one thing more contagious than this virus. And it's fear it's airborne and people me you don't social distancing won't even help it's coming through your television screen. It's coming through. Your news feeds on your computer. It's coming from friends and relatives who normally were pretty level. Headed people better panicked right now or at least scared or at a minimum concerned. So just hear me loud and clear your okay. We're GONNA get through this twelve months from today. You can write it down right now and you can send me hate mail if you want if. I'm wrong but twelve months from today we're GONNA look back on this and go. Wow that was rough. We got through it the same thing. We said about those other calamities in crisis that I just outlined COUPLA principles that we're going to get into tonight number one is my friend. Art Laffer says no one makes good decisions when they're panicked or when they're drunk out some of your both some of your chosen one over the other. Some of you are just panicked or at just in a moment in time just in a five minute period of time you can become panicked and do something that takes years to get. Your family passed the mistake that you make while you're out of control. Your critical thinking skills. Just dissipate when you're panicked. You've got to calm down. Calm down our friend and other personality Dr John Bologna. He's a crisis counselor and he says when you're in a crisis facts are your friends facts or your friends and you have to control your input. What is coming into? Your brain is a continual news feed of fear. You watching the news channels. Twenty four seven. I gotTa tell you there's very few people have strong enough spiritual constitution to do that and not cave to the fear. I don't do that. I'm a part of that media. I'm on all the shows on all those stations. Those people are my friends that I I am not going to sit and feed my brain that all day long. My friends exemplary used to say when he was alive he said every morning i read the Bible and read the newspaper that way. I can tell what bowe shots are doing. So this is real. You got you have to control your inputs. And you have to have self control over your emotions when you're panicked. Some of you are You're just melting down. You've lose your ability to make good decisions other times. You're getting Maine and you're being nasty each other or your shaming people on your facebook page. Because they didn't do exactly what you thought they ought to do one way or the other but people that are normally nice people when they get in this funk emotionally or being very unkind some of. You've been unkind to your own family and you ought to be ashamed of yourself. So you've been unkind to someone in the drugstore because they walked across the Dadgum Blue Line and you lost. Your mind calmed down. We need a lot of generosity right now. The Bible says I'm a person of faith if you don't know in the Bible says Jeremiah. God says I've got a plan for you and it's not to bring you Har- it's to bring you hope. Hope IS GREATER THAN FEAR. But it's a choice and no one can take your hope and no one can steal your hope. You have to surrender it. That's what has to happen. Otherwise you're not there and Rachel we were talking about this idea of just having a little bit of grace in our lives and we were talking about what we're going to say tonight. Yeah Maher theme through tonight really about controlling the controllables and how key that is In this process and that includes your emotions and your grace for people Kristie Right. Here's another one of our Ramsey personalities. Were friends we're talking on the phone just last week when all this stuff was happening and she made a great point and she just had we just extend massive amounts of grace to people. Because you never know what someone else is dealing with right. Because I'm like there's the two extremes of how people are dealing with it it's either like this is all crazy. I'm going to do whatever I want. Or it's the ones that are all you know. They're they're freaked out to do anything and each side looks at each other and they just they they they spew shame and Hay and everything. And I'm like man you know no matter what side you're on look at the other side because both both need grace and I think that's really important to remember that with your friends. Your family It is a time just to say you know what they're handling things differently than I would But I'm going to just take a deep breath myself and extend that when we're talking about United Teaching Leadership. Sometimes we're in these different settings you know when people are under pressure. Sometimes it's just financial pressure. We're talking about sometimes. It's other things but when they're under pressure it's the the bad parts of their character revealed sometimes and sometimes the best parts of their character reveal and and you need to be real careful to control that. That's something you can control. Yeah I think you're speaking to influence here not just for leaders but for all of us that I love the point Rachel that you made about grace you know this is a time where in isolation when you are around just your friends and family That they're looking to you to see what your cues are. How are you handling all this uncertainty? How are you handling the bad news? You know matthew five fourteen Dave Rachel says you're the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hidden. Think that's a strong challenge to all of us to realize that in that verse. We realized that we have the opportunity in uncertainty. You could say dark times. We have the opportunity to be light as individuals as leaders. And we are all exposed in this. This is not a state crisis. This isn't a United States crisis. This is a global crisis and it is affecting everyone and each of us has a responsibility. David Rachel to realize that we are a city set on a hill in that we are doing life with some people closer than maybe we've been doing life with them in a long time due to this isolation and so it's really important as we get to this team tonight. What can you control? And we're GONNA talk through that tonight but really controlling Dave our response and there's going to be times where we all get squeezed and it reveals the ugly side of us and we all have the ugly side but we can choose this moment to say. Ooh I don't like that and I've got to change that because I am a light and I wanNA shine in uncertainty so I I think that's a wonderful challenge for all of us right

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The US has reported over 480 coronavirus cases

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:10 min | 6 months ago

The US has reported over 480 coronavirus cases

"And the number of cases of corona virus in the United States has risen to over four hundred and eighty cases good afternoon I'm give foster case CBS news time twelve thirty one CBS news update Washington state governor Jay Inslee says expect more cancellations of events as the corona virus continues to spread not necessarily quarantine but reducing the number of social activities that are going on and we need to make decisions about that looking forward looking with the modeling suggests the infection rate will be going forward and this will be could be hard for the public he spoke on CBS's face the nation coronavirus cases in Italy have soared this weekend in just the past day the total number went up twenty five percent from over fifty eight hundred to more than seventy three hundred and the death toll rose more than fifty percent the BBC's Bethany ballots from Bologna there are people here initially saying is this all coming too late should these measures have been taken before now I want to be doing to our economy if you're shutting down even possibly cities like Milan which is it's it is financial

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Millions locked down in Italy as government announces sweeping quarantine

KYW 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 6 months ago

Millions locked down in Italy as government announces sweeping quarantine

"People through the gates of the will carry out the champion prime minister just sepi conte today announcing a sweeping quarantine in the northern regions of this country trying to stop the rampant spread of the coronavirus movements of a quarter of a million of Italians restricted police will be able to have powers to stop people in awesome why that moving in and out B. C. correspondent Bethany bell in Bologna it's a partial lockdown it's not the sort of situation we've seen in areas of China where there was a much more stringent thing bought it it is what it to these government called a national emergency over the last week the number of infections has continued to rise at least two hundred thirty three deaths in Italy nearly six thousand confirmed cases off the California coast three grand princess cruise ship with at least twenty one virus cases aboard among passengers and crew expected to dock tomorrow

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Now with More Regional Sports Network Fees!

Marketing Over Coffee

07:38 min | 7 months ago

Now with More Regional Sports Network Fees!

"We are here February middle of quarter. I don't know it seems like there's quite the hangover from end of year. Things have been kind of quiet even on the news. Front to there wasn't a ton of stuff But you had when you're looking at supposedly a lot of angst on the weather maps about changes to Google search results. Yes search engine. Watch and search engine. Roundtable were saying that There was a pre substantial rankings. Jumping around few days ago that lasted for almost a week. Which is unusual for them. These days made no statement about algorithm changes but a lot of webmasters are noticing rankings. In placements jumping up and down a lot of changes and it has settled down since then so the evergreen reminder is if you haven't logged into your search console lately now it'd be a good time to do it and see if it particularly if there are certain pages that you see a massive amount of volume just vanish from might be time to go and figure out why you got wacked in the knees or those yeah and get back on base that. Dr Pye had shared an article talking about The zero box you know at the at the top were snippets shop there and that's actually now being considered one of the ten posts but the more interesting than that was over on the right side. Where sometimes you get video media clips? A lot of sites are blocking that trying to shut that down so those that get refused because they don't want those snippets up there but another group had come in saying. Yeah but the problem is. That's where the audio search results get pulled from that right media snippet so if you wack yourself over there you're gonNA lose your shot on audio and smart speaker and of course there's only one result on smart speaker. Either get to you. Don't you're dead. I don't know what do you think about that you know. There's been a lot of chatter this. We'd have seen about smart speakers and like we'll smart speaker ever come round as a marketing. Venue the challenge and the reason why marketers really don't like audience. Smart Speaker is exactly what you said. It's the one result you get one shot? If you're not number one year you literally are nothing. And so it's quite a challenge to get to that and the trick there is. We've been talking about this for. I don't know five years now is you've got to build your brand. You've got to build your brand and has got to be a memorable enough brand that silicon. Recall it when they're talking to you know they're smart speaker on saying. Hey Google tell me when trust insights is open right and Google's got to be able to recognize it but more importantly customers got and remember it and if you don't have that brand power than smart speaker yeah it's going to be no help to you. Yeah you'RE NOT GONNA GET ANYTHING. Done it in the same vein to purchasing via text message. Walmart is closing down their service that they had for buying via text. It was interesting. They took this whole model. That was completely as far away from the Walmart model you could get. Was You know? Urban City people texting to buy stuff and having it delivered straight to them and saying that it the peak it was losing fifteen thousand a year per member which is kind of that's kind of Bologna metric. You know saying that like the dividing the whole expenses the company by the existing customer base. Because that's what ramping up is all about but I was more interested just in the idea of buying via text. Do you think that can take off or is that kind of going too far down the shopping experience? All think about that I mean. What have we become accustomed to? We open that companies relevant happen by inside there right. You open up the Amazon Apple. Whatever and you buy in there and indeed for those things that aren't a lot of cases you open up what pay pal or van Mo or whatever the payment system of your choices and that's what you do it so it seems like a stretch to go the text message out to win. It's just as little effort for consumer to open up the Walmart APP on their phone and especially if they're all payment information to save verification process and things. I don't know why you'd go almost. It's not the same but almost strikes me as like by by fax. Yeah right right I can. I can see where you're coming from especially because you just lose everything. Now you're just sending text via the the text protocol and as opposed to when you're in the APP now there's still tracking your round and they can serve up stuff that suggestions based on previous orders and like you said the payments already locked in so. Yeah that's that's a great point. Why would you kind of waste time going on that route if you've got him locked into the APP and even better yet take that fifteen k? A year you're losing and gives every customer a thousand bucks to spend for free on the APP. You would in theory be better off. Yeah Oh totally you blow up the APP store. They're the the the other thing. Is that if you if you're looking for aren't guard ways. Walmart has a massive disadvantage. If you're looking for ways to get people to buy something guess what. Smart Speaker is a great way to do that. Except for one minor problem the largest smart Speaker Company also speed world's largest e-commerce company. Yeah I don't think we're going to see any walmart results coming up number one speech queries anytime soon. No no yeah. It'll be interesting to see how that that fight shakes out too because still at some point. You have to believe that they're like yeah. Anytime anybody to buy anything we go look at Amazon. I no matter what it was. They had Amazon. Losing some ground in the space. Actually both Amazon and Google losing ground because a lot of these third parties sonos and other speakers gain some ground during the quarter. And I don't know I find that a little bit interesting. That's kind of cool that these are better fidelity stuff you know. This is stuff that people really want the music or the speaker but then of course the the flow would that logic is just because somebody bought asano smart speaker. Maybe they're just buying a Sonos speaker and don't really care at all about the fact that it's smart so yeah in fact. I wouldn't even say you're you can't say directly that you're losing share just because there's more sports aren't speakers out there. It's all about how much they actually get used right exactly and who system they integrate with both Google and Amazon have ap is and stuff for a third party smart speakers to talk to them to be able to leverage. You know a the Alexis the googles of the world. Ibm has one Fritz chat assistance in a very distant third place unfortunately there so the question is for lights party manufacturers or as well WHO's system? You're going to go with. Who who do you? Who Do you want to be locked into? Yeah where do you want to place your bets and it was interesting over Valentine's Day the air pods pro. Where a number one later. I notice even sold out for a couple of days or on Amazon. Able to get them and at the same time. Echo buds drop down to eighty nine bucks at one point which that was almost like an impulse. Buy For me. I came very close just to grab him for the sake of it and then I looked yesterday and their backup at one thirty or wherever. They're they're at so the Valentine's Day sale is over in. Your shot is over that but yeah the idea of kind of smart ear. Buds IS PRETTY INTERESTING. But yeah not taking the plunge just yet on that. Yeah but it is interesting too late when you step back and look at where every place Amazon trying to cram luxa microwave ovens ear buds jewelry eyeglasses. They clearly know that. Whoever wins the smart assistant space is going to win the commerce space and so You know I like this. One reminder in my blogging notes thing to do a fun thing like inappropriate uses of smarter systems like you know putting specific devices that you really don't want a smart in a comedy episode of something down the road but when think about it where else can they put these devices. That are listening all the time and are ready to take your order the moment you think of something to buy. That's the play and people who can't recognize that are going to be at a severe disadvantage. Yeah yeah that's that's what you want to lock in.

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Impeachment trial of President Trump continues

News, Traffic and Weather

05:19 min | 8 months ago

Impeachment trial of President Trump continues

"Baloney this is an effort to overturn the results of one election and to try to interfere in the coming election that begins today in Iowa and we believe that the only proper resolved before applying the golden rule of impeachment if for plying the rules of impeachment that were so eloquently stated by members of the Democratic Party the last time we were here the only appropriate result here is to acquit the president and to leave it to the voters to choose their president White House counsel Patsy Bologna at closing arguments of the impeachment trial of president trump John McConnell is a professor at Georgetown law school what about this argument from the president's attorneys house managers argued quite the opposite so we Lofgren said today if the impeachment in election years was not to be our founders what is said no yes there is no exception written into the constitution for a certain kind of high crimes and misdemeanors that bear upon elections being off limits if anything I think the house managers have the stronger argument here namely that the very conduct at issue in this case bears upon the crowd credibility of our elections so it's not an argument to elect a president go ahead and campaign when he's shown himself to be untrustworthy and willing to to bend the rules and break them what about the appeals to the founders professor Mikhail that we kept hearing really from from both sides as they tried to to couch their their arguments within the the framework of the constitution yeah it's very telling that both sides really went for originalist arguments that it is in some sense it's a reflection of just how strong the gravitational pull of originalism has become in our political and legal culture neither side really took issue with the idea that the correct touchstone or the correct a measure of the impeachable info fences and high crimes and misdemeanors and so forth want to be what the founders intended or what they wrote into the document and apps revealing their other legal and constitutional issues where the the arguments would really go in another direction say for example what counts is cruel and unusual punishment where most persons agree that really the standards that ought to be applied in that kind of a context are contemporary standards not necessarily eighteenth century standards yeah and we kept hearing that from from the the democratic house managers that what the president was accused of is exactly what the the founders meant and certainly the opposite from from the other side which is it what what did the founders intended well does on this point it doesn't matter I think everyone thinks that the history at least matters whether or not it's dispositive I think of another question but really on this question again I have to side on the merits with what the house managers were arguing in the following sense the president's lawyers questioned whether abuse of power counts as a high crime and misdemeanor and they argue that it doesn't the problem with that is that the single most important impeachment that matter to the founders with the impeachment of a man named Warren Hastings in Great Britain it was happening in the British parliament at the very time that the constitution was drafted the chief prosecutor of Hastings was Edmund Burke of political theory fame who used to be incidentally a hero to American conservatives Edmund Burke is one of the people that they tend to look to for their founding ideals and ideas and Berks the peach impeachment Hastings makes quite clear that abuse of power was in fact a high crime and misdemeanor that was the language that was used in Great Britain in seventeen eighty six eighty seven eighty eight just at the time that the constitution was being drafted and ratified and we have evidence in the records of the constitutional convention that Hastings impeachment was discussed by the framers so it's really very hard for the president's lawyers to deny that the views of power is an impeachable offense or could count as a high crime and misdemeanor in light of this kind of historical evidence there was also this other argument we heard it from from can start that in a any invoke deflate gate he said we don't have depleted footballs that's one of the rules and and you guys didn't follow the rules pointing it at Democrats saying that this whole impeachment just wasn't proper ugh the end and you know it was a little rich to hear him to cry the age of the era of impeachment that in large part Ken Starr may of started but it is their real quick professor McCullough the did anything to his point no I don't think so I mean that the as you say that really was an exquisite case of the pot calling the kettle black but as as far as the substance of the matter the constitution it is very simple in the powers of delegates to the house to impeach and to the Senate to try impeachments there are no restrictions on how the house Kerry's that out that are written into the constitution and there are really only a couple of data points so the and

Legal teams make final pitch before impeachment vote Wednesday

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 8 months ago

Legal teams make final pitch before impeachment vote Wednesday

"The president's lawyers argue the impeachment is aimed at overturning the last election and interfering in this November's and it's not up to the Senate to pick the commander in chief leave it to the voters to choose their president but lead house impeachment manager Adam Schiff mock to White House counsel Patsy Bologna's argument he's guilty as sin but can we just let the voters decide ship says no because they know the president cheated to win at one election and we'll do it again one hundred percent it takes a two thirds vote to remove the president's meaning his acquittal is all but certain in the GOP led Senate come Wednesday Sager make Donnie Washington

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Testimony coming? Abrupt acquittal? Trump trial edges on

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 8 months ago

Testimony coming? Abrupt acquittal? Trump trial edges on

"The Senate votes tomorrow on whether they will be witness testimony as Democrats are demanding war in abrupt end of the trial with the president's expected acquittal which is more likely today the focus is on trump lawyer Alan Dershowitz arguing yesterday that a president who believes his reelection is in the national interest is essentially a mute from impeachment for whatever he does in support of that idea Dershowitz now says he was misunderstood but Adam Schiff and Democrats pounced that argument if the president says it can't be a legal fail and Richard Nixon was forced to resign but that argument may succeed here while Democrats argue the president must immediately be removed both from office and the ballots White House counsel Patsy Bologna's warning of the consequences they would tear us apart for generations Sager make on the at the White House

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As vote on witnesses looms, Trump legal team tells impeachment trial: 'Time for this to end'

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 8 months ago

As vote on witnesses looms, Trump legal team tells impeachment trial: 'Time for this to end'

"The Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has told Republicans he does not have the votes to block witnesses at president trump's impeachment trial the report coming after the president's legal team wrapped up opening arguments in the trial correspondent Andy field has more tonight one of the president's lawyers Pat's a Bologna ending the day saying reject these articles of impeachment for our country but democratic senator Chuck Schumer says fired national security adviser John Bolton can confirm or deny if the president held military aid to help in his next election you can bring Bolton right into this chamber any can swear under oath something at least for Republicans must okay and the president is threatening a court fight to

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Italy's Salvini loses 'aura of invincibility' in Emilia setback

BBC Newshour

03:56 min | 8 months ago

Italy's Salvini loses 'aura of invincibility' in Emilia setback

"To Italy now and Matteo salvini leader of the country's right wing anti immigrant league had invested much time and energy in his attempts to win the election in the region of Emilia Romagna however in a closely fought contest the left wing Democratic Party and governor Stefan open a genie prevailed addressing cheering supporters Mr Banacek bona Cheney said he'd like to see his success repeated across the country and he called for more civility in politics what is the Charlie Charlie that terminal the blanket is of the now let's face it these protesters who call themselves the sardines so the two filling the squares and asking for a politics it's not just composed a full guarantee anger and resentment the more polite and peaceful politics one that is respectful of those who should not be considered enemies but only political opponents well let's go to a silly now and speak to our correspondent up mark Levin marker a significant defeat for Matteo salvini area a pretty significant defeats runs here because he was throwing everything that's trying to win this regional election just a reminder of where this is its immediate on mine yeah region of northern Italy that is the home of Ferrari Lamborghini rich cities like Bologna Palmer and Montana and it is being the stronghold of the left since the second World War and so my things and Vini aims to trying to wrest control of the media manana believing that if it fell to the fall rights to to the rights of the far right that he could potentially that content to destabilize the government coalition and from fresh elections which polls suggest he would win and therefore he would become its lease first fall right pocket as prime minister as it happens there was a mass mobilization by the left they used this street movements they were called the son teams that you hurt the roof referring a referral to that in that click buy stuff and I've won a genie it was a big anti sodomy street movement and they managed to hold on to it with a fairly comfortable win of a fifty percent so it is a big blow to Montana some Vinny and his hopes of managing to come back and to to to to to to to get control of any of the money for the first time in seventy five yes the anti right wing movement that you mentioned how much of it was informed by the desire for more civil discourse in the political landscape well they certainly feel at the antics of the movement that that but there was something he represents he treats discrimination the ghosts of its lease wartime parts they say that he is neo fascist that he even evokes echoes of Mussolini he strongly rejects or that he says that he simply wants to make Italians proud to be Italian again but he is a you know he's got a hard on to my good line a couple of weeks ago during the campaign he went up to the the house of a Tunisian family in the region and rang the doorbell and said all you drug dealers that please his supporters they see him as a kind of hard to sort of your stress a kind of a people's man a man of the people but his opponents say he is somebody who's very very divisive and they would very much like civility to returns with how in politics but the thing is that he also represents change in in a fairly kind of dry and also fight Italian political scene in and that is something that that that refreshes many of his supporters so yes he's failed in to to win I mean there are mine yet but he will be back and he will be very much a force to be reckoned with from the sidelines from the opposition side lines of Italian politics and he will he will very much either hope that that he will be able to win a future regional election I'm forced to a a collapse of this fairly unhappy shaky coalition government the rules it's at the moment mark learn how correspondent at in a silly joining us from the capitol in grand

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Salvini looking for redemption in Italian regional elections

BBC World Service

00:41 sec | 8 months ago

Salvini looking for redemption in Italian regional elections

"Voting is beginning in local elections in the Italian region of Emilia Romagna it's being seen as a showdown between the government and the far right party of Matteo salvini mark Levin reports a median Romagna is home to Ferrari and Lamborghini and rich cities like Bologna and Palmer and it's been the stronghold of the left since the second World War but Matteo salvini is hoping for a political shock by winning control in the regional election with his heart and T. microcline and promise of change if he clinches it Italy's shaky coalition could collapse from the pressure which might Spock elections that could sweep him to power as the country's first fall right populist prime

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President Trump's attorney accuses Democrats of trying to interfere with 2020 election

Leo Laporte

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

President Trump's attorney accuses Democrats of trying to interfere with 2020 election

"News room president trump defense attorneys have wrapped up their opening statements for to day in the Senate impeachment trial White House counsel pets a baloney says the Democrats are trying to manipulate the twenty twenty presidential election through impeachment for all their talk about election interference that they're here to perpetrate the most massive interference in our election in American history and we can't allow that to happen to Bologna says with the Democrats allege president trump has done is a violation of the constitution history obligation to the future and trust in the American people the president's defense team has sixteen more hours to present their case that starts

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Trump lawyers open impeachment defense

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 8 months ago

Trump lawyers open impeachment defense

"With the Senate in for a rare Saturday session a White House counsel Patsy baloney argued the president did nothing wrong in dealings with Ukraine and Democrats know it they're here to perpetrate the most massive interference in election in American history said Bologna and other lawyers repeatedly accused Democrats of holding back key facts during their three days of opening statements promising senators will now get the truth in longer sessions next week but Tory leader Chuck Schumer says great let's have more information save the trump presentation under line Democrat demands for witnesses and documents we thank the president's council for one thing they made our case even stronger Sager mag Connie at the White House

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Love Chicken Nuggets? Thank Cornell Poultry Professor Robert C. Baker

Your Brain on Facts

04:38 min | 8 months ago

Love Chicken Nuggets? Thank Cornell Poultry Professor Robert C. Baker

"Future food scientists. Robert Baker was a boy when the Great Depression cut the legs out from under Americans especially early in the plains states where years of irresponsible agriculture practices led to the dust bowl. The Baker family which raised fruit in the summer and chickens pins in the winter. Had to get good at making a small amount of food feed as many people as possible. This way of thinking stayed with Robert through his years us at Cornell University where he majored in pathology the study and cultivation of fruit he graduated in forty three and went to work for the Cornell cooperative extension as a liaison between the university research centers and local farmers World War to increase the demand for chicken and the poultry. Three farmers had developed ways to grow their output including advances in genetics and feet but when the war was over the demand dropped farmers. Farmers didn't want to give up income by decreasing production so they had to find ways to increase the market for chicken from simple old timey market stalls to mid century injury grocers chickens were almost always sold whole which people were finding increasingly inconvenient as opposed to be for poor which came in cuts. Meanwhile Baker had begun to develop more of an interest in that aspect of his family's business the chicken raising he was hired by Cornell as an assistant professor in poultry science tasked with finally ways to encourage people to eat more chicken he and his team worked in a lab filled with grinders blenders and deboning machines jeans trying to develop test and taste new chicken products they created chicken Bologna chicken sausage chicken hot dogs and chicken patties. SHRIMP AROUND SUIT SHRIMPS DO SHRIMP Salad. Shrimp Input Titles Shrimp Burger Shrimp Sandwich. Last best westbound it. They also developed the broiler chicken a two to three pound chicken. More attractive to consumers and quicker to produce for farmers and found ways is to encourage people to eat more eggs. His most important achievement was a method that process chicken which allowed the meat to be shaped in any way possible. This gave birth to Baker's greatest invention. The chicken stick Baker in a student figured out a way to keep the ground chicken meat together and get a delicious batter to adhere to it. I put raw chicken and a grinder with salt and vinegar to take out the moisture. Then they added powdered milk and mashed up grains which helped to hold it together. Are they molded. The process chicken into sticks pros them dip them in battering cornflake crumbs and I again. They developed a package contested it at a local supermarket within six weeks. They were selling two hundred boxes a day. If I'm saying Baker invented the chicken nugget. Why isn't his name is well known as Ray KROC or even the McDonalds brothers? Baker didn't patent is chicken sticks or anything that he and his team created said Robert Grovonni Cornell professor who studied under Baker. He literally gave ideas away and other people patent at them. Plus Cornell had published the whole process and all of his recipes in the April nineteen sixty three issue of agricultural economics research publication that was distributed for free to over five hundred companies including McDonald's in nineteen seventy seven the McGovern report was released urging Americans for the first time to eat eat less red meat burgers took a real. Pr Hit and sales dropped. People wanted chicken and McDonald's wanted their money so they began to make their own frozen breaded chicken product using Baker's process though their shape circled the bell boot ball and bow in March in nineteen eighty. Fifteen Knoxville Tennessee. McDonald's debuted a new product the chicken mcnugget it set sales records and soon chicken nuggets. Were we're at every McDonald's worldwide over two billion servings and that can be anywhere from four to twenty nuggets at time are sold each year which is not doing us any favors withhold obesity thing and. That's ironic when you remember that. It came from a desire to make scarce food go farther. Though Baker never saw revenue share from those billions of sales he did get inducted into the American Poultry Hall of fame in two thousand four. So he's got that going for him in which is nice.

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"bologna" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"bologna" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Hundred zero down your your first episode is about bologna, the fat one and episode two will maybe three you not quite sure on the order yet will be about fatherhood fathers who are racing. The jury Talia this is because Conor Don and his partner. Stacey Kelly had a baby I think knowing days before nine or ten days before the Jerry started. So he's here for a really perfect. I think he's he's played a Blinder. There hasn't the rug which is go to wrong going home three weeks race in your legs to that too. Thought wrongly still in the picture as his name still loose still talk. Obviously today about the his performance yesterday time travel in general yesterday people still wondering what happened with Tom Dumoulin? How come he hadn't got closer to rogue lidge? I'm supposed to do after the finish tonight in check your voice, you hear after his is that of historic micro allies, those pronunciation bit ropey, but also talking about the the Tom tro to the top of the San Luca until special. But we did really well today as a team, and it also gives me a lot of confidence for for the next week that we can pull it off even stressful situations, it was quite hectic going into clients today and going into Donald's we were always fish positions of the bunch. So it was good. You've had a few hours where you had a deter flex on yesterday. What's the conclusion twenty four hours on the just rogue Leitch was supersonic yesterday? That is definitely conclusion. But. Speaking from my own ride. I think I just didn't have that that real kick the real. After. Able to get yourself to places that you don't want to go, actually and. I wasn't able to. I had a solid ride. I was. Feeling. Good feeling nice. And but it was just not. You don't win a prologue with feeling noise and feeling good. He winning prologue by suffering. Like to debts that you cannot believe and that that wasn't possible for me. So just what was the kind of debris flaws night? From from Tom tro. What was the the overall verdict? Did he may be started a little bit too slow in the in the first part of the time trial trial of the sled part? But overall yet a good feeling on the time trials on the climb. Yeah. The roadways was outstanding. But the other three in front of a little bit similar in time. So yeah. At the end, we are satisfied with the result, your whole always hope for more. But it's it is what it is. And the fact that he went first of all favorites. I mean, he had no reference points. So I did that affect him. And was that reason maybe to put him off a little bit later. We just made the goal to goal to put him to them. I of the team and at the end at the drawing we were also the first team. So that was a little bit of coincidence that we was it was the first of the whole Beck. There was also his own choice we discussed the different which place he wanted to start so yet. Yeah. We couldn't do much about him being first one to start and nothing all the other favors Sosa started in the in the first block apart from part from Simon aids. So I think you had the choice that we made was good one and also still behind it. So and just have curiosity when you thinking, you know, which order you ride is going and was it consideration yesterday. The had the best time he would have to sit in the hot seat for three hours up there. Yeah. There was consideration. Also, that's maybe disadvantage on the other hand. We also went rogue Lee said he also had to do it. And. I mean, if it was really cold and raining, it was a bigger problem. Then was now thing so. Yeah. And on the other hand Tolson advantage..

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"bologna" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"bologna" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"You very much. Now unscrew nine episodes zero coming JIRA, Monday, Wednesday and Friday and episode one. Daniel is going to be all going to be like last son, the fat one actually. Not about it's not about you. Hall pointed he. With some point. Commie it Kombi you anyway, because. Anyway on the ball is the objection to the source being called Bala knee as or to the fact that it shouldn't be served spaghetti on both counseling certainly should never been with spaghetti and the actual bologna. As is the real one has Choon it believe, you'll know this is ridiculous. The the first one ever ever sort of made never called in. Bologna am had children it. Well, we'll get to the ball on was Richie's gonna hate this. But it was recently. Some kind of remember last year we had the World Cup recently. There was. Bolognese their most on as a World Cup. Not believe versus bologna and Napoli one. I am I gonna hate I like that. I mean, it's proper food. Last year about news. Toppy? Anyway, I've had Ragu for every day so far, and I'm gonna continue that tonight, but we need to finish the pump cost before we can go for dinner beef good. Good linked. Good segue. There's been a beef about some Yangtze's comments in the press conference yesterday. You were there Donyell and Siamese was bullish wasn't the incredibly bullish rich on well, the two questions on which he was particularly bullish and one he was who's the favorite for the jeopardy. How ya and he said me and with with no problem with that. We know that it was when elite sport person and you're trying to win an event what's wrong with saying. I think on the favorite I think it's to be applauded. But it was the the withering sort of monitoring which he was delivered. I think which was quite impressive. He's the only one who has to live up to that. He's also the only one in the field who. One the loss Grun tour on the calendar. And the other thing that came out of press comes to spin toes about a lot. Today's this comment about he made in immediately with roulette magazine, his rival shipping shitting them selves. This is getting a little bit Scott to me. Oh, wow. He stood by that history repeats itself. He stood. Well, it's funny. You should mention that London. Because I understand that these Yates his press conference on some of the comments he made in the press conference. I've been the subject of some in some webcam today amongst the riders. So I don't know whether he's intention was to sort of fire up his rivals. But I think he might have done Europe. See, right. Lionel I relish that. You know? I think we saw that kind of beef a couple years ago when I was leading the race in a lot of beef with Nibley and Chana Kintana. Yeah. And it was great. It was refreshing. It was good. That was Jerry. Yeah. Jiro, but unfortunately, not typical in the social media age where things get blown up, and I suspect the Siamese going to be immune to that morning other than he cares. I mean, he's not even on mice by city..

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"bologna" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"bologna" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"One of the greatest CT. She gets. Oh. Hold people all the time. He's by to the university university. He's asking is the people leaving will that wasn't Marlon Brando. Daniel who was host last night wasn't that their restaurant her there? I think the drug area they Lauro's very appropriate of the the while the chemists of the of the of the rose or pink probably actually slightly inappropriate vis-a-vis the jury tire. And Jerry time said earlier, the Bologna's known as the fat one also the the red one and the learned one got these three names, isn't it for its history of this university, and this politics very much so very much rich. The we will see focusing on the food because we need to learn well, read, maybe. We we ain't very well. Then we had a few specialities stunned to arrive in bologna anew revealed the mayor of bologna is trying to outlaw correspondence with him. Have you been corresponds with him? I think speak to him tomorrow buys compaign to rid the world of spaghetti bolognese. Story this. I didn't think you won't go into it. There's a big battle between bologna and not bully Napoli says the it should be spaghetti Alabama is in bologna spaghetti of never existed in bologna. They're very Celli which little worms, but they would never have them we go we've baloney source anyway, going to appear in episode one of Columbus. It will be mentioned Coloma zero. Well, nice mention Lionel zeroes, plus my hands grow. Thank.

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"bologna" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"bologna" Discussed on Bad Science

"And then and then you can or you just stop it with something while you're in there and kill it but i don't know what they're made of thermonuclear suicide i'll tell you on here take rapid in bologna like dawn baloney hygiene i hear you like eating airplanes while eat this airplane i put a little bomb yeah that's there's your sound there seems like there could be other ways a giant robot but if you're gonna make a movie make giant robot that's fun okay we'll speaking of that i wanted to play a little game here that we're calling i love that idea but do you have any gear more del toro i love that one too any more oh that one okay basically you know what games good when it has one of those ubiquitous entitles that can just be reused over and over again something clean easy to set up at we do this every sure so how do i play this game so marin i will be like studio executives trying to punch holes in your your film that you're pitching us and then and then we'll just ask you for a few other ideas before you go on your on your way and then i immediately l gays me ganim on you guys i love that sounds great he's a little more like druggy then i would assume that does sound like a like spanish guitar player he has like a soldier sexy kind of sounds like i don't know if you watch game of thrones but there was that one spend your yeah over on sounds like that like really cool yeah well perfect i'll do that poorly to all right great so so yeah here we are interior warner brothers or whatever whoever made.

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"bologna" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"bologna" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Not only does duck take your calls he was the winner of a mock arena dance contest in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight five oh one four three three zero zero nine two here is doc washburn on newsradio one hundred two point nine k a r ed all right so baloney school district said somebody goofed yesterday one of their employees at the bologna highschool should not have instructed young man to take the american flag down off his vehicle so it's a computer turned up we've got the we got the statement on facebook from the dad of the young man who was told to take the american flag off vehicle let me see if i can play this for you okay now i gotta i gotta take you gotta take that off mute okay let's back it up and here's what dad said hello america i just want to come on here and just it's been a spin a crazy day in a crazy evening but i believe that i believe that america has one today the people of america has supported one another in america's one i'd like to say that i appreciate the villani school district for rethinking their the rule that they had concerning the flags they've they've changed their rule and now the american flag and supposedly the arkansas flag have been they have said that that they they are allowed to fly the flags now and that's what this is all about guys it wasn't about me what about my son it was about america it was about each one of you that watched this supported this liked it shared it that's what it's about and it's about that right there in those who have fought and died for it.

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"bologna" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"bologna" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Y'all crazy say are y'all crazy no no no no no no bologna school district superintendent david stevens who himself is a former special ed teacher acknowledged from the witness stand friday that the district intentionally violated a hearing officers recent order the district readmit the boy who is protected under special education laws from being removed for more than ten days because quote we made a decision in the best interest of our kids unquote particulate after the february fourteen shootings at school in parkland florida the left seventeen people dead as one in a growing wave of school shootings i i don't say this very often when it comes to school superintendents but my hat is off to david stevens superintendent of loney a school district for for saying yeah yeah i know i know man it says that we're not supposed to suspend a special ed soon from school for more than ten days but this guy posing with a gun saney suicidal recording himself in a menacing voicing i fight to kill now i don't care what the rules are maybe i'll heard about what happened parkland that's not going to be on me rules no rules so i got to hand it to bologna school district superintendent david stevens i think he did the right thing roddy simmons principle of the schools freshman academy testified he was alerted the night of march i by the parents of another student that the boy had just posted a photograph on snapchat showing him holding a gun turned out to be a pellet gun and the words i love it when they run which is mother said our lyrics a recently released song by his favorite rapper all simmons principal the school's freshman academy satisfy the boy was suspended march six after another student told the march fifth at the boy had said an earlier conversation i just wanna fight someone and end up killing them and go to prison for the rest of my life and y'all saying he has be put back in he said the suspension and the district's desire to expel the boy centered on the snapchat post as well as other images and videos later found on the boys phone and the phone of another student including a photo of a classmate within the boy had been feuding with the other students had circled in red and y'all saying this this this young man he's back in.

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"bologna" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"bologna" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"The great things in bologna is that if a pastas really good they don't cook it in water they cook it in a rich broth made of cape on and safran and so on so the pasta taste even better and then it gets the appropriate sauce to go with it rug well a bowling is say is a a meat sauce it has nothing to do with the spaghetti l a bola news of the in london which is really ketchup in ground meat but it's a fantastic combination of carrots different kinds of meat milk that softens the meat justice touch of tomato a little bit of nutmeg it's a very sophisticated sauce but bologna to me also has the best food markets have any city of been to in the world and i was a student at the university of bologna and twice a day six days a week i will go to the market i go in the late morning to see what i felt like having for lunch i would by that and then it about six siri leave the i'd go to see what i felt like having for dinner and how many people shop twelve times a week but it was always such a pleasure because going and seeing the animation and learning i learned so much better food there because for example i would go and ask for tomato most places in the world they would say how many in bologna they say what are you using the tomato four and i would say will for ascoss other than you want this tomato if you want to the cook fish with you on that tomato because it has less acid and if you wanted to make a salad you use this tomato so you learn all about the ingredients the market sellers know everything about their products and they take great pride in giving you the best which is frankly not something you encounter everywhere sometimes they just try to get rid of stuff that they can't sell in bologna it would be a crime to give you lessthanperfect food for what you want to cook.

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"bologna" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"bologna" Discussed on First and Last

"And so with that being said i think it makes it a lot easier to go out and look at these teams and identify i mean i'd say this point identifying a tops seven eight teams is really about aziz gotten try to whittle down to five now that may be a different story but listen that's what you guys at who's guys got us for all right don't fret we're here to help so that further do as he it's a very dramatic nfl music number five number five this is where i start to look at the new orleans saints this is the debate between the saints and the steelers right now in my mind the steelers who have been as high as to win some weeks for us here but a team were we've seen the wart start to show up in the last couple of weeks there's been difficulties on the back end with his defense that i think we knew were there but when you had some injuries that second buried a group that is traditionally been the problem for them the eyes continue the torn and we know they've already done that in pittsburgh by mike tomlin zone admission look forward towards that week fifteen matchup for the new england patriots who have traditionally been the ones to explore this weakness for this team answer coming off to save lacklustre performances based on the competition cincinnati there were a lot of extenuating circumstances and it was a great gritty comeback wendy show you with the teams about but new orleans i've just been so impressed with their style of play they get a nice division win as well at home and a close game but the way they continue to do this.

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"bologna" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"bologna" Discussed on First and Last

"In a somewhat accurately pointed out on the one in her flowerscom twitter feed friend of ours the former mall santa asphalt soared soldier says i a former mall santa i've just one word for you moms all right whatever gitsham two rebel anyway you guys continued vote there the voting is close voting is very close and that's all i seek in this is to make you guys have to think a little bit thinking a little bit has gotten decidedly easier when you're trying to power rank nfl teams by the way it's up we do every week around this time give you a little catch up on who top teams in the nfl are and i feel like we've really started to separate the wheat from the chaff and a lot of those we started the sea and whether that's record wise performance wives or anything else just in general i think you're getting a better look at these nfl teams then we have recently because late in the year your the more fully formed version yourself like i always talk about in college football certainly the losses in november awaited by the committee more severely because at that point in time you're supposed to be the team that you have built your season around being and in the nfl we know it takes four or five weeks before you get out of that dole dream of training camp dealing with the new cba the offseason it takes a while four teams that turnover in change as much as nfl teams to to become themselves and so this time of year would only make sense that you would be playing the football that's most emblematic of the identity the you guys have sought to form since training camp.

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"bologna" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"bologna" Discussed on First and Last

"And all of a sudden you get to a place where you realize the vets just how it's got to be going four because you've established that precedent the compromise we make it so i applaud doug marrone for sticking to what he does and what he knows that first and last podcast hunter flowerscom twitter feed is where you can find our second pole of the day so we've given you guys twenty five days of decisions happy jim cutler never going to get old it's christmas time and for those of you that are working longer advent calendar the way i am enjoying that perfect little amount of chocolate don't deprive ourselves of that by the way as we grow old silicate have that perfect amount of chocolate actually probably hearthealthy too you can justify that i don't know if it's dark chocolate or not lied yourself all right so holidays be easy anyway we also along the way like give you guys we'll something that you on every day in our first pole has gone a bit sideways it's gone down a path that i was afraid you guys take asia understand these things than trying to sell you but we want would you rather have you i managed or kirk cousins as your quarterback for just next season understanding the price disparity one guy has shown use got super bowl sealing the other guy we've yet to see that from and yet it still seventy percent in favor of kirk cousin so i understand the vet ship may have sailed you can keep going on that pole though however we've got another one that i think is gonna challenge you a little more the early returns would indicate that so far i'm right in this now we're very few votes in but hear me out would you rather be a mole santa or a salvation army santa.

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"bologna" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"bologna" Discussed on First and Last

"Aides plays this offseason but willie taggart now the former oregon coach has agreed to become the next head coach the florida state seminoles at this point so he is just the latest in line of what we've seen this offseason but these two things to me are tied together so we've got leandro ball who has left ucla left that program is father lavarra's come out and said that he's going to enter the nba draft he's gonna start preparing him all of these different things and we looked at this sideways because it's lavarra ball and it's because he's a guy that's include increasingly rubbed a lot of people the wrong way with his bravado with his attitude but move more increasingly i'd say at this point with the way that he is made decisions on behalf of his kids and we see them starting to creep in to how they affect that we saw the law of our ruled staples center the other night and now most people see this as a guy who is making this decision on behalf of his son and allowing him to help skate blame while lavarra ball was all over tv and radio the other day we've got cnn lavarra ball to add to the fold who talked about a lot of the reasons why he pulled the sun out of school we got passing aa oldenburg worry waiting two and three more certificate player not as one of the main reason went to conceal later to play basketball that's his pass but for them to prolong this and go on and on.

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"bologna" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"bologna" Discussed on First and Last

"Then we've seen in a while right now like you're seeing things become increasingly more problematic in the system as more money has flooded the pipes we look at what a production college sports have become we just got done with a weekend any fallout a couple of days full of some of these strongest reaction from passionate fans around the country about what happened with the four teams that made the college football playoff that is now in its four seasons that level of passion has made it as successful as it's bear them this is true for march madness this is true for any number of college sports that have become insanely popular and it's brought a lot of money to the sport all that popularity and i heard the monte jones on the right time of the monte jones make this point the other day that a lot of that is tied into the side dea that you've tried to make college athletics which began as a very regional idea with all these conferences into national brands you want these college sports to be consumed by everyone and consumed by the masses because it brings in more money understandable but now we're starting to see is what the problem with the flushing of money into this system does on every side because we obviously have the income disparity between the people that are on the field playing the sports and their coaches above them that are making all this money and what it's created is the dynamic that's a play right now with lavarra ball and his son lee angelo and willie tagar and a number of other coaches that we've watched.

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"bologna" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"bologna" Discussed on First and Last

"Yes obey salaries signing bonus he's a roster bonus and i gets a little higher yeah yearly cash sixty million dollars next year and that's if you you know takeover this current contract so all of this to say is that you can get you lie manning for the low low and on the other side you've got kurt cousins who we know is going to command some word the very least north of twenty seven twenty eight million dollars i mean they're talking about him in the thirty million dollar range when we have a young quarterback reaching the open market for the first time and kurt cousins as a guy who has certainly put up the numbers that would make you look long and hard at a guy like that in free agency but is a guy who i feel like a lot of the football world is still a bit unsure about is he a quarterback for you can count on at the super bowl level one that you would want to put in and plug in on one of these teams let's say where you would have to eat vat into what you've spent on creating some of your great defenses in certain areas we know he's got the links possibly to the forty nine ers of jimmy grabs may have something to say about that so would you take kurt bigmoney cousins with his price tag or fetchy lie manning out of the bargain ben for next year knowing that lesson he can catch fire when you when you super bowl or two it is possible first and last podcast first and last podcast college athletics is i think becoming a more interesting place underneath the water.

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"bologna" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"bologna" Discussed on First and Last

"Twenty five days of decisions richard two different songs built into that jim cutler who cuts all the voices for that by the way whole areas because you're used to hearing him drew almost be blockbuster movie summer voice it'll world like that's that's jim cutler the one that we know and you hear him on all these promos around espn the uptick in his voice for this twenty five days of decisions what compare that to this finally number one so you've got that and then this guy twenty five days of decisions and i mean this guy reads tons of stuff every day to record for people around the building and i would just love to imagine being in the room where they're like now j o r jim we're going to need you to say a more christmas like that is what it sounds like when you try and make your voice christmas and that's not even a statement that makes sense but they looked at him and they said no need more christmas so we give you guys twenty five days of decisions around the christmas season here and we are to bagger today we get to play too and the first one coming up in the days that we do to figure we give you one it's a little sports one that's a little not and i am very intrigued by our christmas question today because there is a great santa claus debate that has raged in my mind since the dawn of time.

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"bologna" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"bologna" Discussed on First and Last

"And i woke up hitting the end zone on antonio brown's touchdown that was flag there so both of those guys ended up getting a game and we did to that bad territory that i talked about yesterday which is that the nfl had to think about our at what happens if we go too high on suspending rob drunk housekey we start getting in the area of equating this sort of action with some of the egregious off the field marks that we had seen and that becomes dangerous territory when you get into assigning these arbitrary numbers to your suspensions but now you've open it up to the same thing on the other end where you had that the day before but he wasn't like a decision you made a while ago and forgot about you had this the day before and still came out and decided vet yo're going to it and this is a g exactly what you do in this situation when you make it a math problem like this is your quite these actions now and you look at this new say rob grand caskey in what he did is to us the same as would you juice misused her and i look did our own lewis riddick and tim hasselback ron nfl live of wendy nix yesterday and rightly slammed the nfl for its inconsistency in this area but simpson to me though now is when you look at the wrong situation and you look at the mike evans situation and you see okay now you to see the end result one game for growth one game for georgia local one game produce metsu sir how can you not subjectively sit here and say what grunted as much worse how can you now.

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"bologna" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"bologna" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"Some more scary on i can't pronounce house how 'bout that said it in italy called at bologna oh my god you want baloney comes from bologna how do we give bologna from bologna and swiss charred comes from switzerland or scary the cutest thing ever age that the the name hot dog actually come at a hot dog austria we found out i made everybody's like really hundreds of them who scheme for us to look at french fries because i think french fries originated in like some other chicken comes from the belgian waffle where's that belgium the judge baby comes from there to pay a pancake it's a date pancake dutch baby i wanted don't you blame it sounds like something you go look up on swedish fish for i dunno turban chocolate cake i feel like t right now at long all learn something new every day there's nothing wrong with admitting that you don't know everything now i mean he's listening when you work with bethany innate who basically no more facts about everything than we do here but it's not that it's just that we say bull crap but with authority and so you believe it like of you told me about the outer bridge crossing that bridge that connects staten island in new jersey you said it was named after a person named outer bridge and like that who was out of the ridge on the outside hill was over it why are you laughing they learning scary is having somebody revelations over here this morning i have to be honest with you half the time when you guys mentioned stuff i actually mean the corner googling visit your in your checking or your our fact it took me a really embarrassingly long time to realize that targets than bull was the target like that one just went right over my head deck and i still convinced that the starbucks mermaids dunes that naughty in that takes you i'm sorry little college knowledge.

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"bologna" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"bologna" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Alzheimer's that like thirty seven and my or my mino my like a orders like shaq full of crap and i don't care because i love it because of your true passion for bologna and mike have been women in my life who are being like i don't know if i can i can be with some one how're you baloney fingers the art yes i devoted fingers i'm not ashamed of it knew we shouldn't be and like me being ashamed of hot dog obsession yeah i mean like i'm sorry like i consider myself a foodie but gosh dang it like a widening white bread mayonnaise american cheese baloney what about a little spicy mastered i'll get in there was sacked by sea muster okay maybe some pepper flakes i dunno some extra russia yeah who knows who knows what friday gone that thing and now you're getting fan the yeah baloney does not you can't wash out the taste of baloney with a friday you need to really tastes at bologna it needs what they can be married you know yeah let's anyways they go together like cocaine him awful yeah and i think that the movie quote okay sometimes i like to pretend and funny but it's actually probably is a movie quote at the end of the day bologna now you not also it's funny is when people say something's bologna if it's like oh that's baloney that's ridiculous i'm bringing back i'm i'm going to see baloney all the time yeah but it is offensive to me as a man who thinks baloney is right be taken seriously as a sliced meet maybe we say it something good like oh yeah like if that's the bee's knees all that baloney oh yeah i like that okay yeah okay like dirt yeah like that's the bee's knees at the tits that's baloney yet the bologna maho though baloney.

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