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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Explains How Two Democratic Bills Are a Recipe for Instant Socialism in America
"With us is congresswoman. Marjorie taylor green. Who is calling for everyone to do what they can to try. And tell the senate not to raise the debt limit congresswoman. Are you there. Yes hi charlie. Thanks for having me on your show. You bet you sent out a tweet saying everyone needs to call the senate switchboard. Let's take a step back. Walk us through the significance of this and the latest when it comes to the fights happening in washington dc. Okay well just to break it down. Everyone needs to understand that the democrats are working very hard to pass to ells the infrastructure. Bill which is almost one point two trillion dollars and the budget which they had it at three point five trillion. Then they took it up to four point three trillion and that's when mansion and cinema and the senate said no. We will not vote for this. It's too much money. But here's what you all need to know about. Both of these bills them for structure bill is not about paving roads or building. Bridges it's really about socialism as a matter of fact almost about round six percent of the infrastructure bill only goads towards real infrastructure roads and bridges. The rest of it is full on socialism with big programs in even seven point. Five billion dollars that will build five hundred thousand electric vehicle charging stations all over the country because they want to force america on electric vehicles which will force us to be energy independent or energy dependent. I'm sorry on china and then the budget. The budget is even worse. The budget is full passage of the green new deal and more socialism. These will be programs will never be able to undo. It will fully wreck our economy and hurt americans in the future
"ell" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast
"It's it's really unfortunate. All right so step. Four is no more mammograms to self exams. Clinical exams ultrasound marines demography. So a woman after my heart I've never had a mammogram and our audience certainly knows You know that these types of preventive measures far surpass We know that mammography has has failed in so many ways and I know you've done the research. And i'm so glad that you you mentioned that. Think from me being the political economist. Mammography and this is the most controversial piece of this book. Your you know that very well right. Because that's what people are being women being hounded in with the pink ribbons every october. You know it's your duty. They try and tell you you know god country and your family forget about yourself but i guess yourself in there to to go have your damn mammogram. You know in the more often the happier we are you know in. You should feel better about yourself to kind of thing. But mammograms are the feeder tool for this unnecessary breast cancer epidemic. And i'm sure you're aware of dr. Gilwell should his amazing research. he's now he was thrown out of dartmouth for his research. I am sure after decades there of doing world renowned research on the dangers of mammography easing md advocates against them and what his statistics show. Unequivocably is forty percent of women who are told they have breast cancer because of that single mammogram that they had never felt anything and they're told jennifer risotto. Sorry we just found out you have breast cancer but we caught it early and they call them either stage zero which is nothing. No zero means nothing no breast cancer or stage run and the stage. Wonder these teeny piece is in. There usually been sitting there for decades. And they're gonna probably sit there for decades later and but if you're doing the self breast exam you'll know when it becomes significant you don't need a mammogram smash you to pieces. And and and then but this is how they're making their money. They could not make half of and then as as we talk about later they create too often in. We don't have the real hard data but too often every time. A woman has a biopsy. She then runs the risk of something like a ninety percent. Risk of developing recurrent metastatic breast cancer. Because of that ops. Unbelievable yes. I think it's the john wayne cancer center. I have a quote from now in my book that says when you bridge the You know the coding of that tumor you risk the chance of releasing.
"ell" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
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"ell" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"Here are two artists who do completely different things and put them in a room together or on stage together and see what happens and those are some of my favorite moments. Was it kendrick. Lamar and imagine dragons. Did like that together. Will you watch that. And i think that award shows like the grammys are where you wanna see one of a kind moments like that because kendrick in imagine dragons are not going to go on onto together like i mean my do though. That's a really good idea. I would totally buy ticket to that show but like they're probably not going to go on a worldwide tour together and so two to see moments of like collaboration like that Yeah that's why a level were chosen an moment specifically so who ultimately and you know energy guy right so i'm just sitting there watching the music industry because i'm a fan and and And the lake who ultimately makes his decisions like the the the the music industry. Who's the coo ball. I mean is it record company executives. Is it radio into that world it depends on what facet like For for show like the grammys. There's a whole Board that you can be a member oven and that board is Is partly like whoa votes. For all of the awards like who wins the it's the same as the oscars or the golden globes like they all have boards and almost a bunch of old white guys. I mean it's actually like the grant done a really good job of of like diversification with like age race genre and they've done a really good job In terms of making sure that everybody is represented and they listen to everybody's different opinions but so like award shows like that are kind of A committee board decision Who makes the decisions who gets to play on the show. There's usually a tv committee is usually a couple of producers and so just like who gets on the voice you know it's like it kind of goes down. The pecking order with that. I mean in terms of the music industry. Yeah record labels. The job of a record label in today's day and age is mainly to market your music to radio or dsp's like the the streaming services and you can easily now. I mean the fact that anybody can record songs in their bedroom on garage band or logic or whatever and release it and get it online in the matter of hours It's it's kind of crazy like ice..
"ell" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"The job dot com Yeah i mean when chuck even we played a few club shows back in march like just things were starting to open up and socially distant and whatever and check him out to be rhody slash guitar tech. For a few of our shows in nashville. I come back stage after soundcheck. And there's like two like magnum bottles of champagne in group of the dressing room on ice. And i'm just like check in fairness to me utah. Well in furnace to me. Like i like your band right the best. I've loved him to death. But i'm also self serving in that when you bring back some cheesy boyfriend. Want the band to go. Where's that chuck guy. He was always so much more. Oh i see. I see -actly exactly all right. Well i'm single so you don't have any competition yet. But the so okay. So we go see thomas rhett. Yeah then. you're actually kind enough. Because i'm going through divorce. You're kind enough to let me come rhody for you. Which was really cool. And the dynamic routing the dynamic is people is. that's kinda weird is i'm on vacation. I'm escaping reality. There's vodka involved and this is your job. You're incredibly tolerant. During my tours. Rhody chuck as a rhody. He's very helpful. He knows that. Like the tour manager. Rule when you're escorting and artist around you always need to laminates so that you know because i never wear my laminate. So check is always very well versed in those kind of rules back in what. Why do i need to laminates if you don't have one because there's always one idiot security person. I don't see you come in. He's like now. It has happened so many times. I've had to google my face in a in a venue and be like this is me But but yeah you're you're very good road eat. you know those rules however but yeah when. I'm working chuck house. Wants to have fun. And sometimes i just need to be like chagas. I need to go work..
"ell" Discussed on Daily Detroit
"And we've got to find ways to support them as well too. I think a rule that jefferson. He's can play. We can do more of this. We should do more of this. Is working to support those agencies and helped coordinate better but that's a topic for another time. I know my good friend. Maginnis santa's has just written volumes on. Who's looking at work and to give people context. I'm just doing some quick back of the math calculations only to give me a sense of scale obviously economically. They're very different but the area that you just talked about is the same size as like three or four of the grows points and double the population. Yeah gosh this is part of the thing. When i get depressed on gray february day where it's like fourteen degrees during out here at. This is a lot of other. Cities have much more robust networks of community organizations. And you know we're asked to do a lot out here with enormous need. And i think we're getting better at it but there just hasn't really been historically in this town to sort of long term systematic investment in community development organizations and and i know people at different theories about that the tension between the strong mayor system and sort of a tradition of labour organizing you know. Cdo's don't fit nicely in that labor management dialectic but at the end of the day. It's you know we've always viewed our role jeffries. How can we be a strong partner with the city of detroit to deliver services and be a force multiplier but then how do we also tap into what residents are telling us identify resident need and see if we can find other innovative and creative solutions. And i'm so that over the years a lot of the work that we've done sort of led to really good city programs. I mean i'll give you an example like our neighborhood comsat process. We kind of got that funded. You know to take the midtown model of where you bring police and community together and develop cuny driven responses to crime and find a way how you get folks mental health services instead.
"ell" Discussed on Daily Detroit
"Along jefferson from three seventy five to the grosse pointe border one of the organizations. That's undoubtedly making an impact. Is jefferson east inc or j. And they do it not just with flashy projects but in very personal ways so just helping detroiter stay in their homes. The nonprofit covers five neighborhoods with more than eighteen square miles of area and forty two thousand people in their service area. That's bigger than many suburbs as someone who knows. His area decently well. I also know lots of people right off the east side. At first glance parts of it have been some of the hardest hit in detroit. But whether it's the beautiful houses of indian village or jefferson chalmers the the economic development that has slowly but surely been firing up or of course the proximity to one of our regions. Most important resources the detroit river. Well i wouldn't sleep on this part of town so today. My conversation is with josh. Elling of jefferson east to give a reset on some of the latest with their plans. And i'll send you out the door with a couple of things to know. I'm jay stays and welcome to your daily detroit for tuesday february ninth. Twenty twenty one. Let's just get started. Virtually.
"ell" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio
"Of thousands of of uses that use it regularly the what personal just a quick anecdote we had one of our community did a great a great sacred them the lebron area later spicing a of money. That made this easy. Been your Your finances knife explains what labor is basically if you wherever you you watch it you if if you take what. Lebron aegean until about something that we've already done the planning to do. The only difference between us and lebron was libra conceptualized as a single coin. And there's a big fear from governments around the world Old staple coins if you look at my call if you'd be a adult adult like myself to read release is offensive legislation coming of through my car That is Is about how they going to to legislate in the future for krypton and any all they're really focusing on a is satan of some soil acid fact will obscure fear or whatever. It might be stay. Mcqueen's scare the hell out of the the established for some rain. Now once we. It is some operatives. It's a it's a lot of of movement up and down but actually it's Laws for six months or years largely move in a range of about ten twenty percent so actually when you look at that you think whichever twenty percent in fear. The in the us is quite a long ten twenty percent in in terms in brazil venezuela. Raja -tainer actually. It's holding its value. Better local fit carson and so we're seeing a lot of adoption from places woes. You an online fake. Ooh that's That is a thing to have that volatility but actually embracing that volatile. It's because of all the things as well just because volatility isn't they traders so they calm golden exchange buying so critical but widely. We sort of see it happening with people by anti alright all if all idiom is it a low point we toss of airtime. You'd like to cut right. Dan and then when the price of goes back up. You'll see something talk to we've had a couple of times where news or whatever it is split. The price evita Considerably outside that range. Subtly this business jedi. Think it's seven thousand focus temperatures vegas ever. We can talk all sins because the price of gonna say these entrepreneurial people are super smap as well as just they all technical very small and they can do absolutely anything..
"ell" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio
"You often described <unk>. Trillion as a microbe aiming service. But i think it's a lot of other things as well. And i know one of the things that make you you. All unique is your focus on you know helping freelance for the gig. Economy third world countries right. 'cause you're actually helping them get paid in the etienne currency. So can you talk a little bit about. Have you seen any upticks in usage related to geography free during this time. I'm sure there's obviously many people looking for work and many people even <unk>. Switching industries right. They just they just kinda want to survive in the best roy. Difficult cool about same. Things changed because because all dates are being pretty wild. We only launched pools during covid pretty much. Most of the february twenty twenty where mesa madness was going on and it has been a bit of a welwyn to win all suggest before cameras coors nineteen thousand and fifty talks. Fifteen thousand tubs on the platform fall off of more than than i thought we would be. They sites in all in a life cycle. And it's it's a really amazing thing to say that word of mouth which is which is now joining the whole ecosystem is it's been an actual rate thing so identity have data specifically <unk>. A change i would imagine the likes of five hundred <unk>. People who've been around for a long time next release deductible on <unk>. Extrapolate specifically about cogan unfortun- got it's understandable because yeah sometimes in crypto. You don't have that direct data but why do you think you've seen such large growth in just the the community and like you mentioned. There's a lot of other alternative freelancing opportunities and focusing on this one thing. Because i read a lot about how people in the in the third world like you said word of mouth. They're all kind of talking to each other and accepting this currency as their new as their new valid currency. I think for a lot of people in the us <hes>. It's sometimes hard to understand that perspective because a lot of our money and foundation is stays the same in its stable but when you talk about third world countries these people in many in many ways their skilled but they can't even get a paid inefficient raids right. So what do you think makes you all unique in that sense to to cater to this new generation. Maybe talk a little bit about that. This what is the effects of this new generation. When they start them they start to earn and work at <unk>. Earning crypto per se rather than traditional <unk>. Like what effect is half so first of all. We re still with your idea of every running freedoms platform ourselves. I mean we all. We don't select turning. We've this idea of having a very small highlands very very transaction fee to give you. The spirits appear payment system. There is insanely cheap to use almost free not want free but mike is microscopic fraction of a fraction of essent transactions. So it made you mike. You could make a two cent four cent transaction in a gun which is all twenty cent transactional fifty cent. Transaction solid transaction sizes. You couldn't possibly do on the on. The vase of mouse to coordinate <unk>. Really very efficiently because most of the payment providers should providers charge of minimum of twenty or thirty cents per transaction so micro payments all really not that sixty two to traditional finance and then we shall ending slightly more helping to the twenty thousand dollar range which still to to the global twenty of thirty dollars. Sounds like peanuts bucks. A year said life changing of money for lots of people with good skills so but when he gets back. You still got the site of transfer. Bank banking system is antiquated. And it's antiquated evening. If you go to the united states want to save money from one place in the united states to another or in the fight from the uk to to else of the that. It's pretty good now. So you know you can do soon as you move outside of that country a money approach to your skin certainly probably three days before i see it here if i wanna far outside of your it may take considerable. You want relocate writing three minute drive at all then you have to try and track them down and some banks somewheres filling in a form doing something or is lost it so we've got quite a few of them some of your choice to build a relationship and so you feel a free. Three beat render eka might three being models. He's gonna laptop can make three two months. These scandals has the time to build that relationship. You have to be able to send him a twenty dollars in the thirteen doors. And he's in nigeria. We caught them us. Pay pal okay. Any use western union money transfer. Because that's gonna cost you hope that on the money just to send it so subtly you limited as to why you can get height so the traditional if you can call traditional in a fairly disruptive industry that freelance industry is disrupt table read the wheel of disrupting that further by giving access to this massive body of people all brilliant skills just skills as anyone else so don't donate affect their own back mike. You say they're going to do aerobics jolt doing fred. And they don't want that much money and they call physically get paid when banking acog high-power but so boy this thing that training having easy implements it makes really is so easily and it's almost season for them. It isn't quite instantaneous. That go to work deliberate. It's fourteen minutes july between delivering and getting pike.
What is "Unbanked"? CEO and Founder of Electroneum, Richard Ells
"You often described Trillion as a microbe aiming service. But i think it's a lot of other things as well. And i know one of the things that make you you. All unique is your focus on you know helping freelance for the gig. Economy third world countries right. 'cause you're actually helping them get paid in the etienne currency. So can you talk a little bit about. Have you seen any upticks in usage related to geography free during this time. I'm sure there's obviously many people looking for work and many people even Switching industries right. They just they just kinda want to survive in the best roy. Difficult cool about same. Things changed because because all dates are being pretty wild. We only launched pools during covid pretty much. Most of the february twenty twenty where mesa madness was going on and it has been a bit of a welwyn to win all suggest before cameras coors nineteen thousand and fifty talks. Fifteen thousand tubs on the platform fall off of more than than i thought we would be. They sites in all in a life cycle. And it's it's a really amazing thing to say that word of mouth which is which is now joining the whole ecosystem is it's been an actual rate thing so identity have data specifically A change i would imagine the likes of five hundred People who've been around for a long time next release deductible on Extrapolate specifically about cogan unfortun- got it's understandable because yeah sometimes in crypto. You don't have that direct data but why do you think you've seen such large growth in just the the community and like you mentioned. There's a lot of other alternative freelancing opportunities and focusing on this one thing. Because i read a lot about how people in the in the third world like you said word of mouth. They're all kind of talking to each other and accepting this currency as their new as their new valid currency. I think for a lot of people in the us It's sometimes hard to understand that perspective because a lot of our money and foundation is stays the same in its stable but when you talk about third world countries these people in many in many ways their skilled but they can't even get a paid inefficient raids right. So what do you think makes you all unique in that sense to to cater to this new generation. Maybe talk a little bit about that. This what is the effects of this new generation. When they start them they start to earn and work at Earning crypto per se rather than traditional Like what effect is half so first of all. We re still with your idea of every running freedoms platform ourselves. I mean we all. We don't select turning. We've this idea of having a very small highlands very very transaction fee to give you. The spirits appear payment system. There is insanely cheap to use almost free not want free but mike is microscopic fraction of a fraction of essent transactions. So it made you mike. You could make a two cent four cent transaction in a gun which is all twenty cent transactional fifty cent. Transaction solid transaction sizes. You couldn't possibly do on the on. The vase of mouse to coordinate Really very efficiently because most of the payment providers should providers charge of minimum of twenty or thirty cents per transaction so micro payments all really not that sixty two to traditional finance and then we shall ending slightly more helping to the twenty thousand dollar range which still to to the global twenty of thirty dollars. Sounds like peanuts bucks. A year said life changing of money for lots of people with good skills so but when he gets back. You still got the site of transfer. Bank banking system is antiquated. And it's antiquated evening. If you go to the united states want to save money from one place in the united states to another or in the fight from the uk to to else of the that. It's pretty good now. So you know you can do soon as you move outside of that country a money approach to your skin certainly probably three days before i see it here if i wanna far outside of your it may take considerable. You want relocate writing three minute drive at all then you have to try and track them down and some banks somewheres filling in a form doing something or is lost it so we've got quite a few of them some of your choice to build a relationship and so you feel a free. Three beat render eka might three being models. He's gonna laptop can make three two months. These scandals has the time to build that relationship. You have to be able to send him a twenty dollars in the thirteen doors. And he's in nigeria. We caught them us. Pay pal okay. Any use western union money transfer. Because that's gonna cost you hope that on the money just to send it so subtly you limited as to why you can get height so the traditional if you can call traditional in a fairly disruptive industry that freelance industry is disrupt table read the wheel of disrupting that further by giving access to this massive body of people all brilliant skills just skills as anyone else so don't donate affect their own back mike. You say they're going to do aerobics jolt doing fred. And they don't want that much money and they call physically get paid when banking acog high-power but so boy this thing that training having easy implements it makes really is so easily and it's almost season for them. It isn't quite instantaneous. That go to work deliberate. It's fourteen minutes july between delivering and getting pike.
Tanya Roberts is alive
"Tanya roberts now says she's alive despite the rap not only talent elling. tmz she died but he also sent out a press. Release that information. It became news and a lot of websites this morning. So i tend to believe it. The rep She collapsed at her home on christmas. Eve rushed to the hospital placed on a ventilator. The repa- told tmz that she died sunday at cedars sinai. He told us the tania's husband had told him that tanya had passed we even got a quote from the rep Was a quote from tania's husband saying as i held her in her last moments. She opened her eyes. I'll maybe that's a sign. She didn't die now. The rep guy named mike pengle. And you want to get this guy Lance got a call after ten. Am monday from the hospital. Saying on otani still alive hengel said lanes. The husband truly believed that tanya was dead and funny about that. When i read the story this morning it only reported that she had had a husband and he had died. This must be a new husband. Maybe she no she. Hasn't she had occurred. Husband said her husband had previously in one story. He's identified as a boyfriend. I don friends of the family also called. Tmz saying that lance the alleged husband had called them to say that she died. Wow is he looking for payday. Invest first thing. I thought of was there. Some kind of insurance policy will some kind of wada cash they had stashed under the bed. He wanted to run off with that. Is i got to get to the bottom of that comment tonya. She is hospitalized. Mike serious yeah. She might still be incapacitated here. We don't really know doesn't happen. Doesn't say what she suffering from. She's not that
"ell" Discussed on How I Built This
"So there's a famous ted talk by a guy named barry schwartz. It's called the paradox of choice and in it very explains that virtually all kern research on human behavior supports this idea that we humans we don't really like to have too many choices. Anything beyond four to six actually makes us anxious and unhappy which could help explain the success of kepala. Because if you've ever been in one you can probably tell me the menu by heart burrito bowl salad tacos four options. That is it. There isn't a whole lot to agonize over. And it's one of the reasons why you put late just exploded in the two thousands on the eve of the millennium the company had just been more than twenty stores and today cipolla has nearly twenty three hundred locations across the us and in four other countries and its value is around fourteen billion dollars now aaa as you will hear was never meant to become what it became. It was supposed to be a one off burrito joint in denver a joint that would generate enough cash to finance a high end restaurant that was developed as plan. He's actually a classically trained chef and he wanted to make michelin starred food. Not foil wrapped burritos into the earliest recollection. I have of in being in the kitchen and cooking was in the third grave and we lived in germany. And i remember cooking scrambled eggs. Had you make them. Did you scramble the digital crack the eggs into the panel scramble him or did you scrambling before no ice. Scrambled them <hes>. for <hes>. With a fork in a bowl. Thank and then. My mom had a a very well. Seasoned cast iron skillet. Nice i mean it was very very smooth and almost nonstick and i used to push the kurds into the center in a square shape. A perfect square. Maybe three by three or three and a half by three and a half something like that and then and then when it was just set enough i would flip it over and <hes>. I mean it was very controlling. My can says a lot about me. Because i'm a i'm a little bit of a control freak and of course i had no idea then but <hes>. I was just. It's an interesting. It's an interesting memory. Like what point did you start to a. I've read like stories about you in college where you'd dinner parties and and people like. What is this that you butter you. You'd make like duck con feet and stuff like how did you even know about this. How did you get into foods at such a young age in it well. My mom was a very adventurous cook and a really good one <hes>. And she had a garden. She got all the cooking magazines and had a lot of cookbooks. And i used to. I used to spend time in the kitchen and <hes>. And follow along. And at some point. I started watching cooking shows a julia child and graham on the galloping. Gourmet and the pbs series. The master chef series. I really love those and and would duplicate the recipes and and liked to cook for my family and then <hes>. When i was older in high school i started having people over so you go to college in in boulder yes and you study art history and of course it made zero sense to my father. What you do with artistic. He'd be like so. What are you gonna do that. Our history degree. Of course i would say you know. I don't know we'll see. We'll see how this unfolds. And probably i was thinking that i would continuing and go to graduate school but my roommate suggested to me that i go to cooking school. She said this just weeks before
Interview With Steve Ells
"So there's a famous ted talk by a guy named barry schwartz. It's called the paradox of choice and in it very explains that virtually all kern research on human behavior supports this idea that we humans we don't really like to have too many choices. Anything beyond four to six actually makes us anxious and unhappy which could help explain the success of kepala. Because if you've ever been in one you can probably tell me the menu by heart burrito bowl salad tacos four options. That is it. There isn't a whole lot to agonize over. And it's one of the reasons why you put late just exploded in the two thousands on the eve of the millennium the company had just been more than twenty stores and today cipolla has nearly twenty three hundred locations across the us and in four other countries and its value is around fourteen billion dollars now aaa as you will hear was never meant to become what it became. It was supposed to be a one off burrito joint in denver a joint that would generate enough cash to finance a high end restaurant that was developed as plan. He's actually a classically trained chef and he wanted to make michelin starred food. Not foil wrapped burritos into the earliest recollection. I have of in being in the kitchen and cooking was in the third grave and we lived in germany. And i remember cooking scrambled eggs. Had you make them. Did you scramble the digital crack the eggs into the panel scramble him or did you scrambling before no ice. Scrambled them for With a fork in a bowl. Thank and then. My mom had a a very well. Seasoned cast iron skillet. Nice i mean it was very very smooth and almost nonstick and i used to push the kurds into the center in a square shape. A perfect square. Maybe three by three or three and a half by three and a half something like that and then and then when it was just set enough i would flip it over and I mean it was very controlling. My can says a lot about me. Because i'm a i'm a little bit of a control freak and of course i had no idea then but I was just. It's an interesting. It's an interesting memory. Like what point did you start to a. I've read like stories about you in college where you'd dinner parties and and people like. What is this that you butter you. You'd make like duck con feet and stuff like how did you even know about this. How did you get into foods at such a young age in it well. My mom was a very adventurous cook and a really good one And she had a garden. She got all the cooking magazines and had a lot of cookbooks. And i used to. I used to spend time in the kitchen and And follow along. And at some point. I started watching cooking shows a julia child and graham on the galloping. Gourmet and the pbs series. The master chef series. I really love those and and would duplicate the recipes and and liked to cook for my family and then When i was older in high school i started having people over so you go to college in in boulder yes and you study art history and of course it made zero sense to my father. What you do with artistic. He'd be like so. What are you gonna do that. Our history degree. Of course i would say you know. I don't know we'll see. We'll see how this unfolds. And probably i was thinking that i would continuing and go to graduate school but my roommate suggested to me that i go to cooking school. She said this just weeks before
Reflective Practice with Professor Brendan Cropley
"So. I'm thinking now about my own kind development as a teacher myself. Now you've been talking about being a very naive edgy. Back to my pg in the heady days of two thousand and four and everybody was talking about being reflective practitioner. But actually when i think back the kind of. It's no exaggeration to say that the reflection after lesson consisted of a template with a massive box that just said so how did it go then whereas now will use a research informed kind of really structured reflective model. Things have moved on really fast particularly in the last couple of years. So can you give us an insight into kind of why we've done that. What does the research tell us about the impact on teachers of doing this really structured formalized reflection. Yeah not a problem that just before the benefits. There's something really interesting here in a thing. The way in which in reflective practices introduced during our training whether that be during the pga or whether it be a training to be a sport next scientist or sports psychologist all however is introduced in any profession. it's introduced as a process of reviewing a session and for me. It kind of of stunt potentially outgrowth is reflective practitioners. Because we see it purely as that approach is that i will conduct said i'll come away from the lesson and i'll think about what was good. What was bad about it. And in that sense l. Reflections never really get beyond that notion of luckett performance evaluation. Almost you know we really think about how we engaged ell learners whether we met the learning outcomes that were associated with this with the lesson itself. And how we might do things better moving forward so do think we need to think about reflective practice like differently even though it is introduced in these former settings in those particular ways and the reason. I say that just going back to your question about benefits is that the benefits are really associated with developing self awareness developing the coping mechanisms that are required in order to meet the demands that you face within the role that your fulfilling their linked to being creative linked to be transformative in terms of transforming your your values your beliefs your ability to live those values and beliefs in your behaviors as an educator and to get those benefits to get those outcomes you have to move beyond this this notion this perception of reflective practice as purely a process of reviewing our our lessons all those interactions that we have during our educational journa- freshman practice we have to see is something. That's a little bit more associated with experiential learning a little bit more associated with a transformational. Learning will really help us to be better at what we do. And what. I mean by batteries that we start to stand up practice better. We start to understand ourselves better and we start to stand how we might be more effective with our roles rather than just simply more competent within hours roles.
Pfizer says COVID-19 vaccine is looking 90% effective
"Ell Cincinnati Bringing a vaccine the market in a matter of weeks with the 11 30 report on Bryant copes breaking now Much of the research was done at Cincinnati Children's Hospital. Fizer, saying this morning is going to ask for approval of its vaccine for emergency use of the U. S. By the end of the month, says trials that are currently underway have shown that vaccine has been 90%, effective in Trump's first tweet Monday morning was in response to the news that a vaccine from drug company Pfizer is more effective at preventing cove in 19, then placebo. The president writing in all caps. Quote stock market up vaccine coming soon, adding quote such great news vaccine experts say these results from Fizer are promising. Mr Trump said repeatedly that a vaccine would be ready by the end of the year. Maybe even before Election Day. What public health experts cautioned it was more likely to take until early to mid 2021 for a vaccine to be ready for widespread distribution.
"ell" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"700 w. Ell delegate Cincinnati president making a campaign swing through central Ohio, this is the 11 o'clock report. I'm Sandy Collins breaking. Now I know that life in Ohio is not complete without the glory of Ohio State football and other thie president spoke during a 2020 reelection campaign rally yesterday at the Pickaway County Fairgrounds in Circleville. That's just south of Columbus. Thousands of supporters showed up many of them whom would I waited for hours to get a seat. Meanwhile, thousands drove the eye to 75 Beltway in a show of support here in Cincinnati yesterday. Morning, A Democratic vice presidential candidate, Kamala Harris, stopped over in Cleveland with a get out to vote message. We were out and visited with folks who are engaged in early voting people are standing in line. They've been in line for hours because we know our power. We are not gonna let anyone take our power from us. Harris detailed the Biden Harris platform and said, There's no question that the path to victory runs through Ohio and Libertarian presidential candidate Jo Jorgensen, whom you'll find on your Ohio ballot, making a campaign stop for president in Toledo, where dozens showed up. Saying that Ohio is a key state that is capable of quote spoiling the election for Democrats and Republicans in Washington. Saying that they should do a better job next time to earn their votes. You still have time to request a mail in ballot. You can vote in person at your county Board of elections or vote in person a week from Tuesday on November. The traffic and weather together on this Sunday morning is folks head on off to church. We've got the right lane closed on 71 75 South.
Los Angeles Deputy Saved Partner's Life After Ambush Shooting While Injured
"Tonight. We're learning new details about the shooting ambush that left to Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies severely wounded. Let's bring. Sarah, she's on the scene for a Sarah one of the deputies actually saved your partners life while she was bleeding from face wound. Tell us what happened. It was absolutely incredible. Both of the deputies are still alive partly because of the reaction by thirty one year old mother of a six-year-old, both deputies still here in critical but stable condition. And incredible show of bravery, a thirty, one year old La, a sheriff's deputy profusely bleeding from a bullet to the face is seen helping save her twenty four year old partner. She applies a tourniquet to his bloodied arm and helps him move behind a pillar to avoid taking on more fire. Both have already been shot multiple times. Surveillance video shows the ambush a shooter fires into. Their car while they sit in their vehicle outside a stop and calm ten female deputy after getting shot both of them four five times her with a broken jaw in the face stepped out gave a tourniquet to her fellow deputy who had been shot in the head is well, probably saved his life while calling for help she and her partner had just become deputies fourteen months ago. I'll pointer the mother of a six-year-old is seen here. She proudly graduated from the Police Academy and Twenty One thousand nine hundred as they are recovering from their injuries at the hospital a callous call for their death by a gathering of about I people outside the hospital. The leader of the group that calls itself L. as Africa town coalition says he hopes the shooting is in retaliation for the shooting of black and Brown people by the. The most recent shooting sparked protests in Compton when deputies shot Dijon, Kizzie for an alleged bicycle. The family says Kizzie was shot in the back and investigation is still underway visit star of retribution. Very. Good start. The Ell ast has faced serious controversy over the years. It's sheriff convicted of lying in twenty sixteen was fired and jailed. There has also been a lawsuit brought accusing deputies of forming a gang inside the department. The most recent accusation and a complaint by a deputy whistle blower said in a deposition deputies formed a gang called the executioners incompetent. He says, they supported the same tattoos and used excessive force on suspects me being a field training officer. Supervisor and I have to. report this this behavior, this sheriff Deputies Union responded to those claims, the accusations of there being criminal gangs within the sheriff's department. That's ridiculous. But Union Representative Hernandez and some longtime content residents say the idea of retaliation like this is sickening to the to the people the group that came out here and and screamed we hope you die that in itself is also pathetic maybe not. As bad as the guy that actually pulled the trigger, but it's just as bad. We don't want those police officers to die. You know we don't want that. That's a tragedy and our prayers go out for those officers and their families. Yes. As the issue you know we, we believe that there should be some kind of reform police department. You know what to make it better for everybody.
"ell" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Radio 700 That were you out of 700 WLW News, Traffic and Weather News Radio 700 W. Ell delegate Cincinnati Waiting for word on the college football season with 12 30 report on Bryant Combs breaking now Big 10 presidents. All the schools meeting today. Reportedly, they are talking about the future of the college football season. Whether there be one the Columbus Dispatch is reporting that Ohio State is recommending that they delay the start of the season till October. And then make a decision about moving forward. Several coaches say the players are better off with the team. Then they are on their own. Players need coaches more than coaches need players. I mean, it's a fact you need the structure. You need the organization. You need the discipline. It's a hard thing to create and think about if these kids are going to be in class or running around back home. Think about the trouble that you get in when you don't have that structure, and you don't have that discipline. So I agree with saving and I also agree that Size, regardless, but you can get this virus whether you've seen so many people get the virus with the mask. You've seen so many people being very cautious and still get the virus. These guys have unbelievable doctors working with him an unlimited budget unlimited testing, so I think he's 100% correct. That's ESPN is David Pollack, the former Bengal Now latest traffic weather together. Looking for delays on Tri State highways Right now, we're not seeing any significant problems..
"ell" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"W. Ell delegate Cincinnati. It's the new normal for teachers and students. But at least for now, this is two o'clock report Monday morning. I'm Rob Carpenter breaking now in classrooms across the country. Look so Put away the new Normal illustrated in a video seen millions of times. Katy O'Connor, 1/5 grade teacher tours her new socially distance classroom in what world is this? An elementary school classroom. Instincts. It makes me really sad. Author and educator Rachel Simmons says parents need to remember. We have to accept that our teachers are working with less capacity fewer options than they ever have before, So we have to lower expectations. But she says parents should be asking questions. What is the school's plans to support our kids? Socially and emotionally? They've been out of the classroom out of practice. They're coming back at an unprecedented moment. How will we help them with their friendship? Secondly, we've spent so much time telling kids what they can't dio. What is the school going to tell kids that they can do to connect safely? Brian Clark ABC News Team coverage of the kid's setting back to school this fall during the Corona virus pandemic continues with seven hundred's Bryan Cole, a federation of teachers doesn't want. This is a public schools returning to class this fall union with a tweet that says As long as Hamilton County remains red on the state Corona virus, heat map schools cannot open safely. Sort of education's already approved the plan to return to classrooms this fall. But now they're reconsidering that decision because of the surgeon called with 19 cases locally. Another meeting of the board is now set for Monday night to review their decision to go with a mix of in person instruction and remote learning. GPS could go the way of Columbus in Cleveland, Start the school year. Now virtually I'm Brian comes news radio seven w W.
What's Hype, What's Real on the Latest in AI
"Hi Everyone. Welcome to this week's. Sixteen minutes I'm zonal your host, and this is our show where we talk about the headlines what's in the news and where we are on the long arc of tech trends were back from our holiday break, and so this we're covering all the reasons and ongoing as around the topic, of GP, three, the natural language processing based text predictor from the San. Francisco Research and Development Company opened ai the actually released their paper on. GPT three in late May. But only released their broader commercial API a couple of weeks ago. So we're seeing a lot of excitement and activity around that in particular although it's all being called GP T. Three. So we're going to do one of our explainer episodes of the two x explainer. Going into what it really is how it works why it matters broader implications and questions while teasing apart, what type, what's real as is the premise of the show but before I introduce our expert, let me just quickly summarize some of the highlights. So while Gpt, three is technically a text predictor that actually reduces what's possible because of course, words and software are simply coding of Human Thought to borrow a phrase from. Chris. Dickson which means a lot more things are possible. So we're seeing a note these are all cherry picked examples believable forum pose comments, press releases poetry. screenplays, articles somebody who wrote an entire article headlined open is GP Three may be the biggest thing since bitcoin and then revealed midway that he didn't actually write the article but that gpt three did we're also seeing strategy documents like for business CEO's and advice written entirely gpt three and not just words. But we're seeing people design using words to write code for designing websites and other designs. Someone even built a plugin again, all of it showing the Trans mutability of thoughts to words to code to design and so on, and then someone made a search engine that can return. Answers and you are ells in response to quote ask me anything which has anyone who's been in NLP space knows I was at park when we spun off powers that back in the day, and that's always been sort of a holy grail of question answering which you know all about to having worked in this world frank on thou let me introduce you are expert in this episode Frank Chances written a lot about ai including a primer on ai deep learning and machine learning a pulse check on ai what's working what's not a micro site with resources for how to Get started practically and do something with your own product and your own company, and then reflecting on jobs and humanity and working together. You can find all of that on our website frank to start things off. What's your favorite example of gpt three so far mine is founding principles for a religion written and gpt three. I'd love to hear your favorite and also your quick take on the excitement to start us off before we dig a bit deeper favorite out of the whole thing is it's doing arithmetic. So Ascot, what's twenty-three plus sixty seven like just arbitrary two digit arithmetic. This is a natural language processing. Model and so basically, it got trained by feeding it lots and lots of text and out of that, it's figuring out we think how to do arithmetic, which is very, very surprising because you don't think that exists in texts the excitement. Potentially is promising signs of progress towards general artificial intelligence. So today if you want to do very, highly accurate. natural language processing, you build a bespoke model. You have your own custom architecture you feed it a ton of data. What gpt three shows is that they train this model once and then they throw at a whole bunch of natural language processing tasks like fill in the blank or inference or translation, and without retraining it at all. They're getting really good results compared to finely tuned models. Before we even though into teasing apart, what type what's real? Let's first talk about the it what is GP three? So we have two things one, we have a machine learning model cpt is actually an acronym stands for generative pre trained transformer will go through all those insect. But thing one is we have a P- retrained machine learning model that's optimized to do a wide variety of natural language processing tasks like reading a wikipedia article and answering questions from it or guessing what the ending of a story should be or so on insulin. So we have a machine learning model. The thing that people are playing with a Pi that allows developers to essentially ask questions. Of that model. So instead of giving you the model and you program it to do what you want, they're giving you selective access via the API one of the reasons they're doing this is that most people don't have the compute infrastructure to even train the model there's been estimates that if you wanted to train the model from scratch, it costs something like five to ten million dollars of cloud compute time. That's a big big model and say like they don't give out the model and then to the controversy around this thing when they released the first version was they were worried that if they just gave the model out, people would do nefarious things with it like. Fake News articles that you would just like Saturate bomb the web than so they're like look we want to be responsible with this thing, and so we'll get access via. API. Then we know exactly who's using it and then the the I can be a bit of a throttle on what can and can't do
"ell" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Ell delegate Cincinnati A man jumps into the Ohio River to cool off yesterday and never resurface is this is the two o'clock report. I'm Rob Carpenter breaking now. Several emergency crews have been looking for a 52 year old man who jumped off a boat into the Ohio River on Sunday. The incident happened just before two o'clock on Sunday afternoon near Pendry Park. The family of the man told the Anderson Township Fire Department that he jumped into the river to cool off. But the current was so strong that it took him under. A family tried to rescue him, but they were unsuccessful. Unfortunately, he was also not wearing a life jacket 700 Sarah release an official late last night with the Boone County Water Rescue, told Channel five That body was recovered from the Ohio River, matching the description of the man who was reported missing on the Ohio River yesterday. The identification of the man has not been confirmed. Also, the Ohio Department of Natural Resource is confirming last night the recovery of two swimmers who went missing And Rose Lake in central Ohio, just south of Columbus Yesterday afternoon. The two men were last seen using a rope swing at the lake when one of the men swung into the water, and the other jumped in to help him after seeing him struggle. Neither victim resurfaced. The identities of those victims have not been released. Ready for the latest traffic and weather together. Just had a look at the traffic cameras. No problems to get in your way on Tri state freeways and side streets this early Monday morning. Now, the latest.
"ell" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Ell delegate Cincinnati Case numbers continue to rise with the 7 30 report Rick you Gino Breaking now the U. S, recorded more than 1000 lives lost to the Corona virus in a single day, 58% of them in the South, a region on the rise with cases and hospitalizations this while the president held his first briefings on Cove in 19 in weeks yesterday, the latest numbers on Corona virus continue to show a steady surge. Hospitalizations are up in 40 states, the South Looking like the Northeast ID back in April. In California, the number of confirmed cases is likely to surpass New York while in Florida, another US hot spot where hospitals are being pushed beyond capacity. Baptist Health in Miami has just one eye. See you bed left President Trump, Holding his first Corona virus briefing in sometime says We have embers and fires and we have big fires and Unfortunately now Florida is in a little tough for a big, tough position. And remember. ABC NEWS Washington The president yesterday, encouraging everyone to wear a mask in public, saying the pandemic likely to get worse before it gets better. Hamilton County remains one of Ohio's hot spots for Cove In 19 yesterday, the secretary of health and Human Services recommended all of the area bars be shut down to help slow the spread. That decision, though, will be up to the governor and local leaders were expecting an update from Hamilton County commissioners later this morning, now the latest traffic and weather together From the usually help traffic center. Your actions save lives help prevent the spread of covert 19 by wearing a man's practicing social distancing and washing your hands. Often north and south Pound, 75 continue to be the heaviest on the highways. That's thanks to construction in the cut on the hill, but I'm also seeing break likes now inbound 74 approaching the state line due to a construction zone latest accidents on 14th at Sycamore downtown, and I'm just hearing dispatches for multiple cars involved on a record. In Glendale, Milford at 75.
"ell" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Ell. Delegate. Cincinnati The Vatican releases new rules on reporting sexual abuse. This is the 6 30 report I'm Matt Reese. Breaking now new guidance tonight from the Vatican on how religious leaders around the world should report allegations of sex abuse and Emmanuelle for in house investigations into allegations of sex abuse by priests involving minors or vulnerable adults, the Vatican telling Catholic bishops around the world they should report cases of sex crimes to police even when they are not legally bound to do so. Also warning that bishops themselves can be prosecuted within the church for negligence if they don't take allegations serious or investigate them. The manual, which was published in five languages, is the latest move within the church to protect minors from sex abuse Line of buoys. ABC News now the latest traffic and weather together. From the UC Health Traffic Center. You see health introduced the region's first ECMO equipped helicopter. Discover more at go dot You see health dot com slash air ECMO. They're cleaning up an accident on Kyle's Lane near Highland Park and Ford, right. Your construction delays of note, 16 minutes south bound 75 from Ezzard Charles into the cut in the hill, 12 minutes north bound from 2 75 Into the cut on the hill is well, a minor delay Westbound 70 for approaching the Ohio Indiana State line. I'm Rob Williams News Radio 700 WLW Now ladies forecast from a train heating and cooling Weather Center.
Mozilla Suspends "Send" Due to Persistent Malware Abuse
"Someone were to go to send dot fire Fox Dot Com. At the moment they would be greeted by the little screen shot I have at the top of the security news of our show notes, which reads Fox and is temporarily unavailable while we work on product improvements, we appreciate your patience while we make the fire. Fox, Send Experience Better and Leo I think you did just go there did yes, and there it is so back because I really love. Fire Fox sent it so it's my go-to. Yes, it's my become my go-to file. Sharing Service the good news. It'll be back. The. Bad News is why it went away. Just to remind our listeners, we've talked about it before. IT allows files of up to one GIGABYTE if you're not signed in. Or two and a half gigabytes if you are to be locally encrypted in the browser. Optionally Password protected so that only the recipient is able to retrieve and decrypt the sent file. You get retention controls allowing the sender to set the time that is the duration and or a download count after which that content will expire from the Fire Fox send cloud and be removed. Unfortunately. As with anything that is simple, free and effective. Like think e mail. It's also subject to abuse by nefarious forces. The bad guys also love Fire Fox. Send because it lets them generate short-term links based on good-looking trusted domains for sharing arbitrary evil wear to unwitting victims, so thanks to fire Fox said the bad guys don't need to set up their own file sharing server. You know and like try to get a legitimate looking URL domain. They don't have to worry about making sure that you are. ells expire automatically. Mozilla does that for them and links it only work once create an extra challenge for security researchers. Even if the militias url is captured in a log by then it's probably been used so it's not possible to go back and obtain the original because it's been removed already. And, of course, since the IP is one of Mozilla servers. It's not one that anyone wants to just put a blanket block on. know I was GONNA say they wouldn't want to blacklist it but I'm working to be better. over the past few months fire, Fox, send it turns out has been used increasingly to store payloads for all sorts of cybercrime operations from ransomware through financial crime banking trojans. SPYWARE and used to target human rights. Defenders Fin seven revival also known as a so dino cabby. You are sniff. which is also the dream dot? Network and Z. loader are just some of the malware gangs and strains that have been seen hosting payloads using fire Fox, send as a consequence. The cyber security industry has has finally tipped its collective hat to Mozilla for suspending what has become a widely used and unfortunately now only abused service you know Mozilla did didn't just say Oh you know we recognize there's a problem we will be considering some changes in the future. They just shut it down. They said okay. We're GONNA. We're just GONNA. Stop making available until we can. You know upgraded? Cyber security researchers have suggested various changes to strengthen the service. One is to add a report abuse button so that flagging or killing militias links could be made much more quick and easy What Mozilla said in their statement about this, they said before relaunching. We will be adding an abuse reporting mechanism to augment the existing feedback form. And we will require all users wishing to share content using fire Fox send to sign in with a Fire Fox account. So. It's sad that once again we see the Internet's inherent anonymity, being abused and then having to be restricted. It was cool to be able to send up to one GIG with a twenty four hour expiration without needing an account with Mozilla. Even though I have one, but just zoom was forced to limit what they would allow to be done with full anonymity, so to now has Mozilla and as we know, even requiring an account is not a very high bar and my sense is, it's not going to be very effective, but at least it will help a bit, and it will help Mozilla to say hey, you know we've done all we can. We're doing you know we're doing all the we can do.
"ell" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Nerds heard. As we continue check news first Arnell Carrier SPORTSTALK presented by Kelsey Chevrolet on 700 WLW. News, Traffic and Weather News Radio 700 W. Ell, delegate Cincinnati Kentucky's governor, maybe ordering people So wear a mask. With the 7 30 report. I'm Matt Reese breaking now. Kentucky Governor Andy Bashir says he will be announcing new mandatory requirements tomorrow to try and stop the spread of the Corona virus in his state number of cases rising in Kentucky in recent days for 100 new ones the past 24 hours and the governor could order some or all Kentucky INS toe wear a mask in public. He has not commented on that yet. Number of cases statewide in Ohio weigh up to 1277 cases in the past 24 hours. With 21 new death starting tonight, You have to wear a mask in public places in Hamilton, Butler, Montgomery counties and several other counties across Ohio as ordered by governor the Wind yesterday State of Indiana 455 new cases of the virus today with 15 more deaths since yesterday. A staple of Cincinnati's Westside Zip dip on Harrison Avenue closed for now, because a worker there tested positive that employee worked one shift. It was last Tuesday, June 30th Zip tip. Says it will be closed for.
Chipotle Founder Steps Down as Chairman
"March interpolates founder Steve ells is stepping down Brian Niccol the company's CEO was replacing L. as chairman of the company L. started the casual Mexican food chain back in nineteen ninety three and served as its CEO until two thousand and seventeen when he became
Small business loans are fraught with pitfalls
"Talk about something that I've been on a burn about for a while and it's that the the truth in lending act does not apply to small businesses and so one of the hottest rip off areas in the country. Now are people who rip off small business owners with instant loans and so there's no requirement went under the law that a small business owner be told what junk fees are gonna come with alone or what interest rate comes with it and and I get as an owner of several small businesses. I get at least ten offers end the traditional male. You know snail mail coming from the post office. I get at least ten every week from these lenders. Assist specializing lending to small businesses. And it's something that could have been a good thing and there are people in it doing it right but unfortunately finally there are too many players out there who are taking advantage of the need for cash of small businesses and charging effective interest interest rates. That are gigantic for having money available in minutes hours or days. So here's here's the thing if you are a small business owner and you're getting these solicitations for these instant loans. Do Not Bite right until you have found out what fees there will be and what interest rate you'll be charged. If you can't get a straight answer you know you're done with whoever that is who's soliciting you and it is one of the failures of of Congress where every every individual member I think without exception in the US House and US Senate talk about how much they value small business people and they're all lying because they only care about the big fat cat corporations rations that line their pockets with contributions fact and the reality is nobody's looking out for the small a business owner and one example is that there are no laws governing proper disclosure of loan terms to to small businesses. And they're certainly should be second thing is the Supreme Court did the thing where states can charge sales tax to small businesses selling things over the Internet selling cross state lines. But it if I'm a big company if I'm Walmart or Amazon or target or something like that. Having to comply with the sales tax ex- rules of a zillion different cities and counties and states. And all that is something that for me is no big deal. It is a nightmare mayor for a small business trying to comply and there should be a simplified tax procedure. He just put in place that states will just have to live with that governs small businesses. Selling let's say online sales ells below a certain threshold that may be a million dollars a year in sales or ten million a year. Whatever the big money's coming from the big corporations corporations anyway? Why make life miserable for small businesses? I'd love to hear candidates running for president. President candidates running for office in the House of the Senate actually have a real agenda agenda to try to help entrepreneurs and small businesses because it is just maddening that the only only people who get to really been the ear of our elected officials or the lobbyists representing the biggest companies out there who feed all that campaign cash in and when people were going to run for office. Who really mean it? It's the People's House and that they are there to represent the people of the United
How Bitcoin Led to the Demise of the Largest Child Porn Site
"Today's guest is Jonathan Levin Oh founder and chief strategy officer and she analysis welcome Jonathon Back Laura on Wednesday you tweeted today is my proudest day Ah Chain Alice's what news did you share that day so on Wednesday this week the Department of Justice unsealed a indictment against the found an ultra of a website cooled welcome to video which was is one of the largest child pornography websites in the world and they unsealed diamonds against a lot of the operators or uses of the platform and a civil forfeiture against the proceeds from that activity redistribute to the victims and really they thanked us for our role in that case is helping them follow the money and makes those arrests and actually rescued twenty three children and it just so people understand the scope of this investigation welcome to video Jonathan said was the largest ever child porn site and they arrested three hundred and thirty seven site users across thirty eight countries so it's you know quite a big operation dealing with a lot of jurisdictions sooner than this more about welcome to video and how it worked so welcome to video was a site that was actually operating on troll which has had an onion browser which phenomenon is is both the users Hannon's de sites hi-p addresses so it's similar today anonymous browsing and the site offered away for uses to actually purchase acts S. two videos that were hosted by the site so that they could download the monster computers in and watch that and it was a provided away to people who wanted to contribute material child abuse material videos onto the website so they should come they could monetize content and when you say that a part of that was using bitcoin so how is bitcoin used on the site to Bitcoin was the only method of payment on the website so an individual could go and actually top-up taking by credits to download videos on welcome to video and would also get distributed payment from the website in Bitcoin if they are created as upset as fat content and so at the time of I guess time that they arrested the administrator will video had at that time set up one point three million addresses so why were there so many because I don't think there were that many users or maybe I'm wrong so that is really the upper bound on the amount of uses on the site because the the site regenerate bitcoin addresses for us when they when they looked into the site an nfl some of those bitcoin addresses may never have been used and so that's really an aqua balance but to see that this site was being used frequently in the one that was very active and so how did the government used the chain Alice's tools in their investigation so what analysis provides is investigation software for law enforcement to really be able to leverage blockchain analysis and follow the money in these investigations and you know it's really through the cooperation between the international agencies the only able to look at the same transactions and say the the proceeds of these funds were being cashed out or where people who are using the site was associate that bitcoins from and law enforcement can identify those faces and so legal process in each the jurisdictions to get information about really crew all the customers of who all the people behind thurs transactions and so they were able to identify both the administrator of the site and and a lot of the users of that and they they unsealed the claims are arrests and prosecutions of many of the US us on the site in the in the press raise and so as far as I understand and correct me if I'm wrong is the reason that bitcoin transactions had to be used to determine the various users because the website was using tour and so law enforcement didn't have the normal breadcrumbs available to determine who these people were that were using the site I think that the the accurate but one one interpretation could be that I think in general it is the case the the law enforcement uses whatever tools eh disposal to be able to go off to this type of crime and more and more you see government agencies getting better after leveraging blockchain analysis to be able to actually use that as a starting point in invest allegations hands build big cases as a result of an the Iras criminal investigations vision from the United States doesn't investigate this type of crime that goes off to the money laundering aspect own any form of criminal activity as redundant fault the head of the irs criminal investigation said the experts in you can follow the money and they they will leverage this type roads analysis to be able to prosecute all types of crime so when they're all breadcrumbs being lest through cyber investigations crypto currency has also become new tool in the toolkit of law enforcement in so this is a good example web blockchain analysis really did did help build out this investigation and your blog post had a an interesting graphic where there were kind of like these circles representing different entities and then lines between them so would show exactly so what it showed was that welcome to video had its own son what and really what analysts does is it enables us to look at the BITCOIN transactions that have happened in the past and associate which transactions I've been done by the same entity in this in this case an entity refers to a service like welcome video all like the CEO Alphabet Mauka all Bitcoin Another bitcoin fog mixing for example and what it does houses were able to say which transactions has that service being doing and we all able to attribute those services to real world name so we're able to say here all of the transactions that welcome to the has been involved in and then Audra photograph shows is what are the services that directly interacts with welcome to so many of those exchanges that you see on that on that graphic actually helped law enforcement identify the actual uses of that some of the cock phone there was sending or receiving money to welcome to video and so in a typical work flow alluring force agent would be able to identify what are the transactions of interest that they should ask an exchange about so then the exchange has the KYC information about those uses and law enforcement can then request information and continued ells on their investigation.
Inside Bill Gates' Brain with Davis Guggenheim
"Bills Brain three part documentary. Nfl I just watched it this week. Tell me how this project got started because you have you got a lot of access to gates and it's obviously Dan netflix unusual structure. You know three one hour episodes. Don't tell me how it came together so I was making the film waiting for Superman and we were almost it's done but it felt like he was missing. Voice and waiting for Superman was about public education's like how does this sort of failure of our public schools effect business and you know what better the thing to talk about. Someone who's in Silicon Valley or at least the business of Silicon Valley. He's obviously in Seattle but what does that do to growing the best business in in in America. How do you find talented educated. People had at his failure of our schools of some of our schools. I should say many are do really well but how does that effect are growing economy in in in the tech business. So I went up an interview bill. He was so great and so surprising that that I was like wait a minute this this person the needs to be reconsidered a because to give us the backstory. I was a I got a Macintosh nineteen eighty-four. It was the first person in my dorm Brown to get one. I think it was like ten had arrived at Brown in everyone of my floor huddled around this magical computer so I was a Mac. I was an apple guy and I always thought Steve Jobs is cool and Microsoft was just like for the business people and so I sort of held Bill Gates in my mind at arm's length that was like he just business guy. Maybe he's a monopolist. Maybe he's not but but you know I like. I like Mac and so what I finally met him. I was like wow. There's something he's doing right now. That needs to be understood. He is he's really changed his public image and I don't WanNa get into into that part of it because the weight inside bills brain is structured literally inside of every episode. It's almost like a thriller of the project that the bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is doing doing whether that's toilets or nuclear energy or vaccinations then there's like the history which is what most people kind of assume you're going to get right. We're GONNA GONNA tell the story Bill Gates from start to now but there's this like thriller component of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation happening inside of it. How did you decide to like like musicnet structure. Go started filming and I actually got lost. I don't know how to make this because a lot of the work. They're doing a super complex. In also initially dramatically. It's not just add water in the story tells itself right and so I was experimenting with this kind of way of cutting back and forth between his biography in the work that he's doing and the first time it worked was when I in its in episode two I think is when he's trying to figure out why cases of polio keep popping up all over Nigeria in Afghanistan Pakistan and why past efforts was it failed and how he used sort of his brain had he delvin to sort of like crack that because people been trying for years they thought they were getting close and then it doesn't work it. Would I thought I'd do is show bill in the early days in highschool cracking the class schedule. It's sort of a famous story where his private private school asbill a sophomore. I think ask him when he's a software and then he does it in his junior senior year but they say you're. You're good at this computer thing. You know there's a famous terminal school only one terminal any school in State of Washington say. Hey you're good at this coatings and can you code the class schedule at lakeside aside and so he and Paul Allen Staple night figure out how you know because his lakeside had merged with girls school so they had all these different classrooms different for campuses and Bill Paul us sort of their brains and they're sort of algorithms to cracks in the same way he cracks the algorithm or tries to crack the algorithm for a radical polio he did things like digital mapping in predictive analysis on where cases of polio would show up so the story telling the whole story retelling for all three episodes follows that one example where we cut back and forth between something some way in which his brain worked or or something revealed in his character actor is historical story with what he's doing now to reveal how his brain works and how you know how he solves problems so you obviously got all this access testable to Melinda. You got a bunch of archival footage. I guess you would call it of them. When they were young when they were dating there's Video Ville hugging kids when they're babies as which broke me like you don't ever see that side of him. How did you go about getting access to build. The product was kind of the condition that I make for any movie. When I flew complained to commit to page talk him into doing it might get loud. It was like if we're if we're GONNA do this. You got to open up to me. I won't ask any questions to ask. I will put everything on the table because that's you know that's what if you're going to do a movie forgot to go make make that effort you open yourself up and the same thing. I did with bill and I have to save all the people I've ever made a movie about. He was the most open in the least concerned about Oh. Don't go there. Don't get this right. I mean I went. I went right into you. You know the depositions for the case. You know there's pretty harsh stuff in there about how the world sees him and I put all if even if you go and watch the trailer of the trailer in the opening of the move of the series is is this guy a good guy bad guy you know one. One voice calls him the devil I really wanted to say I want to put it all table. Say who you know. Let's let's put everything on the table and let's let's consider this man. Today did bill get any edit control. Do they get to say they didn't want anything in there. Now what I do is for every movie all when I get a cut that I like I'll go show it to people so I showed to Jimmy page edge or anyone else or Bano or Malala just because I wanna make sure that I didn't miss something or it didn't miss categorize something and often in every case you sort of. They say oh well. You know what there's another another piece that story that entail you and usually gets better but nothing was. I didn't take anything out that I didn't WANNA put in so there's sequence your time in the antitrust apiece. There's a sequence where you ask him if he was arrogant in step position. This is great because you know. This is a heavy topic now. We actually talked about it on this podcast. All the time like like are these companies to powerful should get broken up. Microsoft was arguably the first the current president of Microsoft Brad Smith. He's just read a book about basically asking being the government to regulate tech companies. It's very interesting but it he bill gates was the first as you note in the documentary. He's he stepped back from the operations operations of Microsoft to handle trial he gave this famously bad deposition and you ask him if he's arrogant and he he was like well look when you're a twenty year old billionaire. Maher sometimes when when you were getting answer. Did you sense that he was that he was shading or was he just telling you what he thought. Who's absolutely shading you. You Watch it. What's what's fun about watching. The movie and we put the full answer in is that he didn't WanNa say he was hacked arrogant. The Fun thing about making a movie is one of my agree. Teachers taught me this about storytelling is that you know that the filmmakers job is to plus two. The audience's job is for that sounds like a really pretentious film film school way of saying it but the idea is I ask if he was arrogant. He gives an answer. It's up to you and the audience to say and decide whether he's arrogant or not so I like to put that in there and let the audience decide for himself or herself. Do you think that arrogance however he wants to think of it is an asset to him and his current work. That's a good question. That's a really good question. I'd have to let him answer that. I mean I think intense focus. I think being very certain I think maybe with a touch arrogance. Get to this place where you're cutting through a Lotta bullshit so that is an let me let me qualify this answer by this is my answer not his answer but I do think that affect of people in the world have to cut through bullshit they have to cut through group think in their own group in their own company they have to cut through how the bureaucratic nature of a big company slows things down so if arrogance Y- like five percent or twelve percent arrogance and certainty and bull headedness it is effective. I wouldn't mind that I think sometimes a director of documentaries has to be bull headed and arrogant sometimes but then you have to sort of you know put guardrails ells on yourself. You have to have a few on that so that you don't go too far and I think clearly see footage in there. From the early days of Microsoft will they'll clearly went too far. Your gifts and that's actually the one the one piece of documentary that I I don't know how interesting it would be to everybody. I kind of understand why it wouldn't be there but it's very interesting to me is Microsoft soft was a ruthless company with gates at the helm and you you wave at it a few times right by their competitors date they crush them obviously netscape and eh interest trials there but there was lots and lots of other stuff they did to ruthlessly destroy their competitors along the way and that was all bill. was there a moment where like. I need to focus on that that stuff more or say. I just need to say at once and move on. There's other stuff. That's more important you I mean the the the the focus of the series is really not about that. I put enough enough in there to acknowledge it and say this happened but it wasn't an expose of the tactics. Microsoft in this period of time and so did just like the movie doesn't get into who all the details of the entrust case it doesn't get into all the details of why bill thinks that they were maligned nor does it get into all the details of why people think Microsoft is wrong. That wasn't the focus of the series. The focus of the series is a character study of a guy in in what is he doing with his life.
"ell" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"ELL delegates. Cincinnati. Many federal workers now missing their second paycheck with the five thirty report req- chino. And I'm Brian comb breaking now as some of the eight hundred thousand federal employees are poised to lose their second paycheck today by putters and talks about a possible. Short-term compromise have begun after two Senate bills to end the shutdown failed yesterday. Meanwhile, a member of the Trump administration trying to clarify some of his comments down rages on commerce secretary Wilbur Ross now says he is quote painfully aware that there are hardships inflicted on the individual workers on Thursday Ross told CNBC that he doesn't understand why federal employees are taking food donations saying that they should just take out a loan house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi called Ross who is a billionaire a modern day. Marie Antoinette's ABC's. Lana Zak, meanwhile, presidents now saying he'll reopen the government if Democrats grant some sort of pro rated downpayment on the wall. House speaker Nancy Pelosi's call for Republicans reopened the government before any negotiations begin. Now, the latest traffic and weather together from the UCLA traffic center, you see health offering advanced facility services with compassion and care starting off the morning in pretty good shape on the highways. Single car accident eastbound on seventy four before you, get coal rain. But traffic light enough that it is not a major problem. Kemper lanes closed off between Columbia Parkway. And Francis thing that's due to a mudslide Chuck Ingram. Newsradio seven hundred w while.
Talking about the pretty and pricey new iPad Pro (The 3:59, Ep. 484)
"Today's three fifty nine is sponsored by player. Unknowns. Battleground mobile of g mobile is an on the go battle royale at its greatest with eyepopping graphics, super smooth gameplay variety of exciting play modes. Download the official mobile version of pub G four free go to your Android or app store and type g mobile and collect a special reward using the promo code H O ell's EPZ x nine C code also listed in the episode description play now. Welcome to the three fifty nine. I'm Ben FOX ribbon. I'm Alfred and I'm Scott Stein. Scott just published his review of the new ipad. Pro it's got a new pencil a new design a new face ide-. But it's also got a new price tag. Yes. Does sting is expensive? It goes up to eighteen ninety nine that's for all the specs and all the trimmings starts at seven ninety nine for the eleven inch. I looked at the twelve point nine inch version and have been living with for a little less than a week. Do you like it is it a so I think what I'm especially interested in is. Is it a computer replacement is it gonna replace affairs here? Yeah. What is it? What is it? Up replace. No, I don't think it's a very good laptop replacement because if you're looking for track pad support or mouse support it doesn't have that still, and it doesn't have the sort of web experience at the browser experience that you might expect that's on a Chromebook even that that allows for deeper web tools, but if you don't care about that if you have already been using an ipad or no tonight that pros bring to the table last year similar idea in the software hardware super blazing fast. And I think the design of it is really nicely refined. But that's kind of an apple trend of this year. Larger screens more refined higher price. Yeah. Good grief. The other thing. That's like the most aptly thing about this is that they came out with a new pencil that doesn't work with the old ipad. Yeah. Only works with this one. Yeah. So you have to buy new pencil, and it's one hundred thirty dollars hundred thirty dollars, which is ally. Now, the thing is if you've never gotten one of these before, and you get this now, the pencil charges and works, much, more seamlessly. It's great to have that. It's kind of like air pods. Nice instant available for you. Much better than that stabbing out the back, but to have to buy a whole new end, and I'd have any adapter for the old one is crazy. Okay. But okay, we're kind of focusing on some of the less, enjoyable parts of this. Did you like using it was it funded, you know, kind of draw with with the pencil where there are a lot of nice improvements. When when you're using it for what an ipad is for like all those are graphics everyday like a web razzing even writing I really like it. And I've traveled with an ipad a lot too is. I think to take notes with or just us on the train and for the amount of apps it has and for all that stuff. But what I don't like is when you have to start editing rave to start doing anything that gets more mission critical, which is the idea of pro that part. You can't take it with you. I don't think and file an entire story without a lot of headaches. So that part I don't like, but I did like the speed of it. I like the design refinement, there's more screen and less is. I wish you didn't cost more. Yeah. Yeah. No kidding. So we've also got. Even more election scams. We've got Alfred here to talk about them this one targeting vote for one one dot org. Tells you vote for one dot org is a voter information website, you can find out where to register to vote. What candidates you in your district stand for and what's on the ballot? Generally, John Oliver had promoted on a show last week tonight on October twenty eighth and I got a two thousand percent spike in traffic after that little promo and it two days after he promoted scammers set up a website called vote for one one dot com. Which is a common mistake that people would make most people are going dot com websites and this website, basically ran a online technical support scam. Which is if you ever go on a website. And it tells you like, hey, you've been infected with a virus? Please call this number to get it removed. And then you know, they essentially put a virus on your computer. If you do call that number, and then you acid you. They ask you to pay them to get rid of it was very common scheme. But now, they're using you know, curiosity around the mid term. Elections to basically use it as a watering hole type of attack where they know a lot of people are going to be looking for these election updates and things like that. And they're using that to their advantage. With a fake website. Do do we know if there are now more or less midterm related hacks or scams going on nowadays than maybe four years ago? I mean, it's unclear because anytime somebody gets hacked, it's not like there's somebody going out there say, hey, we did this or anything like that. But we do know that there have been. They're more vigilant about it. And there are a lot of examples about this so Microsoft in August talked about how they had gone rid of these websites that were basically doing the same thing. But it might have been for a lot more malicious purposes because so while the fake vote for on dot com website was more for financial gains the Russian websites that Microsoft had taken out more specifically like politically motivated. Great. If you want to read more about these stories, check us out on seen it. I'm Ben FOX urban. I'm offering I'm Scott Stein. Thanks for listening.
New iPad Pro vs. Surface Pro 6: Which Should You Buy?
"And this is apple now, ironically, competing with Microsoft when it comes to innovation, but I have to tell you an ipad is not a great way to get work done. For a couple of reasons. Yes, you can attach a keypad or keyboard and have something of an experience like a computer. But with the new ipad. I don't think you can connect a mouse. I don't know how you get any real work done without a mouse. And that's just one of the advantages. I think the Microsoft surface has you're also on the ipad pro not using the traditional apple interface for computers, you're using the iphone or the IRS interface. And it's just not the same thing. I'm not sure how successful was going to be as a move for apple. I don't know either. And that surfaces ruining my marriage. I mean. The nappy surface because that's what our business told her to do. And she says, well, what is this? I don't know. Well, what do I do here? I don't know. And then she says, she leaves. So you know, you can keep the surface. I'm an apple guy. Sorry to send it to me. If you want. There was a couple of days last week. I wanted to send her to you. Greg stephan. Thank you so much for your time. We appreciate it. It's great to be here. Right. That'll do it for me Sloan is up next. He wants to do with Halloween Willie's taken up, the the the campaign at noon, and the whole Aftab, pure, evil mess. So that's straight ahead on seven hundred wwl w. Traffic and weather. News Radio seven hundred w ELL jelly, Cincinnati traffic issues all over town with the nine o'clock report. I'm Bryant combs breaking now. Expect long delays today. If you trip on any of the tri-state main interstates backups are being reported across the
Rowing: Cincinnati teacher completes record trans-Atlantic row
"News Radio seven hundred w ELL, Cincinnati A major. Accomplishments by a local. Teacher. With the nine o'clock report, I'm Jack crumley breaking now he's a teacher in Madisonville and he just set a, new, record for crossing the ocean Bryce Carlson biology teacher at the seven. Hills school road his, boat himself for more than two thousand miles across the North Atlantic he started at Newfoundland arriving at the isles of silly yesterday is dad pouring champagne on. Bryce Bryce took a swig then poured some on his boat Carlson arrived thirty eight days after he started the previous world record for, a west, to east solo crossing fifty three days I feel like I had. A lot of luck. Along. The way and a lot, of help a lot of help from friends family the community From some higher power I. Don't know a lot of health Matt Reese NewsRadio seven hundred wwl wwl's for his condition after that trek Carlson said he felt a, little wobbly Naba latest traffic and weather together no major interstate problems have been reported right now but if you get. Stuck in traffic call us at four, two one n e w s now.
Kentucky Drug Overdose Deaths up 11.5 Percent in 2017
"Sad, you're just like man I mean Paul Dougherty the, other day doc on basically said do you care Bengals season starting the worst thing that you can say is I don't care I. Think is worse I think you gotta go in with some. Degree of optimism you have. To be realistic you have to know that they're certain things that are never going to change with the franchise and. This and that but I think, as I've said you've could look at some of the potential positives and get a degree. Of optimism Lisa's how do I think it sucks especially doing. This every day if I gotta go, in, with like oh it's going to be terrible incident that. That's no good I. Can't do it it's not good. For my life seven four nine seven thousand. Eight hundred pounds seven hundred on AT and t. your thoughts on the, season coming up Sheila. Your first step what? Are you thinking my take on the Bengals I I'm going to go at thirteen and three this year thirty three. Thirteen, and thirty Andy Dalton all run run and more touchdown and he's ever had. In a season Well what was? A two thousand fifteen was the stats in front of me that was arguably his his best season he played very. Well, and, look a lot of last year, he was looking at getting killed right And so he was gun shy and look everyone knows it's no secret he's not a guy that's going to lift the rest of, the team on his shoulders and succeed in, spite of them he needs a lot of things working well and when a lot when the lines going well. Providing them time and there's a. Lot of weapons around him he can be a sufficient quarterback and I hope. That happens this year absolutely but I I. Think Marvin Lewis I think he's mingle tied Jonathan Marvin Lewis came in and it was like he was just. Bingo-type any control or his at all All right well Sheila the thirteen and three I got about Some money up I'll bet you. On that. One a Greg How. Are you, feeling, about the Bengals I feel pretty good about I mean there's you know what they showed, a lot of promise last year they make some great mood and then. We got the offensive line coach. From Dallas Greg I'm, sorry to. Interrupt, you but. The point you. Just made the offensive line coach there's people around. That team that are saying they tell me this. Was the best free agent acquisition they had. This whole forget the players. Forget cordy Glenn forget okay Billy price. That's all good but this is the most impactful off season, change this club is made and I couldn't agree more I was never a fan of. Of Alexander I thought he was he? He didn't teach the things. The mentality, I, believe that you? Need to be a great offensive. Line which, is to nasty and firing, out and coming off the ball and taking the fight He was. More of an occupy college kind of way of. Blocking and by all accounts this dude is. The real deal hopefully hopefully. It works out so your thoughts seven. Four nine seven thousand eight hundred the big one pound seven, hundred on AT and t. while we check in the newsroom seven hundred w l w News traffic and weather News Radio seven hundred w ELL jelly Cincinnati Asking questions about the. Meeting, in Helsinki with the five thirty reports I'm Jack crumley breaking now there's a, narrative that is developed, that somehow President Trump is weak on Russia and when in fact the secretary, of state Mike Pompeo testifying to the Senate Foreign Relations committee today answering questions about President. Trump's private meeting with Vladimir Putin in Helsinki chairman of the committee Bob corker criticized the president for holding. A summit with Putin who's accused of, hostile actions around the world we've heard that some agreements were. Reached but as of yet have little idea what those might be even though the president has already extended an, invitation to Putin to come to Washington to discuss the implementation quote, quote of these undefined agreements word from the White House this afternoon that Putin visit. To, Washington is now apparently been pushed back to sometime next year meantime NBC news is reporting that both the transcript and the video archived by the US government of the, president's news conference with Vladimir, Putin, in Helsinki have edited a, reporter Asking Putin if he wanted Trump to win the election Putin answered yes Now, the latest traffic and weather together from the UCLA traffic center UC. Health providing our region with. The most advanced treatments for brain and spine big time backup right now southbound four seventy one is heavy from the Big Mac all. The way down to two seventy five eastbound two seventy five in Kentucky, you're backed up from. 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Trump on Putin meeting: "I go in with low expectations"
"Chateau the name of the album this song went to number eight album is i said one the number one number one for several weeks seven seven albums in a row john that went to number one this is a sole whose protagonist is john classic country guy cut this album somewhere in rural france and where i could tell you but i know countryside farm that had a studio nigel ocean on drums is first real work without john same with league atari st johnstone and both johnstone and wholesome combined on many many of john's subsequent on fender rhodes the johnny's playing electric kind of like there wasn't elected ivan julian on trump i just love the orchestration bill john long farewell tour and allentown pa starting september the us back next february twenty seven cloudy high of ninety today they see a chance of showers and thunderstorms at some point chance of showers and thunderstorms tonight low around seventy four and then tomorrow again same deal sunny then showers thunderstorms high near eighty six then it clears out nice tuesday wednesday thursday all look sunny seventy five at the tristate severe weather station news radio seven hundred w l w when we come back the presidency baseball and cincinnati yes there is a thread that runs through it will explain it next on sunday morning sports talk on seven hundred w l w news traffic and weather news radio seven hundred w ell cincinnati the president says he has low expectations for the russia summit with a nine thirty report allison wyant breaking now the president says he does not expect much from tomorrow's meeting with russian president of ladimir putin bad's gonna come out of it and maybe some good will come out but i go in with low expectations i'm not going with high expectations i don't i don't really i can't tell you what's going to happen in an interview we cbs news today the president says having meeting wit having meetings with world leaders use a positive thing so having meetings with russia china north korea i believe in it i nothing bad's gonna come out of it and maybe some good will come out he's headed to finland to meet with putin on monday he also addressed the twelve russian intelligence officers that were indicted by the justice department last week for hacking democratic party servers and emails an effort to influence the two thousand sixteen election the president said he hadn't thought about asking putin to hand over the twelve but he says he will certainly ask about it now the latest traffic and weather together no major accidents on the areas highways right now the latest forecast from the.