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"cambria" Discussed on The Financial Guys
"You welcome back to behind. We have a loaded show today, three guests. We're going to talk some abortion again. We're going to talk with a local attorney. We're going to talk with Mike lomas of the financial guys, loaded show today. But I think it's one of those shows where you're going to want to listen to the beginning to end because there's a baby formula shortage. There's a Supreme Court ruling, but right away, let's go to very prominent attorney. Paul Cambria, who was actually argued before the Supreme Court. And I guess Paul, what does this say about the state of affairs in our country that some of the most sacred stuff we have just can't seem to stay safe and our courts in our government? I mean, there's just leaks everywhere 24/7. It seems like in our government. And it's really a shame. I mean, what does that say about the future of everything going on in our country? Well, you know, I mean, I guess we'd really be concerned and believes thanks for about confidential, you know, safety information, you know, the nuclear weapon where the button is for the nuclear weapons or whatever. But we see it all the time. You know, privacy is not like it used to be. Now we have a camera on every corner and everybody's doorbell and in cars and all the rest of it. So the expectation of privacy that an individual has.
"cambria" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast
"Make a jump shot. So that credits to the pelicans again. I don't think that's all LeBron's ankle. I thought LeBron, I mean, granted, he did just say it's awful, but throughout the game, I thought LeBron's fine, even in the second half, just credits to the pelicans, making things tough. Yeah. That certainly part of this, the pelicans really amped up their pressure, Malik monk, even mentioned to you that he said, look, the ball stopped moving and our defensive pressure let down. And Russell weisberg was asked about it. Why did that happen? And he said, I wish I could tell you. Doesn't know. Doesn't know. Ball hog sports said our defense was amazing in the first half when we started the game big. I don't understand why we finished the game. With puny ball, having mellow with the 5 in the fourth that kills our defense, I don't get it. I agree. I don't think mellow at the 5 should ever really be a thing. You can have them at the four and he can give you some floor spacing, but here's the thing with Bello. We're seeing teams very consistently target him defensively. They go right after him, which they should. They absolutely should. The gamble is always Ken mellow hit enough threes and give you enough on the offensive end to make up for whatever's going on on defense. Sometimes the answer is yes. When the answer is no, which I think that was the case tonight, you've got to be ready to pull the plug on that pretty quick. And I don't think Frank Vogel did a great job of doing that mellow. I mean, 15 minutes, but still, he was struggling out there, didn't seem like he really had it going. So that's why it was surprised Vogel went back to him late in the game, even knowing the team needed some scoring. Mellow just wasn't having the best game. I would have preferred him to look elsewhere rather than Cambria Anthony in that situation. I don't think that the main reason why it's addressed the star of that question or comment, whatever. I don't think the main reason was the fact that they went big. I think it was more the energy and effort and they came out with a great game plan to start the game. I think, honestly, if that was when you Gabriel, instead of the white, I think the starting lineup was like winning and Stanley as you're in LeBron. LeBron went against daily as you're three, four, 5. I think it would have been just as good. I actually you have some more switch flexibility as well on the outside. Now I do agree though. Carmelo Anthony at the 5 is probably the thing that I hate the most or dislike the most about this Lakers team and Frank Vogel is that he'll constantly say, hey, Melo. Every single advance in the.
"cambria" Discussed on The Financial Guys
"But when you get rid of a mandate, you're not compelling the state to do anything. You're just removing something that the state used to be doing. You're on demanding the state do anything. You're demanding the state not do something. And so this almost this exact issue came about came to head very, very early in the pandemic. Like, June 2000 20, when we had Paul Cambria sued on behalf of sportsman's lounge, which Byron restaurant that wanted to play music and advertise it was having music being played when people came to go out there and eat food at the restaurant. And after we got after Paul Cambridge got that mandate struck down saying, you know, there was a clear First Amendment violation. You can't say you can't advertise music and it's not First Amendment is it gets. Pretty crazy, right? I mean, I hear the stuff you're thinking, where do we live? The state made the same argument about the automatic state after that. And the fourth department, which is the appellate division out here in western New York to Rochester. They said it doesn't apply in the sentence. And this is identical instance, right? We are not compelling any state action. We are removing a state action. And in that context, the IMAX state should not apply. And so what if they apply it though? But you got to actually appeal it. I haven't seen the appeal yet. So Todd, they're trying to there are obviously making the case that, yes, it does. There's an automatic state. We don't have to do anything. Nothing changes. We're going to appeal. Anti is up in court. How do you beat that? Because all these schools are going to hide behind that. All these districts, all these businesses, all these liberals like Mark Cole and tyres are going to do you have to sue again to prove that. I mean, how does that work?.
"cambria" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"These are the daily tech headlines for friday october. Twenty nine twenty twenty one. I'm rich traveling. Ceo zuckerberg facebook's corporate entity is now called meta at the company's ar vr focus. Connect event zack said. Brands and apps will remain the same under the corporate name but reflects that from now on. We're going to be metaverse not facebook. I at the event meta also announced it will release a high end. Vr headset codename project. Cambria sometime next year. This will be distinct from the company's oculus to lineup and more pricey featuring new optics for better fidelity new sensors in the device will allow your virtual avatar to maintain eye contact and reflect your facial expressions google and the indian telco geo platforms and. That's the geo phone next available. November fourth disown cost six thousand four hundred ninety. Nine indian rupees. That's about eighty seven. Us dollars and runs an extremely optimized version of android called gaudio s includes read aloud and translate now features across web apps and messages with support for ten indian languages. Specs include a quad core qualcomm. Cwm to fifteen. Soc and dual sim support. Twitter added a labs feature for blue subscribers providing early access to features one lab feature lets users upload videos up to ten minutes long another feature. Lets users pin conversations to the top of an inbox. Twitter blew subscriptions remain limited to canada and australia for now. Apple earned one dollar and twenty four cents per share in q four on revenue of eighty three point. Thirty billion dollars a twenty nine percent on the year but missing analysts estimates ceo. Tim cook said sales would have been six billion dollars. Higher if not for supply chain constraints iphone revenue increased forty seven percent of the year to thirty eight point sixty nine billion but missed analysts estimates services grew twenty seven percent to eighteen point. Twenty eight billion dollars ipad sales. Were up twenty one percent to eight point. Twenty five billion dollars. Wearables home accessory. Revenue grew twelve percent to eight point. Seventy nine billion dollars. While mexico's group one point six percent to nine eighteen billion amazon reported earn six dollars and twelve cents per share on revenue of one hundred ten point. Eighty one billion dollars in q. Three both missing analyst expectations. This marked the first quarter services. Revenue surpassed that product sales with amazon web services advertising third party seller services and prime subscriptions generating fifty five point nine billion dollars in revenue. Aws beat analysts estimates with revenue up thirty nine percent of the year to sixteen point. Eleven billion dollars while we continued to feel the impact of us sanctions and q. Three with revenue falling on the year for the fourth consecutive quarter down thirty eight percent of the year to one hundred thirty five point. Four billion yuan. That's about twenty one point two billion dollars while we says it's business to business. Units remain stable but consumer divisions remained significantly impacted has changed its name on steam playstation games published on steam for play on. Pc were previously published by playstation mobile. They now show up as published by playstation. Pc so he formed a company called playstation pc earlier this year. Tick-tock confirmed a limited test of tipping feature. Letting us her send money directly during tick. Tock live streams. Tick-tock does not currently take a cut of tips to talk already sports. Gifting virtual goods on live streams. The latest version of the chrome browser features fixes for to actively exploited zero day vulnerabilities both were listed as high severity. But google was light on details since the start of two thousand twenty one. Google released patches for fifteen chrome zero days mercedes will equip cars with dolby atmos- audio as an option on vehicles using its latest m. b. u. x. interface and burmeister three thirty or forty sound systems. This will initially be available to the mercedes my bach in summer. Twenty twenty two and the s. class. Soon after google fi will roll out support for end to end encrypted calls between android phones on fi service in the coming weeks encrypted calls will feature a unique ringtone and lock symbol on the screen the analysts. Idc found that. Smartphone shipments declined six point seven percent of the year in q. Three with a total of three hundred thirty one point two million units shipped samsung shipped. The most units with sixty nine million. Although this was down fourteen point two percent of the year apple jumped to second place. With shipments up twenty point eight percent with fifty point four million units and jomie fell to third with forty four point three million units. At and t.'s. prepaid carrier cricket at five g. support to all plans although video streaming quality is still kept it for eighty p on mobile data. The company also updated. It's less expensive. Data plans to remove speed caps previously limited to eight megabits per second on lt microsoft updated. Its power toys for windows tool kit. Adding a video conference mute feature that. Lets you disabled mike. And webcams globally across windows. There's also a fine. My mouth feature pressing control twice. Will dim the screen.
"cambria" Discussed on Places I Remember with Lea Lane
"I've never been in it have you. I have not been to the library. But i know of it. I know the story of it. Yeah the libraries. When i'm in big sur. I want to be other nature. I don't blame you coming down a little bit. South is a town called cambria seaside village but just before it. There's something called pea address. Blancas friends of the elephants. Seal rookery where you have eight thousand pound. Huge elephants seals all over. It just fabulous. Instagram pictures there dramatics. We get a sandwich of our favorite sandwich place. And that's where we sit and eat on her way down south. it's dramatic. great photo ops. Have you ever had a lily berry pie. It's a special buried from california. I'm sure you have. I have not. I think the list there. I had a banana cream pie. And i have something for banana cream pie. Because wolfgang puck was making it for his twenty fifth anniversary of doing the oscars. That's his favorite. So i had it emblazoned my mind that i was going have it so i think my son had that and was certainly not sharing mind so next time you're you're nearby you can get it next time. So let's go along tomorrow bay. That's a beautiful area with a lot of herons and monarch butterflies and hummingbirds and otters sea otters. You can you can just take so many wonderful pictures if you walk along the trails and it's a perfect road stop will. The next part is very famous when you do the strive you pull over lot and stop just for health reasons there. You don't have to be reminded you wanna pull over and just more deeply gaze at what is there because it's so unique from what you had just seen and it's so unique from anything you'll ever see again speaking of unique we we're going down to san simeon to the hearst castle. Tell us about that. So the first time i went with my wife. I think we got five. Oh five and it had a horde close at five and we really wanted to get up to big sur before the sun had set so we were under the gun nuts sort of spent much. When i came back the other time with my son we did go through it. But i didn't want to get in trouble with my wife's we didn't talk too much about it but it was magnificent and we did our launch at the other side. So you have that long drive going up. There's a little park on the other side so we had our lunch there. They still have zebras there. They hide him. Zebras just said california. And just talking and of course you would see. I was there a long time ago. And they had zebras on the way up. That drive. There's one hundred sixty five rooms in the house there to massive pools which are absolutely incredible. Both of them one hundred twenty seven acres. It's a morrish castle..
"cambria" Discussed on X96
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"cambria" Discussed on AXE TO GRIND PODCAST
"Aka learned lessons and i'm sure tom you'd say that same thing for most precious blood. Oh yeah you know if somebody saw in two thousand versus seeing indecision in ninety four. You probably go yet. You probably got a better product in two thousand. So i think i think you're dead on. I didn't come to that. I think you're totally right. And i think cold blue says that. Do you think guys both you. The fact that the record came out and equal vision made the band feel bigger right out of the gate. Yes i think it had such a fucking energy because it's like you got converge and you gotta end Come out around that time. An records watt a year later two years later whatever an record on equal vision. I think a year later the bridge nine seven inches probably coming out in roughly the same timeframe his co. blow you right and like yeah so i mean. I think you know at that time. Equal vision was a fucking. You know it still has at that time especially with a thing in ardmore heath and tom what what side of the fence is equal vision fallen. Oh none they were pure neutral. They were they were. What is it not chaotic neutral. They were good. Newt what's the good neutral lawful neutral. Equalizer was fucking lawful neutral because the label that was putting out converged with putting out floor punch right hand side did bain and the you know what i mean like like pure pure down the middle which even like you if the record comes out on bridge nine. That's one way if the record comes out on trust kill. That's another way. So this record came out with the a little bit of an easier path flight pattern pain other than being perceived as osha. This is on this equal vision. You know one thing. I i don't necessarily agree with one aspect of that please. Which is i think in the same way that they were handsome could work against them in some rooms all equal vision which you're right mostly that mostly neutral territory in some respects but let's say that you're just not inclined to clean guy hardcore right. Yes i think we can even pull it out. Do like more plainly. Equal vision felt too big for some rant rooms. Yes at an okay. So that's going to be tough to explain to a kid who got into hardcore two years ago three years ago. It's going to be hard to explain to to that listener right now. That equal vision. Which maybe some kids only know from putting out kuwait and cambria records or maybe they just. It's kinda off the radar. They're in a different space now At one time equal vision really heads. Sort of a steve ready sensibility. Which is he likes. Clean cut hard. That is burly but not necessarily not good not stupid and not goon ish and there is a level of competency that he's looking. Yeah yeah yeah he. Yeah yeah yeah. They were confident. Obviously they just weren't burly will even serpico he put up stuff. That was not burly. But but i think that the the the vision in people's minds is the the first couple converge records right or at least help is right. The first couple of days and the The bane records shore and this is all now converge at this juncture in their career. They're like fucking neurosis there an institution but at that time they they were kind of just the best band coming out of boston. Different thing than they are now right and.
"cambria" Discussed on KCRW
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"cambria" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
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"cambria" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos
"Were buying them for chris as christmas presents birthday presents. Whatever it was like. Hey i wanna get my wife a we fade or hey i wanna get my mom a we fit like you know what i don't know if that's insulting gift to get somebody but it was something that i don't know it. They were interested in Yeah it did well and then people were like okay. I'm kind of tired of exercising now and then it just. Nobody touched him ever again. Like you can go on ebay and find one for like i want. Say like fifteen bucks deli. That's too expensive now guitar. Heroes different story guitar hero overdid the marketplace and everybody had one and it died out and obviously it was trying to revive but at the revival didn't work out and for a while. The marketplace was similar. What we saw. We've it but now. There's been a resurgence in that where it's truly hard to find. People are price gouging. It like crazy guitar hero. Yeah yeah so. Those games like yeah. I loved those games. And i would play those games for ever anytime you know. A metallica add on came out or the van halen on came out like i was obsessed because those games like outside playing the games on the highest difficulty. The achievements man. You can just go through and you could earn the achievements fairly easy and i remember when people to start. Discover on like rock band. Didn't actually have to seeing. You just had to like make your voice match. Didn't have to say the words just the right pitch that's all and then of course with the drums. You're not actually playing the drums. You're trying to find it to the rhythm to the beat that that that that that that that that was just it was fun. It was fun for what it was experience but again it's so crazy. I was looking for someone looking for tj and retrofitted games. It's like we're almost sold out of everything and guitars. Forget about it. They are sold out of stock cheese. Yeah yeah that's insane. Like i haven't i mean i've been i've been wanting to go back and get one but or just so i could have it but i don't think i'll be. I'm not any. I got too much back catalogue to play it but you know on rock band. I just remember having that cohesion cambria song on the first like set list and people like who are these guys you know main while the rest of like the imo world had been to choline cambria for a really long time but i think games like rock band really put these these like lesser known bands on the map. So i agree with you my friend. I think that xbox raise sixty. Ps three we generation is in my opinion and your opinion to the best console generation. Ever we want to hear your thoughts. Pop culture cosmos at.
"cambria" Discussed on Ghost Town
"Wrong. Oh my god why is this. My life i click the button and said please wait. And now i have donated to the humane society of cambria county and i feel a little bit better all of that and by the way. If you can't donate money you can donate stuff around your house. A lot of shelters have wishlist of the things that they need. And so you can do that. Just go to their website their facebook whatever better than that. Go up there and find yourself a new fuzzy friend you could also just not throw fox's that would be good to we definitely promote not throwing fox's on our podcast thank you so much for listening. We really really hope that you enjoyed the showcase. You can find us on any podcast platform that you use and we have tons of episodes for you been john. We hope you also enjoyed all the wonderful participants in this showcase. There's some great podcast. Listen to all of them. And by.
"cambria" Discussed on AFF on AIR Podcast
"Fe classes qantas asto charging full first class prices when redeeming awards on alaska airlines on qantas website. This will eventually be fixed. But it hasn't had happened just yet eventually. You'll also be able to redeem alaska airlines mileage plan miles on ole one wound flights but this won't be implemented for another few months. Alaska airlines has quite low of panmure lines outside of the world alliance including emirates. And it looks like these will remain however alaska airlines miles can no longer be used to book emirates. I class would flights as of this week. Alaska airlines is largely domestic and regional airline based in seattle in the united states east coast and as well as obviously a lot of flights to alaska. The airline does serve many mainland. Us domestic routes and flies to a few destinations in hawaii. Canada and the caribbean alaska is the second. Us airlines joined the one world alliance off to american airlines and the to us members will also introduce additional reciprocal benefits including upgrades for frequent flyers. If both of those airlines when traveling on either carrier low cost airline jetstar revealed last month that it's now back to operating up to ninety percent of pre covid domestic capacity in australia prior to the brisbane locked down this week it even predicted that it could exceed one hundred percent of pre covid passenger numbers during the upcoming to travel period with dimond retaining jetstar. See gareth evans told a capital live events in much that. There's a renewed level optimism now in australia. One of the first things people want to do is visit loved ones will take holiday. Jetstar has observed that the demand for flights to leisure destinations within australia. Where borders rope and is now actually higher than it was before covid nineteen demand for business. Travel has not yet returned to pre covid though in maine for some time gareth evans also noted that way borders closed or whether a travel restrictions bookings practically zero but with jetstar probe dominantly targeting leisure travelers. Anyway and boorda's now starting to reopen the spokeswoman for the low cost carriers business model as well as increasing flights on existing routes jetstar is launching three new routes. And it's actively looking to add even more destinations in line with demand. Direct flights from melvin. Hamilton island started this week and in mejet style will start to harvey bay direct flights no-bid busselton flights will commence in june jetstar. Also considering bringing a few of its boeing seven eight seven dreamliner out of storage to operate on domestic routes where demand is particularly high. This would not only add capacity but also allow some of jetstar seven eight seven pilots engineers and cabin crew to return to work in preparation points. National voters reopening qantas expects to be operating around eighty percent of its pre covid capacity ovaries to meanwhile and virgin is up to around seventy percent. Unfortunately or perhaps positively depending on your point of view the ramp up in domestic flying very has seen the return of domestic red eye flights over the posterior israelis aliens and had a surplus of planes. They didn't really need to use them. Twenty four hours a day but with more flights now back in the air and roughly the same number of planes available to operate them aliens and now under pressure to increase their fleet utilization and that means that those dreaded short overnight flights from perth and east coast destinations that depart between around eleven pm and two. I am a back. A three day lockdown in brisbane. This week has unfortunately disrupted many easter holiday plans and sadly saw the end of a twelve day streak with no domestic border closures anywhere in australia as all states and territories rush to impose some new level of restrictions on travel from reason western. Australia went a step further by imposing a border. On the entire state of queensland western. Australia's hod border with queensland does to remain in place in probably woo for a few weeks. But at the time of recording this podcast some of the states have now eased travel restrictions again for people arriving from brisbane at the time of recording there no longer any restrictions on travel from brisbane to new south wales the a. c. t. or the northern territory and brisbane is now being downgraded from a red zone to an orange zone for the purposes of travelled to victoria. Meaning you can now into victoria. If you've been to brisbane in the last fourteen days but you won't need to get a covid. Nineteen tests and self isolate just until you receive a negative result. Rex will challenge the qantas monopoly. The sydney to very by launching up to seven return flights per day from the nineteenth of april. Rex will fly from sydney to canberra using a saab. Three forty turboprop aircraft which have about thirty four seats in feser on sale from one thousand nine dollars. Rex also says it plans to build a new lounge at canberra airport laid z. Prior to covid nineteen virginis. Tralee ahead operates up to nine daily return flights between cameron sydney using its regional. Eight seventy two planes but virgin has since retired. It's seventy twos and has now left with boeing. Seven three sevens which largely to being to serve the cameras seaney route at least at the same level of frequency that it used to vision had previously planned to restart cameras sydney flights. In february with two daily boeing seven. Three seven seven hundred sevices but that route relaunch has since being pushed back multiple times virgin schedule now indicates the direct sydney hammer. You to start again at the end of july and economy tickets on this route on allen ceo but virgin is currently scheduling nine daily. At l. seventy twos to operate this route from the end of july. Which obviously isn't going to happen. Because has those planes in its fleet. This way corrects has also command spending seven three seven flights from melbourne adelaide melbourne to go coast and sydney to the gold coast as well as saab three forty flights from sydney to port macquarie and coffs harbour. The sydney to coffs harbour. It was already served by both qantas link and virgin australia. Virgin australia will next week withdraw from coffs harbour just a week after rex entered the market. If that's any indication of what's to come for the city to cameroon virgin may not return to that either. A group of australian still stranded overseas have filed legal action against the australian government with the un human rights committee these australians who are represented by geoffrey robinson key see say the federal government has arbitrarily breached. They right to return to the land of their birth or citizenship. The group says that a willing to comply with old quarantine requirements but that the low international arrival caps have made it impossible for them in tens of thousands of other trillions to actually board flights home. It comes queensland javier it's intake of overseas arrivals alia this week initially for two weeks while a deals with the local outbreak in brisbane victoria next week. Resume accepting international arrivals for the first time since february and the howard springs quarantine facility in the northern territory is in the prices of being expanded but the current quarantine capacity in australia is still tightly inadequate compared to the number of australians trying to return home american express has placed it's limited time shopsmall promotions with a year round initiative which it says will further support small businesses amex shopsmall will now be available every day but it will work differently. Instead of getting a limited number of cashback offers. When spinning at participating small businesses amex card holders will instead be offered three extra points. Padilla spanta all participating small businesses. Over the next year thousands more businesses are also participating shopsmall including all mentions that price transactions using square payment terminals entitle amex card holders be to end up to forty thousand extra points until the thirty first of march two thousand and twenty two by spending it small businesses through the new shopsmall program but supplementary called white able to register for this offer. Virgin australia has resumed actively weighing hand luggage to ensure passengers on flouting. The seven kilogram carry limit veggies now randomly checking carry on bags at boarding gates at some airports including moment in sydney as well as when passengers check in and business class passengers and velocity platinum and gold members. And not mean as these checks are also taking place in the priority queues. The new procedure appears to have caught some passengers by surprise but was praised the line for enforcing the rules. Although some calls a lot stay lines use baggage. Texas an nco lary revenue opportunity including jetstar. There are some genuine. She's passengers bringing on carry on luggage. Has the allowance qantas in two thousand and eighteen for example implemented a similar hand luggage. Crackdown citing workplace health and safety Issues for the cabin crew and as overhead lockers spacey's limited is simply isn't enough room. Everyone's bags when passes blatantly flat of fool in cases where virgin customers carry on bag is found to exceed the limit. It will need to be checked in if the customer hasn't yet fully used their for checked baggage allowance. That's not for this. However next fee may apply to passengers who've already used their full checked baggage allowance. Jetstar is sad's also actively weighing passages hand luggage and finds passages were over the limit rex's also actively weighing passengers hand. Luggage at chicken qantas ran. Its first double status credits promotion for the year. Loss tweak with double status credits offered on qantas domestic flights for bookings made between the twenty fifth and the thirty th of march this year. By the time you'd be listening to this. The author has unfortunately expired. So i'm not going to run through the offer details here but we did highlight the offering the israelian frequent flags lost weeks. And you can find all the details if you're interested by clicking through to that article which you'll find in the episode nights major changes to the malaysia airlines enrich frequent flyer program came into effect this week enrich miles have been renamed to enrich planes and announced and based on the amount that you pay feel if fair in general this means you'll earn far few appoints when flying with malaysia airlines but the number of points required for reward. Surprise surprise has not changed malaysia. Airlines has also changed the way status end with elite points now required and status elite points based on the class of travel and the length of the flight. But under the new enriched program. You want anymore. Elite points for buying a more expensive flexible f. and quotas has launched eight limited edition. Saint henri beer brewed by james. Squire the quanta centennial edition. Australian laga is now available for free. In quotas lounges and on qantas flights including an economy close and it served either in a commemorative souvenir can or with a special costa containing four point two percent alcohol af if members have described the beer as drinkable and slightly bitter. But nothing special. That's what's making news on australian frequent flyer dot com dot. Au this fortnight. You can stay up-to-date between podcasts by subscribing to these trillion frequent flying. Is it today the latest frequent flyer news straight to your inbox for free every monday and thursday morning night on the festive april. The first batch of eight hundred thousand half-price flights to be subsidized by the federal government went on sale. It's all part of the tourism aviation network support program or tens and so far. The town's program has proven popular which is short make struggling tourism prayed wanna dance more than one hundred thousand tickets were sold in the first day alone under this game and it doesn't really surprise me much because when i looked onto the corners invasion websites just after midnight on thursday morning those websites clearly struggling with the huge volume of traffic and the jetstar website in fact had so much traffic going into it that it kicked me out and put me into a queue a few times indeed there are some exceptional deals available at the moment t for example jetstar is now selling flights on the avalon to adelaide route. Thirty two dollars. One way jared has seen to avalon phase for thirty four dollars snapped sending to launceston forty nine dollars. Hurry bot adelaide for fifty four dollars brisbane to and for eighty two dollars and sydney two cans of eighty three dollars. You can even go from one side of the country to the other two cans for one hundred and eight dollars on jetstar. Just give you a few examples of what's available. At the moment jetstar bundles board. As part of the half of flight sailor also now being sold a half price and that means that you can book a ticket from avalon to adelaide for thirty two dollars and add on max bundle for just forty to fifty and as well as all the other benefits he get and the flight adelaide eat own one thousand. Two hundred quotas points and twenty status credits. That's quite a low price to get twenty status credits. quotas also has some pretty decent full service. F.a.s.t available at the moment and such as adults to kangaroo island for eighty dollars. Nobody to devonport eighty nine dollars campbell to the gold coast for ninety five adelaide. Alice springs one hundred thirty five dollars and perth to her. About four hundred. Ninety dollars. virgin australia also has for example nob- into launceston fifty five dollars cd to the sunshine. Coast seventy dollars. Adelaide gold coast for nine hundred dollars. Melvin to hamilton island. Four hundred and three dollars in qantas's also launched in everywhere else ceo to all of the domestic destinations. That are not covered by the government's half price flights game. Now that's running till the eighth of april and it means until then the entire countries basically on sale. So now's a great time to be buying domestic tickets. So how exactly does this tens programme work. And how can you get one of the half price tickets while the half priced tickets. Firstly a being sold directly through the airlines websites. Say and you can also book your travel agent if you prefer but if you go onto the vigil jetstar websites the half of flights being quite clearly mocked when you book online so and how it works basically you pay half the cost to the airline and the federal government will give the other half directly to the airline and this is designed to be a bit of a subsidy for the airlines but also to help struggling tourism operators in the targeted regional destinations. And these tickets will be on sale until the first of july or until sold out and what i suspect will happen. Is that the the the most interesting destinations who soda quite quickly. But they might still be a few tickets left up until the end on the thirty first of july to some of the most popular destinations and the scheme covers travel dates up until the end of september this year. Now only interstate. Flights are eligible. Although there is one exception nets flights from adelaide to kangaroo island which are half price under this game. So as i mentioned it covers fifteen specific regional destinations basically flights to or from the flights to from these destinations. All available for half price as long as they seats available and those destinations are in queensland. Say we we have cans. Go cursed with sunday's which includes prosser pine and hamilton island and the sunshine coast in the northern territory. We have darwin. You'll ruin alice springs. Tasmania has launceston. Devonport and burnie. Ovo rex's the alan flying to bernie. And i haven't actually seen any off price flights available to bernie. Although rick says that they'll be coming soon in victoria we have avalon. Just need you along in westphalia. Brooms of is included. A new south wales marine bulow on the south coast to coast and in salvatore we have adelaide and kangaroo island so i mean there's a few big cities in adelaide darwin cans go curry stew included but also a lot of sort of regional destinations and quite a few interesting places as well. I mean they're all quite worthy Destinations for holiday. Of course there are a few catches. Firstly as i said only a limited number of half price seats are available on each flight and some flights might not have any available at all and they could be flying away. The seats were available. But they now already sold out in the case of qantas for example. Flights would need to have e-class availability. That's if acre folders half-price seats be available. So there's there's half of flights and booking into eighth 'cause now that's the lowest fare class and is the first one to sell out if the flight is in high demand there's also another slight catch with e. class which probably won't affect most people but i'll just mention it e-class phase on qantas do not generally any point smiles all status with frequent flyer programs other than qantas frequent flyers. Say if you're for example. A qatar airways member or american airlines vantage member will british airways executive club. You anything for quantity consulates now. There's also the question of whether these flights half price because some airlines seem to have increased their regular phase on some of the roots just as the half price alpha came into effect if we take rex's melbourne to adelaide root for example Which is eligible. Even they wreck san leandro flying the route this week and before the first of april rex was selling tickets on most of its melbourne adelaide. Flights from studying from fifty five dollars one way for an economy class seat on the first of april. Rex started selling seats which were supposedly half price. Full fifty nine dollars. One way and qantas qantas also. His is now selling half-price phased from melbourne adelaide. They're priced eighteen nine dollars in half price but lost week. Quotas was selling tickets on that route for one hundred nine dollars. It's really only a twenty dollar discount. Offer it was. I lost week and veggies. Supposedly half price phase from melbourne adelaide. Seventy dollars which is three dollars more than the sixty seven dollar tickets virgin selling last week at least version has been transparent though in letting us know how they've calculated discount with virgin. The fifty percent off office based on the leading elevate fair price that was available lost february fair enough. Still there are plenty of good deals to be found even for example with the two hundred nine thousand nine hundred one way qantas phase from sydney to broom that bad compared to the usual price of five hundred and nine dollars or even more for a direct service on that route one to land how to maximize the value in frequent flyer programs. You're new to the frequent flyer points game. Or perhaps he'd like to perfect your travel hacking strategy. You may be interested in the frequent flyer training program offered by our sister website. Frequent flyer solutions the frequent flyers leashes training consists of ten easy to follow online courses with topics including credit cards ending buying and renaming points airline status hotel and supermarket loyalty programs. And how to find cheap flights if you don't have hours to seep through online forums between explained clearly all of the tricks and strategies you need tonight to make the most of your frequent flier points and most programs more information visit frequent flying dot com on you. If you're an australian frequent flying than by an you have a problem with your account so you need to get in touch with af support. You probably be communicating with sam heathfield. Who is not only the if support guy on fifth that he's also an ffa member who goes by the handle of sam. Hey ch- aa four and he joins me now on a f- on air woken sam to the podcast. Thank you so samuel. The us support will have on fifth ad been and editor kill me and i sometimes people get us confused. Maybe you could just run through what your role is and how that's different Well i mean i suppose. First of all basically different user accounts So support an admin about administrators on the site we can access all the back end systems And as editor yourself you you deal with all the articles and and those sorts of things. Yeah that's right. So you know i. I deal with front facing community matters. If there's life people want to sign up for qantas club if they want deals expert flyer stuff like that but i also try and keep remember database up to date and not a big miss in the in the back. Yes so you're kind of. It grew and of course the qantas club and expert fly discounts available to eighth goal members. Which your friend today. I'm quite quite good. Deals there but a of people quite regularly send send me emails. Which is to sam and i know you often get emails address to map the way different people that we yes and we live in different places and sometimes even different countries. That's right so where do you live. I'm currently actually based difficult. I've just moved. I used to live on the gold coast. But in the southeast queensland area now so in between the gold coast and brisbane alabama. That's a long way from cambria. Where i live in quite a long way. From clifford his admin leaves as well. So sam how you initially get involved with the streaming frequent flyer quite a few years ago as i understand it. Yes so i discovered in two thousand nine like quite a lot of members that i've come to the site of the is i was looking to score. Daelim qantas club membership I saw upcoming travel in my life. And i want to be in the lange and i didn't want to pay for breast. I think that's the same story. Is moderated jessica tam who initially came from corners clubs. Cannon stayed for the community. You've got a bit of a british accent. I'm sure people have noticed. What's your background way to grow up in teddy. Come to australia low. I was born in london. I'm moved across to hong kong. One was one and a half my data job the university then on my mom's a lawyer in hong kong and i've lived in hong kong for most of my life i grew up there Went to school there. did did a bit of schooling in the uk and in the middle and then my parents wanted to emigrate to australia in that lacy is so i was sort of the the first wave. I got citizenship. I i did schooling here towards my later years and i've pretty much been in australia ever since say for two thousand six when was new zealand as i understand it like we didn't get it quite a lot of travel as a child as well Which might have had something to do with your interesting flying now yes. I've probably looked a lot of errands in the air. All over the world many many countries. Not as many as you though. I might add But i certainly been exposed to allen lounges and frequent flyer schemes from a young age and being in australia with no status and no qantas club access sort of spent me to purchase that first membership and take me down a different journey australia. Yeah and he d now.
Mother and daughter arrested over hundreds of fraudulent Homecoming Court votes
"Florida Elementary School administrator and her daughter are accused of rigging in high school homecoming court election. Florida Prosecutors in Pensacola accused Laura Rose Carol and her 17 year old daughter of rigging the vote. My accessing student accounts without authorization. In November, the S Cambria County school district contacted state investigators who say they found that Caroline, her daughter used Carol's district level access to cast hundreds of fraudulent votes. 50 year old woman was arrested Monday and booked into the county jail. Her daughter was arrested transferred to the county's juvenile detention center. Yeah.
"cambria" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast
"Is flatbush home. Sweet sort of watch. You think i think was. I think i ain't going to wind down. Was i'm thinking i'm thinking this is happening in fucking east new york or some shit having everywhere him everywhere. No not really. I'm the minimum. i'm in a. I'm in a peaceful quiet neighborhood or guy you know. We south windsor. No no Laurel south southeast queens. Okay what's that like on. What's the name that area the area year over there. That's that's that's law two year as area right. Yeah it's an area in front of all cambria heights. Not too far from saint albans. Not too far from rosedale and not too far from Nassau county long island. Okay all right which is which is along with mayor boulevard. I'm not too far from that. Gotcha so you close to the. We're not in the hood off the van. Which i used to live on a van wick as us. Living on saint albans was over here. Jamaica van wick or you're on one fifteenth. It wasn't in jamaica. It was insane orbits. Fill me but it was off. Awed van work on one hundred and fifteen forty no-doubt area van wick hundred fifteenth. Could van. wait. I know is is is is to is to actually this jamaica van wick and there's brian would van with boulevard off the parkway van wiggins razaleigh run Adjacent a van. So right off of the van with. Yeah but now what i said my bad. I interrupted you. Keep on now you're doing good though Yeah so i'll i raised.
"cambria" Discussed on KQED Radio
"This is fresh air. We're speaking with Russell Shorto, who's written several books of narrative history. His latest focuses on his grandfather, who was an organized crime boss in the industrial city of Johnstown, Pennsylvania. In the forties, fifties and sixties. The book is called small Time, a story of my family and the mob. So eventually your grandfather and his brother in law, put together this organization and expand gambling and have a big thing going in Johnstown by the end of the 19 forties. When you embarked upon the research You got your father to become a partner in this? I mean, there's this moment when you go toe, I guess the Cambria County Courthouse and get this file of the criminal filing your grandfather, grandfather, which is just huge. Um, Was it hard to get your father involved in this? The hard thing was me, not him. He had, he was turned out. He was willing. But I was reluctant initially, which is strange because he was my grandfather's eldest son, and I knew that he We have been affected by my grandfather's career more than anyone, but I just had this block because I knew You know, it's it's kind of a hard thing to get into it in a radio interview, which is why you write a book, but you know there was all this history between my father and me, and I guess I knew somehow that it was related to his relationship with his father. And because of that, it was hard for me to go there. But once I did, I said, Will you help me with this? He just said yeah, and then transformed the whole project because it was now the two of us. Undertaking toe trying to find this figure this murky figure who was my grandfather? Who? It was my namesake and my dad. You know, then took me around town. He would call up old guys so I'd never even heard of and say we're coming over and we'd sit down and you know here his whole story and his whole perspective on this, So it became this this This. You know this very some. I started out thinking I was writing history and it became something much more personal. Yeah. You talk to all these guys who were young then and are now old and you know, and nursing homes and the like. That was the story in your family about your father, who is a safaris You knew, you know, did not get involved in this organized crime in the story was that The rift between your father and his father. Your grandfather was because your dad didn't want to get into the rackets and that that was the source. Of the estrangement. You got into this and found out a different story, didn't you? Yeah. Somehow I had grown up with this story that My grandfather. The forbidding figure wanted his son to follow in his footsteps. And my father refused in as a child. I think I saw this. As you know, He's As valiant. You know, he's doing this for us. He's keeping his family protected. As I talked to more and more of the old guys, I would kind of repeated this and they looked at me like, what do you talking about? And you know, one of them said Are you kidding? Tony? My dad wanted nothing more than to get into it. So it turns out finally that I confronted my dad with us, and he admitted it And he said, And he admitted that in fact, he had desperately wanted to get into it. He would hang out at City Cigar, the center of the operation. And if his father caught him there, he would beat the crap out of him. And it's so you know, in this strange way. My grandfather. Who is this, you know, dark figure in my childhood. Ends up being kind of this hero who's trying to save his son from this life that he doesn't want him to have. And then what you learn about your dad when he's young is pretty remarkable, right? I mean, wearing suits when he's in the eighth grade because he wants to be a big shot. I mean, tell us a little bit more about What he did. My dad was the personality difference is striking. My grandfather was this quiet, shy, mumbly figure. And my dad, I think from from the get go. Was this bright, open, energetic guy and that energy. I think he just naturally. Put into Toward that business. He wanted to be part of it. He would go hang out there and he was trying to be a pool shark, and he was doing all that. But his father in his Inarticulate way knew somehow. This wasn't good for his son and didn't want him around. And so he would just, you know, beat him up on that set. You know what I kind of uncovered was This. Really, um sad, uh, inability to communicate between the two of them that that that that went through out there their lives, it colored their relationship. And it really had to do with that. I kind of think that if my grandfather had been able to say to him, look, I just want to protect you from this. That would have changed everything. But instead it is still this bitterness and my father toward his father. Um and my father then went on to become This small town entrepreneur, you know he had He had bars and he ran a disco at one point, and he was involved in real estate, and it was only late in the process of working on the book that I realized. He was trying to emulate his father. You know, he was trying to Get him to look at him and respect him on. He was doing it on their on the up and up and the in a legitimate way on his father had been doing the same thing involved in all these different businesses. But at this kind of murkier level So while your grandfather was running this gambling operation in Johnstown, and he was a big guy around town, hey, was also Had a lot of affairs. This is a complicated story, but I mean, there are two of them resulted in Illegitimate Children and given the mores of the day, you know there was no abortion was not readily available. These kids became integrated into the lives of these people in ways that was extremely painful for your grandmother. And just created just calamity. Was this stuff that you knew of growing up? Did you discover this as you did the research. Had some awareness, but I uncovered a lot as I did the research my great like, you know, my grandfather was kind of like I think he acted like a the hell. He was a medieval King or something. He did what he wanted, and he would decide. I mean, he had a, uh this woman had his child and she was actually the housekeeper who Cleaned his house and his partner's house, and he decided eventually you're not going to keep the baby, his partner and his wife. Were unable to have Children, so he decided the two men decided. They would do announced that this was their child whom they had adopted. And that's who raised the child. Hey, had another child with another woman. And this you know when I talk about having me having this Sense of darkness, which can came from my awareness of how the the older people in the family reacted to my grandfather. It's not so much about the mob per se. It's more about the fall out from his personality and his behavior. This kind of thing really kind of colored. And and I think to this day really, in a sense colors. Ah, lot of people in the family. We need to take a break here. Let me reintroduce you. We are speaking with Russell Short out. His new memoir is called small Time. A story of my family and the mob will continue our conversation in just a moment. This is fresh air..
"cambria" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Increase infection rates that far surpassed the state's reopening requirements. Well. Today, the California business and industrial Alliance Cambria ran a full page ad in the Washington D. C edition of USA Today condemning President Biden's expected decision to tap California Labor chief Julie Sue for the number two role at the Department of Labor. The ad asked viewers things like, Would you hire Julie Su? She oversaw massive failure of California's unemployment insurance system estimated 30 billion on her what fraud on her watch, including checks sent it to death row inmates. Well, I talked to Tom Manzo, president and founder of Cambria, who placed the ad. Well, I think we need to bring more awareness that you know. California's labor laws are not that great. They're not business friendly whatsoever. That's why so many people are leaving the state. That's why so many Businesses air going under and I think we really got to be careful on the administration side of things. I mean. If they start to pass some of the laws that are in California. Federally. I mean, it could be problematic for us as a nation. And why would you want somebody in that position that allowed this type of fraud and has Had this type of behavior over the years. I don't understand it. I know if I was running a company and I lost $30 billion, I probably would get fired. I wouldn't get a promotion to go work at a big company. Mansour says the problems with Sue predate the e D. D to buck you know that's on top of the misguided labor laws like the private Attorneys General Act Pocket, which continues to open struggling businesses up too costly, often. Was lawsuits. And the worry is is you will you know her plans are probably to import California policies to other places in the country, and the outcome could be you know, disastrous for employers and workers like Sues letter of recommendation was signed by a number of state and national groups, dozens of immigration and labor organizations led by the National Immigration Law Center, its label really has, you know back and supported her and I seen a couple of the other trade groups have kind of said Well, she's been good to work with him. Things like that. But You know for me? The reality is it's like big labor keeps calling the shots on all of these decisions on labor laws, and none of it is put into mind or task. What? What do some of the smaller employers really need? You know how How can they work within the confines of all these strict regulations? And I think it would be disastrous for her, too, to take on that role in a federal position. Again. That's Tom Manzo, the president and founder of the California Business and Industrial Alliance. We did reach out to the secretary the Labor secretary's office and received this response. The response from the Secretary California has had one in five of the unemployment claims in the nation. DVD was overwhelmed by the massive spike and claims in March, 2020 international and national crime rings took advantage of the situation. And while there has been significant fraud on federal unemployment benefits programs in California And across the country. A D. D also stopped up to 60 billion in fraud from being paid. California's Labor and Workforce Development Agency will continue to support the new E D D director to stop fraud and get unemployment benefits to deserving Californians and again that is from Julie Sues office that Labor and Workforce development agency It's 6 20 now and kfbk. Let's get some traffic.
"cambria" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"And other safety measures needed far exceeds they say with the grants will pay for Also concerned new variants of the virus will increase infection rates that far surpassed the state's reopening requirements. We're going in depth here today, the California business and industrial Alliance Cambria runs a full page ad in the Washington D. C edition of U. S. A today condemning President Biden's expected decision to tap California Labor chief Julie Sue for the number two role at the Department of Labor. The ad asked. Would you hire Sue and then says things like oversaw Massive failure of California's unemployment insurance system estimated $30 billion fraud on her watch, including checks sent to death row inmates. I talked with Tom Manzo. He's the president and founder of Cambria, who placed the ad. Well, I think we need to bring more awareness that you know. California's labor laws are not that great. They're not business friendly whatsoever. That's why so many people are leaving the state. That's why so many Businesses they're going under and I think we really got to be careful on the administration side of things. I mean. If they start to pass some of the laws that are in California. Federally, I mean, it could be problematic for us as a nation. And why would you want somebody in that position that allowed this type of fraud and has had this type of behavior over the years? I don't understand it. I know if I was running a company And I lost $30 billion. I probably would get fired. I wouldn't get a promotion to go work at a big company. Manzo says the problems was soup predate the DD tobacco. That's on top of the misguided labor laws like the Private Attorneys General Act Pocket, which continues Open struggling businesses up too costly, often frivolous lawsuits. And the worry is is you will you know her plans are probably to import California policies to other places in the country. And the outcome could be, you know, disastrous for employers and workers like we reached down to the Labor and workplace Agency and e. D. D, and they declined comment, But it is recognized that her letter of recommendation was signed by a number of state and national groups. Dozens of immigration and labor organizations led by the National Immigration Law Center, really As you know, back and supported her and I seen a couple of the other trade groups of kind of said Well, she's been good to work with him. Things like that. But You know for me? The reality is it's like big labor keeps calling the shots on all of these decisions on labor laws, and none of it is put into mind or task. What? What do some of the smaller employers really need? You know how How can they work within the confines of all these strict regulations? And I think it would be disastrous for her, too, to take on that role in a federal position. That's Tom Manzo again president and founder of the California Business and Industrial Alliance. It's 4 58 kpk traffic.
"cambria" Discussed on The Dictionary
"Hello word nerds a welcome to the dictionary. Thank you for turning on this podcast. And i hope you enjoy what i have to say to you today. The first word is cambria. Mm-hmm cap no. No it's a lower case e. c. a. m. b. i use 'em camby 'em at the that's what i meant to say. Camby 'em noun from sixteen seventy one a thin formative layer between the xilin and flew him of most vascular. Plants that gives rise to new cells and is responsible for secondary. Growth silom is x. y. l. e. m. and floor is p. h. l. e. m. and this is from medieval latin It means exchange from latin come come beret which means to exchange and there's more at the word change It will in cambil is an adjective next. We have a cambodian with a capital. C noun from seventeen seventy one a native or inhabitant of cambodia. Two is the number to definition for the word. Don't know how to pronounce this one. I'm just going to say kamera. And it is spelled. K. h. m. e. r. and then cambodian is also an adjective. It's a very simple as just a native word. Habitant of cambodia. But i don't know what this compare is next. We have cambrian could also say Cambrian capital c. a. m. b. r. I a. n. Adjective from sixteen o. Four one synonym is welsh to of relating to or being the earliest geological period of the paleozoic era or the corresponding system of rocks marked by fossil's of nearly every major invertebrate animal group. And then it says to see the geologic time table. I didn't know we had in the book. There was a geologic timetable. That's good to know. So i can teach you some of that stuff Cambrian or is also noun so this is from a cambria cambria with wales From m w what is m. w. m. w. is middle welsh middle welsh. I should have been able to figure that out It is from middle welsh Kim re c. y..
Coronavirus: Australia sends 1,000 army personnel to Victoria to fight outbreak
"We Begin Today's program in Australia which is preparing to deploy its army to help deal with the surging corona virus cases in the state of Victoria public health workers are knocking on the doors of thousands of homes, offering free tests. One regional health minister has warned his residents don't go to Melbourne well, let's get the very latest now with Karen Middleton. WHO's a Saturday? Papers chief political correspondent in Cambria Carrot, welcome back to monocle twenty four. Could you just bring up to date, please? Yes. Indeed, we've been down. Congratulating ourselves a bit here in Australia that we've been doing well with reducing the infection rod across the country, and all of a sudden in the state of Victoria capital of which is Melbourne as you mentioned. They have seen a reversal of that for the past nine days. They've had double digit infection rates now of course, compared to the rest of the world, and particularly some hot spots around the world. That's very very small, but we all know that the virus stopped small and spreads fast and so double digit infection rights can quickly guard glory to more than that, and in fact yesterday they. announced they had seventeen new infections and today is struggling time that that number is thirty three new infections, so you can see these exponentially growing again, and that's going in the wrong direction as far as the government is concerned, so there's now an all out effort to try and taste the people in the hot spots around Melbourne. which is in the northwest of the city, and in the southeast of the city to try and find out how this is spreading, and to stop it as quickly as possible. You said they sort of all out attempt. It seems to be very rapid and very thorough people knocking on doors and the army being boughten. Yes, that's right I. mean the testing regime is more intense than it was at the beginning of the pandemic, because here in Australia, just like everywhere else the capacity petition as much more now than it was early on when the whole country with on higher alert, so these inability should test more people now that it will include people who aren't showing any symptoms any respiratory symptoms. Symptoms that might indicate covid nineteen, so they really trying to get as many people tested in those hotspot areas as possible. They're recommending that people don't move around the city and Dart Melbourne. If I particularly come from those areas people in other parts of the country, being urged not to go to heaven, so we we do have a slot pariah situation for one stage, but. The attempt is to try, and really could title that infection and as you say. The army is being holding interestingly tonight. The request for the army that came from the state government has been scaled down somewhat. It's evening here in Australia and earlier today, the premier of Victoria had for about a thousand troops to come to help with. Tasting and transport and other areas like monitoring hotel biased quarantaine. He's now scowled down that request to any about one hundred and fifty from one thousand, so to be unclear, exactly how many will do, and whether there will be involved in the knocking on doors, and the army has been doing that in other parts of Australia. Pandemic and date was called out to help with the bushfire crisis earlier in the year two, so the first time, the army's beat out, but it does indicate that these some urgent situation. How much faith is that in the authorities to do the right thing and act promptly, because it's always a question of trust, isn't it between the Guardians of the station, those who live in it. Yes I think there's a considerable degree of confidence here. Because a strategy has will seem fiction, writes the rest of the country with the exception of Sydney which still has. Reasonable numbers of infections compared to the rest of the country and the rest of have have next to no new infections right across Australia and I think that's a combination of the swift actions of the government, and also the response of the people who were willing to keep themselves in tain and Steinheim and wash their hands and do all the things that were asked to do and that has. Managed to keep the infection rate in check so I think people do trust the government. Unfortunately, though in some parts of the country, and clearly in these parts of Melbourne Win, the restrictions were eased a little bit. There were some people who didn't observe social distancing requirements anymore. The government in Victoria saying it was largely attributable to be family groups that were meeting and catching up. At the time the restrictions were lifted in PAPP's not staying as far as they were required to so. The now, GONNA enough. Ice With this new infection at the hubbing doesn't turn into a full blind second wife.
'There's No Good Dust': What Happens After Quartz Countertops Leave The Factory
"We're talking about Quartz countertops cutting them create silica dust that causes silicosis but the danger really starts in the the process of making those countertops. So how are they actually made all right. So Granite countertops. That's natural stone. That also contains silica but a lot less quartz countertops have a ton of it because of how they're made whether it's silence stone or Caesar Stone or any other brands they basically all get created the same way so this company called Cambria invited me to its manufacturing plant in Minnesota. And when you walk in over the entrance it says through these doors walked the finest countertop makers in the world how we doing the CEO. There is Mardi Davis and he showed showed me the entire factory. IT TURNS OUT ABOUT THIRTY THOUSAND SLABS OF QUARTZ countertop material every month well that means every day twenty to thirty trucks unload these huge white sacks full of courts I mean everything from like powdery snub to like little tiny pebbles so boat. Thirty thirty million pounds a coach a month. She'll but a million pounds a day a million pounds of course today. So we haven't moved into the actual. Cutting phase of the countertops. Yeah this is just the manufacturing but obviously dust is involved in this too right because they're using this stuff to make the the materials and so Martin told me. His factory has millions of dollars worth of air handling systems to control dust. There's no good dust zero so this dust is silica does tell me what silica okay is. Exactly we'll silica is what makes up most of the Earth's crust you know it's like rocks in courts courts is just a form of Silica. And what's worrisome. In terms of health else are tiny microscopic bits of silica that can be inhaled deep into the lungs. So and Maurice Factory we had to put on these white disposable respirators there's and you're up signs warning of Silica and then you go into this huge room filled with big mixers that's where the courts gets combined with pigments and binder. That makes it all kind of stick Dick together and it gets spread out onto a giant baking sheet. Then it goes through this machine that kind of vibrates and Simpson and the result is a compressed slab that sort sort of soft Hampton project. Feel how it is right now. It feels like cookie dough. Yeah that's exactly what. So when it gets heated the slap hardens and then it cools calls down and they Polish it up and we walk past rows and rows of these things these big colorful slabs. And they're all ready to be sent out to countertop makers which will cut them to fit customers kitchens and potentially generate dust so my question to mark Davis was this what responsibility doesn't manufacturer like him have breath for making sure that people cut all this material safely. You know How do you how do you police? your customers I. So he's he's kind of saying like bare making it but they can't really force countertop makers to cut it safely yeah he says they have thousands of customers. It's GONNA thousands of shops but something about this that I was surprised by now is that Silica and silicosis and the danger of working with the stuff is not a new thing. No it's like one of the oldest known own occupational hazards so like stonecutters and stuff throughout history have been known to get lung disease and there have been regulations and guidance on the books for decades. I mean there was this movie made in the Nineteen Thirties called stopped silicosis and basically people of known for a long time that anytime you cut through rock or demolish brick or concrete you can be exposed to silica dust. A wave of sweeping the country. Southern Coast was taking its toll from the ranks of American workers clause of the disease the results of the disease. This ableman ougherty that okay. So I'm listening to this old Timey silicosis tape. It seems like this has been around for a long in time. Why are we suddenly hearing about it in the countertop industry so that's an interesting question Public Health workers believe it could be because this courts is this sort of composite stone. which has this higher silica content? You know about twice as much silica as natural granite has really taken off in the last decade and become more and more popular. Can I just say I watch. TV and they're constantly pushing courts there like it's less expensive. It's just as strong but I'm telling you when I heard the story I was like Whoa. I have heard this over and over again. There's a lot of people working in this industry. Now you know. There's an estimated one hundred thousand people in the United States working in the countertop industry and the concern is that look you know these people are now cutting through material that has really really high silica content and they are quickly coming down with severe disease disease. He's I should add. That is entirely preventable. Right I mean you just control the dust and people do not get silicosis and you can find countertop businesses out there there that are doing things the right way so for example. I visited Capitol Granite near Richmond. Virginia and Paul Manager is the owner and he showed me around and we watch these big computer controlled machines cutting through slabs and as they did they were dumping up to thirty five gallons of water. A minute on the blade keep down the dust and we do not do any dry work whatsoever. that's the only way that you can eliminate any risk affiliated with With silicosis as usual so you know you look around his business and machine operators and folks doing touch shops with hand held tools. I mean they were not wearing masks or respirators and that's because is he knows the air in there is okay. He had the occupational safety and Health Administration come in and do tests but he told me. There's a lot of shops and you know outlets especially especially smaller operations that the occupational safety and Health Administration Osha never gets to and the stone. Cutting industry is basically unlicensed. It's not like plumbing or electrical or H FAC or any of the other trades. Where whereby there seems to be a standard or an international code okay so without these regulations there are people that are cutting these countertops? Don't have all this advanced equipment for their employees who just cut it kind of dry in the US gets everywhere and it's really dangerous. Exactly Lake the experience of one of the workers we heard from earlier on so he's from Washington state and he spent about four years. Cutting heading countertops. He told me that they did a lot of courts with equal. Yes Tom and company at when the Dow almost any AMMO in the company where we worked that we cut a lot. We had a lot of production. Shen US work there. We got about thirty to forty a day is a lien. He says he wore simple face mask that didn't provide enough protection and that no no one told him about silica or the danger so in two thousand sixteen he got this bad cough. That just wouldn't go away. And when he went to the doctor he insisted on tests to check his lungs even though the doctor was like. Oh you don't really need these one lawyer. Lisa loss loss exogenous when he did the test. Your doctor almost cried. He says I'm sorry you're right in your lungs very damaged. So he's thirty eight years old. He's got a wife and three kids and he's exhausted just walking from his house to his car. I mean he can't even carry groceries. Groceries was already. This puzzle is still after this happened. They made lots of changes in the company. They don't cut like they used to all the machines and the machines do most of the work. Okay so now what needs to change for this to basically stop happening. So that is the question A lot of people point to Osha the safety agency the Workplace Safety Agency at the Department of Labor and they say it needs to do more workplace inspections and enforcement but you know that agency is a pretty limited budget. It's in charge of like all workplaces all over the country not just countertop makers now you know workers can always make complaints like inspectors will go in if workers workers make complaints but you may have noticed that it seems to be mainly affecting Hispanic or Latino workers sure and you know there's concerns that there may be language anguish differences if there's any issues with Documentation of you know immigration status. Right right. They may not want to speak up. Because you you could imagine that there are more people out there that just haven't been found that's right so you know how to get the word out and how to You know really understand. Stand the extent of the problem. Here is really uncertain right now. Is there anything that you as a consumer can do to kind of. Try to make sure that you're getting a countertop from a place that doesn't do just you know like dry cutting only I mean I think just being aware that this is a potential issue and just having it in the back of your mind as something then you can ask about like a lot of times. People are only interested in like price per square foot. Sure right these are not cheap. countertop right right you have. Choices is about who produces these things for you and it's worth asking some questions about like exactly what their processes are and how they know that they're doing it safely.
A Pennsylvania pediatrician faces dozens of child molestation charges after police say more victims have come forward
"Ever. Burn in California one hundred fifty square miles an area, the size of Denver scorched Almost a thousand, buildings destroyed thirty eight thousand people forced to flee their. Homes and six lives, lost so far among them to firefighters one person who refused to evacuate and three, members of, a family who were getting ready to flee. The flames police in Johnstown Pennsylvania alleged dozens of children were molested by their pediatrician and in some cases this molestation took place as. Their parents were in, the same room on aware. Pediatrician Johnny Wilson Bartow of Johnstown faces sixty nine counts molestation charging documents filed Monday by the attorney. General's office alleged bardo fondled the. Genitals of, boys and girls often under the guise of treatment and in some cases trawling complaints from their parents the seventy year old bardo. Had his license to practice medicine suspended after his. First arrest in January he's currently in, Cambria county prison his, lawyer Has not commented on the charges I'm Kerry shoemaker more American signing contracts to buy homes in June the, volume of, pending sales has stalled, over the past year by about two and a half percent. Due to a mix of rising prices higher mortgage rates and just a lack of homes for sale the. National association of realtors says there was a little bit of a turnaround in June the group's pending home sales index rose by, point nine percent in fact pending sales increased and all. Four geographic regions the, northeast midwest south and west but pending sales have also tumbled off four regions over, the past, year especially in the north east and west..