35 Burst results for "Cogan"

NTSBs Robert Sumwalt on Next Steps for Safety

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

02:05 min | Last week

NTSBs Robert Sumwalt on Next Steps for Safety

"Welcome robert great to have you on this podcast leeann. Thank you so much for having me. It's wonderful to be with you. Great to have you and so let's kick it off with talking about accidents. Which makes sense you know. Is there one accident that you think was the most consequential for aviation safety during your tenure at the board. And if why. I do think so. I joined the board in two thousand six and i'm about to leave at the end of june so i will have been there just about seven weeks shy of fifteen years and in those fifteen years i would say by far the cogan. Air crash was the most earth shattering accident in terms of being able to change things in the industry. There were massive changes that resulted from that now to refresh your listeners. Memory kogen air was a bombard a dash eight that crashed on approach to buffalo new york in february of two thousand nine. The board's investigation of course was extensive. We issued Twenty-five safety recommendations and as a result of that crash legislation was written and passed into law and now under mentally the way that pilots are selected has changed. Now there's the introduction of the pilot records database so that a perspective employer can really look at the fine details of that pilots Prior experiences The qualifications for being an airline pilot have now been raised substantially. It used to be you had to have at least two hundred fifty hours to be hard. Now it's up to fifteen hundred hours with a few exceptions The way that pilots are trained and maintain proficiency has changed. There was new fatigue regulations. Or i should say flight and duty time regulations that were changed under the federal aviation regulations. That would be part. One seventeen

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Strategize for Future Work Success

The Tightrope with Dan Smolen

02:00 min | Last month

Strategize for Future Work Success

"Described them in the previous two episodes. My early career dreams and explorations were both vivid and meaningful as a young teen. I got to explore the world of broadcast media and my college scholarship. Amy toward a career in broadcasting as a news reporter and producer during my junior year in college i engaged with a truly amazing professor of advertising. His name was howard cogan and he helped me to completely alter my career path. Besides being much admired associate professor at the college park school of communications howard was the successful advertising executive who wrote voiced and produced most of the commercials. That ran on ithaca new york radio stations. It is without a doubt that howard cogan was the most important mentor of my professional and personal life from our first meeting. He took a deep personal interest in me and my success and he soon convinced me to refocus my career sites away from broadcast news to advertising and media and specifically towards the fast growing channel advertising called direct marketing so with graduation day in my sights. I focused my job. Search on entry level opportunities at an ad agency focused on direct marketing. But the going wasn't easy and the rejection letters arrived by the day problem was i had graduated into one of the most depressed job. Markets for entry level talent and a generation. Howard's advice to me was cheerful but sobering dan. He said you're going to need to get strategic about your career in direct mail and it looks like you may not find your opportunity on the agency side quickly

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Wrestlemania 37 Review Special (Part 1) ft. Pro Wrestling Insider Shane Peacher (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #14)

Ball & Buds

03:33 min | Last month

Wrestlemania 37 Review Special (Part 1) ft. Pro Wrestling Insider Shane Peacher (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #14)

"It felt like the old wwf. You know where they would have the pre match interviews and they just did like a thousand one before the before the show. It was great. It was awesome. I was actually happy that the rain happened. So let's start from the top. And i know you told me to talk about this and i was gonna ask you anyways. How do you. Because you are the biggest cogan hogan fan in the world titus and hulk hogan forever pirates soups. What are you kidding. Me ho me. tease john. Now i love hulk you know that man that was ridiculous and i love the whole a guest host. I guess but i mean it's just so scripted in horrible but it was so tacking it was it was eight hogan and it was hilarious and i loved it anyways just because it was hawk. I'm biased though osos soobee. you're biased. I love to do though even though it was awkward as well like they really tried to force this pairing together and it was like really didn't need to do this right and then of course you know you. They forced it because of the whole inward situation. Because if you remember when it first happened in hall they let hawk come back like titus kind of had an issue if you remember if you remember that whole scenario so i think they did. I think it was forced because that which is awkward. And i think hilarious because although titus forgave. I don't think he forgets to say i heard that. China's said technically forgiving him. But i heard that he was also still feeling that obviously so i was really awkward but it was kind of funny to me and i'm sure well speaking of they let that happen. Also because titus was in tampa so they actually tried to prop him up in his hometown but biggie. They took the championship from. Why do wwf keep letting or keep wanting to humiliate the wrestlers by having them losing their hometown. Do they think that this is good. Because it's not no. I don't know if it's hometown thing. I just think if you look back after the fat none of the world championship changed and so they had to change the littler titles. I think that's really it. You know what i mean. Because how many mania is does a world title never changed especially nixon had to one for each show. You know what i mean you have the world title and then undisputed title. Neither changed hands. And that's rare for mania. You always usually have a title change Meanwhile when i heard it will trump ender explanation is. I'm gonna beat you so it sounds like a drum is like okay. These kids don't even know what the matches but it was just a weapons manage. You know why. Why why you know what i'm saying. I mean they had like a whole bunch of guys around the ding beating drums. And you know the exact same thing you know. Maybe the an open pit you know like the african wrestling. I don't know if you've ever seen it looks like we're like scooting around in dirt. Yes can you know single knees wrestling that whack. I know the the matches it was kinda. Get his get his turn to because kofi had a big wrestlemainia match aside from the tag team for when he went for the title. This is big east big match. But of course he's got to lose because he's in results were rating so far right now the only result i think that was correct was owens. This was correct if it wasn't in his hometown but

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"cogan" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

01:49 min | Last month

"cogan" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"And robin. Welcome so excited to be here. Yeah excited to have you guys here. We have a treat for all of you in the series but to begin with. I really wanna start off the series. By having rebecca and robin tell us a little bit about what inspires in healthcare. So take it away. Let's all you know. Thank you so much for having us to doing this series on sale. And i think we're my north star. Always leads me is that i'm just so inspired and empowered by the nurses and their movements really transform the future of healthcare and that i stepped forward and meet another nurse out there tackling a major healthcare problem at just to empowers and inspires more movement. Forward to see what more we can do to try to elevate and change the profession of healthcare lead through nursing leadership and innovation and and really excited to be here with. You really excited also to be on with robin. Because of bit incredible work that she has been doing on the school nurse side as kubat bear down on this country and we tried to reopen schools. So robin let me take a deep breath. I because there's a lot to unpack first of all such an admire rebecca's work and what i love most. About what rebecca does. She brings people together. She elevates nurses connects us. She celebrates nursing in all of its aspects and one of the most misunderstood aspects of nursing has been school nursing goal nursing has been misunderstood within our field so one of my biggest goals and i have to say. I'm i'm older. Now i'm looking towards. I'm not retiring yet. But i'm looking more at kind of the trajectory of my career. And i i'm thinking legacy right and what i was. What i want for my legacy. Is that if i was able to open the doors to people's minds and hearts about what school nurse israeli. Do then my job as well done

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The Powerful Difference School Nurses Make in Our Health with Rebecca Love & Robin Cogan

Outcomes Rocket

01:50 min | Last month

The Powerful Difference School Nurses Make in Our Health with Rebecca Love & Robin Cogan

"And robin. Welcome so excited to be here. Yeah excited to have you guys here. We have a treat for all of you in the series but to begin with. I really wanna start off the series. By having rebecca and robin tell us a little bit about what inspires in healthcare. So take it away. Let's all you know. Thank you so much for having us to doing this series on sale. And i think we're my north star. Always leads me is that i'm just so inspired and empowered by the nurses and their movements really transform the future of healthcare and that i stepped forward and meet another nurse out there tackling a major healthcare problem at just to empowers and inspires more movement. Forward to see what more we can do to try to elevate and change the profession of healthcare lead through nursing leadership and innovation and and really excited to be here with. You really excited also to be on with robin. Because of bit incredible work that she has been doing on the school nurse side as kubat bear down on this country and we tried to reopen schools. So robin let me take a deep breath. I because there's a lot to unpack first of all such an admire rebecca's work and what i love most. About what rebecca does. She brings people together. She elevates nurses connects us. She celebrates nursing in all of its aspects and one of the most misunderstood aspects of nursing has been school nursing goal nursing has been misunderstood within our field so one of my biggest goals and i have to say. I'm i'm older. Now i'm looking towards. I'm not retiring yet. But i'm looking more at kind of the trajectory of my career. And i i'm thinking legacy right and what i was. What i want for my legacy. Is that if i was able to open the doors to people's minds and hearts about what school nurse israeli. Do then my job as well done

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What is "Unbanked"? CEO and Founder of Electroneum, Richard Ells

Bitcoin Radio

06:14 min | 5 months ago

What is "Unbanked"? CEO and Founder of Electroneum, Richard Ells

"You often described Trillion as a microbe aiming service. But i think it's a lot of other things as well. And i know one of the things that make you you. All unique is your focus on you know helping freelance for the gig. Economy third world countries right. 'cause you're actually helping them get paid in the etienne currency. So can you talk a little bit about. Have you seen any upticks in usage related to geography free during this time. I'm sure there's obviously many people looking for work and many people even Switching industries right. They just they just kinda want to survive in the best roy. Difficult cool about same. Things changed because because all dates are being pretty wild. We only launched pools during covid pretty much. Most of the february twenty twenty where mesa madness was going on and it has been a bit of a welwyn to win all suggest before cameras coors nineteen thousand and fifty talks. Fifteen thousand tubs on the platform fall off of more than than i thought we would be. They sites in all in a life cycle. And it's it's a really amazing thing to say that word of mouth which is which is now joining the whole ecosystem is it's been an actual rate thing so identity have data specifically A change i would imagine the likes of five hundred People who've been around for a long time next release deductible on Extrapolate specifically about cogan unfortun- got it's understandable because yeah sometimes in crypto. You don't have that direct data but why do you think you've seen such large growth in just the the community and like you mentioned. There's a lot of other alternative freelancing opportunities and focusing on this one thing. Because i read a lot about how people in the in the third world like you said word of mouth. They're all kind of talking to each other and accepting this currency as their new as their new valid currency. I think for a lot of people in the us It's sometimes hard to understand that perspective because a lot of our money and foundation is stays the same in its stable but when you talk about third world countries these people in many in many ways their skilled but they can't even get a paid inefficient raids right. So what do you think makes you all unique in that sense to to cater to this new generation. Maybe talk a little bit about that. This what is the effects of this new generation. When they start them they start to earn and work at Earning crypto per se rather than traditional Like what effect is half so first of all. We re still with your idea of every running freedoms platform ourselves. I mean we all. We don't select turning. We've this idea of having a very small highlands very very transaction fee to give you. The spirits appear payment system. There is insanely cheap to use almost free not want free but mike is microscopic fraction of a fraction of essent transactions. So it made you mike. You could make a two cent four cent transaction in a gun which is all twenty cent transactional fifty cent. Transaction solid transaction sizes. You couldn't possibly do on the on. The vase of mouse to coordinate Really very efficiently because most of the payment providers should providers charge of minimum of twenty or thirty cents per transaction so micro payments all really not that sixty two to traditional finance and then we shall ending slightly more helping to the twenty thousand dollar range which still to to the global twenty of thirty dollars. Sounds like peanuts bucks. A year said life changing of money for lots of people with good skills so but when he gets back. You still got the site of transfer. Bank banking system is antiquated. And it's antiquated evening. If you go to the united states want to save money from one place in the united states to another or in the fight from the uk to to else of the that. It's pretty good now. So you know you can do soon as you move outside of that country a money approach to your skin certainly probably three days before i see it here if i wanna far outside of your it may take considerable. You want relocate writing three minute drive at all then you have to try and track them down and some banks somewheres filling in a form doing something or is lost it so we've got quite a few of them some of your choice to build a relationship and so you feel a free. Three beat render eka might three being models. He's gonna laptop can make three two months. These scandals has the time to build that relationship. You have to be able to send him a twenty dollars in the thirteen doors. And he's in nigeria. We caught them us. Pay pal okay. Any use western union money transfer. Because that's gonna cost you hope that on the money just to send it so subtly you limited as to why you can get height so the traditional if you can call traditional in a fairly disruptive industry that freelance industry is disrupt table read the wheel of disrupting that further by giving access to this massive body of people all brilliant skills just skills as anyone else so don't donate affect their own back mike. You say they're going to do aerobics jolt doing fred. And they don't want that much money and they call physically get paid when banking acog high-power but so boy this thing that training having easy implements it makes really is so easily and it's almost season for them. It isn't quite instantaneous. That go to work deliberate. It's fourteen minutes july between delivering and getting pike.

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Samuel Hardy On The Importance Of Faith In Education And Athletics

CNAA Overtime

05:26 min | 6 months ago

Samuel Hardy On The Importance Of Faith In Education And Athletics

"We're here today with samuel hardy. The director of athletics camden catholic. High school gambling catholic. High school is a suburban college preparatory day and boarding school and educate young men and women spiritually academically socially and physically in a faith community to develop as lifelong learners and leaders in the global society in the catholic tradition. Sam welcome to the show. Eight may thanks for having me. You got us so. Let's start by talking about you a little bit. How did you get into education. Sure so ever. Since i was a young boy. I have always loved sports and growing up in a very strong catholic family. It was all sports. In god's we're thinking so all through school high school. I played every sport Captain of most of most every team. I play I've sat i. Was i was going to be professional athlete. Growing up growing up through high school. And then you get to college. I went to wilmington university and try to play basketball. And you quickly realize you're not going to the nba. You get out of your little your little bubble and you realize okay reality hip so you're like all right what is it. What do i love. I love sports. I don't abandon it. And i love my faith and i. I love helping people and and reading people. So where does that take me. So i immediately became interested in of the athletic director. I just love business and helping people in sports. And if i can somehow convince myself this is. This is helping people every day then. It's a win win win. So i ended up getting my degree in sports management and in the day and age were in you need. You need an advanced degree. So i ended up going to saint thomas university. I got my mba down. In miami florida in sports administration from there i ended up telling to st john's catholic croats neither assistant athletic director. That's in Maryland so it all happened to real quick and all the sudden. I'm i'm doing kind of what i wanted to do. And then I get the call to come back home to new jersey to take take the role of head director of athletics. Akunin catholic high school. Where i'm from so he's the full certain kind of thing. It'll happen very quick. And i'm just i'm loving what i'm doing right now and i'm so blessed to be a part of this whole this whole process can make catholic right now. It's it's wonderful. Sounds a little like a dream. Come true away and you know like i said i'm blessed and early without my state in each part of this. It doesn't connect so there's no no way around that around that part. Now what do you consider to be the most important part of your role at camden catholic. They so at camden catholic. We'd have around seven hundred kids there and over about twenty two athletic fourteen so a lot of these kids sports with freshmen. Jv and varsity team. These kids are playing sports. So they're all involved in. Athletics was part in one way or another so my is to mentor them to help them become the best the best people they can be And and that that comes from the top Father joe cappella. He's director and when he hired me he he knew i could do the job. He had the education new. I had the experience what he what he really imposed upon me bringing me on. He said sam. I wanna i wanna make these young men and women love the lord as much as they love. Their sport said father. I'm the man for the job. That was my life. Grownups and that is what i consider. My biggest role camden catholic. Now in dealing with all of that you're now having to deal with kofi nineteen. It's been a huge challenge for schools and athletics. What are some of the lessons you've learned from having to deal with the pandemic cogan. What's that right right. Yeah no man like you said you said it's it's unbelievable how this is just taking over and changed everything. We do actually back in march. When when we all had to quarantine. I started up a little a weekly rosary and a lot of athletes joined. And so we kind of stayed in touch through that Zooming zooming all the time. And now that we're back. It's it's like the old saying goes show. God you plan. If you wanna making last well we have plan and half of it gets cancelled. It's it's unbelievable. The amount of postponements cancellations. But let me tell you these kids. These teachers these administrators coaches. They're wonderful through this. They are just going with the flow. They are absolutely adjusting to this better than adult in. You know better than the average person out there so it's very encouraging

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Kim Cattrall, actress and producer: I have self worth. And Im expensive.

Skimm'd from The Couch

04:11 min | 9 months ago

Kim Cattrall, actress and producer: I have self worth. And Im expensive.

"CAM drawl joins us on skimmed from the couch. She needs no introduction we are geeking out, but we will introduce her anyway she is a Golden Globe winning actress and producer you know her from her role as Samantha Jones on sex in the city and. She's The star and producer of the new series filthy rich on Fox which premieres on September twenty. First, we are so excited because we need some new shows in this Cogan, Environment Kim. Thank you so much for joining us today. welcomed the skimmed from the couch. Thank you for inviting man. It's good to be here. I will just say I'm geeking out 'cause I've loved you since Mannequin. So this is just So we're going to start the first question. We ask every guest, which is skim your resume for us. Oh my gosh. You know when I first started as an actress I was desperate to get credits and now I'm trying to eliminate. Oh well, you know they say don't have any regrets and I don't because even from jobs that I didn't particularly feel good about in retrospect I learned something it starts off with, of course, theater credits and commercial credits I remember getting a job on a lob laws commercial this Toronto. Before I came to the United States studied in the United States but then I went back up to Canada. And I had a clerk in a grocery store and William Shatner, he was sort of the MC selling the product and years. Later when I did a star trek movie with him, I said I. I, know you definitely don't recognize me I was shocked in. Clerk. Needless to say that's not on my resume anymore but. At the time I was doing a lunch hour theatre Gig you know and was making about one, hundred, fifty dollars every two weeks. So those those little jobs meant so much because I could I could keep in the theater I keep working as an actress and I was very grateful and when I brought it up, he simply smiled and said I don't remember. At least he was on. Yeah. So walk us through what was your big break? How did you go from the shopping clerk to being able to pick and choose what credits you have I did a show called scruples. First of all, I did a Columbo episode, which was kind of it was the hot hot show to to watch never mind beyond and they were waiting for another actress who just had dates and I was there I was told later on I was the first choice but they wanted to have some unknown entity is as an actor as one of the guest stars. And it was a really fun little role on this sort of passionate young girl who was in love with his older man. In a she was kind of nympheas but was very soulful. I got that job and Dan they were auditioning for this movie called scruples and that was really got everybody excited. It was based on a judith krantz novel was very soapy and fun and passionate. Packed with all kinds of wonderful personalities and actors and it was about Beverly Hills and it was we shot in nineteen seventy nine even before the glove, the eighties and more is more I played this kind of trouble Starlit who is bisexual and not that they really touched on that. You know very gingerly of course at the time, but it introduced me to a different level of just struggling and making due to being brought in the room because I had done that and and people like what I've done. So that was a marked difference, and then shortly after that, I did have a film called tribute and ticket to heaven and a lot of sort of films. What's one thing that we can't Google about you there's so much out there. But like what's the one thing that people would be surprised to know I think one of the things that people are surprised to know very recently is that I I am now an American citizen I think a lot of people associate associate me with being American and being a New Yorker of course, but I have just taken the plunge. So I can vote

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"cogan" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

08:40 min | 11 months ago

"cogan" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"I was I was so in the idea that. This thing had to serve a purpose. And the image that I got was. A mother doesn't get to choose whichever children are successful. Her job is just to burst them and allow them to be their own self. And and when the mother begins to take credit. For the success of the time. Then it's then it's all upside down is not. Or the father or the father you know I can I can use the same example with my son I mean I I was fortunate Caitlin. You know I was for the many early years up till like seven or eight. I probably was able to spend six hours a day with my son because my job I elected I did so well on my job, all I had to work was about twenty. Five hours a week, and I can spend twenty to twenty five hours a week with my son playing baseball plane swim. Mean doing all sorts of things you know we just we we we played together is a matter of fact a funny story is when my son was about five years old and I only had to be out of town like four five days a year I would go to Calgary Canada and then, and so then I would be out of town for that time period but otherwise I was in town and I could work while he was in. Preschool I would take him into preschool. We would go into a lake we would swim I than I would pick him up and you know, and so one time my wife and I asked him so so son what dads do and he says, well, Dad's take kids to school and Dad's Cook and Dads do the laundry and. then. and. Then what what moms do they work? And and you don't put a but but but the point is Caitlin, it was never a sacrifice. It was a flow. It was what was the gift that God did me there was nothing that gave me great. Pleasure. I could've worked and made twice the money but that was not important. What was important And it's only from the grace of the divine that what was important was my relationship with my son and fortunately you know it twenty-seven almost twenty eight we have an identical relationship today. Yeah I love that. Yeah it's And that's the point is you don't get to pick right I've got three that I burst and one that I inherited when I married my husband I don't I don't get to choose which one is going to be successful right as an artist. Your job is just to burst this thing to bring it into the world and let it live Seth Godin wrote a great book called what to do when it's your turn and it's always your turn and he was like job is just to shit right just ship it and and that's I've really taken us a heart where somebody might agonize of for a couple of years I'll have all books written edited published. Whether they do any good or not I don't really care like my job is just a ship it. And that this sociation from the result has been very freeing. Detach. Shit yeah, we could have. We could have a whole podcast on detachment because detachment has become a major part of my life and it's not that I'm. I'm detached from life, but I'm t detached from negative and positive things impacting the way. I feel about life in the way I feel about my relationship with my family with my friends my relationship with with the divine. I must be detached from not allowing those emotions to govern me to guide my thoughts often in a in a bad direction. And and He you know it's it's it's just a whole new a whole new direction for me. Look, we are we're coming to wrap up this this incredible conversation you are. You are really you are. You are a warm woman of wisdom far beyond your years. As I said the other day you know you're decades affair were I, was your age and. what I would like to what I'd like to do is throw it unusual question at you are or requested you. Is there. Is there anything you would like our listeners to ponder regarding these feelings of not being good enough you do get to think silence on I. Don't know that all of your listeners will have the same. Relationship with the divine that you and I have. So I'm trying to think if there's a way. There's a way to do this for. So if you do have a spiritual relationship with the divine, do try on this idea of it's Ok that I'm that I'm not enough I don't have to try I don't have to pretend. What if I just let the power flow through me? What if I trust that I was unconditionally loved at I had infinite power intelligence at my disposal of every second of every day. So if you are a spiritual person, do try that on and see how that resonates with you. If you're not a spiritual person. Then what I would do is explore that emotional guidance system that I talked about and say, well, if that doesn't feel good what feels better and just allow that sensation of well I'm not enough doesn't feel good. What is it? I'm sometimes enough right. I'm usually enough right? It's okay that I'm always learning right and see if you can find. A phrase or proposition. proposition proposition phrase we'll go with phrase that that does. Shift. The dial on your emotional experience of it just enough to kind of. Give. You some some breathing space. Doesn't. It's not all dependent upon you once it becomes all canine you, it just becomes such burden and and and it leads to you know the the the worst result is at leads to one wanting to wanting to take one's life. It leads to one to just feeling of feeling of utter despair and failure and not good enough rather than if it's not God if it's not the divine, the universe whatever it is something out there there's something there's some kind of energy out there that can supply you and fill you and guide you. And and. He you know just without that I. It's hard to find hope is it not Yeah. Absolutely will. Caitlyn Cogan. Dome Ner. You are amazing. Thing Charlie I love our conversation. To thank you so much for spending time with me today, and I have all your contact information people that will be on the show notes. She has several different ways of getting a hold of her She's very available and willing to work with you and chat with you, and are you still looking for Co Cheese? Do you have anybody that? Absolutely. If you guys would like to Experience Life coaching the way that I do it which admittedly is pretty spiritual and limiting beliefs focused It's a lot of the things that we talked about do reach out to me on social media and we can schedule a trial session for you. DEFINE SPIRITUAL NOT RELIGIOUS Yeah that tends to resonate better with me too. Yeah. Yeah and and and you're you're you're more interested in the people then conversion into a club. Okay. So I want to thank all of our listeners for tuning into the next chapter with Charlie and please be sure to check us out at our website the next chapter dot life, and if you have any friends that you think this podcast may be of benefit please Turn them onto the PODCAST, and if they like subscribe and we have a weekly blog and we have a weekly podcast and until next this is Charlie hedges signing off by for now..

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"cogan" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

09:53 min | 11 months ago

"cogan" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Hi Paul has always such a delight to be here in the safety of the studio and with you today you know coming to the studios. One of the very few times I leave my house and my computer and my prayer room, and I must say my television especially now that baseball is back on track and I get to watch my son play. That's quite a pleasure. My guest today Caitlyn Cogan donor. Is One of my very favorite people although to me. She's just a puppy. Sorry, Caitlyn. I believe she possesses the ink lanes of a sage Caitlin is brilliant thought provoking and a boatload of fun and what else could you ask from a growing and great woman although Caitlin was just on the show about four months ago on another topic recently, she posted thoughts on facebook that utterly captured my attention. She wrote about never feeling good enough although her success in business in life are indeed enviable check this out in only a decade after earning her bachelor degree. Caitlyn completed a master's degree bought a home crew million dollar business in less than three years published three books got married. and. Birth three babies. Yeah. I agree Caitlyn. That's not enough. Not Not. Bad for decades work and yet CAITLIN is still haunted by that also common feeling I just referred to as never been good enough. So today we will explore how being more will never be good enough when the truth just might be the best things in life cannot be measured at least by status an accomplishment and money. So with that brief introduction, let's bring on Caitlin Cogan domer-. Dome. Nerve pardon me caitlyn buddy. Thank you so much for taking time to be with me and As a hate to say your. Time away from your busy life to be on the next chapter, with Charlie, s look forward to our chat. I treasure our times together so much really well yeah so much fun and we'll see if it's fun for our listeners. It's it's a total joy for you and I and they could be looking at going W. T.f what was that all about what they're going to drop on us this time. Truly truly, you know just a few weeks ago I discussed the idea of limiting beliefs with. Entrepreneur and business coach Ashley Stanley. So but read ing your thought provoking post I knew I had to get you back on the show. Tell me about that post wh what. Instigated Post. We're going to get to it more in depth than other things in death, but what was your your driver of that post? Yeah. So you mentioned limiting. The I really do believe that we have this emotional guidance system that tells us when we're on the linemen with truth, and when we're not and I was having a coaching session I'm actually going through a coaching certification course. For Life Coaching and part of that course we are coached and during one of those sessions I ran right up against this limiting belief that I'm not enough that I've never been enough. And I've been constantly striving for all of all of my life. I was GONNA say my adult life. But even in high school, it was the AP classes. It was the leading youth groups it was. Always had to do more and better. and so there was just this this feeling inside of me. And, my coach comes from a spiritual perspective and so for her in her words she said, well, let's get in touch with your inner wisdom and hear what it has to say. And as a Christian I, I kind of view it a little bit differently but as I just felt into that space and recognizing that. I'm not enough can't be true because it feels icke right so that emotional guidance system is telling me well, this doesn't feel good. Therefore I. Know It's not true right? Because God is truth and and the source of goodness truth and beauty. Right. So when I'm in alignment with my truth, it feels. Different feels good. It feels like love and joy and peace. And this belief that I'm not enough it's never enough. I always have to keep striving and working harder that doesn't feel good that fills me with anxiety and frustration. And Depression and depression has been something I've wrestled with with a lot over my life really I a was not aware of that Caitlin? Yeah. I tried to commit suicide a couple of times before college, and then only once since then so it's definitely improved as I've been able to manipulate. Surroundings a little bit better but. I grew up in a kind of an unusual and emotionally abusive home with my mom and and just it. There was a lot that I had to deal with. But yeah, my proclivity on the manic depressive scale is more to veer into depression and melancholy when I'm not feeling that. Up Her of adrenaline and and. For. Those of you who don't know right the biological chemistry like stress activates hormone. So if you don't WanNa feel certain emotions a really effective ways just to keep yourself very busy. and give yourself kind of a self produced pie in terms of of staying in that heightened awareness, active state and. just realized that it also leads to you know adrenal fatigue and also. Manic of the Manic Depression, right? Exactly. Do you know what that's called psychologically what you just described because I am bipolar as well. And that is called bipolar to. The bipolar one bipolar to. I'm not now bipolar to is focused on the stronger of the two is depression. And bipolar one stronger of the two is manic and so the depresses. Don't frequently experience semantic although it is there and the manic don't freak. Don't experience depressive as much as they do the manic and. That is not at all uncommon I. I have to I have to. Keep onto this I I move away from this because I think this is too important and. And What do you think? Were the was instrumental in you wanted to throw in the towel. and. Take Your Life. What was what was what was moving toward that he d of Any idea? What you felt missing. Yeah the the most dramatic instance that I remember was the day before my sixteenth birthday. And in terms of what led to it I. Think it was probably a combination of factors one. was feeling trapped that I wasn't going to be able to escape this cycle of powerlessness that I felt. Not not feeling like I mattered that nobody would even miss me if I was gone. It's it's hard because I think my brain has sort of. Blacked out. Certain traumatic memories throughout my history it's hard for me to recall difficult periods of my life What do you remember going to the cabinet? Consuming all of the medication I could find in there and then holding a knife to my rest. Home and just sort of miraculously. PASSING OUT and waking up without. Any drug side effects. And really felt like something broke like there was definitely a divine intervention where that. That impulse to kill myself was never ever a strong after that incident and I really feel like, I just had a direct intervention said like, okay, this is great. It's. there is hope. There is a future I do have plans for you. Now I actually believe that are past cells in our future selves probably have ways to communicate. So I also often wonder if maybe my teacher self was able to intervene and kind of. gave me hope and say like Kay Sweetie gets better right like just hold on a little bit longer. and. How important is hope my goodness. Without. You know it's it's it's down played I. Think a lot today too much but hope. You know we must. We must have hope I mean we. We we cling to hope if we have no hope. than. It is where it's just the downward spiral where do we go from there? Do Do have a Very..

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'Complacent' UK draws global criticism for Covid-19 response

The Economist: The Intelligence

06:53 min | 1 year ago

'Complacent' UK draws global criticism for Covid-19 response

"I don't know what St elect means. Presumably we all live and normal types staying away to danger but if I see you message Novas steel air and you see to me but does that mean I stay at home or no? I can't give you a straight answer to that. Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon isn't the only one with criticisms of the leadership in Westminster Increasingly. Ridden is under international scrutiny. In the confused messaging is just the start. Reaction has been pretty confused to this. Emma Duncan is Britain editor so the new slogan is stay alert. The old slogan was stay at home and when you told people to stay at home they knew what to do when you tell people to stay alert. They don't really know what that means. They can't see this fire so they're not really clear what they're staying alert four there's been some actual confusion from the government about some of the loosening. Say for instance. The government was originally sang. The loosening was going to happen two days ago and then that was corrected to happening today. The foreign secretary when describing the restrictions. Goaty wrong about who you could meet and broadly speaking there is kind of worry about how people are supposed to get back to work even if they work safely when schools are still not open. That's not part of this stage of the loosening of lock Dan so there are a lot of questions at there and a lot of criticism particularly from the labor unions. And this isn't the first time the government has come under fire for confused policies or confused communications. Yeah that's absolutely right. There's a lot of criticism of the fact that the government started on a testing program early in March and then discontinued that early to start it up again too late and struggling to get to the position that other countries are in and there's been a lot of criticism of the fact that that has not been enough personal protective equipment particularly for people working in the health services and generally people in vulnerable jobs. And what is the public mate of all this? I mean the prime minister had his own. Cogan scare which calmed the criticism for time. But but broadly what to Britain's think now well? There was a huge band since support for Boris Johnson early on in March and April his popularity rating swords and. That's been true of some other leaders to but since late April they've been sliding again and that's really because of this perception that the government messed up early on because people don't really know what they're supposed to be doing so it's quite interesting is looking at the polls about how. Britain's think that the government has dealt with this crisis compared to other countries and basically Britain's think that we have messed up here. They think that we've done worse than anywhere on the European mainland worse than the Asian countries. And the only country that Britain's generally think they've performed better than is America will butts what's people within Britain think about Britain's response when looking abroad. What about abroad looking at Britain? Do we have a sense for how what's happening here has been perceived? Yes we do and this crisis is not doing burdens international reputation and he goods among Asians flurry on social media from worried parents whose children are studying in Britain. Who wanted to pull them out quickly and on the European mainland particularly web. Britain's reputation is not high at the moment because of Brexit and the handling of the brexit negotiations is been huge amount of unfavorable comments. About this government's failure. There was a German column. That caught my attention saying that. Boris Johnson going into intensive care a metaphor for the nation as a whole entire nation was in intensive care on ventilation and self isolating Which was what Brexit was if you look in America among newspapers like The Washington Post and New York Times there's also quite a bit of criticism so Britain which likes to think of itself as a country with high standing in the world is slipping pretty sharply as a result of its handling of this crisis. And so you genuinely believe goes beyond a bit of editorializing abroad and Britain's general tendency toward self-deprecation chattering classes certainly do have a tendency towards self deprecation. Decline is is a very popular pastime in this country. But we aren't seeing a stamp change in how birth news being talked about and this is feeding into some other difficulties. The country's having so the brexit negotiations are not going to a well it looks increasingly as they. Britain is going to crash out of your with is a deal at the end of the year and has started trade tooks with America. But there's going to be very difficult because there are some tricky issues involved for instance The NHS America wants to be able to sell it. Services and goods to the NHS Burton is very protective increasingly protective about the NHTSA. Having that as part of a trade deal will be tricky. And there's increasing tension between Britain and China and that's not unique to Britain obviously as a lot of criticism of China all over the world that the moment bodies particularly shop in Britain weather's as a faction of the Tory party that is increasingly critical of China and so Britain is looking a little lonelier than it would like to at the moment will just it. I wonder how much that description of the current world order has been changed than by Britain's response to go with nineteen what I think the response does and the reactions to Burton's response. It's made a little harder for Britain to do what it likes to do. In the old cliche punching above it wait Burton's punching below. Its weight at the moment. And that matters gang forwards birth news very keen on it soft power. It likes the idea that it has influence in the world when it comes to pushing agendas like human rights like climate change that it has a seat at the top table. It is listen to great a proportion than its. Gdp or Defense Forces might argue for and that really depends on reputation for competence and good governance and that reputation has taken a bit of an

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Rex Chapman: The Content We're Here For

ESPN Daily

07:44 min | 1 year ago

Rex Chapman: The Content We're Here For

"I want you to open twitter. Look at your time line and tell me what you're seeing. I'm seeing pandemics and I'm seeing politics and I'm seeing. Maybe a little bit of Tom Brady in Tampa Bay which is might be the weirdest part of the whole thing and then I'm seeing a guy in the rain running into a stop sign and I'm seeing a kid getting smacked in the face by an elephant and I'm seeing another kid given out free. Hugs at nursing homes and That's that's what I'm looking for. Where are you seeing this? I'm seeing that from the most unlikely source. I think maybe ever which is At Rex Chapman Ryen. Which do I notice rex? Chapman popping up on your timeline. It was probably a year ago in the spring of Twenty nineteen and I started to get the texts from friends who were saying. Have you seen this video? And have you seen that video? And have you seen? Who is posting these videos? I'm part of this generation where I remember. Rex Chapman as Mr Kentucky basketball. I mean this must be the greatest high school basketball player that ever lived and then he's the first draft pick of the Charlotte Hornets and then he's in he's the white dude in the dunk contest. And then he's hanging thirty nine on Jordan. What he's with the Miami Heat he's Rexon. He's King Rex. He's sexy rexy and I'm like there's no way this is the same rex. Chapman has to be this other. Shabina out there. That just happens to be some borrow twitter superstar and it turns out they are the exact same person I think. A lot of people seeing XS tweets for the first time had a similar reaction but I also find it very funny that some people may be in their twenties and younger might not even know who rex. Chapman is or they just think. Oh yeah the guy on twitter. You does the videos so Ryan. Let's educate them and refresh people's memories. Take us back to Kentucky late. Nineteen Eighty S. What was rex? Mania Steel Diaper Dandy. That's going to be one of the all time legend the perspective. I'll give you that. I was a north Carolinian living all tobacco road and REX. Chapman was the guy that you made. Sure you got back to your television by eleven o'clock to see sportscenter just to see what he had done he just was. It was electrified. He was so smooth he was dribble behind his back. He was dishing the ball he was Dunkin. He was doing everything that require. Frankly white dude's weren't doing in college basketball that time and this is before the Internet before you could go on Youtube and post. Your own highlight video. People had heard about him but they hadn't seen him so any chance. You had to watch this kid from Kentucky. Play Ball you did it. He was foul before viral was thing. You've been under incredible pressure. And yet you just go on with life every day even though you're probably the biggest folk hero. I guess it's Cogan. Robert Disagree with that. I don't know I just take day by day. So rex was this huge star. And as you mentioned being Kentucky there was a massive spotlight on him. How did he handle that? He handled it by Kinda circle in his own wagons for me. I just wanted to play basketball. And that's it the playing part at Kentucky no problem I loved it. I was good at it. Could handle it no worries it was off court stuff. That really weighed on me. He didn't go to the cafeteria He tried to go to bars with his teammates and he was met at the door by the balancer. Who wrecks man? I'd love Login here. But everyone knows you are if I let you in here. The police will be here in four minutes. It just was it was it was a lonely existence surrounded by people all the time but alone every moment every minute that I wasn't in class or at practise either hsun by myself or sleeping and I was I think I was rationalizing as I'm getting my rest but I was depressed than just in you know back then. You didn't talk about that stuff. He believed that eighteen nineteen years old. He was just getting his rest. But the reality was He was dealing with depression by just going to sleep St cope with it. He started playing horses. He did what everyone in Kentucky does and He started playing the horses. A pretty young age and That was another time and place where he could feel normal. You know he could go to the horse track and he could put his face. You know in that race inform and everybody else's word about their race informs and they won't bother him so after his sophomore off more year REX declares for the NBA draft and he ends up with the brand new expansion Charlotte Hornets for the eighth in the draft and their first in the NBA. The Charlotte Hornets Select Rex. Chapman of Kentucky. What was that like a? It is hard to describe to someone who didn't experience it. Would Hornets Mania was like in Charlotte? This is bad basketball team. This is a team best player was Keller trip Yuka but they set an NBA record for attendance and they sold out every single game for years. It was Muggsy bogues and Dell Curry and REX. Chapman was the Young Guy. He was the face of the franchise. You the best player on the team he was in the NBA dunk contest. Meena I mean and going behind his back I mean he was he was a sensation his NBA career go. He never played an all star game. I mean he made the all rookie team The average fifteen points for game over a dozen years. He had his moments. There was a famous night where he hung thirty nine. Michael Jordan and it wasn't just Michael Jordan. It was the ninety six bowls you know the unbeatable 's you in Phoenix. He became you know as the six man. Essentially he became the most popular guy on the team. And so it was a he everywhere he went. There was a following the end. Why didn't he keep you got old? Has All of us? You know? Father Thomas undefeated and You know over the last three years of his career he had seven surgeries It just got to the point where he knew in that two thousand season with the Phoenix signs that that was going to be his last year because it just got to the point where his whole game was explosiveness and he was not. He did not have the capability to do that anymore. I I knew I was going to retire at the end of this this twelve year. I just wasn't very good. I was spending more time in the training room than I was. Playing wasn't fun at that point and I I had an emergency appendectomy right near the end of the season. I got back home and a doctor gave me a prescription for Oxycontin They gave me that Oxycontin. And I'm I'm telling you within two days I was in love like `I greatest thing I've ever had in my life

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Corbyn says Labour has offered apologies to antisemitism victims

Guy Benson

04:02 min | 1 year ago

Corbyn says Labour has offered apologies to antisemitism victims

"This evening on BBC Jeremy Corbyn the labor leader head of the December twelfth election just melted down in an interview one on one he was asked whether he would apologize to the Jewish community for the rank antisemitism in the labor party that's been so bad that multiple members of parliament who were Jewish have left the party yesterday the chief rabbi in the U. K. put out a statement urging the people to vote against labor because they are an anti semitic party there's been one Jewish member had to have physical security at a labor party conference because Jeremy Corbyn and his band of labor have turned extremely bigoted against Jews it's just it's very ugly he of course claims that he's innocent vas he's innocent of being terrorism apologist which he is he's innocent of being a Marxist which she is he was asked will you apologize for the anti semitism and there's also reporting that he helped cover up the anti semitism and the investigations that were internal of were white washes what he apologized listen to cut twenty three wouldn't you like to take this opportunity tonight to apologize to the British Jewish community for what happens on our site is this I am determined that our society we say for people of all faiths I don't want anyone to be feeling insecure in our society and our government will protect every community don't yes the abuse they receive on the streets on the trains all in all the jeep all those forms of life one more time Andrew can I explain what we're trying to do you have been you've been given plenty of time to do it I asked you if you want to talk to I don't want anyone to go through what anyone has said that several times I understand that Mr Cogan I was asking about an apology and we never got an apology that never came from Jeremy Corbyn he is the leader of a party that is now seen by Jewish people as anti semitic including the chief rabbi in the country he personally stacked investigation to down play these problems he's at people leaving the party because of it as he handled it badly obviously if he wants to say we've handled badly but I'm not a bigot he could have said that of course I apologize and it's never acceptable he would not say at then he was asked this question cut twenty four he said keeping Britain same so suppose your prime minister our intelligence services say there are special forces have located the new leader of ISIS in their sights we can get him do you give the go ahead to take a let's find out what the situation is at that moment in time and what I've said all along as we practice international little we stand by and abide by international and if it is possible only if it's possible the end you try to capture that person that you address is written by someone who's a territory this is because you said you want to keep the country safe and we are under threat of terrorism how do you arrest Sunday in hostile territory surrounded by armed killers said wearing a suicide I said if it is possible but let's look at it in a serious way also if it's not possible would you give the go ahead tonight to take I would take the appropriate decisions at that time when I knew the same thing you would do it yeah I don't think you would do it how can you how can you not say yes it's the leader of ISIS they've been beheading British citizens the leader of ISIS is in your sights it's impossible to capture would you take him out and he wouldn't answer the question will have to think about at the time because we know what the real answers he wouldn't do it they wouldn't do it he also said he would be neutral on brexit out what is that he apparently had a huge problem with his answer on taxes

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"cogan" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

15:36 min | 1 year ago

"cogan" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"A Martha to make their excape right. Harwood is reeling story. What just happened the gaunt incomes the to conclusions a mole and the government is willing to kill him gaunt also expresses that they should never have invited the duke to stay with them now that the police will descend on them at any moment which he agrees with Anne and back at Alfred's house again at his Parents House again. He looks packed and ready to go. He tells his mom at the government job. He was tasked with his gone wrong. She's hugging him sobbing. She asked him if she has fueled say goodbye to his father but he says he can't all right so before the fought we get to the father walking working in I think it's funny. You've had his mother. His mother says oh no. Did you kill someone he goes. Oh no that's the problem. I didn't think her eyes get bake. She understands she's like yeah. Okay okay. I mean I'm sure she's still fearful for his life but I think a pearly made her happy on some point that she's like. Oh Man. They tried to get him to kill someone but oh my son the good boy he couldn't kill someone. You know not knowing that you know he was friendly with the people otherwise pro when I don't kits hits. I get Alfred not killing. Thomas and Martha is because you know he has been friendly with them especially with North Korea. We know early go with Martha but why didn't he kill Harwood as far as I know. I don't think he's ever met Harwood. Does he care or does he think baby. Harwood was a good guy or maybe I don't know oh but I mean think about the friction that would have created if his father had found his you know his his father seems to be on that side with the Harwood Gaunt think about the friction it is father's final days of Elfriede killed. This guy who is father seems to be behind the message and everything like I said this bothers hugging him and sobbing and then like the father comes in his father editors. He's incredulous as his wife tells him that Alfred has to go on the running. He didn't murder someone like the police asked him to. He bids them goodbye and leaves. It's funny too because his mother's like Oh you're going to go to America and he says no no no extra Nafta just fargo else's. I'll think Oh and the Gotham City Oh Thomas and Martha Oh that would be I mean. Could we do that next season. where I mean we could see stuff going on with you know the League and the the Ravens and everything and in England and you know Hyun see some Bazan Dana point everyone but bassy Alfred Thomas and Martha for like at least an episode or two in Gotham is like season two which would better begins? He's too could open up in Gotham. You know them staying at the at the mansion may be off this point. I don't know Thomas's you know again. Everyone's in England so we don't know Thomas. His parents are alive live still but yeah. I think it'd be fun if we could get like at least an episode next season in Gotham you know he would just Alford like oh no. They're coming back here. Okay all right so we're almost at the end. Harwood is meeting with some generals one of which helped Elfriede Fine Kerr's on a couple of episodes ago. He wants them on what is side but the generals remind him that if the Queen isn't with him then they aren't as well he sure them that the queen is indeed with him. The Queen is hunting eighteenth or some aides the here woman crying in the woods and her aides goff investigate. One of them was killed in the others wounded which is when bet and Peggy Sykes approached the queen guns under the ready. They shouted her to put her gun down and she puts her hands up so yeah. I thought that was a crazy. ending last episode with Elford Alford getting arrested at as as grave seemed like the psych sisters a kirk adapted the Queen of England so yeah pretty crazy breezy again. I'm really enjoying this season. I didn't have high hopes as I've said I think a few times these these last episode Susan I'm not the biggest fan of prequels because it's like we know kind of where we're going. You know Alfred eventually be the Butler for the Wayne's Thomas. Martha will get married and our son. Bruce get killed in and out. I mean spoilers. I hope no. F- pretty sure everyone who's watching penny where should know this but yeah. Thomas and Martha eventually get killed in an now lead by criminal which you know spires Bruce to become Batman so yeah so I mean yeah with all these other characters. I mean we don't know what's GonNa Happen with Bazin. Dave Boyer you know Alfred's Parents Kinda. I mean now. We kind of know what's going to happen with his father. We just don't know when so anyway yes very good episode again. It's the next to last ones. I gotTa Keep Gouging me some action suspense. Keep you on your toes and stuff so ever good probably give this a a minus good stuff so looks like on the article article here. Marianna Faithfull will be the next episode will be the season finale and again. I'm hoping get a season two because there's been no announcement one of the season to again. I don't know that the ratings numbers but again it's epochs. I don't know what you know. You're what kind of numbers they consider success but again before I close this out I the article I was getting this summery friend by it was comic speed. Dot Com and the writer was Hussein was seedy again thank you Mr was. CD A again. I think agreed with you just about everything you said while I'm sitting here and have you as a captive audience everyone. Let's see if I can find some readings numbers for Pennyworth worth Let's see every I'd seen ratings ratings but ever seen all these articles canceled is it a wait a second. I haven't gone into a long time but isn't there. A website hold older ravings pie printings by the numbers sat. It's per all right well. I don't know the ratings but again next episode will be the season finale so hopefully if not between now and then hopefully not too long after that episode while hopefully hopefully we'll get will either way confirmation. You know whether were going forward or not. Sorry people text them away honoree home from work okay so again join us back here next week like I was saying hopefully tyler. We back will cover the finale. You know what we thought of sees a one overall and hopefully you know having announced in either way about you know whether it'll be easy to or not be that'd be interesting interesting see fame of the ended on a cliffhanger because that doesn't necessarily mean another season. I mean look what apple was season two crypt on all right said ahead some new do some comics all right so in Batman News. I just saw this today so I'm thinking these are new announcements. Vince the Batman Movie No the the movie starring Robert Pattinson. That's giving made We'll probably everyone's is hurt. Despite now I mean I don't know if it's been confirmed or not but according to Kevin Smith and his I co host Marc Bernardin on that may air fatman beyond on I think in like a week or so ago they were saying that supposedly the plot of the Batman was based on the Batman Long Halloween story line fine. I believe was from nineteen ninety seven at it's a yearlong murder mystery that has low on about man's rogues in it like cat woman joker. Penguin riddler even get a Solomon Grundy scarecrow poison Ivy basically they work in the origin of two faced souks. It's like a Batman Year one story so again you get you know most of the rogues dealing murder mystery. There's a mister mysterious. Killer called Hodge shoes knocking off all these mobsters so yeah. I would love to see this because that's what I think we lack. A lot of Batman. Movies is Batman. Actually being a detective I mean a love Batman Action Batman by like Detective Batman Mixed in there to to think Ultra Batman fans is do all right so all right. Give you some background on the Batman Movie. somebody announcements today was to nouncement casting announcements the Batman Atman they're in talks to with Jeffrey Right the Play Commissioner Gordon He looks very very familiar to me right but I'm trying to blank here who what Jeffrey where he was then. I know the minute I pull this up. I'm going to be like of course that's is what Jeffrey rate was in a let's see Jeffrey rates CH- yeah he was in Oh of course he was in the hunger games. I am reckon. Oh Boardwalk Empire. Yes I remember number Boardwalk Empire. He's doctor Dr Q in the James Bond Films Casino Royale and quantum of solace all list you know the ones with the newer ones with that Daniel Craig he's been in. Hbo Mini Series Angels In America America which I did not watch like I said he was in poor Walk Empire the Hunger Games Casino Royale Quantum of Solace ooh oh you that yet you you probably know Jeffrey rate from something he's got a long list of credits movies and TV ooh see movie wise US in the Manchurian candidate in two thousand four Cassette Casino Royale in two thousand six quantum of solace two thousand eight shout out ones. I know two thousand thirteen hunger games catching fire he's. Bt Oh hunger games mocking Jay part one and two cores at the same character he did voice the good dinosaur in two thousand fifteen so I I'm guessing he's out voice actor. Also you are a television ooh nineteen ninety. Three's in the Young Indiana Jones chronicles for two episodes. looks like you've done a lot of police procedural roles. New York undercover nineteen ninety-four homicide life on the street nineteen ninety seven Guinness at Angels In America Two Thousand Three Oh I don't watch house but he was on house. In Two thousand twelve he was Dr Walter Cowfield guests in the episode. Nobody's fault like I said he was on Boardwalk Empire in two thousand thirteen and fourteen as Valentin cease for Lebanon episodes he did a voice on the venture brothers in two thousand sixteen Here's the voice of think tank again on a watch that show. Oh for those of you who like Bo Jack Course Been Like Charlie Esser Wolf Hellfire he was zone though Jack Horsemen in two thousand sixteen he was the voice of cuddly whiskers and father three episodes. They're again. I haven't watched this. I should have good it is from he's he's on Westworld. He's Bernard low so T- two thousand seventeen she's got a habit. Oh He's on sesame street this year as himself own. He's he has. He has a marble connection in two thousand twenty one. He's going to be He's GonNa Voice the watcher for the what if animated series on Disney plus so again is he might be going to be commissioner. Gordon on the Batman movie is going to do an the voice of the watcher in the what if series so he's another one who walks between the two worlds marvel and these C- he's got he's got a bunch of awards anti awards black movie awards black real words broadcast on Critics Association Awards Chicago International Film Festival Emmy Awards Golden Global Warts Image Awards independent Spirit Awards Tony Awards. Oh so satellite awards Saturn award so's he. What's I forget what you call that when the you know someone has like one link all the the awards movie TV Tony's but yeah so he's a big movie and TV star. Ants so it's GonNa say I'll try to pin him down for AH interview maybe but if he's that that big good luck but also they did the nounce another person. I I don't know if this is confirmed because Geoffrey Rate Oh Jeffrey says Jeffrey rate seemingly confirmed so again not one hundred percent chore but another the One they say I guess they have their eyes on. Maybe there's talks. I don't know but they announced Shona. Hale is being eyed for a secret role in the Batman mm-hmm and I believe they said it's as fill in so I'm thinkin penguin. I don't know if that's too obvious but just is build just his mannerisms his voice. I can see Penguin Donahue unless he slims down a little bit. which I I mean he has done for movies? I think could be hit. He Be Ridler I o could he be if they they do are they are doing the long Halloween. There's like the Falcone family who were like this family gangsters and there's a WHO's Alberto fell Cohn own. WHO's like the Frago of the family I mean who could Jona Hilby playing Alberto Falco okay. There's my choices either penguin or he's overdose fell count 'cause could be Harvey Dent but I don't see that so k. says my choices easier penguin or he's he's Alberto Falcon so those are the casting announcements Oh and like I said I'll mention last week's comics. Wchs Got Batman Seventy nine the current part of city of vein which kind Batman was basically beat by his his his father from an alternate reality who's like the Batman there anybody red flash pointers on talking about Batman of flashpoint but so anyway anyway these basically dumped in the desert but cat woman found him and nursed him back to help..

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"cogan" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

12:19 min | 1 year ago

"cogan" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"He's filming rape from our kitchen but it's like you know a kitchen set easy on a commercial or something yes playing the very you know arm. Just they had average housewife wii for whatever so again speaking to the people you know she's taken Horwitz trick one step further because before he's just like. Oh you know feel feel sympathy for me because you know the powers that be took me and you know beat me. Cut My nose off and tried to silence me but I've come back to you know help the people but meanwhile he was another rich powerful guy so thwaites taken at one better and like you know I'm just a typical average citizen like the arrest of you so hey. Why don't we follow me. You know we can have a government by the people for the people says that sound familiar the some of us yes Harwood later welcomes Duke and Duchess of Wind Mir who I believe we saw at the end of last episode who plans the place in power of the Queen does not support the ravens rise the government the duke is a needy man. He's offended that he's being treated right in balk at the fact that he isn't allowed quote unquote to call for his his Taylor Harwood insists that secrecy is paramount known canoe that he's in the country but he's having none of it again yeah rich people. I mean the puppets. I don't know why Har- is Harvard. Isn't you know I guess he thinks he can put himself on the throne Mamie or maybe he's afraid lead cause. He's already been at target. You know the cut his nose off. Maybe afraid they're gonNA come back and finish. The job is it. It's I assume it's safer to pull the puppet master behind the scenes the power behind the throne his people made me people will be taking you know try to assassinate youth. You're just the person behind behind the figurehead all right well so far would and Francis gone are discussing thwaite and the duke later in the day the for mentioned servant is two Anna cousin the cousin everything including horwitz orange hardwood notes that the sites were a bit warmer to Thwaite then he realized that she's is more dangerous to him that she lets on yeah in the fees. If she's you know May warming up the psych sisters who were supposedly his best friends I mean she's it's very very dangerous and Horwood starting to see that gone questions are what is the way the Sykes are with him and he explodes at her isn't her right to know. Do they say it's his life so his love for them. Unquestionable harbored wants the Senate meeting with weights since he claims they have similar interests. Yes I mean is this supposed host the B. M. bigamous what why is our would so I mean I know he's very grateful for the sake sisters for saving his life but again it's like is is it's. It's not like a romantic thing. I don't think is it like a puppy who gets rescued from the pound. Is it just I does. He see them as the only two people he entrust because he's like I think even before they knew who he was. They save them and they put him off the street. He was gonNA basically die on on the streets homeless so he like. Hey you know when they before they even knew. I was a powerful man. They saved my life. Nurse me back the health so maybe he see these two as you know people the only two people in the world you can trust me even more so than his wife maybe ads. That's not going to go over well with home sweet. Yes only yes that I forget that I say the Harwood would wants a Senate meeting with weight. Since he claims have similar interests. The Servant hops on a bus insists next stones inspector. Z's it seems the two of them are in cahoots disease enters. Here's the prime ministers meeting and informs them on the potential pact between the Ravens and the legion. He flips out yelling that the government will be destroyed if if they were to make a pact may I mean with public executions in the street. Maybe the government should be destroyed destroyed. No Z's then goes and L. Enters Alfred Sal and quickly offers him a way out of prison he wants Alford Alfred Kill James Harwood if he does so he will be cleared of all charges offered the grease that do it which is rather surprising so again. Alfred's you know released of his own recognizance. I guess I'm like. Wouldn't you take the make sure you did the job. Wouldn't you take Elfriede and just ship rape from prison into the meeting. Were supposed to kill Harwood. I don't know maybe you know I guess maybe he's wants to be fueled grateful towards them so I hope do the job but so Alford goes home and his mother answers and knock on their doors to our shock Alfred enters and givers era big old hug same first data comes down the stairs laughs and joy at SIDS PA Baz and Dave were planning the bus Elford out of jail despite his orders Alfred walks into their shock and nee and his parents are having a swell get together at the pub having fun and singing songs well. Someone's gotta a DA. Someone's GonNa die not sure that nobody besides Alpha knows. He's supposed to kill someone yet. be at so funny. I love that scene with the Tas- Dave Dave Dave boy to sitting at the booth and figure it out then over. Just walk sympathetic. Oh hatching plots are away from their Elford. Both a threat like we get. We get some humor newness. It's it's dark at times. It's funny at times. You know gotTa Mix X. He can't lean more one way or the other. I think that's the sign of a great. TV show even movies. It's like you know for the people who like talk down on like oh the the marble movies sometimes or to hugh too much humor and stuff like Oh. How dare you try to get the kind of humor and the like stuff like infinity war and in game but it's like. Do you really want to sit there and flog yourself with. Oh horrible for the two and a half three hours. It's it's like no. That's how you keep it fresh. GotTa check some humor units dark. Sometimes the Ki- you know keep everyone guessing and keep the mix scallon all right but anyway. I'm sorry stocking stuck in more worn a penny with podcast them. Sorry so yes. They're having a party at the pub and then it seems like him and Sandra getting along then Alfred wakes up the next morning with in bed with Sandra wrestle another plunge. Perhaps I swear it's like is there thing with Alfred. I'm trying to remember with as has made it was always like this but it seems like killing like gets him in the mood because I think when he killed wasn't it the thwaites wife or orth weights husband he killed and then that's when he him and Sandra slept together the first time but now he's like about to go kill Harwood the kidding. I'm in the mood again. I mean Alfred has issues. I mean maybe even more I mean even before as made Steffi at issues just just from the war and everything but I think as as death really set things so assuming we're going to deal with this and later seasons so outside his parents House Elfriede is discussing the terms of his freedom with that Baz and Dave boy. He asked to kill James Horwood and he does the new one yet. He's winning diseases call his friends one in on it though Baz notes that Alfred might be going down a slippery slope at the one him to kill again and again after after he's done with Horwood Alfred thought about it and how worry after this job I mean yeah I mean Bazan Dave way of points but again it's too. It's like how many how many jobs disease really. GonNa risk putting Elfriede on especially after this high profile. NFL Drawback Harwood. It's like you know eventually. Alford could go to some but I mean the government seems pretty corrupt but who could who alfred go to somebody and just be like. Hey Oh yeah they at me. Knock off this major big figure Harwood but again. It's you know this the world of Pennyworth seems to He. It's not the same world kind of similar to the world we saw in Gotham. They're getting upset. CAIN so again it's like what figures aren't corrupt in that these universes are eight and then we see undimmed swathe and John Ripper or giving Thomas a job when Martha Walks and greeting tweet warmly she smoothing charismatic and th wait Asir to join Thomas for this assigned job which he's a comfortable with. We aren't exactly sure why Tom doesn't want more than the work with the League at this point but isn't happy that Martha Wermter way into the job he did tell tell her earlier in this episode that she wasn't cut out for this line of work so I don't know if it's Gist Thomas doesn't want an innocent person to get hurt or perhaps like this writer was saying perhaps he's developing feelings for her. which we know are GONNA come? Eventually I mean even after the Big Brouhaha aw Crowley's house maybe Thomas appreciated you know Martha trying to protect his sister and maybe he starting to see things even more of a future all right so back in Alfred's he's sitting with his folks when it gets the call disease of forming him that his job upstarts tomorrow he hangs up the phone the find that his mama's been listening. She begs him not to do any more mischief any mischief. Stay Safe Alfred assures her. That's only government work that she shouldn't worry in a fit. She tells him that his dad has been diagnosed with cancer in its terminal. He doesn't want anyone to know because he doesn't want to start a false prim and proper Brits. She implores him to stay which he does not so. Yes we get we get it verified here that his father does have cancer cell so I wonder how this is. GonNa play out. I wonder how long we're going to have his father left then again. What's he gonNA do with. His mother is in a move back in with her. Is What's going to happen. I guess he's looking at Butler for the Wayne's like we for Thomas Wayne like we speculated at a earlier this season then Alfred and the gang go to the off it took a go to the vantage point to where watching the place where the Raven League were discussed their pact as these radios and orders to kill Harwood and the two dude league agents a man and a woman who could that be Harwood in the sakes exit their car but bet gets back in since she thinks the place is too spooky. Kinda like like stone structures around almost like stonehenge so yes so you know Cuckoo bird the bet slot all freaked freaked out so she gets back in the car. I will then a white car enters the scene outcome Thomas and Martha Alford's watching through slavers scope and spots them cursing to himself bazant. Dave boy armed pouring him the take the shot Elfriede radios in Tuesday's and tells him that Oh half the fig pouch shooting them as the as Aziza anticipated this and tells squad to use plan be thinking quickly. Alford shoots the tea cups on the negotiating table which scatters the group Harwood is escorted escorted back to his car and Thomas Martha take their leave Alford. Take shots at the incoming police cars giving everyone time those. KPI teasingly looks like shoots at you know all AH COP cars engine blocks which for some reason it makes them curve off to the side just in time every time for Thomas.

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"cogan" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

12:34 min | 1 year ago

"cogan" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"Ooh that's that's right. Mr Bosnian solar welcome back everyone to before the bath now Pennyworth podcast. I I am Phil. Joining me as always tonight is well. Nobody yes that's right. tyler be here series feeling under the weather so instead of being rambling in your ear for forty or fifty minutes and sure everyone everyone that I will talk to you about this. Week's Pennyworth episode episode nine really worn ago. I gotta go from here. Besides that where the POPs up in new stories comics excellent last week some bad news pertaining to this podcast so guest said we're GonNa play tonight so I will win. Bowl a forty or fifty minutes wanted to live watch which I won't do. I writes I shall we get to the Pennyworth episode that I'm sure everyone has been looking for retail. So this this episode. This week was episode nine like I said we only got one more. This season titled All McColgan in Like I've been doing every every week so far looking up these names all Angela Co Co the other one changed her name all my Andrew Luke Owen born may nineteenth nineteen thirty two the ceased October twenty six nineteen sixty six known professionally as has all McColgan was an English singer of traditional pop music in the nineteen fifties and early nineteen sixties dump the girl with the Giggle in her voice she she was the highest paid British female entertainer of her era warning White Chapel East London England. Oh yes you chilly the only made it to the age of thirty four so yeah again. I'm I'm assuming they're just using British famous British women as their titles because even like with the music I try to remember what episode of was I looked up the name and like they had used that woman's music in the series but not that episode sell assuming the titles Tone Tau anything to do with the contents sow as that's L. McColgan begin said not a lot there are eight so I brought up a summary from comic speed DOT COM Cell Wall out go through this and give you my thoughts on the episode by Hussein was seedy so giving credit credit it is do in the gives the summary A an whereas efforts being too is being questioned by two agents an Dan Inspector Aziz cause remember the last episode ended with Elbert captured a gun pointed at as maze got grave after he killed kill her killer and his nanny they're asking him for the name of it was accomplished that aided him in the killing of Jon Curzon. Yes to kill her as the accomplice bet sykes but since she saved his life overnight is isn't at liberty to give her name way to his sense of honor at honorable chap as es makes clear that the prime minister wants to make an example Alfred and sent him to prison without a trial the good old. USA nine England Alfred isn't cooperating so Z. Sensing Alfred's parents to say goodbye to him. Mrs Pennyworth is an emotional mess and Mr Pennyworth worth reminds her that they promised they would be strong for him that they wouldn't place a burden on Alfred. What burden is that. I will find out later in the episode stated. He says his Alfred says goodbye and his immediately tossed into some sort of shared prison cell to which he apparently be there for seven years. He looks around that his cellmates. It's at Ask them who their leader is. so yeah. I mean I didn't hear the seven years. At first I mean maybe I missed it but just the way his parents were given. I mean seven years hard time. That's a you know that's a terrible burden but I thought he was going to get the death penalty's way his parents were going but again to as we find out later in the episode his father has cancer so I'm sure his mother was like oh by the time he gets out his father's going to be dead so yes so that's not but he's not gonna be there for long. People don't worry be happy. Sorry I write so the prime minister meanwhile Cuba Seinfeld transition transition music the prime minister ounces on the telly that the general election will be held soon as he has lost the majority in parliament election will every party including bring those previously considered illegal which means that the Raven Society Court House and the no name League will also be in the running so yeah got no. I'm not saying that the Ravens Society is the Court House but I think this is this shows version of the Court House because I think pretty pretty much at this point in time. The Court House was basically only in America. I think may mainly headquartered in Gotham anthem Gotham. There will rub southgate. You're welcome and watching the Telly at Martha Kane's apartment meant as Martha and Thomas Wayne for getting an argument about the practicality these radical organizations Thomas is much more cynical about it the Martha the WHO seems a bit naive about what the people of England are capable of y'all. It's walked down this alley. Nothing will happen now. That was Thomas. That'll be Thomas's his idea. They greeted disagree and Thomas is about the head off the work. Martha stops him informing him that she's ready to get back to work. Now Tom his Kylie L. E. brushes her off but after she insists he tells her that she needs to consider not working for the league anymore by the way the two of them are seemingly lot more coz. Yes it on the couch and you know she got her legs up and wonder if these two crazy kids will remake it together don't know they've been hanging out a lot recently. Whether isn't a sign of political romantic entanglement. At least the writers are planning the seeds for their eventual union. I I mean yeah I mean we know their endgame and it's only the first season sell. I'm sure they're drawing that out. Even though we know what's going to eventually happen but now keep the romantic tension as much as they can even though again we know where it's going but meanwhile Mr Mrs Pennyworth are walking down the street eight when Mr Pennyworth spots a poster of James Harwood being put up he raises his fist in salute but gets into a coughing fit which we all know as a mark give death yes yes Mr who wrote this article again CD yes that's right stir CD. Yes anyone who calls on TV died a good good observation Miss.. Mrs Pennyworth begs her husband to who tell him presumably Alfred but he's insistent on keeping it a secret again seen change Horwood along with Benton Peggy Sykes returns returns to his home is was his base of operations that we visited back in the pilot episode Harwood's wife Clara says there to greet them and she has as an unease about her. She seems happy on a surface level. It looks to be hiding something and again couldn't like her co discount heat disappeared for how long which yeah he was attack at his nose cut off and everything but any shows up with these two women owner she gives Harwood's awkward kisses and she and her husband and the psych sisters under the Living Room Harwood talking Clarisa gives the drink caring servant standing by some awkward looks which he returns clearly. They have been together since since cooler. SF thought her husband was ole sleeping with the help. Not Naughty Harwood plants a weird kisses on her neck while the Sykes have figured figured out this whole thing an at newgate prison. That's funny not Blackie like in Gotham newgate prison Sids Daughter Order Sandra enters yes because remember elford plunge all the cellmates gathered creepy around her but when she said she's looking for Albert petty where immediately disperse someone's taking charge already love it with now we know who taught bruce his command Batman his commanding presence. It's an older gentleman by the door calls out for Elfriede and he sits her down. She's come on behalf of Baz and Dave boy and she brings a coded message. They ask her retell offered that they're planning is escaped which elford vehemently than is. He won't Sandra to go back to them and forget the whole thing. Oh he tells me he's like yeah. Tell them their children and their domino when all this in other words. I can't ethic repeat. Yes it is and again the raiders because on the mentioned that Alfred Sandra had a brief fling followed by the death of as May just want a one night the plunge an Alfred has been called the her ever since he he finally tells her that she deserves better than she shouldn't have the meat men in praise some of them that don't judge don't judge her that she can have anyone she wants. She agrees and it seems like she's really pining for Elford. Elford calls for the older gentleman by the door to escort Sandra enter out. If anyone bothers them he tells the man who just use his name. Alfred has apparently taken over. This entire cell was an and his an incharge. That's right this guy that write the articles so that odd. It's so funny because it's like it's almost like a gangster like you know anyone who watches daredevil. ICKE even in prison. Kingpin was pretty much manage charged for a while. It's like he's not even in like these. I guess just through these people in the cells and like just don't even do much with them because Alford. No everyone's like almost looks like they're dressed like raggedy like there's like prison uniforms. Alfred's like in a suit suit you know old dress prim and proper and like a three piece suit so it's very weird. I swear when I was watching us. I think there were men. An women in this is just it's not even like a regular cell which is like one big concrete. Were human like everyone's just you know hanging out and sit on sitting laying around and ONA what everyone's doing the past time but anyway Sandra it's back to the pub and finds Baz and Dave Boyne Join Relase Alfred's man Alford's message. Sorry everyone thought co host ayatollah take every so often. Take a break the drink all right so meanwhile. Harwood in the Sykes are watching unseen swayed the leader of the namely. Give her a speech on television yet. She's in a kitchen set with cake materials in front of her this gives her a homely warm looked the Sykes actually identify with while Harwood misses her speech as trash he has clarisa lover. The Servant turn the TV off. Yes this was another scene. I mean Harwood had everyone eating out of the palm of his hand. What was it last episode yet this time. I Sway Taza the people because she seemed like a 'cause he even in liquid little speech heels on TV. She's he's like a modern customer giving speeches. You'll have to excuse me you know. Fly Speak speak plainly and bluntly which is good because he again yeah. We'll take she's..

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Aleksandr Kogan: The link between Cambridge Analytica and Facebook

Against the Rules with Michael Lewis

06:39 min | 2 years ago

Aleksandr Kogan: The link between Cambridge Analytica and Facebook

"I wanna start this episode by telling you just the very beginning of a story. I recently heard about a guy named Alex Cogan born in nineteen eighty six into a Jewish family in the Soviet Union. After the collapse in nineteen ninety one. The government loses control and Jews or even less safe than before Alex's dad's starts getting death threats. So he up and moves his entire family four generations of Cogan 's to New York City. In nineteen Ninety-four, Alex enters first grade in Brooklyn public school, he's conspicuous way taller than the other kids. He speaks no English. He's also got a talent for math and science. Once his teachers can understand him. They think he has the makings of gifted physicist. Life's not hard for him. But as he grows up he begins to see that. It isn't always easy for everybody else. Six months after they arrived in the United States. His great grandmother had jumped from their apartment window to her death. His parents the loves of each other's lives. Split up Alex cries every night until they get back together. He enters high school in one of his close friends attempt suicide another becomes clinically depressed. Alex begins to read psychology. He's a math and science kid, but he's getting more and more curious about human nature. And the first time I met him. And I really remember very distinctly because he almost always wore these giant basketball shorts. No matter what the weather is terribly dressed like a lot of Berkeley undergrads, and you know, basketball shoes that's decker Kellner the psychologist at the university of California. Berkeley who runs something called the greater good science center, where they study human emotion. We heard from him in episode one. Alex Cogan was a shambolic six foot four inch freshman back in two thousand and five when he knocked on daggers office door instead he'd like for decker to teach him. Emotions fascinated him. It come to cal- to study physics. But he'd been thinking about love about the distinction between loving and being loved. He wanted to study it the way it study a quark and now came in. He said, you know, I have seven kinds of love that I'm gonna put people into like. Wow, that's interesting. And there are twelve variations of I forgot what the other factor was that are set of conditions that he wanted create and there were eighty four different conditions in his study. So he's gonna study seven different kinds of love. And he's going gonna stay all these different variables that would would maybe predict right? The force of the love power of the low. Exactly. So he's about to make love more complicated than it's ever been. So sounds like right. He was going to confound our understanding of love decker talks Alex out of that idea. But this kid is so smart and original and full of energy. So decker takes him in. And it isn't long before Alex's finding things to do that. No one else is doing for instance, the thing that he does after they discover a gene it's associated with human kindness, and Alex did this cool paper where he showed if you present videotapes of people who have that, gene. Or this variant of gene that makes them kind. And I am an observer. And I see one of those people for twenty seconds on video. I trust them. Right. I'm like this guy. I go to battle with this guy ride. I trust this guy by the time Alex graduates from cal- he's established himself as the most promising student in the entire psychology department, and the most unusual just this big sweet natured guy with a serious talent for math and statistics and desire to study huge questions like what is love when he left and he so unconventional, Michael. He coulda gone to any graduate program in the country, and he chooses the university of Hong. On what? Because he met this woman or got engaged fell in love. Yeah. Fell in love but decker and Alex stay in touch. They collaborate on a few papers. They're both interested in big questions about human nature at the same time. Social media has started to create a new way to study those questions. In late two thousand twelve Facebook invites decker to visit and asks him to create a bunch of new emojis ones that better convey actual emotions when Dacca sees would Facebook knows about its users. He's blown away. This could be the greatest data source it will ever exist. And it would help us answer questions from the scientific perspective. Like, how does disease spread in some neighborhoods, but not others what predicts heart attacks where does hate crime, whereas it likely to happen, right? That was all tractable the data. The had meanwhile, Alex had moved to England to teach a Cambridge University. He was still researching the same stuff the positive emotions, and he too was saying possibilities in the new social media data, and I was at Facebook doing my consulting work. And I saw there. What are you doing here? And he's everywhere, you know, like, I'm working on this other project, and he told me about it. Alex Cogan told decker that he wanted to use Facebook to study things like love and happiness, for example. You might be able to take a fairly small sample of data say the likes of ten thousand Facebook users to make discoveries about those emotions in entire countries. The math was complicated enough the decker himself didn't fully understand it. He then forgot all about it until one day a year or so later when Alex Cogan called him up. He calls me after Trump's elected. And he says, I think I've done something that was part of this election as like, okay? Well, let's stock. What is it? And he said I created this mechanism that was purchased and used in the Trump campaign. Here's word of the actually it had some effect or that he'd be perceived heads affect I don't think he made that distinction. I just think he thought out now Alex Cogan sense that he might have a problem. He just had no idea how big it was going to be.

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"cogan" Discussed on Man Points! Podcast

Man Points! Podcast

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"cogan" Discussed on Man Points! Podcast

"By your been as big of a fan of whole Cogan. You are as big of a fan of whole Cogan as you are end as bald as you are how come you don't rock the band, Dan, all the time. Like that look or did you or did you like did not? I did it for about two years did about two years when they had just woke up this is this is may. But you know, now that I'm retired. I could absolutely grow the little bit of back here. I have long attempt. The phone over. Yeah. Because there's to worry about anything on top. That's not happening. It's not just growing just grow it on the signs, but don't let it go flood just just talking behind the ears. Just have that band. Bandon business in the front end Danna Cobain. That I can't do. I just think we need to ban. Hats from the podcast why because we weren't we've gone video in this room way. More entertaining, the fans wanna know what's under the hat been nothing. They wanna see prove it. No. Is upset as Lee beard is set buyer by whiskers on kept up there. I need to shame. When it's not there. Their stuff there. There's something. From that team fit pace on top of your head. Freight is a little sparse nowadays. But it's not for all those years. So let's not growing back. I got we got we had a discussion before Mitch came on before recording or anything. So also pretty much. Yeah. So we want to kind of see mitch's opinion about Mr Robert Kraft. Ooh. Yeah. Case people have very who just get around or warn out for him for pretty much getting a blowjob at a cheap s moose Arbor. At a Sabbarra. Used propositioning hookers at Taco Bell. Talk rolling players. It does the year piercing like, hey, it's gonna bathroom. He's got the money. Chick compared to what he could have paid for for real. Well, of course, you know. I look at the news on my phone. I was like. Please tell me this is real. I course. No, you did you said, please tell me it was Tom Brady treaty. Given him the blow job on the video. Video. Hoping it was a game awful..

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How Agiloft is Bringing Order to Legal Tech

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

05:34 min | 2 years ago

How Agiloft is Bringing Order to Legal Tech

"I wanna talk with calling Earl is the CEO of agile loft. And he's coming off the hills of legal tech, the world's largest legal tech event when low professionals evaluate legal document management software, but he's agile off so powerful contract managed. -ment solution is actually helping corporate legal professionals to mitigate their contract compliance risk, which of course, then allows them to drive consistency and best practices in document assembly. An ultimately automate even the most complex review and approval processes. The also comes with a deep configure ability that provides unparalleled control over legal processes and workflows allowing decision makers to realize that organizational objectives. I'm the company has won numerous awards recently, which put them firmly on my radar. So let's came on the show to find out more book up and hold on tight. So I can be meal is all the way to the heart of Silicon Valley. So we can speak with Cullen. Oh, CEO at at your left. So massive warm. Welcome to the show calling. Can you tell the listeners about who you are? And what you do. My name is Colin Powell. And I'm the CEO of I lost make have clouds code free. And pro software applications, for example, contract life cycle management service, stash compliance etcetera customers run the gamut from folks like raw, Chevron AT and T fortune five hundred companies to public sexual relations like USA USAF and startups like shopper Feis now. One of the big trends appears to be following me around at the moment as legal tag. I mean, the industry pays to be trying to shake off its stereotyped image of being slow slow to embrace change, and in particular technological change. And I believe you recently attended legal tech which listeners just tuning in a new to this. That's the largest legal technology event of the year where low professionals evaluate legal. And document management software amongst other things, can you tell me a little bit more about event, and what you actually walked away from it as well with the K messages that you took away from Evan b k message is the appetite for technology amongst legal professionals and companies days this there's a huge desire to automate legal operations, and contracts course, of lifeline of of model commerce, but astonishingly got estimates. That eighty five percent of organizations lack any enterprise contract management system companies using spreadsheets individual desktop somebody contract and the professionals we must legal tech rendering creasing crashes from a whole host of factors increase rate of change of the business requires faster execution, but above all the demands of government risk and compliance a more pressing than other and at the same. Time especially after the financial crisis. There's a lot of pressure on legal operation costs. So professionals are looking to technology both to ensure compliance and to reduce the the burden of maintaining that compliance and other any particular technology trends and drivers in the legal industry right now that, you know, saying also is it the clients that actually forcing the industry to change their ways. Would you say I I would say it's both the clients and the vendors are the primary changes were saying it's a drive to manage wres-, especially with respect to compliance, and they should have like GDP. Increasing concern of the protection of confidential personal information and corporate information and the pace of commerce is such that even the most deep-pocketed technology companies console to be complacent about the risks associated with enterprise to take one example in two thousand thirteen and that name don't tally sign the Cogan crates, it a little Facebook hat called this is digital life, which asks us questions for psychological profile, then turned around and in violation of Facebook's contractual terms, so sold those uses responses and personal data became Janelle ethica as a result of the scandal folks trust in the social media, John and they stopped using the platform company finally took steps to improve. And automate detection of such breaches the damage was done the stop. Dropped a hundred and fifty billion dollars in market value in the space of nineteen minutes following Downing's hall, and if you using to humans to monitor compliance it's going to be prohibitively expensive. And you're going to miss things the building complaints into your contract management system is much more sustainable, and the of course, shield ac- of agile fight you set that has over three million us as organizations ranging from small enterprises to US government agencies and fortune five hundred companies they won't depend on your top. Right. At products waits for contract management software service, stash costume, workflow and so much more. But what really caught mile at least as how especially in automating processes to away too complex, competing

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October Retail Sales Numbers

24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

October Retail Sales Numbers

"Levinson reports. Federal judge Brian Cogan admonished chop defense team to stick to the facts, the reprimand came after an opening statement in which attorney Jeffrey Lichtman claimed Joaquin Guzman wasn't the leader of the Sinoloa drug may on Brexit. I'm Ed Donahue with an AP news minute leadership is about taking the right decisions. Not the easy one. British Prime Minister Theresa may says she believes with every fiber in her being the deal. Her government. Struck two separate with the European Union was the right one two cabinet ministers have resigned in twenty four hours since the government back the deal. Cool weather helped fire crews gained ground on northern California. Biggest wildfire the deadliest in the nation in a century as the search went on for more bodies. At least fifty six people have died in New York Caesar say on the Florida man accused of sending pipebombs two prominent critics of President Trump pleaded not guilty to charges carrying a potential mandatory life prison. Sentence. Roy Clark has died. Right. Clark was the co host of the long run TV show hee-haw he was a country singer as well with hits like yesterday when I was young and honeymoon feeling ROY Clark died in Oklahoma. He was eighty

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CEO to stock analysts: "You are an embarrassment to your parents"

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

CEO to stock analysts: "You are an embarrassment to your parents"

"Cleveland cliffs CEO Lorraine Cogan cow. This isn't a big fan of the Goldman Sachs group analyst who covers this company as shares of the largest US iron ore producer fell as much as ten percent yesterday gone Calvin closed his analysts called by specifically calling out Goldman's Matthew corn, the CEO question corn for saying in a report Friday that the company modestly missed estimates. It was at the end of a call in which gang Calvin raged against analysts sent shortsellers Cleveland cliffs ended Friday down

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"cogan" Discussed on Natch Beauty

Natch Beauty

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"cogan" Discussed on Natch Beauty

"Our best friends. Yeah. And this Japanese line that I love of love called Cogan dome. I know Cogan foundations, their stunning everything. Yeah, that will the whole lines based on skin care. Oh, wow. Oh, really. I've worked very closely with this brand for really long time, and I know a lot about what their technology and everything's based on skin care, so treating the skin and everything like that. So they have a scrub is called their Gamal Joe, and you actually can use that on a dry skin in the makeup room, dry skin, scrape traveling, whatever you're gonna do and you just wipe it off. Yeah. And he gently removed a lot of just like excess texture and things like that because especially with HD you really wanna minimize texture, anyone hydrate and especially, you know, that's key for beauty. But if we're going to do a character in a prosthetic, we need a smooth canvas for that too. So they're, they're Majdal incredible. And there's another line love called Syra miracle and their serum just really drives. Some moisture in the skin and just kind of locked in. They're buying both of those. You know why? Because I feel like I buy serums and they just sit on my face my face won't strength them. Yeah. So if it's this was drinking, I'm getting that baby. Yeah, wow. How dump dressing? So it starts with skin care. Very exciting. So what's your daily makeup in skin care? Like I always have him you as in here and we ask them what's in your kitten? What do you use? But like what are you? You don't use Kerry for your face because obviously you vetted everything. So like day to day, what are your favorite things to us? Well, I'm glad you asked because everything that I use professionally, I use personal. Yeah. Well, that's certainly says that it works and you like it? Yeah. Well, I, if I don't endorse it in my own routine and my makeup room, I'm not gonna bring it into my class right either. So every product I hand select. And I've, I've really put it to the test. Yeah, you know. So few have something on skin for fifteen hours. Oh, wow. You're still, you know, hydrated and all that that you know for me traveling around the world kind of stuff. You know, I don't wanna show up like I don't have my act together. Dry and crusty people are going to take you seriously no trust there. So I use the Gamaa shell. So use Cogan doa used their cleanser use the Sierra miracle infect Sierra. Sierra miracle has really great mask hydrating mask use that, and and I'm love, love love oils. I'm all about that. And I just recently got introduced to this organic shea butter line called Cheryl boo. Oh, it's Doral yet and the founder, she's lovely. And so I've just been slathering myself with all kinds of shave butter shale, oil and all that kind of stuff. What daily foundation are cover up, do you like we'll for myself personally if I put it on somebody else. I love Vail. Okay. Beauty cosmetics. I wore that in my wedding. Oh, nice. My friend. A cat cat bardo. She's that head to head department are she's the department head on drug history also gonna love. She's, she's done, crazy, stop. You know, she's got a turn people into Hitler. She's got turn people into all kinds of so she but she did my makeup for my wedding. She does beauty as well, but she also really loves effects and everything. But she did Vail..

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Twitter, Facebook head to Washington to testify before the Senate

60 Minutes

03:52 min | 3 years ago

Twitter, Facebook head to Washington to testify before the Senate

"Twitter and Google are due to testify again on Capitol Hill on the subject of foreign. Countries using their platforms To interfere with US elections It's been a tough few. Months for Facebook and, CEO Mark Zuckerberg in July the company's valuation dropped one hundred twenty four billion dollars the largest single. Day plunge in US history this in the wake of, a cascade of disturbing revelations as, we first reported in April we now know that during, years of, essentially policing itself Facebook alab Russian trolls, to by US election ads, advertisers to, discriminate by race hate. Groups to spread fake news and because Facebook shirked privacy concerns a company called Cambridge Analytica was, able to syrup tissue sleep gain access to personal data mined. From as many as eighty seven million Facebook users The, man who mind that data for Cambridge Analytica is a, scientist named, Alexander Kogan he's at the center of, the Facebook controversy because he, developed an, app that harvested data. From tens of millions of unwitting Facebook users the main infraction the main charge is that you, sold the data so at the time I thought we're doing. Everything that was correct I was kind of, acting honestly quite naively thought we. Were doing everything okay. Facebook says that you lie to them that's frustrating to hear to be honest if I had any inkling that what we. Were gonna do was gonna destroy a relationship with Facebook I? Would have never done it if I had any inkling that I was going to cause people to be upset I would. Have never done it this is the blind we have back that for someone implicated. In the biggest privacy scandal on earth Cogan seems incongruously guileless before all this happened what was your job and what was your field. Of study so, I was a social psychologist who was working as. A university lecturer at the university of Cambridge in England and England And I ran this lab that studied happiness and kindness and happiness and kindness Yeah. That's a far cry. From the adjectives lobbed at him now sinister in unethical here's what he did he ask Facebook users to take a. Survey he designed from which he built psychological profiles meant, to predict their behavior He failed. To disclose one that. What he was really after was access to their friends tens of millions of people he could not otherwise reach easily And to that he was doing the survey for Cambridge Analytica a political consulting firm that use the material to influence people, on how to vote the companies then CEO bragged about their prediction models on stage by having hundreds and hundreds of. Thousands of Americans undertake the survey we were able to form a mobile to predict the, personality of every single adult. In the United States of America Did you get to the point where you were predicting personalities And you gave that to Cambridge analytic? Contract what did you think they were gonna, use it for I knew it was gonna be for elections and I had a understanding or feeling that. Was going to be for the Republican side as political consultants Cambridge analytical was. Hired by campaigns to analyze voters and target them with ads

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"cogan" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"cogan" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

"Faintly selling all my is just the best, but like whole Cogan was the one. And then I saw Cruz white. Right. You just think I'm never gonna do the hoax. My hero and then you watch crews ally, anything God writing soon as my. And then I saw spike Dudley and I was like, this is a normal dude in DongA grease, look, look for the fine. I. I'd like, you know, like mine calling got thrown off the hell in the cell. That was when I was like, oh my God. I could do these crazy bums because I'm crazy, absolutely do this. And then. You, you have something to compare yourself to. Right. You see a spike, I'm I'm, I'm. I'm the same size that guy he's on on TV. Right. So you under you understand it is if you put the work in, it's something that you can is attainable. He, it was a time of eight might make believe it was a title and then seining Tikal these crazy bumps and stuff. I was just like, wow, I could do this because he's just getting vastly. And I'll get lastly all the time because I'm an idiot too big causing shop. Like I could this. And then I found the Chinese school locally to me and my first training lesson by sets who's you five at restless billing. LEGO. You want to be building went. Yeah. And then I threw me into a locker, like just room like. Nobody of any value that was was trying to make that like like no nine that you know what or anything like that it was an old well, the sport, local state, Logan, even head coach Sasso. He took our first seminar so thing, and then he's always onto him with ones. Coach, I got thrown into a lock head. I my first Chinese session. She's and you. You grew up in Europe in Birmingham, right? Yes. That's right. Offerings enters? Yes, you, there's a lot from Birmingham, you know, peaked on taller by transcendent. Yeah. All west Maitland. Boys' rule Berman's tough town and always has been a bit rough too. It's not the not the funnest walk around like that. You know. Not fun, so thrown thrown in the locker. Now was it because you said spike Dudley, was your guy or is it just they wanted to throw in locker. I think you just don't know. I mean they weren't. They weren't like actions whether teacher male lesson or anything that was anything get back off or I think it was just the, I didn't know what they were doing. And I were probably in the science for we were not like that was my all. I remember from my first he's getting thrown at thrown into that lockout and then getting back up and just it was it was just a a license like, okay, if I'm gonna do I'm gonna be taking some knocks, everybody, everybody's, everybody's like every everybody could applying like off about labor. It's everybody. It's just everyone had Newsweek differently prequel that lighters. It's just you gotta. You gotta get used to physicality Iranian. So. And to the point of the guys that through you in the locker. I've always said it's the people that never made it that are always the angriest and the actual like the the people who truly attain something they that bitterness has gone because they got there and they did it. And so so always said there's a lot of wrestling trainers out there that are very bitter and that's a dangerous combination..

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Republicans accuse Facebook, Twitter of bias in 'dumb' hearing

WBZ Morning News

02:24 min | 3 years ago

Republicans accuse Facebook, Twitter of bias in 'dumb' hearing

"Monday the jury selection will begin. November fifth Cogan agreed to delay the trial after. Goosebumps defense said potential evidence was only recently turned over to them and they left them with inadequate time to. Prepare they say prosecutors recently turned over more than one hundred thousand sound files and some thirty five hundred pages of witness interviews with ten thousand more pages yet to. Come Guzman has pleaded not guilty to charges that has cartel laundered billions of dollars in oversaw a ruthless campaign of murders and kidnappings Mark Remillard ABC, news New. York Three bill's expected to get a vote in the house this, week but. The same cannot be said for. The, twenty nineteen fiscal budget which is now seventeen. Days late house speaker Bob deleo says he is optimistic the house will vote on a Bill to regulate short. Term rentals such as Airbnb as well as finalize a Bill to raise the tobacco purchasing age to twenty one and vote on another Bill to wipe anti-abortion state laws. Off the books delay oh says he is disappointed the budget still doesn't have a vote but says he's hopeful Senate president Harriet Chandler we'll, have good, news soon Facebook YouTube and, Twitter officials will, testify before, the, House Judiciary committee today focusing on. Social media filtering practices GOP lawmakers are taking aim at. Social media platforms and they're filtering practices Facebook Google and. Twitter sending their top public policy executives to Capitol Hill Republicans have. Criticized the, pot form for what they claim were politically motivated practices. A blocking some conservative content the companies have rejected that claim today's hearing comes after one the judiciary held in April which the. Companies had denied to participate end Serena Marshall ABC news Washington a, dog is back home now after police in, New Jersey posted, its mugshot on. Social media Cape May patrolman Michael assay bean the park and a yard Sunday he then posted a photo on Facebook with a caption this is what happens when you run away from home it took just a few hours before the pugs owners, tractor, down let's say age. Later posted that being paid her bail, in cookies 2018 is turning out, to, be, a great year for pop Star Kelly Clarkson Along with our hosting duties on the voice and. Billboard music awards a singer will be headlining the annual US open tennis tournament performance in August will kick off the fiftieth anniversary of the two week event bringing together the world's..

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Facebook's 'Maximum Penalty' in UK for Cambridge Analytica Is Chump Change

Today

02:22 min | 3 years ago

Facebook's 'Maximum Penalty' in UK for Cambridge Analytica Is Chump Change

"Salaries have broadcasters paid over one hundred and fifty thousand pounds last year the figures caused months of negative headlines when it was revealed that some women were paid less than men for doing similar jobs this year's annual report will break down the earnings of individual presenters showing what they get for each program they appear on thank you joel's it's nine minutes paul seven facebook is facing record fine for failing to protect it uses personal data and failing to to be transparent about how the information could be harvested offers the foreign may be a record but it is just five hundred thousand pounds hof that if they pay promptly which works out around fifty p for each of the million people whose data was harvested by cambridge analytica who were working with the vote leave campaign during the referendum joined by the regulated by the information commissioner elizabeth denham welcomes his junior thank you good morning facebook's current profits around four hundred and thirty billion pounds a year hoffa million isn't gonna worry them to bunches it is our maximum fine under the previous law the data protection act of nineteen ninety eight the infringement happened several years ago so that is the maximum amount available to us if it happened now what would be the possibility well under the gdp are are finding power is up to four percent of global turnover and we think this was a very serious contravention so in the new regime they would face a much higher fine but this isn't all about the millions could be this is not all about fines though and i think any company that faces of fine and we've issued our notice of intent to find facebook for these serious contraventions any company is worried about its reputation because people want to feel that their data is is safe very serious you say is your description of this what precisely or you saying facebook is guilty of in two thousand and fourteen in two thousand fifteen the facebook platform allowed an app and your listeners may remember that dr cogan created personality.

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"cogan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"cogan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And one billion dollars is the rumored price coming up later on tonight we're sending producer ari out somewhere in central indiana ari jump on the mike here we've given you four tickets to the indy five hundred not just two but four and you're going to go somewhere around central indiana right i'm gonna take my tickets i'm going to go out there and i'm going gonna be sending out some hints some clues on the hammer nigel facebook page starting at seven thirty the first person to find me is getting those four tickets all right so producer always going to be out later on follows the hammer and nigel show on facebook to see where he's going to be and you could win those tickets i think what we need to kind of get in the mood for everything are some words of wisdom from aj foyt hammer and nigel present words of wisdom aj no no talking about of wisdom with aj kevin not kevin cogan who calls the accident cuban so good if you've seen a fourteen foot python and beech groves what you give us a tweet before you call nine one one take a picture that bad boy tweet us at hammer nigel we've also got some indy five hundred tickets to give away to you and sometime in the next sixty minutes we're going to give them to you so don't go anywhere we still got another hour to go we're going to give away some tickets we're gonna find ourselves a snake and we're gonna have some fun if the hammer and nigel show right here on ninety three you know when you're scrolling through your phone for working on your laptop and that notification pops up update available consider this a notification from your.

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How Europe's New Privacy Law Will Change the Web

The Takeaway

02:16 min | 3 years ago

How Europe's New Privacy Law Will Change the Web

"Are lots of instances where there's some overlap between the work cambridge analytica was doing and russia one of the things that wiley was alluding to was the fact that alexander kogan our researcher who developed the app that facebook are that cambridge analytic had used on facebook had traveled to saint petersburg his work was known in russia and so one of the fears there is that you know either by choice or by force russia may have acquired some of the insights from cambridge analytica they may have key logged or hacked cogan and others who had access to the data it's unclear there was a later exchange about the extent to which russian trolls who sought to stabilize the us election whether they had access to some of that information but wiley told members of congress that it was not clear to him that the internet research agency had ever obtained that data i think more than anything though it just shows us that there are so many unanswered questions here about the tactics that cambridge analytica employed and the extent to which the space book information may have been weaponized two or three steps removed from those who had it in the first place tony romm technology policy reporter for the washington post's thanks for joining us tony thanks for having me online platforms terms and conditions present users with a false choice because using the internet is no longer choice americans cannot opt out of the twenty th century whether or not you watch christopher wiley testimony on wednesday you might feel the same see when you click agree on the dozens of sites you visit and subscribe to you don't really know what it is you're agreeing to or whether or not you even have the option to decline it's something that i noticed especially over the past few weeks companies present new terms and service agreements to online users but the new agreements aren't result of facebook state of breach natasha who is a senior writer for wired covering silicon valley you are part of the millions probably billions of people that are getting these annoying emails right now and the reason for it is an upcoming privacy law in europe called the general data protection regulation or gdp are for short so it's a set of privacy laws that will go into effect on may twenty fifth and it requires companies to have a legal basis for.

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"cogan" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"cogan" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"You made the he'll turn yes exactly yeah i was four i was whole cogan and now i'm hollywood hogan hurling towels i like hotel monster that sounds like a movie i would go see nineteen the rock would want to be in that right yeah movies the rock doesn't want to be in no i mean i think as li khaki short i feel like he's very charismatic and he can make like he's someone who i imagined goes into the audition and they're just like he knew what to do with the lines yeah he knew that he should raise one eyebrow and be strong i think we can all agree and i don't mean i don't want to speak for the two of you but i think we can all agree in this room that the rock is great and everyone likes the rock rice has the rock ever had a major role in a good movie oh thank you what is the like i mean i like reno nine one one the movie and he had like a funny cameo in even see that it's very funny no mean i think the rock the rock the rock is really zeroed in on kind of like forgettable but impressively made pg thirteen movies yeah and i think that's all he wants to do people thought that jumanji the new batch was pretty good right sir jack black raw urging of the jumanji and gremlins universe yes yeah i mean yeah i mean i would wager a guess as to say that i have i'm not i'm not a go to see iraq movie because.

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"cogan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"cogan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Facebook confirm that cogan had done research and consulting with the company in two thousand thirteen and two thousand fifteen but in a statement told sixty minutes at no point during these two years was facebook aware of cogan activities with cambridge analytica cogan is testifying before the british parliament next week he says he's financially ruined and discredited through his ordeal he says he's come to see the error in the assumptions made by the tech world about americans attitudes towards privacy now we all know what you did was it right back fun we thought it was fine right now by has really been changed and has been changed in particular because i think that core idea that we had that everybody knows nobody cares was fundamentally flawed and so if that idea is wrong then what we did was not right i was not wise and sincerely sorry it turns out cogan has something in common with mark zuckerberg is they're both suddenly contrite we didn't take a broad enough view of our responsibility and that was a big mistake and it was my mistake and i'm sorry mark zuckerberg says that he cares about privacy now i think the real problem is is not what he feels in his heart i think the real problem is that you've got a company that has repeatedly had privacy scandals has repeatedly shown that it doesn't prioritize privacy over the years and when you when you think about that it's like you know put yourself in the position of you know if your partner was cheating on you and they cheat on you fifteen times and apologize fifteen times at some point you have to say enough is enough like we need to make some kind of a change here.

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"cogan" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"cogan" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"It is it is true caller take a more careful look at twenty four degrees north latitude sixty one west longitude see you see it then look at south carolina and and and get back to his on that too wildcard line you're on the air with john cogan high thanks for taking my call k ideal six thirty am in boise idaho of course just got a couple of questions i when you you're talking about the area surrounding the crater being riddled with cracks john i get this picture of and this may be way off but i get a picture of like if you were to throw a rock into a windshield of a car it doesn't actually go through it makes you know basically a crater and cracks branch out from that but what would happen if once you've you know damaged that surface you know such as the crust of the earth if if another asteroid were to impact yours would be the possibility of breaking all the way through and because of the week in state due to cracks from previous impacts the earth just kind of blowing apart well that's very true and actually the general opinion has that the fracture lines are you see all through the ocean floor there were created by plate tectonics and the stretching of the earth's crust and it's really quite frankly they're really not well understood at all but they're there and they're the weak part of the crush they're like scars you might say caller saying though like when you get a a rock that hits your windshield you get these radio you get these radiated cracks these cracks were there before this asteroid hit however they were they they they come from the earth itself and not from a prior impact or anything like that okay.

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"cogan" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"cogan" Discussed on WTMA

"And when when i say app two hundred fifty thousand two hundred seventy thousand seen a variety of different numbers they're downloaded the app and put the personal information and the app and from what i've read cogan then provided this information to cambridge analytica which does political targeting which was not disclosed to the users and listen when it comes to a lot of this privacy stuff i think there's there's a whole lot more going on when it comes to privacy then most people would even could fathom on what people have access to this this is a story this is a story but google for instance is another one that when you see the type of data that they collect on you it could it may be able to dwarf what this is all about oh yeah absolutely 'cause every search you do every every image you look at through the google services you don't think they're not logging that it's interesting how they can build a i'm looking for the word they use as a term that they have i'll find it here in a second.

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"cogan" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"cogan" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Users and their friends and in neither case questioner is representative harper from mississippi did the friends of app users consent close quote this data that cambridge analytica acquired was used to target voters with political messages much as the same type of data was used by the obama campaign to target voters in twenty twelve would that be correct congressman the big difference between these cases is that in the the cogan case people signed into that app expecting to share the data with cogan and then he turned around and in violation of our policies and in violation of people's expectations sold it to a third party firm to cambridge analytica in this case i think that we were very clear about how the platform worked at the time that anyone could sign into an app and they'd be able to bring their information if they wanted and some information from their friends people that control over that so if you wanted you could you could turn off the ability to sign into apps or turn off the ability for your friends to build to bring your information the platform work the way that we had designed it at the time i think we now know that we should have a more restrictive platform where people cannot also bring information from their friends and can only bring their own information but that's the way the system works in weather in violation of the agreement or not you agree that users have an expectation that their information would be protected and remained private and not be sold and so that's something that the reason that we're here today and i can certainly understand the general public's outrage if they're concerned regarding the way cam cambridge analytica required their information but if people are outraged because they use that for political reasons would that be hypocritical shouldn't they be equally outraged that the obama campaign uses the data facebook users without their consent in two thousand twelve congressman would i think people are rightfully very upset about is that an app developer that people have shared data with sold it to someone else and frankly we didn't do enough to prevent that or understand it soon enough they now have to go through and put in place systems that prevent that.

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"cogan" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"cogan" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Of users information whether you knew whether cogan terms of service and whether you knew if that cogan could sell or transfer data and then another case in point specifically as it relates to cambridge analytica is a concern of mine is that you meaning facebook and i'm gonna jim you personally as ceo became aware in december of twenty fifteen that dr cogan and cambridge analytica misappropriated data from eighty seven million facebook users that's twenty seven months ago that you became as facebook in prats you personally became aware however a decision was made not to notify the users so my question is did anyone at facebook heavy conversation at the time that you became aware of this breach and have conversation wearing the decision was made not to contact the users senator i don't know if there were any conversations at facebook overall because i was in a lot of them but on that subject are at the time in two thousand fifteen we heard the report that this developer alexander kogan had sold data to cambridge analytica that's in violation of our terms were you a part of the decision were you part of the discussion that resulted in a decision not to inform your users i'm not sure whether there's a conversation about that but i can tell you the thought process at the time of the company which was that in two thousand fifteen when we heard about this we banned the developer and we demanded that they delete all the data and stop using it and same with cambridge analytic and i money in that regard but i'm talking about notification of the users and and this relates to the issue of transparency and the relationship of trust informing the user about what you know in terms of how their personal information has been misused and i'm also concerned that when you personally became aware of this did you or senior leadership do an inquiry to find out who at facebook had this information and did they not have a discussion about whether or not the users should be informed back in december of two thousand fifteen senator in retrospect i think we clearly viewed as a mistake that we didn't inform people and we did that based on false information that we thought that the case was closed and that the data had been deleted so there was a decision made on that basis not to inform the users is that correct.

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"cogan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"cogan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Happened to end with a whole cogan verdict but but had that case been tossed out or that case have gotten a six million dollar verdict it would have subsequently been followed by other cases until the same end result was eventually revealed or or til was unmasked so it's a secretive coordination and the destruction of the enemy that really makes it work conspiracy a kind of umbrella for this and and i think it's also the attempt to sort of disrupt the status quo right this he's not attempt he's attempting to do something that i don't think you could have gotten public consent for right you couldn't have said hey let's have a vote should gawker exist or not he has to do this in secret and and when it does finally happen there is chaos and confusion in in many cases outrage i'm still wondering i have a book inscribed by down the little so michael fellow coconspirator i still don't know what he meant by that but you know you do really after the idea of conspiratorial actions bringing about these kind of results and it's gawker was a kind of target that made many people happy to it wasn't just peter thiel who wanted to write but there's a big journalistic question in this that that looms over this whole story that you've told her and i wanna get your take on it because a lot of people who didn't like author who in fact felt quite adverse of gawker nevertheless were concerned about the fact that he could essentially with his money til destroy call journalism and quotes but nevertheless an online media outlet that's right although it is interesting that when the verdict comes down there's about two months where the public and the media believes that it was simply hulk hogan the person who'd been humiliated by set outlet that had managed to triumph over them in court and the the cries about a bad precedent and all this are are pretty significantly lower it's not until till is unmasked that the whole thing takes on a much more ominous glow and the truth the president is not the legal precedent is somewhat narrow you you don't run syrup tissue recorded sex tapes of celebrities that this can be construed as a violation of privacy unless there's a strong case for the newsworthiness of that particular invasion of privacy but.

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