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"cra" Discussed on Around the Rheum

Around the Rheum

03:57 min | Last month

"cra" Discussed on Around the Rheum

"Ahmad. Welcome to around the room. Thank you thank you for having me. So ahmad within about two weeks of the sierra annual meeting the world essentially shut down due to the coronavirus outbreak at the beginning of the pandemic what were the initial challenges facing the sierra. A great question because we've been been monitoring the situation right before they osama and trying to communicate with the members in advance just to make sure that would ready for whatever might hit us and we were so lucky that it just missed us. Few days i would say But the main challenges were surrounding the attention span and the changing needs of our members they were instantly from the traditional optimal care practice management to a different level of practice management. Tyrod virtual care. I do. I do advocate for you. Know billing and there's there's all sort of new problems that of surfaced. We've kind of had those problems before. But they were very minor on the scale and suddenly they were the top three parties. Now that we have to deal with so there was a bit of a that kind of moment where you have to think about. What do we do. Who do we tap into. Because there aren't many experts in that field absolutely and and i'm curious to get even deeper into that. How did you actually pivot the organization from whatever your annual plan was to suddenly all resources and all hands on deck had to be working on the covid aspects of rheumatology in canada. How did you actually functional is that we're so lucky to have such an engaged membership about a third of our members are involved somehow with the sierra More than just attending a conference. I would say and that kind of gives us sort of a concert finger on the pulse in terms of what we can't what we should do and Sort of leadership one on one in crisis. What leaders to do is communicate. Communicate communicate so what we started with is first right off. The bat is started with communication and open up those channels of communication so we created the president's update the weekly update and that seemed to have been more very well received and we started creating opportunities for dialogue. We when we kind of needs assessment. And i'm surprised. How while responded to those needs assessments. Were but that was the basis basically of all our action is is listen communicate. Listen and respond as quickly as possible so so those were kind of the the issues that you're facing as a leader of the sierra and wondering personally what were some of the biggest challenges you you personally faced adjusting the reality that the kids are going to be at home all day long. I mean we're virtual organization and we did not really have a lot of business. Continuity issues like mini associations had to struggle. We don't have a bricks and mortar. We don't have an office. Mike commute consists of walking. Down from my. You know bedroom to the basement. So that wasn't an issue per se that having to go to office for gold going to office but the the idea that you know the kids are home all day long. you know. It's me and my spouse both was had to deal with that situation and you know it's also making me. My kids are young. They had to understand that when daddy's in the room and rooms closed and you could hear some sort of a conversation going on you just don't barge in. That was at the beginning though after a while. I think people are now sort of immune to these things. We've seen people on cnn where people are just walking in the back and actually this is some of the positive side you know side effects of the pandemic that these conversations and at least the video chat become a bit more human mean. You don't have to be polished so yeah. I think those are

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A Chat with the CEO about the CRA's role in the COVID-19 response

Around the Rheum

03:57 min | Last month

A Chat with the CEO about the CRA's role in the COVID-19 response

"Ahmad. Welcome to around the room. Thank you thank you for having me. So ahmad within about two weeks of the sierra annual meeting the world essentially shut down due to the coronavirus outbreak at the beginning of the pandemic what were the initial challenges facing the sierra. A great question because we've been been monitoring the situation right before they osama and trying to communicate with the members in advance just to make sure that would ready for whatever might hit us and we were so lucky that it just missed us. Few days i would say But the main challenges were surrounding the attention span and the changing needs of our members they were instantly from the traditional optimal care practice management to a different level of practice management. Tyrod virtual care. I do. I do advocate for you. Know billing and there's there's all sort of new problems that of surfaced. We've kind of had those problems before. But they were very minor on the scale and suddenly they were the top three parties. Now that we have to deal with so there was a bit of a that kind of moment where you have to think about. What do we do. Who do we tap into. Because there aren't many experts in that field absolutely and and i'm curious to get even deeper into that. How did you actually pivot the organization from whatever your annual plan was to suddenly all resources and all hands on deck had to be working on the covid aspects of rheumatology in canada. How did you actually functional is that we're so lucky to have such an engaged membership about a third of our members are involved somehow with the sierra More than just attending a conference. I would say and that kind of gives us sort of a concert finger on the pulse in terms of what we can't what we should do and Sort of leadership one on one in crisis. What leaders to do is communicate. Communicate communicate so what we started with is first right off. The bat is started with communication and open up those channels of communication so we created the president's update the weekly update and that seemed to have been more very well received and we started creating opportunities for dialogue. We when we kind of needs assessment. And i'm surprised. How while responded to those needs assessments. Were but that was the basis basically of all our action is is listen communicate. Listen and respond as quickly as possible so so those were kind of the the issues that you're facing as a leader of the sierra and wondering personally what were some of the biggest challenges you you personally faced adjusting the reality that the kids are going to be at home all day long. I mean we're virtual organization and we did not really have a lot of business. Continuity issues like mini associations had to struggle. We don't have a bricks and mortar. We don't have an office. Mike commute consists of walking. Down from my. You know bedroom to the basement. So that wasn't an issue per se that having to go to office for gold going to office but the the idea that you know the kids are home all day long. you know. It's me and my spouse both was had to deal with that situation and you know it's also making me. My kids are young. They had to understand that when daddy's in the room and rooms closed and you could hear some sort of a conversation going on you just don't barge in. That was at the beginning though after a while. I think people are now sort of immune to these things. We've seen people on cnn where people are just walking in the back and actually this is some of the positive side you know side effects of the pandemic that these conversations and at least the video chat become a bit more human mean. You don't have to be polished so yeah. I think those are

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POCUS Augments Critical Care Nursing Diagnostics

FOCUS on POCUS?

03:57 min | Last month

POCUS Augments Critical Care Nursing Diagnostics

"So hi leon the on chen. How's everything up there in new jersey new york area today. Don't go thank you for having me. It's very snowing here but everything's good. Yes yes the winner. Blitz is on It's really great to have you here. I know there's a lot of ultrasound us growing more and more in the nursing profession at many levels from cra all the way down to other levels of nursing and stuff. And i guess coming out of the gate here. My first question is what inspired you particularly to learn pocus when you were first introduced to it. I think that's a great thing like you said you. Use of focused kinda exploded with all sub specialty or look in the nursing field from crn age and peas but i think the griffin phenomenon for for me there were a couple of catalysts I would be new graduate Working in an emergency department our end years ago and You know think it's really flourished and then it kind of went wrong positions and extending into notions as well and then i was my first exposure to Pocus and the second catalysts is that. I have a colleague who turned out to be like who the grave right now he was actually a Sinaga for for about fifteen sixteen years Before he went to nursing school and became an rn and he was that department as well so he really kind of. Show me what you could do with an ultrasound probe that you couldn't do otherwise One of the patient that we saw years ago at a Pretty big pericardial fusion and leading to tap a not and then he actually took me engine room to a ultrasound probe l. My hand put the probe to the patient explained. The structure explained the policy and really kinda put cheese visual What you learn in school. You know by text and then showing the showing me the compression chambers The ekg finding all those. They really connected the dots so from there. I kind of really just fell in love with the the technology and then the use of and then i went out and she kind of blew a lot more about it and credentialing and use it in my On on the pretty much daily basis. Wow that's cool. That's a great way to learn hands on from our for you can't get any better than that So you spoke about using pocus in your daily work so give us an example. How do you use pocus in your your while. You're rounding and doing your duties in the clinical world in my current setting I'm a npr for a tenth of that so we're a mixed medical surgical You and In critical care much like emergency medicine. It be behind low bit but really critical care to catch. Up to emerge america in terms of utilization of focused on now in my work. The us Pocus for Cardiac shock onto a shock. You can see quickly figured out if it's cutting genetic here either to gauge idea of body volume status any obvious of analogy. Is there anything on that. Might be calling Obstructive shot like me so we use it. Pretty much four Really quickly nailing down the potential diagnosis and kind of help us narrow that that that timing diagnosis and quickly treat the patients Yeh the is critical right so so i think there were beyond just the diagnostic use of it. Obviously invasive procedures like central. Florida Chessy plays the other day as basic seizures ultrasound guidance Incidents of complications.

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Lightfoot, Chicago Police Propose Changes to Search Warrant Policy in Wake of Botched Raid

Chicago Tonight

05:30 min | 2 months ago

Lightfoot, Chicago Police Propose Changes to Search Warrant Policy in Wake of Botched Raid

"The second time since she became mayor of chicago lori. Lightfoot is changing the policy for win in house city. Police can execute search warrants. it comes as the chicago. Police department is under scrutiny. For botched raids including one that led to a lawsuit from ginette young. Amanda finicky joins us now with more. Amanda prentice once viewed. It is hard race that horrifying video of engine at young home and changing so naked. When chicago police burst into her home. An officer did eventually put a blanket over her but for a long stretch shoot was left. Naked wall restrained in handcuffs. When you see body camera video later on in the story you will see a black box that has heard digitally covered up by vesey. Pd when it made the footage public following investigative reporting by wb pm traumatic experience for young especially given police. Were in the wrong home. Mayor lightfoot premised change today. pd makes good on his promise to change. How search warrants are served in chicago. It's always the right time to do the right thing. We should always be volving to improve our policies training and accountability now new standards and procedures announced by cpi de chief david brown and mayor lightfoot required higher ranking command staff to sign off on requests for a warrant before it is brought to a state's turning judge considerations and plans must be made if vulnerable people. Mike children may be present than what a search is actually executed. A female officer must be present. Police must wear in activate body cameras. Lieutenant must also be on site and responsible for officers behavior the plan upfront spells out. What type of behavior is expected. All department members will treat all persons with courtesy and dignity which is inherently do every person and will act speak and conduct themselves in a courteous respectful and professional manner. And then it goes on from there. This is common sense but this is now enshrine in the actual policy. New policy does still allow for so called. No knock warrants but limited circumstances like when he life is in danger a fourth amendment allows for that to happen but only in certain circumstances where there's an establishment that evidence of a crime will be found in a particular location on no matter. How you slice it. It is an intrusion and so making sure that we get the facts details right and that there is ownership at the highest levels of c pd. It's critically important and please do get things wrong if there's bad evidence or something. The situation like what happened to young wrong raid. That has to be investigated. That's another safeguard that i believe. Personally it's critically important that the judge be notified that there was a one raid asked whether he's concerned that a standards click police in peril in potentially dangerous situations. Your brown responded. The real question you're asking is if treating someone with respect gets in the way of doing our job and the answer is no so following these policies and procedures with an emphasis on. Everyone deserves a measure of respect actually enhances our ability to do our job and create an environment of trust in the community. Which again is a force. Multiplier beanie effective at reducing. Cra in an email the president of the chicago fraternal order of police said that you had plenty of reaction to these new standards but he did not immediately. Follow up an email with specifics. The proposal did get the non from alderman. Chris taliaferro is head of the city council's public safety committee and also a former cia so these reforms that the mayor is announcing today will help bring about true accountability true responsibility but in a statement. Young's attorney says the proposal falls woefully short of the types of reforms that the citizens of chicago require to feel secure in their homes from these violent and often wrongful rates if the mayor is truly serious about reform statement says she'll get signed. An ordinance announced last week by a handful of black alderman also has the backing of progressive groups like lack lives matter and united working families and that plan does no knock. Warrants also expressly prohibits officers from pointing guns toward children and there is time for young the coalition of group. She's aligned with and really anybody else who wants to have their opinion made known about us to do social is going to have a fifteen day public comment period before these standards go into effect. It's a short period of time. Fifteen days and so encourage a france. You let's use social media Not just for passing around jokes and having a good time. Let's use this to improve our city.

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God's Passion for the Nations (Zechariah 8:20-23)

Pray the Word with David Platt

05:40 min | 5 months ago

God's Passion for the Nations (Zechariah 8:20-23)

"Zachariah chapter eight versus twenty. Three twenty three thus says the lord of hosts people's shell yet come even the inhabitants of many cities the inhabitants of one city. Go to another saying. Let us go at once. To entreat the favor of the lord and to seek the lord of hosts. I myself going. Many peoples in strong nation shall come to seek the lord of hosts in jerusalem and to entreat the favor of the lord thus says the lord of hosts in those days. Ten men from the nations of every tongue shall take hold of the robe of a jew saying let us go with you for. We have heard that god is with you I think. I said in a previous episode zachariah. Four six for my favorite verse in zachariah. It's an awesome verse. But so are these like these might my favorite to like xetra. Eight twenty two twenty three this picture did you hear it. We prayed through this and zachariah to part of why i want us to pray through it again as you again. This keeps coming up making clear when we see something repeated over and over and over again in god's word we need to open our eyes. God is passionate about bringing all the nations from every tongue to be among his people. And that's the picture. I love particularly verse. Twenty three here thus says the lord of hosts in those days ten men from the nations of every tongue so all nations. the picture. ten men from the nations of every tongue shall take hold of the rope of a covenant. People have gone in the old testament. But here's all these gentile nations of every time taking a hold of the robe of the people of god saying we wanna go with you for. We've heard the god is with you. That is innocence. Great commission picture. Here in the old testament make disciples of all nations go to all the nations that they might see in you. The spirit of god the love of god the grace of god and the gospel of got the day might go with you like picture picture. This way here. We are you and i who were followers of jesus on road that leads to eternal glory to heaven to place where there's no more no more no more suffering in no more death we will be with god in perfect harmony with god with all people who've trusted in jesus new have north. That's where we're going like we're on a road that leads there. And on the way. Jesus says go make disciples of all nations in other words. Go to all the peoples of every tongue zachariah eight twenty three and introduce them to the love and mercy and the grace of god in jesus so they might go with you because they know god is with you day. See where you're going and they wanna be a part of it and revelation seven says it's going to happen one day all the nations all the tribes all tongues all the languages people from all the nations will find themselves at the throne of god seeing his praise for his salvation. So we pray. God police bringing about we pray day after day after day just taught us to pray. Jesus our father in heaven hallowed be your name and all the three all the earth to know. You're great we want all the the know your gracious and glorious all the earth all the tongues to signor praise all the tongues to sing your praise surgery. Pray for the cra. Mogae kurds in iraq. Three point four million americans for as we can tell no. There are hundreds of followers of jesus among the kurds of iraq. I think about churches. I know among the kurds in iraq. We praise you for the presence of the gospel. Their god we pray that the gospel would spread through them like a wildfire. The good news of your grace and your mercy caused it to spread specifically among muslim kurds. Who are blinded to the glory of jesus right and they believe false things about jesus god in their eyes to the truth of who jesus is what you as done for their sin and draw them. We pray to faith in you to salvation in you. We created kerr mogae. Kurds would see followers of jesus in churches there in iraq and they would say we see the lord is with you and they would say we wanna go with you where you're going. God we pray for. That reality moniker. Mogae kurds among thousands of other people groups right now. Who don't know the good news of your love. In jesus god bring about we pray zachariah. Eight twenty two twenty three in us. Our lives toward that in our prayers right now could bless our prayers for the accomplishment of this missionary pray and bless our use of every gift of grace in our lives for the spread of your glory in north we. Jesus name amen.

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Esports Match Fixing

The Business of Esports

06:06 min | 5 months ago

Esports Match Fixing

"Was an article from abc dot net in australia. And it was east sports regulator says. There's been a very significant upturn. In match-fixing the article goes on to say they quote fanatic. That few sports teams have achieved the the successive fanatic. It sponsor this global brand and supposedly That while the audiences in australia free sports have increased that there are indications that there is a lot of match-fixing going on at tournaments in the country. And you know this is because there's greed. I guess and people are betting under the table. I'm not sure you know the the they talk about how they receive allegations about one hundred of them every single day to this organization called the e sports integrity commission. Or whatever. that's worth i. I don't know william if you've even heard of them but I good name like to be fair. Like i think that's a good name to have for your organization. And i probably know what they do so but just to put that hundred number into context that hundred allegations every day they say if you look at a sport like cricket they have four to six match fixing investigations annually and an in terms of investigations sports. They had fourteen and that was in a span of three months. And so they think there's a lot of match-fixing going on. I'm curious what you guys think of. This is is this just anecdotal and it's people who lost to are complaining like any sports. These are just allegations. I don't know how many of them that are investigated. The turned out to be true. But match-fixing i would argue is easier in east sports than in traditional sports. Do we think it's running rampant. Well actually can. I call it. Can i start with comment. There's actually a really good chat from chris coins in this as i think there's a really strong incentive problem right now which is like if you're a semi professional pro you just don't earn a lot of money and it's such an unveiled marquette. It's super easy to if that article i think if you keep going talks about actually a pro game. Who's betting on himself right. Yeah played semi pro. Ceus go player man. Who was betting on his own matches. yes he claims. I'm betting on myself to win but like you can earn a lot money betting herself better yourself to lose like a good way to do it. Also the article also quotes him. Saying sorry william that he had been offered two thousand dollars to throw matches people. Who are betting on the matches like it actually number just number alone. Two thousand dollars. I think this goes to chris's point. You know as east sports become more professional and the salaries go up. You have more structure. This problem does sort of fix it. Fixed itself need you know Organizations like this sports your integrity commission. You need a gambling operators to be cognizant of this you know the data providers to to flag it when things didn't come up but you know if you're making five million dollars a year someone comes to you and says hey to grand you throw it was mass. You literally laughing. You just don't do it because the numbers it's not work right. So i i do think as professionalized. It's our you know higher. It does take care of itself to some extent You know and we're also talking about. We're going east boards. There's a ton of different we Cra said you know. Some of them are in china. Some of them aren't professional. Is you know when you look at traditional sports. If we were talking about some random soccer he you know in russia. There's probably a lot of fraud that goes on there but we're not talking about. It was look at the. You know the allegory too. Big judicial sources. I let me just push back a bit. Jeff like if you're saying it's a matter of time and growth and growth in the salaries of the players right. wouldn't that also mean there's growth In terms of east sports betting in the volume of bedding and the the dollars that are at stake and things like that and therefore you might get a person who's betting hundreds of thousands or millions of dollars on on key matches who has an incentive now to go to a player and say. Yeah take a dive. Here's a million bucks. The risk of of the players still becomes. It doesn't become worse. Ic- your your point is is well the the point where where i was going with it just initially off when i think chris is pointing is like the high end stuff. There's integrity there's enforcement. It's getting safer but for these semi pro players. You can still bet on them. They're still listed right. You know a lot of places but the incentives are so strongly considered to cheat. Because it's difficult to live off the you know the the unreliable winnings anyway i think said i do think there's a reason why the betting is on the up tickets. The it's a e. Sports is on the uptick right so like you would expect. As more people play the sport more people cheat like it's not shocking right. that's one but two is the incentive to cheat. Have come up because ten years ago. No one would better thing. He sports now all of a sudden. There's betting and stuff like that. So the reality is you have a growing market and a growing bedding market dot. The number of cases of cheating will increase. And i think it's up to the industry to address it right like it's also relatively unaddressed. Problem in the industry. That's the third thing i'd say like there's very limited enforcement so it really like. How do you get caught like like really. How do you get caught if you're playing from home in a match like what somebody's gonna come to your house and

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Lily Cole on Why the Fashion System Needs Reform Now

The Business of Fashion Podcast

04:23 min | 9 months ago

Lily Cole on Why the Fashion System Needs Reform Now

"Hello this Zimran Ahmed founder, and CEO of business to fashion and welcome to live. On this episode I am thrilled to have with me a face that I. I got to know when I first started sneaking into fashion shows here in London about a decade ago. lily. Cole was an up and coming model and those days and she's gone on to have. A career in the fashion industry. But in in addition has become an activist of sorts has studied. At some very very well known universities and has recently published a book which is called who cares wins reasons for optimism in our changing world and so I'm delighted to have lily here with us today. Welcome Lily. Thanks for having me links to see. To, see you to Of course we're GONNA talk about your book, but you have such an interesting backstory that brought you into the fashion industry. So I thought we could actually start there and then get to how you decided that writing a book was kind of something that you wanted to do and how it connects back to some of your experiences and fashion. But so to begin with, you want to just tell us I'm sure it's you know everyone has their origin story and I'm sure. You're you're tired of telling it but. How how did you first get into this weird and wonderful industry? Irish a group in London. and. I was fourteen years old. Just, doing my thing hanging out with my friends in central. London I one evening and a scout from stool agency CRA Benjamin. Hart. Came over to me, he was very looking model himself this very handsome oatman was approaching. And then he talked about the agency had did I want to muddle and gave me business cards and within a year I was kind of flying around the doing I mean even that year I, started walking the next things really took off. The moment when you? Feel like you really realize that you're going to become quite a big deal. In fashion, Industry Missouri Specific Opportunity that you you come. Yeah. It's probably a few. Sixteen A. Nose Service Fifteen. New York and opened anesthesia legis show a campaign with Steven, Meisel and at the time I'd never heard of him. You know I didn't know anything about fashion. So I didn't I didn't know what the meaning of of that was. But when I was in New York for the show kind of sense, the buzz around. Him and his work that I'd worked within. A sense of it and and then I was remember another moment when I was in back in London. And was. was on a motorbike going between shows, which were as you probably know, tons of shows I was trying to fit like five a day sometimes, and so is getting annoyed between shows like it makes them and I had this moment on the back of his motorbike probably fifteen sixteen years old going through central London and seeing my face on the side of these red buses. What? It was quite made it feel real in a very surreal way how I went from Bash into writing a book, which is obviously a big jump by the book writing about fashion and how the experiences I had in bashing took journey along winding journey that I'm still on in which the book is a product. So after a few years working the fashion industry, I started to become more and more wet of some of the challenges with different supply chains I was made aware of the few the companies I was working with they were having are damaging impacts on the people or the environment within which is working. With a charity, Cool Developmental, Justice Foundation who still work with WHO drew my attention to cotton and how cotton farming can be really destructive but I feel very. Conflicted I guess because I thought quite responsible. So what I was appetizing into watching. And I decided instead of focusing on the negative which you know of course, we can I wanted to focus on the positive and the fact that there are different ways that supply chains can be set up and managed

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"cra" Discussed on The Perfect Package Podcast

The Perfect Package Podcast

04:50 min | 10 months ago

"cra" Discussed on The Perfect Package Podcast

"Everybody's GonNa Forget about it. Meanwhile back on her science wins. They find a cure. The CRA- clouds clear and they can see their people their. Living, normal lives, bright lights big cities. You're not alone. Yeah. Earth is still doing their thing Alexa with their Alexa out the truth, and switched sides and her whole thing for this reveal..

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As Tech Earnings Roll In, Air Is Coming Out of the Stock Bubble

CNBC's Fast Money

01:41 min | 10 months ago

As Tech Earnings Roll In, Air Is Coming Out of the Stock Bubble

"You? There's one day next week. We get Apple Amazon alphabet. What a CRA-! That's going to be a crazy night on fast Baldwin. Some might argue that the setup for big tech earnings is even better after the big back that we saw this week in advance of those earnings. Yeah so sickening to the rules of the Game I. Think I'm GonNa go for the Gusto here and go for the daily double. And my question or answer or closer is? What our stimulus and GDP figures I think the GDP figures are going to China a little bit more insight into what exactly economic activity is, and what the breakdown there of is as well I think the the details. The devil will be in the details as it pertains to the stimulus bill, I think vk meals, grotto of all hit on it. Really GonNa need to see. How much of the unemployment, benefit is going to be continued. What small businesses exactly are going to qualify for? What other restrictions might be put on large companies and the way that I'm playing it giving that as Again very adeptly pointed out the Fed is going to continue to print money left, right or centre. I think that bodes well for precious metals again you know I hate to hop on the bandwagon, but it's it's clearly the right trained to be on and the home. Builders are also set up nicely I. Mean You saw earnings yesterday? You've got them. They're in a unique situation with. Specifically to homebuilders, because they serve a a slightly higher niche market, those consumers are a bit more insulated from shocks and with the low rate environment, and giving that we've all been talking about stretch valuations across asset classes. It's really a case of where else do you put your money?

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EncroChat user experience includes getting owned, going to prison

Risky Business

03:49 min | 10 months ago

EncroChat user experience includes getting owned, going to prison

"I think it was a couple of months ago. Actually that we I bike about this incur chats far network. This is encrypted like modified android foreign. That was marketed to criminals feel like doing their super-secret high end drug deals and stuff they got aren't pretty hard a while ago and wound up actually shutting down, they pushed out notifications to all of their customers, saying. Yeah, don't use our phones anymore. We're just GONNA close turns out. They did get courteous. Courteous earns looks like by French authorities, but the resulting arrests have started, and it's just i. mean this is big. This is amazing. Yeah, this story certainly has gotten bigger and bigger. The more we hear about it, and yet they got well and truly earned by the ranch. it does seem like by had deployed malware out onto the individual phones using that. That to be able to scrape up conversations and photos, a who the other information being exchanged in before it was encrypted before it was sent out over the network and have been doing so for quite some time. Yes, and then the fact that it managed to lost this long. Yeah, because there's been a whole bunch of race and a bunch of groups. Criminals wound up all over Europe through this corporation. In fact, they managed to keep it. kind of under wraps as long as they did is pretty impressive, as well good, good obstacle, but yeah, just a really really interesting story and a close to them. You know some people are asking about the you know. What does it mean to be able to? Do? You know why lawful interested in this manner ride by going out mass compromising age devices. Without the cooperation of the Manufacturer and it's. Interesting comparison to the other Crypto, wars was going on about into encrypt, or you know how adversaries in this case, law enforcement move around the network to be able to go where the daughter is. Who Cares about into their? Own the edge devices, and this is just such a great example of that it is, but I mean the huge irony here is if I were using signal on irs that'd probably would have been most of them would have been fine right well, of course, they yeah that that is kind of funny presumably IOS. Remote sports that you could use the deployment with probably more expensive than whatever it took. EARN CRA CHATTAN and pushed off. Some of the top people, but they wouldn't have got like I. Mean a lot of people are getting a getting arrested here. I actually asked Joe Cox joys been doing great reporting on this in fact, and actually asked him to tell me what he thinks is significant about all of this, and here's what he had to say. I think what's different hair. When it comes to the increase chat operation as opposed to technical investigations by law enforcement is the Shit scale I mean. We're not talking about single dark web marketplace. With some Athens some sellers of cocaine that sort of thing. This was the technical infrastructure for a large chunk of organized crime across continents. We're talking hitman money launderers drug traffickers, basically the real career criminals used this phone service and is very hard to overstate how big of a blow this is to them. People are trying to escape from the countries that in people going to ground. There is going to be likely severe disruption to the bulk drug trade with us. So at yeah, turns out the Anchorage user. Experience is not quite what people signed up for. Some of the arrests have been spectacular I, mean we? There was one where there was. Tons of coke was seized. We've got twelve hundred kilos of math, but probably the one that really caught my eye was actually this news just broke this morning, but Dutch police actually found some shipping containers one of them was set up to be like holding cells, and another one had like a dentist chair in it and bags full of pliers, and it was like a torture chamber, and they even had collected intelligence on who was due to spend some time in this special shipping container. Container and warned them often sent them into hiding, but I mean yeah. It looks like really heavy. Bad Crooks have have all been getting busted here.

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Movement for the Restoration of the Ten Commandments of God

Cults

05:29 min | 1 year ago

Movement for the Restoration of the Ten Commandments of God

"March seventeenth two thousand. The Movement for the restoration of the Ten Commandments of God held a huge party to celebrate the end of the world. The party was scheduled to last for two days as the leaders had roasted three bulls for feasting and acquired seventy crates of soft drinks. Hundreds of men women and children had arrived to join in the festivities and prepare for Armageddon yet. Armageddon came much more quickly than any of them had anticipated as the members gathered in the chapel at the primary complex in Congo. Uganda the doors and windows were boarded. Shut THE CHURCH. Building was set on fire. And at least seven. Hundred congregants were burdened ally. Hi I'm Vanessa. Richardson and this is colts. Apart cast original this is the thirteenth episode in our Daily Series. On the strange prophecies made by different cults and their leaders throughout this month. Were taking a daily look at the myriad of apocalyptic predictions to try and uncover. What makes these revelations so appealing? I'm here with my co host. Greg Paulson pyeryone today. We're discussing the beliefs of Christiania. Marin Day she convinced member cult the Movement for the restoration of the Ten Commandments of God. That Armageddon was imminent after predicting the world would end on January. First two thousand. The cut leadership killed their own members for reasons that are still not entirely clear. It's very likely they didn't want members to realize their doomsday predictions. Were wrong the Movement for the restoration of the Ten Commandments of God began in nineteen eighty nine. When Cronje Morandi a bartender banana beer brewer and sex worker claimed that the Virgin. Mary had appeared before her in the vision. Mary commanded Cronje to clean up her life and spread the news of a coming apocalypse. Cra Dona claimed at the world would face awful tribulation from God if people did not turn back to him and follow his ten commandments to the letter most people looked upon CR- Dona with skepticism. However she brought her predictions to form a government employee. Joseph Kibera Terry. He had also claimed have seen visions from God and when Cronje came to him he believed God had brought her into his life. Cuba Terry's endorsement of Kunia gave her story. The clouded needed together. Cronje and Cuba Terry Spread Their Doomsday message. Luckily for them Uganda was in a state of total chaos. Making Armageddon look highly plausible. Even the most sceptical Ugandans of the day the entire nation had been embroiled in a civil war with atrocity after atrocity being committed on all sides in addition HIV and AIDS had torn through the country at a rapid pace killing indiscriminately to make matters worse. The Roman Catholic Church one of the only pillars of stability in the region had become embroiled in its own awful scandals. People were desperate for safety and answers in could dona. Morandi was all too happy to provide. She called the people of Uganda follow her and promised to shelter them through the coming wrath of God. This message proved effective over the course of eight years. The movement's membership grew to over four thousand and built several dedicated living complexes throughout the region. Yet for all the cult successes Cra Dona had never decided on an official date for the end of the world to maintain control. Cordona stated that the world would end on January. First two thousand. The Colt was prepared to die. When the day finally came but as January first came and went so did CRA donas credibility. People began to leave the movement on mass in order to save face. Crony announced a new date. For the end of the World March eighteenth. They would have a grand party to celebrate starting on the seventeenth when over seven hundred people showed up to the Kananga Complex Cronje provided the apocalypse she had promised by burning them alive within the chapel. Some believe she died in the fire while others believe she escaped but more horrific revelations were still to come as the Ugandan government investigated the movement's Bases. They discovered mass graves at each and everyone in total. Three hundred ninety. Five additional members of the movement had been shot stabbed and poisoned by their own leadership sometime before the fire overall the Movement for the restoration of the Ten Commandments of God had proven to be one of the deadliest cults ever created when her doomsday prophecies. Failed CR- DONIO. Marinda made sure they would never fail again by killing more than two thousand of her own followers whether she died with them or escape to safety is unknown to this

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Banking on Voice - ENACOMM & Bank Independent

The Voice Tech Podcast

10:47 min | 1 year ago

Banking on Voice - ENACOMM & Bank Independent

"Us about about the project and so what what does the Alexa skill that you guys have developed do? And what was the? What was the thinking behind? When we first started our conversations with an accom- we didn't know what to expect. We didn't even know what to do with really St- I think Stacy said it best. Is that so we started with the thought of? How can we take our typical telephone banking system? That's that technology has been around for four. Seems like forever and so we were like. How do we repurpose that into modern technology and modern use cases so partnering together with an Economy Fintech provider? They are really at true partnership here. We were the very first one to come out with a fully functioning Alexis skill in the community bank space. Now some of the larger institutions the international banks that are housed here in America or even some of the couple of super regionals they were already doing some of the s but really we felt like our customers were longing for that as well to be able to say. Hey if a bank of America or chase would have this type of service. Why can't wait? I see we have the same type of access to your systems so they came from a customer. Need they actually the customs approach to and also this. Will you a proactive and thought well? We need to get ahead of this before they do. It was really more proactive. Because of our customer base being very tech savvy and especially our newest market which is the Huntsville Alabama market. We felt like we need to make sure that in order for us to compete against the larger institutions especially from a tech perspective. We needed to be proactive in this space. So when I say fully functioning that's the differentiation between us and some of the other banks or credit unions that have that they may have an Alexa skill. But it's more informational sharing like where are we wears locations. What's our hours of operation? We really wanted it to be truly as said an extension of our other tools that we offer to art whether it'd be mobile or online or telephone so they log in and get account information for me. Personally I've got a college aid's daughter and so was the question we get from her. Hey Dad I need some money so then I can go and just by walking through the house. Tae Alexa Transfer money from account to my daughter's account so those are some of the use cases that we have and we're continuing to expand that working on some other use cases right now to expand as far as card management for the debit cards. The credit cards and those kind of things as we continue to move forward. I see okay focused on the the most common actions that people form on their accounts festival implemented those and then now you looking for the more advanced features those in as well. That's great okay. Great Stacey tells about the project from your side then what what was it like to Cra? Alexis go four bank whether any particular challenges that you had to face. And what advice would you give to someone? Who's WHO's looking to do the same. Whose is taking on a project to the signs. That's a great question because there is a specific answer that it's really got nothing to do with how we build a skill it has to do with multiple parties involved in the thing you have to look out for the difficulties run into is the larger companies involved Talked by Google Amazon Right Amazon. The company that is the keeper in the approver of these skills and so's Google on their side. I will go to that side of the house but Amazon. This is the first real step into a retail banking application type of thing right in my past i. I did this for Mobile APPs with apple when they first had their APP store open. Add it for banks and it's the same type of learning curve with working with Amazon going through the approval process Amazon not understanding how everyone thinks they understand how a bank works. And I'll say that just exactly the same. Everyone believes they understand. How Bank works when you work with. Community banks. That'S NEAT. Learn how they actually work and each one little different from another one and you can try to define a process for which you wanNA bring on these skills right for Elixir. Whatever but these skills for getting the weather has total different requirements than the skill for your banking and we had compliance issues. We have enrollment issues. We have Lincoln account issues. We have all these things you have to do and be compliant with on our side and actually I was walking Amazon through the process. Of sometimes you have to change the way you're thinking because this is not a weather APP. This is not a joke. Gap does not attribute this is banking and there are some things. The banks are already doing to link accounts that may be at to adjust your expectations. How Link Accounts Right? That's just one example and going through the approval process with Amazon and it different iterations. That's really probably. The most complex part of working new technologies into banks is yet. There's a third party provider like Amazon or Google. Who has to approve these things and has certain expectation on their side of how the system will work in. We have to really Kinda match the expectations and the realities. What a bank needs right to? Does that mean that there were those pushback on the on the platform side on the new Google side because he went meeting standards was it the other way round. What did you need things from them? They weren't providing up front. And you have to be kind of both. It's kind of both so the expectation that you're starting from scratch realized that a bank might already have a method for linking accounts for example in Kelly States. Bank independent already. Lincoln accounts through methodology in order to enable their voice banking on the phone system for that and so there are some things that instead of confusion users like it's a brand new system to create new pin number. You all this new stuff. Sometimes Caesar let them allow them to use what they already have and so it was sort of both. We have more things than they expected. Amazon's system wasn't really built to take an existing system. Like what we had at the same time. You know there are some things we have to come up to snuff on on voice engagement right conversational banking conversational. Technology is different than a menu driven technology in Kelly. Had said we're reiterated extending what we're doing on the voice baking side telephone banking but it's extending the feature functions but the way you engage with it is different. So there's a learning curve on our side to to make sure you have the conversational structures. Correct your engagement that so it was both sides. This is very typical of bringing in a new technology into an existing market place. That has its own high level of rules right. There's a high bar a ruling compliance and you have another system as brand new that is trying to create rules of compliance rights. And so we put those two together in. This is typical this. This is exactly how it was with mobile APPS. And I think that's what you're gonNA see. It's GonNa have that ramp right now. It's early in the curve for adoption and over time as voices getting across all these other channels and the software whether it's Amazon or Google on all these channels whether it's in your smart tv or on your phone it's going to accelerate. The friction is gonNA remove overtime when it sounds like they would have lended as as much from the experiences as you guys have. That's going to streamline things for everyone the projects that come along in the future exactly my question around that was about the the iteration of this is kind of new and we got a lot of the ground truth from the feedback from users and looking at the data of course financial transactions quite private and a bank's not going to want to publicize those will hand them over to supplies in the same way as maybe health data. So how did you get that signal back? That's a find out whether the user interaction was working. And how did you guys work together to to solve that problem like you said? One of the biggest concerns with this was around security and especially traditional banking where we're not always the the ones that are willing to step out and do things so from especially from security and privacy perspective because that is paramount to who we are as an institution to ensure that we are taking care of our customers and making sure that their information secure safe and that they are comfortable not only them but then also with a stacey said our regular regulators and auditors and those things pile up over and over again to make sure that that we have the right security protocols in place and so that was some learning curve for both US and Amazon that we all had to mature and continue to grow as far as making sure that we have the right information we partner with our processing companies Jack Henry and associates and so they do a fantastic job of having a pathway for us to get to our information securely safely as well so with our connectivity points between in a calm and Jack Henry that is very tightly controlled. We manage it with monitor it. We reporting we have security protocols that are in place between all of us to ensure that is safe for our customers. Massoni went to Jack Henry Do. Where did they come into this? Yeah Sure Jack. Henry is the company that houses our customer information as a whole and so they have an open banking platform that we're able to connect to and be able to partner with the fantasy like the end of the world to be able to safely securely have access to their customer account information you can anonymous data and Sharon Saddam. Okay right so there's a way to share it without revealing the details of the people. Are I in this talk about the voice banking how it's being used and I saw one example on your website believe about bank independent Kuzma? Who's using the Alexa skill right now? It's eighty nine years old. That's fantastic Zurich. Tell us about that. And the the interest made on his or her life. Sure after we went live with this we were live several lines and we really wanted to see who was using and honestly we knew because this is new technology. We weren't expecting a hockey stick type of acceptance and usage of this tool out of the gate and so it has been a slow growth and kind of leveling but again we wanted to be out there early and this is exactly why because you know. The mission of our institution is to make a positive difference in people's lives and this is a prime example. Where we've done that. So as we begin to look one of our most active users we reached out to Kim specifically into. Can you tell us why you're using it? And the first words out of his mouth. Were you changed my life. And which can you explain that in so this gentleman was eighty nine years old? He had macular degeneration so from his perspective. He couldn't really manages finances. Just because of the vision issues vision issue. And so now he's like you now have control of my personal finances again by doing voice banking and he can control that here. What's going on? What's going on manages money in the way that he wants to be able to manage his

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Trump rule could lead to big Medicaid cuts, governors warn

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

10:40 min | 1 year ago

Trump rule could lead to big Medicaid cuts, governors warn

"Tell folks what has happened in terms of Medicaid in particular. I guess let's start way the way you did. What are the proposed cuts to Medicare that the trump administration the station has been talking about the proposed cuts to Medicare You know I think it started with their rollout of increased privatization of Medicare with increasing Medicare advantage. uh-huh Plans Kober last year in the lakes and Florida Trump you know reported in Vanity Fair that he said it would be fun. Second Term Project to cut Medicare and then in a couple of weeks ago now in Davos Switzerland he was talking. NCNB CNBC and he said Yesterday the fact that would be on the table cutting cutting Medicare in those social security and he said that would be the easiest thing to do very strange choice of words. So that's kind of the Medicare and that's what I started with. That's why I was in Des Moines that day with the committee to protect Medicare talking about these possible Medicare cuts with you know doctors from Iowa that join me for a press conference One Press When one member of the press showed up at that press conference now you know a little bit more of the presses is listening to the line that we're calling out at my committee about these proposed cuts it's And then you know because of the news of the day. Last Thursday was Davis encounter occurred in that was the day that Seema Verma the cms administrator for trump mm rolled out these Block grant Waiver proposal. That you know everyone I can see. That is talking about this. In an honest this way tells us this will cut folks from Medicaid. Okay and so tell us. CMS The centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services when they roll out this proposal are they actually just basically introducing. They're they're basically announcing that you can you as a state Can apply for a waiver. Is that right right. Apply for a waiver. Currently Medicaid is funded by the federal government on a kind of a per person per need basis. So you know. For instance when there's a recession and more people lose jobs and more people qualify for Medicaid. The federal share of spending on healthcare for those folks will go up because of course they need that you know people with diabetes if they have a job or they lose their jobs to no fault of their own still. Have they still need three hundred dollars a month insulin slim so with block grant States could say listen Why don't you just give us a lump sum of money? And then let us in the where he used was innovate let us innovate. Ah figure out how to cover anyone cover everyone but you know if the needs go up in our state. We still get that that pot of money that you're giving us it doesn't change and yet our needs go up so more people lose out the other thing they can do is choose to cut certain services they can you know cut certain drugs that are that are. Currently they covered up a prescription drug benefit under Medicaid. So I mean I mean it is just cut. There's no way around it. And there's no way that pence didn't understand that Seema. Burma used to be his Medicaid Administrator in the state of Indiana when he was governor there so this has been a conservative dream for for ages decades thirty years. They've been trying Graham. They've been trying to block grant and and so. There's there's like you say there's multiple problems that come with the block. Granting one is that it does not act as that economic stabiliser in other words doesn't doesn't Basically expand as the the need gets greater in crises. It also does not a increase along with the cost of medicine and And like you say the states can get sort of clever because the federal government has basically said I mean this is the difference between just sort of you know me me giving ten bucks to my kid and saying you know do whatever you want with it as opposed to making sure that she spends it on you know not on on junk food or whatever it is and and she can then go out and basically spend five bucks on the. I want to keep this metaphor too much but the idea is that they can use this money in other ways that I really don't have anything to do with providing health insurance for people right and my governor is Governor Gretchen. Whitmer who gave you know. I thought an amazing response to the state of the Union last night and I was there and we talked beforehand. And she's she helped. Uh sure in expanded Medicaid under the affordable care act when she was the minority leader of the State Senate here in Michigan and got a Republican governor to expand Medicaid. And we've had you know. Nearly three three quarters of million folks in Michigan Benefit from that Their study I think Carter. Kaiser family reported recently specifically Michigan showing the economic economic benefits of expanded Medicaid. The fear was that the federal government was going to give them a hundred percent in the first year and then scaled back to I think ninety percent of eventually by next year and the reality is even though the federal share has scaled back because people are healthier because they can afford treating their chronic illnesses. They can work more they. The actual tax base has increased. I think thirty thousand jobs in Michigan created directly resulted expanded Medicaid. So I you know this is. It just doesn't make sense to me that they try and and I think that's why he dodged the question and tried to revert back to things he did. And and then eventually just said agree to disagree because He knows what it is they. They held him what it is and they know if they say what it is. People won't like it you know. It's an election year. They're trying to get reelected so they just say whatever they want they lie will and state of the Union almost solely healthcare allies again about every other aspect of healthcare. And you know I think they just say what they want they get away with it. He just wasn't expecting to meet up with a guy in tyner who you know. I mean again. I don't know this issue like a policy. Wonk I mean I just I have a biology degree in a medical degree and I work clinically as a doc but I read you know and I and I try to learn as much as I can and so you know with my limited understanding of these policies he just. He wasn't ready for that one briefed them known gave them talking points. And I think that's. That's that's what we saw unfold. Yeah he did look like a deer in the headlights and we did try to dance around it quite a bit. You were pretty easy. Road brought in on them pretty quickly I think as he tried to sort of pretend like he didn't understand what you said the first thing. It just didn't that first exchange where you said. You're going to get cuts and Medicaid. 'cause I don't think we're GONNA do cuts in Medicare and so we'll give us. I mean So you know firsthand. The implications of this expanded Medicaid and and and I WANNA get into that as just your experiences as as an emergency doctor but I also get the sense. You're on this You're you're you're you're executive director of this committee you're in Iowa so you're aware at at least some of the you know the broader politics involved in this. Where would you anticipate what states or at least you know if not specific ones than the profile of the states eight? That are going to be applying for this waiver. I mean presumably the thirteen states. Now that did not expand Medicaid under the affordable. Care Act. I would imagine would be a prime targets or prime applicants to get this waiver. Because they're going to continue you. Say we're going to expand medicaid. They certainly are interested in dismantling it as much as they can right. I think that and I think you know anywhere that there is a Republican And I guess I have to. I don't know the nuances of the directive if it's if it's an executive decision at the state level or if it requires you know something passing through their houses so we have enough house majority Republican state legislatures plus governorships. In this country that I I mean I think that would be the profile. You know certainly because those will be the places where you know folks are more likely to be in charge that share vice president pence views on you know on Medicaid in general in a and and whether or not we should be helping out poor people when it comes to healthcare That that is that's the fear now. And why should we in Michigan you you know. Why should we in Michigan? Have a different set of. I mean the whole healthcare system. So Patchwork in Hodgepodge if you WANNA call it a system a series of systems. But it's so patrick work anyways I mean I guess why should this be any different. Let's let certain states do one thing and others do the other. And if you just happen to be born in Michigan versus Alabama. Well you know good on you right Well there's so much in our society today that's determined that way it's all just a coin toss and met. I guess maybe a bunch of coins get tossed in the air. What now? There's a vote tomorrow in the house. I Don I imagine you're familiar with it. And what the what the vote is is it's under the The CRA which has been used in the past to see the Congressional Review Act. It's been used in the past undo executive the actions that have been done within a certain timeframe and the Republicans did this with a bunch of executive actions by Obama and then once they do that once they pass that to reinstitute any type of rule like that Congress has to has to authorize it with a two thirds vote right so this is like this is a this is a real this is a sledgehammer as it were and they're going to. They're going to vote on this in the house and they will probably pass yes it which would not allow the president to block grant but then it goes to the Senate and the Republicans are sure to shoot it down. How do you think this plays as has a An issue in the fall when you have a half dozen or so Republican senators running in sort of purple states on their refuse their essential like voting to allow for cuts and Medicaid right. Yeah and I and I kind of anxious to see what folks looks like Like Collins I mean she seems the only one in the purple state that I think might make along with this I think you know tell us and and MC sally the and who is a gardener I think is already toast You know maybe Joni Ernst I don't know Yeah I mean I think at least I mean the thing is having having gone record. I mean that's That's I think that's all that's what we're trying to do as a committee. I mean what we're what we're rolling out over. The next. Several months is is an accountability campaign.

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Lennar Stock Jumps as Pivot to Low-Price Homes Pays Off and Boeing Stock Loses More Support Over the 737 MAX

MarketFoolery

06:15 min | 1 year ago

Lennar Stock Jumps as Pivot to Low-Price Homes Pays Off and Boeing Stock Loses More Support Over the 737 MAX

"Got two very different announcements from the same company. We have a group of economists to consider. But we're going to start today with housing Lanar the number two homebuilder in the US reported fourth-quarter results profit and revenue both came in higher-than-expected Lanar also bumped up their guidance for the number of homes. It expects to deliver in two thousand twenty. This is a really good way to end the fiscal year. It's a boomer of story. They we're supposed to turn they. They were supposed to report expected report about six point. Five billion in revenue and they came in at about seven billion which. That's a lot more. I mean for housing. That's a pretty predictable industry so for them to come in that much higher some of it has to do with the fact that you know interest rates have remained remained so low and people are the housing market has done really well but lenore made a great choice a couple years ago. And it's a really interesting study study in you know in in corporate governance where they kind of leaned into the trend of people renting instead of buying. You know what we're going to go back into low priced and we used to call starter homes. We're going to make that a core of our business and not too many other homebuilders. I did that. And it's paying off in a huge way so shares of Lenora up about three percent this morning. You you look at this strong quarter bumping up the guidance for for twenty twenty I felt like the stock should have been up a little bit more but it had a pretty good run over the past twelve months. It's had an okay run. I mean it's trading get a pe of less than ten even after the run-up and one thing that is definitely true about homebuilders is that sometimes low peas are or not necessarily a signpost that the that the stock is undervalued because because it's such a cyclical industry. And I don't know I. I don't know that people still trust that. Interest rates are going to remain. Low inflation is going to remain. Jack I think people are still a little oh bit shell shocked from what happened a decade ago in this industry. But it's a well run company. I'm and and we In other areas have you know have have looked at this trend of low cost housing and low priced housing stock as well we. We've recommended a company called legacy housing which is very similar. You know has a very similar strategy. So yeah it was a great quarter and the companies You know the company's running on all cylinders but it yet but you're right. The stock didn't seem mm to react in a way that you might expect Boeing shares down a bit this morning in the wake of the crash of Ukraine International Airlines flight. Seven fifty two minutes after taking off in Tehran. The seven thirty seven crash killing all one hundred seventy six people on board of the terrible tragedy the from the business standpoint of a new crisis. Well she's GonNa say you know. This is not a seven thirty seven Max. Because they're all grounded. This is an older model. The seven thirty thirty seven eight hundred but to your point this is yet another thing for For Boeing to respond to. Yeah so the grounding of the seven thirty-seven Max and how Boeing handled that entire situation As cost them about nine billion dollars in revenue so far they were selling about one point. Five a billion dollars in the 737 Max per month and it costs Dennis Muilenburg the former. CEO His job. The seven thirty seven eight hundred is a different beast. According to air safe which is an organization that tracks airline safety you know. So it's very well named organization seven thirty seven eight hundred among the world's safest planes So we don't know as we're recording this what has happened with the flight The Iranian government came out immediately and said that it was an engine. Malfunction The Ukrainian embassy in Tehran came out very quickly. Cleon said that it was not terrorism and then they pulled that report the Ukrainians The governments of France Germany and Netherlands or have have restricted their planes from flying in Iranian airspace as a result the crash. So we don't know it's it's it's it's you know obviously Veasley. My first thought goes out to those affected. Because you know anytime you see something like this. It's it's gut wrenching but there are you know there are implications for for you. Know for for Boeing as well and they're neat new. CEO's going to you know is going to have to address it. When you look at Boeing Stock Doc which is close to a two year low? I don't know there's I feel like they're still so many questions that it's not even something I wanna want to put on my watch list. Even though I completely understand that a reasonable outcome for this business and therefore for this stock is that twenty twenty years the year all of these issues get resolved The the Max's get back online order star bumping up and in the next five years. This is a stock. That's up fifty to seventy. I hope it doesn't sound too cra- crass to say that passenger deaths are apart of the business of making airliners. I mean that's just airplanes. Do something that is bending the laws of physics and occasionally physics wins But given what happened with seven thirty seven Max. They have billions of dollars in potential liability in suits from you know from from from passengers because it does seem like and I'm not making a legal judgment here that there's a case to be made that there was malfeasance or misfeasance or something of that nature. On the part of Boeing. Boeing is still the one half of a duopoly and in the long term. I think that had you know I. I think that the stock is probably a pretty good bargain where it is here but there are going to be plenty of of questions in the near

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"cra" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"cra" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Is zone three hundred thirty six. I'm Thomas Smith over those Andrew. Tour's how're you doing Andrew. I am doing fantastic Thomas. How're you I am doing even better because because we've got the deepest of deep dives this is? I can't wait for this episode because there's some really cool stuff happening and I'm just excited and it is not necessarily revolving around trump which is fun so it's a nice change of pace. I think yeah I think this is a this is a trump free episode. IV Mostly I mean you know the universe will never be trump a free but forever by the way even history will always have trumpeted like we can't. We're stuck with US forever unless we can figure out like a new time line. Are we able to branch off like a like a back to the future to scenario areo reverse log as long as we're doing that plug for I think it's episode eighty the most recent episode of philosophers in space where UN and Our good buddy Aaron do that A primer what's at primer. Yeah I WANNA go see that now like you should watch it. It's a it's a super low budget but like you know every once in a while if you have a good enough idea and you don't try to make some terrible like Styrofoam Cardboard board monsters or something. You can make a really good low budget movie and It's a good. It's a good movie I it's it's interesting it's it's not like anything else. It's a little old by now but yeah primer and it's short to watch. I'm excited. I'm excited so anyway. That was I thought it was really fun. Episode of Of a the philosophers in space. I'm they're all good episodes and everyone should be subscribed and listening but Yeah so as long as we're talking time travel. I thought I'd like your other show all right. Well I appreciate that and let's talk not time travel. Let's talk Bill Bar and his nonsense for for a second before we get to our main segments. Yeah A lot. A lot of folks have been asking me to sort of weigh in on Bars recent speech at Notre Dame in which you know he blamed secularist for the eventual heat death of the universe. And I like look you. You don't need me to tell you that the speech is awful and and terrible and bill bar has turned into a monster. I I can't tell. I mean you know the the some of the recurring questions are you know. Does he actually believe this Christian Dominion is stuff or is this just you know where his bread is buttered. Now that you know he's become trump's biggest loyalist. You know that that that's above my pay grade man uh-huh I may do a fisk thing of everything that's wrong with this speech Maybe we'll do it on Tuesday deep dive. Maybe we'll do it as a Patriot in A bonus It's it's bad and it's you know it's unconscionable that the attorney general would Deliver a speech like this. y'All we all know that already so It it's I just wanted to say because when we get a topic that a lot of people right in about By I typically want to at least say yes I've I've seen in her diary mills and I share your outrage all right well we may Look forward to that at a later. Date but now for the For the actual segments. Today we're going to talk about a potential Congressional Review Act for the Supreme Court interested to hear that would be constitutional institutional and then is Warren's wealth tax constitutional and you know. I talked a little bit about that on my show. But you know only because I didn't want to take any more of your time time with very busy proceedings. I read a little bit about that and and From what I can see people pretty divided on it In their plausible readings thinks either way. So I think it'll be a great time to get Andrews Opinion on that and then finally. We've got an interesting listener. Question in the wildcard hard segment which is the one that is whether or not Andrew left enough time for four points which I like. It's cool wildcard. Second Wildcard clown horns off okay and so I don't even like to introduce what it is because you may not hit arts. Let's go to our first segment.

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Gun owners want smart guns on the market but dont want to buy them

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:55 min | 1 year ago

Gun owners want smart guns on the market but dont want to buy them

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by ultimate software dedicated to putting people first with innovative solutions for HR payroll and talent management learn more at ultimatesoftware dot com ultimate software people first and by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation John Kelly founder and CEO at airspace experienced technology gee says in Michigan Revolution is in the air find out what planet earth is doing to help businesses make that possible at planet m dot com. That's P. L. A. N. E. T. M. Dot com eighty percent of gun. Owners thinks smart guns should be on the market but they don't want to buy them from American public public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm molly would this week. Democratic presidential candidates are talking about the problem of gun violence but is there a technology solution that can make guns safer for decades gun manufacturers and even some startups have tried to figure out how to create a smart gun one that could only be fired by the guns owner owner and could be activated by fingerprints or a radio signal sent from the weapon to say a wristband gun researchers call these personalized guns but so far the tech hasn't gone anywhere. CASSANDRA prophecy is deputy director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Policy and research. I asked her what the barriers are. So there are two main concerns. I think that are driving down the potential market for personalized gums and those are cost and concerns about the technology technology and I think one of the challenges were trying to way is that over the last several decades we've had changes in the reasons. People people own firearms forty years ago. The ownership was predominantly for hunting. Now the predominant reason for gun ownership is self defense against other people and if you're concerned about having a firearm to defend yourself in that kind of situation than making sure the technology would work when you want to be able to use use it could be a significant issue when you look at the overall numbers of gun deaths how many of those could potentially be prevented by personalized guns. It's really when we think about the benefits of what types of injuries by fire him could be prevented with personalized guns. We're looking mostly at injuries among individuals who wouldn't be able to purchase firearms so teen suicide by firearm unintentional injuries unintentional deaths by firearm among children and then also the potential benefit to drive down homicide by reducing the ability to use a firearm that is personalized if it was stolen but when you look at the burden of firearm deaths and the potential benefit it's hard to make a really strong case that having personalized sliced guns is really going to drastically drive down our burden of gun violence in this country. So where would you like to see investment in research go I. I think that we could do a lot more to understand. Who's firearms are being used in suicide? Even though fire suicide is the leading cause of firearm mm death we have very little information on where those guns come from when they were acquired how they were stored in the home and I think that we could do a lot to to improve our ability to respond to and prevent suicide if we could get some better data to understand some of these precipitating factors. CASSANDRA prophecy is deputy director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Policy and research so far no smart gun has been sold at a gun shop anywhere in America and as to that question of cost CRA Fosse told us smart guns would potentially cost as much as a thousand dollars more than the dumb ones and now for some related links. There's a fascinating story in Bloomberg BusinessWeek from earlier this year about the long history history of attempts to create so-called smart or personalized guns and it includes this whole tale about a two thousand to law from New Jersey that said that his students sooner smart guns were sold anywhere in the United States then New Jersey's gun retailers could only sell smart guns within three years so oh no more dumb guns in New Jersey that of course caused an NRA freak out and death threats against a Maryland retailer who did want to sell personalized guns in two thousand fourteenth. That's at the entire effort back even more and over the years. No one has flight created a smart gun where the tech works perfectly in all situations. The Bloomberg story also includes a lot of details about how the tech industry has both tried to find an fund smart gun startups but also shied away from gun startups for fear that could lead to increased gun ownership and then of course there's the politics which is where we are going to end this podcast you can find the Bloomberg Bloomberg story on our website Marketplace Tech Dot Org. I'm Ali would and that is marketplace tech. This is a PM. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by Entercom Intercom. What's more of the Nice people visiting your website to give you money so they took a little chat bubble in the corner website and packed it with conversational bots product tours. NPS surveys all sorts of things that amplify your team and help you reach more nice people intercom customer unity got forty five percent more loyal users with intercom in just twelve months go to intercom dot com slash podcast to start making money from real time. 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"cra" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"cra" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"cra" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"cra" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"To the case CRA, three weather center and meteorologist Hammarberg. Hello there. Hey, good morning to you. Dan. I am tracking a couple of showers on Doppler radar this morning. So get use show wipers if you're out on the roads right now. And as we head through the afternoon, we're gonna see the chance of on again off again, rain showers, again, these are going to be showers or not expecting like what we saw on hold last week where it was just steady rain for what like a few days. I think as we go into tomorrow, we will see a steady around of rain first thing in the morning, and then tapering to those occasional showers in the afternoon. Still I was going to stay pretty high up the mountain above six thousand feet today and tomorrow and then by Thursday, we could see us to few lingering showers in the valley. But most of the activists and stay in the mountains on Thursday. And then Friday, we get a chance to try out. And it's looking for next weekend. I'm case Sierra three neurologist Hammarberg, NewsRadio KFB K camera. We have some clouds and fifty two in San Francisco, Roseville showers and fifty one and rain and fifty one in Sacramento. I'm now is eight twelve now KFC ks top national story. From ABC news. Sherry preston. Hope hoping eastern Alabama that search teams out today may find survivors of the mile wide tornado that all the destroyed the community of Bo regard ABC's Stevo since as their rural Alabama neighborhood is in pain planning Twenty-three funerals. Three of them for children, including ten-year-old Taylor Thornton. She was visiting a home here when the tornado tore through search crews are around the ground sifting through rubble by hand and using drones in the air. President Trump this morning slamming the House Judiciary committee investigation into possible corruption in his administration on Twitter. He says, quote, the democratic leaders of house committees have poked gone stone, cold crazy ABC's Mary Bruce says dozens of people are facing demands for documents that deadline to turn over all of that information is looming. If those eighty one people and groups don't comply by March eighteenth. Well, then subpoena fights are likely to come next on Capitol Hill today and Ohio teenager square in the middle of the controversy over vaccines. Ethan Linden burger got himself vaccinated at eight..

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"cra" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"cra" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And joins us from the case CRA three weather center. And somebody sent me a picture of a weather person in Florida. This morning who was urging parents address their kids in layers and was very concerned about the coal because it was only going to get into the upper fifties today in Florida, which I suppose as cold for parts of Florida. Yeah. Go ahead layers. Know, we're we're used to that kind of weather around here this time of the year. Well, still I mean, you gotta you gotta take things into consideration. As far as perspective here. You know, Florida used to the woman and even here in California when we get temperatures in the thirties. It gets pretty chilly for us and people when Wisconsin are just laughing at us here. We see that. What do you consider coal temp wise here, it's not so much the temperature? It's when we have the wind gets like yesterday morning, we had temperatures in the forties. But we had that Burris, and I went outside, and that's okay. Because it just strips away any heat you have if you're not bundled up. It just makes for a very cold morning. So he gets the win that gets me temperature wise. I don't mind if we're in the twenty s in the morning as long as I'm layered, and I don't have any wind deal with. It's not too bad. But conditions are going to be warming up again this afternoon. We are we had a daytime high yesterday fifty nine degrees. And I think we're gonna get warmer than that. I think most spots are going to see temperatures ranging in the lower sixties this afternoon with sunny skies, light winds, and then we go over the next couple of days temperature's going to get a little bit warmer. In fact, I think we're gonna be seeing mid sixties as we head through Thursday and Friday, and and as the winds die down we may start seeing some more patchy fog in the mornings, but we'll have that afternoon. Sunshine to warm things up. I'm Casey Arab urologists Turk for Dohrn on NewsRadio cave became. All. Right. Thank you. Dirk forty-one in Folsom right now Lake Tahoe. A little cooler than that twenty five degrees. And we've.

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Emiliano Sala: Search for Cardiff City FC player's plane suspended

A Public Affair

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Emiliano Sala: Search for Cardiff City FC player's plane suspended

"Genital mutilation, which was banned in the country nearly a decade ago. The army and police raided a traditional ceremony after a tip-off that the procedure was due to be carried out on ten women. According to Nigeria has ruled that the leader of the country's main Shia Muslim groups should be granted access to his personal doctors within three years after he was hurt during an army assault on his headquarters. Shaykh Ibrahim zek sake has been detained since his headquarters in the city of Sarah was attacked grant ferret reports a lawyer for the leader of the Islam movement of Nigeria said he needed urgent access to his own medical staff. He told a court in Kaduna that the health of Shaykh Ibrahim Zak Zaki who sixty five was worsening by the day. He said he'd been blinded in one eye. I'm losing sight in the other. He said the shakes wife Zeenat who's also facing trial still had bullets in her. Body from the army assault in December two thousand fifteen. An official inquiry found the Nigerian military killed nearly three hundred fifty people during the operation. The bodies were buried in mass graves grant ferret reporting. This is the world news from the BBC. Tony police have confirmed that the mutilated bodies of two men found last month have been identified as two prominent critics of the time monarchy and the military Gionta cry date Lillard turned another man known only by his last name which were found on the shore of the mckown river in northeast Thailand. The world anti doping agency WADA has decided against reimposing sanctions on Russia, even though Moscow Mr. deadline by more than two weeks to handover data from the laboratory at the center of alleged state sponsored doping Alex capstick CRA ports. It'll be judged by many anti-doping campaign is just another example of water being soft on Russia lifting the ban last September was conditional. On the extraction of data from computer systems inside Moscow's anti-doping the borough tree by the end of December. It was eventually turned over eighteen days late. But although the deadline was missed water has concluded. It's not enough to warrant a fresh suspension. Wanted will undoubtedly frustrate some people water will focus on the fact, they now have information, which they hope can identify competitors. You benefited from one of the biggest cheating scandals in sporting history. Alex capstick an Indian woman who defied threats by right-wing mobs to enter famous Hindu shrine. Our inlaws are now refusing to let her into the house Conaco dura gun. So she's been accused of bringing the family into disrepute by worshiping these Ramallah hilltop temple in the state of Kerala women of childbearing age have traditionally been banned. But last September the supreme court ruled that this was discriminatory. The nominations have been announced for this year's Oscars with the movie streaming service. Netflix getting a best picture nod for the first time for its film Roma directed by all funds. So Koran Roma is the story of a domestic worker in Mexico City in one thousand nine hundred seventy one it's drawn from the director's own

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GOP congressman criticized after baseless vaccine comment

Clark Howard

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

GOP congressman criticized after baseless vaccine comment

"Congressman who has also served as the acting. Director of the consumer financial protection bureau a few hours earlier, former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, took his name out of consideration that a cab county police officer who died last night in the line of duty was engaged in would have celebrated his twenty fifth birthday next week at CRA floors were shot during a traffic. Stop police and first responders

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"cra" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"cra" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"The same goes for a false, a false sense of humility by cra- thinking that. Well, you know, I, I don't wanna. I don't wanna make too big of a deal about my issue because Christians in the Middle East or getting blown up. That's true. But that's also a false sense of humility. God has given you has put on your plate what he is put on your plate, so deal with it, don't that's a false sense of humility to ignore your own issues by saying somebody else's got issues bigger than mine. Yes, see we, oh, we think the pride that's easy to spot is I'm better than everybody else. Okay. The pride that's not so easy to is the. I'm so woke. The, you know that. I need to keep showing you how aware and woke I am of other suffering so that you will then recognize I have a ride in my knowledge of of of of the world. Even when people have been judged in the past still said that he Israelites, I get married. Yeah, you're you're, you're prisoners your slaves. In the meantime, have children. Live life. So this idea that there's a standard that we need to show God. That. We can meet a standard. We artificially create is another way. Of rejecting God standard. Correct. Taking away or adding to God's standard is arrogance either one. Is prideful the us Todd Stor, either one, and I love this term in scripture. Reconciled. That means not some of the things that means all of the things. Must must ultimately come to terms. What the Lord of Evan. Yes, every knee will bow. Every tongue will confess the great reform theologian, Abraham Kuyper. There is not a square foot of this, his creation or which Christ is not claim mine. That's kind of what you're saying. Some of your translations may use terms like redemption more often than reconciliation that were, what does it mean to redeem? Well, when you use a coupon redeem this at your local grocer, I think a lot of go there and they just took this off the price and gave it to us for less than. The manufacturer nother way of saying the creator. Purchased that portion of the price on your behalf that you don't have to pay? That's what it means tone. Yes, Yep. Yep. And just as in in in the coupon example, the manufacturer is the one you pay the debt you owe, but then also pays the debt on your behalf that you also he's on both sides of the equation. That's what Paul's describing here you owe a debt to Christ to God for your sins. He will judge you for them. The good news is if you recognize that he will judge you for them, truly then he will gladly and already has a tone for them at the exact same time for further reading on this. This is what CS Lewis does. Excellent. When he talks about the perfect penitent. Yeah, yeah. It's just fifteen years into this. It'll be fifteen years on September eighteenth. Fifteen years into this walk and what I just explained to you guys. I, I struggled throughout my mind around. You always will just who are, who am I that you would be mindful of me as David says in the psalms, I just am. It's mind boggling. God would do this for me. That's not confusion, though. That's clarity. That's where you need to live point. That's a good point because that notion comes from the recognition of how broken I am right? You remember those moments that you are a sinner. It's so important Christianity. These days has been turned into something that fundamentally does not believe in sin. That's insane. Nobody on this earth, and I'm talking about the guy who got buck naked in the middle of the planet fitness store. Nobody is more insane than the Christian who does not believe in sin that is utter nonsense and blasphemy. Go ahead well on kind of the same token long on the long along the lines of what we've been talking about over the last few minutes, I would submit. I kinda submitted a definition for joy. I think it was last episode. Here's a definition for true humility. True humility is a right view of one's self in light of who you are and what Christ has done for you. Well said, well, this is that's been said in many ways and movie. I know you say, I know things there is a God and I am not him. That's what Aaron is talking about..

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"cra" Discussed on Casting Actors Cast

Casting Actors Cast

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"cra" Discussed on Casting Actors Cast

"Simply a your eight by ten, your head shot on one side, and then you can scribble note or you can stick and paste the dress label. Although I'm not crazy about peel and stick address labels. I think the human touch is always nice thing. Also, you can say, thank you to an audition that you might have had. You might also want to promote a show that you're in. Whether it's a showcase, maybe you've just signed up for a really cool class that you want other people in the industry to know about. That's what the postcard is for just drop it into the mailbox. Now, the thing of it is honestly when I get and I post cards every day. The thing to understand is that it's just kind of a nice way to stay in touch. And that's the way I view them when I received them, but I don't hang onto them. I don't catalogue them. I just look at him. I look at the picture if I don't quite remember who you are. I make that association on glad there were. Working and then I tossed the cart. That's all you should expect from a postcard thinking that the postcard is going to suddenly and dramatically increase. Your additions is really a fool's errand, I think. But again, it's nice professional tool. It keeps me abreast of what your up to without invading my time or my hard drive. If you know what I mean. So that's a postcard. Obviously, we've talked about this. You need to have a eight by ten CRA, fashionable headshot. Please go back onto the website casting, actors cast and click on the headshot. Show that episode I think is chalked full of some really good ideas and things to consider even before you get your first headshot. But if you're considering getting a new one, then maybe that would be a really good podcast for you to get. By the way the websites changed just a little bit of including now all of the pr-. Previous episodes on the separate page, and I'm going to kind of keep the current ones that are up to date on the very first landing page. So you'll see another another icon on the website. So just click through and you'll see all of the previous episodes of casting actors cast. I think that's kind of a great way to to index it for you, catalog it and not, you know waste a lot of screen space or your time and secretly important so that your headshot next on the essential business materials to consider is of course your resume that get stapled onto the back of your head shot. There is a podcast regarding resumes, so I don't wanna take up valuable time here in your time. But again, if this is something that's relatively new for you, please please. Please listen to the podcast about resumes know that they are eight by ten and size, and you have to think about your resume as a one page layout about you. The next business material is what I kind of have a general term for, but there are a lot of elements to it and that's just general stationary. And that includes a CD if you have it of your voice over work or video work, you can have video envelopes. But more importantly, I'm talking about stationary that has your name on it. Now it's not really that unusual for in this day and age to take your brand, whatever your brand is and will be doing podcast about brand. And if you haven't had a really good idea about what that is stay tuned, because we're going to be addressing your brand what your brand is, but it's not unusual for you to consider having a logo either that or your name in a really interesting font, something that represents your personality. So the way you present yourself really is important. In terms of all of those marketing materials that you should consider using. So like for example, when you get your head shot, what font do you use when you slug your name? At the bottom of the page of the head of the photograph say that can really be an effective way of expressing a little element of your personality. In the same way, stationary. Note cards, maybe you have letterhead with a a logo on it..

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A.J. Francis of New York Giants Mom's ashes spilled by TSA

Markley and Van Camp

03:31 min | 3 years ago

A.J. Francis of New York Giants Mom's ashes spilled by TSA

"Here yes but let's do it have you heard about aj francis no me about this story oh my gosh this is crazy so the new york giants aj francis has railing against the tsa and what he is alleging is that agents who conducted an inspection on his checked luggage opened up and wound up spilling a container carrying the cremated remains of his recently deceased mother oh my gosh so he's carrying the earn with her ashes in it suitcase probably just came back from the right burial or whatever they do with the ceremony whatever the tsa winds up looking through his luggage and say you know what we're going to look into this earn a look into the earned they don't close the late all the way so lakes he lands he opens up mom out of the luggage right yeah and mom is spilled all over he's my goodness wow now what happens so he well he's complained why should on twitter very publicly put this out this morning showing the contents of his luggage after the inspection that looks i mean it looks like there are some cra maine's as they're known all over the place and there's a little flyer that the tsa puts in their if you've ever had your luggage search you know and it looks like he just says notice a baggage inspection hey by the way we were looking into what you got what he wrote was hey you pieces of bleep at the tsa next time you bleep feel the need to go through my mother's ashes for no reason make sure you close it backs or remains aren't spilled on all my clothes at least you pieces of garbage can or the least you pieces of garbage can do is your bleeping job wouldn't you carry mom on i would i don't know how i don't know what he wanted i wouldn't wanna get thrown around and they you could staffer in the overhead bin what are you allowed to put that are you allowed to take that through security is my question why honestly don't know the answer i think you could buy couldn't bring an open bottle at pepco bismarck onto the flight no because you've got an open bottle i put it up there when you're going through they open it up rather than put it in your mirror baggage do you wanna go through watching them open up the earn and they would have to test it right they would want to make sure that you're not smuggling some sort of other powdered substance i guess i would assume you have to check that well maybe i don't know i tried carrying on i though i would buy an extra ticket to belter in i would can i carry on yeah chrome maine's on an airplane airlines will yeah it's going to airlines like delta give passengers the option of checking the cremated the cremated remains as carry on item or as checked baggage like typical luggage leaving my site i'm keeping some air other airlines though do require cremated ashes to be sent only via cargo well then you get the homer j simpson they're throwing it around treatment just yeah even worse than anything but that's gotta be that's gotta be just a sickening feeling though if you just right you know you you lost your mom terrible situation yes there there there remain just all over your clothes.

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Republicans hammer FBI over handling of Clinton email probe

WDRC

00:42 sec | 3 years ago

Republicans hammer FBI over handling of Clinton email probe

"Boards getting legislation passed this week florida republican carlos cra bella was a sponsor democrats say legislation is not needed for the president to reverse a zero tolerance policy blamed for family separation while jared helper the bill would face an uncertain future with the senate because it would need some democratic votes to end a filibuster president was heckled by democrats on the hill tuesday night and homeland security secretary kirsten nielsen was chased from a mexican restaurant near the white house by angry protesters secretary nielsen has defended the temporary separation of children from adults crossing the southern border illegally in the house tuesday more tough questions will the justice department's inspector general above the fbi's handling of the clinton email probe congressman trey goudy chairs the house oversight and government reform committee it is not the public's job to prove the bias shown by the fbi did not influence decision making it is the fbi's job to prove to the public that this manifest bias was not outcome determinative and bias and fairness cannot coexist inspector general michael horowitz told the committee he failed the implication that senior fbi employees would take official actions to impact the elections process to.

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Harvey Weinstein to be criminally charged in New York

The Norman Goldman Show

01:42 min | 3 years ago

Harvey Weinstein to be criminally charged in New York

"Harvey weinstein now being charged criminally for months the nypd has said they believe there's enough evidence to arrest and charge harvey weinstein the manhattan da has been working to try to come up with evidence and a case that they said could be proof beyond a reasonable doubt and now appears and as we've been reporting this week a grand jury has been meeting and hearing evidence and that the results of that grand jury work is expected to be announced tomorrow with criminal charges being brought against harvey weinstein wow there's jonathan diesen we think msnbc for that so harvey weinstein now facing criminal charges i'm going to assume that those criminal charges within the statute of limitations and i think it's a reasonable assumption to make because a prosecutor in acting in good faith would never bring criminal charges at a barred by the statute of limitations number one number two from the reporting about harvey weinstein and his really disgraceful babe you're apparently went on for a really long time until even recently so i have reason to to make a reasonable deduction that harvey harvey weinstein harvey weinstein has in fact committed enough of a criminal cra enough of a sexual crime in new york within the statute of limitations too prosecuted to believe that a prosecutor can convince a unanimous jury beyond a reasonable doubt to go get a grand jury indictment and start this process so harvey weinstein is now going to be a criminal defendant in new york and of course you and i will have a whole lot more senior legal analyst time to

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"cra" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"cra" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"A democratic congress house is not is going to do one thing right one you know they'll they'll organized they'll get ready and but it's going to do well i should say two things the only act of thing that they're going to be able to do other than pass legislation that's going to die in the senate assuming the democrats don't don't capture the senate is it's going to stop any legislative activity by the by the republicans including the cra's congressional review act which are very dangerous and it's going to start investigations that's that's all you can expect over the next two years if the democrats take the house and in the fall if they don't not only will you see an acceleration of of of legislative activity because the republicans that they're playing with house money at that point as far as they're concerned but you're also going to see a higher concentration of trump easter's in the house then you have now right there's not going to be all the charlie dance and all the moderates and i have that in quotes all the people who are in in you know you know semi moderate districts they're gone if the if the republicans control it is going to be pure trump us and everybody's gonna wanna taste everybody's going to be a devon nunez and the the the the level of corruption you see is going to be under girded by the house so twenty eighteen elections are hugely important i mean to the extent that we're not spiraling into an abyss anyways let's put it that way i if if it is the case that we're not these are going to be hugely important this is causing there you go ready all right we're gonna take quick break head into the fun f just a reminder this program relies on your support to exist you can become a member by going to join the majority report dot com join the majority report dot com in other words you would join the majority report joined the majority report dot com and in doing so you're supporting the daily show we say thank you by giving you bonus content every day and then you're also part of a very elite group of people who may be may be activated at one point i'm not you know i don't the best peop.

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"cra" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"cra" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"One of the things the big trump administration push for deregulation means is that a lot of the laws that led to those regulations are getting another look one case in point is the community reinvestment act or cr as it's known nineteen seventy seven law that was in part meant to prevent banks from redlining refusing or limiting lending in low income or minority neighborhoods but as marketplace's kimberly adams explains a lot has changed in banking in the past forty years fed vice chair for supervision randall quarrels says it's time to improve the roles for the community reinvestment act the cra for shorthand for one thing banks aren't the only ones lending anymore jesse van tall is with the national community reinvestment coalition we had the rise of independent mortgage companies which are not subject to sierra because the letter of the law refers to taking deposits and sierra is very much based on branch networks but with the rise of new financial technology fintech online lenders and banks may not have branches in the neighborhoods they serve or don't serve says marissa barada on a university of georgia law professor who studies banking it certainly is still the case that black and brown communities in formerly redline areas are getting subpar credit whether that comes through a fintech lender or a bank it's all the same but brick and mortar banks have to adhere to all the cra rules which can include investments and affordable housing and careful tracking of lending to minority groups carolina read studies city and regional planning at the university of california berkeley the question is are they talking about modernizing the cra or are they talking about weakening it.

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"cra" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"cra" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"That and i think tubing's net fiscal policy can can focus on ways to increase attachment to the labour forcing create incentives for more skills and and aptitudes among our labour force and and uh and in greater investment or dna kind of thing that's a healthy thing thank you very much chairman time the jill it has expired the chair no recognize the jeweler from new york mr meeks the cia mr powell malcolm as you know the treasury department is currently undergoing a review of the cra community reinvestment acts regulations and we'll be recommending changes to the banking agencies including the federal reserve so my question to you mr powell is do you believe that a financial firms demonstrated pattern and practice of racial discriminating discrimination and lending should be considered during a c r a examination thank you mr make some so i i'm familiar with that process and i i take the point of it to be what what i am understanding about it is to to inquire into whether cra policies are in fact providing benefits to their intended beneficiaries and i think we're were part of that were were up providing our own input into that process in terms to the answer to your your your question i think it is currently the practice that those that that the victim such considerations are considered in cra exams it is currently but i am concerned that some want the defangs u c r a and take away as part of the process the history as far as discrimination practices and pattern and so that's why i'm asking you since the fed since the treasury will be looking at a new and i'm a fan i think we need updates era but i believe that in looking at cra you should take into consideration once practice in panning of racial discrimination and i'm asking you sir what is your position on that i haven't taken a position on that i i'm i i wanna see though the overall work that comes out of this and evaluator on that basis that i may well come to the view that that you have but i really haven't haven't thought carefully enough about it i i just want to remind you sir that the cra was congress's response to widespread racial discrimination and in the former redlining new york democrat gregory niks one of the primary reasons of the implementation.

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"cra" Discussed on Talking Hoops with Zach Harper

Talking Hoops with Zach Harper

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"cra" Discussed on Talking Hoops with Zach Harper

"He is playing in a better league than the ncaa cra is playing guys who are all conference players who were former nba players and he is dominating them he's in the top 10 in or think he's like second in scoring in the early great now he's in the top 10 in both rebounding and assists and st or now he's in the top 10 in assists steals in the top twenty in rebounding in the euro league which again that's not possible from someone who is nineteen years old who did most of this at eight ten years old this year yeah he's is just incredible he is the best basketball sense from any player that i've scouted since i've been doing us is feel for the games off chart was sam he is european is very caucasian these a european and uh idyllic i get i do understand some of the concerns about explosiveness at the nba level right uh but i also think he so big and strong that i i just think i think guy not guys are going to bounce offer by just things can be able to absorb a lot of contact and he's so skilled that he's going to be able to finish through that contact like go back and watch his game against france in the euro basket competition ought opted he he made gleich evonne foreign yet look awful which is like what an nba player would do right right.

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"cra" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"cra" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Met with in the district talked about how they will required open up a branch or cra purposes and there it's now losing about one hundred thousand dollars a year i think that this speaks to the outdated requirements of the cra when it comes to brick and mortar facilities those physical banks the regulators have increasingly included in their cra examinations criteria this unrelated to the sea already including compliance with other financial laws for consumer regulations that have lost author have their own standards and penalties for violations in my district one example that i heard is that these banks are being subjected to fair lending questions during their cra exams this is a region where she smeg radio programming from changed doubled you she asked me from watched mr sectarian your role as secretary at the at the treasury you envision modernizing the uh the cra to to better suit the needs the financial institutions and the communities that they serve we we do that something we're actually working on now is something that i actually think were focused on really recommendations as to how we can better serve the community i think in in many places uh banks are spending a lot of money and and that they're not going to the right places so we're going to be working with members in the community and banks to try to come up with proposed solutions like the secretary you begun a review of of the cra than we have in do you know when you expect to release findings from the report arm it is over the next couple of months that we we we would hope to be able to do that are there aspects of your recommendations uh that will come out it can be accomplished without rulemaking arm again that's something that is we go through we're going to look at carefully uh some of it we may be able to.

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"cra" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"cra" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Do you believe this is asking you to put your old law professor had on if they didn't make that determination and did not provide that report do you think congress has the authority to come in and passed the rule or pass a law repealing that rule even though it's back to nineteen 96 when the cra past you know i think that that i think it's a possibility i mean one of the things that the cra does i mean of course congress can at any time overrule a regulation with a statute right one of the advantages of the cra is you don't have to have sixty votes in the senate so i think that um you know but i think that you know this is one of those areas where i think it's it's you know it's part of its personally it's congress's responsibility and i think if they if they bring such an action and it comes to the president's desk he could certainly cya bring about those there is a threat to lose control the house and the houses lost ukip zero resolutions and so if it's going to happen it would be best to happen in 2018 but to happen there needs to be focus on what would be the appropriate uh test case and it would be a test case in this is that i ask you to weigh in on not a particular role is it wise to open that door to pass regulations because some of the the buzz i've heard is that we don't doubt that doors open we don't know if we want to open that door what's your opinion on that uh director out um i think you know i think a good question and i get perc said i haven't seen do you know i'm not sure that there is that many rules that we care about that fall into this category i would start by saying that right i had not sure how much of a of a practical concern this is in no one has come forward with some great rules pick didn't complete the standard so i think that one thing to start with also um i do think.

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"cra" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

Monocle 24: The Menu

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"cra" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

"Cra balaji adam deafening able to apply that information here but one of the things that's interesting exciting about running a kalusha brewery is this is all uncharted territory which has been around for three thousand years so basic practices are wellknown but unlike beer where at any stage of brewery expansion is already sort of welldefined book on high should go about that this is all the wild west so that's a lot of experimentation a lotta testing different things and following up on it and have the right mentality for that i think my science backgrounds really helped in getting us to sort of the process understanding we have now i'd love to show you one of the cultures because they're pretty impressive an open up the cover and you're gonna first probably noticed our waft of kind of vinegar smell and then you're going to see our skull be first symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast seats it's easy to big ruggeri map that lives on top not big robbery month their lives on top that's produced by the bacteria the yeast more living on the bottom of the tank but they're all in the solution with the bacteria looks so my slack maybe a layer cal her certainly like that yesterday he's got this name complete cia and that's really confusing to japanese people because combo seaweed i don't think there's a link there we have a threestage fragmentation we ferment first in his tanks i showed in these other tanks here are flavoring tanks so if it's flavored it sits there with that ingredient for a while so there's another firm inpatient stage where it's leaching the things we want out of the flavors on the amount and how finally we chop it and how long we let it steep depends on the ingredients and how it behaves overtime and then there's a third fragmentation in the body of work it's carbonated and so over here i've got a assortment and i thought to be interesting if we try them.

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"cra" Discussed on From 7 to 8 Figures

From 7 to 8 Figures

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"cra" Discussed on From 7 to 8 Figures

"But i i took that doortodoor comptency and a transition to eventually we were doing the access control and surveillance for amazoncom matt cosmetics subway franchises bowling subcontractors i balanced ford from that still with doortodoor brought the iron dome over here to america with his company sarah cra incredible opportunity made lifelong friends there bounced forward creative solar company that became one of the largest installers and finances in my state and then we expanded into five more states see i took that iron bar and i went from iron bar to horseshoe to needles to watch springs how can you do that you've got to not be so step in the right to remember the coffin with no ends don't get still stuck in the right the you don't see the opportunity outside of do you remember what i did after solar that is what got me all the press i too doortodoor online my thesis was no one's going quote doortodoor online are screened to screen the vast majority is query based its amazon marketing it's seo scmp see your waiting for people don't want it would if you could knock on their screen show them why they wanted an insult perceived value i did that broken million bucks ninety days to nine and a hundred needed is balanced forward finalizing an acquisition that's an eightfigure sellout crowd now a year less than a year from one i started that's going to be released soon the details of that will be made public and if i can do it you can do with anybody can do it and i bounced ford from their understanding i'm going to talk more about this tomorrow.

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"cra" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"cra" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"That running a business or any business really is an easy thing and i can attest to that exactly and one other thing i just wanted to say what we're talking about this as i don't wanna make it seem like if you are breeding hair or doing hair in your kitchen and taking money under the table that year somehow not doing that and i don't want to sound judge mental around that because that's certainly the situation of the person it as my hair but i think that if you want to be able to come out of the shadows and be a full member of the at your local economic community you should be able to have that right and so it's definitely something to look into with your chamber of commerce or your i guess in dc was the cra like regulatory affairs and go talk to the small business resources like the small business association and inquire about how your state measures up to texas or texas has now made it much more appealing i think for hair breeders to open their business there yes so if your hair raider maybe go to texas so what's been happening with that i i believe she her website is naturally isis dot com what's been happening with isis brantley well as much as we just spent this entire episode talking about how great she is courageous she is i would be remiss to not mentioned this he did get in a little bit of hot water last year she was putting together a natural hair rally and she booked racial dole thou two headline this rally to a lot of outcry and you already know if you listen to our other episode around hair you already know i have very strong feelings about miss dole's al but i have to say her hair always looks great on point after the whole thing happened with hurricane losing her job is teaching job she said that she was sustaining herself vibrating here out of her apartment which i gotta say i mean she knew what she was doing right i mean.

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