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Duchess of Sussex reveals she had miscarriage in the summer
"The Duchess of Sussex who's your field she had a miscarriage in July given the personal account of the traumatic experience in hope of helping others Meghan has described the miscarriage in an opinion piece in The New York Times writing on you as I clutch my first born child that I was losing my second the former Meghan Markle and husband prince Harry have an eighteen month old son Archie the Duchess says she is sharing her story to help break the silence around an old two common tragedy early this year the couple announced they were quitting royal duties and move into North America citing what they said was the unbearable intrusions and racist attitudes of the British media Charles Taylor this month London
The Best Smart Speakers for 2020
"Generation echo. Tout's improved sound while amazon's bestsellers the dot a smaller speaker akin to the radio to echoes. Fm there's also a new kids edition of the dot in dot with a built in clock. Google has what's called nest audio twice the size as the original google home and with way better audio quality than before apple has the homepod mini which is a pint sized one hundred dollars version of the original three hundred and fifty dollar home pod. Now if you'd like to know my opinion about sonic quality. I would go nest audio one amazon. Echo fourth generation to and the hoban many three that said homepods midi more useful. You've heard me say that. Now streaming partners apple only has it from apple music and radio from pandora tune in an iheartradio missing spotify amazon music amazon offers amazon music and apple music as well as spotify pandora tune in iheartradio mri on amazon youtube music. Google it has youtube music. Spotify and pandora is missing amazon and apple music. now there's also video display units amazon. Google had not introduced a new one. This year. amazon has a bunch of echo shows in five inch eight inch and ten inch screens and google. Had what was called the google home hub. Now it's called the nest hub matt's privacy. How do you feel about having your queries recorded. We'll all three do it. Apple less aggressively. Google amazon record in store every query us. Once you use the wake words amazon says it lets users opt in to automatically delete all recorded queries either every three or eighteen months and i say why do you record me in the first place. I don't want to opt in. Just don't record me. Google claims it snoop feature is opt in. But as i pointed out many times google puts the opt in and small-print as part of the app user agreements. Most people's zip right through. They have no idea what they're signing up for apple actually makes you work to opt in by going into the iphone settings and setting it up and of course be beyond music and television. You can use the speakers to control your smart home to turn on and off your lights and that sort of stuff.
Farmers Are Warming Up To The Fight Against Climate Change
"An unusual came together on climate. This week environmentalists and bedrock conservative farmers. Who have blocked climate legislation in the past. Both groups are calling for policies to help farmers fight climate change through financial incentives. Not regulation and peers to insurance has more. It was two thousand nine when the american farm bureau federation declared war on climate legislation and unan rococo. It was a staffer in congress. We were right in the thick of working on the first comprehensive climate bill passed the chamber of congress the law would have limited greenhouse emissions using a method called cap and trade but the farm a lobbying powerhouse said the cap part would drive up costs and put farmers out of business. Don't cap our future. I think was their slogan and and they had those on cats that people were wearing up on on capitol hill and they succeeded. The legislation died this week. The head of the farm bureau zippy divall struck a different tone. We're going to have a real common sense. Science based discussion about how we pretend to climate and our farmers won't be part of that. He was announcing a new food and agriculture climate alliance. It includes other farm groups also big environmental organizations like the nature conservancy where people. Elias is director of agriculture. It feels like in the past eighteen months. The conversation has just really shifted. The shift is happening for a couple of reasons. Many food companies have promised to reduce their greenhouse emissions and. They're pushing for changes on the farm sometimes paying for the changes and barb glenn who ceo of the national association of state departments of agriculture says. It's partly just what farmers are experiencing everyone in this unique coalition understands and is Witnessing the changing of the climate and we all want to be involved in impacting it. The new alliance is proposing dozens of policy changes. They encourage farmers to install equipment that captures methane a powerful greenhouse gas from cow manure or farm in a way that bills healthier carbon rich soil actually removing carbon from the air. Farmers would get paid to do this. Maybe by the government maybe by private companies that want offset or cancel out some of their own carbon emissions by paying for greenhouse gas reduction. Somewhere else some environmentalists who are not part of this alliance like jason davidson. At friends of the earth are dead set against some of those ideas. There's a heavy reliance on voluntary market based solutions but those carbon offsets that farmers might sell just allow polluters. Somewhere to keep polluting. He says also it can be hard to measure what some of these farming methods actually accomplish meredith niles a specialist on farming and the environment at the university of vermont says scientists are working on that measurement problem and the fact that farm groups are finally talking about reducing their own greenhouse emissions. She says is a big step forward. A lot of farmers didn't want to speak about it because it might need a potential regulation. They're fine with incentives. Though and there are signs that the incoming biden administration's thinking the same way the leader of the biden transition team for the us department of agriculture recently called on the usda to set up a so-called carbon bank. It would pay farmers to fight climate. Change dan charles npr
Practical Advice for Parenting Strong-Willed Children
"I sent you used to be. This is what i love about. You used to be both a teacher and then you were in law enforcement. I mean what a combo career that must have been really teacher. I mean kids must love that they did because you can always get them back with a good cop story can always get the attention back a lot of respect in the classroom and you've done so much you've written so many books and you really do have a heart for the strong well kids because you were one weren't you. Yes i am. One because outgrow it I have one because my mother prayed that would be so. And i talked to so many thousands of them over the past couple decades. And it's just it's so rewarding to be able to have that not only have that in common but to have them share with me yet. This boy i could have written this book. This is truly how i think. Let's mention that book because it is a great book for parents who are dealing with this and even parents who don't know if they are are they are not dealing with a strong willed child. that title is. You can't make me but i can be persuaded expanded. Love that title at tell us the attributes of a strong willed child whereas a parent. How do we start discerning. A strong willed child behavior. But you can really probably from the womb. The mothers i could from the beginning But about eighteen months or so By eighteen months you can really see some patterns emerging and is not negative and strong willed and of its as very positive. And you want all your kids to have a certain amount of strong well but how you guided how you direct it. You see strong convictions You see determination you see Where the not easily daunted not easily discouraged doesn't necessarily take no for an answer. You can tell me it's impossible to do but all i think is you mean. It's never been done yet. Nope window those attributes start appearing. One two three i think. Even an infancy Personally having been mom's wins. Especially i could see. I felt design had twins. I have one boy in one place and one in the other and even before they were born. I saw isn't that and that was strange. But especially in todd hood and it really shows up in the they we call them the terrible twos but they really kind of turbulent tooth but all through their life and i it depends again. How much shows up depends on the kind of parenting style and whether or not the strong willed child has an opportunity to exhibit those traits in a positive way but all through your life and you never ever outgrow it but some of the most successful people in the world have a really good strong dose strong. Well it's just when you're a parent and you strong little child is young. They have to practice on you. Because i mean when you think about it. Who else do you want him to practice on right budding young attorneys and politicians and preachers and sales people and if we can just guide it and directed in the right way. God has given us a great compliment. Strong child. i remember one of The incidences with my strong willed child gene was having a tea for the ladies and she'd put out all these chocolates on the table and several were missing by the time the t. came around and she said to trent i just unnamed name strong deterrent. Did you eat all these chocolates. And he said no. Why are all these chocolates missing. And he said. I didn't need all of them. I ate some of them. That's what a strong willed child will say. Write the letter of the law
Dr. Shawn Baker On The Carnivore Diet
"Sean. Welcome to the podcast. How you doing today really well. Thank you for having me. Good good we got a lot to get into. I m fascinated by the topic of the carnivore diet not something. We've gone deep into on the show to this point so i'm just curious off the bat. How do i get into this. My personal experience into this was just turn on improve. my own. health now was already a low carb guy and ketogenic diets. And i ran into you. Know this kind of group of people doing these zero carb. You know quote unquote meat-based. I thought that's interesting. I looked into the history. Said while try it you know what the heck amari low carbs not gonna make them big deal. I don't really like vegetables anyway. And so i tried it in. You just felt phenomenal as this is really something here and i did it for thirty days and i went back to the the more never side. I just didn't feel good. Now's like all things being equal. I prefer to feel better. That's how i kind of stumbled into this. This is after. I mean literally six or seven years of playing with nutrition pretty seriously in studying and researching it and coming from a background as you know not only as a physician as a surgeon but also locked long athlete performance. Actually you've been able to set world records on different sports and that has always been a big part of that. Not only did. I feel good on surely meet. They stopped but my performance improved significantly in sapporo breaking a number world records. And so that's what kind of made me sick or something and so now i am Just about four years into this whole celebrate my four year anniversary in about a month so then interesting and over the course of that four years has there been a lot of close ups and downs along the way or is it just been you know pretty much getting better and better over time. Well i mean the you know. The diet has been pretty consistent. And sometimes i'll throw a little bit vary from fat. Content protein content sometimes include a little bit variety within this animal base thing words eggs dairy and fishing cheeses and but most of its been mostly red meat for most of the time so occasionally i'll have something off you know like if my son has a birthday sometime piece of birthday cake once in a while but this extremely rare. I usually don't feel that actually doing that. Quite honestly i guess not a point. My life work. You know being my fifties you notice little small things Kind of creeps up on you pretty quickly as far as health is can gone. I mean generally spend just dot good stayed good. Continue to get good very rarely by seeing anything other than that. I mean you know. I've had a cold here and erin you know those types of things but nothing but generally pretty good health well sounds like red. Meat is a staple of the diet. Talk about the evolution of the diet over the air. So what was it like in the beginning when you first got into it and how has it to where you are today. Well at the beginning I used said decent amount of variety news a lot of red meat for sure. There was a and bacon and dairy and a little bit of seafood. Shrimp have different salmon. Things like that as time went by there was a period. Good probably gosh sixteen eighteen months of nothing but red meat every single day and felt great goal time and then i kind of said well that seemed to work fine in house like know because i live with other people. That don't necessarily fall is donald. Oh my girlfriend is about ninety. Five percent carnivore. She still has a few other things in there. She started vegetarian mile away in transition from that were she was having a lot of just not particularly great health and even though she very fit athletic person but still having a lot digestive issues. And you know she's found out that basically the seating start really helped her. So i mean i would just you know. Sometimes i cook for other people. So i would include that stuff in my diet with more variety. They'd want other things other than just red meat. So you do. I never really got into much into the things like chicken for some reason just never really made in died doesn't appeal to me very much if i have a choice. I usually do like to cook for myself. I'm going to pick a state or some kind of the redmi. Typically when you make choices purely based on taste or do you feel better eating the red meat. We'll both tastes better and feel better. So i think it kind of goes hand hand every once in a while i'll look and i said you kind of feel like having this you know maybe some eggs and i'll throw that in there and it may be just an unconscious subtle way saying you know you need a little bit more variety. Perhaps but it's very intuitive quite honestly like i said unless i'm training for some specific purpose specific body composition that is kinda e what i want to eat. What's appealing to me. And how much and how often is very like. i said. very much feedback directed.
UK leader's top adviser to step down amid power struggle
"British prime minister Boris Johnson's top adviser plans to step down at the end of the year after a bruising battle for influence at the heart of the British government's fueled by tensions over brexit and the cold with nineteen pandemic Dominic Cummings told the BBC it late Thursday night they plan to be largely redundant by Christmas political commentators have suggested Cummings would step down up to one of his allies was denied an appointment as Johnson's chief of staf Cummings the chief architect of the campaign to have Britain leave the European Union has been a divisive figure inside the conservative government since Johnson became prime minister eighteen months ago his position weekend earlier this year after draw hundreds of miles across England after contracting covert nineteen violating national lock down roles Serra Shockley London
NYT's Maggie Haberman has deal for Trump book
"New york. Times reporter maggie. Haberman signed a book. Deal yeah earlier. Negotiated by the dc based javelin agency of course since negotiate everything now to write a trump book. That's gonna come out in twenty twenty two and chamberlain asks us. Is that too late. Will we still care how much goods because she have held back and saved for the book is twenty twenty two too late. I mean it's less than ideal. Delivery dates on books on book contracts or sometimes not really realistic in either. I mean in in in either direction but it does feel like this is one where they would have a pretty good handle on it right. I don't know. I think. I think there are diminishing returns for anybody that's gonna come out after february frankly january probably and and you know at some point you just you gotta be betting on getting the book right. You know Having the best name having the best the best angle the best the most comprehensive lok whatever in two thousand twenty twos not that far away. I think we can all have pretty you know visceral memories of what four years ago felt like so. I'm not sure that eighteen months is gonna make a lot of difference. She might be the exception just because she's such a big name and you could sell it right as this is the defended of book about donald trump in the white house and hovering donald trump in the white house especially she includes parts about herself and i say that as a journalism person media personally. That's kind of what. I wanna read within. This is what it was like to cover donald trump. I don't know if she'd be interested sharing that. But like that part of it is fascinating to me and it does bring up. The bigger question doesn't have how much donald trump content especially in the form of big dollar. Books is going to be an appetite for after january. What do you what do you think about that. Well i mean if he stays in the media. I you know to whatever degree depends on if he's so running for office he's if he's teasing another run for office you know he'll he'll still be around. I think the appetite will always be there even as he even if he becomes more less serious. I think the appetite in some ways sort of grows right that like the jokes get a little bit easier but I mean specific to the haberman. Dang one could. It's going to be the book right. It'll be the the it it probably going to be helpful to wait for it to die that. Wait for the rest of the books. Die down a little bit. And then you know there's there's every reason to imagine that there would be like an accompanying documentary or whatever. I mean. there could be any sort of other major thing that was kind of coming along with it And that this would sort of be the like you said it's this. This is the official telling. This is what really matters is the only this is the only thing you ever need to read again but what will be the i mean. I think there's people are going to beat. I mean we're going to be getting trump white house memoirs for the next year. You know whether or not they people buy them or they make a lot of. I don't know what the appetite is going to be the publishers appetite. I'm sure we'll just keep turning them out. If nothing else i mean. Listen like jason miller writing about how awesome. The trump years were is probably going to sell more copies than like a reporter's book about the first year of the biden administration. So oh yeah. So i mean the appetite. Comparatively is still going to be reasonably strong.
Options & Alternatives Can Be The Enemy Of Progress
"A bit of a positive message with this negative statement because right now there's a fair amount of doom and gloom in the world obviously and rightly so a lot of people have lost jobs lost businesses losing housing. So it's pretty dire situation for a lot of people and a lot of people don't necessarily see a way out of it. They don't see what the alternatives out. What their options are. What are they choices to progress out of this but when you understand for just a minute that oftentimes it is exactly those alternatives and those options in those choices which hinder our progress. It is those choices and alternatives and options that stand in the way of making a decision and really fully hundred percent committing to a certain path. Because when you have an option when you have an alternative well if this thing doesn't work out doesn't matter so much so i think and look at the easiest statement to make if you're one of the lucky few that hasn't lost joel been and still in a relatively good situation but for those that i and i think if you understand for moment that it's the lack of choices and it's the lack of options that might actually be your strength. That might actually become you superpower if you harness it that way and i know it's easy to say almost didn't want to say this one today but i do think there's a lot of value in that statement that it's the options and alternatives that often stand in the way of l. progress so with no options no alternatives. Then we have no option literally but to find a way so try and harness that and use that as your superpower and i actually honestly believe that over the next six to twelve to eighteen months we going to see a hell of a lot of progress in a hell of a lot of areas for exactly that reason. Someone's come up with a new alternative of bid away of doing things than what we had before. Because they had no alternative. They had no choice. Just the thought
Building successful lives, one plane at a time with TeenFlight,
"Successful lives one plane at a time at the as air venture in oshkosh a group of oregon teenagers stand beside an rv. Twelve light sport aircraft answering questions. They have spent eighteen months building the plane on display and they are eager to put their expertise on display as well. The adults who quiz them are rightly impressed. The students are with teen flight. The high school arm of airway science for kids or ask which serves students in and around portland oregon team. Flight is the brainchild of erin. Figura ted miller and van's aircraft founder. Richard van grunsven. Who wanted to honor the memory of ask. Founder bob strickland by creating a program for high school students team flight. Young people are given an opportunity to build an aircraft that they will eventually be able to fly. The student built aircraft has showcased at oshkosh and then sold to fund the next build session. Van grunsven noted that this is the kind of program he would have loved as a young man for the first build. Classy offered space in his hangar at the aurora airport and agreed to oversee construction of one of his company's own kit planes the rv twelve quote. The twelve is a well-developed kit plane. He said we were confident. That with the help of adult mentors with the right group of motivated kids. They could get the job done. And the sex. A little. Bit about eric krause. Who was a high school junior when he joined the inaugural teen flight class in two thousand nine. He said whenever. I tell people in school about the program they'd say oh you're building an rc. Plane krause said nobody ever believed we were building actual aircrash if the naysayers could have seen the students mechanical skills on day one their skepticism would have been justified said krause. Some kids didn't know which side of a screwdriver to hold a few years. After graduation cross took his team flight build plan to interview and discuss the process of building an aircraft as a teenager the interviewers impressed and he landed the job. he's now a manager advanced aircraft and he believes the program taught him not only general mechanical skills but leadership skills as well the program's goal is not produce the next generation of aviators or aviation engineers students pursue those goals and ask provides as much support to them as it can including scholarships to pursue flight. Training figure keeps a broader goal in mind when thinking about the program's impact quote. Most of the kids that we work with go on and do interesting things and do creative things so they use the skills they learned in teen flight. He said we like to say that. We're not really teaching teenagers. How to build airplanes. Were teaching them how to have a fulfilling life with good interesting careers and to be excited about it. Van grunsven echoed that sentiment. We have found that the program can be most helpful for kids who maybe don't fit in on other things and maybe aren't doing well in school but when they're able to work with airplanes they get excited. He said we've had parents tell. Their children's grades went up after they went into the program. They work harder and they do better great story and i wish there were more programs like this around the united states and around the world
'Who the hell elected you?' Big tech CEOs grilled in US Senate hearing
"Were about to turn to a segment on big tech The C. E. O.'s were grilled Wednesday on Capitol Hill about how they moderate election disinformation extremist content we there were accused by. Republicans of Censoring Conservatives. But before we go I wanted to ask you about how facebook design changes to its news feed algorithm in two thousand seventeen to reduce the visibility of Progressive News sites like Mother Jones Your News Organization according to the Wall Street. Journal some policy executives at facebook voice concerns in two thousand seventeen about pending changes to the news feed algorithm that they thought might have a larger impact on right-leaning news sites like the daily wire. So engineers made changes to the algorithm that would have a bigger impact on the traffic to left leaning sites. Meanwhile Mother Jones Editors wrote in two thousand and nine thousand nine. The site had seen a sharp decline in its facebook audience which translated to a loss of around six hundred thousand dollars over eighteen months and apparently according to the Wall Street Journal. Zuckerberg himself signed off on these changes,
How to Prevent Hustle Burnout
"When I started working on the hundred dollar Ba back in the early days two thousand and eleven two, thousand, twelve, two, thousand, thirteen. Every business expert said, you gotta work hard super hard, and as many hours as possible you still hear this often. In the rhetoric of business knowledge. Now, I do agree that you do need to work hard. Okay and you might have to sacrifice and work more hours her used to especially in the beginning but you just can't do that for years to come. You can maybe do that for six months a year eighteen months. But at some point, it's just not gonNa make any sense for your health is going to take a toll and you just can't move forward anymore because. You'RE GONNA work yourself to the ground you want to is make sure that you're working smarter harder but in a way that sustainable way that, hey, you can get up the next day and go at it strong I don't believe in extremes I think the extremes get us into trouble whether that's working a hundred hours a week or thinking we can work four hours a week and have a multibillion dollar business, the truth, the balance the reality lies somewhere in between I'm a big believer that after a certain point, you're just not as productive as. You can be the reality is if you look at your date after the eight or nine hour mark, you're just not firing at all cylinders. You're just not as productive dot creative. You're not solving problems at the same rate and probably the best thing you can do at that point his actually take a break is actually align yourself to recharge and recharging doesn't necessarily mean you're not helping your business and I'll explain in a moment but I love business I love being an entrepreneur and just because I tell myself hey, I need some time to. Recover, so I don't burn out that doesn't mean I don't love business or I don't want bed. In fact, there are things I can do in that space in that time that can help my business helped me improve not only just in the short term, but in the long-term. So let's get into some strategies number one I believe the best way to recharge to make sure you don't burn out is to do A. Combination of two different things number one is frequent regular breaks and longer quality breaks. Let me explain frequent regular breaks is something that you want to do on a regular basis on a daily basis. So for example, let's say you start your day of work at seven. Am You work through? You have a short thirty minute break for lunch and then you end your day let's say at five pm that's a pretty long day. That's ten hours of work. Okay. if you minus a half hour of lunch nine a half hours let's call it nine hours. Okay. But at five pm I'm going to go do something that's going to allow me to recharge. But at the same time, helped my business going to go to the gym. Okay. I'M GONNA go to Jim. I'M GONNA. Get some of my frustrations how I might get a chance to just really focus on myself. This is a few things number one. It allows me to recharge my batteries arouse me to be healthier as an entrepreneur. I'm protecting the vessel, the vehicle that's GonNa get to where I wanNA, go, which is my body, right? What's the point of getting to? Where you are trying to get to and your health is in disarray and you can't enjoy the fruits of your labor. Also, you're going to get there faster and more efficiently when you're healthy right when your body's at its peak performance. So I'M GONNA do some exercise. Okay. The other thing that's going to do is that while I'm exercising I. Can do a plethora of things to help me in my business helped me improve as a leader I can listen to podcasts I can listen to e books which I absolutely love on audible. For example, sometimes I listen to video trainings the video playing on my phone, but I'm just listening to it and just getting you know the knowledge from the training. I listened to Ted Talks that are playing off. Youtube and this allows me to really absorb the information without being distracted by other things because I'm just working out and I'm just doing my workout and allows my mind to really focus on the knowledge and see applies to my own life and how I can apply to my business. So even though I stepped away from the desk, my mission to improve as an entrepreneur and prove my business is still in full force and I'm at the gym improving myself physically and mentally this is just an. Example. You can go for a walk you can go jog you can do a yoga routine and listen to these things, and this is just a brief break in my day an hour, an hour and twenty minutes, but it does wonders because it allows me to recenter and not feel like my life is work i. have other things to do outside of work. Then after that can have dinner enjoy my time with my family things like that. The second way of taking breaks I believe is longer breaks but totally shutting off. Okay. So this could be as simple as. Saturday Sunday right two days in a row or even a three day weekend. If you can squeeze it Friday Saturday Sunday or Saturday Sunday Monday whatever. But the players that you totally shut off, you do not look email you. You tell your team. Hey, I'm not available. There's a whole lot easier when the weekend but if you're bridging three weekend this is totally doable. Say Friday I'm shutting off I'm going into big picture mode thinking mode planning mode, and really what you're doing here is you're just allowing yourself to step away from the business and see your business as an investor instead of the person that's tinkering and noon all the work allows you to analyze your decisions. What are the next things I need to do to move forward if I was an investor in this business? And this could take any shape you know. But the point is, is that allows you to think, allows you to just take time out You can go and spend a few days on the beach. If you want to you can go camping you could do a staycationing the beauty of thinking is that you can do it anywhere. Okay. But I like the idea of Diana stepping away a little bit from your environment, your home because reshapes your mind and forces you to feel like this is something new. Let me take advantage of it an even if you just do this once a quarter, every three months, it's going to make a huge. Difference, it's going to allow you to come back after that weekend fully charged ready to go with a different perspective to go strong for the next ninety days or so, and you can do it more frequently. If you wish the next thing I recommend is that you make sure you covet your calendar Covet, your time a lot of us we open up our calendar to anybody in anybody who wants to grab time from it do not do this because then you're prioritizing everybody else's problems a needs versus yours, and you don't give yourself enough time to get anything done in there for you feel stressed out and your to do list keeps growing and growing.
FAA Admin logs some 737Max time
"So the administrator went flying. This is okay. I I like this story on a number of a levels. I don't know one of you may turn out to be the sinecure. All right but I like the story on a couple of so what? Mr Carteris. Yeah I know right I didn't want to name names, but that's what I figured about how I figured. It would play out So you know. The Boeing seven thirty-seven Max is still rounded but getting closer and closer to returning to the skies, the Francisco Franco all of Of Aircraft. and. And clearly I mean I'm no I'm not naive obviously this was a big publicity thing. All right. The the administrator of the FAA a conducted in evaluation flight. The pictures I showed should him in in less so? To the extent I'm going to be cynical about this. The one thing I'm questioning is the administrator the as really checked out in a seven thirty seven to fly the left I believe that's correct. Yeah. He he I think he other type he's a former airline pilot. Okay. Has a seven three typewriting. And if he does have a later model type rating for the seventy three. He's eligible the service. That airplane. So clearly, the FAA wants to demonstrate that the seven thirty seven is is safe and or you know and is is is deserving of of returning into flight service, and so they did a thing where now the story I have posted here is actually from before he said that he's going to do this thing but apparently it's been it's heads happened right on this this flight took place and because I think I've seen a story that talked about it after he and he got some Sim time before the well that's smart too that smart too. So his bio at FAA website says. A former Delta director global flight operations or Senior Vice President of flight operations for Delta Airlines. flew fluid line operations as as three twenty captain and previously flew the seven, two, seven, seven, three, seven, seven, five, seven, and seven, six seven. What that tells me as he never made captain on the seven three but he was a captain on the twenty Okay so So anyways, I like this story I think you know I mean it's it's smart marketing it's you know and it's kind of play pleasure I don't know what's the right word is but that we have an administrator who actually can fly airplanes, which is not always the case not always occurred and so so you know I I of got a little warm fuzzy about. starring. In. The best way I mean that. Going there. Okay well, we're will you go JEB. What do you think about this or dude? I was a pure pr stat. Of course it's a PR stunt, but you know I mean, it's a good pr stunned had done well, and and and it's not. You know I know it's a PR stunt, but it's not cynical PR stunt. They're trying to revive this airplane which. I don't disagree with that. and. There's so much to say but. Yeah one of the things that I caught and the aftermath. Is that. He still wouldn't sign off on the airplane. We're not quite ready yet. Well, then what was the purpose of the stunt? Timing may have been wrong, right? That's an interesting point. Now, fly it, fly the day before the day of you give it its walking papers give it. It's it's airworthiness certificate back you know Hey, I just flew the airplane is great here I'm signing the paperwork now. Yeah. Well, that kind of thing. So it looks a little phony to you know it's kind of like a well. I'm not sure which is looks phonier be honest weeping. So. David what do you think about the administrator flying the airplane? Well, I. Think it was Absolutely necessary I off. A long time ago in this saga has been going on for what? Eighteen months coming up on two years since the first crashes. That's true and. Longtime ago the administrators said that He would himself fly the airplane before it was returned to approve for return to service so From the perspective of promise made promise. Kept he fulfilled a promise? At a good thing. Was it a publicity stunt? Absolutely unless the guy was. There to do some data taking for the return to service flight tests but it was a good pr stunt. It it has some some value in that. Here's a guy who really knows the business knows his way around the cockpit. Getting some time in an airplane, it's had a troubled history. Did that, get it to the point of coming back to service no. There's still a lot that the FAA wants to get clear on and they are also working with other regulators from other countries who have grounded the airplane themselves Canada, the European Union. Brazil. There's a lot. The kind of go into this return to service enters a lot of stuff steak and I think the last thing any of these airworthiness authorities WanNa have happened is. Say Yep Yep we're good to go. You can start putting them back into service, which is problematic, and there's going to be a whole lot of pilots going to need to be brought up to speed in a recurrent training for them. Before that happens but. To have some little glitch come along. Right after you return it to service will doom this airplane forever I mean it's definitely going to be smooth no question Scott to be Smith I don't. Disagree with anything you, just said. except well, I would simply point out. that. I'm not sure that the return of the seven three is going to make or break any airlines It's GonNa make or break. Boeing. Yeah. But given the. Severe Downturn right in passenger demand over the last several months. and airlines have been doing fine making do with what they have. Be They've been retiring a number of aircraft or just parking them because the demand is not sufficient to keep them up and running it. All of a sudden. Now, we're going to have a glut of I don't know how many hundreds of of seven thirty seven Max is that are ready to go again. Big. Whoop. WHO's going to be flying.
Grandfather pleads guilty in death of toddler who fell from cruise ship
"Next tonight here the grandfather and his guilty plea the tragic death of a toddler onboard crucial a wrenching turn for a family from Indiana tonight the eighteen month old child falling to her death after he held her up to a window he said he did not realize the window was open. Here's Ariel Russia. Tonight the grandfather who lost grip of his eighteen month old granddaughter on a cruise ship making the gut wrenching decision pleading guilty to negligent homicide in her death saying he just wants to help end part of this nightmare for his family Sam Nello Holding Little Khloe Wiegand when she plummeted from this eleventh floor Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship Window in San Juan Puerto Rico in July of Twenty nineteen to lose her baby this way. Is. which is the unfathomable the toddlers parents standing by her grandfather, a Nilo always maintaining it was a grave accident that he didn't realize the ships window was open. Broken. Family strong. Stay strong. But unreleased surveillance video seen by ABC News appears to show Annella look over the railing through the open window. A Nilo then picks up Khloe, and they appear to lean over together before she disappears from frame tonight the family's attorney telling ABC News because the plea agreement includes no jail time and no admission of facts it was decided the plea deal is in the best interest of the family so that they can close this horrible chapter and turn their focus to morning Khloe. And David David Chloe's family is suing Royal Caribbean for negligence and while the cruise line is disputing that lawsuit tonight they say their thoughts are with close family during this difficult time
Quim Torra, the president of the regional government of Catalonia, has officially been disqualified from office
"Last November in the build up to a general election in Spain Kim Torah, the president of the Regional Government of Catalonia hung a banner on the building in which the government sits demanding the freedom of certain of his colleagues presently in prison or in exile, and what we are going to ask Mister Sanchez. Okay. Obviously and of repression to sit together in these table of negotiations with no conditions that means that we are going to put on. The table, these referendum, these right of Catalonia to self determination, and we want to ask Mr Scientific for the amnesty for our colleagues imprison this week. This act appears to have caused cream Torah his job Spain's Supreme Court has upheld a previous decision banning him from public office eighteen months a consequence of him disobeying an earlier court order to remove the poster which was held to violate election laws against displaying political materials in were indeed on public buildings. He was also fine. Thirty thousand euros treated to a judicial wigging for his quote stubborn blunt repeated and obstinate on quote refusal to do as he was told. Others naturally be afraid of these magistrates if the Supreme Court would decide whether to disqualify democratic and legitimate president for having defended freedom of expression justice prisoners, coalitions, and the return of the exiles these traits today have in their hands. Something much more important than my political futures wanted. Not For any banner. But for banner that defended the fundamental rights denied I mean stylish kitchen. Inevitably given the nature of populist nationalist movements of the tight which Mr Tara leads he and his supporters will regard this damnation as a ringing endorsement. The practical upshot of this decision is that Catalonia has a new acting president, vice president and Economy Minister Arrogance and the Embassy of Catalan independence have been stoked once again with potentially combustible consequences. For Listeners who've been sufficiently bewildered by recent global events that decathlon succession crisis feels like something that happened circa the battle of Salamanca as opposed to three years ago a brisk recap is possibly in order. In October, two thousand and seventeen, the procession regional government of Catalonia through a referendum on independence. This vote had already been declared illegitimate by Spain's national government ruled illegal by Spain's constitutional. Court. and was widely boycotted by pro unionists within Catalonia. What they are pushing is not democracy it's a mockery of democracy travesty of democracy. Referendum do not equal or do not equate democracy. The result was ninety percent in favor of independence but on a turnout of only forty three percent. Nevertheless on October twenty, seventh, two, thousand and Seventeen Catalonia's parliament. Independence Solutia. The COLOSIO Delta repetant parliamentary get rather sit down. Though in Punta. The worst Zimba. Spain's national government was unimpressed by this and accordingly sacked Catalonia's leaders dissolved its parliament and instituted direct rule from Madrid Catalonia's. Can Preach Demont and a few other putative architects of the Catalan nation skipped the country. Wisely, it turned out those who stayed were arrested and charged with treason several received hefty prison sentences including Catalan vice president, Auriol Carris, currently serving thirteen years. President preached amount remains in exile in Belgium from where he has managed to get elected to European Parliament as a representative of Spain Vice? President John Carey has also been elected to European Parliament although for obvious reasons is yet take his seat. Absolutely none of which has caused the idea of Catalan independence to go away at least not entirely though recent polls do suggest dwindling enthusiasm for the idea from nearly forty nine percent at the time of the referendum to perhaps forty two percent. Now, President Torre has strongly suggested that regional elections may be held early in two thousand, twenty one, which he is already framing as a choice as he puts it between democracy and freedom or repression and imposition. The, difficulty with this argument is that in the present dispensation, Catalonia is not short of either democracy or freedom. It is the richest part of what is by global standards a wealthy country. It enjoys considerable autonomy electing its own parliament flying signed flag, speaking its own language, controlling its own police and many of the public services, including schools and healthcare. The Catalan independence movement often looks and sounds less like some heroic struggle to slough off a brutal imperialist yoke. The net does populist insurrection like Brexit, another self indulgent tantrum thrown by the complacent citizens of a prosperous and orderly nation rebelling against some imaginary tyranny door is breaking. Independent United Kingdom. The difference of course is that Mr Torah his colleagues and supporters do have a case on the repression and imposition front as well. The referendum of two thousand and seventeen was a stunt which all, but begged Madrid to overreact and indeed. Did Not just in its heavy-handed persecutions of the independence movements, ringleaders. But in the ham-fisted response of the National Police and Guardia Civil, which left hundreds of pro-independence protestors injured and Spain's government looking like exactly the authoritarian overlords that Catalonia's government was accusing them of being. Versus the cycle of Grievance keeps turning in firing president. Torres Spain might be about to discover again the folly of punishing those who want to be punished.
Mali swears in transitional president and vice president
"Will be sworn into office and Friday five weeks after the up Auto of Ibrahim boubacar. Keita button Del a former Defense Minister was picked by the coup leader Colonial and see me going to hurt the transitional government until elections off. Call Daniel Garcia will be his vice president did you government is expected to be in office for transition period of eighteen months that will lead to an election. The appointment of a civil president was a condition for the West African Regional group Equus to lift the sanctions. It imposed after the coup stocks of
Interview with Calvin Baker
"Talk A lot about Colin. Kaepernick who of course has become far more than an athlete and more than any athlete of his generation has become super politicizing talk about how sports is a narrative of nationhood and definitely think that you could write eight the story of modern America on his last Assi What What do you? What do you? What are you? What are you thinking about? Colin Kaepernick. I think he's great. I think the truth almost didn't come to light. They. They suppress it for so long and so long and so long I think that it is. Emblematic of what's going on the country as a whole where you have this man and expressing is. Liberal belief. and. Becomes a lightly We tell ourselves we're in the twenty th century were everything is so diverse, and then you see what a lightning rod that becomes for. White. Anger. Someone expressing pride who is but also like. You can't kill black. That's radical athlete baboots how that's That's where we really are that. You can't say. Retaliates tally is wrong. Those are the hard enforces of racism, which I which I can chew colonialism in larger forces and patterns. How advanced how might and can the society be if you if it's if it's controversial as it was in that moment? Thankfully it's I think. As this moves forward. He's becoming raise established himself as one of a line of. Athletic spokespersons yet if you go back on tradition begins. Muhammad Ali's or the world and the Jim Brown's the world who's as like Oh as black versus one of the few people who is allowed any sort of visible Jackie Robinson in different. S. And that's end. And then he became corporate. Right. But the happiest people's right night. I talked about Jim Brown on the NFL who made the decision to leave NFL. After A manhood battle with art modell whose the owner Cleveland browns and direct line and one of the things on everything. We think we're saying there's historical precedent for it and the function and the horses ourselves. Insane. And so right. You look at that the and you look at what's happening feeling I'm not the first person. Say This I long chop wanted to contextualized story. And also like yeah. Camp is doing civil rights work. In the resistance that he faces shows you how much of this country is still against the most basic expression of civil rights what do you? What do you make of? The NFL along with the NBA? WNBA. Others. The institutions of sport have seemed to have come around to say you know we're going to embrace black lives matter. We're going to plastered all over the field or the court wear whatever you want. Neil. However, you want like you know we're fully supportive of the movement and yet gaps still doesn't have a job. So he still sacrificed his dream. Surely, it was his childhood dream that he achieved And then had that taken away chose to go after something bigger, and now that the the sports world, the NFL in particular has come around to his side of things. He is still left out which for so many of us for you to. ADDS a hypocritical sheen to all of it. I mean, I don't know I can't fully embrace what the NFL is doing until he is welcome back into the fold in a serious way. I mean, one of the. made the final cut I. Don't remember off the top of my head but wasn't Michael Vick can chilidog and still have A. Job in Colin Kaepernick, can't say. Shoot people. And not have a job. That's what I think. First of all the NFL. Lost me just I mean. There are a lot like their lot of sports. I. Love. I. Love Sports is you know and but there's always another sport and league baseball loss during steroids. Haven't been back. Haven't really looked back. I might watch catch on the corner of my eye, the barbershop every once in a while. The NFL. Because they are so far on what you say what you think the man like Avenue you know Muhammad, Ali's spent. Eighteen months in jail for Kosovo Vietnam War. I don't remember how much. Much of the baby actually did. Athletic careers. sports and they end when you're still a young individual with a lot of life ahead and as you read it as Jim Brown realize can't stop. By many miles at. And right the dream of NFL would it looks like it might be over I hope that it's eventually someone will give him a shot maybe but. And will air. We'll find the next stream. Nets like life purpose. That's always the challenge of being an athlete. It happened to him in a prematurely it's not fair but he's shown himself to be larger than that lead
Internet: Old TV caused village broadband outages for 18 months
"It sounds like the plot of a SCIFI novel. In fact, it's literally part of the plot of a sci-fi novel. I read last month Hank Greens a beautifully foolish endeavor every morning for eighteen months the broadband Internet went out in a small village in Wales. Engineers ran a cable replacement program, but it didn't work every morning at seven am on the dut the Internet would go out for the entire village. The engineers were stumped into the used a monitoring device called a spectrum analyzer and walked around the village looking for electrical noise. Engineer Michael Jones said quotes at seven. Am like clockwork. It happened our device picked up a large burst of electrical interference in the village end quote. But it was not alien tech, it was instead a secondhand television set that an anonymous householder was turning on every morning at seven am and which omitted enough true `interference specifically a single high level impulse noise or nine to affect the broadband signal and knockout the Internet in the whole village. The TV owner has said that they were mortified and has agreed not to turn the TV on ever again. Quoting BBC Suzanne Rutherford Open reached chief engineers lead for Wales said anything with electrical components from outdoor lights to microwaves can potentially have an impact on broadband connections. We just advise the public to make sure that they're electrical appliances are properly certified and meet current British standards she said and quotes. which is good to know except most people probably wouldn't be aware that their device is causing any sort of problem i. mean it took them eighteen months to work this out I don't think that your average Joe would necessarily ever think that technology like outdated TV could affect modern tech like broadband but of course, it can and I do think it's interesting to see the interplay of older and newer technology and almost reminds me of how devices that run on electricite go haywire at hogwarts because all of the magic interferes with them, which was definitely based on a real scientific theory and not a convenient explanation as to why the characters didn't watch TV or use computers.
Is the federal government to blame for wildfires gone out of control?
"Fires on the West Coast are burning across an incredible amount of land burning added incredible scale smoke has dimmed the son in cities as far as two thousand miles away. Dozens of people have lost their lives many more have lost their belongings and their homes. The scale, the intensity and the frequency of wildfires have grown more alarming in recent years. It's clear according to fire experts that the US needs a new strategy to cope with his escalating threat. But exactly what that strategy should be is tricky to figure out. President trump has said forest management is the single solution to combating fires out West. Fall down after. A short period of time about eighteen months they become very dry they become really like a matchstick. And they get up, you know there's no more water pouring through and they become very very They explode they could explode also leaves when you have years of leaves dried leaves on the ground it just sets it up. It's really a fuel for a fire. So they have to do something about it they all he's repeatedly shrugged off warnings that human caused climate change contributes turning western states into tinder boxes. Trump's view is contrary to scientific consensus on this issue. The president's rhetoric seems to reflect a lack of agreement at the federal level around how to solve this fire problem. But how much does trump's refusal to acknowledge manmade climate change affect the country's wildfire management and response plans for that matter how much a forest management falls on the state versus the federal government? Ultimately who's responsible for preventing these wildfires from burning out of control? This is, can he do that a podcast that explores the powers and limitations of the American presidency I'm Alison Michael's A need from the states from the federal government in terms of recovery is going to continue to stack up. That's in Kim White House reporter at the Washington Post. She's been closely covering trump's response to the wildfires. Later in the show, I talked to a fire in climate expert about where responsibility lies for fire mitigation and disaster response but I I turned to sung men to explain how the president's rhetoric and Fit into the West Coast ongoing crisis. It's a devastating situation out west. There are millions of acres of that have been burned. It's about ten states out west, but it's really concentrated in California Oregon and Washington State. You have dozens of deaths and we'll be saw on the presidential front. was that President, trump traveled to California on Monday as part of a campaign swing he stopped in Sacramento to get a briefing. On these fires, it was the first time. He had really used the power of the office to bring attention to these wildfires where he had been pretty quiet on the issue until that. Yeah and this isn't the first big wildfire that's happened during the trump administration has his response been similar this time to what we've heard from him before in two, thousand, eighteen or twenty nineteen. It definitely has me on the overall issue of president trump and climate change. He has repeatedly cast doubt on the scientific consensus of man-made Climate Change and he also dismisses it in relation to these wildfires. My colleagues at the posts of obviously talked to so many experts say it is absolutely clear that hyman change is really aggravating these fires creating these conditions. Where these fires can just really get out of control quickly. But the president has repeatedly not just with these latest round of wildfires this time around. But in previous years throughout his presidency blamed forest management, he says, the mismanage forest are the main cause of why these fires are blowing out of control. Now, there is a little bit of truth to that. From the experts that we've talked to and even Governor Gavin newsom of California acknowledged that it has briefing with the President and Sacramento on. Monday, that is clearly not the whole story but trump and his typical trumpian fashion has referred to exploding trees and conversations with unnamed foreign leader saying, well, we take care of our trees so we don't have that problem. In our country and that's been where the president has been casting the blame.
"eighteen month" Discussed on The Liturgists
"It was a way to revel in the beauty of what human body could produce and we we sang in four part harmony and we sang at every meeting and i look back at that and i actually think that was a medicine to me all along. I didn't know that at the time but it was like <hes> i think if i hadn't had that i think i would have been sicker and worse off you know and so that was a practice that yes we were singing words but ultimately what we're doing is vibrating with our bodies is and a lot of the practices that have healed me and brought me back to an openness to godden to whatever religion and faith look like in this this phase of my life yeah they've been practice based and really centered in the body and i think i had those things all along but i didn't understand how wise they were or how how helpful they were being that reminds me of a shamanic tradition which asks a person who is suffering. When did you stop dancing. When did you stop mm singing right that the healer the intuitive healers who've been around long before are more modern presentation of <hes> the eighth have known that being in the body using voice joining in some sort of embodied expression is intimately connected to our well-being are thriving. You are ability to navigate pain. Absolutely i mean all of this vibration in some way right you know we paint is also at some level of vibrating thing in the body and yeah we need those things we need to vibrate our bodies with with things that are deeply deeply healing in music and dance certainly to the biggest and i again you see children intuitively do these things without shame or embarrassment until something enters the changes that relationship for them but i see i have an eighteen month old daughter as well and she is so in touch with her body. It is like it is marvelous to behold and i just do marvel at her because she walks around half the time with her fist in the air like <hes> so she's pumped you know she says like i'm here. We're doing it living life with every cell in my body and she dances and she sings and she hums uh-huh and she vibrates all the time but we find ourselves. I know i found myself very often in place of wouldn't even call it silence because the interior world i my interior landscape was very noisy but none of the vibrating was happening my body anymore. It was all thought and that is a prison. Our bodies are so important. They are the doors to that jail. You know my last question the for you is if there was something you could say to someone who's struggling with mental health particularly in a faith context. What would you say to them. I would say say that you have never been fundamentally broken in any way including <music> with your mental wellness or mental health and that any any voice in your.
"eighteen month" Discussed on KOMO
"Her and her eighteen month old daughter in a fit of road rage Marcy large is afraid that someone is gonna get hurt if this guy is in cost road rage is not anything to mess around with the stretch of road where it happened highway one sixty two between Ording and south Marci says this guy was right on about after a minute or so I decided to slow down almost to a complete stop hoping that he passed me then when he didn't pass Marci says she sped up again and that's when something came through the rear window over pickup narrowly missing her and her daughter I know I felt something hit me I don't know it could have been just the glass she says the state patrol told her it was a BB shot Mars is as the road rage wasn't over with the shot and when I got out of the truck to see when he backed up and started driving away and almost ran me over in the process she says it was a man in his late twenties early thirties driving an older white Honda accord or prelude each call Monique the one whose time to forty time for an update on sports now from the Harley exterior sports desk almost bill Schwartz says one pitcher could be making his final mariners start tonight Mike Leake can knows his name comes up often in trade talks with contending baseball team's in veteran right hander has been terrific in his last two starts leak is scheduled to throw for the Ms tonight in Texas Seattle brings a five game win streak into the two game series against the Rangers the emms yesterday acquired a young infielder Daniel Castro from the Dodgers in exchange for re utility man Christopher and I grown to come a raiders open homestand tonight a Cheney stadium against Omaha the Seahawks conclude day five of football camp in Renton with one injury concerns left guard Mike Iupati is in a walking boot former U. dub tight and will Disley caught a Russell Wilson TD pass this Lee pacing himself in camp after missing much of two thousand eighteen with a knee.
"eighteen month" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Hour searching eighteen month old Dallas boy found dead the latest now from careless Austin your police arrested twenty seven year old center Johnson connection to the death of Cedric Jackson it was reported missing Wednesday morning Johnson was the boyfriend of Jackson's and with whom he was temporarily staying according to the arrest affidavit Johnson told police center got up in the middle of the night and made a mess with ketchup packets so was punishment he swaddle the child to restrict the toddlers movements Johnson told attacked is when he eventually unwrap the taller from his swaddle Cedric started throwing up the man said he perform CPR for at least thirty minutes but the child did not wake up Johnson told police he took the boy's body to a dumpster in northeast Dallas worry left it a door is later found centers body in a row let landfill Johnson has been charged with felony injury to a child Austin Yorkers radio ten eighty carefully with tropical storm berry turning up in the northern Gulf some of the oil companies are evacuating personnel and shutting down off shore production gas buddies Alison Max's that could lead to a brief jump in gasoline prices I sing a lot but we still need to wait and see what's going to happen but the market is going to react to that you look at the bottom line is that if the supply and demand issue at least one Gulf coast refineries already closed ahead of the storm senator John Cornyn heading to a migrant detention center along the Mexico border Friday senator Cory will be touring the migrant processing center in McAllen Texas with vice president Mike pence he's actually by my ride there are flying down with him and will have a number of our members of the Judiciary Committee back in Austin to state house committees homeland security in international relations will hear testimony on what the state can do to improve conditions for those being detained punch on the various heads up homeland security I want to see from people that are there and involved in either national apprehension the tension in what we're doing at the state in Austin Chris fox news radio ten.
"eighteen month" Discussed on KCBS All News
"An eighteen month old boy is recovering this morning from surgery after falling some twenty feet from a second story fire escape in Oakland yesterday afternoon. The accident happened around four thirty in an apartment complex on Martin Luther King junior way police said the child lives on another floor of the building with his parents just ahead on KCBS. I'm Curtis given the city's tenderloin neighborhood one of the areas being targeted by the city's poop patrol. I was shocked by the amount of feces on the street. CBS traffic and one of the time twelve away. Good morning, Frank Munich. We'll morning problems on the Cal train system on this very early Saturday morning. We have a car reportedly on the tracks in Powell also at east meadow drive. No indication of injuries. No indication that the car has been hit. But we do have Powell to a police in a tow truck on scene and the southbound one ninety six train heading through Paolo Alto is now being stopped at California avenue rude surprise as you come off the upper deck of the bay bridge. That would be an accident on the shoulder. Westbound eighty just before Fremont street that's starting to stack up traffic a little bit from San Francisco. Anchorage on now to the scene, and we have road work in Vacaville and Dixon. Thank you. Joe? When the big rig of the caves to be as phone force for towing us, we have the center divide work and the two. Lames coned off on eastbound eighty from leisure town road on up to eighth street in Dixon, slow and go from leisure town road up to mid way, your next traffic update at twelve eighteen on the traffic leader cave to be heavy coastal in bay fog spreading inland. This morning by sunrise, lows in the forties and fifties could see some drizzle could see some drizzle the rest of the day too. At the.
"eighteen month" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"So it's like a lot of dictated by strategically. What are you trying to achieve and I think that, you know, south on a tactical level like no one does it better on a tactical level? But if strategically which is that's determined outside the military, if you if you're like trying to engage, you know, anywhere this terrorist. You're going to you can justify sending us off unit after a while on a thirty happen. You're going to be stretched too thin now. Now, how do you how do you, cultivate, all these abilities? If you're constantly deployed to because you're not you can't really train when you're deployed if you're doing the missions. I mean, you really doing what you're exposed to like you can't develop these new capabilities. So none of this stuff exist in a vacuum. If like if your strategic objectives don't marry with tactically what you wanna do. Then there's always going to be this disconnect. And I think that's kind of where we are. Now, where it's just like people are asking way too much of soften part of like, you said is soft own fault part of things that divide between the civilian population the military where? Sophist put on too much of a pedestal. And I think that we people like we used to be the community could do a better job of like like these regular people. Yeah. Exactly. Like, hey, this dude has been deployed fifteen times. Like he needs some time with his family now. You know, it's a unconventional side too. There's some truth to it, increasingly smaller and smaller segment of our population is being expected to shoulder so much of the burden. I mean, I was one of the lucky ones. I deployed three times do some cool stuff in the military. I was a single guy. I mean think about the guy who stayed in. He got married and had kids and he still in the soft community today. So the point over and over and over and over again, I mean. Against something has to give. Yeah. I mean, I've heard of like eighty second airborne in Iraq doing like eighteen month deployments. It's absolutely insane. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I don't know what they were doing like World War. I've watched like civil war documentaries. Where it's like, you're deployment is length of the war. Like, you don't get to go home. But in two thousand nineteen should we be having eighteen month appointments? Like, I just don't know how sustainable is in World War Two. I mean, you got drafted you're in for like a year you saw some shit. But right. It was over, you know, you went home. Yeah. And for the strategic return that we get right? It's literally saving the world of the world. It's like you can make a case that if we did a lot less the world wouldn't be that much different. So yeah. Yeah. So just shifting gears again a little bit. I wanna talk about you know, you're going to Columbia you continue to further your own education and stay in the. I mean, are you John done there now? Yeah. Right. But I mean, your degree was it sports physiology phys. Therapy physical therapy. Okay. Yeah. So what made you decide you want to kind of the part with the military and pursue, you know, the sports therapy. Yeah. So like, I said when I was prior to para rescue, I was like thinking about going to medical school, and I was pretty deep into the process. Even at that time. I thought I wanted to do primary care or non-surgical sportsman things I always liked sports and was active, and then obviously changed when I joined the air force. So I I wanted to get back into that field in some capacity, and the nice thing about having gone through that experience was your work a lot in hospitals. Get a lot of actual medical experience..
"eighteen month" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Dollars in eighteen months. Eighteen months way to go and your range of income during that time. I started off the thirty thousand dollars and went up to one hundred and five this past year. Wow. Must've changed jobs. No, no. Well, I picked up some some extra jobs. I was doing lift installation. Delivering packages of the Amazon I have a tutoring business. That's my main job, and I started cheering for some other companies on the side. But the vast majority of it was just my business did really well this year good. I'm very grateful for the very good. Congratulations. What kind of debt was the sixty thousand? It was thirty five thousand dollars of credit card debt. I had a fifteen thousand dollars too long ten thousand dollar. Ten thousand dollars Carlo. Yup. And some dumb loans here, and they're like, you know, dentist. I never thought when I was a little kid that I would end up going into debt to go to the dentist now, really. But. Do you think about when you're a little kid? Yeah. Definitely not love it. How old are you? I'm twenty seven years old white ago. So eighteen months ago, something happened. What happened that put you on this journey? Well, it was New Year's Eve of two thousand sixteen and the relationship I was in kind of imploded. So I went back home to my mom's. And I was laying there on the mattress can looking up at the ceiling. You know, realizing that I. I wasn't. I wasn't worth nothing. I was worth less than nothing financially speaking, I know, the scary thought to have I have a negative network have a negative net worth exactly. And that's how I thought about it through my whole debt free journey. But to be honest with you, it wasn't just the the debt that they got news. The fact that I was I was alone. And. Not just because of the relationship. But I realized that I had been treated the way I treat my family the way she did my friends with she'd other people it was about take take take take take. I wasn't a giver. And so that was really the beginning of just starting to turn everything around. Wow. Yeah. So what happened the next day? What happened after that? How'd you end up doing all of this? Well, I discovered you pretty quickly thereafter on a YouTube. Search and don't ask me how I ended up, you know, YouTube searching on Dave Ramsey trying to get out of debt. Yes. Something rabbit hole. Steve. But. But I found that. And then I decided that I wanted to go to school and become a physician assistant because you know, that year the year before I may thirty thousand dollars the tutoring thing, and I was looking at this debt of six thousand looking the tutoring thing of thirty thousand and I was like this is not the kind of future. I want for myself. I don't think this is sustainable. So I I work the program got really intense, and I was about twelve months since the program. I was about to. I was I got accepted to PA school. I was about to start that may. And I did the math, and I pay off about half of the debt that I had. But I wasn't going to do it fast enough where to start PA school debt free. So I decided to give you a call, and I got through and I asked you. Hey, Dave, can I borrow money for school? And you said absolutely do it. No. Just kidding. That you said, no, you idiot. Don't go to school. You've lied gone halfway through are you really going to undo all of the worthy dip, I defer. That acceptance and I was going to start this past may. But when I got out of debt in July. I really started realizing that I have made that decision from a place of fear, and that was not the path that I wanted to go down soon being free. I decided not to do it at all in different decision. Once you're debt free on what's your future? Absolutely. That's powerful. That's interesting. Very cool. Well, congratulations. Thank you so much who's your biggest cheerleader. My mom. Definitely. Okay. My mom. She. Poke fun of me, which is all gonna fund. But now she she was there for me. And, you know, even though they're not here anymore, my grandparents. Yeah. They were. You know, they lived to be ninety five but they did. So with money that they had enough left to to leave an inheritance to their kids and to us as well. So yeah, I know they'd be proud. Yeah. So now that memory says, okay? This is who we are as a people. We're not doing this anymore. Absolutely. Yeah. This was grown up land way to go. Well, done very well done. What's your advice to people who wanna get out of debt? What's the secret? Just just do it and realize that there is no easy way out. You're gonna pay for it one way. You're either gonna pay for it by sacrificing and and radically taking control of your life, and and making a change and changing your future or you're gonna pay for it. When you're sixty five seventy five years old still working minimum wage or still scraping by not having anything to show for it. So there is no there's no shortcut you're gonna have to pay for one way or another so pay for it up front. Yeah. Live like nobody else. So later, you can live like no one else can give like, absolutely. Yeah. So what do you think that this eighteen month journey as changed in you the most? This sounds the story of sounds very transformational to me. Yeah. I'm sorry. It's been it's been a really big transformation. And. And I. I try not to always come come to relationships and ask them, you know, ask what can I give? What can I give to my family walking give gifts my friends relationship with my students is even changed in that in and of itself? I know you've said this before it's not a coincidence that when you decided to get out of debt, your income doubled or tripled because the way I showed up I took responsibility. I started getting my life in order and now instead of asking, okay? What's the quickest way? I can make a buck ask myself. What is the best? What is the best way? I can serve. This is the best way I can serve the student. How can I connect with them? Motivate them. How can I encourage them to be better themselves and one thing I always with my students is I'm an I'm an SAT tutor. So so I have to do my plug critical point if you're in the Philadelphia area, we love we love working with students. But one thing I always do is. We'll do exponential. We talked about exponential functions. I'll say look I got an a sixty thousand dollars a debt if I put this money into a gross into a mutual fund at twelve percent growth in growth interest rate. How much money would have I had would I have had by sixty five and we'll calculate that. And they'll say, oh my God. Now ten million dollars. Right. And so that kinda shows a lot this is you could do this as well. Well done. Well, I'm proud of you know, your parents are and all your mom is good job, man. Very well done. Thank you, very well done Andre. All right. Sixty thousand dollars paid off in eighteen months making thirty two one zero five that's what's called a transformation counted down. Let's hear a debt free scream. Debt free scream sequence initiating in three two one. Romans twelve two.
"eighteen month" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
"Whittling. I wanna talk before a couple of WWE itself in that eighteen month period when you kind of walked in the doors to annex t. And were there who were the. Who did did you feel that you your track record was known by the people who were deciding how to present you and in what way? And who to book you like, who are you interacting with in? Did you feel like you were starting from further behind than you should have been given what you accomplished? Or did you think that the time you had put in was embraced? Appre appreciate it. And and acknowledged when you walked in those doors. Was made pretty clear to me going into that my reputation preceded me and, and you know, in some ways, felt like I was kind of double secret probation kind of walking into the place. You know, if you have a perception of somebody, you may have seen exactly what you think it is you want to see? Yeah, I do feel though that I was showing respect for what I've done. I quite frankly, I think even giving me the opportunity but in and of itself at my age. You know, this point my career was show respect and acknowledging everything. I'd done that being said, when you walk in there, what you've done other places only hold so much value in ways like you need earn. If there you need to pay your dues, their earn your stripes. They're absolutely one hundred percent. So you know, there's there's both sides of that, but I did definitely feel that, you know again, it was made known to me going in that, you know, my reputation or my perceived attitude problems were definitely we're definitely something that people were aware of and that they're. They were, you know, not going to tolerate, you know, in nor should they do. Do you think you got that you're, they assessed you properly with attitude issues and that reputation, or do you think it was overblown or misunderstood? I think that all really comes down to to, you know which side and and perspective looking from. Yeah, listen. Sometimes it comes down to just as simply as as like, not everything fits. You know, I think listen, both sides going in from people. I've talked to people who know me, you know, they, they cautioned you say, this might not really work for you the environment. There is different factors, you know? So I, you know, I, I guess we could. We could look at like this way I had a reputation coming into this place and and there is I probably lived up to the reputation and they the company had a reputation in my eyes. And I guess I feel like they lived up to there's as well. That's what I was wondering is what. What did you think of their operations? What impressed you, but also, what concerns did you have that maybe were validated about whether you were a good fit for that environment? There's components. I mean listen, but what they do, they're successful at, you know, I'm just maybe not. You know, again, I I like to be my own boss, Wade. Everyone wants to work for themselves and be their own boss, call their own shots..
"eighteen month" Discussed on .NET Rocks!
"You cannot get into your garage door and you've accidentally locked out your front screen door to keep your eighteen month old from running out of the house so oh so how secure is the the ubiquity stuff i mean if you looked into it oh extremely skar we we use it for our our corporate network has while so we have we have locked out like you can you can make sure that everything is down to port security in mac address and and that is a level of security we've been able to achieve that nice that's great and i would happily count on network security for the rest of the show except i don't know that the audience necessarily wants to that kind of doing the debbie conversation around this jive back into this because i think anything it's interesting the obstruction what code how do i write good code that validates somebody has the appropriate rights to run some part of the app especially get granular that i want that you this privilege allows us feature this doesn't allow that feature yeah and that's always the interesting one in the management of that always becomes a challenge across across multiple things than i think the the most interesting part of that discussion ends up being i have xyz security system and i want to map into your application security system so how do i how do i do that mapping and still make sure that i'm secure right and an onboard offered users on a on a reliable thing and the the answer to that question almost always involves development like there's there's never one solution out there right but i think the new the new olaf models and all the new requirements that are coming with that are definitely helpful if not if not the way to go forward with with user role mapping and things like that and are you talking specifically about off zeros implementation of it now oh like even even the new i'm blanking on the word you're not not the jacob et models but all of the new kind of off to specifications for role mapping seems to be a good path forward for all of that so it's all industry standard can all be mapped into your react and angular type frameworks around but basically it is the classic it's classical off type models but now map to authorization instead of just occasion in you know most people seem to just stop authentication not get into the challenge of authorisation because in the end y'all still have to track the the authorization part of it so bob did this map occasion to on it and things like that the the best way that that we've been able to solve that problem is actually with the old what what's known as the all mass workspace but all the new the new azure log on authentications bases because they are the right once never be able to rewrite kind of spaces so i can go do all of my secure logging in there outside of it and i can control what my retention periods are and what my logging periods are so that i can go gate things as as needed but also a jacked end and get things to expire and roll out of the spaces needed as well did you say oh amass like the microsoft operations management suite yep the old i think it's now called the new azure activity spaces on a call don't don't quote me on the name but it's it's something along that that's base name in it used to be operations vantage sweep but it's now all of the address titties bases type of things interesting yeah because i've certainly dealt with the workspaces for azure activity logging but they're playing with the names reorganize this stuff constantly i'm still trying to figure out where it is now yeah it's it's now i think the way that azure activity log analytics is is the things azure analytics is the news space name for everything but it basically is the successor to the old azur operations bennett sweet type things but you can log as many customs things and you can basically do all of the same types of custom outlets on it as the the azer event log spaces on the application side i love anytime we talk about something azure is old old.
"eighteen month" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Sprint one today of course eighteen month leases for well qualified customers early termination results remain balanced tax credit applied within two bills iphone ten sixty four gigabyte twenty dollars a month after twenty one sixty seven month credit subject to credit and thirty dollars conviction restrictions apply wild wings wings beer sports please drink responsibly watch never stops on detroit's number one.
"eighteen month" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Sprint one today of course eighteen month leases for well qualified customers early termination results remain balanced tax credit applied within two bills iphone ten sixty four gigabyte twenty dollars a month after twenty one sixty seven month credit subject to credit and thirty dollars conviction restrictions apply wild wings wings beer sports please drink responsibly watch never stops on detroit's number one.
"eighteen month" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio
"That eighteen month window of time when the market when the prices are driven down dramatically and it's called the short sell shortselling the market what we're doing in a short sale it's pretty simple yet sometimes people have a hard time comprehending what's happening here but let's just get the scenario the first one that i talked about you know you're looking at an asset and you know that the prices over inflated and you know that it's just basically gravity this holding the price there so to speak speculation is holding it there but the bottom is gonna fall out of it here within the next couple of days so you don't own the asset but it would be cool if you could sell it at this price because it's over inflated well your brokerage will actually let you borrow as many number as many shares as you'd like to borrow and go ahead and sell it and so you could sell it and put the money in your account and you just borrowed the asset right now in fact the price does go down your agreement with that brokerage is that you can borrow the shares but you've got to return the shares to them and sometime in the future and and it's not a determined date either by x date i'm going to return the shares you're just agreeing that at some point in the future you are going to return the shares there's no deadline to it and so but like he'd ball your neighbor's garden hose and you use it and then you return it and then your neighbors fight with it will your brokerage will do the same thing with you and it could be shares of stock you could be options contracts could be futures contracts it could be currency pairs that you're borrowing and selling it this inflated price but you just need to wait for the price to go down as so that you could buy it for less than what you sold it for return the product back to the brokerage now it's a by order in reverse it's a buy order so you know you just what you've just done is is that you.
"eighteen month" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"Get over here who's mad she comforted santa's i think matt is her she has her eighteen month old daughter there matt is the baby's father nothing to do with that yeah i gotta deal with this crap every day i can't i want nothing i want no part of this is matt doing a reagan with the helicopter way back in the eighties with the what the waves i can't hear the waves so yeah if you're going to drop or two why do you let her know you're going to drop her why give her the heads up as my other question to you know so right so that moment he had said okay ma'am i'm placing you under arrest yes to remain silent right anything you say can and we'll be against you in court of law i'm into the handcuffs and then at that point if she starts running and everything well now she's resisting arrest and at that point when you're resisting arrest your resisting arrest and all bets are off the cost and i'll say this and i've said this before and i've been consistent on this when the state takes you into custody they they don't do it with hugs and kisses and candy grams they do it with force and sometimes it's blunt force that's how it works and if you don't like it that's for a different matter when the state and i say government takes you into their custody it's not done by going.
"eighteen month" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Well with reuben foster it's always dan a very difficult situation i think it would be hard for any of us to relate to given his background given the fact that when he was in an eighteen month old baby he was shot by his father is is biological father shot his mom and it hit reuben foster and he grew up knowing this he he grew up with knowledge that his father had actually even escaped from prison for that crime and and he wasn't reactor handed until ruben was playing linebacker at alabama so any given the background here given the the trickiness of of this situation and obviously given some of the off the field problems that's author has already gotten into before it it's just such a hard situation to grasp but based on my experiences with reuben foster i say this you know from the bottom of my heart i feel feel that this is a good guy that that that you're dealing i feel that this is a good person who's trying to get things right who you know has you know it just a genuine sense of care that exudes from him he cares for his teammates and and he's trying to do the best thing possible and i think that he was caught up in something that got out of his control in this particular case and obviously there have been other red flags off the field but i think that the forty niners believe in foster i feel that they believe that he genuinely is a good person that will be able to stay out of trouble and that's why they stuck their next out for him in this case we're trying to dave bardia of the athletic covering the forty niners on the houma guess line as we talk a little niners here let's spin this back to the football field you know we know that the nfl suspension is likely looming fourgame six games eight games who knows what it's going to be but there's gonna be some suspension i think just from the league for for the litany of issues that reuben has gotten himself into i really believe that's the case one.
"eighteen month" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"I thought there was a time period of whatever number of weeks or months or whatever where they sweep basically recommended side okay he's okay but you know what i'm talking right this is not to be called current channel for business i mean yeah current branch forbid like i can't wrap my head around all of this stuff so i live on just ignore it i have a base this memory is this so the guy sends me that and i said you know i bet that's just a mistake i bet it's supposed to say eighteen o three blah blah blah and then i talked to one person who said no it shouldn't and then somebody else then then donnas sarkar the head of the wonders windows inside a program said we used to describe that the sac which semi annual channel which means eighteen oh three upon its release is in the target phase but now we're changing this and we're just saying people should be like figuring this out and piloting it on their own time and everything so what that means to me is some it pros are going out and saying okay it's should i be deploying it or not i can't tell from that art it used they used to tell me there was a targeted released now they're not saying that because they're doing away with targeted thing so i think that adds a whole extra kind of like should i be doing this generation but i feel like with every windows ten version they change the name or the rules for how the business upgrades work in an i a part of it i'm sure as responding to their customers who are probably freaking out at the the rapid pace at which versions are expiring and we're not going to hear about this a bill but i fully expect by the time night comes around that this will be rejigged yet again because this eighteen month thing is at the schedule now we're on for version inspiration it is.
"eighteen month" Discussed on Super Station 101
"On through it right many of us have losing a apparent um makes you think about how short life is it makes you think about how life marches on it makes you take a look at your self and your life and makes you realise in essence in the sense that you're next but it's a beautiful thing life a time to live in a time to die but thank you i to everybody who sent well wishes it all means a lot and speaking of how precious life is i wanna i wanna give a big shout out this no chill friday to gerber oh my god to the gerber baby food company oh my gosh i am just blown away by this gerber picked eighteen month old lucas warren to be a gerber's spokes baby of the year uh now on its face that may not seem like a big deal and you may be wondering why in god's name is joe walsh uh talking about gerber and the gerber baby spokesperson of the year well gerber announced a couple of days ago that lucas warren eighteen month old boy new gerber baby spokesman of the year will lucas warn eighteenmonthold lucas warren has downs syndrome is the downs syndrome baby boy and in fact eighteen month old beautiful beautiful beautiful eighteen monthold lucas warren is the first spoke spe be with down's syndrome the company has ever had in their ninety one year history and what gerber did by picking eighteen old lucas warren out of a hundred and forty thousand photo submissions from around the country what gerber just did is tell the country in the world uh vet lucas warren is just like you and me lucas worn is just like any other baby.
"eighteen month" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"The economy the party's top leadership structure decided that zumai must leave office affected in seat a deadline for his exit in johannesburg emma columbus at bloomberg daybreak europe global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries i'm alkas kalsan this is bloomberg guy thank you very much indeed sports on his chances he won't football salvi grassy it will take training for the first time today the former mallaig amounted you've has been appointed as marcos silva's successor on an eighteen month contract silva was sacked following a road of warm waiting eleven primarily games for the blame that for one everton's failed approach for the portuguese coach tottenham boss marizzio put your tino says he won't get drawn into stories linking both him and hurry came with rail madrid the england striker scored in spurs won't all primarily drawer as southampton it's been reported that ray allah willing to break the world transfer record to sign the england striker tonight bottom club swansea host liverpool can move back into third with a hefty win and oldest saracens face a trick to lens during the last day of rugby union's european champions cup scholars for wall the topping that polls a home game against french club lara shall spills to twenty six seven bone like saleh recent results elsewhere didn't go well for them so they're out let's get the us ports would advocate a pete fox pete tom brady heading back to the super bowl party eight time trying to lead the patriots to their sixth super bowl victory against the team they face as back in super bowl thirty nine of philadelphia eagles who are in search of their first lamberte trophy nick falls led the way for philadelphia in a thought rodling of the vikings thirty eight to seven holes threw for three hundred plus and three touchdowns rangers and mix were both in la burst the lakers took care of the next by 20 then for the nightcap the king's come from behind to edge the rangers 42 tennis from the australian open in melbourne the 2 seed roger federer moves on fox touchable ember nbc world sports update thank you very much indeed.
"eighteen month" Discussed on WJR 760
"I'll take those who this room me first thomas yonkers new york the great wabc so thomas what is the great trump plane behind all this guy under speculating crop may found a way around both republican and democratic establishment republicans want all i might add says let's their slowdown on your premise so he throws in was schumer and pelosi and somehow he found a way around the establishment could this be good go ahead okay the republicans wanted an eighteen month two of the debt ceiling trump carter deal with schumer on pelosi for a free market extension now he might you stop and in that extension they were willing to start funding the wall weren't they right we've advocate without expansion he may you there's a weber to get funding for the war in iraq but they republicans were preparing to put funding in for the wall because trump had drawn the line and said if we don't have funding for the wall i'm going to shut down the government or go to probe why why are you ignoring what i'm saying no i'm not ignore i didn't realize shook the republicans want funding for the government in there when they were going to put funding into it because trump said he was going to close down the government if he didn't yet it okay uh if in fact ryan says we've already done that were waiting for the senate thank you for your call let's i can't had that air for five seconds that's go joe staten island new york the great wabc go hey mark i'd go a agriculture are i got a farm it i know you are your hired armed baby a girl good how are you doing with your a communist mayor y'all my god why quite they're not agree that every time you're right be careful all right let me just say i feel i speak for your go right ahead i agree with everything they are guard when i called you use greencore what i don't have anybody who not corporate gone web and uh batum had been out a global reroute i know i know they're they're more national were ben and conservative port on august guide to bring could doubt now with sunny breaks remote or what the nominated avenue added what he did on on tv and argued that would let one moon well bannon and gorka both who who are friends had been all over tv so why haven't they said what would.