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McDavid, Smith lead Oilers to 2-0 win over Kings in Game 7
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"cc" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"Rewards dot com. Does that count for mortgages as well or it has to be rent? No, this is a good question and I don't know the answer to that. I think it's just rent. Okay. All right, were you going to go over some outsource opportunities? Yes. So the first one like I mentioned is frequent myler dot com and that one tells you where the different transfer bonuses are. So that one doesn't specifically outsource, but it does tell you if you are making those transfers where your highest value is going to be and then the other one is point dot me and this one is a straight up like concierge service and all that's share my screen. And what you can do is one you can sign up to can you guys see my screen here? Yeah. You can sign up for different types of things. They have these plans that are even like $12 a month. And they'll at least if you put in where you want to fly to, it can tell you different goals for different points that it would cost, or if you're like, I don't even want to deal with it. You can pay them straight up $200 per passenger. Let them know exactly where all your points are. Like I have a million points at American Airlines. I have 500,000 here, like get me the best trip and they will do it for $200 a passenger. We just read a post on dental nachos and this guy is going on like a 50 day trip and paying like 500 bucks. So, and yeah, he used these guys and they will maximize your points. So this is the one full service kind of concierge option that I know of. Yeah, if I was planning something like a big international trip, unless you want to take the time and say, okay, I'm going to book my flight from Denver to Munich to London to whatever. And then check now like, okay, we'll now Denver to London to Munich to Barcelona. And then do like the permutation of options in terms of the dates you have available. Certain layovers in certain stops at certain times have a better value where you could spend 80,000 points going one way and 35,000 points if you just did the exact same trip just through a different layover. Sometimes you can go through these guys and you have to think about your time as money as well, it could take hours to sift through all of that information where you can pay them 200 bucks or whatever the subscription fee is. So now where I am in terms of how busy things are, I would just pay them the $200 happily. And let them say, okay, you got a 100,000 from Capital One venture and you have 300,000 in your UR points for chase and you have a 120 in American Express. Let's use these for hotels. Let's use these for flights. Let's save these for later because they don't apply to what you're trying to do. And here's your $50 in taxes or whatever the case may be. So it's really a good service to have. On that note, go ahead. That's your question. I get travel insurance every time, especially if I'm going out of the country. If you can you get travel insurance still, but the question is rooted in the fact that if you have some sort of an emergency and they book all this travel, are those points just lost if you can't make it? I'm pretty sure that credited back if it's like a justifiable emergency where you get your cash back normal. You just get your points free funding back. Okay. Yeah. I was going to say to we're talking about, again, to these sweet deals on different flights and that type of thing. But it also has to do a lot with flexibility. So when you're like, I have to leave on a Friday and be back on a Saturday and have to leave in the afternoon. That's going to significantly limit your options. So the gentleman who is going to like 50 like 50 day trip, like had incredibly flexible schedule and was able to build his trip around that. So you have to be open to being flexible in your schedule. You can't just be like, I have these three days and we have to maximize these points because it's just not going to work that way. So that's just something to keep in mind as well. Yeah, and not all first class and business classes created equally. Also, so like Singapore airlines business class is almost like everyone else's first class out there. So if you have the option to go Singapore versus like united depends on the plane too, like the united Polaris is a newer one that they have out that has like actual good spacing and it's new and updated versus their old first class ones and the older jets and I don't know like that model. But you also have to ask whoever is booking it for you like what's the plane where am I getting seated? You know like also the placement of the business class and first class within the cabin actually still matters and in terms of how much space you actually have if it's slightly smaller or slightly bigger. So there's a lot of nuance to it where again and I'm not advocating a 100% because that Europe trip that we took. I did all the research myself, but I had far more time to do it when I was younger. And if you enjoy it too, and it can be fun, you know what I mean? It's like a blast. No, it's like you get this from getting like this is me talking to my wife. You can't believe what I just did it was amazing. And then she was like, all right, good job. And it's like, that's it, move on to the next thing. You have to want to do it. Good job, honey, and a pat on the head. Mark Costas creates a business to Leslie at this point. That's nice. But you can't allow them to cool places. One more question that you guys may or may not know the answer to. So if you have specific airline points and you plan on using those points for an airline within that airline, right? Say it southwest or united or.
"cc" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"It's illegal in Colorado. Who knows? So if we go to the only thing illegal in Colorado. True. True story. Funny how that works. You actually think about it that way. So if we go to American Express, platinum cards all day long. Platinum cards all day long. So you can get the personal, you can get the business platinum card right now, the business, platinum card at a 120. It's pretty good. You could hold out for higher if you really want to, and you're not in need of it. But you have to spend $15,000 on eligible purchases in the first three months, and then you get all the perks that we talked about. 120 is the highest I've ever seen. Have you ever seen a bigger offer? I don't know. I feel like it's gone higher, but again, it's up there in like the 95th percentile of where this thing is ever going to be. And you sign up for this one and you get into the centurion lounges. Correct. And by the way, if you guys have never been to one, I lucked out and stumbled into one time. I think I wasn't Denver. Maybe it was Dallas. That's like my home away from home whenever I have to travel. And you have to, you can only be there three hours early. And so I'm like, okay, as soon as my three hours hit some be it. I'll be working for you. You could get fat and loaded and get a massage. While you're waiting for your flight. I'm not a rose. I drink in that lounge. I get my money back from annex. Yeah, she makes it back in one day. You make back. Well, this annual fee is 6 95. So maybe two lounges make those lounges make you united and American look silly. It's amateur hour, the centurion lounge is legit. And so after that, I mean, American Express, I mean, they have the gold card. So if you really want to open that one up, get the points on a one time basis and then transfer the points over and use them. You can. But just remember, you can only get those set of points once. And then if we go to a city, cities is okay. At the end of the day, they have a couple of good options to think about. So one of them is going to be the city premier card. I think the only thing I like about this, it's kind of the third in line when it comes to AmEx, platinum business, and then the chase reserve, then Citi premier, the really cool thing about city premiere, I think, and don't quote me on this. It's either four or 5 nights if you go and you book a stay in a hotel that's approved through them and they have some good options. Then the 5th night is free. And so we went to Hawaii and you have to book it through them. Don't book it and then put it on the card and expect the money back. You have to call through them to have them book it at the hotel, and then they credit a whole night back, but we got a suite at the Disney resort because I got really young kids. You know, it's pretty expensive as some of these places, especially in hawai and we got like one whole night for free just by going through there to book the hotel. So it's sometimes worth it, but again, I haven't used that one as much. I did open up the advantage platinum card and get some like American Airlines points. But after that, I haven't really used too much. Ashley, anything on the city end for you? I haven't used that one too much either. I know that the thing that and working with Aaron's points and going down this rabbit hole with him, the city points and U.S. bank points, he had racked up a substantial amount of points, but when it comes to transferring them to different partners, they don't let you transfer anywhere. Again, you have to be booking through them. And so it's just very kind of like, and I think that's what you just said. But yeah, they're just very strict about using their portal and their thing. So that kind of annoys me. I like to be flexible. What do you mean by that? They have to book it. So you have to log in to your city account and then they have their travel portal. You have to use their travel portal or call them directly. Again, with these chase cards or the AmEx cards, you can transfer your points directly to Air France or to directly to air Canada, or directly to Southwest, or somewhere very specific where you want to use them. And sometimes too, like AmEx right now, if you transferred a Marriott, you get a 25% bonus. And there's another website I have here too, that lets you know these different transfer partners where you can get extra bonuses. And so city and U.S. bank does not let you transfer anywhere. So there's no bonus. So you have to book through their portal and their thing. Got it. Okay. Yeah. So it's a little bit annoying. So the major players are absolutely going to be capital ones, 2%, spark card. And then there's referral codes out there. So make sure you don't sign up for it without posting on nis. Who has a referral code and help out a buddy. And then, and then like I said before, get the money back as gift cards so then you're not going to pay taxes on that money. That's getting viewed as income. Because it can actually be pretty substantial. And then go to chase and then go to American Express. However, with the caveat is, is we're seeing awesome American Express value right now. So that's kind of the majority of what I got. I mean, I can definitely answer some questions and put my thumb on the scale with some stuff. But yeah, where should we kind of, one more thing, I kind of wanted to share, again, and Aaron wanted to be here..
"cc" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"Forward to seeing you in the network. So you're telling the esteemed audience not to get intimidated by this, but to hand this actual recording over to your executive assistant. You can do that. Some people love doing this and getting a really good deal. In the beginning, I used to love doing it. Now I've approved so many points I'm going to outsource it because I just want the time to do everything myself. But you can get at the Amazon card. So you get 5% back on everything Amazon. You get the whole foods eligible Prime membership. And then you get some 2% back on other stuff, but it's negligible at that point. But then what I'll do is I'll take the Capital One, 2%, translate it over into Amazon, gift cards, upload those gift cards to Amazon, and then everything that's personal, like diapers or whatever, right? Whatever you're buying, go karts if you want to buy a go kart and have your wife return it because it's unsafe for a 5 year old. Then at that point, I bought that on gift cards, you know? True story, by the way. It was actually illegal to drive in Denver and she looked up the laws. So that you were just making that one pulling that from thin air. That was far too early random story there, guys. So the Amazon cart is really good. You get 5% back and then accrue the points there. Also, a lot of people have the ink business card and a lot of times the ink business preferred card. You can get a 100,000 or more points and right now I'm seeing this a 100,000 on there. And then you get really good points back for things that are like office supply related. And you can always write it down and know when a certain car needs to be used in a specific area. But for me, I would just open it up, get the 100,000 points, and then go travel somewhere on those points. Yeah, on that note too, those chase cards, like he's saying, those cube can combine all those ultimate rewards points so that Chase business ink card, that 100,000 points you can put that with your chase personal reserve points. So now you have 200,000 points. So that's why he's talking about, you know, you can have up to these 5 cards on chase and combine all those points. So that's just kind of an important note. And then again, those chase points you can kind of move to so many different places. And we're talking a lot about travel, of course, there are like cash rebates that type of thing to get back. Which you can decide if that's what you want to do as well. Usually that's not as high a value. You get more out of these, they've negotiated such deals with these travel partners. So that's kind of what we're focusing on. But that's not your only options that you have either. Yeah, and you can take the chase you are points and combine them with a spouse. And so that way you can combine those two and get like an awesome awesome trip and just open up a few cars. So I did that with my wife's card also. You spouse has to be cool enough to let you screw up their credit a little bit also. So with their credit, just don't buy a go kart, man. Don't.
"cc" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"If you can, essentially. To both of you guys, how does the how do the credit cards? You know that the 12 month 0% interest stuff when people are trying to transfer balances from one card to another. Does that count as whatever balance you're transferring over? Do you get any points for that transfer? That's a good question. I would say, you know, and I've never done that. I don't think that that's possible because then everyone would transfer back and forth. And I feel like I would have heard of it. So again, look into it, I would assume the answer would be no to the easy loophole for everyone to kind of take advantage of it. Thank you. Yep. So what chase, you can open up 5 cards. And so if you're a southwest traveler, there's something called the companion pass, where if you get a hundred, I think it's a 110, 110,000 points in a one year period, then you hit a list status and you can have someone like a spouse or even a child or anyone travel with you for free for two calendar years. And so the way that works and the way to utilize it to the maximum capacity is to sign up for the cards when the cards have enough points where you can open up two Southwest cards at the same time, sometimes it's one business and one personal to then equate to over a 110,000 points. But you want to do it in like October or November or December of the year because then once the points accrue in the statement is issued, that's when you can start the companion pass. So you want to start the companion pass in January or February of a year because then you maximize that entire calendar year and the next. So if you hit companion pass status in November, you're only getting it for 13 months versus getting it in January and you're getting it for 24 to 23 months or whatever the case may be. So I've done that. My wife has flown and so the thing is this a ticket that you buy that they get attached to. So my wife flew for free with me for like 23 months. So again, southwest isn't for everyone, but it's a killer freaking deal for sure. And now they're going to Mexico and Hawaii and they're opening up their own areas. Costa Rica too? Yeah. So I mean, if they weren't rejecting me on credit cards right now with the 5 24 rule, I'd be doing it right now, for sure. Another good chase card is the chase sapphire reserve card. But if you look on the website now, it's this 50,000 points, this horrible, it goes up to a 100,000 every once in a while, and you want to do that one when it's a 100,000. So jump on that, when it's a 100,000 points, excuse me. Dude, I'm like such a weak sauce Indian. Man, I hate some spicy food. Like 30 minutes ago is still bothering me. I have no tolerance for spice. So it's a weird segue back to credit cards here. With the reserve card, you have to pay an annual fee of like 450 bucks, maybe 500 bucks, whatever it is at the time. Oh, it's 5 50 right now. And a lot of people are like, oh, 5 50. I'm not going to pay 5 50 to have a credit card open. But she as soon as you sign up for it, you get the priority pass for free. So you get to go to the lounges for free. You can sometimes get clear or TSA pre check done for free. Global entry and what? Oh, yeah. Yeah. But yeah, you basically go there and you'll put it on that card and you'll see it come back on your account as a credit back to your credit card statement. And then also you get like $300 or whatever they're allocating in free travel. So as soon as you book a hotel or as soon as you book a flight, 300 bucks comes back to your account. So almost pays for itself, and then you have the 100,000 miles to utilize however you like. Now, for me, let's slow down for a second because the one thing that many of us, this guy, mostly. Are interested in is the lounges. So like if you get the chase sapphire reserve, can you use any of the lounges or, okay, which ones can you use? Yeah, not the great ones. So sometimes, yeah, so you get to priority pass, but then you'll go to some Munich or you'll go somewhere and you want to go to the lounge. And they only led to a certain amount of priority people in in a certain time period. And so in your situation, if you have a lot of like American Express points or a lot of American Airlines points or united points, you then leverage that to get these bigger lounge access points and then you get like the 5 star customer service. How does that work? How do you trade those in to get rewards outside of, say, American or uniting? That's a good question. Ashley, do you know the answer to that? Because that's what's kind of tricky is when it comes to it depends on the airline. Your home airline that you use the most, like you guys use American the most, which is why that's the one that kind of makes the most sense. Denver just put in the AmEx centurion lounge. And so you don't get with the chase card, you don't get access to this interior on lounge. You have to have an AmEx card to get the centurion lounge. But Phoenix just put in a centurion lounge too. Oh, they did. That one, yeah, that one so you should have an AmEx card. I'll send you my referral link. And you have to spend, you have to spend 500 bucks a year to keep that active, correct? Yeah, that's just the annual fee. But like he's saying, there's so many different perks that usually it pays off like AmEx also has one now, too, where it's 15 bucks a month in Uber eats that you get or an Uber that you can use. There's also an indeed credit. There's an audible credit this year. And they change different things. So basically with all the little perks that they do, it pays off your $600 a year, your $500 a year, that type of thing. So when it comes to having airline specific cards, that's not typically my jam because you can't transfer them and kind of take advantage. Personally, like you're saying to her the chase points transfer really nicely, the AmEx points transfer really nicely. And so those are kind of the two big ones to focus on. So there's a specific card I'm sure, right? For AmEx that allows you into the it's a platinum card, yeah. Okay. Yeah. And so you can get the personal platinum and the business platinum. And then double dip. But once you get those points, it's attached to your social security number, so you can never get the points again, like the one time bolus of.
"cc" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"Knows how to talk about. With the beer. And all on X and sinus lips and both sorts of things too. But a slight departure from your normal talking points, doctor doom, but I'm super excited to hear what you have. To talk about, I could use all the tips I could get because I have a ton of accumulated points and I don't know what to do with them. I don't even know how to redeem them. Like 7 figures worth of points, at least. Enlighten us, man. Tell us, tell us about what is going on out there and some of the hacks that we could deploy to maximize the points that we've accumulated. And the right credit cards to sign up for. Yeah. So, I mean, at the end of the day, I am not a credit card points guru out there. Some people get like super sophisticated with it. And as soon as you get to implementing everything we talk about today, reach out to me and then I can give you their numbers and they will blow your mind with some of the things that they can do. But we'll start with the basic things first and then kind of get a little bit more sophisticated with it as we roll through it. Number one, a lot of us like to have the ease of use. So Capital One, the spark card business spark card, you get 2% back on all purchases. One thing that a lot of docs don't know about doing this. And again, consult your CPA because I'm also not a CPA or a lawyer or many other things..
How Leigh Bortins Pioneered the Modern Homeschooling Movement
"Movement with us today is probably the pioneer. I think it's fair to say, of the homeschooling movement, Lee borton's, and we're going to talk about home school and how you could do it today how you can make that commitment to homeschool, Lee welcome to the Charlie clip show. Thanks so much for having me. Charlie, I'm really just a privilege to be here. I'm an enthusiastic supporter of homeschooling, as you know. I don't know that much about it. We had dinner last night, and I just kind of kept asking questions. And I think it's so interesting and fascinating let's start with your background. How did you get into this world of trying to help people homeschool? So I was film schooling my children since 1983 and all kinds of parents that get a little bit nervous when high school rolls around. And so we looked into various options and would continue homeschooling or not. And basically came to the conclusion we were lifelong learners and we weren't going to change anything, but high school's different than little kids. And so I got together with friends and started with 11 students in my basement with their parents. And we began studying the classics together. And so hence eventually classical conversations became the name and the moms who were working with me that first year or two really liked what we were doing and by the third year we had 300 people on a waiting list. So I started a hiring and training program for classical Christian education and my husband actually quit work so that he could homeschool the kids, and I could travel the country, much like you do, just trying to tell people you can do it. I mean, that's been one thing I think that's made it so that CC is popular as I look at every parent and I say you can do this. I have faith in them because Christ has faith in them God has faith in them. He gave them the children they have.
Draisaitl has 2 goals and an assist, Oilers beat Bruins 5-3
"Leon Dr Seidel had two goals and an assist as the Oilers stop the Bruins five three I think there's lots of things that we can improve on on that you know we don't have to score five goals every game to to win a game try side leads the NHL with twenty six points to more than teammate Connor McDavid McDavid had one assist to extend his scoring streak to twelve games to start the season Evan Bouchard Zach Hyman Cody CC also scored for Edmonton which avoided its first back to back losses of the season Linas hallmark stopped twenty three shots for Boston which lost at home for the first time this season David Pasternak a Brad Marchand scored for the Bruins I'm the ferry
What's Happening in the Bitcoin Markets This Week?
"Yeah so again in the market. We've seen quite a bit of opportunity in this space You know. Bitcoin touched all the way up to fifty tried to touch up to fifty one And met resistance around fifty one thousand. It's broke down. I would imagine we'd probably see some consolidation For a moment here we saw a theorem. Continue to hires will gone away up to around thirty four thousand Donald reese an all time high which was mazing. One of my crypto calls of the week. You're welcome And several others That have done tremendously well Another thing that i like to bring up to is The overall market cap so the overall market cap we got above two trillion again We're almost got around two point one trillion Which is phenomenal The larger liberal market cap. The better thing. I wanna point out Bitcoin dominance It's has lowered down the forty three point seven percent right now and the reason why bitcoin dominance continue to go lower while the entire market cap continues to rise. It is essentially saying that we're seeing more and more cryptos starting to depart How it moves intrinsically with bitcoin. So i think it is healthy as bitcoin on continues to go lower And the prices continued to increase the. We're gonna see more and more of these Larger Crypto projects start to gain more value without having to correlate directly with the price of bitcoin. What about y'all would've Y'all been seeing the market this last week
"cc" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast
"This is the yanks. Go yard podcast. Adam line rib and thomas paranoia. Welcome to a wednesday edition of the yanks. Go yard podcasts. I'm adam weinreb alongside yankees legend. Cc sa- bath in a little bit. That's right. I'm gonna bring you to an interview with c. That i did via pepsi zero sugar and based on his work with upbeat nyc. It was a great time. We got into the nitty gritty. We got into what the twenty twenty one yankees need. This was right before the double header. Cece knew they needed to take to by the way you'll hear him say it. And then guess what they god did it. Then you're getting used to. Both games of the doubleheader. On tuesday against the boston red sox. How many times have they played those exact two games this season. How many times have they played those exact two games against the boston. Red sox this season. How many times have they blown both of them to nothing. Lead with escalating tension as the bullpen. Arrives five three two run lead in the seventh aka. The ninth and they loathe the basis with nobody out against jonathan lavazza. And the top of the lineup coming up. How many times have you. He's going to survive one of those let alone to well. Spoiler alert folks. They got them both and they have now. Moved percentage points Head of the red sox in the standings the red sox in fact are not in the wildcard lead for either spot one or two after the oakland a.'s loss of the chicago white sox our favorite team by the way because they're about to play the as the raise the jays it definitely the as jay's at at the blue jays are about to face the white sox next week and we're going to need the white sox to cop those two hopefully we angered them up by taking two to three and we should've taken all three because they seem like a rejuvenated team that even with a ten game division leads currently playing for something which is very helpful because we need them to be that after the white sox beat the oakland as the yankees now move into first place the first wildcard which is a wild thing to be able to say..
Crypto Allies Rally and Race to Fix the Infrastructure Bill
"What's going on guys. It is saturday july thirty first. And that means it's time for the weekly recap and what a week. Price action was interesting. We were going on ten daily green closes. I recorded this. Although options expiry seem to have dragged the price of bitcoin down slightly. There is still definitely a lot of optimism from a price perspective. This is perhaps unexpected. Given how much regulatory news has hit the wires this week and how much markets have seemed to respond to this sort of thing over the past few months. First of all. At the beginning of the week we had three hearings. That touched crypto one. Each about ransomware and cdc's but the main one from the senate banking committee on the value of crypto-currencies. Generally that meeting showed simultaneously some clear work had been put in among certain senators to learn more about the space. But it also showed the entrenchment of a number of political opponents most notably elizabeth warren who lamented the shadowy super coders term who were the new exploitative superpower in this new financial sector that in fact would do nothing to break the power of the banks still that was for the moment just bluster and there was a heck of a lot of real action at the same time. Lets talk finance. I last weekend. By nance drop max leverage from one hundred x twenty x stopped crypto margin trading involving the sterling the euro and the australian dollar and finally they reduced withdrawals for non kyc customers. This sucks in a broad sense of showing you. The breadth of acceptance of overarching global. Kyc regimes but also to be quite honest. I was shocked that they still allowed as much. Nankai withdrawal as they did on tuesday. Cc held a press conference where he said that while. There was no urgency. Finance was looking for the right replacement for him. This was based on their need to find someone who had regulatory experience and who could lead the transition of the organization as they move from tech start up to financial institution now that is a big shift given how iconic z. Is how closely connected to the brand. He is on friday. There were two more pieces of news. I that malaysia securities commission had issued a public reprimand against finance. And we're ordering it to shut down. Its websites and mobile apps in the country bigger than that though was that finance announce that users in germany italy and the netherlands would be unable to open new derivatives positions effective immediately.
Biden Directs Agencies to Develop Cybersecurity Standards for Critical Infrastructure
"Federal agencies directed to develop cybersecurity standards for infrastructure president biden issued this directive to federal agencies which will establish voluntary cybersecurity goals for critical infrastructure companies. The project will be headed by cc and nist which will coordinate with other agencies a preliminary baseline security standard will be due by september with final goals within a year the agencies will also have a year to determine whether additional legal authorities would be beneficial to safeguard critical infrastructure. This comes after a may executive order to establish cybersecurity baselines for federal agencies themselves and last week's cyber security requirements for oil pipeline operators issued by the tsa controversial vulnerability search engine re released at defcon security researchers alejandro cassandra's and jason hopper planned to release an upgraded version of punk spider at defcon. A search engine which constantly crawls the web and automatically publishes hackel vulnerabilities in websites as well as a chrome plug into skin visited sites both ranked sites and a scale of one to five dumpster fires. The search engine will mostly be scanning for low hanging fruit looking for seven kinds of explainable. Bugs repeatedly trying variations of common hacking methods to check if a site vulnerable punks originally launched in two thousand thirteen before lapsing due to lack of funding around two thousand fifteen. Its initial incarnation scant websites. Once a year the most exploit vulnerabilities of the year joint security advisories from the australian cyber security center the uk national cybersecurity center cease and the fbi. This is the most commonly exploited security vulnerabilities from twenty twenty and twenty twenty one across the three countries. Most of these vulnerabilities are recently discovered showing that threat actors can weaponize security flaws increasingly quickly to exploit systems vulnerabilities to microsoft exchange accelerate. Vm ware and ford top. The twenty one list while twenty twenty feature the windows net log on privilege escalation atlassian remote code execution and the citrus netscaler directory transversal.
"cc" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Tooth is voices. You heard singing belong to the leads. Adam driver and marion cotillard. He plays a stand up comedian. She plays an opera singer. They fall in love and then fall from grace in ways that recall countless tragic showbiz romances like a star is born and that is an intensely sad movie with the performance from driver that goes deeper and darker than anything he's ever done. It's also one of several movies and cam this year. That focus on the inner lives of artists. Both fictional and non fictional one of the best of these is the velvet underground taught hanes richly immersive documentary about the legendary rock band. And its roots in the sixties. New york avangard scene also drawn from real life. Though it's not a documentary is the beautifully animated drama. Whereas anne frank from the israeli director ari forman. He finds a clever if sometimes overly didactic way of retailing. Frank's story drawing a connection between her experience and hiding and the plight of refugees in europe today. Another artist story is drive. My car in exquisite slow burn of a movie from the japanese filmmaker yusuke hamaguchi. It follows a grieving theater director. Who finds a powerful solace in his many hours behind the wheel. This movie expanded from a macabre. Short story has a novelist richness. That pulls you in it runs nearly three hours and earns every single minute rather shorter and similarly involving is the charming romantic fable bergman island from the french writer director. Mia hanson love. It starts vicky creeps. And tim roth as a filmmaking. Couple who visit the tiny swedish island were master director. Ingmar bergman wants made his home. What begins as playful riff on bergman's cinematic legacy gradually morse into a sly and moving story about a woman. Finding her way as an artist that description could also apply to what maybe the best movie from can. I've seen so far. Which is all the more remarkable for being a sequel. It's called the souvenir part. Two and it continues. The story told in the souvenir. Joanna hogg's twenty nineteen drama about her early years as a film student in nineteen eighties. London once again honor. Swinton burn gives a superb performance as hogs alter-ego who's reeling from personal tragedy and trying to figure out how to turn that painful experience into art but unlike most of the sequels the movie industry regularly cranks out. This follow up is much more than just an un-imaginative retread. It's not yet clear when the souvenir part two will arrive in. Us theaters but like so many movies. That screen at cam each year. It's well worth waiting for justin. Chang is the film critic for the l. a. times on tomorrow's show the new york times. Ivan penn tells us about a debate in plans for infrastructure spending that poses a once in a generation choice about renewable energy use. Do we bank on huge wind and solar farms with new transmission lines connecting them to cities or do we go local with rooftop solar panels and micro grids. The battle pen says is intense. A hope you can join us for terry gross. I'm dave davies. This message comes from. Npr sponsor. octa a leading independent identity. Solution get best in class authorization for your customers and workforce so they can safely access what they need most from their learn more at o. k. T. a. dot com..
"cc" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Got spotted by one jazz elder on the lookout for youngsters with new ideas. Saxophonist coleman hawkins this is spotlight from nineteen forty six when the guitarist was twenty. Four.
"cc" Discussed on Fresh Air
"In new york jazz critic. Kevin whitehead has this appreciation. Starting with some music from george barnes. George barnes nineteen forty-six showing off the swoops and spiky attack. That made him a favorite of pickers like jazz. Is herb ellis and country. Music's merle travis chet atkins. Barnes grew up in chicago. Learning to.
"cc" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Out there in the garage and just talk about the game and other thing you mentioned is that you know i mean you always a big and you love to eat even when you were a kid and you know you're wait could i guess could range from what to fifty to sixty two over three hundred when you managed to lose weight. What did it do your pitching when i lost weight during my career Yeah i wasn't really. I wasn't really effective. You know didn't couldn't throw hard. Didn't have anything behind my pitches So that's why you know I was able to. I think we all figured out. You know as far as as being a yankee. That are pitched better. When i was you know anywhere from two ninety three ten anywhere in that range is where i could figure out to pitch well and But as i got older you know got tough to you. Know to be able to pitch with all that weight and obviously having knee issues and different things You know it just kind of you know. Help happy limping towards the end but Yeah i mean when. I what i did. Try to lose weight It didn't go well. Mass equals gas was the expression for sure i remember there was a relief pitcher al holland for the phillies years. Go before your time. But i remember he. He was a big guy and one year he came into spring training. Thin athletic felt great. Said his fastball had nothing. It's kinda puzzling isn't it. I mean you're not you're not throwing with your with your body core like in a way you are you. What your core you throw it to body and then your arm and just kind of lies behind so The bigger and stronger. You can be in your body That's why you see. The bigger pitchers always pitch well and pitch longer and the longer career. Because you know they have the the the bigger body bigger frame to be able to handle two hundred a year when you got to the indians. This was nudie of course and you write in the book a lot about atmosphere and how how important it is to have a team that that works together. How were you treated as as the rookie. Coming on the bench you know. Obviously a highly performing rookie as it turned out the head. What was it like for you. Yeah it was a tough time. You know the different time in the big leagues Coming up a younger players. There's a lot of hazing a lot of different things going on You know. I've found you know my way with you know in different players. You know a few veterans. That will help you out but yeah it was a tough time for for for young baseball players back then and be able to try to break in and fit into the. I guess the culture of the clubhouse so i had to take my lumps in you know But you know. While i was while i was going through that you know i'll always you know. Wanted to make sure that. If if i ever gotten position to be a veteran or you know be you know one of the guys is when the clubhouse i never want to make you know. My young players feel like that so as i got older Was able to you know You know be in charge a a few clubhouses and you know. Be a leader in a couple of teams you know. We made sure that rookies came up and felt like they had been there for you. Know twelve twelve fifteen years. You know i think of major league. Baseball is having lots of black players. not so many as i read your book i mean. Did you feel under appreciated alienated from white players in the clubhouse I mean that's that's a that's a that's a good question Yeah i mean. When i first came up there were a lot of a lot of black players in the league. I mean even throughout organizations you know and as you get as i got older in the big leagues you know. There was a chef You know there's a couple of years in in in cleveland where i was. You know the only guy on the roster And that could be tough. Obviously you don't you don't feel you don't feel alienated. But there's nobody in there for you to relate to and talk about different things and you know i do. I have a lot of you know. My best friend in the game is is wise. Name's dave risk. He's living my best friend in the game But there are times when you would want to have somebody in there that you can relate to and talk to in going through a whole you know eight nine month baseball season that that's really hard and and you know his basic failure. So you know to have somebody that you can hang out with and relate to makes a huge difference during the baseball season. And yeah i mean i. It's the numbers are down right now. hopefully we can get them back up to where they were when i was a kid watching the game And even where they were. When i was a young player in the big leagues So yet i mean. That's that's the goal of mine is to get more kids and to get more guys back into the big leagues playing baseball. You read in the book that you had a group text of all seventy two active black major league players did you. Did you built on. Wha- what was this used for. No this was something that we have for a long time. He'd been trying to put something together. Like we have right now with the players. Lions and even tony clark. While he was playing he's the he's the president and the player association while he was playing he was adamant on making sure that we all connected to stay connected and he had made sure everybody got their email addresses out and and put us all in the group chat and this is Email chat in in in tech sat before we even thought about coming up with the players and lines. It's twenty twenty so you know in a way we've all been connected but now you know having a player's alliance and guys the end benefit of us really doing stuff collectively It feels good when you into the yankees that you were free agent and you got a contract one hundred sixty one million dollars for seven years at the time the largest guaranteed contract ever for a big league ball player. I think right now for a pitcher for a pitcher. Okay and you you. You were very connected to a large extended family and had social relationships who had needs. How did that kind of wealth or the perception of that wealth effect those relationships yeah made a heart You know. I think when people see contracting you have that amount of money on you right then and you know everybody wants you. Know something to see what they can get or trying to figure out if they on the front who so that made it. Difficult You know trying to navigate that but you know having my mom around and try to figure out everything out. My wife was huge in that you know helping us You know kind of navigate their field and really being in new york. I think you know how we landed. On the west coast would have been harder you know but kind of being so far away It kind of helps you the tax a little bit. You mentioned your wife amber Just tell us a little bit about her and your relationship. You go way back yeah. We met tenth grade. I was in eleven grade at a house party at the beginning of of the school year. In you know really just hit it off right away. you know me. And her brother played High school basketball together And you know like. I said i mean we just became. We became friends before anything. And i think that's the most important things last now is that we. Are you know really close friends. And and i think that's why hasn't allowed us to go through the ups and downs that we have in our relationship in in lives together. is that we have remained friends. Qatar first year the yankees. The two thousand nine season leads you to a world series Tell me about the pressure of.
"cc" Discussed on Fresh Air
"C c sabathia. Welcome to fresh air or thanking. You grew up in vallejo california in a neighborhood called the crest. And you write that when you know later in your career win big leaguers would come with you to visit the old neighborhood. They would say man. This is a rough neighborhood. Did it feel that way to use kit. No it wasn't it wasn't You know that way to me. Feel that way. It was always you know home. It was always a safe place for me. I mean outside looking in it could be you could feel like it's a rough place but You know when your home and you know all the people there are either related to you know somebody that knows your family You feel safe in those communities. Your dad left. When you're i think twelve right. When i was twelve and you and your grandmother's house was kind of a center of gravity for your mom worked an awful lot Grandma was a big force in your life and she in both your parents as you tell it saw you early on us. Somebody destined to be a pro ball player. How did that shape your experience. Growing up It just made me believe you know my grandmother and my dad You know just from from you know Believed in my dream in in you know would only let me you know do things that would fuel you know being being an athlete so You know that just gave me to believe right away that i could go out there and and you know put us offer you know be able to make it you know from vallejo to the big leagues so They were convinced that this is going to be my life. You know So it made me really think that you know this is. This is where i would end up. My dad coached me My dad coached me. A couple of years You know he he spent a lotta time on the out in in the yard obviously You know working on skills and different things like that My grandmother was supporting a different way. She came every game. She didn't miss a game. Pass away my senior year whether it was football basketball baseball everything i mean. She was literally at at at every event that i had she was there to support one little detail i love. Is that your dad when you in literally would intervene with managers who wanted you to pitch too much every game. This kind of matters. Doesn't it for a young arm. Yeah i mean. I think so. You know he he would never let me you know Get overpaid store. You know You know overuse especially as a youngster And i think that's what definitely safe. My arm was able to pitch as long as i did and know. I think everybody realized that i. Can you know throw hard and throw strikes You know right away when you know from the time i started playing baseball so normally. Those kids tend to be pitchers only in my dad. Was you know You know he was. he was He was adamant about me. Not throwing arm out in high school. You were a multi sport athlete. He played football. You played basketball and you played baseball and you had scouts showing up. I mean well before your senior year in baseball scouts and college scouts from big programs And so you had a lot of options as you were finishing high school. I mean you could have been drafted as a position player. You are a great hitter. What made you choose pitching the indians. Then you know when. I got drafted. When i was on the phone i was talking. I was talking to mark shapiro. Or maybe donald doubt and i didn't know if they had dropping as a hitter patriot so It was i honestly just with the indian saw That they could turn me into. So that's i thank them for seeing that vision honestly getting jacked about him You know. I think shaped my career. Because i think if i draft position player you know maybe it doesn't work out. They're not trying to go back to pitch. And it's just a different different path so I'm glad that. Paul cogan and like i said mark shapiro doubts on me as a pitcher was able to develop me into a starter for people in the indians organization. So so you. You're picking in the amateur draft in. What are we talking about. Two thousand is at ninety eight nineteen ninety eight which doesn't mean you're go to big leagues right away right. I mean that's that's that's what's interesting about baseball. And this kind of weird thing where you are a marquee recruit you got a signing bonus of one point three million dollars but your life once you start. They send you the minor leagues. You're not exactly living in a luxury. Are you know. I mean you know you and i think that's the thing that you know. People are really understand. You know you get drafted in baseball. You know you're going to the minor leagues you go into you know somebody smaller towns and you know where whereas no publicity and you know you gotta fight your way back to you know. Just even get the double or you know to let alone make it to the big league. So yeah i mean. I think that's you know that's a. That's a big shot for high school kids that don't really realize when you get drafted. Then that's when it becomes a you know a job you know you really have to you know becomes you know literally a a tough time to try to fight your way through you. Know the the lower minor league so Yeah i mean it was it was. It was a shell shot. You know going from vallejo to get dropped off and bono carolina and trying to figure out how was gonna make it. You know the cleveland. Ohio to be in the big leagues first time away from home. Small salary crappy hotels long bus rides. And you're playing against guys who don't care if you're a pilot touted recruit. They're all scrapping to get to the big leagues. Not easy is it. Yeah i mean lower. Minor leagues is is. It really is a dogfight. Because everybody's just trying to get to the next level in you guys in your team is not you know you know. This is the competition you know. You pointed guys that you know. There's only few slots that get to the next the next level and then there's even less plastic it to the next level so Yeah i mean you're competing with the guys that you're playing against the guys that are on in your organization and it was interesting to me that when you got to the indians organization That the pitching coaches We're kind of struck by how little you knew about a lot of the mechanics of pitching right. This show me a forcing fastball. you said what. Yeah so my very first bullpen A car while he was my goes for the indian the now and we get to the bullpen and he starts asking me You know to see my pitches and you know forcing reducing were different things and you know i didn't know none of that. You know. I was like hey. This is how assad grip the ball you know. I didn't have my fingers on the seems. And you know this is how i throw my slider drop down a little bit when i want to throw a slider and you know but you know carl was like you know we. We really literally have to start from the ground up in. Italy started me in the mirror. You know just learning my delivery and just trying to repeat it trying to repeat it and you know 'cause she taught me how that forcing her I went from throwing ninety. three ninety. two ninety three to ninety five ninety seven and a couple of weeks just with his You know just talking to him and getting in the bullpen with him and so you know as as tough as it was it. Make the judgment off the field on the field. You know things were happening pretty quick little detail that just i i love. You said you're when you were younger. Your mom would actually catch for you and your pitcher. And then you've got to wear just you throw into hard. She didn't want to do it anymore but she lived with you for a time. When you're pitching cleveland and you would stay up. After a performance and go over specific pitches with cheap. She would give you advice. Yep yep If you love. What a lot of time in cleveland And yeah. I mean that was Her dignity she really liked to do was go over games. And you know trying to figure out what pitch ellis was throwing. Why and different things like that You know so. That was always a lot of fun because you know she. She loves baseball. she's got a baseball mind. You know to be able to talk to game with her Even my dad to you know the first couple of years when he came back to cleveland said.
How to Give Spending Advice to a Teenager
"Do i help my nineteen year old. Learn about spending money ready everyone. He blew four thousand dollars in one month. On video games and nike nike like clothing and shoes and stuff two thousand from an internship advance and other savings account. We were planning on getting a credit card so he can start building his credit history. He currently has a summer job while taking college classes. This summer suzy. I listened to your podcast. Even have the fifty plus book still learning. Please help alright. Ccs some great advice. I i'm sure right. What's funny though. Is you know rita is that you have the book that the ultimate retirement guide for fifty plus because it happens. We get older. We need to know what to do with our money. And so that's great that you're doing that but when you're nineteen you never think you're going to get older. You think money not while not everybody does but many kids think money's a play toy it's there to get what you want to impress other people with it but you need to teach this son of yours as serious lesson right now and the thing is this. He's not gonna listen when you say don't do this don't do that. He's going to think. This is my money and i can do anything i want with mine money. All right he can do anything he wants with his money but since he's so good obviously with his money according to him of good at spending his money ye i do. This and i know you're going to have a hard time with what i'm about to say. But i'm actually really wanting you to do this. You're going to start to charge him brent to live in the house and you're going to say you know since you have so much money to waste and everything you're going to help us out so you're going to pay us two hundred dollars a month for rent. You're also going to pay us a hundred dollars a month for food. You're also going to pay us if you use our car. All the gasoline has gasoline has gone up so much. You're gonna pay for the gasoline that you used when you used our car if by chance. He has his own car. And you're the one pain for gasoline and insurance and everything. Oh you're going to change that and you're gonna say you know what since you have a car you're the one who's going to be responsible for the insurance and they gasoline money. I would not get him a credit card in his own name right now. You'll be very very sorry if you do so start. Teaching him with hard. Love love that gets him to go. But wait a minute mom. Nobody else has to pay for that too. Yeah but nobody else has made as much money in as good as their money is. You are since you can spend four thousand dollars. In a month bein. Whatever you want
Tesla Stock Is Dropping After Solid China Deliveries
"Rob our here for a relatively quiet. Newsday for tesla so today. We're going to take a look at a new post by green. The only sharing out a visualization of how tussles looking at depth with vision only. Then we've also got a couple of updates out of china some news on the boring company and an update to evade tax credits in new jersey. We'll start off. You're spending a minute. On the stock tesla. Today again underperforming finishing down about two and a quarter percentage points to six hundred and forty four dollars. Sixty five cents that compared to the nasdaq essentially flat on the day it was however a tougher day for automakers in general ford. Gm sta lantis off finishing down between one two percent and ev makers in particular having a rough go of it neo on the day finishing down eight and a half percent expanding down about six percent. Le- auto down about four and a half percent lucid technically cc. iv down. Three percent armada down six percent et cetera so relative to other ev stocks. Tesla actually doing pretty well today. There was anything specific to tesla that caused it to moved out as for other news. Most of what. I've been seeing over. The last couple of days is reports on individual countries sales in june. I think most listeners will know that attention. Just not really report on that outside of china which we actually. We'll talk about in a second but this tends to happen every quarter the first month of a quarter bears her out saying oh look at how deliveries dropped month over month in ex european country and then in the final quarter bowls out saying look. Model three best selling car in this country in june. Because of how tesla handles their logistics and delivering in batches neither of those pieces of information and up really being all that valuable with some select exceptions. China is always an exception there for a couple of reasons number one because of giga shanghai. Those numbers whether delivery or production numbers out of china. Give us more insight into how tesla's progressing at giga shanghai and then second the market is buried keyed in on tesla in china right now trying to assess the situation assess if there are any demand problems which i don't anticipate to be a long-term risk but market participants met so. That's why i'm not spending much time on those other countries. It'll be a lot more interesting when we do. Gigabyte lynn up and running then. Those monthly numbers might start to have a little bit more value like they do for china
What's on Kirby's Face?
"All right kirby. what's on your face. Okay so i started with the lancer soothe hydrate serum sarah and i just went to an event with dr lancer and dj. Tanner yet andy. Tanner and they launched this new serum. It's really cool. It looks like a ampule almost like a giant ampule that you turn to release the fluid and then you pump it and it will administer there's the tiniest bit onto your face. I really like it. They also launched a sulfur mask that i tried last night and i really like it too has three percent sulfur in it. And i think it's great if you are congested. Yeah and then you have to try it. I'm a big fan. So far i have on the lemaire concentrates i am. Sorry guys. yeah lemaire deal with it. Just consider us for when you're doing paid advertising. Thanks i have on my agustinus bader. Of course the rich cream. I put on keells daily reviving concentrate. I just feel like my skin is super fatigued right now. I haven't been on instagram stories. That much lately. Because i feel like i'm stressed and i'm internalizing it and it's coming out through my skin so my skin's been really bad lately but i've been putting on the daily reviving concentrate to kind of help. Just calm down. The fatigue revitalize my entire mug so to speak. And i really liked. How layered underneath my sunscreen. So i use a sunscreen called coats. It means contains only titanium and zinc meaning titanium dioxide and zinc. Oxide physical are slash mineral sunscreen and usually when i put it on it kind of feels silicone like a primer. Who's i really have to blend it in. But it just smooth on so nicely. Over the keells daily reviving concentrates. I'm loving that combo. Some bare minerals dilemmas rescue foundation. Great if you have oily skin great if you're breaking up it cosmetics. Cc cream for underwrite. So it's just the cc. Cream but i- pod under my eyes to brighten up because it really does cover dark circles. I don't have any of the by under i right now. Sadly and then the stellar beauty halo setting powder. It's one of my favorite powders. It's a lavender shade. So i feel like it's not too chalky and then core organics nonni lip tint that used on my cheeks and the rose quartz aluminum eiser to
Native Students Finally Win the Right to Wear Tribal Regalia at Graduation Ceremonies
"A new oregon law allows a native students to where feather on their cap for graduation ceremonies kale. Cc's brian bull. Has many native students have worn eagle or turkey feathers or their cap and gown for years but added ornament was never formerly assured until the sierra the oregon legislature a bill that governor brown then signed in may brenda brainard is director of the four j. natives program which supports native american culture and learning in eugene area schools. The fact that students can incorporate their culture into their graduation for themselves and for their community is just wonderful. Only native american students who practice and celebrate their culture is seen by supporters as a way to promote academic achievement and improve retention and graduation rates for national native news. I'm brian bowl.
"cc" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"I certainly do appreciate you. Patronizing our sponsors now. I said you probably chances. Are you'll recognize my guest tonight. He's as an actor standing. Some significant works that you would've seen looks like we just lost him so i better ramble while we see if he can reconnect We just love them from the room is so i'll just continue talking until i see him. Come back on Because i don't want to run it. What if it doesn't kick back on. What if there's is machine just died and that's it for tonight and he's not coming back so i'm not going to introduce them until I do see him back in the room so just stand by. Hopefully he will show up. I mentioned this has been memorial day weekend here. You know. I would just want to say happy memorial day weekend. It's not the property. He's back for me. Let me continue. chris cc. Humphries played hamlet in calgary a gladiator in tunisia and the dead immortal in the highland. He's walton london's west end con the landlord of the rovers return in the corinthian street. commanded a starfleet and at and drama and voice salem cat in the original sabrina. I'm wondering if that's the one. I'm thinking of with melissa. Joan hart anyway We play He's a playwright. Is plays have been produced in calgary vancouver englund and is published twenty novels including the french executioner The jack absolute trilogy lad the last confession a place called.
Blinken Heads to Egypt to Shore up Gaza Cease-Fire Efforts
"Secretary of state Anthony Blinken heads to Egypt and Jordan as he presses ahead with a diplomatic mission aimed at shoring up a cease fire that ended an eleven day war between Israel and the Hamas militant group the U. S. is top diplomat I've been doing apple departing for Cairo after wrapping up talks in Israel Lincoln has vowed to rally international support to rebuild the destruction in hard hit Gaza and keep the ceasefire assaulted in Egypt which borders both Israel and Gaza Lincoln is scheduled to meet with president Abdel Fattah el CC and other top officials I'm Charles the live this month
How Writing Saved My Life With Cici Raegan
"Cc. Reagan is recovering addict and a domestic abuse survivor with a really difficult upbringing. Lennon abusive partner. The old swiss stacked again see and she became an alcoholic but she also found solace in her writing as she puts it writing. That's been paramount in her heat. Princess on its saved her life many times most certainly her. She saved her own life. But she's helping others to heal using the power of poetry and writing. Let's have a listen to her inspirational story. I see i live in new castle in the uk. And i've been here for a few years now. But i'm originally from north carolina in the states so it's quite a bit of a change skirt about to your teenage is you. You've helped Quite a difficult life. See i appreciate that but all the more amazing that you doing all this work that day. Now and helping the people so let. Let's skip out to your teenage years. I gather you were diagnosed with. Ptsd living with your collect fall. So can you take us back to those days and take us forward from them. Maybe yeah okay so My dad was always an alcoholic and so his dad Kind of runs in the family. I find that sometimes people in recovery kinda come by it honestly. Yeah i was living with. My parents were married for. Nineteen almost twenty years They had me and my sister Who i'm six years older than her. It was mostly like emotional abuse and things but there was some like some physical and sexual abuse in childhood as well That i was able to shield my sister from like my family. Didn't really know and my mom didn't really now. Until i finally told them and it was a whole
NCAA Tournament All-Haiku First-Round NCAA Tournament Preview
"Speaking of reason, along We're breezing straight into March Madness. Aspinall, what's going on in that regard sports service of how our brothers out their power and hardware, So take it to the hoop. Caleb. Thanks, Bill. The NC Double eight tournaments First four Playing games finished last night, Texas Southern Beat Mount ST Mary's 60 to 52. They'll play Michigan on Saturday. Drake beat Wichita State 53 52. They'll take on USC. Norfolk State beat Appalachian State 54 53 to set up a match up with number one ranked Gonzaga U C L. A beat Michigan State in overtime 86 to 80. They'll play BYU next. The first round of the tournament starts today. The first game will be a 12 15. With Florida taking on Virginia Tech. Georgia Tech will play it four o'clock taking on Loyola Chicago, Ed Hinkle Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. The Jackets will be without a cc men's player of the year. Moses right first round will continue tomorrow with games. Also starting at 12 15 and the Georgia Tech Women will also play their first round NC double a tournament game coming up on Sunday. They'll take on Stephen F. Austin at 4, 30 San Antonio. Georgia will play their first round game on Monday of next week. They'll be taking on
Georgia Tech's Moses Wright To Miss NCAA First Round Game Due To Positive COVID-19 Test
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Kapanen scores twice; Pens welcome back fans with 5-2 win
"The penguins won for the seventh time in ten games this Caspary Kapanen scored twice in a five to verdict over the flyers I'm just going to be in the play that more and more I feel like job I'm feeling a little too early and I think that's kind of me just being cautious and not want to be in the in the wrong place and extraction start Bryan rust provided the eventual game winner and Cody CC a Mike Matheson added goals for Pittsburgh the pens were without team captain Sidney Crosby who is placed in covert nineteen protocol on Tuesday Joel Farabee scored twice for the flyers who had a three game winning streak snapped Sean couturier had an assist to extend his point streak to a career high seven games I'm Dave Ferrie
Interview With Maz Saleem
"Salama's like like you very much. Thank you both for for for joining me today. so like i was. We just said we recorded this. Podcast like two three years ago and we had some technical issues so we lost the entirety of the recording. Unfortunately so we're back for round two trying to do this again So thank you again. I guess for agreement comeback. We've had a few of these kinds of who issues in a few weeks and it's frustrating. You know we we get by right. So i guess to kick off with. I think the for context. When i came across your personal story and your father story specifically I was quite alarmed. The fact that this was like going back a few years. But i was alarmed at the fact that i hadn't come across it sooner. It wasn't more prominent in the kind of mainstream And there wasn't talk of this reference of this as a particular case of anti muslim terrorism that had taken place on uk soil. And i think what's again quite alarming is that i only stumbled across it because i was kind of researching and i was trying to prove a point in an article or something that was putting together and i saw this and then i kind of went down the rabbit hole of finding out more and it was just astonishing that i there was no prominence to this so i guess i assumed that a lot of people. Listen this may not have come across yourself or your father story. So would you be able to very briefly. Kind of recap what happened. And how your family's life change in two thousand and thirteen yes of course On the twenty. Nine april twenty thirteen. That's is going to a eight years This year My father mohammed. Salim was eighty two years old at the time and he praised at the local moisture which is green mustard which is at the end of our street. And he's done that most of his life any praise at five times a day to day one so that dodge the mice jed back involve To read always press on this particular night He went to read his issue press and when he left the mosquera roundabout. Tim poston pm on this particular. Actually dad wasn't feeling great. Normally my uncle would does with him to the mosque and comes back and not nine. My uncle had some relatives so he basically said oh. I have to go home with you. Go don't worry i'll walk. You know because he's just not far as just at the end of our road and On this night my phone was followed home and know on the cc tv at one who lives on a street. Not many people will have double glazing. They can hear dot because he's not normally walking in the middle of the road because he's a quiet coup de sac area on these guys walking steak and he's normally hitting a code cannell something on the street and this particular night you can notice on the tv's walking quite fast. And then he crosses over the road to the school gate and he was basically funded home By a neo. Nazi called pablo up shane. Who'd only been in the country for five days and who got british sponsorship. He shook behind. Firstly of the british ambassador. In ukraine then go sponsorships small eve the predominantly muslim area and lived on the premises of dell com-. He followed my father home and this nine stabbed him to death from behind And then he went on a three month bombing campaign air and bombs side now bombed that saw three mosques in also over rampton tipton. This was one of the biggest oxyde terrorism on uk. So yet today your board explained now. Many people have heard the media have played down you know. At the time you know a doug's stanford they. We were prime suspects. That's how how disgusting. A was west midlands. Police say they treated our family. The came to our house and they told his record italian descent. A racist tunc. A we said you know. How can you tell us. It's not racist attack. You know tried to. They look to every other motivated by hate. Crime was never possible motive and you know we were suspects in this case as well and was quite disgusting because he had they not called pablo and we're ready to pin this on one of one of my family members. That's how reporting west midlands. Police were the way they treated us. than they were suspects united muslim household when doing source. You know when you'll pay no respects. Men and women are segregated. They had a male Family liaison officer. Googly is just standing there staring. All of us are looking at us. Like it was us and i do understand. The case is quite high number cases where certain cases off family related. When this particular circumstances they weren't and we made that playoffs and Yeah we had a very challenging time with west midlands police and yeah. We went back to taking complaints seriously. And prior to this six months earlier die My brothers jim who's got jim. Montcalm derided was receiving frightening letters from the house. If you don't close your terrorist jim. Because predominant muslims go there You just wait. What would happen and a lot of these letters. Were going out in the area. We showed those to the place. Could it be linked. But they didn't take any seriously and then six months later for the was murdered and this neo nazi was known neo nazi in ukraine. He's dip retort which add and again. He was making open pound bombs air in the forest. So no neo. Nazi get to british sponsorship counterterrorism. How degree allow these nazis into the country.
Rafael Nadal Is Out of the Australian Open
"At the Australian Open 20 time Grand Slam singles champion Rafi on the Dow will not win his 21st major title at this Australian Open. Nadal, who won the first two sets of his quarterfinals match against Stepan, most cc boss today lost the last 37664 and 75 Since he passed into the semifinals. Rafael Nadal is out the
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"cc" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"CC. Learn more than you had a wrap up a section of this piece from the Washington Post about the dilemma facing these military brass in Venezuela. Absolutely. So taking all of that into consideration. It ends with what does all this suggests for Venezuela's future on the one hand. Backing Madero has brought the military elite economic opportunities, for instance, like food. Well, it gets into the military runs. PDVSA the state oil company, really and military officers profit from being involved in. A lucrative government. Run drug trafficking network. Fervor Madero has promoted military officers to high political offices figuring those offices officers will defend for regime because we have so much to lose. If a fall out of office finally Madeira has shown what you call a military dictatorship. Madeira has shown a resolute commitment to holding onto power, which means staying loyal could very well. Pay off on the other hand soldiers in national guardsmen, see firsthand in their families neighborhoods all around the nation's dire economic suffering. We can flation running. A nearly one million percent pay raises aren't really helping lower ranking officers any listed and since a one glide Lovie head of the national assembly and self-declared interim president has offered amnesty for past human rights offenses to military leaders who leave d'oro he shifted. Tempting he shifted their calculations in his direction. We don't know yet whether civil society can mobilize large multi class, peaceful protests that will encourage the military to abandon the government, nor do we know ever smaller police forces or militias will be strong enough to enforcement arose ranged, military, decide to stay quartered. But for logic of military's calculus is clear. The military coups generally are not launched by the generals and admirals. They usually happen with mid. Lower level officers, for instance, chauvinism self when he first state states is first coup. He was just a captain in the Venezuelan air force. So, and that's pretty common in law historically in a lot of coups where you have it's the mid level and lower level officers who are dissatisfied with the amount of spoils coming down one might say the and they're me more in touch with the people on the street and then their struggles. That's why get off his Colonel whoever outranked general. Let's go to the phones. Here. We got David in New Mexico listening online. Go ahead, David. The I told you about that. The court judge in Albuquerque. Deborah Davis Walker who was the. Crashed her car caused the crash in the cop found out. She was drunk while here's driving. Drunk judge. And so so at least she did the right thing, and she she immediately resigned. So he has gone. And did video come out of that. By the way, was there video footage. I there appears I was looking right now. And I still photograph that appears to be a a screen shot of a video. So there must be a video out there. But I I haven't found looking while I was on hold. There must be something. Because. The goal of the bug shot. If you can see if somebody can find that video that video leaks out from the police department. I want to hear what that judge tried to say to that cop. You know, she pulled the t you know, who I am card. She did. Yeah. The the, but yeah, I'll look for in there should be one. And there were additional to that. There was a number of how like a year back or whatever it was that state legislator. Monica Youngblood was ideal that one because you called about that. And we pulled that video up where she absolutely state rep. You said, yes. State rep Monica Youngblood right down guilty. According to the news updates on that. Yes, she was found guilty. But the recent news is she was she was dragged into court on an alleged probation violation. The probation office does random because alcohol was part of her crime. Right. And remember it's worth noting that she was the she was a huge crusader. I she had a Bill that was intended to put stiffer penalties on those who refused a Breathalyzer. And then she went and refused a Breathalyzer test. So she she she was doing exactly what she was complaining that other people were doing. But anyway, she got busted for the probation office that she deluded her random urine screenings 'cause you know, her alcohol was in her crime. They do random urine screenings for alcohol consumption, and they accused her of deluding for the family that she provided in an attempt to cover up that that she'd been drinking, and so that's. Yeah. Hopefully, you know, what was the judge's name again. The judges. Debra walker. And sometimes you see it as Davis Walker and her mugshot is right there on the Elbe Turkey. Albuquerque's Albuquerque news and like. You'll see you'll see her. And bad rubbish. Of course, is how many of these judges actually have drinking problems because you know, these people I I don't imagine many of them are actually really happy with their lives. Actually, dance your question here, either just the recent ones if you go back in Kirke, there was a chief.