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"carris" Discussed on WTOP
"GOP's Mitchell Miller was watching. As the subject of the spread of the Corona virus at the White House came up. We're about freedom and respecting the freedom of the American. Let's talk about respecting the American people. In the midst of the given Take moderator Susan Page had appointed question about the so called Super spreader event in the Rose Garden for the Supreme Court nominee. No social distancing few Mass. She asked why Americans should follow guidelines if the White House doesn't vice president pants. Many of the people who were at that events isn't actually were tested for Corona virus, and it was an outdoor event, but there was also in Indoor event, and Senator Harris says overall, the administration has fallen short. The American people have had to sacrifice far too much because of the incompetence of this administration. Mitchell Miller. W T o p New So some questions for you our listeners this morning. What did you think about the debate? Did you learn anything? Will it sway your vote? You can call us on the W T o p TalkBack line and let us know it's 8442821035 again. 8442821035. Or you can send us your thoughts through the W T. O p with the new school year, Well underway. We have the latest on what many public school students can expect about a return to classrooms. Prince William County Public schools welcomes a pre K and kindergarten students back in November 1st graders following a month and 2nd 3rd graders in January, according to Inside Nova November, 16th is the day public elementary schools in Arrundell County. We'll welcome pre K 1st and 2nd grade students. Along with those enrolled in early childhood intervention programs to classrooms a week later than the previous timeline. And in Frederick County, the all virtual model public schools began the school year with will continue until at least the end of the semester. That small W GOP News, the superintendent of Alexandria Public schools, has enrolled his high school age daughter in a private Catholic school. But Gregory Hutchins wouldn't say whether that decision was made because the school system he leads on Lee teaches students. Virtually his daughter school operates under a hybrid learning model. Hutchings told the student newspaper theology that it's a very personal family decision. It wasn't taken lightly. In a statement, he said the decision doesn't affect his commitment to public education. The Alexandria School board is considering renaming T C. Williams High School because Williams was a segregationist is part of the process, which will stretch well into next year. Black and Brown students are sharing their experiences at the school, Gina Russo says. As Thie Onley black student in an advanced placement class. She didn't want to show her face on zoom at the virtual start of the school year. I knew I was the only black student and me showing my face on camera. Which is Look would cause a lot of things that I didn't want to go through. Karam Burgess says. Students of color are discouraged from applying for the talented and gifted program if that does not change any time soon. The tag program No longer is a tag program, but it is a white student program. Gregory Hutchings, Alexandria School superintendent, told students. I just appreciate that you had the candor and that you had the courage to be able to tell your story. Michelle Bash W. T O P News tomb or student forums will be held over the next two weeks. Still to come here. Virginia prepares to ban Chokeholds by police at 607, Today's innovation and government report highlights the government's modernization opportunities. Mori Haber, the chief technology officer and chief information security officer at Beyond Trust, says agencies have toe lock down more than just employees identities to stop hackers once they gain access to the humans account, they want to escalate privileges. If you're doingood identity in account management, that user on Lee has a Finite set of systems they can hear. However, if they can scrape memory for malware, keystroke logger any of the advanced attack techniques. They're going to look for accounts that have global or more than one system access. That's how they're going to get lateral movement. They're going to use those vulnerability accounts. They're going to use those malware service accounts. They're going to use other types of credentials and even tokens or certificates that are present that give him a more broader access into the environment. Let be on trust sale point, Cara Soft and their reseller partners help you imagine But your agency is capable of learn more at carris off dot com slash innovation. Six Away Get a drain cleaning for only $99. Traffic and weather on the eights. The Jack Taylor in the traffic center. It sounds like everything's on the shoulders. You run on to 70 going north bound in Maryland. Frederick approach I 70 There've been reports of a tractor trailer crashed Really not causing any kind of a slowdown and your works on in Myersville may have cleared I 70 going west after 17. Through the overnight It was just a left lane getting by. There's virtually no slowdown right now between Hagerstown and Frederick and back, You should find your lanes open, also on 70 continuing eastbound toward Baltimore. You should find nothing in your way. We're quiet between the Beltway's right now on 95 in the Baltimore Washington Parkway, there was an early delay, leaving 95 headed onto the out of them toward New Hampshire Avenue earlier. Waze users had reported an accident. But the delay has eased. This may literally have been offender. Bender traded some paint, traded some information and possibly moved on inter loop of the Beltway is good to go at a college park all the way down toward the Wilson Bridge. Still quiet between northeast in the Bay Bridge, Riding east or west on 50. The Jon Hansen highway Nice ride in Virginia right now between Alexandria and McClane, Inner and Outer Live all the work. I was on the outer loop from Thyssen's headed toward Springfield through the overnight that has cleared 95 going in the South bound direction, headed towards 17 and found with look for work. Stone block in the right lane North bound. 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Quim Torra, the president of the regional government of Catalonia, has officially been disqualified from office
"Last November in the build up to a general election in Spain Kim Torah, the president of the Regional Government of Catalonia hung a banner on the building in which the government sits demanding the freedom of certain of his colleagues presently in prison or in exile, and what we are going to ask Mister Sanchez. Okay. Obviously and of repression to sit together in these table of negotiations with no conditions that means that we are going to put on. The table, these referendum, these right of Catalonia to self determination, and we want to ask Mr Scientific for the amnesty for our colleagues imprison this week. This act appears to have caused cream Torah his job Spain's Supreme Court has upheld a previous decision banning him from public office eighteen months a consequence of him disobeying an earlier court order to remove the poster which was held to violate election laws against displaying political materials in were indeed on public buildings. He was also fine. Thirty thousand euros treated to a judicial wigging for his quote stubborn blunt repeated and obstinate on quote refusal to do as he was told. Others naturally be afraid of these magistrates if the Supreme Court would decide whether to disqualify democratic and legitimate president for having defended freedom of expression justice prisoners, coalitions, and the return of the exiles these traits today have in their hands. Something much more important than my political futures wanted. Not For any banner. But for banner that defended the fundamental rights denied I mean stylish kitchen. Inevitably given the nature of populist nationalist movements of the tight which Mr Tara leads he and his supporters will regard this damnation as a ringing endorsement. The practical upshot of this decision is that Catalonia has a new acting president, vice president and Economy Minister Arrogance and the Embassy of Catalan independence have been stoked once again with potentially combustible consequences. For Listeners who've been sufficiently bewildered by recent global events that decathlon succession crisis feels like something that happened circa the battle of Salamanca as opposed to three years ago a brisk recap is possibly in order. In October, two thousand and seventeen, the procession regional government of Catalonia through a referendum on independence. This vote had already been declared illegitimate by Spain's national government ruled illegal by Spain's constitutional. Court. and was widely boycotted by pro unionists within Catalonia. What they are pushing is not democracy it's a mockery of democracy travesty of democracy. Referendum do not equal or do not equate democracy. The result was ninety percent in favor of independence but on a turnout of only forty three percent. Nevertheless on October twenty, seventh, two, thousand and Seventeen Catalonia's parliament. Independence Solutia. The COLOSIO Delta repetant parliamentary get rather sit down. Though in Punta. The worst Zimba. Spain's national government was unimpressed by this and accordingly sacked Catalonia's leaders dissolved its parliament and instituted direct rule from Madrid Catalonia's. Can Preach Demont and a few other putative architects of the Catalan nation skipped the country. Wisely, it turned out those who stayed were arrested and charged with treason several received hefty prison sentences including Catalan vice president, Auriol Carris, currently serving thirteen years. President preached amount remains in exile in Belgium from where he has managed to get elected to European Parliament as a representative of Spain Vice? President John Carey has also been elected to European Parliament although for obvious reasons is yet take his seat. Absolutely none of which has caused the idea of Catalan independence to go away at least not entirely though recent polls do suggest dwindling enthusiasm for the idea from nearly forty nine percent at the time of the referendum to perhaps forty two percent. Now, President Torre has strongly suggested that regional elections may be held early in two thousand, twenty one, which he is already framing as a choice as he puts it between democracy and freedom or repression and imposition. The, difficulty with this argument is that in the present dispensation, Catalonia is not short of either democracy or freedom. It is the richest part of what is by global standards a wealthy country. It enjoys considerable autonomy electing its own parliament flying signed flag, speaking its own language, controlling its own police and many of the public services, including schools and healthcare. The Catalan independence movement often looks and sounds less like some heroic struggle to slough off a brutal imperialist yoke. The net does populist insurrection like Brexit, another self indulgent tantrum thrown by the complacent citizens of a prosperous and orderly nation rebelling against some imaginary tyranny door is breaking. Independent United Kingdom. The difference of course is that Mr Torah his colleagues and supporters do have a case on the repression and imposition front as well. The referendum of two thousand and seventeen was a stunt which all, but begged Madrid to overreact and indeed. Did Not just in its heavy-handed persecutions of the independence movements, ringleaders. But in the ham-fisted response of the National Police and Guardia Civil, which left hundreds of pro-independence protestors injured and Spain's government looking like exactly the authoritarian overlords that Catalonia's government was accusing them of being. Versus the cycle of Grievance keeps turning in firing president. Torres Spain might be about to discover again the folly of punishing those who want to be punished.
"carris" Discussed on WTOP
"Approval, which includes a seating chart once approved it, Dr Earl's daughter, director of the office. Of emergency management and Homeland Security, said outdoor concerts could be permitted within a week. The county is also considering allowing alcohol sales to go past 10 PM If business is up to do that, they'd have to have someone on site to monitor compliance with physical distancing and mask wearing Kate Ryan w T o P News, D C is also holding in Phase two in all of Virginia is in Phase three. Public health officials say you shouldn't go to work if you have or may have been exposed to go with 19. But in many cases that means not getting paid. The bill by Prince William County delegate Elizabeth Guzman would have required employers to provide up to two weeks of paid sick leave for quarantine workers, She said. An employee shouldn't have to choose between a paycheck and further spreading the Corona virus. But Senate Minority Leader Tom and Norman called the bill insensitive to the physical stress that Virginia businesses are experiencing during the pandemic, and we have no business, placing additional stress on our businesses during this period of time. Afterward, Guzman called the vote to defeat the bill. Dangerous to public health and a slap in the face too hard Working Virginians. Dear Lord, consisting, W T O p knows coming up after traffic and weather vaccination rates among kids in the area are way down. It's 707. Today's innovation and government report highlights the government's modernization opportunities. Jason Cory, the senior director for emerging technologies at Red Hat, says the concept of open source isn't just for software development anymore. Because such great software has been developed via these team effort. Apologies. Now People are really opening up the Apertura. How could be applied to other areas of the organization driving that adaptability and I think that's a really important term right is Happy to be more adaptive and be faster. So most of what we see around our technology. We deliver platforms predominately right that we help customers build capabilities on top of those, but a lot of them about increasing data driven decision or increasing, like speed capability with fielding of a certain capability, both in civilian or the deal of the markets. Let red hat Cara soft and their reseller partners help you imagine what your agency is capable of. Learn more at carris off dot com slash innovation. I'm John Doman. I'm a reporter and anchor and an editor.
"carris" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"After struggling from the four throughout the first three quarters, doing again and outstanding job distributing the ball making passes, setting up teammates but hasn't been able to score with all this attention. Can he get it going in the fourth quarter? You feel like then it's this is the biggest key of all. Can you be the closer Can he be the closer? Again, He might get so much attention. It has to make passes. But can he be the guy? That's the difference maker that controls the action yet free throw missed by Carris. He's up to 31 minutes right now. Well, he just play right through this fourth quarter. How quickly will Jared Allen be back on the floor below cabarets played well, but he's got £5 free throw missed by Laverty misses a pair. That there's a chance to tie or take the lead with three is 10 10 to go in the fourth quarter. And lead a dribble handoff, pal. Action up top for Matt Thomas moves it left for Vanvleet being hounded by Harris leads switched off with fruits on him. Left to the lane crossover, lost it off his leg out of bounds. They say that it was hit in the leg of crude said about Four seconds on the clock right now. Family, Tio inbound left baseline bouncing at the Ram Powell turnaround fade away left. Elaine is good. What a difference maker he has been for this wrapped her team. He's up to 16 points. Game tied at 89 40 to go with the fourth. Next to the ball. Laverty out of the right weight. Kick it in the corner Talent Chancellor Open three, and it's good for Tyler Johnson. He's got 10 timely. Tyler Johnson, Big big basket, another delivery by lover and lead attacking around Laverne. Nobody standing between him in the room, and he's able to get an easy layup. Easy past that time, all the way to the room. 83 80 to Brooklyn Libert around a screen, but it's an illegal screen that foul on rodeo fruits and that has gotta be down. Shaken up. 9 19 to go in the fourth, the Nets more than 83 82 leads Told aggressive screen biker routes, his second personal and his shoulder went into the face of an Obie did not appreciate it. There's no reason for that, either. I mean, who's going to set a solid screen? Didn't need the lunch. They're going to check and look at this, I think, see if it's a flagrant I'm gonna review receiving meets the criteria for flagrant and an O B. It 67 to 32. There's a chiseled thick player. Now he started to walk toward the mid court line where the officials have to get between him and roadie. We always talk about road he gets under people's skin. We don't always know why, at times because it's a little bit more discreet. I'm talking right now. My point on giving you the The physical statistics on an obeah is you kind of brace for the impact a little bit, You know, I mean, I have a big coming actually. You're sort of bracing for that impact. Perhaps that's why Brody got to shoulder down a bit and get called for the foul. But again, they're reviewing this to make sure he's not a flagrant, his shoulder hit the face of an Innova. It was an aggressive he did throw the shoulder. And again, I think Delivered a roadie Does everything aggressively except Yeah, but you got to execute in the fourth quarter right now and again. The fouls are piling up for the nets. You gotta be smarter Net make solid plays..
Reproducing Deep Learning Models
"I'm Rajiv Shah I'm a data scientist within a robot I'm also an assistant adjunct professor the University of Illinois Chicago so we're going to the fields that study earthquakes and things like that my background doesn't overlap with any earthquake studies but I do have quite a bit of a variety of background where I started off is an engineering didn't WanNa do engineering wet and studied philosophy studied law ended up getting a communications PhD did research for a number of years as an academic back then later switched over into data science and of worked at places like State Farm Caterpillar and then my Kern employer is data robot in terms of like deep learning are there any particular I know it can be applied so many places do you have a particular affinity for applying it to any types of problems or industries or things like that you know there's so many as you can do with deep learning I've played around with deep learning for example applying it to motion data that comes out of the NBA where players move around the court lots of other cool things you can do with images with video as well for example the motion tracking of how you can watch how people's arms and legs move in those posed let's think are totally fascinating a cool so I'll ask a somewhat rhetorical question but is all this deep learning stuff for real is a smoke and mirrors a can this technology really things for us the power of deep learning has really enabled us to now build so much better predictive models when it comes to areas like images video so what's unlocked a lot but on the other hand it hasn't overtaken everything one of the things we often teach folks to do is we often start with a very simple model then go to a more complex model in the cases of areas like images and videos simple models just don't work that well compared to the more complex deep learning models makes sense so as you've pointed out we've seen some really amazing developments from this science but certainly it's not a miracle cure which kind of leads us into our primary discussion Paper came out in nature that caught your attention for those who may not have read it could you share a quick synopsis of what you read there this was a paper published in nature and it used deep learning to study aftershock patterns following large earthquakes and so the idea here was we had different data about earthquakes we wanted to be able to classify identify whether or not aftershocks are likely to happen so I don't have a sufficient background in that area to really kind of just it from first principles if someone said they were using deep learning to predict lottery numbers I can discount it immediately if they said they were using it to predict the stock market I'M GONNA scratch my head for a while what was your impression about the possibility of using deep learning to solve problems like this no I was very excited when I read the paper being able to take deep learning to be able to solve a very complex phenomena like earthquakes but what happened is as soon as I started taking a look kind of a careful look at the paper I noticed that although they jumped straight to using a six layer deep learning neural network they didn't include things that typically most data scientists include such as a baseline model that simple starting point and how much better their model is then that simple starting point and so that got me kind of scratching my head wondering how much value was the deep learning model adding in this case Gotcha so that process you're describing of start with the simple model seems like skipped ahead in this paper is that one way to look at it yeah exactly that's that's how I kind of read it when I didn't see any simple baselines or that one thing that doesn't I get asked about deep learning because it sort of purports to do feature engineering for you in a way but machine learning one of its the big challenges are big secrets to making it work in my experience has been very clever feature engineering did they do anything like that or do you have a sense even in general if someone working on a simple model what sorts of things is might they wanna know that would be helpful in predicting earthquakes so this is an area where I was out of my domain. I'm not earthquake researcher so having that local knowledge at subject matter expertise to be able to figure out what types of features to engineer for example to improve the performance of this was something outside of my scope okay so I think I'm trying to think of comparable problems I started thinking about the weather and it's you know it's apples to oranges in a way but if someone said predict the weather tomorrow I would give them a lot of plausibility if they said they could predict the weather on today's date ten years from now much harder hill the swallow can we explore the gravity of the claims made in the paper what exactly were they. Predicting the paper isn't just trying to predict the likelihood of an earth quake which you might see something like a weather event which might be very difficult to predict but they were looking at aftershock patterns after a large earthquake the business a bit more of a tractable problem to be able to use a predictive model for I've seen a lot of projects which are sort of they begin as copy and paste jobs right you take her has netter some established deep learning architecture and you throw it at a problem and maybe you volve it I'm not saying that's the right technique that's technique I often see followed did this six layer model that they were using did it follow any of those patterns that listeners might be familiar with so for someone inclined to use deep learning that the the approach that they use was not unexpected in terms of using tools like carris to build a neural network maybe repeatedly adding layers until got a suitably high performance Gotcha end what did they report that empirically in terms of the results they generated so there was a number of different results that they generated but with him was a metric for how accurate the model was with an a you see of about point eight five eight UC is one of those numbers that I know it's definition it kind of like a Pearson's are coefficient I never know sort of what context to put that in could you in layman's term say like the impressiveness of the model or something along those lines well I think the impressiveness always comes from when you have another benchmark to compare it so here the UC of point eight five was appeared to kind of a naive benchmark of a very simple physical model approach so not a machine learning model but a physical model approach that had a benchmark of about point five eight and you see for those folks that are unfamiliar with they you see the quick synopsis of it as you see goes between point five for random to one for we've completely predicted every instance correctly so that difference between point five eight two point eight five is a sizable jumping performance yeah absolutely in fact one that we don't often see without incremental jumps in my experience if I think of things like image net or whatnot so when they were reporting all those details you pointed out something that was especially interesting to me how did the training and test sets turn out in terms of performance after I read the paper I started to dig into it a little bit because I want to see could for example improve upon the performance of the model as I started digging into it one of the things I noticed is that when I built the models that the performance on my test said actually was much higher than the training set and this is the train test set that the authors had used now for those folks who have done machine learning for a while no that that performance the much higher on your tests that data which your algorithm hasn't seen before is much better than what you've trained on that's an issue that's kind of a very yellow red flag that there's something going on wrong with your model your models shouldn't be able to learn more than you've already taught it although I have found that uh-huh deep learning practitioners have a a bit of folk wisdom that especially I see this and the image recognition community that the network is sort of a louder expected to over fit just a little bit in the sense that maybe you know if you're doing some sort of face project with faces it's actually going to over fit slash memorize of those faces while at the same time learning the underlying manifold of of features if you will and so I don't know if you approve of that point of view but do you find that that's is common and if so would you give a certain amount of slack maybe not as much as the authors wanted to take but how much slack do you think before we get the yellow flag yeah ah that's a little bit of a different thing over fitting is when we learn and memorize training data but then when we try the new data it doesn't work as well here was the opposite when the model learned the trading data it actually did much better when we gave it new test data the reason for this is what we call leakage that there's been some information that has leaked between the training time over to the test time and that's what's causing a much higher performance the test set and are there any formal ways we can measure that leakage typically one of the techniques says we just look at that difference in performance I mean anytime your model Doug better on data hasn't seen before compared to the data it has been is a red flag
Friendlys Fire: Sudden Store Closings Spark Fury
"This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by zero to show a brand new podcast from octa. Every successful entrepreneur follows a different path. Learn how to forge your own by listening two zero two zero wherever you get your podcasts. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business words daily on this Monday, April fifteenth, there are a whole lot of things happening today. It's tax day patriot's day and the one hundred and twenty second Boston marathon, even for non runners the marathon is an institution viewing it or watching the barrage of ads for footwear, athletic, clothing, and sports drinks can inspire even the most dedicated couch potato to go out for a jog. Well, maybe not the most dedicated couch potato for those of us who rather sit than sprint friendly's, the iconic east coast ice cream chain is offering a celebrate Tori marathon Sunday. So what makes it a marathon Sunday? Try twenty six point two ounces of ice cream. That's one ounce for every mile of the marathon, the six coupe red white and blue patriots Sunday costs almost ten dollars will only be offered today in friendlies Massachusetts stores. Offering marathon theme. Treat is counter intuitive and gives friendly's chance of standing out from the outdoor branding mania surrounding the race. But friendly's has been facing just about as many rivals as any top marathon runner from traditional competitors. Like restaurant chain Bob Evans to a multitude of healthier fast, casual restaurants as a result. What's going on in the friendly's boardroom is well anything but friendly in early April at about the same time that it announced its gigantic Sunday friendlies abruptly closed twenty three restaurants in New England and upstate New York, reportedly without warning employees. I the closure sparked controversy over whether the company had complied with federal law requiring sixty days notice of an eminent layoff friendly's owned by a private equity firm has been on a downward slide for years in the last decade is closed more than three hundred locations leaving it today with one hundred seventy four while every company has its own management. Uh-huh. Friendly's is also struggling with dynamics that are squeezing big food brands everywhere. It's an ice cream and burger place in an era when families are searching out healthier lighter foods, it's been in and out of chapter eleven bankruptcy protection. In the last several years. The company says the closures are intended to help the chain and its latest rebranding effort, but the term challenges friendly's faces could be the eighty year old chains. Heartbreak hill. Romm wondering this is business wars daily take a second away from that. I r s deadline and rate and review our show on your favorite podcast Appalachia. We promise it's a heck of a lot easier than those taxes. Thanks bunch. David brown. See you tomorrow. Businessworld daily is brought to you by zero to PO a brand new podcast from octa a lot of startup stories. Just focus on the big wins. But being an entrepreneur heart, and it can be lonely. If all you ever hear about others, crushing it in zero to PO, you'll hear about the different stages of business growth, and the blood, sweat, and tears. It took for some of the world's most successful. Entrepreneurs to get where they are today. People like VC's, Mark Andriessen, and Ben Horowitz, and Netflix is potty mcchord zero IPO is hosted by Frederick Carris co-founder of octa and Joshua Davis, contributing editor at wired the conversations they have are candid and the learnings are invaluable. You can listen to zero to wherever you get your podcast.
Going Bananas: Chiquita Launches New Snapchat Filters
"This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by zero to show a brand new podcast from octa. Every successful entrepreneur follows a different path. Learn how to forge your own by listening two zero two zero wherever you get your podcasts. From one I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily. It's friday. And that means it's time for dancing bananas. We like to think receives about business here, but we couldn't help but chuckle over the campaign Chiquita is rolling out to celebrate world banana day, which is next Wednesday April seventeenth the one hundred fifty year old banana producers been moving swiftly into the twenty first century embracing both Snapchat and augmented reality in its efforts to get teens and young adults to eat more of America's most popular fruit through the end of may the blue sticker on Chiquita's bananas. We'll be adorned with one of three Snapchat snap codes for you, Snapchat, novices out there that means if you have Snapchat on your phone, you can scan the sticker in one of three augmented reality scenarios will play out, according to the company one Lynn's will turn you into a dancing banana character on Snapchat. Another transforms your. Face into Chiquita banana and third game. Fide? Snapchat, lens invites you to catch falling bananas to score points. Sure. It's silly. But the campaign which will appear on two hundred million bananas underscores a couple of trends one is that marketings becoming more and more interactive. But more accompany can get you to engage with something. Instead of just looking at it, the more interest in loyalty, you might feel at least that's the idea and snap Chatters share their activities widely meaning campaigns like this have the potential to create huge ripple effects on social media tiny banana, stickers that turns out our huge business that you keep us nap chat campaign rivals Dole's current heroic effort dole began piggybacking off the captain marvel movie release in March stickers on millions of it's bananas depict comic book and real life heroes, including women farmers anti-hunger activists and more through the end of may like Chiquita the does. Promotion, which includes recipes inspired by comic book. Superheroes. Intended to get shoppers to spread the word through social media peo- back these playful promotional campaigns. And there's a lot of steak. Both companies are vying for the growing organic market, and though the sweet fruit is easy to sell. Neither rival wants to let their produce lose the spot of top banana. I'm wondering this is business wars daily. This week's episodes were written edited and produced by lane Appleton brand Emma Cortlandt is our editor and producer. Our executive producer is Marshall Louis created by or non Lopez for wondering, I'm David Brown. See next week. Business wars daily is brought to you by zero to PO a brand new podcast from octa a lot of startup stories. Just focus on the big wins. But being an entrepreneur is hard, and it can be lonely. If all you ever hear about his others, crushing it in zero to IPO, you'll hear about the different stages of business growth, and the blood, sweat, and tears. It took for some of the world's most successful. Entrepreneurs to get where they are today. People like VC's, Mark, Andrew Jackson, and Ben Horowitz, and Netflix is Patty mcchord zero IPO is hosted by Frederick Carris co-founder of octa and Joshua Davis, contributing editor at wired the conversations they have are candid and the learnings are invaluable. You can listen to zero to wherever you get your podcasts.
FDA, Activists Pressure Walgreens to Stop Cigarette Sales
"This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by zero to show a brand new podcast from octa. Every successful entrepreneur follows a different path. Learn how to forge your own by listening two zero two zero wherever you get your podcasts. From wondering, I'm David Brown and this business wars daily on this Thursday, April eleven Walgreen cigarette. Sales could go away in a puff of smoke outgoing FDA. Chief Scott Gottlieb has been criticizing the country's biggest pharmacy chain for continuing to sell cigarettes. In February Gottlieb issued harsh criticism to Walgreens over its high volume of illegal sales of cigarettes to minors. Twenty two percent of its stores were found with sold cigarettes to teenagers in most states the legal age to buy tobacco is eighteen. Now. Some activist investors are pressuring Walgreens to stop selling cigarettes altogether saying cigarette sales put their money at risk of lawsuits. So far, Walgreens says no it has no plans to quit CEO Stefan persona says customers demand cigarettes rival CVS ended. It's cigarette. Sales in twenty fourteen attempting to reposition itself as a health and wellness company. CVS says that choice cost the chain about two billion dollars a year in sales. And here's the rub Walgreens just posted its worst quarter in four years, although sales were up they still didn't meet Wall Street's expectations. Last year. Walgreens announced it would cut costs by a billion dollars by the end of twenty twenty one following its flagging second quarter results at tightened the screws, even more. Now, the company is cutting costs by one and a half billion dollars. Walgreens, doesn't say how much money it makes from cigarettes. Although it does say sales have been falling still when it comes to smoking. Walgreens is caught between a rock and hard place on the one hand it may need its existing tobacco sales on the other hand like CVS Walgreens is trying desperately. To become a health centre rather than it retailer, prosciutto the Wall Street Journal last week. He says future success will Bank on its in-house healthcare clinics and lab testing, not it's retail side. Critics have all green cigarette policy point to the obvious conflict between cigarettes and Walgreens efforts to serve chronically ill patients the company which has ten thousand US locations is piloting tobacco-free stores at about eighteen of them to see how customers react a twenty seventeen study showed that when CVS stop selling cigarettes smoking fell by statistically, significant margins. Whether or not Walgreens, stop selling cigarettes, probably won't move the needle on its financial health the strategic problems facing both Walgreens and CVS are far bigger than the cigarette business. But the issue is a huge public health concern last year the surgeon general declared teen e cigarette use epidemic for Walgreens, it's a branding problem. Will consumers close their rise to the conflict between offering healthcare services and selling cigarettes for the ailing pharmacy chain this issue isn't likely to evaporate quickly. From wondering this is business wars daily. We hope our daily episodes light you up tell us. Why don't you tweet us? Your thoughts about this episode at business wars and thanks alive. I'm David Brown. Businessworld daily is brought to you by zero to PO a brand new podcast from octa a lot of startup stories just focus on the big wins. But being an entrepreneurs hard, and it can be lonely. If all you ever hear about his others, crushing it in zero to PO, you'll hear about the different stages of business growth, and the blood, sweat, and tears. It took for some of the world's most successful entrepreneurs to get to where they are today. People like VC's, Mark Andriessen, and Ben Horowitz, and Netflix is Patty mcchord zero IPO is hosted by Frederick Carris co-founder of octa and Joshua Davis, contributing editor at wired the conversations they have are candid and the learnings are invaluable. You can listen to zero to wherever you get your podcast.
Sweet Sorrow: Kelloggs Says Ciao to Keebler, Famous Amos
"This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by zero to show a brand new podcast from octa. Every successful entrepreneur follows a different path. Learn how to forge your own by listening two zero two zero wherever you get your podcasts. From wondering, I'm David Brown and this business wars daily on this Wednesday. April tenth brace yourself. This episode could make you hungry for the next. Couple of minutes will be talking chocolate. But cookie business has become one big chess game last week Italian company Ferreiro announced it's buying Keebler and famous Amos cookies from Kellogg. Yes. The Keebler elves are legally any way moving to Italy Ferraro is spending one point three billion dollars to spirit the elves across the pond famous Amos and Kellogg unit that bake some girl scout cookies, we'll go with them Forero known for its new Tele hazelnut spread is quickly becoming one of America's sweetest sweets companies. This is the fourth American cookie or candy brand. It's eaten up since twenty seventeen. Ferreiro bought Nestle's candy division little over a year ago. Those Keebler elves will be joining baby Ruth butterfinger. And many other delicious American trifles. So what's going on Kellogg admits that it was starving? Those poor elves and Amos of resources it was pouring its efforts and money into treats that have sweeter returns on investment from pop tarts to Pringles Kellogg. I started shopping the brands in November it's been trying to figure out how to spur Americans lagging appetites for snacks from big old brand names. In fact, it's been a rough patch for most consumer packaged goods companies. According to NPR, young shoppers, simply aren't brand loyal the way baby boomers were for Kellogg. That means the Keebler name no longer pools. It's weight as American shoppers are increasingly avoiding processed foods Kellogg in its competitors. Are pulling their hair out at least sixteen consumer packaged goods CEO's had left their jobs between twenty sixteen and twenty eighteen the Wall Street Journal reported presumably. They were failing at or exhausted from trying to kick start growth, but if it were just the shift toward healthier food that was hurting cookie sales. Why would Herero be sweetening? It's own desert portfolio apparently will still indulge plenty, especially if the quality is high for railroad specializes in improving tired brands in February and relaunched Nestle's one hundred year old butterfinger candy Barr with more chocolate and no hydrogenated oils. So Ferreiro sees a huge opportunity in our collective sweet tooth as does delay international. Jones. The Oreo Mondays spending more than two billion dollars to buy those yummy. Danish butter cookies dance or rather maker the Kelsen group from Campbell Soup. Campbell's is another legacy food brand that's been struggling to reshuffle. Its portfolio Monday is also buying Australian cookie maker or. Or should we be calling them biscuits? So cookies are not being flattened by celery and carrots, there's still a lot of money to be made in indulgences, but selling them is harder than it's ever been. Which is why cookie chess his getting so aggressive? From wondering this is business wars daily. Hey before you run off to that mid morning snack. Take a second Llosa five star rating on your favorite podcast app for us. That'd be a better gift of box chocolates bags. I'm David Brown. We'll see you tomorrow. Businessworld daily is brought to you by zero to PO a brand new podcast from octa a lot of startup stories. Just focus on the big wins. But being an entrepreneur's heart. And it can be lonely. If all you ever hear about his others, crushing it in zero to PO, you'll hear about the different stages of business growth, and the blood, sweat, and tears. It took for some of the world's most successful entrepreneurs to get to where they are today. People like the Mark Andriessen, and Ben Horowitz, and Netflix is Patty mcchord zero IPO is hosted by Frederick Carris co-founder of octa and Joshua Davis, contributing editor at wired the conversations they have are candid and the learnings are invaluable. You can listen to zero to wherever you get your podcasts.
"carris" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Correspondent Carris canal has more allegations of extortion of Nike threatening them that he would go public with damaging information just before the earnings call and before the start of the tournament if he was not paid multimillion dollars as much as twenty five million dollars. Keep parenting was in talks with someone who had had a relationship with Nike. Who wanted to put forth? Some negative information about the sneaker company says avenue was arrested just afternoon today in midtown. I was about an hour before an hour after he tweeted that he'd be holding a news conference to disclose what he called a major high school college basketball scandal about Nike. Wins. News time to all three. People hoping the light up a joint legally in New Jersey sometime this year, we'll have to wait. Some more scheduled volts in Trenton today on a legalization measure have been cancelled. Let's get more. Now, a live report from the ten ten wins news room in our Sonia. Rincon New Jersey state Senate president Steve Sweeney has spoken in the last hour saying he believes marijuana will be legalized in New Jersey one way or another. But today the measure needed Twenty-one votes to pass the state Senate, and according to nj dot com. It had only seventeen state Senator supporting it despite having enough votes to pass the assembly and governor Phil Murphy's support in the assembly speaker Craig Coughlin also issued a statement saying he too is disappointed but saying supporters of recreational marijuana New Jersey move closer to their goal than ever before. He said today does not Mark the end of the process or effort. This Bill would have taxed regulated and legalized recreational marijuana for adults twenty one and older Sweeney has. Said he would not reschedule the vote until after the elections in November. It's not clear yet. If it could happen sooner. He says he'll do it when he has the twenty one votes. Reporting live, Sonia Rincon,.
Supreme Court lets mystery company file appeal under seal
"On police. The supreme court says a mystery company fighting a subpoena from the special counsels. Russia probe can present written arguments today asking the justices to take up their appeal. Correspondent Carris canal reports even a redac-. Acted court filing could tell more about the company is identity, and what Robert Muller's people want not taking us up on the merits that. They're saying that this mysterious company. Foreign government owns can file their arguments them under seal, but we'll have to explain some
"carris" Discussed on KCRW
"On the federal court case over whether the US census should include a question about citizenship. A federal judge in New York blocked, the Trump administration's plan to put that question on the twenty twenty cents is the case will likely be appealed. But advocates say there's already a lot of mistrust of the census within immigrant communities. The walls Tanya Carris has been reporting on this. So we're talking about immigrants in the United States have frayed to fill out the census, what does that fear based on Tanya? So a lot of that fear is just based on the political nature of immigration right now and the mistrust between immigrants and the government and for the last couple of years, you know, we've had advocates telling people not to answer the door because it could be ice. And so if a census worker to come to the door to try to conduct a census because sometimes they do that are people having entered the mail in question people will be unlikely to to answer. Right. So no Albright, LA Puerta, the big warning could be anybody. So in the past what has the census bureau done to encourage immigrants to fill out the census well in two thousand and in two thousand ten the census bureau worked with ice and its predecessor agency, the INS to make sure that there were no immigration enforcement raids during the census taking and so that was supposed to calm people's fears about, you know, somebody coming to the door to deport them. They also had a lot more effort to hire non-citizens as census workers to encourage their own communities to fill out the census, and there were also just more reassurances from the government that personal information would be walled off. So this question about citizenship used to be part of the US census decades ago and the information was used in a way, apparently that harmed imigrants tell us what you've learned so information from the one thousand nine hundred forty cents was actually. Used to round up Japanese-Americans and put them into internment camps. And that is something that the census bureau director from two thousand has admitted that that took place, and so even though a lot has changed. There's way more confidentiality. But there's still that fear like that has happened before right? Facts always matter, of course. But for the census, what impact does it have on immigrant communities? If people are not counted accurately. So it actually doesn't just impact immigrant communities. It affects anybody living in the community that they live in. So the census which counts everyone living in the United States. No matter their legal status. It counts for things like congressional district during it is what is used to allocate federal resources for things like healthcare, infrastructure planning and federally funded research. And so it really hurts any community not just grants the world's Tanya Carris, thanks for explaining this to us and for your reporting..
"carris" Discussed on Mixergy
"I mean when I hear watches that they got great media. So they had this big huge. Just you get excited for them. And I do too. Yes. And that's the part where I listen to Carris wishers interviews a lot, and she is so like pissed off attack and jaded by everything and everyone is like doing something wrong except for a couple of people, and they're probably doing more wrong things too. And I don't if I feel like if the opposite is being this really sharp critic of the guest or that's the alternative. I'm not ready to go there. I can live with me being a little too fawning. If I'm ever at a place where I'm interviewing people who I'm there to take down. I'm in the wrong like world. I I think that's necessary. But that's not me. I I wanna learn how to be better person by talking to people who I think of gotten better in certain places. So. I can learn from them. Yeah. Well, I think it's always good to be self-critical be constantly evaluating your approach in going to that effort to get somewhere. Critique you, but I wouldn't say that anybody would have that impression of you. Yeah. That's true. That's true. Also gotten really good at being myself and being okay with the aggressive part of my personality. I had this guy to a personality test on me. And in response to the interview that I did with Cameron Herold said listen before you hiring. What else have a personality test on yourself? And usually I would have said this Bs you're trying to sell me something this is hokey doesn't work. And then I read Dali's book the principles, and in it, he says, I would do an interview with with the potential higher, and I would do research, and I would have to take one of these tests. But if I had to pick one it would be the tests, but I'm glad I don't have to pick one. And I thought, hey, this guy's taken it seriously. So have this test done? I gotta get this guy's name. I actually have thought about having him on mixture so good. He read my soul to level. Where even I felt like my wife didn't know me and who's shocking, and he said look at these numbers, Andrew, there's this hidden aggression in you that you and then a bottling up. Of it inside. And I realize I should stop bottling it up. Maybe this is actually part of my personality should be across expressed in the interviews. And I think that helps interesting like an aggressive seeking information from people. No, more like. Like a level of avarice at a level of like determination, the thing that I don't relate to in Jason free book is he says in the in the latest book, it's called com. How to not run a crazy company something like that? Read book. He says you don't need to always aspired mortars be happy with where you are here. It's called. It doesn't have to be crazy at work com was the previous name of their book the previous name that they were thinking that book. And then he and David hammer Hansen said, you know, what that's not confrontational enough. Let's just go with it doesn't have to be crazy where anyway, but what I don't like is that he I don't relate to that. I know you go. I mean, you came to Austin we had dinner we had one with our team after doing all day kind of sit down growth business development thing in you at lunch. You were like driving driving it. Right..
"carris" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Is they watched Carris liver? Get wheeled off the court Monday in Minnesota. But a new day brought better than expected. News livered has a dislocated right foot. No fracture. No surgery needed. And it's possible. Avert will be back at full strength sometime this season the giants coming off their win over the forty Niners. Just their second victory the season ally. Manning led the team to go ahead. Touchdown in the final couple of minutes the quarterback. Happy to see their hard work payoff offense, the whole team everybody put in the effort. We just haven't been rewarded with the with the rewards of wins. In a good enough execution to the earth. Does win last night. We're able to do some good things. Spanning with Mike francesa yesterday on the fan. The giants host the bucks this Sunday NHL the devils after a one in six road trip found the friendly confines of the prudential center to their liking. So now, here's Taylor hall shot. Why? Taylor. Laughlin with the call Taylor hall, a breakaway putting the devils up three two in the third period. Hall finished with two goals and two assists jersey over the penguins. Four to two Keith Kincaid with twenty nine saves the staff to three game slide three first period goals, all they needed Tom coup. Nakal had the first two goal game of his career the aisles over the conducts in Brooklyn five to two with Thomas Greis stopping twenty two shots. Baseball's managers of the year the Braves Brian snicker and the as Bob Melvin Atlanta won ninety games and the NFL title Oakland. One ninety seven and earned an A L wildcard spot. College basketball, L I U B Fairfield by two I ONA came up seven shorts in New Mexico Wagner, easily over SUNY Cortlandt fifth-ranked, Tennessee by thirteen over Georgia Tech and the Rutgers women beat central Connecticut..
Carris Levert, Minnesota And NBA discussed on Joie Pags
"Three phases to the NBA scary scene in the nets T wolves game. Minnesota one one twenty to one thirteen but Brooklyn guard Carris Levert crash to the floor trying to block a shot late in the second quarter is right leg, bent awkwardly. As the game was delayed. Several minutes lavar taken off on a stretcher. Suffering a
Carris Levert, Brooklyn And NBA discussed on Steve Somers Show
"Marred by a scary looking right leg injury to Brooklyn's Carris Levert who's been establishing himself as a budding star in the NBA, though diagnosis has yet was taken straight to the hospital for examination the ngelo. Russell had a thirty one point nine for the nets canning a career high nine three
"carris" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Are turning to medical strategies that involve things like yoga, meditation and Caro Proctor complementary medicine because the practices are used alongside conventional medicine numbers from the national institutes of health say nearly. A third of all American adults are turning to healthcare approaches that are typically part of conventional medical care or have origins outside the usual western practices managing symptoms. Like pain is a frequent theme in the findings, meditation and chiropractors are more popular with adult women and kids about twelve percent at all are being treated with complementary cares. Well, I'm Jan Johnson creek Stephanos defeated Australia's LX Manar in four sets to win the next gen ATP finals in Milan, they tournament features the best under twenty one tennis players in the world said surpass pass was awarded this year's most improved player honored. I'm Barbara Kusak. Now, those Bloomberg sports update. It's now sixteen losses in their last nineteen games against the raptors for the next. They were beaten in Toronto one twenty eight to one twelve despite twenty-seven for Tim Hardaway junior, the raptors have won six straight. They're twelve and one on the season, Steph curry and Draymond green. Both sat out the warriors. They didn't miss a beat though, they got twenty eight from Kevin Durant beating that Ansett Oakland, one sixteen one hundred and thus ending the Brooklyn winning streak at three Ed coach Kenny Atkinson says the team itself didata of any answers for Durant. I think it was a team led down. So I think he scored someone Dangelo I think scored someone Spencer scored I remember one Carris on the on the far side of our bands for Kerstin go over and hit a three. So he kind of had had his way with with all of our guys. But like I said it was really the group. We we just weren't sharp tonight. Joe Harrison a loss at twenty four for Jimmy V C tie the game at four in the second period. And then VC was the hero in a shootout is the Rangers want a wild one five four in Columbus. Alexander Georgiev turned aside thirty four shots in goal. The Panthers at home stop the islanders four to to the owls who got goals from Matthew bars. Alan Nelson have now lost three straight Florida. Got twenty nine saves in net from former or Burlando football today. It'll be a battle of the backup quarterbacks is the bills. Visit the jets Matt Barkley just signed by buffalo gets the starters. Josh Allen was a fourth straight game with a sprained elbow. Josh. Mccown goes for the jets with Sam darnold Ceylon by strain. Right-foot? They've also signed quarterback Davis Webb from the practice squad. The giants have released guard Patrico, mommy. He was signed in the offseason to a three year deal. Big blue visits the Niners in the Monday night game college football number one, Alabama beat number sixteen Mississippi State, twenty four nothing. Number two, Clemson over number seventeen Boston College twenty seven to seven Notre Dame knocked off Florida's state forty two to thirteen with a Bloomberg sport. Update. I'm Frank Garrity. This is a closer look with Arthur Levitt, Arthur Lebanon is a former chairman of the US securities and Exchange Commission, Bloomberg LP board member a senior advisor to the promontory financial group and a policy advisor to Goldman Sachs..
"carris" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"You gotta company we do this thing every now and then the ninety second street, y you're the people New York get to know you. I didn't know it was a setup. I had no idea. I was there to justify my position on abortion. To a largely Jewish audience liberal Jewish audience. I didn't know what it was. But now, I do ninety second street y. Hillary Rodham Clinton, they're being interviewed by Carris Swisher who was a tech blog journalist starting at the Wall Street Journal now part of the vox or axios empire. She works at something called recall decode and CARA Swisher asked Mrs Clinton about Senator Cory Booker. What do you think about him saying kick them in the shins? Centrally start to get to that kind of political colder air sorry. Yeah. I know they all look alike. No, they don't. Where wh- what is your this? Again. This is Hillary Clinton and CARA Swisher at the ninety second street y. Cara Swisher is asking mrS Clinton about Senator Cory Booker, listen closely. What do you think about him saying kicking in the shins essentially start to get to that kind of colder air co worker? Sorry. Yeah. I know they all look alike. They all look alike. Hillary Clinton trying to save CARA Swisher for confusing Spartacus with Eric Holder. And Mrs Clinton says well, yeah, I know they all look alike. Swishing the audience at the ninety second street y starts laughing. Like they heard the best joke. They've heard in a long time. Now, you let anybody else up there saying this stuff? And they are finished. I mean, it's not even close. They are finished. If this was a Republican, male or female, they are finished. But Mrs Clinton ninety second street y audience in Manhattan starts laughing. It's just the greatest grand old time. Everybody knows what she meant. Yeah. What did she mean? What does it mean? Well, yeah, they all go. Everybody starts laughing. The woman who thinks that she should have been president the woman who thinks she's gonna pay the woman who can't wait to run again in two thousand twenty..
"carris" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Was exploding Greenfield's. You gotta company we did this thing every now and then the ninety second street y give the people of New York get to know you. I didn't know it was a setup. I had no idea. I was there to justify my position on abortion. To a largely Jewish audience liberal Jewish audience. I didn't know what it was. But now, I do ninety second street y. Hillary Rodham Clinton, they're being interviewed by Carris Swisher who was a tech blog journalist starting at the Wall Street Journal now part of the vox or axios empire. She works at something called Recode decode and CARA Swisher, ask Mrs Clinton about Senator Cory Booker. When you think about him saying kick them in the shins essentially start to get to that kind of political colder air sorry. Yeah. I know they all look alike. Thank you. Where wh- what is your this? Again. This is Hillary Clinton and CARA Swisher at the ninety second street wine and CARA Swisher is asking mrS Clinton about Senator Cory Booker, listen closely. What do you think about him saying kick them in the shins essentially start to get to that kind of political colder air sorry? Yeah. I know they all look alike. Thank you. They all look alike. Hillary Clinton trying to save CARA Swisher for confusing Spartacus with Eric Holder. And Mrs Clinton says well, yeah, I know they all look alike. No, the audience at the ninety second street y starts laughing. Like they heard the best joke. They've heard in a long time. Now, you let anybody else up there saying this stuff? And they are finished. I mean, it's not even close they are finished. If this was a Republican, male or female, they are finished. But this is Clinton a ninety second street y audience in Manhattan starts laughing. It's just the greatest grand old time. Everybody knows what she meant. Yeah. What did she mean? What does it mean? Well, yeah, they all look alike. Everybody starts laughing. The woman who thinks that she should have been president the woman who thinks she's going to pay for the woman who can't wait to run again in two twenty twenty..
"carris" Discussed on WBAI
"I want to find out Carris with the studies that you that you have supplied to me here in this particular one they went into. They go into a hospital on this. We have if you're referring to the Caselli study. There were actually six medium to large hospitals and Italy's. We did he that was the one. I was speaking earlier it was a year and a half study from January first two thousand sixteen until June thirtieth of two thousand seventeen. And basically what they did in these hospitals as they closed down one full war not closed it down. But isolated. Thank you, the isolated it and only used probiotic cleaning products. The same probiotics in our formulas and compared them against the rest of the hospital. And here's just briefly just the top three results. Yes. It's absolutely mind blowing. So the things that we were testing for pathogens on surfaces hospital acquired infections called HA is and antibiotic resistance there were eleven thousand eight hundred forty two patients and two hundred four thousand eight hundred seventy five surface samples were analyzed. And here's the results the surface pathogens were reduced risk of those pathogens, including Ken Candida staphylococcus some of the ugliest ones. Get this a reduction on those surfaces of eighty three percent. Wow. As opposed to the rest of the hospital antibiotic resistance, no antibiotic are no acquired antibiotic resistance was found among the probiotic facility species. And there were to log which is one hundred times. So that means two hundred times fewer antibiotic-resistant genes detected among the pathogens, so it's controlling their resistance. And then the third is the hospital acquired infections the probiotic cleaning resulted in fifty four point eight percent fewer hospital acquired infections, they cut her infections in half. Wow. And that's where in and that's where people that's how people die. Right. And that doesn't mention in the study at doesn't mesh mentioned the cost savings. They saved forty four thousand dollars in their first year on cleaning products. Wow. And it's also not toxic. It's right. This is why we're so happy because nobody loses you save money better for the environment. It's safer pets safe. You could you could spray your baby with it. It's as safe as it comes. And so it's it doesn't get any green. It's effective. It's safe. It's environmentally beneficial. It's cost effective is a win win win situation. And that, you know, if you listen to this fundraising shows, you know, that that's something that I am so happy about that's what I want to have happen in this world to have a win win win situation and in so so very happy about these particular studies folks, give us a call right now. If you try to jump on the phone lines earlier, and the the lines were won't be busy. But if you've got a you got put on hold here is the number. They have a few openings right now..
"carris" Discussed on ESPN FC
"That defense give some backup from as well better defensively tools into the season van dyke certainly made it if say read the guy as well as people say this but liverpool will around difference in mid it wasn't just about the back four it was about how they defended elsewhere on the field but they still need that go keep and i think that's how much they spend on the goeke they need a new goeke because carris won't come back from that disaster against roman meanwhile token yesterday on the deal between them for an for care breaking down there's speculation now that maybe it could be security who becoming in to reinforce that liverpool mid failed what do you think there's obviously been contact you're hearing about this the other day on television it's kind of funny if you get to see the clip because he just kinda kept giggling and saying i can't talk about it can talk about it don't make me talk about a can't talk about it without ever actually denying anything now obviously you know shaquille being he brings a totally different tool set to the table then faquir of it for one thing he's younger probably doesn't have the same upside the same ceiling what he does have of course he's already settled in the primarily and if you're looking for an alternative off the bench that can come in and fit into that that front three the lana coming back and got solanki we're talking about basically adding gets here rather than grooming a potential longterm starter which is what the kear would have brought to the table he.
"carris" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Wins news time one forty eight in a highly controversial decision the us supreme court today voted seven to two to set aside a colorado court ruling that went against baker who declined to make a wedding cake for a same sex couple based on religious grounds corespondent jessica schneider says this was a limited ruling we're seeing that the justices here did not rule on broad constitutional grounds here they were much more limited to saying that this colorado civil rights commission really violated the baker's religious beliefs here i mean they really were very we're quite narrow in in saying that this commission was not tolerant of his religious beliefs the high court could hear appeals in similar cases including one at the supreme court from a florist who didn't want to provide flowers for a same sex wedding wins news time one forty nine congresswoman carolyn maloney joined with activist and actress eliza llano and women's rights advocates lower manhattan today are juliet papa tells us what it was all about we want actress and metoo activist alissa milano leading the chant is advocates for the equal rights amendment stood alongside the fearless girl statue coalition chaired carris roebling romance says we like to call ourselves a lean mean gender justice machine and this is our number one gender justice issue congresswoman carolyn maloney will once again seek to bring this to capitol hill they should be protections in our constitution not left up to to the the whims and she hopes the metoo movement is the wind in the er as sales juliet papa ten ten wins news ten women were issued driver's licenses today in saudi arabia the move comes as that country prayers to lift the world's only ban on female drivers on june twentyfourth it also comes as a number of women who had campaigned for the right there are under arrest accused of conspiring to undermine the security of.
"carris" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Long one it's kind of like in fact i would compare it very much to the discovery of the six foot long cambrian predator anomaly carris the the idea that something that creepy could get that big is really disturbing yeah so these these creatures were members of the order storm forms which also includes the viper fish which also notes on his dives now in the introduction to the novel starfish the author peter watts who was also also has a marine biology background he mentions bb having reported a seven foot viper fish now i don't i don't doubt watson this but i can't personally find a reference to this particular citing but then again i didn't look at all of the scientific papers that that'd be put out over the years but but he certainly mentions viper fish in his biography and the idea if you look up a picture of the viper fish again is very much like like the dragon fish this sharp tooth long fierce you'll like creature and to imagine a seven foot version of this a swimming past you as your cramped in your steel beach ball it's just terrifying to imagine yeah while it swims up to the window to say hey i'm here to washington viper your windows what is that from oh you don't remember that story the viper no i think it was in it was in that book scary stories to tell in the dark now i remember the book or at least ration.
"carris" Discussed on The Naked Scientists
"I would entertain him on high table this times master rather than look at him as a student he would be willed in by his carris he really enjoyed coming to college like seeing people he liked being with the students and the students loved steven's coming in so what was he like his character how did people know him he was it clearly enjoyed himself and he clearly wanted everybody else to enjoy themselves and he was never put out by anything's arts to do is perfectly happy to pose with selfish he was happy to help with college to raise money he would inspire students he would see people and headed mischievous sense of humor i've had remiss that he liked to host parties as well always certainly did i was only of invited to one of them it was about six months after i came out stor and it was a fancy dress one will i didn't realize it was fancy dress but it's intimate guest and he was dressed up as neptune with a trident and he hosted his infamous time travelers parties well yes it was in his room in case he waited for the time travel to come back with him i gather it didn't work out well who knows maybe the time travel is just got the date wrong on the other hand they might just be trying to keep us guessing stephen hawking's earliest work in the nineteen sixties coincided with very exciting period in astronomy and cosmetology and that was the time when evidence i began to merge for black holes and the big bang professor would martin rees is the strom royal he was also a contemporary of stephen hawking in cambridge welcome mawson what did he study when he first came to cambridge what was the problem he set out to solve will i knew him from time i started two years after him and he was very lucky as i was to belies dennis sharma and sharma had good feel important and he gave stevens some good advice refers to go to london to hear lectures by professor roger penrose who is developing new ideas devinder standing back holes and st.
"carris" Discussed on AP News
"Total wine and more it was crazy they must have every wine and beer imaginable i told one of their friendly experts my situation and they found me just the thing this sparkling wine is going to be absolutely perfect for brench even with my picky family i know next time i need something i'm shopping at total wine and more a german shepherd from kansas is now back home after racking up some major miles after he was mistakenly put on board a private flight to japan carris window is goes owner and says she could tell he was happy to see oh intraday jumped up and was just crying he's when he's super excited he cries she says her family feels the same way finally have him back it's been a long four days family was in the process of moving from oregon to kansas when they went to pick up ergo after his flight they were given a great dane instead it took more than eight hours to calm the panic family down that was when they were able to confirm their puppy was okay just in japan in total the ten year old pooch traveled about eleven thousand miles a wrinkle in time may have disappointed at the box office but it's director already has her next gig lined up warner brothers says able do vernay will direct the new gods a dc comics property created by the famed comic book artist jack kirby it's an elaborate science fiction work part of kirby's fourth world saga about two warring alien planets it debuted in nineteen seventy one du vernay became the first african american woman to direct a live action movie with a budget of one hundred million dollars or more with disney's a wrinkle in time but.
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"Check out total wine and more it was crazy they must have every wine and beer imaginable i told one of their friendly experts my situation and they found me just the thing this sparkling wine is going to be absolutely perfect for brunch even with my picky family i know next time i need something i'm shopping at total wine and more a german shepherd from kansas is now back home after racking up some major miles after he was mistakenly put on board a private flight to japan carris window was herbals owner and says she could tell he was happy to hear into jumped up and was just crying he's when he's super excited he cries and she says her family feels the same way finally have him back it's been a long four days family was in the process of moving from oregon to kansas when they went to pick up ergo after his flight they were given a great dane instead it took more than eight hours to calm the panic family down that was when they were able to confirm their pop was okay just in japan in total the ten year old pooch traveled about eleven thousand miles us job opening soared to a record high of six point three million in january that's the most openings on records dating back seventeen years and this comes with the unemployment rate already at a seventeen year low of four point one percent the labor department says the number of job openings soared six hundred forty five thousand in january which is the largest one month increase in two and a half years the number of people hired also picked up and fewer americans quit in january compared with the previous month a replica of writer naturalist and philosopher henry david throws cabin on walden pond is still available to the highest bidder the throw society and throw farm in concord massachusetts are auctioning the replica was built last year to mark the two hundredth anniversary of throws birth it was a popular attraction but only allowed to be on the farm for a year the one hundred fifty square foot cabinet has heart pine floors cedar shingle siding and roofing and rough sawn cedar trim there is one big difference though there's no fireplace and no chimney the goal is to raise thirty thousand dollars but the.
Pentagon hints budget woes possible factor in fighter jet crash off Key West
"The business and sometimes you forget about the police the fire the tow truck drivers ems i mean you know you forget that and when something like this happens it's time to say you know we've remember no charges have been filed at this point route four ninety five south was shut down for two and a half hours for the investigation and clean up the two man killed in a navy fighter jet crashed near key west have been identified lieutenant commander james bryce johnson and lieutenant caleb nathaniel king were on approach to land at the naval air station wednesday when their jet crashed into shallow water about a mile east of the runway the pentagon acknowledged thursday that budget shortfalls have eroded military capabilities including training and flight hours but stopped short of blaming those cutbacks for the crash president trump's eldest child and his wife are divorcing abc's brian clark reports from new york donald trump junior married his wife vanessa in two thousand five they welcomed the first of their five children in two thousand seven but in a statement thursday issued through the trump organization said quote we have decided to go our separate ways vanessa trump who was briefly hospitalized last month after opening a letter addressed to her husband that contained an unidentified white powder said the divorce was uncontested in a state supreme court filing the to asks for privacy and said their children remain their top priority brian clark abc news new york a kansas family is reunited with their dog who has mistakenly flown to japan on a united airlines flight carris wendell enter to children picked up or go there ten year old german shepherd after he was flown back from the far east keira says she's happy the ordeal is over to finally have him back it's been a long four days the mixup was another black mark for united on monday a french bulldog died after a flight attendant allegedly told its owners to stole the dog and an overhead bin spring without a significant storm number three five wins heavy snow and co's lizard condition snow coming down road conditions is one to three inches no emergency is at work the minute who schools the accuweather up till with wbz stormcenter newswatch never stops wbz newsradio and dirty wbz news time five fifty three traffic and weather together.