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"botham" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket
"Healthcare. Giving people the ability to do first steps in harm's and now analyst say that and that that's is great that's happening is sad that this has happened to happen for that to be the case and the the other side of i'd say is probably the setbacks on the regulatory side of things which no one is ever surprised to hear. I have to say you always expect the regulatory agencies. They are very slow to work with and also they're not quite ready for a lot of the digital solutions out there so that that neely they guessing there is just a. They're all sort of flexing their muscles when it comes to digital little bit and understanding what it means and no one is going to mean for them. But you'll you're effectively having standards and rules being applied to you which made for much older systems. Some of those things. Nate needs to be looked up just to ensure the win all holding people back for the wrong reasons. Dad that makes a lot of sense andrew and think about the the difference that you guys can make and that you're making and it's exciting and a good reason to stay in the game song. Glad you guys have now. Let's talk about availability. You guys you guys are. Uk based and is this thing available in the uk as it available in the us tells weren't available for use for which is launched in the uk. that's gonna follow very closely by several of which is in europe because i'll see mark which is required europe coverage for the whole of europe. Are we gonna go. Uk than scandinavia. But we do have a our fda for ten k filing in. So that's all we need to effectively to be a medical device to the us. That's not as a step will open. That's going to be in january that we're going to be going there as i said these things are often slow than you expect even if you build in possible delays so we're expecting to be the. Let's say first quarter next year of it super exciting. So you're listening in europe and you're looking for some some interesting partnerships ways to do things better certainly consider the work being done at test card and then the us. Well it's coming so sometimes it's easier to get ahead of it understand it and you see a potential partnership here. An opportunity to to drive better outcomes lower costs Certainly a dynamic team over there test card that I would encourage you as connect with andrew. What are you most excited about today armed. I'm just bouncing around like a puppy or whatever. Everything seems to h assistance It's been a long seems to be a long jazz station for this particular project and to see it just coming to life now and seeing recruiting more staff often expanding and growing and scaling is just amazing. The i think probably the most exciting thing that's happening at the moment is the conversations we're having to help deal with the coded response so people to code response israeli just about govan. It's all the amount.
"botham" Discussed on Hands Up Don't Shoot
‘Botham Jean Boulevard' Officially Unveiled in Dallas
"Larger reparations discussion. The city of Dallas is named a street for both of Zon and black man who was shot and killed in his own apartment by former police officer Amber Geiger. Back in 2018. Geiger had mistakenly entered zones apartment thinking it was her own and shot him thinking he was an intruder. There's now a stretch of South Lamar ST It's
‘Botham Jean Boulevard' Officially Unveiled in Dallas
"Of bottom. John was in Dallas this past weekend as the city renamed the street after him. On Saturday, John was shot and killed in 2018 by an off duty Dallas police officer who said it was a mistake. Mayor Eric Johnson at the ceremony says it's important that we remember that he also had this to say that John's family think You so much for the grace that you've shown throughout this. We know this is difficult, but the city of Dallas mourns with you. We honor your son's legacy. And hopefully this is just a small, small demonstration of how we feel about the contributions that your son made in the very short period time that we had him here ceremony. But shells shells on on on South South South Lamar Lamar Lamar ST ST ST a a a portion portion portion of of of Lamar Lamar Lamar from from from I I I 32 32 32 South South South Central Central Central Expressway Expressway Expressway is is is now now now renamed renamed renamed Bottom Bottom Bottom John John John Boulevard, Boulevard, Boulevard,
Analysis: Liverpool's Latest Loss
"Craig. It was just six minutes of madness. Wasn't it yeah and sort of madness. I think exemplifies season. Yes they are of the title race. Those maybe not be but they are fighting donald for the top four. I mean a couple of teams that can go within a point of them with the game and honduras botham three points behind them with thank three games in hans. They've got a real gunfight for the champions league places next year the injuries of taken toll the were way to open nicotrol. The game from most parts play some nice stuff again and scored a wonderful goal. But they've been so open at the bark and vowed a couple of opportunities in the falstaff and when the opportunity came along and the second half of course another calamity the buck. I don't think i could believe what you see it on the sidelines. But that's the reality of it. That's the have claimed. Playoff possession bring yang suzanne. And as i say after a fantastic couple years. They're fighting as shop for frank. How do you explain what happened in that second half once. Alas scored brilliant assists from amino. You thought this is good for liverpool. They should go on to win this game and then just well. It's food war. We would say. But i i i wonder if one vandyke would have been the central defense it would have been the same story and maybe the conclusion of what happened the all season long for liverpool that they lost too many main players To make sure that it could compete with the others. Nothing to do with scott back. I think i did the job. But at least on who has been absolutely perfect for liverpool add to dreadful games And cost kind of six points to two to liverpool and six very important points. he cannot football with. Sometimes you don't know what's going on you know. Even if you have very experienced players the case of anderson's than i do and some others could be enough to to win a game away from home again. The dominated putting sixty their mind and the lost game so stupidly. I will say that there is nothing else to say but while let's see next season because there's nothing to expect from the from neva put until the end of the season. I think as mentioned again another mistake from allison of course after those two big mistakes and managed to city match as well from coach's perspective. How do you deal with that. what. I'm sure that you klopp kind of sits down has a maybe a couple of coffee with him or or maybe even a beer and talk through those mistakes and that just normal is a is a human being there will be moments where you make mistakes and and obviously cost him because a malaga an because Obviously mentioned the city is is kind of just flying away on their way to the title and nobody can stop them and liverpool is going through some some difficult moments. But it's also understandable as frank said. You know it's all dykes injury. And then other injuries kind of got ended on and and for three years they played mos amazing football on the planet. They were flying. I always call him up. Two hundred mph and and it's it's it was so enjoyable or is still enjoyable to watch them but it's it's normal that it comes now a period of time where things don't work out the they're not gonna win the championship for sure not But there's still have to get into the champions league. I mean you've got to give leicester a huge compliment for the season that they play So far but but when things like that happen. Individual mistakes happen especially a goalkeeper. You just need to to be with him. You gotta gave him all the support in the world and and Have a talk with him and and make sure that he kind of refocuses and and put it out of his mind because it it always. The next game is in a few days again
Dallas City Council Approves Renaming Street in Memory of Botham Jean
"Dallas City Council has unanimously voted to approve the renaming of a stretch of Lamar ST to both, um Gene Boulevard to honor the 26 year old who was killed in his apartment by an off duty officer in 2018. Former Dallas officer Amber Geiger claimed she thought she was walking into her unit and that he was an intruder. Geiger was found guilty of murder and sentenced to 10 years in prison.
"botham" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Week from today, Terror County is helping vaccinate eligible Texans and 10 surroundings counties. Initially they'll be called in here and given appointments to come and receive their vaccination. Eventually we hope that we'll be able to take something Out to them. County Judge Glenn Whitley says residents of neighboring counties with underlying health risks or 65, years old and older must register to be vaccinated on the Terran County website. The same applies for Tarrant County residents in Texas. You do not have to be vaccinated in the county you live in and a Dallas Street is being named after a man deemed a local hero. Both of John was shot and killed in his Lamar Street apartment by former Dallas police officer Amber Geiger in 2018. Since then, Dallas is acknowledged to be like Bo Day and celebrated Johnson. Life. Both of his mother, Alison, John appreciates the gesture. One wish is that both of his name will be remembered that never ever be forgot. Lamar for my 32 South Central Expressway will be renamed Botham John Boulevard. Like Nevil, WB. AP NEWS TEXAS Business Closing numbers on Wall Street, The Dow down eight points NASDAQ Up 57 the SNP 500 UP by nine again the low Tonight 38. It is 60 degrees from the W B A B NEWS desk. America BUSHMAN Your Next update at 6 30 24 7 coverage. WB ap dot com. Democrats unify the country by impeaching President Trump. And now we're hearing what Democrat unity sounds like yesterday. No questions, please. We're trying to bring this nation back.
"botham" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"The other product is one has been around for years and years. It's called iron out. Obviously, the pool has to be drained when you're doing this. Um All right, is a crystal that you will mix with warm water and you will baste the area so you'll have a brush paintbrush and you'll just keep basting. That rust stain it, too, will dissolve iron oxide. It's not gonna hurt the pool it all and it'll dissolve that stain. More familiar with that one. It takes Ah, lot of basting. So I don't know how big of an area that is, But that would be that would you know if you can even lighten it a little bit by rubbing it. That kind of tells me that you know it could be removed. They can be dissolved. So I checked those out. Even though you know Google Botham and kind to say which way you wanna go once called. Iron out. It's with an older product. The other one is a quick create product called efflorescence in rust remover. Okay? All right. Well, uh, kids will be excited. They've been wanting to repaint the pool, but I wanted to do something with the rest first, so absolutely. Absolutely. Because I have a feeling that maybe bleeding through the new coat of paint if we don't get it off, Yeah, I have that exact problem on the front door that had that. Yep. Issue And my wife reminded me that just yesterday. Such good wife. Alright, Dan, thanks much have a great Thanksgiving. Thank you, Ugo. Take care of all right, Join us. It's 808 to 38255 and Jim welcome. Morning. I have Ah, Split boy. You're home 1000 square feet on each floor. There's no cold air return in the basement and the horror level. Okay, wondering the North and has the bedrooms, boys cold under e. Don't even use my Eric nature or your own because Stays about 70 degrees down there. That's below grade. Yeah, but it's only about four people of great. Yeah. But how can it get a cold air return down there? Well, you know, you gotta be a little careful, but it sounds that zit sounds like that's exactly what you need, because obviously, it can't pump warmer air into a room. Until it removes some of the air or cycles back some of the air. In other words, you can't shove air in the air without taking air out. Because mother nature don't let that happen. Doesn't let you compress there. So, um These systems are pretty balanced. Um meaning? You got to be. You gotta be a little careful where you put it. I don't know if I can really tell you where to put it. But if you put a cold air obviously settles the lowest part into the area into the home. So you would put a cold air return low on the floor. If you can. Sometimes you can't. But if you put that in them behind the wall and then take it into the unit that would be returning that air and allowing you to put some warmer air into it. Um so Is that cool right through the first and yeah, yeah. Go in the cold air. You're bringing it back into the furnace area. Good. I put a bet right on the furnace. Cold Air event. Yeah. Um, I would imagine so but I don't know. I'd have to look, I'm kind of taking it from another angle one that might have too much corn. Well, that's I mean, I I don't even know if I would do that without really doing a little studying our consultant on HBC person because It's the systems and get it depends how old the system is. It depends the efficiency of that system. There's a lot of variables that go into that. No, there was just not that easy. Um, it does sound like that will help your situation. It sounds like that's exactly what you need. But placement of that may be critical to don't worry about Yeah, yeah, and again And sometimes when people ask me these questions, Jim, I visualized my basement. Or my first floor, my lower level and but it, you know, so I'm thinking of the area where we live in my furnace is on an unused area, and that's why I was talking about in the room because I want that more. Conditioned in better shape than that. You say you till the area s Oh, that's why I was speaking on that, But, yeah, it sounds It certainly sounds like that could be your issue of why There's bedrooms are so cold. Then I would say I would probably be more focused Ng. I'm putting that in the bedroom areas or just outside those bedrooms. Okay, All right. Okay. Thank you. Thanks, Jim. Take care hope that helps. All right, Let me give you the phone number. Talk a little home improvement on your weekend. It's 808 to 38255 year at home with Carrie sold for your home is just a click away at Gary Sullivan online dot com. This is at home with Gary Phillips members Talk station online at K How dot com..
"botham" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Connect any time at guarding your nest egg dot com. If you've been paying attention, it's obvious that the markets have been bouncing up and down a little bit recently, it's trying to spook some investors. But Morgan Household who studies the psychology of finance points out to CNBC. This is frankly what the market's dio the most important thing any investor could do is understand the long history of market volatility and realise that when something like this happens how normal that is, over time that the stock market on average over the last 100 years declines at least 10% at least once a year, 20% at least every two or three years, so that when you deal with something like that, it doesn't feel like it's necessarily broken or something is wrong with the economy, but that this is the cost of emissions that we have to pay in order to achieve long term returns. The cost of admission, he said. But what about folks that are over 50 who are a little too close to retirement? To be comfortable with all these 10 or 20% decline? So they just outta luck? Sure. If you're over 50, you're close to retirement. Your cost of admission needs to be lower to put it in his terms, right? You're not willing to risk his much so we can't just say Hey, listen, hang in there, In my opinion, hang in. There means in 2008 if you would be invested in the S and P 500. You would have hung in there for a 51% drop. Now we know markets don't go straight up. We know that there's going to be volatilities. We know we've had two crashes in the past. We're gonna have crashes in the future. This is why we're we're advocates for active management on portfolios. So what you need to do is figure out what what level of risk are you willing to have in your portfolio and then find a portfolio that's efficient enough to compensate you as much as possible for that level of risk. I use this analogy all the time. If I showed you two portfolios Botham averaging 8% per year, Which one would you choose? Most people would ask us to put half our money in one half the money in the other because they're diversified. But if I said, I've got two portfolios, both averaging 8% 1 of them's half is risky is the other one? Which one do you want? They say Put all my money in the one with half the risk, so it starts with evaluating how much risk you can afford to take in your portfolio and then finding a way to manage money to maximize returns so that we get a more efficient portfolio. Everyone's really looking for the same thing. I want the highest rate of return. I can get with the least amount of risk without analysis and taking a look at it. And understanding what's likely to happen Moving forward. We can't answer those questions, and it's almost impossible to have an efficient plan. Right now. You know, we want to look at plan A and plan by and there's an election coming up. We need to know the difference between a trump presidency in our portfolio abiding presidency on our portfolio, and we could do that through analysis with our comprehensive financial plan. That involves Mike and the team doing a risk return and fi analysis of your 401 K IRA. Maybe it's an annuity or two. You have pensions, TSP accounts, mutual funds,.
"botham" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"A WR. Guys are are making commitments and fighting through adversity and all that sort of thing, and it's good to see guys doing that, and trying to make 2020 is good seasons they possibly can for themselves and their football team. The belly price situation is interesting to me, because when you look at projections of the Bengal starting offensive line, I haven't seen Billy Price listed. Trey Hopkins got a contract extension. I think we assume he's going to be the starting center. They signed Xavier Su'a Filo to potentially be the starting right guard. But clearly in Billy prices mind he's not conceding any of that, whether it's winning the center position back or beating out Xavier Su'a, Filo and others. To be the right guard Billy Price showed up with the intention of winning a starting job back. No doubt about it, Dan, you know and in hand, Michael Jordan probably going to be in a pretty good battle at that. Left guard spot. Former Buckeyes Botham, Michael Jordan's much different body type. Mike Jordan. Michael Jordan's got the length and strength. Billy Price has the strength not as much the length so you know that's that's what he's fighting. I think it's much thing, but you know what? There's nothing wrong with being number six. Particularly if you're the best If you're the number one guy at center in both guards, the chances of all three guys playing every snap for 16 games, you know, in a perfect world great. Doesn't always happen. So you don't want to go from you'd like to go. 121? Not wonder off.
"botham" Discussed on KTRH
"Chestnut Ridge Behind the Stein more Botham give found online at their names or in southern gardens dot com. It's the one on North Park and King would garden center dot com. Just off King would drive where Chestnut Ridge and Stone Hollow come together. Let's get back to the border calls Get to look at our first picture for the day for people that got permission slips to send in pictures. Here's Chris in Spring morning, Chris Morning, Randy, tell me Tell everybody what I'm looking at. It makes sense. A planet a red oak. 30 gallantry in February and the last couple months believe or curling up falling off. And you have that black residue on the guy's not residue, But well, okay. Looks like a fungus on the back believe yeah, well, what it truly is, is a water extremity. In other words. A tree is either getting too much water or not enough water one of the others, So I start with the question is you planted this in February? Did you use our tree planting technique? Ooh! Deafening silence. No, but I did deep roots feed it a couple of months ago, and I do have two or three inches accomplished on top, and I've been putting some soil activator on it as well. OK, put micro life. What will you have met your overwatering this Think maybe so. I'm watering her once a week. Pretty heavily than that. I don't really water sprinklers. Get to it. That's why I'm saying if you if you are purposely watering once a week, and the irrigation is getting around their pride over watering it the way you test this is going to get down to that good 8 10 inches down in the soil. Out there by the drip line where it got planted, or you know the outer rim of that container. Went down, but I need to find out if it's just muddy or if it's just bone dry. It's one or the other. That's what's causing all those edges to go Brown and then eventually curl up. Then you do get some this. The reason. I think it's over, watered all the spots in the middle of the leaves. That's a fungal disease issue, and you only get that because of too much water. If you didn't get enough water it pride be brown, Brown brown and dropping leaves like crazy. Okay. All right. Yeah, we're going to check the water extremity, and you're going to probably need to air a one more time. You know, Instead of just deeply watering, you probably need to poke the holes. And Not a bad idea to put something like compost down a little bit more, but thin it out. So it starts getting into those holes. And we're going to even the watering out. That's the best thing I can tell you right now without me doing the test for you. You're gonna have to do this morning. If you need to call me back tomorrow and say it was this Now kind of tell me where I'm going with this or if you know it's too wet. We just gotta find a way to Keep it a little more consistent on the moisture without over watering it so that you don't get those browning edges and then the curl leaves and then you don't get the spots on the leaf, which is fungal disease related. If you want to spray something on there to kind of make you feel better get a systemic fungicide be spread that early in the morning. Early in the morning. Don't wait till 10 o'clock. It's going to be too hot. And I don't want to have that chemical on the tree in the middle of the hot heat. I want early in the morning or again, maybe late in the evening, like after 7 38 o'clock. What do you think, infused it just a systemic fungicide. Is it OK if it gets on the grass? Oh, absolutely Okay. All right. Appreciate you bet. And one last question. You're not using Weeden feeds, are you? Absolutely not good. I didn't think that looked like a herbicide burned, but I just had to cover all our bases on that. 713 to 1 to Katie are h. We go next to Bob and Deer Park, Bob. Good morning. You're on the air. Randy. Good morning, sir. Help me with transplanting pecan nuts. I've got some that a friend gave me that are way bigger than the normal nut. And they still has a green husk on him. I need to get rid of that husk and dry him out. I I am not a you're asking the wrong person. I'm sorry. I am not a pecan. Propagation expert in any way, shape or form, But I know you can talk to To say in your Deer Park. I would get a hold of the closest place to you would be mas nursery in nursery or get ahold of the Galveston County Extension office. Even though I know you're probably in That's eyes that Harris County in Deer Park. Just round I'd still get ahold of Harris, Galveston County Master Gardener Group and see if they've got any kind of publication. And then the last people I might tap into would be the Texas Pecan Growers Association up in Brian. They have a lot of tip sheets. They have a lot of good information, I say. The last thing speaking of Brian, that makes me think there's got to be something from Texas A and M in one of their viticulture ist who are pecan experts by definition, and they probably got some tip sheets on how to propagate through the nut. To grow another tree. But I like your thinking, because you see that this is a bigger than normal pecan. Let's try toe look benefit from it Eventually, you can't Friend game. The biggest thing you ever seen. I'm going well, well, I'm gonna put you on hold because we got news bright coming up, which, by the way, that means Brendon Cyprus, saying tight you'll be right after Bob when we follow up with I'm gonna check the am viticultural ists. Information and see if they've got a propagating technique for that kind of not that still green. I think that's worth checking into on behalf of Bob and Deer Park. At the very least, I still got Mas nursery. They're gonna have someone there can answer the question Galveston County Extension Office. If you're in Harris County, Harris County precinct twos in the Pasadena area, and then Ah Kong Growers Association and Brian and then that's going to make me goingto go to the base. Website and see what Aggie Horticulture has to say about it. This is the garden Line on NewsRadio. 7 40 K T h u R Houston SNU. Whether traffic plus Breaking News 24 7 Thiss is use. Radio 7 40 tr tried everywhere with I are from the gallery furniture made in America.
"botham" Discussed on KOMO
"And why they matter. I'm Sherry Preston. Coming up, remembering one of the greatest geeks of all time, who died suddenly this week, But first we wanted to continue the discussion about race and policing in this country. So we're bringing you. A powerful interview conducted by a bee sees Deborah Roberts. She sat down with a group of moms who are members of a club they never wanted to be in. We have to keep on finding out there's a lot of work to be done. They are the mothers. The model robbery. Rianna, Taylor, Botham, John Eric Garner, Tamir Rice, Antoine Rose and Trayvon Martin all killed over the past few years. Losing any child is tragic. Being reminded of losing yours over and over again is unimaginable. We all hope in prey. But when it's our chow You don't have to see it anymore. And every time you see another one, it takes you right back to the day. That had happened to you. Michelle Kinney knows grief in a way few of us do the kind that rocks your body pierces your soul. In 2018. Her 17 year old son, Antoine Rose was shot dead by a police officer as he ran on armed from a traffic stop in there. Pittsburgh hometown. It brings about a bond That I can't begin to explain, And I think the reason that that happens is because No. One Understand..
"botham" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"It's thirteen till the brother of the man shot and killed by a former Dallas police officer amber Geiger he is calling on law enforcement to improve training techniques Geiger serving a ten year prison sentence after shooting Botham John when she said she mistook his apartment for her own corresponding Clayton Nevil has more brand John was given an ethical courage award by the institute for law enforcement administration earlier this year the teenager gained national attention for forgiving Geiger at her murder trial I don't know if it is possible but can you were please yes during this week's ceremony crowded with police officers John called for better training I have come to believe that it was all because of a lack of training and poor utilization of proper techniques that because amber Geiger to murder my brother that is the reason that I stand before you today he had a stern message for the officers in the room I want you to ask yourself what are you doing to ensure that there will be no other families like mine prince mother Allison John said she's frustrated with the lack of action from Dallas police since the trial five from a murder conviction upon the dagger there has been silence by the city and it's time that someone speaks out after Geiger was sentenced to prison in October Dallas police chief Renee hall said she would investigate claims made against the Dallas police department at trial including an affair Geiger had with the police partner and alleged special treatment all of the things that were heard and brought out during the trial will be turned over to the internal.
Joshua Brown, key witness in Amber Guyger murder trial and neighbor of Botham Jean, shot to death in Dallas
"A key witness in the amber Geiger murder trial has been shot to death the former Dallas police officer was convicted last week of murdering bottom John and sentenced to ten years in jail Joshua brown was a neighbor of both John and Geiger gave key testimony at the trial police say brown was killed Friday not in the parking lot of his apartment complex where he was found with multiple
Botham Jean's brother forgives, embraces Amber Guyger
"Yes amber Geiger the ex cop from Dallas who killed both enzyme was sentenced to ten years in prison and that's when brit John who is both in Johns and a brother jumped up and gave late and just about to give a statement where he forgave amber Geiger and hope that she does well and gave her a hug right and some people upset about that have said about the for gave them said that the judge gave the woman a hug and that even if the court over this lady's hair was rubbing the ladies here so we're going to formal asking you thought before we do what what do you authority and my thought is that I can't imagine how I react in a situation like that if that happens to I have a older brother to my own older brother I can only imagine that in my head I try to make sense of it and they've been going through this whole process for a year it's been over a year since this occurred and maybe he's gone through a lot of
"botham" Discussed on KCRW
"Thirteenth AT cell rock ranch in Malibu featuring chefs led cooking demonstrations forty restaurant tastings and beverage samplings LA mag dot com slash the food event twenty nineteen I like to check that out as well so great coming up on All Things Considered an ambitious research expedition is getting under way in the Arctic Ocean the first challenge is to find a massive chunk of ice to freeze into for the year long voice we'll talk more about that also coming up on the program Houston is mourning the death of Harris County sheriff's deputies Sandeep doll wall who was killed last week dole wall was the first seek deputy in Texas and a trailblazer nationwide for his community more on that as well and come up and state local news at four thirty two what a well known insurance company or how they're ending a decades long battle with California live from NPR news in Culver city California I'm to Wayne brown as a war of words between house Democrats and president trump escalate several witnesses are testifying behind closed doors in the wake of a whistle blower complaint accusing trump of pressing the leader of Ukraine to investigate as democratic political political rival Joe Biden house intelligence committee chair Adam shift is warning the White House against any attempt to Stonewall the process if they are going to prevent witnesses from coming forward to testify on the allegations in the whistle blower complaint that will. raid an adverse inference that how those allegations are in fact correct president trump calls a whistle blower a spy in Dallas a former police officer was sentenced today to ten years behind bars for fatally shooting her black neighbor after mistakenly entering his apartment last fall amber Geiger sentence was decided by the same jury that found her guilty of murder she testified she mistook Botham John's apartment for her own and thought he was a burglar. in a formal letter California center Kamilla Harris is urging the head of social media company Twitter to suspend president trump's account because my holic reports this letter marks an escalation for Harris the twenty twenty democratic presidential candidate first publicly suggested Twitter should suspend Donald trump's account on Monday during an interview with CNN I think there is plenty of of of now evidence to suggest that he is irresponsible with his words in a way that could result in harm to other people and so the privilege of using those words and that we should probably be taken from him here S. insists the president's tweets violate Twitter's user agreement specifically by using the platform to intimidate someone she says the president is targeting and harassing the whistle blower the White House says it's not surprising Harris as someone who believes in bigger government would like to silence her political opponents as much knowledge NPR news you're listening to NPR in this is Casey or W. on a Wednesday October second of Larry Parral here's what's happening at four thirty two well known and well known insurance company is ending its two decades long battle with California regulators over extra fees charged to customers mercury insurance will pay the state a record forty one million dollars California insurance commissioner Ricardo Lara said today it's the largest property and casualty penalty and interest payment and the insurance department's history the department said mercury allowed its auto insurance agents to charge up to one hundred and fifty dollars an unapproved fees on top of state approved premiums or said most of the money will go to California's general fund a panel of federal judges this weekend's headed California big win on the complicated issue of net neutrality Golden State is pushing to block the tech companies that serve you the internet from influencing what you see so the Hudson with the California report has more a federal appeals court in Washington DC ruled that well the federal communications commission's repeal of net neutrality was legal it can't block states from instituting their own protections the ruling however does not mean. California's net neutrality law will immediately go into effect it could be appealed and California still has to contend with a separate legal challenge against its lock Scott Weiner author the California law there is one huge road road block that has been removed at least for now you know this is a big win but there may be further appeals so it's not final yet Federal Communications Commission or Michael Riley said in a statement the internet can't be segmented by state and the decision will lead to more litigation well Sonya Hudson with California report the owner a staple center is joining forces with a rival to form a venue management company that'll be the biggest in the country as Casey are W. stroll sats been reports the new company called a SM will be based right here in LA the merger merry's ATG facilities owned by billionaire Philip and shoots with S. M. G. a Pennsylvania company owned by private equity firm on X. and it creates an entertainment and convention behemoth that will be known by yet another three letter acronym.
Former cop who fatally shot neighbor found guilty of murder
"Sensing face continues today in the trial forward to a former Dallas cop who killed our neighbor amber guide was convicted of murder yesterday for shooting Botham John last year Geiger possibly faces life in prison she maintains she thought she was walking into her own apartment and shot John because she thought he was an
Botham Jean's mother testifies at sentencing after ex-cop Amber Guyger is found guilty of murder
"In Dallas this morning the penalty phase a convicted murderer amber Geiger resumes Geiger fired as a Dallas police officer after mistakenly entering the apartment a floor above hers last year in killing a document both John Alyssa Findlay misses her brother if I could just continue our conversation our last conversation just not let him hang up the phone John's mother Allison I'm not able to work but I just try to busy myself just to see if. to get out of my head Gaidar's facing five to ninety nine years in
Amber Guyger found guilty of murder in fatal shooting of Botham Jean
"Six oh one our top story an emotional verdict in the murder trial of former Dallas police officer a Dallas jury after six days of witness testimony and Wesley find the defendant amber Geiger guilty of murder here is a rough team in the court before judge Tammy camp shut down the head of sentencing for Geiger who tearfully testified Friday that she was foggy when she mistook her neighbor twenty six year old boffin John's apartment for hers thinking he was a burglar and killing him last year the former now convicted officer facing five to ninety nine years in prison Jeff man also
Ex-officer Amber Guyger testifies that she wishes Botham Jean 'was the one with the gun who had killed me'
"A Dallas police officer broke her silence about the night she killed a young accountant who lived in the apartment right above hers telling jurors she has to live with that guilt every day and that she wished the roles were reversed amber Geiger tearfully told the packed courtroom at her murder trial that she was sorry for killing the twenty six year old bottom gene last September explaining she mistook his fourth floor apartment for her own Geiger age thirty one repeatedly apologize for killing gene as she spoke publicly about the events of that night in the court room she said I hate that I have to live with this every single day of my life and I asked god for forgiveness she looked across the courtroom and gene's family and said she wished he was the one with the gun and it killed her instead she also said she never wanted to take an innocent person's life this is not about hate it's about being scared for US state radio news I'm John hunt.
Jury deadlocks on border activist charged with helping migrants
"A US jury could not reach a verdict today against the border activists charged with conspiracy to transport and harbor migrants and a trial that humanitarian aid group said would have wide implications on their work defense attorneys argued that Scott, Daniel Warren, a thirty six year old college geography instructor was simply being kind by providing to migrants with water food and lodging when he was arrested in early two thousand eighteen he faced up to twenty years in prison. Botham Gators maintained the men or not in distress and Warren conspired to transport and harbor them at a property used for providing aid to migrants and an Amazon a town near the US Mexico border, the case played out as mandatory. In groups say, they are coming under increasing scrutiny under President Trump's hard mine immigration policies outside the courthouse today. Warren, thank to supporters and criticized the government's efforts to crack down on the number of immigrants coming into the country a spokesperson for the US attorney's office in Arizona declined to comment on whether Warren will face another trial. The judge said a July second status hearing for the defense and prosecution. Warren is one of nine members of the humanitarian aid group no more deaths who've been charged with crimes related you their work, but he is the only one to face felony charges. Warren has said his case could set a dangerous. President by expanding the definition of the crimes of transporting and harboring migrants to include people merely trying to help border crossers, in desperate need of water or other
Amer Geiger, Tammy Kemp And John discussed on News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff
"A date for the start of jury selection has been set in the trial of former Dallas police officer Amer Geiger in the shooting death of Botham. Gene struck. Judge Tammy Kemp says testimony is scheduled to begin September. Twenty third and jury selection will begin September six exactly. One year after John's death Gardner was off duty but in uniform, when she killed John and his own apartment, Geiger says she mistook his apartment for own and thought he was a burglar judge camp questioned who leaked Geiger's nine one one call to the media, despite a gag order in
"botham" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"There's no this full generation of Iraq, which being developed specifically to generate electricity and in principle, at least, you know, these fourth generation reactors Fafa safer than than either act to the blew up in in trouble, all the reactors in Fukushima. I definitely think that that, you know, these branches looking at as part of the potential mix to to replace fossil fuel plants to generate electricity because of the moment Sunday, according to the experts, I spoke to well, I was researching the book, you know, the renewable energy sources of sufficient of the moment to make up the shortfall that would result from not only the expanding for like in developing countries. But also the need to get rid of these fossil fuel plums contributing so much climate. So at a minimum, it's a bridge. Exactly. I just I mean, I would take the position that it's just something that's worth looking into. I mean, obviously, the, you know, the cost of these accidents are enormous. But if there was a version of this technology that is not safe that seems what considering Atta Megan Botham terrific piece of work, midnight, incher noble, a great read. I hope people will check it out. Thanks for being here. Thank you. We shift years in a moment, Wayne Pacelle, he is here to talk about animal, welfare and the sixth extinction and a lot of topics related to animal welfare that hit closer to home. We'll be right back with more coast to coast will go into the break with Marvin Gaye. You know, what they.
"botham" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Grappling with all manner of issues regarding all this. But the bug has caught on everyone wants to go everywhere whenever they want to and they don't even need to buy a vehicle, unless of course, you fancy a unicycle, but someone is probably working on that startup as I speak. I'm wear again. This is five minutes. Five minutes is produced at the studios of FM in San Francisco. Five minutes is a production of tech nation Meteo on Paul. From San Francisco, I'm warrior gun, and this is technician. Today on tech nation, the second of our two part series Chernobyl then and now last week we heard from journalists Adam pigan Botham, the author of midnight insure noble, the untold story of the world's greatest nuclear disaster. He took us inside the reactor control room. He profiled the people who are on the scene or played a role, and he painted a picture of.
"botham" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"You are. Hi. Yeah. Yes. Make my contribution to your show. Longtime listener, thank you. What do you think of the day? When the show me the fellow who have made money money. No, one was I'll tell you with money regularly and everywhere command as well on people's backs. Yeah. People do what? Every man has on other people's backs. How so. Yes. The guy the guy the guy I just told you about who was swinging a hammer. We'll just swing a hammer and he looked around and saw dirt lots and Botham that wasn't on anybody's back. It was on his own. He just he just pursued his own individual good. He thought I by that law. Maybe that'll be good for me down the road. He was a better chess player than most people he made. He he looked three moves down the road. So I have to disagree with you on the on the business about on other people's backs. Yes. Does that go on? Yes. Yes. Yes. It's also, I guess you could say other people's back when you hire somebody. But if you pay them fair wage, and they're willing to work for that wage. It's not on their back. Anyway, George I gotta run. I appreciate the call phone number's eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred. We will take a short break and be.
"botham" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani
"If anything makes you worse. So the big takeaway is don't invest in individual stocks, the average individual investors should not be picking stocks. That's not what investing is. And really the average investors should pick something simple. It's called a target date fund. All it is is a fun where you tell them the target date that you're going to retire or for people who don't plan to retire when you're going to be fifty five or sixty five and what happens is that fund is automatically diversified. It. Includes international coups bonds, all kinds of stuff and over time. It gets more conservative as you get older that is all you need to focus on for investing. And the keeping you do is just put as much as you can into it as early as possible in regularly on on you have a town date fund. Oh, yeah. I have a target date fund. That is where the bulk of my investments are in index and target date funds. They're low cost they're diversified. And that's what generates returns, that's how real individual investors. Invest that tastic advice. Thank you so much. Now, I want to ask you about crypto because this is another category where we get a ton of questions. So I listen to a speaker Trump about crypto and heat made a killing in crypto Aigner one guy who's a billionaire because he. Bitcoin really really really early. So this is my story. I was gonna mess him crypto and one of my friends, I had dinner and she used to be married to Warren Buffett sunshine, Mary Botham was over. And she said hi you as a Warren would never invest in crypto. And she advised me to look at some healthy blue chip type stocks like apple instead right now me being me. I didn't take that dais value. So I completely stupidly ignore her at by so pre months later down on coin base dot.
"botham" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"Dot com. So it's listen through through that. I don't know. I don't know how it works. Oh, he's trying to get people to integrate into their player. It works with radio. Okay. And he's got these strategies for detecting ads. I I'm pretty sure that's not gonna work on our on ours. No. Because I we've adds into the fabric of the show. So you don't know that's old time TV when they used to have it in the show like who see would take out the current TV win del sponsors entire detect here. Like, oh, look, they're all on Dell's. Yeah. What was it? Was it breaking bad where they're all using windows phone well into the past the demise of the windows phone. Indicating show whatever that had it in there too. And I was like oh silly. Isn't that cute Microsoft surface and the NFL? Yeah. And they're or as we call them, I pads. That's their biggest moment was when what was it was one of the quarterback the jets? He snapped his in half because it got so frustrated. Belinda cuff. I think through his yeah. Yeah. But that you know, he throws whatever you can. I think we can. Oh, hey, I didn't see this. But I gather at the VLC boosts. Yes. At CAS of those hats, they had a counter which was kind of funny counter because it's a bunch of tablets and they hit three billion downloads. See as I don't know if that's real or not because that's kind of coincidental timing, but still doesn't use. I mean that VOC is the best. I mean, the the the best example of open source working. Well, you know, what we didn't talk about all through the show. What was there any VR at CAS? Yeah. I mean, there was an M R headset that was one of our best offs. It was from a startup. It's called n real. And they basically what the Clini that was augmented reality. That was I think it might be a are or are not fool VR. But look a lot like the willy Wonka glasses. I guess. Yeah. That picture is a nice picture. Quite that. Nice. I actually a fan of the display technologies. So they're our technology allows you to take any or you're right. They're a little more completely wireless when you put Richard and. A little bit more nerdy. Yeah. Yeah. Just a tad. I can't really do three d right now because I have a cataract in my right is so sorry just looks just makes me sick. So this is augmented or X extent X reality or augmented reality more than it is virtual reality. Right. Yeah. I think the play with VR now is content. I think that the hardware is more or less. We've we've sort of reached the stage where they're more or less get going to be about where they are. They're still advances to be made, of course. But I don't think see is the show. They're gonna bring it to any more. We're looking at content. So they'll be may try track VR arm of the film festival as well. As each three. We're gonna see maybe new hardware as well as content for VR. So probably for the best that he has been quiet on the VR front gone the way of three D TV myself, but we'll see. Ladies and gentlemen. You guys are so good. I am so glad you're here. Stacey Higginbotham Botham is the host of the IOT podcast with Kevin toefl her website..
"botham" Discussed on KGO 810
"Love to hear from you one eight hundred two two two five two two to this lady. I'm just thinking what this woman the right to pet. Someone's dog who is working now. I know if you know normally on the street there are people with dogs, and they all touch pet each other, and Bob, blah, blah, blah. That's fine. But service dogs are a particular. Pet that cannot should not be distracted. They are very focused on their owners. Service dogs. So it is amazing to me. That a story like this can even pop up on social media. But on the other hand, it is not amazing to me why because we allow in this great country people who are weird. To act weird. I mean, I I look at this story and this woman. Call service dogs. Sally became enraged when she was told she was not allowed to pet service dogs in training. And it goes on social media, Facebook and all that stuff and people, you know, they act differently when they're around pets. But the idea I I've seen service dogs. I know when they are working Botham. I mean, they are so focused on their owners. But this woman feels that she had the right and the thread to call a lawyer. What what what can a lawyer do? You just have to chalk this type of story. As part of the insane individuals who are just out there thinking that they can do whatever they want and threaten or intimidate someone by calling a lawyer. We'll take a break. We'll be back midday live. JJ? Traffic. From the Chilton auto body traffic.
"botham" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"You made a choice you made danger your profession, and we're grateful and you've done a great job on. It's okay. If you if you hurt yourself. And somehow tightrope walkers are the greatest artists because they can make a mistake only ones that was the wisdom by nature. It doesn't quite have to be like that. But I I like the idea of danger in classical music, which is not much talked about. But the fact that people sometimes have to doing credibly difficult demanding things where the absolute focuses needed and years of practice and training, and then they do it. And it's very exciting. What happens when two virtuosi meet each other? You you've worked and you've written for yoyo Ma. Is it feel different to ripe for for someone specifically as to without your applause machines down and be confronted with empty page. Is it a lesson empty page and you're doing specifically for one performer? I for. I find it very difficult actually write music generally without knowing who going to play which orchestra is going to reform it who is going to conduct. I like the more personal connection. And with people whom I have known for very long time. It becomes extra fascinating. Because I quite often think okay. I'll take that person little bit outside her his comfort zone and see. What happens? Of course, these people at your many of the other people have written are incredibly. Virtuosity skilled talented people. So it takes a lot to push them to go. Big companies. It's very hard to push them on the edge. But, but in some cases, something extraordinary happens, at least might view when somebody who's usually just completely on top of everything is actually facing something which is almost impossible. And I liked not excitement that comes out of that moment of extraordinary, focus. I don't like torture. Don't get me wrong. And this is not a power thing. It's it has nothing to do with it. If I were interested in power, I wouldn't be dealing with classical music. This is just like toys power in comparison to rebound. But I like that sort of dynamic that a composer is not someone who thinks in the abstract composer is somebody who writes for people to perform for people. So that the human communication element. Always. I wonder if the the fact that loss of the canon is. Was written in the past. Does that make it abstract? We listen to the music as note, we listen to music, a huge welling, emotional storytelling thing. But there is an abstraction to it. Because it is old does that make any difference on it doesn't actually because if you think of other fields theater, especially texts written by not only Shakespeare, but the Greeks Sophocles, they're totally current. They just need a little bit of updating and sometimes not even that same thing with composers like Botham bid orphan Mozart. Okay. The style and the technique in the the tools of expansion. Our time typical so house abilities expresses this himself has to do with the cultural and political situation in northern Europe and more specifically in Finland around nineteen hundred however, what the music is about is. It's completely contemporary and timeless. I e us how we feel. What is important? You know, the big themes loved death. Hatred excitement sex. Like, very fundamental human aspects of the human life and psych..
White officer who shot neighbor inside his apartment indicted for murder
"Injuries. Former Dallas police officer ember Geiger has been indicted for murder in the shooting death of her neighbor Botham, John Dallas county district attorney faith Johnson continuing what she what may have happened. What was in her mind before only thing we're saying that at the moment of this shooting? It was an intentional and knowing. Offense, Geiger who is white told investigators. She thought she was going into her own apartment and shot. John who was black thinking, she was dealing with an intruder. It was his apartment a
Layoffs hit, prices lag as tariff pinches lobster industry
"Three hundred seventy five goats to be sent to the national forests in the north cascades where the animals are native teams used tranquilizer darts to capture them in the first round of the plan this week, the goats were put in slings helicopter to a staging area. And then. Taken to their new home. The American lobster industry starting to feel the pinch of China's tariff on US seafood, exporters and dealers are reporting, sagging prices and financial pressure, China, which is a major buyer of lobster imposed a heavy tariffs on exports from the US early July
Despite Trump comments, Ford says it won't make Focus Active hatchback in US
"At President Trump said the tariffs on China would lead forward to build its focus active crossover vehicle here in the United States. President tweeted that Ford had scrapped the plan to sell that vehicle in the US because terrace now the car would be built in the US. Port says, no it'll still below vehicle in China. It'll just sell it in a number of countries, but not in the US because of the
Texas officer arrested on manslaughter charge in man's death
"W new developments in the case of a Dallas police officer who shot one of her neighbors, and what she now claims wasn't mistake. New developments involving the officer who says she mistakenly shot and killed twenty six year old youth. Pastor Botham John in his own apartment that officer now identified as amber Geiger on the force with Dallas for four years Geiger was expected to face manslaughter charges, but the Texas Rangers who've since taken over the case now saying they need more time to investigate. Investigators say officer Geiger was in uniform returning home from her shift Thursday and entered the wrong apartment when she fatally shot John Geiger off duty at the time saying she thought John was an intruder in her apartment. Geiger was also involved in a twenty seventeen. Shooting, but it's not been indicted that man hospitalized after he allegedly tried
Ford Motor, Alibaba and President Trump discussed on Bloomberg Finance
"Jack Ma will step down as executive chairman at Alibaba group holding in one year Baba's CEO, Daniel John will succeed Ma at Asia's most valuable company Ma will remain on the board until Alibaba is annual shareholders meeting in twenty
Hurricane Florence strengthens as it takes aim at Southeast
"Station, African American Botham John in his own apartment on Thursday has been arrested. This Sunday thirty year old amber, Geiger, told police she mistakenly thought John's apartment was her apartment when she opened fire attorney s Lee Merritt had been calling for Geiger's arrests for days and says he has presented new evidence to the district attorney because we respect the integrity of the