29 Burst results for "Coley"

"coley" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

05:17 min | 10 months ago

"coley" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"God yeah coley along time not defender of our one thousand nine episode. That listen you guys do have said it before say again. You guys do a lot of great work. Dari funny that one missed it was. It was so bad that it's kind of funny. Yeah i'm taking. That pet stands to anything bad. I've ever done with so bad. It was actually kind of that. Was what episode one ninety nine. See the thing with that one was what makes it so funny looking back on it. Is that that episode of this podcast. Which if for some reason you've joined which actually yeah. I mean that was two episodes ago if you join this podcast since then. You haven't heard that we didn't episode where we pretended the episode took place in the ninety s We did vary on like like like could not be more on the knows more with like the most on the nose. Telegraphed humor joke overtime. Basically any sitcom goes back in time the entire time we made those jokes like. Oh the suicide squad. They'll never get made. Yeah yeah and then trail had his conscience come in like no trail from the future. Like stop this bit. We were so fucking excited to do that and it just didn't know. I was excited. That behind the scenes was i kept asking to do something different. And then i was like oh can pull it off we can make it work and then we got into it and like within fifteen minutes it was like you remember jamie fox at that roast. Yes that was the conscious thing. Yeah i started thinking like. I was getting roasted by jamie fox. And it's like this. Stop doing this doing next. Got the dino blandino joke out of that though so it wasn't all for nothing i guess. Now sometimes sometimes you can pan for shit and find some in iowa. Whatever i like that analogy. You're halfway there. But i like to finish the rest care which which which user behind you may those fours. Oh yeah yeah my my rooms. I clean the rest of my house. It was a big dad weekend for me. i did like. I was weeding the mowing lawns. Pratt even your own now. I got a black fake pressure washer. Like definitely seems like some low would have bought like it's just like somehow on your hose that just like a very strong but not pre. Are there beans involved in this wreck. That's how i knew. It was set up to fail when i when i opened it in the area sands beans but yeah those are fours the lot over virus fucking shit hole. No it looks good. I like the shoes like the. Ps five we've talked about it for you your vertical guy. You go up and down with the ps five. I don't have that kind of trust in myself. And i'm horizontal as well. I'm afraid i'm i'm thinking i'm going to knock that down. I've never done vertical. That's why i did it with this. When when they put out the very complicated video of how to turn it on its side or make it up and down. I was like i'm going to do it this time. It's okay being up down. I don't see any benefit or a negative to it. I i love my call of duty. Uh playstation five and the only thing for now all duty machine. Yeah.

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"coley" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

Chicago Dog Walk

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"coley" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

"It's really there's you're going to end up. I mean there's a guy is gonna be like is in the category of like your drafts gonna look like mine. I know it's like the. What do you want me to do. Whatever tell dave give them some direction. Here i say we give them a shot clock. Yeah and i can't take wilt chamberlain. No kagan me one second taking seventies wilt chamberlain mauer look worse than not having or the other guy we briefly discussed about on here which i guess we can talk about since you. You can't take them You guys were talking about dunkin right. Yeah of course yeah. I had no idea he was a bears fan. That's what kills me almost as wild as a not getting draft. That i mean it's bad but i like better. I know dunkin's better. I know he's had the better career. I prefer cagey most. How dave how feeling. I'm feeling good about my trapped. I wanna go smoke. A blunt with luke walton. Right now bill. Burr bill walton. Good blood luke walton. all right. i guess. I'll take fuck it. I guess. I'll take wes unseld. I've heard of them. That means something i feel like. His jersey was like a cool throwback that people were. Because i think he's got a cool jersey's a grind. I mean this is just. This is where i fucked up and not taken the seventies plan around. Because i could've gotten anybody in the two thousand that was that was smart by coli. Kareem in the seventies. Yeah that was really verse smart. I don't know if i've ever been this discouraged rat in the fifth round on self. Is he a big. I don't know anything about wes. Unseld or i'll run down real quick. coli kareem abdul jabbar. Julius irving allen iverson david robinson the honest chief magic johnson. Kevin durant kema lajon. Kevin garnett john havilcek at shaquille. O'neal steph curry. Pete muravich scottie. Pippen charles barkley white sox dave. Kobe bryant john stockton to dominique. Wilkins dirk nowitzki bill walton. Carl larry bird lebron james. Dennis rodman steve nash. Wes unseld call it. Who do you think. Who do you think would win like who do you. Which team do you think is the hardest to guard. Jet like genuinely basketball. Yes arms. we're if we think. Like i think my teams the hardest guard but i think my teams hard to match up with like yours. Carl's like like might in playing defense. I don't think it would go that well. But i have so much size. I don't know who could stick with my size on the other. Think it's just me. I got a guy who lives in west on average eighteen rebounds. A fucking game one-season ben walls before benn wall people fucking counted him out in the pistons and they ended up beating the lakers shell. There's so many honorable mentions but does anyone have anybody who all right. This guy should have been drafted. I mean we live in crow. Eric rose karl malone. Tim duncan tim. Duncan is the biggest omission. That's well that's your fault. Why way dwayne wade. We talked a little bit about twain way. But he's just so underrated. I think dwayne. Wade's better than kobe. He's not twenty five twenty five but he's if you were building a team. Rail fits somewhere easily per round be lethal just wide open. But i do. I used this bank like oh yeah. Peak for peak wade versus phobe still negatives. Kobe wade is really good. I think harden is getting himself in conversation..

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"coley" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

Chicago Dog Walk

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"coley" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

"My worst shooter by a lot on this team however he has to. Mvp i've everyone on my team has won mvp Dr jays think aba. But i'm still gonna count it Everyone my teams on mvp. I love my size. Janas can run a dodger. Jagan do plant. Bombs ends iverson's schools first news. I live like i love this team. I think it's gonna win the graphic. I don't think it's gonna win many basketball games against at least two of these other teams however it. It's a good team. I stand by my squad. I think your squad stinks interested chief. You're up. I mean i'm into the seventies now so i'm relying on the internet from. Yeah totally honest. I have no memory of any of these guys but my dad talks about this guy at the time. Is john havlicek. So john havilcek. I think he might be the celtics. All time leading score. Sounds like name or does kind of sound like hockey. But again like you need a guy from the seventies. I also need another guard to go next to magic. I kinda wanna offer at a trade. What trade. I i want. I want stuff on this team. Who train me. I'd have to give you durant so we can have the arrows. And then we would flip. Picks here though i declined. What if i gave you a future swap. I decline. I want stuff. I really like my team. Yeah teams good Yeah i guess. I'm taking john havlicek. And so this is. This is where the end of my Soliloquy on john. How a trick is because. I don't really have anything to say about him. Other than i know his name. And he is at the top of lists from the right so. Let's talk about the celtics uniforms at that time. Craig uniform white belts. I wanna say like shiny fabric. Here's something. I wanted to actually talk about the floor because i like the old celtics boston. Garden highlights. That's different shaded green. It's like there's lighter almost like neon green and now they got like a deeper. Almost kelly green was the deal with that. It was a natural falling into kelly. Grain i mean if you look at like original celtics star of. It's like a bright green yellow like there wasn't even white it is and they were like a cartoon of like a young irish boy on like a tricycle. It wasn't a very appealing logo Yeah i like. I always love celtic uniforms throughout history..

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"coley" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

Chicago Dog Walk

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"coley" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

"You wanna really holy. It's a position of not. He's not cool not cool at all. Acid bears fan though acid bears fan. I couldn't take take us. Yeah and that's where was i. Why why don't you take. My several by. Two thousand was better than both because he grew up or something he was watching. The bears launch bears fan huge bear big dungeons and dragons got to not surprised. I love dancing around. I had no clue that he was embarrassed. Friend wild fan. I would put it like. That'd be great like he's just stone face all time. is this guy. was he born dave. we're peeling. i knew not figured it out figured it. I feel bad for anybody listening. Who still has. Yeah yeah he fucking hates crispy creams to fuck draft laws big. Jean shorts the only problem right now when it comes to drafting him. Because it's a it's already too late like he. He should have been drafted by now. Holy is i only have the twenty. Tens and the united nations still left and for the nineties. I was gonna take A different big So that's why. I couldn't do him for the two thousand or twenty ten to will. He might not even drink. I see a great guard. You take for the nineties but obviously a couple of great guards obviously could take talking about all. Ed please i. I'm sorry. I really respect this guy and like i know you guys thank you day on some dynasty of news and i like really would be upset if eating a draft. That's it well. I'm gonna pay it and i i think angry more somehow. Nah my last. I'm gonna take my two picks kind of in tandem. And i'm going to support the troops which has yet to be done by anyone else's secondly for the ninety talking ludicrous and moreover eight nickname the taking the admiral and then for the twenty times. I'm taking us. Wow what a close out there. How did robinson. What's the story gusting. Fuck everybody up. No point against. No but yeah. They're but they're like it's it'd be gross team to watch it feel david robinson big team. It's it's kind of like the highest points per game or the highest score ever in korean. I've got dr j. Who des fuck fifteen points. A game in like eight rebounds in twenty twenty one come on. I've got yeah. I'm sure he would. Struggle severely like embiid dominating but kareem would struggle. You're right iverson. Iverson gets the shock on this team. Which i personally of. Admiral i mean the admiral. He's gonna fall right in line. That's just what he does. Nobody how do you know. What's the story with him. Being at navy he's to fucking toll for the submarines relax six inches in college and then it was like well. You can't get kicked out of the navy now but there's no way he could have gotten in the navy at that size thing again air force. They're putting in some pretty hot. I'm too big for the air force. Not that i looked into it. It's terrifying personally. However i know i'm too big to even qualify. Well that's interesting. I didn't know there was a thing. No one's icebound against your team. No i mean we're fucking teams up like you don't wanna see us physically like we do have more shooting than it. Looks like like janas sneaky..

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"coley" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

Chicago Dog Walk

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"coley" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

"What are you trying to do here. I don't know. I'm not this guy's trying to do nothing. So you got your son. Got your seventies player. Creamer dual jbar. I think all things considered you. You made a right move there with first of all that. Not many people can complain about. I don't think it's like planning why. Because he's putting me in a tough spot. Anchoring no but. I don't want the obvious one one left on the board. That's why one second. Because i thought i thought lebron we'll go one really. Yes oh he was. He was about fourth of who i was thinking of. Okay well i'm not an nba would not have said that out loud collie or do you think he's going to get back to me in the second run. We'll find out all right cream off the board chief. you're up to los angeles not taking the bronx. I fucking hate him. And i want to have the right type of culture on this team that i'm building and i want another guy who's virtually unguardable at his position. I'm taking magic johnson morrison. Yeah i'll take magic. Six nine point guard can move. He's long he also had to be a little bit of that baby. Hook his gaming. Learn from kareem The five championships. You know makes everybody better. Maybe not mean. Cole is probably a better comment from you but like not not a great shooter right. So maybe in the modern game not the best but I think you know the the length and he can play in the post. He can do a little bit of everything on the fast break showtime. I'm taking magic franchise saw. I'm fine having match second. All right i did not know this. I don't remember. I'm looking at his best ball reference page right now so he had a four year. Four season layoff because of his hiv disease and then he played again ninety. Five ninety six not remember that. I think he went. The didn't name them the coach immediately after like he might coached the lakers. Been the head coach. Lakers like ninety seven core. I don't remember coach magic. It sounds like something. The lakers would do There not the brightest organization when it comes to stuff like that. I imagine just retired from being the gm of the lakers. Or so we can tweet again so this is a man who always makes the sounders decisions now. Coley have you met magic johnson. No if you did. Would you shake his hand knowing you know about him. Yeah i just like jane mississippi clutch on the antidote in one hand and i would shake his hand firmly with my right. What if he just got done playing. A pickup gaming is nice and and there's like sweat that could get on. You don't think hiv pretty. This is what we're talking about. This is what we're talking about the player all time. What if he had scab on his hand and you saw the ninety. Six all star game was great. I think that was ninety two when he before he left. Now that you're sorry. Sorry sorry. I remember from the year in florence. One thousand nine hundred great great all time. Great moment in nba.

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"coley" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

Chicago Dog Walk

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"coley" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

"The dog walk president of barstool sports. I snake draft in the new office. Walk to our guests the editor in chief. Coley mick harari. Thanks for doing it. I'm always honored when when boys in the mid west reach out but tremendous this might be a dozen trivia question next year like who was the first guy walked doesn't yes it's worked out that way. That's a nice Distinct honor i guess. If you look at that. I think so. Yeah so when you come visit us colored does. This is nice but we want to get probably. When are you coming in as congested city. I'm out in the country now. I definitely I've missed deeply just being elbow to elbow with a million other people. I've never been to scott love chicago. I think so. I know you've always used to kind of coincides with our draft to used to rock the jordan. Forty five white sox tres. Y'all time so that was my cartoon back. When he was not stabbing air conditioners right right. Do you ever think about that like how far you've come since that video. That was the air conditioning Yeah yeah when. I was an intern. I mean dave always describe me as he shows up lake. I didn't do anything as you. guys know. not very Direction oriented company. They kind of just let you do whatever the fuck you want at twenty one. I for sure needed more structure. The matt it's it's shocking that i'm still involved at this company at all based off and here. We are so interesting draft. Today we it's an nba draft. The playoffs are in full swing. Look up yesterday. So i think everyone is happy or how you feel about that That we did enjoy that. I would say white sox dave noted mba guy. How do you feel going into this. We'll find out we'll we will find out. I'll give credit because that's a big shift from what i was expecting. I was expecting white. Sox day to give us the like. I know jack shit. I'm going to have an awful draft. No no i i. It depends on the draft order for this one for me. Basketball reference open ideal ideal. I i would have a slightly better time. Drafting drafting today. Like best position basketball players by era than like. Epl soccer players. That's how little i know about the nba. At this point in my life. Yeah so this is more tailored towards people who maybe aren't well in verse with today's game so Who knows how why. Why did you pick this topic. I'd like to know. Nba play offs. I like to be topical and you know. Just keep we got a you know. hockey's going onto but i guess we'll just do nba. It's fine You even had trouble with the doc diva. So that's i'm sorry. There are no divas in hockey. Sorry i mean. I googled it in the guy that we had on as a guest picker that we drafter was listed on like every diva laser. Was that's what he such fucking cock sucker. He's going to hear that i. I'm glad he is fucking bud. Face any other messages for ryan whitney nara. Now i'm focusing on baseball reference. We do sweater sometime in the next month or best player in the last few hours like we're doing today i don't wayne gretzky..

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Houston Texans hire Ravens' David Culley as head coach

Our American Stories

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Houston Texans hire Ravens' David Culley as head coach

"Story, the Houston Texans have offered the job of head coach to David Cully. That's according to sources with our TV partner Channel to Coley, who is 65 years old, is currently the assistant head coach for the Baltimore Ravens. He joined the Ravens in 2019. Before that he was an assistant coach with the Buffalo Bills, Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles.

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Jokic scores 27 in 3 quarters, Nuggets rout Thunder 119-101

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Jokic scores 27 in 3 quarters, Nuggets rout Thunder 119-101

"A strong second quarter gave the nuggets separation and they had their way with the thunder one nineteen to one oh one Denver coach Mike Malone when we defend we went like I told the players after the game I know I sound like a broken record but it's so true and after that first quarter where we didn't defend thirty one points they shot over fifty from the field after that our defense was terrific as is often the case senator Coley okay it's led the way with twenty seven points and twelve rebounds Denver closed out the first half of the fourteen to three run good for a sixty five fifty two advantage in the second half the lead grew to as much as twenty eight as the nuggets even their record at seven seven Leganes Dortch led OKC with twenty points Bruce Morton Denver

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Denver tops short-handed 76ers hit with virus, injuries

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Denver tops short-handed 76ers hit with virus, injuries

"Gary Harris scored twenty one points in the nuggets took advantage of the short handed seventy Sixers by earning a one fifteen one oh three when it Philadelphia new Coley okay each had fifteen points and twelve rebounds against the Sixers team that had just seven healthy bodies available Tyrese Maxey led the Sixers with thirty nine points on eighteen of thirty three shooting in his first career start out really dish out a window and it's a two man if I knew I was going to have to you know do a lot more than usual but and I was just my main goal is coming out and I was which we can be competitive for a very long time all stars Ben Simmons and Joe well indeed were nursing injuries while starter Seth curry and Tobias Harris sat out due to covert nineteen issues other players on the seventy Sixers were held out after contact tracing I'm Dave Ferrie

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How A Cybersecurity Firm Uncovered The Massive Computer Hack

Morning Edition

05:36 min | 1 year ago

How A Cybersecurity Firm Uncovered The Massive Computer Hack

"David Greene in Los Angeles. And I'm Noel King in Washington, D C. Good morning. How should the U. S government respond to a computer hack that breached both government networks and private companies? Most cyber security experts think Russia is responsible for the Hack and NPR's national security correspondent Craig Marie has been talking to some of them. Good morning, Greg. Good morning. No. Well, perhaps most importantly, is the half over. Absolutely not. It's still ongoing and we're continuing to learn details. We've heard now that the Treasury Department hack occurred in July, and like other government departments, this was just uncovered in recent days. Email of top officials was hacked, though apparently not. The account of Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, also no evidence that classified systems were breached. This information has come from Democratic Senator Ron Wyden, who was briefed on the matter and we can expect this kind of information to sort of dribble out in the weeks and months ahead. As government agencies and private companies go through their computer networks. But clearly much of this is going to fall on the Biden administration to make sure the hack inside government computer networks is over that there's clear attribution on who did it and then to decide how to respond. These major breaches have happened before. Does the government have a strategy to deal with them? No, absolutely not. Again. There are no rules or red lines are clear consequences for adversaries who get caught Now, today what we end up seeing is lots of hand wringing and ultimately some sort of limited responses. Right now, With this current hack. We're seeing wrestling over the definition. Some members of Congress called this an act of war. Now, cyber experts and the intelligence community do see it is a big deal but more along the lines of traditional espionage, albeit on a massive scale. I spoke about this with P. W singer cyber expert at the New America think tank. This was not an act of war. This is more cold War style back and forth espionage stealing of secrets. That's why you've seen the reaction from the intelligence community to be a mix of Oh, my God. What just happened? And Gosh, we got a tip the hat to them. What a coup for them. So if there is no clear way to respond, Greg what of the range of options here? Traditional spying might generate public criticism, kicking out suspected spies, perhaps, um, sanctions, But when this has happened, it really hasn't changed the behavior of Russia. Any other adversaries they still seek. Hacking is a low cost high return proposition. Singer says the U. S can and needs to do much more and should create deterrence in two ways gave a boxing analogy, saying US needs to punch back harder and also develop more resiliency to absorb the growing number of cyber blows. Make the parallel to Mike Tyson. You don't hit him because he'll punch you back in the face vs Mohammad Ali rope a dope right through resilience where you don't hit me because it just won't work out for you. What else do we know? So we know that the government and private companies were both hacked. What do we know about the private companies? We haven't heard that much from them. Have we? No, that's right. But we are hearing more of the hackers clearly targeted. Many tech companies in this makes a lot of sense. They hackers Coley want these cutting edge cyber tools that these companies have, so presumably the hackers can use them themselves. And the first organization to detect this hack two weeks ago was fire I, a prominent cyber security firm, Fireeye CEO Kevin Mandia spoke with NPR's all things considered yesterday. And he said, these hackers were extremely sophisticated, and once they got into the system, they carried out an operation that was specifically designed to attack fire. I he realized very early on as they launch their own investigation that this was a level of tradecraft he'd never seen before. And he said the scale of this hack really drives home the need for a strong national cyber policy. It's time this nation comes up with some doctrine on what we expect Nations rules of engagement to be And what will our policy or proportional response beat of folks who violate that doctrine Because Right now. There's absolutely in escalation in cyberspace. It just seems astonishing that we don't yet have the doctrine in the year. 2020. The US, however, does have a lot of cybersecurity might what is preventing us from using it more effectively? No. Well, you're still seeing a lot of things that are in the works. Homeland Security Cyber Agency was just launched in 2018 and focused on the elections this year. And and by all accounts, did I did I did a good job. Right now, There's the military authorization bill on the president's desk waiting to be signed. It has money for additional cyber upgrades, and by all accounts, you're seeing a lot more cooperation between the government and private tech companies. But this country is losing huge sums of money due to the cyber attacks. And a couple years ago, the N S a director Paul Marcus, Sony was at his confirmation hearing. And he was asked if adversaries fear the U. S and cyberspace, he said the answer is absolutely not. MPR's Greg Marie, Thanks so much, Greg. My pleasure. America's hospitals are really

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"coley" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"coley" Discussed on KPCC

"National Center for Learning Disabilities, which works to improve the lives of the one in five individuals with learning and attention issues. Learn more at N C. L D daughter Warg. And from Americans for the arts. I'm Jenn White. This is one, eh? We're discussing our work relationships and how they've changed with a stare Peral, psychotherapist, author and host of the Where should we begin and housework, podcasts, and we asked you to call us if you were interested in talking through some issues with the stare, So let's bring in the couple who's joining us now? Joy Blake is a teacher in Chicago and Coley Blake is a marketing manager. And they both hosts. The podcast ain't gonna hurt nobody that explores why we have conventional ways of thinking. Joy Coley. Welcome to the program. Thank you for having us. Thank you for having us so joy. You left us a voicemail, summing up a bit of what's going on with you. So let's give that a listen. Apparently, my work relationship and my father relationship has taken a different turn with the pandemic that look for the words. But Is very hard to work with somebody all day and then try to put on a different head and become that person bows and then because he has too much Children, I feel that we're more becoming almost like a task to each other. It's like we have to get the kids ready, but we never really get a break from the kids because their home and then now we have the muster up enough energy to toe spend time with each other, and it's very child. Ending and stare you in the Blakes have the next 20 minutes or so. So I'm gonna turn it over to you. What sticks out to you? From what you just heard? Look, there's never been a greater collapse of all the rules in one place. Worker colleague, parent teacher tutor partner Cook Cleaner. You know, the house is a gym, A restaurant work, please. It is a challenge like we have never never seen. And for the first time you are vote together in the home the whole time with a deserving off the routines of complete collapse of the boundaries and the challenge of how to maintain the rituals that then market between being parents being a couple being professional. And just kind of still maintain a sense of context. We live usually with context, switches, and right now, all of those lines have been blurred. Joy Does that resonate with you? Yeah, she summed it up. Well, I like how she used the term blurred because that's literally how I feel like I don't feel like I know what I like. What's going on from day to day? I just felt like it blends together. No, Coley. We got the message from joy, but I'd love to hear the experience you're having right now. I think again the word collapse. This is what I heard. And I think that really sums up the experience. You know all of our norms and our conventions and schedules instead upset. We've worked so hard to really establish as a family. Has a couple over the last eight years have in some ways just gone away, and the daily grind has just Become the driver of this car of ours. Stare. We heard Coley mentioned some of the rituals or the norms that they have been practicing. How does that fit into this moment? I think, Look, usually when a zay imagined that you created you had with this and you had weekends you had their time you had evening time We had parent time. We had a couple of time He had work time You had fun time and you left the home to go to do different activities. And you had those contexts. Which is you commute that you travel, you changed clothes. You changed codes. This dissolution of all those lines is extremely confusing, an exhausting but what I would like to ask you first is, what are you support whatever resources that are available to you, because my experience at this moment is watching a lot of families who are going to the parallel process prevalent experiences that each one is doing it alone. So each one is trying to parent and shooter and beyond work at the same time and be presentable on the screen and make sure that no kids running in the background and have the mute button as the kind of last frontier between home and work. When are you re sources? Who and what is available for you? Hmm. Well, I would say pretty much each other at this point, because what the cove it I mean, we have we had grand parents, but I mean, they we really can't be around them as much. Because they're like a high. They're high risk on Ben, Uh, Coley's sister. She helps a lot, but then his mother lives with her, so she's high risk, And she's also senior citizens, so pretty much I mean, the best that I could do that could help me is I got Google certified to help me like make my job a little bit easier on day. Then we just try to schedule like Time to take breaks from everything and that kind of hopes, But I don't know Coley. You want to say? I feel our supports have gone away, all right, because everybody Has to look out for for themselves now, right? This is something new, you know, like, Joy said. Both of our parents are considered high risk, so they're not viable options to even visit right. So for us We have. All we have is each other. You know, before this we both. You know, I'm not afraid to admit I was going to my I was I was receiving counseling for just coping after losing my father last year. And you know, even having a session with your counsel is tough because you're still with them the same setting. That's your home Your workplace, You jam your daycare center. So for for me, it just feels like it's ground hall today every day and it's And it's It's tougher because it's all happening. And you're you know, 1500.

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"coley" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"coley" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"You know, if we really get into trouble in this country banks credit unions could say sorry. You cannot access your funds for six months of things got really bad. Okay, Now I know they have FBI see insurance of banks and so forth. And yeah, and the government can raise taxes. They can do all kinds of things. Print money to make sure that when the banks are in trouble, they can bail out the banks. Okay, I'm all okay with that. But where does the bank put your money? A lot of people don't understand this. If you put your money in a bank, you're gonna be lucky to get 1% right now. So let's say collectively, we deposit a million dollars into a bank were lending them our money. Okay? Are they just a benevolent institution? Pain is interesting. What are they doing with our money? They take our money and they invest it and and make 5% now how much more is 5% on a million? That's 50,000. How much more is 50,000 and 1% on a million, which is what they pay us, which is 10,000. It's five times. 50,000 is five times 10,000. It's 500% greater Now, do you know that in 2008 when 400 banks went under and 900 more. We're on the watch list the federal government as the five major banks in America to disclose where they had their tier one assets for liquidity and safety. Guess where they had 30 to 40% of it. And bully Bank on life insurance. The corporations headed in Coley corporate owned life insurance. They borrow our money at one, and they earn 5%. They were earning 5% in 2000 and tax free..

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"coley" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"coley" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"So in around june twenty. Nineteen i began working on the project. Ryan it's us. Party of wine worked out in my living room. Not much as changed still in my living room but we knew started as ceo via so we. We kicked it off. We figured out what type of platform you wanted to be building for the us. We figured out what where we wanted to <hes>. Where we could be operating one of the things that you realize when you're operating a marketplace in the united states is that there's a huge amount of regulation oft and it's actually done state level as well so you have to get licenses per state in order to operate in so right. Now we're operating in about seventy four percent of america working every day with regulators to operate in more of those states. A lot of them are on the east coast. And it's an exciting process to be able to build a business that you can justify and get regulated and began anti business in all of these states is something that's one process to do. I equated kind of to applying to colleges have a bunch of college. Students can understand how difficult that was. You have to have good grades. You had to take the sat's you maybe twice a year. Get referral letters you to write essays. Each school has a different essay format. There is the common application. But there's a ton of personal essays that you've gotta right so it's really the application process for us to operate in these individual states wise as well that that kind of each each state has their own requirements and we had to qualify in order to be able to operate so that was really the laying down the foundation of it as well as being able to be par to where the other us marketplace's were <hes>. When we first launched. We didn't have an app. We were web based only which in two thousand and nineteen. What who doesn't have an app so you've got to recognize the whole world is so in two thousand twenty. We launched our mobile application on android and making it more friendly through users. Because if crypto can be mad you need to be a nomad <hes>. So you need to it on your phone wherever you go. And we've seen huge growth since since then and especially since the lockdown with pretty exciting.

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Catherine Coley on Starting Project Binance US

Bitcoin Radio

02:18 min | 1 year ago

Catherine Coley on Starting Project Binance US

"So in around june twenty. Nineteen i began working on the project. Ryan it's us. Party of wine worked out in my living room. Not much as changed still in my living room but we knew started as ceo via so we. We kicked it off. We figured out what type of platform you wanted to be building for the us. We figured out what where we wanted to Where we could be operating one of the things that you realize when you're operating a marketplace in the united states is that there's a huge amount of regulation oft and it's actually done state level as well so you have to get licenses per state in order to operate in so right. Now we're operating in about seventy four percent of america working every day with regulators to operate in more of those states. A lot of them are on the east coast. And it's an exciting process to be able to build a business that you can justify and get regulated and began anti business in all of these states is something that's one process to do. I equated kind of to applying to colleges have a bunch of college. Students can understand how difficult that was. You have to have good grades. You had to take the sat's you maybe twice a year. Get referral letters you to write essays. Each school has a different essay format. There is the common application. But there's a ton of personal essays that you've gotta right so it's really the application process for us to operate in these individual states wise as well that that kind of each each state has their own requirements and we had to qualify in order to be able to operate so that was really the laying down the foundation of it as well as being able to be par to where the other us marketplace's were When we first launched. We didn't have an app. We were web based only which in two thousand and nineteen. What who doesn't have an app so you've got to recognize the whole world is so in two thousand twenty. We launched our mobile application on android and making it more friendly through users. Because if crypto can be mad you need to be a nomad So you need to it on your phone wherever you go. And we've seen huge growth since since then and especially since the lockdown with pretty exciting.

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Coinbase in Turmoil: Why Employees Walked Out

Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto

09:22 min | 1 year ago

Coinbase in Turmoil: Why Employees Walked Out

"Coin base has been a major topic of discussion this week, not only in the crypto world, but also in the wider world of Tech Business and politics why don't you give us a recap of what happened it's it's been a major reason for why I haven't gotten any sleep this week as well. But yeah just basically to recap on Sunday. Brian. Armstrong the CEO of Coin Base released a blog outlining effectively his political vision or anti social activist vision for coin. Base. As a firm, very mission driven sort of mission for a very product driven mission for the company effectively, and so obviously that kind of set the CRYPTO and tech world broadly aflame with different perspectives on whether or not that sort of the right course of action for a company that. So public facing coin based to take a company that could in many ways drive you know messages of social justice and black lives matter to large audiences, and so lots of debates around that lots of coverage in mainstream and crypto media alike about you know what this means for coin base and from A. Company's perspective and from the perspective of whether or not it will result in in folks leaving and then on Tuesday the night of the debate Literally right after the debate ended I got an email from a source which was basically the e mail that Brian Armstrong out to employees saying listen if you are uncomfortable with this with this new mission or the way that we sort of outlined, the mission perfectly fine. We will give you a very generous honestly package a severance package to than leave the company which you have until next week to consider So that was Tuesday Wednesday obviously, you know still this was. In the in the media being talked about on twitter and definitely being talked about act coin base internally in in various slack channels, and then today they had an Amei discussing this and I put out I'm in the process of putting out a report. That's GONNA walk through this time line an ama addressing all the stuff that's been going on this week, and then as you know some of the attention has been sucked away by quote unquote rival not necessarily rival bit Mex- getting slapped with charges from the Department of Justice. So that's been the weakened and nutshell that's been what we've seen in a nutshell and it's been it's been interesting it's but not necessarily unsurprising. So, you mentioned social justice in black lives. Matter were those the specific social and or political issues by employees at coin base wanted the company to take a stand on. Or take action on or were there other issues because obviously with you we've seen with twitter and facebook that there's also a lot of talk in the in the tech world about what companies roles are in you know managing misinformation and I know coins isn't in the business of misinformation but there is a lot of talk about how tech companies what their actions can do in terms of our democracy. And there's a lot of there's a lot of talk around this election. Right let's let's not forget that we are just a few few weeks away from what what many would consider one of the most important elections of our generation of many people's lifetimes maybe, and so there is probably just a just as there. There is this this sentiment at many other companies of how do we take action? How do we provide employees with the right tools to go vote to make their voices heard and to have an impact on on this decisive election? Those worthy issues that coin base or what we're specifically the ones I'm just saying I wouldn't be surprised if that was sort of something that was underpinning this this this blog that Brian felt like he needed to put out on. Sunday. Now rewinding the clock and this is what my report gets at. This isn't this isn't an isolated thing that happened on Sunday, and if you go and wind the clock back to the summer. Okay and this was hinted at in Brian's blog but not explicitly talked about. Back. In June there was an ama and you know this from covering coin base three-run reporting that they have these Ama's employees can submit questions and ask. Company Management Senior leadership about a myriad of things from you know personal preferences of of Ice Cream. I. Don't know if that's ever been asked but that could be an example to to you know thoughts about company Product, launches to you know other personal and business questions alike, and so someone asked according to several sources a question about Brian's view on black lives matter. Okay and so that kind of resulted in him I wouldn't say re rebuffing the question but there one source described him as not necessarily being not necessarily knowing if the person was asking about black lives matter the movement or black lives matter the specific organization and kind of saying like I'm not ready to talk about this and so what that ended up resulting in was a walkout in Brian's posts he describes they're being. Walkouts plural Not necessarily sure if that's because obviously we're in this decentralized work working situation where An office people basically, you know walkout turn their computers often signed off for the day. So that's been brewing since June right this question of whether or not. They should take a definitive make a definitive statement in. Support of black lives matter and so that be clear he did that from his personal account north. Yeah. So that next day as a result of sort of all of this, you know all this commotion I guess for lack of a better word. He then did go out and tweet that he definitively supports black lives matter as a movement supporting the idea that you know black lives as a result of of of the state of African Americans in this country need to sort of be recognized in an uplifted to examine, and then he had A. Pretty long tweet thread outlining that and and in that tweet threat as well. I think I think one hundred percent sure. He mentioned the walkouts as well. So it's kind of been a long at least from my understanding along thread also underpinning like aside from the issue specifically like there's a question or or an interesting point to be made about Brian himself and like I'm sure you also can like speak to this given your your previous covered. in two, thousand, fourteen there was a Bloomberg article that described him and Fred as. These VOLCAN bankers right like you know very not the most gregarious characters that you come across and very serious and like Brian I was talking to a source about this like basically an hour and a half ago Brian is someone who probably like wanted to build the most used most important product and crypto not run the largest most important company in Crypto and so I think that also undergirds this this situation where I I'm sure Bryan is like a fairly nice guy like I I take. I. I'm sure you know his sympathy or concern about certain. Social Justice issues could could be legitimate, but he like wants to build coin base like he wants to build this company. and. What's so funny about that. I have a feeling I know which Thorson. But anyway. We'll check about that later in check after the show. Yeah. But yeah. So that's that's that's basically where we're at with this I've just been surprised. I'm shirt. I don't know how surprise am I know I am surprised that it's gotten so much attention I. Think. Maybe because of the language of the blog and the language of the email and apparently that's been another thing that's been discussed in in the Ama today and just generally internally is. And this is probably not surprising like did we were this right and and that's obviously evident in the fact that they've changed some of the language in the Post, right? So originally, there was a reference made a kind of like strange reference Some would say to brand Taylor in which they sort of talk about like the events regarding you know recent events as opposed to like you know this tragedy someone probably want more passionate language. and. So there's been talks about whether or not the language in these two documents were appropriate on I. Think. It's not so much about what's going on maybe internally aucoin based that that people are reacting to these to. You know this this blog post, and then this email right which really. kind of Coley rent people might argue right and so that's what I'm sort of

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"coley" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"coley" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"That's F A B I A N O Michael. Which players would you start or sit tonight? Thanks. Kat, Gardener Menchu and Ryan Fitzpatrick are both in playing fantasy leaks tonight, especially the magic mustache. The Dolphins have allowed the second most fantasy points. The quarterback's James Robinson has emerged as the Bell Cow back for the JAG Tonight stardom as an RV to or flex tonight. Keelan Coley's the Jags and targets and he's a sneaky good play against Miami. They've allowed the fourth most points. The wide receivers for the Dolphins bike is sick is a strong play against the Jaguars defense. That's a lot of the third most poison tight ends for you, D F s players out there Mention Fitzpatrick are both nice Captain plays on Draftkings Miles. Gaskins is also a good option against a defense that's allowed the eighth most points to running backs. If you're looking for a bargain, look no further than LA viscous. You know Hell, Seymour touches in the offense tonight, both as a runner in a receiver with D. J. H Ark. Inactive for my thoughts on the rest of this weeks later games check out the NFL fantasy forecast this weekend, right here on Westwood one Back to you, Scott. Right. Thank you, Mike Scott Graham in our studios in New York. I will be back at halftime. Joined by Hall of Famer Rod Woodson. We take a look back at the first half and look ahead to this weekend. But the opening kickoff is coming up will rejoin Brandon gotten and Derek directly in Jacksonville. When we return your listening to Thursday night football on Westwood one Hey, it's in rapid. There's no better place to get in on all the action with drafting the reader in one day fantasy sports.

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"coley" Discussed on Live Your Own Fit Podcast

Live Your Own Fit Podcast

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"coley" Discussed on Live Your Own Fit Podcast

"I think there is reason to scrutinize them and I'll get to that second. Question, and then protein would be a separate thing. Entirely. Don't put it as part of the calorie loan because it's really. Putting protein in the wrong place is a building block. It's not an energy source. In people who want claimed it is are. Missing? Human, metabolism. So to your question on unconsumed carbohydrates versus Fat Body can absolutely convert glucose into fat. In we don't even have to just look at glucose even we we shouldn't ignore fructose. Fructose is very readily converted into fat in the liver. And indeed is a primary source of the liver becoming too fat comparable to someone drinking too much alcohol but. When someone eats fat. Especially, if carbohydrates are kept in check. The body has mechanisms to deal with a little bit of over consumption. So when a person often when someone starts transitioning to a low carbohydrate or indeed even Ketogenic Diet. I think is appropriate to say at least in their first phase, which could be several months. Don't count calories because fat has a society. It really does through like the Hormone Ghrelin and Coley sister kind in there are there are fat induced. That can that can help us to tidy and second. If? Insulin? Is. Low. Two important things are happening. That provide a mechanism a metabolic advantage to that low carb, high fat state one. If Insulin's low metabolic rate can be up to almost three hundred calories a day higher, and that's a substantial calorie load. You think ten percent or more of someone's normal resting energy expenditure, normal metabolic rate. They can get ten percent bump from just having low insulin. So on one metabolic rate will be higher. On, when insulin is kept low giving us a little bit of flexibility with Calorie balancing in the body, and then to the body will start making key tons from that fat and very briefly, and I'm sure your listeners already know this. If insulin is low, the body shifts fuel use. So the body human metabolism's a hybrid, it's either sugar burning. Glucose rudder or it's fat-burning. It's always doing those in some kind of balance. When insulin is low? The body is in such a state of fat fat-burning. That, it's actually burning more than it needs to meet its its needs. In some of that extra starts getting shunted into this pathway of Kita Genesis, and so the body starts deliver starts making tones from all this burn fat. Now that's important to note one, the kittens can be used for fuel by any cell with meadow. Contra especially, the brain which greedily in. But. To we start wasting those key towns, we start urinating them out and we start breathing them out and that just think about that though I don't think enough people appreciate.

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"coley" Discussed on Lance McAlister

Lance McAlister

10:08 min | 2 years ago

"coley" Discussed on Lance McAlister

"Let's keep rolling no no town to slow down. We gotta hustle less than an hour to get done Gary Jeff Walker says the nightcap from nine to midnight tonight thanks for hanging out in part of Arnelle carriers sportstalk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet. Let's get right to at our next guest. I I'm so happy to To Hook up with him tonight. I consider him to be gifted and talented and versatile and I think he's And I've said this before and I'll say it again. I think he's a rising star in the business i. I loved his work when he was here on the Bengals beat for ESPN AND ESPN DOT COM. And I've loved his work since and was that the kind of caught my eye on with what he's doing on a feature. He'll tell you about here in a second but let's go to the phones and welcome in Coli Harvey how are you doing? Okay how you doing man I am. Well are you're safe you're well. Wh- where are you right now? Yeah even on my back in the Mid West these days I live in Chicago. Beautiful Day up here today Still could be a little bit warmer but much gets done and I'm safe I'm healthy. I hope the same for your family's well absolutely absolutely let me let me jump. I the thing that caught my eye over the last couple of weeks or so. And and have you tell my listeners? What it's all about you're doing something called six feet sixty seconds. Explain the concept you know. It's a random concept. I was sitting on my couch one day a couple of weeks ago and I was just like talented. Something sports related. That kind of is interesting at least interesting to me. You know. I'm I'm hoping that it's interesting for people. Follow me on social media as well but basically the idea is Sixty sixty seconds kind of a play on the sixty feet six inches From from baseball The idea is telling people. Hey make sure you're keeping your six feet of social distance right now while also learning something in sixty seconds and so basically I. I take a minute and each day. I've been doing this for a little over two weeks now each day. I'm giving you some nugget of Info of something that happened on that day in sports history and it's just kind of my way to keep my own personal sports sanity right now as well as a way to kind of keep in practice For whenever I get a chance to get back to work on their Coley what what platform is six feet? Sixty seconds on for those interested. Yes I so I. I'm just putting it right now on my Twitter and INSTAGRAM PAGES. And both of them are very simple there. My Name Coli. Harvey Co L. E. Y. Harvey And so at cally both of those instagram and twitter and essentially like I said today just happen to realize the today was the anniversary. I guess you could say of the big benches clearing brawl here in Chicago back in two thousand six the big cubs white when. Aj presents key hit. Michael we're actually Michael. Barrick Americans percents he. The function faith So that was today very number seven fourteen on this same day that exact same day actually In two thousand six as well so it just kind of looking at things like that and and finding unique tickets like a few weeks ago was the the anniversary of the first game of the Colorado Silver Bullets and I know many people that was a an all women Baseball team that was playing against all mid teams in the mid nineties. I remember them I. I was a kid at the time but I remember very well and Wanted to kind of introduce people to To them as well coli Harvey's checking in. You may remember him. You're shivering remembering from his days here in Cincinnati used a few years ago Kevin the Bengals for ESPN coyly. When things are back to. And I use air quotes when I say normal. What all to my audience. What all you'll be doing with Fox sports in the in the big ten network again this year dictate. I've been doing a lot of those things During during the college football season hosted a couple of shows for us for that as well as updates during the week On the weekends on the sideline for Fox sports I college football game so I was doing We were at Michigan State. A couple of times this year we were at Utah a couple of times this year which until they rented Oregon. Utah was To me the the best under the radar team in the country this past year You know we. We had a number of really good Games. Really good interesting matchup. Some among the crew with Tim Brando don't who have been you know just a college football royalty so this has been really fun ride and You know we're obviously excited to get going again with whatever college football like Hopefully in the fall we'll be going again with that and You know and this spring. I was supposed to be doing some baseball concert my singers. We'll get to some. Mlb action at some point and Also supposed to do XSL. I was just first xfl game then. Everything happened and had to fly back. Home Man Oh man you thinking about this today you you you had to stop with. Espn we're doing stuff for them and sportscenter and you were covering the Yankees. I've always thought that the Yankees beat has to be. Maybe the most fascinating crowded hectic. Everything rolled into one of any beat in sports. What was that scene like? In that situation like day to day I will tell you that As a sports reporter I felt this while I was in the middle of it and I guess I I still feel it now but certainly in the middle of it while you're the bullets are flying so to speak I felt like hey if I can cover this team if I can handle this eight if I can say about anything and I mean it's it's kind of cliche. It's Kinda the Frank Sinatra you can make. It is kind of thing just because that is a true beach. You know you're in the number one market in in in In North America Leeann market in North America. You're covering a harder arguably the team. That is the number one team. All Sports. All over the world With with a recognition and brand that the. Yankees have and there's constantly something going on even if it's kind of a mundane day July. There's your story line that That has to be written about as spoken about with that team. Just truly because they're in New York and because of the Yankees so So I honestly it was picking had. It's stressful moments. But I had a lot of fun At a lot of friends. Who is the one that beat You know enjoy being around the team. The guys at least while I was covering the my first class Throughout the organization that I dealt with on a day to day basis and a lot of that comes from Brian Cashman and then then from Aaron Boone. Now own down you know and So yes I do miss that time there for sure on the baseball person so they just kind of being able to pinch myself every day at work. Here is pretty awesome. Thanks for going down to the great American as well. I didn't get a chance to do much read when I was In Cincinnati but just being in kinds of situations but you say I am truly Gla speaking of situations. Take me back to twenty sixteen and I haven't seen all of your work but I I've told you I'm a big fan of your work and I'm not sure you've had a moment. Where for my money? You shined more in how you handled and covered. Muhammad Ali's funeral and memorial. What was that experience like? Then it was It certainly the number one Memory I guess you could say My career that I'll always cherish I was working with. Espn at the time. And actually I was covering the bengals specifically at the time and we're actually coming up on the anniversary of his passing. How June third And that June third and twenty sixteen the Bengals were having a believe Ota's were on no You know minicamp was some kind of camper something. We've gone on Just for they were getting ready to break for summer. They weren't really having you know very serious workout but still pay attention to that being said when the when when we got news that I'll leave passed. I just kind of raised my hand and said hey you know. I'm just down the road here. Let me know if there's anything I can do. I know the story is GonNA end up in local this week with Alli being from Louisville and And they said yet head on down and I thought it was going to be there for maybe day maybe two and I ended up being near the whole week and You know it was truly a testament to the people who Ali brought out. You know I mean I. I met people from From Canada from Australia Brazil I met a man named Mohammed Ali who was from Bangladesh Mohammed Ali. When he was when he was younger man and showed me the picture and it was it was really kinda crazy but just seeing the way the world came to Louisville to celebrate the legacy of the man and and and what he meant to the world outside of the ring Just especially later in life What he meant to the world that was That was important for me to be there and you know that just made me feel really special to have to be a part how well said Hey. This was excellent. I'm so glad you're doing well stay safe. And and this was a blast. Hook it up with the open. Do it again down the road. This is often if people want to have any ideas for sixty six fifty seconds Gavin suggestions. Let me know for sure I'm having a blast. Doing it for other people are joining it as well. Thank you very much land and again on twitter and instagram. You're at Coley hardy correct. That's correct excellent. Thanks take care all right. That was good stuff good stuff. Aren't we come back? I think I this. This is so good. I think it cries out for a caller segment Ryan. Fagin covers major league baseball for the Sporting News and he tweeted this yesterday and this to me just set a back in time for the answer. It's a simple question Ryan fagin ask. Who is your favorite baseball player? When you were eleven years old.

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EU could reopen borders to tourists in Covid-19 recovery plan

BBC World Service

04:03 min | 2 years ago

EU could reopen borders to tourists in Covid-19 recovery plan

"With many European borders closed because the corona virus pandemic the tourism industry already hard hit he's feeling a catastrophic summer but it's not just tourists are affected business travel has taken a hit to answer the European Commission the executive arm of the E. U. is introducing a rescue plan or roadmap today to alleviate the pressure on the economy I asked our Europe correspondent Gavin Lee how the road map could help the tourist industry the three elements to it basically it's about in the words of the the commission spokesperson at a briefing but I've had the rights of individuals for the need to rest relaxation fresh chat and see families in other countries not depends of course on the situation the commission says of how bad the extent of the virus is spreading whether it remains fairly common there isn't a second spike but what we're looking at the setting out a roadmap for tourism and travel and holidays as of this summer so some of twenty twenty I know what's and a couple of the areas includes making sure of course it's slow it's progressive there will be some kind which told of guys that if you're going on holiday somewhere in Europe there should be an indication of what all the coveted prevention strategies in each country that you might go to what all the hotel strategies and also there will be a recommendation the individual hotels start to advertise put themselves on the market in what they can offer your average tourist and holiday maker in terms of conflict prevention cleanliness ability to to sanitize things like that but that should be part of the you know the new holiday approaches for example of these old recommendations so that's one of them and the other thing is about analogs and number of countries fourteen countries have said that because of the pressure off the adult industry give you an exam well I am in Brussels the main advice here Brussels airlines have axed are they going to access a quarter will jobs a thousand staff will go into the open a third of the allied fleet will go as well all the giving money as cash back for people who need refunds for cancelled flights because of coverage the idea was to give vouchers no the EU commission will push back in the meeting today to say no you can make vouchers more attractive more appealing but that should be fundamentally principle of the rights of of somebody to have the money back instead so that service a couple of elements that are looking at as part of the the summer travel plan today so if you are within the E. U. and you want to go on holiday can you go anywhere this is a really good points on this is there are two words or phrases that you might still hear more more one is social trouble bubble a social travel bubble the second is a travel corridor so for example this Friday the Baltic states already putting the borders to each other so Estonia Latvia Lithuania what's been relatively few cases along with Finland already booked to travel in and out of each other's countries so for example Estonia relies on tourists from Finland forty percent of its tourists come up from that so this is a big thing and that will mean free movement for all of those people the Swiss national broadcast today have suggested that they will announce later on that the internal borders between Switzerland Austria Germany and France would also reopen for total travel between them so the idea is that that you you've got almost a either social bubble of of those countries innocent people in those countries going on holiday that briefly travel corridors was put to the E. U. yesterday by my Danish Coley there's been talk of Denmark for example saying that they've had a few cases could I have a simple flight path to Greece was also a few cases the commission says that will be up to member states but they will not recommend it and they would also not recommend quarantine if you fly somewhere but you should have to stay fourteen days in a hotel they said there should be no need for that with the way prevention for coverage I should in theory take place on the grounds of get home sometimes as washing it

Exchange the US with Binance US CEO Catherine Coley

Messari's Unqualified Opinions

08:41 min | 2 years ago

Exchange the US with Binance US CEO Catherine Coley

"You just talk about that path and what you did previously and and how we got here today. Sir Super excited to share this with your listeners. They spend such a devout part of shaping the crypto ecosystem so. It's exciting to ship fan. But I began really as an experiential learner and in order for me to understand things I have to do them. There are auditory learners their visual learners in Connecticut. And I happened to be the last one so I really in order to understand how this world works at a throw myself into situations to understand them and one of the things that couldn't grasp was how the world works and I taking courses etc and always had something in the back of my head that I learned it. Was You know? Follow the money in history will teach you and so the best way to follow the money was to put yourself really in the middle of the largest flows in the world which was the foreign exchange markets and going onto a trading floor. And really witnessing what that was I read a book. Called Liar's poker in it changed my life so I mean that's that's the best way for me to understand how this world works is seeing really what people are identifying as news and what they're trading on and what swings. We're seeing in reaction and how they affect anybody else. So I got my start. On the Hong Kong trading floor at Morgan Stanley covering the onshore Asian currencies understanding that after the Asian financial crisis these countries had restrictions and limitations put on them to safeguard against potential attacks from others. So it was a very unique situation where my counterparts in. New York barely knew the difference between Malaysia System in Thailand system and yet I was super aware of those niche differences that opens and closes distinct their equities markets the the ability of having like an omnibus account versus having to do individual trades. There's another world out. There is really telling to why these economies are developing in certain way so I found it super fascinating and just enjoyed that case and the understanding a real pulse on how the world works but the world was changing so I during Dun Dun Dun during my time I witnessed it one of the jobs that I had was extremely manual. Had to move between a Bloomberg Terminal Reuters terminal and so no matter the automation that provided Skip that step and you just Kinda sat there. Frustrated blind like this is job security. They need me. I'm I'm the rotation of my My Body over here type this. There's something I can create mechanical. Do this for them but You just noticed that there were some frictions along the system. That really helped things back from going to the fully electronic funding we use the word electronic describing things this fast moving back then or now it's all digital so electronic trading was taking off the ability to put. Al Goes in the hands of your customer rather than facilitate a tea or time weighted average going through that on their own was something it was empowering your user or your customer really enjoyed being able to monitor and watch their activity. N- understood that they were getting the best price they weren't having a Middle Man. You know take things off based on how How they felt really And that that was something that we were seeing as a scaring factor on the sell side but an empowering factor when he thought about the market as a whole so I really pushed forward in dug into how electric trading and the fx platforms point be helping oftentimes told slowdown. This is ruining our enjoyable jobs as voice brokers to some extent so When I witnessed all that other Lucien I kept in the back of my head. Saying there's gotta be a better way. There's got to be faster way. I don't want any little girl to wake up and say today. I'm going to type on a Bloomberg terminal and rotate type on Reuters terminal and that's going to be why I went to school and why I continue to wake up every day. So the ability to automate that or make it moving away. Everyone can access. It was really exciting to me. So that's truthfully I think of it as I've been training for the Olympics. Those were the those were the early days that got me to say. I'm fired up about increasing the rates which we can offer institutional quality services down to the individual and streamline the whole process in itself. It boggles my mind. Three thousand people which is still small. That's the amount of sell side. Employees there are in exchange Three thousand people were dedicated to moving other people's money from one place another and ultimately that should come down further and further because moving money from you know pointed point being four axes. It's I don't know that the number of people actually changes is just the medium and the the forum through which these assets are changing hands is going to be different and it will continue to Also changed the Say there is like one person that is facilitating that trade for Hedge Fund. Then they're sixteen people dedicated to that one day. So you've got compliance. You've got your back office. You Bet your settlement team you. And if you can streamline those roles and provide alternatives for people we could have far more fulfilling in motivating experiences in life or for years and so I think there's a lot of those bottlenecks that our customers. They could be eliminated and really give people a sense environment. It's funny twenty. Fifteen was this era of blockchain. Not bitcoin right after crash and the pitch was basically about eliminating cost centers. That was the big thing that all the enterprise players got excited about an alone. Behold another entire market cycle passes in CRYPTO and. I think the reason that the public chains are so much faster aside from just the incumbents move slower by default is that twenty seventeen was all about. I can make a lot. More money with crypto. Right whether it's status you know trading whether it's market making whether it's you know creating an ICO and selling it and liquidating that is a much more compelling reason to adopt a new technology and finance than just we're gonNA limit costs right. It's like the vitamin versus painkiller. Headache get people addicted to like the the ICS drugs. There's a lot of bad things about that addiction. But you're starting to see some of the fruit born in kind of the next market cycle. Where did you come in full time to criticize? So I guess what were the exposure points that before you made the switch and what finally made you take the leap and enjoying ripple in Hong Kong. I'm twenty thirteen. Bitcoin was kind of something you bought on your p. a. just to watch is almost like a plant in your kind of like it's GonNa either grow or it's GonNa die. None of us really have too much skin in this worry about it and the other aspect of it was you were seeing in beginning to see a lot of activity taking place from these self-sided analysts in Hong Kong. One of them being Arner Hayes. It was a good buddy back when he's at Georgia And other people are taking notice so it was. It was triggering the minds of these trader types. Who Getting to see there's real value in what you mentioned the Arab the speculation The ability to to get behind this budding marketplace apply what we already knew from a larger perspective so I kind of had a cheat sheet in seeing the twelfth chapter of the book before the forward was written And so I kind of knew how the book would end in. It would only be a matter of. Did everyone knew that story. Conclusion when Up Story or did they WANNA milk it for a little while because a few of us weren't around in the eighties when markets were roaring. So I took that as an interesting thing but I really jumped in in the summer of two thousand seventeen. I was at Silicon Valley Bank catering. A lot of these texts that were beginning to use bitcoin. As a means of moving money between a places like vima non in wire those are some of the budding names that I was hearing about is like. I'm going to be on the upside of that. I want to be sitting here. Just asking them if they're hedging their effects when I could be helping them move this forward. So that's where I I saw I have linked for ripple and popped up. Asked exactly what I had in terms of my experience. Oftentimes you see something in you got. That's not really aligned. But I'm the one that knows that so I'm GonNa go for

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"coley" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

11:40 min | 2 years ago

"coley" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Know we're told listeners but you know they got the TV it is that even if any sports people like us we don't even have that and then one of my adaptations was eight when the few places I can walk safely restaurant chili's have a few drinks you get to know people hang out a little bit but now you can't go there so basically I'm I'm Coley you'd kill time and try not to lose my mind yeah I don't blame you and we wish you well in trying to you know battle through the adaptation which we all are we're dropping to a New World and some of us have an easier time than others some of us have had to adapt more in the past so it's a little easier for us over that I think that's one of the problems that you know we have with the under thirties as they've had to adapt to not very much and again it's not their fault I'm not criticizing them you know it's one thing to say this young generation they don't know yeah they don't know because they have been forced to know it's not their fault that they don't know and now I'm one of the guys that brought them up I got my three boys so it's not a criticism sometimes they take and I think the millennials when people talk about that they're soft or that they don't know what sacrifices or that they are too wrapped up in their own lives and to selfish you know we the older generation partly contribute to that and circumstance partly contributed to that it has been for them an internet phone world one that we didn't grow up and we don't know what we would have been like if we grew up in our world we can grow up in it so there's a difference between noting something and blaming the big difference and that difference needs to be highlighted here they have not had to deal with fortunately for them until now any kind of service sacrifice like the one they're getting here and some of the reacting very poorly to it why because I never asked to be for the first time experience and nobody likes it southern Maryland is our next stop all is there any joins us on the fan I Paul Hey Chris how's it going all right are you doing pretty good you know usually I'll spend my evening I'm just flipping through the am dial yeah yeah cart your show here for the last hour and I gotta tell ya it's very intelligent and very insightful you know between you and all your callers you know it's so refreshing no pundits no politicians real people providing real information interesting real concerns with a crazy time that we're going through and I and I gotta tell you your network is performing a huge public service here I mean it's a pleasure to listen to someone like you when your calls I'm glad to hear that Paul I appreciate you calling in and and given us that the bat on the back we appreciate and go Jack well I can't do much about that part you know that might be a little bit of a struggle the go jets part eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six Brian west palm is next right I bright crescent using your talking Gee I talked the engines but yeah mostly Montauk Yankees yep I know George will join your hopes today you are the general manager number four would you I would go to champions from Quebec Roger Schwartz taking place safety linebacker defensive end it drunk you pass rusher they said they got a trade open for the twelve and seventeen EC analysts wondering he also breached the joint as a B. minus three eight want you know you sort of the signing and what you would do if you are the GM I think Simmons is an interesting choice I think that the I agree with that rating of a B. minus in that regard I'm not a big fan of you know either team really doing anything exciting I think it does create doubt that it does you know what it does more than anything else it tests the expertise of the two guys Dave Gettleman and Douglas to to take these players who are okay but the jets obviously and giants liked them more than other teams and bring them in and give them an opportunity and sign the contracts even though their short term in many cases is you know up until a chance for us as fans to grade them on how well they do S. talent evaluators so these jobs I mean it's always this way even with really high draft picks as we found out last year with the jets again it's always the player's job to show that he deserves the faith that you put in them but more so with the with the free agents that the jets and giants of science so far they're gonna have to prove it you know they're not they're not can't miss guys they don't have the kind of resumes that inspire great confidence in the fan base and we're gonna have to get to know them and find out if if our talent evaluators are any good at it right and then we're gonna put him in with draft picks as to trading the twelve and seventeen for the for I doubt that'll happen I doubt that'll happen but it shows how far away these two teams are used to teams are pretty far away they're not on the cusp of anything you know making the playoffs may be easier now and all that but they're not overly close and for the jets I can tell you this their schedule is really tough really tough Amanda Long Island is next on the fan hi Amanda yeah good how are you yeah you guys are not going about sports really I to tap into an interior station and everything got the virus and you know people not take it seriously and I have to tell you I really I think yesterday I kind of realized that this was kind of like going to hit the fan not for the reasons of you know not one to go out on the bar but because I do work and I am saving for a house so I'm concerned more financially how we're going to recover from that you know I work for a small business I run the business and I mean if we don't if we confess our daughter but I'm worried that we're not gonna recover so that's kind of like you know that's why I wanted to touch on and that's why I didn't I wouldn't take it because I feel like the economy then so well right now eight if this is lows and I found cell based assay but on you know I'm worried about my bills and and I'm going to buy how old are you and I think I'm twenty six all right so from a disease standpoint taking economy out of it for a moment how about you and your friends and and you in the twenty somethings how are you guys dealing with the severity of the potential disease from a medical standpoint and then we'll get back to the economical standpoint well I need personally I you know I keep my vitamins I mean I'm I try to stay as healthy as possible I stay out of the doctor's office I'm forty might my good friend mother thinking also she's not leaving the house so they're the only friend well locking down none of our testing each other that's what socializing but the problem we're worried about work right were like out of that party state welfare for houses and stop so world healthy everyone's okay like I said a word fearful of my girlfriend's mother but but that's not the rat yeah I get it so your real concern is about the economic disaster that is looming and I I can't blame you for that I think that it's a real and I appreciate you calling in I think it's a real big part of why people are skeptical they don't want not only that they hate the thought that this could be real but they hate what it's doing to them particularly if somehow it doesn't become real and because it's not them right now everyone around them is healthy they don't know anyone who has it you know they don't think we're in a lead they whatever they think they you know the the reality of it if it if it's really bad is is hard enough to take but then all the economic hardship that comes a reason as a result of something that's not here yet in their mind anyway is really difficult imagine imagine closing your business for two months for a hurricane that is that is two weeks out right it's two weeks off shore or ten days off shore or seven days off shore you're really not sure but it's coming toward you and the government saying you gotta close your business and you're saying yeah but the hurricanes ten days out what I want to close my business well because you need that much time to get away from the shore and do a lot of it's always horrible I mean it's horrible I'm not minimizing that think of her she's twenty six trying to save for a house she has her own small business she's one story in the naked city right one of a million stories and it's real it's all real so her whole existence is threatened when a month ago it wasn't and you want everyone to react the same way you're not gonna get that you know you're not going to get that and at twenty six she hasn't been through anything like this before nor have any of her friends it's all in history books so be compassionate and understand that the shared sacrifice is real for a lot of people and it is not something that they view as necessarily being temporary as we've said many times and Paul said it if we knew the end the shared sacrifice would be sold I mean I can't tell you the difference between having a solid date and not it is night and day it is heaven and hell the difference between not knowing when it will end and how much sacrifice I'm going to have to make and trying to plan out my finances and my special events and my son's graduation and my wedding that I'm going to end my trip the business here and my I mean my god so there are a lot of elements that make this very real and not something that you just you know you guys are over reacting relax everything will be fine six months everything will be back to normal as if everybody has six months where they can be completely disrupted a lot of people don't they just.

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Chris Urmson: Aurora CEO - Autonomous Driving

Behind The Tech with Kevin Scott

07:17 min | 2 years ago

Chris Urmson: Aurora CEO - Autonomous Driving

"Hello and welcome to our first episode of behind. Find The tech in twenty twenty. I'm Christina Warren. Senior cloud advocate at Microsoft. And I'm Kevin Scott all right so Kevin. It is twenty twenty which Shh is both the new year and I guess a new decade although people will get weird technicalities and it's always a great Chance to kind of look back at what's happened over the last ten years and reflect on new opportunities. Yeah I mean I it. Is I think in their industry and for human beings in general really easy to get completely used to new innovations that in our lives. But like when you think back ten years ago the world looked like a very different place than it looks right now so smartphones were just catching on. They were nowhere near as ubiquitous as they are all right now and the things that you could do on them were far far more constrained than they are right. Now I mean for. For God's sake people were renting movies from blockbuster In two thousand ten right very blockbuster was actually still a thing and instagram hadn't even been invented yet. Coley different world you know I do now that we've hit twenty twenty. Do you have any forecasts about what the next year intact might bring her even the next decade. Well well I think one of the themes that we spent a bunch of time chatting about last year on the podcast was artificial intelligence machine learning and I think we are are certainly going to see the trends that that had started in the prior year's continue to accelerate as one of the reason why I'm really interested in chatting with our guest today So autonomous vehicles. For instance. I believe are going to make AK- ton of progress over the next couple of years in particular and I'm really looking forward to seeing some of that stuff. Play out yes I couldn't agree more. It's funny I don't have a driver's license But I've actually been on a few self driving car panels over the years and I I think the technology she behind it is so fascinating. Which is why? I'm really really excited about your conversation with today's guest. Chris Armstrong and Chris is an engineer. Who's known for his work in pioneering self driving car technology? Yeah and you know one of the reasons that I'm especially interested in self driving cars and I'm looking forward to this conversation that we're about to have Chris is that There's so many ways that the world is going to change for the good once we we are able to put this technology into the hands of lots of different companies so One of the things that will hear about Aurora's. They are a company building the self off driving car technology as a platform for other companies to use to build autonomous applications. And so you know one of the things that I'm sorta hopeful for that will come into the world in the not-too-distant future is some technologies. That may help my grandmother. So I'm I'm lucky enough to have a grandma that's still still alive. She's eighty nine years old and lives in a very rural place in Virginia And she can still drive which is awesome but the day is coming where she's not going to be able to To drive her car car in the same way that she is right now and Like then it begs the question of how she has access to all of the things that she needs in order to help her live and independent life. So how does she get her prescription medicines. Like how does she get her groceries and You know just just sort of the staple things that she needs to exist. And one of the things that I think could be really incredibly beneficial with these self driving thing. Technologies is Like the possibility that you'll be able to have autonomous deliveries for people like my grandmother. I think you're absolutely right. I think the potential for the stuff is really fantastic. So let's hear more about some of the potential for this technology from Chris Aronson Guest today is Chris. Samson Christie's the CO founder and CEO Vera accompanied the bill self driving vehicle technology before founding Aurora he was CTO. Google self driving car program prior to that. Chris was a faculty member of the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University where he was the technical director of the Darpa urban and grand challenge teams. I'm really excited to hear what he's up to these days. Hey Chris the the show. Thanks for having me so I love to start by learning how you got interested in technology in the first place as a kid. Were you taking engineering classes or programming classes when you were in high school. So are you discover that in college back. When I was in high school there wasn't really computer science at high school And so I Bought Oughta some kind of Tandy x eighty six clone or whatever Back when I was in probably ninth or tenth grade from money for my paper route A- and you know tried to learn to program at first where you go you know you don't if you recall this but you go to the bookstore and you'd buy You know this paperback for Back Book. That was program whatever it was and it was just the source code listing and this before C. D. Roms even pete which people probably don't even remember that that's right we Before that actually bought a commodore sixty four and of course that was exciting. Because it didn't have tape drive right right or it didn't have a floppy drive floppy yeah and five and a quarter inch. Discs that's what had YEP YEP so anyway so we was doing that and then this language C. Plus plus which seemed to be the hot new thing And so started. Actually the first programs I really learned with C. Plus plus. Wow that's rough. Yeah yeah it was a little crazy. A I mean I guess on some some level like CPS was challenging lodging first language. But the good thing is after you've mastered as downhill it's all downhill And so did. Did you know from all of this experience in high school that you wanted to get a computer science and engineering. Gary you know up in Canada so apply to you you know variety of schools got into into a couple of them And then in my senior here I met a girl Turns out now. She's my wife. And decided I wanted to stay at the University of Manitoba which is right in central Canada and Manitoba and got into the computer engineering? School computer. Seem like you know they had a future.

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Study finds films lag significantly in Latino representation

AP 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Study finds films lag significantly in Latino representation

"Latino representation in film remains virtually unchanged over the last decade lag significantly behind the U. S. population according to a new study the USC Annenberg inclusion initiative report analyzed the twelve hundred top grossing films from two thousand eight to twenty eighteen is found in that period for a half percent of all speaking or names characters were Latino and just three percent of leads or Coley researchers found the rate of representation is hovered between three and six percent over that time in twenty eighteen there were Latino speaking characters in five percent of the most popular films the same rate as in two thousand eight that's despite Latinos making up eighteen percent of the US population and the motion picture association of America saying with the those made up twenty four percent of frequent movie goers the survey was conducted in partnership with the national association of Latino independent producers and why such

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"coley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:11 min | 3 years ago

"coley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Coley Lynn Sir Bradley trainer did the morning show this morning's filling in for Jay said Kelly Hansen is here for two in cities live here for the remainder of the segment but then you have to stick it out because you've got duties on Twin Cities live but Holly Roberts is filling in with Laurene Julia today it's just it's a crazy week it's fine we're going to get through a holidays were happy happy happy to have you here Kelly I said that Kim Kardashian is had a change of heart now you may wonder what that means especially because the last we heard she had doubled down after she had been scrutinized for the name of her new quote solution where line kimono did you follow this at all Kelly a little bit at first I didn't I didn't understand I didn't get kimono because I say come on all right and then it all kind of made sense but I understand what people are upset with her and they should be you think so like I mean people are very sensitive to a lot of things these days right and that it wasn't just the use of the Komodo for the name of the solution where that come on on hold solution where hello I mean don't even get me started so that is what I mean she had a long discussion it assumes that we all have a problem yeah ad but but what is interesting is it was mostly in response to the fact that she had tried to trademark the use of the word kimono all I didn't know that these even come motos no way yes so it was partly sort of the appropriation of the word kimono to describe which in you know E. in in the Japanese culture is an actual what like a dress I had what I say address I don't mean it it's actual dress I mean it's a a government thank you that's sort of looking for a government that is associated with Japan that is associated with honor that she appropriated that word to for her underwear line essentially a solution or is really nothing more than an under an undergarment it's actually it was partly that but it was partly because she had decided to use that to inter trademark not allow that word to be associated with a brand of kimono now she first double down on that basically is like yeah no I'm not gonna do anything but now Holly just today you said to me Hey guess what she's changing the name of the line yeah Kim Kardashian announced on Instagram that she is going to change the line of her solution where no we don't know what that name is going to be but she said that I'm paraphrasing part of her statement on Instagram that my brands my products are built with inclusivity in diversity at their core and after careful thought and consideration I will be launching my solution where brand under a new name I will be in touch soon thank you for understanding and support always as she is walking back a statement because she was pretty adamant in her stance about naming a kimono in The New York Times just last week yeah I mean because I think basically what you're trying to say was in in her initial statement because you use the same words about inclusivity in her brand and I I don't I actually I I like to make fun of him for a lot of things but that's not going to be one of them because in this solution where line she had all sizes from zero up to twenty two I think or twenty four or something like that which tells you that she had a size inclusivity in mind but also in the tone of this of the of the sheep where solution where sorry solution where it was every sick it was at many different skin tones for right it's not just the typical like white nude being only some peoples nude and then like tail you know she had every like ever like many different gradations of skin tone represented so she it was clear that that inclusivity piece wise in line but what's interesting to me is somebody must have tipped her off and I don't know who she's doing the right thing I do too but at some point I think somebody must have tipped her off and said listen like you can't say you have inclusivity in mind when you are now appropriating an entire culture then that's not inclusivity anymore right I mean in the picture that she posted saying you know being an entrepreneur and one of the most rewarding challenges and how I'm going to change the name hi just choices are so questionable on how she's marketing herself and then this new line I mean the picture is like a box some you know I'm sitting there and it's just I don't I just don't buy it I don't I don't buy that she feels bad oh my gosh I'd just had I thought oh well.

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"coley" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"coley" Discussed on WTVN

"Well, Ohio Senator Bill Coley is presenting his own version this afternoon of how to avoid that traditional pennies per gallon tax at the pump. It's an unstable funding formula in the sense that as cars, get more and more efficient getting more and more miles per gallon than the revenue per mile driven. Fox coleus pitching. The idea of paying a fee up front at the driver's license bureau, and then receiving a discount at the pump when using abra wards card. Ohio horse racing regulators are investigating the death of an animal that happened during a race in Warren county this week the Ohio racing commission says the horse got spooked during a harness race on Monday at Miami valley gaming in Warren county and ran into a pond on the track the race staff. Were unable to rescue the animal from drowning in the community is coming together ten night to remember a local community activists who was found dead. This week vigil will be held for amber Evans near West Bank park this evening. Heavens was a social Justice advocate who disappeared back in February. Her body was pulled from the river over the weekend. That vigil starts at five thirty our news partners at ABC six say the investigation into her death continues the Ohio man accused of killing a counter protester at a white nationalist rally in Virginia. He's facing a judge today James field junior is appearing in federal court to plead guilty to more than two dozen hate crime charges. He was convicted last year in Virginia state court for the car attack that killed Heather higher and injured. Dozens more your ABC six first warning weather sunshine today with highs near fifty seven. I'm Alison Wyant. Our next report at four o'clock for breaking news, and weather alerts instantly, follow us on Twitter at six ten WTVN news..

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"coley" Discussed on PhotoBiz Xposed

PhotoBiz Xposed

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"coley" Discussed on PhotoBiz Xposed

"You're just kind of leading them to the next step in the journey. Okay. With that welcome sequence at maybe even with future, eight miles shoot. I be asking open-ended questions like am. I trying to get a reply or am I just want to get into book Coley? That's my end goal is the coal. Should I be trying to open conversation Email I or just go for the coal. You know, let one of my favorite calls to action for a welcome Email is to ask them to reply to the Email because it does a couple of things. So it does get them to kind of start that relationship where you're taking this thing that is not super personal you're making it into. One on one conversation where like you're actually giving in their inbox. And they're replying back to you. And you can have that conversation with them. That's not just like the automated emails, so that's really great. The other reason why haven't replied to your Email is really good as it helps with your deliverability because people do not reply to spam. Emails typically. So it helps the inbox. See your emails is really valuable and even to other people on your list that don't reply it helps. So that you're not like any. Nope. In the promotions haven't g mail your enough in the primary tab because your emails are showing as like really valuable emails that aren't spamming aren't sales easy. And that's a really great way to build that conversation. And then from there, you can even one on one talk with them and have your, you know, welcome sequence continue right in the background. But you can start building that conversation showing that your real person behind this Email address. God I so is the best way to get a reply is it to have like a snappy shoot Email with a simple unconnected question. Or do you deliver a whole lot of value? At the very end, he replied and tell me what you think. Usually I ask a question, and I've even seen other people that which I've start using now that people will say like, maybe not the best for photographers. But what I've seen a lot is tell me what you're struggling with when it comes to exit and could be what are you struggling with when it comes to booking your wedding photographer? What are you struggling with rent comes to finding a portrait photographer, and then you can say hit reply tell me and fill in the blank..

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"coley" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"coley" Discussed on 1075 KZL

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Body found in missing New Jersey woman's auto

Len Berman

02:11 min | 4 years ago

Body found in missing New Jersey woman's auto

"Just happened so fast police are still questioning the driver body found in an abandoned car appears to be that of a missing patterson woman the body of chanel coley was found the back seat of her car parked at a marion street apartment complex that had been neglected just kind of left there finally somebody noticed a strange smell coming from the vehicle and called police the woman has been missing since december senator chuck schumer with his sunday news conference wants the fda to ban e cigarette flavors that are geared toward kids he says at a time when the smoking rate is declining teens and children are increasingly using e cigarettes he says there's already law on the books that prevents fun flavored e cigarettes for being sold but nobody is enforcing it and it nypd officer who was dragged by a suspect car and badly injured in brooklyn is set to be released from rehab today this is a good story detective doll vivier responded to reports of gunfire in east flatbush last june he started chasing this teen gang member who was driving the car justin rail it was stolen car he grabbed onto it and was dragged for two blocks and during that time we've managed to fire two shots he hit the suspect but unfortunately he was seriously injured underwent nearly a year of rehab and he'll be released from the kessler institute in new jersey later today wish him well thanks joe bartlett by the way we're talking about that newark situation where there was a police chasing a woman was unfortunately killed a pedestrian the mother yes and and i wondered what the protocol but i got an email from a listen named john who said the nypd has no protocol about police chases which is as we left to the discretion officer on the scene if they i think they call it pursuit varies from department to department because i know there was a young mother who was killed in my town was a police chase the police from another town were pursuing this guy let's not good yeah no protocol nypd surprises me i thought they might have been.

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Woman missing in New Jersey since December found dead, authorities say

Len Berman

01:06 min | 4 years ago

Woman missing in New Jersey since December found dead, authorities say

"And a good monday morning to everybody partly cloudy today highs are gonna hit seventy four degrees not a not a great day but not a terrible day weatherwise lynn thank you kidding me anything over fifty hey some sad news chenier coli she's the twenty four year old woman from paterson new jersey she's been missing since december and over the weekend they found her car with a body in the back seat has not been positively identified but it does appear at least to her father willie coley that it is his his daughter's body missing since december she was abducted on her way to work she's a nursing assistant she's the mother of a four year old boy and where she was abducted her father went there and he said he saw blood and would appear to be her glasses in the brook slope parking lot from which she was reportedly abducted but missing since december and now they found the car with the body in the back well they found the car just about a mile away but what was it just sitting there since december in the same spot.

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