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Charlie Breaks Down Unique Characteristics of the Georgia Electorate

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:47 min | 12 hrs ago

Charlie Breaks Down Unique Characteristics of the Georgia Electorate

"A fan of Brian Kemp, I've spoke about it openly and I believe that David perdue would be a great governor. Now, Donald Trump has endorsed David perdue as David perdue was mounting a primary challenge against Brian Kemp. But you must understand that the political landscape of Georgia is very much a good old boys network. It's a lot of local counties back slapping. Did you come to the local high school football game? Did you get good tickets at the university of Georgia football game? And I don't want to accuse Brian Kemp of anything illegal. That's not what I'm doing here, but it definitely is a patronage system in Georgia. Now, some states that really isn't the case. I can tell you right now, Arizona is not a good old boys network. There is that kind of McCain group in Arizona, but in Arizona, if you haven't lived here, if you just kind of moved here, you can, excuse me, you can kind of upstart and you can kind of run. Now you've got, of course, there's an establishment you have to navigate. But Georgia, it's a very much of a, who were you? Did you check the boxes? You know, were you able to take care of the right people? So Brian Kemp made a brilliant political move where he basically metaphorically neutered David perdue, where he put the more powerful Purdue, which was sunny perdue, I believe his name, which was, I think they're relatives on that mistake. I think their cousins and he appointed them to some sort of university board, which all but basically destroyed the fundraising ability of the entire Purdue network. So Kemp took care of a fellow Purdue in the family, which kind of, let's say, blunt was thwarted a lot of David perdue's ability to be able to continue to raise capital. Now, David perdue made a decision not to run for the United States Senate. That looks like it's going to be the great Herschel Walker. But Kemp worked the state, Kemp was able to maximize corporate donations. There's a lot of, there's a lot of powerful corporations in Georgia, CNN, obviously, is headquartered in Atlanta. I don't think they gave money to Purdue. Coca-Cola is headquartered in Atlanta, at least they said they hated Brian Kemp, Home Depot, was headquartered for quite a while in Atlanta, Delta Air Lines for a while was headquartered in Atlanta. There's a lot of there's a lot of companies that have a significant presence in the state of Georgia. It's a, it's always kind of prided itself on being a quote unquote, pro business state. To a fault, by the way, where Georgia invited Hollywood liberals for years via this phony and crony tax credit system where you bring in the Will Ferrell's and the Kevin Hart's of the world where they become like pseudo citizens of Georgia and they overly finance these elections. One of the many reasons why Georgia has become a battleground state which never should have become a battleground state. But

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Are American Tax Payers Funding the Border Crossers?

The Trish Regan Show

01:00 min | 19 hrs ago

Are American Tax Payers Funding the Border Crossers?

"As though The White House is aggressively working to protect all these people. The 700% increase, for example, a non citizen processing and care, while simultaneously kind of sticking it to the American taxpayers. I mean, it feels like the priorities are all kind of all over the place. If you look at what Americans are dealing with right now in terms of higher energy prices, the prices of the gas pumps being in an all time high and there's no desire, no will for whatever reason to get any of this under control. I've actually proposed a lot of different things. And yet you have no willingness from Biden and company to deal with the reality, which is why I led this podcast saying reality bites. And The New York Times is admitting it. We're going to get to that in just a second because it's a great headline. I really want to share with you. But before, I just want to point out that, look, we need as everyday Americans to stand up for American values. And

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Conservatives Fight Back Against Corporate 'Wokeness'

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:16 min | 1 d ago

Conservatives Fight Back Against Corporate 'Wokeness'

"With this whole corporate wokeness thing, I think a lot of conservative share my view that if you are a corporation who embraces this woke agenda who, among other things, subsidizes an assault on children and parents in public schools, which is what this gender bizarre nonsense really is. You are my enemy and I want to use all our political power to hurt you in retaliation to ensure that you don't do this again. It's not just live and let live. If you cross us, we're going to crush you. And that's what Ron DeSantis did in Florida. And frankly, I don't understand arguments that say corporation can use their culture and political power against us to achieve bizarre and damaging cultural goals. Yet I am we are somehow restrained from using our political power to defeat them. What do you think of that theory? Because I think a lot conservatives are beginning to subscribe to it. Well, there's been a long history of activist groups using boycotts to change the behavior of corporations. I mean, Jesse Jackson in the last 40, 50 years has spent most of his time doing that sort of thing challenging boards of directors, pressuring them, threatening boycotts. Companies do respond to that kind of stuff. And there's no reason that conservative groups couldn't do the same sort of thing. When you see something like this State Farm stuff and I think what we've seen is kind of a lot of business operates on fear, right? I mean, you've seen other businesses get swallowed up when some other company comes in does something better has a better idea, et cetera. So they will respond. So I think that this is actually kind of a healthy thing that we've seen after State Farm did this ridiculous thing that they've boom. They've completely 360 because they got some public exposure and pressure.

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Davos climate focus: Can 'going green' mean oil and gas?

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 d ago

Davos climate focus: Can 'going green' mean oil and gas?

"Government and corporate leaders at the World Economic Forum are debating whether oil and gas companies can or should be part of the future transition to renewable energies such as wind and solar The questions both practical and urgent as Russia's invasion of Ukraine has forced many countries that have depended on Russian oil and gas to make swift changes to energy supplies many energy experts argue that viable alternatives are already in place for example the costs of wind and solar have come down considerably in recent decades while efficiencies of both have dramatically increased at the same time other less mature technologies have promised but need massive investment to develop I'm Charles De

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An appeals court finds Florida's social media law unconstitutional

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 d ago

An appeals court finds Florida's social media law unconstitutional

"Federal appeals court ruled a Florida law on social media is unconstitutional a three judge panel concluded it was overreach for governor Ron DeSantis and the Republican led Florida legislature to tell social media companies how to conduct their work under the constitution's guarantee of free speech The ruling upholds a similar decision by a Florida federal district judge on the law It was part of an overall conservative effort to portray social media companies as generally liberal in outlook and hostile to ideas outside of that viewpoint especially from the political right a similar law is in effect in Texas tech companies want the Supreme Court to step in there I'm Ed

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Early Voting in Georgia Is up 200% From 2018 Midterm

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:57 sec | 2 d ago

Early Voting in Georgia Is up 200% From 2018 Midterm

"There were 15 companies issuing statements condemning Georgia's election integrity law. Do you remember that? You remember that, you remember the all star Major League Baseball. Those woke dummies. They fled the state. They moved the All-Star Game from Atlanta to lily white Colorado. Coca Delta Air Lines, Coca-Cola. Costing Atlanta millions and millions of dollars in revenue. In many cases, for black owned businesses and look at today, early voting in Georgia is through the roof. Up 200% from the 2018 midterms. Even up a 150% from the 2020 general election. That sound like voter suppression to you?

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Man fatally shot on New York subway train; suspect at large

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 d ago

Man fatally shot on New York subway train; suspect at large

"A random shooting on a New York City subway Sunday just before noon leaves a Brooklyn man dead and police searching for his shooter Police say 48 year old Daniel Enrique was sitting in the last subway car of the Q train as it was crossing the Manhattan bridge from Brooklyn on his way to brunch according to reports NYPD chief of department Kenneth Corey says witnesses tell police the gunman was pacing up and down And without provocation pulled out a gun and fired it at the victim at close range He says witnesses tell them there was no prior contact between the two the gunman fled at canal street police have video from the station and released photos Enrique worked for Goldman Sachs which says he was a beloved member of the company and they are devastated Julie Walker New York

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Pfizer says 3 COVID shots protect children under 5

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 d ago

Pfizer says 3 COVID shots protect children under 5

"Pfizer says three small doses of its COVID vaccine protect kids under 5 and it plans to give that data to U.S. regulators this week It's the latest step towards letting the littlest kids get the shots The 18 million tops under 5 are the only group in the U.S. not yet eligible for the COVID vaccine The FDA has already begun evaluating data from rival Moderna That company hopes to offer two kids a shot by the summer the FDA has set tentative dates next month for its scientific advisers to publicly debate data from Pfizer and Moderna while COVID generally is not as dangerous to youngsters as to adults some children to become severely ill or even die I'm Julie Walker

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New Disinformation Board Put on Pause Amid Criticism

The Trish Regan Show

01:28 min | 3 d ago

New Disinformation Board Put on Pause Amid Criticism

"Turning now to the government disinformation board, which has been put on pause. That is the best news of the week. I'll tell you. I certainly consider it that way because I'm a big believer in the government, not deciding what is real and what's not real. I think sometimes you know what the truth can be pretty darn messy. And you've got to hear a lot of different perspectives in order to really get it, right? And so that's so important, so critical and the idea that the government wants to take our taxpayer dollars to shut down information that they don't think is real or oversaturate, I guess, with the stuff that is real, or perhaps even dare I say pressure, big tech companies, to say, well, you know what? We don't want this. We do want that. I mean, they've been doing that. Let's be very, very clear. So I think it was natural and understandable that many Americans were offended by this whole idea of a government disinformation board. But there are some out there that are quite disappointed that it's over. And Nina jankowicz, who was the woman who was going to be in charge of this whole thing, and she briefly was, you know, for a few weeks, she's pretty upset. She's pretty upset because she thinks that, you know, we needed this. And so she told CNN and I quote, unfortunately, an ironically, we were undone exactly by a disinformation campaign coming from folks who apparently want to put our national security behind their own political personal political ambitions.

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Big Pharma Sees Big Money in Pushing Hormone Blockers

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:39 sec | 3 d ago

Big Pharma Sees Big Money in Pushing Hormone Blockers

"And the same pharmaceutical companies that pushed forward all these vaccines see a multi-billion dollar annual opportunity in trying to push this hormone blockers and puberty blockers. They're the ones that are pushing this. AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson. They have billions of dollars of drugs in front of the FDA right now in research and development phase one phase two phase three trials that they want to try to push to 5.6 and 70 year olds that might have transition regret. There has not been a gold rush in the pharmaceutical industry like this in decades. All they have to do is get more kids to want to think that they are what they're not, and they start to print more

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Are We on the Cusp of a Conservative Revival?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:09 min | 3 d ago

Are We on the Cusp of a Conservative Revival?

"What I do know, though, is that we shouldn't allow evil to spread just because we think Jesus is coming next Thursday, right? That's not the right, that's not the right, but anyway, I think that there's a conservative revival that we're on the cusp of where people don't just have a yearning for nostalgia, but they realize that if you allow what I call the locusts, which is the left, they will destroy everything that is good true and beautiful. Can you name one thing these people have captured and do not destroy? They've destroyed everything that they get control of. They've destroyed the Boy Scouts, which is a completely and totally obliterated. They destroyed classical music, Hollywood, professional sports, American politics, our tech companies. And it's because inherent they don't actually build new things, nor are they concerned with preserving good things, they just care about taking them over for their own very, very specific radical ideology. So the opportunity ahead of us is, wow, most people really want what they once had. That is a kind of a premonition, is a canary in the coal mine that people want to go back to the very roots. Well, the roots that built everything that built our country, which of course is the Bible and the Christian

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Dinesh D’Souza Explains Partnership With Salem Media Over '2000 Mules'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:21 min | 5 d ago

Dinesh D’Souza Explains Partnership With Salem Media Over '2000 Mules'

"And we've never really partnered like this. Talk a little bit about the importance of your team partnering with our team for 2000 mules. Well, first of all, I think it's to the great credit of Salem as a company. I mean, it's a public company to take on a topic like this that has so many minefields and so many risks, I think is a testament to the great courage of ALM in stepping behind this. The second thing that's kind of funny, Mike that I think you'll appreciate, as you know, Salem hosts are not of one mind on this issue. There was a lot of variety of points of view. Perhaps Eric metaxas and gorka leaning more to the idea of, yeah, that was stolen election, but certainly Dennis prager and Charlie Kirk and Larry elder were not on that same page. And when Salem first suggested to me the idea of putting the hosts in the movie, I wasn't quite sure how that would work. And then I got the idea of kind of bringing them together, telling them nothing about the movie, just talking about what they thought originally, then showing them the evidence and recording their spontaneous reaction. I knew they'd have a lot of intelligent questions, and I thought, well, those are going to be the questions on the mind of the audience. And then we'll sum up by asking them their conclusions. So it worked beautifully essentially what we did is we took this Salem host and made them part of the plot of the movie.

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We're Living in a Crazy Time of Free Speech Policing

The Trish Regan Show

01:16 min | 5 d ago

We're Living in a Crazy Time of Free Speech Policing

"We've had such a crazy time in terms of the policing of speech, courtesy of these big tech companies, and it's frustrating. Especially to me, certainly because look, I've been a journalist for 20 some odd years. I have worked for the world's biggest news organizations. I have won many awards from my reporting. And yet, occasionally, I'll do something really crazy. Like, I don't know, a video. On the yield of the ten year bond and I'll get a note back from YouTube owned by Google saying, this is insensitive content. Again, wait a second. I've been a reporter for a long time. Believe me, I know what sensitive or insensitive content is and talking about bond yields, on ten year note, no, no, no. I don't think so. But this is the world in which we live, and which conservatives are unfairly penalized. And yet the garbage that they send to our kids, I've seen it. I've seen it myself. I have three kids. And you know what? I took their computers away. Now we have one computer in the kitchen. They're not allowed to have the YouTube accounts anymore because I've seen what gets thrown to our children and it's total

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'Trumponomics' Author Stephen Moore on Biden's New Press Secretary

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:06 min | 5 d ago

'Trumponomics' Author Stephen Moore on Biden's New Press Secretary

"Seen. He's the author of trumponomics. He's back at the conservative mothership, the heritage foundation has senior fellow. Welcome back to America first, one on one, Stephen Moore. Hi, Sebastian, great to be with you. And if you're hoping that I can explain that answer from our new press secretary, I have a brain I can not. I couldn't make heads or tails. Why don't she was saying, it was actually kind of awkward, and I felt a little bit sorry for her, actually. You know, she was kind of partially reading from the notes and just reading a script, even though it had nothing to do with what the question was about. But look, all of this, all of these policies, I'm an 8 from Joe Biden. She's just a mouthpiece spitting out that the sound bites that The White House has been putting out. But I think what's really more important than those crazy statements that were made in that press conference was, you know, you have somebody now, you know, who's the Jeff Bezos who runs one of the largest companies in the world who is a Liberal Democrat Sebastian, who's saying, wait a minute, none of this stuff is going to

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Will There Be Charges Against Hunter Biden & Joe Biden?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | 6 d ago

Will There Be Charges Against Hunter Biden & Joe Biden?

"For two years, people were shut down. Donald Trump tried to raise Hunter Biden's shady business deals with China. Oh, he's crazy. He's just Donald Trump. Biden said there's nothing to it. Well, settle in and witness the unfathomable. Here is NBC's Hallie Jackson, the morning on The Today Show. Hey there, Craig. Good morning to you. And this morning, we're learning more about the president's son and the paying off of a multi-million dollar tax bill he owed. Now the open question for both Hunter Biden legally and President Biden politically is whether or not there will be any charges in this federal criminal investigation. With federal prosecutors poring over Hunter Biden's finances, investigating whether he violated federal tax law this morning a representative for the president's son tells NBC News, his IRS Bill totaling about $2 million has been paid off. Two people familiar with the matter. Say the money was arranged by one of the younger Biden's new attorneys. Hollywood lawyer Kevin Morris, best known for brokering a deal for the South Park TV show. Does paying that tax bill wash away any liability that Hunter Biden may have now? Paying the tax bill. If in fact that's what he did, doesn't undo the crime. It would be like returning money to a bank that you robbed. You still rob the bank. The president's son and his company brought in about $11 million between 2013 and 2018 working as an attorney, a board member to a Ukrainian gas company accused of bribing a prosecutor, and for a joint venture involving a Chinese businessman. Now accused of fraud, according to an NBC News analysis of a copy of Biden's hard drive, and iCloud account obtained by NBC from a representative for Rudy Giuliani, as well as documents released by a Senate committee. During the campaign, then candidate Biden denied his son profited off of China connection.

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Is Biden Preparing to Give Sovereignty of America to the WHO?

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:40 min | 6 d ago

Is Biden Preparing to Give Sovereignty of America to the WHO?

"Show. Folks, welcome back. I'm talking to dean. Michelle bachman used to be congresswoman Michelle bachmann now. Michelle bachmann, you're the dean of the Robertson school of government at regent university. What we're talking about is obviously unconstitutional, unprecedented. And most people living their lives just can't believe that the people in leadership that they've elected theoretically could be so profoundly ignorant or just evil that they would turn the nation over to strangers to bad actors to people like the head of WHO, it seems impossible are senators like, you know, the good guys out there, Josh hawley and company, there's a number of senators and congressmen, Jim Jordan, who I would expect would be on this. Do you have any sense of any of them are talking about this? These are very good guys, but in their defense, I think a lot of them have no idea. We're all blindsided by this. It's not easy to get to them quite honestly. They've got a phalanx of staff in front of them. And the staff knows everything. The staff and these congressional Senate offices, most of them are 25 years old and know everything. And so it's tough to penetrate that wall that surrounds a member of Congress. But nonetheless, we have to try. We have to do everything that we can. I know senator Rick Scott, I spoke with his chief of staff, senator from Florida. And spoke to him, sent him information. Rick Scott tweeted over the weekend that he is in opposition to the who taking sovereignty over the U.S.. So it starting to penetrate. But that's not a big deal that Rick Scott, we would expect he would be opposed to somebody taking over sovereignty of the U.S.. We would expect anybody who's not an idiot or a communist to be opposed to this. So big deal, the question is, what does Rick Scott and his fellow senators going to do about it? I mean, that's a little bit. And again, what they have to do is they have to kick and scream and they need to throw a tantrum on the Senate floor in the house, floor and say, look, you're not getting another vote out of us. We're not even going to vote. Until you withdraw those amendments, you bring those amendments here in the House floor and the Senate floor. We're going to take a look at them. We're going to tell the American people what they say. And that's what people need to do. Read these amendments. A lot of what the amendments do is scratch out the right of the U.S. to have our unilateral authority. Instead, that authority is given over to the director

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'United We Pledge' Is Recreating an American Village in Alabama

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:23 min | 6 d ago

'United We Pledge' Is Recreating an American Village in Alabama

"Now, I want to ask you, so you're saying that united we pledge already has something called the American village in montevallo, Alabama, because I had not heard about this till today. No, no, what I'm saying is that Montebello Alabama is an American village. And the united we pledge has partnered with a company called balance of nature and they've procured about 40 acres of land in Utah that they're going to recreate an American village there. That's what I'm saying. So there is an American village in Alabama already. Yes. But I had not heard about this. I want to go to montevallo, Alabama now that I've literally not heard about this. And you should. I hadn't heard about it either until they brought it up, and then when they brought it up to me and they came up with this idea of me running from Montevideo Alabama to saint George, you don't have to break around for this thing. You know, I think that we have a whole mind body, right? You have your gut, you have your heart, you have your head, and all three have brain cells. My gut just goes, go for it. My heart was like, oh, you gotta do this. You know? And then my mind just said, yeah, it's a resounding yes. This is the right time, the right place, and the right thing. So then when I visited montevallo, Alabama and saw with my own two eyes, the impact that this American village had with these kids, it was just like, oh man, let's get going.

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Ringling Bros. announces comeback tour without animal acts

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last week

Ringling Bros. announces comeback tour without animal acts

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"both companies" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:59 min | 11 months ago

"both companies" Discussed on AP News

"I made Donny here in Miami Dade County Commission Chairman Jose Pepi Diaz says he and his chief of staff Tested positive for the coronavirus. They've been working on the condo building collapse in Surfside, Florida staff and others who were in close contact to them are being tested. Meantime, the search goes on for people missing in Surfside. The number of confirmed deaths is now 94. 83 of these victims have been identified and 80 next of kin notified Mayor Daniella Levine. Compa says about 20 to remain missing. There is supposed to be a meeting today between US health officials and representatives from Pfizer about a third dose of a coronavirus vaccine. Here's the AP Soccer Madani, a fighter official told the AP last week. Early data suggests antibody levels jumped 5 to 10 fold after a third dose compared to a second dose months earlier. The CDs The FDA say a booster is not necessary at this time. Dr Anthony Fauci acknowledges it's entirely conceivable and maybe likely a booster will be needed. Only about 48% of the US population is fully vaccinated. General Scott Miller, the top U. S commander in Afghanistan, relinquished his command at a ceremony in Kabul. We can all see the violence it's taking place across the country. We know that with that violence What Very difficult to achieve is a political settlement. This takes the US a step closer to ending its 20 year war. Britain's health secretary confirmed all remaining lockdown. Restrictions in England will be lifted in a week. Despite a sharp rise in coronavirus cases. Firefighters are working in extreme temperatures across the West and struggling to contain wildfires, the largest burning in California and Oregon. The largest wildfire of the year in California, is burning along the Nevada state line. Burning about 134 Square Miles. This is a P news. The Vatican says Pope Francis is not going home yet. Pope Francis will remain in Rome's Gemelli Polyclinic despite completing post operative treatment in order to make the most of his rehabilitation therapy. Surgeons removed half of Francis's Colon on July the fourth for what doctors said was a severe narrowing of the large intestine. The 84 year old has, however, made a public appearance since the surgery as he delivered his weekly pair from the 10th floor hospital balcony. He used the occasion to call for free health care for all. I'm Karen Schama's castle. The CEO Elon Musk took the witness stand in Wilmington, Delaware, to defend his company's 2016 acquisition of a troubled company, Solar city against a shareholder lawsuit that claims musk was to blame for a deal that involved conflict of interest and failed to produce the profits he had promised must denied any conflict of interest, saying he had nothing to gain from an all stock acquisition because he owned shares from both companies. Must have called the deal and no brainer. Ed Donahue. AP News.

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"both companies" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:47 min | 11 months ago

"both companies" Discussed on AP News

"Remain unaccounted for since Thursday's collapse, which has killed at least four while officials have not yet determined what caused a deadly collapse of 2018 engineering report, released by the city of Surfside said that the oceanfront condominium building had quote major structural damage to a concrete slab below its pool deck that needed extensive repairs. Shelly after AP NEWS UK regulators have said they're looking into concerns that online giants Google and Amazon are not doing enough to stop fake reviews of products and services on their platforms. Britain's competition and Markets Authority says it has opened a formal investigation to see if both companies broke UK consumer law by failing to protect customers. The watchdog is concerned that millions of online shoppers may have been misled by fake recommendations taking business away from law abiding companies. The watchdog started looking into for any reviews on some big websites last year without identifying any specific ones amid the pandemic fueled boom in online shopping. If the watchdog concludes that one or both companies broke consumer protection law, the online giants may have to change how they deal with fake reviews will be taken to court. Karen Shamus. London Finland has seen a spike in coronavirus cases due to finish soccer fans returning from Russia following a recent championship match in ST Petersburg. The Finnish health authorities urged all passengers who returned home via bus to take a coronavirus test as they believe buses may have been exposed to the virus. Finland played two of its Euro 2020 group games in ST Petersburg, facing Russia on June the 16th in Belgium on June the 21st At least 2000. Finns are estimated to have traveled to the city for those matches. I'm Karen Shamas. Thank.

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"both companies" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:48 min | 11 months ago

"both companies" Discussed on AP News

"People remain unaccounted for since Thursday's collapse, which has killed at least four while officials have not yet determined what caused a deadly collapse of 2018 engineering report, released by the city of Surfside said that the oceanfront condominium building had quote major structural damage to a concrete slab below its pool deck that needed extensive repairs. Shelly after AP News UK regulators have said they're looking into concerns that online giants Google and Amazon are not doing enough to stop take reviews of products and services on their platforms. Britain's competition and Markets Authority says it has opened a formal investigation to see if both companies broke UK consumer law by failing to protect customers. The watchdog is concerned that millions of online shoppers may have been misled by fake recommendations taking business away from law abiding companies. The watchdog started looking into fenny reviews on some big websites last year without identifying any specific ones amid the pandemic fueled boom in online shopping. If the watchdog concludes that one or both companies broke consumer protection law, the online giants may have to change how they deal with fake reviews will be taken to court. Karen Shamas. London Finland has seen a spike in coronavirus cases due to finish soccer fans returning from Russia following a recent championship match in ST Petersburg. The Finnish health authorities urged all passengers who returned home via bus to take a coronavirus test as they believe buses may have been exposed to the virus. Finland played two of its Euro 2020 group games in ST Petersburg, facing Russia on June the 16th in Belgium on June the 21st At least 2000. Finns are estimated to have traveled to the city for those matches. I'm Karen Shamas, it's.

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"both companies" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:48 min | 11 months ago

"both companies" Discussed on AP News

"People remain unaccounted for since Thursday's collapse, which has killed at least four while officials have not yet determined what caused a deadly collapse. In 2018 engineering report, released by the city of Surfside said that the oceanfront condominium building had quote major structural damage to a concrete slab below its pool deck that needed extensive repairs. Shelly after AP NEWS UK regulators have said they're looking into concerns that online giants Google and Amazon are not doing enough to stop fake reviews of products and services on their platforms. Britain's competition and Markets Authority says it has opened a formal investigation to see if both companies broke UK consumer law by failing to protect customers. The watchdog is concerned that millions of online shoppers may have been misled by fake recommendations taking business away from law abiding companies. The watchdog started looking into family reviews on some big websites last year without identifying any specific ones amid the pandemic fueled boom in online shopping. If the watchdog concludes that one or both companies broke consumer protection law, the online giants may have to change how they deal with fake reviews will be taken to court. Karen Shamas. London Finland has seen a spike in coronavirus cases due to finish soccer fans returning from Russia following a recent championship match in ST Petersburg. The Finnish health authorities urged all passengers who returned home via bus to take a coronavirus test as they believe buses may have been exposed to the virus. Finland play two of its Euro 2020 group games in ST Petersburg facing Russia on June the 16th in Belgium on June the 21st At least 2000. Finns are estimated to have traveled to the city for those matches. I'm Karen Shamas. Mm hmm..

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"both companies" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:48 min | 11 months ago

"both companies" Discussed on AP News

"159 people remain unaccounted for since Thursday's collapse, which has killed at least four while officials have not yet determined what caused the deadly collapse of 2018 Engineering report, released by the city of Surfside said that the oceanfront condominium building had quote major structural damage to a concrete slab below its pool deck that needed extensive repairs. Shelly after AP NEWS UK regulators have said they're looking into concerns that online giants Google and Amazon are not doing enough to stop fake reviews of products and services on their platforms. Britain's competition and Markets Authority says it has opened a formal investigation to see if both companies broke UK consumer law by failing to protect customers. The watchdog is concerned that millions of online shoppers may have been misled by fake recommendations taking business away from law abiding companies. The watchdog started looking into fairly reviews on some big websites last year without identifying any specific ones amid the pandemic fueled boom in online shopping. If the watchdog concludes that one or both companies broke consumer protection law, the online giants may have to change how they deal with fake reviews will be taken to court. Karen Shamas. London Finland has seen a spike in coronavirus cases due to finish soccer fans returning from Russia following a recent championship match in ST Petersburg. The Finnish health authorities urged all passengers who returned home via bus to take a coronavirus test as they believe buses may have been exposed to the virus. Finland played two of its Euro 2020 group games in ST Petersburg, facing Russia on June the 16th in Belgium on June the 21st At least 2000. Finns are estimated to have traveled to the city for those matches. I'm Karen Shamas..

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"both companies" Discussed on Best Comics Ever

Best Comics Ever

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"both companies" Discussed on Best Comics Ever

"After the fact I read digital trades. So i'm usually not reading the stuff until i'm usually six to ten months at the least since it's come out amine Currently my bedtime reading as been mark. Wade's doctor strange series. I think that's a couple years old at this. Yeah you know so. I don't i try not to keep up. I think it's brain damaged truck. Keep is that a is that researchers f refund. Doc stretch for fun okay. Good deal doctor. Strange is one of the ones that got away. I never got. I always wanted to write at least a years. Running looking never got the chance so so it would have been fun if it were for research purposes. But it's not. Yeah that's actually one of the questions. We had here from a listener. Which was a. are there any big to wishlist characters. So doctor strange maybe are there. Are there any others. The marvel my to see you gotta understand that. I've written every character pretty much at both companies now. There's a difference between writing a character and writing book you know and and you used to get on a book and think you we're going to be on it for four or five years ten years whatever you know. Oh it's writers. Don't think that way anymore. Generational they change their thinking that they're they want to tell a story and then they're done or even if they want to stay on the book of being changed because they're shuffling creative teams all over the place all the time anyway The two that. I always wanted to write regularly at marvel back in the day. Were doctor strange. And and And captain america. Those are the two that i i really would have loved shot at both of those monthly cap. I could have written for five years without a problem doctor. Strange i don't think so. I i know i had. I know i had a a a a big story. I wanted to tell that would have been twelve issues and then could have propelled ramifications could propel for another twelve. So let's added twenty five issue. Run of doctor. swinger Cool that would've been cool. I would've liked that It tried i tried to get it back in like ninety ninety one and just do the editor ralph makia will chose this direction But that was that was one that got away and cap. I always wanted to write but at the time world was pretty pretty much. Never going to give that up so i got. I got the right nomad which is capped peripheral. And i got the right Adventures of captain. America limited series of government guar. So at least. I got my my finger in the pot absolutely what..

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"both companies" Discussed on Talking Junk

Talking Junk

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"both companies" Discussed on Talking Junk

"All right we'll chalk that up to a technical era. I know you're one of your dream. Places to go is to new japan but now is making waves to now if hypothetically speaking if both companies came to you around the same time would you have a preference Now i mean. I i mean i think i think it ultimately comes down to what makes sense for you know me and my family you know with my career and what make sense financially you know have a family to think about now and not just myself you know as a a little bit of a different situation when you know i was on the indies before You know 'cause you know only one. And i wasn't married and you know i was still a kid so you know just has to make sense for for me and my family at the end of the day and that's what ultimately kind of frustrated you while towards the end of your wwe run. If i'm not mistaken you were. If i did my homework correctly you were Still under nfc contract for a little while and you you were expected make raw shows to oh five live shows which meant you had to travel to smackdown and you also had to to make Still some nfc appearances. If i'm not mistaken yeah. I had to do Annex t road road shows Not the tv tapings. But i did have to travel with the the loop on the you know. They call them the coconut luke shows which was a bit much. I mean you know i. i love wrestling. But when it when it gets to that point where you know You know physically exhausted my body and my brain mentally. And i'm not getting paid for it like i said it just didn't make sense and But yeah. I was on that for for a little bit of time. You know eventually got switched over and when you when you switched over you were primarily known for your wrestling skill. Not so much to promo Until you were paired with bobby lashley. Yeah i love. I loved when you were with him by the way. Some of the best Mike material. I've heard in a long time appreciate that. But how did it feel Being paired with the big man after all of that I mean orange..

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"both companies" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"both companies" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"They were accusing both companies of not doing enough to secure their services to make sure they were robust against such attacks. This is sort of like pouring lemon juice in the wound. In some ways, you know they're already hurting because they've been knocked down and now the users are yelling at them, too. But there is a valid argument to be made that services particularly really Big, heavily trafficked services need to invest in good security measures. I talked about a non technical approach to denial of service attacks with that forum example. But most of the time when we talk about denial of service attack, we tend to mean one that involved bringing down a system using some sort of technology based attack vector so you can think of denial of service attacks belonging to three large categories. In general. The first category is volumetric. That means the goal is to overwhelm the target. By sending a huge number of requests or messages to that target device more messages than the target can actually handle. And I always think of this in a rather old fashioned way when I was growing up. Cell phones weren't really a thing. Everyone had landlines. You know, you'd be at home and you use your phone, which was plugged into the wall and fact most of the time it was a wired handset didn't have a whole lot of wireless ones. When I was growing up, they existed. I just didn't have them and call waiting was not a common feature in those early days, which meant if you called someone, and they were already on the phone. You would get a busy signal. Well, this volumetric category of denial of service attacks is kind of like having a jerk calling you over and over again and they call you you pick up here. It's that same jerk. You hang up. They immediately hit re dial and they Call you right back again and the phone starts to ring. And that means no one else can get through to you. Anyone who tries is just gonna get a busy signal. So they're getting a denial of service and because you can't receive any other calls due to this person calling you up repeatedly. You also get a denial of service. Now. That analogy doesn't work quite as well today because we can do stuff like block incoming calls pretty much routinely. And call Waiting is a standard feature on almost every phone service. But you get the idea. Next. We have the application de dos Flood attack. This concentrates not on individual applications that that's what the phrase makes You think like, Oh, this is Like a Spotify DDOs attack or something? No, it rather it refers to the application layer of a communications network, and I talked about the application layer. Back in the dip into the seven layers of the O s I model episode that published back in November, 2017. But this would be a flood attack similar to the volumetric one. I just mentioned But it aims to overwhelm the system with a large number of requests at the application layer rather than network layer. I'll explain more about what that means in the next episode, and the third category is a low rate denial of service attack, also known as a vulnerability attack, and those attacks take advantage of vulnerabilities or limitations and application implementations. And so are kind of related to application. Dida split attacks, but they're slightly different. I'll explain more about that in the next Episode two. Then you have a distributed denial of service attack that ups the ante in Adidas attack hundreds or thousands or even hundreds of thousands of machines combine their efforts to bring down a target..

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"both companies" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"both companies" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The Supreme Court will hear our humans today from both companies about who has the copyright and who is the copycat? Grave maids. New Year's This Miss Breeze and bumpkin Batch has been around for decades, offering Michiganders their traditional January 1st windy walk along a narrow strip of land with water on both sides. Obviously, that's the Great Lakes. Followed by a cozy baking session where they make a batch of delicious pumpkins, which are traditional American muffins. The taste like diet Pepsi, but with gluten. When asked about the court case, Big grave made was not pulling any punches. I'm confident that big wave David, his Christmas trees, whatever they are, I won't be around for much longer. I've been running this new year's isthmus, Bree since the nineties, and he got the idea of pairing a holiday with nature from me. Hell, he even got his name from me. Who's ever even heard of anyone called Dave. All right, Adam, you've got from Adam. Genetically engineered pumpkins and trees You've got from Oh, Prince Harry Christmas tree employees. And you've got from Maeve. The lawsuit between big wave Dave and big grave maids, which one Is the real story. I feel like it's gotta be the Prince and the Christmas tree, huh? Find out the correct answer. We spoke to a journalist following the real story. Prince Harry can learn anything from this experience. It's that when you leave the royal family, you become just another normal person at the Christmas tree stand. Oh, sweet. That was Eva Wolchover from the newsletter. The Anglophile of Talking about Prince Harry being mistaken for a Christmas tree salesman. Congratulations, Adam. You got it right. Congratulations out of you Betrayed me, though. Long time with her first think are so much fun. Happy to have you on, buddy. Thanks. Bye. Huh? And now the game were notable People.

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"both companies" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"both companies" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"They were accusing both companies of not doing enough to secure their services to make sure they were robust against such attacks. This is sort of like pouring lemon juice in the wound. In some ways, you know they're already hurting because they've been knocked down and now the users are yelling at them, too. But there is a valid argument to be made that services particularly really Big, heavily trafficked services need to invest in good security measures. I talked about a non technical approach to denial of service attacks with that forum example. But most of the time when we talk about denial of service attack, we tend to mean one that involved bringing down a system using some sort of technology based attack vector. So you can think of denial of service attacks belonging to three large categories. In general. The first category is volumetric. That means the goal is to overwhelming target by sending a huge number of requests or messages. To that target device more messages than the target can actually handle. And I always think of this in a rather old fashioned way. When I was growing up cell phones weren't really a thing. Everyone had landlines. You know, you'd be at home and you use your phone, which was plugged into the wall and fact most of the time it was a wired handset didn't have a whole lot of wireless ones. When I was growing up and they existed. I just didn't have them. And call waiting was not a common feature in those early days, which meant if you called someone, and they were already on the phone, you would get a busy signal. Well, this volumetric category of denial of service attacks is kind of like having a jerk calling you over and over again. And they call you you pick up here. It's that same jerk. You hang up. They immediately hit re dial and they call you right back again and the phone starts to ring. And that means no one else can get through to you. Anyone who tries is just gonna get a busy signal. So they're getting a denial of service and because you can't receive any other calls due to this person calling you up repeatedly. You also get a denial of service. Now. That analogy doesn't work quite as well today because we can do stuff like block incoming calls. Pretty much routinely and call waiting is a standard feature on almost every phone service. But you get the idea. Next We have the application de dos flood attack. This concentrates not on individual applications that that's what the phrase makes You think like, Oh, this is Like a Spotify DDOs attack or something? No, it rather it refers to the application layer of a communications network, and I talked about the application layer. Back in the dip into the seven layers of the O s I model episode that published back in November, 2017. But this would be a flood attack similar to the volumetric one. I just mentioned But it aims to overwhelm the system with a large number of requests at the application layer rather than network layer. I'll explain more about what that means in the next episode, and the third category is a low rate denial of service attack, also known as a vulnerability attack, and those attacks take advantage of vulnerabilities or limitations and application implementations. And so are kind of related to application de dos blood attacks, but they're slightly different. I'll explain more about that the next episode two. Then you have a distributed denial of service attack that ups the ante. In Adidas attack hundreds or thousands or even hundreds of thousands of machines combine their efforts to bring down a target to go back to my phone analogy for a second. Let's just say that that jerk who was calling me really wants to irritate me by making my phone line absolutely useless. So he actually recruits all of his jerk friends and give them my phone number. Then he and all his jerk friends just keep dialing me up, over and over, which makes it even harder to handle than the one jerk doing it all by himself. So let's say I managed to finally get an open line. So I make called to the phone company and ask them to block the number that just called me. And they agree for whatever reason. Well, that just reduces the jerk faces attack vectors by one right. It just removes one of the callers, but his group of jerk friends With the exception of the one I managed to catch when I asked for the number to be blocked, can keep on calling me they calling from different phone numbers, so they're calls keep coming through. And I can keep trying to block the numbers one by one, but this is laborious and time consuming, And in the meantime, I'm not able to use my phone for anything else. That's what Adidas attacked does, but instead over the phone lines, it does it over the Internet. In general, it uses an enormous number of machines. Carry out an attack and individually, those machines might not be able to generate the sheer volume of data that could overwhelm a target. But collectively, they can do it and they could be difficult to stop. In a moment. I'll talk about a real example of how an attacker might overwhelm a target machine over the Internet, using a simple denial of service tactic. But first, let's take a quick break to thank our sponsor. Let's be honest about our daily or a carrot team. It's a bit of a process. Most of us don't do it right and nobody really likes doing it. It's all leading to problems..

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"both companies" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"both companies" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Later this month. Both companies were granted fast track designation by the F D A. For the vaccines that he opened. The Dow is up 250 points. The NASDAQ has had 1 20 The S and P 500 is plus 30. What do you want to say, Miss? You remember for Murph in Max? Total Rekha look back at the highs and lows of the weekend in sports. It's the Benjamin Moore retail difference at our independently owned Authorized retailers today or at Benjamin moore dot com. It's a Monday morning. That's what we do We close out your weekend. We launch your work week. We call it The same as you to remember. There you go. So, Paul, you know the deal. The weekend happens. We sign off Friday morning at 10 a.m. Respects.

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"both companies" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"both companies" Discussed on KOMO

"Both companies to make sure that consumers get the best pricing and service possible no trading on Wall Street today because of the president's day holiday coming up next we'll check traffic and weather with a question for you Daily News trivia contest and then is an expired bottle of everyday wine still located drink the answer is not always sangria on the way home update and online como afternoon news with Lisa Jaffe stay connected stay informed with homeowners one thousand seven ninety seven seven and come on news dot com how's your roof holding celebrate president's day with a true legend of American adventure the jeep brand discover your own adventure with amazing deals at the jeep presidents day of that right now finance you get four thousand seven hundred fifty dollars total cash allowance on the purchase of a twenty nineteen jeep renegade latitude your local jeep dealer today for this great offer during the G. president staff at financing for well qualified buyers from Chrysler capital residency restrictions apply to delivery from dealer stock by three to twenty twenty jeep is a registered trademark the chill never find another like with the capitol one favor card four percent cash back on dining and retain that four percent cash back on milk shakes with four percent to get extra mounted to show one four percent on dining and four percent entertainment what's in your wallet Hey guys it's Taylor you can buy my new album lover Taylor swift dot com terms apply Capital One bank USA NA Isaac you miss the winning dunk and cost your team the championship what are your thoughts a switch to boost mobile and got for free Samsung.

"both companies" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"both companies" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"I mean listen we'll keep our ears open all right if anything will ask questions as well can I come on your show today to clear this up I don't want to just run this as a regular phone tap on my show did it come from cruise don't care dot com I don't need it right now man I just had to get a little bit more for my money yes and Cruz yeah really care the mating they do great things as well many got hit us up if you would like to go to not very far we got to take it into the neighborhood all right now who answered the phone first scares problem are writing who answered the phone first for the cruise care problems hit us up eight six six two four six eight nine two three eight six six two four six eight nine two three point come on now yeah I'm good to go then I got that Travis hi just in the room both companies make you think you are right now eight six six two four six eight nine two three who answered the phone first for the cruise fares problems it is a Big Boy made it does the majority of my cousin life is amazing it is with a fan but I feel like a real I wanted to well for three years I mean you can't even believe me as male baby gone crazy wheezy produce it and we see it may mean she had a house you got on with no money right because the automated navy and I was like writing on it Katie I saw someone they never met Audie the sweetest lady when I started out I just to win a game get out of favor they never would pay me it worked in my favor because nobody Keith most stock please in right division was trying to steal my moves I mean in the next year and emergency it is a yes and I know my son and I love women have but the next the eighty yeah when they land I. TV guide and.

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"both companies" Discussed on Health Care Rounds

Health Care Rounds

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"both companies" Discussed on Health Care Rounds

"Pfizer shareholders will own fifty seven percent and mylan shareholders will on the rest according to a press release the boards of both companies approved the merger Mayans Chairman Robert IT Corey will be executive chair of the new company Myelin President Rajiv Malik will be president of the combined entity and Michael Getler currently the group president of Upjohn will be C._e._O. Heather Brush Mylan C._E._O. Will retire if mylan shareholders give their approval and the usual closing conditions are met the all stock transaction is expected to close by mid twenty twenty the new company which will most likely end up manufacturing EPI pen <music> as well as drugs with expired or soon-to-expire patents include lipitor lyrica Viagra and we'll have an estimated annual revenue of nineteen to twenty billion in the Department of Health and Human Services. H._H._S. is working on a plan to allow the legal importation of prescription drugs agency said last Wednesday in a press us release the safe importation action plan outlines to potential pathways to accomplish this one authorizing state based demonstration projects to allow the importation tation of cheaper Canadian drugs that comply with the F._D._A. Parameters should not apply to biologics injectables inhaled products and certain other drugs and to having the F._D._A. provide guidance to manufacturers so that they can important medications intended for foreign markets provided the drugs or the same as the U._S. version and drugmakers could market them under a separate and D._C. or National Drug Code H._H._S. Secretary Alex as are explained that this would provide a different distribution channel and would quote potentially allow manufacturers to offer a lower price than with their current distribution contacts require end quote big Pharma H._H._S. Ask The F._D._A. Have generally opposed the idea of prescription drug importation in the past as as as our although acer and acting F._D._A. Commissioner Ned. Sharply <unk> are now open to the possibility. The trade group farmer was quick to speak out against it yet again. H._H._S. has not established a timeline for issuing formal proposals. C._M._S. denied Utah's requests for partial Medicaid expansion the agency said in a press release that it will no longer approve state's request to the access enhance federal funding for partial expansions because that quote would invite continued reliance on a broken and unsustainable obamacare system and quote if we're ABLE CARE ACT EXPANDS MEDICAID to adults earning up to one hundred thirty eight percent of the federal poverty level or F. B. L. And the Federal Government Funds Ninety eighty percent of the expansion costs. If the state chooses to adopt the full expansion last November Utah voters approved about measure for full expansion but the state's states Republican leaders instead passed authorized legislation that extended Medicaid only two adults with incomes up to one hundred percent of the F. PL and restricted enrollment in other ways in March CMS approved a version of Utah's plan as a bridge to full expansion and the state began expanded enrollment on April one. Idaho and Georgia are probably having second thoughts about their own plans for partial expansion Philadelphia's Temple University will sell now. It's Fox Chase Cancer Center to Thomas Jefferson University along with his interest in health partners plan in a post on his website temple noted that the the universities expect to reach a definitive agreement including a final sale price in the weeks ahead the boards of trustees for both universities have given their consent finally signet and Memorial Sloan Kettering or M._S. K. signed a value-based agreement for a new program for patients undergoing chemotherapy and M._S. K. Who are covered by an employer sponsored CIGNA PLAN. The program announced last week will offer patients care coordination. An.

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"both companies" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"both companies" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The Potomac we were both company connects you to the area's most exciting destination style cruise to the war. Georgetown waterfront national harbor in Alexandria, while enjoying incredible views of the city votes depart every twenty five minutes from early morning to late night the Potomac river boat company, connecting all waterfronts early bird special billable for two thousand nineteen annual pass. Learn more epidemic. Riverboats co dot com. Have you been dreaming that new house or remodeling project? Then come see the dream facilitators. Thank applaud county the best in the area three fulfill daily. Let's make it happen housing. Linda. Member FDIC. Your. Credit? Team. Colors. Motors. Day, June, moulders, finance it. Eastern's automotive group. You'll find thousands of vehicles to choose from every vehicle has gone through a rigorous multi-point quality inspection, and you can buy with confidence because at eastern every vehicle is backed by seven day return policy and a complimentary thirty day morning tea with Easterns one price promise, you can shop confidently the price on the website is the price you pay. No gimmicks eastern started at the community dealership over thirty years ago, and we'll continue to serve the community in every way possible. It's in their DNA. Visit Easterns dot com today,.

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"both companies" Discussed on Optimal Living Daily

Optimal Living Daily

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"both companies" Discussed on Optimal Living Daily

"Motivation. If he's simply keep taking action, you'll eventually get results and results can be very motivating. For example. You may become a lot more enthusiastic about dieting and exercising. Once you've lost those first ten pounds and fear close fitting more loosely when to give up should you always persist and never give up certainly not sometimes giving up clearly the best option. Have you ever heard of a company called traffic data? What about Microsoft? Both companies were started by Bill Gates and Paul Allen traveled. Ada was the first company. They started back in nineteen seventy two case in Allen ran it for several years before throwing in the towel. They gave up of course, they did a little better with Microsoft, if then give up on trophic data, then we wouldn't have such rich collections of Microsoft and Bill Gates jokes today. So how do you know when to press on versus went to give up is you are plan. Still correct. If not update the plan. Is your goal? Still correct. If not update or abandoned your goal does no honor and cleaning to a goal that no longer inspires. You persistence is not stubbornness is was a particularly difficult lesson for meetal or I'd always believed one should never give up that once he set a goal. He should hang on to the bitter end. The captain goes down with the ship and all that if I ever failed to finish a project. I started my feel very guilty about it eventually figured out that this is just nonsense if growing at all as a human being then you're going to be a different person each year than you were the previous year, if you consciously pursue personal development than the changes will often be dramatic and rapid you can't guarantee that the goals. You said today will still be ones you'll want to achieve a year. From now, my first business was dexterity software. I started it in nineteen ninety four fresh out of college..

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"both companies" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"both companies" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"I guess this week Eugene way has one of the most interesting backgrounds of anyone I've had in the podcast. He worked at Amazon early in its life was the head of product at Hulu and flip board and head of video at Oculus. Our conversation is about the intersection of technology media and culture, we discuss Eugene's concept of invisible. Adam totes, why growth slows down for both companies and people, and how some can burst through list more of the topics, but we covered so much that you should just listen. Finally, I'll say that after spending a day with Eugene, including a wildly interesting dinner with Eugene pass podcast guest. Sam hinkie and future podcast guests Kevin Kwok that he is the type of uniquely interesting and kind person I'm always urging for and one that I wish I could bet on somehow if you know more people like this reach out and suggest them for this podcast. Now, enjoy our conversation. So we're going to jump all over the place because again of your smorgasbord of interests. And this notion of travel is a good excuse to talk about your idea of cuisine and empire. So custard that concept? It was inspired by a podcast. I had heard about this book cuisine and empire had just realized that you know, when I was younger music really felt like it was the heart of culture in America music was where young kids turn to express their sense of rebellion to protest things like the Vietnam war. You know music was you know, like punk rock and all of that was just the way that people sort of would choose bands and music to express their point of view on the world. And I realized that now food has sort of become that for a variety of reasons. One is certainly the advent of the internet and television channels like the food network started to make celebrity chefs into celebrities. You know, we used to only know the names of restaurants going up. But nowadays, you can talk to many people who are in deferred. They'll be able to name who the chef is behind particular restaurant in all of that. And my notion there was just that we are constantly in this cultural battle to find sources of scarcity, and you know, music and music experiences used to be more scarce. I remember an age when I would try to collect rare LP's or things like that. It'd be like a huge fine. If you went to some weird record store and some weird small city and found one of these mythical LP's that you can find easily music like concerts and things like that were these coveted tickets that you would go to all of that. And and at that age music just wasn't reproduced the way it is now, but now we live in an age of Spotify. And you know, there are the CDs before that were just printed in mass. And so no longer became hard to track down any piece of music. Whereas food experiences, especially at the high end are really scarce, you know, the French laundry, or if you take any three star Michelin restaurant, they usually only have two seatings at night only a certain number of people can roll through that. And so for you to be able to say, hey, I went and had that meal is a badge of honor that you can hold out. It's a it's a scarce accomplishment. And so I think that we will always continue to fight that battle because humans are status seeking by nature. And so we're all trying to find that thing that gives us the edge over another person when it comes to status, and and food has really become that for many people. I it reminds me of another interesting thread that you were pulling on which is your impressions from watching the documentary that defiant once about Jimmy dean and beats and Dr dre would love kind of.

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