30 Burst results for "Ciller"

"ciller" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"ciller" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Wsb radio my flagship station. Who is at the funeral for gene ciller She is Gene ciller is the golf pro who was killed Brian roden as was just talking about in the last half hour is the suspect here. And i wanted to get robin on the phone and talk for just a moment Let's see here. I can pull up robin. Welcome to the program. How are you. Hey eric great listen. Thanks very much for doing this. I know there's a. There's a little bit of a delay hang on a second. Let me make sure. I've got you properly routed here because there we are right now. I know i've got your properly routed. So so folks can hear you set a quota over the speaker of the studio. I can you cut a set. The scene for us here at a. Jean sellers funeral. And i assume there's a large crowd. Yeah there's about a thousand people. It was private. And so we're not getting into you know everything that went on the inside. Needless to say it was absolutely heartbreaking. you have a thousand people Family that he had his wife's the tucson his parents in town from ohio and hundreds of people from the country club in attendance along with officers who were in plain clothes. That were there people who have worked on this case. Tirelessly eric i'll tell you. There's a lot of outstanding questions We do have. Brian wrote in the suspect who's charged with the murder behind bars. But i heard you earlier in your segment. You know who are some of the enablers around him who picked him up at Ten poll in the woods in kennesaw who bill him out of jail the first time when he got out police had him in custody on july fourth in the wee hours driving around with no license plate Six a total of six misdemeanors no headlights. Who bailed him out of jail. And then they lured him back with the ruse that they you know that had is is money. Hey get your cash. There's a lot of outstanding questions here. Also in terms of the investigation itself. Eric Who is henry. Val dad's it's the forty six year old from anaheim california who was dead in the back of the truck. Who is mr paul pearson seventy six from topeka kansas. Who owned the puck. And what is the connection to this man were they buying drugs from him and he encounter them..

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"ciller" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"ciller" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Twenty pm and discovered ciller on the green of the ten th hole at the pine tree country club in kennesaw georgia ciller. An employee of the club was found unresponsive with a gunshot wound to the head. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Police discovered a ram thirty five hundred pickup truck. On the green that contained the bodies of two men officials identified. One of the men is paul pearson. The registered owner of the truck. The third victim has not been identified. Both men in the truck died of gunshot wounds. Ciller was in his forties was a member of the pine tree country club staff and worked as the director of golf and head golf pro at summit chase country club since two thousand seven. He had competed in the georgia. Pj section golf tournaments. He's a husband and father of two and was responding to an issue on the golf courses. Ten th hole when a man in a white truck pulled his vehicle onto a sand trap nearby ciller went to talk to. The man of the vehicle was shot in the head and killed. The suspect has not been caught. The courses near kennesaw state university Kennesaw state university office of emergency management tweeted on saturday. The suspect is a hispanic male considered armed and dangerous. Six one one seventy last seen wearing a white t shirt. Now i bring up the story first of all Pity one in the george areas interested in helping. This family. Got two young children if you follow me on instagram at go to my bio you'll see a link to a gofundme the account. That's been set up for him. But i bring up the story. Because there are a series of articles and academic statements out in the last few weeks. The left is hit on a new strategy to gaslight us and tell us that there is not a crime problem in america it is an actual thing that is happening where left wing academics and others are saying. Actually there is no crimewave. It's just media fear in media hype in every community in the country. At this moment there is well. I shouldn't say everyone but most of them a crime issue There is a a real problem across the country in major metropolitan areas and suburbs. Crime is on the rise. Murders are up burglars or up armed robberies up. Assault is up batteries up. That gives up. Car thefts are up All of it increasingly there are increasing levels of crime in the country and the media at this point is very fascinating which is covering the crime is also running stories from progressive. Saying there's not really a crimewave it's.

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"ciller" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"ciller" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Gene ciller is a pro golfer He was shot and killed a country club in suburban atlanta. on saturday. Two other men were found dead inside the bed of a pickup truck on the golf course. Cobb county police. That's northwest atlanta responded to a report of a person shot around two twenty pm and discovered ciller on the green of the ten th hole at the pine tree country club in kennesaw georgia ciller. An employee of the club was found unresponsive with a gunshot wound to the head. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Police discovered a ram thirty five hundred pickup truck. On the green that contained the bodies of two men officials identified. One of the men is paul pearson. The registered owner of the truck. The third victim has not been identified. Both men in the truck died of gunshot wounds. Ciller was in his forties was a member of the pine tree country club staff and worked as the director of golf and head golf pro at summit chase country club since two thousand seven. He had competed in the georgia. Pj section golf tournaments. He's a husband and father of two and was responding to an issue on the golf courses. Ten th hole when a man in a white truck pulled his vehicle onto a sand trap nearby ciller went to talk to. The man of the vehicle was shot in the head and killed. The suspect has not been caught. The courses near kennesaw state university Kennesaw state university office of emergency management tweeted on saturday. The suspect is a hispanic male considered armed and dangerous. Six one one seventy last seen wearing a white t shirt.

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Golf Pro, 2 Others Fatally Shot at Georgia Club

The Erick Erickson Show

01:40 min | 1 year ago

Golf Pro, 2 Others Fatally Shot at Georgia Club

"Gene ciller is a pro golfer He was shot and killed a country club in suburban atlanta. on saturday. Two other men were found dead inside the bed of a pickup truck on the golf course. Cobb county police. That's northwest atlanta responded to a report of a person shot around two twenty pm and discovered ciller on the green of the ten th hole at the pine tree country club in kennesaw georgia ciller. An employee of the club was found unresponsive with a gunshot wound to the head. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Police discovered a ram thirty five hundred pickup truck. On the green that contained the bodies of two men officials identified. One of the men is paul pearson. The registered owner of the truck. The third victim has not been identified. Both men in the truck died of gunshot wounds. Ciller was in his forties was a member of the pine tree country club staff and worked as the director of golf and head golf pro at summit chase country club since two thousand seven. He had competed in the georgia. Pj section golf tournaments. He's a husband and father of two and was responding to an issue on the golf courses. Ten th hole when a man in a white truck pulled his vehicle onto a sand trap nearby ciller went to talk to. The man of the vehicle was shot in the head and killed. The suspect has not been caught. The courses near kennesaw state university Kennesaw state university office of emergency management tweeted on saturday. The suspect is a hispanic male considered armed and dangerous. Six one one seventy last seen wearing a white t shirt.

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Why Is Bubba Wallace so Confident?

The Final Lap

01:20 min | 1 year ago

Why Is Bubba Wallace so Confident?

"Bubba. Wallace is on. And he. Rates the season. So far driving for denny hamlin and michael jordan in that twenty three car. I had high expectations going in the martinsville because the success there and how well i've run there in the past and how well twitter has run there. We just kinda miss sometimes going into these next fourteen races in a row that we have Let's see what happens. I know we're going to run top. Twenty hopefully fifteen and start breaking down the top fifteen barrier and and consistently get there. Then start so people are way there. It's only a matter of time. We're we're hitting all fall ciller. Cylinders aren't firing at the same time. But we're getting all they're all kind of sporadic so it's like once we get that doubt and there's a lot of potential of his team act. Continue to say that like that's that's one of the most exciting things as can be this weekend. Yeah finishes could be a couple of spots or overcooked it all together. We're figured out what we need to secure those fox earlier in the race and go five something much greater than what we have been so You know we're only increases in and no one's right. The ship yet for our team in they still have our kinks ironed out and little things that are holding us back you bunch of little things. Add up to one big thing. So we'll be just

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"ciller" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"ciller" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"It cannot be country by country I know that some countries scab carbon tax, but it is not useful unless unless the entire system. Implemented trade. What you're suggesting is rather meeting for market mechanism to kick in worldwide. Why don't we take it out the biggest player in the market in this case, the Fed. and and create some some level of discipline into the market. And again. So This does the court here? I like for Milton Friedman. So only a crisis, no actual procedure will produce real change. So when that crisis occurs the actions that are taken depend on the ID. So this is also a bit of you know my my idea to share some of those ideas on the platform on the force platform but wanted to come back on. There are elements where. With. Where we have to start thinking. So we con- denied we can be proud of our footprint in two thousand twenty. So we have the six headed as I mentioned at the beginning we have six headed in a crisis. So what are some of the ideas that we could embrace I think one of the notions is to? Introduce the notion of what I would call the carrying economy rewarding economy healing economy because we are in pain, you know whether it's our economy as a nation as individuals we need healing we need caring absolutely and so So there are some notions in there I think that we. Could incorporate in in a sense so that you know given our stresses that we can see in our daily in our daily lives know especially in the realm of climate change. So there is an element whereby essential banking in this case, the Fed could issue rewards right in rewards in a sense that you could Be provided with an incentive to start in regenerating part of your economy. So let's take an example so. Now, you have a private initiative in its company, a start up company skuld regenerative network. So Regan, Network and. They are providing incentives to farmers who are you working the soil of their lamps and so the top sweat by working top Ciller delancey by moving away from synthetic fertilizers which are contributing to the overall heating up of our earth you know they are giving an incentive to enlarge to magnify the secrets, the sequestration or the the the carbon potential of the farmers land. So that could be that's an enormous benefit you know for us to society, but also for the Fed in future years having, it could prevent having to intervene as I had referred to through quantitative easing, having to print money in order to pay outs a people suffering from climate. Closed the calamities. So you could give right now all kinds of incentives. To make sure that these efforts are being Being know initiated the same for. Working on on wetlands restoration it's you know this. It could add to flood defences as we've seen last year with the Mississippi flooding we had major disruption in supply chain. These are things as a human race we see a civilization we see we can so there's solution out there if we actually you know again start to think outside the box an start to be about what those challenges are and how we actually provide the right incentives for people to reallocate resources and capital to those beneficial kind of yet. I want to quickly touch on frank one of your other of Forbes article the Fed and digital currencies. What's possible? So Most Watson digital currency Yes. So additional currency is actually a currency for which it's not tangible..

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Gitlab Courseware as Code with Ben Allison

Software Engineering Daily

07:30 min | 2 years ago

Gitlab Courseware as Code with Ben Allison

"We haven't done very many shows about military and the software used in the military. Could you explain how software is used in the military and give get as an example of a piece of code that is used in the military? My particular experience I am a signed as a faculty member at the Army Cyber Schoolhouse. So my experience with using getting. As a software development tool is primarily focused on that environment. Instead of the rest of the army are organizations that use different tool suites get being one get lab. Atlassian. Different Damore positions across Dod's different toll sweets. But the army cyber school, we use get lab and get primarily as a way to manage our curriculum. into the way that came to be prior to me arriving at the school around two, thousand, fifteen and sixteen timeframe the school I was created until fifteen in. So there are there are kind of the The for students creating tells fourteen excuse me at first students two, thousand, fifteen into. So they're kind of acting like a never to start culture. So they had the flexibility because they had such a torch short timeframe to build. Their their courses for the first students, which usually the army gives you three years they had less than a year. So they had the flexibility more or less the political flexibility to do what works and get things done rather than to wait bureaucratic systems of what may be in the past. They had a lot of opportunity to innovate in a way that might not otherwise be possible in a more established institution within the army. So for them they were looking at how can we manage course where the army traditionally has a three year cycle that updates at a very slow pace it's all using binary data formats such as we're documents powerpoint to get stored in a Web interface where the upload the documents in download them when you need to instruct and so for us, we wanted to be able to have more flexibility where we could manage course where in applying agile software development principles, and then also be able update and manage the course the corser without having to go through the tedious process of using these other outdated systems designed for more a static types of curriculum that don't change very often. was a natural choice for those of US coming into the school house over background experience offered engineering. So I am at your centimeters haven't worked in the army in a development role personally, but many have in that influences the decision to use Gab. So for US instead of using a word documents, we use markup languages to track our curriculum, and then we use the CI pipelines to build that curriculum same. Thing with infrastructure code use a different four-match for us at t templates an open stack pipe last play. So for us, that's that's the the framework for how we chose to use primarily because it was available and we had the freedom to do so because the organization organizations just being stood up in the leadership was willing to assume risk by allow us to innovate in ways that might not otherwise be possible. Core. Swear is a term that this conversation's going to focus on explain what the term course where means and how it applies to this conversation. Suddenly Army when they have curriculum development coursework can be affirmative. This way when you when you joined the army every, there's different specialties for different sexually you have armor would be people drive tanks. You've got infantry that people go and do the very stereotypical army infantry things. You've got field artillery they fire cannons have got aviators to fly helicopters and they've got things like signal or does communique shipment in the Cyber Branch Cyber Branch was created. Ciller Signal Corps signals more it. Cyber is more focused on using P centric art centric computing space to create offensive and defensive effects of. The army in the government department at large, and so what that really means for us at the school is we're developing courses to support soldiers coming into the army in the officers enlisted and warrant officers who need at the Technical Erie that supports all of the operational context. Racial context is all stuff that in the ranch they can't really talk about what they're doing or how they're applying the theory in some cases. But but for us, we are strictly worried about technical theory that underlying. All. Of the operational applications. So for us, it's Windows Fundamentals Lennox Demento is understanding operating systems in how they work. And then understanding networking, TCI than full stack of networking and understanding enough to apply it an insecurity concepts both from offensive and defensive perspective whether you're trying to defend offensive actor or you're on the offensive side, you need to understand all of that theory that goes behind exploitation out of defend attackers hide in so on and so for the school when they talk about course where they're talking about, for example, the cyber common technical core is a module. Every cohort whether the officers enlisted are required to attend ends up for them. This is the overview of operating systems networking insecurity into the course where is the facilitator guides that go to the instructors, the student guides that go to the students and then the. Is. Code that deploys interactive ranges for the students due to work on from the classrooms or in this case during in nineteen up from wherever they're working from a remote location of again. Okay. So you've mentioned course where you've mentioned get and you're talking about curriculum management technologies like powerpoint and Microsoft and PDF. These seem like separate worlds if you're talking about office management tools that's at a higher level than something that you would need to version control on. So what's the relationship between the version control stuff and the traditional office suite? Right so and the traditional army you would this is something if he's ever been to a government scores in the romantic government, you often new to course it's kind of the general stereotype is kind of have a pulse and you sit in class and you sit through powerpoint slides in answer some very canned questions at our checks learning. Then you move onto the next thing and nobody ever fails and it's not hard. You just exist you get through it and then you go to your unit you actually do your job Leonard, job your unit that's the stereotype of of how training is done in the army and that's Not always accurate of course is stereotype. So that's that's health in some cases it's Not, how the OSCE wants to involve improving but that's that's A. Character of of how could be in. So when people talk about office documents in the army, you'll death by powerpoint sometimes there's certain models that are designed such a way that the army says you are not alone about this and you sit in powerpoint and someone flipped through slides and you're done you do it for a certain length of time they briefed the sides you. In you're done to the school severance doesn't want to be slide driven. So instead of being slide driven in powerpoint, we instead are facilitation guides that are stored a markup. We can also do slides using or ask you doctor and revealed a technologies run through ask Dr, which is a tick, the markup language in spits out issue on the backside, and so we do sometimes use slides, but we're not trying to be centered on. powerpoint dead were trying to use this after vine principles to facilitate learning through hands on

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So Long And Thanks For All The Renewable Energy

You Did What Now?

09:23 min | 2 years ago

So Long And Thanks For All The Renewable Energy

"To you. Did what now podcast where we discuss stories and science and tech that make us ask exactly that he everyone. Thanks for listening on your go. Stephanie Educator in silence efficient on air and I'm like Oh Programmer Tech Guy. Hello Stephanie. Happy Monday happy Monday Mike. How's it going US good Keeping busy but not as busy as Elon. Musk apparently you see all these Elon. Musk updates that have been coming out of the year. And guess what's going on with align. Well we mentioned airlink Supposedly he tweeted out a tweet a couple of weeks ago whenever was that he says the upgrades since the last like public press conference or wherever he did it is awesome headaches expires to show it to us this summer. Sometime I guess a monkey controlling the computer and then he didn't actually get to put it in a in a human last year but he's hopeful that maybe that could happen this year too so he's putting near a link in in a monkey. Yeah he's he says. There is a monkey controlling the computer just to catch everybody up. The neuro link. Is the this like brain interface thing where he's drilling tiny holes in in putting all sorts of little wires in your brain to help you Control computers with your mind okay. So you thought he's already got in the monkey control computer he's got update plan for the summer is going to. I guess does the Monkey. I guess I totally missed that in the news so Thank you that's terrifying. Monkey is controlling computer. Like I mean. What does the monkey do when it's on a computer? I mean I mean I guess you showed a picture of a banana added of bananas. All Day we'll see I guess. This'll this'll be whatever this. Prescott what he did what he decides. It's probably consumption. He said the summer. Maybe he'll have a a relief. I want to follow this monkey on twitter. Felt like this is a missed opportunity. You just want to know you know. Well maybe once they show us. The by presumably monkey will feature in this video or whatever with a release in the summer. So I'm sure we'll see a monkey short soviet-created twitter account. Yeah I just WanNa know what what a monkey does when he gets on the computer. What sites is he going to you? And what videos is he watching? What does he like you know? Yeah WanNa see his tick tock okay. Let's sing so he also I. This is less exciting or Aureus in Hashtag -able but a tesla solar is coming out. This year should be like a public roll out him. Solar panels and You take a look at them. They're actually they're not as like obvious. I guess is the Word Book for in on Euro as traditional solar panels. You know whether or not you like them or not. They're kind of up there. Kinda obvious solar panel. Your roof does look like a roof. The Tesla ones apparently look like just kind of like a roof for the most part. How many manage that the other one? I mean the ones by neighborhood are very obvious that you've got eight solar panels on your roof there. They kind of stick out. But some people even banned like homeowner associations which whatever but what happens for those people. I want to get it to homeowner associations because we started one another podcast on that. I'm sure the justice low ones almost just like black like shiny roof panels. You if you weren't looking for me might not even notice. Yeah but how much are they? That's what I WANNA know. Because when we looked into solar panels it was going to take us about twenty years to break even year which is a bad over. The most mortgages but I I think some New Jersey. I think it's better than that. It depends on your exposure. Sometimes governments have rebates and stuff for For Energy you know for being and efficient. Because you're you're basically selling it back to them. Do you would think so. But it doesn't always work out exactly like you know exactly like that. There's only so much it was. It was really weird so we did not end up going with it but I feel like if there's a tesla solar panel for your house my husband definitely GonNa one eight you know. He's already he's already waiting for that. Tesla track so if you if they're making some if they're making some some advances to this would make it easier on our Puckett but then I think that's great. Let's go for it will check it out. I'll throw some links up in the John. Oates is I usually do and It looks pretty cool of is I don't know where they're gonNA roll it out if it's everywhere it's GonNa be cheap. Who knows yeah bonus you know? Can you buy a Tesla truck and get a rebate your solar panels on bundle and Save Save? You got you got your brain. You got a solar panel. You get a tesla chuck price of one. Maybe baby the solar panel can power the The computer that you're using to control your brain. I want to control the Solar Plant Pinot with my brain genuine cutting but so energy solar panels. Actually that's what I want to talk about today. So okay the the transition here. Yeah solar panels. I mean you. You just mentioned that you looked into it. I have trees so I cannot Gets alert south southern facing trees or whatever that cash shade which is nice because my house cooler backyard shaded but I can't get solar panels so many talked about. We've talked wanting to put solar panels on the road for Carts. Dr On so yes I mean. Obviously energy crisis is a thing. The plant is warming were burning coal debate. Yeah it's all sorts of bad things happening so energies obviously up popular research toppings. There's a lot going on whether it really I found interesting was sort of like anti solar panel. An anti solar panel right now doesn't sound good. It's a catch you into the dark. Marvel Verse Ser so darks. Anti solar panel would be one that generates electricity at night. How is it going to generate electricity? At night. Can't the Moon's he's the Moon's light well? The Moon is solar panel. I mean but it's not bright enough generally for right for so this. This is an article I found in kind of a bunch of places but CNN dot com. So he's he jerry Monday. A professor at the University of California Davis. He's working on a prototype that basically keep generating power at night. The idea is that solar panels are cold. Objects pointed at the hot sun absorbed the light and generate power. This would be the opposite. You would heat up the solar panel or the Anti Solar Panel Thermal radio to sell would heat up point of the night sky much cooler object and that would radiate infrared light and that would generate energy. You did what now yes. We're turning night into power. This doesn't make sense to me at all explained that all over again so regular. Solar power generates power by absorbing sunlight which causes a voltage to appear cross device for current to flow and devices later instead admitted your heating up the device and it's emitting light and the current and voltage. They go in the opposite direction but would still generate power from different materials but the physics is basically the same interesting so it only makes our at night. These would only yes only make our at night. I guess you will. Maybe you could have some sort of dual device where sweat swaps because you have to heat up the part of the panel to generate the heat at night when it's cooler so I will. Obviously this is still just prototype stuff but you have a device that does both. Maybe you're you. Have you know. Maybe the South Park facing part of Your House. The Sun to be daytime. Get The Sun and you put us the other side of the House for nighttime powered pointed at Cooler Sky. Because that's not as it doesn't really matter the skies cool whether or not there's light or not. I mean I guess so but is it really need if you already have solar panels on your house or a you know using power to really need that extra anti-ciller panel well. I mean solar panels. Not exactly useful. How expensive it was. I mean. They're not necessarily perfect. They don't generate necessarily enough power. And then you get rainy gays stretching rainy days you neutral go negative in terms of power consumption versus power generation and this help create more power. I mean anything that create more power is generally good. Sure I mean I. I could absolutely see being the usefulness in places that maybe don't get a lot of sunlight you know so I mean I. I would be eligible for something like this campus. So maybe this would be a way for somebody like me to have you know golf. Set power a little bit. Could or you know some. Yeah like you said you're way up. North way down south we are Deitz. You Switch Unites Twenty hours or eighteen hours. Sometimes when you're on that part of your revolution around the sun like this would be probably a good idea. Yeah I still baffles me. Mind that you can get energy out of darkness. I still still like crazy to me.

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Equity shot: What's going on with Tesla's stock price?

Equity

14:18 min | 2 years ago

Equity shot: What's going on with Tesla's stock price?

"An equity shot is when something happens that we get really really excited about and then we realized which taken off of slack and put it on to the podcast. Today we're going back to the very beginning of the show. We're talking about Tesla which she asks. I know it's not a private company. But if you go back episode one of equity. We're talking about Tesla reason too much of money because fascinating firm. I Have Danny Crichton with me. Danny how are you? I'm doing good although I think we should call it an equity shot. It's more like an equity joint because I am so high on this high stock price. The I did not see that joke coming. But I'll take it. You'll unless of course famously. Smokey joint on some podcast. I forget what it was called. But we're here today because Tesla share price is up yet again looking like it's going to close at an all time record. High currently above nine twentieth share up over seven percent amd we're going to go through the kind of bullish take care the bearish take care. What's going on and I'll talk a little bit about the fundamentals behind the company and how they've really honestly improved so any rate time ready as we said before the show if you go back in time to roughly. I think it was last June. You could buy Tesla for about one hundred. Eighty five dollars shares magically masterfully. They're up to nearly a thousand dollars a share and you know when you think about Tesla and its financial improvements over the last couple years. It's had some but certainly not to the extent of rescinded share price. Changing my impression is that there's enthusiasm going on here. That may not be tied to fundamentals with autism. It's all multiple expansion here so I think people are getting really excited about the potential electric cars. Certainly not as in the United States but around the world to for instance I think Singapore just last week said that they wanted to be the first country to only have electric vehicles. Mean like the next decade or two right. So there's these huge initiatives around electric cars and then you've got batteries. You've got a lot of the supply. Didn't stuff that that Tesla's in and then you have just the general called marketing stick. I mean I think we we used to follow invidia. Quite a bit early is to focus on. Invidia quit a bit and retail shares stocks called a Robin Hood share right. Everyone who has a Robin Hood account is like following video news day to day and I think that that's been replaced by Tesla Tesla for sure. Amd will also hot for a long time back. In the CRYPTO currency boom. There's been a lot of companies that are kind of come and gone but I think Tesla's probably the kind of the granddaddy of them all from that perspective but more data about the trading world. This isn't actually Tesla's all time intraday high it. My research holds up that was actually back in February fourth when Tesla had an insane range of eight hundred and thirty three dollars a share to nine hundred sixty eight I think kind of sets the stage for understanding Tesla's price movements which is at their wild and they seem to be based on competing warring religious cults people that are obsessed with Tesla and the future of battery tech and electric cars and getting off a fossil fuels and you know loving Elon. Musk and then people who care more about fundamentals even as Tesla's windmills have honestly improved over the last eighteen months quite a lot. You know absolutely and I. It's crazy is if you look at it. Post Two thousand thirteen from twenty thirteen to twenty nineteen that the stock was essentially flat. I mean they're gonNA has ups and downs and typical gyrations but it was sort of a a wait-and-see stock I mean what's grits. Nuts is just in the last couple of months like four months. It's gone from a low of just below two hundred dollars a share to now we're looking at it as a recording it at two. I'm sorry nine twenty eight and so I mean we're looking at a four X. in three month return profile. I mean look we talk about South Thank Vision Fund on equity all the time but this this is sort of what they were looking for right. It's like literally it's not even a private company. It's a public company. Just bought again with Robin Hood. I don't think you can actually open a Robin Hood Account. Though the hundred billion in cash that would play break. Something in the Robin Hood Landscape but just put this in perspective. Everybody of what we're kind of thinking about. We pulled up. Tesla's financials and so we're going to bore you with a couple of numbers and then we're GonNa talk about what can driving hand today's movement but the reason why this price movement feels so fantastic and so fascinating to watch is because even though Tesla has improved. It's it's profitability. It's cash position it's cash flow. It hasn't grown that much. And if you go back in time looking at the year ending. December twenty eighteen Tesla had total revenues of twenty one. Point five billion give or take and if you look at this last year it was twenty four point six so some growth to be clear but certainly not a lot and in q four q four. Eighteen Tesla had seven point two million in revenue and Q. Four of nineteen seven point four so just Mata Games of growth and improve profitability. Is the difference here so it could be a mixed shift in what they're selling. It could be optimism about the battery market. And there's a lot of possibilities driving this boom. I Tesla but I'm curious Danny. What is your favorite of the various hypotheses that are bouncing around? I think it's a huge expectation around future product lines right so if you look at the units delivered by Tesla over the last two years being Tesla really has expanded writer was just a couple of years. Ago Is under twenty five thousand units a quarter in Q. Four twenty nine thousand dollars. According to Teesta it was well over one hundred thousand one hundred. Fifteen thousand units were delivered quarter. So it has. It has sold more cars. You know four or five act so that that's part of the number here but I think you start to look at like cyber truck which is entering a much more higher margin part of the vehicle market in the mid to large size semi trucks. And the I think the challenges is like. There's there's this gap of like you know. Yes there were one hundred thousand or have cyber trucks were supposedly preordered Alex nor is a fifty eight billion based on how many tweets stupidity excitement. Yes yes but you know the challenges that those were not full deposits right like there are no cars to be sold and they're not going to be cars to be sold for a long period of time and so. I think there's just this huge which we saw the same thing with Softbank. Which is there's this huge prediction of like well look assuming everything goes right over the next four to five years then we will buy into the valuation as if everything was being sold in two thousand twenty three. Unfortunately there's so much risk coming up. I mean it was crazy to me. Is we talking about apple and Amazon? A bunch of others AIRBNB who've been suffering from chronic virus but tesla's a huge Chinese market. I mean we were talking about the Shanghai gigafactory or gigafactory for their new battery which just launched what two three months ago and is now sort of been hit? Hard by by the virus. What what other issues art is Tesla? GonNa come up within the next couple of years that that to me is a huge open question. Well the operating points pretty good if you look back. Tesla's latest earnings investor presentation for example You go to page eighteen following along at home. They show have a rolling twelve month delivery number and in Q. Four trailing twelve months of deliveries reached over three hundred fifty thousand for Unit. So they have always a hit material scale global scale. And so when you bring up these new models to me. They've actually proven their ability to do that. And at increase scale and all that a similar level of quality which means that they can watch model. Why cyber truck that really fast roadster that they showed for four minutes and never did anything with put that out please? I want to go bankrupt. So tell me one she please does. I want to stay married. That's more I hear. The roadster does super well New England winters. Yeah it's designed actually for Rhode Island's a narrow cobbled streets and I think the cyber trucks tank like atmosphere is what you're looking for for Rhode Island. Well especially the kids. I'll need those unbreakable windows. Okay but going back to today and what's driving this one day shift and Tesla's stock price drove us. Mad is looking at what's going on. There was a new analyst. Note coming out. Invesco strategist Tim. Horace Bra talked a lot. About how the Fed's decision learned. The quantity was helping drive momentum stocks of which is of course one. Alex Potter an analyst with the Piper Sandler raised his price target for Tesla to above nine hundred bucks a share. A little late given that already is but hey you know better late than having a one hundred ninety nine target which is what seen in business and then of course. There's also some rumors going around that In China to tinkering with a new kind of cobalt free battery which is supposed to be important. Even though I will admit I was a chemistry. So a couple of things confluence that I've picked up Enthusiasm momentum and this is the best for the Washington this is like the old bitcoin. We seventeen when bitcoin was hot. And you can watch it every day and it was fun. That's Tesla's stock today. I don't know what that means for the company but I'm having a hell of a time just watching this stuff happened absolutely and I think I think another statistic I would use on this front. Which would take into account allow this news which is the percentage of Tesla's shares held by institutions? Actually pretty low. I it's fifty five percent. Suit is a COP apple obviously pretty well known company at sixty three percent right and in many cases those institutions held for a long time so Tesla's largest shareholder baillie Gifford. We interviewed a Charles Plowden. Who HEADS UP THE PRIVATE MARKETS? Investing at Baillie Gifford for extra credit last year and they've been the company for more than a decade of our call and part of what I think the magic is for Tesla is you have this base of very long-term acid holders who believe in the company and have been holding a long period of time. And then you have this controversy in the retail market of people. Saying we'll do. Do I see two thousand going even higher right? And so the the debate between long and short ends up driving so much attention to the shares. That it's the dinner party stock conversation that you're hearing on. God's a bit of a carnival atmosphere to it you know Elon. Musk And grinds Elon. Musk and Joe Rogan Elon. Musk and this and that I mean he's become a celebrity in such a way that it's rare to see and the ruggedly buttoned up world of business. I mean I mean not to bring up. We were just you know owners Lee. Belykh Adam Newman had a touch of the celebrity to him in the semi that you must does. Though a fraction of what you Llaneras and normally we see people when they become wealthy and powerful retreat into their shells but like the Google founders. And how they kind of step back from the public light incrementally and now entirely from their company. Ilan doesn't give it you know dealing with throw. A rocket is truck and shutters. Window will just do it again. I mean talk a bow different. And that's that's the that's entertainment on a more serious note before we go to any One other thing we didn't touch on that could be driving enthusiasm. Sentiment and share price. Surges is Tesla's solar panel stuff. And I say stop because I'm reading today. That the solar roof that they brought out years ago and never really. Kinda put on the market is ramping up. And so we're seeing Tesla differentiate not in the automotive space but also outside of that in the in the ultrasound generation and storage space which some people believe could be a huge growth opportunity for the company. And I don't know how you feel about Ciller but I think that's probably true I think is probably the economics have gotten a better for solar and I again. I I think the magic of the share today is do you believe in each of the expansion opportunities for each of these different business lines and I think I think when you let me give you a comparison. Bordier a Canadian company who used to make snow. Mobiles expanded into planes trains jets and all kinds of other categories over the last couple years just this morning announced it was selling off its trained business to Allston French large Train manufacturer and really it was a story. overexpansion right. Here's a company that sort of got out of what it knew what to do. It got into jets trains and get it all these different spaces and so the question is do you believe in the musk magid. I mean that's sort of the bet that everyone has to believe in which is look. It's not just going from model to model three. It's not just going to cyber track. Meets still car at the end of day. Now you're getting into solar panels. Now you're getting into battery construction for not just homes but also at like a nation state scale kind of battery technology and I all. These are just technical. Risk that up like every single one of these is a completely new product. So I think you know. That's the bet that everyone has to make and that's why it's so exciting. Yeah Yeah Yeah. I totally agree with that but the all throughout there is that incomes tesla. It feels less of a musk better than it used to be. Because the company no longer bleeds so much cash at once. You stop bleeding. Cash and can begin to generate material consistent operating cash flow and free cash flow and more strict metric. You're willing Rome destiny and you have more space to make mistakes before it. Always only Tesla was on a tightrope if they missed this launch. That factory blew up. That tech. Didn't sell whatever that was. GonNa be the end of the company. They made a series of all. In bets of your poker player. Was My impression watching the company for years now with trailing operating cash flow positively and free casual Timothy. The company's kind of okay generated over the last four quarters over a billion dollars in free cash flow and just I believe did a placement of shares for a couple of billion at very high share price which is super smart. You know getting anymore taught so you know the first thing that we learned on this show was Jason Lincoln telling us that Elon. Musk is better at raising money than anyone else in the history of the world. He's that he's able to go out there and get cash and here again. He's doing it twice once running the company last and two from the share price surge. So Tesla is in the best shape it's ever been. I don't know if it's worth nine hundred twenty dollars. But the days of four twentieth funding secured certainly are behind us. And Danny. I'll give you the last word. I think the thing to pay attention to again as I think mosques the magic here but it goes beyond that I I do think marketing if you look at GM Ford you know. The large automobile manufacturers a huge part of their cost structure is marketing right. Like the amount of money you see it when you watch The Super Bowl. You'll see this when you watch different kinds of sports games. There's massive marketing budgets to push cars off the dealership at Tesla. Has this magic with a person who basically gets free advertising every single day on the business pages on the front cover of magazines or seeing must. You're seeing Tesla. All that is free business and so again you have cool cars. You have great marketing. You're not paying for any of it. You have free cash flow. It's clearly a more stable coming in. There was a couple of years ago. And there's this huge kind of expansion opportunities on the horizon coming up. You know that all up together I understand the lungs. I also understand the shorts but I guess we'll sort of see where it all comes together in the next couple weeks. Yeah and by the good call on the importance of free marketing. For Tesla as we're sitting here squeezing an extra equity episode just fine on Tesla because we found so entertaining so it's not nefarious per se is just if you care about financial markets and companies and growth. You can't not be watching

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"ciller" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"ciller" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Order to be sleepy Joe by now I don't think so there you have it my friends greetings Sebastian go okay this is America first on the Salem radio network in the what was that that was one minute and ten seconds we have everything summarize for us but the forty fifth president we let states vats why there is an impeachment could occurring right now on Capitol Hill that's why for the fourth time ever in the history of our Republic trying to remove a duly elected president from his position in the White House Donald Trump defeated the bush clan he defeated the Clintons you heard that she is in that stadium in Louisiana yesterday and then the Obama group that's why he must be removed because he's a threat to both sides of the political spectrum why because they are no longer political parties in representing maybe cold representatives they may be the fancy ones maybe colds sedatives but they don't represent you there's a handful of them maybe twelve you know who they are the freedom caucus members a couple of senators and that's it only those take their position seriously the rest of it to scratch each other's backs and to basically betrayed the wish of the American people it's about their monopoly on power what what is the latest version of the impeachment crime it truly is an impeachment searching for a crime first it was a Russian collusion that was obstruction of justice than it was quid pro quo but nobody could spell that and then it became extortion and bribery and today ciller civil it's tweets the president treats of the problem going to be impeached the Democrats believe because of things he says on social media things they deem to be.

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Pete Davidson and Margaret Qualley Hold Hands During Romantic Venice Trip

Who? Weekly

02:28 min | 3 years ago

Pete Davidson and Margaret Qualley Hold Hands During Romantic Venice Trip

"Of t. Davidson was seen with his rumored girlfriend actress margaret quality of the film festival. It's like p davidson was seen with his rumored girlfriend. Andie macdowell daughter autre margaret qualley exactly at the venice film festival las. That's what's happening and then it's like. The first line is he. Is daddy margaret qualley steady that is we've talked about her before yes she's like up and coming congratulations on being quentin tarantino who we that's kind of fantast. Go go to young to really appreciate that now. You're not good not your feet or prominently featured in the movie. They're very a prominent. Unfortunately unfortunately i didn't like that well. I grew up dancing. I was really. I know it'd be very hard on your feet and toes are very mangled. She's beautiful. She's an it girl. She was in once upon a time. I'm in hollywood. She hitchhiked the entire visha. Just hitch hikes she dated wilford middle but not to be confused with the other wolf and which one is now off network was the guy bike like paper trees paper plane that wolf paper sitting at a terrier no. That's the other wolf damn it wasn't that the other wolf which wolf i i literally can't tell the wolves apart look the civil feathers are difficult day are one has a birthmark and then the other one doesn't have a birthmark that wolf was paper towns okay and wolf okay justin wolf. Jeremy's brother pat pat alex wolff. Alex wolff was dotted. Gotta gotta gotta gotta gotta that but they both were in the naked. Brothers bent brothers and they both look the same except alex wolff has the birthmark. That's what i said. Okay okay anyway. Margaret quality is now dating pete davidson and everyone's freaking out because because we have thought about pete davidson awhile but we've been thinking about a lot lately because he's been doing stand up. That's bad and he's like. I don't like anyone having phones ever since he was like in the news nonstop pete there's like a trickle off effect where people still report on him even though he doesn't deserve it and like he's not doing anything until right. Now i think they knew that it wasn't going to be long until he did something so they were always like keeping up with him and then he's dating mark wally or he's being seen with mark quality like whatever we did get an exclusive paparazzi shot from one of our friends meaning took a photo of them together so they not holding hands but walking down the street ciller but them being spotted together by our friend outside of this like event that

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Why impaired boating includes basically everything now

The Big Story

13:34 min | 3 years ago

Why impaired boating includes basically everything now

"The differently questions I'm about to ask our silly but the reason I'm asking them will become clear during today's episode so have you ever had a beer while paddling a canoe what about drinking and a Kayak what about cracking a cold one while lounging in your nearest lake on an inflatable mattress for those of US lucky enough to have cottages or cabins and that's kind of a summer weekend ritual and although you know by now or at least you really should you can't operate a motorboat after having a couple. A canoe is different right or at the very least a floating lounger certainly is right. Maybe right now it depends on the cops and the courts the judge a recent conviction that came about after a tragedy has now opened the door for just about anything involving watercraft and alcohol from canoes is to those loungers two pool noodles technically and yes an impaired boating conviction will cost you your driver's license and leave you with a permanent criminal record so yeah was questions not so silly anymore Jordan Keith Rawlings. This is the big story week. One of our Friday cottage in-cabin Specials Ryan Platt is an Ottawa based reporter with the National Post Brian. Hello why don't you start by <hes> just telling me because I hadn't seen it until the ruling came down the story of David Cillers and how all this began so this started in April twenty seventeen it was was originally a police call just about somebody who seemed to be in distress on a freeway ramp in Ontario's cottage country so it's near <unk> brace bridge in the Muskoka region of Ontario and when the police arrived the sky was shivering cold hold and he had no shoes on and he was soaking wet. It was just barely above zero that day and what eventually the police figured out from talking to him was he had been out on a canoe in the river. The canoe had tipped and a boy a young boy eight years old had been <hes> carried away on the river and they were very close to a waterfall and he went over as it turned out he went over the waterfall so the police quickly conducted a search found the young boy who was who was already dead in the water by that point and the police then turn to the question of intoxication breathalysed David Sellers who was thirty seven years old at the time he was over the legal limit and so he was charged with impaired operation of a vessel Russell and this ended up becoming the first case ever to go to court <hes> at least that anybody can find in any court records is the first ever time cases gone to court to test whether a canoe counts as a vessel in our impaired driving laws because doesn't tell this boats have counted on impaired driving laws since the nineteen sixty one but until this point had all been motorized boats powerboats and things like that this was the first time that edit ever been tried on a canoe and so the judge had to rule on whether canoe who counted and he ultimately ruled yes so tell me <hes> how the police have traditionally dealt with incidents like these if this had never been tested in court until now I think it really depends on the police force in the part of the country but in Ontario for whatever reason. Season Ontario police have been more likely this includes both the Ontario provincial police and I believe also the regional police forces in the G._T._A.. The Greater Toronto area so the Peel region police and I think even the Toronto Police have also taken in the stands but especially the Ontario provincial police who patrol cottage country and much of the Great Lakes areas and a lot of waterfronts in Ontario have long taken the stance that because vessel is not defined in the criminal code which the whole issue here. It's just been a unclear term for the decades that it's been in the criminal code. Ontario provincial police have long taken the view that canoes and Kayaks and paddleboats all count as a vessel but prosecute prosecute so then they have laid charges before we know I talked to <hes> -Tario police <hes> marine unit coordinator so in in coordinates a lot of the marine enforcement activities that they do. He said he knows that they charged three people who in twenty eleven but the prosecutors withdrew the charges because they didn't think there was a reasonable chance of conviction in court so basically police have been trying to make this happen for a while but prosecutors felt that they didn't have a very good chance of a conviction court in some ways. I think they he may have been waiting for the right case to come along because if you're looking to set a legal precedent you want what's called a good set of facts and so a case where an eight year old boy died because the person operating the canoe with him <hes> was intoxicated. That's the kind of case I think prosecutors decided this is a serious enough case that we're willing to take it to court so what had to happen. <hes> in the months between when the police investigated and decided to lay the charges and until it came in front of a judge for a ruling what was interesting was there was a parliamentary bill that was being debated kind of alongside this as a criminal case was was playing out in fact so Cillers was charged in April twenty seventeen and it was in April two thousand seventeen at the same time the government introduced an impaired driving bill bill c forty six this hiding of the bill was totally coincidental. It was actually meant to coincide with the introduction of their bill to legalize marijuana so the same time the government legalizing marijuana it wanted to make sure that it was taking public safety very seriously so it introduced an impaired driving bill to go with it but what's interesting is that the bill c forty six contained all kinds of changes to impaired driving laws including to allow police to start checking for marijuana at the side of the road but it also looked to fix up a bunch of areas of the law and one of the areas that it looked to fix up. Was this long-standing issue that there's no definition of what a vessel is so at the same time that you had this precedent setting in case potentially coming forward to court because prosecutors had decided to go forward with charges against Mister Solarz you had parliament with a bill where the Justice Department was proposing. They said they're information was that prosecutors. Don't go forward with this charge in so they were proposing to clarify the definition of vessel to say doesn't count as anything that's powered exclusively by muscle power which is basically to say that if you're just paddling you're not counted impaired driving loss so so you had this bill that was going to clear up this point at the same time that this case had just been started in M._p.'s were ultimately convinced. This was about six months later they there was protests. They heard about this case for one thing. which I do think played a role they also so how protests from safe boating advocates sane? We are are mass GINA's at any. If you're intoxicated you shouldn't go out on the water and so this bills a problem for us. If you're saying paddlers don't count M._p.'s were convinced by that. They took that clause. <unk> out of the bill and so the part that would have cleared up what a vessel council has was taken out of the bill and so the definition remained bag which meant the judge had to rule on it and so what did the judge rule uh specifically the judge it. There's an inch so there there was a separate ruling on this aspect of the case it came out in November twenty eighteen and the judge had to hid invited arguments for both sides from the crown about why canoe should counting are impaired driving laws and from the the defense about why it shouldn't and the judge had to because like it's just has vessels in the criminal code. It doesn't say what a vessel is and so the judge had to look through dictionary definitions through legal definitions from from other countries and the two things though that I think were the most <hes> influential in the judge is thinking was Howard vessels treated in other law laws in Canada so not the criminal code but like marine regulations said <hes> are based on <hes> customs regulations and things like that and also what happened at parliament because parliament the M._p.'s had the chance to remove paddling and chose not to and so based on those two factors the the judge ruled that essentially if you can use it to navigate on a waterway it's a vessel and <hes> so that would mean canoes count and it would also potentially include a lot of other things but particularly uh-huh kayaks and rowboats and things like that so that was a separate ruling and the trial had still not completed then which back came recently exactly so the crux of this is that slurs was charged with basically really two types of offenses the four charges and total but the two types of offenses were impaired driving offenses and then a criminal negligence causing death charge and so if the judge had ruled that canoes don't count the criminal negligence the charge would have gone forward but the other charges couldn't have because they were impaired driving offenses he ended up getting convicted of all four and so when this was being debated in parliament and justice officials were explaining why they were going to paneling out of impaired. We're driving charges. They said our understanding is that prosecutors. Don't use these charges anyway but even so at criminal negligence. Herge is is seems like the appropriate charge to us in a case where somebody is intoxicated about and causes either bodily godly harm or death the thing about an a negligent criminal negligence charge is that it there's a high burden on the crown to prove it. They have to prove that somebody was acting not just carelessly but in a marked departure from how a reasonable person person would act in those circumstances and recklessly endangered somebody's life and so it's not just carelessness. It's criminal action and in this case of course they were I think based on following the case they were easily easily able able to meet that threshold to say that he acted in a criminally negligent way and that's why this eight year old boy died the impaired driving charge though which he was also convicted of it's much easier for prosecutors to get that conviction because it it's the act it's not whether you endanger somebody's life or not it's it's actually simply the act of paddling while you're drunk or stoned that becomes illegal and once they've got the breathalyzer tests and they can show you were indeed paddling or controlling the canoe in any way. You're basically cooked. That is the illegal act right there unless you can find some kind of procedural error which defense lawyers are very good at doing but it is the reason why this is. I think an interesting legal conundrum is because impaired driving laws are extremely serious laws and have gotten it seems like almost every year governments are are increasing the penalties around them but they're meant. They're designed for motorized vehicles. That's why they're so serious because they endanger the public and so now if you have this applied to paddlers. Are we really saying that you are guilty of this very very serious criminal offence just for paddling we'll in there are mandatory minimums. I mean maybe not specifically but acceptable mandatory minimums minimums for any <hes> impaired driving conviction right Yup. It's <hes> so there's a judge's only have a certain amount of discretion under these laws because there are mandatory minimums and and having you know report a lot on the justice system in Ottawa and and <hes> you know legislation that would amend the Criminal Code. I personally don't believe that mandatory minimums unimpaired driving are ever going away. I think that this is one of the mandatory minimums that the government will always keep and and so it's a mandatory minimum fine for if it's just a basic I defense and you're driving of it's at least a thousand dollars. It might even be more than that. That's on a first offense on the second offense you quickly get into mandatory jail time and of course if there's any kind of bodily harm or death involved then jail time is almost given but this is the thing about impaired driving is that you don't even have to hurt anybody. If you get caught doing it. That's the criminal offense and so we now in the situation where even just paddling Adalina canoe or Kayak or almost anything else that you can use on the water you are subject to all these these mandatory minimum sentences and you don't even have to have heard anybody and so given the conviction and given the fluid the definition of vessel. What does this precedent actually opened the door for because I know I know paddlers and you could make a case for canoeing with children or row boating with children and putting people at serious risk of bodily harm but there are all sorts of other other vessels out there that I would have never imagined counting under this law yes and so the first thing that needs to be said here is that this was a decision of Ontario called the Ontario Court of Justice so it's the Lower Court Ontario okay with means it's not it's not a binding finding decision on other courts that doesn't Happen Front for the province of Ontario until it goes to a higher court such as the Ontario Court of Appeal and it wouldn't happen even for it wouldn't be binding on other provinces until the Supreme Court of Canada ruled on it so we may eventually get to that point but at this point a if a case comes to a different judge that judges

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Rare total solar eclipse in Chile

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

02:01 min | 3 years ago

Rare total solar eclipse in Chile

"Chile and argentina of just experienced a spectacular sunsets solar eclipse and from astronomical point of view who's even better with a passive ted tallahassee crossing almost directly above the european southern observatory ciller observatory in chile and it also passed close to the central bona series in argentina a solar eclipse occurs when he passes through a shadow cast by the moon which fully partially blocks or cults the sun this only happened when the sun moon as nearly aligned on the straight line in three dimensions joining in human when the moon is close to clip diko plane ecliptic if the plane upon which the us it's the sun you other important thing is that right now in our solar system history some distance from us is that four hundred times the moon's distance from us and the sons diameter just happens to be four hundred times that the moon because these ratios are approximately the same the sun and the moon a scene from a paid be approximately the same size about half a degree of a in a measure in a total eclipse the disc of the sun is fully obscured by the moon of course if the moon were in a perfectly secular robust end on the same overlook plan is yes then they'd be total solar eclipse this every new moon however since the millions over these tilted mold and five degrees today us open around the sun chadha usually mrs yes the thing is it the moon's orbit around the earth is also slot elliptical so its distance from there is an because of its orbit around the sun is also the nickel its distance from the sun similarly ferry throughout the year now this affects their parents as the sun in the same way but not as much as it does the moon's wearing distance from the f when the mood approaches effigy it's the distance from the earth and of course that happened this month a total eclipse some more likely whereas conditions favor in an uber eclipse when earth approaches parrot you closest distance to the sun you know january what this means is that the good citizens of argentina and chile wherever the sit back relax and enjoy an evening

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"ciller" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"ciller" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Shot. Thirty minutes after three o'clock come back with Peter Rohan Ray musicians bands, Dan, this Saturday. Johm art. I. Open. All. We'll be right back to the Richard E show voice of Santa Fe gear on KTAR. See Santa Fe's news, talk leader. Most unique shopping, the code was so. On June twenty second and twenty third Ciller trade with over one hundred vendors amazing collectibles, they are stores behold, west memorabilia. In native American artifacts, antique firearms or jewelry, art, books and more. One million dollars across the book of the live auction Saturday night. Kony old west show, auction dot com for information. How can two men remained friends when one wins the heart of the woman that they both love the friendship faces the test in this revival of the Santa Fe. Opera stunning twenty twelve production of the Pearl fishers. Both men have announced their love of Leila to save their friendship per return soon. Traps them again in the snares of love. And now they must make a choice. For tickets or more information is absent upper dot org, you'll see you at the. Come on. Chocolates. Steve..

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"ciller" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"ciller" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"We gonna play a little game called facts. Only to truth. One lobby three statements two of them are real. One of them is fake news. Guess which when it's fake, we don't give a little any. And this is the CC addition. I go I hear CC has been stabbed. Confidence. So I believe in little bit. Number two CC has three tattoos. And the third, the third one is ceecee is guilty of hit and run. I can't make this up. I've known see for like over fifteen years. And I will say all of those are truth. To who has been stabbed. That's one CC is guilty of a hidden run and CC has three tattoos. Eight eight five five nine. We'll have tickets to the fifty K charity challenge Ciller, celebrity basketball games hosted by DJ valley. Foul. Team gronk and tie performance at halftime eight five two one five nine which one of those is fake. I love cucumber tattoo. One right there. Ero. All. You got that come to an old England..

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"ciller" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"ciller" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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"ciller" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"ciller" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Michael Bennett, indeed used by over three million businesses for hiring where business owners and HR professionals can post job openings with screener questions, then sort review and communicate with candidates from an online dashboard. Learn more than d dot com slash higher. Sponsored by spot. Lincoln cooperated. Stocks disgust gills gay or not in any way, recommendation, more solicitation by Ciller, hold if considering acting information presented we I recommend you. Seek out competent licensed professional advice. Give with a radio show. That tells you wall Sweden doesn't want you to know. Aged your daily dose of how to manage your money. And now it's time for Tuesday on the Wall Street radio network with your host Bill brandy. Doc market has come roaring back. Twenty nine hundred big day on Wall Street. They're all time. Highs on fire. It's also the eighty first record under President Trump is seemed like an unstoppable run on fire. Stellar first quarter earnings.

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The Parker solar probe passed within fifteen million miles of Sun

SPACE NEWS POD

03:37 min | 3 years ago

The Parker solar probe passed within fifteen million miles of Sun

"I'm going to be talking about Nasice Parker solar pro which his just completed its second close approach to the sun. Now, the solar probe them Parker Stiller probe it's orbiting the sun in its gathering data. So we can learn more about what the sun is all about in our closest star. And we want to know how the thing functions. So on April fourth twenty nineteen this year. The Parker solar probe passed within fifteen million miles of sun. And the Parker Ciller probe was traveling around two hundred thirteen thousand miles per hour when it was doing this. It's really fast. The Parker solar probe mission team at John Hopkins applied physics laboratory or the AP L. In laurel Maryland scheduled a contact with the spacecraft via the deep space network for four hours around the period helium in monitor the health of the space craft throughout this critical part of the encounter in the Parker solar probes sent back beacon status say throughout its second period. Healy on which is indicating that the spacecraft is operating well and all instruments are collecting scientific data and the space craft while it's working as it's designed. And it was awesome. That they got the track at during this entire period. Helium and they're looking forward to getting the science data down from this counter in the coming weeks. So the science teams can continue to explore the mysteries of the corona in the sun. So this thing is orbiting the sun amazing amazing speeds and during that time is a network of satellites that sending the data back to earth source. Son is around ninety three million. Miles away. Which is you know, that's one eight you and the solar encounter phase is roughly defined as when the space craft is within point two five us or twenty three about twenty three and a half million miles away from the sun. So it's not like it's not close to the sun. It's not really it's not studying it a close range. But that's as close as anything's ever come to the sun. This man made this is the first mission that we've ever sent to the sun. That's this close to it. That's actually taking data from it. And it's going to take a little while for this data to come back. It'll take months and months to sift through the data that this probe has sent back to earth. So we're not going to really get any juicy details from this thing for a little while. But until then this is going to continue orbiting and it'll continue doing its mission and sending data back to earth. And when I said it was going ridiculously fast for it's going. Two hundred thirteen ish thousand miles per hour. It's fast enough to fly around the earth. One hundred times in one hour. How far can you go into our in a car about sixty miles? So going around the earth one hundred times with an hour. It's going really really fast in the first solar encounter occurred last year in the probe is plan to steadily approached the sun until its final passing and twenty twenty four where we'll be only three point eight million miles from the star surface in once this whole mission is completed in once the Parker solar probe is done. They will plummet the probe into the sun. It'll burn up and it will have done mission. And we can all say goodbye, but we can get the data from it before it does that we can have some amazing data at our son about our closest star.

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"ciller" Discussed on Podcasts � Love

Podcasts � Love

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"ciller" Discussed on Podcasts � Love

"We can just make some ginger tea or vote in the soup, and that can help break the circular mind pattern by feeling our body feeling that expansion combining that with some deep breathing and taking pause shifting our mood in a different way. There's all these tools that we can actually utilize can look at food in a much more holistic way, we can look at our lifestyle. Supporting other parts of it, and we can really just feel better across the board. And again as they say it again when we feel really feel better. We're connected to ourselves. We tend to look better too. Which is sort of the ironic part of this. It does not to be so hard and arduous. We can actually feel more east and we get better results. Oh, that's absolutely true. Let me ask you this Kimberly. This is you know, it it is all about this perfectly imperfect life end. So what would you say is the biggest thing that you want people to know when working with this book? What is it that you want to be like the ultimate takeaway for them? Because I know that you know, you've had a big influence on a lot of really big names. You know, Reese, Witherspoon drew Barrymore and Ciller Fergie you've had so many people who have learned a lot about nutrition from the really approachable way that you present them. So if just for like us every day folks out here, what would be the really big takeaway, you want all of us to get from you can work because it's really different than your other books. Yes. And I will say that every client I've ever worked with some of my of the the newer clients. Now that you know, Jessica Alba and the Margot Robbie and all the people that are really in the spotlight. It is never just been nutrition. It is always been this approach, which is really cool to bring that out into the into the public space is the philosophy is the perspective shifting mentality. Right. So it's sitting with them talking with them doing Rakia and healing yoga and meditation. There's it's always been everything with my clients. It's never ever just been food..

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NASA ScienceCast 290: Big Questions About Small Worlds

NASA ScienceCasts

04:55 min | 3 years ago

NASA ScienceCast 290: Big Questions About Small Worlds

"Big questions about small worlds. Presented by science at Manson. Scientists who studied the solar system tend to ask big questions. How was our solar system formed where did the building blocks of life come from what hazards from above threaten life on our planet to find answers? They're looking more and more at small worlds, what are small worlds asteroids for sure comets to also the many small satellites or moons that orbit large planets as well as the icy world at the distance of Pluto and beyond some have combined only to be broken apart later by collisions and tidal forces others have gone largely untouched since the dawn of the solar system, some carry water and organic compounds others are almost entirely composed of metal and all hold keys to questions about our solar system and the origin of life on earth. Doctor Adriana oh compo program executive for Nasr's new horizons. Mission says water is key to life as we know it learning where water is found in our solar system provides pieces to the puzzle of understanding the origins of life new horizons. Recently surprised us by discovering a large abundance of water ice at Pluto. More surprises are in store as new horizons transmits the data from its January first twenty nineteen fly by of the Kuyper belt object, twenty fourteen m you sixty nine back to earth small world can be found in a wide range of locations across the solar system from the inner Ciller system all the way out to the Kuyper belt when they are studied together these remnants of the early solar system can help tell the story of solar system formation. Dawn recently completed a mission to the main asteroid belt visiting the doors planet series and the belt's largest asteroid Vesta. Cyrus? Rex has arrived at Benue a near earth asteroid about sixteen hundred fifty feet or five hundred meters across and will return to earth in twenty twenty three with a sample. So scientists can begin to understand been whose origin and history. The Lucy mission will be traveling to six Trojan asteroids trapped in the orbit of Jupiter. These objects are the only remaining unexplored population of small worlds in the solar system. The psyche mission will be visiting a metal object in the main asteroid belt that could be the remnant core of a proto planet similar in size to Vesta. While Villa's missions traveled to their individual targets. Neil wise. A re purpose space telescope in lieu earth orbit has made infrared measurements of hundreds of near earth objects, and tens of thousands of other small worlds in the solar system. These diverse worlds offer insights into how our solar system formed and evolved. Doctor Tom statler planetary science program. Scientists at NASA headquarters notes, this is not your grandparents solar system and things are not as orderly as we once believed the data we've gleaned from these objects. So far have changed the way we think about the origin of the planets, for example, the small world in the Khyber built are leading us to think that you're in and Neptune formed much closer to the sun than where they reside. Now, then gradually moved to their current orbits the biggest misperception about small worlds their distance to each. Other statler explains in the movies. They always show an asteroid belt with millions of rocks almost touching each other. Whereas in reality there is much more empty space. You have to travel hundreds of thousands of miles to get from one asteroid to another yet. Scientists are also looking closer to home determining the orbits and physical characteristics of objects that might impact earth is critical to understanding the consequences of any such impact and responding to an actual impact threat. If one is ever discovered NASA knows of no asteroid or comet currently on a collision course with earth. But to prepare for that scenario NASA is developing the double asteroid redirection tests or dark mission as the first demonstration of the Connecticut impact technique that could be used to change the motion of a hazardous asteroid away from earth. For more big stories about our solar system and how small worlds are yielding big answers. Visit science dot NASA dot gov.

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"ciller" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"ciller" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Wait. Why isn't that working man? Still can't say that. Well. Wait. I can't say it either. Both. One or two point five the bone talking about pretty much whatever we want now back to the cat named Moshe. Oh, how the issue still on this management? Not listen on the weekends. All right. We are back live at central ebor, hyper eight it's the Gasparilla parade, right? Gaspar? Yes, it's the. Go night parade all part of Gasparilla pin? Chasers has had out here for six consecutive years and for six consecutive years. I've said, yeah. All right on the flight with you for sure and then hauled asset right at six oh to dissipate the same thing happening this year. But you never know. 'cause the weather. Sure is great for a afraid. Why does taste this fall for it? Every year. But we are out here in central central or there's more TV you can actually get your photograph taken with the bona fide real life. Mermaid Leo, I think mermen are vastly underrepresented. It's valid point mermen. Don't get enough run. It's all mermaids little mermaid, etc worthy. The Merman is banned. Oh, man. Who they learned to the rocks for that song? Zealander where he's like. Oh, yeah. That's right. That Ciller can you have sex with can can can. Can one have sex. Made. This up. There's there's nothing going no-brainer that even they can't right? No, no. Well, we don't know.

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"ciller" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"ciller" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"So I'm gonna call a bit of an audible here. Of course, you knew that was coming. Yeah. We're going to do by Ciller hold and we come back. We are going to the audience loves it. But here's what we're gonna do. And Aaron if you had some good ones from the audience that they tweeted to save them for next week. Okay. Okay. We're gonna do is. I'm going to look at the the threat on our Facebook page. I kind of started getting into it a little bit and a couple of comments all ready set me off. So here's going to do during the break. I'm going to I'm gonna grab some of the comments on our Facebook wall. And I'm gonna share them with you too. And you guys are gonna tell us if you buy it sell it, or if you're gonna hold on what people are saying about the speech last night on our Facebook page. Here's the thing. I understand if you're like state of the union speech is never matter. Anyway, I agree. They usually don't matter. But you know, what they usually don't touch on the themes. We heard last night. Yes. They they usually are in. There was some of this your laundry list of policies that are never going to happen. Anyway, as you just check the box to justify every department your funding. Okay. But in rare form like I thought the state of union speech that George W Bush gave after nine eleven for example. It is rare that we are we we are hearing these themes. It would have been very easy for the president last night and justifiable by the way for him to just stick to the message of the economy as great and look at all the things I did to make it what it is right now compared to the other guy, and there was some of that. And that would have been political malpractice if he had not done that by the way, he was right to do that. But he went to some places that if I were right in the speech. I'd had the guy was right in forego. And I think that's that's those are the places where I think the real winning is. That's that's where we're going beyond owning the lips. Now. Now now now we are. Now, we're talking about winning the next generation. You've heard me say for many years, Democrats, we were about winning elections there about winning the next generation. Now, we're talking about real generational warfare. If we're going to go to these places. So I would as a famous man what said keep them off. I I would like to keep some of the themes some of those existential themes, I'd like to keep them going as much as we can in the platform that we have. So we're going to go through some of the comments on our Facebook page when we come back, and we're gonna play by southern hold with our audiences thoughts on the speech and U2.. We'll play this time. He has ready to that have Slough. We'll do that. We come back. You're next live and on demand on the blaze state-owned..

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"ciller" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"ciller" Discussed on Recode Decode

"Your guests. We're here with gene case her new book is called fearless, gene. You have five principles. Why don't you talk about you decided to write this book because because I think people ever have ideas, and they now to get started totally our research validated. The Ciller run through them quickly with you. The first is make a big bet. And we like to say make a big bet and make history. The ideas don't aim for incremental change. Now, you will take in criminal steps getting your big bet. But everybody that's broken through started with a much bigger idea. Right. The second is take risks people d- if trying something new you're taking risks. There's no way to try something new without taking risks. But I try to go into detail in the book, particularly in that part about understanding your own risk tolerance. Understanding the risk tolerance of people who've taken other successful things forward. And I encourage people to think about risk-taking or is are in d trial and error, which then leads into the third principle. Let me just get people aren't trained to be risk-takers. They. Are not. In fact, our brains of anything are wired to really give us big caution lights against risk. And you know, that's important, right? Because when we started life here on the planet whenever back one our brains were telling us to flee or ride or low down on the totem pole. Yeah. Exactly. I mean, we had stuff things coming after us. Right. But today, unfortunately, a lot of that sort of, you know, guarding risk still very much in our DNA. And I think one of the things that I recommend is, you know, really think about what is the risk of not taking the Rhys because our brains always go first to all the problems taking the rest, we sometimes don't give enough thought to if I don't take the risk. What happens then and for some people that answer will be a reason to take the risks. Right. Jeff basis. I put this in be fareless in the book. Jeff Bezos said when he was thinking about quitting his Wall Street job, and you show. Yeah. And starting Amazon he said the one thing I knew was that when I was eighty. You know, I wasn't going to be thinking about my quarterly bonus. But I would think if I had passed up on the greatest opportunity revolution in my lifetime. And not been part of it. I could never forgive myself. And that gave him sort of the extra boldness to start him. Sorry. Okay. So that's take responsible. The next is make failure matter. Obviously if you're out there taking Rhys, it is trial and error. It is on the air part is often forgot, but you know, most success stories have failure story along the way. And I have a chapter in there called fail in the footsteps of giants. And I talk about how Oprah was told fired from a news program until she just.

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"ciller" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"ciller" Discussed on Recode Decode

"Guests. We're here with gene case her new book is called fearless, gene. You have five principles. Why don't you talk about you decided to write this book because because I think people ever have ideas, and they now to get started totally our research validated. The Ciller run through them quickly with you. The first is make a big bet. And we like to say make a big bet and make history. The ideas don't aim for incremental change. Now, you will take in criminal steps getting your big bet. But everybody that's broken through started with a much bigger idea. Right. The second is take risks people d- if trying something new you're taking risks. There's no way to try something new without taking risks. But I try to go into detail in the book, particularly in that part about understanding your own risk tolerance. Understanding the risk tolerance of people who've taken other successful things forward and encourage people to think about risk-taking or is are in d trial and error, which then leads into the third principle. Let me just get people aren't trained to be risk-takers. They. Are not. In fact, our brains of anything are wired to really give us big caution lights against risk. And you know, that's important, right? Because when we started life here on the planet whenever back one, our brains were telling us to flee or right or or low down on the totem pole. Yeah. Exactly. I mean, we had stuff things coming after us. Right. But today, unfortunately, a lot of that sort of, you know, guardians risk is still very much our DNA. And I think one of the things that I recommend is, you know, really think about what is the risk of not taking the Rhys because our brains always go first to all the problems taking the rest, we sometimes don't give enough thought to if I don't take the risk. What happens then and for some people that answer will be a reason to take the risks. Right. Jeff as I put this in be fearless in the book. Jeff Bezos said when he was thinking about quitting his Wall Street job, and you show. Yeah. And starting Amazon he said the one thing I knew was that when I was eighty. You know, I wasn't going to be thinking about my quarterly bonus. But I would think if I had passed up on the greatest opportunity revolution in my lifetime. And not been part of it. I could never forgive myself. And that gave him sort of the extra boldness to start him. Sorry. Okay..

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"ciller" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

The Crypto Street Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"ciller" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

"So I couldn't really tell you. But basically, it's like I think it's like really like lightweight privacy focus transaction. So. It's be like kind of similar to. I hope I don't get rid for saying like Ciller like MO narrow or something like ROY. You know, it's like an anonymous coin like, I don't think there's a free mind. I don't think there's like a founders reward. But there is like inflation. I it's pretty crazy like. San linear emission rate or something here in the end, there's infinite so like, it'll just never stopped. So I don't personally I've not I'm not even touching any of these coins. That have come out in the last month because. That doesn't seem like something that that seems like Z cash almost you know, like, yeah thing is there's so much hype. I mean people I think it comes back to people being bored on Twitter like knowing really knowing really gives a shit about grin. But it's the hot thing to talk shit about right now. So everyone's like on like, there's just so many so many miners and so much hype on these on these newer coins. Like, you go look at coins like like bismuth or or something that it's a preview, and you could see the hash rate in the last month just like drop off switching their eggs over. So that's why I'm looking kinda the older coins. Again. Some business. I love. Yeah. About crypto Pius getting hacked because market. So you ought to be interesting to see what they do. That's tough. You know, the Tope you because there's so many coins. Now that was like, you know, shit coin central, and it was a pretty good spot trade. And now there's a lot of shit clans with no homes. Yeah. I ended it's getting fissure..

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"ciller" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"ciller" Discussed on CarCast

"They have it there. It's a unique kind of gray Ciller or something like that. Which should be should be kind of interesting to kind of go and see up close and person we've seen all the photos of the Supra and and some angles. I love it. So mangles, I think it's a little a little weird. I kinda wanna see in person and. I keep thinking when I see the photo is that it's kind of entry level the Syon f r s or those, you know, the Subaru beers e but it's not price to entry level. And it's built with with partnership with BMW, which isn't really entry level. So I kind of in the pictures, it's still kinda reminds me of Siahaan f r s and when I see it in person, I really want to just come back and go. It's nicer than I thought or whatever, you know, it does it feel like this. I on or not does it feel like leather interior and everything's nicer. Does it feel like it's a it's a it's more of a special sports cars feel kind of entry level because it it. I don't know why I keep associating the pictures of of the new super with the F R s those are cool cars, but again, kind of entry level we drove it was a little gutless, and you know, kind of plastic he had a little bit of road noise. And you know, you can see where they were. They were they save some dollars. But that's fine. That's that's the market for that car. And I love that car for what it is. Anyway, for me was the. First thing that came to mind for me was the emojis that has the puke coming out of about. Yeah. It's it's definitely got an interesting look to it. I I don't know. It's gonna it's gonna have the legacy of of the previous Supra, and the, you know, the super turbos that we all love and are really starting to pull some money. I think bring a trailer sold one for one hundred twenty one thousand bucks R M. I believe just announced that they've got one going to their Amelia Island auction. So now, we're starting to see these these, you You know. know, pretty interesting. Japanese cars, go up in value. And that's something Adam. And I talked about all the time on on on our podcast, but there's a going up there showing up at more of these high end auction. So it's gonna be it's gonna be interesting. We're gonna get we're gonna get our buddy Eric Keller on the on the line in a minute. He's from expel they make pay protection wraps and clear, bras and window, tint and stuff. And I'll give you a little update on on the BMW some of the damage that was done on my BMW. But I I'm gonna tell you guys about gyco. Everybody's got a to do list. You.

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"ciller" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"ciller" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Me out. I need some advice on this one. Okay. This is bothering me. All right. Right. It's Christmas break Ciller winter break. Right. We're in the new year. We're in two thousand nineteen kids are still out of school. I need my kids to go back to school like yesterday. I need them like out of the house. Okay. They're eating up. I had beef jerky like for breakfast today. I was going to grab a little packet of my beef jerky one hundred calorie V Turkey bag, right? Some carrots and celery six so I would have no carbs this morning. Right right to studio have Turkey. There's this whole bad beef jerky. There was I think I got it at WalMart or something where online where you had multiple little packets because it can get pretty expensive to do that. And you're sitting there, and I go to reach for in a minute. Hurry. And it's. Mike. Kids. Always do this empty cereal box empty potato chip bag empty beef jerky bag just sitting there empty. Meanwhile. I think it's full. Nothing to eat the carrots and celery, and you know, how I am with vegetables. If I have to start my day on vegetables, I'm going to be a raving witch. Right. Okay. So that's my problem today. But here's my thing with the kids. They're eighteen and sixteen. And the talking was doable. I can handle the back talk. Because if I say something, you know, and I'm like, you know, where jacket I don't need to wear a jacket. What I know. You didn't I could get them to back down. That's okay. I do that thing. And it's good. I don't know what I sound like I'm able to get them to stop in their tracks. Like, oh, hell no able to stop. What my kids are starting to figure.

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Police say there's video of alleged Kevin Spacey sexual assault

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:23 sec | 3 years ago

Police say there's video of alleged Kevin Spacey sexual assault

"Said lights out now. Critics are raving about escape it. Dan, Amora the show chronicling the infamous twenty fifteen prison break in upstate New York. That's already up for two Golden Globes, including best actress for Tricia, our cats dramatic transformation into prison worker. Joyce Mitchell and into anything wrong, but the real life. Joyce Mitchell is fighting back at the Showtime series calling director Ben Stiller Aligarh Mitchell, pleaded guilty to helping convicted killer, David sweat, and Richard Matt escape and was sentenced to seven years, please allow me to start. Sorry Mitchell claimed the end makes threatened to kill her husband. If she didn't help them admitting. She smuggled into inside hamburger meat, including hacksaw blades, chisels a punch and a screwdriver that Matt and sweat and used to cut their way through their cell walls. But in the series, then fifty one year old is portrayed as more of a willing co conspirator drawing Mitchell's, I are in a new interview with the New York Post in which she slam Stiller saying he doesn't care about the truth. All he cares about is making millions off me. He's an idiot. Mitchell takes particular exception to how the hit series depicts her having a sexual relationship with both inmates something she and sweat both denied, but Stiller is fighting back defending the series telling deadline. My guideline was to try and tell what I thought happened. She can dispute it, but the reality is she was kicked out of the tailor shop for inappropriate conduct for going in the back room with David sweat. The director told variety how he personally convinced New York governor, Andrew. Cuomo to grant permission to film at the Clinton correctional facility where the events took place, even filming at the actual manhole cover the inmates daringly escape through escape it down and was a real commitment for Ben Stiller as a director he devoted about a year of his life to filming the project in evidently in any of these true life true crime stories, they're going to be people that come and say, no, no, no, that's that's not my version of events. Ciller also said he was trying to tell the story as real and hopefully as entertaining as possible without exploiting, adding it can't be fun to be in prison. So seems like no love lost between those two ABC's. Janai Norman with the story. Some people are calling this next story Christmas day miracle a nine one one dispatcher helped save the life of a one year old child in Florida. The frantic call came in on Christmas day, a one year old had fallen in a pool in central Florida and had no pulse. A neighbor trying to perform CPR. Pump. And he doesn't know. Okay. Just tell him. I need him to lay him fight on his help is on the way. But the Orange County Fire rescue dispatcher waste new time. She starts instructing them on CPR over the phone. I need him to place his hand on his forehead the other hand under the neck and tilt the head back. Forehead and Nathan neck back. Closed and completely covering his mouth with your mouth and blow to. Into the lung moments later, gargling gurgling. Okay. But the boy wasn't in the clear

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Blockbuster store in Bend, Oregon is the last Blockbuster in U.S.

Brooke and Jubal in the Morning

00:55 sec | 4 years ago

Blockbuster store in Bend, Oregon is the last Blockbuster in U.S.

"In america especially blockbuster blockbuster was a store where you could go and rent movies it was kind of like a red box that you can walk inside of how do you fit in there now the company went bankrupt several years ago closing all of its nine thousand stores but believe it or not there are still three remaining blockbuster video locations in the united states already vhs or they've done the blu ray like what are we talking let's be kind rewind ciller actually there were three but blockbuster just announced the closure of two remaining stores in alaska for sure you're gonna say they're opening up another one nope soon there will only be one location left in all of america and that's located in band oregon and the manager.

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Undefeated in their last 14 matches, Boston's Overwatch team is on fire

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

01:24 min | 4 years ago

Undefeated in their last 14 matches, Boston's Overwatch team is on fire

"Okay and they're pounding philly on a day arrest like this is what bella check doesn't football the two best coaches in american pro sports now are in boston was the football coach and one's the hoops coach i i'm not ready to jump ship on philadelphia i'm going to write this off to a young team feeling itself reading this plus press clippings not realizing that the first round of the playoffs is different than the second round the second round is different from the conference finals and the finals are different from the nba finals and so i just don't think the level of intensity i think caught philly off guard boston was more ready i'm gonna wait one more game boston at home playing well they lost all their road games in the previous series against milwaukee i i'm gonna wait one more game before i jumped ship on film a couple of things i think the sixers are still favorite i think there's still in that prime position but what you have and this is the further your point about boston i'm here ciller fan we play doing the trench every time this year for first down into the game we got the ball we go nine yeah yards but it's a penalty now with i i in twenty s at a second and won we beat ourselves new england doesn't that's what boston did boston out executed this philly team who wasn't ready for the.

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