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"chris lynn" Discussed on Here & Now
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"chris lynn" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Welcome back is the biggest take our number three we got Chris Lynn I almost in studio but in my kitchen actually it is in studio to arrive yeah unbelievable it is sharp Shapiro the biggest take on a Monday the Monday edition from Brian Shapiro kitchen back after will take some more calls a little bit later in the show by the way to dump trump said he was aroused in a press conference yesterday was he was he looking at Meghan Kelly what what's going on maybe it was Jim Acosta that aroused and what what we got the idea to prove that that'll be coming up here just it would be Kaylee mac I don't think he said he's a rouse guys but did he say he was watching the video right and he said that's a good looking guy right there I'm pretty sure that he was talking about all right he was talking about Andrew Cuomo yes yeah because they played the video and the auditors he was that's a handsome gentleman yeah I I do like I do like how off the cuff trump is in situations and no off the cuff no other no other president has ever thought about doing anything like that before is it is it is all over the place if only if only a couple days after person if only a couple days after nine eleven George W. bush talked about the ratings he had during his press conference boy that would be incredible anyway the guy joining us on the line right now you know we like to talk to a local business owners and obviously there's a lot of people out there that are struggling no I don't think that's an excuse or reason to put everybody in harm's way and go on strike with hundreds of people on the strip that being said we are I certainly speak for myself I said I have a tremendous amount of sympathy for those who are struggling in the valley those who have local businesses that are good hard working people the government is supposed to be helping those that are in need while the guy we have this on the right now is name is John from caking he's been on our show before he is the owner of infinity the math institute and he's having some struggles with the SBA loan that he's been trying to get John thank you for joining us are you Brian how you doing jadis transport guys do it all right so John tells a little bit about your story when you had to close down and do the struggles you've had with the government kind of the trials and tribulations that you've got to go through well first of all and say Happy Birthday and number two I've been on the show a bunch of guys are always been great supporters of this endeavor to try to help these kids do better in school and I want to thank you guys you never ending support but I wanted to you know give you a little taste of what's going on over the past months from a small business point of view you know I mean we opened up in February two thousand nineteen with a dream plan budget everything we had an extended all of our credit in order to realize this and things or you know going pretty well of February of two thousand twenty I was thirteen months old thirteen months open with our first month in the black meaning it was the first time since we opened that we've brought in more money than we spent then obviously random stuff like that is our biggest expenses and we were able to finally come out hurdle and I saw the line at the end of the tunnel and thought everything was worth it and then what do you know you know this topic then no I don't think you had anything to do with me personally but things happen just like catastrophes happen all the time and we had to deal with it what was great is yeah right away the federal government said that they had a small businesses and the middle class mine and they were going to find things so help us out and this was before that anything was ordered shut down and and I would not encourage that you know we were going to be able to provide for our community we were going to be able to stay open and before this was over we were gonna get the help we needed to continue to grow the way we work well when they first or you know a lot of times we only have a couple of people on the premises at a time no more than ten people so we were always under the social that you've been fifteen thing existence and stuff like that and they were suggesting that we follow through with them we had a lot of stuff implemented to make sure people didn't contaminate everything we had strict rules in place for the kids and the parents came and they had to follow the same rules and then the governor said something about all of your business and had to close and the first thing I thought about was you know the suggestions are one thing but ordering us to close that begins to fall under the subject of eminent domain you know if I own a house you tell me you have to build a highway where my house is the government trying to build up the like you just take my house but the constitution says that they must compensate me a fair market value so I feel like if the government suggested but not to go out it's one thing but if they demand businesses to close that falls under eminent domain but to be honest I want to get all my legal peers going because I said that whatever alone would be fine let me just get through this and then we can continue to grow so as soon as we were declared a national emergency I applied for the SBA loan as instructed and I got a response right away saying that Nevada was not a disaster zone and I brought them right back saying you must've not gotten the news because I applied as soon as that was the case and then they never go back to me but I applied I have filled out the application was very long very tedious I got halfway through it and saved it I went back the next day and they had a new system up so this was a fifteen by first applied when we first had the state of emergency in March fifteenth yeah March fifteenth okay on March nineteenth they have a new system up so I wasn't able to complete my original application add a new one well you have to print out all the PDF documents scanned them and then resubmit the mentor mailbox okay no problem so I did all that it took me a long time that was quite tedious and died three days later they said they had all new system I think that's like the twenty third of March they had a new system streamlines should only take ten minutes even if you applied before please re fill out this one so that way we can have everything organized I understood you know they're going through and I'm sure they didn't know what they were doing and to do in one week they said they streamline process no problem so I applied a third time and I got a confirmation number that they receive my application but I didn't receive any email saying that it's on the process by you know never got nothing I emailed them on the thirteen to seventeen yeah yeah yeah finally on the twenty seventh a week after I filled out the third application among response I email them saying Hey I just wanna let you know if you receive the application and if there's anything you could tell me no response I waited two more weeks on April ninth I wrote to them saying let's you know I've been told I've been hearing that the money is starting to run out is that the other thing can you please give me some sort of update on if you received my application is anything going on still no response whatsoever on the seventeenth of April three days ago I wrote them for the fifth time thing which I haven't heard anything I'm really worried they're saying there's no more money I don't understand people are saying it's first come first serve I know I was the first person to apply for this I haven't heard anything from anybody and I got from that one I got an automatic reply saying that they received my email which I didn't receive the previous two years so I really really really don't know what's going on whatsoever with that and then I called on Friday and I got a chance to speak with somebody who was definitely not the will to be that and I'm sorry I talked to I can you know can you just confirm that you guys received my my application she said no I can't track I go do you even want my name on my business name or my confirmation not sure if you got a confirmation number we received it unlike okay but it's been almost a month ago did usually takes two to five weeks for us to get back to people okay it's been five weeks he says you should expect a call within the next couple of days obviously this is three days later I still haven't received a call I hope to receive one soon on them you know I felt really really funny about asking this stuff but I can't well not not that I heard the money's run out you know and she goes all yeah that's the case I go well if the money's right now do I have any chance of getting anything she goes no you have to be out today there is no more money I go well how is that determined to go to a lot of first come first serve basis now we're talking in circles then finally I felt really really weird asking this but I felt like I should ask you because it's all over the news I said to you know with all due respect I go you know is there any chance that it's because I'm not a woman or a minority business owners because I heard that leach Hanson this money was going to be set aside for women and minority business owners is it possible that maybe you know that they've got their obligations but that first just trying to find an excuse why I haven't heard anything and she goes do not insult my intelligence by telling me that you know you think that women and minority business owners are cutting the line I said no I'm not I'm not implying anything I'm just asking because that's what they're saying on the news and she goes well you know you're you're you're you're not you're in the right mood and I've been really nice to this whole time so don't ask me these types of questions I said oh I'm I'm really sorry I didn't mean to offend you you know it just that's what you know I'm not saying the news saying I'm saying the politicians are saying that and it's forecast on the news and she hung up on me some other questions that I had done maybe somebody in power might be listening is first of all I would imagine the value which is almost strictly towards the meta a mad you.
"chris lynn" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Talked about yesterday during that time and it said bridge housing in Venice a hundred and fifty people eventually will be moved in we're talking vagrants residents there fought this for a long time saying that this is not good this is a residential area and sure enough there were already stories about what's going on with some of the residents barely a week into this place being populated we will talk to one resident after the news at four o'clock yesterday we talked to Chris Lynn raw who wrote about this for all aspects report but he told us about somebody's residence said he's heard from and read their social media it isn't one of them has agreed to talk to us after four eight so women getting terrorized by the young men most of the day grades are a young man no no no their families with children yeah so dearly that's such I I'd still fries me the big lie the bottom because this happened to make you feel sympathetic right thank you all have a heart it's false it's young men and a lot of them really are barred border like gangsters they they and and they're terrorizing the women and they said that the women are walking around fearing that they're gonna get raped in any minute on the street by the scratch well we'll hear from her right after four o'clock she's also I think been trying to which is always a dead end talk to Bonham's office Mike Bonn of the councilman for that district hi the corona virus of course still dominates everything hi I don't know what else to do I it showed up in you today when I went to a restaurant which was just a corona virus warning on it I'm kidding but their signs now posted a lot of businesses in other places about it because obviously it is a frenzy of the month it's the ultimate cover your **** because if there's an outbreak in your building and you didn't warn everybody then you're gonna get sued and somebody's going to get it and say Hey I wouldn't got into the building if I could see the warning at the elevator there was one that our elevators that's right yeah that's a little bit of a corona virus and it yet if you think anybody's read this thing it's on a little podium and it's it looks like it's about fifty thousand words and really trying to type the disclaimer and I get I get in the end it basically it's there so you don't sue any of the companies in the building or whatever you know the results could be coronavirus right rates like all the stupid prop sixty five placards in every business and restaurant saying that this that or the other thing causes cancer right nobody reads them well pence the vice president who I trump gave the assignment some said he will have could be eventually throw throw under the bus if that's what it claims is I tell you know you listen to him for twenty minutes you want to inject the corona virus appears he's a stronger eight nobody looks like a man in charge right hi Jerry carefully and sternly he really drains all the drama out of it that's that's like at the end of you can't possibly be scared what are you gonna be afraid of that you're falling asleep in about dying my dying from corona viruses he boring me to death but there's a certain gravity to his presentation is known yeah it anyway let us know about that cruise ship the twenty one people ended up testing positive they only tested forty six people these are people with symptoms and a lot of more crew members which is understandable they run there for a long time and they're supposed to get to upwards of a million testing kits out there so for the concerned who were told by because you can't really get a testing kit unless the doctor recommends it and you had gone and really just walk down to the drug store request data I'm sure I'm sure isn't a test to get like a swab device to I don't know I I I I think he mentioned pence mentioned that there is a swab a technique that they use right I got a you know I don't know if it's the back of the throat or what what do you have bad data did since it's based on PCR testing which makes millions or billions of copies of a DNA samples of the clinicians can easily identify and study of PCR is a well established technology so they can study and icing I says it's been around for thirty five years but many are wondering what was the backlog of getting you know more test kits out there but yet now they say they screwed up they've admitted it they they they did something wrong and they had to start all over again with the manufacturing process and I think they test people twice don't they you know what they're doing I think your PCR testing is very sensitive you need extremely clean reagents and the smallest contaminants could ruin it completely so whether that's happened before so they probably have to be very careful with this particular kind of test now the el Segundo times surprisingly did a pretty lead story about well what's all the friends about covert nineteen and they are hearing about people who are saying the fluent kills tens of thousands so why is everyone freaking out about the corona virus because explain the flu week thirty two million Americans have come down with influenza since this year's flu season began in late September eighteen thousand deaths right so they put that they put that out there first okay and I went over a hundred thousand cases of coronavirus and just over three thousand deaths and it's around the world there is a United States as of this article there was a hundred and seventy seven people reporting it with eleven deaths I think nearly all of them elderly people so I I there was not one moment of hysteria when thirty two million got the flu and eighteen thousand people when the ground over it and this is in a short period of time since late September so we're only talking six months here not even five and a half months and then we got I did this this is the human brain's inability to process detailed me once the information if we were just acting like a bunch animals stampeding herd we heard a weird noise in the far instead everybody's goal gonna run off because well everyone scared to death they talked to Dr Otto Yang which is a great name and infectious disease guy at UCLA he says it is the unknown the enemy you don't know is much scarier than the enemy you do not what everybody knows the year after year here comes the flu and everyone says well if I get a vaccine I'll be fine what you told you many times the status of the case because the effectiveness of the flu vaccines in the last few years has been pretty abysmal but anyway that's not the important part that's not the import parts that people feel safe with it right because that's what this is all about many people's feelings and emotions well yeah and how do you how do you have a bad people will have collectively nervous breakdown it really the sink the economy and then they're gonna start losing their jobs later this year and everybody's going to wonder what happened well what happened is yet a collective nervous breakdown over nonsense thank you acted irrational so couple things I got from this I didn't though they think that the droplets whom what you when I've been called the shedding can travel up to six feet that's why they were talking about using a six feet social distancing radius actually further than I thought six feet people are going to do that you Hey let's hide your situations you can't do that but now you can't you gotta you gotta the grocery store you walk down the hallway at work your counseling to be passive people you just hope they don't know rocked in front of you you don't walk into somebody else's droplets that spray they're still trying to figure out how long we can live on a surface now we heard Dallek stone say they think a day but they're not sure you know handrails doorknobs elevator buttons finally said to touch as you move through your day I've read too many of the stories I could just have not read anything that is convincing and it's going to be anything more than all the other flus we had our plan is not no and and the thing is even with the death rate there could be ten times the number of cases worldwide and reported which will make the death rate much lower when the final analysis is done however it's going to be done right they're only going off the cases reported which is just over a hundred thousand seat you have to be careful of percentage hysteria because let's say the regular flu has a death rate of one tenth of one percent but the new flu has a death rate of two tenths of one percent well the cheap headline that they'll scream at you from the TV news room is all this flu has doubled a death rate of the old slow which is technically true but you still have a ninety nine point eight percent chance of not dying from it right you know and if you're not over seventy years old and you don't have some kind of terrible lung disease a chance of you dying from it is pretty tiny all right we got more coming up John can kafei's ever 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"chris lynn" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"This is a fox news all lord there's been a mass shooting at a military base in Florida I'm Chris foster we've just learned the shooter is dead more from fox seven brown yes the local sheriff in Pensacola now says a gun man is dead following a lock down at the Pensacola Naval Air Station Jason boards is the basis public affairs officer we walked down the baseball ordered it beginning for tuition and get everything under control make sure everything is safe at this point I would strongly advise anybody to stay away from the base right now you're not doctor bill get on there are reports of at least ten people wounded the base remains shut down there is no access into or out of it to the area hospitals are on trauma alerts and people of the installation still waiting to get an all clear order Chris seven brown in Miami thanks unemployment at a fifty year low the monthly job numbers just released by the labor department let's get those live from fox's Lillian will well Chris the stock market really liking those numbers because futures are up two hundred and sixty six thousand jobs were added in November a hundred fifty four thousand the private sector twelve thousand in the government the expectation was a hundred and eighty thousand jobs the unemployment rate also better than expected taking down to three point five percent it was expected to step three point six percent now the GM employees who walked off the job for forty days strike affecting today's numbers because they were added back to pay rolls in November Chris Lynn thank you very much president trump and his legal team have until five PM to inform the house Judiciary Committee if they'll call witnesses and present evidence and the next impeachment inquiry hearings president trump on Twitter accused house speaker Nancy Pelosi of having a nervous fit with her announcement that articles of impeachment would be written up she response to that president is a master at projecting we call somebody else nervous he's the nervous one speaker Pelosi on CNN it's another day of difficulty getting around Paris day.
"chris lynn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Mass shooting there, twenty years ago, Columbine high school has been a macabre destination for people fascinated by what happened at the school, mini tried to enter the school, which is close to the street. Now Jeffco schools is floating. The idea of tearing the school down and building a new one nearby. About building new school kind of near the existing school. So you have to do things to keep the existing school very safe and secure, which call by is while you're building this new facility, alongside the district has taken comments on the idea over the next three months are heavy winter snowfall will likely shake out to be a boom for the state ski mountains in resort towns. Not all numbers are in because not all resorts have closed for the season but it's looking like a record year. Colorado ski country USA's Chris Lynn's, Myer says a big snow year draws people from everywhere. No fall across the state. So those destination folks who are coming from Texas or Florida or internationally like the UK and Australia. They were able to visit all parts of the state numbers thus far show. Colorado ski country member visits increased thirteen percent from last year. That number expected to be a bit under fourteen million lift tickets, David KO KOA News Radio. The Rockies return back to action against the New York. That's in New York. Our coverage starts at four thirty later on this afternoon. Our next news update is at two thirty. I'm Dan co shell on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Going to have an impact on the drive as you take to the military, the freeways, you're gonna find that you've got closures on C four seventy traveling westbound between university and Broadway and.
"chris lynn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"NewsRadio eight fifty AM, and ninety four one FM. It's partly cloudy right now. Seventy one A DIA cloudy and seventy five in downtown. Denver. Jeffco schools is floating an idea that is bound to stir up debate. The district is suggesting that Columbine high school be demolished with a newer version of the school in the nearby future, interested in conversation with our community exploring the idea of demolishing. The current building is a sort of icon of school shootings and constructing something new for the combined community. Superintendent Jason glasses. The current school is close to the street in attracts. Goch. Cours and people who try to get into the school after three month comment period. Jeffco may seek to get voters to approve money for the project either this coming November or the November of next year. We'll Denver is among the best large cities in the US verdict of renaissance consulting, which ranks Denver number sixteen on its list of Beck. Best large cities, the study considered cities, which is over a million people in rank them based on categories such as place, promotion, prosperity, Denver placed in the top fifteen for prosperity people in product, which is a measure of what the city has to offer when those people get here are heavy winter. Snowfall will likely shake out to be a boom for the state's ski mountains and ski resorts, not all numbers are in because not all resorts have closed for the season but it's looking like a record year. Colorado ski country USA's Chris Lynn's, Myer says a big snow year draws people from everywhere. Nope. All across the state, so those destination. Action folks who are coming from Texas or Florida or internationally like the UK and Australia. They were able to visit all parts of the state numbers thus far show. Colorado ski country member visits increased thirteen percent from last year. That number expected to be a bit under fourteen million lift tickets, David KO KOA News Radio. A bear killed last week by cuddled a parks and wildlife officials is the same one that attacked a woman while she was hiking last week near Aspen, DNA testing confirmed that the bear was the same one that bitten and injured the woman on hundred creek trail, the bare stomach was apparently full of birdseed indicating the bear was rating bird feeders for nourishment c p w's urging homeowners there to take their bird, feeders down and not leave them or pet food outside. So the contract bears to residential areas. We'll a billionaire investor majority or minority owner of the Golden State Warriors won't be attending an NBA game anytime soon. The league is calling Mark Stevens forceful push against Kyle. Lowery during the game unacceptable and is now banning Stevens for a year through next season and funding them a half a million dollars. The warriors are apologizing saying Stevens actions did not reflect the standards of the team and that it's extremely disappointed. In what he did. That's ABC's Alec stone Stanley Cup finals, the series is tied at two Saint Louis leads Boston After two one to nothing. Our next news update is at eight thirty I'm tackle shell on KOA, NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM home with champion turn your house into a dream home with the new champion sunroom citing or comfort three, sixty five replacement windows right now you can buy one window. Get one window.
"chris lynn" Discussed on WGN Radio
"To the bathroom. I have never been to Graceland, and that is one place I probably should have gone years ago because I could see more you could grow through more rooms years ago. But I definitely want to go. So okay, you've never been. No, Memphis has been on my bucket list in the states. And I'm finally found a decent flight to get to Memphis. Okay. We're making Memphis happen. So I have you know, typical fashion about like seven pages worth of notes of restaurants and things to do. And Chris Lynn seems to give it it's the thing to do when you're there. But then I looked up priceless and say tickets forty one dollars zero nothing that's not a lot of sixty one to do like the house it toilet. Probably. Only gets you like the basics to upgrade. Then you get to see like the gold records. And I guess some of his like outfits is that that flight are like twenty bucks, I'm paying thousand dollars because who but there, but they'll be there if Elvis is there something's got horribly. Still valet parking. So I'm like is this all worth about it? I I've done that tour. It's definitely worth is it. Okay. With us there with us. So confused right now. Well, I actually probably wasn't what he came to be eleven thirty that was eleven thirty news. No one told us that. Here's a weird. Ryan burrow is in city of moving his mouth. Eric. Talking about Memphis. I lived there for years. I thought I'd chime in oh microphone wasn't working over there. So all right. I thought I thought I'd just wants to know if it's worth the forty one sixty one or beyond to see so Graceland. Graceland was taken over by do entertainment company. They've added a lot of new things. And that's probably why the price got bumped up that being said when I lived there for a long time point where I was just giving people tickets and saying go. You know, it's interesting you do the walk and things may have changed a little bit. But you do the walk and hear about his life and everything like that you go through the jungle room, which is all carpeted. At the edge you go through trophies. And then they tell you about and then he died. Oh, it's like I got some questions, right. Are you? Happens like how like what happened then a lot of other fun things street's very nice. On this weekend. Yeah, we leave Saturday through Tuesday. I actually have some of your.
"chris lynn" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"FM seven twenty A M K, Don. Scharping Shapiro today. Win and Shapiro. Chris. Lynn our guest host today. Coming on the show tomorrow. We're gonna be joined by fourteen year NFL veteran Lyndon king. He is the NFL alumni president of Las Vegas. So they have a big golf outing on Thursday like they're getting like forty or fifty former NFL players. So we wanted juice that up a little bit talk a little bit. But I'll be playing in that as well. So it's going to be a lot of fun. And there's a lot of former NFL players that live here a lot of what athletes and celebrities that live here. But a lot of former NFL players that live while of course, the great Ron few trial from channel eight will be joining us in studio as well. So it's always lively when we get Ron few trial. So that'll be fun as well preview, Las Vegas, Nevada Reno and what will be the next dumb thing that Donald Trump says will I'm sure we'll cover that tomorrow as well. Because we must be the fake news. That's why right. We've got to be the fake news. But we'll get to all that coming up tomorrow. Some fun guest this week. We got of course, Mike Babcock from TMZ sports. He'll be joining us. Thursday. Jameson Walsh are hoops guru Wednesday. Johnny cats from the. RJ? We have Evanston who I know. Chris win is very fond of very famous male porn is one of my favorite Brian. You'll be joining us in studio on Thursday. He has some very interesting stories to tell them sure and one of my favorite alternative rock bands. They've been around since the late nineties early two thousands. And and and it was actually limp isg lead singer that discovered them and Fred Durst. Fred Durst discovered them so puddle of Mudd the lead singer a puddle of mud. The guy is on TMZ all the time either. He's doing something dumb or hurt. Crazy. But he's also extremely talented. The lead singer a puddle mud will be joining us in studio. West can't on Friday. They have a shell Friday night at the Brooklyn bowl. So that'll be a lot of fun. So we got a fun lineup this week fun things to talk about no doubt about it. No question. A big story in the NBA. This is a huge story is that Anthony Davis has requested a trade from the pelicans. He will not be signing his extension to me. It comes down to two teams. There are two teams that can probably get him. He wants to go to a championship contender and. You know what I don't blame? Anthony davis. Did so many great things for the pelicans? It's time for him to move on. It's two teams comes down to the Lakers and the Celtics now, Kyrie Irving that up with him. They're friendly. They're on good terms kyri, obviously wants them there. I think if he did go to the Celtics throughout the favorite. But if he did go to the Celtics they're immediately by far the best team in the east, and I think they are championship contenders right there with the Golden State Warriors now on the other side of things the LA Lakers, Ken, LeBron James. And Magic Johnson ler. Anthony Davis of the Lakers now, Anthony Davis becomes a Laker. I don't think you could make I I don't think they're the best team in the league. But they certainly you can say they're in the discussion when you have two guys.
Young Russian Musicians Struggle Under Government Scrutiny
"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Comcast business having the nation's largest gig speed network was just the start. Now, they're providing gig fueled apps and solutions that exceed expectations and help businesses perform Comcast business beyond fast back in the days of the Soviet Union. The government tried to control everything from the way. Young people dressed to the kind of music. They listen to well now generation is coming of age that was born after the collapse of the communist system. Young Russians are rebelling against the rules and regulations of the Putin regime through rap music. Here's NPR's Lucian Kim from Moscow at the end of November Dmitri Kuznetsov a twenty five year old rapper known as husky made headlines when thirty stopped him from performing the southern Russian city of Krasnodar. Husky jumped onto a parked car outside the club and started rapping with fans before being hauled off by policemen. It has latest track poem about the motherland. He raps about the hardships in his gritty hometown eastern Siberia. The book. With McCain skis arrests set up a wave of protests by Russian musicians, but also sparked even more concert bands across the country. The 'electronic music duo ice peak who jokingly call their work audiovisual terror or detained by police at the Novosibirsk train station causing them to miss a scheduled gig their troubles began after they posted a macabre video on YouTube called death. No more. Gutty than me. Yes. Martha sad. I see video lead singer and a C Chris Lynn described setting herself on fire in front of the Russian government building. And things that are blood is pure than the purest drugs on us Puccio obsessionally could heap. It's a descriptive video. We're not revealing anything new in it. We're just saying out loud, the things that people would like to say, but they're afraid to describe the state of mind of a person of our generation who really has nothing to look forward to and can't expect any changes Christly and our partner nNcholas Kristof are both in their mid twenties. Coastal says that young people who may not have cared about politics before are now paying attention because their music is being targeted and what connects young people everywhere he says is the internet systems, Moses due to them. Slow shoots, everyone watches YouTube. Listen to the same American rappers and follows the same TV show that we have a lot in. Common with people our age around the world, I'm more like some guy my age in Mexico than my neighbor, who's two generations older Costello might as well be. Speaking about President Putin who sixty six years old the uproar over the band concerts was so loud, it even reached Putin's attention during a meeting with cultural figures mope approaches than than to get the said rap Brisson three pillars sex, drugs and protests. He said simply banning concerts would be counterproductive, but added that the government's job is to lead and guide youth culture. It wasn't long before a video appeared on YouTube sampling Putin's words into a wrap of zone. Yes. Six. Six. Gil in a meal. Ch- Inca says young people in Russia's large cities are already culturally oriented toward western Europe and follow global trends. When you call my three two. Melting because his communication between the government and young people is broken down because they live in two parallel worlds. She says the authorities are still molded by the Soviet impulse to regulate but that their attempts are bound to fail since Russia's youth cultures diverse and very hard to control Nikolai custody of the group ice peak can confirm that moving his throat on the some dude of discipline says even though half the concerts were canceled on their last tour. They returned home with new inspiration their fans, he says really want to make a change for the better in Russia. Lucian Kim NPR news Moscow. That. With on the McGill. The.
"chris lynn" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"And public domain. You may immediately recognized this holiday favorite, Phil. What is it you want? What do you what what the Mon just say the word and I'll throw all around and plug, Don. Hey, that's pretty good idea. I'll give you the moon. It that was Donna Reed. And and and Jimmy Stewart in the nineteen forty six film. It's a wonderful life James this movie is a holiday classic. But there's a little history in terms of the copyright behind. It's a wonderful life. Tell us about that. Well, it was surprisingly one of Capra's least successful films commercially. When it was initially released, then it was thought that it had full into the public domain because of a failure to renew copyright, which is we mentioned you used to have to do. And so TV station started playing it. Hey, it's free, right? I can play it on Christmas. It becomes a holiday favorite. And thus becomes hugely successful people become accustomed to having this. This is you know, part of Christmas we part of the holiday season. And then it turns out actually the soundtrack the the the spoken the spoken, text, and the and the music was not in the public domain. And so it was sort of pulled back into copyright at least the portion of it was and so now it's actually commercially extremely successful. This is an example in other words of where putting something in the public domain actually made it a commercial success, and I would expect that that will happen to a series of works that we know nothing about today, but which were released because they were from nineteen Twenty-three. There's also another aspect. To this James that you mentioned, which is that, you know, now NBC has the deal to run. It's a wonderful life on the holidays. That's why it always kinda airs there, but the film was in the public domain, but a piece of the music within the film was not PBS stations. Go through this a lot I came to Washington from in San Francisco, and as I was leaving they were going through the process of digitizing everything in their library. These gigantic features tapes and film strips in two inch videotapes, and and everything and one of the things they were dealing with was the difficulty of knowing what they could release to the public what they would have to give the archives and what they couldn't release because they may have owned that copy of that program. But there might be one little element a picture or a piece of music or anything that they couldn't secure the rights to and therefore it spoiled the whole release. That's exactly right. And that is a huge issue, not just because of copyright law. But because we've have really a changing culture changing busy. Culture. Larry Lessig calls it, the permissions culture where it is assumed that the slightest fragment of a copyrighted work if it is a validly under copyright, and if you accidentally included in your digitalization, or in your a copyrighted poster appears in your movie, then then immediately that that that movie is in violation of copyright and demands for money can issue, and frankly, it's not clear to me that this has encouraged creativity. One whit, it has certainly paid a lot of lawyers, and I trained lawyers for a living, but it is not clear to me that it's actually encouraging creativity. What it's doing is training people to go through with a fine tooth comb to exactly what you described at your radio station, or rather your your TV station and go through all of these things and say that under copier is this under copyright and at the end of the day. A lot of that money doesn't really get to the original artists is just used up in transaction costs engineers, I think it's also worth noting that sometimes doesn't always happen. But copyright licensing does not. Always have to have a monetary cost. Sometimes if you just ask, and if you ask proactively if the person who owns the copyright believes in what you're doing. They may just say, yes. Absolutely. And the one thing I would add is, and that's obviously a good thing. If the work is covered by copyright. And if you use isn't a fear us in our experience, though, people dramatically underestimate what fair use allows you to do. And so they often are asking permission. And trying to clear things when in fact, their uses are perfectly legal. They were never covered by copyright in the first place. You do not have to ask my permission to parody a comic book, we right to to ridicule a book that I write by extensively quoting it. That's a fair use and you need permission. I probably wouldn't give it to you. If you us, we I was always taught that there are two entities that you do not monkey around with when it comes to copyright one is the NFL ever not ever never and the other's been wrenching mentioned by a few of our listeners, including bar linen. Who wrote on our website, the one eight dot org. I've read that Mickey Mouse was going out of copyright, and that Disney lobbied to get the extension is that true. The term is clearly too long. Is there any pressure to make it shorter or to rescue the orphaned works? Jennifer. I'm guessing that Disney will never ever released the copyright on. Mickey Mouse acres, it's too valuable and be isn't that how Walt Disney got screwed in the first place is I. Cartoon Oswald, the lucky rabbit, he didn't have the rights to it. And so he created Mickey as something that his company would own forever. Well, they're not gonna own the copyright over making mouse forever. So steamboat Willie the first appearance of Mickey Mouse is from nineteen twenty eight. So in fact, it's going into the public domain and twenty twenty four Disney did in fact lobby for the copyright term extension that we talked about that added twenty years to the term in one thousand nine hundred, but it's not just Disney. There were you know, a lot of rights holders that lobby for that term extension. So I don't think we can blame it entirely on Disney. But obviously they did benefit from the extra twenty years. Casey tweeted, I work as an academic, librarian, copyright, and the way it is used by academic publishers is creating a crisis in the academy large publishing houses whole public funded scientific research hostage making the newest science unavailable to the tax payers who fund it create a future tweeted, it's worth noting that YouTube content ID system is really only provided to massive copyright owners film, studios music, publishers, and labels, and others smaller creators, even ones with hundreds of titles. Are routinely shut out from using the technology. John tweeted, I'd love to know how copyright and public domain works. With paintings and drawings James what about that? Well of creek questions, by the way, I love your audience. So paintings and drawings are creative works independently created their covered by copyright in just the same way. Obviously, the copyright and the physical object as you mentioned earlier, Joshua, not the same thing. So if I if I sell you a copy of my painting, that's great that doesn't mean I've given you the copyright in the painting. So if I want to put it on a book cover or calendar, or what have you even though you own the actual painting that doesn't mean you end the copyright. But so is that's basically the same as as everything else your listener who wrote about science is. So right. This is a case where copyright is not doing what it's supposed to do. These are researchers who are writing generally for free. In fact, they get fired. I'm one of them if you don't actually published the new parish their works are being published in peer reviewed journals, which are frequently peer reviewed for free. We have technology colty internet, which allows us to distribute all of this stuff for free and the research is publicly funded and yet frequently there are enormous hurdles in terms of accessibility. This is good for no one, particularly the taxpayers who paid for the research, and it's not good for the next generation of scientific tools where you could be doing text mining big data on these articles and find actual patterns that scientists themselves haven't seen by using AI copyright -ironically is standing in the way of that. An only recently have we had mandatory open access policies imposed by government, Jennifer. We mentioned it's a wonderful life. There's another creative work called the wind done gone, which is worth mentioning this conversation. Tell us about the wind done gone. Sure, I'd be happy to so. The wind on gone is a beautiful book by an African American novelist and songwriter named Alice Randall as the title might have could you off? It's a revisiting of the iconic novel gone with the wind from the slaves perspective Randall wrote the book and to her great surprise. She was hit with a copyright lawsuit. From the Mitchell state, I was lucky enough to be one of the lawyers on that case. And the first thing we asked ourselves as we gone with the wind, still under copyright. Yes. It's from nineteen thirty six of copyright won't expire until twenty thirty two. But what Randall write the book because she said she grew up loving gone with the wind. And then as she learned more about history, she wondered about the things that were missing from gone with the wind. It's a novel without whippings without families being sold apart without free blacks striving for their education without Frederick Douglass. I'm so she wrote her book in order to secure gone with the wind for it's a historical and romanticised depiction of slaveholding society. And all the things I mentioned there in her bug. Guess what? Joshua the first court, they banned the wind done gone. They banned selling it. They ban offering it for sale they banned even advertising, the book said it was unabated piracy and happily the appellate court overturned that band on fair use and first grounds, but when works fall into the public domain, what it means is that anybody who wants to revisit a story from the point of view of the marginalized characters in this case, the slaves and gone with the wind. Whether it's Alice Randall, whether it's the weizer DASA's, see Jane Eyre, whether it's Grendel and bay wolf and means they can do that without the specter of copyright litigation. There's also another piece of work James that I think a lot of people thought was in the public domain, and if nobody has ever thought about public domain ever, we've all kind of run up against this at some point. And it's the song. Happy birthday. It's the reason why a lot of restaurants used to make up those goofy other birthday songs that they sing other than happy birthday. That was one of those turning points in in the way, we think of copyright to it was an and probably wrongly so should be a prolonged litigation about this. And it's fairly clear that I'm happy birthday now that that's actually the public domain now. And that those claims were vastly overblown, and that was part of this permissions culture, the idea that, you know, the waiter standing by your table couldn't sing badly. Sing happy birthday for a lot of people are like, wait copyright law can do that. And that's part of this permissions culture that I was describing. But luckily, in this case, it turns out that that work was in the public domain probably was in the public men a long time ago. In fact, let me get to a few more of your questions and stories before our time is up Chris from Asheville North Carolina shared a story about his father's poetry, listen. I'm Chris Lynn, I'm from Asheville, North Carolina and my father, Dr Robert Lynn is a former college president journalist and poet he wrote a poem few decades ago early nineteen eighty s called cancer is so limited. And he wrote it for dear friend of his suffering from cancer at com and another friend used that in a sermon and another someone picked it up and put it in the book under the non title. So my father's never gotten the copyright or never got the attribution and credit for that. He's tried to enforce copyright attribution a little bit more so widespread and difficult. It's appoints everywhere in this affected millions of people, and I wonder what would have happened if he had actually gotten credit for that. Chris. Thank you for sharing your story. In Jennifer, it raises an interesting point that stealing. Someone's work is not always done maliciously. What is copyright law say about when the information the providence of a work is just not known? Well, one curious feature of copyright law. And the us as the exclusive rights of the copyright holder include the right of attribution, unlike in other countries, where they have what are called moral rights where one of the rights is attribution. So that surprises a lot of people. If it were up to me, the copyright term would be shorter. But we would have something like a right of attribution. So that people could actually get credit for their work, even if they didn't have monetary incentives Graham tweeted, I'm a first time documentary filmmaker and needs to us news media footage video and still images from the twentieth century, including some for which is impossible.
"chris lynn" Discussed on 1A
"There's also another piece of work James that I think a lot of people thought was in the public domain, and if nobody has ever thought about public domain ever, we've all kind of run up against us at some point. And it's the song. Happy birthday. It's the reason why a lot of restaurants used to make up those, you know, goofy other birthday songs that they sing other than happy birthday that was one of those turning points in in the way, we think of copyright to it was an and probably wrongly. So there's pr- elect a prolonged litigation about this. And it's fairly clear that I'm happy now that that it's actually the public debate now and those claims were vastly overblown, and that was part of this permissions culture, the idea that the waiter standing by your table, you couldn't sing badly. Sing happy birthday for a lot of people are it's like, wait copyright, low can do that. And that's. Part of this permissions culture that I was describing. But luckily, in this case, it turns out that that work was in the public domain probably was in the public men a long time ago. In fact, let me get to a few more of your questions and stories before time is up Chris from Asheville North Carolina shared a story about his father's poetry, listen. I'm name is Chris Lynn, I'm from Nashville, North Carolina, and my father, Dr Robert Lynn is a former college president journalist and poet he wrote a poem a few decades ago in the early nineteen eighties called cancer is so limited and he wrote it for a dear friend of his different from cancer at that time and another friend used that in a sermon and another someone picked it up and put it in the book under the non title..
"chris lynn" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Yeah. The old the old ring in the sewer trick. Yeah. The Ceesay in the sewer, and then if you really want, and if you want to another prank you can do. Title piece of dental floss to the ring and then propose drop the ring in the sewer and then. Back up and then back up that'll be that's a line. Yeah. All very good guys. If I'm talking a little funny. It's because I bit the crap out of my tongue trying to teach and how to chew gum. And so my Tongue's a little maybe you're not the best teacher then. There. You should bring you out there. No often, the best teachers are are not the best each right? Right, Right. right. If you were that good you'd be a professional gum chore by now. Yeah, exactly. I'd be paid. If that's if I was good enough at it. Yeah. Okay. Let's get into another story that we're watching at this hour and Southwest Airlines got into a little bit of hot water this week after they were very mean to one of their passengers this week a woman named Tracy Redford was boarding a southwest flight with her five year old daughter. Her name is pronounced. Absolutely. It's spell on ABC d e. Okay. I'm willing to put money on the that there is some LDS influence on this family from somewhere. Why why would you say that? Yeah. Because Mormons are renowned for changing the spicing is going up lately and the opposite that this is some new age they're looking to distance her child from the cookie cutter names that against all around her. No, there's some new way mom who. I don't think that this the whole the whole Mormon angle they name weird things. But they stick to common names like they just change one letter in the name, or they squished too little made up names together. Like, but this is something so far beyond like calling crystal with a K or or anything, this is Chris Lynn with a double y. Yeah. But this is by the way, I think I saw one article that as rare as this might sound there were three hundred and something other chips same. Yeah. The gear this girl was born is really absolutely is targeted. How ab- city like the? Yeah. Yeah. Is not a good name. The ABCD sounds like a product like that someone is pitching to get your core. Is sounds like I'm like, okay. What up guys AB cities here as I pop my shirt off and on Mike. Right. I mean, this per welcome to AB city, right? I mean, this is going to be a very ironic name if this person does not have the ideal physique for the rest of their days. I'd rather be the guy who was named. What was it cheeseburger, Mr. cheeseburger, cheeseburger, double cheese, her name changing his name that guy..
"chris lynn" Discussed on WJR 760
"Snaps at their one yard line. That sound pressure came from the big nose tackle, Robert Landers. That's what happens when you go empty backfield. You know, you have no one back there to help your quarterback in case of money leaks through. So it really allows that defensive line to pin. There is backing come down hill after the quarterback, which they did true. Freshman punter. The game for the first time this season. William I up. And the snap went over his head. That is a safety. The snap went over the head of Christa. That almost look on purpose. That wasn't even close. There's no way. Long snapper makes a mistake that bad. That's interesting. Look at the look at the punt coverage number forty four. Grayson Miller didn't even attempt to run down the field that was on purpose guys. So they take the safety. They could now. Kick the ball. Joe Hieaux state there within three is nine to six. This is their way of trying to flip the field field position wise versus potentially getting blocked down here. Up seven, exactly. Good call by the Michigan state coaching staff. Ohio State had the Spartans in jail. No chance for parole. No, not the way. Chris Lynn's been putting the ball. So let's take the ball out of his hands to flip it ball. Keep falling off the tee here because of the swirling wind George Cole Haan.
"chris lynn" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Hanson joins us live from the newsroom, with all the details good afternoon Chris Lynn it seems like his name is everywhere in hospitals museums and schools herald the Cheryl known as Jerry, fest has died at the length I grew. Up in a New Jersey farm he served in the navy went to law school and worked his way through the publishing. Communication industry eventually forming Lund fest communications which he sold to Comcast then becoming a billionaire hater Ramos is president and CEO of the. Philadelphia foundation which helps nonprofits and he worked with Len, fest and says that after each recent health battle length as would still. Be on calls and in meetings very involved in the philanthropic work that they did it's hard to, think we won't have him there in person. Anymore to push an encouraging and support. Troop powerful combination of caring conviction humility and action all in one person in, separate statements. Mayor Jim Kenney says that generous contributions transformed lives Governor Tom Wolfe also releasing a statement calling land fest a great human being. An even, better, citizen. Bring live in the newsroom Kristen Johanson KYW NewsRadio, at least nine people. Are now dead as a result of the ongoing wildfires in. California and the president has declared Shasta county. A disaster area that's the, site of that massive car fire the death toll climbs in California wildfires. Evacuations continued said my, prayers, and everything that even with. That I kind of. Thought this time the evacuations gonna hit me by this, right a seventh. Person has died in the northern California wildfire near reading the weather is, unrelenting has not been very kind as it's been very hot and dry and the wings kick up and it. Just causes havoc on fire line Laura round with Cal fire k. PIX televisions Andria Borba is in Lake, County lot closer to San, Francisco where another. Wildfire is threatening home.
"chris lynn" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Like one happy family it's like the lovetriangle but it is the voice stem triangles soap op way because as we all know right now in boston the green munster is power ego jealousy veteran this and the trail tomorrow another episode of the boston triangle barry is calling from flemington barrier on a fan of new york city what's happening vary hey nice to pay cricket story today those kind of interesting my friend told me how he felt that lynn swann was uh responsible for breaking his tongue he tells the story about with his was about five or six years old there together watching either mr rogers sesame street who appears but lynn swann coming out in full uniform helmets precedes the takeoff the helmet they have parents you know the uh showed the pay a uniform he's in the bali kitchen chris lynn swann used to do valet to my friend is throwing her started dancing around my friend jumps up in the air comes down on his toe and breaks it oh no well of course it was going to happen of course but that was lynched one he broke my toe story he has you think you think bradshaw had two good receivers in swan and strong wars i think they were unbelievable now d do a lot of you know truth backs within can route one who i went to screw was his goal with a safety super bowl who you probably have heard of reggie harrison um but he certainly had an allstar cast of office of defensive players.
"chris lynn" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"You want to invest in they are all calls seriously says he heard chris lynn dahl in the background apparently so many left days yeah but he call that a megaphone megaphone yeah he's loud enough that somebody take that away so i think there's a little posted note on the said that this was waiting for me well you know as we mentioned last segment mama bare tries her best to control things and our run the asylum and and chris lynn dahl provides the the energy unquote to the but that's what you want to call it got now i tuesday before the break about you know this time a year by selling a home is the market is bad as people might think it is in all of that there really you know one thing i do want to get into first is for all the people out there that if they can okay it's cause i'm this spring i'm going to sell and have lived in my house for rex number of years and you know i got a clean everything up i mean it's it's an arduous process and i made it clear i i bought my first home just two years ago so i'm just wearing that i'm just wear an him up rant it's on that thing as we speak but tell me guys what it takes and what's that it what what seems to me to be incredible process of getting ready for the spring market and so and at home well for thinking about selling this spring it really the time to start is now because there's a lot to do that kind of prep your home and get ready for say also you know we like the center stage years.
"chris lynn" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"To do you want to invest in they are all calls the the seriously is as he heard chris lynn dahl in the background apparently so many left day but he call that a megaphone megaphone yeah he's loud enough you know that somebody take that away so i think there's a little posted note on the said that this is waiting for me well you know as we mention last segment mama bare tries her best to control things and our run the asylum and and chris lynn dahl provides the the energy on caught to the mets at you want to call it got now i tuesday before the break about you know this time a year by selling a home is the market is bad as people might think it is and all that the really you know one thing i do want to get into first is for all the people out there that if they can okay it's cause i'm this spring i'm going to sell and i've lived in my house for rex number of years sent you know i got a clean everything up i mean it's it's an arduous process and i made it clear i i bought my first home just two years ago so i'm just wearing that i'm just where in him up it's on that thing as we speak but tell me guys what it takes and what's that it what what seems to me to be incredible process of getting ready for the spring market and so and at home but i think it about selling this spring it really the time to start is now because there's a lot to do that kind of prep your home and get ready for say also you know we like the center stage years.
"chris lynn" Discussed on talkSPORT
"Kind people between he spent parts and the polish overnight and they're a couple of days oh my head of chris lynn had a that was put game dustin a bit of the talk about a knee there were the it would be an but honest key the lead mightily down sometimes in the position to the cup in china money being interested in time and that is the you can each and support into oakland going to the people i've been in contact with him so you know i think that they would i'm just not in the south combed on the on the on the minute doesn't get really get from the premier league at least tried like they put him in and that's what i'm doing this i think the property approaching at this particular time is up this three full games over the christians pitted nine twelve points to play fall big chunk opponents to got to get them away from the relegate in zone and if some is in place yeah leno easy against opponents away kinds of in put a little a cutter also will need is stites that often that was a fixture that makes sort of then but they would be targeting it's a good one too much january yeah and it's it's they have a run of games and john you and i love they would look i don't think we're like i would think of a child that's a cliff we are any of it oldest opponents attempted political the press corps that they've had at it but in the history of the moment but there has said him balance is seen it it on that for me and that will be one of the yeah areas to the new manager will targets and you know well targeting for january but there is a potential in that's going to pull well clear of trouble and and the broad speed but they criticism of the out of that if the pocket tenure the to their under a cheating that they should to think they don't know that the rapid of like you know i think couldn't get ten twenty two acosta currently is the you know that i'm up because the money the out invest them players on the on the investment the americans approach to the club and though partly and i never that them down don't for to be relegated in that part you i thought that they were deafening get out of it they thought and let go.