18 Burst results for "CRC"

"crc" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"crc" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Have just expressed yet again, you're just made at the international news media. In fact, the reporting does. Actually show there are some certain number of Iraqi citizens that have spoken on camera quite directly about their own concerns about the safety and security in Baghdad. In that situation, there have also been absolutely verified reports that it is not just regime targets been in hospitals, banks. Other facilities essential to society. The CRC has been on TV today, saying that hospitals are being looted, not regime targets. They're speaking up and that they can't even get there to resupply these essential hospitals. Now my question is General Brooks said this morning that the military U. S military did not want to reconstruct the Iraqi police force in Baghdad because the feeling of the U. S military was that that Iraqi police force had been operating against the U. S military and he didn't Well, that was a secure solution. So with some specificity, what type of Iraqi fourth can you bring to bear in Baghdad to have Iraqis help restore security and what types of specific tasks are you now going to assign the U. S military to do to help restore the situation Which the people back that appear to be concerned about, Um hospitals. Mhm. Let's go back to what you said about people. You could take a camera and a microphone and stick it in front of 1000 people in Iraq today and you could find someone saying every single thing you've said, and every single thing I've said they're going to find it all across the spectrum. You know that It's the facts on the ground where a person is that determines how they feel about it. And there are some very dangerous places in that country and some very difficult situations. And there was no question but there is a hospital that was looted. There also is this fact. The Saddam Hussein regime and the bath Party put their headquarters in hospitals all over that country. They have been doing it systematically. Have we been Complaining about that. Have we been photographing that? Have we been bemoaning that know why? Because Donald Rumsfeld was speaking on April the 11th. 40 days later. Worst decision in the Iraq war not to invade. The decision to disband the Iraqi army was made by Ambassador Paul Bremer. The head of the Coalition Provisional Authority, and more chaos came 4500. Americans lost their lives in Iraq and the uniform. Thousands more contractors. Tens of thousands wounded. It remains a controversial subject. I will discuss it with Ambassador Michael Oren today. Former Senator Jim Talent, I'll be talking about it with Senator Tom Cotton, who served in Iraq. Rumsfeld. Rumsfeld. Was a great secretary of defense. Let me move to my relief factor. Com endorsement and my daily pick of it, Um out yesterday in the ridiculous 97 degree.

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"crc" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"crc" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

"That you wanna share with people. Yeah sure the world is different since we last spoke so You know. I absolutely am still extracting and You know promoting santa gardens alive resin product in colorado medical and recreational You can check that out at santa. Gordon's dot com every test result for every product we've ever sold is right there on our website for you to read in reference anytime And as well as list find it follows on instagram. You can also follow me on instagram for a lot of extraction specific tank of content You know for people who actually work in the lab. I also teach a couple of different classes that are live and in person those little more limited these days in a little bit more complicated than they used to be so encourage you to go to my instagram to stay to on that because anything i say today Might not hold up. A in a courtroom for map is world that is happening. There is currently tornados. Were not allowed to go outside. Forget i said anything about this class. I'm in the same position i this year. I planned on. Relaunching my workshops which is where my book originally came from was with no i. I was so excited. I was like all right time to like. Get back in front of people and teach and the reason. I like to do my workshops because there in person and mimicked around. I like engaging with people are really enjoy having small classes and really hearing people's questions and going through all this person and And science kit stuff has talked. Talked about that stems from the types of things i would do in my workshops experiments i would have people do and so then crowbars hits and i'm like well fuck like now. I don't like those classes so much. I mean you know. Even this one on one is still only so personal. Compared right right if we want to have a technical conversation. I wanted to show you something in my lab. This is not anything writer being right next to me and saying we'll hold on and then you just have to be one to hold the thermometer in it is yeah. Oh yeah i like is lost when we don't get to get together about it so hopefully you know we all keep our sanity in these You know very digital times because the human element is still the most complicated element of canvas so we got all stay very humble about her manager right now and be breathing. Yeah hold and try and find ways to keep having these conversations so that we can all stay connected and informed because it's easier to react poorly to dislike tax zone line and to take it out of context because parents to this kind of dialogue. So you know talk about you. Know your your canvas type about it you know. Talk to somebody about it mistake. Abs- absolutely yeah right will everyone. That's been listening. Thanks much for tuning in for the almost two hours suspect. Awesome as always if wanna learn more about furious about cannabis go to see a sea. Podcasts dot com find us on facebook. Instagram twitter primarily active on instagram. And you heard me mentioned the curious about cannabis book. You can find that on most online book retailers and we are publisher now has a store so store dot natural. Edu dot com. Has the curious about cannabis book on there as well as a bunch of other Sort of like science and philosophy educational stuff on there. So if you're interested in that check it out But thanks for listening. Thanks murphy for coming on to you again soon. Okay awesome all right everybody. We'll stay curious and take it easy. Bye-bye if you wanna learn more about cannabis. Checkout curious about cannabis book on amazon dot com other major online book retailers..

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"crc" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"crc" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

"For us to actually break apart compounds like the dangerous potential byproducts like dissolute presents far more of those than chromatography. Does you know it's one of the safest things we could probably do to breaking apart. I'm critical people doing it. Improperly for their own safety But i'm i'm most critical of of the bad communication at the same time everything that i produce In our lab here in colorado is through chromatography. Because if i can pull it apart and put it back together i do know more about what's in it. I can be more confident in what i'm selling and that you as a consumer like you deserve that like you can ask for that. We talked to you absolutely in it. Opens the doors to so many things you can do when you can adequately separate compounds and and you're right and the the notes on dissolute. But i wanted to point out to listeners. You know we talked about how there's a lot of overlap and we didn't specifically dive in a lot into distillate but one of the things you highlighted. Is that with distillation if it's not done properly and well-controlled one of the big downsides are miscellaneous You know side Side chain affects byproducts chemical byproducts. That happen win. Things are put under heat and pressure and and He h changes. And all these different things so you know with this deliberate i would say the conversation needs to come around to does the producer once again. The jar rindge you understand You know what's actually in that product. And dissolute i. I sometimes depending on the situation particularly with delta eight t h see if you have the opportunity to actually see the chromatic graham from the analytical test That can tell you a lot because you'll be able to see what piques they actually recognize. And what you don't wanna see are a bunch of mystery. Peaks are hovering around cadaver noise. And you know further offs indicating their heavier compounds Yeah that you just don't know so if you see this like sixty percent delta nfc and you see a chromatic. Grammy see all these crazy mountain on the on the graph that right you don't know what they are. Yeah just yeah. If you've got to be a red flag and that's something that you need any chemistry background to value. I would compare that to like if you're looking at two different leg. Raw food. products in one of them has ingredient list. That's like chicken wire. Citric acid and the other one has ingredient lists that his leg mono to and potassium Great thing you know and it gets very long and convoluted. that's your messy chromatic room. That's looking like a bar code all of this other south and maybe all of those things are probably cool like this one only has three. You know so. I it's in there and so if all other things are equal and you're buying a chemical compound for money by weight new probably care more about what the ingredients are. That's gotta break down to you you can ask. I feel like that's something that lab should be willing to share pretty much any time. I understand that is gonna take a little bit of their effort in patients to explain things to The people that they're testing for. But i think that that's a service odor clients. And it's you know if you aren't using that data if you're just getting that report in saying seventy eight sixty two. Whatever dislike filing it away and improving upon it than what. What is your job. You're just like the robot you know in in for with testing i think that's one reason why People complain so much about the price of testing is they don't always understand. I understand what what's cooking and like get into those conversations if it's a good lab. They generally granted cannabis. Labs are all especially with him now. Legal are generally always stressed to the max but If they're passionate about the work they're doing. They are generally happy to talk to someone else who appreciates their work. That wants to understand and an labs like developing good relationships with people who actually bow you the work. They're doing. I mean it. It's it's not even just a business thing but it's like an interpersonal thing that it's like i'm passionate about this work that i'm doing and it's giving you value and you're able to use it will now. I wanna work with you more and understand how my work is affecting you and vice versa and it just leads to a lot better things so yeah ask questions. Don't hesitate to talk to labs. Yeah they might be busy You might have to wait a while to get in to see you know the right person to talk to. But it's it's definitely worthwhile and if you meet a lab that's very Defensive or antagonistic and really doesn't wanna share stuff or wanna take the time to explain things find another lab because i mean the the lab testing market is so competitive right now. That like the bad labs. Need to be snuffed out There's something that frustrates me. And one day when i feel comfortable. I wanna do a whole episode. Just talking about my thoughts on the canvas testing lab industry because i- visibilities. Yeah i've i've been on all sides of canvas testing now and Have a lot of these To air with the industry. At some point when i don't feel like it might bite me in the butt but yeah so anyway but it wrapping all caring about that data in recognizing that it's important if we all agree that the collection and The way that they're analyzing that data is not correct than that must mean that we also value that data so we shouldn't give us yes more correctness. We should say. Well the data's Outlet split how you guessing we ask more questions harder. That's absolutely the goal. Yeah we've we've gotta make these labs compete for our money. If they wanna be business. And i think like you said it isn't a personal. I can only imagine being a you know a chemistry on analytical lab and watching people chest products get gross results and sell it anyway. How do you look at that person. Every day you see it. Nbc pre rolls can't much. Yeah i mean. There's so many variables of why i got out of the commercial testing space but it. It's nothing we feel it. Actually it does. Yeah you go through periods of time so many aspects of you get tired of the industry because you feel very under appreciated You see bad actors in the industry. Because they're all everyone asks stuff tested if you're in a regulated market so you see the people that should not be participating that are selling known you know inferior product or you know one thing. My hats off to you. Know a lot of the people that i work with. They would reviews if they if they got the sense that someone was coming in and trying to push bad product or trying to push stuff black market or whatever Most of the people in my circles would say. I'm sorry we can't work with you anymore because like we just. We know what you're.

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"crc" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"crc" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

"Is a rosin game changing. That's something i've actually been thinking about. So here's a little secret. I'll share with people that have listened. This learn something that. I'm working on on. The side is putting together these cannabis science kits so these like learning by chemistry kit. You know somewhere but now that we have him you can actually make you know. Experiment kits With him and all these different things And one thing. I've thought about is like i mean are very simple lipid tests tests just accurate indicator test that could be that could be part of that as well as like very simple like thin layer chromatography and very simple right. You know all these little Ways of demonstrating these concepts And hopefully something like that with people having this hands on opportunity to take materials that they personally have and play with him and see like oh. There are like these heavy lipids here or look at that. Like i'm able to see how well this product cox later because i played it in chromatography. Did this stuff. My hope is that it will drive. Interest in things like that like For the analytical. Labs like to broaden the analytical labs are thinking about the stuff but it's really demands like the producers are not demanding enough volume these tests. So just doesn't make financial sense for the labs to date an onboard these methods. But that's what i'd like to see in this whole discussion around. Crc highlights one of the things that i obsess over which is quality control quality management. In that you you really shouldn't have to be concerned over the technology. It's the application of technology. It's the couples on the finished product. And so you know that's really the discussion. We don't need to have this discussion of is. Crc bad i mean that's like saying is chromatography. Good or bad like that doesn't make any sense. Not an elation good or bad. I don't know. Do we like rain because elation you know like we say general things like that yeah it falls apart into absurdities so talking more about like well how are these power producers taking quality management seriously Are they evaluating the components of their columns. If they're making custom blends are they evaluating the final product. One thing i wanted to ask you about have you ever seen extracts come out of a column like this and have particulates in them from good question. Yeah so the the risks Health and safety is always usually where i start. But i just a love advocating for the the consumer As well a health and safety risks really are predominantly posed to the extractors for sure because their exposure to the media is right up there close impersonal When it is loose dry when they're mixing it when they're baking it when they're pouring it into the kalman they're pouring it out of the column and you know one thing that you can't do when you're using butane propane unlike almost every other solvent that you would probably choose for chromatography is that you can't wet load your column you have to load it as a dry powder And so For people who aren't familiar that the the difference would be on between having a bucket of dry powder and pouring liquid into it and then scooping like a thick you slurry that isn't dusty pouring that liquid into a call through a funnel versus trying to scoop the equivalent of mixed up powdered sugar and flour together and not make a mess into a narrow column instill still putting them through the same funnel so a wet load is easier It's harder to mess up. You know it's easier to pack tie. Rinse is a little bit faster. going in channelling is really easy to avoid so the whole process just goes faster. You can store it that way which is helpful if you're trying to get through a of columns in a day when you're drying loading Is is kind of a bad process. And so the extractor has a significant exposure during that process They need to be wearing a respirator. Just because this is fine particularly dust and inhalation of fine solids of any kind battery yup and then silicosis often comes and so that is from crystalline silica. The tricky part of this is that the silica gel called silica. Not the one that gives you silicosis. That's gerald's brown little particle. It's doesn't do the same things. The ben tonight cray which is called clay which sounds very nice. Israel of crystalline silica. Benton i play is the one that will give you silicosis so any of these media just treat them all like they're going to give you a cough later that you might die of and you know and take it seriously And so where ventilator. Wear a respirator. Cross contamination in my opinion is a far greater cause of getting media into your final oil than getting it through the filter. But this does come back to your application of the method important part of Chromatography column is wedding at first in having a good solid flow rate of just your fluid silent and anyone who's packed glass collins knows that that's annoying sometimes sometimes doesn't go exactly the way you wanted to add. Sometimes you literally have support out insert over but with a glass call on you know that before you start your actual process because you see the channeling you see the issues in it you see the crack in the bed so you don't go in poor all your oil into the top of it when you pack it into the stainless steel call him. You do not know if the quality of that Packing has changed inside. So there's a lot of things you can do physically to retain it and hold it in place. A lot of people try to just physically push it on packet. Keep in mind this is dry powder and you're just like a human being when you rinse it with solvent. That is what is going to actually compress it in. That's the best way to do it. We want the solvent to fill in those holes in moves the media around and completely wet it properly wedding column creates its own internal sediment bed filtration. Once it's completely wedded. No more a dust. Even the fine dust will get through. Its own kind of packing And then you've got your additional packing underneath it right but during that wedding process. Fine dust is rinsing through absolutely because you have wet the top drive the ball and so dust is getting through. Because it's being out of there with pressure from behind a nomar packing at tight or putting twenty to fifty filter papers at the bottom. Stop that from happening right like those particles smaller than a mike raw. You know like smaller than one. So you can't see them and they are getting through. You have to assume that they're there and if you rent and what it properly and then you do not cross contaminate your systems brinson. Wet it into a container. That isn't where your final product is going. You can mitigate almost all of that but that does call for a level of lake sanitation in your process lines and additional vessels To be to actually achieve it. You.

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"crc" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"crc" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

"That's my frustration is that it's it's always our petty arguments between extractors that hurt the patients. It doesn't hurt us when we criticize each other. We get over it. you know But the consumers are sitting there saying wait. what's poison. What's this this thing we're not. We don't have that same reaction to it because we knew it was a thing right so you know so. It's easier for us to be like. Oh yeah we'll this disliked it's ninety. Nine percent is not hot dog water because it's ninety because now i don't have to call dissolute anymore now i call it delta nineteen seat now has name because it's isolated you know. Now it's not a weird ominous. You know the sam vegas. Yeah this this you know. Kind of marketed products with no substance. Once we've isolated it now got a name for it now. Call it something. And that's what consumers need to demand could ask us to come up with catchy stuff. That's easier for you to understand. Now we just need to have the scientific discussion. You deserve to know the alcohol content in your wine. You know if you wanted to note pesticides sprayed on those crowds. You can ask for that and you can get that information. If you want your winemakers to start testing for tannin's put that on the label. You can demand it. That's the same thing for cannabis and so much more so than any other industry because the government loves to regulate us. So if you tell something's important to you boca make a su- circa manding turvy testing most common criticisms of your see it strips the turks right so the best way to prove that to be true or false would be to test for fraternities. But you don't hear people say where's the chirping for that product. People say that's not turkey and that's not observation. That's a useless thing. Anyone it's not fair. That consumer doesn't help them especially in these kobe times. One of the things that consumer used to be able to do smell approach before they buy it and most of that allowed anymore. So you're buying based on words. Those words should match numbers. You know are descriptions. Should not be trusted. We're just saying stuff in the lab these days more more than ever from marketing productive as well as just like that kind of ip s perspective of leg. It's this is my recipes. It's different than their recipe. Who cares if it is. You know like if you use more silica unless bent tonight clay lake. It's still silica invent tonight clay which has a fairly predictable outcome and if you're using a wide short calm and what else is using a narrow long column like you guys make it like similar results. It's so hard to compare different processes to each other. You know it's like saying a strain is bad because one grower growing. It like who knows. Maybe breyer bat. You know to variables so when we when we say that to a consumer doesn't give them any more information searcy doesn't mean anything when people ask for it to be the labels. I think that's fair. But i think that they need to approach that in every category. One thing that you see a huge difference between happened canvas with is laying these solvents and so in colorado if i winner is nothing all the word ethanol has to be on the outside of my package interesting even if i extracting butane right because i put up all on it so you it so if i grow diamonds and pentane i've got a-list pentane radio california's you gotta list extraction solvent butane and then crystallize later re crystallized pentane contain interesting. That is not fair to the consumer. Not because it's good or bad use crystallize because they deserve. If if they've decided that they wanna know where solvents are being used. I think it's dishonest to not tell them every solve it. That's being used so consumers. Wanna know every that affiliation. That's being used great. You want me to list when it stainless steel. When it's glass for it. You want me to list on silica when it's clay when it's a paper. Filter is a nationally paper filter. The slow or is this to micron. You want me liz. Every like every you want me to give you a whole like a bill of goods if everything that you know exactly and so you know so then from there you've got narrowed down to like okay. Well then what are. Maybe the known allergens rights could be labeled in allergens so silica play include silica. That's all in the same category. Basically so then you could say okay. Now we have to list silica but carbon done allergen so now we don't have to list carbon but we're gonna silica like you end up you end up making weird compromises when you put those semantic rules in place and so i think that what you've got to do as a consumer as incentive pay attention to how it's made pay attention. What's in your jar. That's what you have to know. We're doing stuff in the lab. Whatever okay what in your jar is what matters to you. What i had to take out of it to get. What's your jar by itself. We can talk all day about how to communicate that to the consumer enoch very far because of those issues with scientific terminology versus candidates terminology versus lack of access to testing. I can't even test for flavonoids if i want to read now. Hopefully someone will hear this email me. Because i've been dying trying to get the analytical information so we can't take it from that side you know it's easy to put the burden on us and say you're the extractor what you did it. What does that actually tell you. Is that right marina incision. How are you even going to process information in a meaningful way right because we tell me i wanna know if silica is used to filter it. That's not what you wanna know what you want to know is. Is this going to have a turkey in profile. That's like extremely peppery. Because i've had some crc product that was extremely peppery an item like that. Yeah so you question is how much beta carry off layers leg. That's what i wanna know right. I'm here for that conversation to figure out the difference between What you don't understand the consumer. And what i am not properly communicating to you as a manufacturer Because if we can complain about the same things yes we'll get the testing you know. Get on board together. We all want her being testing. That's actually what all of us want. But what we do instead is call something a terp sauce versus a wet better for is alive. Lovable safe things yup instead of the turbines on the label. Well and i mean this this issue with vernaculars reason. Why the you know the first substantial chapter in my book is simply like. You're all these words. The cannabis industry uses and here are alternative words. You might also be familiar with that. Mean the same thing. And if you're not from the cannabis industry you may not know what any of this lanes it's like a military acronyms to just like was years now in wax. What like it's anything that don't mean anything in. It's just what i dislike about. It is that it's unfair to the consumer because.

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"crc" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"crc" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

"In there and so we just want to get that out. Just e hydrating can a pretty substantial improvement some loss of mass And a better quality product without actually purifying. Anything else you know. And so that would be a good example of dislike known. Contaminant removal You could address that through a better extraction. Were you just got rid of that water in the first place but that might come at the compromise of less efficient extraction getting less than the total candidates. That are there so you can. You can do it when you extract being targeted the area if you do when you filter by being targeted in the middle That's the beauty is that we do have these options But now we wanna get into the rest of the color aspect of it is just removing a lot of that. Water is not really gonna change a lot of the appearance. A lot of those is zionism. Those pinks reds. They're gonna come out of that call. They will rinse free. Because they're big enough. You know unless you have a ton of play in there. That's making it physically difficult for them to mobilize. They're gonna run through what you've got to keep in mind. Is that if you do have the type of physical barrier you might be obstructing other large compounds like your cannabinoid other compounds that maybe you do want. If you don't rinse enough if you cut it off too early you might be missing esters And so that's your fruity flavors. That's your that's your like the strawberry blueberry and stuff doesn't turbines You know and so you've got to wait for those to come out of your call. They don't come out first and so What you end up with with all these different recipes is different proton therapy methods where the retention time is Basically unknown and then if you're not collecting it fractionally you have no control over what things come out. Where and so One of the best things about extraction that you concentrate the good stuff one worsening concentrates bad stuff in crc bolts. So i can with the right recipe with the right resistance and the right length depth pressure flow rate. Everything i can put away win and collect actions in such a way that i have just clear chirping over here and i have just at isolated candidates would really be clear or white crystalline In the middle. And then i can start collecting some of the more oily stuff into the denser sticky delta tonight where we see a lot of those flavonoids. Nassar's come out 'cause they stick to curious through with that So you know a lot of what comes out of a regular. Crc call follows the very predictable. Paths of a flash column or table. Top chromatography calm because of the principles. Exactly the same whether everyone wants to embrace. That are not the reason that it works. Is that turpin. The most soluble in your solvent. So they come out the fastest because they have no resistance. I always describe chromatography as a mirror. song rate. so you're out The best runner you know then they have to be able to run far enough that i have crossed the finish line individually when i'm judging a sprint. Someone's in their freaking camera you know. And they're in this milliseconds. You know that's like your nascar where your leg one tenth of a bumper behind somebody ryan. That's not how. I wanna collect fractions. I want you better marathon where i have time to like golf. Clap in a water. Take a photo and then oh here comes the next one you know space and time in capturing each of those in order to actually evaluate them so without marathon want want the same distance every time so that i can figure out where these runners come out and if a figure out where they come out pretty much come out the same. Every time if i do that enough this method could be perfected. In the same way any other chromatography method could be perfected in glass column or flash column or at. Hbo's year whatever you're using Principals the same right exactly but that does come from practicing in repeating the same method and then measuring it And so that's where the controversy of crc comes in because like anything if you do a bad job. Rick bad product and so poorly done desolate. Smells like hop fish garbage and is like sixty percent potency right so who needs that because it's not a better products right so the concept of dissolution is that i am using boiling point to purify compounds so it should be cleaner stronger and that would be the reason that it's better but if it isn't pure if it isn't narrow isolated if it isn't over ninety percent than it isn't good dissolute so that doesn't make all distillation joke that makes this distilled oil a joke right right. We we invented this noun. Distill it that you know. It's just like this. Ominous i product right. That could mean anything but at least in the realm of It always Oil that wasn't supposed to have flavor in the wrong here c. Which is the same thing now. We have a a now that should be describing a piece of equipment. It's being applied to your consumer product as well and so now anything that's been filtered with any type of solid phase whether it's just clay clay silica whether it's some weird combination there's a whole bunch of like proprietary products in different molecular save type of Compounds and a ucla's things like that. The people are using that have other. Industrial applications are very common We've now we've got a people just kind of blandly. Generally applying that to their output product in so a cr seed product could be from fresh frozen flower and be alive resin that is wet and sticky and has turbines at five percent of the total volume or it could be dry. Probably wax that has no flavor in his sixty percent potency. And so just like. It's you know comparable badly done distillate that. Crc would be groups An purified waxes in purified. Thc a not much else ray And so that would that would be the fault of the extractor. Because that's a bad method right. Yeah i mean you. You've brought up several important things here one. I love the The marathon analogy what. I was what i was taught when i first got into analytical chemistry was a to think about chromatography like a link oh board sort of like each every molecule is a different size ball. You know falling through all of these pigs and the bigger ones hit resistance as the smaller ones kinda just coast on through And then you can adjust the the pegs and the size of the board and only things and adjusts all that. But i really liked the marathon example. That really communicates that The harvesting of the fractions really well. Yeah but but what you just pointed out that like when people say that something is a crc treated product that has no single meaning in back apply to any chromatography method used in the extraction process. which is You know it's fascinating because the the argument around. Crc right now is like there's a camp of people that really want to know whether a product has been treated icrc or not and they'd like to see it on labels and all that shooting and that seems to be gaining a lot of steam which is worrying. Because you're talking about labelling something that itself is not define So it that ultimately brings out the risk of further misinforming people. Let's.

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"crc" Discussed on Firewalls Don't Stop Dragons Podcast

Firewalls Don't Stop Dragons Podcast

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"crc" Discussed on Firewalls Don't Stop Dragons Podcast

"To the bank but we think it's the beginning of a discussion. You know and you you would wanna look into each category and say what do we need to do to create the information You know to create the dynamics where the company's doing the best job or actually getting rewarded in the marketplace right. That's part of what crc's its function as right through ratings reviews evaluations. And so this is a really important piece of work. We hope that starts discussions and helps us focus on. How can we raise the standard in these various categories in a way. That's not an imposition. Or like you know a a net negative. These companies is not more work to do. It's actually a source of competitive advantage for them hopefully that'd be very interesting to see over time as well like for instance whole smart speaker thing that really blew up last year or whatever when the study started coming around that real humans were listening to some of your sounds tippett's and that that was a real blue so if you're an interesting to see the results of that same study before and after that those new cycle all right one more thing Then we'll talk about then we'll get into this digital standard but a philosophical level you know basically shade and we have both carrot and stick approach to privacy right. There's you either convince these makers to embrace privacy as a profitable market differentiator. Which is whether you've been talking about hoping for. But then there's also implementing regulations what we also talked about with fines. You know just compel this behavior. Do we need both. And if so. How do we balance those two approaches. And that little teaser. We will in part one of our interview and moskowitz.

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"crc" Discussed on Protrusive Dental Podcast

Protrusive Dental Podcast

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"crc" Discussed on Protrusive Dental Podcast

"When you go from CRC beat to ICBM in sleight in. You're right it's way you've got a very large movement. That condo in a horizontal planes is very hard to Visualize sort of unto say verbally without slides on the side. But I don't confuse your audience too much if we WANNA use somebody in centric relation as a reference but going from center relations the ICBM involves a large horizontal slide. You'll suddenly lose that reference point so it is advisable in such cases not to use as a reference in these cases an interesting thought. Imagine that patient now would lodge slide and imagine that they receive orthodontics. Yeah Okay and the orthodontics was planned in their normal starting Malaysian Reverend. Maybe maybe some minor crowding whatever right. Now let's say that ticks this patient and this this may be happening all over the world all the time in orthodontics now. This patient undergoing orthodontics suddenly D. programs. Right now they're mandible drops back and now they're going to appear more close to that can have more of an over so this to me always very interesting. Something my diploma in Orthodontics never touched on. Iowa's he used thing you know surely there's important when orthodontists are about to put these bite rams poor -serily right and completely exclude everything else. And now they're gonNA put brackets moving around. There's a chance that law patients are going to d program and become usually always more close to than they always died with. But that's a very few orthodontists actually. Planning that doing articulate a work and checking for slides but it's.

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"crc" Discussed on Eu tava l�

Eu tava l�

08:35 min | 2 years ago

"crc" Discussed on Eu tava l�

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"crc" Discussed on Audible Insights

Audible Insights

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"crc" Discussed on Audible Insights

"My family's had a really tough challenge with health. This year to three people in my family have had really major issues. And so i had to stay level and be this pillar in the midst of all this and yet not get caught up and you know all the emotion of it you know you can't you can't be a robot but on the other hand a lot of this stuff and this is the work i do for myself and bring it to my clients is like well how do you. How do you process this stuff. How do you say that because a lot of come down to. It's not just. The event is our how we interpret the event. It's the judgment we place on ourselves when something goes wrong. What we perceive to be wrong and before we started recording. You said you said events or neutral finish. Yes so i think it was. Eckhart tole Totally who said events are neutral our perceptions of them are what determine whether negative or positive so That i i'm coming to believe more and more like the event happens. And i've seen this like what is initially a very a feels like a very negative setback. Actually tends to be a message that you need to change something right and it needs. It means it's time to evolve and change is hard like especially when things are good and all of a sudden. They're not like making that shift. It's like you wanna maintain that previous state. That previous state may not be available anymore. And this is just showing you the way. But it's all in how you interpret it and that was the one of the hardest things about when i was doing revelation and being in that seat is i would always pass judgement on it and generally judgment on myself. When something went wrong i would say. Oh it's 'cause 'cause something. I did or something i am on at the end of the day. It's your responsibility anyway. Right yeah always stops with you right but that doesn't mean it defines you right. So that's that's the thing. I work a lot about like you know a company something you have. It's not something you are and as a founder. it's really easy to get your identity really intertwined with your company. You're out there. You're you're advocating for your evangelizing for but at the end of the day..

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"crc" Discussed on Audible Insights

Audible Insights

05:45 min | 2 years ago

"crc" Discussed on Audible Insights

"So i sit down and create that space and be that resource for founders. And especially visionary founders. Who are you a lot of times. People will start a company. Not because they're they're like i'll start a companies because they want to put something across to the world. They've come up with some new way of looking at some methodology some way of helping other other companies other people get their do better at what they're doing so it's an accidental founder. They've got something they wanna put out in the world and that's the only way to do it right. Yeah and so they become a business person. And so i helped them with that understanding what that entails and. That's that's really gratifying. We have a lot of time. We have space In person or over resume and we meet once or twice a month and we keep them moving forward and it's amazing to see the transformations that have happened. And then this year i've introduced retreats as well into my business because one of the things that i found in revelation when i was running that and growing that was really hard to be able to step back and get some quiet and get some space There's always always incoming. There's always a million emails whether it's from customers team advisors.

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"crc" Discussed on Audible Insights

Audible Insights

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"crc" Discussed on Audible Insights

"There's a lot of mental energy to get the expended on the journey But we we kept growing and kept growing and in two thousand fourteen. We had the opportunity to get acquired by focus vision and was a great match. Actually because what we had hit at that point is like we were supporting global research companies out of portland oregon and it's a really tough time zone to do. Global support coast is. Yeah so what we needed was more sales people and more service people and a bigger footprint and it turned out focus risen needed a platform like revelation and they had a ton of sales people and a global footprint and it was like one of those things that just made a lot of sense. A natural fit. Yeah and so it was the right time and it worked out everybody in revelation. Still going on within focused. It's really great. Yeah so then moving on from that. Obviously that was a big life. Change for you and in great success. Congratulations on that. So what did you decide to do next in your career he either. What are you doing now next. What's next for you. How does steve. August story continues to unfold right so i continue to work for focus vision a had an earn out year. So did that. And then right as that happened was coming to a close. Knit bought decipher and another other. Companies and had packaged it altogether and sold it to another private equity company And i was positioned that. I had options and i was like well i should probably stick around and see if these options cash in. It was blessed. They did and then. I stayed for another year. I was Became the chief marketing officer. So i had this amazing experience of answering to a private equity board and all that all the glamour of it of traveling to new york and london and then also the the the challenge of it. It's very demanding way of looking at the world..

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"crc" Discussed on Audible Insights

Audible Insights

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"crc" Discussed on Audible Insights

"Everyone welcome to another episode of the audible insights podcast. I'm david paul. Ceo of engages. And we're coming to you. From the floor of the insights associations corporate researchers conference in orlando. And i have the pleasure of being joined for this conversation by steve august. Steve was the founder of revelation and later served as chief innovation officer and chief marketing officer for focused vision. Steve thanks so much. Thanks for having me david. Great to be here. It's great to chat with you so for those who don't know your story. Take us through your journey through the market research industry sure I like to say. I play my wife for the whole whole adventure because i came into market. Research is a lot of people do almost by accident and my wife was actually the real researcher in the family. She was the one with master's degree in consumer behavior and she had her own consulting business. And when in two thousand and two when our daughter was born We had a choice. I was working at a job Museum exhibit design of all things that was wonderfully safe but didn't pay very well and so we decided to make my wife's business the family business and so i started supporting her. In the business and kimberley's specialty was ethnography and in homes and in-depth call. And so i see her a going to people's houses in advance they would they would create these paper. Diaries like to see what was going on while she wasn't there so that she could be better informed about what was going on when she was there and i was looking at this and it was around two thousand three two thousand four and said well we have these things called blogs. They're kind of like web. Diaries web diary paper diary. Maybe we could this easier because you see. All the efforts is going to kinko's at the time. And creating the booklets and sending them out fedex and then had all this information at the.

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"crc" Discussed on Audible Insights

Audible Insights

06:43 min | 3 years ago

"crc" Discussed on Audible Insights

"Researchers conference by the insights association in orlando and. I'm joined for this episode by curtis. Cobb curtis is director of research demography and survey science at facebook. Curtis thanks for giving us some of your time. Thank you very much for having me so tell everyone a little bit about the work that you do at facebook. Yeah so. I lead a unique team at facebook. Were not product embedded like you would normally expected a company instead where a group of research methodologies who tackled tough issues that span across the company where. There's not really a a tried and true method that exists to answer some of the questions that we seek to understand a lot of the work that we do is global and so there's a lot of cross cultural components where we have to be able to have something work both in the us or in europe where there are mature market research communities as well as in the developing world where let's say there are less mature infrastructure infrastructure. Okay yeah that's that's really interesting. So can you talk a little bit about some of the unique challenges around that. And i guess even better some of the ways that you've been able to solve those challenges and collect the data where you need to collect it as quickly as you need to collect it. Yeah the real. The real tradeoff for almost everything we do is the speed versus rigor companies tech companies in particular. Really like to get answers immediately and a lot of the projects that we have to do would take normal processes or let's say if they were happening in academia government and we have to constrain those two. What can we do in three months and so we the way that we handle that. Is we actually build in a lot of methodological tests into our existing studies so for example. If we're trying to understand something in the developing world will use a variety of modes at once and then do. Let's say collecting survey data both various panels various mobile designs versus in person designs etc Telephone designs and we'll actually do large comparisons and some of that stuff. We actually released publicly to provide insights. We also one of the issues that i've been dealing with this. That facebook is constantly wanting to know. How internet penetration is changing around the world. And as you can imagine that something that's really hard to get because it includes everyone who's not on the internet which is what allows us to operate more quickly and getting insight and so we've actually been For example working with some faculty at uc berkeley to try to understand how well for example the facebook platform can be used to do network sampling to estimate offline population sizes so where people can essentially proxy report on those that. They have engagement with and how that can get. That's only possible because we have really good estimates in the developed world that we're able to compare against and Do bias correction with But then take those same method and apply them to the developing world and understand the nuances. Something that was really interesting about what you said earlier. In that answer it sounded like one of your. I'll call it a trick not to demean it but one of your one of your hacks to get things done. More quickly is rather than taking two years to go really deep. With one methodology. You go really hard in short period of time but with multiple methodologies so that you can cross validate in a way. You're you're you're trading that length of time for a lot more work in a shorter period of time and of course the investment in staff and financial investment that that takes as well absolutely and the truth. Is that a lot of the topics that were touching on for research their complex topics policy topics etc. So thinking about for example. Facebook has announced that it's going to push further on intend. Encryption how can we understand how people react to that. Using one method has the disadvantage of that just with complex topics and low information environments that that the method you used. The answer is highly sensitive to and so the triangulation that you're talking about of using multiple methods allows us both to push forward in the future and understand what we could do for other problems possibly move quickly but it also gives us a better answer for what we're studying right then a so. How would you package up a key takeaway for other researchers who can learn from your experience. Know selfishly of your secret sauce of how you've learned to do some of these really complex things what what would be a key takeaway piece of advice that you'd encourage people to think more about that. You think. maybe they don't much well. I know one of the things that the tech industry suffers from and researchers within the tech industry suffer from is that they don't actually realize a lot of these issues that they're dealing with have been wholly or partially solved by other researchers in other fields. And so to your point. I still methods constantly and tried to adapt them than trying to come up with holding new things and so coming to conferences like this the inside association reichen see what pharma's doing where i could see. What retail is doing. Where i can see. Why consumer packaged goods or doing it allows me to not only generate ideas for the types of problems. I'm struggling with but also see how they applied them where i thought it where it didn't work and and really push like any researcher or scientists or anything like that right. We all stand on the shoulders of others. And so i don't try to do things to novo. I tried to do adaptation. that's great. i really appreciate that. That's a solid takeaway. Well thanks so much for joining us. I appreciate a minutes of your time. And i hope you get a lot of value out of this year so far it's been a great show. Yeah thank you all right. Thanks so much. Thanks so much for listening. You can find all our episodes by searching audible insights on itunes stitcher or google play and by visiting insights association dot org slash audible. Thanks again and we'll catch you next time..

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"crc" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

Ponderings from the Perch

04:47 min | 3 years ago

"crc" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

"Solve this at at our our at our company I would say probably the most common challenge that I hear across every company doesn't matter the industry or even the size is the a common challenge of people doing a great job in what they do and being promoted to manager with no manager training and then either failing at being a manager just just not knowing how to be a manager how to manage and coach their people and then that causing such a disconnect such a problem because now the people they're managing are not really getting developed upped. The strategy is not really being effectively translated from the executive team down to the front lines. And when you really think about it executive teams you know they have retreat. They spend all this time. I'm defining such a great strategy. But if they can't get the front line the people doing the work to actually execute that strategy is going to fail and they often rely on those middle managers front line managers to translate the strategy to communicate to motivate their people and to coach and develop their people. And if they're not doing that they lose a lot of those people so the the biggest challenge common towns here all the time. Is those frontline or first time managers. Who Don't know how to manage aren't getting the help or the training? They need to manage their people. And that's where I can often come in and help as as a person who runs leadership development manager development workshops and get them acting more effectively awesome. We'll we'll plug a couple of years shows on here. Batum certainly can reach out to Andy on Lincoln. Obviously very approachable person. So ask your question. Put Him in hotseat. We'd love it. Thanks so much any your Brazil. All right I am at CRC. I'm here with Jenny. Reese of Microsoft's who just gave a absolutely awesome presentation with John Brand of JFK. And what they were talking about. And I'll let you finish this up on. But what they were talking about is how they created the Microsoft ecosystem and in how the the research and the creation of that has really affected their overall branding marketing and advertising strategy. So tell me a little a little bit about the key takeaways from your presentation today. Yeah for so really. We just wanted to take people on the journey of answering the the really really big question of are we branded house or are we a house of brands. We all kind of felt that the Microsoft brand had a lot of power We were very organized by IT products and services that we were selling to consumers. And so this was you know taking folks through the journey from the you know. What are the design nine and inputs that you need to be able to answer this question? And what are some of the techniques on the back end in terms of how you handle the data building models and ultimately trying to understand the strength of the relationships and the direction of relationships so that you can really understand how to plan your portfolio's and how to plan your campaigns and messages that's so interesting Yet tell me about you showed a couple of examples at the end of different campaigns or ways that you guys have really approached even advertising retiring with this research with this information and one of my favorite quotes that you gave today was information for the sake of information That's not that's not helpful. What's helpful is when our information drives our actions? Tell me about some of the actions. That Microsoft's taken. Yeah definitely I mean I think as as researchers I came from agency side. We'd we'd love information and so sometimes we can just fall in love with ourselves and kind of get lost in it but it Microsoft. We really try to drive action and an impact and so a couple of the examples that I love of this work in the wild one is recently rebranding being adds to Microsoft advertising. And so if you want to I I want to place ads on being kind of capitalize on the search for your business rather than going to being ads. Now you're buying Microsoft advertising and that was very very much supported by our findings that the Microsoft brand is super strong and it kind of blurs the line between consumer and commercial and the way that we want it to and so that was a big decision for us and and everybody was really excited to go ahead and make that change in the market and then the other example we gave is from a campaign side. You know we did talk a lot about the Microsoft ecosystem but windows has a very unique relationship relationship with the OEM's HP's the dells Villanovans of the world. And so the same kind of conclusions apply. Where when when HP advertises for windows there's kind kind of a mutual benefit their windows advertises? There's kind of a mutual benefit there and so being able to kind of capitalize on the CO marketing opportunities which you know not every brand has that kind of relationship with outside outside brands. But when you do definitely know that there could be some extra benefits there and if you can find synergies you know everybody will benefit. Thanks so much yeah no problem thank you..

"crc" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

Ponderings from the Perch

08:00 min | 3 years ago

"crc" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

"Back. We had a great time Eh Insights Association. CRC That's the Corporate Research Conference in Orlando and we're going to share with you a little bit about what we heard in who we talked to. This was a really interesting here because Art Flanagan over insights association. Thought he do something brand new and really serve the providers and vendors who come when most of the content is directed towards the innovation. And what's going on at corporate research level the one day insights leadership symposium was a cool way to talk to providers and vendors and really throw out some ideas about how we go about coming to market. This is Super Fun for me because I was joined with Jayme in Brazil. Sima Asa and David Paul all fellow podcasters in the world and we were the CO host of that date we heard from Karen Walker from better. CEO and I love and how she talked about how we sometimes are in danger of dumbing things down and how our culture is really the sum total of what we allowed happen at our work and that was really really inspirational. Loved where she went with that. We also got to hear from Andy Storch who is also a fellow podcast and really an amazing performance coach. One one of the things was near and dear to my heart is that he also has a love for Dilbert cartoons and they were really really funny but he also tapped into the seriousness of employee. Engagement and how to really get involved in exceed the employee experience. I also loved what he said about not necessarily looking for the right culture fit in an employee we but also about how the employee might add to your culture. That is so in alignment with our culture and our way of looking at things at little bird marketing. So I I loved that David. Paul is not only the host of his own podcast engages. But he's also the host of the insights association audible insights and he did a alive episode featuring my good friend over. Innovate him are Lisa and with her was Joe Byer and Susan Stacey and then also Greg Jones from procter and gamble and they all discussed where we're going with sample. What are the issues and the challenges? We're facing with sample quality at what we can do about it and how we also integrate great social recruitment into that sample quality it was a super great leadership. Track we also got me Adam little. He's a data scientists from Delta brain and I loved this note I took from his speech and that was a quote knowing why something works is just as important as knowing why something doesn't it was a lot of food for thought. We had a a great time at the insights. Leadership Symposium was the lead up to the CRC but you're going to hear from other people about their experience insights association CRC in Orlando this year. So I I hope you enjoyed this episode. I am here with Adrian. Amran from grub hub and she just presented about some really really interesting research That grub hub has done and and just an interesting connection between their insights team in their marketing team. So entrants Adrian's Homey a little bit about what you just presented on. Yes so I just presented a little bit around kind of this. Delivery Industry is very cluttered right. Now there's a lot of competitors in the space and what what Grub is realized as we have to build our brand in order to set us apart from our competitors and so the way we decided to do that through national TV advertisements and so today in this presentation Russian. I walked everyone through This kind of TV testing framework that was created in house and how we are able to make sure that our ads ads are not only extremely effective for our investment but also making sure that they're really resonating with the customers to continue to build that brand and hopefully build that loyalty talk to our brand so being on the insights team. You actually serve multiple roles so are your moderator to really interesting so but also you had mentioned that you were there on site when they're actually doing these video shoots yes so you are. They're getting the information and from the respondents and then also their day of shoot when this creative is being created. Tell me a little bit about how that came about. Because that's really unique. It is really unique. I feel really lucky that I'm able to kind of go and see it. Come to life. I think a lot of the times we think about research and then kind of goes to these teams and you're not sure how how it's being implemented and what's awesome is kind of in these productions shoots how valuable they lean on research in the moment because when they're sitting there needing to decide hey should he wear or a hat or should he wear a group of t-shirt they looked to me as the voice of the consumer to say. Hey actually people would just prefer them to be wearing. T A GRUB T shirt and those types have moments were insights make a really big impact and making sure that our ad is effective and also kind of resonating or what. The consumer is wanting to see what they've told us. They've wanted to see but building that relationship to get to that point. It's been a process I've been up for two and a half years and my time there have been on three different teams within the organization so we used to be on the operations nations team. Then we moved over to the product teams that with our US counterparts internally and then we finally moved over about six months ago and set actually on the brand team. And what's so great about the transition seeing the business from multiple perspectives but most recently especially with the initiative. TV and really kind of investing heavily. In that I'm sitting sitting there with my brand partners that weekly status meetings and understanding the things they're dealing with and that they were getting asked and ultimately that led to a seat at the table during this process of Bringing on a new creative agency in determining what our next big TV spot will be great. Thanks so much for sharing with us and really just inspiring this room to you. I'm hopefully go back to their organizations and change some things around. Yeah thank you. Thank you pleasure meeting you. So I'm here with Andy. Sandy storage and We were CO presenting here at CRC for Insights Association. And I think I've got someone of a like mind here so Anyone is to tell everybody what you do specifically just start with your actual to podcasts. What they're about and then we can talk a little bit more about what you talked about today? Well I'm telling development consultant and I work with companies to connect them with really exceptional learning and development programs to help their companies turned strategy into action and people doing the best work of their lives. I two PODCASTS. One is called the talent development hot seat which serves that business and that talent development audience and the show is called the Andy stored show which is more about personal development and kind of my personal a hobby. If you will and then. I do a lot of stuff on social media linked in Instagram facebook connecting with people building brand. I'm also seeing my first conference in November call. All the talent development think tank which on November six and seven the Snowman California. I didn't even talk about here today because I don't know if anybody WANNA come but it sold out anyway so it's in cinema and maybe that's why I think you got onto something there. You said that one of your first podcast is about being in the hot seat. So who's in the hot seat you or your guest ask Sometimes I feel like it's me but You know the idea. I don't know where that idea came to have a podcast about entrepreneurship called the entrepreneur. Hot seat and whose idea of like asking some tough of questions to entrepreneurs making them really think coaching them a little bit and it's continued to over time and I don't think anybody's really on a hot seat anymore. in fact we're I'm thinking about rebranding at the end of the year for the talented element podcast to align with conference be more of a think tank which is to be more collaboration conversation providing providing great ideas and insights for people to do their jobs better. Well I think you might agree with me as a fellow entrepreneur but maybe we don't anymore hot seats. I what I referred do as the stunning discomfort entrepreneurship. It's hard. It's tough business so let me ask you this just in closing. What is the hardest question that people come to you? What is it the hard question that you solve the thing? They just can't crack the thing. That is not only emerging merged. It's very persisting problem. And they keep coming to say any help us.

"crc" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"crc" Discussed on KQED Radio

"CRC from what from me I'm a threat to you I'm a law abiding citizen I'm gonna try to go to school try to better myself like how much of a threat and I will come home from the leadership conference feeling like he has found a collie just a few weeks later he drives to Fresno state with friends to join hundreds of students in a crash course on how to fight one eighty seven here's material here's how you talk about it when people ask you about it here's what you need to say literally we have one hit out of the news new squatter brainstorming ways to stop save our state the one eighty seven committee in Orange County is finding this little experiment has made front page news political consultant Barbara Kiley remembers coming up with talking points we all have what we're supposed to say we start to script and what was that script do not get into a race war with anybody you're debating this is not about race this is about laws but as much as they try to stay away from race the general public was clearly getting riled up about California's changing demographics check out this guy in NPR's morning edition in nineteen ninety four a somewhat they'll resident named John Richards my neighborhood has gone from a pretty nice place to live where you wouldn't want to drive down in the morning I mean if you even drive down with a vehicle you have twenty to thirty guys that will literally **** rush your car if you stop or not they sit out there and drink most of the time if they don't get picked up Dave cost criminal elements to come in such as occurs drug dealers right now if I was to move to my neighborhood today I wouldn't buy placed I turn around walk out that's why for many Latinos it soon became obvious that one eighty seven was not about citizenship it was about them thank you for meeting me here this yeah and in nineteen ninety four Gloria Molina is in LA county supervisor one of the most powerful let the nose in the state and a daughter of a Mexican American father and a Mexican immigrant mother many people said Medicare citizen you should worry about this at all it was about me it was about people like me I was the one that was going to be asked just because of who I was Gloria feels a personal and civic responsibility to oppose one eighty seven and thinks it'll be easy to stop so she forms a no on one eighty seven committee in Los Angeles there weren't many events and very frankly the first thing we need to do is to raise money.

UBS Loses China Bond Deal After Economist's Pig Remark

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:30 sec | 3 years ago

UBS Loses China Bond Deal After Economist's Pig Remark

"UBS may be suffering the fallout from the Chinese pig comments by global chief economist we're told China railway construction excluded UBS from a dollar bond sale. It's the first known corporate issue or to distance itself from the Bank after Paul, Don of words, sparked fury. The lost fees should have only a negligible effect on UBS figures, but CRC. Decision threatens to complicate the banks push into China. So that story

UBS China Railway Chief Economist China Paul