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Accepting Yourself Plus Others
"One of the most important. Ways to. achieve a true sense of inner peace. And this is what I discovered after doing a little research. It won't surprise you. But again, and again, gratitude. Kept coming up as one of the best. Most effective ways to feel at peace. And I think it's because when you feel a sense of gratitude. You accept where you are in life and I think that's why mindfulness and meditation are so powerful at helping you cultivate peace because you learn to finally accept year South Many people ask me. What is the biggest benefit? I've received from my own meditation ritual over the years. And I tell them that meditation has helped me become more confident. And this often surprises people. But when you think about it When you honor yourself when you show up for yourself day in and day out. You began to trust yourself and respect how your living your life. You Begin to notice that you respond to stress in a much better way. So you feel much more capable. And content. So as you get ready to meditate today. I want to share the case upon Dra with you. You can take a look at how it's done again on the. FACEBOOK or INSTAGRAM PAGES I. Share. The mood tra-. there. So this is a simple merger to do. You simply hold your hands at your chest and wine your fingers together. and. Then take your index fingers and stretch them upward. So they're pressing against each other. And then take your left thumb and place it over your right them. This is the case upon a mood dry and what this new dry is reported to help you experience is. A. Release. A release of tension. Or stress or pain whatever you're wanting to let go of. And then. It draws an what you see what you need. So focusing on piece this week. You can maybe let go of tension and bring into your day. Piece. and. If you settle yourself down now and get ready to meditate. I invite you to bring to mind. Your challenge this week every week I issue a challenge. Your challenge this week is to. Cultivate your own piece and then to share your piece. So I'd like you now to bring to mind someone. Some group situation. You'd like to share your peace with. You'd like to uplift the situation or the person with peace. So bring it to mind. And I cultivate this peace within yourself. You can let go. Using your breath. Your tension and anxiety inhale and exhale. Through your nose. And allow your breath to calm down naturally at your own pace. And Begin to notice where you experience peace within. Maybe you hold your peace at your chest, you feel your heart expand. Maybe you feel a smile. Relax your face. Or your eyes are naturally uplifted. You may notice your spine straight and. Notice. Your piece and go deeply into this place of peace. Sit in stillness shareen your piece.
"dras" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast
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"dras" Discussed on Liberaleren Podcast
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Joe Horrigan leaves Pro Football Hall of Fame after 42 years
"Joe Horrigan. Yes. Forty two years, the keeper of the flame at the pro football fame his last day on the job as yesterday. Mean so would you see the buildings still standing? I don't know. Personally held it up in confirmed. But one of the nicest sweetest guys. ESPN did a story about have over the weekend. I mean he has been doing everything for the hall of fame. And in terms of a great story when we first. When we. Like the sweetest man he would be the ones calling the hall of famers on the phone to let them know. A couple times doing pretty cool, rich because. Yeah, because we all right? So I'll tell story here. So we're on the air in, in Houston, Texas, at the Super Bowl for Super Bowl thirty eight our first one we ever did. Okay. Or the calendar year two thousand four NFL season two thousand three year that the patriots. The panthers. And then we watched them beat the eagles the next year Jacksonville. So reason why I'm bringing this up is our set was right near in the convention center, I ever NFL total axis set right near the main convention center dra- hall like the largest room in the convention center where they held all the press conferences, including for the pro football hall of fame. Now all you folks out there. No, the pro football hall of fame class is announced now at the NFL honors they try to keep it quiet. David Baker, the president of the pro football hall of fame walks around and knocks on doors of hotel rooms were all the eligible finalists are holed up with their families hoping to hear that knock on the door, and it's created some really amazing video moments where David Baker lets the players know that. They're now fully enshrined. They're immortal. It's like a very nice. It's, it's like a publisher's clearinghouse moment without the check. Right. So that's the way it's done now. And they try and keep that quiet until it's announced that the NFL honors a used to be they just announced in the press conference. That's it. And the players who were finalists were invited to the Super Bowl city and those that thought they were gonna make it showed up. Others were working on TV in many other parts of their their lives. There were working professionally at the Super Bowl and for just happened to be there, and some just wouldn't show because they didn't wanna show up to the host city and then find out they didn't make it. It's expensive. You know, and it stinks. I remember one year Warren Moon. Told me the year he got in Warren Moon. Was in town, and he was driving in a car. Somewhere around the city. I forget, what city was announced he was ending his driving in a car, and he was either going to get the phone call from the hall to say that he was in and he'd show up at the convention center drive convention center, or you didn't get the call, Dr the airport. Town. So that's the way it used to be. We're sitting there. And our green room was right next to our NFL, total access at, and John Elway and Barry Sanders, went in that year together. Jill. Look that up for me, make sure that this might not a pulling this story here. Was it? John Elway in Barry Sanders. Think went into the same pro football hall of fame class in the summer of two thousand four. And they were announced N Houston together, and they were. Correct. And they were in our green room. They were in our green room, just chilling out before they were being brought into the draft hall into the into the convention center, press conference hall room. And being announced. And we got an idea at the NFL network. You know what? Let's make this a thing. Like we had video of them waiting, and just we could have interviewed them and like, okay so players are here. And the press conference is going there. Let's televise the press conference. So the next year, I was the host of the press conference, and it was. Difficult. Tap dancing for me when I'm up there and hard-bitten media of the NFL world was used to just having the announcement happen. Right. And those who were there showing up and they'd be there, and they'd find out the rest of them. Instead, we just drew. We I think I kinda Jim great it like we try to draw out and the people in the room. The media members room really getting pissed off. So next year, it was just like we're gonna nounce them and wait for the people to come and show up, and then I would interview them, but sometimes it would take them five ten minutes to get to the convention center. And then the meantime, we would Joe would get the guys who was not who are not there on the phone for me to interview live. I remember those. Joe a couple of times me on live NFL network television. Just trying to tap. That's I forget the name of the guy, you don't have to look it up either. He was a veterans committee. And shrining who had been out of public life for very long time. And I'll be honest with you, who I never heard of I had no idea, he played like it was really from a long time ago. But we were so desperate to fill time. Joe got him on the phone. I don't wanna say. Joe got the guy on the phone, and as we're coming back from commercial break, he tells me, so and so's on the phone, but he probably can only answer questions because he has dimension. Mike ally. Gosh and Joe then ran away. Because he had another phone call to make. Sweetheart. I mean this guy is just so and I just was okay. You know, this is a great moment for this man, I asked him a couple of questions. He was able to actually answer them. But Joe gave me that nice little heads up. You know, hey, just right heads up for you. I may not be able to answer a single question. Guy. 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Bill, Mississippi And Texas discussed on Guys We F****d
"You might have heard the New York Times in an article. There was a failed Texas Bill last week that would have made the death penalty possible in abortion cases. So that's a fun twist could use to that Kong. This person's time. Yeah. And like, so obviously, it's great that it failed. But the fact that it's even it was even like brought up and taken seriously enough that there's articles about it. And that there was fear about it actually being passed is scary. So Bill considered by members of the Texas house of representatives last week would have criminalized abortions and opens up the possibility for women and physicians to receive the death penalty, the legislation appeared to have no chance of progressing after the Republican chairman of the committee that heard testimony about the Bill cleared. His opposition. The Bill would have allowed women who obtained an abortion or doctors who performed one to be charged with assault or criminal homicide. The latter of which is punishable by death in Texas. It would have allowed no exceptions for abortions in cases of rape. Or when the health of the mother is at risk despite the bills apparent failure. It was a stark example of the kind of proposed abortion bans that challenge. Federal jude. Bischel precedent that are under consideration in states legislatures across the country. So that's part one, which is real fun. And then a lot of you have been talking about or pointing out the fetal heartbeat bills. That are being passed kind of everywhere. If you're confused about what that is. If you've heard people talking about it. It's just a form of proposed abortion legislation in the US that makes abortions illegal as soon as the fetus's heartbeat can be detective detected because they're arguing that is soon as you hear human heartbeat. That's enough to indicate that it's a human being at cetera at sub DRA. Obviously. No one's listening to that. With animals. That's a personal thing that I'm just gonna put their we're just we just kill everyone and everything and then so that was pending in Ohio and Ohio. Did unfortunately pass the heartbeat Bill, which means that it could be like six weeks into a pregnancy that you can detect a heartbeat. And a lot of women don't even know that they are pregnant by then, of course, Kentucky and Mississippi have already adopted similar laws, and there's a Georgia Bill. That's a waiting being passed. And it's probably going to be passed like next month the Mississippi law takes effect in July. So if you're in Mississippi, you know, this is things to be I guess if you're planning and working. Yeah. If you're planning an abortion, you'd better get
"dras" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Yeah. So I think the engine is usable. Yeah. Looked pretty melty. I it did. But I think the only thing that melted was the timing cover and the the top of it. So which is all plastic the manifold all that stuff is just plastic. So I shipped out a way to video. Yeah. I took it out. And and I've chipped everything away. And it's it's actually not bad. I need to put anytime built on it. And I it's a only hoses. I think of course. Yeah. Yeah. All the gaskets and stuff we're going to be replacing everything that wasn't metal. Are you gonna completely apart and rebuilding not necessarily? So I put a Boris go down in the cylinder. And I was worried about water because you know, obviously, there's a lot of water going into it. When they. Yeah. That that's the engine. So that's after I cleaned it up. And it doesn't look that bad. Like, I took the valve cover off. It looks brand new and I took a hell on fire for you. Few minutes. But it was a good fire. Yeah. I'm not gonna play it down. Not very healthy fire. What's interesting scale zero to sell them. Andrea. Might be it might have been as bad as Solomon Dras fire by that. So everybody on the internet. It's been talking to me about that. Here's here's the thing. I don't have a million dollars. So that would salvage Senna's going for probably there. One point five million. You you're gonna knock off five hundred grand, and then call it a day -pletely melt it set Billy. Billy, literally, thousands of people have given me Melrose car. Let me tell you something right now. I wouldn't give you six bucks for that fucking melted hunk shit. Right. I'd give I give you ten. I'd get. Well, I'll give you. I'll take out sell that wheel on EBay for like a g exactly can you imagine. How hard it would be to put carbon fiber that McClay. Like, this is how many of them they make. It's not happy. That people think that you can just take this car go to harbor freight, and then have it done in a weekend like this past saving unless it's a parts car for some other center, which is never going to happen or some guy with fixed, a McClair home when fuck in Tyler Hoover's, Claire and goes to shit, and you buy it for twelve bucks. No. So I I like your grafting on this roof. You have to make sure I mean, if you want to the east side is to the millimeter perfectly aligned straight perfectly welded. And then when you well that that it doesn't like heat up in war, right? Really challenging. So forget this shit with molding carbon-fiber back together. You need to have a billion dollar facility to do any of this. Then you buy one, exactly. It was just afford. And then you know, when you pose since the convertible top on this was trashed anyway to buy completely new top and mechanism which is insanely expensive. Right. So on the ground up, and maybe not more. I don't like the way it looks. So honestly, if I buy another because I bought this one for eighteen grand. If I buy another one, let's say cost twenty I'm into at thirty eight and I have a what is essentially a complete car, and I just have to put it back together. That's not too bad. And it's something that I can do from the ground up. So I can do my own paint. I do wanna put a turbo kit on it. Well, a turbo setup. Then I wanna do apparently they can handle a decent amount of power. So we'll probably get up to like five fifty range drove a three forty eight that had twin turbos on of fucking animal. Well, that's I watched that video swing times. And that's that's what's the medicine. I that's a real good video Steve Maxwell built it San Diego. And it was unreal. Yeah..
"dras" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I don't really understand. Kim didn't wanna talk for this story, but I was able to chat with Cathy Cox. Georgia's secretary of state from nineteen ninety nine to two thousand seven a democrat. She oversaw the statewide roll out of touch screen machines in the early two thousands. And unlike every cybersecurity expert I've ever talked to she's critical of paper ballots from dead people voting to ballot boxes showing up in the bottom of a lake. They're just so many opportunities limited truly only by ones imagination to commit fraud on a paper ballot. She also said that even the Logan's findings for troubling. They're different from a problem with the voting machines themselves, a breach into a voter registration system is not a breach into the voting system in Georgia because those are two distinctly different systems distinctly different secured systems. It's worth noting that cyber experts disagree with this strongly. That Bernhardt is a PHD student at the university of Michigan. He studies DRA's and their vulnerabilities that says the problem of Georgia system is that unlike a lot of other states it's all interconnected like giant tree. He told me the secretary of state's office is the roots. Your counties are like the upper branches and your precincts are like little leads. So really, you can inject information or inject, basically. Now, we're a virus into any part of this tree. The way to set up is that that virus could get transmitted to every other part of the tree. Not long after Logan downloaded all that data. A second time. Some election integrity groups filed a complaint against Brian Kemp for violating Georgia's constitutional rights to have their ballots counted correctly. They asked Georgia to switch to paper ballots before the November midterms. There is a hearing in September in federal court in Atlanta. It was grueling took all day you had cyber experts on one side explaining why Georgia's system is so vulnerable one of them even hacked voting machine right there in the courtroom on the other side were Kemp's people telling the cyber experts. Hey, you don't understand how Georgia's system works a few days after this hearing a federal judge deciding against adopting paper ballots over electronic wines for the mid-term elections. Judge Amy totenberg filed an order in favor of Brian Kemp. She wrote that switching to paper ballots just weeks before an election would create total chaos, but she also spent dozens and dozens of pages validating the testimony of cyber experts and scolding the state..
"dras" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Around the world, counterintelligence wars rumors of wars things. Go poop, guns, etc. All that kind of stuff and I got to start. I think I think speaking let me see if he texts me speaking for the fork reporter in myself Nielsen Vedran, I at our survey survey DRA, I'd never I've I rarely meet the guy, but we went to dinner with Burbank. Fire department station number twelve where it is right up Hollywood way just past for do go at the station. Yeah. They've got a truck truck truck, you know, the hook and live the big giant thing. Then they've got. It's also over there has Matt is and there was no has met. I just mean, it's where there were the has met response thing is really really nice place. And the the chief was there, and they were gonna it was going to be. Rahman night. And then, but then I knew I knew that the shield the way to kick up the game notch was to say, oh, well, you know, I might I might invite the fork reporter along. And so the the bar was Ray, no kidding. Yes, sir. I totally. I was like, oh, yeah. Whatever whatever you want to make, you know, I don't mind Rahman, but you know, whatever. And so I said, oh, do you mind if I drag a friend along and so so they made they made a pork ribs, which fell off the bone air. Amazing. And then they had macaroni and cheese made the correct way with a crust and with bacon. And then some asparagus instead with really really get real real simple. I hate that phrase comfort food guy. Yeah. And. I hate that. Because that's like, I'm having clam chowder. Oh, comfort food. No. It's dice clams in in tomato broth is called Manhattan style. Yeah. Hit comfort food. And and but it was really really really good. A good crew of chaps, and we got a tour. It was really really fun. And so we we thank them. And I brought I brought him some eggs about him some farm fresh eggs because I pay my way in this world damn it. But for the fire station. Wow. The next step. And also the chief was a I'm such a D. I forget his name. But a really really good guy. And we were and I I gotta say in a situation like this because they have to trust us. We trust them. We had we had to make it really clear. Listen, you know, what we talk about? Here stays here. We can we can we can all tell stories and I used to be used to work in the ER and the stat lab for the university of Washington medical center on the campus of you'd up and I used to work graveyard midnight to eight because I was starting graduate school. And so I would I would I changed my life completely to where I slept in the day that I worked at night. And then off I go to my classes from like eight to ten so it's a pretty good schedule. So I saw all kinds of things up people's butts. All kinds of college students or people who are closest to that hospital. Everyone a little story you ever hear an ER nurse talking about people who come in with different things up their bus. All absolutely true. And in the case of young men, there's another particularly nasty habit. The young men have which is I wonder if that thing over there. I wonder if that's shop vac. We'll simulate. Okay. So anyway, we we we we we all agreed that what happens at station twelve stays at station twelve and so city fire, right? Yeah, burbank. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Oh, hell hell, you Burbank is it's a great little towns of very well kept secret Burbank is basically a small town surrounded by Los Angeles. And so so so we we traded stories, and I didn't know they had they had a story that I can never tell on the air. I never heard of anything like it, all and. And it was it shall I go to the grave with me as far as on the radio goes. But I'll tell you the break cool and Neil heard it too. And so we we all we we are sworn to secrecy. But it's a good good crew of chaps did Neil. Thank the firefighter and congratulate them on their food effort. He threw it across the table. He said he wouldn't he said, it's ironic. It's made of pig because he wouldn't faded to a pig. I'm sitting there covering up for him going. He's not normally like this. You just got off work. He's had a few K the he was reviewing beers for the sanitary. He's he gets like this today. The yeah. Just. Yes. So Neil, just like I say, you know, he he wouldn't let anyone else even eat the food. And all that it was it was I'm glad I'm glad I was there. Yeah. Yeah. That's so I might be exaggerating a tiny bit. No. I think I think he liked it as much as I did. And then we that's the other thing about firemen is that we're all sitting your trading recipes and the funniest part about like getting getting a bunch of dudes together, you know, eating ribs. And all that. And this is you know, they're on duty. There's no alcohol. There's no alcohol in the station. It's not nothing like that sound like we blow you do. We brought a mini cake something like that. We're sitting there drinking water in gigantic tumblers. But then again, Burbank has some water department some of the best water in the west coast. And so so we're we're why we winds up we're sitting here talking about food. You know? So you have all these, you know, you know buff. You know, firemen games ago. I'm sorry. Let me get that pepper for you. And we're trading recipes like knitting, circle or something. It's it's funny. There are no dogs. No one no Dalmatians. No pets whatsoever. And all that. But but a lot of fun get good guys. So I we're really grateful for the invite in great. We could. We're very very appreciative of the hospitality shown to us and bring a pie or anything. They had pie. I had to go to get here. And then they hit me with. Hey, you're leaving before the pie. And I'm not sure if Neil stayed for the fire, but they had they had pie even. And so it was and the chief was a really really good guy. He's in any. I gotta say putting myself in his shoes. You're the chief of the Burbank. Fire department and to to grab ass radio. Guys. Are you know, we may as well be the wacky morning show of like of Smith and Wesson on country one zero three cat country FM Modesto, and he lets us come in there. We didn't have to sign a release. No disclaimers. We didn't have to take an old or whatever. Nothing like that. He had to media guys sitting there in his in a station house, and we're just shooting. Yes. Just shooting the crap. Tom lenihan? Yeah. I guess and he's a Burbank guy all the way and he's pretty new to the gig. And and so, yeah, he he, you know, when when someone trusts us like that, we reward we reward the trust can we we'd love to go back some time. Maybe maybe me Neil. And I will do the cooking. Ooh. Next time that that would be the offers. So anyway, big big thanks to the and I don't get away. I it is the bef it's the suburban fire department. You know, and I know there were no wacky shirts said said, we're a BF D or anything. I would have thought they'd be wearing you some workouts. Tattoos. No, no. I you know, what? They came in from a call. They took their kid off. They're wearing short sleeved shirts. Tat's? I didn't see any tasks nothing. Not not must not be the firemen thing. So so anyway, let a lot of fun. All right. When we come back. I'm really holding back on launching into my tirade about I man now, but you have to wait till the third hour because there are more pressing matters in the world tonight, and whether or not a movie extraordinarily inaccurate movie did such a disservice to Neil Armstrong that it's actually an insult to. I'm not saying that's what the movie is. You have to wait 'til till ten to hear me L acute on that a little more. It is at our secret place. What really happened in that consulate in Istanbul a little over a week ago? We're getting a few more details, but we are getting details. But are they true or are the Turks and the Saudis both engaging in this? Information that and more coming up KFI AM, six forty more stimulating talk dark secret place. Michael Japan with news, someone has been shot in the leg. Hollywood Boulevard in Saint was placed in Hollywood this shots fired at about two fifteen this afternoon. The shooter apparently got away in a two door nine hundred ninety s silver Honda or Acura, a goodwill store had to be evacuated in San Diego County when somebody reported the found.
"dras" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Johnson runs a foundation that studies, this era in history, and I was just happy to have found a way to get this history lesson in my book. Were there things that you have. Had on a note pad that you thought I'm gonna find somebody for these ones because these ones are things that I think about all the time. Yes, I don't know about all the time. I think that because I have the gist podcast and because I have all the, you know, there's a lot occupying my mental space. Sometimes you're reading the Wall Street Journal. Yeah. Well, you know this, you have you have a few outlets and so I would imagine, well, I don't know. That's an interesting question. Like, do you just randomly think of ideas and then say, this can go in that show or this can go in the other show, or do you kind of start thinking about a show and then generating ideas for the show Mike, you you presume that I think, yes. So to answer your question, what I really did was I contacted smart people who'd write good chapters and I said to them, hey, Robert Siegel, what do you wanna do? Hey, Stephan fats is what he wanted to do, and I got out fifteen to seventeen chapters that way. And then I began back felling it with well, we need a good hockey. Chapter Katie Baker is a great writer. Wanna write about wing Gretzky. The answer is yes. And then with sometimes it was just serendipity. I kind of thought Nate Demeo who does the memory palace podcasts would be good to write a chapter because I know he's very funny and they know he wrote the book about Ponti the fake history of parks and rec. And so he's very good with fooling people into thinking that this thing that didn't happen really did. So on a lark I gave a gave him a call and Demeo said, what if the Olympics had never dropped tug of war? And I literally said, I've never thought of that. But clearly you have gopher. What was the topic that surprised you the most? I would say it's the chapter on the net Sweetwater Clifton because I had never even known that this you dra- basketball jamboree had ever existed and the implications of it. But then I don't know if you know John boys from nation, he's just a brilliantly insane, funny guy. So I would say it was surprising when he when I said, would you like to write a chapter? And then maybe a day and a half later he gave me this fully formed chapter, and it was what if the basketball Rim's were smaller than the basketball. Seems like it would be problematic, Mike. Well, every game in the history of the league has ended in zero zero tie. Except the one that he provides the expansive TBS transcript for the the one game where there was a goal tending. I don't wanna ruin things Belichick say Reggie Miller is as pedantic. If the ball can't go in as if the ball could. I enjoy reading about my favorite basketball team. The Golden State Warriors a team, which I hasten to point out because it's two thousand eighteen has been my favorite basketball team since the late nineteen eighties travelling in time to face the great teams of the past. Yes. Can you tell me about that thought experiment? So this was the last chapter added to the book, and let me tell you what occasioned this chapter. It was the fact that the Golden State Warriors are great, and we'd like to try to quantify how much greatness they have within them. But more the proximate cause as the historians might say, was that Ethan Sherwood? Strauss was fired by ESPN. There was this round of firings, and I immediately said terrible for Ethan, horrible for sports writing. General warriors coach, Steve Kerr, actually weighed in opining that ESPN was stupid to fire Ethan. But since he was now a free agent, if I learned nothing else from. Sports got to pick up the free agents when they're on the market. I said, Ethan, would you like to do this?.
"dras" Discussed on Bad Voltage
"Corner or a business Vanezis don't forget that Lennox, foundation is. Coober nettie. At all? I guess. But yeah, nonetheless, I mean, this is a good thing regardless. Right? Yep. Well, I think if I remember right, was it ten tencent joined the recently as well, which is a fairly major deal. So I mean, the lyrics foundation is growing like crazy, but I think they do. I think they do good work so gang the buy in from large companies which was always there. Yeah, underlying approach to the thing I am. I am actually like fuchsias really interesting to me. This is nothing to do the left, but just. You know, I'm keeping an eye on this. I think it's interesting watching this kind of grow to bed. So Google definitely seemed to be placing their bets on. So it's still very small though in the company from what I understand something about this the other day. So never tried it. I have one. So I read this interesting blog post from this guy called Jackson Cunningham. And basically what happened is he got banned from ebb and he inquired about why. And they refused to tell him. He went through the process. Number of times tries to get information back and they said, you're band and we're not going to tell you what your band and this blog post is kind of interesting because he basically says, should that be some kind of. Should that be some kind of. Like a clearinghouse for Joop process for for these kinds of incidents where you know you have these digital services, this kind of relates to to segment about, you know, when you die, like digital footprint is so fundamental to our lives that if you get banned from a service, you can have pretty severe implications now for Ebi for less of an implication than if you get burned on Google g. DRA g. suite or something along those lines, but should that be regulation that relates to this because it sounds like from what I've read that Ebi kind of shitty in this area, that has been a number of incidents where this kind of thing is happened. What people have been banned and they haven't been given a reason why. It's Airbnb. I think it's tech companies in general are just not very good at customer service, especially in person customer service. And the kind of the broader question is, is there a point where tech companies become so pervasive? Pervasive and just everyday life that they at least user some kind of explanation or warning before they're just silently band, there's no process for refuting what happened or even verifying that the correct person was banned, etc. There's no. I mean, it's not due process as an illegal thing, but there's just really no process at all. So is there a point where service is so pervasive that it should be mandatory? There are a whole bunch of rules apply to this kind of thing, but they applied to the government and the public sector. We spent years and years and years decades building blows about how the government could deny you, but they called us. We're gonna throw you going to tell you why low guests stuffed go things on free information. Silence. Always just applies to the government. Now there are huge companies with this pervasive fact, and they're increasingly taking on. I semi public semi infrastructural role. Yes, Arthur turning into utilities, you could argue? Yes, absolutely. I think therefore, yeah, whole bunch of this stuff all to apply. They just hype w product company, but I'll tell you anything. I don't think we have this discussion about the right to be forgotten about with. Age, Google pervasive enough that that it can be genuinely damaging to you to have stuff stood up that you know when they're all things like the statute of limitations on crimes, but not on stuff that was reported about you in Google news and this to me all part and parcel of the same thing, I think, yeah, these companies we sent to the utilities. Deaf sub of the rules that apply around things. We've mentioned around things noticed, capriciously, denying people refusing to tell you about it. I think they absolutely should apply. And what's interesting in in this case with this Jack Cunningham guys, it sounds like he had a long history of saying in Abby properties, and you know, there are no issues and all the rest of it, and then it just seemed like he was done and that's it..
"dras" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Right and we talked about this last hour but snell has the best dra in the american league he's the only pitcher in seventeen years to lead the american league in era in the first half of the season and not being all star the last guy seventeen years ago pedro martinez and he's got a better pitching war than eight starters selected to the game right man james ward could not be more wrong the outrage israel and is legitimate and it's righteous number four since the warriors added big man demarcus cousins to their squad last week many have shown their displeasure with the team's dominance and lack of parody around the league legendary nba player julius erving to that list as he had this say when appearing on siriusxm mba radio over the weekend it somewhat appalling i think i think the bottom run of the league has no chance of getting to the top parody in the nba as healthy for the league as it is for all professional sports leagues and you know the super super teams so like the yankees were back fifty sixty whatever you know they go out and get reggie jackson dave winfield or whatever they want to championship well was this to lose because they were the only super team doing that and had a dynasty and now we see it now we see them basketball for golden state bogey and you already got four guys who the top twenty in the league now you got five who in the top twenty in the league cup twenty five in the league at worse or whatever i think something needs to be adjusted i'm not gonna argue with dr j he's absolutely right the problem is that there's nothing that could be done unless adam silver is going to wield power he doesn't possess in violate the terms of the dr j you and me and the rest of us are stuck with a lack of parody in a sport that in his last agreement was supposed to design a plan that gave us more parody not less number five in sunday's a basketball game between chicago's ra wf lettuce and the houston raptors which took place in amerson georgia mayhem ensued when members of chicago's ari w fought with referees as seen in several video several members of the team were throwing punches at an official who called a late technical foul on them other officials got involved in the fight as well yeah this is ugly and awful and there's a lot of places you could turn to for perspective i'm gonna go i'm gonna turn to one of my favorite people in the business frank martin who tweeted about this and frank's a friend we've had him on the show i've known frank for man i guess ten ten years or however long ago he was he started at at k state but if you don't teach young people how to respect adults then we're failing those young people as much as they're feeling what the game is about these are at the end of the day young kids playing a sport where they are heaped with agile nation where they are told they're never wrong and i'll go back to a story and frankly if you're listen i love you man but and this is before frank but i know frank likes mike beasley a lot and hate when i when i rag on the guy but i can remember when michael beasley before he was a k state was being recruited was that in a event cubes tournament down louisville and i went down a story on him because he thought he was going to end up in the kansas city area i worked at the kansas city star and i follow him around he was you know they send out press releases to people like me when you're when you know where these athletes are going as a sixteen or seventeen year old kid mike beasley in a bunch of.
"dras" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"True but complicating things even further guan decay wasn't fluent in english and his polygraph results were only studied by englishspeaking examiners and it's clear that innocent or not one deka was an easy target for police force desperately searching for someone to pin the crime on as we'll discuss next week gary condit the other most likely suspect was looking less and less likely by the week one decay on the other hand had a record of assault and abuse was in the country illegally and didn't speak enough english to properly make a case of his own innocence nuke and see how this could be perfect fall guy for dc metro that still the shawn ray levy case sat unsold for years one decay was still in prison for his assault of the two other women in rock creek park and condit had been publicly disgraced for his involvement but no one face justice for sean dras murder or at least not until two thousand nine eight years after sean ra's death and long after her name had faded from the public consciousness bombshell article by the washington post delving into the mishandling of shoulders case by dc police reignited public interest in solving the case and ingmar on decay was finally brought to trial for her murder he was charged with six counts including kidnapping first degree murder and first degree sexual abuse he pled not guilty to all counts most of the evidence against gandhi gate was circumstantial including testimony from the two joggers he attacked and rock creek park and robert levy shawna's father who refuted his earlier claims that condit was behind his daughter's murder in his own words robert claim that he thought condit was guilty until he found out about quantity k although the evidence was thin it was enough for the jury.
Abby Lee Miller Is ‘Not Out of the Woods Yet’ as She Faces Preliminary Cancer Diagnosis
"Yeah you didn't even watch of union is it well i didn't watch most recent episode yet oh it's so good beverly hills honestly whatever's on is usually my number one but just in terms of like tightness step back looking at it from an aerial what gave me the most to work with this franchise on an offscreen and that was your house was lanta for me it's just as trails yeah i i don't follow anyone from atlanta i don't know if i felt okay my brielle kim nina bro and i used to healthy drop but she needs justice i met for each and i loved her makes me love dra the point sky points guys best friends with asia that i met her yeah and she's he's just like she was great she was so nice and entering and she's like my height so i appreciate people short because we just see the world from a different view yeah anyways this next story is like sad like conflicting abby lee miller has been diagnosed with non hodgkinson foam doctor says one day after going emergency surgery for what was initially thought to be a spinal infection abby lee miller has been premera preliminary diagnosed with non hundreds and foam cancer that develops in the paddock system people confirms it was not an infection it was a type of non hundred som foam it's type of cancer we're getting oncologists involved and we have to figure out what the next steps are as far as chemotherapy or radiation or more spine surgery depending on the tumor type depending on the sensitivity of the tumor just depends the type but i feel more than us you undergo chemotherapy radiation that's really sad and also like now that thing so that she went to jail so obviously like people are up in arms like she went to jail for a non violent crime like she taxes.
"dras" Discussed on Starting9
"Wait i said ale yeah because you read a ale read what you it said see it right there l does say l tough break not getting out damn so i even back to fix it to i know and you fuck it up again because you ready to get read it twice i fixed the games back it said three and a half it's too because now updated now's tuna okay yeah boy wars so self sufficient amazing in all of baseball in bullpen dra right seven in baseball for starters yaris that godly bins training absolute fucking magic my god i believe it was greg palumbo of the san francisco giants who in a post game interview said yo oh that's the best curveball i've ever seen because you see it and then it just completely disappears it's gone i didn't have a chance that's that's that says a lot all right guys talking about this is the best shit i so zach godly has been own godly on the mound patrick corbin just a cool mild fourteen point two k per nine one eight nine strikeouts in eighteen thirty eight eighteen twenty nine fucking knockouts thanks for coming out and only four walks two or are you even bring it a fucking bad up there with you what are you doing my god taiwan walker quiet all right quietly producing hopefully he stays if he can say healthy i'm still waiting for taiwan to have that breakout season feel like he's like the fucking greg.
"dras" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To to protect actors and indiscreet actors guild amac dra as an actor do feel like unions have been there in the past to protect you from this in your industry my unions arm i never reported to my union because i didn't think the policies were in place because there's not there wasn't independence in the reporting process and i feel like if there's if there is not an independent party whose reporting and investigating thus they'll there there could be conflicts of interests which will muddy the results um and it wasn't clear to me what punitive measures were in place and if there were punitive measures in place what was the metric of that you want to be sure that someone who's been accused is entitled to do process so it's very important to me that there is a very clear policy in place rather than something amorphous and that constantlyshifting so they have after a general those units with booed i am whether it's it's it's a major major union for for actors in this country coming up now saying that they're going to have a tolerance policy when it comes sexual harassment and assault if he doesn't is on the radio you're just gonna shrugged their shoulders how do you feel about that i mean i think it's first of all i believe that there are such goodwill with an actor to change things and i they they need to so i'm happy that they've taken a step forward but really what is a code of conduct i mean when we look at the application of it in uh through legal mechanisms this is not a legally binding document what what kind of punitive measures are in place i believe a.
"dras" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast
"John fox and mitchell dra bisky just like it's a totally different situation than it was early in the year exactly two days a special teams guide predominant here's an important one key trade cut will fuller what's i think it's a super important question you think it's important because trader keep obviously you're not cut of all okay yeah because it's do you cash in on the number one point murray gain fina see wide out migrants old touchdown have been in my gut 100 percent says keep i want him on my team he is a keep to me howwever i have seen this last week trades on twitter genuine questions people saint he should i should i trade will fuller for you know who the launch of you were in dark alley india that's exactly going there i got any that fullest and and is is trades where it's like willful or in a garbage running back for demont's freeman oh yes it's not a question make the trip you've got to make the trade so i will say the importance of the question is you should shot will fuller to see if you're getting the crazy value if you can turn will fuller into a uh a high volume reliable receiver or a any kind of studly running back i would do that in good leagues you probably can't but i would i would at least shop him but he's he's worth having yuka mike you got outbid on kenyan i saw by one dollar yeah byrom by your opponent this week i read message zuma said josh tip of the cap.
"dras" Discussed on The Friend Zone
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"dras" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
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"dras" Discussed on WGTK
"Third term attempt began to interfere with the united take election process don't you think it seems a little bit odd that you would leave at identifying mark rypien dra i'm i'm not a practical guy okay at eight again part of what what has happened here and this is something that that i i've a people are saying that in russia and you know this that because they have this oligarchy going on it's not just putin then people who are as government employees and not just people who work in whatever the successor is to the kgb it's a lot of private up operatives who are nonetheless part of his world and who are trying to do things to try to to advance the putin clause so i i think that that that doesn't necessarily indicate that nothing happened here the point is we are cannot concerned about this the trump justice department trump's appointee for deputy attorney general rod rosenstein thought this was serious enough so that it deserves a special council i emphatically agree and we will get to the bottom of it with director with former fbi director muller bob st louis you're on the michael medved show yes margo are i my concern is i'm seventy careers oh our country has been involved in dealing with other countries elections for as long as i can remember all over south america southeast asia the middle east what different i mean we know russia is going to try to interfere with us werner firm with him i'm certain of it why why make such a big to do about it there grasshopper how they didn't they didn't elect trump as president yet the i think the thing that is a big to do about it right now is do you have cooperation of americans because if you have cooperation of americans in that than they are acting as agents of a hostile foreign power and you do agree that russia's kind of hostile foreign power right now do you think that russia wants america to do well well i i don't know whether iraq's really don't know very worried about us all very much i think armor if we give concern.