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 Janet Yellen wins Senate approval as treasury secretary

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 d ago

Janet Yellen wins Senate approval as treasury secretary

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting Janet Yellen win Senate approval as treasury secretary the ETS are eighty four the nays are fifteen without the Senate overwhelmingly approved Janet Yellen to be the seventy eighth treasury secretary of the United States the seventy four year old Yellen thus becomes the first woman treasury secretary in the department's two hundred thirty two year history Yellen who was also the first woman chair of the federal reserve is expected to play a key role in arguing for president Biden's one point nine trillion dollar corona virus relief package prior to Monday's vote Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said few people possess the experience and expertise that Missy Ellen would bring to the treasury all fifteen votes against the Allen came from Republicans Mike Rossio Washington

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Austin wins Senate confirmation as 1st Black Pentagon chief

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 4 d ago

Austin wins Senate confirmation as 1st Black Pentagon chief

"The Senate has confirmed president Biden's second cabinet member the Senate but was overwhelming to confirm Lloyd Austin a west point graduate as the nation's first black secretary of defense the ETS are ninety three the nays are too and the nomination is confirmed Austin retired twenty sixteen after rising through the ranks during forty one years in the U. S. army he was the first black general to head U. S. Central Command he received a waiver from the house and Senate for a ban on military officers serving as secretary of defense within seven years of retirement Austin pledged to senators to address white supremacy in violent extremism in the ranks of the military and said he embraces the president's focus on fighting the corona virus pandemic Jennifer king Washington

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Why VanEck Got Into Esports ETFs

The Business of Esports

03:57 min | 2 months ago

Why VanEck Got Into Esports ETFs

"What was the genesis of vanak deciding. They wanted to get into gaming sports right. Like when you're doing a million other kind of sectors sectors like how did that come about and twenty eighteen. You know when. We're when we're thinking about an i'm speaking from my corporate hat. You know where you're thinking about how we're gonna watch on what's focus on. There's so many different things you can do so many opportunities out there right so and dematic. Ets are really hot right now. So demand etf is when you busy are not arbitrarily what you come up with. The new games are a great investment idea or Healthcare whatever it is. This is a good idea. So we're going to build an index around so there's a lot of market research that goes into what's out there now like i mentioned there was one other huge job right now. We know what we want back in eighteen. That's not really that crowded so zone. In other areas there might be seventy eight yes right. So how many other guys are playing this story. what's the competition. And then maybe there's five or ten five or six s out there and they're not really bringing in a lot of money right so you could be like a spivey jobs out there. They had their big mama five years ago. Nothing's happening to them right now for the game was just like right place right time. There was an energy. I don't know if you recall back and so we really started getting going. I would say mid year end at second quarter. Two thousand and eighteen or night creates right. Now that's basinger. Espn dot com people. Being like wait a minute. This guy's a millionaire playing video games so when you see something happening like that as organic energy that's just kind of in the ecosystem and how two thousand eighteen once for video you just. It's just a business know. It's a combination of great great timing perfect Factors that are going on. Where's the energy going. And he just kind of turned right away. That that's how i would see it. I mean i suppose to think about right that major appearing on tv right like ends up creating a financial financial products like way over here read lack. The effect of his stardom in that in that year and sort of his rise had all these other sort of add on consequences that we don't even think about a hundred percent. And i think it goes a lot to the peter listening advanced than what you know right. So when you have people who are investment professionals and people who are investing. Let's say thirty five to sixty right so they have kids right so you have and their kids spending all the money a fortnight watching twitch watch union all so it's where their kids are talking about it now it's on the front page of the wall street journal on espn dot com. So it's like what's going on here and it kinda kinda gives people off. So that's what i mean. When i said over the last few years we've gone from people being like what's going on here to be like okay. This is this is real sock going away in. We're we categorize it as kind of a long term structural perot's industry his. There's a lot going on. You've got strong revenue growth as you know you got crazy userbase growth and i think what a lot of people don't understand it is not just twelve year olds fifteen-year-olds plan with her parents credit cards. He's a thirty five year olds. Who had jobs and make connor thousand dollars a year and they spend a lot of money only And you guys know that. I think a lot of people don't so that there's that it's it's been really long. Don't don me all my wife any of this j patient in the same boat too. I be a grandma again. Don't don't let her steve. My cosmetic digital item spent firmly hidden in this family. A song on cad. How much i had already know. Honey valve is

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Barrett confirmed as Supreme Court justice in partisan vote

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 3 months ago

Barrett confirmed as Supreme Court justice in partisan vote

"The Senate has approved the controversial nomination of judge Amy Coney Barrett to the US Supreme Court on a mostly party line vote the Republican majority in the Senate was able to power past objections from every Democrat the ETS are fifty two the Naser forty eight Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says it was their duty to confirm the president's pick one of the most brilliant admired and well qualified qualified nominees in our lifetime and says Democrats would have done the same thing if they were in power the judge is a conservative democratic Senate leader Chuck Schumer says it goes deeper than that on issues like abortion workers rights the affordable Care Act and climate change judge Barrett pulls far right views well outside the American mainstream and those views matter Amy Coney Barrett replaces the late liberal icon Ruth pater Ginsburg and becomes president trump's third justice on the nation's highest court Jackie Quinn Washington

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Automated test grading has moved way past Scantron bubble sheets

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:23 min | 3 months ago

Automated test grading has moved way past Scantron bubble sheets

"Even before the pandemic one way technology has been creeping into students. Lives is through grading and we're not just talking about those multiple choice bubble sheets that have been around for decades. The educational testing service which creates statewide assessments for K. through twelve students along with higher Ed tests like gre has been using artificial intelligence to grade essays since. Nineteen ninety nine but can a I really tell good writing from bad andreas or Anya is vice president of assessment and learning technology development for ets. He says, systems are trained to look for things like style grammar and how arguments are built assist them is trained by to extract a lot of features of good and bad writing, and so what that system does, it's it aggregate all the data from an essay after processing it, and then it produces some kind of professional score. The scores of the computer are being compared to a human reiter, and then if there's a big discrepancy, usually a third raider comes in to resolve the discrepancy. So it's actually sort of a check on the human reviewer. It is the way we use it. It is a check on the human reviewer deal. See this ever the I ever being good enough to replace teachers in their sort of regular grading that they do, which I know is one of their many teachers least favourite activities. Yeah. So I really believe in joining forces of computers and humans and so having. Systems that help teachers, for example, spots like, Hey, a lot of your students are struggling with this topic may be next lesson. You want to take a little bit more time you know expanding on that or maybe you know the degrading rights, especially the the more low low key grading with with fairly straight fair for answers at the lower levels. That's something that a computer can do really well, very reliably and so helping a teacher so that teacher can spend more time on personalizing their instruction and and giving individual attention I. Think it's a great way to go about this. How often do you see the I catching examples of poor writing that that human has missed and in that second expert having to come in? It depends by exam. So for a practice exam, it may be different than for Gre. But we have pretty strict rules surrounded where More than one and a half point difference is already more than we WANNA tolerate and you're talking about maybe six point skill, and so you know it depends on the exam it can be five percent can be ten percents but I think the important point is that whenever there's some discrepancy we're going to check into it. We're never letting something go without the check. We've seen stories of students. You know kind of gaming, the system just writing a bunch of keywords that they know the system is GonNa be looking for and getting a perfect score. What's the usefulness of that kind of grading if it can easily be gamed? If a system is that easily game -able, it's obviously not a very good system and it needs to be revisited. Now you have to take into account what the purpose was. So if the purpose of a system is to help a student in a low six environment learn or to help inform a teacher denise of that system are obviously very different than if you make life decisions about admitting someone or other you know very impactful decisions based on it, and so it depends on how you use it. Clearly. There are some school systems that are using a I. In this way. What role do you see the companies that make the technology having in preventing it from be being used in a way that you think is not actually that helpful We we have done a bunch of presentations over the past couple years to kind of set up Some key questions that we believe teachers should ask is the data that is being used in these systems appropriate for my students. Right is are these models related to what my students need cannot intervene in the system or these kind of questions that? Teachers need to ask and I think it's really important that as we move further and further in this automated world that we really tool people an arm people with with those questions and being able to make good judgments for whether these tools are good for the learning that happens in their classrooms or not. Andreas you've been with the company for a really long time working on this technology. Do you see a point when when your work is done, it's all it all works as well as human grading. I don't think that point will AFRICOM and not because he systems aren't aren't progressing really rapidly because they're getting better and better. But the reason why I don't think that's ever happened is because as soon as we get these systems really well done to do what we know. Now, we as a society want way more things and we are always wanting more things than we wanted before and so our creativity and our desire for new things will always out base what we can model at any point in time Andreas or anya is with eds.

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Outcry as some nursing homes try to grab stimulus checks

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 8 months ago

Outcry as some nursing homes try to grab stimulus checks

"One some of lawmakers the nation's are military warning nursing services homes will have they cannot a black force officer low in charge income residents for the to first surrender time their twelve on the hundred Senate dollar floor economic the ETS stimulus are ninety checks eight the nays the attempt are zero to grab vice stimulus president money Mike from pence residents took the on unusual Medicaid step was of presiding reported by over the the elder vote confirming justice general office Charles of the Federal brown Trade junior Commission as which Air received Force chief complaints of staff from a number that of makes states brown the some first lawmakers black in Congress member of the are joint calling chiefs on federal since watchdogs Colin Powell to was issue chairman a warning nearly to nursing thirty homes years and ago assisted brown living facilities is one of just two that black relief four star money from officers Congress in the entire is a tax military credit not and in a video income message that last they can week claim described to defray the struggle the cost of of feeding care in and a thing about any wearing funds the same that flight were taken suit should be with returned the same wings on my meanwhile chest as my nursing peers homes account for in about the main question one by third another military of member the deaths are you in a pilot the corona brownie virus is pandemic a fighter pilots Jackie Quinn and most recently Washington was the air force's top Pacific commander Sager made Donnie Washington

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Senate confirms first black service chief in unanimous vote

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 8 months ago

Senate confirms first black service chief in unanimous vote

"One of the nation's military services will have a black officer in charge for the first time on the Senate floor the ETS are ninety eight the nays are zero vice president Mike pence took the unusual step of presiding over the vote confirming general Charles brown junior as Air Force chief of staff that makes brown the first black member of the joint chiefs since Colin Powell was chairman nearly thirty years ago brown is one of just two black four star officers in the entire military and in a video message last week described the struggle of feeding in a thing about wearing the same flight suit with the same wings on my chest as my peers in the main question by another military member are you a pilot brownie is a fighter pilots and most recently was the air force's top Pacific commander Sager made Donnie Washington

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Senate confirms first black service chief in unanimous vote

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 8 months ago

Senate confirms first black service chief in unanimous vote

"One of the nation's military services will have a black officer in charge for the first time on the Senate floor the ETS are ninety eight the nays are zero vice president Mike pence took the unusual step of presiding over the vote confirming general Charles brown junior as Air Force chief of staff that makes brown the first black member of the joint chiefs since Colin Powell was chairman nearly thirty years ago brown is one of just two black four star officers in the entire military and in a video message last week described the struggle of feeding in a thing about wearing the same flight suit with the same wings on my chest as my peers in the main question by another military member are you a pilot brownie is a fighter pilots and most recently was the air force's top Pacific commander Sager made Donnie Washington

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Senate confirms first black service chief in unanimous vote

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 8 months ago

Senate confirms first black service chief in unanimous vote

"One of the nation's military services will have a black officer in charge for the first time on the Senate floor the ETS are ninety eight the nays are zero vice president Mike pence took the unusual step of presiding over the vote confirming general Charles brown junior as Air Force chief of staff that makes brown the first black member of the joint chiefs since Colin Powell was chairman nearly thirty years ago brown is one of just two black four star officers in the entire military and in a video message last week described the struggle of feeding in a thing about wearing the same flight suit with the same wings on my chest as my peers in the main question by another military member are you a pilot brownie is a fighter pilots and most recently was the air force's top Pacific commander Sager made Donnie Washington

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Senate confirms first black service chief in unanimous vote

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 8 months ago

Senate confirms first black service chief in unanimous vote

"One of the nation's military services will have a black officer in charge for the first time on the Senate floor the ETS are ninety eight the nays are zero vice president Mike pence took the unusual step of presiding over the vote confirming general Charles brown junior as Air Force chief of staff that makes brown the first black member of the joint chiefs since Colin Powell was chairman nearly thirty years ago brown is one of just two black four star officers in the entire military and in a video message last week described the struggle of feeding in a thing about wearing the same flight suit with the same wings on my chest as my peers in the main question by another military member are you a pilot brownie is a fighter pilots and most recently was the air force's top Pacific commander Sager made Donnie Washington

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Rand Paul holds up passing bill that would ban lynching

Terry Meiners

00:57 sec | 8 months ago

Rand Paul holds up passing bill that would ban lynching

"On the Senate floor this afternoon Kentucky Republican rand Paul under fire over his push to amend the bill passed by the house back in February that would make lynching a federal crime senator rand Paul saying legislation should exclude anything short of quote serious bodily harm that's how he's phrasing that he says that this bill won't work in its current form it's still would cheapen the meaning of latching by defining it so broadly as to include a minor bruise or abrasion and he goes on to talk about the amendments needed for ETS this bill would expand the meaning of lynching to include any bodily injury including a cut an abrasion or a bruise physical pain illness or any other injury to the body no matter how

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A's to place scouts on furlough; MLB proposal not accepted by players

Total Information AM

01:23 min | 8 months ago

A's to place scouts on furlough; MLB proposal not accepted by players

"Fan the Oakland Athletics replacing their scouts and other front offices employees on furlough and cutting the salaries of other executives as part of a cost cutting move in response to the pandemic the furloughs will begin next week the team's amateur scouts are gonna stay on through the draft which is June tenth to eleventh and the furloughs will apply to professional and amateur scouts front office employees on the business side the ETS we'll continue to pay health care for one K. and pension costs for their employees so that's another team and that's not necessarily promising and neither is this Major League Baseball made a proposal to the players union yesterday during a digital meeting rather than the fifty fifty revenue sharing plan the major league minimum players a rookie at the major league minimum for example would make a higher percentage of his salary than multi million dollar stars in what is a sliding scale proposal by big league teams and the players found that quote extremely disappointing the union said the sides also remain far apart on health and safety protocols aimed at starting this pandemic delayed season around the fourth of July so it looks like we are in a holding pattern again in Major League Baseball not saying they aren't going to play with the two sides are far apart right now it appears on economics and on health

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Oakland A's missed $1.2 million stadium rent payment

WCCO Morning News

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Oakland A's missed $1.2 million stadium rent payment

"Meanwhile trouble in the bay area the Oakland Athletics say they can't pay their landlord the head of the agency that oversees the Oakland Coliseum says the ETS have informed that they have no ability to pay the annual one point two million dollar rent in the garden tells the bay area news group the PA's say they've been unable to generate revenue because they haven't used the Coliseum this season and they'll be of course it's been shut down says the Coliseum is willing to negotiate with some items in the athletics lease but quote we can't just say no

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So far, no spike in coronavirus in places reopening, U.S. health secretary says

TED Radio Hour

00:50 sec | 9 months ago

So far, no spike in coronavirus in places reopening, U.S. health secretary says

"As NPR's Joel rose reports the secretary of health and Human Services says that so far authorities aren't seeing spikes of coronavirus infections in states that are re opening HHS secretary Alex ETS are told CNN's state of the union that federal authorities are watching the number of new coronavirus cases closely we are seeing that in areas that are opening we're not seeing the spike in cases we still see spikes in some areas that are in fact closed but these are cautioned that it's still early days and that it will take time for the data to come in from states like Georgia Florida and Colorado that moved quickly to lift restrictions he's R. said it should be up to local governments to decide how and when to re open public health experts warn that it's impossible to reopen the country safely without more aggressive testing and wide spread contact tracing for people who test

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Azar says Trump administration aiming for 300 million vaccine doses by year's end

Face the Nation from CBS News

08:10 min | 9 months ago

Azar says Trump administration aiming for 300 million vaccine doses by year's end

"You we're going to go now to health and Human Services secretary Alex ETS are he joins us from HHS good morning Mr secretary Marty Marty good to be with you again great to have you operation warp speed which is what the White House is calling this Porsche to have a vaccine by the end of the year three hundred million doses is the promise can you be clear here is the pledged that all three hundred and twenty eight million Americans will be able to get a shot in their arm by the end of the year Wilmar let's be clear that's a goal and you know I think the Gretzky's once said that you fail to achieve a hundred percent of the goals you don't set and so it's not a pledge it's a goal of what we're gonna mobilize the entire U. S. government private sector to achieve what happened is you know these drug companies and vaccine makers they all said it's going to take this amount of time because they're using their traditional approaches yes you do phase one phase two phase three trials in sequence then you do manufacturing well what the president said that's not acceptable so what we're doing is bringing the inefficiency out of the development process to make the development side faster to get to a safe and effective vaccines and at the same time we're gonna scale up commercial size manufacturing and produce hundreds of millions of doses at risk they may not pan out they might not prove to be safe and effective but we'll have it so we could begin administration right away you said hundreds of millions of doses that is not the same thing as saying hundreds of millions of vaccines ready to be administered to the American public you said this week that the entire American population could receive vaccines by January that's the goal can you that's a hundreds hundreds of millions we have hundreds of millions of people SO three hundred million is the goal and by January that we would set whether by one or multiple vaccine candidates ought to be able to have let's let's focus our energies on actually getting those vaccines developed S. one to set expectations for the American people because clearly you can have a lot of people wanting this vaccine will it require booster shots are you short two three hundred million doses is sufficient well those are great questions Margaret that's actually going to be part of the development programs that do you study is the is it a single shot do you have more of multiple with a booster what type of immune response do you get here that's why you don't go into battle with just one target here so we had a hundred candidates originally we've narrowed it to fourteen and we're gonna keep narrowing that down to maybe four five six that we really place the big financial bats behind and drive on and we might actually have multiple vaccines some of appropriate for different populations in different settings as we said as we see the data gets generated here president trump said on Monday we have prevailed on that same day may eleventh all twelve of the different models that the CDC uses projected that there will be over a hundred thousand deaths by June first how can the administration say we've prevailed when you see a death rate climbing like that what will Margaret as you remember the president clarified that in response to a question that by prevailed he met with regard to testing by building that really novel comprehensive private public sector diagnostic system here in the United States he did not mean the disease burden here and he would actually cutting clarified that you could never speak of prevailing or or success when there's even a single death every death is tragic the disease burden here has been here and across the world has been has been horrible we work to minimize that we believe that our actions to delay and and and and and and flatten the curve saved hundreds of thousands of lives that otherwise could have been lost but but that's still nothing to revel in in terms of any loss of life is tragic for the president or for any of us in the public health world absolutely but given that some of the states are starting to reopen parts of their economy and there's a lag time of sometimes two to three weeks before you see the virus show up how what how much of a sense do you have about whether re opening is re infecting the populace at large weld these will be really important questions Margaret for us to study drug comprehensive surveillance system so that's why a critical part of re opening has been influenza like illness surveillance another hospital admissions surveillance as well as syndromic testing of a symptomatic individuals especially in high risk communities and that's what actually what's going to be really helpful with this federal system in the approach the president's taking of having each state taking a localized decision it's gonna give us really good data you know we don't know what risk of re opening and in other words just yet but you are going to be monitoring it is what you're certainly well we certainly will we'll be monitoring but we've seen some initial instances of states like Georgia that have reopened Florida that's re opening that we have not seen but again it's still early days we think the tools are there and it's also important to remember you know this gets set up as a health versus a consummate kind of conflict it's actually health versus health we see we see in suicidality we see reduction in cardiac procedures cancer screenings on pediatric vaccinations there is a real very real health consequences to the shutdowns that must be balanced against as weak as we try to reopen this economy and move forward absolutely whistleblower Dr Rick bright is going to appear on sixty minutes tonight he specifically names you and his complaint as having downplayed the catastrophic threat the last time that you were with us here on face the nation was March first and at that time you told me what your viewers need to know is the risk to the average Americans remain low do you stand by that I mean do you take responsibility for any missteps you might have so taken so Margaret I think if we found the entire clip that on because I was using words only the doctor found G. Dr Redfield Dr shook at doctor medicine EA would tell me to say in the would repeat publicly also I believe what I said is the rest of the average American at this time remains low but that could change rapidly we always were I was always focused on warning that the situation could change that at the moment the risk was low to any individual American so I stand by that in the sense that that's what the public health people where I don't make this stuff up I go with what felt she and Redfield and shook it and Massenet and others does say because they're the public health experts certain certainly but they report up to you the CDC has been blamed for failure and mistakes with testing do you take responsibility for that so we were confronting a situation that's completely novel there is never been a national immediate testing regime across public and private sectors we have had to literally build this from the ground up Margaret that's what should folks don't quite understand here is that the CDC's role is to develop a an initial fairly low throughput public health test that health labs will what will do for initial diagnosis but then we count on the private sector actually to scale up these high throughput large task capacities and that's what we've done in historic time you know these tests normally takes six tonight any for any problems that the CDC has admitted to having had we wanted to see what problems that the CDC have the CDC had an issue as they scaled up manufacturing of tests to get them out to about ninety public health labs there was apparently a contamination at an end stage there on the third party re agent that never led to false negatives or false positives bought that prevented some of the scale up for a couple of weeks but that was never going to be the backbone of testing a broad mass testing in the United States market that depends on the companies like Abbott and Roche and thermo Fisher hi I just want to cover your calling Peter Navarro has said that the CDC let the country down given the CD well reports up to you do you take responsibility for that what do you think about that I don't believe the CDC let this country down I believe the CDC serves an important public health role and what was always critical was to get the private sector to the

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House passes massive $3T coronavirus relief package

KYW 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 9 months ago

House passes massive $3T coronavirus relief package

"House passes a three trillion dollar coronavirus relief bill providing assistance to state and local governments Republican leaders in the Senate are calling it a liberal wish list more from correspondent Tom photograph might not be going anywhere in the Senate but they either house of Congress has passed on other big money aid bill aimed at helping those fighting the corona virus and or the unemployment is caused the ETS are two hundred and eight and the nays are one hundred and ninety nine the heroes video is passed house democratic Majority Leader Steny Hoyer's which bridge the crisis of Gobert nineteen pandemic dials must do its duty in full and do so in a way that contributes to the safety and welfare of our people not in any way that harms it I want to thank each member of the house from returning to DC today to vote on this important legislation but again

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Democrats push $3T coronavirus relief bill toward House OK

AP 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 9 months ago

Democrats push $3T coronavirus relief bill toward House OK

"On the house floor and remotely from their homes house members vote on the three trillion dollar coronavirus spending bill backed by Democrats the ETS are two hundred and eight and the nays are one hundred and ninety nine the heroes bill it is past the bill is sure to be rejected by the Republican controlled

Democrats push new $3T coronavirus relief bill through House

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Democrats push new $3T coronavirus relief bill through House

"House Democrats have passed a wide ranging three trillion dollar virus relief package but Republicans bow it won't survive the scrutiny of the Senate the ETS are two hundred and eight and the nays are one hundred and ninety nine in a chamber where legislators spoke with masks it was a narrow victory for the relief package dubbed the heroes act pushed by house speaker Nancy Pelosi who says the GOP just wants to take a pause and helping Americans hard hit by the virus do you think this virus is taking a pause do you think that the rent takes a pause the bill demonstrates democratic priorities funding for health care workers and struggling states and help immigrants get federal benefits while easing the marijuana industry's access to banks Republican leader Kevin McCarthy this bill has more references to cannabis industry in it than it does to jobs Senate leaders say they want to see if the previous aid packages are working Jackie Quinn Washington

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"ets" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:43 min | 11 months ago

"ets" Discussed on WTOP

"Health secretary Alex ETS are told Congress the corona virus is contained in the U. S. with only fourteen confirmed cases so far but the CDC says more cases are inevitable Pennsylvania health secretary Dr Rachel Levine through our work and planning for disease outbreaks that it is best to prepare now Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer wants to spend more than eight billion dollars battling the virus that's triple what the White House has requested president trump is pushing back against claims that his administration is not doing enough to combat the corona virus and he plans to hold a news conference this evening CBS is Paula read the president's goal tonight is to come out and sure the American people and try to reconcile these seemingly contradictory messages on make up more believable narrative that people can be confident in CBS news update I'm Pam Coulter hasn't trump will hold a news conference about corona virus at six o'clock tonight we'll have a live stream on WTOP dot com while there are no locally diagnosed cases of corona virus some school systems are getting ready for its potential rival school nurses are getting factsheets in Spanish English and French that they'll share with parents and students in prince George's county where the district is working with the state health department on a covert nineteen action plan and a Montgomery County schools Derek Turner says work is underway with the county health and Human Services department to develop a comprehensive plan if the virus does enter our community the plan will dictate how we respond based on both the speed at which is spreading and the severity of it spread in Fairfax county the school system is reviewing existing emergency preparedness and response plans that it'll work with other agencies to implement as needed for seeking WTOP news the corona virus outbreak is affecting at least one Disney world attraction what Disney world is asked several people who work at epcot just stay home they were recently in Italy is the spokeswoman says none of them have shown any symptoms or contracted the corona virus there are no confirmed or suspected cases at Disney world spokeswoman says they're being asked to stay home out of an abundance of caution let's see B. S. correspondent Peter king in Orlando keep it here on W. T. O. P. Republicans are keeping an eye on the democratic nominating process especially after the debates will take a look it's two thirty three metropolitan bath and tile would little straight talk about growing old as we age what we worry about most is falling and the number one place for falter Kerr is in the bathroom stepping in and out of the tub or shower or wet feet on a slippery floor at metropolitan we have solutions to virtually eliminate those common bathroom hazards.

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"ets" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"ets" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Call the strong arm at three oh three seven seven seven ETS are. I will tell you some of the craziest things I've ever seen in my life have all been circled around this Antonio brown situation that took place in Oakland with the raiders let's go behind enemy lines Vic K. for covers the raiders for the athletic Vic walking to Broncos game day N. let's first talk about Antonio brown and the affect you think that'll happen the raiders tonight. question I think you might be going to rally. the go look at as far as like he wasn't really a team guy and we have seen guys are still hiring we're gonna ride around that tonight will be a big deal a going forward you know it's definitely a huge effect on the roster Mister best best receiver article your best player so it's gonna be tough to replace but tonight I think they'll be okay. again it is rated team is there a lot of course the marks and one of them was did Jon Gruden really love the quarterback Derek Carr the question I'm asking you does he love the quarterback. well the quarterback Sonam Tonia brown knows for sure that was the combination you really want to see and then work your office use them and but it was both the playbook around Antonio so we'll see how it just the last few days but you don't get along fine I think that actually so comfortable in his second year of system we got better town around only signed to a trip around the highest paid tackling the league so ideally difference more time a celeb also ever optimistic I was with two huge into usable only lose our Antonio we are more on the floor and started before Monday game but. other so we're positive when you look at this this raiders team that obviously last year it looked like there was a tiny pivoting going on during the season to get to where that team is today with the picks that they were able to make in the movie were able to make obviously that big one being Antonio brown what what is the biggest key tonight for the raiders against this Denver Broncos team that Scott new coaches coordinators that system and a new starting quarterback. we'll be in the trenches of Hank allows the bridge turn brown with sort of cold millionaires by last year's first round pick who was hurt once your complete our world producers ground stronger bigger so the good job either against our Miller or Chubb which ever goes against them such issues use ransom for the raiders African our side of the ball got a bunch of workers on defense and we got to go in for a first round pick and so will suka impact you have so I think those two guys knew that they have good games for the year greatest went mad what do you think the game plan will be fifty fifty run sixty forty run the pass or do you think it'll be the other way where to be Jon Gruden proven that car can get it done against is no secondary for the bottles. yeah her I. disagreements over I think you're lonely say parts are more Selanne got Josh Jacobs first round pick bucket seats on turn proving the only the only I can see there Waller becoming.

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"ets" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"ets" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The ETS of lead for nothing since the third inning two balls two strikes the pitch swaying in a pop up over by the giants dugout and that'll be the seats the genesis of not created the opportunities it's just the opposite for the ETS they've had opportunities in every inning the two two pitch for gonna fall off the backs up Grover Joseph is making Sam could rod work so here's the two to delivery and did a bouncing ball the genet from the outfield grass is not it does the personnel in the in the good ride helps Tyler greedy get out of a mess here the the giants are still in this one it'll be Jennette Polari proffered coming up ace for judge nothing I'll give you our northern California Honda dealer for radio network the letter salute you and all your finest moments for those times you go beyond what you thought possible whether that looks like running that extra mile or for that extra air and for taking on a new challenge a new adventure or been a new route to work whatever life's finest moments take you get that with.

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"ets" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"ets" Discussed on Night Call

"I'll watch labyrinth, and we can do a labyrinth pile. Yeah. Maybe we'll bring Leslie back for the law. You're really leaning into that syllable in the middle. There isn't it? Can we say labyrinth or is it labyrinth through labyrinth labyrinth labyrinth? There's a big labyrinth fem- d- 'cause play ball in Los Angeles every year. Oh, let's go ahead. An Uber driver who told me about it. Because she does it every year. It is it is like the Hornets movie. It's so uncomfortable because you're just like, this is just a very life. It's a very. David bowie. But it's like. Also, aren't children's movies of the eighties full of like horny androgynous men like curry and David Bowie are just like, yeah. Give you weird feeling severance doesn't even try to hide it like 'cause she's gonna marry. It's also like Beetlejuice to if you if you're into beetle but field never I was always like get away from lady. Well, this has been a good a good trip through memory lane. Yeah. On night. Call a good a good cozy cannon oriented on that dragon Alker fell core the luxury again, I'm so obsessed with this movie. So in the second one. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Because I was I was thinking I was like why was I into it because it was old when I saw. Yeah. Because the second one had come out. So I went back and saw that. Yeah. The weight thoughts the HBO one from two thousand to no eighteen ninety one. But then there's tales from the neverending story is the like it was one season of TV show that then when mini series on HBO also really quick. So isn't it really crazy that in the German version of this movie? They don't have the never ending story. Tune by Lim hall what I'm really it's all or orchestral. So they don't have the Moroder thing in the in the movie in the German animal house. I get them. All. Do your interests really weird. It's like the most German song. But it is. Nice. Yeah. See we'll. The we had a really exciting night call moment, I think we were all like really emotionally invested in this kind of thread that has run through our podcast for the past couple of months in ways that we didn't realize, but we got a final update. I know I said last final update was the final update. But this is really the final update from the woodworker who made the murder board. So the woodworker contacted the traveling museum of the paranormal occult, which was a suggestion that one of our listeners called in and said, maybe that's the best place for the murder board. He says I didn't have much hope that they would be interested. But I sent an Email to the curator Greg Newkirk to my great surprise. He got back to me within a day and was very interested. He's listened to the podcast and knows the history of the murder board. He immediately requested more background information, and pictures, but made it clear they would like to have it. He was very informative and helpful long story short. The board was mailed out today, and they will begin whatever study they do on such thing. When it arrives a couple of days later, there was a tweet from the paranormal museum this this just like made our day. So we got a tweet from at the para museum the paranormal museums Twitter account. They said, hey night. Call pod we received a package at the museum PO box this afternoon, take one guess what was inside. And then a little picture of the note that the woodworker attached to it that says as disgust please find enclosed the murder board as much as I almost don't wanna know, please keep me updated with what if anything you find and what the future holds for the piece..

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"ets" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"ets" Discussed on Night Call

"Bastion when he's res true. Yeah. In school. But he's in the he's like locked in every like all night, and he's not he's out. He's in an attic. But so I was thinking about this. Because like I feel like I've seen several kids movies recently where you you go into another world or something. But then there's some explanation for why your parents or whoever your guardians are won't be looking for because like time works differently here, whatever and that is not the case in never ending story. Like, he's just not at school. And we never hear like if his dad went looking for him because he's apparently they're like all night. Also. And I. Yeah. It is so bad. He's like get over it. Yeah. But for me as a kid like that kind of thing like their parents are worried about them because I was a goody two. She's like I feel like the would always wait heavily on me. I would always be so aware of the fact that like somebody's going to be looking for you like oh God. We've gotta go back home like, and and that is not the case many eighties movies. I feel like about sort of delinquent. Parents that are about like. Yeah. Like parents sometimes just don't care like nightmare nightmare on elm street movies are all about like the parents are so absorbed in their own stuff. They don't even like how fucked up the teens. All right. Like, they don't believe them that none of them can sleep 'cause Freddie's. Yeah. A never ending story was sort of like. Yeah. The kid that nobody cares about so read all night. It was very interesting to watch these back to back for me e and never ending story. Like one a movie that I had never seen an always felt like alien to me or like, not just an interesting supports. But like. It just felt like a different tradition that I wasn't like topped into or interested in and then the story which just felt like it was like my movie for a very long time and are like write stories about it and stuff when I was a kid. It's such a it's such an only child movie. Sanely? So and I want it was very evident to this timer because it's about making an inner world. Yes. Yeah. Well, and he gets thrown. She things have inner world. It's just so much. He has all time have a friend to hang out with all the time. Well, that's the thing. He has all of this time. He's like so lonely and nobody's experience. He's lost his mother. Nobody shares that young Reince his dad's addict, nobody shares that experience who is so alienated who's in the world of books. Yeah. But he finds like the scariest book with the Narok on it. What what what kid doesn't love? Good robber. Yeah. This movie is amazing. I think it held up. Yes. A hundred not removes and I was like, wow. This is a really Janke movie, all my gut. So time fun fact in nineteen Eighty-four when this was made it was a it was a west German co production. It was the most expensive German movie to ever be made. It was and it was directed by Wolfgang Petersen who later made up a lot of American movies..

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"ets" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"ets" Discussed on Night Call

"They were going to take over the whole with the courageous notice freight like every big eighties movie. Look, so many eighties movies have that undercurrent like blade runner, obviously. But as a movie, it's just like, it's like an adventure movie an adventure team movie. Yeah. I enjoy it because I just wanna go in a cave mainly, and it's like it's fake raw feels dangerous like e Titas. Slyke never any story. Does I think to us so extent? But like it does feel like I don't know it feels like the old Smit like realized fantasy of running away when you're a kid like. Yeah. Hunting away with a group of kids. Yeah. They're all. Like escaping fucked up situation. Right. Other also, really amazing. How much kind of ambient suspense, you can add to movie by giving a kid and inhaler just use that for real anytime. You want inhaler kids in movies of this era? I know. Yeah. We're really happy pen kits. Yeah. Yeah. It's sorta like if you took an Indiana Jones movie and just condensed it down to like trying to get into mountain for most of the movie, right? It's a it's a good kids movie. Yeah. I haven't seen it. I didn't see until I was like in college. And the better movie is that I always talk about my friend. Sarah Johnson is also to this movie. It's called gold diggers the legend of bear mountain. So yeah, I feel like I've talked Sarah. It's like a fake a fake goonies, but it's Christina Ricci, and Anna pack. Akron, and they're just linked to girls who like find some gold in a mountain together that should have been the movies right there. Not should've. Two girls on a you know, paddling in a canoe through a cave. What was that about this movie that it's not more? Well known that goonies like oh just sitting goonies rip off. Yeah. I mean are there any like kids on adventure movie? I guess that's stranger things. Yeah. But the kids aren't on an adventure in stranger things like in their town. Like, I don't know of any they they're very few movies now where kids are genuinely like out in the wild like away from their parents and their parents, right? Yeah. To be away from the parents. I always talk about the walk movie. I loved that you walk movies because like the first one just starts with their parents just die and they're like stranded on the walk plant that you walk movies. Are so scary. So scary so dark, but it also like there's that thing when you see something dark when you're a kid, and you're like, this feels like acknowledges something I'm not supposed to know about right? All the every good kids thing hasn't it? And that's why the never ending star. Yeah. Nice. So so this is the thing about never ending story. So that I notice this time because I don't think I've seen this movie since I was eight or something, and I watched it many many times when I was very very young like like barely even probably knew it. I was watching but in this movie. So it does the thing where the main character is unsupervised and on his own for a while..

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"ets" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"ets" Discussed on Night Call

"They were going to take over the whole with the courageous notice freight like every big eighties movie. Look, so many eighties movies have that undercurrent like blade runner, obviously. But as a movie, it's just like, it's like an adventure movie an adventure team movie. Yeah. I enjoy it because I just wanna go in a cave mainly, and it's like it's fake raw feels dangerous like e Titas. Slyke never any story. Does I think to us so extent? But like it does feel like I don't know it feels like the old Smit like realized fantasy of running away when you're a kid like. Yeah. Hunting away with a group of kids. Yeah. They're all. Like escaping fucked up situation. Right. Other also, really amazing. How much kind of ambient suspense, you can add to movie by giving a kid and inhaler just use that for real anytime. You want inhaler kids in movies of this era? I know. Yeah. We're really happy pen kits. Yeah. Yeah. It's sorta like if you took an Indiana Jones movie and just condensed it down to like trying to get into mountain for most of the movie, right? It's a it's a good kids movie. Yeah. I haven't seen it. I didn't see until I was like in college. And the better movie is that I always talk about my friend. Sarah Johnson is also to this movie. It's called gold diggers the legend of bear mountain. So yeah, I feel like I've talked Sarah. It's like a fake a fake goonies, but it's Christina Ricci, and Anna pack. Akron, and they're just linked to girls who like find some gold in a mountain together that should have been the movies right there. Not should've. Two girls on a you know, paddling in a canoe through a cave. What was that about this movie that it's not more? Well known that goonies like oh just sitting goonies rip off. Yeah. I mean are there any like kids on adventure movie? I guess that's stranger things. Yeah. But the kids aren't on an adventure in stranger things like in their town. Like, I don't know of any they they're very few movies now where kids are genuinely like out in the wild like away from their parents and their parents, right? Yeah. To be away from the parents. I always talk about the walk movie. I loved that you walk movies because like the first one just starts with their parents just die and they're like stranded on the walk plant that you walk movies. Are so scary. So scary so dark, but it also like there's that thing when you see something dark when you're a kid, and you're like, this feels like acknowledges something I'm not supposed to know about right? All the every good kids thing hasn't it? And that's why the never ending star. Yeah. Nice. So so this is the thing about never ending story. So that I notice this time because I don't think I've seen this movie since I was eight or something, and I watched it many many times when I was very very young like like barely even probably knew it. I was watching but in this movie. So it does the thing where the main character is unsupervised and on his own for a while..

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"ets" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"ets" Discussed on Night Call

"Slash assassinations to listen now. Twelve nine twenty five fourteen five eighteen nineteen. There are certain things about ET. I also just think it's like a beautiful movie, despite the fact that AT is like hideously ugly. I I love the lake vista the valley is like, you know, who who love it. Or like, it's about learning to care for something that like may not be beautiful, but as, you know, special it's also like, you know, very isolated kid and like brings his family together. And you can learn empathy for the ugly aliens. We're just a Cutie like Gizmo from gremlins if it were macking me too. Oh, we never talked about in me. Have you ever seen in me? Emily. No, no. It's the ET clone that I have seen parts of before. And like stars a really good child actor in a wheelchair. And does this time with mcdon-? Yeah. Then I just found out sponsored by McDonalds. It's like they took the idea of the reese's pieces ET, which is like the first one of the first big product placement. Because Eminem's were like no way that animal that day. Aliens. Like way too scary looking you can't sell that good on them at Lisa's visas, did so well that movie is the MAC and me has the creature the MAC tonight head. Another terrifying. What if the scariest things? Did you know that it's supposed to be a joke about Mack the knife who's a serial killer? Yeah. That's the joke is MAC tonight. And he sings Mack the knife. But about McDonald's also the old right has claimed MAC tonight and good. They can have. Sorry left has taken gritty, and I'm fine with that. Because we should have him. They can have Grimes and MAC tonight. This is all way too much of the veil between like the real and the internet getting thin. And you know, what if grittier my ET I'd be so. Yup. Cute found gritty in ship and alike, brushing, like rush out his fern. We should get right into that. The the gritty feature film. Tea green tea. Moving into Younis, these goonies the Richard Donner movie. That's a better Spielberg movie in this Filbert movies. Wow. And we're done. You know, it's like it's the same kind of latchkey kids hanging out. Right. But a couple of them are girls. It's a real organ movie. It's real wet organs just like phantom of the opera core. Yeah. Like things were things. How Oregon Oregon Oregon orange an organ, it's a foresty wet movie, which yeah? Why I like it because that's what my childhood looked like it felt very dark and rainy all the time. And I didn't visit any caves, but I would have liked to. I listen to the soundtrack adds that one song from goonies I listened to it every argued enough by Cyndi Lauper that well that's on spent task. Do you do do eighty the is it John Williams? Yeah. I mean goodies has its problems. But that's one of those things that people are super into that for some reason doesn't bother me. And I feel like sloth the character of sloth is sort of like a better e t to me where it's like the monster. That turns out to be like lovable, you know. Right. Well, what's the big? I can't remember what the specifically the now problematic aspect of goonies is because it's actually been a second since I've seen it. Oh, there is an Asian American kid. Oh, right. Data data data is just real eighties. That thing where they're like look inclusive. But he's he's like a human calculator. Yeah. I yeah. I still haven't seen sixteen candles for this reason. I just can't. Much more offense while they're both offensive. But there you're like, they're interesting to watch from the point of view like thinking about getting Watanabe's career and beyond like, you know, he has like he's talked about it and been like, yeah. Yes. Fucked up. Yeah. We can't deny that. It's fucked up. Oh, no at all fucked up. But it's weird to even think about like watching those movies in the eighties. That people didn't think it was fuck, right? This was like so normalized, and especially some of that stuff the like fear of Asians in the eighties..

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"ets" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"ets" Discussed on Night Call

"Marvel movie at that point like the film languages does close enough. Now awhile, that's interesting. There's almost like a joyous atmosphere. Drastic park that you forget until you like rewire, then you're like, it's just like a party at a theme park. And it's you get swept away in. And you almost don't notice when things go wrong. I guess if you're like six years old notes great. It's a fun movie Jurassic Park. I mean, I don't know with ET. I think e t I reminded I think that's one of the great things about having kids is that I would be like cynical and more inclined to kind of nod not let myself enjoy a movie like ET. But when I watch it there's this thing of like when you see your kids going through the same like stages of childhood that you went through when when you watch movie like E T, which is essentially a kind of like, you know, visual representation of developing empathy. It's it's like, a it's, you know, it's kind of a powerful thing sand like embarrassed. But it is. I mean like. Di pick. Do you think? Like, the empathy aspect of. We'll see when I can make them sit through. They didn't get that. No. It's too early. I mean, my kids at the time. It was I think it was when my oldest was five and my youngest was like to join you to watch Tully. No, I can't even talk about tally. All these the locust pods. Yeah. Five twelve twelve fifteen. Today's episode of night. Call is brought to you by the assassinations podcast on the park cast network..

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"ets" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"ets" Discussed on Night Call

"Marvel movie at that point like the film languages does close enough. Now awhile, that's interesting. There's almost like a joyous atmosphere. Drastic park that you forget until you like rewire, then you're like, it's just like a party at a theme park. And it's you get swept away in. And you almost don't notice when things go wrong. I guess if you're like six years old notes great. It's a fun movie Jurassic Park. I mean, I don't know with ET. I think e t I reminded I think that's one of the great things about having kids is that I would be like cynical and more inclined to kind of nod not let myself enjoy a movie like ET. But when I watch it there's this thing of like when you see your kids going through the same like stages of childhood that you went through when when you watch movie like E T, which is essentially a kind of like, you know, visual representation of developing empathy. It's it's like, a it's, you know, it's kind of a powerful thing sand like embarrassed. But it is. I mean like. Di pick. Do you think? Like, the empathy aspect of. We'll see when I can make them sit through. They didn't get that. No. It's too early. I mean, my kids at the time. It was I think it was when my oldest was five and my youngest was like to join you to watch Tully. No, I can't even talk about tally. All these the locust pods. Yeah. Five twelve twelve fifteen. Today's episode of night. Call is brought to you by the assassinations podcast on the park cast network..

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"ets" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"ets" Discussed on Night Call

"Like it's close to close to like human flesh tones if it were like green, it's uncanny valley. Yes. If it were green or blue if it were like a traditional alien color. It would be less creepy to me. But the fact is just like it. Looks like Java the HUD. It's just like an, yeah, we're like pulsating fun fact Lesch his face was inspired by Stein and Hemingway. The actors to the head was like the neck and the head were above the actors and the actors were too little people. And then also a twelve year old boy was born without legs. Interestingly and they saw through ET's chest. Also, this I went down like a deep hole. But now, I know there are people who've gone even deep. In this IT. Yeah. Exactly. The voice of ET was this woman who smoked two packs a day, and she she did nine hours of work, and she was paid only three hundred and eighty dollars. Oh. All of setting no is in the Wikipedia unionized the tees, and and they also recorded sixteen other people people in animals, including raccoons otters horses. Debra winger. I. I kept reading the Wikipedia being like what why they're so many wants. Is this thing? I mean, that's that makes it sound. Like, it's such a low budget production, though, they had so much money. It was supposed to be his like low budget was wanna make a small movie like an intimate movie based on like my experience growing up as a kid my grandparents this was like a project he'd been wanting to work on for really long time. And then I guess like he drew on several different stalled projects to to telling me about that a little bit. Oh, totally snooker's. Oh, so I also learned about this. There's a conspiracy out there. This is what tests referring to that the goal of the powder. Benchellali the Apu trilogy. I I ain't. But Ray Ray. Yeah. He there's conspiracy that this was his film and that and that Spielberg stole it from him. But that's what he claimed. But then he didn't he also not sue because he was like Spielberg's a great director. And it's a good movie. It's just that he stole it from me, which if so like, I would watch his version like one hundred times over. Ray wanted to make an easy made a movie called alien. I think he rose treatment for. Oh. Oh, Yeah. yeah. Make it but it's about. Yeah. And the description is like the same. But then like Spielberg fired back, and he was like, no like he was like very impacted by his parents divorce, and this is like. Ever zeno? He had this project called night skies and it ended up being stalled project, but he took a lot of the material and used it for each and also for poltergeist, I guess which Molly brought up at the end of our last episode and also a movie that I love that. You've never seen. Molly. Have you seen it? I'm Leah right? Yeah. I love it's great. It is interesting though, right? Because like e t kind of kicks, the it's such a like weird beginning of the movie that the mom has this like really intense reaction to the Dodd being with Mexico woman, but he hates Mexico, and it's just like draws. I think it works. I don't know. Well, so the one thing in this movie that I don't think was wildly oversold to me about. It was drew Barrymore. Who is incredible good? She's amazing thirty or gird or whatever she reminds me most of tutti and meet meet me in sT Louis like that kind of child star where you're just like it's not even like that creepy thing of.

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"ets" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"ets" Discussed on Night Call

"ET? I had not seen the movie I had at least once maybe twice. I can't remember written. The he ride at Universal Studios are P which no longer exists. He. The ship landing area. Yeah. Only animatronic ride in universal. Yeah. And it was a real dark rye. But like you got to write a bike, and like even having non-seniors t not knowing, you know, still like well like right in a bike on a ride, and you've got a little eighteen your best get and you go to Ireland once and it was with tests. Yep. We so our name was baby spice. Probably. Yes. It was what we said. It was like Hello babies buys. Yes. ET ride was like a superior version of Peter Pan at Disneyland. I think they're the same level. I don't I don't think one is. I think but this. Like, go on podcast, the ride with these opinion. Yeah. Yeah. Worn to pie load about how okay so ET's like from a planet like a green flowery planet planet of flowers. That's why he can make the flowers bloom and die, which otherwise it doesn't make any sense without having the planet in the in their right? This is back story. And there was like his mentor or something is on the planet in the ride. And then the podcast guys were saying that like they saw like husk of that animatronic left out to rust in the. They're all super set. Exactly what happened who ET himself. So he'll so made a shirt commemorating it. I forget what the mentors name is. But it's all about how he's like the Danka gore. So yeah, I learned a lot about the mythology recently. None of which matters in the movie. I guess I feel like this movie is both weirder and more boring than I had thought it was going to be because it does really get extremely dark in. There are parts of it where I'm like, this is such a beloved movie and everybody I feel like on on this planet has seen it except for me. How come I have never seen certain images of it that I feel like our should be memes at this point tweeted about I was crying laughing when when ET is found when he gets sick. And he's found face down. Yeah. I haven't seen that as Jeff actually being it wasn't a raccoon bothering. I was dying. And I was like I think because it was so upsetting. And I was like if I was a child, and I had seen this. This would be a formative image in my mind. I would not be able to sleep thinking about e t with the phone and the cutter thing that's the most fucked up. I think when you're a kid watching this movie is when he's dissecting the frogs. Oh, yeah. Right. So I like the scare like, oh, no what will happen. Like, no matter. What happens something terrible happen? My jenex husband. I was like is. This was this thing that happened to you have to kill the frog by chloroform me, and he said, no. So I feel like that was just native. They just come pre embalm. Traditionally, I don't think you ever have to chloroform. For Google it the scene where he and you realize that he's linked to also doesn't make any sense at all. I don't understand why both on a psychological level, and why on a narrative level like how it hashes special boys. So so this is the thing about Spielberg movies. Is that the way that people talk about them as being in speaking in this like broadly acceptable language of pop culture that like every every American Neethling understands I am not on the wavelength my brain just stops. Like, wait wire, they linked like why like I didn't see him on a red blooded all American boomer male. If e- was like a giant robot and he had to climb into. Stand. The iron giant you down. What is off putting to me about E T is not like anything about the idea of a boy making a friend. That's a weird thing. It's just specifically the weird thing they made is so weird like a bag of ball. So that was a mashed tax. But it's also like the color palette. Does the fact that he's like tan what you want to hang out with a giant reason?.

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"ets" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"ets" Discussed on Night Call

"But it's interesting 'cause like I was supposed to be scared. And I was scared which felt good to be scared by a movie like I was all in for that. It was a an enjoyable thing to have nightmares about a movie. I look I'd never seen labyrinth. But from what God, Molly, it's like a phantom of the opera, David Bowie. My God isn't much and a bunch of Crete process. It's a very very sexy movie. To say, I am just a little afraid of scary puppets. No, you won't be because these are most of the puppets and labyrinth dark puppets. They're like, it's not like the dart. Also, a movie I loved, but labyrinth it it's mostly kind of like, Mary trickster puppets. Like they can one over there. Not all just like evil, but just the presence of puppets among human being is really unnerving very nerve ING ever. Ever watch like Sesame Street. I feel like sesame. Interaction. And then you get the harder stuff. Honestly, find me a kids movie from the eighty out of puppet, they have with the voyage of the Mimi get your right there were so many puppets. And there's a lot of like high fantasy very baroque big budget yet. And I think goonies is great. I love knees. I don't I think my my defensive goonies has always been like there's two girls of it one. Yeah. And one of them's Martha Plumpton. Yeah. She's so good. She's performance. Yeah. Yeah. Getting back to ET's. Not mad recess. We'll get there. We'll get there. And remember if ET is racist. But just knows me Scott. White people racist by emission? Yeah..

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"ets" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"ets" Discussed on Night Call

"But it's interesting 'cause like I was supposed to be scared. And I was scared which felt good to be scared by a movie like I was all in for that. It was a an enjoyable thing to have nightmares about a movie. I look I'd never seen labyrinth. But from what God, Molly, it's like a phantom of the opera, David Bowie. My God isn't much and a bunch of Crete process. It's a very very sexy movie. To say, I am just a little afraid of scary puppets. No, you won't be because these are most of the puppets and labyrinth dark puppets. They're like, it's not like the dart. Also, a movie I loved, but labyrinth it it's mostly kind of like, Mary trickster puppets. Like they can one over there. Not all just like evil, but just the presence of puppets among human being is really unnerving very nerve ING ever. Ever watch like Sesame Street. I feel like sesame. Interaction. And then you get the harder stuff. Honestly, find me a kids movie from the eighty out of puppet, they have with the voyage of the Mimi get your right there were so many puppets. And there's a lot of like high fantasy very baroque big budget yet. And I think goonies is great. I love knees. I don't I think my my defensive goonies has always been like there's two girls of it one. Yeah. And one of them's Martha Plumpton. Yeah. She's so good. She's performance. Yeah. Yeah. Getting back to ET's. Not mad recess. We'll get there. We'll get there. And remember if ET is racist. But just knows me Scott. White people racist by emission? Yeah..

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"ets" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"ets" Discussed on Night Call

"Necessarily Christmas movies, but movies that make us feel warm and weird. Just like Christmas arm and other log line for our pot. Yeah. Call warm and more stuff. Well, we like to take on the cozy cannon saying I realize like we can reinvestigate we can we can we can challenge. The cozy cannon kind of like the criticism like former Amy Nicholson podcast, the canon where they would you know, decide whether yeah. Talk about three totems of the eighties yeti, or maybe less, depending on what we feel we feel which are ET goonies. And what was the third one never never ending starry? God. You didn't watch calling. Emily watched ET for the first time. He would never seen it. So yeah, this is those other unifying theme of this of this series. Is that like we keep hitting things that one of us has never seen or experienced? I think the ultimate night call experiences, something we're one of us love something one of his hates it. And the other person has never seen force them to watch it. Yeah. Not hesitant to do this episode. But I think like I think that this kind of movie and this genre of movie is one that one. I think is like wildly over discussed especially among people of our generation and to like, I actually have very limited or selective interest in which is why for seen ET, and I didn't see Greenies till I was like twenty or something like wait lightly by the time. It was no longer really applicable to me. It's always know. I know I like I like goonies I think it's pretty easy. I had genuinely I mean, I knew I'd seen scenes of it and stuff. And I've I thought I thought I had see AT and finger quotes, no, no along gated finger single finger a singer. I mean, I understand like not watching something just because you're like broS like this. Therefore, I'm not going to watch it out of spikes. I do that with many things. Right. I mean, my them. Yeah. My line on E T as in my in internally has been like ET is a movie for nice boys from big houses. Like, it's what's good bird. I just I that. I saw jaws for the first time a couple years ago. I still haven't seen jaaz. Oh, Josh's is south the good one. That's the one that makes you understand. Why people gave spill burial all the money to make movies. Yeah. Like a fake Hitchcock movie about shark attack. You guys are so cynical. ET's a good movie, the cool about all the eighties movies that ruined the possibility of ever having stories about real people again, I don't know. I think he tees a really good movie. But I also think that I watched it as a child. And if you watch it as a kid, it's a really, well, especially back, then before it looked like it was done with like five dollars sock puppets. Looks including still I don't know. No, no, no ET himself. Come on. There's no CGI time though. It was so expensive to make. You know, what these movies have in common? I think is like these are all like, the baroque era of practical effect. That's right. GI comes into like sweep everything my favorite baroque, your practical effects movie is interview with the vampire because they just like burn all this stuff down. You know, where you're like man a year later that would be a CGI fire. But like they're still like, let's build a huge all movie making eighty I he-. Yeah. I wanted to ask test though, as the person here who likes ET, how old were you? When you first saw it super young like five drew Barrymore out. Were you not like completely troubling for light? It is looking back. So like my favorite movies from that. From like, the kindergarten through second grade era were ET never ending story. Labyrinth and flight of the navigator it all of them with the exception of flight of the navigator, which is like a good move was a good movie. And now watching it. I'm like, I can't even watch it because I don't want it to be destroyed in my mind..

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"ets" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"ets" Discussed on Night Call

"Necessarily Christmas movies, but movies that make us feel warm and weird. Just like Christmas arm and other log line for our pot. Yeah. Call warm and more stuff. Well, we like to take on the cozy cannon saying I realize like we can reinvestigate we can we can we can challenge. The cozy cannon kind of like the criticism like former Amy Nicholson podcast, the canon where they would you know, decide whether yeah. Talk about three totems of the eighties yeti, or maybe less, depending on what we feel we feel which are ET goonies. And what was the third one never never ending starry? God. You didn't watch calling. Emily watched ET for the first time. He would never seen it. So yeah, this is those other unifying theme of this of this series. Is that like we keep hitting things that one of us has never seen or experienced? I think the ultimate night call experiences, something we're one of us love something one of his hates it. And the other person has never seen force them to watch it. Yeah. Not hesitant to do this episode. But I think like I think that this kind of movie and this genre of movie is one that one. I think is like wildly over discussed especially among people of our generation and to like, I actually have very limited or selective interest in which is why for seen ET, and I didn't see Greenies till I was like twenty or something like wait lightly by the time. It was no longer really applicable to me. It's always know. I know I like I like goonies I think it's pretty easy. I had genuinely I mean, I knew I'd seen scenes of it and stuff. And I've I thought I thought I had see AT and finger quotes, no, no along gated finger single finger a singer. I mean, I understand like not watching something just because you're like broS like this. Therefore, I'm not going to watch it out of spikes. I do that with many things. Right. I mean, my them. Yeah. My line on E T as in my in internally has been like ET is a movie for nice boys from big houses. Like, it's what's good bird. I just I that. I saw jaws for the first time a couple years ago. I still haven't seen jaaz. Oh, Josh's is south the good one. That's the one that makes you understand. Why people gave spill burial all the money to make movies. Yeah. Like a fake Hitchcock movie about shark attack. You guys are so cynical. ET's a good movie, the cool about all the eighties movies that ruined the possibility of ever having stories about real people again, I don't know. I think he tees a really good movie. But I also think that I watched it as a child. And if you watch it as a kid, it's a really, well, especially back, then before it looked like it was done with like five dollars sock puppets. Looks including still I don't know. No, no, no ET himself. Come on. There's no CGI time though. It was so expensive to make. You know, what these movies have in common? I think is like these are all like, the baroque era of practical effect. That's right. GI comes into like sweep everything my favorite baroque, your practical effects movie is interview with the vampire because they just like burn all this stuff down. You know, where you're like man a year later that would be a CGI fire. But like they're still like, let's build a huge all movie making eighty I he-. Yeah. I wanted to ask test though, as the person here who likes ET, how old were you? When you first saw it super young like five drew Barrymore out. Were you not like completely troubling for light? It is looking back. So like my favorite movies from that. From like, the kindergarten through second grade era were ET never ending story. Labyrinth and flight of the navigator it all of them with the exception of flight of the navigator, which is like a good move was a good movie. And now watching it. I'm like, I can't even watch it because I don't want it to be destroyed in my mind..

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"ets" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"ets" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Dot com slash ets and bloomer chilly high membranes us this report on socalled religiously responsible ets there are already is one so call the bible etf on the market and there's a filing for another eric bo tunis of bloomberg intelligence is with us here so what exactly is a bible etf first of all these are basically ets that go out track a market and screen out companies that are involved in things that are objectional from a biblical point of view no pornography smoking guns that kind of thing these etfs have had some decent start there's a couple of maxfli and they had about seventy million and assets so new unfiled which is going to be bible stocks but it's going to involve factors like momentum and values has smart beta bible etf that's how far we've gone yes the reason i think these are catching on a little more now we are in such a politicized world that the stock market inc's are potentially the new battelfield where people are going to want to just owns stocks that are consistent with their value system and then maybe have people owning other stops consistent with theirs so i i think that's why these had this has more legs than attempts in the past launch religiously responsibly tmfs thanks eric so uh the newly politicized environment may be creating a space for more bible ets with the bloomberg etf report and julie hainan sheila thank you enough time to check in with bloomberg gadfly gadfly is bloomberg's global platform for fast commentary an instant analysis about pivotal financial markets and corporate news which allied now by jennifer ryan bloomberg gadfly editor in our london bureau gend good morning a tesla puts the s and s curve as in steep jennifer are you with us oh yeah sorry this sounds a stop at their sorry about that but i am here to talk to you about tests that if you're willing to listen yes let me let me tell you let me tell you what the good news is for tesla this is on the back of its announcement late on monday and production and deliveries for the third quarter good news is more vehicles that produce than for the first time in almost two years that's how much delivered and at race sales guidance these stabbed list model s and.

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