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"coble" Discussed on The Security Ledger Podcast
"Those end up being really good oftentimes And they understand the context of what the bill does trying to do. so that they can actually relate and Yeah sat in seats. Yeah right yet. I've kind of a shortcut on that pa but then on the product side. You know it's like. I not is still not an and continuing to get more knots. embedded device security like ecosystem security. So folks understand multiple aspects of how like an embedded device might exist within an ecosystem with my app of api back ends and web apps and and different things like that folks understand that stuff a a pretty key. Five g. is is coming out as something to people. Wanna lotta testing because it's starting to roll out into into a bunch of different products I'm i'm always looking for coble. His it's just fun to do that yet. I mean it's like i literally spoke at a At a conference in india at the beginning of the year and said hey dunk dunk learning russell like whatever language joie from from a security standpoint. Go back and look at like cobol. And is pete net and java. Because like that it's going to be rounds off to the and all the people that were experts in in the diet starting to bicycle tire. Oh actually out so this is actually a foaming around that type of that type skill. So those are some hall tips for the for the fact that a looking upscale yeah i know the. Us government always like releases a report of like the oldest applications and hardware that the government still operates. And it's it's you know shocking. It's not well it's not too different in corporate as well as is definitely prompted. A lot of work led transformation up into the cloud so this is stuff that was like a three year. timeline project. To get off of old mainframe will whatever And get a work. Light up into the cloud The accelerated by by covered the changes in how people consume and work right. But that stuff is still going to kick around basically forever so that say That's something that i think is is kind of an underrated skill to look into young warning. Folks who are making their living off of crowd yet there are there are and i think that's gonna continue. You know part of what we've been doing was the pen. Testing side of things is is work working on different models where basically weakened remove as much of the kind of liquidity ration- for people on the supply side as we possibly can so it's to be out to do the work and be good at what you do in that kind of stuff but you also want to be out to keep a lot so i'm like how can we might that is predictable and reliable fewest possible. It's partly models out. We deliver it but you know some of the stuff that we've done. From a technology standpoint actually help is utah and things or is it more like like sort of providing them with with like a certain income and then or or. What do you mean it. Combination combination of retainers across tops programs. That we can also like helping them connects more effectively and actually maximize time. Here's the things that perfect for you that you're gonna be outta going crush and you can actually use that information to invest your time more effectively as kissy journals. Cto crowd thank you so much for coming in speaking to us on security ledger. Podcast that you've ever jif casey. John ellis is chief technology officer and founder of bug..
"coble" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"Mr kabul into custody knee and they still couldn't understand him and the only thing that they were able to figure out was that the horse's name was jubilee. Gary gary chase coble. Junior stole jubilee from nearby pasture road at home was spotify relative called the and then hit the how hit the horse inside his daddy's house jubilee. How how. Old was gary homeless girl. He's in his twenties. Jubilees is fine. He's facing charges for livestock and he was already wanted on multiple other charges including one for throwing a ukulele into a pasture folks boy. He has a really exciting life. Bizarre exciting folks. The cops had to say i want to see a man about a horse right gary chase cobo. Junior has a lot going on and none of it is involving his i q. We're going to post this as our favorite summer. Just because you can't make this kind of stuff up and nobody got her. You're going to find it on the bob and sheri facebook. Keep it right here. We've got comedian. David burley coming up and what sort of quasi by bogus scienc- thing is having the biggest moment ever and you're probably checking it every single day to see what's in store for you. It's all coming up. It's bobbing sherry. Leaves the talk with the free. Bob and sheri several friends who are lawyers and i was chatting with one of them not long ago and We're talking about our jobs. And he said if i had it to do all over again i would not be a lawyer. I said you're kidding me. Because this guy's pretty successful. I said why would why would you not want to be alert. And he said well. There's just a lot more than you think you have. All of these open cases that are going on at once people you're representing and it's very hard work and to be honest with you about half the time we lawyers hate who were representing and i never thought about that. Because that's your job even if you don't like the person that you're representing that they still have the right to a lawyer even though they might be sleazy business people. You're still the guy that has to put the best face forward and try to save them in one way or the other but you know in your heart. i'm representing a real bad guy. And so i was really interested remembering that in this Bunch of lawyers got together online and they talked about some of the biggest dufuses they were ever stuck with in In court representing. Listen to this one. This was a woman who had to defend a small time delinquent before going to court. He asked her what he should do and she explained to him if he was cooperative and truthful his sentence would be milder after hearing the case the judge asked him. Is there anything else that you would like to add. And he got up and he explained to the judge. And i'm quoting my counsel told me to be truthful so i wanted to tell you that not only did i do the live robbery that i'm here for also did several others in the region over the last year he continued to admit to several robberies that were unsolved and everyone even the state attorney was majorly face. Palming is who you get stuck with you know. My youngest wants to be a lawyer and talk. We were talking about the difference between being a defense lawyer and being a prosecutor. Whatever and and here's where we land it. The mark of a great defense attorney is giving you a great defense even if they think. You're a filthy dirtbag because the constitution gives you the right to that roy trial. So it's not about to. I like you. Can i tolerate you. Do i wanna be your friend is. Am i able to set the fact that you make my skin crawl aside and give the defense you deserve. Which is why the two of us can not be defense attorneys that we could listen. Listen to this winter mike. Klay was charged with assault for biting off. Someone's nose i was cross examining a witness for the prosecution may sir did you see my client but off. This man's knows the witness. No sir i did not me okay. Then well how do you know it was my client who bid out this man's nose witness. I saw him spit it out for a while. Oh usually they you know they all know. what's going to happen. But in that case they were completely blindsided. How how did you know that anybody who's going to. I wish i had changed to rain. Wish i wish. I could see somebody spit out a whole human knows because i know the picture it. Yeah yeah because it's not the it's not the sort of thing big you're gonna see and you're like if you see a person spitting out another human beings knows you have experienced something so rare and special and bizarre gusting. I don't wanna see just because room reason your life and especially in the pandemic life is just the same old thing over and over and over again until you just want to slam your head in the door to see one of my neighbors spit out. A human knows that's worth getting up for. I'm here for sometimes. I think. I don't know you i would no i. There's no way. I would wanna see something like that. I don't know why. Why did you want to live such a word light. Bring on because it's more. Why do you wanna lead lead a life disgusting. You'll never forget if bobbi do you know how disgusting that is. There are so many germs in the nose. You don't want to help young try oneness kid to judgment covered with datings and body damage and rust and screaming and saint. Peter did that. Gosh that's how i'm not going to wave to you as you is you skid by its bob and sheri lived in a world of sound ear buds and all the time. You're buds for work. Ear buds one. I'm out walking. 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"coble" Discussed on No Agenda
"Oh god that was also a good. I've so many markers for show opener this time around. You're on the ball man. This is like the the voices episode We split our time between california and glorious exit plan property in oregon two hundred acres of peace beauty and isolation. We love listening to know agenda on five hour. Drive to end or from boy. Did i sure drop the ball on my husband's birthday. His birthday was eight twenty and instead of donating to no agenda. I got him a case of saracho sauce wa wa to even wrote that. I'm not sure how this donating things work but hoping this note and donation make it to you in time for our next drive. My husband geary like the street in san francisco is the man. He's a smoking hot manly man. And it's so unfair that he even gets better looking with age. Yes i hear this complaint often at please accept this donation and wish gear and wish gary a very happy birthday installed him on his way tonight. Who'd also if you could please play. Don't eat me bo johnson. Thanks for all you both do. Your show is brought us information. Enlightenment and entertainment on these long drives cheers. Kristen and not so. Do we ever switch your roof here this. I don't know because she says No it's just no. Does she know she donated. It's for but she's got her husband on the birthday list and and this was her note. Okay here you go. i'm gonna give you the today. I'm sure that some code both of you understand. Thank you very much. Did you find keillor's email. Yes i did. I find mike keeler. Three hundred thirty three dollars and he sent in an email sir mike from las vegas. Get your pin out sir. Mike from las vegas here. No jingles karma but especially shot out to my friends this contribution breaks me up to bear net up he needs to be put on the baronet list and the twenty six is my birthday so he needs to report on the birthday list so he's bearing and birthday so please add me to the birthday list. A show on my birthday. Could life get any better. Stay safe my friend sir. Mike say So mars mike's last name again keillor keeler and did he give an age for today. Yeah no no. And so it's Mike keeler will be. What do we have his name. Yes sir mike mike key baronet sir mike okay good got it locked in locked and loaded. You're just a jingle machine man trays crazy. It's crazy to patrick. Cobo duke of the south and dame sarah fillet and sweet tea. Happy eleventh birthday too much on james who turns eleven this year. This is the patrick coble. By the way the the patrick is the one happy birthday to my son. James who turns eleven this year. Dude they say that. But i'll say dude you're amazing young man and mommy and i are so proud of you. A birthday on a show is a big deal. It's happened three times. So far within twenty nineteen on show eleven sixty six twenty thirteen a show five forty one and on his actual birthday in twenty ten show. You twenty eight fourth show birthday. Happy birthday james night of the no agenda roundtable and may be able to hang out with sir felix and maverick. Someday i'm so proud of the little man. You are becoming love.
"coble" Discussed on Advent of Computing
"Variables dictates a lot about the language at large. Usually you have a handful of types for variable such as integer floating point numbers characters or strings of characters just to name a few common types in kabul. You get to define your own types which is actually really powerful. That's something that other languages do but now at the same level of flexibility is coble. And remember when you're defining a data type you're also defining its print format the cost is that you have to explicitly define each variables typing and format and you can only define that in the data division. So yeah you get this cool flexibility you get the power to make up your own variable types but at the same time this imposes limits on how you go about programming in something like al goal or see there are restrictions on what ten of types you can have. You only have a handful of different variable types but you can define these variables anywhere you want. It's a trade off to be shirt what we get from. All these factors is something. I didn't expect the data. Division is competent but difficult to us to make matters worse it bears little resemblance to the rest of cobo. You see the data and procedure divisions were designed by different subcommittees..
"coble" Discussed on Advent of Computing
"And i always give up pretty quickly. There's something unnatural about it at least for me as a trained programmer. The language just plain looks and acts differently than i expect. Because of that. I've been putting off talking about coble. I just wanted to think of it as this fluke in hoppers portfolio. And leave it at bat. I finally decided to look into the matter. You know like a good brave hearted academic should. And i'm really glad i did in reality. Grace hopper had a lot less to do with the bizarre language than a lotta people think at least hopper didn't directly create cobo herself as with all aspects of computer history. The story gets really complicated. And there's a lot of interconnecting pieces. This episode will be untangling this mess a little bit examining cobo and finding out why grace hopper is so often associated with the language. Along the way we'll see why kabul is such a frustrating language the dangers of designed by committee and try to figure out why cobos remained such an important piece of technology to kick things off. We need to talk some more about hopper. Like i said she didn't create cobo per se but her work greatly influenced the language and also as it turns out the roots of coble lie really close to the roots of programming languages. In general it all goes back to automatic programming and the first compilers now automatic programming or automatic. Coding is an antiquated term. Used to describe pro gaming in really anything but assembly language or machine code. Automatic programming languages were technically high level languages. That's really the closest we have nowadays..
"coble" Discussed on No Agenda
"Really nice picture from the sacramento. Meet up from sir ryan. He says Hope the move on well. Adam had a blast Ha i had a blast out. An austin Michael thwaite barbecue is something special de sacramento meet. Up was a great success. Met some great guys and we will do it again and it did look like a very fun group and we also have a re- a report meet up reports see whereas this one from Oh yes this is tennessee where recording franklin independence day. Marie is not. Meet up at a great turnout. A lot of cool people on a pass it off to as sir. Md twenty twenty michael from bowling green kentucky. Cigna we've hey sean and adam. This is demented preacher. James i just want to say i love you guys. Also nick fiestas fed and we live in a society gamers rice up. I am the offspring of sir. Skip logic the night of saturday parkway hobby almost independence day from music city. I'm sure skip logic. I'm happy independence day. I miss justice. False hey guys here at the beano got hit in the mouth by my husband about a year ago and it's been great listeners. Here are this is mad having a great time at the meet up john. Can you turn down your speakers a little bit square squad swan sworn and i'm just waiting for the alien invasion. Hi this is maggie may we escaped atlanta. And we'd love tennessee. I'm just chest feeding leader here. The more i saw a photo of this meet up it was a large group. Lots of different skin colors shock but the thing that really got me. Sir patrick coble. He has changed his entire look. T now has shoulder. Length hair with a full on beard and mustache is like unless you know his face. He's unrecognizable us to be almost completely buzz. Cut the grizzly kabul guy. I don't know man. But i need to know the back story on. That looks great but it's just well. That's patrico penetration expert Looking at the calendar and this is no agenda dot com where anybody can put a meet up together as fee for it We kind of we really appreciate are are nights or daniel. Who manages that and mimi. Of course it does the back office on that and eric and everybody who does anything. We lovable today. We have the one. Meet up the coach fest in alaska. That'll be at juneau time. So coming up The end there'll be at the asylum in ketchikan alaska and that is being used. I believe by the bali brewing company. So i'm not quite sure how that works. I look forward to report interesting. Yeah coming up this month. I'll just do july on the tenth. Montreal quebec brothel bothell washington glenwood springs colorado pittsburgh pennsylvania anchorage alaska on the eleventh. Fort myers florida charleston. South carolina durham north carolina. Victoria on the fourteenth victoria british columbia the fifteenth charlotte north carolina. That keep on rockin the seventeenth punta. Gorda florida northeast. Ohio union town charlottesville virginia. Mount laurel new jersey fredericksburg virginia houston texas dallas texas harbor garage maryland. The eighteenth saint john new brunswick canada chicago illinois. The nineteenth santa cruz california. The twenty-third port matilda pennsylvania. Twenty fourth eastern central north carolina long beach california minnesota and tampa bay Ends up demand on july thirty first. These are the no agenda meet ups. We talk about them a lot. People love going to them. You hear the reports because they actually work and they're very very healthy for people who have trouble communicating.
"coble" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"92 3 of them from anything. I'm Dave pattern as the nation sees more cases of worrisome covered 19 variants. The Biden administration is ordering a sweeping new mask mandate on public transportation, planes, trains and Busses that CDC mask mandate goes into effect tomorrow night at 11 59, the agency says they're expecting widespread compliance with it. They reserve the right to use criminal charges. If people refuse to wear a mask, ABC is Trevor all here in New York City. The U. S is surpassed 26 million covert 19 cases more than 90,000. People have died due to the virus this month alone. And then there's those new variants, the one from South Africa now detected in South Carolina and Maryland. Accuracies John Tina Brown University School of Public Health, These various air probably everywhere, not just in the states. We're identifying them, but in others as well, But there are signs of hope. Over the last two weeks, the seven day average of daily cases has dropped by almost 33%. That's the lowest since mid November. President Biden pushing a covert relief bill that Republicans say is just too expensive President Biden calling on Congress to pass his $1.9 trillion economic relief package. Which includes billions for a national vaccination program, more money for small businesses and $1400 direct payments to most Americans. I support passing Coble relief with support from Republicans if we get it, but the covertly past the past, there's no if engine but Many Republicans argue the price tag is too.
"coble" Discussed on WGN Radio
"News nation this hour. I'm Dave's one president Biden is warning of a growing cost of inaction on his covert relief plan by nerds Swift passage of the $1.9 Trillion package, Republicans or less convinced of the urgency because Congress has already approved $4 trillion in aid, including 900 billion last month, But President Biden says he's willing to move ahead without Republican support. I support passing Coble relief with support from Republicans if we get it, but the covertly Ask the past. There's no defender Bucks. The White House and Democrats rejected a Republican proposal to split the president's covert relief package into smaller pieces. A federal judge has blocked the last minute ruling by the Trump administration to limit what evidence the Environmental Protection Agency may consider as it regulates pollutants to protect public health. Some industry and conservative groups had long pushed for the change, saying public health studies that hold confidential and potentially identifying data about test subjects should be made public so the underlying data can be scrutinized before the EPA issues rules aimed at protecting public health. Massachusetts Congressman Stephen Lynch, who received both doses of the Fizer vaccine, has tested positive for the virus. His office says Lynch had a negative test results before attending President Biden's inauguration. His positive test result came after a staff member in his Boston office tested positive earlier this week. And $80 million from the Mississippi lotteries, helping your lower a backlog and road maintenance projects and evaded in the repaving of more than 250 miles of highway across the state. Funding puts a priority on upgrades to aging infrastructures. Watch news Nation every night on WGN America or Go on the news Nation now APP for news around the clock. I'm Dave's one. What is your morning kicks in the three o'clock this afternoon continues through 6.
"coble" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Would ride shares and transportation hubs. Almost public transportation already required a mass. The CBC order will make it easier to enforce. Fox is Ashley Strohmeyer. Under the Trump administration. A push by the CDC to mandate masks during transit was blocked. President Biden's calls for unity are being tested as Republican resistance grows to his coronavirus relief package. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and President Biden both say they like Republican support for a coronavirus relief measure, but will not let GOP opposition prevent quick action. I support passing Coble relief with support from Republicans if we get it, but the covertly past a past the White House says there are no plans to break up parts of the $1.9 trillion proposal from the President Democrats in Congress. Insists the Biden administration plan is necessary, Fox says Jared Halpern, one of the pieces under scrutiny is a measure to raise the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour vaccinating more Americans against covert 19 could get easier in the coming days. Another company is expected to seek emergency use authorization for its vaccine. Johnson and Johnson, announcing its experimental single dose vaccine is 66%, effective in preventing moderate to Severe cove in 19 and had an 85% success rate in blocking the virus is most serious symptoms. Faxes Sean Langil, another benefit of the J and J vaccine is that it doesn't have to be kept frozen. More proof that infection is possible even after vaccination. Massachusetts Congressman Stephen Lynch, who received both doses of the Fizer vaccine has tested positive. America's listening to Fox News. From the Bucks, News Podcasts Network download and.
"coble" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"That order from the Centers for Disease Control requiring masks to be worn on all public conveyances starting Monday. The airlines have them track have already required them. But this order extends to Texas. That ride sharing services is well. It could also impose federal penalties for not wearing a mask. Saying there's no time for delay President Biden urging Congress to pass his coronavirus relief package next week, with or without help from the GOP. I support passing Coble relief with support from Republicans if we get it, but the company has too fast. There's no offender. But congressional Democrats preparing to the clear it's a budget reconciliation measure that would remove the requirement for 60 votes in the Senate to pass it. The FDA will be asked next week to approve another Corona virus vaccine for emergency use. Johnson and Johnson announced its experimental vaccine is 66%, effective in blocking moderate to severe covert 19 and had an 85% success rate in blocking the most serious symptoms of the disease. Although less effective than current vaccines, Johnson and Johnson's candidate can be stored at higher temperatures and requires only one shot producing protection against the severe ist forms of the disease within 7 to 10. A box of Jonathan Serrie J and J says it can deliver 100 Million doses by midyear. Nearly three months after Election Day congressional race in New York state could finally be decided. The state Supreme Court judges ruled against dozens of contested votes the Democrat Anthony Brindisi, hoped would propel him to re election in the state's 22nd congressional district. Republican Claudia Tenney now leads the race by 122 votes, she tells Fox is Tucker Carlson. Tonight the Democrats were votes trafficking. They're not interested in integrity. They're interested in getting the votes and getting the wind. And it is very concerning and it's troubling and my race is a perfect example of how bad this is really in practice America days listening to Fox News It's a new year with an exciting new daytime lineup on Fox News you are Fox favorites are making the move to an earlier time. First, It's America's newsroom maker by Bill Hemmer and Data Bring the What? Nine. Harris Faulkner puts T issues under the spotlight of the Living with the Fokker focus, followed by the hit Show Outnumbered at one Sandra Smith and John Roberts, have you covered in the afternoon with America reports and then Martha MacCallum is bringing her award winning journalism.
"coble" Discussed on KGO 810
"Republicans are at odds. Though the Democrats have the majority President Biden, they have to abandon his hopes for a bipartisan covert relief bill. I support passing Coble relief with support from Republicans if we get it, but covertly past the past, there's no offender. But but Republicans argued the price tag is just too steep, many asking what's the rush since they just passed a $900 billion package last month, But today in the Oval Office, Biden and his new Treasury secretary insisted that Need is there. If there's not more help, many more people will lose their small businesses, roofs over their heads and the ability to feed their family. ABC is Mary Bruise more arrests in the capital Ryan as the officer who died in the violence. Brian Sick, Nick is sent to lie in honor in the Capitol Rotunda. Members of the proud boys halt right white nationalist extremist group previously charged through a criminal complaint or now formally indicted by a federal grand jury with conspiracy. Dominic Pa's Ola of Rochester, New York, and William Peppy, a Beacon, New York federal agents who searched Pa's Ola's home say they found a thumb drive with instructions for how to make homemade explosives, weapons and poison. ABC is Chuck Steve Ritz. In Chicago. Students, teachers and parents are on standby to reopen for in person learning Monday, despite no Union agreement over how to safeguard against the coronavirus. It's our expectation into teachers will show up. The students are gonna be there. They need to be there. Mayor Lori Lightfoot, sounding optimistic after progress was reported in the talks. But the union is suggesting Lightfoot's confidence may be premature and illegal. Back and forth. Federal appeals court has ruled that the U. S government can resume deporting immigrant Children who crossed the southern border unaccompanied by a parent. You're listening to ABC news. It's such a beautiful night. Look at the stars. They're amazing. Did you know 20% of stars have planets orbiting them capable of sustaining life? How did you know that? You must spend a ton of time reading? Not at all. I used bleakest blink assed. Yeah, it's an after takes key insights from over 4000 non fiction bestsellers and gathers them into 15 minute blanks. For you to read or listen to. With Blink ist. You can learn the main points of an entire book in just 15 minutes, as opposed to days or weeks. What kind of books nonfiction books in over 27 categories from personal development to history, management, investing philosophy and more books like a beautiful Mind the four hour work week. Freakonomics and SAPIENs..
"coble" Discussed on KOMO
"C to do the same work. Her old office goes before lawmakers from ABC News. And area holding Our President Biden wants Congress to pass is nearly $2 trillion Covad 19 relief bill one way or another hasn't invited they have to abandon his hopes for a bipartisan covert relief bill. I support passing Coble relief with support from Republicans if we get it, but the cove really fast past there's no offensive, but but Republicans argued the price tag is just too steep, many asking what's the rush since they just passed a $900 billion package last month, But today in Oval Office. Biden and his new Treasury secretary insisted the need is there. If there's not more help, many more people will lose their small businesses. Roofs over their heads and the ability to feed their families. ABC senior White House correspondent Mary Bruce Johnson and Johnson plans to seek emergency use authorization from the FDA as soon as possible for its covert 19 vaccine. The first one dose option is shown to be 66% effective at preventing cold symptoms and 85%. At preventing severe illness, and Dr Anthony Fauci, senior medical advisor to the president, calls it a game changing study, including in the South African isolate there were essentially no hospitalizations or deaths in the vaccine group. Where is in the placebo group. They were so this really tells us that we have now a value added additional vaccine candidate Johnson and Johnson is the first one dose option. Capitol Police officer Brian Sick. Nick, who was fatally injured during the capital, insurrection will lie in honor in the Capitol Rettendon next week. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin greeting members of the National Guard on Duty and D. C. Come.
"coble" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Casey in San Antonio. Hi, Casey. What's going on? Hey, Joe. You know, man, I mean, living a dream. What's happening? And you get a quick Quick question or past. Why is it like every time it like, say? Trump had a executive order. The Democrats went judge shopping You have high and low finding these liberal judges. Why don't the Republicans do that? So they have to find somebody that Good level headed judgmental. Happen, Injunction or something on this? The stop it. They have to play the game the same way the Democrats do, and that's what I've been saying for many, many years. They just don't seem to be able T do that, although the whole 100 days of no deportations, and you've got to release everybody that executive order was stopped because Texas sued to stop that executive order, and they won in the lower according to federal court, And this probably will end up in the Supreme Court. But already you see that Paxton here in Texas is doing something. And he's trying to do exactly what you're saying now. Will they do it on all of these executive orders? Probably not. Will they be as good as the Democrats were against Trump? Probably not. But do we have some little fight for us? We do. Yeah, you're stuttering. Seems like even the Democrats don't have power. They have it. You know what I mean? Because the Republicans are week Did I appreciate you? Thank you. The Republicans were weak kneed. They wanna be in the establishment. They wanna be in the in the tea parties in the dinner parties and and, uh, you know, the racquetball lunches or whatever, that's what they want to do. And at the end of the day, it just means for less freedoms. Less liberties and Democrats completely overrunning everybody. 889 for one. Paige's Joe PAGs calm. We're coming right back. Stay here. Joe PAGs. Fox News. I'm Rich Dennis and President Biden says he'd like bipartisan support for his nearly $2 trillion coronavirus relief package. I support passing Coble relief with support from Republicans if we get it, but the Cobra leaf has to pass. There's no if endure, but many Republicans opposed the price tag on the proposal. Democrats who now control the House and Senate are considering a procedural move that could get the measure passed with a simple majority. Johnson and Johnson says it's Corona virus vaccine candidate is 66% effective in preventing moderate to severe symptoms of covert 19. Although this is behind the effectiveness of Fizer and modernist to does vaccines, Johnson and Johnson's experimental vaccine on Lee requires one dose and could help increase the supply of desperately needed shots. Fox's Jonathan Serrie America is listening to Fox News from the Fox Sports Studios in Los Angeles here, Steve the Seeker an NBA games tonight, some underway, including at halftime Atlanta leading 61 to 50 and Washington, Washington entered with just a three and 11 record. The Clippers are underway. It Orlando the clips were the wind would be 15 and five and they do have their two stars back. They had missed two games in health protocols, but Kawai Leonard and Paul George are playing the late game. 10 P.m. Eastern Time will have Utah writing a 10 game winning streak hosting Dallas. Donovan Mitchell of.
"coble" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"You America plan will be passed one way or another. I support passing Coble relief with support from Republicans if we get it, but the covertly past the past, there's no if ends of much, he says. Democrats won't rule out reconciliation to pass the plan by a simple majority growing frustration for millions trying to sign up online to reserve a covert 19 vaccine in Bethesda, Maryland. Larry thought thought he was getting his covert vaccine today. What we had an appointment confirmed and we were told that Anyone A was going to be used today and we were turned around and said, do not come back today because you're not going to get a shot. Larry spent hours on a Maryland site finding and getting his appointment only to discover a glitch confirmed him when it shouldn't like millions. He's starting again from scratch. Andy Field. ABC NEWS Washington Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin visiting National Guard troops in D. C. The Lord is come by and say thanks for what you're doing. And and I know it's a little chilly out here. I know we're gonna do the right thing to take care of you. So make sure you talk to your chain of command. You need anything? What? Tell you. We're really grateful for your service. Retired Army general, exchanging fist bumps with some of the Guard members go through more regulatory oversight is the battle over a single stock continues to retail investors who've sent Gamestop shares to the stratosphere are still making money fast. He saw the value of their shares increased 70% Friday. But many of those investors furious that online brokerage Robin Hood put a lid on trades during a frenzy Thursday. That's all individual investors making money hand over fist, while large institutional investors were taken to the cleaners over their bets that Gamestop shares would fall. During the pause, Robin Hood, forced to ask for a billion dollars from its investors to pay customers who are owed money from trades. Dave Packer, ABC News stocks tanked, and the worst week and months, the Dow falling more than 620 points. You're listening to ABC News. It just keeps getting bigger..
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"Congressman, making the comments to CNBC Vice President Mike Pence, has given no indication he's ready to proceed on a course in vote involving the 25th amendment. Meanwhile, he and the president actually met Late Monday for the first time since the Capitol attack, according to a senior administration official. The U. S is entering the second month of the biggest vaccination drive in history with a major expansion of the campaign opening football stadiums fairgrounds ballparks across the country where the outbreak has entered its Most lethal phase yet, and the death toll is client about 375,000. Politicians and health officials have complained that too many shots are sitting unused on the shelves because of overly rigid adherence to the federal guidelines that put an estimated 24 million health care workers and nursing home residents at the front of the line now Many states are responding by throwing open the line to other groups and ramping up the pace of vaccinations and in some cases, offering them 24 7. It comes as for the past week, the U. S has averaged more than 3000 covert 19 deaths per day. Um Monday marked the seventh day in a row, the country reported. More than 200,000 New Covad 19 infections. Republican House leaders in Kentucky on Monday appointed a committee to consider a petition calling for Democratic governor Andy Bashir's impeachment for his handling of the pandemic of Bashir said on Monday. There's zero grounds for his removal. Declaring it would invalidate is 2019 election, pointing to a State Supreme Court ruling that said he had the authority to put restrictions on businesses and individuals toe try to contain the coronavirus of the sheer Senate, a new conference quote. I think that's one where everybody will rise above and put our democracy here in the state above four individuals who are upset. The petition claims the governor violated the state and US constitutions with a series of restrictions he ordered to combat coronavirus and quit or run the risk of being fired. High ranking a New York Police Department official. Offered to retire. The move by Deputy Inspector James Coble comes after he was accused of posting hateful messages online. The NYPD it opened and internal affairs probe on Kobol over the posting of attacks on Black and Jewish people, as well as women and members of the LGBT Q community that poster on a message board where officers could air their grievances anonymously. We're behind the scenes Look at a FN Go to a FN now dot com Reach out to me on Twitter or Facebook. Anytime I met Matt Ray talk, use the hashtag A FN Right now, I want you to think about all of the nasty stuff you'll breathe in today. I'm talking about the dust and the bacteria, the pollen and the pollution. And if you have allergies You know, it's bad, cold and flu seasons here, right? So why not protect your nose? If you think about it, you wash your hands. You brush your teeth every day, but you're not cleaning out your nose to clear out all the junk that's trapped up there. Let me tell you about a product that has me breathing easy called Nevada and a V A G..
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"That's what the ventilation system in here. It's a little toasty in here. It's really warm. The air is stale and smells a little bit too. You know for being gassed or what? Caf? I am 6 40. Heard that? Where the music like Johnny Kensho? John Coble, Ken Champ? Oh, and welcome things. They're off to a cranky start. Well, if you were here, you'd be complaining. Don't go there. Follow my advice. I don't have a stuffy room. That stinks because I don't share it with a bunch of smelly radio people. Well, you know, I don't know It's being re circulated in the air. No. You complain about the airplane to are the ones always thought all that That's what it smells like. It smells like when you walk into an airplane where they where they turned off the engine, and the air is getting warm. And has an order to it. I know what you're that's what it smells like. Yeah, it's sort of a standings. Kind of. Yeah, stale and stuff, And I don't know the virus hanging in the air here. Sea air conditioning sailing Covina particles Don't know doesn't doesn't doesn't feel right viral loads. Somebody's viral loads hanging in the air. Um, yeah, not lost on John or myself was the story that among all the damage the mob did that Wednesday, United States Capitol. I'll just leave it like this. They left brown footprints. Yeah. Yeah, I wonder that that day I said, there's somebody gonna pull down their pants and shoot one out. Yeah, that's the ultimate way to really pay disrespect. Yeah, they started acting acting like occupy protesters. They really weren't in there that long. So you know, I read in one of the stories that they were. They were relieving themselves in the restrooms. And then they were. They were taking their Oh, their deposits their deposits and then smearing it all over the hallways. Oh, and I heard that somewhere. Tracking it. Yeah. Yeah, that would pretty. Was that too. I mean, they had there was some urine found. Yeah, they had a variety of ways to spread their their waste products. And this was this was their message to the government. These people, the more I'm reading the ones who decided to lead that the charge inside these were the real far out crazies. These were the guys who belong to organizations. And mostly Cuban on people. You see the video of one of the first insurgencies up the steps to the Senate chambers. There's one poor Capitol cop. I don't know who took this video something with a cell phone behind the cop. He's standing there. You don't see the guy. They don't see the mob. Yet. He's on the stairs. He's kind of holding like a stick some sort of Bataan and he's you conceive, gesturing, but he's backing up. Almost every second of the video he stops, and then he starts to back up and back up. And then here they come around the corner like zombies out of a horror movie, led by some guy from Iowa has got the Cuban on shirt on. And they just kept Emily realized he's not going to hold them off. He's hoping he comes up, but he pushes one of them sort of been. This is the lead guy again. Try to push them back to say You can't go any further, but there's probably 15 or 20 of them and one of him, so he just keeps backing up, backing up, so he loses. She eventually gets to a hallway where is joined by about seven Capitol police officers, all armed and they're all standing here with a face off, and that's when I turned off the video, but this was apparently the first major insurgents. Into the Senate chamber area eventually, you know, they got into the Senate chambers. So yeah, here it is. A source close to, uh Chuck Schumer. Said the invading writers He filed Theo capital with their dung. Staffers saw feces in the hallways. They took dumps in bathrooms and then spread around their poop, said the Schumer aid. It came from the bathroom, and then they tracked it around. There was an intentional effort to degrade the Capitol building. Another congressman said there was urine there was clear desecration. And yet you were busy in the last half hour, sending me polls, Ipso send you Gove that there is a certain amount of support out there for these intruders. Two poles. They were different in the results. But among Republicans between 23 23 45% of Republicans in America supported the actions of the capital. I like to two terms of people could use that to different ends, patriots or fools. Where they fools. A number of Republicans said they were fools now, But of course, the other side there. Their domestic terrorists. They're they're extremists, criminals. The thing is this crowd. Is not going away there. You know, a few of their leaders may have been arrested. It might be imprisoned, but they represent a lot of people out there and they're not going to take the Biden administration down. We're not gonna take it lightly. Well, there was apparently social media chatter about doing something at the inauguration, but they're supposedly Ah lot of the quote followers said. Maybe not. But there were suggestions they should go after other state capitals around the country. Yeah. Go back again. No, the these guys in it for the long haul. Then they actually feel that the United States has been taken over by evil forces. And it is their patriotic duty to fight all these evil forces. Well, they just set their president for four years. I Yes, I know, but he was unfairly deposed. He was a fairly overthrown with the fraudulent election. You see, this is gonna go on for a while that I read. Even rush was talking about Lexington and Concord. Yeah, he said Hey, what referenced e o. These are like the that kind of revolutionaries. Yeah, he was comparing him to the original. Yes, the Revolution War war heroes. It's like first insurgents. Is the first uprisings. Yeah, No, there's there's a British there, so just there's a lot of guys doing that stuff. Some say we're in for a wild four years of bite marks. You know, the thing is part of the story which got buried was that there was a pipe bomb. At the Republican National Committee headquarters and another one at the Democratic Committee headquarters. And these were real pipe bombs. Thieves weren't fakes. Yes, I did.
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"S. A lengthy investigation funding that Boeing knowingly misled regulators while seeking approval for the 7 30. Seven Max, which then had to deadly crashes and was grounded for close to two years. 243 million of the $2.5 billion would go toward paying a penalty 500 million to families who lost loved ones in the crashes and $1.8 billion to global airlines impacted by the grounding of the Max Alex Stone. ABC News his daughter reports the death from complications of Parkinson's disease of Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Neil Sheehan. He broke the Pentagon papers story on Vietnam for The New York Times would go on to write a bright shining lie? Neil Sheehan was 84. This is ABC News. Come on, whose time 904 and traffic every 10 minutes on the forest when the Dubin law group traffic Center Tama Fulton In general Martin Luther King Jr wave remains closed in both directions itself Norfolk Street due to an earlier crash and crash investigation that's causing some link like rail interruptions between Rainier Beach and took a bullet International Boulevard. In Seattle, still watching a group of demonstrators blocking Virginia Street between 8th and 9th Avenue downtown. Police are are there at the scenes, he is caution through that area. And in Redmond. Still watching is the eastbound 5 20 exit to 40th Street has closed her overnight road work until five o'clock tomorrow morning. Our next Come on traffic at 9 14 Shannon O'Donnell As your Coble forecast Thursday night, everybody, It's been a nice dry break, but it's about to come do it, And we do have another disturbance that will roll in here tomorrow. Doesn't look like a biggie. But it will.
'You're not supposed to keep that payment': Mnuchin wants stimulus money given to dead taxpayers returned
"If you're one of the many people who received a stimulus payment for someone who is dead looks like the government wants its money back Coble's Connie Thompson explained says recently the Wall Street journal is now quoting the treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin as saying errors who received these checks must return the money the government is not saying how many dead people at St similis chats too but we've been getting reports as others have across the country from people across the country Debbie Carter of Olympia just received a twelve hundred dollar check written to her mother who died nearly a year ago the check even has the letters D. E. C. D. for deceased right after her mom's name we're not the only people from what I've I've seen on the internet that have received these checks and for the treasury department to have to go back through and find out who they sent these checks out to you and to try and get them back I can't even believe what kind of a mess that's going to be dead so she really understands that the government's goal was to just get money out to people who needed it as quickly as possible but she and others are very frustrated that they're not getting any direction and all of that about exactly what to do in fact I'm one of many journalists who for the last two weeks has been contacting the treasury department and the IRS to find out what's going on with all the dead shacks and have had no response until that one report from the Wall Street journal that Steve Mnuchin is saying they want the money back as I told you in my last report about this when the government makes a mistake they generally tend to want the money back so if you've got one of those checks are you have a deposit hang on to the cash you can find more of Connie stories on our website companies dot com check the consumer
Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden visiting Michigan ahead of state's primary election
"More than six thousand enthusiastic people crowded the TCF's centre formally known as Coble hall Friday do you see a fiery as ever Bernie Sanders the crowd was loud and they chanted the candidate's name even as he reminded them that the race is about them what I am flattered by all the sounds and the support but let me be very clear sunset throughout day one this campaign is not about burning it is about you and you Sanders told the crowd held vital Michigan is to his hopes of winning the nomination Michigan has the most delegates of the state's voting in primaries on Tuesday Sanders is in Dearborn today and grand rapids tomorrow Joe Biden travels to Detroit Monday the primary is
Wealthy Donor Promises College Tuition To Help Spur Growth In Hometown
"Just changed for many in the tiny Kansas town of neo to Shea a wealthy businessman is hoping to save his shrinking hometown he's launched a program to pay college tuition for neo she's students the idea takes its cue from bigger cities but it could hit some unexpected roadblocks Celia your piece Jepsen of the campus news service reports then Cutler grew up in New York Shea in the nineteen fifties when it had a thousand more residents than today's twenty three hundred he left campus for a career in finance and insurance but never forgot his home town situated about halfway between Wichita Kansas in Joplin Missouri and his business success has led to the that's new dishes three hundred middle and high schoolers in their auditorium recently when they learned color will pay their college tuition they have to earn a two point five GPA and two other boxes but the new ownership promise will cover the price of tuition and fees at the state's priciest public school the university of Kansas Daschle council is a senior she wants to study dental hygiene I'm still in shock right now I've been really saving up for college I know most of my classmates have been also saving up working real hard and this is just a real relief off of our shoulders the program has two goals obviously change lives right now two years after high school fewer than half of students here are working on a college degree second goal bring people to this rural town families need to enroll their kids in school here by the sixth grade to get the full deal colors offer is good for the next twenty five years at least possibly decades beyond that it'll likely cost tens of millions of dollars but here's the problem border in school districts have been losing enrollment as well to nearby districts have fewer than two hundred students left because most of southeast Kansas is shrinking near she's plan might simply shift people around among dwindling towns Matthew Sanderson is a sociologist at Kansas State University if you're thinking about regional economic development lease with the stage you look more like a zero sum game to spur real growth nearly Shea has to attract more employers and jobs and though community leaders say promise programs elsewhere have benefited economically they're usually in more populous places like Kalamazoo Michigan that town has seventy five thousand residents still hundreds of workers commute to this town every day from across the region for manufacturing jobs a plan like this one Coble both we're a team is building the whole of the luxury motor boats so this process just gets repeated layer by layer resident glass or live company president Shane Stanfill says now maybe more of his workers were moved to town to take advantage of the free tuition and others would follow and with that bill though many jobs and that will also help help us to get you know find the right people to work for us but is firing residents may need to get in line near Shay's other big challenge is a housing shortage a common issue across rural America thunder Ben colored says the town is ready for the hard work I don't think any of us that are have been working on the scholarship program now I've been working on it for a couple years I think that this going to be easy this is going to require some heavy lifting on the part of the school on the part of the community on on the part of the businesses here meanwhile Matty Sanderson says he's curious to see if new addition I can pull something off beyond the usual zero sum game a town this small trying to reinvent itself with this
Winter storm barrels east after blanketing Midwest
"Deadly. Winter storm has made an impact from the midwest through the northeast tonight feet of snow in some locations, most areas over six inches horrible travel conditions. Thousands of flights delayed or canceled power outages possible for millions now needing with a dangerous Arctic blast moving in behind. The storm. Our radar is now clear, so the damage is done just blowing and drifting snow this point more blustery conditions and now a hard freeze, which will create icy travel dangerous for the morning commute. Thankfully, the king holiday will keep most people home. And now a new snow maker is raising eastward tonight along the northern star track impacting the Dakotas back to Montana. Southward to Colorado on Tuesday heads up Great Lakes, headed your way. Again, Mississippi valley, more rain, though, nothing severe this time, and then more Coble plunged into the center of the country, stay warm and
Examining The Impact Of U.S. Sanctions Against Other Countries
"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from internet essentials from Comcast. Connecting more than six million low income people to low cost high speed internet at home. So students are ready for homework class graduation and more. Now, they're ready for anything. The United States has sanctions in place against more than two dozen countries and more than seven thousand companies individuals and groups that is more than in any other time in US history. Which seems like a good moment. Ask the question. Do sanctions actually work Stacey Vanik Smith and Cardiff Garcia host of the indicator from planet money tried to find out some of the sanctions, the US has place have really deep roots. US sanctions against Cuba. Go back decades. Some sanctions are really knew our latest sanctions against Iran went into effect. Just a few weeks ago. Dan Dresner is a professor of international politics at the Tufts University school of law and diplomacy. He's also the author of the sanctions paradox. Dan says there are four key elements. That can help sanctions be successful. I is. And I know this sounds banal. But that you're demanded actually specific dances. The current demands on Iran by the Trump administration seem really unclear and really broad when he read them, and he says this might make US sanctions against Iran, much, less likely to be effective. Second rule of sanctions, Dan says is that it helps if you are allies in some way with the country that you are sanctioning or at least that you do some business with that country. Otherwise, there's just not as much to lose because the ties aren't that strong. So that's rule. Number two sanctioned, your friends, or at least, your frenemies. I guess always sanction your friend. He's rule. Number three, go after the money, not the products. So in in many ways, if you try to impose a trade embargo, some kind as I said, you're incentivizing black market activity and local traders are going to be perfectly happy to bus sanctions. And they're not really gonna worry about let's say losing access to the US market on the other hand when you talk about financial sanctions, the dollar is such an important part of Coble. Capital markets that any reputable Bank does not want to risk running afoul of the United States Treasury rule. Number four, make sure you've got a lot of other countries on board all those frenemies checks because otherwise the country being sanctioned can more easily find other ways to do business or even worse. They might start to cut you out of the system. We're sort of approaching the point where if you step back, it seems that we're using this tool an awful lot. And here the concern becomes you're gonna start incentivizing actors to find alternatives to the dollar. But there's another downside one. That's a lot more human Bronco Milosevic is an economist at the City University of New York and he specializes in inequality blanket sanctions, I think actually are fundamentally wrong day. Punish people who actually don't have any influence over very small influence on what the government does Bronco worries that something similar will happen in Iran, where people were already protesting lack of drinking water and problems affording, basic. Food. Staples. Of course, there's also this idea that sanctions will make conditions in a country really bad and caused the population to revolt and overthrow the leadership. But that can backfire says Bronco they have the opposite effect. All people have great disability down activity government because they're ev-. Everybody is being affected by them. Ultimately, Dan, says the best kind of sanction the most effective kind of sanction is often the sanction that never actually happens. The ideal outcome is to threaten but not impose sanctions as like a horror movie. It's better if you don't actually ever see the monster, you just sort of because once you see it, you know, fight it off things like that. Minuting when you don't see it. Stacey manic Smith Cardiff Garcia NPR news. Stay safe and Carter for the hosts of the indicator from planet money, a daily podcast about economic ideas in the news.