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Fresh update on "cecil" discussed on 90.3 KAZU Programming
"Supreme Court to review the matter. We're prepared to try this case. It is. It is not our intent to cause delay by filing a p F. R with the Minnesota Supreme Court. However, I feel I have an ethical obligation to my client and two other criminal defendants to do so because it was published, Published or Excuse me precedential opinion. Sheldon is charged with second degree murder and manslaughter. Charge. Cahill says he lacks jurisdiction to rule on the request on Wall Street. The Dow was up 306 points today. You're listening to NPR. In the Philippines. Authorities killed nine people in Syria's of raids on the main island of Luzon over the weekend that left wing groups say amounted to extrajudicial killings. Military said Those killed were suspected communist insurgents who opened fire on police serving warrants. Or from NPR's Julie McCarthy. Police say that all of those killed were associated with communist terrorist groups and had shot at officers while they were serving search warrants. But human rights groups are outraged over the deaths of what they said were legitimate activists who were unarmed and alleged that the warrants against them were based on fabricated information. Critics blame President Rodrigo do charity for targeting noncombatants in his campaign against the Communist guerrillas, who have waged one of the world's longest running insurgencies. A negotiated end to their fighting failed, and last Friday do charity called for finishing the insurgents off? If there's an armed encounter killed them, he said. Don't mind human rights. Julie McCarthy NPR news here into the Corona virus pandemic. Nevada's governor is still seeking a balance between keeping the state's tourism business going, while the same time slowing the spread of the Corona virus. Interview with The Associated Press Governors Steve Cecil axing he plans to use Nevada safety protocols as a selling point to bring tourists, conventions and trade shows back to Las Vegas, the adult entertainment hub with its casinos live shows in large hotel properties has been hard hit by the coronavirus. Crude oil futures prices move lower today, Oil down a dollar and four cents a barrel to end the session at 65 05 a barrel on New York Mercantile Exchange..
"cecil" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"We welcome you back great to have you here and more of your phone calls at eight five five two four two seven two eight five couple of guests dropping by shortly and right now. Let's check in with joe. Who is in georgia. Hey joe hey paul how are you today. I'm well thank you. Oh good Vote you know that. I'm the Eighty three years old. And i had major back surgery three months ago so i spent a lot of afternoons and our connor watching your show and i want to commend you on how you handle The public and their calls some of which are very hard handle. I'm sure but. I think you do a tremendous job in In dealing with the public three hours a day five days a week. Thank you thank you. How's your behalf. How's your back surgery coming. Well it's doing fine. I'm progress in waco. Actually three year old today is my birthday. So i'm guessing there and As a plane. That i was having before i uh the surgery has been alleviated and and So i'm progressing. But while i was calling about there's been some good discussions in the last few days about announcer sports announcers for many years ago and i. I grew up in middle tennessee And i started listening to tennessee. university's raw cast isn't oh in the late forties in georgia mooney the broadcaster. I guess he was probably the sec. Broadcaster behind Ninja nelson started the vault at network. I i'm just guessing that i don't know i think you're right about Yeah yeah. I think you are correct. general naylor was to coach at that time. As a matter of fact. I read something general legal the other day. He had the over exactly one half of his career football games. That didn't see his team how to shut out and that just amaze me That one half of his total football games the other teams that score founded good. George mundi George clooney in the forties As a matter of fact I wound up interning. Ut hospital in the early sixties. George clooney kicking in early. One morning he'd been fishing and a book at flown In his ear. And that's very painful. And we spend a few moments got that out and so forth but he was a very nice man also growing up middle tennessee used to list delay munson and lay. Must've at that time was bender. Built announcer and also announced the nice football. Double a baseball right if it's chicks and so forth and But in those early at the other thing. I remember about the announcers. Those early days is in the early fifties when he finally got tv The world series was always televised by the announcer whose team won the world series. So mel adding was own darn near every year as the announcer the yankees and always just enjoy it. Listen them by the way. I think he actually formed the alabama Sports up in bessemer Right outside of birmingham and not far from tuscaloosa. Right yes And they'll they'll those guys were just giants Was absolutely he was a really. I really enjoy this guy for or or just great announcer. But i heard you talking to memphis of they back growing list. The cardinal broadcasts and i came a cardinal fan that team forty six and because in those days as you don't came away experts only Well saint louis was the only national major league baseball team at k. More what's showing up with the signal week again in middle tennessee. Especially at not so. Hey kerry jack book and those guys this tone for many many many years happen to be listening all the sunday afternoon that same usual hip. Five home run. Oh wow double header never been done before since of course. I don't play doubleheaders budget but anyway those little those old those those announcers people were talking about yesterday. They before on your show just brought back a lot of members of all these Also before tv and the late forties. I can remember the only baseball information that would get would be a man named gordon. Mclennan and gordon mcclendon that. Think on the mutual sports radio network. I think what it was and he would. They would announce about two games a week usually on the weekends. I guess i don't know where that name rings a bell to. You're not that's way back there. And they know i I don't say this too often anymore. But that was that was before my time. no well. i'm older than dirt than Act remember things like that but they used to call him. the old. The old scotsman. Gordon clinton than and i don't remember who else is with him Later on monday. Night football i enjoy it Don meredith all that. You're just great great members. Well i'll i'll let you go again. I wanted to commend. You on how you how you do your show been the courteous person that you that you are the. And the you're to be commanded for that. Well thank you very much Doc and you you take yourself continued to continue. Good luck with the recovery. Well thank you sir. have a good day you bet. Wonderful to hear from you. And matt is up next in san antonio hilla matt agent today my friend mr paul finebaum what is going on that. Well what type of attack saying that. He didn't have playoff system spokesman. Jason good news. I'm going to see it back dr tomorrow and take care of my back or matters fantastic. Well paul i kind of agree. The playoffs be spent. I wanna talk about putting expanded to like a game playoffs to sell because divide teams. Don't get in as seems fair. They don't get in but the rule of the law of course of the to prove it to get in the playoffs but does seem fair to their teams. Go feed it or in the other. I'm tara five continental get in here. I know i i it. It is going to happen. Mad you've heard this conversation Ad nauseam on this program. It won't happen for a couple of years and and least we'll just have to have it just it. It has to change from how it is. And i all i m aggie football new really good this year with no eleven one paul. I don't make predictions all the time. But we're gonna beat alabama but this year we're going to beat them because they're journalists myers and we do. We turn people on defense there or carolina. People often theater paul. Yeah well i do think that would be a very interesting game but but you take care of yourself. Thank you for the call and Judge is up next in raleigh. Hey judge hey good afternoon It's always good to hear you and talk to you and thank you like a previous gentlemen said you. You're listening skills and respect that people really I think really help out a.
Fresh update on "cecil" discussed on San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona
"Ballot. During a news conference in downtown Sacramento, one of the campaign leaders said they want to make sure this goes off without a hitch. You wanted to spend the next couple of days because we don't want to have Mr Gan begins. We don't have any way don't want a politician to go ahead and be real movement that the people who created for so many months now recall backers must present the petition signatures to the Secretary of State by March. 17 Phil Farrar, KOGO needs the dude Duke and Duchess of Cecil It's revealing unknown stories about their time in the royal family. Speaking with Oprah Winfrey first CBS, Meghan Markle revealed she and Prince Harry got married in secret three days before the royal wedding. She also said she was told her son would not be a prince despite protocol so he would not have protection. She also noted at the same time, some members of the institution she called it were concerned about how dark their son would be. Marchal opened up about being suicidal and how she was done and how she was denied being hospitalized. Because she was told it would look bad. Well, are you suffering from zoom fatigue? Turns out it's a real thing. We'll talk about it live. We have your traffic and weather in three minutes. Cocoa to use time. Seven. Oh, seven. T Mobile is now the leader in five G coverage and.
Danish Police Arrest 13 on Suspicion of Planning Attack in Denmark or Germany
"Police have arrested 13 people in Denmark and one in Germany on suspicion of planning a terror attack and one of those two countries, Cecil over guard reports. Police say that during raids carried out over the last week, they found materials that could be used to make a bomb as well of guns and a flag of the Islamic state. Three of the suspects are brothers, according to German media. Denmark's intelligence service says an attack does not appear to have been imminent. But the country's justice minister says the case shows the terrorist threat against Denmark is still serious. Means have been particularly worried about attacks since 2005 when one of the country's newspapers published cartoons depicting Mohammed, sparking protests around the world. For NPR News. I'm sizzle Overgaard in
Fresh update on "cecil" discussed on Derek Hunter
"I'm Michael Philip Ellie and the 6 80 Wcbm Maryland News Center with the headlines making news this hour. Governor Hogan concerned with the Baltimore High School after a report of students failing there, he said, he's looking for the inspector general to investigate Augusta Fells Savage Institute of Visual Arts. Baltimore City schools has launched a separate investigation for City Council members announced a joint effort to tackle Baltimore's growing trash and illegal dumping concerns. They say they'll introduce resolutions that'll increase opportunities for trash haulers to step in and help clean up the city. Baltimore City Public School starting today will attempt to resume a traditional sports program. With up to seven weeks of competition. Atletic competitions would begin April 5th and run through May 22nd, Iraq Ville police officer and a corporal with the National Guard member. Arrested while working a mass vaccination clinic at six Flags amusement park on a child pornography charge. Daniel Moreau ceviche of Meta Frederick was released pending trial. He was already suspended by Rocco Police on an unrelated matter. Elkton, Maryland, Police say the owners of the Cecil County Motel were shot in a dispute over a room rental 59 year old woman shot in the chest and killed Friday night at New Eastern Motel, which she owned with the 59 year old husband. He was shot in the lower torso and was in critical but stable condition Saturday police arrested 26 year old Hakim Evans of Newark, Delaware..
"cecil" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Of the whole country literally throwing up. Its hands and saying well. We can't do anything about this. No first of all There were other great news. It was a fascinating and became great here for college football. Now what would happen. A lot would be. They would play each other. Alabama would play. usc But just think of the the great alabama and oklahoma teams of the nineteen seventies and never played each other bear. Bryant never played against herschel walker. Yeah so so we do. Have we do have that but You know coach. Bryant had the run in the southeastern conference with dominating the south twice. i'm in the sixties and again in the seventies But they weren't. And i certainly want several national championships when the polls pick the national champions but it was never a case that i can recall where the us's oklahoma's notre dame's nebraska's the teams texas. The teams over there were powerhouses. That time felt like we gotta do something you know what once anybody gonna do. I think allows state again difficult year difficult year with the corona virus. But i think house. They thought they had one of their best teams ever this year an integrated team and could at the end of the day to come close in the championship. So yeah it's it's different is different. You know people respected alabama knew that alabama was great in the seventies But it wasn't just this unbelievable ryan and even at seventy would. I sorta shared it with usa and seventy nine When they wanted outright they weren't just so dominant in those years the way that they have been really since nick cited not arrived as first year was a rebuilding Really says nick sabin second year. Incredible basketball and football and the man covering it for the tuscaloosa news. seasonal her. It's always great to talk to you. we could. I could talk every day and We probably need to But but yeah i. I was writing about coach brand today. Because bruce arians coaching in the super bowl tomorrow and Thirty eight years after coach bryant has to weigh Bruce arians if the bucks to get win even by period he's the first one of all the bryant players coaches that went into coach. He's the first one in the super bowl. Didn't allow that so. It's an amazing legacy. Yeah bruce arians has had. He was kirk price last assistance. He came back for one. More tour of duty ended ended brother and did. But you know what everybody's made call. It was just agree with no iran. And he laughed about it. I mean obviously. He's been in a couple of super bowls he's he's not reading over Getting fired by mike. You know he. He understands football and a great guy. i'll i'll be pulling for tampa because because bruce now what a see so Thanks so much for coming back that there's still a coach brack connection. That is i. I i knew him but i am so hung up on his last time. There i forgot about the first time Well said says read it still. Has the big deal. Has the big Time magazine cover coach bryan on the brunt of time that poster that loan up Still in bruce arians office and that is quite a quite a quite a time magazine cover. One coach. bryant was going after the record. She's will come back soon. We we appreciate it very much. Thanks do it always great. She's so hurt Nobody better we'll take a break More of your phone calls final thirty minutes right after this. You're listening to the paul finebaum. Show podcast.
"cecil" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Then they played last year so expectations were high particularly when when john. Patty opted not to enter the draft. They have herb jones coming back Cairo lewis obviously was was going into the draft. Everybody do that but Had a core of a veteran players and recruited really well. Josh primo kiana. Ls so people were excited but now to say the people were immediately expecting the the top of the league or a ten game sec winning streak this game. This should be a great game on espn tomorrow. But in the preseason coaches call Alabama was picked. Six league missouri was picked town so it's surprised teams Both both really successful. I think because they have experienced veteran players good players coach talking to Seasonal hurt here In one or two more questions about about Tomorrow and looking beyond that. I saw you tweet today about the possibility of a number one seat. Anyway she okay. We tv audience a minute ago. They are now back so we have been talking to seasonal hurt. We have a radio component of the show changes. See-saw apologize for all the confusion. It's just it's just live live entertainment as you know but the better debasement over feel better the basement over on highland. You're right with the shag carpeting on the wall. Let me let me just ask you about You know the story. I mean it's february fifth but The tournaments around the corner and and you were talking today or at least relating to the idea that alabama is is close to being rejected or is being projected as they number one seed joel already. Latest projection has them as the fourth number. One seat. You know houston lost earlier this week. it's close but Yeah joe has them on the one line jerry. Palm has both alabama and missouri on the to line so the winner has a chance to to move up probably in his projection as well so Again it's early. It's it's we all remember the college. Football rankings one seattle miss and mississippi state in the top four So there's a lot of basketball played. But if alabama continues to success then then it would be possible to to get a one-seat and unusual. Ncaa tournament the one site in cia tournament in indianapolis or metro indianapolis but Alabama's never been a one-seat they were two-seat in greenville In two thousand and two and bouncing around with thirty two bama's for all the great cmu teams for all of Well sanderson's outstanding teams. They've never been on one seat in an ncaa tournament again projections now or or sewer normally a normal basketball season alabama on february. If you you're seeing alabama on a bracket projection In recent years it's been are they first four in are they. First four out are. The next for out is been bubbled every year. It seemed like even with colin sex that they had to win. They've got to beat in the conference tournament to get in So it's been a. It's been a long stretch. Alabama's been talking about that kind of lofty seating and ceiling fairly certain and unless everything just collapses which doesn't appear to be the case That they'll be in a good position when the tournament comes around. I do vaguely remember seasonal Didn't wasn't there a mar godfrey team that was number one in the country and then Either missed the term number one in december they were number one in december but they didn't have a great run through the conference right That season they lost out of utah in right when they were ranked number one but I think we're nine nine in the league could got in the But barely got in. It says we also had an elite eight exactly We lost a yukon. It says a lot. About where alabama basketball is that that the second subject we get. You is the greatest recruiting class in alabama football history. But i mean that is not a news like like that that that for better or worse. That's dogged by may exactly does collusive. That's not that's not breaking You know the day will come join. alabama doesn't have that that'll be that'll be degree least at least in the top three with And it'll be much bigger headline than dixie just going out getting seven five stars again. See so i. I talked about nick sabin here for so long that i am running out of things to ask you but just trying to put into perspective the last few weeks. It's like not that he had moved off the stage. But when you don't win for two whole years in eighteen nineteen people start to wonder about you but It's it's we're right back to where we were aren't we In some ways even more. So you know. I think now people though well had two years off obviously clemson beat alabama and lsu beat alabama to champions came through alabama. Some point in the process So so nick was right there involved. I think a lot of people first of all as you had a great season. I'm not taking anything away from them. And then to one hundred percent healthy for much of the year before he went com- completely Out of the lineup last year. I think when you saw this year's offense you saw what a health with a healthy to a what they would have been capable of offensively Again he played against lsu. I don't think he was one hundred percent but As you had a great it was. Lsu i'm not taking away from that but Alabama new coming into this season. They just did note. There would be a season But but they knew they had a tremendous amount of offensive firepower Felt like they could be good enough to pensively. Didn't know that it would end up obviously being all power five all sec schedule until the playoffs and so he did it. A little differently But yeah the same andrew resolved and people you know. People are comparing it to to uconn women's basketball or ucla. When john wooden was there or or you know the yankees back in the in the nineteen fifties That that people are starting to look. Maybe the patriots a little bit That seems to be To run its course in some ways but Yeah people are they'll they'll enter twenty twenty one with Everybody in tuscaloosa expecting another national championship and everybody everywhere else opened somebody else. She so dot com all in. And i know. I realize you. You covered the end of coach bryant. But you you know alabama out better than anyone even during the runs that alabama had in the sixties in the late seventies when they were going for three petes i mean was it ever this great in terms.
"cecil" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Final hour of the day of the week have arrived. We'll talk to her coming up here in just a few minutes before we get to that and back to your calls. Let's think back to some of the moments of this week surely basketball starting to take center stage but so was national signing day and the incredible class You cannot find. Enough adjectives to describe. Would nick sabin accomplished on wednesday jon. Salty gave it a shot back that he keeps recruiting at this level and keeps bringing in super highly regarded recruits to disclu. So it's not anything that we're unfamiliar with. But the fact that alabama is signing against such an incredible class. That i think matt did a good job of kind of summing up just shows that alabama's not going anywhere anytime soon. Though was john altea. We had a number of other guests. Talking about nick. Sabin including chris lowe who has chronicled savings. Since the day he arrived in tuscaloosa. He loves the game. He loves being around the players and the staff and been on the practice field. He told me one time. I said you know how much longer can you do this. And he looked at me and said i can't imagine my life not doing i don't even want to imagine i mean that's how much he enjoys it. So people look at their work or their profession is a grind. It certainly coaching. Football can be grind. I don't think nick is ever looked at it like that and finally we had danny sheridan on yesterday. He he jokingly i don't think was joking. He said he believes he would take the over on saving coaching past the age of eighty but he also had some predictions for the twenty one season right around the personally and certainly no shock the first three alabama because of the way they dominate the conference because of how well coached him because of their players. Same with clemson. I don't see how clemson lose an acc game. Ohio state totally dominates their conference. So i think you'd have to go with those three. And i would say the fourth team would be georgia. I think georgia's loaded if georgia didn't win this year. Paul you can forget it. They're not gonna win for a long time. I win. I mean get to the final four. You can bet. Also that line got to athens georgia. Let's get back to the call and check in with josh up next in florida. Hey josh thank you and good afternoon. Hey mister mom thank you for taking my call. Thank you can barely hear you. I just got a couple of things. I'd like to say for example. You're talking about alabama basketball being there but let me ask you this question and answer me honestly what university into power five has won national championships in all three major men's sports. I'm guessing of florida they did. They went baseball a couple of years ago. Oh six zero seven seven right so you know. I mean the other thing i want to speak to you about. Is you know. We've been talking about this tennessee thing for a long time and i think unfairly jeremy pruitt has taken the brunt you know maybe he s the greatest coach or maybe he is the worst coast but phil fulmer was the boss and then you have the lady that shot him in basically shot him in the heart when she went on tv. And you know what do you call her. I call her to cancel or not the chance. She's the cancer. She got josh. When you're the chancellor of a university and you find out there is malfeasance and illegality going on your watch what are you supposed to do. Look the other way. And then po po potentially put your university in worse shape so Dink wherever you are. But i did the right thing. Let's check in with squirrel next squirrel. You're on the air as soon as make this really really really appreciate you taking my. Can you hear me yeah. i can't. I'm sorry there was an echo mine. But that's okay great show today Is really interesting when when logan young's attorney called in and We need to get him on for a whole segment sometime. He would be great. Yeah and laura great here. Her again and We miss having her on and calling in talking with her. And what have you and Really great here and got the legend calling back. Now that alabama's won a national championship Good to hear some of these callers and these So the talks are underway. Maybe to get jim back on. The show is that's what That's what legends. Apparently legend has a new job of. He's not only a caller the talk show but he's a he's a lawyer and he's a diplomat. Yeah right and Well you know. I still feel responsible for that real that they between you and gm and he you said it's not about fall. I kind of agree with you on that. But if there's anything i can do to help you. These negotiations want me. I was just mobile today. I'll be glad to come down and Help smooth things out With jim because i liked seeing back on the air too so Just wanted to throw my two cents in there He big plans for the super bowl. no i plan on watching it at home Pretty much like everything else. For the larry elder decatur. Is you grill or do you cook or decatur in. What do you do I think it'd be pretty simple. You know me Squirrel i doubt I'm not not exactly a big sonia branch dressing. Salon i might You know put a little block them. Only on my hand on my celery sticks through a grilled cheese sandwiches. Oh man look. Thanks for taking my call. You have a good weekend thank great. Thank you appreciate the call. Let's talk to charlie next Hr charlie go right ahead. You're on the air. Hey paul how you doing charlie. I'm doing great. Thank you for the call. Thanks for taking my call. Listen i just wanted to. I wanted to share something with you about the bayer in olden style thing. I'm originally from florida dan. Jacksonville and why some birmingham. I got out military in. We moved birmingham for a while and house. Fortunate enough to be usher over legion field in early to mid seventies and got to see the bear few towns there and you know when you moved alabama. You have to get to declare. Sure your your help them. We're all we're fan in my my father-in-law's big alabama fan so became one in. I guess it was nineteen. Seventy but to see those fellas come across the field from from From the north end zone and bear following along behind him with this program saying heat stroll down to the to the south fence there in the end by the end zone and he would go to every person along at thins. Was you know in a wheelchair or on crutches or whatever and shake their hand and you know that that says a lot for a million and you know back in those days. He let the students early and they'd be sitting in in South east corner and he'd walk around by those fans and they started hollered rule and keep that hat to them and they tied role. And i know you were there during some of that and i know you remember And there was nothing quite like. You're by the way. I never realized he did that with with the With the folks in the wheelchair that's That's remarkable absolutely games there and he would look would go down that all the way down to folks. Shake your hands. Talk to alway down that seeing. It's really nice. Thank you charlie. Thank you for sharing that story. I i can't thank you enough. It was really a maybe fridays or becoming a little bit more in the stahl gic and we now the season's over but That's a really rich story. Thank you for the call. We will take a break when we come back Always look forward to talking to cease will hurt who covered the end of coach bryant as well and certainly doing a superb job covering the tenure. Nick saban he's also talking about basketball tonight and we'll talk to him about the big game against missouri tomorrow with alabama..
Jane Fonda to Receive Golden Globes’ Cecil B. DeMille Award
"Is gonna be the recipient of the Cecil B de Mille Award next month at the Golden Globes. The award recognizes an actor outstanding contribution to the world of entertainment. It's gonna be on February 28 the Golden Globes this year, She's 83. Nobody looks better. Jade Vonda. She's been nominated for 15, Golden Globes and 17. Wow, and she won three of her golden Globes for best actress in a drama, so she definitely deserves it. Oh, she
Jane Fonda to Receive Golden Globes’ Cecil B. DeMille Award
"The Golden Globes will give it Cecil B. De Mille Award to two time Oscar winner Jane Fonda during the 78th annual awards ceremony. February 28th, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association making that announcement today the award honoring offscreen activism and onscreen performances. Now 83 year old Jane Fonda spent much of the 2019 here in the district peacefully demonstrating for action on climate change.
Jane Fonda to receive Golden Globes' Cecil B. DeMille Award
"The golden globes will present its highest honor to actor Jane Fonda marches are a letter with the latest Jane Fonda already knows she will take home a golden globe trophy at the February twenty eighth ceremony she will receive the Cecil B. de Mille award given to a person who has made an impact on entertainment the Hollywood foreign press association says it is recognizing Fonda for her undeniable talent and her unrelenting activism the golden globe nominations will come out February third
Is it better to have more projects or a single focus?
"Hi chris my name is laura and over the past year. I've been exploring a few different ideas and have made some progress. But i keep going back and forth about the goals of focus versus diversification. Am i going to be better off. Trying several things at once or identifying a single project that i can go all in with. I know you've talked about this subject before. But i still don't know what's the best for me if it helps. I do have a good amount of time. I can devote to this and i really want to succeed. I would love any advice. You can give me thanks. Thank you so much laura. I really want you to succeed as well. And i know that this question actually relates to so many people out there. Because it's a variation of what i hear all the time. What is best for me. How do i figure it out again. How do i manage the limited time. Focus that i have which is the same for all of us right. We all have limited time and focus by the way. Thank you for spending your limited time and focus in listening to this podcast. I don't take it for granted. And i always tried to deliver something helpful to you. So let's dive into this. The goal or let's say value of diversification versus the goal or value focus. I like those words that laura used you know. Diversification is all about okay. Don't put all your eggs in one basket right. You've probably heard that phrase focus is all about the principle of steady work. Overtime is better than having your attention. Divided in lots of different ways. Said he worked. Perhaps on one narrow focus over time could be better than trying to do a whole lot of things so in general. I don't think that you should start half a dozen projects. I think that model. That i mentioned that the lawyer who's doing eight to ten is pretty difficult to replicate like. It might work for some people but not for most of us. I also think it's wise to dabble in experiment a bit. And there's a big difference between those two things like if you hear dabble experiments like what's the difference between trying to start a dozen projects. Well research is also important. And so you. You have to ask yourself like. Are you starting from ground zero. Where you really have no idea what you'd like to do or do you have a general direction because if you're starting from ground zero than than it might make more sense to explore a lot of different things and give yourself a time period of three to six months to just kind of learn right and not expect that this first thing you started the second thing or whatever it is is going to be thing either way. I think a good model for a lot of us is to go with two ideas that are substantially different from one another and you can think of them as like one is your main idea and the other is your secondary slash fun idea. That your first idea shouldn't be fine but it's more like a side hustle to your side hustle right and over time you kind of see okay. Which one of. I getting more response from is that secondary slash fun thing really just a hobby is the first one taking off while i wanted to devote more attention to it or is it the other way around where you realize that. Actually your second idea might be better than you can discard one. Perhaps start something new or go all in with the idea. That's working overall. One of the reasons i use storytelling when teaching is because not everything works for everyone. So in the archives the vast archives of cecil school now we have worked on many stories where the person really digs in and commits to one thing for a long time and that focus leads to their success. But i would say just as often or at least in addition we've had lots of stories of people who've tried a couple of things at once. It was combination or diversification that led to their success. So i hope this is helpful but really it is up to you in the end. So here's one final question that might help narrow down. Does the idea of trying three or four projects at once. Let's say feel exciting or does it feel overwhelming right and that might give the ultimate answer as to what to do next
Denmark to end oil, gas extraction in North Sea
"Denmark is to burnish its reputation as a leader in fighting climate change. Reporters said so far tells us. Denmark will end oil and gas extraction in the north sea by two thousand fifty. Denmark is the largest producer of offshore gas and oil in the european union keeping in mind that heavy hitters. Norway and britain are not part of the eu. But a third of denmark's electricity now comes from wind turbines and the country has made a point of pushing its sustainability credentials as an exporter of green products. And know how it's in that late. That broad political majority has voted to cancel the latest round of oil and gas licensing and vowed to end all offshore activity by twenty fifty when the country aims for climate neutrality. The loss won't be too dramatic while the industry has brought some eighty billion to the small country since the seventies in the last decade oil and gas prophets have taken a dive for npr news. I'm cecil over guard. In denmark
Nevada Gov. Sisolak tests positive for COVID-19
"And they get Nevada governor Steve Cecil AC, saying he's tested positive for covert 19, the fifth governor to report testing positive for the Corona
Main cooperative selling mink to shut as virus forces cull
"The world's largest for auction house says it will be closing over the next 2 to 3 years settle over. God reports that the announcement from Copenhagen for follows Denmark's decision to destroy millions of mink as a result of Corona virus variants being discovered, citing a high risk to public health. Danish officials last week ordered the country's 17 million mink killed after a Corona virus mutation showed reduced sensitivity to anti bodies. In the political fallout that's followed. There was some waffling over whether mink farmers should be allowed to keep breeding stock that would enable an eventual restart of the industry but for Copenhagen for a cooperative owned by Danish mink farmers. The writing is on the world. The CEO says Even the strongest community cannot survive the decisions that have been made. Meanwhile, Humane Society International hails the news as a tipping point that could signal the beginning of the end of the fur trade. For NPR News. I'm Cecil Oh, Regard in
Nevada governor tests positive for COVID-19
"Do tonight. The governor of Nevada has tested positive for covert 19 Democrats. Steve Cecil Act, is the fifth governor to report a positive test. He says he doesn't have any symptoms, but he will quarantine. The announcement comes the same day as CeCe elect State reported a record 1857 new coronavirus cases.
Tesla stock rises after earnings and revenue top estimates
"He's a Bloomberg Business World. Hank Waters. I'm Charlie Tesler tops estimates, keeping its 500,000 car target for 2020 shower shares are driving hard now up by 3.2% after ours. Tesla's third quarter adjusted GPS 76 cents. Estimates were for 55. Cents a revenue beat as well. Third quarter revenue 8.77 Billion estimates were for 8.26 billion. So again, Ah beat out of Tesla's saying a repeating that it will deliver 500,000 vehicles in 20, saying it does remain a target again. Cecil shares up right now. By 3.3%
"cecil" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
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"cecil" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Bam We welcome you back. And when we left you twenty hours ago, it literally seemed like the College football world was on the precipice. We'll find out today if things have calmed down. Nearly twenty hours after the revelation. Games biggest name Nick Sabin has tested positive for covert will talk to hurt momentarily find out savings condition and whether the game is still on, that is the headline. There's the article from tied Sports Dot Com. And it's a big one. We've seen a lot since Kovic started at, but this one is certainly at the top of the list when it comes to college football other than were piloting football. Game is still on though Strang I, a strange seemed like a we just quit talking about the biggest game of the year. About twenty hours ago. Meanwhile Georgia response. They're paying attention or they everybody should pay attention. How many times have you heard that today? How many people are actually doing? It is another question but everybody is. Saying, the right thing. In swampland the gators stand. By their protocol. Just the other day Dan. Mullen. said. We're doing it safely. Twenty one players. Number of assistance now with cove. And the game has been postponed. And the story earlier in the week that has seemingly been forgotten about Mizzou, had a big game week after a huge win last week. Now, they have nothing to do. The quarterback. Now the Tigers with all the time on his an will use it probably unwisely, but he'll be on the show in about three hours. And we of course, we'll get to your phone calls at eight, five, five, two, four, two, seven, two, eight, five, and we'll get an update now from one of my close friends cease will hurt who has been leading the coverage of the Tuscaloosa Alabama. Football. For a long time and. She's great to have you on. Thank you very much, and certainly a lot of coverage and big events over the years. But but I'm curious your perspective on yesterday afternoon what it was like, and then we'll get to what it all means good after them. Yeah, it was. It was. EPIC There have been a lot of big stories over the forty years from coach Bryan retirement. On and his his. Career but. This.
Boston - Patriots Fans Agree With Postponed Game
"Jets again this weekend as the team is sidelined as Corona virus kicks this week's game with the Broncos. Next weekend. Honestly, I just thought like we're going to keep getting cases surprise for that fan but certainly disappointment to the NFL postpones the Pats game from what was scheduled to be an afternoon kickoff today after another player tests positive this weekend, shutting down the Patriots facility at Gillette Stadium. Now three players have tested positive and another is sidelined. After either a positive test or exposure to someone with the virus. This is the second weekend in a row Patriots games have been shuffled questions about the quarterbacks. Availability are still off of the air and now Cam Newton's own father. He's throwing in his two cents on the subject. Let's check in on Fort Foxboro this morning at the latest with W. P. Z's James Ross. Good Morning, James. Good morning. So this is the third schedule change for the Patriots in the past 10 days because of covert concerns. But the good news is when the Patriots do play the Broncos Cam Newton maybe back behind center, according to his dad, Cecil, who spoke too optimistic Lee to ABC News. I'm sure he's roaring to go to play. We were close in the last game. Kansas City that is, and I know it was kind of eating him to not be a participant, but you can't compromise the safety of the team. Yeah, good news, though. Cam Newton, apparently not experiencing symptoms, and his dad says he is prepared. The Patriots Broncos game rescheduled for this upcoming Sunday pending Koven 19 test results. James RoHaas W. B
"cecil" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"We're make will make an indigenous Martian population and then screw them over we will. We will fight wars over some net come out the ground in. And right we will. Yes. We draw an imaginary line on a planet in you like decides ours. Let's be angry about it forever. But angry forever cat. Species man I had to read I couldn't end this without talking about some defenses of Cecil Rhodes. So I found one published back in two thousand and sixteen incidentally by standpoint magazine. Now, a sizeable chunk of their defense is related to probably the most prominently acquire a quote most regularly attributed to Cecil. Rhodes. I prefer land to inwards now Cecil did not say this exact quote it's actually kind of merging two things he said including you remember that quote I said earlier that he wants to annex land natives. He said this he just didn't say it exactly that any said the N. word a lot. Constantly, he just didn't say it exactly that way. So not much of a defense that he said something slightly different but the same thing in my fucking book now. Again. The right book. Yeah the defense get funnier and funnier from there on out I'm GonNa read one besides roads besides roads early arguably racist reference..
"cecil" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"Yeah. Because increasing numbers of black Africans were either filling land white people wonder even worse move into cities that white people lived in, and if you have this population of people is big underclass who don't have enough money all living in cities some of the might agitate for better. Living conditions and that could lead to a revolution. He was also terrified that if you gave Africans enough land, you know enough of the land that they already owned They might not get jobs because they'd be able to take care of themselves and they're trying to induct Africa into the global capitalist system at this point. so He's terrified that. If they're able to to see to their own needs in their own land. What need do they have to get involved in the system in which they will fundamentally. Have to be under US dude when like. Just. It had such a mind bender because I'm like okay. We was taking care of ourselves before you got here. Yeah also for a long time, we did it for a long time matter of fact, longer than any other humans because this is Africa so we was here the whole time. And now you worried about, uh us being able to take care of our so. And it's funny because again, I I did read some defenses modern defenses by modern conservative Cecil Rhodes. One thing. That like he talked about, you know he he didn't he wasn't racist. He just believes that. British civilization was superior and it was and it will list all in all of these tribes that he's conquering. Finding a lot of them do the things like female genital mutilation things that are very horrible. Because all groups of organized human beings do bad things. It's just that people do period and it's like, yes, it's true. All of those tribes had problems and things like were were bad. They did and the British Empire starved thirty million people to death in order to make a profit. So let's not fucking get up on our high horses about the already of Anglo like civil fucking exemption like, oh, come on yourself. Yeah. Basically you're right? Yes, you say. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah, when did they start in? When did they start important the Indians to like work because that? I think that's a later period not come up in my research and this the it's happening in this period I'm sorry if I don't want to make a statement that one way or the other because it's not my area of expertise. Daw. None of this really is, but I read up on this shit. So. Cecil claims to parliament without quote without the dignity of Labor Africans would live in Sloth and laziness..
"cecil" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"Back so. Has just landed in Africa Southern Africa in the Cape. Colony and the first thing he learns after setting foot on the continent. Is that the cotton he'd he'd gone there to grow cotton because his brother has this cotton farm. And this is a period where cotton's price temporarily skyrocketed because the US has a civil war and German burns all of the cotton fields. So there's a period. For the longest not profitable for anyone but people who lived in the south the United States to grow cotton because it's just the best region to grow it in and they were producing. So much of it, there was no point in anyone else growing it. There's this brief cotton boom in this period gi eighteen seventies and it doesn't last long but it's kind of at its height when he lands in Africa but as soon as he gets to, Africa, he starts talking with people and he learns that cotton he hears about essentially a boom product that he finds a lot more exciting than cotton diamonds. Yeah? So Yes diamonds and he starts talking with as soon as he lands. He meets a guy who discovered a massive diamond mine in southern Africa and yeah and his brother actually doesn't show up to meet him. He leaves him a note because he was scoping out diamond fields when SESA landed in had also kind of moved on from the cotton. These are all these are all speculators right like there boom chasers, but it's the same basic thing going on in Africa in this period in southern Africa in this period as was going on in California. With the goal? Yeah. Yeah. So Cecil fell in love with the geography of Africa at once. When I say he fell in love with it i. i WanNa be really I like he didn't fall in love with Africa, he fell in love with the land in Africa. It was a possessive love and it did not include. It's the people there and that's a long-term sort of thing they'd sessile. Yeah. Having spent a decent amount of time in Africa there is and I say this in all honesty there is something magical there and then.
"cecil" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"Contemporaries and servants she provided an ample measure of love for her children especially sessile it was that special love the foundation of his invincible self-confidence, an affirmative sense of self which was both a spur to accomplishment and resilient buffer against the ravages, a failure to his credit and discredit roads throughout his lifetime was remarkably free of both guilt and shame. So his mom is very supportive in maybe she should have been a little less supportive. To the parent that actually cares about the biggest fear is that you were you actually showed your favorites and I cared for one more than the other and then one of them is like well-adjusted in wonderful and then the other ones like you know in and out of Rehab and you're like. Not, to shame anybody for that. But you're just like or the one, and then like in this scenario, the one you actually unfairly favored turns out to be a piece of crap. You trying to avoid you're saying, yeah. That's kind of where we're where the stories aline fortunately. So yeah, he grows up Yeah. It very, very, very much coddled by his Mama. This and he grew up very entitled as a result of this, and this is particularly illustrated by an anecdote from his nurse when he was five or six years old, she just made jam and had set it up high to cool. She left the room for a few minutes and she came back the jam was gone and sessile had clearly eaten it. So I'm going to quote her relating the rest of the story sessile. Did you eat that gem? Yes he replied. I am sorry it's gone. It was very good. Make some more. Can't take any of this new. That was those that is first of all spot on great acts. and. He's giving orders to adults. Yeah. Just make more. I wish Cecil it was Caesar so are. So. When a nurse comes in and says. You eat that jam and he goes Hail Yeah. Make..
"cecil" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
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India Logs Over 90,000 Coronavirus Cases for 5th Day
"Death toll from covert 19 is now more than 194,000 people. While some 40,000 new cases are being confirmed daily. Those numbers from Johns Hopkins University. Around the world case numbers are growing fastest. In India, where health officials continue to report single day totals will above 90,000. Travelling the country's overall talent 24 and three quarter million that's below only the 6.5 million in the US now having a vaccine is good, but we're rounding the turn. Regardless, we're rounding the turn. That's President Trump at a campaign rally Saturday night in Minden, Nevada, defying local authorities after his plan TTO hold one in Reno was stopped out of concern it would violate Corona virus guidelines. Trump accused Governor Steve Cecil Act, a Democrat of blocking the rally for political reasons. That's OK. You know you call it We call this a protest because if you call the protest, you're allowed to dozens of people reported missing after a devastating wildfire in southern Oregon have been accounted for. But the death toll across Oregon, California and Washington state Has now reached at least 33 Governor Jay Inslee tells ABC is this week. Now we have a blowtorch over our states in the West, which is climate change. And we know that climate change is making fires start Easier, spread faster and intensified warnings of strong winds that could fan fires a new are adding to the urgency of firefighter's efforts. I'm Ben Thomas. AP News Lance Corporal Joseph Scott Pemberton says he is grateful to Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte for pardoning him. Pemberton also expressed sympathy to the family of Jennifer Laude who he was convicted of killing in 2014 in a motel near Manila. The U. S embassy says old legal proceedings in the case took place under Phillip ain't jurisdiction. The pardon has been condemned by LGBT Q groups. It's also reignited perceptions that American military personnel who break Philippine laws could get special treatment under the visiting forces Agreement. I'm Sarah buses a US Marine convicted of killing a Filipino transgender woman has been deported. After a presidential pardon cut short his detention Lance Corporal Joseph Scott Pemberton says he is grateful to Filipino President Rodrigo Do 30 for pardoning him. Pemberton also expressed sympathy to the family of Jennifer Laude who he was convicted of killing in 2014 in a motel near Manila. The U. S Embassy says old legal proceedings in the case took place under Phillip ain't jurisdiction. Pardon has been condemned by LGBT Q groups. It's also reignited perceptions that American military personnel who break Philippine laws could get special treatment under the visiting forces Agreement. I'm Sarah bus it, George Kabul didn't expect the flames to close in on the family compound in Mill City. When we've seen the fire that close, we just grab the animals. Left all but the cat couldn't find And then the cat came back. Two days. Two or three days later, we found him burnt paws, Amber, Billy, But other than that, we got him and he didn't die. But everything else was gone. Now they're sifting through the charred remains. Just keep working. Keep your head up. Thank God everybody got out. Long as everybody got out. Everything else could be replaced. Except he says his vintage car collection, which was not insured, I'm Julie Walker. We
Trump to hold rallies in Nevada despite restrictions
"Trump campaign announced that the president was coming here are not only for our fundraiser for these two events one in Saturday in Reno in one on Sunday here in Las Vegas, and then the fundraiser I believe would be which somewhere in between on the president would stay overnight here in in Las Vegas but obviously the corona virus rules limit in-person gatherings to fifty people and Donald trump draws a huge crowd we've said before on this podcast, there's no denying one thing and that is donald trump will draw a huge crowd wherever he goes and so the reno-tahoe Airport Authority informed. The private lessors of the airplane hangar where trump had planned to do his Reno Rally that holding that rally would be in violation of the governor's coronavirus restrictions, and additionally that AH demonstrations encountered demonstrations would interfere with airport operations. Both of those things would be in violation of the lease, and so the the tenants of the airport hangar basically said, well, we can't this, and so we're we're going to have to cancel that in Las Vegas it's a little more murky because the party indicated today that it had worked with the owners of the serious aviation airport hangar were that rally was supposed to be held. but that they had not work with the airport and the airport said a plane on the record yesterday that they were never asked whether or not a here, a rally could be held and therefore they never said no to holding a rally because you can't deny permission for something that you were never asked for permission to do. So it's a little more murky there and that has created the impression that these things were announced. In an anticipation that they would be rejected, which would allow the party to not only attack one of its favorite targets here in Nevada Governor Steve Cecil lack who is the person who has imposed these corona virus restrictions on in person gatherings. But also to to claim in a larger sense that Democrats were trying to censor the president trying to keep his fans from seeing him and to basically create a grievance would that they knew would happen I. It was it was a foregone conclusion that they were going to be rejected for this. Now, we're told as we tape this, we're told that. The trip is still on the president is still coming and that perhaps rallies will still be held. We don't know when we don't know where we don't know what venue we don't know how big they they will be or how they will get around the corona virus restrictions because it's going to be very difficult to do whether you do it indoors outdoors wherever you do it those restrictions are really going to put a limit on how many people can attend presidential rally and so There was a repeated reference in today's call and we'll talk more about the cause where he said in a second to having two sets of rules and the rules would be that if you're the Republicans, will you have to abide by the fifty? Person Restrictions, and if you were the Democrats you don't have to do that and look no further than the black lives matter protesters, couple of things about that number one. The Black Latin black lives matter protesters are in fact, breaking the law there they are. They're going against the coronavirus restrictions. So. When they protest they're in violation of the governor's order. There's no question about that because there's more than fifty people they're not practicing social distancing some of them are not wearing masks, etcetera etcetera. A better analogy would be are the Democrats being denied permission to hold their rallies and the answer is no but only because the Democrats have not attempted to hold their rallies, they have not attempted to a whole day a big rally The way president trump has attempted to hold these to rally. So it's really not the same I don't think that there are. Two sets of rules I. think There's one set of rules. The Republicans are being frustrated because they're trying to hold these rallies and they're being told no, they can't, and then they said, well, what about the black lives matter protesters and the answer is, will they're breaking the rules absolutely breaking the rules but I it's a you know the authorities technically could cite them but look. You're GONNA site You know thousands of people were out there protesting they're also not inside the venue where the venue could be cited in the owners could be fine. The way the gels for trump a site it were cited for a in-person gathering that exceeded the fifty person
Bobby Moynihan plays a drug dealing manatee in new Comedy Central show
"Everybody. This is Bobby Moynihan and I'm here to tell you about my new show Lafi on comedy central digital. It's an improvised animated series about a weed dealing Mandy named Lafi, who has to Juggle being a single dad and the number one we'd dealer in New York City all from his tank of the Central Park. Zoo not to be confused with the much cleaner Central Park Zoo and you can expect things. Like a group of zoo animals playing DND Atar, you're trading sexual favors for a harp, a weed smoking hypnotist, a Cammo who thinks he's Markham oh inter species, relationships, outer species, relationships, Inter species, feuds, and much much more with characters voiced and improvised Ron funches Cecil strong Eugene Cordero Gina Gershon. Jason News Kevin Smith Jay Pharaoh Nina West, and Taryn kill him. It's Lo fi on comedy central's youtube and facebook pages out tomorrow.
Trump slams passage of Nevada bill to mail voters ballots
"Another state is adopting mail in elections for November, Nevada's legislature has passed a bill that calls for mailing ballots to all active voters due to the Corona virus pandemic. Governor Steve Cecil AC is expected to sign it into law President Trump tweeted today that the bill's passage is in a legal late night coup the acute he's accusing Cecil lack of exploiting covert 19 to ensure votes in the state would favor Democrats. Aloma
Houston-area women say they feel 'mom-shamed' over fight to send kids back to class
"Houston area women Feeling, Monge Mom shamed. For wanting their kids back in class. Goers. They're going on Social media. They are, you know, no parent groups or whatever and the ones that want their kids back in class because feel they need to go backto work. They're kids need to learn something, and they got it. How many of them were nurses? How many's rumor? Essential workers? How many of them have not been able to stay at home? And how much longer can they do this absolutely worried about their Children being able to be educated. How Muneer Single moms and you've got all these All these other women who are saying, What do you want to kill your Children? What do you know what you're talking about You You can't send your kids to class. That's irresponsible. Cecil
Big Tech CEOs Testimony Before Congress
"Today was the day as I record these words the big tech CEO's are still testifying before Congress. So I'm going to have to do a summary of what I've seen just in the first couple of hours or so and leave some of the juicier question and answer back and forth for tomorrow. I up a note on the format that we've been seeing. Yes. All of the CEOS were testifying remotely. They were using Cisco Webex as the video conferencing tool and it seemed to work fairly well at least right until this very moment as I turned off the stream to go into the booth to record this, they took a ten minute recess because apparently one of the witnesses. was having an issue with their stream or feed, and I'm wondering if it might have been Jeff Bezos because at least thus far were almost an hour and a half into the testimony and he hadn't been asked a single question. Anyway back to the whole idea of testifying remotely if I were going to do one of those rate, my video call backgrounds reports. Bezos look like he was in some sort of executive boardroom, lots of tasteful Chomsky's behind him. Look like he was in a conference room at a high end law firm I couldn't tell what Zuckerberg was sitting in front of it looked like closed vertical blinds almost like I don't know some sort of like a bunker like if you're battening down your house for a Hurricane Tim, Cook was in front of some sort of tasteful plant trough though he was clearly working off an ipad pro. Let's start off with what the Fab four had to say in their opening statements. Amazon's Jeff bezos underscored Amazon's job creation, its investments in social causes and its role in supporting small and medium-sized businesses. And made the case that Hey Amazon is just a tiny competitor in a huge global market quote. The global retail market we compete in is strikingly large and extraordinarily competitive Amazon accounts for less than one percent of the thousand five, trillion dollar global retail market and less than four percent of retail in the US unlike industries that are winner take all there's room in retail for many winners for example. More than eighty retailers in the US. Alone earn over one billion dollars in annual revenue like any retailer we know that the success of our store depends entirely on customer satisfaction with their experience in our store every day Amazon competes against large established players like target Costco Kroger and of course, Walmart a company more than twice Amazon size, and while we have always focused on producing a great customer experience. For retail sales done primarily online sales initiated online are now in even larger Growth Area for other stores Walmart's online sales grew seventy four percent in the first quarter and customers are increasingly flocking disservices invented by other stores. Amazon still can't match at the scale of other large companies like curbside pickup and in store returns and quote alphabets. Soon, Darpa, Chai, said that Google also operates in a highly competitive. Market and that it's free products benefit the average American quote. A competitive digital ad marketplace gives publishers, advertisers, and therefore consumers an enormous amount of choice pichai stated, for example, competition and ads from twitter instagram comcast and others has helped lower online advertising costs by forty percent over the last ten years with these savings pass down to consumers through lower prices in areas like travel and real estate Google faces strong. For search queries for many businesses that are experts in those areas. Today's competitive landscape looks nothing like I. Did five years ago let alone twenty one years ago when Google launched its first product Google search people have more ways to search for information than ever before and quote. Tim Cook of Apple said that the APP store has opened the gate wider for software developers. Also, apple doesn't have dominant market share quote as much as we believe, the iphone provides the best user experience. We know it is far from the only choice available to consumers Cook said after beginning with five hundred APPs today the APP store hosts more than one point seven, million, only sixty of which are apple software. Clearly, if apple is a gatekeeper, what we have done is open the gate wider we want to get every APP we can on the store, not keep them off and quote. And facebook's mark. Zuckerberg said well, but he said a thousand times before that facebook knows it has more work to do on things like fighting misinformation and that you know companies aren't bad simply because they're big. And he took pains to point out that facebook is an American success story quote although people around the world use our products. FACEBOOK is a proudly American company. He said, we believe in Values Democracy Competition Inclusion and free expression that the American economy was built on many other tech companies share these values, but there's no guarantee our values will win out for example China. Is Building its own version of the Internet focused on very different ideas and they are exporting their vision to other countries as Congress and other stakeholders. Consider how antitrust laws support competition in the US. I believe it's important to maintain the core values of openness and fairness that have made America's digital economy, a force for empowerment and opportunity here and around the world and quote. In his opening remarks, the chairman of the Committee David. Sy-. Selena Rhode. Island. Laid out three areas of inquiry that the was scheduled to delve into at least in questioning from the Democratic Congress folk more on that in A. Quitting CNBC, each platform allegedly serves as a quote bottleneck for a key channel of distribution and quote the platforms allegedly used their control over digital infrastructure to Sir Vail other companies, their growth business activity, and whether they might pose a competitive threat and use that information to maintain their own power and third the platforms allegedly abused their control over current technologies to extend their power through tactics like self referencing their own products. Quote. Prior to the cove nineteen pandemic, these corporations already stood out as titans in our economy. Silly said in the wake of Covid nineteen however, they are likely to emerge stronger and more powerful than ever before, and he concluded by saying quote, our founders would not bow before a king nor should we bow before the emperor's of the online economy and quote? But as I say, while this was labelled as an anticompetitive antitrust inquiry, it seems like the Republican Congress folk were primarily interested in probing alleged bias against conservative users. In fact, Jim Jordan. One of the ranking Republican representatives spent most of his opening remarks railing against. which if that continues would basically be exactly what all of the CEOS in the talking head boxes would be hoping for right lots of distraction and no real spotlight on them. In fact, a lot of the most heated questions directed at a company that's not even present. We'll see if that continues but I have to say straight off Chairman Sicily and was very specific targeted sharp questions. He kept interrupting folks when they started to stray into doublespeak and the very nature of the questions from him and others at least so far. This wasn't like previous congressional hearings we've covered where the congress folk didn't seem to even understand the businesses they were investigating, and maybe that was because I don't know if you saw the woman sitting very prominently very obviously behind Mr. Cecil lean. Let me let the Washington Post fill you in on who that was quote as a twenty eight year old law student Lena Con penned a twenty four thousand word article for Yale Law Journal titled Amazon's antitrust. Paradox. The article described how US antitrust law isn't equipped to deal with tech giants such as Amazon. Even as the company has made itself as essential to commerce in the twenty first century in the way that railroads and telephone systems had in the previous century con now works as counsel for the antitrust subcommittee she has worked with Sylvain to develop his case against the tech giants including Amazon and quote. As I said, the questioning is continuing as I speak these words in fact I just heard that they came back from their recess. The whole thing did kick off hour late only getting started at one PM, eastern? So I don't think it'll be done before for five PM at least. So again, I'll put together a summary of all of the juicy exchanges happening now for tomorrow.
Trump threatens to use executive orders against Big Tech
"Of the four of the largest tech companies air testifying in front of House Judiciary Committee's antitrust subcommittee today. It's the first time all four execs Amazon's Jeff Bezos, Apple's Tim Cook, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg UN's Google's Sundar Pichai have testified together. Antitrust subcommittee chairman Congressman David Cecil. Any of Rhode Island says they're a lot of questions that need to be answered. More than a year ago, this subcommittee launched an investigation into digital markets. Our two objectives have been to document competition problems in the digital economy into evaluate where the current antitrust framework is able to properly address them ahead of that hearing, the president tweeted. If Congress doesn't bring fairness to Big tech, which they should have done years ago, I'll do it myself with executive orders.
"cecil" Discussed on Sports Radio 610
"Cecil shorts can't keep it in his pants will command a king's ransom of world just to pay for diapers still a cerebral player with great insight and connections a second and a third he's your thank you thank you and the third and right now I'm at the king's ransom as well for the record you guys seven under eight in I mean you got triplets right yes yes so that there are three of them came at once he he didn't it wasn't as bad so so here we are C. so last night I tell you man I I've I've become a rockets fan I grew up here he right so it's it's not a problem for me to be a a casual rockets fan but but over the last fifteen or sixteen games the rockets have been planned as a brand of ball that I can greatly appreciate I think a lot of people around the city can greatly appreciate simply because of there's more movement there's more ball movement there's there's an emphasis on defense or if it's on getting good looks with the rockets they want to be seen as of late they've been playing well last night was was an embarrassment mandate that the loss was a a huge set back did you get a chance to to watch the game at all yeah it was it was a disappointment you know I was expecting a big time game on the clippers are number two or number three see their number two right now the rockets were tending three up until last night playing in this small ball lineup so I was back to those guys to come play hard play together kind of prove a point like Hey I know we're playing small bubble with a real deal we have a chance to win a title and last night I just didn't see it coming off a disappointing loss from the Knicks then a few days off to rest on like you know that they don't come fired up tonight and to be honest they got kind of pointless well they there there's a few reasons that I feel like they need to win that game but they need to put a good product on the field to prove to the nation haven't been approved to Houston I think Houston has or has had a hard time in the past really like him Bali love with with James harden in the city to put a good product out there in they got dominated they that bye bye great perimeter defense and and by a skilled big man and I think this is the first time that we we literally saw a rockets team with some serious voice and and they're they're gonna be in trouble with a playoff I tell you what the clippers are team they can go big or small and they are team one of the few things I think that can truly match up with the rockets straight up the only guys aren't you can check whether go small and six eight nine and everything I got to work in a protective remember yeah I think what they're in cover in and hold it down and they did a great job and I think doc rivers in the game plan they had to kind of force harden to go right the called the pain up in Key West broken may make it tough for him in the patio and do be honest if you not have a sizeable itself right away yeah you know I thought they were appalled there's a couple things I took from last night that I thought they were beyond I I thought the the the rockets were beyond what we saw on the twenty seventeen Western Conference finals with a win over twenty seven yeah we did up losing the the series yeah but last night was was probably even a worse performance shooting from the perimeter and and so I thought they were beyond that I gotta I gotta get on aired live and let everybody know that that I'm gonna I'm gonna eat that when I'm gonna eat that crow I was dead **** wrong when it comes to the rockets B. and beyond that I I thought they had enough three point shooters were they weren't so rely on James harden well that appears that's not the case that they they have the ability to all go cold at once it's interesting now that the dynamic of the team is like switching zone beginning of the year it was Russell I'm sorry it was harden MVP caliber so far this season averaging almost forty points a game and the ball is running through hand west was kind of on the side in the Midwest region to feel his way how to feel his rollout and I was completely switch you get rid of compelling and they did that's open up things for for Westbrook yeah I was kind of like Westbrook's team he's taking over he has the ball more and I think James it is weird because it's a free space the franchise his MVP caliber player absolutely when I try to figure out his role and I'm not sure how this is going to work with twenty games left the scene well I I hear a lot too about last night about the the rockets being get out do they they went cold there's no doubt about it was ugly I was a lot of weird the final score but when you when you really look at this I think they just ran up against a monster I think they ran up against again a team it's got three perimeter defenders that can that can lock down the the rockets street yeah and they got a creative big man a couple created big man that played well last night and and really gave the the rockets VS man so with all that said I I you know I don't want to over react to one one loss you can usually you don't over react to a two one win here's James harden talking about what this game at what they're going to take from the experience we work more in a spot so we can do okay I was.
"cecil" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Of the Cecil B. Moore Philadelphia freedom fighters Karen esper Jordan says she remembers seeing more as a child growing up in north Philly a lot of people that are still alive that remember Cecil I remember what he's done for this city what he's done for everybody police are asking anyone with information to call their tip line Charlotte Reese KYW newsradio pharmaceutical company spent more than a million dollars fine Philadelphia doctors meals so they could promote their products Hey why W. city hall bureau chief Pat lobe reports the city blames this kind of marketing for the opioid epidemic doctors are busy people so bringing lunch to their office to talk up a new product may not seem out of the ordinary but health commissioner Thomas Farley says the public should at least know that it's happening what the pharmaceutical companies are doing as far as buying doctors free meal is available open to the public and so we thought we do least publicized that and encourage pharmaceutical companies to stop doing it in court to doctors to stop letting the pharmaceutical sales reps in the door with that hardly blames the tactic for the opioid epidemic which began with doctors over prescribing pain killers based on drug companies claims they were safe and non addictive councilman Cindy bass sponsored a bill that sought to prevent the next addiction crisis by banning the free mail practice in the city but it was defeated she says she hasn't given certainly still very much interested in legislation that we can get past and certainly hope that I can find colleagues particularly among my new colleagues who find the sense of urgency around this issue bass Hispanic females from drug companies to doctors is not an issue that's been put to rest at city hall Pat low PO I W. news radio Pennsylvania governor Tom wolf plan to divert millions of dollars earmarked for the horse racing industry isn't sitting real well with some Chester County farmers a wide W. suburban bureau chief Jim now word has that story governor will says he'd rather bet on people than horses so it was delivered more than two hundred million dollars of slots revenue that's supposed to go to the race were development fund to a new scholarship for eligible students at state run schools like Miller's Miller Westchester heather hunter husband breed horses west road Chester County she says not only do horse farms rely on that fund but also our trainers are grams the black man the that the track workers the rest front of the tracks and their workers and other forms to grow off alpha were Hey for horses even the Chester County mushroom industry relies on buying horsemen or we're not going to have open basic farmers are going out of business and having an all these reforms are going out of business and need to sell their farms are gonna go into development she says well she loves her job she says she doesn't think it's fair the governors trying to portray horse farmers and super rich elites it hurt it's not true we work three hundred and sixty five days a year at the suburban bureau Jim about working with apple you news radio the as best this issue has been bringing a lot of heat to the Philadelphia school chief but is K. Y. W.'s Mike denardo reports the mayor is standing behind them some parents have called for superintendent William height to take the fall over the closure of nine schools this year for asbestos concerns but speaking after a school district ceremony this past week mayor Kenny said he approves of the job height has been doing thank god I sent a terrific job and I'm going to stay around as long as the as the mayor says the.
"cecil" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Remember Cecil every member what he's done for this city what he's done for everybody police are asking anyone with information to call their tip line Charlotte Reese KYW newsradio as Pennsylvania governor Tom wolf continues his tour of state schools to push a new scholarship land raider trust that's funded by slots revenue has some people saying hold your horses as we hear from KYW suburban dear chief Jim now work governor wolf estimates the scholarship fund would help out about twenty five thousand students each year at the state run universities like Westchester and cuts down but he wants to divert more than two hundred million dollars from the horse race development trust fund industry advocates argue that fund is not state tax revenue but rather a set percentage of slot machine income that goes to the horse racing industry each year as part of an agreement that was made in the beginning of gambling expansion back in the mid two thousands heather hunter and her husband breed thoroughbreds and Westworld Chester County she says getting that fund would affect not only workers of poor structure on horse farms but also forms the grow hay or alfalfa dealerships that sell equipment even mushroom farms in Chester County by horsemen our and they are really concerned too and if there are no horse farms to provide this they're going to be in trouble that in turn she says could have an impact on open space and farmland preservation this is the first time a governor's tried to dip into the resource development fund Tom Corbett tried to use the money unsuccessfully at the suburban bureau Jim about work K. winnable your news radio nine oh six the Philadelphia health department has compiled a list of what pharmaceutical companies spend on meals the local doctors market their products he wanted to use the city hall purity Pat loop ports the total comes to one point three million dollars health commissioner Thomas Farley says he wants to shine a spotlight on aggressive marketing because he blames it in part for the opioid epidemic that's ravaging the city sales representative from Purdue started going to the doctor's offices by the doctor's luncheon tell the doctors that their drug oxycontin was safe and non addictive and of millions of patients got addicted because of this now bankrupt but other companies are still marketing pain pills this way the report lists twenty five pain specialist to accepted more than a hundred dollars worth of meals each one Randall Smith accepted seventy six meals totaling more than a thousand dollars he did not return a call seeking comment councilwoman Cindy bass sponsored a billing council last term to prohibit the practice but it was narrowly defeated she says she'll continue to look for remedies addiction is still astronomical the city Philadelphia still having way too many people overdose on a daily basis and I don't think that we can afford to give up on addressing this blatant flagrant abuse at city hall Pat lobe kill white W. news radio house speaker Nancy Pelosi is taking steps to formalize the whistle blower process following the impeachment probe speaker below season and first director of the new office within the house of representatives that will set up best practices the goal is to help streamline and simplify the process by which lawmakers can receive confidential information from whistle blowers the new director of this new office of the whistle blower ombudsman is Shawna divine who previously worked at the progressive watchdog public citizen the house Democrats impeachment inquiry was sparked last fall by an anonymous whistle blower complaint Linda Kenyan Washington well there's a state of.
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"And here we are another Saturday in Cecil and this one happens to be the eighth of February good morning Denny all here I see Dennis is flying the plane today you have a good week a fabulous week excellent it's a brisk morning we just had a temp change L. mentioned was zero it's one below right now let me give you some of the stats yourself was wins it's six what is that mean a windchill thirteen below the barometer thirty eight what's the dew point mine is seven and again a few clouds out there so that move this morning though the blankets of the clouds have moved away thus we have this chilly temperatures one below zero officially here in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis Saint Paul again is the eighth of February which is the thirty ninth day of the year then the Dennis three hundred twenty seven days left this year some of the things that happen this day in history back in nineteen twenty two president Warren G. Harding at a radio installed in the White House and he was quoted as saying in the only station I listen to hear the white house's W's that couldn't be because it was two years later when this radio station without their see what else do you ever see the movie taxi driver I'm sure you death that this day nineteen seventy says six of Martin Scorsese's drama starring Robert De Niro was released by Columbia Pictures nineteen seventy six this day now the Aurora ski club became the first key club in the United States I can tell you the year was eighteen eighty seven we mention this in years past but did you know where that city it work again the Aurora ski club of red wing Minnesota yeah about that became first key club in the US let's check out some other things going on what happened the this day in history just want to remind you what's going on this morning here WCCO radio willow catch up with the Mike lets his star watch in a matter of minutes from now we'll have the news of the week from CBS records like we always do and then the seven o'clock hour if you have any vehicle car truck van problems and you know you gotta bring an end to your favorite dealer your favorite shopping you want to know what the heck is wrong with this how this is going to cost things like that Dan burns will be an from Lloyd's automotive he is in a as he certified technician the is helped us out here and see so for we figure about twenty five years so if you want to get some inside information what may be a link with your vehicle you can call in our text in your question in the a seven o'clock hour for them other at seven forty five Jack feral judges with his weekly wine chat at eight o'clock we talk lawns and gardens like we do fifty two weeks a year we call the show smart garden and again as usual we always welcome your tax and phone calls of for our friends from the university of Minnesota to her who's on today might be master gardener Theresa Rooney we will find out and then the the following the garden show of any Linda's comes in here and we do a show called home improvement show by Linda's construction and again you can call in your questions read the order said the taxes well if you have any projects you will want to get done or maybe you're in the middle of it and not doing too well and he will help you out so that's the line up today nineteen ten dollars Chicago businessman William D. Boyce incorporated the Boy Scouts of America nineteen ten he did not however conceptualize the scouting movement the boys girls were originated by an Englishman Sir Robert S. as bidden Powell love that handle Robert S. S. beaten Powell seems a Mister Boies was visiting England and one foggy day in London he lost his way a young boy guided him but refused any monetary reward a surprise Mister Boyce ask them what do you do this the boy replied that he was a scout in scouts did not accept a reward for doing a good turn this gesture of goodwill so inspired voice that he searched out baiting bowed to learn more about the British scouts and upon his return to the United States he formed the Boy Scouts of America that all happened this day in nineteen ten your time now is all right on the money central time six oh nine and we always.
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"Cecil taylor said he always strove to leave his audience breathless and approach he said he adopted after he saw billie holiday sing for the first time when he was sixteen years old he was captivated by the gardiner in her hair her long white gloves and the sound of her voice on the left side of the again guy loves why came above elbow moaning hottie you owe loomis good morning holidays thought we said goodbye the next day did to me if i can ever go up i'd like to do audience for more than sixty years on stage seasonal taylor did just that you play and you've got to do it for npr news i'm tom vitale in new york next time on the new yorker radio hour i'll talk with 'em gonzalez the teenage survivor of the parkland shooting who's leading the new fight for gun control people wonder you know like they're like you guys are the generation that has the shortest attention span or whatever and it's like well yeah but we also know how to keep people's attention on us because we were teenagers had we have the phones that's next time on the new yorker radio tomorrow morning at ten on ninety three point nine fm wnyc wnyc is supported by live nation presenting essentially now d at radio city music hall part of the chase concert series pianist and composer ludovico a nowadays performs live in concert saturday june thirtieth tickets on sale now at ticketmaster dot com you're listening to all things considered on wnyc i'm jamie floyd the police shooting a thirty four year old saheed vassal this week in brooklyn has left the community of crown heights shaken and angry vassal was a mentally ill african american man who many residents describe as friendly and kind on wednesday afternoon police received nine one one calls about a man who appeared to be pointing.
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"By the way of cecil it's your birthday at midnight i know you have questions for cecil ian whitney but before we get to those here's what three things i am obsessed with tonight first when she hasn't been busy writing directing and starring in a movie whitney cummings has filled her free time getting another tv show up and running and this time it's the eagerly awaited reboot of the beloved sitcom roseanne i cannot wait to see i want to point out what other shows you might deem worthy of resurrection and how you might revamped them as a reboot or give them the boom okay okay i'm the golden girls a reboot what would you do there the golden girls i i would make it about our presidents dossier and call the golden showers what about small wonder would you bring that back yes it's about a robot that has no feelings and doesn't age i'd like to start or not bush save by the i i love saved by the bell but i wanted to be the character elizabeth berkley played in sugar oh my the heads one shows what about the wonder years no wonder years i didn't really watched the wondering years watching i didn't hey airtime and so that's my your robot that's why you're lost so i loved to block the whole thing i think i mainly want to bring back the cosby show but with the man who didn't assault anyone.