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"bued" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:49 min | 2 months ago

"bued" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"World Championships Saturday in college football, and Clemson is blowing out Notre Dame the number three Tigers leading 31 3 in the third quarter as the two teams battle it out for the A C C title. Also right now, at the half, it is number 24 San Jose State leading Boise State. 19. 3 is those two teams play for the Mountain West title. Earlier, Ohio State won the Big 10 title, knocking off Northwestern 22 10. Oklahoma picked up the Big 12 championship, knocking off number six. Iowa State 27 21. Also today, Number five, Texas A and M defeated Tennessee 34 13. Coming up tonight. Top ranked Alabama will take on seventh Ring Florida in the S E C championship game and ninth ring. Cincinnati will host number 23 toes up in the A C title game. Illinois higher Giants assistant Brett BUE Emma as it's a new head football coach today. And speaking of the NFL week, 15 rolling on two games on tap tonight. Right now, the Bills trying to clinch the FCC's title is they square off against the Broncos in Denver, and they leave the Broncos 35 13 in the third big first half for Josh Allen. He threw two touchdown passes, ran it in 24 yards for another and then started the third quarter by punching at him from one yard out for another touchdown. So again, the bills up 35 13 in the third quarter. Tonight. Winners of three straight the Packers China lock up the number one seed in the NFC when they host the Panthers at Lambeau Field on the injury Front of Saints play this wide receiver Michael Thomas on the injured reserve with the Spring Day go hoping help 100% for the post season. Giants backup quarterback Colt McCoy will start in place of Daniel Jones with the Giants, who is the Browns tomorrow night. According to reports Drew Brees was cleared by doctors. So he's expected to start when the Saints play the Chiefs tomorrow. Morrow afternoon. Cornerback Dwayne Haskins will be under center instead of Alex Smith when Washington host Seattle because Smith was rolled out with the calf injury. Great Patriots running back Damian Harris was rolled out for tomorrow's game against the Dolphins with an ankle injury. Alliance quarterback.

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"bued" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:56 min | 2 months ago

"bued" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Championships Saturday in college football, and Clemson is blowing out Notre Dame the number three Tigers leading 31 3 in the third quarter as the two teams battle it out for the A C C title. Also right now, at the half, it is number 24 San Jose State leading Boise State. 19. 3 is those two teams play for the Mountain West title. Earlier, Ohio State won the Big 10 title, knocking off Northwestern 22 10. Oklahoma picked up the Big 12 championship, knocking off number six. I os t 27 21. Also today, Number five, Texas A and M defeated Tennessee 34 13. Coming up tonight. Top ranked Alabama will take on seventh Ring Florida in the S E C championship game and ninth ring. Cincinnati will host number 23 toes up in the A C title game. Illinois higher Giants assistant Brett BUE Emma as it's a new head football coach today. And speaking of the NFL week, 15 rolling on two games on tap tonight. Right now, the Bills trying to clinch the FCC's title is they square off against the Broncos in Denver, and they leave the Broncos 35 13 and the third big first half for Josh Allen. He threw two touchdown passes, ran it in 24 yards for another, and then started the third quarter by punching it in from one yard out for another touchdown. So again, the bills up 35 13 in the third quarter. Tonight. Winners of three straight the Packers China lock up the number one seed in the NFC when they host the Panthers at Lambeau Field on the injury. Front of Saints play this wide receiver Michael Thomas on the injured reserve with a sprained ankle, hoping help 100% for the post season. Giants backup quarterback Colt McCoy will start in place of Daniel Jones with the Giants, who is the Browns tomorrow night. According to reports Drew Brees was cleared by doctors. So he's expected to start when the Saints play the Chiefs tomorrow. Morrow afternoon. What about Dwayne Haskins will be under center instead of Alex Smith when Washington whose Seattle because Smith was rolled out with the calf injury, Great Patriots running back Damian Harris was rolled out for tomorrow's game against the Dolphins with an ankle injury and Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford's expected to start when the Lions play the Titans Stafford making his way back from the injured ribs. America..

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At least 3 dead as wildfire explodes in Northern California

Rush Limbaugh

00:40 sec | 6 months ago

At least 3 dead as wildfire explodes in Northern California

"Continue to rage across California. Including the so called bear fire in the north. Many escaped the flames. Some could not the BUE County sheriff's Department saying the bear fire has taken three lives. All others remain missing. Our community is Unfortunately, becoming accustomed to this I certainly hoped after the campfire that I wouldn't be back up here. Talking with you about Wildland fire of this magnitude sure of Cory hone addressing the media just short of two years after the campfire became the deadliest fire in state history, the city of Paradise in neighboring communities also issued evacuation notices. Or the bear five boxes.

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"bued" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

06:27 min | 2 years ago

"bued" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"News traffic at the bottom of the hour, the president since the border talking immigration right now, though, it is rare when you can get an overwhelming majority of Americans to agree on anything these days much. There is agreement on this people fed up with social media new poll out by the Wall Street Journal and NBC finds majorities of people find platforms like Facebook divisive finna threats to privacy. And yet we keep on using Facebook and other social that works everyday, Jessica pal. Former vice president communications at Google author of the big disruption totally fictional. But essentially true Silicon Valley story. So Jessica, why do people keep using it? If they seem to hate it so much. There is not serve paradoxical that they're not surprising. I mean, there's a reason we're on social media, the connections and the picture the content, but that same content can make us feel bad and not only that. But I think we worry about our privacy, particularly after all of the revelations concerning Facebook over the past year. Is it? I just we roll out of bed. We grab our phones we start scrolling. Is it just something that has become now ingrains in what we do like, you said sometimes it makes us feel bad. Because it looks like everybody is having a great time out there. And maybe you're not that we end or whatever it is. Why do we keep going back? I think you're a much better person than I am if you actually get out of bed before you check. Roll towards my phone. The flame. Yeah. I mean, I think it is it a very very hard habit to break. I mean, not only is the content appealing to us. But it also, you know, what are just killing time are a little bit bored. It's much easier to look at your phone then to do other things. So I think it would require a quite a bit of a self discipline on our part to break. Somebody's habits or the differences in terms of generations. Oh, absolutely. I mean, I think that's you know, if I were one of these companies in particularly Facebook looking at results like this. I would be far less worried about these results, which frankly, I think we've known about a very long time. And if you were at any of these companies doing market research, you've known for a very very long time that people have mixed feelings about social media on your platform, what you're much more concerned about if you're a Facebook is where your new users are going to come from because young people are generally, not using Facebook. They're much more privacy sensitive than older generations. They're much more interested in the Snapchat snap as it's now called or other platforms, and they're not going on Facebook. So that's actually much more concerning to Facebook. Because of course, all of us talking right now at some point we and we're off that platform, but where there next users. There's some that are more favorably Bued than others the generational differences. But is Facebook that the most disliked or or is it Twitter because of all the arguments on there, or where are we with with how people think of these companies, I mean, no doubt, perhaps depending on which study, you see might get a different result. I think Twitter actually is a smaller user base. So that would no doubt affect those numbers. I think Facebook tends to take the cake not just because I mean, I think first and foremost because it has more users, and it's in more places. But also, you know, they've had more screw ups. Twitter has had a lot of high profile issues around content and controversial content on the platform. But Facebook is not just, you know, the live streaming of the New Zealand shooter, which is also Twitter show, but it's also issues around our personal data right in Cambridge Analytica giving access to our data to third parties. And then how that data then gets used by those third parties in. Things like elections, right? Every business eventually has to change. So in light of these studies and others as well. And places like Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, all the platforms. Do they need to change? And if so how would they change? I, you know, I think that if you're asking these companies to change a lot of the things that we take issue with are things that are very core to the whole idea of how you grow your business. Right. You know, just, you know, recently in the news with around about live streaming of the shooting in New Zealand, and and how and a lot of cases on things like Twitter or YouTube. There is a auto play of. So you can all of a sudden have a video a terror attack being streamed right in front of your eyes it you've just scrolled onto. But yet we know that auto play, for example is a feature that really helps with engagement. So if you're if we're trying to ask these companies to change we're asking them to essentially slow their growth and slow engagement, and that's somewhat an anthem ah to what they want to do. So I don't I don't think true deep change is going to happen unless it's imposed on them. What about regulation if we're skeptical of these companies are we open to congress writing some rules for them. But then I think there was another. Line in here. That said look if the government can't handle robocalls. I mean, how are they going to handle the internet? You know, I think there is a little bit of truth to that regulation tends to move slow. It doesn't by the time, particularly when you're talking about technology by the time it it. There is some legislation that everyone agrees on usually the the there's something new that in the world has moved on. And so I think that is a legitimate concern. Even if it was free of jokingly in terms of the robo calls at the so I think in ideal world, you would have these platforms have taken their responsibility more seriously and far earlier on and then you wouldn't be in a situation where both sides of the aisle are asking such questions and pushing for regulation, you know, I think it's actually really interesting that now that we're gearing up for the next presidential election that people are talking about this, more and more. And while some of the proposals make more sense than others. I think it's actually a really good sign that people are trying to put concrete proposals out there that that at least we can argue or or trying to figure out how they could be improved. Jessica Pell, former vice. Residency communications at Google author of the big disruption. Totally fictional. But essentially true Silicon Valley story, Jessica, thanks reminder next indepth, the podcast of you, MRs show subscribe to radio dot com. I tunes wherever you get your podcast and coming up in just a few minutes here on in-depth. Can we expect to see Mick Jagger bounding across the stage again anytime soon? When news breaks is no time for.

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"bued" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"bued" Discussed on The Big Picture

"He's made very serious well received films United ninety three the born films. Most recently, captain Phillips that movie was not very warmly received as well. You know, it's in stark contrast. I think to the way that the company was able to shift the narrative over the summer with a couple of movies set it up. All the boys before Bill Simmons his family huge fans of the kissing booth. There were all these sort of teen and Rahm come movies that people got really invested in you worked on a story with Elissa Barra's neck about the way social media grew around those Yanks. So we know that they can do some of the things that Hollywood has prided itself on over the years, which certainly build and mint new stars, then position them and then sun up to contracts. I think Zoe digest doing another Netflix movie. I think Len Powell is doing another Netflix movie. So they're able to do those things getting to the Oscar is a little bit harder this week. They are releasing the ballot of BUSTER Scruggs, which is a film by another Oscar winning team the Coen brothers. It's a very interesting movie in may or may not have started as a TV anthology series. And then eventually was winnowed down to six many films. There's niche together it's a little bit. There's been a little bit of disinformation about that. Because many now that people are saying, well, this was never going to be a TV series. Or this was never meant to be, you know. I don't know how seriously to take that. But the Coen brothers. You know, country Feldman is the best picture winner. They're sort of routinely nominated at the Oscars this movie to while. I am a big fan of it. There's something ambient in the like, okay. I guess this is like a big deal that I have to take seriously. Do you sense? What I'm saying? Yeah. I mean, it's a Coen brothers western movie released during Oscar season. So there is also history there, I think it's really interesting that it's not being taken as seriously as no country, all men or true grit, just because that pedigree signals traditionally an award season. It's like okay boxes checked Coen brothers. Yes. Western yes. Like character actors who would like to see get a shot substrate year. That's true. You know, this really is kind of a total prestige Askar bait movie, and it's not really getting that buzz. And that was so interesting to me because we've talked about this. It's an anthology movie. And that might be part of the reason. It's not getting as much traction because it has kind of like TV esque elements at the same time. It seems like it's definitely more suited to net. The Netflix experience itself, which I wanted to bring up because I watched out looking at ten AM Esther day. And I would like to talk more about my viewing experience watching king. One of the things I thought was I have no idea why this isn't a mini series. Yeah. Just make it a mini series. It's on Netflix. People like washing battles. Like we have game of thrones evidence for that. And when outlaw kingdom Bued at Toronto. It was twenty three minutes longer. I believe that's right. And it was received. Well, and so much has been made of the fact that the director got the chance to make a tighter at it. It's much better, blah, blah, blah. I don't know whether it is because I was not at Toronto. But nor was I thought it was notable that the scenes that were cut. According to an interview on any wire was an entire battle scene..

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"bued" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

07:53 min | 2 years ago

"bued" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"It'll be Steve Pearce to step to the play Pierce Martinez and Bogart's against the hard radio works off the first space edge of the rubber and the pitch swing and a foul ball at the play. Pearson? This one with a walk in a run scored and an RBI single thirty five years old. He's played for. Every team in the American League east guy originally drafted by the pirates the old walk is low then inside. That big three Homer game on August. Second against the Yankees here at Fenway. And then the next night hit another Homer. Up Red Sox fan the one one. That's indicate rob Bradford wrote that great article talking to Steve Pearce in which Pierce growing up in Florida lakeland. Talked about how he was. He's Red Sox fan. All fan has got loose all the field in right center. And instead of trying to the lead security just dove headfirst onto the grass and right center. Use an easy catch. Graphs. Angels actually day was right? Great. Spent some money. A little bit of money to for that ticket. Yeah. Wait till the night, right? Absolutely the game. This strategy involved. So here's peer style DeKalb tool and one then should Steve. He did play for the Yankees. The pitch. You want it on the ground at third big, Hoppy do har- gathers it in rose versity giant. One up and one down at brantford W, E dot com. Got pierced to say that when he was with the Yankees that he was sitting near saying man, I wish this was a Red Sox. That's awesome. I love the truth in that. I mean, again, it, you know, you never know where you're going to end up in for Steve Pearce. He's been everywhere. Bullets unique is well, you don't get guys usually didn't hold their fandom for that long. Yeah. Into their adulthood, while they're they're still playing his JD Martinez at a pitch. And like Pierce pitch down. Low was a Red Sox fan growing up. The best example that. I can remember since I've been doing this of a guy who was a huge fan and still a big league pitcher. This was a pretty good example. But one J JD swing and a broken-bat lider caught out of the year that I by Luke and Martinez retired. Mark Burleigh was such a big Saint Louis cardinals fan. That early in his career. The actually Warri cardinal hat said the ballpark ball pitching for the Chicago White Sox and a couple of the veterans had to tell them yet. And in his career. He really wanted to finish and pitch for the cardinals. He grew up a die hard cardinal fan. That's pretty good though. Spoke cards now. And the pitch. My that's in for a strike. First practice at Stanford like foul balls economy casually. Having canyon form I had UCLA short, son. Oh my gosh. My favorite show. The one swing. It is lost my scholarship on the spot. Don't do that. The Dow with two outs and the basis empty. We're the bottom of the fifth five nothing Boston. John giambi. Jessica Mendoza able on DS Red Sox up big so far deal. Chu is in the dirt. That's pretty good though. That's that's it right there. The upperclassmen of sure. They didn't say. My coach literally the best is. I was like what he's like your shorts. And I was like, oh, yeah. I got the UCLA. He's like, no. You can go home. Yeah. And actually don't even come back today. There's a one to Slater foul pushed out of play to the right? See I got a good story out of you with my Mark but make up for the for the bad. David Ross story you dead with flying colors. Better. It's all your fault Rousey feel like rotten Rossi told that it was a lot better. I just anyway. To out spaces at the full house here at Fenway. It's got little quiet, Lance Lynn back to work. Fires. Swing in a bouncer up the middle DD to his left spears. It fires on the boom throw the first gets away from their bags off the screen in front of the Red Sox dugout. Head safe refers to Bogart's that should be an infield single. That will be an infield single for number two shortstop for the Boston Red Sox wears that number to honor his favorite player growing up. The former Yankee Derek Jeter. Bogart's? Base and here is at Wardha Nunez who is old for two five. Nothing Boston leading the Yankees bottom of the fifth. New Year's open stance on that right side. The pitch, and that's it for a stripe. Exander Bogart swearing number two in a Red Sox. Uniform just pit advises the day and age of where we live in. Now. This never would have happened even fifteen years ago where you could wear the number of the rival team that really we're talking six seven years removed was the best player. You would not have seen that. Nine hundred seventy s go all the way back the one downstairs. Now, remember when he debuted on their team that won. Two thousand thirteen he wore number seventy two and he wore that number because number to belong to a current Yankee. Then red sock. Jacoby Ellsberg throw to first and Bogart's back in does that make sense or so so when ellsbury was with the was with the Red Sox at Bogart state Bued in thirteen where they want it all he couldn't wear too because ellsbury had had it with the Red Sox. I told them terribly. Broken-bat roller under the glove of land out there to second Torres throw a first in time. And that is the enemy. I don't think you're listening to everything that I'm saying. Take. We had. Number six, and it's the Red Sox on top of the Yankees five to nothing..

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"bued" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"bued" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"I love the podcast and if you, you can't get enough Johnny swim. After you see the new issue, we have some great video content that we made with them head of her to relevance YouTube channel, or you can go to relevance NetCom and click on our TV, and you can see a couple of their performances here in the relevant studio. And we just posted a couple of days ago a new video we did with them the love and money QNA. I mean, they're known as one of the couple goals. You know, in our world, we sat down. And ask them the ends and outs of their relationship is really funny. It's a really funny video check that out at our site. Hey, and also I mentioned the love money podcast season to the trailer. The second trailer it's rampant up is out now go check that out on itunes and the new season actually debuts. Next week, we are excited. We have a new host that we're going to be introducing. The trailer tells you about her. Go check out this season, two of the love of money podcast. While you're on. I tunes if you like our show head over to the relevant podcast listing on I tunes in rate it and leave a comment. If you don't like it, keep it to yourself. But if you love the show, tell other people at helps it be seen Jesse. You've been watching. We mentioned this. You've been watching the comments. Give us give us a taste of what, what the buzz, the scuttle by what? What are the people. Money. This is a couples activity. This says, my wife and I listened to the podcasts all the time in love it. It's so it's a couples activity. This one easily easily. My favorite podcasts over the years while others have come and gone the excellence of relevant shine through as they definitely as they deathly address both current events and the pending robot uprising. See, we've seen. This film was a little backhanded says, sadly Jesse bottle. Bottle is that sad? That would have been a fine review without it. So. Sadly your people's role model because like I saw on Twitter this week, Canadian running tweeted out what's the worst running advice you've ever heard? And one of our listeners replied, anything that Jesse Carey has said on the relevant podcast, hashtag shock and all that is you are leading generation and we don't stretch. We eat terribly in its you force your your mind, forces your body to do things that doctors say is dangerous to do. That's my advice, just no excuses. All right. Well, I'm not no wrappings up. Make sure to tune in for next Tuesday's episode of the show where we have an interview with Brandon, Michael hall, the star of the new CBS sitcom Godtfred me just a Bued. You don't wanna miss that one and a great episode on Tuesday. Okay. Well, on that note will wrap things up. I'm Cameron Strang ginger string. Jesse, Kerry Taylor Huckabee and I'm the mother asparagus..

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"bued" Discussed on State of the Union with Jake Tapper

State of the Union with Jake Tapper

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"bued" Discussed on State of the Union with Jake Tapper

"One of the donor class, the lobbyists, the media, why you and the president wants to know who it is so you can undermine that person's credibility. You can't attack him or her without knowing who it is in the same way that you have attacked other critics. James cone, the morose. Uh-huh. Whomever so. So I mean, isn't that really one of the reasons that you want this person to come. I already undermined credibility. I don't know why they were Bued with the fardie transparency, accountability, and credibility that everybody gave him other than they were peddling an anti-trump message. I don't think the non messenger should be viewed with that level of credibility, so they've already undermine their credibility. I think the whole point here is, are you somebody if you're somebody who do this? Are you somebody also access to information about national review. No question. The president said this week that he wished he had been interviewed for Bob Woodward's book which comes out this week. You and the president had a conversation with Woodward on the phone, which Woodward tape-recorded after getting permission from the president. I want you to take a listen to a quick excerpt. Months ago you came over and I laid out, I wanted to talk to the president and you said you would get back to me Dalen I put in the request, but you know they, it was rejected. I can only take it so far. I guess I can bring it breaks the president next time early in the call. President Trump was voicing concern that you had not been consulted about it, but you are the senior counselor to the president. There is no one between you and President Trump other than perhaps the chief of staff who don't you put in the request that it was rejected. Internal conversations. I will just tell you that. I also in that tape there before after that, the president says she has direct access issue could've brought it to me. And what I said to Mr. Woodward is did you ask anybody else? And he said seven or eight people, and I'm going to give the phone back to the president. Now, Bob police, tell him the seven or eight people. I don't think he did that because. The negative, but I'm the above board person in the White House who on my official Email through the official car service when over to find out what the book was about and how I might be you didn't want him to get you didn't wanna give Woodward access to president. Decisions exclusively are ultimately, and I just want to say one thing that the president later said to present, she thinks about Woodward that you may not have time to play, but I wouldn't tell you your viewers was important. They can play the tape. One is Bob doesn't really matter what you're writing the book because the economy's doing so well, we're doing great in terms of bringing peace not war around the globe. NAFTA and the president says, that's a real story. That's a great story, not toll. Second thing, we don't think it would've made a difference. But the president said that this week that that probably wouldn't have made a different the president said that he wanted to talk to, and then he saw the book and realize the second thing is he did say the word. How could he not? How, how could you not get in touch with me? Just call my second call my assistant next time or call the switchboard, but that apart, I think what really concerns all of us in the White House is that there are first person accounts. My people who Acerra Sanderson this week, disgruntled ex employees, giving their side of the story and a conversation of the Trump in my office on Friday. And she said and allowed me to say publicly..

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"bued" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"bued" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Socal a public square dot org appreciate if you could say your first and last name before asking your question has the first question on the left hello my name is victor salazar petition away so so far very compelling bue off an optimistic take on bilateral relations into countries crease to know what is your response or what would you be your solution to the young going security crisis in mexico that's currently ongoing sir you know that last year was one of the most violent years in mexico and that phenomenon impacts the perception mexico and solution to try to address a joint problem with specifically organized crime i wish i had the answer to that victor the two most pessimistic chapters in in the book are the chapters about security cooperation and they're not pessimistic because there aren't good things going on i mean actually after having interviewed people in in law enforcement and the military and intelligence an ngo's that are working as issue the amount of cooperation that goes on is quite incredible the amount of trust that has been built on both sides of the border this is true inside government and outside government of those that are pressuring for change has been quite incredible but there's been a real lack of leadership and i think we've we've wandered away from paying attention to this and one of the things i think two things have happened i think one is is we lost direction and trying to figure out what to do with organized crime there was an attempt to do it with mistakes but an attempt to actually address this think both countries have have not placed it as a high priority and the second thing that happened was heroin right and and other synthetic opioids which really shook up the drug market i mean drug markets by the way are generally not violent there's always some violence you know you have to enforce contracts without court so there's always a little bit of violence but usually it's the threat of islands rather than actual violence you have real violence when things are shaking up for some reason right i mean there's some incentive for violence to happen and part of what we saw in the past few years is also these markets were really shaken up heroin was was a marginal drug for most of the organized crime groups and now it's become a central part of their business and that has really shaken up how they operate in mexico into to some extent in the us so i mean here there's several things there's no magic bullet on this one is obviously in mexico a huge need for investing in police in courts and prosecutors and defenders writing creating a system for rule of law that actually functions there have been some success on this i mean one things i say in the book actually is that there's some cities like the what is in monterey that are much better off than they once were not that they're perfect do you want actually is a very murder rate but you could walk around sikwan at night in a way that you would not have done during the last night of violence right because violence does not there was a time when homicides were accompanied by kidnappings bike store shen violence was public and in the streets at outside schools it tends to happen among people in the business right now not exclusively but but much more so and that's because for the first time there's actually some fear of the police there's some fear of the court system not perfect you know it's not perfect but but a lot more than it was ten years ago same thing students here wada's wants the murder capital of the world to some extent same thing is true in monterey three of the most violent cities if you go back to the last my wife is from getting it'll however and got things have gotten worse right so there are parts of mexico where things have gotten worse and there's really been drift and turns institutionbuilding mexicans do not to build institutions but there's a lot more pressure needed and there's a lot.

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"bued" Discussed on What the Tech

What the Tech

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"bued" Discussed on What the Tech

"Saying that this is kind of like a reference tool for all the oem vices yes i don't give shit i don't want i don't want any other oem making anything like this now this is actually if this render is i mean this is a beautiful device if this is accurate right but but like i only want that if microsoft makes it i don't want anyone like this this design that's what i'm saying i might be interested in this but i don't want this to be a reference point for other because don't even bother i'll tell you something though the surface for example was that purpose it served that need right but with the surface it the purpose of the surface was to show the m's how to make a windows eight device that was that was a little that's a point of it because i've been really impressed every time with microsoft making their own hardware recently that's been really awesome like that was the one thing like oh apple makes the hardware and the software and they control the entire experience soda didn't really get from microsoft microsoft really cool it's really impressive like hardware that they make is beautiful which is why the only reason i would even give this a chance so here's the other part of this the document that we're talking about the paul disgust the documents that he bued were created under the leadership of terry meyerson as many if you know terry's no longer there so leadership could have changed the plan significantly like they could can this the this might never thin it of course they can it now this kind of has to do if this is if we look at this device and i haven't really seen a lot of people talk about it we look at this device as what it was like with compares with the surface this is kind of showing you what microsoft's future a windows right this is a peek into the next two releases or so as far as what they wanna we mci kinda do i don't use that for though i again that's what i was getting to i don't know what the future of windows is if i look at this device obviously mobile mobile versatile again we're blending mobile and desktop are we saying you know this is the reassert the renaissance of windows are we saying that this is you know windows mobile's gonna gonna fly up like a phoenix and return back to life i don't know is this there listen dude does this there's a small st think well that's what i'm getting to right it's probably going to have a chip it's probably going to have a radius probably gonna have lt and if i could make phone calls on this thing this kind of plays into well we're not really in mobile but we're kind of blending mobile and windows together we're going back a little.

"bued" Discussed on Friendshipping!

Friendshipping!

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"bued" Discussed on Friendshipping!

"Oh yeah beer and says here is a tom hardy's lips this episode is about tom hardy's lips this episode of sponsored by tom hardy's live i really liked dunkirk but they covered his face in that movie and that's that's some bullshit unfair yeah why would you cast tom hardy and anything if you covered his lips man i'm british show at superficial that's about world yes so i was waiting for you to finish your year line but you know what jin tom hardy we're we just appreciate his beautiful nece a few wants to come on the show someone pass this along to him he's welcome on the show any time where you prefer kissing tom hardy as bain or tom hardy as in dunkirk i haven't seen daughter kirk definitely wearing dunkirk he's a pilot ooh oh no i was thinking for pilots hence why my dog is name averick anyway do the show so the first question about bued beautifying gen would you like to read it hell yeah here we go one of my dear friends can't stand to be without makeup and i genuinely believe it's affecting her quality of life i understand her fear she has moderate acne and she's a woman in this society but we're in our mid twenty s now and i can't stand the idea of us getting endure thirties and she still won't go swimming with friends or do things that would require her to casually be around us without makeup like road trips or camping or do anything with us that might melt off our makeup go to concerts or go to the beach i love her the way she is and i wanted to do the same what can be done pronouns he slash him well first of all i think it's very nice that you care and have noticed that like this person feels uncomfortable in her own skin because that's a really shitty place to be at in a person's life.

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"bued" Discussed on Geek News Central Audio

Geek News Central Audio

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"bued" Discussed on Geek News Central Audio

"From someone say okay so let's say you the by new phone and you get a new telephone number someone obviously that telephone number before ruble collars get one chance to call you before you before you opt out with that new number i don't know how they know this that that's part of this ruling so expect more rubble calls that's really the crux i tried this with by android app today and i didn't have any success with it but i've seen the demo videos it was in my twitter feed today if you take google chrome and on android in search for geek news central podcast it was show my google site listing also show the latest two or three episodes below the search you can click on an episode started playing the show right in your browser but there is appearing on many people spawns an actual subscribe button and you can actually subscribe to a podcast in google chrome without a podcast app he can also create a shortcut on your mobile device that will basically allow you one click to come to gettin central to be able to play the most recent show so anyway i've got in the show notes on this trying to put a demo video together but i did not have again luck on my android device seeing this new subscribe link he two weeks before stephen hawking death he predicted the end of the universe so i guess this articles being or this papers being reviewed period bued and we may get to see his last prediction sometime here in the new future.

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"bued" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"bued" Discussed on Geek News Central

"From someone say okay so let's say you the by new phone and you get a new telephone number someone obviously that telephone number before ruble collars get one chance to call you before you before you opt out with that new number i don't know how they know this that that's part of this ruling so expect more rubble calls that's really the crux i tried this with by android app today and i didn't have any success with it but i've seen the demo videos it was in my twitter feed today if you take google chrome and on android in search for geek news central podcast it was show my google site listing also show the latest two or three episodes below the search you can click on an episode started playing the show right in your browser but there is appearing on many people spawns an actual subscribe button and you can actually subscribe to a podcast in google chrome without a podcast app he can also create a shortcut on your mobile device that will basically allow you one click to come to gettin central to be able to play the most recent show so anyway i've got in the show notes on this trying to put a demo video together but i did not have again luck on my android device seeing this new subscribe link he two weeks before stephen hawking death he predicted the end of the universe so i guess this articles being or this papers being reviewed period bued and we may get to see his last prediction sometime here in the new future.

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"bued" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"bued" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Janaury and julius you'll hear on my short tony silimo on everything entertainment thank you for joining us oscars just a few days away and we really do in our watch along on facebook beatrice would live of course of all of us we're going to be involved in for chefs different people florian julia aim at believe you're with fleeing and bradley you'll have via the later ship 830 to tan soon you'll get to be very in all these julia with the red carpet asked that's why he gray death the who gets big awards knowing it i know little about the drama right now is donald londer ran a guy had acted julianne is juliana clapping over there 'cause i always felt like she in ryan handsome friction yeah yeah yeah yeah sure i like her yeah we have like terror gold coast mansion is up for sale for six point eight million dollars unoki street he hasn't really yeah i like julie about it for two million and did a lot of rehab a day they're they're doing very well um i like this speaking of oscars downing posted the sixteen of this year's nominees at their first academy awards and the very first one meryl streep is it hysterical and while the dear hunter the years 1979 she's got cheekbones it could cut glass so beautiful and her daughter maimi gummer look so much like her and then the very next picture denzel at his first one in 1990 for glory no ori yeah glory of beautiful meryl streep looks bued wow loria she's sunny day cheekbone zakariya and daniel day lewis i lamour that outfit fat are we didn't see when the solvit in 1990 he one for my my letter foot but he did have an interesting now forever linked likes to wear the long jackets lore he looks like my brotherinlaw oh he looks just like your brother minus one in 1992 my god highly exactly like ford five matching get away with wearing codes to their knee every other guy would look like a crimp would love my as you may have all tall man anywhere i really like bad ios felucca there was fun to look at an i.

"bued" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"bued" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The wmal channel forecast did it around a shower threat host the showers this morning approaching south 3s quickly go over most of us out with rainfall foty otherwise boise temperatures will stay to the mid 40s i'm meteorologist ray stagich the weather channel on wlsam curley than hysterical forty seven six forty six meaning van jones jay z yeah he's been jones t bued that's where it would work he w his new show it's going to be on a twice a month on cnn and he had jay z on as his gas to for the for the what are the first gas sure they talked about music well actually it was interesting van jones asked jay z which i have to tell you i think it's a very fair way in which he asked this question ali you decide and and here's the question the response we ever a the conference's every african country how does that land with you with the dad here is is like is disappointing in his hurtful it really is hurtful more so like it everyone feels anger but after the anger is really harpool because like looking down on a whole population people and you so misinformed because these places at beautiful people ruin have beautiful everything i thought the question i was thinking there was another question that he as he had asked about about president trump's that he too got into a because jisi is in a bit of a twitter war with the president i don't know if he if you saw that but jay z and president trump going back and forth in last night actually shout out to gaz for president because of his twitter war with the president of the grammys from the grammys yes so a very interesting went on about racism and a weird rant about superbugs and trash who is very odd and weird but x except ex expected a dominant so joining us it's seven thirty five to talk about that further and also a preview of the state of the union from dominance silk it is now six 2018 wmal dot doctor is said you need backer neck surgery that's a frightening side instead of lesar instruments chipping away at bonin disc there is a.

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"bued" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"bued" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Forget the mentioned but uh from uh from ford of that was commenting in the cnn's story on the whole local and state taxes uh that was you know and and talking about standing in front of the budget bill or the budget and if if that's when he when he said if they if it is going if they're going to take it out you know wholesale if they're going to take the entire thing out and that that's what gets me to believe that that you're you're right on this that they'll probably pera downer to be somewhere in the middle so not 24 100 maybe ten thousand and maybe they still allow for four catch up you know uh you know at some point and they changed the age and terms of el bill four catch up from fifty to fifty two or or something like that or they grandfather's some people in though right if you're a and right if you're ready jealous role for that then you know and will phased out almost like you know changing the um they were tried out age while they will put a cap on it at the cap wouldn't be this year the cap might be in bright start ear while years or three years down the road so people who are saving under the because that's the that's the point that it's going to infuriate people and by the way if you're talking about people in their fifties or 60s that are probably participating in their 401 k there's a great chance if you look at that demographic they may be republicans who votes um and and so that would be a concern on the state and local taxes and property taxes uh they may look at it and just cap a total amount for that but that i believe might be quite high that might be twenty or thirty thousand or might be 40000 or they'd say okay you have a you know if you make over or or or if your deduction if you're taking over bit did you know over 40000 which i bued probably would make you what three or four hundred thousand dollars in owner piece of property worth a million dollars murrow bore i don't know what it would be that destroy that out which would make you were told deduction forty or fifty three thousand dollars and that's where the cap at way way up there.

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"bued" Discussed on Today's KCCR

Today's KCCR

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"bued" Discussed on Today's KCCR

"The thinly county buffalo football team is action friday night against woodstock it was eaten springs sandborn central bus would struggle losing forty two to fourteen bus the record drop to five a to the season as woonsocket wasnington spring sam boards the trump to five and one bus levin off week this week as the prepare for the final game of the regular season which will be october 13th on the road against chamberlain and a contest featured the third reich demon class night be solely beauts in the fifthranked team in class nine aa north border the chargers came out on top in a bid seen a thirty eight twelve a friday night over thirty eight to twelve win friday night in lee all up after a scoreless first quarter when both teams exchange field positions the chargers got it in gear in the second thanks to a devon club and to grant shots at twenty 22 yard pass a club in the nikkan it went ler fifty three yards strike inuit ler twelve yard scoring run going into had the halftime break solely beauts led 18 to nothing and the second half the charter's got a break when appointed football went off the leg of the return man in a charger recovery now led to a morris hoped for by byard touchdown run pushing the score to twenty four to nothing silly bued scored a more one once more in the second half before north border was able to get to fourthquarter touchdowns so it's finished the game with four hundred twenty yards of offense led by club in seventeen of twenty four passes for two hundred fifty nine yards north border had two hundred thirty nine told a yards off its at the games then but only had sixty four yards evolve it's at the half next up personally beauts del six knows a road contests and lankford while north border five in one will travel this week which to take on its which edmund central the pierre lighting up soccer team was a quarterfinal action.

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"bued" Discussed on What the Tech

What the Tech

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"bued" Discussed on What the Tech

"Uh paul let's take a moment and talk about something else cook if i could open up my notes that would be very helpful let me i feel sad than we're not gonna keep talking about apple but that's fine a game pass what does uh the pay the the xbox guinea has yet yes they heard game pat i was like what impact that's game pat that's coming up a new x an impasse service yeah so it uh the could to bued i have a hard time with dates now was at the beginning of this week or last if he was the beginning of this week while it debuted recently it doesn't really matter anyway uh title is a month subscription service access to over 100 xbox respects the annex box won games it's only available xbox one users rightist often three sixty but those three sixty games plan backwards compatibility it's a lot like the playstation service playstation or sony has something called playstation now with one key difference on police station now you can stream the games an or actually you have to string the games which could result of quality problems if you don't have a perfect internet connection whereas on that microsoft service yet actually if download him to the console on the flip side that means you can't really play the game holds downloaded at least partially and that can take while so it makes it a little harder to sample games by you get this kinda cool wiber to choose from it it you know it's just like an all you can eat music service everything that's is open to you it's in this case it's just that the hard drugs.

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