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Fresh update on "couple months ago" discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"They didn't play very well this year. A lot of times. They were heavy favorites. They lost a couple of home games this year to double digit favorites again so I think he was just trying to find a way to muster that us against the world mentality that's been so successful for them over the last few years here and they went to utah. Couple years ago when seven players want wanna game That served them. Well and i think he was looking for that and maybe he pissed them off. Maybe you know it was. It didn't work this time. But i tend to think that he i mean i think he's a really good job. I wasn't a fan of his higher hired him But i think i've proven wrong. I think he's right up to the patient. Coaches right now This this this moment this thing. That didn't work out notwithstanding. I think the whole body works tells you that much. More than a heck of a job here mark. Have you ever seen an mvp in any league be disrespected. as we've seen with nicole yokich i. I don't think it's intentional. Disrespected disregarded he's. He's got a better word for it It's like oh you know. He's he's a big slow white guy. I mean th there. He doesn't get missiles he certainly does not get superstar treatment indications. And that's you know. Maybe he's gotta stop being so demonstrative afterwards but it's frustrating gets to totally understand it. You'd have to cross the arms and not gonna call. You're going to be frustrated but And you know he's not the only one. I mean kim. Dunkin never got never committed the foul his career as far as concern superstars. Who who've had been very demonstrative with ficials but yeah i strange to watch all this guy does not get the call way more often than not and it's both ends of the court and it's it's got to be frustrating him but i think he's gonna find a way to to play through it. Maybe not be quite so demonstrable. This you know via language and actions and all that kind of stuff that maybe Maybe the world will start to turn at some point. You hope though the the nba doesn't market him at all. I is it. Because i mean and i brought this. I brought this up the other day. And i know it's a it's a weird conversation to have he. He doesn't fit the mold like you said he's a so white guy does that. Does that plan. Not just his style. But you know he doesn't talk to the media whole lot he. He's not that traditional mold of an nba superstar. Is that what it is. I mean does that. Start to factor in. Yeah absolutely does that. I wrote this page dot com. A couple months ago why you won't win the mvp title. Because he's not a self promoter. I mean james hardie and rest of them are out there saying yeah i should win it. I mean jill joel embiid. Yeah actually. i'm the best player and for whatever reason this generation of sports fans people like the backflips and the and the all the talking..
Fresh update on "couple months ago" discussed on #QualityMatters
"Monthly meetings with the with the stakeholders the product owner and and all of those and then we analyzed it progress very detailed progress progresses about a two hour meeting in which we on allies every step on on the process through areas not result exactly exactly and and we. We analyzed rhys but we have to go to the table. We'd amid allegations step. I mean risk just like you. Mention steve risk are parl. The bar what we do in in some organization that they're risk averse saw three extremely careful you have to go with mediation step in in That's how we define. It has to be an oprah conversation. He has to be transparent. You helped to build Your business venture manager. The product owner yet It is that communication is to me open transparent risking on this shirley directly related to the book work with the client here for years ago. And they're trying to get contract with motorola and you know so we had to do you know whole slew of at me as all these detail risk analysis adage assessments of stuff and so there are pin was sixty so you take a look at the likelihood that detection a multiple law this out like are paying sixty is like they had new app type of risk at all and it is just so tough zone up to go after. We have to know where they're at and so that was what we had to do. Is we had to find well. Okay how are we gonna work this process of leak and demonstrate this very low lit risk level or is on the got another client. That will work with here just a couple months ago. And so they're they're trying to get into one of these systems for wind turbine construction and whatnot and yeah no issue there just the bare minimums but hey you have to understand with inclined needs and it can dramatically changed the way to go after it and risk is a or woman will stay tricky and fiscal philan- spects play with risk is a big deal. I know working with Financial advisers are were last couple of decades Assessing your clients risk. Tolerance is critical on.
Fresh update on "couple months ago" discussed on South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo
"I mean, this time, Vladimir Putin showed up on time. We're told. Is that right? Yeah, Everything is like a couple minutes late for both. But it was actually quite on time, given the propensity of the Russian president to arrive very late as a way to kind of throw the other person off their game a little bit. And also President Biden just has a tendency to be late to everything. But today they got underway as expected. In the seven o'clock Eastern hour. They posed for photos outside the 18th century villa where the summit is taking place, and then later we had a quick photo op at the beginning of the start of the summit President Biden sitting side by side with Russian President Vladimir Putin in a library setting We're joined just by their top diplomat, the secretary of state and the Russian foreign minister and their translators. And then that was it. It was chaotic. We really couldn't throw them very well. They didn't take questions, even though everybody was shouting them. And now this meeting is expected to last about 4 to 5 hours. The next time we anticipate seeing either president is when they take questions from reporters after it all concludes. Right. What was the last thing that President Biden had to say to the press before he went in? Um, didn't seem confident, Itty talk about the confrontational nature of what may happen in these talks. No, really no real extensive comments since he's been here in Geneva. The president said last night that he was ready when he asked when he was asked about that and his preparation, and today when he was sitting side by side with Putin in that library, the president could be heard, saying it's always good to meet face to face. Putin through translator said he hoped the meeting would be productive, so they got that little stone faced both of them. Couple smiles as they observe the very chaotic scene with the Russian and American Press corps's Jostling to get position and then the press was brought out and they get down to business. But when they know each other, I mean Biden call him a murderer recently. And, uh, he said to his face years and years ago that that Putin had no soul. Despite that, it seemed to be a cordial greeting. In the beginning, it seemed like that, a handshake outside the villa and a couple of smiles, and then they walked inside. Now any think it's also been notable that the president has been asked about those comments that you just referenced, calling him a killer in an interview with ABC a couple months ago and the infamous aligned from about a decade ago, where he said he looked at him and told him he had no soul. He didn't repeat those comments. He didn't walk them back, but he didn't reiterate them when he has been asked about. About it on this trip to Europe over the past week, So you know, he says, Look, he's been doing this a long time. He's not going to play out the strategy in front of reporters, saving it for whatever happens behind the scenes. Right? I don't know about you for the last time guy called me a murderer. I you know, didn't go over that. Well, I imagine the sandwich meat with them three months later Now, I decided not to, you know? And that soul thing is a hearts overrated, too. Hey, Karen, Thanks safe trip home and also get a chance to talk to you again about all this, Uh, this overall trip because, uh, what an experience, but, uh, but safe travels home. Thanks for very much for everything we appreciate. We'll talk to you soon. Take care. Thanks. Have a nice day. You too. I doubt you'll be with us tomorrow. I'm sure that I got playing right after this is over and get out of there, but, uh, Look, um It's kind of hard. You gotta walk down the aisle seat for Putin. It's easy. If he's got an adversary in in Russia, he just locks them up. Or he hasn't killed right. That's what's that's what's occurred. For for For Biden. It's harder because he's got the Republicans were getting ready, You know, aim fire at him if he makes a mistake with Putin or If they perceived it makes a mistake with Putin and they will no matter what happens here. So it's it's a bit of a different deal for for each individual. I guess that's different Dictatorship and a president. How long has likely been president of of, uh Of Russia. Remember, he stepped away for a little bit. And put that guy in there. Nobody could his name We could pronounce med be added, for whatever they thought was correctly. They decided. I don't like this second banana job. I'm going back on the top and just put himself back in. Like in 2000, I think right and then he'd like stepped away for a few years. And then he's been back there for like another eight or nine years already. I'm telling you what he's been there forever and a day. I mean, he's Khrushchev is next on the list of people who love surpassed as far as, uh, you know, a number of years is ahead of the party. 8 46. May you got something that's training for Jimmy. We already know. Former President Donald Trump will be holding an event in December at the BB and T Center with Bill O. Reilly. But he might be making a big comeback with a rally in Florida much sooner than that, As soon as a couple of weeks from now, take a look at where he might reportedly be and how you.
Fresh update on "couple months ago" discussed on Velvet's Edge
"It's journals of a love addicts so we did a podcast. A couple months ago was that. I can't even remember this point. It might have been last summer at the line near a blur. The pandemic feels like one big to be a very weird but true I told you you're not been talking a little bit before this. But i've been in recovery for co-dependency since two thousand thirteen in the last few years i've started to slowly ditto into love addiction. Work in the Is been so interesting. I was just telling you this. I have never found myself so hesitant to do. The work around kind of is a trauma our attachment wounds. I think that's how you describe it. Is that a typical thing that happens to people with this love addiction stuff. Yes it is. I well okay so we're talking about attachment and so yes leaders asked. Is we call trauma or attachment wounds. I i called a lot of different things because it will let me start with this. I don't like the term love addiction. I don't like the term love addict. i don't even like the term codependence you know. Because but the thing is those are terms. That are out there. And i am trained in p melodies model And so pm melody wrote codependence and she wrote the book facing eviction in those terms helped me when i got into recovery and so i call them starter. Terms that people can google that they can find books they can things that have been written about that and then they can start their own recovery. You know doing research getting lots of information with those starter terms and you can call it whatever you want. That's what i like to tell people. Call it what you want to call it really but no that is trauma. This is all attachment trauma. Yeah so what does that me. And i think we talked about this in the last podcast but do want to give people a little bit of an overview her just joining us in this one. What would attachment trauma even mean. Yeah instead of that's another term you attachment traumas also a pretty broad term because attachment trauma can happen in adult relationships with your attachment figure right as adults. We have attachment figures people that we attach with in relationships but we're talking really about childhood developmental trauma and that is actually what melody calls. Codependence is It is a developmental immaturity. And so that means is you know. Children go through stages of development and if there is wounding any of those areas there is going to be some issue with developing in those areas. So we might not mature in certain areas which then leads us to be more immature in relationships as adults so we can call them like an interruption in attachment and they can look anything peos says abuse falls into two categories which is a measurement or neglect. And so the thing about neglect is that it can be kind of invisible. In a way. We think of neglect. Actually we might think of someone who doesn't have food and shelter who doesn't have clothing and basic needs met right and that is that's extreme neglect but when we think about emotional neglect you know. That's something that can be really subtle you know and it can happen so frequently and even in loving households because parents are busy you know even if you have a two parent household working meetings running kids to soccer practice dealing with other children. You know there's a lot of reasons that children might not get be emotional nurturance that they need and can show up later in life as what was emotional neglect so bad what. We look at trauma so we look at trauma in two ways either a measurement or neglect and a lot of times in addiction. We're talking about emotional neglect Would love avoidance. We're talking oftentimes more about what was a measurement and so that is when term either it. It's like helicopter parents. You know where you're on the child your child hula-hoop all the time you know. And there's no freedom for the child really become their own person So an someone who might become more avoid later in life might feel. Love is suffocating. So they kind of push away from intimacy and what they look at as love and attachment. So you see. Does that make sense. It's totally make sense to me. I think the so interesting. I was thinking about when you're talking about the neglect piece like it's so interesting because parents could also be working through their own trauma and so it's like dealing with their you know. Life is hard as an adult of the more. The older i get the more. I'm like i mean there is constantly some issue right. And so that's hard as a parent i would imagine to consistently emotionally show up when you're also dealing as a human being with your own trauma your own shit from your childhood. You know like any of that stuff. That's right matteo talks. He doesn't really great job. I'm talking about the importance of tune mints in childhood which is basically you know when will use the example of a crying baby or crying toddler and when the parents is regulated you know they can pick up the baby and they can hold the baby and help the baby regulate if a parent is distributed. It's almost impossible to get the child to regulate and so the child doesn't sued know with the parent. Does it make sense. And so if apparent is stressed the paren- is dealing with three other children or the parents trying to rush to get to work or their second job. Maybe they're a single parent and So that a tune-in rare. You think that must be or how hard that is to do consistently. So that's why i look at you. Know have clients sometimes. Come in and say. I'm forty five years old release felt securely attached and then i got into this relationship and now i'm behaving like love addict and i don't know what's going on and it's because another thing to look at is we can go through life and not this stuff can lie. Dormant is how i look at it and it can get triggered by a particular partnership particular dynamic you know with someone who comes along and is more avoided and triggers that insecure.
What a New Era of Big Government Could Mean for Bitcoin
"Yesterday i was asking the question about whether this bitcoin bull market is at its end and part of what i said felt very important to understand before we really know whether that's the case is if in how. The macro environment has shifted the landscape the inflation narrative has been such a huge part of driving this bitcoin bowls cycle that the unwinding of that the changing of that. Would you would imagine naturally have some consequences for where. Bitcoin crypto fit in the larger world. We've been in a period of waiting of wait to see of wondering if there was going to be a transition. It has felt too many like the economy was heating up in such a way that inflation was naturally going to follow an interest rates. Were going to have to rise. Because of that in consequence the riskiest tech stocks that had the highest valuations have been in retreat for a couple months roughly the same period that bitcoin has been idling or going down. There is however a narrative counterweight that whatever the case in the short term of monetary policy fiscal spending has entered a fundamentally new era. A fundamentally new era in which bitcoin could be more relevant than ever. The potential for that new era is exactly what david morris explored in a recent op. Ed on queen does called covid. Nineteen made biden's big-spending the new normal. This came out just after biden's budget was released and explores some of these questions. President joe biden today unveiled a budget proposal that would increase federal spending to levels not seen since world war two as usual. The new president's proposed budget has already triggered a fierce debate but while we can expect usual. Scrum overspending details. The biden budget is an attempt to push forward and leverage a much broader ideological shift. The coronavirus pandemic has made government spending in program significantly more appealing to americans. It's something of a perfect storm. The budget arrives. After pandemic relief proved hugely popular and seemingly effective long-term rising inequality and other serious social problems have created more space for pro government. Voices like us senator bernie sanders.
Camp Hell: Anneewakee, A Breeding Ground for Child Abuse
"By the mid nineteen seventies and awake. He had established itself as a successful program. Troubled youth in georgia the center had secured its medical license which allowed the collection of third party payments from insurance companies and was now having patients referred there from the court system as well as other learning centers lewis petr supposedly restricted for making contact with any patients was still keeping his office on campus grounds. Any oversight at the time had slip through the cracks of state government and the roman patients at was growing exponentially. Carl moore was one of these patients. He was admitted in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy seven. After seeing the result of his brothers reform their carl's family had a particular connection to enter wakey. his mother was involved in number of schools in atlanta. That would often refer children to the program in douglasville anyway keys. Reputation had put the program at the top of the list for educators to send children who were beyond the scope of their help. Here's chris mcknight a former patient who was referred to an wakey from the new school. A program headed by carl's mother tweety more. My father pulled me out of the school. I was going to editor mea the tweety more school the new school i was there for a couple months and at the new school. I met a couple people that i was at anna wakey with that were at her school. Post and wakey so as it turns out tweety more recommended analytic. It's not just me but to a lot of other kids. My feelings with tweety is. I don't think she knew about the abuse. Sedano achey i've known tweety. Since i was a little kid i mean she's she's passing our soul a number of former patients. I've interviewed said they were referred to in a wakey from other schools in similar ways where did spread throughout learning centers in georgia and neighboring states. That anna wakey was a solution for troubled kids who didn't have a place elsewhere. Now that anna wakey was officially licensed medical hospital. It was also receiving patients who were wards of the state of georgia and other neighboring states like alabama. This all amounted to a large increase in the number of patients. Enrolling anna wakey was running out of room.
Unapologetically Black Cross Stitch With Miasa Osbey
"Welcome. Is your from norfolk. Virginia thank you so much. Y'all we're going to be talking about unapologetically black cross stitch and i love unapologetic shit. That's my favorite type of stuff. The unapologetic mack rayburn the unapologetic. Blackness is my favorite blackness. Let's get started. Welcome to the program. Thank you so much for being here with us today. Welcome summer three horrible lisa. So let's jump right in and talk about. How did you get started in the needle arts. Did you begin with cross stitch or did you start with crochet or yarn or something different. I started with quilting. And like i do most things to youtube university fire. Watch it for months by mike. Quit manages jumped writing in. So i started quilting first and i was watching videos on quilting and tutorials and busting out the quilt Learned that skill and then during the pandemic i also had my godson and a great nephew saying over here. So i had two boys in my house. I couldn't be locked in my sewing room. Quilting like a love to in my downtime. They're just getting into too much. Get into too much stuff. Young boys running around the house. So i had to find something that i can do in their presence. That would give me a peace of mind and let them do what they were doing. And i came across a lost to. I watched that for a couple months before even jumped into it with those boys running around trying to be locked up trying to get a quote blog done and cuts and stuff straight not me. So that's how. I started with the crowd. Tell me about floss tube. You said floss tube and when you said floss tube. I was thinking about those little tubes of floss with the black band around them. Like seventy nine cents each or something. That is that what you're talking about. Are you talking about. I'm talking about the embroidery flaw. That she would go into. If you go to the back of a michael's or joanne's there is a huge dmc selection which is a brand of embroidery
Tesla Is Updating Roadster Design
"All right so let's get into the roadster the roadster starting yesterday has been on display at the petersen automotive museum in l. a. And once you know it on the display sign they actually broke some news on the tesla roadster so this was shared out by black model. Three on twitter says quote demonstrating the versatility of electric power and adding extra distinction to the cars already. High-performance unannounced space x package would output the roadster with cold air rocket thrusters position at the rear allowing for a zero to sixty acceleration. Time of one point one seconds rate largely unprecedented modern road cars and so not sure why they added largely unprecedented. I think they would have been safe to say completely. Unprecedented there since they do specify road cars. But anyway while we've obviously heard about the space x package before. This is the first time that we've seen the actual mention of a true zero sixty time at a mind blowing one point one seconds yulon today did confirm this on twitter saying quote. Yes with the spacex rocket thruster option. Package it will be safe but very intense probably not wise for those with a medical condition same as hardcore rollercoaster. And it's also been a little bit up in the air in the past how these thrusters gift tussle doug on this path yuan today saying on twitter quote it will have high pressure air rocket thrusters behind a license plate that flips down bong james bond and so that concept is an idea that you on has brought up in the past but i think when he talked about it on the joe rogan podcast. Maybe a couple months back. He still sounded a little bit uncertain with that. So it sounds like based on this tweet and also them now confirming this one point one seconds zero to sixty time. Maybe tesla's made a little bit of progress. In terms of finalizing the design of these spacex option roadster in this tweet thread on also had replied to someone asking question about the model s. and had referred to the thrusters. So just for clarification sake. In case anyone saw that you didn't clarify that he was talking about the roadster there so no space package for the plat or platte plus model s. and then also replied to you a photo of the roadster on display at the museum saying and i think he got. Autocorrect here. production article look different parentheses. Better presumably meant vehicle there instead of article.
How the Golden Globes Canceled Themselves
"Canceled the Golden Globes. What's that about? Well, they canceled it for next year. At least they're not gonna Eric They can't cancel the Golden Globes. The Golden Globes could do whatever the hell Yeah, he said that they're not going to air the Golden Globes next year. And this is all because of the controversy that started a couple months ago from basically in L. A Times article that really exposed the Golden Globes for many things, shady financial dealings being one of them, but also the fact that of this 87 member body that votes for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Votes for the golden Gloves of the 87. There are zero black members, which in this day and age is just, you know, kind of unfathomable. Also, given the fact that the the academy the Oscars went through this several years ago. And the Golden Globes. The H F P A watch the Oscars go through this change their membership of the past few years. They've added 4000 members since 2015 and the the Golden Globes just sat there the whole time and did absolutely nothing about it, like hiding in the corner, hoping nobody would tip pull up the blanket and exposed them. Well, they got exposed so They said that they're going to do stuff about this. You know the problems in their organization. They're going to turn things around. They voted last week to make these changes, but it's gonna take them a while to make them. And so, NBC basically said, and a lot of the entertainment industry distance themselves from the Golden Globes, but the Big One was when NBC said this week. Look, we have no confidence that next year's Golden Globes are gonna be any different than last year's Golden Globes because the voting body is going to be pretty much the same. So we don't want to be associated with that. So we're not going to air it. Maybe if you get your act together by 2023. We'll talk. But next year now we're out. So
Biden Says Americans Must Accept a Job or Lose Unemployment Benefits
"Today announcing new steps he says will help more Americans returned to work, including the distribution of $350 billion from the $1.9 Trillion coded aid bill. That was Signed into law a couple months ago. The American rescue plan that aid now going to state and local governments president today, also pushing back again against critics who say that expanded unemployment benefits encouraging Americans to not return to work. Person says. If there's a job offer, it must be taken. We're going to make it clear that anyone collecting unemployment who's offered a suitable job must take the job or lose their unemployment benefits. There are few covert 19 related exceptions, so the people aren't forced to choose between their basic safety and a paycheck. But otherwise, that's the law. I know there's been a lot of discussions since Friday since Friday's report that people are being paid to stay home. Rather than go to work, But we don't see much evidence of that. That is a major factor. We don't see that look, it's easy to say the line has been because of the generous unemployment benefits that it's a major factor in labor shortages. Americans want toe work. Americans wanna work as my dad used to say jobs about a lot more than a paycheck. It's about you. Dignity, your place in the community. You never look your kidney. I save it. He's gonna be okay. I think the people who claim Americans won't work. Even if they find a good and fair opportunity. Underestimate the American people. So will insist that the law is following with respect to benefits. We're not going to turn our backs on our fellow Americans. President Joe Biden at the White House, referring to the jobs report for last month. It was released on Friday, and the number of jobs created falling well below expectations. Today,
MEL Magazine to Stop Publishing After Mass Layoffs From Owner Dollar Shave Club
"The main story which is focused on is the fact that Mal magazine has been funded by ohad rather been funded by dollarshaveclub since its launch in twenty fifteen butts on the twenty or god. When was it now. The announced that she was going to an end turn his sixth of much rights as was result. Tweet wasn't a tweet was was that twenty. Three staff has been left without jobs. So what does this mean. Does this anything about the wind branded content model or is this just a blip in terms of both malam magazine. And how we're gonna fill magazines. What is fundament. What's going here is fundamental to the brand to the brenda content model because the core and not from editor in chief. Just show mayer. He says let me put it this way. I don't think as aggregrate to have a single source of funding. Every every day of the company was praying sustainable. For me we part of the core dollarshaveclub business announce excite with a point. That's why you know. The print magazines that the matches company stopped all of these things. They're the male ceos whose funding will there. They're marketing channel effectively. And you know we've seen a particular last year we've seen so many marketing channels and platforms just kind of get excised from plans so to the point. That magazine was integral to dull shaped walls as a kind of you know obscure marketing channel. The i i didn't notice soon as it turns out. They didn't actually have the opportunity they weren't given the opportunity to fulfil they could have done it monetization cause remember thinking. Pt spoke to josh a couple months ago. And i remember listening to entering. Just thinking does a lot that they could be doing. Hasn't monetization head. The dollar shave dancing to be interested in pushing and that's great menendez's perspective and they got the chance to develop really restore voice without any financial pressure but the end of the let don't shape never gave the chance to really mayton self-sustainable
The Mets Quest To Rebuild, And Rebrand, Themselves
"So tim. It's certainly been a roller coaster of an off season for the new york mets. How would you characterize the state of this. Mets organization as we head into the twenty twenty one season. I feel like the mets are still in kind of a period of transition as an organization. Steve cohen took over at the start of november and he brings in sandy alderson. The team's former general manager as his team president guy who's really well respected around the game of baseball and the thought was they wanted to instill a new culture for the mets to build this new mets team. That was totally different from what they had previously under wilpon ownership and for two and a half months they nailed it. We're going to build a process that produces great teams year in and year out. You bill champions you. Don't buy them. They nailed the opening. Press conference and i plan to make the investments. We need to succeed. It started signing guys. Trevor may and james mccann. They make a huge landmark trade for francisco endure and carlos carrasco the first week of january and everything was rolling in the right direction for them until mid-january and the story about jared porter and his inappropriate text messages and texts photos with a female reporter while he was a member of the chicago cubs front office in two thousand sixteen exposed that maybe the mets could have done a better job in the vetting process. That was clearly for a lot of baseball reporters. Based on the inference took off of twitter talked and he will find out his character. That's on you. Skepticism is really exacerbated. A couple of weeks later when we learned about micky calloway's misconduct as mets manager. In two thousand eighteen. Twenty nine thousand. Nine callaway sent unsolicited messages and photos to women among other inappropriate and harassing behavior. The former mets manager aggressively pursued the women through messages and in person the team released a statement saying was hired by sandy alderson. As the general manager. Calloway had been hired by. Sandy alderson two years before so i think all of the good vibrations from the first couple months of the offseason were undercut by what happened in the last month of the offseason for mid january to the start of spring training in february
Effects of Social Media on Self-Esteem with Dr Lori Whatley
"Media is really starting to have an impact on on self esteem especially younger people And the almost to the point of making them somewhat delusional about the world that they live in and other people. So you know it's been linked as said to higher levels of of of you know self esteem along with loneliness envy anxiety depression and narcissism. So why are we so addicted to social media if it causes all of these issues dr wildly. How can we stop it. How can we. What can we do. You know it is so true. We there are a lot of research and more and more every day coming out about how we are affected but people people don't really put the two together they they don't realize that their anxiety and their question is is due to their online usage something lonelier because at first glance it looks like you know the world is out there living this amazing social life which is exactly the opposite of the person that scrolling through social media usually and and that's like to stay on that slippery slope things diety and and those things you mentioned and as i said most of us just don't relate that negative feeling that we're having To the social media usage but we have research that don't like the to. yeah. I mean i You know i just. I think a couple months ago got an instagram on my own personal one. I've only got like nine nine post on there so far. But i did it because i was almost forced to like you have to do it. Social media is so important. You know if you if you're on radio or whatever just just in business. In general social media is important for your advertisers. And all these things that you have to interact interact with if you own a business. But i don't like it. I never have. I was probably one of the last businesses to to get on social media. I fought it for years And so i'm way behind the game and you know what dr wildly don't care. I really don't care. is that a. Is that a bad thing. No absolutely not i. I understand what you're saying. I know when. I wrote my second book to find a as i was looking for a publisher. That was one of the questions. They all wanted like. Do you have a social media platform. Just you're writing a book about Media that it's not helpful though I get what you're saying. But but i think it's really helpful for us to hold on to our our values and what we know into typically that we need. And you know you you can do what i do and have someone else Manager social media if it becomes too much for you. Oh yeah yeah. Yeah no. I have someone but i even feel guilty about having them having to be on social media all the time. I just don't like it. I don't think it's healthy at all a little bit a little bit of something. I guess is okay junior. I'm going to pull you into this. How do you feel about social media. You've got two young daughters like me. Years are a little bit younger but do you like them being on social media and do you see it becoming potentially a a problem in their lives. So i'm kinda split on a two. Because i need social media for what i do as far as work goes But and i. I see that social media like the there is some good things so we do for my daughter's as we have the passwords to all their accounts So we get notifications just like they do if anybody tries to message them With they're not allowed to accept friends unless we see first We just had to put some restrictions on it and and we do check and we randomly check and they know that. So you know that. I think that's just what you have to do as a parent you kind of have to police their pages i. It's kinda hard to to completely take it away. 'cause they'll find a way. I mean kids. I have a friend whose daughter found a way to make fake accounts and they you know they they do things to get around so i i i. I don't wanna like tell them they can't do it but they do know that. I'm watching Your oldest did you thirteen. She just turned thirteen. She's from fourteen fourteen. Okay and minus sixteen going on seventeen and so they're very close in age and it does get more difficult to to manage it or oversee as they get a little older you want them to be more independent. You don't want them clinging to you Because you just want you wanna have confident and independent children so it is a very difficult line to walk. Dr wildly suggest that parents do well. I think is a very important part of parenting now and in this new digital environment that has become paramount in our world so we we need to Be educated on the things that can happen. And we need to educate our children and they need to understand that yes we are going to parent them responsibly. Around this i love the things that junior said that they are doing and there are many at now that you can get you know to monitor what's going on with your kids on social media and to block out offensive Website and whatnot because you we need to be aware there are some stories right now in the media about things going on that started on social media and it's really scary like what for example. Well i this one of the things that what predators how determined you know. Yeah who are who are out there posing as someone completely different than who they actually are and once story out there is of an actual predatory. Was you know pain to the home of a child an underage minor. And you know so. This is really frightening. Yeah it is frightening. You know it's so you know to go back to what we originally What i asked you about you know You know the higher levels of social media being associated with loneliness envy anxiety depression narcissism. What are some of the signs that social media is becoming an issue. Psychologically for not just a child but even an adult how do how do you know that you've you've entered into the danger zone if you will well the that. Social media's becoming a problem is when you know in in in the areas that you mentioned like loneliness and anxiety depression in the You know just like anything. We become addicted to be able to have import questions. Are we able to do without this are we. Okay with introducing balance. How much angst does it caused us to put this down and walk away from it for a while. Those are those are very telltale signs. If if we have a problem. Yeah i don't i think it's getting to the point almost like i don't know like it has with I gotta be very careful what i say here. I don't wanna. I don't want to come come off as i'm judging anyone but you know when when you put your picture out on social media and you've gotten to the point where you must put built around because nobody even knows what you look like really without a filter and there are so many of them That make you look younger. Make you look thinner. Make your you know your skin. Look amazing i mean it goes over basically as a swipe now as i understand it you can it can heighten your cheekbones. Make your lips fuller like change the tone of your skin your hair like all the stuff like why is that even necessary. Have we become a society. That is so shallow that we must see everyone at their best. Always like looking beautiful. Even if they're not really and say that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. We shouldn't even be at a point in our world where we're even looking at that anymore. But i don't know if that'll ever go away. I mean beauty something that we evaluate since the beginning of time right. Oh yeah but think of the thirty of what you just shared. I mean that that that's so sad. And and thank the pressure that is put on people especially teenagers vaults and what is the message that we are sending our young people with all these filters and whatnot. Yeah well it's it's certainly something that we all need to contemplate especially those that have
The Rush Is on To Get Seattle Public School Employees Vaccinated
"Partner is given a hand 150 Workers from the Seattle Public School Special Education Department got their first dose of the Madonna vaccine today. Included teacher's aides, custodians and nutrition services staff. Mr. Lucero, president of the Seattle Indian Health Board, says she and Superintendent Denise Juno came up with the idea a couple months ago. This is what it looks like when you have true community partnership because we actually have the system in place so that we could make sure that we track and monitors with everybody not only get the first dose, but their second, though. State supplied an additional 150 doses so they could get this done. The second doses are scheduled for April. 12th Kelly Blier Coma news Places you shop would not be allowed to jack up prices during an emergency under
A Beeple Artwork Just Sold for $69M
"Sound. You hear the sound of people's heads absolutely exploding a few times in previous episodes. I've mentioned the people auction going. On at christie's this is the first time the famous auction house has auctioned off a completely digital good. They had previously included an f. T. versions of some physical items that were up for auction but this was the first time it was just an nf tea while the final bids are in and the price paid for people's the first five thousand days was sixty nine million three hundred and forty six thousand two hundred fifty dollars first of all the folks over on wall street. Bets are in utter disbelief that the price wasn't sixty nine million. Four hundred twenty thousand and sixty nine dollars. Second of all crypto. Twitter is absolutely frigging losing their minds. This is a crescendo. Perhaps the first of many but definitely the first of the nfc mennea sweeping the world. I've given the background before but in short. Nfc's are non fungible tokens non fungible means that rather than every token being like every other token in other words each. Bitcoin is like each other bitcoin. They're mutually interchangeable. Each other is equivalent to each other. Tether these are cryptographic. Unique tokens that uniqueness lens them well to the actual owning quote unquote of the original quote unquote of creative work. Like a piece of art and of have been a part of the crypto space. For years i mean remember crypto kitties but over the last few months and especially the last few weeks they have had a major breakout. There have been two really important categories within that the first is actually in the sports collectible slash trading cards space last year. The team that brought you crypto katie's launched nba top shots in conjunction with the nba. These are effectively a new type of trading card featuring efficiently. Licensed video highlights. Now i was watching this and things started reasonably but they have really picked up over the last couple months last month. Nba top shot process. More than two hundred fifty million dollars in sales from one hundred thousand buyers more than that admitted a whole new group of wales a wall street journal article today was called the whales of nba. Top shot made a fortune buying lebron highlights. They were the early to the hottest. Nf market and their collections are now worth millions of dollars. They take a look at people. Like michael levy a thirty one year old financial analyst. Who spent one hundred seventy five thousand dollars over six months whose collection is now worth twenty million plus or andy chore. Leeann a twenty seven year. Old dev who back in his younger days traded pokemon bought sneakers but then more recently bought. Thirty eight hundred. Nba top shot moments. That are now worth a collective fifteen million. I think it's really important to point this side of the market out because in many ways it is a completely different. Demographic than the crypto punks art type people and frankly the people interested in people at least on an artistic level. But i also think it's worth noting that collectibles in general are going crazy. Golden auctions is a huge trading house for cards memorabilia. It sarah on march seventh. Golden tweeted prior to two thousand twenty. There only ten cards that ever sold for one million dollars plus in history last night we sold five cards for a million dollars. Plus clearly there is something going on in these sports card collectible market as well and on a smaller level i track a small index of magic the gathering card prices just to keep track of what older cars in that space are doing and it's up four hundred and fourteen percent in the last year. This is going to be relevant for discussion in a little bit about what's really underlying what's happening in an f. Teas but for now. Let's get back to the art. There has been a ton of focus. Here i people were gobsmacked by the price of crypto punks which are selling for thousand sometimes even tens of thousands hash masks or more of the same but all in all these things felt pretty well contained within the crypto space they were insider games insider speculation and insider collectors over the last few weeks that shifted we saw people sell on nifty gateway for more than six million. We had musicians jumping in just in blau who performs as three lau sold a set of thirty three. Nfc's for over eleven million dollars. Grimes may just under six million dollars. Kings of leon released an album last week with full. Ft's we've seen more sports stars jump in with gronk releasing a bunch of nf teas and then we've had brand seemingly determined to ruin the party for everyone like taco bell who released a set of tease last week as well. Of course alongside the hype. The backlash has increased as well. I mentioned on yesterday's show that there is a huge group. Were now fighting on environmental grounds. Just to give you a sample of some of those tweets per the biggest thing. The nfc sh tells us that we have an extremely short amount of time to destroy the capitalist system before it scorches all live from the earth in of a three percent rate of return. Here's another one the. Nfc thing has drawn a line in the sand between the artists who are annoying for evil minting enough tease and artists who are annoying for good cyber bullying people minting. Nfc's until dimensions mentions are so exhausting. They stop like we're all annoying but it's how we use our powers finally. Let's do one more tweeting things here and there but my stance on teases final. It's horrible for the environment and a very critical time in the climate crisis. Therefore if you participate in it. I will judge you freely in gladly and no longer support you so i tweeted this out yesterday and got a huge number of responses of people who have seen similar things and keep in mind. These aren't like random accounts or at least these tweets are getting hundreds of likes responses. And re tweet so. It seems clear that there is this counter lash happening even as we speak all in all the point. Is that even before today. Things in this space. We're getting pretty heated. But then the people auction closed
Deepfake technology: Can you spot what's real?
"I'm andy taylor. And i'm justin. Lemme and it is the three of us today. There is a lot of tech to talk about. I think the big thing that a lot of people have been talking about this week number one for themselves and number one by just pure astonishment is the technology of deepfake technology. We talked about this a couple months ago. Well you know we. We talked about some deepfakes and all that stuff. But this is how it's it's rear its ugly head again and it's back with a vengeance ugly it looks. It looks so good. it's ugly for society because it does look so good and it's so confusing. I think you're talking about the tom. Cruise ones right yeah. You're the one who told me about it. Because i hadn't seen it yet and it appeared on tiktok amazing because tiktok it. They have a policy no deepfakes. They don't want deepfakes on on tiktok and this was posted on tiktok and eleven million views by people. Saying wait a minute. Tom cruise is doing a magic trick. Tom cruise's played golf. And he's put it he's on tiktok and people were watching and the thing is. You really can't tell that. It's not tom cruise. And that's that's what makes it rough those of you don't know what a deepfake is a deepfake. Is you get an act. I have an actor but a person anybody it could be anybody to be the The video portion of it. And then you'll be walking around a room or doing something. But then you're going to upload know of everybody can do this because it does require some sophisticated technology but you upload like a celebrities face in different poses which gets a bunch of different pictures of that celebrity and then you for lack of better term you superimposed that celebrities face on the quote unquote actors body and it becomes that person. This technology can basically turn anybody into somebody else now. We we've seen some deepfakes in the past that have featured celebrities but always like kind of a little switch. And i've liked those. I've been entertained by those where you have stallone as the terminator or bill hater which is one of the best ones out there. I think bill hader while. He's he's on. One of the talk shows transforms into tom cruise and transforms into seth rogan. While he's i love that one. That one's a lot of fun and they're fun but this deepfake was different because it wasn't like this is another celebrity trying to be another celebrity. This is like oh this. Is tom cruise. Which makes everybody think. Oh that's tom cruise. It brings up the idea then. Okay could a politician then be created to see something outrageous or yeah. That's what i was about to say is like people say how could be a threat to society. just imagine. Just imagine that somebody does somehow does a deepfake of president biden announcing war on china. china's somehow sees this and says well no no no no no where declaring war in america and launches their nukes. Not possible but oh it is possible now that technology fake the technology yet totally and it can also in the case of crime. We've got footage of this crime going down this person did. That's not me. That's a deepfake. There's in could be used as the defense could be used as maybe putting somebody up. That is innocent of a crime. I mean it's you say that there is a technology that you found out that is now being developed to combat the deepfakes like basically be able to tell if it was altered a company. And i'm the name kind of escaped me. I signed up to kind of follow them and see what they're doing but they're apparently able to use technology to determine similar like what people have done now with photoshop. Be has been able to set now that you can tell that's photoshop. You can see that but now this company is going to work with the some of these deepfake videos and see they can determine but again. The technology is getting so good but people have said. Well we don't have the expertise to do it ourselves. But we're beginning to see that changing as
Azure and .NET with Labrina Loving
"We're gonna be talking dot net and the cloud and a very aware as we've regarding the so we're recording this nineteen of november twenty twenty. Don't that five is not very long. It's been out for about a week or two week. Old week-old excellent. I mean the have been the they release candidates but this is like the official as he is here so i'm likely going to end because obviously because of the time cast pop machine whibley. We're recording this in advance of time. So there's likely going to be time. Tony said hey. So when dot net call superseded by don't at five so please bear that in mind everyone who's listening we're regarding this couple months ahead of time but So festival before we talk about anything right. You've set yourself you've been in this this whole this industry for for almost twenty years right to vote for me. I'm you know. That's that's i mean for anyone. That's a long time right. That's that's a whole bunch of innovation that has happened since then like twenty years ago with talking about dot net was like an intranet based technology for inside of the business and now it runs a huge portion of the web. You've got as you. all suppose azure. I'm not sure how. What the official brennan nell right or wrong way okay. So we've got as your as you that that whole thing. And that's that's running dot net presumably or you can ruin your dot net thing on it and and we've gone from like i say we've gone from small web services to scaled micro services and video games and consoles all running dot net. You can never internet on fridge which is just blows my mind. I've gotta got a bunch of raspberry pies somewhere around here that are controlling my bet soon. I just bought a house. So we're excited about you. Know making our whole house smart enabled so i'm excited to start using dot net korir on a bunch of raspberry pies and the you know controlling controlling how long my stepdaughter gets to use the internet. So it's gonna be fun. It's brilliant is one of these technologies the just scales almost everywhere. Are you talked about the raspberry. Pi oko another respite. Pi four hundreds pien inside of a keyboard Is one big folk kit. And i've been using that to do sorts of crazy don net things of the past weekend. I'm teaching roberta. Who's not a developer code with it so it was like. Hey come on what i do. And he's just just the keyboard and while he came over before they Before the unfortuna- say over in the uk. We've had like a lockdown so nobody can go anywhere and so he came over a few days before that and we couldn't get a moment times we staying here for the duration so by the time you're listening to this. Hopefully he's going home. I thought to keep me busy. Teach him to wrestle. Code is totally all right. That's that's fun but then so if we're looking at almost twenty years in the industry what a in your opinion. Some of these innovations that have really changed the game. I mean we talked about chaperone being collaborative bringing everyone together. Dot net clearly has changed a whole bunch of stuff. Is it purely a microsoft thing you thinking or is it just a his aesthetic. I think for me. I i love tech but i also love the people in tack and i think for me. What's with what i've loved. That's change is sort of how we work together. So i remember when i first started in tak started a working for this We built the first installation of of of this insurance company allstate s- Their first online web presence So we built their i kind of web application and bad took hundreds and hundreds of people and it was all these very very very siloed teams. Right there is a huge team of leg database administrators. I have no idea what they did. There is a huge infrastructure team. And i have no idea i i mean i got a chance to like talk to some of them. But there's a huge infrastructure team. There is a huge Devops will be call them the the bill guys but the cuge build than a team and there was all these teams That came together to build this amazing web application but we were all really really really siloed. I felt like and It was such a very everything was so very very very specialized whereas you flash forward today and I feel like the development team and You know infrastructure engineers and Site reliability engineers while there there's different fancy titles for everyone but that teams like shrunk significantly and and and you know we all work really really well together. it's not kind of this like staunchy kind of separation of people it's it's a much more collaborative team. We work much closer together Because i think the tools and technologies have evolved in such a way that everyone can kind of sort of work together much better. So i think that part's been super super exciting. And because of that we were able to get you know it's it's more satisfying you can see applications getting released. You know all the time. I mean you get huge. Companies like netflix. They're releasing features like every day. So it's really exciting to see the pace and end the change of how like software and how technology evolves and then. I also think Just be the the amount of information and of you know how to get Involved in tak It's come to a place where i'm excited that so many people like you're talking about your brother. You're literally decision whom how to code and so literally you know a cup. After lockdown he can apply at microsoft and get a job at burnside. Apply to microsoft. So i i love this. I love this. I love because of i came from. I originally from chicago came from you. Know modest modest family and a lot of people around me or modest living. And so i really loved that technology has started to become a equalizer providing a lot more people opportunities To be able to code be able to change and thereby getting great jobs and then they're thereby kind of really changing their lives so it's not. I love seeing really kind of technology for all encoding for all This whole push for that. That's what's really got me like super excited about this industry now.
E3 2021's Live Event Has Been Cancelled According to LA City Documents
"Eight three twenty. Twenty one's live event has been cancelled according to the la city documents. This is an interesting one. I'm pulling from adam. Bankers agian according to los angeles city documents e. Three twenty twenty. One fiscal event has officially been cancelled as spotted by a new report published by the board of los angeles convention and tourism development commission. States that the three twenty twenty one live event is cancelled and that the city is working with the production team on broadcast options at l. e. live slash. La convention center furthermore is working with the espn licenses for both twenty twenty. Two and twenty twenty three. This follows as confirmation that e three twenty twenty one would still be happening and that the would be transforming the e three experience for twenty twenty. One we can't confirm we are transforming the e three experience for twenty twenty one and we'll soon share exact details and how we're bringing the global video game community together. Tim this one comes off of about a month ago. Got a report from vga and they talked about how they had. They had reports of either working low form of e three take place across multiple days where they were gonna go digital And this is something that hasn't necessarily publicly talked about yet. They haven't publicly announced this. But now we're getting confirmation from the essay that it seems like e three at the very least will not be held physically at the convention center. Tim what is your take on this. I think this is one of those things. That's very surprising especially given where the world's at right now that we're not going to have a physical e three but i don't think the headline here's a little bit misleading. Where he threw twenty two hundred live. Event has been canceled canceled because it was ever announced. So it's just one of those things where it's like this is coming from the la city documents or whatever. I imagine that the plan going into this year was never for three to have. Its live component at l. Acc and. i'm sure this is all just like back in legal staff of they've had that spot every year for so long or at least most years so i'm sure that was part of their like first writers refusal type thing Do you guys want to take this or not. But that's it was always going to be. No because i imagine based on what we heard couple months ago. Esa's planning digital event. I very much think that is the case. That's what we will see here and talking about the quote here of their working with the production team broadcast options. Ellie live in l. c. c. Like that's that totally makes sense to me like even if it's a digital event they still need production facilities and they've always had production facilities at those different places that are within a block and a half radius each other so i'm not surprised by this at all. I honestly don't think it's a bad thing either like the world's not ready to go back to live conventions so why even worry about
"couple months ago" Discussed on WJR 760
"A couple months ago, I called you guys about my fireplace. I hope the lady that was just talking to you're still listening. I had gone to the hardware store and ask them who they were commended. And they gave me a name. I called you guys and my fireplace. Remember was inside her house between our bedroom and our family. And I read to you all that they were going to do. And you said it was a very fair price and very good. Well, I contractor with them. They came out. They spent about five hours chipping away and getting rid of all the bad stuff and actually noticed needs they once I put it down payment on And from what? I looked at my chest coming back. They did not cash it in my deposit or my final Jack until the work was done. Also, another important part was the cleanup. They have very, very nice job of cleaning up can't get my shadow as to what company was. You sure? Cameron. Okay, it's Jimmy Cricket is 1 to 6 Whole nine South Street or Detroit, Michigan. And your phone number's eight. Oh, no, no, no. That. Yeah, okay. I'm not going further, but no, No, that's good. You were talking about the night or just a second goal, and they left me a pamphlet they put in armor flex heavy duty. Flexible, lighter. As well. So good. I just I'd give you guys a shadow. And I like to tell people because, like Lady before, said she wasn't sure about the contractors that she had contacted. And I always go to somebody that I know has been in the business and those contractors are those people. That can be a lot of give me somebody to go to. And so I would have recommended this group. Okay. We greatly appreciate your following up with us. Hey, guys. Thank you. Thank you, Dave. Appreciate, you.
Interview With Jason Lau
"Who everyone welcome back to reimagine twenty twenty four. I'm roche mirage car from mouse and i'm one of your host for this event We are starting with our halloween themed for this event four events. And that's why. I'm dressed like this. I'm so excited to be joined here by jason loud. The coo at okay coin. Jason thank you so much for joining us today and let's start off just by asking you know. How has it been for you and your team just coping with the whole virtual situation The past couple months. Hey rush thanks for having me That's this is certainly been a challenge right a challenging year for for most of us and has been no different for our team. We were based here in san francisco. And i think the most interesting thing about this year for us has been that we've actually expanded our quite dramatically over the past six seven months. Despite the fact that we none of us have been in the office. Our office has been closed. And we've had Last i checked was thirty. New people join us over this this time so with thirty colleagues teammates that have never met anyone else on our team So we we we very quickly transition to doing everything online as most of you know everyone else is doing And you know that that's been fun and challenging at the same time. Yeah that's actually a cool little fact to start things off because a lot of let's say traditional companies are trying to down size or they're all they're already going virtual so glad to hear that you being one of the crypto companies in the space are are hiring and expanding. I'm a little more on. That front. looks like okay. Corn has been up to a lot of different things especially when it comes to licenses and regulations. I've seen a great push in the in the eastern market and even in asia What can you tell me about the importance for you. All of the asian market. And do you think that will that will continue to see more growth there or Do you think that the us 'cause you said you're in san francisco do that in the us. Some things will be will be yeah On that note we even just sort of on our licensing and compliance teams. We've we've added a lotta people specifically because we are sort of targeting this global approach to regulations and licenses and and the like So on your on your question. Around what our efforts have been And sort of what regions were looking at we are we're regulating here in the us We're also regulated in europe The the malta regulators. Over there we last year I might be getting my dates wrong. But i think yeah last year earlier this year we got our license in japan and so that that was a process that took almost two years to to accomplish so Big props to the team there as well as Working on our licensed today in singapore. So we've got a whole bunch of things going on And i think the important is that Licensing one it's obviously the the law right. We have to comply with what governments and regulators are are putting in mostly consumer protection. But you know putting in place to make sure that there's a building of trust in our in our space and to it permits us to access And sir bill that that Userbase with the with the backing of these regulators and permission right So so regulation is super important and then as we think about that. Broadly like i mentioned we do service users globally so not no. I don't want to say one region is more important than another But you know our heritage stems from originally founded in In beijing in two thousand thirteen and so we do have a very strong user base and brand recognition in asia will always remain a key. Focus point for us. We mentioned singapore mentioned japan. But all the parts of asia to hong kong southeast asia are areas that we we we certainly have have users and continue to grow that area
Dr. Fauci predicts "open season" for vaccinations in April
"April it will be open season for covert vaccinations in this country. A B C's Mark Millar joining us on the co Moh news line to explain what does that exactly mean? And what's it say about supplies? Mark? Yes. Oh, doctor catching on NBC's Today show this morning. Did that open season and basically what he said. That means is by we get by the time we get to into April and the end of April. We're going to start seeing the kind of vaccine supply that will allow us to get to these levels where virtually everyone can get vaccinated now, he said. Logistically, it may still take several months to complete. Vaccinations for that many people so we may still have Somewhat of a supply crunch compared to the demand, but I think what he was getting at there is right now we're in these tears and phases of who's eligible to get vaccines and what he's saying is, by the time we're getting into April in late April, we might be in the general public area of Virtually anyone is eligible to go get a vaccination. It's just a question of whether or not we have the millions of doses to supply for the potentially hundreds of millions of people who would be eligible and willing to get a vaccine at that point, So he says the case is really going to ramp up because we're gonna see the supply ramp up over the next couple months into April, and he said that he hopes The vast majority of Americans can be vaccinated by the time we get to mid end of summer. How many are being administered now? Mark so, the U. S is ramping up and has been ramping up the pace of vaccinations. And right now the U. S has now, according to Ah planning document from the Department of Health and Human Services, the U. S has now hit Seven day average for daily doses administered on that number is now 1,555,959 shots a day. So we have now hit that 1.5 million. A day shot total that President Biden had called for. Obviously, that puts us on a good track for us reaching that 100 million shots and his 1st 100 days, which some you know, had said was kind of a low goal, a low bar that it could have been higher, but we're making progress in that direction and shots are ramping up and that's good news. Dr Fauci have any cautions for people? Not when it came to that vaccines. Now he did say that they're watching the variance that have been coming around the UK Varian in particular is spreading quite rapidly here in the U. S. Though, he said mass are effective against it, as well as the vaccines that we currently have. Hey, also was asked about You know this. This lingering question about Can you if you get vaccinated? Can you go see your family? Are you safe to do that? And he said ultimately, yes, but the goal would be to have both parties vaccinated And the reason being is let's say your grandmother or you know, someone you know is vaccinated. Well, they could go and meet you. They could still get Kobe Ed. If you're not wearing masks, and you're not social distancing. They could still get cold it in their nasal cavity, essentially and from there potentially spread it to others, So the risk may not be so much. Them, but the ability for them to spread it So again. The goal here is to have both parties vaccinated. But that was kind of his parting piece of advice here. A PC's Mark Rommel or thank you, Mark. You bet. Thank you.
After Record Turnout, Republicans Are Trying to Make It Harder to Vote
"Louise Kelly, a record 158 million Americans voted last November. Many cast their ballots early and by mail well now, in the aftermath of President Biden's victory, some Republican state lawmakers are proposing bills that would effectively make it harder to vote. Here to talk us through what is happening with voting laws in three states where the 2020 election was really close our Stephen Fowler of Georgia Public Broadcasting, Abigail, since key of WK are in Lansing, Michigan. And been Giles of Cage's in Phoenix. Arizona. Welcome all three of you. Thanks. Thank you. Thank you for having us, Steven. I've got to start with you. Not only because George is my home state, but because there has, of course been so much focus on Georgia and on Trump's efforts to throw out Biden's victory there. What are GOP lawmakers they're discussing. Well this week, Many Republican lawmakers who pushed false claims of election fraud have signed on to a number of bills in the Senate aimed at making it harder to vote. And that's after Democrats flipped both U. S Senate seats and help defeat President Trump. They would do things like Ban absentee ballot. Dropbox is severely restrict who could request a mail in absentee ballot and would undo the so called motor voter law that automatically updates your voter registration. Whenever you go to the D. M V. Now there are a few proposals that seem most likely to be enacted. One would add some sort of security requirement when you request an absentee by male vote in the future, such as writing your driver's license I d number or sending in a photocopy of your I D when you request a ballot, All right, let's head west over to Arizona Been a zoo, you know Well, Biden's victory was razor thin there as it was in Georgia. What is the debate unfolding where you are? Well, we're seeing voting laws that would impact every step of the voting process. Starting with getting registered. One measure would make it more difficult for county officials to go out into the community and hold voter registration drives. There was even a bill to abolish the incredibly popular vote by mail system in Arizona. The sponsor backtracked off that idea within hours of introducing the bill. What other ideas include requiring people to get early ballot envelopes notarized that's been described by some as a poll tax, and another proposal says You could get an early ballot mailed to you, but you couldn't tell it back. They want you to hand deliver it to a polling place, and perhaps the most controversial ideas would directly impact the presidential election results. One plan would divvy up electoral college votes by congressional district like Maine and Nebraska. Another would actually let the Legislature straight up, revoke the certification of results and let lawmakers pick who gets the electoral college votes. Wow. Um, Abigail. How about Michigan Democrats control the executive branch, but Republicans control the Legislature. How does that dynamic play out in terms of what's happening with voting laws on the discussion over what to do with him in Michigan? Well, it's been a real split screen. We have Democrats and clerks who are pointing to this election as the safest and most secure of their careers. Bar. Bayram is one of the clerks from the larger counties and Michigan, and she called on Republicans this week to say what's been clear throat. All of these hearings that this election was fair and free of fraud. At the end of the day. If people do not want to believe this backed, they're not gonna believe it. Regardless of how many audits are performed. Reports are issue or how transparent the processes and in Michigan are. Democratic Secretary of State is saying she wants to do things like male absentee ballot applications to registered voters and federal elections. Republicans are countering with things like putting cameras on unstaffed ballot. Dropbox is neither of those are likely to get very far. But there is middle ground on issues like making sure there's common training for pole challengers on Stephen and been a quick quick reaction from each of you on that. How much of this in your state? It is. Real policy proposal. How much is for show? Well, Mary Louise after the last couple months of hand wringing over votes we've seen top Republican lawmakers in Georgia say that they're not going to do some of the more extreme proposals. They're not for cutting, no excuse absentee voting, and many of these bills are likely just to appease their constituents who say that more needs to be done. Why do Republicans in your states say changes like this are necessary, Given that there were no major issues with absentee voting in the 2020 election, Given that federal officials have confirmed it was the most secure election in American History. Stephen Bendy one. Do you want to take that one? Justification in Arizona is Pretty simply put as distrust, citing the misinformation that's out there and citing the fact that there are a lot of these Republicans constituents who say they have doubts whether or not those doubts are based on any valid information. Republicans have kind of push past that and just said the fact that there are doubt justifies continued discussions about the election. And changes to the law that they say might inspire some more confidence
Snubs and surprises from this year's Golden Globe nominations
"The globe. Nominations happened and boy. They'd seemed a mess. How do you feel hi. How are you feeling about words and being back. I guess i'm glad to have award season back though isn't it. We can discuss specific to these nominations. I feel a little bit like charlie brown with the football because every year we talk about make fun of the hollywood foreign press association. And let's be clear we're going to continue to make fun of them. They are traditionally. It's a small group of international journalists. Who do not have a lot of renown really know outside of the fact that they are in this mysterious priests small group of people. They really like celebrities or their definition of another other thing. We'll discuss and their star fuckers and they give nominations to people they want in a room rather than a merit or at least our interpretation of merit. It seems like to win an award. You just have to go to as many parties as possible and then think the association from the stage. We know that there are always bad. Choices always mysterious traces. We're always like what is going on. Who are these people. Why do we do this. But i would say even for the hollywood foreign press association and even for a film here had some challenges aka pandemic theaters being close and far fewer films released unusual. These are real embarrassing. And i woke up just being like. Are you serious. We have to do this again. Like come on yeah i. It's hard to know we've gone through looking glass or not some of these. I think we're fairly standard and expected in their plenty of movies that i'm sure we'll be talking about when we get to the oscar nominations in a couple months but there were a handful of nominations. What what. I will generously called the surprises. That just took my breath away. That i i think even in my wildest dreams i could not have imagined the fbi concocting so. Let's just talk about them because this award show is happening really soon. It's february twenty eight. It's gonna be hosted by. Amy poehler and tina fey. It's going to be on nbc. And so we're going to actually having awards season to cover for real for real. I think we have to start with the jared leto nomination for the little things. This is probably the single biggest. W t.f of this collection and it's funny because when we talked about the little things on the show last week i think we both walked away from the little things thinking. Jared leto is pretty entertaining in it. And maybe rising to the challenge of this camp script and that being said i. I never considered him. A worthy report surprised to see this nomination. I enjoyed watching him in the little things in the context of the little things which was not a film that worked at all and so at least someone was doing something you know and i was talking with friends about it. There's like a really a nice like vintage. This is bad feeling to the little things that i found pretty comforting. You know it's like it's not like someone just made a twitter thread into a movie on an iphone and like someone wrote a script and they tried to do this old ninety staying. And then jared leto is doing the weird villain and having too much fun with it. It's like i know what's happening here even if it's not working and and i'm glad to have it back. I do not know that it needed to rise to the level of golden globes ovation especially because the golden globes supporting category does not differentiate between drama and comedy in some of the comedy. Nominations things get wild. But that's because you're kind of you're filling it out there some extra slots. A lot of people didn't get nominated in supporting actor. Jared leto like weird joke of serial killer. I think he's right. Can we talk about that for a second. This is dangerous rabbit hole to go down. I have no idea. The truth is. I don't know i think you're meant to believe that he did. Not if you haven't seen this movie. Sorry for spoiling it for you. It's unspoiled in many ways because it has an ambiguous ending of sword. I- i- i- jared. Leto obviously is has won an academy award. He is a very famous person has been celebrated. He's also like kind of a joke. You know like. I really enjoy him as a performer. A famous person. But he's kind of a joke. I mean he's he so Has all of the pretensions. And absurdity of the method actor who sort of you know pulling pranks on his cast members by trying to get into character and so outside and so masking his beauty all the time with these ridiculous roles you know like in the little things that character has like a is is fat and walks with a limp and why it's just pure actually affect nation and the role is actually affectation and the asia was impressed by that or impressed. By the idea of having jared sit in on their award show. But jared. Leto is not tom hanks. For example someone who did not get knocked out.
"couple months ago" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Shal justice, police reform. You know, Trump has tried to tag him with this idea to funding the police job. I knew I wanted to fund the police. But I do think he having been Barack Obama's vice president, having you know his upbringing and whatnot. I do think he can speak authentically about Police reform fixing some of these tactics, money for training money for things like that. So again, you know all these things. They're like a quilt, right? You sort of have a wall, she position and police position and acclimate position. Um, taxes. I don't think Joe Biden would necessarily be that upset about raising tax little bit on the wealthy. That could be something he could work with. And you sort of stitched the cool together and everyone has to look at it and say Is that enough? Is he doing enough for me? I do think there are you know was again with some of the racial justice issues. That's a place where I think Biden can can't speak authentically and again, the polls show you know people are are a little fed up with the way things have been going with some of the policing tactics and stuff, So I think there has been a slight change of mood on that. And that's a place where Biden could go while meanwhile, Trump is kind of doubling down on you, no standing Standing with the police that gives that conspiring a little bit of Elaine to talk to some of these folks in the more progressive wing of this party and say I'm hearing you. We have to fix this. Thanks to this great good having you on with us anytime. Rose. Bloomberg News Washington Bureau chief Craig Gordon, and that's what's happening in the nation's capital. I'm Nathan Hager. John. Alright, thanks, Nathan Nathan Hager, host of Bloomberg Daybreak in R. Bloomberg 99 1 newsroom in Washington. That does it for this edition of Bloomberg Daybreak weekend. Join us again Monday morning at five AM Wall Street time for the latest on markets overseas and the news you need to start your day. I'm John Tucker and busy. The following is a message today of Bloomberg dot com. Bloomberg Business APP and a Bloomberg Quick Take This is Bloomberg Radio Noah Global News Update. Koven. 19. Money New FORECAST. MAN Cates, Democrats in the White House have wrapped up talks for the day on a new Corona virus relief package. Correspondent Lawrence Boxes on Capitol Hill. Republicans aren't even all on the same page. The White House's negotiating directly with Democrats you know who's not in the room is Majority leader Mitch McConnell and Senate Republicans. Republicans. They are still deeply divided over how to address this crisis, with many fiscal Republicans arguing they don't even think it's time for another stimulus deal at all. They're arguing that there's still unspent money. A grim forecast about Coben, 19 has been released. The Centers for Disease Control is predicting that three weeks from now on the additional 20,000 Americans will have died from Corona virus. Ringing the overall total to more than 173,000. Not only our states that didn't have a lot of cases a couple months ago, clamping down so to places like Illinois hot spot again, and if things don't change a reversal is where we're headed. That's Governor J. B. Pritzker. The South is being hardest hit with Florida, marking four days straight. Of record deaths. MOB Costantini Washington The number of confirmed Corona virus cases in the U. S has topped 4.6 million and the.
"couple months ago" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Or a couple months ago and it was beautiful I remember talking all about how pretty it looked on the outside and inside this one seems to match it in terms of awesomeness beautiful beautiful bathrooms beautiful bedrooms I mean everything about it is just super nice and it's a great neighborhood up there too her love sorry about his injury yeah and it would curb appeal big you know deck off the back you know it's kind of overlook the back area just pretty everywhere around lots of details and just little just little things that make it really stand out like the would you call that style of framing on the walls in that front entryway and is that they have a certain nineteen the picture how to one second as you walk in and up the stairs on the left side is a lot of wall space so they framed it out with just like a simple trim but there's a wind scale now it's like bagels on the big league squares big maybe like picture frame like for me I don't know the picture in front of me sorry yeah no you're fine it's just so it's it's interesting it's it's the way that they did it's it's a really tall for your rights so it's not this they framed in sections using molded I got I got yeah like yeah I like kinda like picture molding is what I would call promoting okay yeah yeah yes I think it's a big square rectangle almost you could put a picture in between the middle of it it just helps break up a big wall right you know but this is cool details like this is one example of little details throughout the home that really make it stand out exactly I agree does actually yeah bells and whistles and just you know the extra light touches you know it's not planned event at Lafayette now has a lot of like to it the lecture pop in some of the crown molding things like that yeah yeah great home this is a pretty one and you get to live on C. R. sprays lane that just sounds not fighting at all it is self if you want to check out the pictures and information about this home.
"couple months ago" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"For a couple months ago and Heidi's in the studio with us and just went through what that was like in the moment posted like this to the city of LA compared to like property owners and you get hurt on somebody's property and she's been told it because she didn't sign some sort of a paper not long after she was attacked in this is months ago but she may be a lock and you want to come back on the show we said sure because the city of LA should be responsible what happened you they're responsible for a vagrant like that thing on the streets there were there were there were this this doesn't happen now do you have expenses associated with this because I see you're talking on a go fund me yeah I have I have to go to the doctor and my my my hip and my back when he threw for me in my car I mean I'm it's it's bad it's like I can't even link walk sometimes in the morning sold as so I'd like to go get like an X. ray that's right you have even had it checked out now I can't I can't afford it are you don't have health insurance now well I have Medicare now Medicare but that's been my helper I don't know that's what somebody it's worth a shot you know it's trying to figure out who to sue because you're standing right on on the street right and you know oftentimes US cities are indemnified it is hard to Sioux city for not protecting you right because things just randomly happened but here they created the situation where they've allowed obviously Rangers person is this guy have a record I mean he I think dole was looking into it so I'm not sure yeah be dead but whose council district is this do you know where this happened I don't know I don't it's not your council district I don't think so because it is Hollywood right yeah yeah I I I I thought that might be David rule because that's usually who but I'd have to look it up then she is she does have a job she is working she just doesn't have health insurance so if you can at are you going to make a go fund me page you have already that I just did a podcast last week and there was a couple a few people that I called called an **** so I made one M. bears though I'm but I you know I mean if you ask for this this did during your normal life but you know it people are are basing the generous and everyone is very sympathetic and in rage dumb people very touched by your so right tell tell us how we can find your your go fund me page I think it says it's my name on it and it says homeless man attack okay type in Heidi then tax yeah so that's her it's two words last name van vis A. N. and tassel capital T. A. S. S. E. L. L. yes yeah and yeah so what what what if you have you talked to getting a real lawyer actually yeah you really do need to survive deserts and we're searching I have a friend named as Susan called Collins who is going to be running for city council and she's amazing yes she's been really working like four try trying to find a lawyer so what we need we need representatives were gonna help normal people yeah and we we don't have a single one of the city right now yep it's so crazy what what mentally but to the studio so I found your page yeah right yeah I just type your name in to go find me a seven or fifty five dollars raised yeah on the meds mazing all right so what but mentally you know I wouldn't have been able to do this interview a month couple months afterwards so it's taken me this long to be able to not cry when I talk talk about it because it you know right yeah are you getting some therapy for it yeah yeah yeah yeah when I'm Dr drew show and he gave me a number to call in so I've got that so that's good yeah I mean you got a she got let it fade away somehow right now to have not have it define your wife yet at least have a sense of humor and I can laugh of wealth but now you do comedy yeah I read that somewhere yeah yeah yeah well yeah I used to well this is a route so how is this special rights right leg do you do a half hour on this problem do you I mean your family how did they react to all this they're in Wisconsin and I didn't call them for two days because I know they would've freaked yeah so when I went home I just you know I spent three weeks home because I just couldn't I wanted to be around my mom and dad in them yeah if they tell you before you moved out here don't go to Hollywood it's filled the crazy people of course yeah right so we found that it's a go fund me dot com you just put in Heidi's name it's Heidi H. E. I D. I a and then van and be a N. and then tassel T. A. S. S. E. L. L. yeah I just put that in the search and goes right to your page and it says you're looking for eight thousand dollars have seven fifty five race so far just put this up a couple days ago yeah and I'm I would contact a real attorney to see will put a link on our web page okay yeah will put a link on the web page at to publicize this and and definitely AG if you get an attorney and if there's any attorneys want to help out yes yeah contact us for the email email and then rail forward the information to you okay all right because someone there's just no way you should be now I'm mad I yeah I know Kerr said he should have called you would apologize especially yes you should have one on my way here I'm like it's like it's Calcutta since nine I know you know a lot of our listeners are good you saying this because they live in other parts of southern California Orange County Inland Empire yeah you're you're talking about they don't really know how bad it is because they will go there no it's it's it's horrible area around Hollywood day means like Skid Row Dayton and and yeah and today you know then this is is like this too and today they're cleaning of Venice because the Democrats and eight is in town yeah all Britain is a rally coming in very Sanders is having a rally in Venice so they wanted to clean up areas that had been a file for years really yes we just got photos from one of our reporters and your Mollen back and now it's absolutely spotless they put everything everybody I think all the possessions to a place where you can find them if you want to claim them really yeah I'm storage yard yeah everything's gone asus in the dirty mattresses they picked up on my god just looked at some photos so anyway why do you stay in touch yes you guys might any other help call us okay thank you all right yeah hi even tassel gonna go fund me type in your name hi Eddie van tassel vis A. N. T. A. S. S. E. L. L. in your car we're gonna put this up on the website the link to directly enter any and and and center some money center some Christmas money so get some help as the city of LA is not helping yeah this is this is Garcetti's LA here merry Christmas Johnny can KFI Layla Mohammed has the news investigators in Long Beach have tracked down the place where a minor got alcohol before do you I crash that killed a family of three two parents and their three year old were trick or treating when twenty year old Carla Navarro's car allegedly jumped the curb Long Beach PD that run to try to reset the alcohol came from a clerk at a nearby store she provided alcohol to the suspect that night he then drove off and ended up killing those three victims the clerks been arrested Navarro's pleaded not guilty well placed sources tell me Navarro frequently got alcohol from the store and on the day of the crash didn't even have any money but sources say the store gave the minor a bottle of booze anyway in Long Beach Corbin Carson KFI news news brought to you by cutting dental group city flags in LA will fly at half staff January seventh in honor of former LAPD first assistant chief Earl paysinger during the announcement today our city called pacing are strong humble selfless leader will always put young people and the community first facing a retired in two thousand sixteen after serving on the force for forty one years he died Monday from cancer at sixty four years old a report from the LA county district attorney's office has found no animal cruelty at Santa Anita Park a task force was looking into dozens of horse deaths at the track he does Kathy Gilly are most says the industry is still too dangerous it is good to see the DA agree with what we have said for the last ten years that the way these horses are treated is not acceptable and changes have to happen forty nine horses died at Santa Anita Park in the last race in here president trump has been criticized over common he made during a rally in Michigan about congressman John Dingell who died earlier this year trump told the crowd last night the Dingles wife congresswoman Debbie Dingell thanked him for the eight plus treatment after her husband's death saying that if her husband were looking down he would be thrilled trump followed with this that's okay don't worry about it babies look it up by Republican.
"couple months ago" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon
"My god. Okay. Late silver, the people that don't know what bitcon is. It is essentially the internet in real life for three days, a bunch of YouTube personalities and bloggers in people that have anything to do with making videos, come in congregate in a Hilton hyme California, and it's very weird. It's the weirdest microcosm of reality. And in this, you met someone that you didn't know before. Right. Just online. Are you didn't know mill? I just didn't know him at all. And you connected IRL I our own. Oh my God. Yeah. Okay. And so you can what we in food, or something, or were you wanna panel? Oh, it was at, like one of those after parties things. Okay. Yeah. So you started getting, and then you exchanged handles. Yes. Nine twenty nineteen. And then you just kept in touch now every now and then it's like inner minute flirting. Yeah. But also, he has a girlfriend so it stopped like a couple months ago. So, okay. So my advice is to talk to him, so that doesn't happen. So did he had a girlfriend advocacy and, or no? Oh, he got it after. Yeah. Okay. So your advice is to talk to him, so that this person doesn't get a girlfriend. Okay, because you already have a connection, you know, in that's the thing like how, how much is this job worth it? I'm not saying quit your job. But I am not saying this guy. Right. Yeah. Because if you can't stop thinking about it, you know, it's so weird is the other day I was talking to my friend, about this other guy that I met at a party in his never ever happened is still friend of mine. But I we were talking about how much he had impacted me on that one day I met him at a friend's party and instantly, I texted, my friend, like I just met someone that I've never felt this way about I I was was like. like I said like he's not this is like verbatim. I said he's not drop dead. But I laughed at everything he said, stop thinking about him in like the next morning. I woke up and I was like this guy's different than every other guy in my life. I've never instantly been like that is someone that I am so fascinated by. Wow. Tissues are on the corden love story. Well what a concept. So I'm like, if she has a very similar situation with this guy. Like you have to say something. Yeah, for sure. And if she says they've been communicating on Facebook of how their companies could benefit from each other. Like why don't this is probably bad. But you could put it under the guise of collaboration. I mean, there's so many times, where I have reached out to be like, let's co lab. Will either be friends or ask me out. Okay. I've done that so many times. Like, yeah. Like I really respect your stuff appreciate your stuff, like let's collaborate. I appreciate you. And that's not a lie. Yeah. It's not it's not a bad thing. It's technically you're still working, your just also working double time you're doing to that one. Purpose Schiff you know. So I think if you're company could work together work together go on some lunch dates or that niece wall salad niece will. Say what is that? It's the weirdest salad when you think about it. It's like tuna in a hardboiled egg in like one olive. Okay. That sounds good. But like niece walk anyway, anyway, I think talked to him and work with them. Yes. And if it doesn't work out, then is your job, will the exactly there, you always win? And you can always win. Yeah, you can have both at the same time. Issue is if they worked together and it doesn't work out, and she runs into him. She would die. But here's the thing I feel like. I'm only speaking from my own experience. But, like, that's how we do if you meet someone and then it doesn't work out. I wouldn't feel bad about it. Yeah. You know, because you tried it. Yeah. It's now. Not. What if? Yeah. Feeling worse. I feel like you feel like you would die because of how you're feeling right now few like actually met up with him and realize it didn't work. You wouldn't feel that way. Yeah. You have answers, you have a solution, just like Schrodinger is catch shooting box when you don't really know if he's dead or alive until you open the right. Yeah..
"couple months ago" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Couple months ago and in the photo, it's really weird. But there's orbs all around Brittany. And they're like giant. Well, yeah, it's it's really it's really really interesting. And it you know, that was an she just so happened to put that photo and a car that I gave Britney I wanna see on mother's day not this last mother's day. But the year before that I signed from Boone. Wow. Up Renton it and she had it and she accidentally put that photo card, and it was just very very very interesting at that last night at my grandmother's house and all of a sudden her dining room light started to liquor quit ten minutes. Go loon. Yeah. Out of nowhere in which the light off turn it back on it. We're just fine. So it wasn't lightbulb. Yeah. And you know, it's like we've we've asked penny. You know, like that's a small Brown dog their best friends. She's very sad. Yes. She's very sad. She's very different now. But the one thing that's interesting is we asked her all the time. Hey, g c Boone and she'll literally get up and walk over to an area, and like Shiels, you know, look up as if he's looking up at a person. Yeah. It seven or eight. He tells always the same auditor outside or inside. I doesn't matter. Just always full. Yeah. And then, you know, and she'll wag her tail and be happy and just stare as if she's looking directly like as if she sees energy. Yeah. That's where any of the skeptic's has put it that way last night when the lights liquor. She went into the dining room staring into that room up at the same. The. You know? And then the other thing is, you know, every time I'm out driving. It's like as if he programmed radio station to talk me is every single song comes on as literally something like a by love you. And I want this. And you know, like, you're always going to be there for you. And yet, you know, like long gist of those lines. I get every time. I get my car. Mike always sends Hello from the other side by nil. Yeah. That's so funny. I always get or now two times I've had star way to heaven. And then I'll be watching you. The. Oh my God. Really? Absolutely. But I think what we've been doing. L started eighty were in the works. Yes. And not on starting to begin blog. Good ending. It's just a starting point a stepping stone to something else. But are we would love to do your barn are arrest? You farm. Okay. Folks as anybody out there, you might wanna talk to them and see if you wanna get together to help do a rescue on you got folks with a heavenly being guiding them awfully thank you. Now, you doing this vacant blog, you what's the name it or are you going to name it later or eight minutes. Yeah. We named it right now. We're just going to finish up Albans way. Yes. Okay. So be looking on the internet folks, Bruhns way vegan is this going to be for people and pets or yes, it's gonna be it's gonna be people cuts lifestyle. You know, fun and friendly vegan blots out there. Kind of you know, very like strict and judgmental something. Yeah. That's why. I don't. That's why I don't do it completely. It's like, yeah. Might be toes Boone's way. And it's about the okay. Boone's way dot com. Yes. Yet. But we've been working on it. And I just I feel like we have have such a gift and need to unwind down. I don't it just been funny. It's like both both Brittany. And I have been a lot more open to all the signs, and you know, and. Yeah, going now now we're going to church, you know, like, but, you know, more so than anything, you know, I've been a lot more I guess more calm in my daily activities. You know, like more. Lightheaded or cool-headed? I guess you could say, you know, Britney angry driving not as Ingrid driving love our patients. But you know, I've been more in touch with trying to being able to Munich eight with food and with that comes. It's very reciprocated. I'm getting a lot of of communication back from him, which has been great. Yeah. And you know, it's nice. It's funny to the thing is I feel like boom communicates with me a lot to then really the message back brainy because Bruni, you know, still it's still very raw for her. So are it's hard to be open to things like that. When you're you can be open to it. But it doesn't mean you're you can receive it because your energy base when Mike died, I was so rawal, my energy base wasn't receptive. 'cause it was still responding to the loss of his earth suit. Yes. So it's not that she's not receptive to it is just her earth vibrate. Can't hold a higher vibration because it still in the grieving stages is so strong, and so raw, and that's what makes it her less. Receptive doesn't make her less able to do it. It just means at this stage. For energy doesn't mesh as well with a higher frequency because of the pain. She still humanly feeling which is right and natural the Brandon's very, I guess spiritual already. But here he has since you know, he's had that the I've I know I've always like been very, I guess like intuitive. I guess you could say brought it to the forefront moons. Brought it to the forefront. I just ignored it for a long time. And. Yeah. Now now, it's back and yes. And the thing that's most interesting is, you know, it's like, I know that Brittany right now, you know, she's still going through a law in San with me. But I know that we're logical a lot of things. And I know that knows that too. So I think about your training you were brought up in the middle of the being bombed in the Warfield to not flinch you need to stay focused in during the middle of the worst. And Joe it allowed us your training to. Yeah. Now for sure, you know, so it's it's just been really nice. You know, so it's like every little sign every little thing. You know? It's like, I don't wanna try to interpret it. I don't want to try to question it, you know, instead of asking why all the time, it's more. So like, how can I do what you're you know, with the sun? So that that's what's been the most interesting thing is turning the wise into the how do you want me to do this now, whereas guide slip show me the way Tiebile, and it's been interesting. It really has because they Britain. I've been making a lot of choices that we usually sit for days and contemplate on. And now it's more of just like oil. It's just go do this. Every day. Just not that way. Sense. I we don't do that very, I guess, I guess the fires bin Laden on our rear Seda together. Doing our our bones way. Just go just go and do it and get it done with half face that. It'll if you're supposed to do it it'll go, and if it's not the he'll stop you. And you know with interesting that it's opens fairly easy things have just been coming to us. Yeah. And which is odd because that's call in the flow. Yeah. It's been easy. When wanna do it's there can do it? I don't know how to explain it. But it's just been feels meant to be as right now, you're allowing it and you're listening, and you're not worried about how it's going to turn out mccosh if it's not supposed to turn out, you know, that you will be turned around. And if it is supposed to turn out, you know, you'll be pushed from behind. Absolutely. Yeah. Just it's been really a it's definitely life changing experience. That's for sure. You know, it's like we we as humans were very selfish because we want, you know, again, you know, that oh we want his earth suit. We want him here, you know, in front of us. So we can feel in touch and play with and Bernie can hug onto. But at the same time him not being here. I feel like he's able to do more. You know that him being here physically. That's the thing that I'm always trying to get across Brittany. You know, like he's able to do more for us than anything. So you know, it's like him being able to be here during a harvest time. And then to transition to be with us now in our most what's supposed to be our most Trump and times like channel. And move forward and achieve these goals and to do better things in life. It's like he's I know to my core that he's he's able to do more for their. He was only two years. Yeah. He's only two years. Nine months old. You know? Well, when heavenly being comes down, they don't need long to change your life and affect the rest of your life. And when they're present comes in. They just come in check in let you know. Hey, I'm here for you. I'm going to be here for you for the rest of your lives. Now, I've done what I'm supposed to. Okay. I'm out of here. And now let's get on with what you came to do on earth to do. Yeah. It's looking into those eyes. There's waiting explain it. Let's you've actually experienced it. That's true. Being I think people are just gonna say he loved your. Because I'm sitting here looking into a picture of Mike size. And I still get that same forever feeling. Yeah. Exactly. It just it permeates every particle of your being so weird. It's there is such a pure nece. And there is such a pure, and such a, you know, like, I guess innocence too. But the leader. Yeah, you know, when you look in their eyes, you see it's not I want a milk bone is. So if you were going to sell up everything about having had a heavenly being would you was it worth the entire events the good the bad and the ugly? And do you think it will forever change you? And what would you say to anybody out there doubting? It's real but to answer loss question is definitely real. I mean coming from a person who was very, I guess, you could say NAS tick and way, a realized with Boone and how clear as day these signs are it's not necessarily like a looking for them. They just showed up and then. Yeah, question it that another one would show up, you know. So it's like it made me realize that I was kinda living my life backwards in a way. Hugh's, and it completely changed my views to this whole thing room. Just like, okay. I'm clearly looking at things wrong Buna showed me right way. And it's I guess the best way to describe it as you know. It's like you look thinks question. Them. He questioned the why instead of just being free flowing and going with it like most people faith are they gonna go things livid wonderful nice enrich lives. You know? It's like that's one of the things that were missing. And so he showed us that in a it clear as day. And so I mean, if if that doesn't make you wake up. Yeah. Way inspire. You exactly then you're just blind. You know? And I I think it's feeling happiness that I don't. Healing leash fairly clearly. In not realizing it's where he was gone. You know, how much I mean, I knew what I had. No. I mean, I guess they didn't know fully to set of the hat, and you know, it's like if.
"couple months ago" Discussed on Angela Yee's Lip Service
"So they were doing this shit's to down to a couple months ago that suffocating data. That's interesting 'cause you do a lot in this business. Any kind is good. Sometimes like, you learn those things early on make it, and then you really find out who you are. Okay. To shoot. I mean, we got a forty one year old little Duval making number. What you know what? I mean think. No. I think it's dope that you are able to get it out the way like when he was younger. Now you. I could have been like man fuck. Music from do stuff too. Because I know I know that I can do. Right. So when I got them things you got though. Russia. You may Jeffers porn when you were twenty one years all your birthday. Yes. Twenty reagan. Reagan. Uber. Decide that was like the route for you. I was dancing as working at a club in Virginia. And I don't know. It was just I was twenty thousand my twenties. Like, I was just having fun. And I don't know it just felt like it was kind of like the next step. And I was watching a lot of I wasn't really watching it as like getting bogged down. I was watching this. So yeah, I plan my move I moved out to LA, and then it was just off to the racist from there. What was it like if I ever porn? It was exciting. It was just it was fun, but we'll nerves. No, I wasn't nervous. But it's weird is now I do get nervous. No that necessarily for video no didn't bother me. I wasn't nervous about that. But now, I do get nervous. But that's because I've been the industry twelve and a half years now. So and I realized I'm shooting consistently still about six to eight times a month. But now, I get nervous like, oh, gosh, you know, make sure I open up and stretch out enough. And you know, you're making a product in a multi-million dollar industry for people to purchase, you know, and watch they're getting off on it and stuff. So that's I think of so many other things that I was wasn't thinking of when I was twenty one because you are innocent when you came in here say, yeah, let's yeah. Yeah. This for like, you know, you get in like, you know, sometimes I get on the boards and like outshot with the members and stuff, and like, you know, people are mean man, like sometimes the internet's dark cruel place. Hell, yeah. You know? They'll say like just awful stuff. You know? So it's kind of like. Yeah. This feet role. How about people being like obsessed with you have you had issues with that? I've had some total creepers. But I feel like, you know, that's kind of why I live my personal life the way I do like nobody there's a handful of people that know where I live, and I live in a really safe community and just real low key. Like, you know, I'm thirty three. I kind of like you like I've lived a wild and crazy life. And now it's kind of like if I've a weekend off, I'm like, I want to be at home with my friend. She like doing laundry watching shark tank. What about neighbors as anybody said? Like, oh, hey, one of my neighbors. I'm pretty sure he knows who I am. Because he's always. He's just really nice. Is it At all all. like? Like, do you need me to like? Rake your yard do all this stuff. Got a piece that deliver you. Car. No go away. All right. What you guys have you buddy way to find you, Michelle. So they could see some of your videos some of that puts it. Yeah. Twitter at Rechelle, Ryan R, I C H E L L E and that Ryan. Instagram, only Rochelle Ryan. And all of my accounts are verified. So I just wanna tell people to.
"couple months ago" Discussed on Fake the Nation
"I was in TV show on adult swim. You can check out. It's the episodes are available for free. It's called Joe para talks with you, and it just came out a couple months ago. Watch that. Are you on the social media's I, it's really a letdown. You're not gonna get much out of it. All right. You guys know where to find him to be actually on. Wait, we don't tell me next Thursday. So next weekend I'll be on that episode. If you're in Chicago, come out and see us gonna be in Salt Lake City on September twelfth for a live interview situation with their local public radio. It'll be really fun. So if you're in Salt Lake City on September twelfth, I would love to see you in the audience and you know, I'm I'm out and about in the world. There will be more dates and stuff coming up. Maybe something in a particular New York, comedy festival that we all know and love. Maybe other things. I don't know. We'll see what happens. I'm teasing, but would I would really like to do is I want to think of wonderful people behind the scenes here at Vic the nation. That's our producers, John Palmer, enor- Richie and are talented studio engineer, Jared O'Connell thank you to Gabrielle Jrue theme music and lily fleshler who helps with research. Remember that we love hearing from you. You can leave a avoid male, three, four, seven, seven, seven, zero four, nine, eight. One tropics align calms the nation dot com because you guys know that I love hearing your voices. I love hearing your recommendations for guests and topics and just like retorts whatever it is you wanna tell me I love hearing about it. So please give us a call relief or send us an Email if you like, what you hear, please do leave us a review on apple podcast is it helps more people find this show. It literally does. It's like a thing with their algorithm and the system and the computers. Thank you. Guys are listening and and I'll talk at you next week, goodbye. Packed is a planet conscious
"couple months ago" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"A local murder from a couple months. Ago, well as long as we're keeping it local when, stuff four dentists for local dentists for Los, Angeles dentists Were arrested and booked for sexual assault in, last Vegas this is what occurred four California dentists are facing charges for allegedly sexually assaulting a woman inside a Las Vegas hotel room the woman told police had happened at the Wynn hotel and casino this past weekend. The, woman says she met a man at a hotel, bar went up to his suite for more drinks Four dentists from southern California were arrested Amanda I'm sorry that's wrong caption for a picture that I'm not using the woman says, she met a man at a hotel bar. Went up to his suite for more drinks that's when the. Man allegedly tried to pull, off her pants another man who was naked walked out of a bedroom and according to. The woman forced her to perform oral sex the woman, says during her struggle with the two men. Two more naked men came from a room she says she was forced to, perform, a sex act and. Was sexually assaulted oh there's a cough button the four men are now facing, charges of sexual assault and, first degree kidnapping, which is what that is if you force. That's what are the charges that OJ had if you walk into a hotel room and you, hold somebody, against their will for ten. Seconds that's kidnapping any who the suspects have I. Have been identified and their names right here the men were, booked, and then release Las Vegas review journal says all, for men are licensed dentists in southern California according to devil board of. California records and according to yelp as well and so, there Their names are public record. You can look up I just have been a radio for. Too long they're the four, the four guys and they're they're mugshots are there on channel seven's website Ali buddy bay. Pariah at lot some on a lot and seena at, a LA the Ettelaat brothers see Ettelaat they're. Not triplets but three brothers who are dentists and they have a practice and, it's, here in Los Angeles. By and large they get.
"couple months ago" Discussed on Liftoff
"Talked to a couple months ago you mentioned issues with that drill as well there's a bunch of different motors in both the drill and the sample handling mechanism on the end of the robotic arm and the drill has had two problems one earlier in the mission was something called the percussion mechanism that's the thing that that bangs the drill and kind of pounds the drill into the rock to help create the powder as the drill is turning the other problem has been with something called the feed mechanism and so the way that the drill is supposed to work is that curiosity uses its arm to press down on the surface with two prongs one on each side of the drill and then once it's preloaded the arm it's put pressure down on those prongs than this feed mechanism this motor advances the drill without the arm doing any movement and pushes the drill into the rock as it's rotating as there's percussion going on and what happened was that that feedback unisom failed it's not really clear what happened but the the strongest hypothesis seems to be that there's some moose matter inside the gearbox or maybe some gear has gotten out of alignment in deep inside the gearbox and so it's sorta works but it stalls a lot and after a lot of testing they basically decided that the feed mechanism wasn't reliable anymore and so they manage to get the drill advanced out all the way and they're going to leave it there but then now they have to drill without being able to press those against the rock so instead of drilling the way they used to they're doing something called feed extended drilling where they're they pressed the drill against the rock and then they use arm pressure to drive the drill into the rock and i don't know if you've ever used an electric drill or something and you're gonna awkward position where you couldn't brace it with your other hand you know how it kind of hard to control kind of chatters around that's kind of what happened if you look at curiosity's i drill hole drilled that what you can see that the drill bit walks around on the surface a little bit before it begins to bite and then once it does start biting it does manage to progress into the rock and so recently they were able to have their first successful drill for the first time and i think more than five hundred sol's it's been a long time but they successfully got drilled material without the feed they also can't move sample into the instruments the way they used to instead now they have to actually hold the drill over the sample doors and in basically run the drill backwards a little bit to drop some sample into the into the instruments but it worked and so they're back in business it's definitely not the way they liked to be drilling but at least they got the drill back and we're in a lengthy extended mission so any science that we're getting right now as bonus so you mentioned the extended mission we've had rovers in the past that have lasted way beyond the initial rating sometimes i wonder if the the initial ratings are sandbagged a little bit but you know you've got the example of spirit and opportunity both completely blowing past there i think ninety day window what does the future hold for curiosity how long can it hold out and provide science in roam around on mars well curiosity the very thing that's keeping it happy during the storm is going to be what kills it in the long longterm if nothing else does so it's nuclear powered it has a pile of radioactive plutonium that is decaying and decaying radioactive material throws off heat in fact at throws off two thousand watts of heat which is a lot the radioisotope thermoelectric generator is not a very efficient technology so it only turns about one hundred ten watts of that into electrically but curiosity does take advantage of some of the waste heat in order to keep the rover warm and thereby saves electric city on heaters the thing is that it's a you know it's just it's not ever going to get any more plutonium and as a decays there's less plutonium and so over time the power output of a generator like that slowly decays also the thermal couples get less efficient over time they deteriorate as well and so within fourteen years.
"couple months ago" Discussed on This Is Only A Test
"Yeah we had her on the show a couple months ago yeah is check that out you haven't thinks chip in an errant jonathan wordsley hell play scottish shita chris l'herbe bob lackey brian brian warner gerard liby tj becker robert burns charles beverage ricardo marilo eric mullah's raymond stanic channels salek milk no not oh nailed it and you want to become one of our patrons go do uh and here v what's your your name lead you and i come forward slash creature geek now bill where can they find you online absolutely everything we do is over punished props dot com we do a weekly tutorial videos on proper costs making i've been filming a bunch of those while i'm here in la reserve on our youtube channel slicker punish props you'll find us over the clearly you on twitter adding i had prepared at chin beard yep what are you are wondering what are you on instagram or you beard or you punish prompts on i am no i'm jim beer jin beard and that i am those toyota branding master buddy so this is you don't have a punish props instagram it's your nods as orchid i think i file you i think a deal bryanston graham game is weak so wait hey uh real quick so people been asking a spot make him thing or g shirts for my company by companies called fingers eefje oh we just made these yeah yeah says a safety never takes a vacation.
"couple months ago" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"That is playing in theaters two nights thursday again if you're listening on post day the twenty nine th of june i saw this movie in la a couple months ago at a screening it's a film about the unsung heroes of rock the hired guns of rock the guys who are out there not getting the glory not making a lot of money but of played and contributed to some of the biggest songsan bands and records that you have and we have so it's a really cool film it's playing only one night in theaters and again if you're listening on post day that's happening tonight and either i'm i don't you know there's this is no advertising thing or no marketing thing or anything like that i'm just telling you this because i really think it's a cool film and i really think that you guys would absolutely love seeing this anybody in my audience i think would really enjoy this movie so that's why i wanted to recommended again it's called hired gun think if you get the website is hired gun the film hi gun the film or hired gun the movie and if you go there you can find out if there's a theater near you that screening the movie tonight and then i'm sure it's going to be on on dvd or whatever and mike i don't know week month or on the streaming services or what have you but it would be called asean theater so check it out excuse me check it out if you are so inclined also.
"couple months ago" Discussed on Security Now
"Uh okay so earlier this year it was in april actually couple months ago we talked about the serious problem with printers that in this case was h p printers that are widely distributed around the globe and had some unknown vulnerabilities that hp was fixing in a firm where update there was no information no additional background about that uh but after h ps detail lacking april security bulletin some guys adt the security firm tenable decided to take a closer look under the hood of hp printers so they purchased a pair of hp officejet pro eighty two tense on ed they bought two so that they could leave one without updated firm wear and then update the firm where the other one and then do some comparison or turns out that it get this in the printers auto updating of the firm where was disabled by default so immediately that suggests that most users of each ps printers that i've been known vulnerabull since april and now we have a complete disclosure um in this as a result of this research on will not automatically receive fixes for the problems that have been found will have a take away for the listeners of this podcast in a moment but i ha i took a screen shot from tenable reporting showing that the firm where in one of these printers was dated on april twenty eight th of 2016 so a year old and also showing down to the bottom do not check for updates is the default.
"couple months ago" Discussed on Security Now
"Not just fine okay we talked a couple months ago about the forthcoming own took own competition and mentioned that it would be the tenth anniversary and will be offering higher per up higher bigger prizes more money than ever before so as an as they do every year the competition order was decided by random drawing in this contest room on the first of the three days of competition this year's event featured eleven teams of contestants targeting products across four different categories thirty different hacking attempts in total each can each contest and was given three attempts with then there are a lot of time to demonstrate their exploit him boy if if anything ever heard shows but through well is por also deal word horse knows support is right yeah a ross that he that hit the but true por all city of security it's the pole go on competition and and but but a upend mistakes did the everything was just through like a hot knife through butter their three sixty security team used a jay peg two thousand which of course is an image format he put over flow in a doby reader i keep over floated doby reader a windows colonel in the fold leake a remote code execution threw an on an on a mission lies buffer in the windows colonel that is all three in conjunction to take down a doby reader in the process they earned sixty thousand dollars and six points towards the master of poland award for the entire three day competition.
"couple months ago" Discussed on Security Now
"Not just fine okay we talked a couple months ago about the forthcoming own took own competition and mentioned that it would be the tenth anniversary and will be offering higher per up higher bigger prizes more money than ever before so as an as they do every year the competition order was decided by random drawing in this contest room on the first of the three days of competition this year's event featured eleven teams of contestants targeting products across four different categories different hacking attempts in total each can each contest and was given three attempts with then there are a lot of time to demonstrate their exploit him boy if if anything ever heard shows but through well is poor also deal word horse knows support is right yeah a ross that he that hit the but true por all city of security it's the pole go on competition and and but but a upend mistakes did the everything was just through like a hot knife through butter their three sixty security team used a jay peg two thousand which of course is an image format he put over flow in a doby reader a i'd get this so i keep over floated doby reader a windows colonel in the fold leake a remote code execution threw an on an on a mission lies buffer in the windows colonel that is all three in conjunction to take down a doby reader in the process they earned sixty thousand dollars and six points towards the master of poland award for the entire three day competition.
"couple months ago" Discussed on Security Now
"Not just fine okay we talked a couple months ago about the forthcoming own took own competition and mentioned that it would be the tenth anniversary and will be offering higher per up higher bigger prizes more money than ever before so as an as they do every year the competition order was decided by random drawing in this contest room on the first of the three days of competition this year's event featured eleven teams of contestants targeting products across four different categories thirty different hacking attempts in total each can each contest and was given three attempts with then there are a lot of time to demonstrate their exploit him boy if if anything ever heard shows but through well is poor also deal word horse knows support is right yeah a ross that he that hit the but true por all city of security it's the pole go on competition and and but but a upend mistakes did the everything was just through like a hot knife through butter their three sixty security team used a jay peg two thousand which of course is an image format he put over flow in a doby reader a i'd get this so i keep over floated doby reader a windows colonel in the fold leake a remote code execution threw an on an on a mission lies buffer in the windows colonel that is all three in conjunction to take down a doby reader in the process they earned sixty thousand dollars and six points towards the master of poland award for the entire three day competition.
"couple months ago" Discussed on Security Now
"Not just fine okay we talked a couple months ago about the forthcoming own took own competition and mentioned that it would be the tenth anniversary and will be offering higher per up higher bigger prizes more money than ever before so as an as they do every year the competition order was decided by random drawing in this contest room on the first of the three days of competition this year's event featured eleven teams of contestants targeting products across four different categories thirty different hacking attempts in total each can each contest and was given three attempts with then there are a lot of time to demonstrate their exploit him boy if if anything ever heard shows but through well is por also deal word horse knows support is right yeah a ross that he that hit the but true por all city of security it's the pole go on competition and and but but a upend mistakes did the everything was just through like a hot knife through butter their three sixty security team used a jay peg two thousand which of course is an image format he put over flow in a doby reader a i'd get this so i keep over floated doby reader a windows colonel in the fold leake a remote code execution threw an on an on a mission lies buffer in no windows colonel that is all three in conjunction to take down a doby reader in the process they earned fifty thousand dollars and six points towards the master of poland award for the entire three day competition.