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The Biden Administration Has Launched Its War on Pro-Lifers
"I also was reading an article this morning over at the Washington examiner about how Republican chances in 2022 in the midterms are much better than a number of polls are suggesting it seems that that is pretty likely considering the boneheaded moves the Democrats keep making some 42 days before the midterms. Tim Carney over at the Washington examiner writes about the FBI's arrest of a pro life activist at his home in Pennsylvania over a 2021 scuffle with a Planned Parenthood activist. And the headline in the Washington examiner says it all. The Biden administration has launched its war on pro lifers. It's clear the Biden Merrick Garland's Justice Department under Joe Biden has declared war on the pro life movement with the arrest of Mark hauk.
Scott Carney Recounts the 1970 Cyclone That Killed 500,000 in Pakistan
"Let's tell me about the cyclone itself. How big was it and what was it like for survivors to live through it? Sure. So this was a sort of warm water fed cyclone that came up through the bay of Bengal in an area that had traditionally been hit by many, many cyclones before, including ones that had killed hundreds of thousands of people. And imagine it's about the size of Texas and the first thing that happens that sinks in Indian freighter, which gives notice to the Indian government that they know a big storm is coming, but we are just on the cusp of satellite imagery where it starts starting to get good. We have the very first television quality broadcast coming down to earth. And the systems are not yet developed to really send warnings out correctly to these populations. And although it is not the strongest storm of the season. It's not a category 5. It's a category four. It happens to hit during a full moon at high tide. And when you think about the country of East Pakistan, what is now Bangladesh, it's a place that, you know, a lot of the landmass along the coast is barely a meter above sea level. And when that storm hits, at about 11 at night, when it starts coming in, you know, people are getting ready for bed. They hear these sort of confusing storm warnings. And the surge goes up to about 20 feet. And we have this person named Muhammad hi, who we found who survived the store. And he's, you know, at first they just, they hear the warnings and they hear their cows and their livestock, getting upset outside. And the water starts creeping into their house and they're like, oh my God, this is really bad. We should have sought higher ground if we could. But by then it's too late. The water fills the first floor of his house. It fills the second floor of his house. And he has to jump to the roof of the building with his I think about 20 family members with him, and they're all screaming. They don't know what's going on. They don't know when it's going to abate, and they're praying to God that it will be all right. And Muhammad Hai realizes that his only chance is to jump to a palm tree about 5 feet away from his house. And he does it. And climbs to the top and holds on in a 140 mile an hour winds, and he calls to his family, so you guys need to jump too. You guys need to jump too. And he just calls out into the night and no one else jumps. And he hates on for about 8 hours in this sort of swaying palm tree. And the next morning he finds his entire family dead. He buries a hundred people in his yard the next day, and his island of 50,000 people has a 90% fatality rate, where everyone is dead and the storm actually kills a half a million people in East Pakistan at that time.
"carney" Discussed on Switched On
"The rest of the G 7 and G 20. The pushback it seems that spin on the SEC rule, and there's been different types. But one of them has been that, you know, we have something called the Environmental Protection Agency. And that's their job is to worry about CO2 emissions. Not the SEC's job. So I wonder your take on that. Well, that's not, I mean, that's nonsense. Absolute nonsense. This is disclosure for financial institutions. Financial institutions want this information so that they can manage risks, cease opportunities, differentiate between companies that have a strategy to address these issues and companies that don't, and if the company doesn't, then of course, the lender, the investor in them, they want to make a judgment of whether management has made the right call. And you need disclosure in order to make those judgments, you don't make it on an inference and corporate disclosure. That's like saying the telecom regulator at the FCC should regulate a corporate disclosure for all the tech companies and telephone companies. No, the SEC's job is material corporate disclosure. It's a job that constantly involves what is material evolves as the U.S. economy of laws and its climate comes in climate management and transition and the energy security issues come center stage. You know, the system has been lacking comprehensive comparable disclosure in the SEC is rightly moved to address this. And you rightly point out that a number of companies have embraced this, but certainly many others have not. This is require essentially a cultural change and a number of corporations to assuming this rule does go into effect, which it looks like it's in line to do. First off, if the company doesn't see this as a major issue, their view is that both the physical risks from climate change, the regulatory risks around it, the competitiveness issues around having a high carbon footprint or a higher carbon footprint relative to other companies in their industry. If they don't think that that's important, that they disclose that. And they expose it in a way. And then investors and lenders make the judgment. That's the way the capital markets work. I think you've flipped this around though, which is, what do the investors and the lenders want? And that's this information. I have the honor with Mike Bloomberg of co chair and G fence. It's a 130 trillion. Of assets in that, as you know, and included in that or all the major U.S. banks, the two largest U.S. investors, in fact, global investors in BlackRock and Vanguard, both of whom supporters have for this type of disclosure from the start. And I could give you many, many examples. And they need that information in a consistent way across companies to make the judgments of how to discharge ultimately their fiduciary duties to Americans whose money they're managing. Well, listen, thank you so much for taking the time to chat. I'm sure it's a busy week. I know what the meetings are taking place in Washington and really welcome your perspective on all these issues. We covered a lot of ground in exactly 20 minutes. So thank you so much for your time. Really appreciate it. Thanks very much..
"carney" Discussed on Switched On
"Leadership with huge additions to leadership with Mike Bloomberg as co chair and Mary Shapiro is vice chair and all their expertise and energy that they brought. And we're in the process of expanding its global footprint and watch this space over the course of next few months for more announcements on that. But at the core of what we've been doing, obviously securing members and having their core net zero commitments, what we've been doing is having hundreds of people from those member firms working on a series of initiatives around what is best practice for implementing net zero commitments. So net zero implementation plans for financial institutions that consistent standard across financial institutions, a draft consultation on that will come out in the next 6 weeks. How do we bring consensus around sectoral pathways? So the pathways towards net zero in key high emitting sectors, whether it's steel, transportation, oil and gas and others. What is best practice for company net zero plants? In other words, what is the financial institution? The financial industry expect from companies for decision useful information. So that we can get capital to go to where the emissions are and get those missions down. Again, a consultation will come out in that in the course of the next two months. And in very important two other elements of that in a stop here, after these Ethan, working on the approach to managing the phase out of stranded assets, we need a responsible and transparent framework to do that. So that the so called industries that are high emitting, energy sources that are causing climate change. Those can be responsibly managed down and truly be part of the transition, and then the last thing I really want to underscore because it's critical is a tremendous amount of work is being done to help mobilize capital at scale to the emerging and developing world where most of the emissions are today and where the challenges for a just transition, a secure sustainable energy transition are the greatest. So thanks for that. Overview, that's very helpful. I was intrigued when G fans got one of the major announcements around G fans was at Glasgow, of course. And the discussion of a $130 trillion of total assets among all this 450 institutions that are involved. And yet, surprisingly, to me somewhat the initiative has generated some pushback and some complaints from environmental groups that not all the commitments are sort of ironclad, not all the organizations have made the same level of commitments. How would you respond to some of the criticism that the initiatives received in that regard? Well, look, the first thing is we welcome welcome to scrutiny and welcome the high expectations. The world has been on track for a climate catastrophe. The world has been government policy company investment and financial institutions have been funding the world that was headed towards 3°. Now, we've started to turn with the ambitions at Glasgow by countries in the Glasgow climate pact and now covering 90% of global emissions with net zero objectives. We're starting to turn with leaders in industry with their initiatives and the core of the financial system that number a 130 trillion is 40% of global financial assets, as you know. And those assets turn over and the key is as those assets turn over as loans mature as investment decisions are made that all of those decisions take climate change and the net zero transition into account, but they do so transparent. And so that all stakeholders can judge and see who is funding the solutions and who is still part of the problem. Now, just by adjoining G fans, making the commitments committing to the transparency. Remember, there will be annual reporting of all G fens members of their emissions of their portfolio companies. Scope one scope two and scope three emissions where material. And one thing finance can do is count. And we'll be able to see, as I say, who's part of that solution and all of that work I mentioned in the ants in response to your first question is to bring in a disciplined rigorous consistent approach to implementing those commitments. So thanks for that clarification and certainly look forward to the counting the disclosure. I think the scope three strikes me as the real challenge in many of these cases. Since I've got you, we're going to shift topics a little bit and want to get your view on the macroeconomic picture within the context of energy, of course, as well. I mean, one of the things we've talked a lot about has been how much the entire macroeconomic situation has changed. So dramatically in the last two months, due to the conflict in Ukraine. We just wanted to get your thoughts on really, how does the energy transition fit within the current picture? The reaction we've seen from Washington has been to release more oil from the strategic petroleum reserve. Loose and standards around ethanol temporarily. And now there's also going to be additional drilling. Do you think these are the appropriate responses and how does this fit within a grander challenge that we have now of addressing climate change? Well, let me go to the grander challenge since we're talking macro and within that the energy transition. I think the first thing to say is that the horrible events and that Russia's horrific invasion of Ukraine has added an additional layer and additional challenge. But the macro environment was shifting before that. We're moving to a world of quite significant supply constraints, supply adjustments. These were much broader than short term. Part of that has to do with the nature of global integration and the reversal of many elements of that. Of course, that has been reinforced by recent events. It also has to do with the energy transition. And I think the way I'd look at the specifics of the energy transition, the consequence of Russia's invasion and the reaction to it, I divided into the near term medium and longer term. In the near term, it's not good news for the energy transition. It's not good news for our climate objectives. There will be more emissions as a consequence of this war as a consequence of a short term scramble for energy, energy sources that are available readily available now. I think is a fact. And climate physics that doesn't ask why carbon is being put in the atmosphere, it just subtracts it from the carbon budget. So it makes our challenge more difficult. That's the first point in the second, is that the response to it, the medium term response for material shifts in energy mixes in countries. It takes three to 5 years to really move the needle. And with that horizon, the judgment about which energy sources to develop, which to accelerate which to use as bridges, clean energy, performs exceptionally well with relative to conventional energy. There will be a need for additional fossil fuels that I'll come back to that. But to be clear, clean energy, it's not just sustainable, or cost effective. It's also secure once it's built, no one owns the sun and the wind, and hydrogen is literally everywhere if you're producing green hydrogen. So you see this tripling of ambition in Europe in the UK, the ambition in Canada's emission reduction plan that was put out two weeks ago. And I think we'll see more of that because the raw economics, the realities of energy security overlap exceptionally well with the needs of sustainability. Now, the medium and longer term point about bridging. What is also required from this and the dictates of energy security will mean that there will be in my judgment more stranded assets. I mean, we all are familiar with the geological drivers of the stranded assets, geology of meets climate physics, but what I mean is that there will be more energy sources developed that are for purposes of energy security. They will make other energy sources redundant in the fullness of time. If we are going to hold to our climate objectives, that changes the economics of those new developments, again, and it reinforces the drive on clean energy. So challenges in the short term, we need to be disciplined about what we do in the longer term. And to loop it back into G fence, we need a financial sector, which is laser focused on the transition, and that can responsibly finance those investments, particularly in the emerging and developing world that are necessary to get us through this period well accelerating the investment in clean energy. Now for a very short break, stay with us. There are places that ask more of you, moments that test you, situations that reveal you, but for those up to the task the rewards are extraordinary. The all new Lexus LX 600 is built to be ready for any arena. Its legendary capability, maximized with a more powerful twin turbo engine and full-time four wheel drive. Its sleek new silhouette, a fearless statement inspired by the most demanding consumers on the road. It's the most advanced LX ever, with more than 19 inches of touch screen access in a completely reimagined cabin. The LX is available for the first time with F sport handling and exclusive 22 inch wheels. 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But you know, Europe is staring at a winter coming next year where they either they'll attempt to completely wean themselves off of Russia or simply dramatically reduce that reliance. How do those timelines sync up that seems like a real fundamental challenge? It is a fundamental challenge and that Europe is doing its best to bridge. Partly through a spot gas wherever they can find it, partly through very high emitting sources, by reference to coal, partly through a potentially demand management, which is part of their plan, some near term acceleration on the clean energy, but it's limited in that a time horizon. So are there a big challenges that one element, as you know, that has not been put on the table, it has been the restarting of nuclear facilities, which could play a role here, but yes, it is a challenge that is one of the reasons I said in the short term that this is not positive new. I mean, clearly it's not in any stretch of the imagination. Starting with the humanitarian, but from a climate perspective, it will use up more of the carbon budget. Yeah, it does strike me that it requires policymakers to take both a short term and long term view simultaneously. Which is always the best thing. Yeah, can I just reemphasize this point though Ethan? Because whether you're building a new LNG train, whether you're accelerating hydrogen, whether you're building major offshore wind, whether you have nuclear as part of your consideration. These are the time horizons, three, 5 years, and look at the economics of that as a policy maker. Look at the overlap between energy security and sustainability, which is virtually total once that these facilities are built. And this is a horrible situation to be in, but it concentrates the mind and I'll just underscore it, particularly for Europe, the finance is there. We've got huge balance sheets looking for these transition investments. And we've seen what I want to give credit to the European Union and the member states. Thus far, the response has been ambitious, a more needs to be done, but it's headed in the right direction. Thanks for that. Can we world shift gears for just for one last segment of questions here? You're in Washington, of course. The securities exchange commission the other day issued a fairly comprehensive bit of rulemaking around requiring companies to disclose their CO2 emission profiles. And the risks their climate risks essentially first, my understanding is to some degree this is based on the task force for climate disclosure, framework, which you worked on as well as Mary Shapiro and others. So congratulations on that. But second, we're in the comment period officially for that for that rule. I would like your comment. What do you think of that? Well, look, it's hugely welcomed that the SEC has done this. It is a and they put out this proposed standard after a very comprehensive and detailed analysis. They've had the benefit of learning from the experience of the TCFD, which you referenced, learning from what's been done in other jurisdictions, responding to very, very significant demand from investors in the United States, financial institutions in the United States. Many of whom disclose on the basis of the TCFD, but what they really want is this disclosure from the companies in which they invest and to which they lend. You know, there's $28 trillion of balance sheet that supports the TCFD, the SEC has taken it to another level in terms of the quality and the rigor and key word that I think they really live by is decision useful. What they're putting in the standard is what investors want. And it's not just about what they want to manage the risks, although those risks are pretty significant. But it's to seize the opportunities that come with the transition, recognizing that this is a top strategic priority for most companies in America. Most companies around the world, which is to get their emissions down and be carbon competitive and events of the last two months have only reinforced that. So very much welcome it. Last point I'd make is that the SEC will showing leadership is being joined with a difference a different version of a similar objective through something called the ISS V, which will cover ultimately over a 130 countries other than the United States, including.
Breitbart: Durable Goods Inflation Breaks All-Time 1970s High as Prices Jump 14.9%
"Adorable goods inflation breaks all time 1970s high as prices jump 14.9% over breitbart John Carney But it's okay because mister squinty eyes listen I am doing the very best I can doctor Jill over here she checks me out Every now and then I think I'm doing okay I mean wait a minute that's my that's my sister While the overall pace of inflation reached a nearly four decade high November inflation for longer lasting goods actually hit an all time high to hear this today Price of durable goods jumped 1.6% in one month only in November compared with the prior month That's from the Labor Department That would be an all time record apart from the extraordinary high monthly price hikes seen in April May and June of this year Over the last 12 months prices of durable goods are up 14.9% higher than the record annual gain of 14.4% in May of 1975
"carney" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Meetings were dominated of course by heads of state this week But a lot of the big news came out of the financial sector and a huge effort if the financial industry to really support the goals of zero emissions Those efforts were led by Mark Carney the former governor of the Bank of England He's now vice chair of Brookfield asset management and as important a special envoy in the United Nations So welcome now mark Carney to Wall Street Thank you so much for being with us today Start with exactly how the world changed because of those huge initiatives I understand you have 450 institutions something like a $130 trillion in assets represented But if I work at one of those institutions an asset management firm or a bank how are the decisions I make today different from the ones I made yesterday Well first off David thank you for having me on You know love the show you're an absolute institution and I'm going to take it if you will from a Wall Street perspective because in full credit to the biggest firms on Wall Street largest banks global banks largest asset managers others who are part of this initiative there's an acronym that comes with everything It's called G fans but they bring a lot of that a $130 trillion And what is going to mean for people working there in a number of them are already doing this but it's going to go across the organization is they're going to look when they're making a loan or they're making an investment they're buying a bond even trading a derivative They're going to start taking into account the underlying credit the underlying company where is it on the transition towards net zero Because after all what the objective of a 195 countries is to get to net zero That's your greenhouse gas emissions And so this is going to become a competitive advantage for companies that are moving faster towards that companies that are part of a solution And it's going to be a challenge for those companies who have it So this lens on climate and climate competitiveness if you will is going to be applied across virtually all assets And that's going to be part of the skill set of the individuals who are making those portfolio decisions So you know this industry is so terribly well Distinguish if you would defense from offense And this is what I mean by that It's one thing to say if I'm working for a bank or an asset management firm I'm going to really shy away from some of the fossil fuel companies I understand that I'll call that defense moment But does this encourage companies to go on the offense For example to invest in green steel Look David absolutely And that's the big shift here I think that we've been aware of the risks around climate and the most obvious ones are when New York gets hit by extreme weather event and there's big property losses or supply chains or disrupted by another event on the other side of the world And we have those effects and we have to manage those But there are huge huge opportunities in being part of the solution And so the offense here is very very broad It of course it includes and in my professional life I do a lot of this at Brookfield one of the largest renewable producers in the world It includes building out when solar hydro eventually hydrogen and other technologies that produce electricity with no emissions and are part of very much central to our future But almost as interesting and really more valuable is going to companies that have high emissions today you rightly mention the steel industry or the auto industry or the cement industry the building industry commercial real estate others And helping them get emissions down Now it takes a lot of capital in order to do that but it's going to pay off in terms of a huge amount of value And so on the range of solutions and investment opportunities here you have technologies that are just going to take existing activities of whether it's HVAC ventilation cooling in buildings or grid optimization for electricity grid and just get the emissions down from existing plant Next to that is putting it in place new technologies new investment that itself gets missions much more dramatically down And then farther out the risk spectrum are those technologies that will very much part of our I referenced green hydrogen a moment ago and that would be a classic example The more extreme breakthrough technologies I've put it in the venture capital cap are technologies around for example direct air capture a sustainable aviation fuels So the whole range of the investment spectrum is available And look your question is very on point This is much much more about offense It's much much more about getting capital to solution And candidly that's why we need like a $130 trillion to be focused on addressing this issue If I can make one other point David to put this in context look there's a lot of estimates of how much is going to cost to move the world to where it needs to get to But they center around somewhere in that $100 trillion rain 30 years It's a big big number It's a big increase in investment But it's dual And that's one of the messages that's coming at a Glasgow I mean in many respects it's a watershed Wall Street and the global financial sector has stood up and said look we'll put capital behind these solutions And one of the reasons again why they're doing it They want to be part of solutions They want to help their clients but they see a lot of offensive opportunities and only more to come in the future So Mark as you say this is a program for global Wall Street and for investors in particular So speak to those investors did you describe this what we're calling offense investing in things like green steel And the like Do investors have to get used to lower returns as a practical matter No I don't.
The Fear Mongering Seen Today by Biden and the Media Over COVID
"With Fox and I went on a network and I'm going to say where. But I remember doing a segment on He bother Ebola virus. Remember Ebola when we had a case that was in Texas, right, Jim that the Ebola case was, Yeah, I was in Texas. And I specifically remember one of the bookers at the network saying, Hey, listen, You know it was if I needed to be told this, but they were like, you know, let's stay calm. Let's see if I was going to go on the air. Everyone's gonna die like I don't do. That's not my bag of donuts, you know? But I remember that that was, but they even scolded and chastised Joe Biden when Joe Biden remember was at the outbreak of Was it H one n one. Or remember that where Joe Biden went and said, Don't fly on planes. It's recycled there And then, Um, Obama's press secretary, Jay Carney, comes out here. Then they actually made him look like it is there like, please don't listen to the vice president. He's a moron, all right. They didn't say that. Exactly. But trust me, that's exactly what they were saying. No, I'm serious. I know this is hard to digest now, because you're like, Wait. Now it's completely different. Biden and everybody else Where a mask. Fauci panic all the time. The media we gotta panic. Everybody is dying, right? You can't even remember a time with Ebola and H one n one and even HIV back in the eighties, I was alive for that. So it's Jim. So it was Mike. I remember that was a virus with a 100% fatality rate back then. One of everybody who got it essentially died. Coronavirus for healthy young people has like a 1 to 2% tops for younger folks. Fatality rate HIV had a 100% fatality rate. And in the beginning, nobody knew how it was spread. It took a while for them to figure it out. It was sexually transmitted And folks even back then the panic wasn't like it is now. Think about that at 100% fatality rate. I remember
Why ARiMA Is Not Sufficient
"Name is chung show carney associated professor and the southwest johnson university in trump province in china. And can you tell me a little bit about your specific research areas. What do you study my research areas. Congress daytime my machine learning and data analytics gender most specifically focused on forecasting demand focusing in retail and time series focused sich of sees. So the main pay for. I asked you on to discuss. Today is wire arena and serena or s arema not sufficient. You'd mentioned you have a good background in machine learning. I don't necessarily think of a reema as a machine learning technique. How do these two areas fit together in your mind. Actually because the site focused teams all problems and can be served by machinery and when the approached this focusing problem with fines and attorney time service models are very important solutions to forecast team problems. Other side focused is very important in today's areas because you're low many many data so always Focused in problem. We find penser is very important and we also find iron man. Sarah map and armagh. Those are very classic. Run divided news time service motives and when we do couldn't this i remind saruman model. We're fans than actually the classical extre nation or classical. Modern for iran. serena is northern sufficient sarichichekli. Either way actually approach. I remember sarim from elisa angle which is spectral lenzi's digital delivery and in your system theory so we use elisa angle to do countries a romance. I remember motive defines onto loads dench a sufficient from the rich porno view. So this is the whole ground
Apparently, If You're Unvaccinated, You WILL Get Sick
"I think dr voucher held a briefing over the weekend that the virus does not touch sophisticated. Democrats the virus only gets floridians. The ruben that like ron disentis. That's been the virus touches. Actually said that on cnn. I know that'll shock you. That it was cnn or new york times reporter her name. Is annie something. But i think her name to be karen karen carney. We're going to call. her name. is annie kearney. She's a reporter. She's actually the white house correspondent. She's a very big deal at the new york times and she did some reporting. She's he didn't some journalism journalism along. Martha's vineyard you see because it seems a little strange. I want to ask my progressive friends. You're so worried about masks and mandates and forcing teachers to get vaccinated hired somebody on the radio this morning. Driving into work say well of course the teachers need to be vaccinated if they don't get vaccinated they're going to get sick with cova so now we're being told that if you're unvaccinated you will get sick. You will get sick. It's a foregone conclusion. I didn't know that that was news to me. I guess that was more important. Non misinformation non-vaccinated teachers are going to get covert unless perhaps your sophisticated.
Nick Cannon Defends Having 4 Babies in 1 Year: "No Accident!"
"Cannon says his seven kids are no accident and he totally meant to have four babies this year. So that's normal. Justin is out enjoying his vacation. But thankfully i have two amazing host joining me today. Carney wilson is back here. I star bobby. Burke is here joining them. It's going to be good show. It'd be great going to be a great show it has to be great because justin's on here and you gonna watch make sure i did a good job so we have to stop high jared. Let's jump right into this. Nick cannon situation you buys he's got some words for his haters. Then lord knows you'll come in. I'm like a seahorse out here on procreate and if you had to give me one piece of advice what would it be these kids on purpose. Okay so if you haven't how purpose chosen could have got pregnant. I did it happened. Because he wasn't those opposed to give more like a
Timescale: Time Series Databases With Mike Freedman
"Mike. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me. You started timescale in around twenty fourteen. And i wanna get a sense for why. Twenty fourteen was a time when a new category of database needed to be created. Because this was around the same time other time series databases also created. Yes so we originally created time scale really from our own need around that time. Twenty two thousand fourteen two thousand fifteen. My co-founder ni- jaekle carney. Who we go back many years. We kind of recent up and we we started thinking about. It was kind of a good time for both of us to think of what the next challenges are that we want to tackle and it seemed to us that there was this emerging trend of people talk about the digitisation were digital transformation. And i it feels like a somewhat of analyst. Turn but i think it's it's really responsive of what's happening in that if you think about the large big. It revolution it was about changing the back office. You know what was it used to be on. Paper was now in computers and what we saw was somewhat the same thing happened to basically every industry from heavy industry to shipping logistics to manufacturing both discrete and continuous and home. Not and so sometimes this gets blurred under iot kind of also think about it. More broadly as operational technology those which are not not necessarily bits but adams and a big part of that was actually collecting data of what those systems were doing. So it's about sensors and data and and and whatnot and so when we initially looked at this problem we were thinking about a type of data platform. We would want to build to make it easy to collect and store and analyze that type of data.
"carney" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?
"We've found from all over the internet that present us with a contrary opinion to the one we've just formed so if we liked the game these it'll be negative reviews and if we didn't like the game these are positive reviews. It's maybe we were wrong. This segment. i think that's the best one i've done. That was that was pretty dynamite. Yeah just just use that audio for all subsequent episodes what i liked about ones. I was able to find which was not easy. Is that even the positive reviews. Were like very measured in conditional. So here's one. I found is a game facts review of the pc version where you could use a mouse. So that's controls a little better by red paratrooper. Seven out of ten. It's not the greatest but you'll have fun with it for a while. This is not a game that will bore you in the beginning. You'll be clicking your mouse. A lot of guarantee that you'll be shooting up. everything is the levels are pretty much. Destroy the enemies are plentiful while the bosses can be quite difficult at times. They shots to hit certain areas. Hint bus. once you've mastered it. The time does get quicker and you'll find something else to play so that's basically like it's not the greatest but ill entertain you for a little bit and then you'll find something else. Something like men manner Well i found that much more few simply positive review buried on gamespot. Two thousand seven chevy see rights. Now i must say a lotta peoples play. This game said it was the worst game ever made. Aerosmith sucks never play. I myself believe all these statements to be untrue. This game has somewhat some entertainment value. But i guess you have to be a fan of aerosmith the like the game. I was fairly young. maybe seven or eight. When i i play the game as a huge fan of it as well as aerosmith the game is a first person shooter blah blah blah blah. As here's why chose this review is is it goes on it becomes more and more excited about the game that it is reviewing so it starts out of temper- tempered but by the end it saying in fact i'll probably find myself playing it as soon as i finish this review i give it a high score because odd and original and like i said a complete trip because aerosmith is a flipping game. I'm a fan. I can't help it this game kick serious ass good. Classic aerosmith song see lifelike two characters. Nice voice overs by the ban. Lots of credits major action you to rescue some chicks and of course aerosmith the bad like aerosmith. There's nothing bad about. This is just a good way to kill an hour to horrible. Who doesn't garo smith home. Incredible reading holy goodness but know that also. Yeah that that is i. Guess who this game is for. Aerosmith stands which is funny though because i do sit on this then diagrams call cross section. I actually was. I am a huge aerosmith fan. Nine lives one of my favorite albums. Top ten albums of all time. Joke theory is like a complete and utter genius. Slide play makes this blues. Pl- i just love the band. And i love their songs. I love stephen touch voice and all that and yet. I'm also a gamer. So i cannot like this game. I can't but if you're not a gamer and just narrow. Smith i guess you have to love it. You know like jim. Another one. I do but mostly i just wanna say that. This review this positive review posted in two thousand fourteen is. Here's why it's positive and why it's funny to me. I remember playing revolution acts on the nintendo. We had a lot of fun playing it. Especially in multiplayer mode blah blah blah blah blah. I've recently revisited the game. On the pc the dos version turns out the dos versions a heck a lot better than the nintendo version to play the dos version on the windows. Nt machines especially windows seven. You'll need a dos box. V zero point seven four. And you'll have to make some changes in the dos box configuration file and then there's pages of modifications that you have to do in order to get this game to run on dos which also speaks volumes to the dedication that this player had for playing this game. I mean it's like there's little code that you have to change in order to make the game work which means somebody had to figure it out. I always i mean those. Those people are heroes like just like the hobbyist. Who's just like. I'm gonna i'm gonna solve something and then i'm going to publicly disclosed this free of charge like how to do it just in case someone else down the line. Has i talked about that with the fucking fuck what was it was like one of these games. It was just like oh man this person from twenty years ago. Put this guide together. That i'm using now and he just did it for like just to be. Just be bro. it's great. I love anything. We will not the game though where they put together the entire code. And then you found out that there's one game.
"carney" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?
"Amazon. Were game play standpoint. You can destroy a lot of the environment. And i do think that's pretty fun like it's it's fun to shoot out all the windows and blow stuff up and i do think like the the helicopters socks but like you know blowing up. Some of vehicles i think is pretty satisfying. There's a school bus section later on in the game Boy that's really bad saying and when you're blowing up when you're shooting up the school bus trying to blow it up. It's men turned into some sort of terrorist weapon. But like like i if i kind of just just busting stuff up with your gun is pretty fun even though the actual gun play e even though actually taking out the enemies gets kind of monotonous. There was one scene referring to before the helicopter. Boston where you keep shooting out those windows and that was maybe two or three moments. I sort of enjoyed it because it reminded me of that game. Rampage like yeah and sometimes there's something behind the window which is a satisfying experience. Oh is that a cd is a plant or something that you eat. That gives you help. I don't know what it was but but then it kept going that scene. It was like when are we going to spending eight minutes shooting out windows. There's no enemy until confused. So i think the balance of the game was was tough. I found myself wishing they had gone gameboy to any with there. Be an any as mario game. And it made sense on and yes. And then they made a gameboy game that made sense on gameboy and they were different games. Yes i thought couldn't have made it a different game because if you were not allowed to use our super scope or light guns to surely there's a whole different game like you do between xbox and nintendo ds just making a different game but they really wanted to port it also. Can we talk about the slowdown good. Oh yes really bad in super nintendo kind of random spots. There's a lot going on. It would be fast and then there was not much going on to be slow. What was happening under the hood. But yet all around. I i feel like i don't know i mean i don't know how hard it is to make game so i'm probably being way too critical but probably they should just play the game ones like. Oh yeah this is not optimized. Let's had half the enemy. I would assume what happened here. Is they just had you know. They had this existing arcade game. That was a pretty big hit and they had aerosmith and they're like well this is going to sell. Let's just turn out as many as we can because it got ported everything. He got bored of genesis. Super nintendo playstation saturn. It got port across different generations and just was just not not necessarily lazily. But just you know sloppily constructed probably due to a lack of resources Did you guys get to or or watch the final boss at all helga. yes helga. Who by the way is played by the actress. Carrie hoskins who is shown a blade in mortal kombat three combats. Yeah no the actor who played played in this current mortal combat. Is that no wait. Oh sorry the game titan. Okay for now so. She's she starts as a cheerleader in the nba jam. The she's a game actress. She's digital data then she becomes headmistress helga and the free -able hostages sushi's both of women roles in the bikinis and the bad woman and then she becomes she graduates to sonya blade for mortal kombat. Three mortal kombat trilogy mortal kombat for mortal kombat gold. I mean this is. It's a little bit like if you were into this sort of thing in the ninety s celebrity of the digital actress universe. Sonya i love it. It's it's fascinating to hear that. That's the same actor. Because i was like like a woman. The blond hair not really my type of mean woman with the black wig scowling at you in the dominatrix gear. Exactly my type all that that you got. And so so she. So here's what happens at the end game you. You're you're fighting her and at first she's a woman she's just like the this kind of dominatrix type of angry woman. You're shooting her first second form. She transforms into a giant muscley monster and a motorized scooter with rocket launchers so she turned into shy ganic monstrous creation. Like the bikini women do who is also her earlier but as you're fighting at least in the air k. version. I didn't finish the super nintendo version. You shoot it's clothes and skin off. And then you shoot its limbs off one by one and it spurting everywhere from its dismembered limbs and then when you kill it it explodes and the finale is like just a rainstorm of blood bones in oregon while the opening riff walk this way. Play i answer. I watched that on the playthrough this morning. This part is i did not realize there were not unlimited continues so i was shooting this guy. This green goblin dude arms. Were off guns or not working anymore and these weird orange things amoeba were coming out of his mouth. And i didn't know if. I should shoot them what's happening. I was talking to chat for. I think it's twelve minutes. I think you can check the stream of twelve minutes of. What am i doing wrong. What about hitting shooting the chest shooting the feed shooting armchair and then it just said game over and so i was like one bullet away from the end of the game and instead i man so i had to watch the ending. The ending by the way is the message. Congratulations you defeated. The new order youth all over the world will be free to pursue their pleasures disgusting unnecessarily creepy own..
"carney" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?
"Gun. That i i want to say that i blakely out loud to my screen said. Oh my god oh no when the game goes to the amazon and start shooting the sort of nineteen thirties stereotype of of the savage with the big mask. They make i mean this is i. it's so offensive. I have i. I'm uncomfortable speaking the thing that is happening on the screen. Which is that. They were making monkey noises as they jump out from behind bushes again. You're supposed to be fighting the new world order so this doesn't have any reason to be in. the game. Like ring could go to like technical facilities acid plants like fucking shit that the joker would do but like going to the amazon also. Which you're there in theory to save but you burn down with your gun like you said everything on fire it was it was so offensive. I couldn't believe that it was in a video game. It's nuts that it's there. there's also i i think in that same. 'cause this is the amazon level or is it a separate level whereas amazon level. Turn into like you're the warehouse where there were. There are some sort of nefarious plot. Going on because there's there's a science lab you end up in do separately. Oh yeah but that's a separate level. I had the same feeling. I literally guessed i also said even how offensive it was on like. This makes no sense. The precursor to this level said save the rainforest. How are you saying. You're shooting everyone there. It doesn't make any sense now. You will you go from the out the exterior rainforest into a temple and there are identical semi nude women tied up on sides on the sides of the screen and that later in the temple they those women are dropped into a machine that is what reign them of their life and it turns them into scientists zombies for help. Yeah yeah and you have to destroy those machines. it's fucking. I mean very strange. It's strange and not like the three levels are amazon middle east which is like oh no and then the pacific rim so like. It's just three branches of stereotyping. Those your options in. Its it. So i could. I couldn't stand up at wembley stadium for aerosmith concert. it's so the babies you mentioned are like it's all the same a same blonde woman. Top heavy blonde woman in a bikini. Who's tied up in various scenarios. And then you free her and she thanks you and they're just like that's just like everywhere. It's very duke nukem. Apparently they censored it a little bit like the arcade version. She was shown a little more dairy air. And this and the home version they knew it by being a little bit more front facing guess showing. Those cheeks was a little bit of an issue for get an approval by the. But it's it's really like it's like that so that you've got that you've got that sort of okay. This is rock and roll excess. We've got like a like a you know like a groupie archetype who is who i'm rescuing. But then that coexisting with what you're saying. Yeah this weird sort of problematic massacring you're doing it's a very strange game it is and i. Maybe i'm wrong about this. But i feel like sunset. Riders was a fun game which was a kind of a real gun is fun. Yeah yeah but you. You move radiculitis if i remember correctly but that was fun somehow and this this really miss that. There's so much offensive stuff. The game plays monotonous. And then the shooting is not fun. Yeah it was boy. And we haven't talked the music stuff yet. Which i was surprised about. There are a couple things that i some things. I actually surprised by enlightened. But that's more of the snes capability because the snes short use sampling could actually sample sound versus. Hear the sound card. Choose these sounds so there are some impressive moments of wow. This is almost like an atari jaguar. I'm seeing sort of moving images and sort of hearing. Tom's voice the basis. Like wow cool. The were very challenging to my ears. Wayne's world the grading cd shot every time it's Of you said that you can hear the basis dialogue a clip. But you didn't speak to. How he he's quality of acting in this game. So i've got a clip that i sent to you papa. Daca to give the listener a sense of you know the motivator for your wanton slaying of random guys imagine putting chemicals off genucel.
"carney" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?
"Athletes super mario to what has happened. Geez it's it's such an aide to see. And and that sega drastic park game which that's the one where you're sitting in the league. You're sitting in the jeep and that's also a shooter right that to get if i if memory serves not the ridicule situation in this game on is so rough because it's really low and then you slightly tap into this on the far left out of the screen. There are so many things i did not enjoy. I first few minutes. I was saying onstream as i played it. This is not so bad. This is you know. Pre rendered graphics mortal kombat he kind of talking country. Okay i can get into that a lot of mode seven seven yeah pilot wings bring it come on zero x great and then then the game play it happened like actually playing a game and yet about four minutes and i realized oh. I don't know how to beat this boss. Which is a helicopter i. I don't know what to shoot. And so i asked my kaffir eight minutes while i was shooting it. Am i missing something. I what am i missing and there was one small gray thing underneath the helicopter that i had to activate by hitting eight. What was happening and later on in the game. I will get to it but yeah i was not able to actually was able to lose this game with imf seemingly infinite continues. I lost. i gave him over. It's not quite. I mean it seemingly infant but it's quite enough you get twenty five lives which seems like king's bounty in super nintendo terms but but it's just also the difficulty is i mean it's so the may you hit on the main thing. It's so hard to target things because it's got like a like just a little bit. Like accelerates too quickly so you start at moving and then it just. It's on the other side of the screen. It's so hard to target anything precisely and then also. Some of the waves of enemies are just interminable. Like it's just like. I literally have to kill like four hundred of the same yellow ninja with a machine gun like it's unbelievable. The body count. i'm here and it just. I guess it's probably just to extend the gameplay to justify the cost of the cartridge but it's so it gets so fucking boring and then you're just turning through lives as a result. If you don't hit a certain thing in the right corner of the screen you get that infinite thing sort of to me. It reminded me a teeny bit of ninja guide and although those respond but it was like. When is gonna end if i is it. Yeah my infinitely responding accidentally. Yeah didn't make any sense. Yeah i i can't imagine so. Can you imagine standing at this machine for forty minutes in an arcade. After i played it for a while and saturdays okay. I'm i'm never going to get to the end of this fucking game even uneasy mode because like i can't use the gun. Which is the point of the game. So i i also watched a playthrough and the playthrough which is a perfect play. It's not like a speed run but it's a perfect way through is forty forty minutes long from start to finish which means that you would have to be holding that filthy greasy gun a and dumping and quarters for forty minutes somewhere like who who also gets to a movie early enough to be able to play this game in the lobby for forty minutes right missile area and it seemed like a precursor to meet of zombie game. Play like oh it's fun to shoot but as you mentioned it's not fun without like right annoying. Yeah yeah there's also the the there's another element this game. That actually do like which is that. You have a special attack. Which on the super nintendo's with a shoulder buttoned where you'll shoot a cd. And i can't tell if the cd's do more damage than regular gones. It seems like maybe but it's not quite like there's so little user feedback but it is the kind of thing is just like. Oh this is kind of gloriously stupid that this is the aerosmith game. Got a gun. That shoots cds. I kind of wish there was more of that. I of wish there was more just like leaning into rock and roll stupidity as opposed to some of the generic. Just sort of you know. Like i mentioned ninja enemies that you're fighting throughout so much of the game. Well just like they say music the weapon. That's the whole subtitle. But it's your shooting a gun. That i i want to say that i blakely.
"carney" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?
"Before we do that in his first time as always to discuss a game we like we're gonna spend seventy seconds in gaming heaven say when when all right i rolled credits on mass effect one. I play mass effect one my first time through the any game. In the mass effect franchise i did dabble in mass effect. Drama for this podcast. But i'm playing the legendary. Which is an awesome remastered. And it's for a game from two thousand seven. It's still has good. Art direction. Has really good writing and fi world building and voice acting so all that stuff holds up and you know it it looks a little dated at times of the ui but overall. Like i was like i. I love this game. It's so good it's such a cool universe and it's got so many new ideas. Here's one thing. I'll drill down on so when we're talking about cyberpunk and there's the same issue with like like westworld which another thing kind of bothers me in terms of just like there's an absence of imagination in in terms of what the future could possibly hold like. It's like everyone's still has tablets and phones and they just have uglier more futuristic looking. You is and in mass effect. There's something called an omni tool which is like a virtual gauntlet that surrounds your entire forearm and does an array of electronic tasks. And it's just like oh that's a completely new idea because we sifi you. Could you could do anyway. I loved it to new westworld takes place in the past. His is old west. Yeah but i mean like just like they just got like spurs and like revolvers like. Give me something new. Supposed to be impressed by stirrup. China do Trying to do a little nick. They're trying to do a little. Like i know that something. I'm saying is is full of shit but i presented as if it is actual information and i can be even dumber. You thought. This is my final form. Hey let's talk about this week's game but first let's introduce our guest musician whose critically acclaimed jazz quartet album. Alter-ego is available now. Zane carney years here zane nick. How're you doing. Hi heather in came. Vote man great great. I just love this show. Oh thanks for saying that. Well that's it thank you. That's an opinion. I've heard every single episode. I'm straight how so i'm to be here. Oh bless you. We're honored to have you and you are. You're a musician. But i also wanted to hear. Generally about you as a gamer. i mean see. You've got a super nintendo on your desk. So i assume this is something that has some significance to you. They time yeah. I'm a big retro gamer. Which is sad. Because i feel like it wasn't that long ago but very sixteen bit eight bit heavy right superman t on the desk right here. Have an analog mini anti war I got a switch on the desk by pan over. And i'm completely addicted to mario. Tennis aces this like yeah like nationally ranked it's bad. I'm addicted selena. As a as a as a fan of the analog brand who simultaneously is a fan but does not yet own a single analog machine. How do you find the experience on the n. T. and for those of you listening at home. These are like high end aluminum cases as if apple were to redesign these older systems. Like the any ass or the superior ni asked or the the genesis they. They're like the porsche of. I'm they're beautiful. They're beautiful. how do you like him. I love him as the sad part. Is i actually have an open. The analog n. t it because i got it from birthday and i'm going to do a whole unboxing stream with it but i've opened the super n. t. and i played some really awesome games and then i played. Today's game was rough. But yeah it's great. I mean it's really the best experience possible. And i've always been into optimizing my retro gaming experience. I'm a little different than the true purists who wanna get the the crt gone or africa progressive. Whatever shock looking monitors. I always want to get in on my four k screen and have it be as pixel perfect as possible. So i'm like a metal. Jesus rocks radical. Reggie type guy. Love that sort of thing. If you're familiar with those utah but no no not at all. Oh man they're awesome. They're super into retro stuff. And yet they talk about every pixel four by three and making sure the ratios correct and all that right so yes. Supremacy is amazing. And i have a whole collection behind me about two hundred any s and super nintendo games. And so i've been going through them. Every game works on it. I have an eight. Bit dough wireless controller. I mean it's just an some. I'm loving it What is your and what what you're saying about like it not being that long ago and feeling like you know but being retro games. 'cause like these like eight bit and sixteen bit game the game of my childhood but but it just like it. It's that's retro. Now it's the same way when you hear like nirvana classic rock station. It's just like oh okay. All right that i'm that age but but i i'm curious like or your favourite games to retro games to play our same games. You played as a kid or are they stuff that knew came to as an adult is a mix. That's a great question. Yeah i i like mixing it up. In fact my girlfriend just got me chronic trigger. Which somehow i've known as you're in for a tree. I'm so excited and a huge. Rpg fan so quick synopsis. My child that i started as a gamer. The guitar music stuff came much later. Talk was the first game. I ever was three years old. I beat duct tape on an es way yet without the manual. 'cause i was just that was my childhood and then it's my delta unfortunately too and then i got into street fighter two turbo with my brother and then i remember not really being welcomed at his birthday party until they found i could beat bucky o'hare for them and then they liked me. How i the teenage mutant ninja turtles for any which is a real tough game. Yeah so i was like a game or kid. And then. When i was about seven years old i was a child actor and on that said they would just give me game boy games and try to pacify me because they knew it was just traumatic. From why having this kid work this novel. So yeah. I got really into warrior. Land all these different game boy games. And i really hit my apex with pok amman. That changed my life that turned me into golden sun. Veloce that turned me onto sort of tales of hysteria sort of secretive mono- but unless of an action rpg guy more of it turn bass strait up jay rpg dude. I played most of them. Could somehow i miss kronos trigger. So i'm really excited about that. I i literally booted up coronal trigger two days ago just to listen to the opening music on it. It's it is. It is good extraordinary. And i also feel like you're really speaking specifically to both myself and dhaka with the retro the high end retro like specificity and then just mentioning pokemon really makes turns is in spirals love it. Yeah and i maintain that to the funny part is. I've actually heard the for ronald trigger. Because i do this thing on my twitter stream music theory of gaming. And if you don't do this immediately that we need to have the theory of this game so we discovered. There's like a lot of perfect fourths. And there's a lilac modal jazz moments but played on right. It's like a whole thing. So i'm excited about actually experiencing the music during gameplay but i heard a piece of music was like okay. Yes this all around this game. Is my dream awesome. It's so like i do what you're speaking to is like as a kid. I remember hearing like progressive rock like hearing like you know. I think yellow qualifies progressive rock. You know and so hearing that and being like this sounds like blake j. rpg music like this sounds like video game. Music not understanding. The influence was the other direction. That like you know like composers on these games being influenced by american and british rock totally and we actually did music theory of gaming episode on sonic the hedgehog and i obviously listen to it as a kid. Also i know you're like a segue person which is yes..
"carney" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?
"Bad news. Everybody as some of you have heard we have just lost our jurassic park. Licensed to segue. I know we've all been working very very hard on our jurassic park shooter but We're going to have to scramble to make ends meet before the profits report comes out so if you've got an idea for a shooting game that we can slot into this arcade cabinet that we're already developing. Just let's let's hear him. Let's hear all right just off the top of my head. You know we make it like it's the rock band aerosmith We we we get the rights to arrowsmith. Okay i'm sorry. I'm sorry nick nick. Sorry this isn't a dancing game shooting. Yeah working on the fucking thing. Okay all right. No need to get angry. Sorry it just park news. Earth-shattering yeah okay. Well you were saying aerosmith. I'm sorry i was i. I automatically assumed you didn't know what you're talking about. So why don't you tell me more about this bitch. I don't know it's like aerosmith and you're shooting ninjas and free and babes with fling and cds atom. I just just spitballing here. Well i mean. Let's let's. I'll put it on the board. But i wanna i wanna run some other big licenses. We might be able to To land like die hard lethal weapon. Speed speed's a big hit. We could let you could be shooting out of the side of the bus. Who knows so you know. I'll put aerosmith on the on the board but again it's a gun game so i want any other ideas matter you fill in this aerosmith thing. I'm actually. I'm a little embarrassed. Because i was also gonna see aerosmith and i don't have any other ideas. I my big idea. Came in with today was aerosmith and nick just ate my entire launch. Well no i mean that's good if we're both on the same we're both thinking aerosmith. Maybe it's aerosmith. Does aerosmith known for guns are they do. They have saw. No no no. But they have.
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D.C. Police Chief Raises Concerns Over Shrinking Force, Officer Morale
"D. C. Police chief Robert Conte is raising a warning about the morale among his officers and their shrinking numbers in a zoom chat with the D. C. Police chief, the president of the Greater Washington Board of Trade, Jack McDougall, wanted to know how's the morale? Of your folks. How are they doing? The chief said police. Morale has been impacted by negative views of police and some officers are making career decisions based on some police reforms right now, our a rate of separation and we're up like 11% of what was projected for this time last year, Carney says the size of the D C police department is shrinking at Was Dick Uliano. W T o P.
"carney" Discussed on The Insider
"Fit into this week's episode of the insider up before we get started with this show too quick. Psa's first of all you need to check out catch. It's a gimmick that we've just released on the homepage of the website. It is a really smart way of vanishing reproducing. A coin should check it out. It sells a lot of problems for that lost. Tricky coin in a coin across winston table coins to glass routine And it's really fun to practise. Second thing is if you heard last week show with vinny del ponte the three icons pieces of art that he created with vernon cardini. Lavar are selling really fast. It's a very limited edition. Each one is numbered and signed by any you get a certificate of authenticity. And if it's something you've been arming and bring about. I would recommend you gay skates on and get up before it sold out and finally. I just like to apologize most of you. Listen to this on apple podcasts. And for the last two weeks. There's been a problem with feed and apple podcasts. And not coming through to apple This now seems to have been resolved so hopefully this episode..
Wendle hits 3 of Tampa Bay's 8 doubles, Rays beat Mets 12-5
"J. McClanahan earned his first major league win in for Tampa Bay hitters drove in multiple runs as the rays defeated the New York Mets twelve to five the Klan had allowed a three run Homer to Jose prizing the second and a solo shot to Pete Alonso in the third but was able to pitch into the sixth for the first time Tampa Bay rallied with a five run fourth thought Joe Wheatley KZN Sean Reid Foley and added six more runs in the eighth on a tree with two run doubles by young D. D. as Joey Wendelin Brett Phillips raise extended their winning streak to three well the Mets have now lost two straight Steve Carney C. Petersburg
Amazon had a weird week on Twitter. But the union vote is the big news.
"Are being counted in bessemer alabama. This week from amazon warehouse workers hoping to unionize amazon has fought tooth and nail against the union efforts and also recently against members of congress senators bernie sanders and elizabeth warren criticized. Its treatment of employees amazon's official twitter account went on the attack so did some twitter users claiming they were very happy amazon employees and not all of them were real. Let's dig into all of this and quality assurance the segment where we take a deeper look at a big tech story. Jason delray covers amazon for recode. He says this union vote is big no matter what the outcome i also think. If it's a close loss that also would be seen as a positive sign just because amazon. Never had a union in the us that even in that case we'd see other efforts at least inside of amazon facilities in the country. A couple thousand people or more than thousand people voting to unionize at one facility. I mean think that says something especially with all the pressure that management has has put on these workers over the last few weeks. And then of course senators bernie sanders and elizabeth. Warren were criticizing amazon on twitter. For how it treats its employees and we saw amazon. Take what seems to be a priebke. New tack on social media hit-back pretty aggressively so what we saw was executives from dave clark. Who's the ceo of the worldwide consumer business at amazon to the corporate amazon accounts written by pr. People you know being both snarky. You know what. I think many people would say would be inappropriate tone. I reported that that directive to get more aggressive came directly from jeff bezos. After my story kind of exploded you see executives this week. Such as jay carney. He's been on twitter. The last two days responding to both bernie sanders and elizabeth
Man Accused of Deadly Boston-Area Library Stabbing Found Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity
"A Winchester man charged with fatally stabbing a woman at a public library and 2018 has been found not criminally responsible because of his mental illness. Here's WBZ skimped on a cliff. The judge on the bench trial found Jeffrey out not guilty by reason of insanity for the 2018 stabbing death of medical student dance striker Inside Winchester Public Library. He was also found not guilty on the charge of slashing a 77 year old man who came to strikers aid both of Prosecution and defense presented reports from three medical experts who examined now and determined he was suffering from paranoid schizophrenia at the time of the attack and was not criminally responsible for his actions. Defense attorney Jay Carney said. Yeah was being tormented by harassing voices in his head. And it was the voices he was fighting against when he walked into the library and stab striker 20 times from
Fact-Checking Joe Biden's Claim About Trump's Tax Cuts
"Joe biden claims nearly all the trump tax cuts went to the wealthy john. Carney is that true or false of is false. Joe biden said it. Let's look at the actual data from the breitbart article. Then i'll actually show you the tax cuts showing you again. Joe biden's just making this up quote breitbart the nonpartisan tax policy center estimated in two thousand eighteen at the top one percent would get twenty point five percent of the tax cuts. That can't be joe biden. Said they got eighty three percent. Yeah of course. What does that mean that. Means either the nonpartisan tax policy center is lying or joe. Biden's line. I'm going to venture to say it's joe biden. It's lying just throwing that out. There
"carney" Discussed on Hustleshare
"He has the colbert. Pandemic has been a big hit for all of us. And it's safe to say that we need to rebuild things from scratch again in the thing about this pandemic it has also rapidly accelerated the need for digitalization in the philippines. And there's now a big need for tech and tech enabled startups. That are ready to build. Better the thomas. Edison once said that the value of an idea lies in the music of it and in preparation for its twenty twenty one. Acceleration program idea space is looking for tech and tech enabled startups that are turning their ideas into action once again now approaching its ninth year. It's still on the lookout for startup. Boundaries that are driven to create lasting change through the work that they do. If you're listening to this podcast and if you want to have a real life startup experience just like what you saw. Net flicks like shutdown meat. And phnom dawson is your chance to have that real life non-fictional startup prince which is the twenty twenty one. Acceleration program of ideas space is now open for applications for just like dozens of startups. That we've had here. Podcast you can get the chance support resources and opportunities along funding that you need really beat that startup or reality were all you need to do is just click the link in the description box of episode so you get to the application form of the next court and if you do have some questions just don't forget to follow idea space inaugural socials and also go to ideas space foundation dot org to ask more questions so again. Good luck to your application and good luck to your startup. Still brianna and kate again from crew bloom told us you know how to really make this thing work and how values and culture a big big difference in how to make this girl now. I wanna understand one thing because working remotely is not easy. And i've seen a mixed bag. The more technologically advanced for ready or digital natives didn't really have a good. I didn't really have a hard time adapting whereas those people were always stuck in the looking at each other and gossiping with each other the how had a hard time adjusting to the set up. But for you you've always been remote so if someone is still struggling here listening to the dynamic and again even after the pandemic's over i think a lot of what. What would we realise now that those meetings we used to do and we waste our time on could have been done remotely resume call or whatnot. And it's i think it's going to radically change. How work is done but for us. Since you're natives in this type of setup what would be your tips for having a great working relationship that they're still checking balance and at the same time enough. Trust to go around so that people are still accountable and also responsible for the own work and deliverables an interesting question because you know when when you start becoming remote worker right the for me one of the most important traits that you must have is discipline like it doesn't really matter if you're an extrovert really likes working alongside other people you could communicate easily hop on zoom call or skype golden someone if you're if you really wish to share ideas or just have like a talk with someone right so for me as long as you have the discipline than you'd be able to succeed Becoming our remote worker and For you to be able to make sure that your team is producing There are some steps that you have do to tape right. So i'm at kerguelen. I really loved one of our tools. It's time dr so it. It's similar liga. Gluck in got system not an office where they log in when they start their shift if they take their bay they log out then they log back in again. Monday start working. And it measures a lotta things like their screenshots you know and also that's really really unhelpful for us and the next like setting like and kp ice for them so knowing how to measure their performance and then going to follow like how we'll be measuring them is very important and that's how they know that they're being productive now as a management team again being remote sports and cons and running and making quick and snappy business decisions this very important as co founders. I guess your management team. How do you make sure you're on top of things especially their spear role and whatnot. How do you make sure that. Nothing falls through the cracks Aside from communicating to your team but also making the right decisions team in making sure that you're addressing any type of issue that needs to be addressed. i think communication is essential on an. I'm having a dependability of core value. I think is Kind of birth fighters central as a remote worker. So i think that genuinely team. I'm working remotely possibly league in a an ocean. Apart is morris lived than an enough scheme dumb. I think that Yet just communicating on a regular basis Leaning on one another and they'll be every dr that's missing all right now. I want to understand the proper hiring dick knicks and we're not going to replicate and copy the whole group but a lot of people especially if they're doing business usually fuck this up. I'll come clean just like for me. I did not know how to weed out and first time entrepreneur. Remember i coming to an interview. And i'm more nervous than the applicant. Because i don't know how to do this and not. Everybody has a luxury of being able to hire professionals. Like you have been in the game and have thousands and thousands of interviews as a entrepreneur. Somehow someway have to wing it and do it yourself and you want to make sure that you're not asking super superficial. Author me about yourself. What is your five years from. Now you wanna be able to weed out the ones that really are again serious about getting this job in contra contributing rather than someone who just wants a paycheck and then you know chill out the rest of the way. What are the techniques. You guys use that other business. Mrs people especially hustlers are those ones were starting out company that they can use due to weed out and get the right. Hire start their teams. Yeah so. I really think that every company needs to have their own unique interview process know in the way they assess every folks that come their way And it should be different depending on their role and this view 'cause they have to like for us one of the things that i really really love about on the way we recruit folks is our assessments. We have unique. Assessments for sales cheryl and a support girl And so that's how we may like manley that our our applicants not just you know an initial holiday pay like just tell me about your work experience just basic so. Having that assessment. I'm really helps a lot invading. I'm qualified candidates from not from not qualified candidates and then there's like a lot of oil through that's actually happening.
Rodgers wins 3rd MVP, Donald gets 3rd top defensive player
"Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers won his third NFL Most Valuable Player award Saturday as the league announced the Associated Press awards as part of its NFL honors program Rogers takes exactly it as a badge of honor to have sustained success and to be able to play your best football and thirty seven in my sixteen season this summer I take a lot of pride in France defensive tackle Aaron Donald won his third defensive player of the year award the last four seasons while Tennessee's Derrick Henry took home his first offense a player of the year Justin Herbert at the Chargers and Washington streets young were operative in defense of rookies of the year respectively Kevin's defense give the Browns to come coach of the year and Washington's Alex Smith was the league's comeback player of the year I'm Steve Carney
Storylines galore as Brady and Mahomes hook up in Super Bowl
"The Tampa Bay Buccaneers continue their week of preparation for Super Bowl fifty five with another practice session at their facility Thursday offense of tackle Donovan Smith explains how he and his teammates have improved in protecting quarterback Tom Brady over the course of the season we talk about every day it's only got there on the field in which we know as long as you know we will establish we also you know at the beginning we were just trying to brings together all of us where we would go group go slow and judge were Syrians said safeties Antoine Winfield junior Jordan Whitehead and wide receiver Antonio brown all practiced for a third straight day but any determination of whether they'll play Sunday will be made until after Friday's session Steve Carney Tampa
Buccaneers get ready for Super Bowl
"The Tampa Bay Buccaneers held their second practice of the week in preparation for Super Bowl fifty five Wednesday at their practice facility for defensive lineman and Donna can sue this week is all about trying to finally reach the pinnacle of his profession this is the second time around in I look for to have an opportunity to close that out because I've been very blessed to be able to have individual career that has many accolades but ultimate goal is to have the team accolade less liberty trophy head coach Bruce Arians said wide receiver Antonio brown safeties Antoine Winfield junior Jordan Whitehead and linebacker Lavonte David were all limited the Buccaneers will again practice Thursday as they get ready to host the AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs Sunday at Raymond James stadium Steve Carney Tampa
Market Report: Bitcoin Is Up, Ethereum Setting Sights On $2000
"Hey listen. I'll take a couple of things that are pretty cool bitcoins. Three point two four percent joe. That's a good thing Look it's It's it's been pretty tasty guys. All man i'm stuck i'm stuck because it's the first same bitcoin in a longtime thoughts lou quite bullish It's coming out of that. Daily charles coming sorry. Daily trend is their modest. The elon musk. spike We got four hour traffic but beautiful. Simplicity fifty minute is my baby right. Now i'm haunting cradles hunt boosters. I am on the hunt the trends debt. And i've got what i need to do what i do. Where thirty six thousand. Six hundred and seventy six doubles up. As i said three point to her sentence point Theory him as well look. This was the one that i've been writing for quite some time and Stopped is a is a word that i throw around a bit but i am stuck because it did pop. As high allies it came throws talking about a guy made. Is it pops through to new all-time highs yesterday. It closed above northern onto concerned about that but it closed really strong ten percent up on the daiva. Carney took point four percent up from the day. On telling you right now two miles to the papers on the front of my face just above. My nose is looking really strong. It's a bloody with jot and fifteen hundred and fifty full right now and i just i. It just has the hallmarks of wanting to have a bit of iran Run indie so naturally those lower timeframes looking for that seclude city wedding from opportunity Exit pay while i'm not to Fen dangled about that roy nasa sideways up three percent. A thirty point five cents. But it's not something that's sort of Cutting the master there will be. No master should lose his life to exile pay for me. It's move on bitcoin. Cash up two point seven seven percent ford and forty three dollars and thirty cents coming off that three seven five raging of resistance doctors support. It looked good in the weekly. Take that much a real ripa Just beautiful bullish candle the weekly. I'm talking about. It's not closed yet. It's got a long time to go but it is the and it does indeed come from a very good spots in an alternative weekly as well as far as low as timeframes look at the solicitor. These there on the fifth day. The thing that i'm not overly enthused how i must say is The full hour could get Actually through that level it just it just looks funny it. It's really been dominated by the lower timeframes. So i really shouldn't say too much about it because it doesn't look bad at all to be honest yet. It looks on two point. Seven seven percent of the big dog of the dice fifa has been letitia. And i'm gonna say that. I mean lot coin obviously now in a daily uptrend yesterday closing up seven percent today carly seven point seven percent hundred and fifty three dollars and forty eight cents right now guy pushing up through a level of resistance all harmful to get a little breakout on morning around the break. One forty six thirty seven but a distant setup caught As well as i'd like. But i'm still looking for pullbacks into that level a really strong move here online looking very very good on the charts all the way to the way the whole market. This will change the hallmark of some of the big dogs in the market. Do certainly look as though They're ready for leg up and it is being shown to us by multi percentage moves Loving look of lot coin at the moment. So keep that in your watch.
How the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are preparing for the Super Bowl
"The Tampa Bay Buccaneers held their first practice of Superbowl week Tuesday I'll walk through at their practice facility of between forty to fifty plays according to head coach Bruce Arians running back Ronald Jones describes what he's looking for in this study to defeat his opponent the Kansas City Chiefs no they're great because you know I was able to cut out for us so we got to make plays **** opportunity and you know I got a lot of good players on it then you know in five seven and backing so just looking at the financials and so it began when linebacker Lavonte David who did not practice during the bye week also said his injured hamstring was improved and hope to be ready for Sunday's contest the box will hold another practice Wednesday as they prepare for the Kansas City Chiefs Steve Carney Tampa
"carney" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"CDC estimates. That's how many more people will die. By Corona virus Just drink Christmas week and by New Year's Eve. The death toll is forecast to be as high as 329,000. Colorado health officials agree this month will be Graham Dr John Samit says the state could see about 2000 more deaths from covert 19. By the end of the year. We have a population that is fatigue was doing what it needs to do. If the curve keeps rising, we'll see more hospitalizations or case or death right now, nearly 1800 patient Star in the hospital fighting the illness. Delaware residents being told to stay home for the holidays. The governor John Carney, is showing the advisory, which starts December, 14th last through January. 11th carnies pleading with residents quote to do the right thing, then not gather with anyone outside their home. The DC Nurses Association crying foul after learning they won't receive enough covert 19 vaccine doses for frontline health care workers who wanted this month. We don't want to choose or select people we want all people to be Taking care. They say vaccine allocation should be based on workforce population, not resident population. In the D. M V. President elect Biden suggesting President Trump attend his inauguration. Speaking the CNN, Biden insisted it will show a peaceful transfer of power as competing parties shake hands and move on, He argued, it is completely up to trumpet. It has no personal consequence to himself. NBC News Radio's Dean Nuccio, the fire seasons still alive and well in Southern California, Unfortunately, is the Regent remains on high alert with winds gusting near Hurricane force. The fire seasons been brutal this year in that state, which has seen five of the six largest wildfires in California history. Two new ones just cropped up this week in Pueblo, the hero's K through eight Academy. Officially no more. This woman's son went to the school in, says the demolition was pretty emotional for him his last day of school.
"carney" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The face of one woman who refused to raise her fist in solidarity upon demand. Theo woman told The Washington Post. She is this reporter of black lives matter, but you refuse to comply because she felt like she was under attack. A rally Monday night drew several 100 people in the wake of the shooting of a black man by police in Wisconsin. One person is missing in waters near the Chesapeake Bay after two boats collided near Turkey point at the mouth of the South River in Anna Randall County, about 10 miles south of Annapolis. Yesterday, rescue crews spent hours looking for the boater but called off their search last night. Two people have been on each boat when the collision took place. No one was hurt. On one boat. The remaining occupant of the other boat suffered a minor injury. No word yet on what caused the crash. If you live or work in D C and were planning to make a final trip to the Delaware beaches this summer, be ready to self quarantine. It's been on again off again when it comes to Delaware, making D C. Mayor Mariel Bowser's list of states that require a 14 day self quarantine. When she updated her list this week, the state was back on and that frustrates Governor John Carney. From time to time. We have old cases that could entered into the system but dated Prior to the seven day moving average. Delaware is one of 30 on the district's high risk state list, which will be updated again on Labor Day. Maria Leave on double Male intelligent mail dot com Students at James Madison University return to classes today uncertain to what extent Corona virus is lurking on campus. The school's announced 23 positive cases among students who self reported, but more detailed data is proved to be elusive because JMU is not testing every student as other states. Schools are a spokeswoman says the university will evaluate more data as it comes in and decide whether to continue or to move all classes online Won sophomore told The Washington Post. She packed lightly for school. She doesn't expect to be there for more than a month. How can your kids engage in virtual learning when their parents need to learn how to make it all work? One local school systems trying to help Fairfax County public schools has created a technology.
"carney" Discussed on 710 WOR
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"carney" Discussed on The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt
"Andrew. Brandt hope you enjoyed the two weeks previous with David? Faulk talking about Michael Jordan. The last dance is over. At least for US live watching now moves to net flicks the ten part Docu series about Michael Jordan. Last and a team is over so really hoping joy. David faulk parts one into the rolling interview so much insight that he has into Michael Jordan and the representation business basketball in itself. We move on to some different in minute. We're presented as always bet online your online sportsbook experts of course always the exclusive partner. Podcast one sports that use that Promo Code podcast one that online interesting guests for you today because the obsession in the early part of the quarantine. This spring has been netflixing tiger king. I think something like a hundred million people downloaded it watched at least one episode and while. We're all quarantined. And it's cute and seeing the Tigers and seeing the baby cubs and seeing that I guess likable at least empathetic character of tiger of Joe Exotic in Jomaa Nado Passage there's more to it and I saw an article about an animal rights lawyer name Kearney. Nassar she's currently teaching at Michigan State University School of law. She is a foremost expert. One of four people teaching this subject as Professor in the world she has all the information on Joe Exotic in fact brought the case against him and she knows the truth behind him and the truth would more in a positive light about Carol Baskin and Tiger Sanctuary. But it's a deep dive into these roadside zoos and the the puppy mills for Tiger says she calls them. I saw the interview with her out. There and I said this is someone that can really bring light to what we've heard about and read about in seen during this quarantine period which is the the Joe Exotic which is the Tiger King. So this is a real insight pulling back the curtain on what really happens with the world behind the tiger king. Thought she's a fascinating interview without further. Ado Animal Rights Lawyer Carney. Ns Sir so welcome to the podcast. Karn Nassar great to have you if you so much for having me Excited to be here and get into how this all actually relates to fort. Well it's been quite an quarantine as everybody knows. I know everyone's feeling like they WANNA get out. It's been enough. Hopefully we've turned a corner on this but early in the national state. Hormonal order seemed like everyone was gravitating to the net flicks. I guess call it. A docu series called the tiger king. And as I said it's this mullet wearing roads I'd zookeeper known as Joe Exotic and everyone got into it and it was kind of entertaining way to pass the time and to sort of debated in social media. But you sort of look deeper into it and then you get into issues which are so much on your radar about this person specifically will talk about and then wildlife tracking in general. So you're now an animal a professor at Michigan State. But you were familiar with this Joe Exotic way before this net flicks teen minutes of fame. He's had tell us about that. Yeah I mean I'm more than familiar. I'm the attorney who pitched the wildlife trafficking case against him to the Department of Justice Antonin Service. So the you know heart. At his conviction. Several years of his conviction is the result of an investigation. That was going on for years before the murder for hire Ever even happened so this was all the prosecution against Joe was in the work ever since I know that a red flag in one of the transfers of big cat from failing facility up in northern Merisi Anna to his side view in Oklahoma and I took the evidence to federal prosecutors in Lafayette Louisiana automatically family was sufficient reason to open investigation but felt like the case would be better situated up in Oklahoma which had been my along And so they made a clatter request to federal prosecutors in Oklahoma City and they started their investigation and her we are now and so is going to be spending the next twenty two years in federal prison so when you mentioned these inconsistencies in the paperwork about about this shuttered facility now northern Louisiana. What exactly what he was doing. Was it what we saw on the series and the way he treated. These cats took away their young. Well honestly what? We showed what he actually did pay in. All I can try to set that content on social media it would get fan because Tiflis Houston the animals that was going on with sober task. the US Department of Agriculture had four open investigations into this is an agency that gets repeatedly criticized by its own internal auditors. For failing to do its job but the situation at Joseph was so bad that they had not one not two not three but four open investigations for his. Chronic failure can meet the bare minimum standards of care for animals And there were twenty three tighter who died in rapid succession in his care. And that's just a little bit of of the problem. I mean as as the prosecutors through throughout the case He was killing tiger in violation of federal endangered species. Act in order to make space for more And instead of seeking she's got permits to purchase and sell tigers which he never would have met the criteria to obtain from us fish and Wildlife Service. You have to show like the the data. He's activists point has banned the commercial trade in Tigers. Nobody can import them. Every single title here in the United States is captive fresh But you're supposed to seek a permit if he wants to do anything that's otherwise so hinted under the endangered species act but it has to relate back to some sort of benefit to the species at large the way people like Joe got around that and this is what federal prosecutors also proved is that they falsified paperwork and they say they're making donations of cats or that they'd have only being spent somewhere temporarily for exhibition when in reality what they're doing is purchasing and selling in cash and then falsifying the paperwork so that would be other that as crimes for which she was convicted and that's the type of that's what I had noticed in the transfer of cat from The facility in Louisiana had come down You know we all we all know that that. Lsu Has the Tiger Tiger Mascot here in Baton Rouge there are also for a long time was a tiger in a gas station in Louisiana. May Tony and ponies. Owner has been found in violation of State Law. The permit he had to keep bat was Validated and we were ready when I was working at the animal. Legal Defense and taste Tony's who a huge sanctuary in Colorado beautiful accredited sanctuary on seven hundred acres And it's sort of true Louisiana political fashioned rather than comply with a court order by the law. Tony's owner when his State legislator and ask him to introduce something that would get him a retroactive exemptions in the law and in that legislative process he brought Joe Exotic Down Louisiana to be his expert witness as to why it's awesome to have tigers indexation And that was Joe's introduction to the folks in northern Louisiana who were also at the hearing And they were. They were failing they were having a lot of problems. Complying with The Federal Animal Welfare Act. They were shooting lions instead of providing them with veterinary care if it's too expensive And then Joe came into a bunch of cats Back into Oklahoma so that was really sort of how this all kicked off in that transfer wasn't particularly unique. I mean this is as the judge said if offensive hearing that I attended for Joe in January. If you're you know Joe who's involved in systematic traffic of endangered species like he was the epicenter of a lot of tiger talking in the United States that reaches its tentacles into virtually every state in the country so You know this was. He was charged and convicted for just a very very small fraction his federal crime. I saw a note from your interview with that you give to the NBA Journal. That really sort of struck me. You said and I quote you. Roadside zoos operate like puppymills for big cats female. Cats are used to breed and spend their lives confined a tiny cages their offspring or removed immediately upon birth shortly thereafter. So the process can begin. Gam- it did make me recall. A scene in the tiger king were female cat gave birth and within seconds they were using some tool to pry away that baby under the Under the fence and then it just really made me think so. This is this is happening and you say these roadside zoos. I mean are there a lot of them beyond Joe? Exotic are is this. Is this a business out there that people were trying to prevent from operating? Yeah any facility that allows you take a photo or bottle feed or have cut. You know cuddled time with tiger. There's some facilities that even offer swim with tigers even was depicted in anti Cain Any of these societies are involved in that premature maternal separation where babies are forcibly Yankee away from their mothers and then steals hydros impregnated. The whole cycle continues to repeat itself And they're involved in supporting the exotic pet trade when these cats get too big too expensive to be used for petting. Then we see you know jokes shooting them The or they dumped in the pet trade term for people who are looking for exotic pets. You know Shaquille O'Neal insiders and There are a lot of people who think that it's really cool. But you can't get a tiger from a reputable Sicily know as aza accredited zoo. No accredited sanctuary is going to supply tigers as pets but a tighter cost ten thousand dollars a year just to feed and under the federal animal. Welfare Act a tighter can only be used for cub heading which you know. Each of these cubs petty sessions can generate sixty few over. You know a thousand dollars just for one session and records have shown that these facilities use these policies should be in quiet. Dark areas with their mothers They have you know in their immune system having develops Used up to sixty times a day so you know she just an extremely lucrative for these roadside zoos but once they hit that about twelve week mark then it becomes a violation of federal welfare to offer public. Contact too dangerous for public And so when they just become a financial drain. So you'll see that a lot of the tiger she become very readily available in the pet trade. Are you know four months old six months old a They're they're no longer useful. You can get a tighter penned. Who's about you know six months old for less than a Lotta people pay for their dog album hundred bucks even free Enzi don't have meaningful laws in place in the United States. Track where these tests are going It's a very of the existing loss fraught with a lot of loopholes and the the US fish and Wildlife Service has not overseen the transfers of these tasks As it should be and so now we have this sort of black hole than a lot of these. Tighter has fallen into They've been they've been bred. Rapidly like said puppymills style For competiting for the this this business I mean one. Tighter cubs can potentially heels after a million dollars in revenue for us. I do so you know. They are huge moneymakers but then they get into expensive and I send them somewhere And that's when they fall into by call and who is responsible for enforcing these use sucked about you. Talk a lot about the animal welfare. Act IS IT at a state levels at a federal level. Are they doing enough? It seems like it's pretty lax and this is where I know you get involved but who is trying to deal with this puppy mill style. A breeding tigers. Who's out there? Trying to enforce this patchwork of laws there. Two primary federal laws that pertain to the The use of tigers in slices and cub petting the first one is federal animal welfare. Act THAT I mentioned it's enforced by the US Department of Agriculture. Or you know ostensibly enforced and the Animal Welfare Act if it doesn't have tigers regulations so it's not like it has requirements that Relate to specific complex needs of a cat. It's regulations like making sure. Animals have water food space to stand up turnaround the white down. They see that every now and then so the regulations that they're really like very low threshold regulation. There are only about one hundred. Usda inspector for over five thousand regulated emphases and so..
"carney" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Carney hospital in Dorchester where the preparations are well under way and they would not allow stepping up a notch as you pull up to Cardi off Dorchester AB you'll notice a giant red tent by the emergency room there's a good reason why it's there so it's an outpatient laboratory testing station and a physician's order is all you need to come and have your corona virus tests being performed Dr Joseph wind speed as the chief medical officer at Stewart health they operate Carty and they just rolled out their expanded care for positive coronavirus test that includes getting tested to begin with with this new adaptation tend to buy the ER unit people who have a physician's order can come to the hospital have their laboratory work performed and then go home and wait for those results to a car they're also going to have specific parts of the hospital dedicated to corona virus care on top of their regular hospital operations at Carney hospital in Dorchester Jim McKay WBZ Boston news radio a milestone moment in the effort to halt the spread of the virus A. B. C.'s which Johnson explains a major step toward a possible vaccine volunteer Jennifer holler getting the first injection in Seattle as part of that clinical trial everybody's feeling so helpless right now and I realize that there was something that I could do to help the vaccine still not expected to be available to the public for at least a year they're testing a vaccine made by Cambridge based modern up twelve thirty eight time for a check on Wall Street with Bloomberg here's Andro day direct help from the fed for U. S. businesses suddenly suffering amid the virus is choosing a strong performance for stocks right now the Dow up six hundred twenty seven nasdaq gaining three hundred thirty four as a B. five hundred up one oh five is the fed restarts a financial crisis era program giving businesses access to short term credit at cap rates talk from the president that the airline industry will be quote in good shape is prompting a barrage of buy orders for battered carriers enough to force the temporary halting and trades for stocks in delta United and American earlier today industry group the international air transport association said airlines collectively likely need to be bailed out to the tune of a hundred fifty to two hundred billion dollars right now the Dow gaining six hundred nine antero day Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston news radio more on the sad news for patriots fans coming up in sports this is tomorrow's technology today brought to you by Toyota a Quincy based medical technology company has adapted three D. printing into healthcare with the goal of helping surgeons better do their jobs and we've done that by printing tissue like anatomical twins with the goal that we're giving physicians a platform to train on the device then rehearsed procedures Caroline disaster with bio medics says a three D. duplicate of the patient's organs gives a surgeon the opportunity to practice what could be a difficult procedure so I always say it myself or a loved one had to.