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Thousands, including Navalny's wife Yulia, detained as protests in his support sweep across Russia

WBZ Afternoon News

00:37 sec | 3 hrs ago

Thousands, including Navalny's wife Yulia, detained as protests in his support sweep across Russia

"Mass protests led to mass arrests in Russia yesterday, Supporters of jailed Kremlin critic Alexey Navalny took to the streets and more than 100 Russian cities More than 2500 people were rested. It was a day marked by violent clashes between police and protesters. CBS is Adriana Diaz reports. Thousands took to the streets in cities across Russia Protest ng, the jailing of opposition leader of that Alexey Navalny in the city of Tom's approach. Testers chanted Freedom on! Putin is a thief. Thousands were arrested across the country, including the values wife in

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Biden to reverse Trump administration's transgender military ban

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:30 sec | 4 hrs ago

Biden to reverse Trump administration's transgender military ban

"Bo Eriksson. The ban on transgender military members impacted in estimated 15,000 people, according to a study by the Williams Institute. When asked about the current transgender ban, Biden's newly confirmed defense secretary Lloyd Austin, told senators last week. He believes if you're fit and you're qualified to serve, you can maintain the standards you should be allowed to serve. This is CBS News. You could listen to CBS News Radio 24 hours a day,

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Patriots legend Tom Brady among 4 quarterbacks facing off in the playoffs

WBZ Afternoon News

00:47 sec | 4 hrs ago

Patriots legend Tom Brady among 4 quarterbacks facing off in the playoffs

"Legend is one of the four quarterbacks facing off in the NFL's conference championships today, CBS Cpk Ethan has more on those games. It's Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers and Patrick Mahomes in the NFL's conference title games all past league MVPs up incoming star Josh Allen is quarterbacking buffalo be the best version of myself and not compared to the other know three guys, too. Really Some of the best guys ever played the game for the 37 year Old Rogers of Green Bay. It could be a last chance to get to another Super Bowl. There's more opportunity, but I don't know. I mean, I really don't think that's a lot of my control. My future gives a beautiful mystery. I think brainy looks to advance to the big game with his new team Tampa Bay After a record six wins with the Patriots.

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Russian police detain thousands at pro-Navalny protests

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 6 hrs ago

Russian police detain thousands at pro-Navalny protests

"Clashes between protesters and police and Russia this weekend have resulted in more than 2500 arrests and more than 100 cities. Here. CBS is Adriana DEA. Thousands took to the streets in cities across Russia Protest ng, the jailing of opposition leader of that Alexey Navalny in the city of Tom's Protesters chanted Freedom! And Putin is a thief. Thousands were arrested across the country, including the vault his wife in Moscow. The State Department is condemning the arrests and tactics used against the demonstrators. The EU says it will talk about taking action tomorrow.

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SpaceX launches a 'rideshare' mission carrying 143 spacecraft, a record for a single launch

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:22 sec | 8 hrs ago

SpaceX launches a 'rideshare' mission carrying 143 spacecraft, a record for a single launch

"X Transporter one has launched from Cape Canaveral in Florida and is the first dedicated Rideshare Mission four Space X carrying 133 assorted small satellites. The mission sets a record carrying the most satellites deployed from a single rocket among the satellites, one with the ashes of dozens of people. One of them is former CBS News correspondent David Barrett, who was passionate about space

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Dr Fauci warns South African 'super-covid' is the variant to worry about because it may make vaccines less effective

KYW 24 Hour News

00:59 min | 9 hrs ago

Dr Fauci warns South African 'super-covid' is the variant to worry about because it may make vaccines less effective

"Well, the newer strain of the Corona virus first found in the UK and now identified in at least 20 states, including Pennsylvania, New Jersey Dr Anthony Fauci says that strain and the new variant discovered in South Africa arm or transmissible, but they may not be deadlier. CBS News Medical contributor. Dr David Vega says the current vaccine has proven effective against the strain from England. But there's still a lot to worry about this South African very is the real worry someone many of the monoclonal antibodies, which Dyinto a tiny part of the spy protein. Are finding and what we're seeing with some of the people who've been vaccinated or been exposed to the prior versions of the virus. Is that their antibodies barn Barn binding well, so we don't know The true answer yet will be some immunity. Probably not 100% immunity like we see with the vaccines with the other strains, Dr Ada says. It's very common for viruses to change, he says. The plateau we're seeing in cases could take off as the new U. K vary, it becomes dominant across the

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U.S. works to get more COVID-19 vaccine doses amid concerns over new variant

Kuhn's Cooking Hour

00:49 sec | 11 hrs ago

U.S. works to get more COVID-19 vaccine doses amid concerns over new variant

"Nation. Hospitals and healthcare facilities are scrambling to get more covert vaccines as supplies dwindle in some cities. The nationwide shortfall comes as concerns grow over a new, more contagious Corona virus variant from the UK, which has been detected in at least 22 states, including ours, CBS News correspondent Daniel Bacchus. Has more. New York's governor warned against covert fatigue is he announced another 144 deaths across the state in one day. Don't get cocky with covert. Like so many states. New York is struggling with a shortfall in vaccine Governor Andrew Cuomo says New York gets 240,000 doses each week and has seven million eligible essential workers and seniors. This is going to take us 15 16 17 weeks.

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Protests erupt in Russia after arrest of opposition leader Alexey Navalny

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 13 hrs ago

Protests erupt in Russia after arrest of opposition leader Alexey Navalny

"Clashes between demonstrators and police in Russia resulted in more than 3000 arrests in dozens of cities in that country. Yesterday, thousands took to the streets in cities across Russia. Protest ng, the jailing of opposition leader of that Alexey Navalny in the city of Tom's protesters chanted Freedom! And Putin is a thief! Thousands were arrested across the country, including the values wife in Moscow. CBS is Adriana de as the U. S. Has condemned the arrests and tactics used against the demonstrators.

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Person injured after police car drives through crowd at race in Washington State

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:21 sec | 14 hrs ago

Person injured after police car drives through crowd at race in Washington State

"Police car hit and injured one person after plowing through a crowd of pedestrians watching a downtown street race in Tacoma, Washington last night. I was shocked. I was shaking. I was confused. I was scared. This officer just ran this group of people over and then fled the scene. This is CBS News.

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Tacoma police officer drives SUV into group of pedestrians

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:17 sec | 17 hrs ago

Tacoma police officer drives SUV into group of pedestrians

"A crowd gathered to watch some kind of a private car race. Ah police cruiser turned up. I turned my back for one second, and when I turned back around, I saw the cop car roll over a mountain of people. At least one person was hurt. The police officer involved will be placed on leave. This is CBS News.

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Biden administration vows to improve coronavirus response

WBZ Programming

00:52 sec | 19 hrs ago

Biden administration vows to improve coronavirus response

"Boston's news radio. President Biden assured the country's mayors that his administration would be accessible partners and covert response. CBS is Skyler Henry reports from the White House doctor, Deborah Burkes, the former coordinator of President Trump's coronavirus task force tells face the nation. The Trump Administration's rhetoric was a problem. Communication is absolutely key. And so every time a statement was made by a political leader that wasn't consistent with public health needs that derailed our response, Dr. Anthony Fauci agreed. It was having to always be wondering whether or not it would please the president or not, or please certain senior staff members. And that's not the right thing to do. The president says that in the next few months Mass are the first line of defense until

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Should you wear two face masks to avoid the new variant of COVID-19?

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:35 sec | 21 hrs ago

Should you wear two face masks to avoid the new variant of COVID-19?

"The new concern that the more contagious variant of the Corona virus has been detected in 22 states. Some health officials are recommending people double up and where it least two massive facial basically tells everyone around you. Hey, I'm taking this virus seriously, but wearing a face shield in addition to a mask Doesn't add that much protection unless there's flying liquid, so we wear them in an emergency room because there's potential for liquid to be sprayed, but in most places doesn't add a lot of value. As Dr David Angus, CBS News Medical contributor. He says We're to mass that will give you multiple plied help stop the spread of the virus.

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President Biden kicks off term with flurry of executive orders

CBS News Weekend Roundup

01:30 min | 21 hrs ago

President Biden kicks off term with flurry of executive orders

"Biden Thursday laid out what he is calling a full scale war time effort to fight the Koven 19 pandemic. Right now, there are more than 24.6 million cases of the Corona virus in the U. S. CBS is we Jiujiang with details, Help is on the way. First wave of help is coming through 10 executive orders that President Biden signed Thursday he promised to do better than his predecessor. But he reminded Americans of the reality ahead. We didn't get into this mess overnight. It's gonna take months for us to turn things around. The president invoked the defense production act compelling companies to make supplies everything from more syringes to peopie eat. Part of Mr Biden's actions aimed to increase testing and vaccinations. But he bristled when a reporter asked him if, as some experts have suggested the promise of 100 million vaccines in 100 days is too low Bar hired Basically where the U. S is right now. When I announced that you all said, it's not possible. Come on, Give me a break. Man. Question Good start back in the briefing room Over two months after his last appearance, Dr Anthony Fauci, who returned as President Biden's chief medical advisor, One of the things that we're gonna do is to be completely transparent, open and honest. CBS is we did Jang at the White House.

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How to Decide Who Should Get a COVID-19 Vaccine First

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:08 min | 1 d ago

How to Decide Who Should Get a COVID-19 Vaccine First

"State health officials rethinking their priority list for the vaccine rollout as the process runs into one logjam after another case, CBS is Keith Moon Cockney tells us why age could soon become a more prominent factor. That complicated priority list is an attempt to answer the very difficult question. How do you make sure that those who need the vaccine most get it. First Hui Equity would argue for the people in that group to get vaccinated. Early on, Dr. John Schwartzberg, emeritus professor of public health at UC Berkeley says, packing in all those extra rules and carve outs Has led to an awful lot of complexity logistically, how do you carry that out? It's very difficult and confusing. Now. The San Francisco Chronicle reports that state health officials are considering shifting to a system that would rely on age as its primary consideration. It's certainly a simpler rule. But the idea is already facing pushback from industries that employ younger, essential workers at greater risk of exposure, Schwartzberg says. Unfortunately, there are no easy answers here were left in a situation where is well being educated. Good. People are having trouble making decisions for how to prioritize things.

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From Presidents to Miss Piggy: Larry King Interviewed Everyone

KYW 24 Hour News

01:16 min | 1 d ago

From Presidents to Miss Piggy: Larry King Interviewed Everyone

"To Miss Piggy, legendary talk show host Larry King has died at the age of 87. He interviewed more people than anyone in the history of television. King's media company says he died this morning at a Los Angeles hospital after a battle with covert 19 and some other serious health issues. Next on Larry King Live in the land of talk shows there was once a king who reigned over most of the others. Larry King, who interviewed pretty much everyone. Who was anyone from Richard Nixon. What is it like to do it to ascend meant to die? It's a big being president during the war is difficult to the charmingly irritating this piggy criminals. I sort of forget Blue Piggy. I wasn't making a move for you. King described himself as a poor kid from Brooklyn who grew up to pinch himself every day because he never imagined being a voice heard round the world and I hope that 50 years from now, when people talk about Larry King, they'll say. He did a hell of an interview. Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News is Jerry Seinfeld Interview is a classic King hosted Larry King Live on CNN for 25 years, taping more than 6000 episodes. Before retiring in 2010. Well, thousands of Russian protesters arrested in

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Trump impeachment: Here's what happens next in the Senate

Get Well Naturally with Dr. Joseph Honigman, Dr. Gideon Orbach and Jeffrey Niznik

00:53 sec | 1 d ago

Trump impeachment: Here's what happens next in the Senate

"The second impeachment trial for former President Donald Trump is said to begin in the Senate next month. Democrats amended that timetable last night after several days of back and forth with Republicans, who suggested both sides could use more time. CBS News correspondent Chris Van Cleve has more the Senate will conduct a trial. Of the impeachment of Donald Trump. It will be a full trial. Will be a fair trial, Majority leader Chuck Schumer announced the trial will begin the second week of February. Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, who has blamed Mr Trump for the assault, was pushing for such a delay. We need a full and fair process. Where the former president can mount a defense. In the Senate can properly consider the factual legal And constitutional questions. Democrats would need the support of it least 17 Republicans to convict

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Some Columbia University Students Vow To Ramp Up Tuition Strike

Weekend News

00:40 sec | 1 d ago

Some Columbia University Students Vow To Ramp Up Tuition Strike

"Will go on strike until the tuition goes down here, CBS two's Dave Carlin more than 4000 signatures on a petition and among those several 1000 explicitly promised to hold back the money were prepared to continue striking. Even if that means withholding pushing for the rest of the semester yearly undergraduate tuition here can top $60,000 per student and Colombia holds firm. Even though Princeton, Georgetown and other institutions have agreed to cuts Friday was the deadline for Columbia to respond to student demands to cut tuition by 10%. It did not happen.

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Wet, Cold Weather Bearing Down On Southern California

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:53 sec | 1 d ago

Wet, Cold Weather Bearing Down On Southern California

"In the series of cold weather swords making its way across Southern California this morning. They're bringing cooler temperatures and scattered rain tomb or storms or set to follow this one, culminating in the storm on Wednesday that could include 1 to 3 inches of rain. And while the wet weather is much needed break from the unseasonably dry winter we've had so far. CBS two's Nicole Comstock says it's raising some concerns. Meteorologist will keep a cautious watch over how much falls how fast the rainfall intensity how much rain comes down. Oh, and 15 minutes or one hour, and that's where we'll be monitoring closely to determine if there's any developing threat of mudslides for those who live near the burn scars. Officials gonna be monitoring areas here. The apple Fire Bobcat Fire in Eldorado Fire burn scars that are at high risk flooding. Winter weather advisories analyzed through 10 o'clock tonight for the mountains in San Bernadino and Riverside counties.

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WJR 760

08:50 min | 10 months ago

"cb" Discussed on WJR 760

"Been impacted in some way by CB nineteen the corona virus they much worse than than most people thought there were those who gave warnings early that there to this was going to be bad and they were absolutely correct so kudos to them for for being on the forefront of that and all all you can do is learn from from that and say you know what you've got to work you got to make sure that you get as much information as possible on this and I think all of us have been doing that since we realised what has hit us here in this country with covert nineteen but you know what the in the the hard part about this in the governor's now closed out all the schools in in Michigan for the rest of the school year and that's very understandable there's that's not meant as a criticism that is meant as a compliment really because it was it was needed you don't want the kids going to school and and spreading the virus bring it home and spreading it to the parents and grandparents and other neighbors of the like soul was so you closed down the schools and it eventually you can look at the the ways to replace that education a different way whether it's online learning or or some other way but you know that's for later you can figure that out the first thing is to make sure as Roger Daltrey live who once saying that the kids are all right and that's what the that's what the lady on the other end of our life and it has been has been doing what is what are they doing at the Birmingham maple clinic for instance were licensed marriage and family therapist Kerry a grey wiki is is on duty and am trying to make sure that families are able to deal with this but especially the kids Kerry good morning great to be on the show good morning thank you so much for having me I don't think overstated that today no it really is I mean you're telling kids little kids you know ten maybe ten eleven years old or you're younger you tell he can't go to school anymore they don't want what's the what's going on and I mean they're gonna get scared to death for sure whether whether your kid is older and they were getting this information or getting some precursory information from their friends and social media or whether your kids younger and they were getting it directly from you you're probably getting a lot of questions and I think one mistake that parents make is that when the kids start rapid firing questions that parents feel compelled her rapid fire answers right back sh and one one real tool we can use with our kids to kind of slow them down in and instead of giving answers to each other questions with me either correct or could cause more uncertainty here raise other questions that you're he didn't even know they had yet you can kind of slowing down and just say well these are such important questions I'm gonna take her name to find very thorough careful answers because those questions matter to me so that way you're not letting them with more information than what they need their questions are really just trying to get understanding and certain flora conflicting time to helping them cope with those feelings as more important than actually giving them the answers is there an age range were kids be begin becoming able to process that sort of information you know I think of all the good ones gives our school either having their having questions of some trains you know they're hearing that that so it is really killing tailoring your responses to their each network they're chronologically but also their developmental aid you know your kid if you're sort of as mature as their peers or other cancer aids and you're going to gear it towards what makes sense for that each particular card seems to struggle with a great deal of anxiety or had some difficulty understanding some complex terms you're gonna maybe Taylor it could be a little bit last you know one thing I think like I said in terms of slowing it down as if your kid has questions haven't first cries and rate their questions down this will slow you AM them down I'm kind of putting the cart before the horse so then so once a week once all their questions for sure give them a lot of really reassuring positive feedback that while like they're thinking so thoughtfully about this and you can tell their concerns are very important to them and they're so dedicated to their education and then look really giving them a lot of support that we either thinking makes sense and that their concerns make sense you know this is what we call activity is really helping them know that you understand where they're coming from and why the things that are important to them are it's does the instruction carriers at some point and it'll be later this year in the fall probably the schools will reopen all the kids will be told okay it's time to go back and and I can just picture some of the especially younger ones going what about I'm not going there you told me that there I'm not going exactly absolutely I think that that would be a real concern and I think like you were saying before it'll be at her aim to attract those anxieties and perhaps that time necessarily is that now I like what you said before it'll be a tiring to sort of address those things as those kinds of protein that right now if we couldn't justify her that what's happening now is okay anything like the school you know even from the leadership down as they get information the crisis that information in the mail delivered to everybody as possible and that experience we should also be doing that for kids to stay you know also to ask your kids will tell me what you heard and and clarify any misinformation you need to know you know let them know what's what's correct and what's not and then let them know that as new information comes we'll give it to them but you will give it to them in a way that you know considerate of their Kramer sort of where they're at emotionally like if they're very stressed or too tired that would be the right time to spring you information hello but that you'll sit down and have trains to go over well what have we learned since we last spoke and how are we going to address now final question if I if I might at the Birmingham maple clinic where you're the license to the marriage and family therapist that we mentioned earlier what what are you seeing in terms of the amount of people who are coming in the the number of children who were who were showing symptoms of of this fear that you mentioned the how how how much pressure is there on all of you and what we're doing an excellent job so even before we first got released on the temporary basis we started using our video telehealth therapy even with her pale aircraft or title therapists are doing an excellent job coming up with ways being young people using video and if you can imagine so her great at it so they're doing an awesome job doing resume their here starting therapy with your therapist at that meeting our maturity sessions with families couples and individuals I'm arguing or faster can't meet the needs of people and being able to use color help to do it is really but an excellent service to our clients and certainly anybody in the community who would like to reach out FOR mental health right now well thank you for what you're doing because those kids are impacted to yeah yeah we have a lot of a lot of problems because of CV nineteen we've got to businesses closing job losses and the like but you know we also got to take care of those young people and make sure that their mental health is protected and that they don't panic over what they're seeing and hearing all around the break now I just I thank you so much for what you're doing there Kerry and for joining us and we'll explain more about it this morning final the final comment from you if if I might be so bold as to extend your time momentarily and that is simply this what's the biggest advice single piece of advice you would give to parents of children right now what they should look for in their kids just make sure that everything's alright what what would you do would you tell them the number one thing I would say for parents for themselves and their kids set reasonable expectations right now you are each other's current converters friends family we're taking a lot of roles with each other and we're not getting a lot of you know maybe the positive feedback we were kids you would normally see a teacher I have you know like get some high fives your thumbs up or a culture friends and you know to really afford each other a lot of grace and compassion and just a lot of positive feedback and modeling that credit you for kids you know even though we're not learning in a school setting there's an opportunity to learn some really amazing quality you slay credit you're liking her it's meant like empathy and I'm her parents to this opportunity to really hone in and those skills and model them and their family and really make up those gaps that they're not getting for maybe the other sources of your people they would encounter in the world.

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KTRH

03:49 min | 10 months ago

"cb" Discussed on KTRH

"B. at the CB one CB nineteen CB okay the virus just drive me crazy but give me a moment remember that Monday after the odds of March began I attempted to bring forward some important information about neurological anomalies that coincide with Friday the thirteenth into the odds seem to indicate that the threat that we face would remain in an apocalyptic window I don't know what this window is I I'm I'm completely baffled I mean I usually give a window don't I every year about the I'd say say okay from this state to this day I don't have a window guys I'm sorry I just I just know that that this this this whole thirteen three ten I think he's still on my mind because it it gets me thinking about prophecies and what this year saw zero one Caesar about besides his wife okay she warned Caesar about besides the threat that awaited him Julius Caesar was assassinated by conspirators on March fifteenth in forty four BC and Caesar became a dictator after causing a civil war his rule and murder effectively into the Roman Republic and change the course of history Shakespeare William Shakespeare dramatizes the assassination and its aftermath of Julius Caesar in his eponymous tragic plot play me early in the play it was dated around fifteen ninety nine sincere warm season to be where the odds March now that's Calpurnia Calvary was wife California warned Caesar and she said be where the odds of March will notice right we all know about B. where the odds March what we do what we don't know what we do not know it will call for me said to Caesar other than be where the odds of March okay she looked in the sky and she saw comic and she saw this comment and she said it was a bad omen for Caesar in the place she said that she said when beggars die there are no comments seen the heavens themselves blaze forth the death of princes I think about that for a moment when beggars die there are no comments seen the heavens themselves blaze forth the death of princess not California was saying that when regular people die there no signs but when important people die heaven sends a sign in the form of a comic others also another view and that is when beggars die those in power have nothing to fear what a comedy scene figures may rise up against their leaders in times of desperation scarcity three times a prophetic concern there must be an important dialogue about how comics can be more than just scientific anomalies the angels Saddam is more than just huge rocks because of snowballs they saw them is divine harbingers or symbols in some cases the comments were called bearded crossing stars or bearded dragons in the night sky I just after the odds of March we spoke with the odds the divide and the numbers that threaten decimation now there's another synchronicity that we can add to the division and the decimation that is the rise of atlas what's that let's well atlas is the comet it is traversing the night sky right now it will be seen at its brightest in may com is currently crossing Mars orbit is approaching the inner solar system as we speak and there's some that are noting that this comic.

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KNST AM 790

12:23 min | 1 year ago

"cb" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Special discounted CB distillery dot com CB distillery dot com we have a twelve year old German shepherd named so she and she became an overweight teen greasy coating and wide format then about four years ago we found out she had several vertebrae together he was unable to walk that hold that so she was going to have to be the nine got to do the same M. L. B. I. T. back number seventeen starting the Donna by and he from day one has loved it no longer stinky he is full of light dynamite heel I know by is traction I really recommend that whole not wait until that recommend euthanasia you have to get them on the on a bike ride away while they're healthy going to fight for life you won't be your dog will be I am not and welcome back to coach to coach George nori with you along with John would that his book along with the that Sanders the humor sheen John was when we look at the facial recognition technology I think that's scary I would agree with you it is a profound invasion of privacy and some nonprofits stated the rapid and unregulated deployment of facial recognition poses a direct threat to all the precious liberties that are vital to our way of life so I I said I think that with a lawmaker should seriously consider a ban on that technology not only for the privacy implications but also just within this use I mean it's being used to by by police in Europe to just screen random passer bys in the street and then profile them and say this person's face looks like a criminal and I think that kind of profiling is dangerous and not based on sound science sunshine is using an hour thank that's right and it's being used to identify protesters against against government policies and cracked down on on civil liberties now with this kind of technology what are the benefits of it are there any you know I think that employers might find some benefits if they're using sort of face scanning apps that it you do an interview looking into a camera your answers and sample questions they see are you personable would you be agreeable but even that is risky and it's profiling and I think that the limited benefits that you get by that just simply outweighed by the countervailing social risks and ethical challenges that come with that tell me bundling lace what is that well this is the type of intelligence augmentation or brain augmenting technology it there's a bunch of different companies they're working on it you on must is the most famous famous proponent of this technology and the lace phrase comes from the fan fibers that are basically sewn into your brain and ordered to stimulate the the brain and to create essentially a read write function with your brain so that you can service read what your brain is telling you and then you can send messages to your brain through the narrow way that's interesting you don't seem to like this I don't I I'm very skeptical of of neural ace one is I think the brain is extraordinarily complex it's the most complex it basically the most complex entity in the known universe biologically at least and I think that were in our infancy and neuroscience I think it might help with Nero did generative diseases but I don't like it as a way of creating what muskets talking about as symbiosis of human and machine intelligence I think it's brutal to yet this basically cut a hole in this goal and then so the threads into your brain and I think that the I it is simply that you can control your brain with your phone and I think that that would shave off a few seconds of using your fingers to type in the search bar if you could just think it and type in a search for and that's a very small benefit with a massive trade off of invasion of privacy and that giving up their individual sovereignty basically as a thinking thing because if you can control your brain with your phone then somebody just needs to control your phone and now they can control your brain in your brain would just be as hackable as your phone has so I don't know why we would we would go that route but at the same time as soon as one CEO installed in relation to the brain and they're going to create a pressure on their subordinates in on their peers to do it too and I just think that we need to normalize the unadulterated human form instead of requiring people to drill holes in their skull to enhance their performance there's a better way to increase human performance and intelligence John is it is anyway are you under anyone's control I mean is anybody have be watching it as a watchdog well it's owned but not regulated so you know it's essentially controlled if you will by the companies that are building these platforms that were building our lives upon but it's not regulated there's no real meaningful oversight maybe there's some self policing and some industry standards that that they're discussing but far from any meaningful guidance from federal or international policy making institutions unfortunately a few years ago in Arizona a driverless car killed a woman walking across the crosswalk across the street I mean these accidents happen and they're gonna happen you know with those I think that those examples kind of are like the new clear example it it's really scary when we see it happen because we're not in control of a driverless car and there's a life that was lost and it's tragic but think about the number of casualties that happened because of human error driving these vehicles and I do think that before too long self driving vehicles will be safer but the legal challenges around it are really frustrating you know their disabling the automatic braking system right before impacts they can say well it wasn't a software that because the impact we reverted back to human control at the last minute just to shift the blame back to the driver and that's that's not a great idea but you know the lawyers get involved in this is to do things like and by the time the driver takes over and could be too late that's right exactly what scares you the most about AI I think the biggest risk is the control problem this is what professor Nick Bostrom describes as you know the biggest challenge facing humanity is if we created a general intelligence that basically became so smart and so powerful it could accumulate all sorts of resources to itself it would have no environmental competition and then they could begin to essentially use humanity is instrumental to its own and but it doesn't need to even be in Afaria stick because a lot of harm I mean they you have the electric grid being run by a robot because it's gonna it doesn't need coffee breaks they can do things very consistently far sighted in looking at the data but what if it says I'm going to conserve energy and it just says shuts the great down we need to have some kind of office which we need to have some kind of a human override always baked into these systems and I'm afraid that we can do a lot of damage without even creating in a serious a I would just leaning too heavily on A. I. systems that are very limited in fact I mean you could say okay your sleep I'm shutting down your conditioner for about ten hours until you wake up the rate and with everyone wiring their homes to these smart homes that I'm very skeptical of into the ring technology basically put a camera on your doorbell that is become a centralized repository of video footage live surveillance seed and neighborhoods across the country and it's essentially given the owners of this technology a central database that you can query in search and just basically spy on everyone in the neighborhood it's got the rain and they're selling that day to third parties they're popping off of that and it creates a profound privacy issues so basically as a rule of thumb if you have a smart fridge or a smart hyphen whatever that means a taxable and means is spying on hill so I I you know I like to have dumb products I think what we're going to be like fifty two hundred years from now can you you know I like to think about the future and I get two different scenarios in my mind just depending on how things play out I try to be optimistic somebody's got to to think creatively so what I want to see and fifty to a hundred years is that we have moved beyond scarcity as a species that we have found a way to harness renewable energy for example were no longer having wars over scarce resources we are in a position as a species that were exploring this space for creating beautiful art we've eliminated famine and pestilence like this new corona virus and that we're using technology to better ourselves and and that is an optimistic version that you know is a nice antidote to all of the darker visions of basically a military industrial cyber complex where were in a matrix type situation but to be sure that could very well happen it just depends on the decisions we make around this technology what about robotics John in terms of robots doing things beyond what we can imagine right now well Boston dynamics as a company that's invented some pretty nimble robots they've got you know biped entities that can stand up and do back flips and carry objects and cheats a navigator relatively complex environment which is a huge breakthrough and I think that in a lot of ways they can make us better off they can do repetitive for physical demanding or dangerous jobs for us they can bring us things but the same time we have to ban any type of weaponization of these robots that's a real danger and that's basically robocop walking around with that with the weapon they can you know it I'm sure they will be weaponized the military's probably already have rolled them out we just don't know about them but its first is billion applications I think that we need to have done the fanged if you will I for going to be putting robots and and civilian life what about the applications somebody is holed up in a house shooting outside of police you send a robot in the getting exactly those kind of dangerous tasks you know they can be great companions just like a good canine you know I think that's really a low hanging fruit for using robots to make our lives better I think so too which is a pretty remarkable technology and what about warfare in terms of making robots into soldiers and that is scary because it starts to mass with our calculus around combat and what is the real price of war to us if we're not putting our own sons and daughters and in harm's way we think about it differently because we think those robots are expendable so it does raise profound moral implications some politicians that think our own soldiers are expendable yeah unfortunately and into my brothers served in the military and I support our troops and if we can use automated weaponry dead to keep our troops safe and to accomplish our national objectives than I wanted to do that but I call in the U. 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"cb" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"cb" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

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supplementation and all that other stuff people just don't agree except for three things you know what they are three things universally that everyone in healthcare everyone acknowledges first sleep is good there's no one who will say you're getting too much sleep okay sweep is restored of and that you know what the other one is hydration have you ever heard the doctor say no no no don't drink don't drink water just have some pop in you know or you're drinking too much water no doubt nope I don't want to see you drinking a bottle of water don't do that water everyone loves water in in fact I wish I love the water I I force myself to love it I don't love it I hate it it's the best thing I hate it why I just don't like it if you seven flavored water I just don't like it I don't know why I wish I did I wish I could be one of those people say I read novels and I drink water I just wish I could I I what I want to be one of those people I don't reward reader regions bubbly water bubbly water okay but that that counts as waters the other thing okay I can stand that here's the other thing so people all agree on sleep all health professionals I said they only agree on three things everything else is controversial sweet right water and hydration right and the other one is high blood pressure is bad there's no one who says don't worry about your high blood pressure people with cholesterol of its higher low you'll get controversy some people say I'll it's it's his correlated it's not an because it's not Bob I want to get into right now but as a people with cards you'll have people Salar terrible of the beams that now moderation in all things Bob but when it comes to sweep water and high blood pressure no one disagrees not for the size number one you know what no no no no there are so there are people who will say I'm not and I'm not taking a stand I am saying as far as universal unanimity and consensus what you're saying is not everyone agrees that exercise is necessary they don't agree they don't they'll tell you our day doesn't add to your life it's not this is the I'm not saying what you feel and what I feel but I know that there are doctors and health professionals all over many of them emphasize it and more more are emphasizing it but it's not universal exercise is not as universal as sleep water high blood pressure but if I had to pick a fourth it would probably be exercised or movement of some kind obviously walking or you know swimming or cycling because a lot of people disagree on runny they say running under your body was not meant to take those a concussive moves they're just not meant for third they're not a you know over and over and over and over that's why they say swimming or or cycling a tap Trevor by the way Bruce I will get to trap or you have a comment on tangerine what is your comment on tangerine I'm sorry the truck driver what's your comment hold on just a second let me get out of here Trevor Trevor yeah what's your comment Sir go ahead this marked this is Tom Tom how are you Sir yeah I'm is assisting go ahead okay so I just have to add to this situation yes I'm familiar with with all the parameters that are occurring yes okay wait a minute are you I'm sorry I didn't realize is are you with the building I'm not with that particular building I have managed multiple apartment complexes throughout my career have you been in with have you ever been involved in the empowerment program I have not directly I have all you can do with it Trevor if you could do me a favor I thought it was going to be a quick comment hold on and I will come back to I promise you and Bruce wants to talk about fix it twenty four seven not sure what that is but you stick around for that and I want to tell you about one of the best people I know without even saying you who am I talking about Frank the real estate Frank Duran real estate man make your new year right if you're gonna use someone to sell your home you shop and then come to Frank 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"cb" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"cb" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by MD Anderson Cancer Center home to one of the nation's largest cancer clinical trial programs of its kind providing hope to patients through new approaches in detection an advanced therapies more at making cancer history dot com. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by indeed. Are you hiring with indeed. You can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today and indeed dot com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace emolument now a profit from employment in office. I'm David Brancaccio in New York today. The House Judiciary Committee looks into President Trump's business interests whether he's profiting from the presidency the key part of the US Constitution here is the emoluments clause payments to federal officials beyond normal salary trump says he's handed off control of his businesses marketplace's. Kimberly Adams reports House Democrats argue president trump's ongoing business ties amount amount to a violation of the constitution but the courts are divided about that says Chara Torah spellacy a law professor at Stetson University. The question of what an emolument is something that's being litigated in three different ongoing cases do his frequent visits to his properties at taxpayers expense pence count what about money spent by foreign officials at his hotels. Does the emoluments clause apply to arm's length business transactions on an open market market. Does it apply to Business Competition Giancarlo. Kinda Paro is illegal fellow at the Heritage Foundation. He says these questions are coming up more often often in the trump administration for political reasons but also because the sheer scope of the president's business interests. It's a bigger target if if you will than previous presidents which Democrats are trying to hit as they highlight the complications of having a president who also owns an international business empire in Washington. I'm Kimberly Adams for marketplace at this cusp of summer into fall equinox turns out. This is statistically the best time to get a deal on a new house. This is from the buyer's perspective marketplace's Mitchell Hartman reports homeselling website realtor dot com crunched multiple listing service data data and found that September twenty second to twenty eighth is the absolute best week to buy a house senior economist Georgia to says typically there are a lot of homes left over from the summer selling season some at a reduced price and by late. September demand is falling. A lot of families are already. The inner school district school started so they are not shopping. Fewer people are competing for homes and driving up prices. Now the best deal time for buyers isn't so great for sellers yeah now. I didn't know this is the worst we could. The Jacob Russell's putting his renovated farmhouse on the market this week in Grand Rapids Michigan for two hundred sixty five thousand dollars and with mortgage rates low. He still likes his odds selling now. My bigger concern is that I don't think this real estate. Market is going to stay as hot as it is forever so he's eager to sell soon. I'm Mitchell Hartman for marketplace Russell so following the global mess today after the venerable British travel company. Thomas Cook went bust over the weekend half a million travelers currently on Thomas Cook vacations and many can't can't get back because Thomas Cook had its own airline. The British government is paying for other airlines to get British travellers at least back home and to take just one country hotels in Tunisia. 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You know this comes on the heels of several CBS shows these last year with a diverse cast including the neighborhood a comedy about gentrification which is back for a second season borrow some milk sure. What kind do you what we have Almond Coconut Macadamia also. You don't have no houses go to the store to Sheena Arnold Plays Tina Butler on the neighborhood. She enjoys working king on a show that promotes greater cultural understanding and diversity. We found a happy medium to be able to incorporate those things and presented the major network for the show's creator. Jim Reynolds offering a nuanced take on an issue like gentrification starts in his writer's room one of the most diverse. He says he's worked in make insuring that inclusion as a primary value on our show really I think is the way to make sure that this is an issue. That's examined from multiple perspectives because it is a very complicated issue for. Reynolds and Donald Tackling diversity is about changing hearts and minds for the BIG TV TV networks. It's about making money which traditionally happened by attracting a large predominantly white audience tiffany Smith and why is the executive executive vice president of entertainment diversity inclusion and communications at CBS. I know that both internationally as well as US minorities. He's the buying power is over three trillion dollars those dollars come from advertising streaming digital platforms and marketing opportunities his donal. Hunt Co author of UCLA's annual Hollywood diversity report which is in its sixth edition you cannot make a TV show this not diverse the majority of babies born in America today people of Color and that's been true for the last four or five years. This is a fact hunt says that can't be ignored. You're talking about not only your current market but your future markets which means for the major networks diversity both onscreen and behind the scenes is the only option I'm Christabel N._C._A. Body for marketplace and you're listening to the marketplace morning report from A._P._M. American public media..

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"cb" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"cb" Discussed on KTRH

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"cb" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

WCBS-FM 101.1

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"cb" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

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"cb" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"cb" Discussed on KGO 810

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"cb" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"cb" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"A CB diver when I'm getting ready to dive. I'm nervous. I'm excited my heart starts racing. And I just hope that I get the job done and the weather waters cooperating with us. I am teeth pet. I am navy construction lecture and see diver underwater construction, demolition, Bill boat, ramps mooring expections cable inspections depends on the job in the location, do some salvage, debris removal, depending where underwater when I'm working I feel good. I feel like it's just the way for me to get to work. But at the same time, you have a lot of other things to worry about I have to worry about how much air, Do I have left on my buddy? Ellison. He's watching me on Martin him making sure we're okay. And if we're lucky we get to see if not everything is by feel. He always have a buddy with you. You never doing anything by yourself. Never. I followed my dad's advice to always prove myself and do what I can in the navy and make him proud make everyone proud. So I try to do that with everything I do being a woman, it's sometimes more challenging, because we have to wear the same amount of gear the mandates and we have to do the same amount of pull upset, a man, does for the physical training and the test challenge. But you can do it just got set your mind to it. Tommy, how to be a leader, independent confident. That's all hands radio news. For more information go navy dot mil navy dot mil slash underway, and navy dot mil slash m. You are listening.

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"cb" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"cb" Discussed on KCRW

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"cb" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"cb" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Diver when I'm getting ready to dive. I'm nervous. I'm excited my heart starts racing. And I just hope that I get the job done in the weather waters cooperating with us. I am teeth pet this, I am navy construction, lecture CB diver underwater. -struction demolition build boat, ramps mooring expections cable inspections depends on the job in the location, do some salvage debris removal, anywhere underwater when I'm working, I feel good. I feel like it's just the way for me to get to work. But at the same time, you have a lot of other things to worry about I have to worry about how much air, Do I have left on my buddy? He's watching me, and I'm watching him making sure we're okay. And if we're lucky we get to see if not everything is by feel. He always have a buddy with you. You never doing anything yourself. We never. I followed my dad's advice to always prove myself and do what I can in the navy and make him proud make everyone proud. So I try to do that with everything I do being a woman, it's sometimes more challenging, because we have to wear the same amount of gear that the man does, and we have to do the same amount of pool upset, Amanda for the physical training and the test challenge. But you can do it just got set your mind to it. Saami. How to be a leader, independent confident. That's all hands radio news. For more information go navy dot mil navy dot mil slash underway and navy dot mil slash. You are.

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"cb" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"cb" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Never have been made. If it hadn't been for a TV executive called les Moonves says, he now runs CBS one of America's biggest TV networks, and he's also being investigated over allegations of sexual misconduct shares in CBS have fallen by more than six percent. I've been speaking to our correspondent in Los Angeles, James Cook and asked him where have the allegation surfaced while they've surfaced in an article in the New Yorker published by Ronan Farrow the journalist who won a Pulitzer prize for his reporting of the allegations against the media mogul producer, Harvey Weinstein, the Hollywood producer, Harvey Weinstein. Now he turns his attention to Liz moon viz. And when you look through this, I mean, I'll be honest, it's pages and pages long. I'm just beginning to get through it now. It's just been published, but let's just say, go through the start of this article, which gives us a little detail about what the allegations actually are in shorts. Six women alleged sexual harassment by Mr. moon viz between the nine hundred eighty s and the late two, thousands of those six four described forcibly touching or kissing juuling business meetings that is the the core of the allegation that's being made. But the article goes on to say that thirty current and former employees of CBS said that kind of behavioral actually extended to other parts of the corporation as well, including CBS news and the acclaimed come into fares program sixty minutes. There is a response, a statement from les Moonves in the New Yorker in this reporting saying that he has always promoted a culture of respect and opportunity for all employees. He says he recognizes there were times decades ago when I may have made some women uncomfortable by making advances. Those were mistakes. He writes and I regret them immensely. But he insists he always understood respected and abided by the principle that no means. No. And these out the only problems facing Mr. moon visit CBS? No, he's engaged in a battle really with.

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"cb" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"cb" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The clients have been eager to learn more about the cb products derived from hemp the same cannabis plant as pot but which contains little or no thc which is the component that provides the high in marijuana now i mean you know from a dog standpoint you we all know about the sniffing dogs so clearly a dog knows good pot when he smells it so now you can actually get your dog some edibles or some marijuana to help them for their own exile sort of chill out hey man hey madison just chill man here have have some have have have a little treat here so is it a brownies laced with marijuana now we're going to have dog treats laced with marijuana as i said dogs they do you know there's the smell the dog sniffing dogs for marijuana when you go to an airport or anywhere else where their security they obviously can sniff out drugs so now i guess it might be actually behoove the dog owner you know everybody you see now people bringing dogs into obviously the pet stores but any other stores a lot of times a lot of stores are pet friendly so i guess it may make the most sense to bring your dog if marijuana is legalized for instance in a spot where he's legalized bring your dog into the marijuana shop and let the dog shop away they already have the nose for it so you might be sitting there looking at the menu and saying jeez i wonder which one i should get your dog might just you know go take this one over here just let the dog sniff around and let them decide which which marijuana to buy right i mean at this point i'm really surprised i'm not a dog owner i have a cat as i said i'm really surprised how how many stores allow dogs to just walk in you know i mean i know that a lot of people love their dogs and they don't want to you know they're walking them they don't want to keep them outside but you know for those of us that don't have a dog i don't know your dog and i'm walking down the aisle and all of a sudden there's this dog staring at me i don't know if it's gonna snip at me i'm really surprised how easy dogs have been allowed into a lot of public spaces i'm not afraid of dogs per se but i was kinda nipped one time not bitten seriously but enough to be a little leery when i see a dog that might be barking a little more than he should at me and as i said everybody oh he doesn't bite well yeah you know my dad had a great phrase you know my dad wasn't a big dog lover so we've never had one and so he'd go by somebody's house and the dog would run up to him and start barking and they would say oh don't worry the dog doesn't bite my dad says he has teeth doesn't he you know i i joke i say you know sometimes i think my dad was a genius he has teeth doesn't he the forecast from the wgn chicago weather center today clouds and mixed sun continued hot and humid highs in the lower nineties with a peak heat index of one zero three what tonight cooler unless humid lows from the lower sixties inland to the upper sixties downtown fridays refreshingly cooler and much less humid mostly sunny high of seventy nine.

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"cb" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

WCBS-FM 101.1

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"cb" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

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"cb" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

Vox's The Weeds

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"cb" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

"Who are very few people have i don't wanna say they're literally no winners for from this plan on the insurance markets but they're very few people who would be happy with what's going on here just know republicans when they were attacking obamacare said that what people really want is fifty percent actuarial value plans with six thousand or higher deductibles and note that by the way for family i can go find the number and here that cb oxley has but for family that deductible be much higher i think it's something in the eleven thousand rangeuil find it this is bat like this is just a pad plan and this report is honestly worse than i expected for them i mean it's an it's an indefensible kind of healthcare policy the one who manages like a coupled side points at one is that cbo says there's going to be about four million people losing employersponsored coverage in the short term which i think is because the obamacare imposes a fee on large employers that don't provide coverage to their employees which has been discussed to some extent as something that might were strained companies from hiring or cause them to cut hours but it also induces companies to provide health insurance which is can be lost eight it was also it's curious to me actually help frontloaded the coverage losses are i had kind of fallen for the legend of of mitch mcconnell and had sort of assumed that they would structure this so that people were losing coverage in like twenty twenty one or something like that but most of the coverage laws happens right away and then there's a little bit more but then what's tech on at the end threadlike outside the whole window is this sort of strangulation of medicaid in the long run.

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"cb" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

Vox's The Weeds

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"cb" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

"Haven't three hundred and thirty seven billion dollars and the way it does that is by a massive cut to medicated to relates to an answer was just saying that is cb oh estimates in this again was with a big larger than i are done matthews is them covering the medicaid haven't coverage for us and expected to be oh says they would be an eight hundred and eighty billion dollar cut to medicaid over the next decade which is just very very significant i also i wanted to stand up a little for for the cb owes him player dumping theory which i know i haven't it has been a little bit of a paul cast on it after the fact that you didn't happen in the region all of a bomb a care well out but if he took to people who study business cycle dynamics right to tell you that when you connelly is grow rain companies usually try really car it just like not cut anything right and i give accompanies profit of all they like try not to fire any body even if their job has become a little bit useless they don't at it they don't cut anybody's a you know they just kind a steady is it goes and then when there's a downed turn you have a very discontinue it's right and so you see like what when you look at manufacturing dynamics that job so do usually like stay in the us drifting along year after year after year then suddenly bad times hit unlike everybody's factories closer move to china right and so i think that concern about dumping and and that kind of thing is not so much it they would like have been anointed drip drip drip like one day after another so much is that when something and happened to accompany or sector of the economy on economy is the whole and you know that the suits our like a man we got to cut some cost somewhere it finally start like kicking the age are department a little bit and they would coughed up the fact that like a actually there's like all these guys that we could probably throw offering.

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"cb" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"cb" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Nobody that we listening to music no one can assume music reminds me a lot of the conversations we've had about the changing movie industry i'm going to the cedar to see a film you know as opposed to watching of a film at home they're really it changes your habits and a bit a big big way and i i don't particularly lowlight get because i find myself not listening to a lot of stuff that i used to like an listen to because the first i'm a used to give a big case out of all my see dazed and isn't the first time but i've moved in i did not loaded that box of cb's it is everything is so readily available but there's a whole slow of music that i know that i like that i going there poll cause i don't because you don't make a listed in didn't for streaming i just don't listen the music the same way that i but i used to i know it's easier to access but just my listening habits of change now i yeah i say mirror i've got we've got couple creeps of cb's that we spent how how i don't know how many hours in porting them and that's what i neuter him porting them and out computer but even as i was doing that might win for what but i did all i got thousands of music final store to my computer that i never access or utilize when i listen the music i go on my eye hard app or mostly alright on spot a fight sometimes and i would you moped or often the not i just utilize their create a play less like i'll put in an artist or a song and they just play me claiming stuff like that if i wanna listen to something specific but i can do that on both of those services yeah i see i find that my listening habits of change.

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