35 Burst results for "Cluding"

UN Chief Urges Israel to Exercise Restraint in East Jerusalem

UN News

01:04 min | 1 year ago

UN Chief Urges Israel to Exercise Restraint in East Jerusalem

"Un chief attorney guitarist has urged maximum restraint from israel amid violent confrontations in east jerusalem between palestinians and israeli security forces the development follows clashes which have been described as some of the worst seen in jerusalem for many years a movement restrictions and possible victims of palestinian families from their homes on sunday. Israeli judges postponed a key. Hearing on the issue that had been scheduled for monday. According to reports some two hundred palestinians and seventeen israeli police were reportedly injured in fighting around haram al-sharif or temple mount in recent days stones and stun grenades. Were used along with rubber bullets and water cannons those hurting -cluded several palestinian children in a statement on sunday issued by spokesperson. The secretary general expressed deep concern over the continuing violence in occupied east jerusalem. He also urged israel to cease demolitions and evictions in line with its obligations under international humanitarian and international human rights law. The israeli authorities must exercise maximum restraint and respect the right to freedom of peaceful assembly. Mystique insisted

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Should the US Federal Reserve Buy Bitcoin?

The Breakdown with NLW

03:07 min | 1 year ago

Should the US Federal Reserve Buy Bitcoin?

"Why the us needs. Bitcoin elon musk and other. Vip's have endorsed it. Here's why the federal reserve should seriously consider btc for its balance sheet. The united states will adopt bitcoin as a reserve asset. Why because it is unequivocally in strategic interest to do so. The question is not if this will happen but when whether it happens within twelve months to years five years or ten years will have major implications for us positioning for decades failure to embrace bitcoin sooner rather than later will damage strategic interests and benefit rivals. Adopting at first by examining how the us and other countries manage their reserve assets. Today we can already see the logic for this transition to occur golden empire today the us hold two hundred sixty one. Million troy ounces. Eight thousand one hundred and thirty-three metric tons of gold or about four hundred and seventy five billion worth this makes the us the largest holder of gold in the world by a wide margin with over two times the amount of the next largest holder germany. Historically there was a very good reason for the us to own gold the us dollar was pegged to its value yet. The us broke with the gold standard in nineteen seventy-one ushering in the fiat currency age that has existed ever since. So why exactly the. Us and other countries continue to own all this gold here. Some of the reasons provided directly from central bankers themselves. Gold is the defacto safe haven asset. It is an insurance policy against any major economic. Monetary or geopolitical shifts given gold's ample liquidity and universal appeal countries can easily liquidate it for other assets in turbulent times. Gold is both independent of any given country's economic or monetary policies while also having a fixed supply on earth with relatively stable supply growth making it an ideal hedge against both monetary inflation and fluctuations in other reserve assets. Gold is viewed as nobody's liability. It cannot be frozen in a bank account or defaulted on when frictions between countries arise combined these reasons with the cultural importance of gold and it's uncontroversial to say that having more golden everyone else is a very good thing. Fort knox two point. Oh bitcoin similarities. To gold are well-documented. Earning it the appropriate nickname of digital gold yet. Bitcoin shares many similarities with cluding scarcity. Stable supply inflation fungibility durability. It also makes major improvements over golden some key areas when gold is in high demand. Minors are incentivized to dig up more of it increasing its supply. Bitcoin supply does not change in the face of demand making it less inflationary and more predictable far easier and cheaper to verify the authenticity of bitcoin. Gold bitcoin is much easier to transfer than gold and cost much. Less to store securely. Bitcoin is easily divided whereas gold is not for these reasons a rapidly increasing number of people companies and institutional investors agree that having more bitcoin than everyone else is a very good thing today. This includes the world's richest man highly conservative long-term thinking asset managers industry-leading companies and the most prominent macro investors in the

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Saint Laurent’s is ditching the traditional Fashion Month Calendar

Fashion No Filter

06:49 min | 2 years ago

Saint Laurent’s is ditching the traditional Fashion Month Calendar

"Get down system news breaking news this week. I was pretty at. He can aback by the SUNOL announcement. Picking them back in a good way. Ya was although I guess in the last episode we'd been wondering whether big changes were actually going to end up happening so I guess there's your proof that's your answer so for anyone who doesn't know son. A Hall has decided to drop out of Paris fashion week and set its own pace for showing collections direction of the year. And it's going to pivot to adapt to the corona virus crisis and has said they told. Ww W D Saddam will said in a press. Release wd conscious of the current circumstances and it's waves of radical change. Santa has decided to take control of its pace and reshape. Its schedule creates Dr Anthony. Vaccarello said the violent impacted covered nineteen outbreak. Which has forced the closure of most of Santa Stores meant business as usual was not an option chief executive officer Francesca Valentini. Hinted that the brand famed for its spectacular outdoor women's catwalk shows set against the backdrop of the Eiffel Tower in Paris could still age a physical show at some point this year. But his favorite formats. They're more intimate and closely aligned. The final customer room. What do you think that means? It's such big news. I think that a house as respected and that does such exceptional job also needed such an exceptional job for its Shows has decided to to step down. Because that's a really really positive meaning that others will feel other smaller. Brands will feel like they can do the same without sounding like their brands in an unhealthy state. Because I feel like a lot of people will be worried about the way to investors and stuff at the same time as So that's also something to take into consideration when you're canceling big show and some of the big names of doing it gives a lot more room for others. I mean the rose also says that that's what they're going to be doing next season and I think this is a really positive outcome. I do that like brands. Moving away from the long lamented fares suck in place flashing. Schedules is a good thing. There is part of me. Worries that with brands. Big Sahel if they're off schedule but still in Paris are still gonNA maybe in completely off the mark with this that people are still gonna fly to Paris from other places to see that. But they're saying they're not showing. Well are they saying they're not showing? Yeah they said they're not doing a show could still stage a physical show at some point this year. Yeah at some point means one show instead of like the fashion week schedule. Which basically these three shows. Because that's two women or four shows to women's and men's which is from going from four to one is a big step. It's a big step back totally and I'm totally in agreement with that but I just worry that everything is going to become cruise collection competition e where big brands compete to have a more extravagant location or timing or whatever and then we're all just going to have to be on airplanes all the time in random directions and if that's what's going to happen? I would just rather we stick to the fashion week schedule because at least you just take one flight and then you go to Paris and you see the shows you know. That's the devil's advocate but bear in. Mind that that's if international flights have resumed. Which for the time being. It isn't the case and bronze will not have healthy budget. They used to fly people around on a whim as much as they used to. And I feel that for example a brand like Santa Hall would make sense to host an event of some kind in the form of a show. Something else every year in Paris. Because that's whether the house is located and you do have to find a way to promote and showcase what the designers creating certainly certainly so there is you have to be able to allow for some kind of formats. I think it's positive to see that it's going to be less than than it was and I really liked the idea of rethinking a system. That was so wrong but yeah I agree with you until we see what the outcome is. Exactly we can't really speculate county yet. No I assume you know what it occurs to me that some of our listeners might not beyond the fashion week circuit. I feel like I'd love you to go into a little bed and you're really up -cluded on the stuff as well. What about the fashion calendar is has been so wrong for so many years but especially in recent years? Can you speak to you kind of just touched on it? I think the competition for each brand to do bigger and better viral. Basically shows has become completely out of hand plus the fact that there are an increasing number of brands increasing number of people wanting to attend shows. Because it's good for positioning or like people just want to be seen their raw than the because they're actually you know helping promote the show itself and I also feel that we talked about this before. It's always fashion week somewhere and whereas they used to be only one week for each city it's now becomes so long and there's men's could chew and crews and then all the minor fashion weeks like Copenhagen and button and all the others that I can't think of the top of my head right now but I know there are loads of them. Do we really need a show format in an era which is increasingly digital. And when actually sitting front row to show would only be important if that show. It really is a proper added value to the brand. I think partly because of how exhausting has become for everybody and by everybody. I'm not talking about myself. I'm talking about people who really work super hot during that time. So the bias. The brands you work super hard juryman time. Yeah at the end of the day. I'm just that to report I'm not Like I feel like there's a lot of pressure during those those busy busy busy times and having so many shows back to back over a period of a month then Rick 'cause two three times in Aghia and where every single time you have to travel to a different city and attend just absolutely absurd amount of events and shows parties all in the name of promoting a brown and it just turns into a ridiculous exercise which is actually quite just quite cringe and especially after everything. We've gone through in last in the last few weeks. I think it would be quite distasteful to return to

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Rana Gujral of Behavioral Signals Walks Through the Importance of Emotion Recognition by Voice

Voice First Health

05:04 min | 2 years ago

Rana Gujral of Behavioral Signals Walks Through the Importance of Emotion Recognition by Voice

"What got you interested in voice voice and made you decide to join behavioral signals? Yeah that's a great question so you know I've been following the space as for a for a while. I've been fascinated in general by but but then the spectrum of a I just just the whole Advent of Weiss interactions and. It's needless to say it's it's it's it's it's primal it's it's an assistant essential element of Experience of interaction which is now come into coming into existence in in multiple domain. So how we interact with our devices Isis helping interact with you know our automobiles or in general e cluding are software systems. And so it's sort of the most natural way for us as humans to interact with others in down that's sort of spreading to other domains of interaction and so there's been a lot of progress there and so if you kind of look at sort of how this industries progressed over the last decade or so Not Too far back. I mean I'd say you know. Five to seven years ago. We were speaking to be or speech to text as As a cutting edge technology we really enamored by. WHOA WHOA? That's amazing. You can take audio could work that into words and does cutting edge so that that that vass forward into now in two thousand nineteen Almost twenty twenty but it's It's it's really a commodity attack. Amine is no longer consider cutting edge. It's it's it's very accurate. There's a lot of solutions in the market. And you can. You can bet on the fact that it will be super accurate. And they've been brilliant Business US models built on top of it so that piece is largely been solved for now the other piece which has been sort of progressing along is hey Sort of the domains the specific domain models which is a there's a conversation happening between say a doctrine patient jury familiar with Can I I understand the specifics of the conversation in well you could translate the actual words the audio into words but do still understand what's happening You don't you you won't unless you understand. The specific domain context of what a doctor talks to a patient about. What a patient Talk to your doctor about. And and what how those those words and those conversations play into the dynamics of their conversation so the specific domain models have been eluding us over the last several years. I but there's been a lot of work that's been done To to understand specific domains and build specific contextual models around those specific acidic interactions whether to spousal conversation is a conversation between a doctor or lawyer or is a conversation between A.. debtholder a debt collector at said that's also largely we've been solved for. I mean it's still been Worked on but it's getting there what saluting us is Sort of the sort of the you know the the the state of the mind and the meaning behind the words so it's not just how something is being said but a sorry how what is being said but how something thing is big sad and that is really where the the most of the magic is in for behavioral signals. That's been. That's it's been the charter. which is let's get behind the words? Let's dead deduce intelligent and actionable insights Not necessarily from the actual words are being used but how those words are being spoken and what does that say to the the the state of mind of the participants in sort of the emotional and behavioral of the participants. And what does that tell us about the conversation. And so the Ben Ribbon on a journey to sort of unraveled atman Batman. Our founders are a amazing academics who've spent over two decades inter researching very specific diffic- nuances of Western rations finality and other aspects off Dynamics of conversation in so we've taken all of our learnings on all of our Capabilities that could put together around deducing the signals and bought it together. And now what we're doing where applying that toured some really interesting use cases so for me Someone who's been fascinated by an certainly fascinated by this is the I mean this. This is the holy grail. This is the this is the aspect of rations that's been Essentially at say a gay is going to be game. It is a game changer today. In many different ways we can talk about it and I think this is also An aspect of Voice Interaction that there's been holding the holy Interaction piece

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Playstation 5 New Details!

What's Good Games

07:58 min | 2 years ago

Playstation 5 New Details!

"End and there'd be giant crabs and seven hundred dollars and all sorts of wonderful things to me amount of but instead is quietly announced that other ah a wired article that has a lot of information in it I think maybe they're just trying to downplay the importance will what's what are we deem important here and what do we want to have these really big events for and what are we just WanNa release information whatever we feel IT whatever it's quiet Tuesday just you know go out go on ahead exactly it's going to be interesting to see how they're going to do the was some new information on those those rumors is but until Sony confirms that I don't feel the need for us to report on it again you've seen it right the V. Box I have my brain has flushed out I'll try I'll try to pull up an image for you and I'll drop it in the show notes but and while we're talking about playstation it's going to roll this right into the next story it's related Sony's patent points to Nexgen police he should vr so this right of comes from Euro Gamer so he's patent for a new playstation VR headset depicts L. new features which may turn up in the next version of the device the filing Doug by let's go digital same site which unearth Sony's patent for the plays and five Dev kit that's what I'm referring to the V originates from February twenty nineteen but has only been made public this week images show plans for a PS VR headset which includes two front and rear cameras a further cameras and -cluded on a police station move style controller these heads at cameras are in addition to the led's installed around the curtain unit on microphone will again be included there's also the option for me further separate camera to track the user's movements like the playstation camera or connect there's a couple of photos that are included on this patent filing the most exciting talks on your face can really does the most exciting for have mentioned the headset could be operated wirelessly with data sent and received Bluetooth this would mean that the unit also includes its own power supply one final point is the ability for the headset to show a transparent view made possible by those front facing camera says so you could see your surroundings through the screen images from both of these cameras can be displayed at the same time one per I producing stereoscopic three d effect alternatively the could be used to overlay effects on your real world

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Spy chief defends handling of "unprecedented" whistleblower complaint

The Lead with Jake Tapper

09:09 min | 2 years ago

Spy chief defends handling of "unprecedented" whistleblower complaint

"Welcome to a special edition of the lead the White House in crisis. I'm jake tapper and what has been a nonstop and truly unprecedented day of news. President trump apparently furious about the whistle blower whose allegations now threatened to bring about his impeachment sources. Tell Mr trump behind closed doors earlier today said he wanted to know who in his administration spoke with the whistle blower and according wanting to the New York Times which first reported the story president trump then said quote because that's close to a spy. You know what we used to do. In the old days when we were smart with spies and treason right we used to handle it a little differently than we do now unquote and apparent reference there to executions as well as a misuse of the term treason season but the president's over the top response comes in context comes after a key moment in the trump impeachment inquiry today we got our first look at the full whistleblower a complaint about the president the one that sparked this whole impeachment investigation this whistle blower sounding the alarm about president trump using his power to get Ukraine aim to interfere in the two thousand twenty election and the White House according to the whistle blower then trying to lock down records of that phone call hiding the transcript in a computer system or only the most sensitive national security information is typically stored today House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said it is clear what this sounds like to her. This is a cover up allegations of abuse of power and an ensuing cover up. If would-be quite damning would be extremely unethical and now of course it is up to Congress decide if those acts happened and if they are impeachable today the acting director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire testified on Capitol Hill defending the decision to not immediately hand over the whistle blower complaint to Congress as prescribed by law but Maguire would not say whether he spoke to president trump about the matter. Did you ever speak to the president about this complaint my conversations with the president because I'm the director of National Intelligence are privileged acting DNA McGuire added that he thought the whistle blower and the intelligence community inspector inspector general both acted in good faith. Let's go straight to CNN Sara Murray and Sarah. Despite president trump attacking the whistle blowers sources the acting spy. Hi Chief says he believes the whistle blower did all the right things. That's right jake president trump and his Republican allies have questioned the credibility the motives of this whistleblower whistle blower and we saw from the acting deny today as he was pairing these questions from lawmakers he said look it is not my job to investigate this complaint that was up to the inspector general he he found this complaint to be credible any went on to say that he believes both the inspector general and this whistleblower did essentially exactly what you're supposed to do. In this situation. I want to stress that I believe that the whistle blower and the inspector general have acted in good faith throughout I I have every reason to believe that they have done everything by the book and followed the law so you can see him sort of stepping out there and offering the defense he could he also admitted that he does not know who this whistle blower as he does not want to know who this whistle-blower as though he's committed to maintaining this person's protections and ensuring they're not retaliated against Jake and Sarah the the acting director of National Intelligence McGuire was asked multiple times about his conversations with President trump about this he refused to answer but there was was one part of his conversations with President trump that he was willing to discuss. That's right jake I mean. This is obviously a point of frustration for lawmakers. They wanted to know whether he and the president had ever talked about the complaint. He wouldn't say anything about that but he was asked to. The president want to know who this whistle blower was. Did he want you to find find out. Here's what he said did the president of the United States ask you to find out the identity of the whistle blower. I can say although I would not normally discuss my conversations with the president. I can tell you emphatically no now. He also confirmed that no one else at the White House no one else at the Justice Justice Department has asked him to try to figure out who the whistle blower is but jake you can imagine lawmakers were very skeptical. Today they had a lot of questions for him about why he would have taken a complaint that mentions the president and Attorney General Bill Bar by name and then gone to the White House and the Justice Department indeed Sara Murray thanks so much complaint lays out in detail the whistle blowers concerns concerns the president trump was pushing a foreign power Ukraine to investigate his potential twenty twenty opponent senior Justice correspondent Evan Perez with me now and Evan. What what exactly does the whistle blower say about President Trump's conduct well jake this is the bombshell really in the complaint and it has to do with what exactly the president was up up to when he was making these conversations saying these things to the president of Ukraine part of the complaint says in part I have received information from multiple. US government government officials that the president of the United States is using the power of his office to solicit interference from a foreign country into twenty twenty US election obviously Jake that is the the center of this controversy now that the White House has released a phone call. Everyone can make a judgment to determine whether or not they believe this is what the president was doing asking. The Ukrainians needs to investigate his likely rival in the twenty twenty election heaven. What does this whistle blower saying the letter about how the White House handled the aftermath of the phone call right end what the whistle blower says that there was an attempt to cover up essentially people at the White House knew that this could be a problem and so what the whistle blower lower says in part is this. I learned from multiple. US officials that senior White House officials have have intervened to lock down all records of the phone call. This is the Ukrainian phone call especially the official word for word transcript of the call that was produce. This set of actions underscored to me that White House officials understood stood the gravity of what transpired in the call and Jake according to this to this whistleblower other phone calls other interactions were handling it in a different manner or this one was handled in a completely separate way and again. That's that's leading to all of the accusations of a cover up all right. Evan Perez thank you so much the New York Times first reported in CNN and has confirmed that president trump earlier today told staff from the United States mission to the United Nations that he wanted to know who provided information to the whistle blower about his call call with Ukrainian president and whoever talked to the whistle blower was quote close to a spy and then he said quote in the old days spies were dealt with differently an apparent allusion to executions. I WANNA bring in C. N. N. White House correspondent bore Sanchez or as how was this met by staffers. Jake many any were stunned. According to The New York Times some actually even laughed this was a crowd of about fifty people according to the reporting of the UN Ambassador Basseterre Kelly Kraft was also in the room for this at least one of these people was taking notes and that's how we know what the president said listen to this quote specifically the president saying unquote. I want to know who's the person who gave the whistle blower the information because that's close to a spy you know what we used to do. In the old days when we were smart about spies and treason right we used to handle it a little differently than we do now. Jake the president making an apparent suggestion that these people should potentially face the death penalty very noteworthy considering the issues circling this president regarding obstruction of justice in the past and the fact that these officials could potentially become witnesses in the very near future also because the acting head of the deny was testifying at the time that this whistle blower acted lawfully and and did the right thing jake. There's certainly going to be questions about witness. Intimidation based on those remarks Boris. We are also just learning that Corey Lewin douse key the president's his former campaign manager is in conversations with the White House about potentially heading up the impeachment team to defend president trump. That's Rijeka the familiar face returning to center stage potentially of this kind of gives you an idea of the scramble behind the scenes at the White House with people close to the president telling CNN that they wonder if the White House has a plan to respond to this impeachment inquiry according to multiple sources Corey Lewandowski had conversations with White House officials about joining warning some kind of team to respond to this inquiry notably Stephanie Grisham the press secretary told CNN there are no plans to form an impeachment response team low. Lohan Dow ski told CNN that he had not spoken directly to president trump but he didn't totally deny the reporting altogether Jacobs right last resort Lewandowski. He was testifying on Capitol Hill among the things they said was that he doesn't see anything wrong with lying to journalists which is essentially the same thing as lying to the American people yeah. Boris thanks so much much more on our breaking news including cluding if the whistle blower will testify before Congress you're watching a special expanded edition of the

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Why Arent There Female CPR Mannequins?

BrainStuff

05:41 min | 3 years ago

Why Arent There Female CPR Mannequins?

"Today's episode is brought to you by starbucks. They say that starbucks nitro does for cold coffee. What music does for workouts road trips in grand. Romantic gestures sound too good to be true. Guess we'll just have to try it for yourself. Starbucks nature cold brew. It's called coffee that subtly sweet lush and velvety smooth only at starbucks welcome to brainstorm a production the vallarta hey brain steph lauryn bocom here breasts to put it mildly can sometimes get in the way they're the recipients of some unwanted attention it just to be fair some wanted attention they can make it hard to find properly fitting clothing and they require all kinds of special and sometimes times unpredictable maintenance they can cause back pain can hurt during exercise and can be strapped down by bras which are often uncomfortable and almost always expensive in all of this is inconvenient and annoying but not really a matter of life and death but did it ever occur to you. That breasts might be the reason that you might not be administered c._p._r. If you need it it's true and one new york based. Creative agency is taking the initiative to try to change that the problem. Is this those a to a formally or informally learn c._p._r. Or who are at least confident enough to attempted in a situation where it might do more good than harm are overwhelmingly comfortable only if if the chest of the person in need of c._p._r. Is reasonably flat in other words if resembles c._p._r. Dummies female breasts get in the way and research shows that those was who would be inclined to perform c._p._r. On cardiac arrest victim in need are less likely to do so if their breasts complicating the situation since it's mostly women who have breasts ests. It's mostly women who are subject to this kind of probably unintentional discrimination. So how much of an impact does this have. A research indicates women are twenty. Seven seven percent less likely to receive c._p._r. If the experience a cardiac arrest incident in public since prompt administration of e._p._r.'s key in such situations that could indeed be a matter of life and death but enter the woman. The woman again is training bras sorts to help bring equality to c._p._r. The mannequin is a fabric fabric add on the bestows a standard c._p._r. Dummy with breasts so people can learn c._p._r. In a way that will hopefully keep them from being scared to perform the lifesaving procedure on approximately gently half of the adult population. The idea is to get people used to the idea that performing c._p._r. On a woman means that yes there will be some hand to breast contact. We spoke by email with joan agencies co founder and chief creative officer jamie robinson via email. She said there are so many ways women are treated differently and this resulted in them dying in the streets with nobody rushing into help. It seemed like an issue that was solvable comes directly from a lack of education and awareness the performing c._p._r. And a woman is a normal and necessary thing though mannequin took about four months to develop from the time the jones team. I came up with the idea to its reveal in june of two thousand nineteen of course joan creative enlisted the help of medical experts to ensure that the woman is useful and accurate as possible that included -cluded dr audrey bluer the author of the study that inspired the entire endeavor. Who's currently an epidemiologist in resuscitation scientist at duke university. Joan shared shared the process with bluer and acknowledged that the team was fortunate to have that opportunity. The jones team also worked closely with other doctors and experts in c._p._r. Including the new york it based frontlines c._p._r. A school that was closely involved throughout the process and be united state of women a national organization that connects and amplifies the work of organizations nations and individuals who are addressing inequalities. These partnerships ensure that the woman akin is properly designed and has the credibility necessary to get into the right right hands to make an impact as attended. A joan isn't finished with a woman again in fact the hardest part may be yet to come convincing gatekeepers that it's is necessary and useful despite the overwhelming evidence that women are currently under served in this area jones team says they hope to get women again into every c._p._r. School school in the country by next year motivated by a goal that cardiac intervention saves lives furthermore. Joan isn't driven by profit robinson says that the idea was to make quote mannequin is easy to replicate. It's possible to encourage widespread adoption and thus its pattern is available to anyone with open source to plans available for free download the one of the elements of the story that initially caught our editorial teams. I is that joan creative initiated the woman it can project simply out of an opportunity and a need to do good good. It's unusual but not unheard of for creative agencies to spend time and resources on internal projects that aren't funded by client. Usually the goal for such a project is publicity and to be sure there's an element of that in the mannequin story but in this case there may be a measurable improvement in women's lives and the saving of them as as well. Today's episode was written by sri wit and produced by tyler clang. Brain set is a production of iheartradio's. How stuff works for more on this and lots of other inclusive topics visit our home planet. 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"cluding" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"cluding" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mon-. Witnesses say they were attacked President Trump says, he's all ears if foreigners want to give him dirt on his political opponents. His comments in interview with ABC President Trump says he'd be open to listening to information from a foreign country that could damage his. Opponent in the next election. This despite Russian interference in the twenty sixteen presidential election that led to an investigation that is royalist presidency. Mr. Trump made the comments in an interview with ABC's George Stephanopoulos. This is somebody said we have information on your Ponant. Let me call the FBI. Give me a break. Lifeless. What should happen? The FBI director is wrong constitutional law. Professor at Harvard University Laurence tribe thing that the director doesn't know what he's talking about. This is the FBI director that President Trump himself appointed remarkable, I think it shows the price of not starting an impeachment inquiry. Now former vice president, Joe Biden, also twenty twenty contender says Mr. Trump is once again, welcoming foreign interference in America's elections say has map piper on Capitol Hill. House, lawmakers vote to put cash in the fun for September eleventh victims and first responders that story from CBS's, Margaret Brennan. The day after John Stewart slammed congress over health care funding for nine eleven first responders a house committee passed a Bill that would cover them until the year. Twenty ninety Stewart testified along with former New York City police detective Luis Alvarez, one of many first responders who got cancer. After working at ground zero Alvarez said he was starting his sixty ninth round of chemotherapy, that Bill now goes to the full house at Boston federal court, a former Stanford sailing coach who avoided prison time for his role in the college admission scam says he is a shame for bringing a cloud over the university. He spoke to reporters after a federal judge sentenced him to one day imprison already served. He will serve two years of supervised release, including six months of home confinement. He is the first to be sentenced in the scam a rally outside the statehouse cannabis activist not happy with a new proposal. WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe has the story cannabis educators. Researchers healthcare providers voice, their concern over a statement, put out by the mass prevention alliance calling for the temporary suspension of new recreational marijuana licenses while the review is conducted on the health impacts of marijuana and the cannabis control commission social equity program, which helps people who've. Been disproportionately impacted by the war on drugs work in the new legal marijuana industry. Former Boston city councilor. Tito, Jackson was one of those speaking at the rally. Legal cannabis? Color. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's NewsRadio Amanda Knox returns to Italy today, her first visit since being convicted, then acquitted of the murder of a roommate knock says she's failing frayed as she prepares to leave her home and Seattle. She has a plan news conference in Mota this weekend to talk about miscarriages of Justice and trial by media. The Italian island of Sardinia is under attack by bogs ABC's, Meghan Williams has details. Huge of locus are plaguing. Italy second largest island, the locus have destroyed some five thousand acres of farmland in the central areas of Sardinia experts have linked locust invasion to a recent rise in temperatures after months of cooler weather here in Italy, local media say it's the worst insect invasion to hit the island and more than sixty years, the locus ruin the animal grazing, pastures of at least twelve farms, and left very little left to harvest in villages near the central town of Newell. The insects have also invaded homes, Meghan. Williams, ABC news, Rome. There are some of the most luxurious cars on the road and to buy one you'll need a pretty penny. But ABC's Pete combs reports some people are going the criminal wrote Frank Collins at Cobb luxury cars, his dealership has been hit by thieves several times, I got the keys then they went after the car is those keys belong to take, for instance, a two thousand six for safety's Ben Siegel. S five fifty. Vehicles recovered in Atlanta. Car again so far six cars have been stolen to recovered in cluding. The one that was stolen again..

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"cluding" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"cluding" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"The left and the right pretty interesting, actually. But that's neither here nor there talking about the fact that I got this bird's eye view of what now has happened in the crazy weather noticing the helicopter pads and the fact that there's this argument of banning them completely it had to really shake up. A lot of people with a sudden explosion really, really crazy. In the meantime, because of what's going on with the weather, and there was some horrific weather that I. Flew back in two. When I was coming back to our satellite studios in the DFW area, straight line winds to me, and I said this, it's weird because I said it in a show last week, he talked about tornadoes, and then you talk about straight line winds. And how scary they, they can be. I mean, there was a huge aircraft that was taken down decades ago in, in DFW DFW because of straight line winds. And now we saw that over the weekend in my own neighborhood. A couple of blocks from me trees, crash down. There's I mean it a weird severe storm on Sunday. But a crane fell into a building in Dallas enslaved it right down the middle terrifying to see any of that video, and there was a twenty nine year old woman that was killed very sad. So this strange severe. Storm brought down power lines. People are still without power and I talked about that. The difference between tornado winds and straight line winds. How all of a sudden it's normal normal normal, and then poof, you're up to seventy five miles an hour. And, and that's what becomes so bloody dangerous. Knocks out power damages buildings. There's all kinds of craziness, but I think that one building, especially where just sliced right down the middle of that apartment building. There was a guy who was just holding onto his dog and he was caught against the debris. They got him out. There were lots of people that were a handful of people that were hurt in any way five people, but the one person was killed that building, totally out down and hundreds of people displaced as a result of it, but lots of people displaced because of the destructive storm, and it certainly made big. Big news people looking at it just in horror watching, what the wind gusts had done in cluding. Smashing cars along the way with other trees falling down. So all of a sudden it's normal you think there's going to be a severe thunderstorm. And then it turns into these straight line winds that same weather pattern in North Carolina lead to floods floods floods governor, ROY Cooper had this to say. Please be careful when driving near road clue crews and emergency responders who may be working in the area and remember, never to.

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"cluding" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"cluding" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"It's such a steep spike in this particular number now, the city is claiming at this particular point that it's been it's you know, from leave program to other things that have actually helped drop that number, but not everyone else is, is so sure. And in fact, folks involved in the homeless counters are wondering, you know, could have been because you can have an anomaly, you can have that day where people are not available and you are counting in the Countess last, but I think anecdotally, and in suit, cluding city council members have said the same thing here in Seattle. You know, it doesn't look like there has been and that remember that thirty eight percent is, is within a certain category of homeless overall an eight percent drop in an eight percent. Drop is not necessarily something you might be able to see visually immediately of chronically homeless people driving around Seattle. Yeah. This the chronically homeless that have taken the steepest drop. But that's also the group that you want most take the steep drop because they're the ones who have typically had two or three interventions and it hasn't taken and they still are on the streets. Those are the folks that you can start reaching those than us density. You can start reaching everyone. Cindy you believe that number that there has been a thirty eight percent decrease in the chronically homeless in Seattle. So that, that's what I wanna know. If somebody actually believes that number or is it based on what you see perception is reality? So the us text nine eight nine seven three because I just wanna know what people if they if they hear thirty percent and they're like, yes rally, that's awesome. Or the here thirty percent and they go. Oh. Yeah. I it's, it's I I don't know. And I don't know we're going to find. I think my guess is that what's going to happen is, somebody within the various groups that work on the homeless problem in Seattle are going to try to at least truth squad, these numbers to find out whether or not they in fact are dropping the hope is that with this, and that, that it is actually it's a genuine drop in that maybe some of what maybe there's some traction in the programs or there is just a dispersal of folks here in Seattle in San Francisco right now. In its effort to deal with its problem, which is, which is worse, even than Seattle's officials are trying to get people who are mentally ill and addicted to drugs into mandatory treatment. There. Obviously there. Critics anytime. You do. Involuntary holds. There are critics of programs like that. The pla- the critics particularly San Francisco, which is a pretty tolerant town say, you know, we're not the type of town that does that sort of involuntary, hold. It will be interesting of Seattle goes there. It's been discussed here in San Francisco to discuss here in Seattle as well. So we'll see if that's actually something that gets considered here, and they do have a new mayor, and they do have a new mayor. And they have a he's working, and they have it on the streets, and decreasing tolerance. I don't think it's fair to say San Francisco is now what it was. No, you know, twenty years ago, speaking of twenty years ago thought you're gonna take me. I was like scares me. I was just going to ask you what you did him how. Why would I take a shot? To write out me when you sit on. I was actually looking over an okay. Okay. Well anyway, I guess we do this type of traffic..

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Ex-Michigan governor's electronic devices seized in Flint water probe

The Opening Bell

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

Ex-Michigan governor's electronic devices seized in Flint water probe

"Investigators reviewing the call logs and text messages from Michigan. Former Michigan governor Rick Snyder, and sixty five other current. And former Michigan officials cluding some from the city of Flint, part of the probe into water crisis in Flint to one of the worst man made environmental disasters US history. Untreated water leaked lead from pipes and into Flint's homes and businesses while cost, cutting financial managers pointed by Snyder, or

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Lauren Maistre, Bernie Sanders And Kirsten Gillibrand discussed on Arizona's Morning News

Arizona's Morning News

00:43 sec | 3 years ago

Lauren Maistre, Bernie Sanders And Kirsten Gillibrand discussed on Arizona's Morning News

"Abortion rights activists are taking to the streets across the country to protest the recent wave of restrictive state laws demonstrators yesterday, marched chanted slogans wave signs in Atlanta, Saint Louis, New York, and Charlotte, among other cities, West Hollywood councilmember Lauren Maistre joined a rally, and California fair doing so under the guise of being pro-life. But the reality is, it's not about saving lives. This is about controlling the lives of women by taking away women's rights. Choose in Washington, hundreds of abortion rights advocates, including some Democrats running for the presidential nomination massed in front of the supreme court thing, -cluded candidates Kirsten gillibrand. Amy. Club, char, Bernie Sanders and Pete

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Batman, Michael Keaton And Adam West discussed on Barsky Radio

Barsky Radio

03:27 min | 3 years ago

Batman, Michael Keaton And Adam West discussed on Barsky Radio

"But do you think of patents patent as the new Batman? I saw this. I'm kind of down for it. What is that these economics, right? Yeah. Not your thing. I mean I, I like your right. Not my favorite, Robert Patterson. Who is in these twilight movies. Yes. Apparently, he's going to be the one that's going to be taking over from that. What's his name? Well, Ben Affleck in Africa. Yeah. Ben Affleck was the what happened someone went to bed African said, you just don't want to do this. They wanted a younger guy, I think. No, I think that that's part of it. He they wanted a younger guy and also he just wasn't working for them. You know it wasn't really been afflicted. He did it in two movies. The Justice league. It didn't work the first or second time you're out. They, they wanted to go younger than don't want. See you. Yeah. It really who wants that guy. Anyway. Then Aflac I mean he's a good actor to just, you know, sometimes you don't fit the role, right? And the thing is, if you don't fit the role, then you shouldn't get a second second shot at it didn't work. So then you're out. Let's see who do I like is the best Batman. Michael. Keaton was good. Christian bale was good. My favorite was, obviously, it wasn't the, the movie Batman, but the TV show, Adam. Adam west. Absolutely. I if I had to pick a live action when it's probably Michael Keaton for me. He's, he's my favorite. I like Batman and Batman because he was it wasn't. It wasn't the movie Batman. It wasn't a serious. It was very, very campy, if you watch the TV series Batman from the sixties, it was one of those shows that was made for a kids, but made for Delta's. Well, there were tongue in cheek secret double-entendres there were there were like a jokes or inside things that only would appeal to adults that would go over the kids heads. And let's face it. Adam west was actually pretty funny, even though he didn't mean to be the way he would deliver his lines. He was hilarious. So I don't think they try to capture that in the in the movies and the film. But and there were different directors to who is the Batman that had with a cod piece. So. What was that Clooney's? So it was the first Batman in terms of movies, anyway, was timber, and did two movies with Michael Keaton. Right. And then after that, I think there was a third movie that was with Val Kilmer, instead of Michael Keaton doing, like seven or eight Batman. Yes. And then after that George Clooney. I think two of them, Robin. Batman forever. And neither one of those is very good. Those are the ones that hit the nipples on the bat suit. That's Joel Schumacher. Batman. Yeah. They he succeeded. Was -cluded the gay Batman. Yeah, I think he definitely Clooney's come out and said he played him as a gay character. That's what he was written like to him. Schumacher. That's why that's why. And then and then I mentioned Christian bale. So Robert Pattinson. All right. Well, maybe I guess he'll do good. Yes. Seems like he's been he hasn't done a lot of big movies ever since the twilight one. So most people know him for that, but he's done a lot of good art house movies. Like smaller releases the not a lot of people get to see. And he's, he's a great actor, but he the brooding Batman, another Bruening Batman. So they got the dark

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"cluding" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"cluding" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"David Ajay is there today? Donges recent works having -cluded the museum of contemporary art in Denver, the Nobel peace center in Oslo, and he designed the interior of New York City skyscraper museum. He's famous for designing the Smithsonian national. Museum of African American history and culture in Washington D C, which was opened in two thousand sixteen by US President Barack Obama. He's in Venice for the fifty eighth international Art Van Nala. That's the architect not about and the opening of his garner pavilion. The first ever gonna pavilion David's father was gone and diplomat and David's connections to the African continent. Run deep. He was born in Tanzania. This has been a theme is may you live in interesting times and said David in rare interview spoke to the BBC's John Wilson and explained what the inspiration for his pavilion was inspired by the architecture of northern hell this beautiful conical chamber rand earth fact forms with this extraordinary presence that they have traditional gun occupational architecture really traditional region. Title west African erasure even in the sense that it's really about the way in which these chambers create enclosures which are compounds families, but the interconnected networks, and so it's it's a series of six chambers. Almost kind of embassy almost or it's a prototype of Sagawa moving into the world. I insisted that we brought the soil that is used to make those buildings in Ghana to hones- that was not easy about soil will be there on the walls of finishing plasters. Who are the best players in the world to coat the walls, the chronicle chambers have circles, we're going with Gannett. Lovely when you're there. You are in Ghana. It's not a metaphor. Literally in. And that was something that I it was very beautiful that this kind of transition Venice being this incredible place, which is always received all these incredible things and this element of Ghana joining that cosmopolitan so the world literally and these artists inhabiting chambers in the world coming to this Trump you interested in those ideas of soft power of cultural diplomacy. It's absolutely critical to understand how soft power it is very important element of every nation's identity and in talking to the ministry of culture about this. We said look the usual way in which people think it works what advertising company, and you get some time on CNN or something like that you get costed in the middle of nowhere in the middle of the night. We sort of felt like for that kind of budget one could actually really produce content that can have a real power potential. That is meaningful meaningful. Both for the local people who are in Ghana listening to this and feeding proud of their country doing something in the world. And also. For people in the world seeing this and encountering when they have not had a chance to go. So it clearly shows you it is outreach and understanding that cultural arts are very fundamental part of tourism.

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"cluding" Discussed on KDOW

KDOW

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"cluding" Discussed on KDOW

"Verizon store, and they'll pay for a brand new iphone for you to use. You're going to keep going. You're going to keep going in and getting new iphones. That's gonna be great for them. Great for apple. But now that it costs you a thousand spread out over maybe eighteen months. It's still costing you money. And so it's creating longer replacement cycles inventory is building up in several regions and cluding China and on top of that. There's not a lot of great hardware design innovations. I use a phone eight. Plus, I like the touch ID. I don't love the face. New ipad pro came out. That and that has the face ID and good in its own way. But there was never anything wrong with touch ID work works. Very very well. Still works very well and screen size. Big clear is not much difference. Ten and she likes mine better. So. The hardware design is it really that exciting. And China is a third of all smartphone. Sales in China's economy is slowing. And so this is where the problem lies. Now, Apple's iphone marketshare is out from twelve and a half to thirteen percent. But that reflects mainly uh streaking market or a market that apple sales are maybe flat. But the market is shrinking. So there. Marketshare is rising. So as pretty interesting now, we're in that phase computers where the big growth phase. Everyone had needed a desktop and people are buying laptops. And then eventually everyone had one and then the replacement cycle started to go instead of consistent growth of new people buying their first desktop replacement cycles five years or so and I think that's where you're getting in the smartphone market. And so when you're looking at components makers, you're looking at apple and a lot of these smartphone makers. That's why you're seeing their stock struggle their business struggle because of a recession in smartphones. Jessi Klein are Monday program is wrapping up soon. We still about ten minutes left in the program. Remember, we can keep our anytime. Listen to line open around the clock, call now or later your questions..

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"cluding" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"cluding" Discussed on WJR 760

"We don't have on Kellyanne on because it's just literally twenty minutes of nothing. Just hilarious. Of course. They've every left wing coop. Liar on imaginable. Cluding themselves. It's true themselves. Yeah. I had I was watching watching Rudy Giuliani. Eventually I on this weekend. First of all, I don't understand why anybody would have Sarah Sanders on fate know that she's going to lie and Kellyanne Conway, I want you to listen to the jackasses. I want you to listen to their. Their continent. Anti Trump anti Trump staff there constant barrage and keep something like I said before these two loved Trump. These two could slobber enough. And then things went haywire. And now they can't hate enough. But they're really to relatively stupid people. I have to say this even though the potential for me bumping into them at the airport is high since since since we we often have to go to the same airport. But I can't help it. She's got the brain of a tuna fish sandwich. And he doesn't have any brain at all. He's all jello. Did you know, Mr. producer, jello and marshmallows? I made impart from the heels. Of lambs or something. Did you hear this just ruined everything? I'm thinking, you know, I want some of these Kellogg's Rice Krispies treats. Then our friend Haley says, well, you know, that they come from the heels of a of lamb or excuse me. Yes. So why did you have to ruin everything? She's vegetarian ac- ruined everything for. I don't sit there and want to watch a cow get slaughtered. But I like me. Anyway, go ahead. We're gonna lie again. This is a.

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Voters go to polls as Netanyahu seeks fifth term

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:14 min | 3 years ago

Voters go to polls as Netanyahu seeks fifth term

"These Rayleigh elections is surely top of the tree today. Absolutely have been open for about two three hours. Now. This election is one of many reporting is essentially a referendum on the rule of the current premier Benjamin Netanyahu. He's facing opposition from Benny guns and a centrist alliance who have pointed to the multiple corruption allegations against Benjamin Netanyahu to make the case that it's time fame to leave power. Where's the economic direction to be taken depending on which party wins? I mean, the focus so far has been primarily looking at the statement by Netanyahu few days ago that he said he would annex the west Mike, meaning he will extend full Israeli sovereignty over the Israeli settlements in the West Bank that will be there would be some economic impact on that given the kind of industry that happens in the settlements. But at the moment that's been treated as a political choice, especially given that his critics said that it's just an irresponsible bid from right-wing votes, and he wouldn't necessarily go through with it. Tell us more about the next story about Hezbollah and its crowdfunding purchase ES slightly, potentially the usual. Yes. Hezbollah has begun a crowd funding campaign to try and get some funds from its supporters. It's been asking offerings of gold symbolic donations. Children and poetry reading on raises. And there was also a video released in March that told it supporters to come and by victory for dollar and sold them. If at least a half million people were willing to support the group with just four dollars a month. Then Hezbollah would get two million dollars a month as a result. They did not necessarily specify what they would do with money. I mean, you have to admire them for the for the for the sort of engineering in terms of fundraising. But this is quite an astonishing approach, isn't it? It is quite unusual. I mean, especially when you think that this is an organization that has been blacklisted by various countries, including the UK and the United States terrorist organization, and so for them they're trying to circumvent other forms of income that they might have by looking to this. But let's move onto Libya. There's been an enormous amount of news coming out of that this weekend, given the offensive by general trying to take Tripoli back from the from the government, what is happening there in terms of the way that the economy is being affected. Well, maybe for some time has been pretty precarious state. The main focus outside tends to be how conflict in Libya affects the price of oil. We've seen oil prices are now at a five-month high. Because of the fighting has now strictly given that Libya is one of the world's largest oil producers and this. Also comes at a time when US President Donald Trump designated the Iranian revolution guards as a terrorist group. But as you mentioned meanwhile in in Libya. Field marshal Khalifa have not offensive to take part of Tripoli which awesome -cluded bombing the main airports yesterday, so we have oil spiking to its highest level in five months. It looks like this is now becoming something that people are going to make a profit out of conflict again. Unfortunately, I think that that might always be being the case reporting around this has been quite measured to say that the price of the price of oil is going up, and so people trait in oil futures. But. Yes. The correlation between these two things does mean that if you're trading oil futures, you all making more money on the fact that there is increased fighting around Tripoli where at least two thousand eight hundred people have fled

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Zachary Levi, 'Shazam!'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

04:33 min | 3 years ago

Zachary Levi, 'Shazam!'

"Zam is out now, and that you've got to see it. And one of the reasons you have to see it is my guest Zachary Levi, who, you know, it's it's difficult when you describe an actor in a row matching up, but in this case it matches up. So well that you sit there and say this guy's got it. I can relax and just enjoy this movie. So actually, thank you got you. Thank you. You continue to say things about me even to me. Now that are I I don't I the words. I don't I don't have the words that Yousef Teves. No, no, no. But I mean, look actually, no to quite honestly the opposite. I mean, you know, the reviews for the most part ninety three percent of them. Anyway, have been very to me. You get not being asked to post about it on your social media. But no, it's just. That's very kind. Thank you. I really appreciate that. I just I have so much respect for you, sir. So the fact that you are saying such nice things about me making me blush. Filling. We did it do it. What would you do though of the great things about them is saying? Yeah. And just going. Yeah. If you could say it who would you be? I mean to be perfectly honest. Okay. I mean, you know. Yeah. Somebody asked me the other day, you know, what do you want? What do you want to do when you grow up? And and I said, I'm doing it. I mean, honestly, I I've been kicking around sound business for twenty ish years, and I've been really blessed to have done a lot of great shows and cluding Broadway and all that. But. To now be at this point in my career, and to just feel very healthy and strong, mentally emotionally physically. And that I get to now enjoy this journey wherever this rocket ships going to go like this is what I would going to be impossible. You were seemed very nice today. You know? This just now. Able to go on the they want me to do what? Sorry. I do have to protect yourself on some level. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. But no, I mean, I just this is all gravy, man. It's a super what's so great about the actor to is that fourteen year old boy. Yeah, they you seem to have, you know, somebody once told me once we all have to get older, but we can stay mature forever. Yeah. It's kinda great. But you get that. You know, when we're watching you do the it looked really natural. So what I'm saying is are just the. Really the people basically give you a schedule and make. Time like snacktime. Yeah. Okay. We're going to read a story. Well, I mean in some ways, I jokingly say that I've resisted growing up in in some areas of my life my entire life, and that's not entirely untrue. I, but I think that that's not I think most of that is that I've just always been a kid who really enjoyed life. I enjoy joy. I enjoy feeling joy in bringing joy. That's probably why one of the biggest reasons I became an entertainer to begin with. I had a very young age that I consciously figured out around four or so. Outlet at around four. I think it was the first time I was cognizant enough to realize that I intentionally make somebody laugh and that made them feel good. And that made me feel good. And I didn't ever wanna stop doing that. I was addicted to that drug and I loved the idea of being able to entertain and make laugh because I could feel the joy and people, and so I've always held onto things in my life. That have brought me joy that bring other people joy. And I think all of that stuff has kept me young enough at hearts to hopefully, bring Billy Batson a way that makes sense. Well, he is brought to life. So I'm hearing things about you being somebody who is not a stranger to the book. Yeah. No. No, no. So we're wishes them in your pantheon of comics when you were growing up. I wish I could say that my favorite. She exact. I wish I could say that I he was my favorite, and I knew all about them and everything. Now, you know, I didn't I knew what I think a lot of people knew which was not a lot of people. But it certainly within the comic world that there was this character that was a kid who had a magic word to them become

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"cluding" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"cluding" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"The available for congress and the public within weeks. Democrats have been calling for the release of the full report by next Tuesday at deadline that now appears unlikely to be met Republicans, including Senator John Kennedy of Louisiana also want the full report make sure the report is released and give everybody a chance to read it. And cluding, and especially the American people. The report contains grand jury material the release of which is restricted by law. It's released could also involve questions of executive privilege education secretary Betsy DeVos struggled before a congressional subcommittee yesterday to defend at least seven billion dollars in proposed cuts to education programs, including eliminating all eighteen million dollars in federal funding for the Special Olympics, Wisconsin democratic congressman Mark cocaine pushed DeVos on her proposed cuts to the Special Olympics. When she said, she didn't know how many children would be affected. It's two hundred seventy two thousand kids. National organization one that is well supported by the philanthropic sector as well. Special Olympics is the world's largest sports organization for people with intellectual and physical disabilities. Prosecutors still insist Jesse smollet at faked a racist anti-gay attack on himself in the hopes that the attention would advance his acting career. The empire star still says he was assaulted by two men late at night in downtown Chicago. But with little explanation authorities yesterday abruptly dropped all charges against smollet, the dismissal through drew a swift backlash from the police chief n mayor.

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"cluding" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"cluding" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Technically, it's more a men here. Yes, police in Clearwater, Florida say a fight over a debate that broke out surrounding to pox Shukor ended with one man in the hospital and another under arrest. The incident happened last week in Clearwater, Florida around nine forty five pm officers say when they got to the scene the victim with heavy facial injuries that included large lumps. In fact, both of the man's eyes were swollen shut a very easy to debate. Police say the victim was conscious when they arrived, but wasn't able to communicate with officers due to his level of toxication. He was transported by ambulance for multiple injuries. Witnesses another party where the two pack debate broke out told police the mayor responsible for the beating was thirty five year old Thomas Stankiewicz stank would send he was just defending himself. And punching the victim more than once after the victim. Tried to punch him during the two pock argument. That's the end of the story. Right. I'm mad to point of to puck where they debating. Specifically says the report does not include that information. Hip that's half a story? Normally what's the biggie? Song? What I've been stupak verse you were waiting for the whole time. We're we're all the eyes on him. Or is that exaggerating? -cluded fire that police officer sorry. I'm going to take a hard line approach here for you officers out there, you you how do you not have in need curiosity as to what the argument was about? Or maybe the officer felt that it really wasn't a debate. And because he felt strongly about one end of the argument.

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"cluding" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"cluding" Discussed on First and Last

"ESPN radio and the ESPN app Dory. Noko activated good to be here. Getting you through a little bit of the long awaited return of NBA regular season games after a all star break day too long. But that's just me. They wouldn't think who wouldn't think it's too long. Don, Nelson would not think it's it's too long. None of the hall of Famer the head coach of many many franchises was in Oakland last night. And he was being honored. Former warriors of the past cluding, Jason Richardson, Steven Jackson were there and done Nelson. Who you may remember as I would say maybe a bit of a fun loving head coach a lot of success and a lot of years coaching. Don, Nelson was asked before. Well, you'll hear the question. He's been busy. Let's say this. Let's catch up with Don Nelson Nellie is. He's better known on what he's been doing over the last few years. Really about what you've been doing after basketball coach. I know you live for y you're eight so. Campa. Played coach. But anyway. Legal ever man and knowing that. Oh my goodness Nellie. How good is that? How? Devin Carter one more time. Let's one more time. It's the best side you'll hear.

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Secret mic in Nest gear wasn't supposed to be a secret, says Google

This Week In Google

02:04 min | 3 years ago

Secret mic in Nest gear wasn't supposed to be a secret, says Google

"I find like secrets sensors in your IOT devices have been historically kept secret for competitive reasons. So I believe that Google did keep it a secret in did it because they wanted to have to be able to announce a new feature that was competitively exciting. Right. The competitive advantage. If you say on the box microphone inside people are going to say, well, how can I use that? What what you don't have? Yeah. Yes. And no, you don't have the laws microphone inside. But you can't say I mean, there's I looked at the nest guard press materials, there's nothing in the press materials. So at a bare minimum when you send out those review units every review unit you ever get comes with a little booklet that gives you all the tech specs in everything you need as a reviewer. That's not in there. And that's that is that's got that should be. And if it's in there, you put it you say a microphone has been -cluded is not an abled for for possible future use or something like that to to kind of credit, Hersey and control. Yeah. As a principal. I think they could have done that. And without any harm as I'm trying to think of why they might not have you think it's just tone deafness like they don't understand like I said competitiveness. You don't want to say like if there's a microphone in there. And guess your is you're going to tear downs of your products. But they're going to know they're going to know more than anybody else. Does say, oh, there's a microphone in here in five seconds are going to look at it say look at the microphone, right? Maybe a little longer than five seconds. But yes, I mean, they could see it. It's not hard to sound microphone. I would think. Unless you've never looked chips before something maybe knowing they they do. But I don't think I'll put it this way. I don't think you lose nefarious in not disclosing this. But I do think it was dumb that. They didn't disclose it.

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"cluding" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"cluding" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"I don't think I don't know. So I think it was Jinya in New York. So now, it's going to be Virginia somewhere else. You know, folks, the the running actually not the second round, I think so well folks in Virginia probably like don't say anything. Have you here? Yeah. Yeah. So the twenty twenty Democrats. Who are all extreme? It seems on many issues in cluding abortion. They're all silent right now on the data that shows voters poor oppose their abortion stance because it's just too extreme a lot of people in this country favor abortion. I don't know how this happened. But it did the vast majority of Americans I think it's sixty five or seventy percent favor abortion in the first term under like the Roe v. Wade guidelines it's gone way way way beyond that. But as a rule Americans are okay with the first trimester of murdering a baby in the first trimester. But a poll released by Susan b Anthony list on Wednesday found that seventy seven percent of likely general election voters favor legislation protecting children born through failed abortions and sixty two percent. Oppose efforts to expand late term abortions. Now while that's good. It should be these numbers should be even higher. Seventy seven percent favor protecting child if the abortion failed. So it's the child winds up being born and is alive. You're telling me twenty three percent of people are okay with ending that life. Doesn't say good things about our society. It's probably three percent. Okay. There's probably twenty percent that phone to your world famous. I don't know. I don't know. Save the baby kill the baby. Despite these numbers the democratic presidential contenders continue to support the women's health protection. Act. If implemented that Bill would invalidate any law that singles out abortion providers with medically unnecessary requirements and restrictions do not promote women women's health or safety and limit access to abortion services. So can't limit the access at all. What you need to do is keep these abortion clinics in these minority neighborhoods. So that we can continue to abort more minority babies than are actually born alive. That's the actual goal of the founder of Planned Parenthood. And it seems to still be there goal. This Bill was first introduced in the Senate in two thousand seventeen co sponsored by Democrats like Kamil, Harris, Elizabeth Warren, Cory Booker, Amy Clova, shar Bernie Sanders. The house version was backed by former congressman Beto Aurora. None of those individuals who are now either running for president or weighing a run responded to questions from the Washington free beacon about their support for legislation in light of all these new numbers were, you know, what the people don't want this kind of abortion freedom. They just they don't want it. Yeah. And the thing about laws bills. They're always titled the opposite of what they are. And this one here is women's health protection. Act. Right. Think about she Ford -able Care Act. It's always the opposite. Yes of what it's titled. Yeah. All right. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three. Let me tell you about Cosmo hurts kids and the campaign that Victoria, Hurst, his launched against cosmopolitan magazine, which is distributed by her family's company the hearse corporation..

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Grazing Deer Alter Forest Acoustics

60-Second Science

02:18 min | 3 years ago

Grazing Deer Alter Forest Acoustics

"This is science Americans. Sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd Yata thirty million whitetail deer. Now live in North America. That's a lot of deer Meghan goal. A sensory colleges at Vassar college in poughkeepsie New York in her Hudson valley locale, there is a recent estimates here that you could have somewhere between twenty and forty deer per square mile. These prolific grazers have been blamed for many things munching on baby trees, and that's a big problem because they are going to prevent forest regeneration. They also changed the structure of the forest under story, which is no good for birds that lived there for small road and set live there, and they contribute to the lime disease problem as tick hosts to all that we can now at a new accusation that deer or altering the very acoustics of the forest by pruning, trees and changing. The way sounds like bird calls travel through the trees gaulan her team investigated plots of forest where deer graze and others where they were. -cluded in each thirty by thirty foot plot they placed a speaker at one end playing white noise. Tones. Trills? And recorded it all with a microphone in the opposite corner. Then they use software to analyze the recorded sounds. They found that while there was no difference in the loudness of the captured sounds among the plots the recordings captured in the grazed upon plots did have higher sound fidelity. Meaning they were closer in quality to the original playback tracks now on the face of it that might sound like a good thing. But as gall explains if your sound has better fidelity, it's going to be able to be picked up by more individuals. And so if you're a territorial animal, you might get into more fights if you are worried about predators. Predators might have an easier time hearing him and so higher. Fidelity is not always better. The results are in the journal, plus one and be clear. The researchers are not arguing for any specific intervention here. Yeah. I mean, the deer situation it sits a little bit of a minefield people have. And I don't know how much I want to weigh in on it. But the findings might give advocates for increased deer management a bit more ammunition. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Don. Yata? Oh.

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"cluding" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

15:47 min | 3 years ago

"cluding" Discussed on KTRH

"He's got several books out to win -cluded terminated empire beneath the ice. Genesis six giants as well. Gosh. I remember when you started talking about giants on the program Stephen years ago. Our phone lines never stopped. It was just incredible. What a story. Oh. Stephen getting more interesting, George because again, we've I sent a team film team an exploratory team down to the Solomon Islands, and you can go on the internet and talk about, you know, type in Solomon island giants, and they're not talking about bones. They're still talking about living giants in the caves and in the underground and fascinating enough. You know, I could out in my DVD the Smithsonian DVD Egyptians and the Grand Canyon the Smithsonian cover up. We're talking about in in eighteen seventy seven to twenty one foot giant was seen in the Americas. And I think was Alabama by three hundred people so it becomes very problematic or all of the cover ups to continue because as as a the global global aluminum start to lose holes on different parts of the world. There are people that are going to blow the whistle and. I'm on record as stating that the greatest finds that will be revealed will most likely come from South America Duda. Greater earthquakes and the exposing of some of the underground civilizations. We're the ones that broke the story on the sheen Khanna, the advanced tunnel system that goes throughout South America, even in the North America and a lot of the US government basis and foreign government basis are built on that global underground tunnel system. So it's it's pretty interesting stuff. And I think it's going to become more in everyone's face. You know, dinosaurs to kids they loved dinosaurs. But the giants do people is specially when it comes to the bible, David Goliath, number thirteen thirty three Joshua and Caleb. Go onto the promised land, by the way, they just found the town of. Yeah. In the Middle East. We're came from. So it's interesting when we went to Sardinia. Teams there. Start Guinea's call of the giants from Sardinia the giants led all over the world. And so in Ecuador right now, there are people that are excavating. And they're keeping it quiet. And it's not it has nothing to do with us. But they're excavating, you know, eight nine foot giant skeletons under a facial excavation. So my my joy will be when people finally find out that the real history is just like you quoted Casey, they'll they'll know their efforts have succeeded the head of the CIA at the time when everything that people believe is alive. The American people believe is the converse of that is is that I believe there's nothing that's hitting that is going to be made a no-one reveal. And I think basically the cover up and cover over history is about ready to come undone and people are gonna see this stuff, by the way, the special I put out for coast to coast. Listeners tonight is on my front page, Quayle dot com. Saving thirty bucks to books for fifty bucks, Zeno Genesis and and terminated and from all the response I've gotten from around the world they said now we understand everything that we're seeing playing out. And again terminated means terminated even when the movie Terminator came out with Arnold Schwarzenegger. James cameron. The thing is is that the war was between robots or automatons. I Thomas killing machines, and humans, and that's where we're headed right now, George and behind the scenes DARPA defensive answer research projects agency has stopped that would blow most people's mind and Russia has their equivalent China has their next up. Let's go to Brett in Brighton Michigan. Hey, brad. Welcome to the program. Hi there. I came upon. Some rather provocative data on YouTube. What'd you get? It's the five G is a sterlization eugenics project. That's one of the presentations. What do you think of that? Stephen. Well, I believe that by G is gonna be very very dangerous very detrimental and the goal is putting up twenty thousand micro-satellites the being five G all over the whole planet. I'm magin if you will invisible prison bars, but also imagined George that, you know, our biological makeup the way God created us isn't going to do well in a microwave a global microwave net. And that's why I call five G five G death. So I call it Panera death, and I personally refuse in the day that they make me go to five G might Bongos away. My computer goes away because I inviting such detrimental biological attack. And and they say it's going to be so wonderful all of the stuff. They sell us. Wonderful ends up being used against us as a weapon or as an information. Gathering system and at the end of the day. It's all about control and destruction in my opinion. Do you think they start off thinking this is going to help us? And then something happens. Well, I think I think everything is happening. Even the smart meters. The people that are reporting such severe biological response to it. And there are people that suffer from literal electromagnetic exposure that they can't be around it. I know people that have to live in the woods it between mountains literally just to get away from the they're super sensitivity to it. So, unfortunately, when you mix that with chemicals like area and aluminum in the atmosphere, you're now getting a reflection and you're getting I if you will eight supercharging up the danger of Cam frail, spray next stop we have Pat and Minneapolis Minnesota. Hi, Pat, besides all the scriptural good warnings. I loved the warnings in the movie forbidden planet in about the robots in the movie invasion from Mars about letting them put ships under your skin. And in the movie. Well, most of all the saddest one is is twilight zone rod Serling and that actor Jack Klugman is a prisoner alone on a prison planet. He's the only one there. So they give him a robot woman. You remember that do that's one of the greatest shows about loneliness that ever was made. But anyway, I wanted to ask about the movie the book of inox by Denzel, Washington. And do you think that the book I haven't read it's called? We w e. That's an old. But I don't know if it's as old as nineteen Eighty-four. But is that worthwhile? Warning. I don't I'm unfamiliar with the book. We I think, you know, the Denzel Washington movie was called the book of ally. And so, you know, to my knowledge that was not the book of knock, you know. And for the record thirty antiquity teaches that there were three hundred sixty bucks by you knock was taking heaven and given all understanding and that be powerbrokers of the world control. We only have moments of a couple of different if you will fragments of chapters. We don't have the whole book. And then what most people never talk about is the book of giants. And if people wanna read those things for free, they go to my website Genesis six the number six giants dot com and read the ancient manuscripts. It's free. The book of Nakas there in the book of giants, and George and all the people I've talked to even most people on YouTube and stop very few of them talk about the book of giants. What are you hear these days? About cloning. Stephen, you know, there's that Chinese doctor who is in trouble. But what do you hear? Well, listen from a special operations, they have already and succeeded. I the cloning everything you're seeing is window-dressing. I have been told by military and real guys not not wanna be user like everybody. You remember the story? Everybody went to Vietnam was a sealer ranger something, you know, a lot more mechanics. No. I'm talking the real thing bake and accelerate the Michael Connery, and they can and already have produced human clones. Next up. Let's go to baby Joe. Hi oh Roberts with us. First time caller for Robert. And Lou there, sir. Hello. I have a few questions about the the Hollywood theory. Like legitimacy of various engines like that triangle. I can't remember the specific name. It was the something be where it was three Greek balls in the triangle pyramid. But where would you go to get the specific information on all of this on all of this structure? And also could you talk about the cult of Saturn? That is so prolific in symbolism in our culture and world as well. As like, the major religions. Well, first of all the idea that all all of the planets, all of the planets moons. If you notice they all have Greek names, they all have Roman names, and they're all named after the demagogues pretty much of Greek mythology and and the answer question. I gotta teach you to things and share two things when you're dealing with the titans, you're dealing with the fallen angels when you're dealing with the Olympia, you're dealing with pretty much the giants of ancient history in them the mighty men of renown. So the thing that's important to remember is that all the knowledge of the stars and everything that mankind possesses in warfare. And all this was given to them by the fallen angels. And that's what's called the knowledge of good and evil. So when you're dealing with the understanding of all of the different, quote, unquote, heavenly bodies or the difference. Galaxies everything like that. You're talking about a solar system. That's very very old and one of the books that you don't answer your question. I write about this stuff. So my book empire beneath the ice takes into consideration. A lot of this stuff is specially in the supernatural realm when Georgian I I started talking about that two or three years ago when I released empire beneath the ice, they had just found Heinrich Himmler's sixty six thousand volume occult library, and in that this is what this is. Why people don't understand the the the the Germans were all over the world in the Antarctic and the Arctic, and it's my contention that the hollow earth theory as you're telling it, and I'm not talking about going into the core of the earth, but you know, two hundred to four hundred miles into the different areas of the world, especially in the ad. Hundred volcanoes and interestingly enough in twenty thousand leagues under the sea the island for the for the whole Nautilus crew. And captain nemo was called bulk Kanye or volcano. Yeah. I think. Yeah. And the thing that's interesting about that is the eyewitness testimony of people that have been in the ant Arctic that it's a sub tropical paradise underneath the two and a half the three mile. I see. Next up. Stephen, let's go to Mike in Auburn Washington will squeegee in here. Michael go ahead. Hello, george. Thank you for taking my call. Welcome. Thank you. Hi, steve. Hello. Yeah. I have a question for you with over genetic manipulation, and the kind of robot reproducing kinda programs can you name any specific movie that you would stay very accurate in describing such as the stepford wives or things like that that replaced people we know with artificial intelligence, whether it be biological or mechanical computerized people that look just like the rest of us. Well, I'll tell you what there's and I'm going to take you back. I think nine hundred twenty seven nineteen twenty eight because believe it or not Fritz Lang's metropolis. And there are some great overviews on the tropics, but if you wanna come into the contemporary biological. I mean, you can deal with the movie splice, I think splice was the most disturbing movie that's been out in the last decade, not because it's a slasher gore and blood, but because at the very end, the artificial life form turns into a fallen angel and sprouts wings, you remember that George. I sure do. And so so the thing is is that splice, obviously, you have you have a lot of different science fiction. My statement on science fiction and science fiction is nothing more than the declaration of science that they now possess being floated out into a quote almost an entertainment. Context in order for people to say, that's just science fiction. Look at Star Trek look at all the the the denials of water on Mars and water on the moon and ancient civilizations on different planets and stuff, and I gotta tell you something the greatest cover up and cover over street is the idea that, you know, this all of this alien UFO stuff in my my view is going to be absolutely the pro media thing, it's a false paradigms the bible talks about obviously, Warren heaven coming dirt the devil and his angels his angels. And the idea of of the acceleration time, which we dealt with earlier in the program. If you think twenty eighteen went fast watch twenty nineteen because twenty nine hundred twenty twenty things are speeding up. So fast. It's hard for everybody to keep keep up. It's really going to overwhelm everyone. Especially with the revelation of you know, the the cover up of ancient flying machines of ancient technology of advanced cloning. And by the way, it was even in the legends of the golden age of hyper Bauria, Lantis la-. Miriam you all this stuff. It was when the inhabitants of the planet started combining their DNA with animal that that's when the judgment fell, and I don't believe that. This generation has been a scape..

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"cluding" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

14:16 min | 3 years ago

"cluding" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Got several books out to win -cluded terminated empire beneath the ice. Genesis six giants as well. Gosh. I remember when you started talking about giants on the program Stephen years ago. Our phone lines never stopped. It was just incredible. What a story. Well, and it's even getting more interesting, George because again, we've I sent a team film team an exploratory team Donald Solomon Islands, and you can go on the internet and talk about, you know, type in Solomon island giants, and they're not talking about bones. They're still talking about living giants in the caves and in the underground and fascinating enough. You know, I could out in my DVD now the Smithsonian DVD Egyptians and the Grand Canyon the Smithsonian cover up. We're talking about in in eighteen seventy seven twenty one foot giant was seen in the Americas. And I think it was Alabama by three hundred people. So it becomes very problematic for all of the cover ups to continue because as as a the global global aluminum start to lose holes on different parts of the world. There are people that. They're going to blow the whistle. And I'm on record as stating that the greatest fines that will be revealed will most likely come from South America due to greater earthquakes, and the exposing of some of the underground civilizations. We're the ones that broke the story on the sheen Kana, the advanced tunnel system that goes throughout South America, even in the North America and a lot of the US government basis and foreign government basis are built on that global underground tunnel system. So it's pretty interesting stuff. And I think it's going to become more in everyone's face. You know, dinosaurs to kids they love dinosaurs. But the giants do people is especially when it comes to the bible, David Goliath, number thirteen thirty three Joshua and Caleb going to the promised land, by the way, they just found the town of. Yeah. In the Middle East. We're I came from. So it's interesting. When we went to Sardinian centerfield teams there star Guinea's called the island of the giants in from Sardinia. The giants led all over the world. And so in Ecuador right now, there are people that are excavating. And they're keeping it quiet. And it's not it has nothing to do with us. But they're excavating, you know, eight nine foot giant skeletons under a facial excavation. So my my joy will be when people finally find out that the real history is just like you quoted Casey, they'll they'll know their efforts have succeeded the head of the CIA at the time when everything that people believe is alive. The American people believe is ally, the converse of that is that I believe there's nothing that's hidden. That is going to be made a no one and reveal and I think basically the cover up and cover over of history is about ready to come undone and people are going to see this stuff. And by the way, the special I put out for Costa. Post listeners tonight is on my front page, Quayle dot com. Saving thirty bucks to books for fifty bucks, Zeno Genesis and and terminated and from all the response I've gotten from around the world they said now we understand everything that we're seeing playing out. And again terminated means terminated even when the movie Terminator came out with Arnold Schwarzenegger. James cameron. The thing is is that the war was between robots or automatons, I tournaments killing machines, and humans, and that's where we're headed right now, George and behind the scenes DARPA defensive answer research projects agency has stopped that would blow most people's mind and Russia has equivalent at China has their one next up. Let's go to Brett in Brighton Michigan. Hey, Brent welcome to the program. George. I came upon. Some rather provocative data on YouTube. What'd you get? Let's the five G is sterilization eugenics project. That's one of the presentations. What do you think of that? Stephen. Well, I believe that five G is gonna be very very dangerous very detrimental and the goal is putting up twenty thousand micro-satellites the being five G all over the whole planet. Imagine if you will invisible prison bars, but also imagined George that, you know, our biological make up the way God created us isn't going to do well in a microwave a global microwave net. And that's why I call five G five G death. So I call it panel death, and I personally refuse in the day that they make me go to five G might Bongos away. My computer goes away because I inviting such detrimental biological attack. And they they sell it as if it's going to be so wonderful all of the stuff, they sell those wonderful ends up being used against us as a weapon or as an information gathering system. And at the end of the day. It's all. About control and destruction in my opinion. Do you think they start off thinking this is going to help us? And then something happens. Well, I think everything is happening. Even the smart meters. The people that are reporting such severe biological response to it. And there are people that suffer from literal electromagnetic exposure that they can't be around it. I know people that have to live in the woods it between mountains literally just to get away from the they're super sensitivity to it. So, unfortunately, when you mix that with chemicals like area and aluminum and the atmosphere, you're now getting a reflection and you're getting I if you will eight supercharging up the danger up the Cam frail spray next up we have Pat in Minneapolis Minnesota. Hi, Pat, besides all the scriptural good warnings. I loved the warnings in the movie forbidden planet in about the robots in the movie invasion from Mars about letting them put ships under your skin. And in the movie. Well, most of all the saddest one is is twilight zone rod Serling and that actor Jack Klugman who's a prisoner alone on a prison planet who's the only one there. So they give him a robot woman. You remember that do that's one of the greatest shows about loneliness that ever was made. But anyway, I wanted to ask about the movie the book of inox by Denzel, Washington. And do you think that the books? I haven't read it's called. We w e that's an old. But I don't know if it's as old as nineteen eighty four, but his that worthwhile warning. I don't I'm unfamiliar with the book. We I think, you know, the Denzel Washington movie was called the book ally. And so, you know, to my knowledge that was not the book of Iraq, you know, and for the record thirty antiquity teaches that there were three hundred and sixty bucks by taking the heaven and given all understanding and that the powerbrokers of the world control. We only have fragments of a couple of different if you will fragments of chapters. We don't have the whole book. And then what most people never talk about is the book of giants. And if people wanna read those things for free, they go to my website Genesis six the number six giants dot com and read the ancient manuscripts. It's free. The book Nakas there in the book of giants, and George and all the people I've talked to even most people on YouTube and stuff very few of them talk about the book of giants. What are you hear these days? About cloning. Stephen, you know, there's that Chinese doctor who is in trouble. But what do you hear? Well, listen from especial operation, they have already seeded and succeeded. I the cloning everything you're seeing is window dressing. I have been told by military and real guys not not wanna be user like everybody. You remember the story? Everybody went to Vietnam was the CEO or ranger or something, you know, and a lot more mechanics. No, I'm talking the real thing. They can accelerate the mitral Connery, and they can and already have produced human clones. Next stop. Let's go to the bay Bill. Joe? Hi Roberts with us. First time caller for Robert and low there, sir. Hello. Hi there. I have two questions about the the Holloway theory, and like legitimacy various engines like that. Triangle? I can't remember the specific name of it. It was something be where it was three Greek balls in the triangle, and they said periods where would you go to get these specific information on all of this on all of the structure and also could you talk about the cult of Saturn? That is so prolific in symbolism in our culture and world as well. As like, the major religions. Well, first of all the idea that all all of the planets, all of the planets moons. If you notice they all have Greek names, they all have Roman names, and they're all named after the demagogues pretty much of Greek mythology and and the answer question. I gotta teach you to things and share two things when you're dealing with the titans, you're dealing with the fallen angels when you're dealing with the Olympia NHS, you're dealing with pretty much the giants of ancient history in them the mighty men of renown. So the thing that's important to remember is that all the knowledge of the stars and everything that mankind possesses in warfare. And all this was given to them by the fallen angels. And that's what's called the knowledge of good and evil. So when you're dealing with the understanding of all of the different pulled on quotes, heavenly bodies or the difference. Galaxies everything like that. You're talking about a solar system. That's very very old and one of the books that you don't answer your question. I write about this stuff. So my book empire beneath the ice takes into consideration. A lot of this stuff is specially in the supernatural realm when George, and I I started talking about that two or three years ago when I released empire beneath the ice, they had just found Heinrich Himmler's sixty six thousand volume occult library, and in that this is what this is. Why people don't understand the the the the Germans were all over the world both in the Antarctic and the Arctic, and it's my contention that the hollow earth theory as you're telling it is I'm not talking about going into the core of the earth, but you know, two hundred to four hundred miles into their different areas of the world, especially in the end. One hundred volcanoes and interestingly enough in twenty thousand leagues under the sea the island for the for the whole Nautilus crew. And captain nemo was called bulk Kanye or volcano. I think and the thing that's interesting about that is the eyewitness testimony of people that have been in the Arctic that it's a sub tropical paradise underneath the two and a half the three mile. I see. Next up. Stephen, let's go to Mike in Auburn Washington. Will squeeze you in here. Michael go ahead. Hello, george. Thank you for taking my call. Welcome. Thank you. Steve. Hello. Yeah. I have a question for you with all of us genetic manipulation kind of robot reproducing kinda programs. Can you name any specific movie that you would stay very accurate in describing such as the stepford wives or things like that that replaced people we know with artificial intelligence, whether it be biological or mechanical computerized people that, you know, looking at just like the rest of us. Well, I'll tell you what there's and I'm going to take your back. I think nineteen twenty seven nineteen twenty eight because leave it or not Fritz Lang's metropolis. And there are some great overviews on metropolis, but if you wanna come into the contemporary biological. I mean, you can deal with the movie splice, I think splice was the most disturbing move. Movie that's been out in the last decade. Not because it's a slasher gore and blood, but because at the very end, the artificial life form turns into a fallen angel and sprouts wings, you remember that George. I sure do. And so so the thing is is that splice, obviously Gatica you have a lot of different science fiction. My statement on science fiction science fiction is nothing more than the declaration of science that they now possess being floated out into a quote almost an entertainment context in order for people just say, oh, that's just science fiction..

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"cluding" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

14:16 min | 3 years ago

"cluding" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"He's got several books out to win -cluded terminated empire beneath the ice. Genesis six giants as well. Gosh. I remember when you started talking about giants on the program Stephen years ago. Our phone lines never stopped. It was just incredible. What a story. Oh, well, and it's even getting more interesting, George because again, we've I sent a team film team an exploratory team down to the Solomon Islands, and you can go on the internet and talk about tightening Solomon island giants, and they're not talking about bones. They're still talking about living giants in the caves and in the underground and fascinating enough. You know, I could out in my DVD now the Smithsonian DVD Egyptians and the Grand Canyon the Smithsonian cover up talking about in in eighteen seventy seven or twenty one foot giant was seen in the Americas. And I think with Alabama by three hundred people so it becomes very problematic for all of the cover ups to continue because as as a the global. What would you say the global aluminum start to lose holes on different parts of the world? There are people. They're going to blow the whistle. And I'm on record is stating that the greatest finds that will be revealed will most likely come from South America due to greater quakes. And the exposing of some of the underground civilizations. We're the ones that broke the story on the sheen Khanna, the advanced tunnel system that goes throughout South America, even in the North America and a lot of the US government basis and born government basis are built on that global underground tunnel system. So it's pretty interesting stuff. And I think it's going to become more in everyone's face. You know, dinosaurs to kids they loved dinosaurs. But the giants do people is specially when it comes to the bible, David Goliath numbers thirteen thirty three Joshua and Caleb to the promised land, by the way, they just found the town of. Yeah. In the Middle East. We're Goliath came from. So it's interesting. When we went to Sardinian Senator film teams there. Start Guinea's called the island of the giants from Sardinia the giants led all over the world. And so in Ecuador right now, there are people that are excavating. And they're keeping it quiet. And it's not it has nothing to do with us. But they're excavating, you know, eight nine foot giant skeletons under a special excavation. So my my joy will be when people finally find out that the real history. It's just like you quoted Casey, they'll they'll know their efforts have succeeded the head of the CIA at the time when everything that people believe is alive. The American people believe is ally, the converse of that is is that I believe there's nothing that's hidden that who's going to be made a no-one revealed. And I think basically the cover up and cover over history is about ready to come on done and people are gonna see this stuff, by the way, the special. I'd put out for Costa. Post listeners tonight is on my front page dot com. Saving thirty bucks to books for fifty bucks, Zeno Genesis and and terminated and from all the response I've gotten from around the world they said now we understand everything that we're seeing playing out. And again terminated means terminated even when the movie Terminator came out with Arnold Schwarzenegger. James cameron. The thing is is that the war was between robots or atomic bombs. I Thomas killing machines, and humans, and that's where we're headed right now, George and behind the scenes DARPA defensive answer research projects agency has stopped that would blow most people's mind and Russia has their equivalent China has their equivalent next up. Let's go to Brett in Brighton Michigan. Hey, welcome to the program. George c. I came upon. Some rather provocative data on YouTube. What'd you get? Let's see five G is sterilization eugenics graduate. That's one of the presentations. What do you think of that? Stephen. Well, I believe that five G is going to be very very dangerous very detrimental and the goal is putting up twenty thousand micro-satellites the bean five G all over the whole planet. Imagine if you will invisible prison bars, but also imagined George that, you know, our biological makeup the way God created us isn't going to do well in a microwave, a global microwave nap, and that's why I call five G five G death. So I call it PANA death, and I personally refuse in the day that they make me go to five G, Mike Bongos away. My computer goes away because inviting such detrimental biological attack. And and they they sell it as if it's going to be so wonderful all of the stuff, they sell those wonderful ends up being used against us as a weapon or as an information. Gathering system and at the end of the day. It's all about control and destruction in my opinion. Do you think they start off thinking this is going to help us? And then something happens. Well, I think I think everything is happening. Even the smart meters. The people that are reporting such severe biological response to it. And there are people that suffer from literal electromagnetic exposure that they can't be around it. I know people that have to live in the woods it between mountains literally just to get away from the they're super sensitivity to it. So, unfortunately, when you mix that with chemicals like barium and aluminum in the atmosphere, you're now getting a reflection and you're getting I if you will eight supercharging of the danger of the Cam frail spray next up we have Pat and Minneapolis Minnesota. Hi, Pat, besides all the scriptural good warnings. I loved the warnings in the movie forbidden planet in about the robots in the movie invasion from Mars about letting them put ships under your skin. And in the movie. Well, most of all the saddest one is is twilight zone rod Serling and that actor Jack Klugman who's a prisoner alone on a prison planet who's the only one there. So they give him a robot woman. You remember that? Sure. Do that's one of the greatest shows about loneliness that ever was made. But anyway, I wanted to ask about the movie the book of ENA by Denzel, Washington. And do you think that the book I haven't read it's called? We w e. That's an old. But I don't know if it's as old as nineteen Eighty-four. But is that worthwhile? Warning. I don't I'm unfamiliar with the book. We I think, you know, the Denzel Washington movie was called the book of ally. And so, you know, to my knowledge that was not the book of e knock, you know, 'em for the record dirty antiquity teaches that there were three hundred and sixty bucks by knock was taking the heaven and given all understanding and that the power powerbrokers of the world control. We only have bright moments of a couple of different if you will fragments of chapters. We don't have the whole book. And then what most people never talk about is the book of giants. And if people wanna read those things for free, they go to my website Genesis six the number six giants dot com and read the ancient manuscripts. It's free the book there and the book of giants, and George and all the people that I've talked to even most people on YouTube and stuff very few of them talk about the book of giants. What do you hear these days? About cloning. Stephen, you know, there's that Chinese doctor who is in trouble. But what do you hear? Well, listen from special operation, they have already seeded and succeeded. I be cloning everything you're seeing is window dressing. I have been told by military and real guys, not not, you know, wanna be user like everybody. You remember the story? Everybody went to Vietnam was a CEO or a ranger or something, you know, a lot more mechanics. No, I'm talking the real thing. They can accelerate the Michael Conrad, and they can and already have Kurdish human clones. Next stop. Let's go to the bay village Ohio Roberts with us. First time caller for Robert. And Lou there, sir. Hello. I have a few questions about the the Holloway theory. Legitimacy of various engines like that. That's fine. I can't remember the specific name of it was the something be where it was three Greek balls in the triangle pyramid. Where would you go to get these specific information on all of this on all of the structure and also could you talk about the cult of Saturn? That is so prolific in symbolism in our culture and world as well. As like, the major religions. Well, first of all the idea that all of the planets all of the planets moons. If you notice they all have Greek names, they all have Roman names, and they're all named after the demagogues pretty much of Greek mythology and and to answer questions. I gotta teach you to things and share two things when you're dealing with the titans, you're dealing with the fallen angels when you're dealing with the Olympia NHS, you're dealing with pretty much the giants of ancient history in them the mighty men of renown. So the thing that's important to remember is that all the knowledge of the stars and everything that mankind possesses in warfare. And all this was given to them by the fallen angels. And that's what's called the knowledge of good and evil. So when you're dealing with the understanding of all of the different, quote, unquote, heavenly bodies or the different. Galaxies everything like that. You're talking about a solar system. That's very very old and one of the books that you don't answer your question. I write about this stuff. So my book empire beneath the ice takes into consideration. A lot of this stuff is specially in the supernatural realm when George, and I I started talking about that two or three years ago when I released empire beneath the ice, they had just found Heinrich Himmler's sixty six thousand volume library, and in that this is what this is. Why people don't understand the the the the Germans were all over the world both in the Antarctic and the Arctic, and it's my contention that the hollow earth theory as you're telling it, and I'm not talking about going into the core of the earth, but you know, two hundred to four hundred miles into the different areas of the world, especially in the end. One hundred volcanoes and interestingly enough in twenty thousand leagues under the sea the island for the for the whole Nautilus crew. And captain nemo was called bulk Kanye or volcano. Yeah. I think and the thing that's interesting about that is the eyewitness testimony of people that have been in the Arctic that it's a sub tropical paradise underneath the two and a half the three mile. I see. Next up. Stephen, let's go to Mike in Auburn Washington. Will squeeze you in here. Michael go ahead. Hello, george. Thank you for taking my call. Welcome. Thank you Icees. Hello. Yeah. I have a question for you with all of us genetic manipulation and kind of robot reproducing programs. Can you name any specific movie that you would stay is very accurate in describing such as the stepford wives or things like that that replaced people we know with artificial intelligence, whether it be biological or mechanical computerized people that looking at just like the rest of us. Well, I'll tell you what there's and I'm gonna take you back. I think nineteen twenty seven nineteen twenty eight because believe it or not Fritz Lang's metropolis, and there are some great overviews on metropolis, but if you wanna come into the contemporary biological. I mean, you can deal with the movie splice, I think splice was the most disturbing movie that's been out in the last decade, not because it's a slasher gore and blood, but because at the very. End the artificial life form turns into a fallen angel and sprouts wings, you remember that George. I sure do. And so so the thing is that splice, obviously, you have you have a lot of different science fiction. My statement on science fiction and science fiction is nothing more than the declaration of science that they now possess being floated out into a quote almost an entertainment context in order for people just say, that's just science fiction..

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"cluding" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"cluding" Discussed on Around the NFL

"The lions coach three days later, and it was a little bit awkward because it was like you're supposed to be this defensive guru. And you just got shredded in the biggest game your life. I am Agean lions fans were little you know, worried about that. And they're probably still worried about Babbit treasure that the dolphins fans dolphins fence. Don't get a lot of nice things. But even hats of Hake, our friend, who's a Miami fan has the great now all of a sudden like, well, we got the gifted. Defensive mind of generation. But that's what this game spawns a lot of optimism. Sure in Miami tonight. After what we saw other defensive personnel. Wasn't that much better this year than it was a year ago the end so you have to credit the coaching for being better eight they were better throughout the season on defense? And they were especially better the last five weeks, I was difference. And speaking of like how different this year is this is our one the one year anniversary the Super Bowl was of Josh mcdaniels getting announced as the head coach of the Indianapolis Colts. And it's like you have these two old defensive Mino floors did a great job to. But ultimately, you have these two older defensive mines had been in a league for thirty or forty years. Bill bell, Jack Wade Phillips put an on them them young mcdaniels y'all Sean McVay in a year that always did was talk about often much Guay is it's in the realm of marks is that it was a humbling night for Sean McVay and company but their quarterback. It was a tough tough game for jarred. We're gonna get into. All that. And then the big plays in this game. But I just didn't think off, you know. I don't think he rose in the moment. And I know the offense of line did not have a good game in that shouldn't be overlooked either. Los Angeles line allowed the quarterback to get hit and hit a lot and the young quarterback Jared Goff wilted. I think in this game in cluding and the two biggest two of the biggest plays of the game. He made fatal mistakes so Jared Goff. I still he is still obviously guy that Rams fans Sean McVeigh should believe in. But this is the game that says oh. I'll remember him coming up small this. I mean, we talked at times where let's diagnose one weakness that the patriots. You know could be hurt by it for at times. It was their lack of pass rush. Yeah. Night. They were so disruptive again you were playing essentially at let stadium Tom Brady said that right up to the game. So if for the second game in a row Jared Goff in the Rams were dealing with insane noise and a lopsided crowd. But they got him. They rushed they blitzed unlike half their snaps on defense. They went after that annoy, you then you started the show of that. The patriots crowd was that in your have though not at all. In fact, this is the least annoying patriots Super Bowl ever been a part of discuss. There wasn't a lot of like juice in the sense of. There was no epic comeback. There was no snatching victory from the jaws of defeat. It was just a patriots team that kind of outlasted that opponent that just wasn't ready for this game and wasn't able to get the job than it wasn't like a heartbreaking Ryan for the patriots from. Pay if the fans because it wasn't advantage in the legit. But what I what I meant to say was that we were here all week, and this place this whole city. Atlanta was teaming it was lousy with patriots fans. And I think an Uber driver said to me yesterday all the Rams fans are getting into today. And I was like I don't think so and I never did show up. There. The telling moment for me was I was walking around the convention center outside the stadium before the game. And they had dozens and dozens of people that worked either for the league for the Rams trying to hand out these yellow rally towels for free trying to give out five at a time..

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"cluding" Discussed on Upgrade

Upgrade

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"cluding" Discussed on Upgrade

"I don't know how usable it is. But looked interesting. And then Lauren good kind of posted an aqua about this. We've just the best headline that sums up this whole trend have phones become boring will they're about to get wit. And that's I think kinda cool thing about this like an you'd you meant you pull this out like in your link posts six collars, it's going to be a lot of his stuff that is rubbish this going to happen in these phones. Oh, yeah. Cluding Samson's about to. They're about to a hole in the front of the fun where they just put the camera who knows if that's going to be good on all. But the point is like this year, maybe next year there's going to be some stuff that is good. But we're going to go through a lot of weird to get there. But that's fun and exciting because phones have kind of maybe on a little bit boring. Yeah, we're going to end enter that period. Where I think there's going to be less true of apple because apple is more careful about this. This is what we talked about last week. My piece for Tom's guide about foldable phones, and how Appleton's to sit on the sidelines a little bit until it feels like it's really got a good idea because it doesn't feel that pressure. To be first out the gate with something. That's not very good. But is new and but a lot of other people are going to buy phones that have super weird features in them. And we're gonna go through the cycle for the next, you know, year or two or maybe more who knows where everybody's trying out all these different things. And you know, the phone makers themselves are going to find out based on the reception of them whether people actually use these features actually like these features. They hate these features. They make the phones worse. So you'll end up with even more of the kind of point and laugh products. Then we usually get, you know, every now, and then there's a weird product and everybody just goes that's ridiculous. We're gonna get a lot of those. And that's what lowering goods really saying here is there's going to be experimentation experimentation is good. It is there will there will always be some company that is willing to make a product based on a feature that is half baked and impractical. Because they feel like it will get them attention, and it will although not necessarily the good kind of attention. And that's just the tech industry has been doing that. And I think products in general, but tech in particular for a very long time. There have been all sorts of outlandish phones and before that computers, and you look back on some of them. And you're like what were they thinking? And the answer was they didn't know what they were thinking they were trying stuff to see. And sometimes you try stuff in it works. And that's why they try it in part. So yeah, it will be very entertaining to watch thing is like, I know I completely agree with you a bunch of companies his jump on this like royale, royally and ROY. With cheese yet. But the point like the wider technology needs these companies because it pushes the technology forward..

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Boyfriend of Morgan Freeman’s Step-Granddaughter Sentenced to 20 Years for Her Stabbing Death

Radio From Hell

01:28 min | 3 years ago

Boyfriend of Morgan Freeman’s Step-Granddaughter Sentenced to 20 Years for Her Stabbing Death

"Sentencing of the man who killed Morgan Freeman's, granddaughter, the defendant's family screamed in in the courtroom that it was all Morgan Freeman's fault. Alleging that he had sexually abused. The victim when she was younger his own granddaughter Morgan Freeman molested her and he caused this. He did this Lamar Davenport's mother yelled to a reporter as she was ushered out of the court for shouting to her son when Justice Ellen Bye-bye on handed down a twenty year sentence. He's innocent. It was an accident. She insisted he allegations of an affair between Morgan Freeman. And his step granddaughter at dinner Hines were made by the defense during Davenport's murder trial in Manhattan supreme court Freeman has strongly denied the allegations. Davenport was convicted of stabbing MS Hines who was his girlfriend more than twenty five times in August of two thousand fifteen on west one hundred sixty second street, he was in the throes of a PCP induced range when he murdered her in full of neighbors and pedestrians in a partial win for the defense. Mr davin. Port was found guilty of the lesser in -cluded charge manslaughter, you waive jury trial leaving his fate entirely in hands of the judge who sentenced him to twenty years. And now maybe it's finally finally behind Morgan Freeman.

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The veteran suicide rate is alarming. Why aren't we doing more?

The Frankie Boyer Show

05:12 min | 3 years ago

The veteran suicide rate is alarming. Why aren't we doing more?

"Of veterans that are committing suicide every day is alarming. Men and women taking their own life their own lives. Why? Why are we not hearing more from doctors like you speaking out and sharing this information? I think it's because of the amount of doctors who deal with traumatic brain injury. There's only eight to ten percent of all healthcare providers across the board in our nation who deal with individuals with traumatic brain injury. Okay. So I think that is a major problem. The other thing is it wasn't really until around the time of the war in two thousand five two thousand seven where we began developing the technology to actually look inside what was going on in these kinds of injuries, and that was with very specialized MRI's like diffusion tensor imaging which is who we utilize Dr Michael Lipton at Albert Einstein. College of medicine, there's only a handful of docks at that time neuro radiologist who were looking inside the brain. So okay. We're now ten years later, though, I would expect a little bit more participation of the VA and the civilian world the civilian world. We're ninety nine percent of the resources. You know, we need to be -cluded. India question of taking care of our veterans on a much larger scale than just the choice act. So you had you lost the ability to speak simple sentences. Tasks you couldn't dial a phone. I couldn't. Yeah. Am I am or I was normal? The conventional MRI was one man. And I was just very blessed. My colleagues realized if I wasn't speaking that was an issue. Our poor young veterans coming back did not get that same response. Do you know what I mean? And we as a nation to stand up and say, no, they do have issues, and it is our responsibility to help reintegrate them. And let's get clear here in order to rehab a brain with mild traumatic brain injury. It may take three to six months on the average of your kind of retraining the vision retraining their ability to balance retraining some of their thought processes, but then they're often running. I mean, why do we not invest that up front? That's what I'm saying. I'm very blessed to be working with a group of software engineers in in a company gray matter innovations, and what we are working on is kinda digit suitable response. Like, we're going to treat our veterans with virtual reality. Where they will be able to utilize a headset in a computer at home multiple times a day. We cannot expect our young veterans to travel thirty forty fifty miles to VA center. Three times a week. You know, it is ineffective. It's expensive and ineffective. So what I am advocating. That's why I really cannot. Thank you enough. Is that we need as a nation to abrasive and give them technology to rehab there. Right. Because let me tell you all of these young men and women are used to strapping on a helmet and taking orders, you know, let the warrior being charge of their own care. And that's what we are advocating and the book was kind of like, the the the tipping point. I if I can get this word out there and enough of our young veterans and their families can read it and get to the proper sources, and we get our legislators to read this and understand it. So that we can literally open up some of these services in the civilian world tour veterans, we would be a lot stronger. Nation. I'm listening to you doctor, and I'm just seeing all of the hope and the enthusiasm and what you're bringing to the table this book turn the lights on. Is really powerful. And if you didn't have this experience, you probably could not related understand what our vets are going through. Absolutely. I consider. It was the the universe drafting me at that moment and. The most important thing that happened is eyeballing tiered a couple of days a month at the VA to do their traumatic brain injury screening, which was fat enough in two thousand and eight meaning that there were no other physicians who want to okay. Doctor. I'm going to have you back with gives us the website of how people can find out about the documentary about the book in the work that you're doing surely, our website is resurrecting lives dot org and on there. You can click and watch the forty three minute documentary. You can also see a link for Amazon, which is where the book is being sold both in favor of back copy and in kindle copy. So I will tell you that a lot of people we've had in the month of December alone, like eleven emails of young veterans who were struggling as you said and said, you know, this book really did give me hoping got me. Thank you so much. We'll be back in

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"cluding" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"cluding" Discussed on KCRW

"Have teaching credentials, but are not in the teacher's union. Have also been assigned to work in specific schools were areas. If there is a strike later this week, there's a rally and a vigil tonight in West Hollywood outside the apartment of a longtime political donor and a well known figure in LGBTQ political circles where a group of activists is calling for Ed buck to be a. Arrested and prosecuted in the most recent death of a man inside his home. The LA county sheriff's department says another man overdosed on drugs early this morning. Law enforcement have not released the man's name. But it is the second time in recent years. Local authorities have found someone dead at Ed bucks. Home back in two thousand seventeen the county coroner's office team that twenty six year old Jamal Moore died of an accidental methamphetamine overdose. The sheriff's department says buck was at his apartment at the time of both deaths. Buck has not however faced any charges the long battle over California's ban on flog raw appears to be over the US supreme court today rejected the latest challenge to the state law and that's frustrating. High end chefs here in the Golden State, here's KCRW's narrow Sassaman the supreme court declined to hear an appeal by producers of fog Ryan cluding, a Canadian group representing duck and goose farmers. That means a two thousand seventeen ruling by the ninth circuit court of appeals will stand for grows made from the fattened. Livers of ducks and geese that have been force fed corn for some it's a delicacy. But animal rights groups, say the process is painful and cruel and state legislators. Agreed. California's ban was passed in two thousand four and took effect in two thousand twelve that's when restaurants had to take it off their menus or look for legal loopholes like offering it for free. Darrelle Sassaman six thirty four KCRW sponsors include Twentieth Century, Fox with bohemian rhapsody, the story of Queen and their frontman, Freddie. Mercury now nominated.

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Researchers Have Found A Link Between Eye Color And Seasonal Affective Disorder

Dr. Daliah

01:07 min | 3 years ago

Researchers Have Found A Link Between Eye Color And Seasonal Affective Disorder

"The open access journal of behavioral sciences psychology. And it sampled one hundred seventy five students at two different universities one in South Wales. Ended other in Cyprus scientists gave us a questionnaire that helped quote estimate the extent to which an individual varies and lewd with the seasons. Study says noting the questions were specifically help to determine the person's changes sleep appetite energy weight and beyond during the fall. The winter they said based on the responses people with lighter blue eyes scored significantly lower on the seasonal patterns questionnaire dark or Brown is these studies that they're really not that hard to do you guys ever wanted to do a study. I mean, look at this survey people one hundred seventy five students, you survey people yet, those is those the Brown eyes do a survey, and you publish a study these studies are pretty damn easy. Pretty damn easy. Workman. Also noted the study's findings echo previous research. Second -cluded darker colored eyes are more prone to depression than those with the blue is why

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"cluding" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

Collider Movie Talk

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"cluding" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

"I do I'll take it take well or fresh making a post Jeff Snyder. That's didn't quite make. You didn't make quite man. He was typing fear that we've been Jen minute images or just. We. They're offering. This is something I have emailed Sony about this on October fifteenth twenty eighteen wow this last year. Oh my God. Scooped. Yes. I'm not exactly I don't. I don't know if I'd consider it scoop. We put her name out there in that jump street store. You remember I said, the Tiffany haddish and Aquafina we're in talks for the jump street movie and -cluded a little nugget that she was up for this movie as well. She was still considering it, you know, they didn't know whether they wanted to pay her for this big big budget sequel or whatever, but they've they've found the room they found the room in the budget for I think, she's a great addition to this cast with the rock and Kevin Hart. Jack black Karen Gillan is it's a fun franchise for. I don't know how big the rule will be because obviously you have to give a ton of screen time to to that original foursome. But you know, I think that this shows that Hollywood was paying attention last year to how much people liked Aquafina in both crazy, rich, Asians and even oceans eight. She was one of the bright spots in that movie. So yeah, I it's a good move for her and Sony just loves her. They'd love to have her in everything. Well, here's what's interesting to me rallies. I look at Aquafina and the screen sign that. Was given in crazy rich, Asians and oceans eight it's probably about the same yet. I felt like I was so under served in oceans eight I wanted more of aqua FINA where I felt she was a perfect complimentary player to what we got with crazier. It's asian. So to just point how much can you utilize any newcomer into a cast that we already have four stars that we want to see more of and their interactions together. Well, I mean based on this report, she has what a pivotal role a key role in when we get these castings of newer characters coming into a franchise. It's always that little blurb that says in a key role. So your guesses as good as mine, I Jonas was in a key role in the first one exactly screen didn't have a whole lot. So remains to be seen. I think it's just when you have a great talent like Aquafina, and he added to a really great mix of talent that we've seen in the previous movie. How are you going to say no excited for it? She still thought she stole the movie out of all those other women and oceans. She she I think she definitely did. But yeah. Like, she was short changed in that foam because you know, she's not Cape land. Yeah. So is it going to be a similar thing here? We don't know. I think it's great. She absolutely will this movie is set to come out. Like, I said in a couple of years, and I'm just I'm wondering is this the movie that they're looking at is it a couple years? Is it supposed to this Christmas? I guess they they delay. It it's I think I thought it was next Christmas. But I gotta look at that could if it's even taking on Star Wars again because I was gonna ask you is is this is this a movie is this a franchise that position to take on the biggest of the biggest weather. It is just a straight up pound for pound matchup or whether it's just Kanter programming. How do you feel about Germany's chances during the holiday season right with? I mean, if we look at what happened with the this one that just came out last year or two years ago as we click over to the new year, it all of us picked it as being like getting crushed by Star Wars, and that thing hung in there because it was a fun movie and it did bang-up box office and look at it. We're getting a sequel we have a whole new spin of this franchise..

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Wade, Rabbi Shmole and Roseanne Barr discussed on South Florida Morning Show

South Florida Morning Show

03:13 min | 4 years ago

Wade, Rabbi Shmole and Roseanne Barr discussed on South Florida Morning Show

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