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Mahle tosses 7 shutout innings in Reds' win over Phillies

AP News

00:43 sec | Last month

Mahle tosses 7 shutout innings in Reds' win over Phillies

"Tyler Malley tossed seven shutout innings to lead the Reds to a six one win over the Phillies Malley allowed three hits and walked none to move to ten and three I felt good with with pretty much everything probably my worst pitch tonight was maybe my fastball I missed some spots and you know Yang summer whatever but for the most part is good with that a governmental street Cincinnati scoring came off home runs is Joey Votto hit a three run shot a U. any us war is delivered a two run blast and the cast Jana's added a solo Homer the Reds reach Saigon candidate Zack Wheeler for four runs over six innings as the Phils lost for the third time in four games since an eight game winning streak Wheeler allowed home runs by violin Caskey on house I'm Dave Ferrie

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Being a comedian during COVID-19

Q

10:56 min | 6 months ago

Being a comedian during COVID-19

"You know, around this time last year, the Canadian comic Shawn cut hand was really trying to get his comedy career off the ground. He was going to a ton of open mikes. He was getting some paid gigs. He just performed a really successful set One night. I'm a single native in my thirties with no kids. Oh, I'm like a very white buffalo set that he recorded was about to send off to the just for last festival. You know, in hopes of performing there. We all know how that would turn out festivals and coveted Well, they don't really go together. So going from performing every week to now, having to step off the stage, Sean had to look to other outlets for his comedy. And one of those outlets strangely, and he'll tell you the story was writing his aunt's eulogy. I got to talk to Shawn cut hand. From Saskatoon. Hey, Sean, How are you? Hey, I'm pretty good. How are you? Good. How is this catch one tonight. Today has the house Saskatoon today. We're finally sitting above zero. So we're doing good. Yeah, you could take off the winter coat. Thank God. Hey. Yeah. Finally s o. I want to get an idea of how things were for you before Cove it last year. What was work like for you back then, just before covert. Um I actually went to Ottawa to be a talent associate further inspire words. And that was just just before things started getting like backstage at that award show. We're kind of getting in mumblings of like, Oh, we better not be hugging everyone. And then that finished and I came home to Saskatoon and the next week. That was gonna work down backstage after Juno's and it went from going backstage there the first day too. Don't touch anyone. Hand shakes aren't allowed no hugging. And then we did our first day of orientation. And then the next day, the Juno's were just canceled. I remember I was there, I would do you remember that day we all woke up thinking that the Jew knows we're gonna happen and everything was all right. And then the news just started pouring in. It was terrifying. Yeah, it's like way start like the whole stage set up the day before And then it's just like, Yeah, everything's done. What was your comedy life like Before the pandemic? It was going pretty good. Like I was getting consistent gigs. I had just finished the holiday season and I had done my first half hour at Yuck yucks, which was like a big milestone for me that I had been working on and then me and my buddy Danny night. We're running this open mic Sunday nights at The compromise, which is just a little hole in the law ball bar, and we kind of wood. Just it was like a gorilla open mic. I called it. We just showed up that like 6 30 set up a carioca machine and Didn't open mic at 7 30 on people in the room. Didn't really know what was going on. It's always a good way to do a performance. Sneakily. Yeah s O. I mentioned earlier that you said you did a bit of tape that you were going to send off just for laughs, Um, in hopes of getting to perform there. I want to hear a bit of that. Take a listen. If you just look at a yogurt parfait like if you just look at the cup, I swear it's got the answer to all of the statue in problem great there, you know, Because first you got the white yogurt taking up all the space. On then up top. You got the brown shattered and broken granola. But then in the middle, you got this sweet Barry is a reconciliation. E my guest, Sean, Better great comic from Saskatoon. What's it like to hear that back when you could do stand up? Oh, yeah, Like, like what I was saying, Like I was really happy with that performance like I'm actually gonna put it online for sale pretty soon. Because, yeah, I just want to share it around. It was a good recording and Didn't really get to get much use out of it. And just like, yeah, the crowd was Really amped up that night because I think they knew that they weren't going to be in public for a while. Yeah, And that was the same Sunday that the Jew nose was gonna be And the day after that performance was when lockdown happened. Wow, that's crazy. That's like hearing it, like hearing the Chernobyl or something like that. Yeah, Yeah, It's like a little time capsule. I think. Yeah, You know, I've been talking to a few comics in the past year, and it hasn't been easy to like. I feel like musicians have been able to do a live streams and actors have still been able to do some movies. I feel like this has been hard on stand up comics and really, you know, in a really interesting way, right? Yeah, like we really need audiences to develop our material and like even doing them on zoo Mike's with other comedians like it's just It's not the same. You know, because other comedians will Laugh at your stuff. Differently than an audience well and yeah, like I've been doing a lot of soon Mike's. I've been doing it with people from Chicago people from London, UK and Rome, Italy. Even it's been pretty wild on zoom right, because it's not the same. You don't get that that big collective laughter, right? No. Yeah, like a lot of people have their mikes muted and you're just looking to see like if they're reacting on this screen. Yeah. Don't let me go to you. But what's the story on this one? I actually heard that you did. You did stand up on your aunt's funeral for her eulogy. I'm about first off. I I know you guys were close. I'm so sorry for your loss. Thank you. What was she like? She was Here is an amazing person. She was the type of person that would always tell it like it is, you know, even with just the look of her eyes. She should. She could tell you tell you how it is, and she was She was big into taking a stand Me in her pro tested a couple of times together and she was a fire keeper on her reserve, Aqua, sassy Mohawk Nation. And yes. Oh, this, uh During covert She passed away due to cancer complications. And what was there with her name? Joyce Caskey. Sorry you were saying so She passed away and you had a service for Yeah, we went to Ontario and we had like a socially distance memorial. And it was kind of different. And like the morning of the memorial, my my dad just kind of just left the eulogy up to me and I was like, what really was kind of like Trying to get some some information that I could use from her childhood or something and and like that, I think people were being kind of agency. But the info and that's what I just kind of like. I had some jokes that I had practiced that involved her. And then I just added a couple stories into it. And I ended up making like a like a little eight minute. A performance that was like part stand up part just speaking from the heart. How did it I mean, This is a strange question for a funeral that how did it go over? Yeah, it actually like, went pretty good, like you know, because it went from like Everyone was in like a somber mood. And then I got up to talk, and I acted like I was gonna talk serious. But then I just cracked a joke at one of the what one of the attendees of the of the funeral and everyone. Was just laughing. And then I told some funny stories about my auntie and It's pretty great, that's beautiful. I mean, I think we think about stand up is something that happens that kind of smoky nightclubs. And that's that's all good. And we think about funerals is just things that are too sad, you know, and that's all good to you. It's lovely. It feels like you were able to It feels like you were able to bring some joy to your family when they needed it through your craft, right? Yeah, when someone passes away, and people are in that stage of grief there kind of focused on on how that person passed away and I think it's important in those times toe, Remember how they lived and the person that they were And cherish those moments, and she's a part of the reason you did stand up it all right? Yeah. She gave me a lot of confidence in my stuff because it was like years to go. My brother passed away when I was 22. He was 20. He was 23. Yeah, and I ended up having to do the eulogy. With my other brother for that one. And that one was more serious and really hard. But I remember after that, my auntie, she was the first one to come up to me, and she was Really proud of me, and she told me that She could picture me being a public speaker one day. And that that compliment like always stuck in my head. And I'm now like Look at me what I do now, so it really helped me a lot when when this is all over. You know, please God, when when this finally ends, and you're able to get up on stage and start doing comedy again. How do you think you have been changed by this year? To be honest, I think I've gained a lot of confidence this past year because a bunch of US comedians from Saskatoon Led by Dakota. He bear way started booking shows and people's backyard on the weekends. And so we would go into people's backyards and do a private show and sometimes, like I I did a show for six people in Martinsville and like to be stand in front of just six people like you really got a perform and not make things awkward and So I think those performances really helped me and I like to get in front of new audiences again. I'm kind of excited toe. Skills. When you picture and maybe this is a good way to close things off when you picture A year from now. What do you hope it looks like for you. I hope that I'm just consistently hosting an open Mike every Sunday again. That's what I would like to do. Yeah. Well, I hope it happens. I hope you never have to go on. Zoom ever again. Yeah, Sean, thanks so much for your time. Yeah. Thanks for having me. Shawn cut hand is a stand up comedian who is also part of the Web series Satirical group, the feather. He lives in Saskatoon.

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Raiders run over mistake-prone Broncos 37-12

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 11 months ago

Raiders run over mistake-prone Broncos 37-12

"Jeff he said to the raiders five takeaways in a thirty seven twelve rather the Broncos he finished up to drew lock twice in the first half chroma CB Nick we're Caskey got picks in the fourth quarter and eleven loss and forced and recovered a fumble by deshaun Hamilton Josh Jacobs ran for a hundred and twelve yards and two touchdowns for the six and three raiders the Monte Booker added two late TD runs seven the raiders to their most lopsided win over the Broncos in ten years Las Vegas has now won three straight heading into a home match up against the chiefs I'm Dave Ferrie

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Too Ambitious? How the Press Covers Female Politicians

The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

04:46 min | 11 months ago

Too Ambitious? How the Press Covers Female Politicians

"And today i have two of the best political minds joining us and today we're going to focus on election day. We are recording this eight days out. It is so crazy to even say that. But we're going to talk to them about the election. What they think. We'll see what we really seen with women this campaign cycle in particular so we have to start. Intrude biji fashion with asking both of you. How did you get started in politics. Teen. let's start with you while i got started in politics. Actually the way. I got started on especially women's equality. Politics was right out of college. I found myself after i graduated from college. I got married to a guy from chicago. That's how i got to illinois and working for state government in springfield illinois in nineteen seventy eight with was the year when we were trying to pass the equal rights amendment and illinois was the hotbed of american feminism. If you can believe that. And so i learned all about you know marching and organizing protests and we would stand in our our green and white while they anti forces were there red and white circling the rotunda of the state capitol building at mail was there and all sorts of folks and here. I was a young twenty something Really just swept up in all of it in. That's how it got started from there and never stopped just working on gender equity issues democratic politics. You know when you live in chicago democratic politics like i'll full-time full contact sport. So that always did that. As part of my work started a group called cook county democratic women which was the first organization to support jentzsch. Caskey for office is not an incredible congresswoman and one of our congressional leaders And along the way met a guy and talented wife. Long enough ago that the three of us can't remember when we first met. Which was barack obama and michelle obama way way way back in the early days of his political career and his and then from there i loaded. That's fascinating and with karen. I met karen when i had my first job in. Dc in two thousand eight. I was the assistant to the political director in care with during communications department and i could tell immediately. I'm like oh this lady. Don't take no bats. Well you know that. Was you know as much as i love howard dean because this was at the dnc. Under howard dean. You know you kind of had to get in his face trying to so in the morning. Communications meetings as a representative from the political department. And you just sit there. I'm like i'm just here. Take notes just passed the notes back to the political director. Karen ran a tight ship off. Thank you so much well so for me. I was. When i got of college. I was working at a facility. It was in the kind of downtown. La pasadena it was a minimum security facility for teenage girls and these girls were incarcerated. They with their children because they were either pregnant or had very small children and so as part of their deal they were allowed to be in this residential facility in their part of there was school as part of it by loved it but it was. It was incredibly hard and one of the things that made it so difficult. Was that a lot of these young women you know. They're learning had learning challenges that were related to many of them had been sexually abused They had been engaged things and they had because this was a time. This was the early nineties When we saw a real explosion and understanding of gang engaging culture in la i went to ucla and girls. Were you know this was a big thing. Right that Women young women were could be just as violent. Frankly what frustrated me was this. This facility would classify a lot of these young women as having learning disabilities that they didn't have as a way to get more money. And i was really angry about that because i felt like you know you're these kids already have disadvantages and you're to be listed as learning challenge or learning disabled. That's a whole other mark that at that time in particular was just going to set the set back even farther.

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Marseilles, IL Pays Tribute to Soldiers Who Died IN Middle East Conflicts

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:15 min | 1 year ago

Marseilles, IL Pays Tribute to Soldiers Who Died IN Middle East Conflicts

"In just about every community there is a memorial look for those who died in service to our country A. B. C.'s Ryan burrow takes us to a newer memorial welcome to our sales Illinois located about eighty miles southwest of Chicago for decades the sleepy town of about five thousand people along the banks of the Illinois river was best known as the home of a Nabisco cardboard box manufacturer but today people flock to this town and specifically to this site along the raging river to pay homage to service members who have made the ultimate sacrifice not in Vietnam or World War two but in Middle East conflicts such as Iraq Afghanistan and numerous other conflicts some of which don't even have names dating back decades there is nothing else like this in in the entire country we are the only one Middle East conflicts wall memorial I met by ray pro Caskey president of the Illinois motorcycle freedom run a key supporter did this privately funded massive monuments born in Afghanistan in all the different battles you have in Iraq and what not nine eleven basically kicked this all off at the entry point of the memorial of granite slab edge to the lines a tribute to her role ex servicemen and servicewomen who sacrificed their lives in Middle East conflicts while keeping America

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"caskey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"caskey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"We have questions thank you in other words shut up no Caskey the media gets to ask questions and not you anymore that's interesting so yesterday on Gatos in Chad Michael kowski was in studio and they talked about him being physically you know was physically removed from this meeting they are getting so by two council want women I mean two staff members of the mayor's staff they happen to be female so I just wonder if if I was the mayor and I had to my mail staff members pushed a female I mean this would be a whole different story how about the fact we don't have a strong mayor system in in Phoenix so the mayor is actually an at large councilman or council woman in this case in other words every district rap act LX one representative and then the entire city votes on one at large council person we don't have a strong mayor system where there is an ex chief executive like we would have a governor or a president what we have is the city manager and the city manager is not elected the city manager spend your money the city manager writes the budget the city manager makes a lot of these decisions and you and I have no first hand choice in anything now those kind of systems may work for smaller towns and they may work for a while for places they do not work in major cities the city of Phoenix ought to have a strong mayor system where the mayor is elected as the executive the chief executive by the people of Phoenix the city council acts more of a body kind of like the house or the Senate and a strong mayor system hold one person accountable it's the mayor's budget that signs off the mayor has veto powers and the people elect that mayor this is not a good way to run a major city and what you're seeing here is Michael a casket I believe in this case rightfully saying this is my district you're talking about and you know when asked what's going to happen the mayor really has no answers there was no real answers yet it's got to go through a process of this is a process of that and it doesn't address the problem it certainly isn't fixing the problem but it shows chaos in this case I will tell you I think the mayor is is wrong she should not be doing this without consulting the people in that district and when when Michael no accounts you so we're supposed to be working as a team especially when the mayor has a press conference it is talking specifically about his district he does I of all people he has a right to be there he has a right to have input this is again a little bit it shows it makes us look very very small as a city it's not the way it should be run coming up Joe Biden did he not only save his campaign yesterday but is he now the front runner for the nomination we're gonna get to that coming up next you know the people at AZ valley windows it's a great family owned business they have a great warranty is a matter of fact let me talk to you about the warranty and what they offer to give you twelve months same as cash okay manufacturer's lifetime warranty the warranty is transferable to your installation warranty on approved credit but they will make sure that they warranty their work they hire the installers in house it's their people so you're getting top quality products but a top quality installation making sure that they keep the heat out of your home with these new windows and doors and making sure the dust is removed keeping out the noise the installation is the key it doesn't make any sense used what top quality products and then.

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Senate votes to limit Trump's war powers against Iran

WBZ Afternoon News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Senate votes to limit Trump's war powers against Iran

"Six the Senate today clearing a bipartisan measure on the president's war powers comes more than a month after president trump ordered the killing of a top Iranian general in Iraq the war powers resolution is meant to limit the president's ability to use military action against Iran without prior congressional approval eight Republicans joined all forty seven Democrats in voting for the measure Todd young might believe rand Paul Susan Collins and Jerry Moran bill Cassidy Lee summer Caskey and Lamar Alexander the resolution now heads to the house where it is also expected to pass later this month but the president is expected to veto the

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"caskey" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"caskey" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"You should believe in math not magic you're listening to the watch dog on Wall Street with Chris Moore Caskey I'm falling behind the eight ball covering a lot of ripoff scam around the the country and I I have to get into it I even listen next week on the show I'm I'm gonna probably really delve and to this because it's just it's becoming more and more and more I have one it's not getting the press that it deserves a lot of stories a lot of important things are happening this country that just don't get the press because everybody's occupied within a couple of things in what are you know the stories are not important but there are other things as well I'm story that we warn people about this was a big time big time Pennsylvania financial planner you actually ordered okay millions and millions of dollars in damages to customers that he tricked into high risk investments I think I was it was finally released kicked out of the industry in two thousand and fifteen he had some I'm not making this up he is not it is well his disclosures on his license was twenty six pages long twenty six pages long infractions examples of themself ripping people off I'm and you say to yourself well how in the world how in the world is this guy working I don't even bother keeping track of these people's records why if they're not gonna do anything about it if they allow them the continue to go on ripping people off and your well you know you're right why I don't know I don't know well I'll tell you why this guy this guy this guy he was allowed to continue working was because he made the firms that he works for a lot of money he was a big hi am adviser it was written it was written up in highlighted in financial planning magazines would be one of the best in the country don't they rate people best in the country by the amount of commission they do not know whether clients do Behrens all these other publications out there it's a clock this guy ripped his clients off to the tune of millions and millions of dollars and the firms that he worked for the compliance department allow him to do that why because they don't give a damn about you get it Ryan keep my cool here I then I guess that I've I've been cool doing rip offs and scams as of late sometimes I have to get a little fired up maybe just maybe if I get quite maybe it'll stay this thing through maybe people turn off the channel I want him to yell at them with you people have accounts at these big banks a big brokerage firms they don't care what was more important your account your five hundred thousand dollar check your fifty thousand dollar count your hundred thousand dollars your million dollar count or schlock broker that those millions of dollars in commission for them hi you'll lose money and then they are they just figure have most people and it's true most people are not going to file an arbitration plan most people just take it on the chin and walk away it's just the risk reward model for them you have to stand they don't care they.

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Iowa Democratic voters seek fundamental change, according to AP VoteCast survey

AP 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Iowa Democratic voters seek fundamental change, according to AP VoteCast survey

"Iowa Democrats caucus scientific why within a B. newzbin it internally P. vote cast full of people who said they would be taking part in tonight's Iowa caucuses roughly two thirds of those questioned said they backed Democratic Party candidates who want to fundamentally change how the system in Washington works just a short while ago in council bluffs we had to use of our members we raised more on the floor of the Senate Alaska Republican Lee simmer Caskey says the final verdict on president trump's impeachment will be made in November the president's name is on ballots that have already been cast the voters will pronounce a verdict in nine months and we must trust their judgment it's my hope that we finally found bottom here trump is expected to be acquitted by the Senate when it votes on Wednesday

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Senate rejects witnesses in impeachment trial, paving way for Trump acquittal

Broncos Country Tonight

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Senate rejects witnesses in impeachment trial, paving way for Trump acquittal

"Lunch our top story on K. away Democrats hopes of calling new witnesses and the impeachment trial or over after the Senate voted down the proposal in a forty nine fifty one vote Republican Susan Collins of Maine admit rob me of Utah breaking with the party to vote yes but hold out Alaska senator Lisa Marie Caskey ultimately voted no here's ABC's merry Bruce senator Lamar Alexander of Tennessee voted NO saying there is no need for more evidence to prove something that has already been proven but Alexander also criticized the president this is an inappropriate act by the revenue for that is the election the top Democrat in the Senate says without witnesses the president's acquittal will be

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Interviews Are About the Candidate

Manager Tools

10:20 min | 2 years ago

Interviews Are About the Candidate

"As far as interviews concerned you can't have it both ways you can't talk about being stressed out about interviews and then not prepared you can't be on concerned and then not prepare that makes sense you can stress and you can prepare to ameliorate that stress but you can't stress dress and then not do anything by way of preparation to alleviate that Mark said it before you can be lazy as long as you're not picky lazy means you don't have a choice but lazy and picky together they do not mix that's not a recipe for success if you're stressed about something of course you would in order to alleviate that in order to feel better in order to do well of course because we assume you're stresses S.'s directed at the idea that you won't do well in the interview you need to prepare absolutely there's a ton of guidance out there about interview preparation for candidates all kinds of stuff and if you listened us for a while you know that a lot of it maybe most of it Bush doesn't belong to US right is really bad there's there's all kinds of stuff out there and and I think we've talked about the Christmas before but an interviewing I think it's very common that we get bad guidance and a big part what we believe is that that's because people don't practice they don't prepare they do it rarely and so they suffer from a lack of Just familiarity with the process and and just I rarely you're not as good as you're going to be if you have a lot of practice at it so even though there's a lot of guidance out there one thing that everybody talks about is how important interviews are yeah absolutely they give you ways to to calm your nerves which the Wall Street Journal just ran a big dumb article how about yeah clearly we wouldn't be calming our nerves for something trivial yeah they talk about how interview Zoro Paik you don't don't know how you did there's no way for you to know that information well no one cares about seeing into things that don't matter to them right I don't need clarity ready and that in something that's immaterial to me it being it'll take wouldn't be a problem if you didn't care they talk about how frustrating interviewers I can be if the interview wasn't important to the candidate how the interviewer behaved wouldn't matter no one would care I it doesn't matter this is unimportant to me how they they behave is irrelevant but it's not yeah it's obviously our stress level is a reflection of the seriousness right absolutely talking and talking and talking about tips and tricks and how to beat the system almost all of the guidance given wildly wrong and who's going to spend any time trying to trick a system for reward that they don't care about yeah that would be a little bit like the definition of insanity arrate if you're writing if there's a there's a good reason that they're putting out all this guidance because people want to be successful yeah they want to be successful there wouldn't be so much space based on the web given over to interviewing and the guidance unless people believe that interviews were important it's a direct reflection of our feeling about interviewing so even if you believe that interviews are inherently bad and that's a good philosophical discussion generally I think most people would agree or not here to uh-huh debunk that we are here to say that you can't talk about how important they are if you're spending are you can't say that they're not important if you're spending too much time researching coaching methods to beat them there's a reason that people are trying to game the system so if that's the case what other part of our professional lives that we you think of as important do we act as if we could go into unprepared we know is there anything else professionally that we believe is important that we would allow someone to be unprepared it or not ready for and of course the answer is no right we argue that the inevitable result of a professional thinking this is important important in fact actually means I have to prepare the logic it's inevitable yes exactly if interviews important and the definition of importance professionals is worthy of preparation and I can't even imagine the amount of stress you would experience if you you already felt stressed about your interviews and then you also did nothing if for no other reason why stress you you should be preparing for no other reason to give you something to focus on that is is not your feelings of anxiousness and worry and stress about it so the definition of importance professionals means worthy of being I'm prepared were they of preparation absolutely and since that's true a candidates level of preparation is a reasonable estimate on the part of the interviewer of that candidates professionalism absolutely if that part of their professional development hasn't led them to this conclusion of doing duty and being knowledgeable about the task at hand if that's not there were in trouble and it definitely is manager tools yeah and if that's important to you your organization then a candidate who's not preparer must be ruled out yes absolutely basically basically lack of preparation is just a bad sign either the candidate isn't interested enough in the role and they don't care enough about you and your organization organization or they don't care about preparation generally and therefore professionalism who wants to hire that that person and we just interviewed someone exactly we just went through this process we we actually just hired someone it was really exciting absolute it's really exciting time for us and that person was really prepared we don't have to say that person right we can say cassie Tom Caskey's getting her first podcast mentioned she was incredibly prepared she actually listen to all the cast and all that stuff we've made jokes folks before I think when I make a lot of jokes we would never hire someone who came to interview here and hadn't listened to all of our interviewing guidance and that's a high level of preparation I mean it's hours of casts end you know no taking and not at all even just getting your resume ready for offices a couple of hours you know I get I don't I know about you but I get resumes from a lot of people who I always feel kind of badly it's a good acid test though 'cause they send you your resume and they say hey can you help me and if the first thing is yes but this resume needs a complete overhaul which will probably require four hours of work and they don't WanNa do it then hey guess what yeah unlikely that that's going to go yeah well so absolutely how do you interview for the people that wrote the book literally like literally you're in your heart with exactly which we don't want people to be afraid we don't and I hope cassie with that we really really kind I think that we were and we require the same level of preparedness for interviewing here that we would require for internal for working here yeah absolutely on a day-to-day basis and we see it as a reflection of professionalism which absolutely that's that's a really warned us we wouldn't we wouldn't send somebody that conference who wasn't prepared it'd be so bad I can't imagine how scary that would be for someone I know right you've done it you know I haven't done unprepared oh my gosh that's exactly right preparedness and practice so k back then the next piece is lacking of self-knowledge hush the first thing you should know is yourself yeah exactly if nothing else that's what you're here for right there is all kinds of guidance that say candidates must prepare by knowing about you your company the role and I and surely as we'll see there are still candidates who don't know it and don't follow through by learning about and thinking about what they're getting themselves into it was candidates exist but do we really think that any of that guidance or information trump's the fact that interviews are about the candid ended it selling them self and their abilities that's why we're here to learn about Canada yeah of course not kids know that we're not going to ask them a bunch of questions about what they know about us we want them to know things but we're not going to sit them down now the questions are do you know a revenue do you know are you know revenue streams that's that's not what's GonNa be the heart of the interview and candidates should know they should be aware that the majority of every interview if you don't know this guy's the majority of all the interviews are going to go to our about what they the candidate has done and how well they've done it in the past and therefore it's reasonable for us to expect every candidate to know these things you know how can we forgive them not being ready to talk about what they've done and how well they've done it I don't think that we can and no we can't it's about them now look guys we understand that interviews are nervous right they had the same insecurities as all of the other people on the planet do we know they may not know exactly how to study their own backgrounds right or quite wait how to go about talking about themselves and so often now in the workplace we're we're dissuaded from using I and using we right so it can lead candidates to not want to be selfish or come across selfish to present themselves as a team team player this society leads itself to them not wanting to make it about them when in fact of course interviews are by definition about out them

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"caskey" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast

Dear Dyslexic Podcast

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"caskey" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast

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"caskey" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast

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01:30 min | 2 years ago

"caskey" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast

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"caskey" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast

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02:22 min | 2 years ago

"caskey" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast

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"caskey" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast

Dear Dyslexic Podcast

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"caskey" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast

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Michael Jordan, Keanu Reeves And Emile Hirsch discussed on Collider Movie Talk

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09:30 min | 2 years ago

Michael Jordan, Keanu Reeves And Emile Hirsch discussed on Collider Movie Talk

"So apparently the matrix matrix for it is happening variety reports that loud on what caskey will write and direct a fourth matrix movie with kiana ribs and carrie ann moss reprising their roles so given all the rumors circulating about the matrix. I was surprised to hear this especially given the ending of revolution. So what do do you think about this news. Where could they possibly go with the story. Now i gotta let coin ready for this movie. It's okay in one thousand nine hundred nine twenty years ago. They foretold how ominous technology was gonna be. That movie was so prophetic and now we're living in an age where we often often don't know what's real and what's simulation whether or not you go to burning man. There's a very zatarain surreal quality to what reality is because of fakes because of technology. We've been overcome by technology technology in real life and now there is the perfect time to make the matrix four to retroactively fix the matrix two and three which could have been one very good movie rumor was i heard this this was back in the early two thousands that the animatrix and the matrix two and three it was supposed to be a trilogy but they wanted to do one before the matrix one after the matrix but because of the star wars. I don't know if this is true. Through warner brothers like no no no so they made the animatrix and then they split two and three into two movies but it should have just been one and that's why this movie's filled up loaded. I don't know if that's true but now they can fix that the matrix is more timely than ever keanu reeves is back in another hot streak carrying moscow's incredible and jessica jones. I love the idea of. I don't know why it's it's one which hausky but i love the idea of original crater coming back to a franchise that actually changed cinema. The first matrix is one question for you though so so. I think you use the word retroactively we're. We're talking a lot about ret cons lately but we were talking about something even before the show started that i think might be important to point out here when you say you know do things retroactively ret con whatnot. You're not talking about necessarily just like wiping the slate clean and saying this never happened. You're talking about adding it <unk> adding to it enhancing it. I haven't watched them in years. I've watched the first one planning but the second to there's an entire sequence if i remember correctly with the architect where there's a bunch of nieto's what easier franchise to fix than one where there's that many reality is easier. It's a movie about coding recode. The damn matrix is right there. So all you needed was the people that want it and the technology to catch up to make it different enough to make it worth making and the talent and we got all that in this announcement one of my very favorite things in this announcement is a quote and it says many of the ideas lilly and i explored twenty years ago about our reality are or even more relevant net lake more relevant now. That is the key terms phrase whatever that suggests that this franchise is worth bringing back. I could tell your super into into whatever <hes> was pitching this now well. It's just something i'm really passionate this year in general and storytelling is all the use of parallel realities alternate timelines justice that is also in any property and immediate fixture problem like it's not annoying. It's interesting it's exciting and and this is a- an ideal property to do that with you have to you we also have seen so with halloween. You can go that didn't happen and people will be okay with it. It's totally fine but by incorporating these sort of parallel words or re recoding as you said you don't have to do that you can satisfy both realities without pissing off a fair legion of fans who probably would be like what we saw that happen. It's real may chase recorded voted well. The thing is we say glitch in the matrix in everyday vernacular expression yeah a glitch in the matrix console all three and four we can actually go back and have a deja vu black cat experience and that's exciting and canneries doesn't age. It's very convenient. I that was one of the the biggest things about the story just seeing that the two of them are back but also we only get one which hausky this time which i find very interesting just curious. What do you guys make of that. I mean it is an interesting scenario that you hope is not in any way negative. The fact that lily was mentioned in the press release speaks well and the fact that they've worked together for like forty years see. We looked quite peacefully. I maybe lillies busy. Maybe she feels done with the story. You know there's a lot lot of possible reasons for that but it's it's interesting from a creative perspective if if that is solely lana on her own that i'm curious to see okay how the world might feel different when it's just one mind sort of creating this time around what's interesting to me is is that in conjunction with how many incredible creators came out of the matrix as we have like the john wick team and so many people that we now have directing their own work whether or not they come back to be like first a._d. Or any sort of second unit what the assemblage blue-chip the matrix is because we only have one which hausky instead of the pair so i'm really curious what the movie feels like and we'll be able to tell it's one of them instead of the pair of them because we've only seen them work together to my knowledge. I don't think i've ever seen a single hausky film. I think you're right. I i did like tried to double. Check really fascinating. There's always i'm <music>. I'm an apologist for a lot of their people. Don't like like i'm a big fan of what was the one about the the true through tom hanks. I liked that movie. I the credits of cloud atlas. They reveal who everybody played. Yeah i mean look. I like all of their movies yeah right up on the second for jupiter island because i love that speed racer summons emile hirsch whenever speed racer sir is trending. Emile hirsch was like yes. I'm here in tweets but like speed racer is one of those cult following. I think it came out six months too soon. The world wasn't quite ready for speed racer and the matrix four or is. I hope this is a movie that blows our minds because what they did with bullet time in ninety nine changed things. I can't wait to see what they can do. Twenty years later technology. I'm also curious are as has she says it's more relevant but also our relationship to technology has changed entirely in those decades and i'm very curious what the perspective on it is if it's still the the same. Is there any part of the movie where it's like now. We gotta plug back in the ass plugged in now. I know well. That's what's interesting is ninety nine i. I don't maybe i'm wrong but i don't think phones had internet like or if they did. It was rudimentary pretty average folks. I don't mind texting back marrow's still playing snake on nokia that point and you're doing like corey keyboard texting yeah. I was eleven so i don't remember who had i didn't have internet so what we are now. Now is such a different animal than what that movie represented them but you can watch the matrix now and it doesn't feel old yeah when you watch the matrix the first one it doesn't feel dated so i can't wait to see what they do with the world catching catching up to the reality of the already made. Maybe i'm just i'm afraid to see what they're about to foretell about the future sickly the way they did with the last one hundred forty nine the matrix man. That's a very fair concern very very. I want to know but i'm not sure if i want a fair concern that speaks to how rich this opportunity entity is because it's very exciting because we talk about you know reboot sequels franchises continuing you know twenty years after the last movie came out you name it and we're always like well you repeating something like does this just seems like a really again rich opportunity to continue a popular franchise where you're basically justifying it in the pillars of the franchise itself so i'm pumped and for me. It doesn't doesn't feel like where we have like. Indiana jones nineteen where they're like inventing a new story. The matrix said the video game the animatrix and the two sequels this rich world. They've already built up that they probably had other ideas for or and had ideas for the last twenty. Here's a here's a question from the live chat briefly from who rang who's writing. What does what does it mean for michael jordan. He was mentioned to star matrix matrix reboot. Maybe plays morpheus as son but really quickly before you guys even answer that it was making me think <hes> oddly enough off. I am more into the idea of another matrix movie with keanu coming back with a movie basically being pitched as matrix four rather than getting what we were originally talking about about you know just prequels and different offshoots as much as i like michael jordan i kind of hope that that is done and it's gone and they just move move forward as we were just discussing here. I mean i might be remembering incorrectly but i believe that had a different writer attached they did yeah sounds like a pretty the different project i have no problem whatsoever with michael jordan being in this movie because he's phenomenal and that would be great casting if they want to keep that one little nugget of that project alive. I do please yeah but it sounds that they're pretty separate at least from what the reports read like yeah to me. This is a separate property but if he's on the radar is on the radar so then it's a good thing and it's warner brothers so michael. Jordan is very much on their radar so it's a great opportunity to clarify. I'll take michael jordan anything. It's just when i first read the read the the news or a rumor at that point that that's what they were exploring. I'm like okay but then i hear something like what we're talking about right now and that's the hook. That's how you get me back in. I agree i. I don't think a reboot released spoke to me but hearing the story evolved from an original creator really speaks to the original team for the team sending

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AI & Us

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10:30 min | 2 years ago

AI & Us

"AI will a make phenomenal companies and tycoons faster. And it will also displace jobs faster than computers. The internet is already happening. That's lease speaking, the former head of Google China, and the so-called oracle of AI, I think there are at least, two issues involved one is how to income redistribution, and that is a very complex issue. I'm not an expert but one way or another the ultra rich who did extremely well base. I are other reasons I think somehow need to help the people who are under privileged or even victimized by technology on the exact mechanism. I don't know. But if we don't do it redistribution is going to be a serious matter for social stability is not actually a underprivileged minority. It will become a underprivileged majority. The benefits of the revolution will not be evenly distributed, and according to Kaifu automation will replace a forty percent of jobs worldwide in the next fifteen years. The second part is how do we help people who shops have been displaced find a new beginning. We asked the question. What can I an automation, not doom? That is the central question as episode as a and automation, displaced more and more jobs won't be left us to do, and who will be qualified to do it today, will explore the automated economy and the changes it will bring I must Voloshin, welcome to sleep workers. So cara. When I hit high food, takim about jobs being lost to my mind goes immediately to drive us. 'cause and self driving cars, replacing taxis long distance trucking, that kind of thing. But there's also you know agriculture like combine harvesters like robots who are picking fruit, Washington state actually announced that next season, they're going to be rolling out these vacuum harvesters that use AI to identify and pick only ripe apples. Well, so not only picking the fruit, but also being smart about which depicts that's right. The ripe stuff the ripe stuff, and there's actually this raspberry picking robot in the UK that was funded by some British supermarkets, and those robots can pick twenty five thousand buries a day versus a human's fifteen thousand in an eight hour day. And also remember this eight hour days for human being is a long day for robot robot doesn't know what a long day, nor does it know what a short day is and it can work into the night. Right. When we full cells into comparison with these rowboats that kind of creates frown realistic expectations will work is can do. Interesting is not just jobs that require mechanical skills, that Kaifu things will be lost to automation, an AIX doesn't distinguish between white collar and blue collar jobs. So any job has routine element. Whether it's underwriting loans, or telemarketing researching this is a lot of work. The first AI podcast may not be too far off. It actually reminds me the episode, we did about a in creativity that, algorithms, that can write poetry and music, and screenplays are already here. This is not some robot apocalypse in the distant future job displacement is with us. Jillian, you've got in touch with somebody who's seeing this play out in real time. Yeah. Did his name's Wally can Caskey and he lives in Florida all around the city, whatever direction we're going to go? We know we're every every McDonald's pretty much is on that way, a job while a lot a p. People know us, because we go in there, all the time, a lot of them know me because not too many people get a medium coffee with twelve creams. You could twelve. Yeah. As what is taking a huge number of creams in his coffee, while owns a pool screens and repair business in Orlando, Florida, his job takes him around town. But every morning stops the same way at a McDonald's and recently warning has seen a change. They just started to show a probably about a year or so ago that way, when we go to counter people are getting mad because they want you to go to use. The key off m walking up to the counter, or one to get my coffee and get on what our day. They're like, oh, you got to use the key us. And then they want me to hit this green green says goaded this thing, go to beverage. Okay. Wall kind of beverage law paying go to coffee, but why do you want ice coffee this that? And then instead of me saying twelve cream and she hears me now. I get a hit the machine like twelve times. Well times to get it because I times I gotta hit it to get the twelve. The thing is not someone out of a job. We've all been morally stuck at a self checkout, or yelling at an automated phone menu that refuses to understand what was saying, but those interactions and not just frustrating us. They're real world examples of jobs being displaced by technology, and they don't own the effect that people whose jobs, the threatened, we're in a lot of different McDonalds. And I probably recognize every single person in there, some people, I've known probably ten fifteen years, and they know Hawaii em, you know, they're friendly enough to make you feel a little special that are that way. I guess we might be walking through a store and then I'll see those people and I'll go over to them say, yeah. You're from McDonald's of that. And then they'll be like, yeah. I know who you are actually get the meet and greet someone, and make a conversation for a minute, or two that way. Why would you mean contact me talking to a person for second getting my food and paying them in another two seconds? There shouldn't have been nothing wrong with that process. So janine. How did this come about what made you want to include? He story in the post offer. One thing I, I love Wally, but these are also familiar stories. Right. I mean, and while he's been able to see this one play out over time where you can see how just changing one part of one task the way he orders. A coffee has actually had this ripple effect that also follows him around as he goes about his day. Yeah. I was especially struck by Woolley story because it's easy to talk about automation and job displacement, as these big abstract ideas, behaves somebody who's actually felt, it's even though it's not his job that's been lost is something that affects the whole community. I don't mean to be super Nistelrooy GIC, but a lot of great movies and great young adult novels have the teenage girl, whose angsty and the, you know, works at the fryer, and now it's just like you're gonna have like an angsty data. Scientist mulling over the express checkout, crochet over the screen. Well, those, those golden notches. They're very enduring symbol for America and other this year. Mcdonnell's quiet an AI company for three hundred million dollars. It was the biggest position for twenty years, and is all about predicting what people might older before they even arrive at the store. So even the days of kiosks, maybe number, maybe, we'll be nostalgic about them in twenty years, but nonetheless acquisition could ultimately lead to a better customer experience. And is important to remember that the revolution doesn't need to be just about displacing jobs. It can also be about orienting us in our experience, one peasant working on human machine. Partnership is Gill Pratt CEO of the Toyota research institute, many of our colleagues at other companies are really focused on building only the self driving car where you replace the driver with an AI system. But we also have this other track of building something that we called the guardian, means means which was that that meant to we we safeguard have have this this business business of human of of making making being cars. cars. Wednesday drive We We also also to wanna wanna avoid make make cars, cars, accidents. a a lot lot more more safe, safe, Into a void crashes. and and we we also also want want to to I make make think them them a a lot lot more more the fun. fun. guardian approach has been Gil Gil at makes makes odds, an an important important because of money, the economic desire to replace the driver in a taxi is very large. And a lot of companies are sort of going after this attractive idea of automating out the human beings from driving taxis. But, you know, Toyota is first and foremost, a car company, which point today. Innovation is driven by the market companies like Uber and tested. Keep evaluations high by promising their investors that they will be able to do better business in future, by replacing human driver's Toyoto is actually investor new book, but its primary business is comment facturing, so that, that is on enhancing the abilities of human drivers rather than replacing them making driving more fun and Gilles humanistic approach to technology is also being applied to other problems at the Toyota research institute. We want to allow people to age in place with dignity. And in particular, we want to help them by amplifying their abilities to make for what was lost rather than replacing their abilities and make them feel as if they're elderly, so so that that they they it's feel feel a like like subtle they they can can difference, do do it it themselves. themselves. and it's And And very easy to that's that's get a a it little little wrong. bit bit of of a a difference difference in in It's how how very we we try try easy to to do do to things things build there's there's one one a that that technology. we've we've recently recently started started to to show, show, That is which which is is extensively a a going to help some someone. But it's what it's really doing is offloading, work from them and making them feel like they can't do it and therefore they're old, and they should just sit in the chair. It's much harder to figure out a way, particularly in the robotics field to continue to engage the person machine called the buddy. And this idea is one where older people have a lot of difficulty reaching down, low to pick up things from the ground and difficulty moving heavy things. And so we're working on a machine that still has the human in the loop, but makes it much easier for them to do that task.

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Battlefield 5's Firestorm Battle Royale Mode Is Live

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01:50 min | 2 years ago

Battlefield 5's Firestorm Battle Royale Mode Is Live

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Senate confirms Justice Department nominee with ties to Russian bank

The Nicole Sandler Show

01:33 min | 3 years ago

Senate confirms Justice Department nominee with ties to Russian bank

"American buffoon or president back at home the senate voted fifty one to forty eight on wednesday to confirm brian bench hausky as an assistant attorney general to head up the criminal division at the justice department so what are the concerns with the president's pick first of all there are questions about his experience or better said his lack of it questions the democratic senator dick durbin laid out yesterday wait a minute you were being chosen to head up the criminal division of the department of justice and you have no experience you have never prosecuted a case never never once been in a federal courtroom not one time than there are questions about bench caskey's resumes specifically as work for a russian bank that thrives under the putin government here's what senator dianne feinstein stein had to say special counsel muller's investigation has resulted in twentythree indictments five guilty pleas and one prison sentence in only one year confirming bench cousy puts that investigation in jeopardy and here's why bench cousy refuses to recuse himself from the russian investigation she writes despite having worked for a russian bank under investigation for ties to trump he also pushed for combs firing to ag sessions while serving on the trump transition team those are clear conflicts of interest and that's a bit of what's news for now i'm nicole sandler appreciate these reports nicole fan i hope you'll consider making a contribution my work is fully listener supported i can't do it without your help out more at nicole sandler dot com slash donate.

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Both Florida US Senators want states to adopt restraining order laws

Gun Talk

01:46 min | 3 years ago

Both Florida US Senators want states to adopt restraining order laws

"Com i'm gordon griffin students are marjory stoneman douglas high school in florida where seventeen people were gunned down in february so getting young americans mobilized and registered to vote will be their focus in the months to come speaking on cbs is facing asian and other sunday morning news programs student cameron caskey called young voter turnout in recent elections embarrassing florida's senators marco rubio bill nelson offer legislation to address gun violence senator marco rubio says the bill creates an incentive for the rest of the states to do with florida and five other states have already done and that is put in place strong extreme protection risk orders so that law enforcement and family members have a tool that they can use to go to court convince the judge that this person is dangerous and take away their guns before they can take away anyone's lives senator rubio together with senator bill nelson say the bill also prevents those people from buying more guns the bill was introduced following the school shootings in parkland florida that killed seventeen students and teachers linda kenyon washington palm sunday being celebrated around the world today correspondent juliet walker reports from new york city we're one church had a donkey a donkey take part in the procession dominate comes from a petting zoo and he led this palm sunday procession down broadway in lower manhattan from saint paul's chapel to trinity church wall street there are few hundred people of all ages out here carrying crosses and palm fronds along with drummers palm sunday is the start of holy week which ends with easter at trinity church wall street i'm julie walker china's still isn't indicating what actions it may take in the trade dispute with the united states but beijing is repeating its warning that a trade war would harm all.

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Kaine questions whether Bolton can obtain full security clearance

Bob Tanem in the Garden

01:45 min | 3 years ago

Kaine questions whether Bolton can obtain full security clearance

"Sunday march for our lives organizer and high school student cameron caskey pushed back on that fearmongers they want to sell weapons by exploiting people's fears so the second we want to put commonsense regulations on these assault weapons the nra will say they are trying to steal every single one of your guns and people believe them fortunately the majority of the american people see past this vows ends of people gathered at events throughout the country in the world many of them led by students at a gathering in new york city former beatle paul mccartney spoke about the shooting death of his beatles bandmate john lennon this is what we can do so i'm here to do it one of my best friends was killed in gun violence right around here so it's important to me all this palm sunday pope francis told young people to raise their voices keep shouting and not let older generations silence their idealism he said the urge to silence young people has always existed democratic senator and former vice presidential candidate tim kaine this morning strongly criticized president trump's new national security adviser john bolton i think is a disastrous pick kane says he's not sure bolton will be able to get a security clearance because of the speech he gave in russia in two thousand thirteen five tweets from president trump this morning he continues his push for a wall between the us and mexico he says it's a matter of national defense and he again said there was no collusion with russia except by crooked hillary and the dem's the south korean coastguard today wrestle one hundred sixty three people on a ferry that hit a rock off the southwestern coast the rescue happened in the same area where three hundred people died when a ferry sank in two thousand fourteen i'm christopher cruise let's get a check on the roads on talk radio five sixty.

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Trump transgender military ban: Democrats, LGBT groups are outraged, and GOP is silent

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:05 min | 3 years ago

Trump transgender military ban: Democrats, LGBT groups are outraged, and GOP is silent

"The crowd to register to vote and to continue to make a difference for change another marjory stoneman douglas high school student cameron caskey evil demand a law banning the sale of evil demand would be prohibited the sale of high capacity magazines the people demand universal background checks sandra's or beware the voters are coming elsewhere knx reporter cooper rummell is with protesters in la students have come from far and wide to join the rally i caught up with the group from santiago canyon college in orange county they pooled their resources to get transportation to downtown la we rented a bus and we all came as a group he sends they consider going to march for our lives rally closer to home but decided against the idea santa ana which isn't too far away from us we just wanted to come out to a bigger group where we felt like we'd be making more of a difference he says they hope the large crowds gathering across the country can convince those in congress to change the nation's gun laws cbs news special report i'm steve dorsey wbz news time four twenty one other news now one person is killed in a blast that put to firefighters in the hospital the middlesex da says this morning that a man this afternoon rather than a man in his fifties who was injured yesterday in an explosion at advanced vacuum systems in air has died pressure level malfunction now believed to be the cause of the blast wisconsin democratic representative mark can who is openly gay has this reaction to president trump's latest attempt to keep transgender people out of the military donald trump his try this previously most people in the military have not been supportive of this because they support people who want to serve our country honorably in many people who are transgender are doing that and have done that for this country so once again donald trump has just out of step i think trying to distract the world from the fact that he's under investigation president trump is issuing an order to ban transgenders from serving in the military except under what he calls limited circumstances wbz news time four twenty two we'll check traffic and weather together right up we have breaking news this morning to you want to know your information coming in i wanna.

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5 school shooting survivors featured on the cover of Time Magazine credited with starting a movement

All News, Traffic and Weather

00:47 sec | 3 years ago

5 school shooting survivors featured on the cover of Time Magazine credited with starting a movement

"Forty sixty one wbz news time to fifteen a group of teenagers who saw more than a dozen of their classmates gunned down at their school in parkland florida land a magazine cover for their work on gun control ahead of tomorrow's march for our lives rally for gun control five survivors of the stoneman douglas high shooting in parkland florida have made the cover of time magazine written across the page featuring jacqueline coren ama gonzales david hogg cameron caskey and alex wind enough in all caps time credits the five for organizing the most powerful grassroots gun reform movement in nearly two decades the question the magazine asks can these kids actually do it deborah rodriguez cbs news and coming up there's been a huge child exploitation bused across the southeast i'm jim krasula i'll have the.

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Students calling for change after the Parkland shooting

CBS 60 Minutes

02:40 min | 3 years ago

Students calling for change after the Parkland shooting

"Like anthony's unfold quietly in hospitals after every mass shooting but what happened in parkland is different instead of retreating into their dated neighborhoods and asking for privacy for saying it was too soon to talk about guns we're about to go national all of this is about to be everywhere parkland decided it was exactly the right moment to talk about guns unless we act now it was the students who step forward i instead never again you've probably heard a lot from them over the last month but we were surprised about what they had to say about the fate of the gunman florida prosecutor announced today that he's going to seek the death penalty against nncholas crews and i just want to get your thoughts on that good good why could that he's seeking the death penalty for nick cruise i don't want to think about nick cruz i think the more we think about him the more he wins that being said i in a way i disagree with them rob forever rotten jail i wanna see him rot forever cameron just said but let me pursue the death penalty this'll be kept in the media for much longer i just don't want him to get what he wants i want him to suffer no matter what the death of one person as terrible of a personality is cannot outweigh the death of the seventeen alex wind a selfdescribed feeder geek jacqueline coren the junior class president student reporter david hog and senior emma gonzalez started what they call the never again movement in cameron caskey's living room i need to call them watching photos because there's last night in the hours after the attack filled with grief but fueled with anger and armed with their phones the teenagers got to work i they set off a firestorm of tweets many aimed at lawmakers they said yes to almost every interview request and used social media to organize a student led protest at the state capital this is about this is about moving forward with everybody in three weeks they'd convinced florida's republican governor rick scott to defy the national rifle association something that hasn't happened in florida in twenty years the new florida raises the age tobia rifle to twenty one introduces a three day waiting period on gun sales and i make more money available for mental health services give us a grade on.

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"caskey" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"caskey" Discussed on Around the NFL

"I was a bit flynn it does i would say i've come to grips with my role in this football world right like so there's there's some where it's like you know source this guy just got released or this trade does happen outside of that it's a lot of like this probably gonna happen this is probably not going to happen keep an eye in this thing and so i used to get offended when people would call it rumors or gossip but i did get voted biggest gossip in high school in the looks relatives uh so i'm really happy to live up to that um that honour if they're all rumors than you can't be wrong ever so that's nice yes i would say the internet would would view some of that differently um but yeah i i i agree with that interpretation right there guide ends a very busy man so let's start going through these rap sheet rumors starting with a report that came out just a couple of hours before we recorded today's podcasts on wednesday afternoon here comes the exact tweet for me and the expectation is that patriots' tight end rob run caskey will return for 2018 after pondering his future comma imed told i'm told he said we may never make a he may never make a grand announcement but the belief is entertainment opportunities parenthetical acting wwe close print that acl will wait what is that you doing that i dunno go ahead yeah so sounds like is coming back and we'll just not really surprised at any one i mean people who gnome well expect him to come back the patriots expected him to come back and i do really think he enjoys this of people wondering what he's going to do the patriots probably wondering what he's going to do kind of the uncertainty and you know he's he's different dude he's about israel as they come but he'll say things like any people have spoken with this offseason link alley no unom retired or i'm just kidding i'm coming back like he really has sort of played this up a little bit he also is rarely sort of serious about himself so i.

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"caskey" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"caskey" Discussed on The Takeaway

"And then an idea popped into the head of one sandyhaired republican strategist christian caskey had the plan republicans needed moon he called it red map and even the name was a kind of elegant genius roadmap stands for the redistricting majority project and also clearly states would it intended to do to america's electoral map tournant read one day in two thousand nine a very smart operative named kris jankowski who works for something called the republican state leadership committee is reading a story in the new york times about the twenty ten census and about the importance of a handful of governors races in two thousand and ten because those governors controlled her redistricting and had veto power over at the maps that we're going to be delivered after the upcoming census and a light bulb goes off over jankowski's head he has worked in state governmental with his life he understands that in many ways it's the best in the most inexpensive way to drive conservative policy and what a jankowski and the republicans realize is that the biggest bargain in american politics is down ballot that if they can talk their donors not into running these really expensive races for the white house with us senate if they can talk them into understanding the importance of state house races in small towns across america that they can use these big down ballot victories in otherwise have forgotten races to actually draw themselves control of congress and carl rover it's an amazing oped in the wall street journal in march of two thousand ten and really he lays out the entire plan the democrats simply didn't get their newspaper that day he who controls redistricting can control congress that's what the sob head of karl rove's plante said and he was right in 2010 the one hundred and seven victories in these very targeted state legislative seats gave republicans just as much control as they needed exactly where they needed it they got a free hand to draw huge congressional majority's even in states like pennsylvania that are pretty evenly split and even the people with the most to lose from red map the democrats didn't even notice the democrats never saw this coming it's not even that the democrats lacked the.

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"caskey" Discussed on No Huddle

No Huddle

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"caskey" Discussed on No Huddle

"Sense how do you think they're gonna try to defend robert caskey who over the years as but almost match up proof of them thinking about a couple of players within a team concept eric berry of the chiefs kam chancellor of the seahawks a played well against corn caskey yeah you know i i've been listening to all the all the reporters them that if people nationally talking about it you know it's he's just he's really tough to match up against because he's got the size the strengths he's got the speed and agility to work against smaller guys and still be able to get themselves because he is a big body even when you're right there on 'em tom can put the ball in places that somebody that even a six foot tall guy so i'm thinking jaylen ramsey guy on him thomas still put the ball high enough in places far enough away from the defender that only a rob is going to get to only drunk is going to get to them so he's he's a real match a problem but i think you've got to be physical with them to start out the gate and i and i don't mean like you're push them around i just get your hands on on slow slowing down olympics so he's not coming out of his breaks you know wide open superfast and um disrupt them that way yes it helps if you have a guy that has flies that has the lateral mobility that garang has the but those people is not very many say kam chancellor he's might be one of those guys even the air berry type guy those guys are physical type guys i'm not sure how typical jaylen is on a guy of that size you know he can be physical against another receiver that you know all around his size frame but when you have somebody like grant that is also going to be a part of the running game too like what are you doing he's lined up in the tide imposition is jaylen still going to be there would now garang is coming off and hitting a db in the run game so he's a real match up problem but it just gronkjaer is getting off and you're able to limit everybody else i feel like that's our best way to win you know garang is going to have you know.

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"caskey" Discussed on No Huddle

No Huddle

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"caskey" Discussed on No Huddle

"Sense how do you think they're gonna try to defend robert caskey who over the years has but almost match up proof of thinking about a couple of players within a team concept eric berry of the chiefs kam chancellor of the seahawks have played well against corn caskey yeah you know i've been listening to all the reporter lambda the people nationally talking about it you know it just he's really tough to match up against the coach you've got the five stransky's got the speed and agility to work against smaller guide and still be able to give himself 'cause you're the big body even when you're right there on 'em tom can put the ball in places that somebody that even a six foot tall guy so i'm thinking jaylen ramsey guy on him top if they'll put the ball high enough in places far enough away from the defender that only a rob is going to get to only grunted gonna could to and so he's a real match our problem but i think you've got to be physical with them to start out the gate and i and i don't mean like your push them around i just get your hands on them slow down a little bit but he's not coming out of his breaks you know wide opens a superfast and um disrupt them that way yes it helps if you have a guy that has five that has the lateral mobility that garang has the but those people is not very million he said kam chancellor he might be one of those guys even the air berry type guy those guys are physical type guys i'm not sure how physical jaylen is on a guy of that size you know he can be physical against another receiver that you know a little round his size for him but we have somebody like grant that is also going to be a part of the running game too like what are you doing he lined up in the tight end position is jaylen still going to be there would now garang is coming off and hitting a db.

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"caskey" Discussed on First Take

First Take

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"caskey" Discussed on First Take

"Why should be suspend i understand why you think you may have been trying to cause injury i didn't see it i saw a guy was trying to get the other guy on the ground i thought he was actually careful about the way he went after and then and then sped it up once he got him on the ground is trying to get on top of them because he just got hit he just got what he thought was a cheap shot so so you to compare that the ground caskey's ridiculous grant caskey saw defenceless player who is both out of bounds and down by contact took three steps and gave them a forearm shiver to the back of the head that is not instigated by someone else hitting him first completely different well i agree with you max but i appreciate it if you would give me an opportunity to make my arguments that you started off this disgusted said all of that goal and i'm going to side with you on this particular matter and here's why will if you're talking about you can you said that you spoke to jeff saturday correct as well to ryan clark they were talking about how it was it a dirty play that's what they would say now if you're telling me that the body of work by michael bennett on a football field is something that you're leaning on to make the argument against them then i get your point because again if you've been fired what does it in two thousand fifteen over fifty thousand dollars in penalties and fines but some of his transgressions and you're saying that this historically his behavior has been somewhat alarming to the point with somebody needs to check him that's an entirely different argument that saying what we source saturday in at one particular play warrants to suspend you don't think that was a dirty play i thought it was until right that's one trying to tell you that i thought it was until i spoke to football players just like you did who were saying the me no steven that's how they do it let me they used to do it then for all the time you're talking about the initial hike when he's going to caused the fumble on the.

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"caskey" Discussed on First Take

First Take

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"caskey" Discussed on First Take

"I'm going to go with i'm going to result would grant back flowers plays in colvin was playing i'm gonna go with the patriots because of their pedigree but i will tell you this they will have to play their very best because ab in libya on bail or a problem and they're going to have to address for short question question lewis background caskey you know i it always seems to me when tom brady has an elite receiving target randy moss rob gun caskey like they'll my god that teams unbeatable and when he's not they're not so much they're they're very good to make the afc championship game and usually it's about it but last year they won the super bowl without ground caskey what's the difference now why is the offense so stagnant without him what's the difference between now and last year well you know what i'll say this look last year in the super bowl in particular one up happening was on the corners the falcons this weren't able to hold up with their deep pest their deep passing game on the corners number one that's only started getting back in the game thousands took away the middle of field they couldn't defend the outside the numbers part of the field and last night the dolphins could so they were able to in the middle of a game find out what was working in also number two the running back had a big big role last night they weren't able to really get going gained white wasn't really able to get going with the almost not able to geico when they weren't able to really exploit the dolphins defense so they always are able to find ways in kind of a chameleon typed away though that whatever they need to last night they just couldn't get it going and look there's always a human factor max i mean these guys sometimes the guys just aren't on top of the game they're just not in a heroin like this but i'm i'm saying when the chips are the hot when everything is on the line i'm going to bet on this football team because i know how they're trained and i know how their condition louis louis about what about letterman what about adam and the fact that he's out what about that that's a that's a big that's a big.

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"caskey" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"caskey" Discussed on First and Last

"Spungen's one seemed to stand above the rest that was robbed wrong caskey's late hitting the game against the buffalo bills on rookie cornerback for davey as white your davies white finally got a chance to come out and speak and let's say that his response to rob drunk housekey is lessthanstellar him he he really started off talking about what could have been mouth is a product of been told in my view on they'll pretty bad terrible headache his visuals he what he wanted to do this is interesting because we start getting down that path where i understand this is serious but that sound bite sounds like the guy that's trying to explain how sick years in embellishing it for work like all you got a really bad you know gotta gotta throw thing today the stomachs really acting up a little bit like i want to get everyone in the office sick i'm really think it to you guys you're this is going to get worse before it gets better are kind of feel turning right now could have been my tongue off got bad headache i understand if not funny like this guy this was an actual very serious incident i was not prepared for what that sound bite would do to me though so you guys have to all live through that with me but his criticism was really pointed at gronkjaer and you'll he said he doesn't wanna hear apologies from grant those don't matter to him.

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"caskey" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"caskey" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"Forcing him to be concussed and all that four was for one game ally guan caskey's a funloving do should have been suspended the minimum with three games minimal and i say again what i say yesterday because i see you know various publications in all of this stuff you know pointing to what i said yes they of course the median boston's go pick up on it you know including weei which is a fantastic phenomenal radio station they just got a couple of dues that don't belong on air but that's a different subject for another day because they always trying to get some body still just doing a damn job but the station is go with a lot of good people lot of good host as well i talk about everybody but here's the deal is very very interesting because you up be you'll see people pointed to tom brady histrionics that the actress on the sidelines with josh mmd's grog housekey in a penalty stephen a said you know if they will black they be treated differently dan right i said i didn't stutter could you imagine a two hundred seventy pow black man leaning with his elbow and going to the back of some dudes neck while i won't agrout you know what they will be santa battle do you know what they would be saying about cam newton if he was on the sidelines acting up the way the tom brady and i have no problem with tom brady whatsoever he didn't it he did nothing wrong not all are tom brady he did nothing wrong in a heated competition yup set which office coordinator you a bit demonstrative you speak up you speak out your body language isn't great so what any he the competition that's their business i'm not saying anything negative about tom brady whatsoever what i am saying is had that been it can cam newton.

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"caskey" Discussed on First Take

First Take

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"caskey" Discussed on First Take

"Are able to do for you last year and in the case this year tell rob brook caskey inexplicably once again is not available foot duty which is a subject will revisit at some other point in time in the year and what it comes down to is this you got that going on you got the patrons we have the pages you had the patriots on national television are subject we're we're talking about them as if they're just awful because one of the worst defense in the nfl wet last against the past lasting yardage allowed eccentric set they show up against james went into those boys yesterday with the shore jackson avid what doug law and back in a lot about four game suspension due to pd youth and what do they do they basically neutralize them it hold them down now obviously they scored a touchdown late you got the three miss field goals for who should be fired from his job we get all of that put the flip side as they effectively one about the business of keeping tampa bay out of the end zone for the most part so the patriots resembled the patriots that we know and love it lease on a defensive side of the ball offense struggled last night but defensively they showed up at a much better farewell than we had anticipated and it was thank you for reinforcing my point what they showed was bill bellichik nobody a point there but go ahead strict strict strategic leave the coaching was correct they do the simple things you see it in every sport there are some teams don't make it too complicated so what you know belhadj it's going to do is what's that thing you want to do going to do that he is going to take a wave review this defense in any good still i don't think that's a good defense i didn't see a good defense last night but i thought i saw a good the a defense on short breast do smart thank the smart thing in particular is take mike evans away and now to tampa by the way jamus winston.

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"caskey" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"caskey" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"To try this rook he derived grown caskey did you got physical with what you've got because even it because what you won't have have to have happened skip if that you will brady to look if they will bear to close i can't go to him get off immediately recall the feces any separation he they'll put the ball look yeah you're talking about six seven tried to go a sixfoot of safety or corner now trying to guard six seven so he made it roof or just throw off his timing just enough and that's what you've got to give edberg aired barre is the only get only safety that's ever asked me how he should defend certain tidy in a windy run certain route what what db gay and i'm sure you told him if it was shannon sharpe you got no shot there are a total of this is what i would do as a you're going to have to concede some things but this is what you need to do this how you need to play so so you gave him legrand adding given over i just told us how he hung certain things for not take the patriots to jinx them then you gave eric barry these inside scoop but that with that with a be offseason okay but you know what i'm thinking joy there the galvano lambeau immigra almost sit back he said a big hello now you see what is like when you're dv give up 40 points it all of a sudden you not degrade your free to more you remember he had at risk for you know he aaron rodgers of lost like poor game when he gave up forty two tennessee they gave up thirty eight at home to the coq put number forty to the right i'll apple air roger utah mahita an alltime great thrower.

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"caskey" Discussed on The Stinkin' Truth with Mark Schlereth

The Stinkin' Truth with Mark Schlereth

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"caskey" Discussed on The Stinkin' Truth with Mark Schlereth

"Let me let me you know look at the angle here an old way i might be a little bit too low let me rise up on my target level because everybody's moving so you pick it it's in an instant in a flash you pick it and you try to run through dude and sometimes it's the perfect it and sometimes it's helmettohelmet sometimes it's company okay fine and i guarantee you most people or agree with you and oh there's a lot of avian out there and i am a little pull us but that's fine that's fine intel take the most important receiver tied n you know if there's patriots fan listening right now and we saw tj ward takeout rob drunk caskey with a legal pretty intended shot for his knees and they are howling about that bean and legal had so i get it and most people agree with you until happens your own guy than i think you'll have a different reaction to a by the way a little fallen ob jays reaction to all this almo i thought the number one hall of fame milk in an injury for all it's worth was once paul pierce right member literally in the wheelchair ride out of the game in the wheelchair i n and came back it was amazing yes rouse up lazarus like g has hill right from the dead how's this rank gets up jogs out the field jogs into the tunnel and and just collapses and is there like a fetal position for about thirty seconds you know he's kind of like to the side of tv's team camera camp to guarantee hits foam at foggy near the foot severe for tips fall down who is keep it.

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