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But the guest is the man behind all of that with a very, very important book called The Narrow Passage, Plato, Foucault, and the Possibility of Political Philosophy, by Glenn Elmers. Glenn, thank you for taking time. Welcome to the program. Thank you, Charlie. Great to be here. You're one of my favorite students. Well, thank you. I actually do the reading. And I have a lot to catch up for because I didn't go to college. Tell us about your book, Glenn. Excited to talk about this. Sure. The elevator pitch is I'm trying to understand some of the philosophical background behind what we could call the woke regime crisis. So the country's in bad shape. We're under a lot of stress. There's tremendous tension. We seem to be under the rule of a kind of strange deranged ideology. So I'm trying to make sense of both the left and the right, some contradictions and internal incoherence on the left. Why? Why does woke ideology seem so strange and bizarre and angry? And so I'm trying to think through some of the ideas, the deeper issues that brought us to where we are. So let's start with the first, Plato. You know, an elementary understanding of Plato, you know, you'd contrast with Aristotle kind of more into abstractions, more into the ideals. The famous, I think, was Raphael's School of Athens pointing to the sky, kind of talking about that in the clouds, Aristotle focusing more on what we can materially see or empirically see. So Plato, obviously being prolific, not something that I consider myself an expert in, nor any of our audience. How would Plato connect with the modern woke? What did he, the first ever philosopher, start the modern project of woke liberalism? He did sort of, and I don't want to make this sound too simplistic, and it would be too simplistic to say all this can be traced directly to Plato's feet, but in a way he is the original source both of our problems and I would say our solutions. Okay, what do I mean by that? The problem is in a way Plato, following his great teacher Socrates, introduced the idea of bringing reason into political life. And in a way that's perfectly sensible, right? We don't want to be governed by superstition and mindless barbaric traditions. We want to be able to make intelligent distinctions. We don't want to live according to deranged, disgusting, primitive religious idolatries, right? And so we want to think reasonably and rationally about how we should conduct ourselves and organize our politics. And Plato is in a way the first to do that, to think about bringing reason and rational thought into politics. But in a way that's also the source of our problems because in a way that's now become deranged, especially in the course of modern philosophy, introducing the idea that experts should rule us without our consent. That you can have people who are so wise, so smart, so well trained, that they can become philosopher kings and we no longer need the consent of government. We can get rid of limits on the government and the wise expert class will simply rule us for our own good. That's obviously a real problem. So Plato in a way is the source of the problems, but in a way I would also say points us to the solution, which is to get back to taking political philosophy seriously. So let's focus on the philosopher king aspect of this. There has been this repeated incantation in the media. Trust the experts, trust the experts, trust the experts. I can't help but think that this is in some ways an extension of the administrative state and I do want to get into that because I think that is what happens when you have this group of people that almost could be say they have the secret gnosis, the secret mind, the secret society, that they know better than us. So can you help build this out? There's a fair amount of pride or hubris, but also Plato said this is how politics should be formed, that you have people that know better because they've been trained and because they went to the right schools. And in some ways, Glenn, the problem with the American project as it is today, we're living under the tyranny of living in the clouds who call themselves philosopher kings. Right. Now it's important to remember when Plato wrote this famous book, The Republic, where he talks about the philosopher kings, he makes it so extreme, so radical, so outrageous and unreasonable that a lot of intelligent scholars say he was being ironic. He was trying to show you just how crazy it would be to live under this regime of philosopher kings in order to point to the limits of politics, precisely to show you the limits of trying to make all political life rational. And in a way then to show we have to be more moderate in our expectations from politics. We have to be sensible about what we can actually achieve in political life. And so it's a lesson in moderation if you understand the philosopher king as sort of an ironic, outrageous idea, which points to something then more sensible. But in modern philosophy, the idea of the philosopher king is taken seriously. And why that happens is an interesting story. It partly has to do with this idea of the end of history. You know, Charlie, Fukuyama and this German thinker Hegel. And the idea is history is unfolding in a process, right? There's an element of that that leads to Marx. And we now are much wiser than the people in the past. We figured things out. We have all the answers. And since we have all the answers and we figured everything out, let's just go ahead and implement all the all the solutions. And that's the presumption of the left, which is we figured everything out. We're so smart and wise and we don't need any limits. We don't need your consent. We're just going to go ahead and do what we think is best. Yeah. As Wilson said, we don't want to muddy up the business of government with politics, a .k .a. we don't want elections to get in the way because we figured it out. Hilariously, Glenn, as a side note, this has been a theme we've talked about is that we're told by our leaders they figured it all out. Yet we can't fight fires anymore. We can't manage our border. We can't do the very basic stuff. I think this would be a time for mass humility, not massive narcissistic pride. Right. No, that's an excellent point. The crisis of expertise is that the bigger their ambitions, the bigger their goals, the less competent they are in doing it. The ordinary things that were actually done. Like making your bed. Yeah, exactly. You know, people complain about the corrupt city machines of the 19th century, you know, Mayor Curly and the big city. But, you know, they built bridges and libraries and roads and things worked and they actually got a lot done during this so -called era of corruption. Oh, I mean, I'm a child of the Chicago suburbs. I've always said that I would rather have the corrupt politician than the ideological one. And our audience attacks me for saying that. I would rather have Mayor Daley who sells out for a buck with the unions. But there was low crime. The trains ran on time. It was a beautiful city. And yeah, he was obviously on the dole. He was obviously cutting deals, but he didn't have some sort of abstract revolution that he was trying to bring forth to Chicago. He just wanted to get paid. That's the idea, right? So this petty corruption in a way, you know, is the idea that if you can make politics perfect and get rid of all the corruption, you make matters worse. This utopian idea that we can achieve perfection, we can achieve heaven here on earth, it doesn't solve the problem of corruption because people are still self -interested. What it does, though, is introduce these vast unrealistic schemes that leave ordinary day -to -day function behind. And so we can't, our bridges and our roads and our schools don't work anymore while we're trying to achieve, you know, diversity and economic justice and all these ridiculous things. And basic infrastructure falls by the wayside. Yeah, I mean, our military, unfortunately, is falling apart. And basic infrastructure, basic things like getting your kids to read, having your young people not kill themselves at record rates, like really kind of basic indicators that your society is healthy. Almost every single one of those is going in the wrong direction. And yet the lecturing we receive is about viva la revolution. We will bring forth diversity and equity. There's this amazing clip, which is Hegel. It's Al Sharpton and Kamala Harris. And I don't know if you saw this, it was MSNBC. You have to have a trained ear to catch it. And Obama said something similar where they talk about this arc of justice, right? How history folds itself out. And meanwhile, you know, the observer that is walking around the cities, these people govern is like the people are defecating, they're doing drugs. The kids aren't in school, but they're like, hey, no, but the revolution is what matters. There's a lot there that I want to unpack. The book, I want you guys to read it, The Narrow Passage, Plato, Foucault, and the Possibility of Political Philosophy. And oh boy, we are going to get to Michel Foucault because that, he was a trickster. I'll tell you what.
"elmer" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting
"It didn't really teach me anything a little bit, but it didn't teach me as much as I expected to learn in the program for what I had invested into it, time, money and otherwise. And as I reflected on this experience, because it just rubbed me the wrong way for a while and I was upset and I was like, and here it is now, I'm not even in this program anymore. I don't even have access to the content to go back to if I wanted to. You'd have to renew and re -up and all this stuff. And I was like, what is the lesson here, Courtney? Why? Why did this experience happen for you? And for me, it was an experience to learn how to better trust myself and to learn how to better trust that, you know what, I love having mentors. I love having coaches who can teach me something that I don't know. And at the same time, I also know a lot and I can trust that and I can make decisions in my business without needing permission from someone else to do this or that or the other thing. And so that season in my journey, that was the lesson from that. But it cost me twenty three thousand dollars to learn. And did you almost re -up just to watch a replay of something? No, because I was so upset. I was like, I'm not spending twenty three thousand more dollars. I have like a quick rapid fire round for you. It's just three little questions. And first is what length of episodes should we be targeting as podcasters? This goes back to your ideal listener. When are they listening? Are they listening at the gym? They're doing an hour long workout. Are they listening on their commute and they've got 20 minutes? Are they a busy parent who's on a walk with the dog or the kid? You're right. They got 10, 15 minutes geared towards your ideal listener. I love it. Good answer. How many episodes per week should we focus on?
"elmer" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting
"We've got to look at first what is this specific problem that people are having that's causing them to listen to this episode. So what would you say? Learn how to title your episodes to get the most listener base, something like that. Would that be a good problem with benefit? That could work. My brain immediately jumps to the problem one. So if we were to title this episode positively, it would be how to get more listeners. Right. It's very simple, straightforward. If it were more of the negative focus, it could be three surprising mistakes you're making that are costing you listeners or that are causing listeners to scroll past your podcast. So the way my brain works, I use positive, negative, and then I kind of do a hybrid where it could be something in the middle, like how to get listeners to click your show and stop scrolling past something to that effect, obviously polish it up a little bit. One that's in my editor grabbed the best one that you said so we can get people to download this episode. Yes. Go listen. Good value to get people to stop scrolling past your show like, oh, tell me how to do that. Because it solves a real problem for people. Speaking of solving a problem in your podcast and in your business, what problem do you solve for your listener or for your client? I'm curious for a couple of reasons. A, because I think maybe the listener could work with you, but B, because I'm hoping that we'll find that you're doing a pretty good job at almost serving the right person and solving the same, a very similar concern for that same person so that it's connected because I think that's a good way to do a podcast. So for both reasons, what problem do you solve in your business? What problem do you solve on your podcast? Yes. So I'll start with the podcast first because that's actually the top of our funnel. And for me, my podcast is a tool for connection and also thought leadership expansion.
"elmer" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting
"Right. Yes. All right. Keep going. Yes. So most hosts who quit in the latest statistic is they quit after episode six. That breaks my heart because most of them quit and conclude that well, people didn't like the sound of their voice or maybe their message wasn't as valuable as they thought it was. Or maybe they're not enough of an expert yet. They make it mean something about them that it doesn't actually mean is nine times out of 10. I'm willing to bet their content was just fine. The topic they're talking about, a very real topic that people probably have an interest in, not something super obscure. But what they probably didn't do was communicate to their listener why they should care about that topic. Because, again, if we're looking at our own user habits and let's just use Instagram as an example. How many of us scroll Instagram late at night? We're just double tapping stuff. Oh, that's funny. Double tap. Right. Scroll past that interest me. Scroll past that. Double tap. And we're moving through content pretty quickly. We're consuming it quickly. But have you ever stopped to think about what actually makes you engage with a piece of content? Was it the image? Was it the title that you saw? Was it the first little snippet of the caption that you read? Was it social proof because 100 ,000 other people liked this particular video? And so we can apply that to our podcast and say, OK, if these are the five content gatekeepers and someone essentially has to enter through all of these gates, but where they can get to my content, how can I at each point in the journey communicate to my listener why they should care about what I have to say? We first have to sell our listener on what this is going to provide for them, what kind of value this is going to provide before they will engage with our content and click play. Where do we put that? Like in these gatekeepers cover our name, description, title and show notes.
"elmer" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting
"Something that I am curious about, in your opinion, is wondering if the listener ought to be considering getting their photograph on their artwork or like not on their artwork, because some people say, I want this to be about the listener, not me. And so why would I put my face on? You and I both have ours on our artwork. So I want to understand, like, what should a new podcast would be considering whether or not they'll have their artwork with their actual headshot on there? This is a great question. I think for most podcasters, it's going to depend on the type of podcasts that you're creating. And I don't mean is it a guest show? Is it a solo show? Is it a hybrid? What I mean is what purpose is your podcast serving for you? Is it thought leadership? Is it audience building? Is it content creation? Is it to raise awareness? Is it to create community? Is it to generate revenue? Maybe it ticks a couple of those boxes, but what's the greater purpose? And then answer that question in light of what greater purpose your podcast serves. For me and maybe for you, Adam, I don't know if this is true for you, but for me, my podcast is a tool for connection and my intention behind it is to build trust with my community. Yes, that in turn can help me generate revenue. Yes, that can help me be seen as a thought leader. But my deeper purpose really is twofold. The external one is connection. The internal one is to be able to use my voice to create a greater impact. So I have my picture on there because I want my listeners to feel connected to me. But for someone else who's podcasting, maybe that's not the goal and maybe the goal is to build awareness around a certain topic and maybe it doesn't make sense to have your photo on there because it's not really about you. It's about the awareness that you're building around this topic. Does that make sense? Almost. And I'm going to have a follow up question that might make it a little bit more clear. I'm trying to read behind between the lines and correct me if I'm wrong. If there is going to be an expectation or a desire to have the listener connect with you, to know, like trust you, to hire you, to work with you, then the picture is more important. And if the main purpose is just the information, getting it out there with no expectation working of one on one with the listener, then it's less important. Or am I mixing that up? I would agree with that. OK, I would agree with that assessment. Yeah, cool. Well, let's get into the psychology. But first, a quick word from our sponsor and we'll be right back. Hey, my friend, as you know, this episode is sponsored by my company, GrowYourShow .com. We want you to be able to have the best tools at your disposal without costing you a whole arm and a leg. So right now you can get a free list of vetted equipment that like mics, mixers, webcams, sound treatment, editing software, everything that you need. I created the whole PDF with direct purchase links just to save you time and money to help it be more convenient for you. So this free PDF will help you skip all the guesswork. If it's on there, it's vetted and approved by yours truly. And if it's not on there, it's probably not worth the money. So go ahead and get yours at GrowYourShow .com forward slash PDF. Let's get back into the show.
"elmer" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting
"Right. And what that does is that it attunes your brain to your listener and it changes the way your voice sounds. Might sound crazy, but there's a whole thing there with the psychology of the voice. And this is a big one because a lot of people tell me, I don't like the sound of my voice. I don't like listening to myself. Right. And I get it. I don't sit there and listen to my own podcast episodes either, but it will help you connect with your listener. This is an audio medium. They're not necessarily watching the live stream of this on YouTube. Right. Or the repurposed content that you posted somewhere. They're listening. So they've got to be able to connect with you. So by basing your avatar on a real person, you're already connected with that person. So it gives you a leg up. It's an invisible element. No one's ever going to know this. This is not something that anyone's going to see. Right. Like they would see your cover art and not going to see this, but they'll hear it when you can really focus your topics to that person. It does help because it makes it more tangible because you're sitting in a room recording by yourself. You're not really talking to anyone. You're recording by yourself. And like, am I just talking to the walls here? But it can help ground you and actually deliver your topic in a way that you would coach your client on exactly the same way. And that'll make a difference for you. So should we be thinking of an audience when we are recording a hundred people or a thousand people or however many people listen to our show? But you say it's thirty five hundred per episode. Should we be thinking of the thirty five hundred people and us standing on a stage delivering to them or should we think of whoever that avatar is and just having like a one on one conversation with a person? What do you think? I'll tell you what I do. I just speak to one person that's going to come out in your voice as well.
"elmer" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting
"What I am advocating is playing into the way that our brains are already one. Your listener is looking through podcasts likely to solve a problem. They're not listening to a marketing podcast to learn how to market better because they are already great at marketing. I agree. That's a funny way to say it. OK, let me ask a couple of questions and I want to get more into the psychology as well. I want to talk about the avatar for a second, because as we started and we talked about the things that you would have done differently, the things that you did wrong, you didn't really think about the avatar or the psychographic data on the avatar. What they're worried about is one of the things what kept them up at night. What are their deepest fears so that you can understand that person? My first question about the avatar is how many avatars should one show host have? How many perfect listener profiles should one podcast host have? That's a great question. I will say this was also a mistake in the beginning that I made or rather didn't do. I didn't create a psychographic profile. My podcast, when I started it, quite honestly, it was more self -serving than anything. I wanted a deeper connection. I wanted my thoughts to be heard. I wanted to make a difference with my voice. It was very self -serving and I wouldn't say, oh, I did this in this ego way. But at the same time, that was the driver. But as I've learned and unfortunately have shifted my beliefs there, is that now it's not about you at all. You might be hosting it, but it is not about you. It is about your listener. So the easiest way to answer that question is it depends. And I know that's an answer we don't like to hear as business owners or as podcasters. But I think part of it, you're going to look at what is the topic. I have a client right now who has two avatars. He is a personal trainer for high school athletes whose parents have to pay for the training. So he is in a unique situation where he actually has to do an in -depth profile and analysis on both of those avatars, both the parent and the student, because he's got to sell the student on the training and he's got to sell the parent on paying for it. That's rare. That's not typical. In most cases, an in -depth look at a single avatar will serve you very well, because for most of us, we're positioning a podcast as business owners, at least at the top of the funnel. So we want to cast a bit of a wide net. That said, this is a different niching process than age, background, demographic. Where in the world do you live? This is about niching through psychology and getting to understand how your listener thinks, what motivates them to action, what gets them to click play or to click through and download that resource that you're telling them or to book a call with you or whatever your call to action is. So we have to have an intimate understanding of that, particularly if you're a business owner. It will mirror your ideal client, because if you're using your podcast as a marketing tool, we obviously want to make sure we're attracting the right people who could become those potential clients for you. I like that. So many questions that I think would be fun to dive in with you. But staying on the avatar, this to me has always been a real person. It's been someone that I had worked with. And when I work with clients that are starting a podcast, I generally ask them to think of somebody that they worked with. I'm curious if you think of it the same way or if you create an avatar that's like an imagination, that's like, ooh, if they lived here, if they did this, if they worried about this. For me, it's just my favorite client that I've ever worked with. I'm just going to make them my avatar.
"elmer" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting
"And I'll give you an example. We had someone that we worked with who came to us and they were struggling to grow their podcast. And like, look, I've been doing this thing for two years. I know that this is the medium that I want to be on. I enjoy it. I like podcasting. I want to be getting more out of it. I'm tired of just looking at these numbers and seeing 30 downloads, 50 downloads. And the name of the show was Move Forward Anyway. Now, when you got an understanding of who this host was and the work that they do in the world, what this person does is they help professionals take the leap of faith to go after a big dream, whether that's leaving the corporate world and starting a business, maybe writing a book or some other venture. So when you got that, then it's like, OK, the name makes sense. Move Forward Anyway is about moving through your fear and taking this leap and creating an action plan and going after that dream. But to the average person who's scrolling that, they don't know who the host is. They don't know what that show is about. They don't know what the host stands for. So why should they care? So he was losing listeners because the name wasn't grabbing them. So we got into his listener psychology and we're like, all right, look, what is the biggest fear that your listener is dealing with? And for his particular listener, the biggest thing blocking them from going after that dream was right here, six inches between their ears. It was self -doubt. So he renamed his podcast to Stop Doubting Your Dream. And that's a name that better addresses the pain point that his listeners experiencing. Because if someone's scrolling through self -improvement and they're looking through that category and they have a dream that they haven't been able to take action and they see that it's likely going to give them pause and maybe create enough intrigue to get them to click. And that's the first step.
"elmer" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting
"Your name, of course, needs to be clear. Please don't be clever. Don't be cute. Don't try to make it something that's just a fun play on words. Your name should solve a problem for your listener that your podcast addresses whenever possible. Most hosts never achieve the results they hoped for. They're falling short on listenership and monetization, meaning their message isn't being heard and their show ends up costing them money. This podcast was created to help you grow your listenership and make money while you're at it. Get ready to take notes. Here's your host, Adam Adams. What's up, podcaster? It's your host, Adam Adams. Today, I'm joined with Courtney Elmer, and we're going to get into some psychology stuff. She's a cancer survivor. She's a business owner. She's a podcast host. And something that she can focus on and she has focused on and she's good at is figuring out how to get you to push play. How do we get you to push play or how do we get your listener to push play? So it's the psychology prior even to having that person push that button to say, yeah, let's join this podcast. Let's hear what this person has to say compared to let's hear what this other one has to say. So a lot of that has to do with psychology. And so we're going to get into that. First and foremost, Courtney, will you tell us a little bit about I know your podcast has been up for several years now. You've been going strong. It looks like every single week without ever skipping a beat or skipping a week. What have you learned just before we get into the psychology? What did you do wrong in that long journey of years of having a podcast? What didn't I do wrong? So much of it is learning as you go. And truly, that is the beautiful thing about podcasting is one of my favorite things is that it's such a flexible medium that allows you to evolve with it, with the industry, with your business.
"elmer" Discussed on Rádio LGBT MIX
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"elmer" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk
"This morning, Kim. I hate to like her. Okay, I have a lot of, I have a lot of different feelings about this. Okay, I would like to hear your feelings because I have some feelings too. So I'd like to hear yours. So he decides that he's going to tell her the secret that Zara was his real girlfriend. Was she? Okay, but he never met her. It was a girl that he talked to online. Yeah. He said that he met Zara two weeks after he met Kim. Right. She's really mad. She's like, no, no, I don't want to hear this. She's mad. It's like, she wanted to be left in the dark. She's covered in so many leaf accoutrements. I like I can't stop. There's a leaf necklace pendant. She's about to go hunting in the Woods for lizards. There's so many leaves. You're a lizard lizard. It's just me. It's just us, these leaves in the forest over here. It's like how you called me in the store. It's like, what's it Elmer fudd? Nothing around. Oh, no, no. Yeah, I'm more fun. Yeah. Nothing here, but let's rabbits. But lizards. Well, and then she says, you're making me look like a fool, yo. Okay, why does she start talking like this? I don't know. She said that she's really mad because even though they weren't in a relationship or together, she was loyal to him. Okay. And she's mad because she wouldn't have spoken to him and she knew he had a girlfriend. Like, because she's been cheating on me. Okay, that's not true. This is not a true story. But he never told you to be loyal to him. You volunteered your loyalty. Yes, agreed. So I can't blame him for that. I'm going to blame you for that because you he gave you nothing. You saw crumbs. And you made it into a cake. Yeah, you're absolutely right, though. So I mean, listen, was he trying to mislead her? 100%. But come on, Kim. Kim, you guys never even had a conversation that you were together romantically. No. So she's saying that she bought his EP before she knew about Zara. Okay, so he said that he really loved Zara and it ended four months ago. And she's like, here I am thinking that I'm repairing his heart, probably from baby girl Lisa. Yes. And then she gets upset and then he says, why are you like this? And then I'm like, oh, now I hate him. Oh, I don't hate him. I did not. I think usman is definitely a snake, but in this situation I sided with him. Okay, I understand and I'm not siding with him, but I am seeing a lot of manipulation on his end. He's telling her something that he knows she's going to get so upset about..
"elmer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"President Biden says the situation around Ukraine is rapidly escalating Speaking at The White House Biden again said he believes Russia will invade Ukraine in coming days Florida senator Marco Rubio claims Russia is responsible for an explosion of a gas line in the self proclaimed Luhansk people's republic He believes this is a false flag operation President Biden warned about to make it look like Ukraine attacked an area filled with Russian backed separatists The White House is being pressed about the sentence in the Kim Potter case press secretary Jen Psaki however said The White House is committed to meaningful police reform We are committed to not only engaging conversations about meaningful policing reform but we will also continue to ensure that the law enforcement agencies have the resources they need to properly train and equip officers to protect our communities but I'm not going to speak to the specifics of the sentencing The former Brooklyn center Minnesota cop was sentenced to 16 months in prison and 8 months of supervised release for killing Dante Wright last year The oath keepers founder will be staying in jail until trial The leader of the right-wing organization Elmer Stewart roads the third is charged along with ten others for their alleged involvement in helping organize quick reaction forces outside Washington D.C. on January 6th The judge presiding over Rhodes hearing says his alleged conduct can not be understated when ruling he remained detained Republicans are pressing House speaker Nancy Pelosi to end the capital's mask mandate Lisa Taylor reports Arizona's Andy Biggs in Pennsylvania Scott Perry wrote Pelosi a letter and called the mandate draconian They also urged the speaker to reopen the capital to visitors saying it belongs to the American people Biggs and Perry cited a number of democratic led states that have lifted mask mandates in recent weeks It will still be a four team format for the college football playoff That's the decision the managers of the CFP made Friday noting it will be the format for at least the next four seasons I'm Brian schuch As cryptocurrencies increase in popularity the FBI is forming a new unit to deal with those special challenges Rory O'Neill reports concerned that his cryptocurrencies grow so do the chances for a crypto crimes the FBI is putting together a new team to investigate the cases Prosecutor on Jung Choi will serve as the first director of the national cryptocurrency enforcement team She says as the tech surrounding digital currencies grows the department must accelerate efforts to stop crooks.
"elmer" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Elmer's Elmhurst Health have announced they will require their workers to get covid 19 vaccines. Media is one of the largest hospital systems in Illinois. It will require vaccines forts workers by November. 12th. Edward Elmhurst, which has hospitals in Elmhurst in Naperville, will require vaccines by October 25th for 8500 employees. With a surge in Covid 19 cases in less than a week to go before Chicago Public School students head back to class. There's still not a solid safety agreement between the mayor and the Chicago Teachers union. Both sides say they are close to a deal, but the union is asking for clarity from their Lightfoot. The district's interim CEO, Jose Torres says there is no plan yet because the state is requiring them to be in person. I've already made a commitment to the city. You that if the numbers are high enough and CD pH approaches us and says we should go remote. I wouldn't be the first to go to the governor and the state superintendent with a request to change that. CPS says it's already following and in some cases exceeding state and federal health guidelines. The district is requiring vaccinations for all employees unless they qualify for a medical or religious exemption. More than 50, Illinois school districts are defying the state's mask mandate for schools, a noncompliant district could lose access to state funding and lose the ability to engage in any athletic competitions. Governor Pritzker says he won't hesitate to follow through with their punishment look at all of the other states around the country. Where schools have reopened. And now you've seen schools close right back up again, or have massive numbers of kids who need to stay at home because they've caught covid or because they've been exposed to covid. The executive order mandates masks be won by students and staff, regardless of vaccination status in all Illinois school. Also breaking just moments ago, The House has voted to advance the $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill and approved a $3.5 trillion budget blueprint that clears the way for Democrats in Congress to take action on a sweeping package that includes President Biden's key domestic policy proposals. Kevin Powell has the latest in sports Tim Anderson out of the White Sox lineup for 1/4 consecutive game, But the hope is he'll return tomorrow. The shortstop dealing with hamstring tightness, mostly a precautionary move with the playoffs A little over a month away. Dylan see starts Game two at Toronto tonight. Cubs hosting Colorado. The A. C C Big 10 impact 12 announcing that they've created an alliance to work together on football scheduling. In college sports governance, and it'll be Justin Fields, starting.
"elmer" Discussed on Double Toasted
"From the super bowl. I know i thought about that too. I'm so our heroes reach the summit of panama mountain where they are greeted magic two hours of that all steroids. And that's what you got here. You know and i'm not going to be honest with the upon myself liking slumped the that they did because some of the stuff it may sense some of it may sense like road runner roadrunner wiley coyote running with the wild boys of of mad. Max you know that's that may says that was funny. Okay all right. Elmer fudd elmer. Fudd being you know he's short. he's bald character. Does that reminder many me know even even lebron james as as robin from batman and robin i'm freaking robin nadler. Sure sure. But i will say this aisle some of those. They were fun but outside the visual. There's really not much to them. Anymore is still a slide. Show to tell you. Hey look what we got. It is when they were doing here. It was part of. I guess part of the story in that. Hey we gotta go grab these. These characters have gone on to try to meld in and other franchise and we got to get the band back together. I thought i would dislike this. And i was like you know what kind of funny especially the wiley coyote and road runner and the stuff they deal with the dc superheroes. I was like this is working. And plus it's cartoon cartoon. Yeah alright i actually like. I said i like those like as long as as long as you got this worked in i can go. It still felt. Like don sheila's algae rhythm you get out of their rhythm the if still felt like yeah released itunes to for better possibilities around the what they call it at. The servers servers released them around the suburb versus other opportunities like selling the movie. Still even about light them like man is still feels kind of cheap though but but were they fun. Visually they were they were they were. They were the only one. I just had a problem without like a well. So granny and speedy gonzales. In the matrix the fuck is going into their moldy checker tweeden abdullah. Let's do this. What's happening bro..
"elmer" Discussed on Matt D’Elia Is Confused
"And finding a niche of disagreement that you feel naturally already from which springs unnatural argument the latter is what i'm interested in the former's when i'm not interested however i can also enjoy a disagreement based argument so much and usually this is like about a a a a piece of work movie. Show a book. I don't mean like whether we prefer to use fucking elmer's glue or or crazy glue or whatever the fuck that's not the kind of detrimental talking about it's generally about were a piece of work piece of art in the world. But i like i like disagreeing so i like to that natural state of arguments so much that i really i in arguing. Try to see what the other person is is means. Right for instance like the the one heat hater when he says the things he hates about heat in in enjoying it so much in sort of reveling in it so much i in trying to understand it so much i i don't take it on a change my mind but i get so giddy about it. I'm like fuck and fuck ya you say that thing. Even though i don't agree with it feels like i'm getting close to agreeing with it. Because i'm so happy the person's set it. Now that doesn't mean. I thrive on being mad. It doesn't make me mad. I'm telling you that. I like the arguments so much and i feel so little animosity about it and i feel such affection for the person arguing with me that it almost feels like. I'm now on their side. So the heat hater will say things that are hating heat and i.
The Amusement Park Mummy
"December one thousand nine hundred seventy six crew members from the tv. Show the six million dollar man. Were shooting an episode at the pike amusement park in long beach california local and steve austin who played six million dollar man who was riding one of the rides. Spooky scary ride called laugh in the dark l. a. f. f. b. ghost and scary stuff like a haunted ride but it had laugh in the title to very misleading. Who was setting things up and making it scary. One of the employees they found a mannequin. Kneeling let me move this over here and the arm broke off. She's holding it and looking at it and he says this looks real thin and probably still. Some tendons snapped off snapped off god. And you've got to imagine things might be a little more realistic now or you know. People put a lot into haunted rides. Yeah but in. Nineteen seventy six pike's amusement park which is on its last days. You know they're gonna have mannequins in they're just gonna yeah them up or whatever but this crew member was holding a actual human arm. Oh my god from somebody who died in nineteen eleven. What the story of this essentially. Mummy goes back to nineteen eleven end. Pike's museum park wasn't its first stop. Oh my god then ended up on an episode of sex in the city guide. The corpse was elmer. Mccurdy an outlaw. Who died in a gunfight with police sixty five years before that just cigarettes hitting me with waves. And i. I'm trying to process it all is you're telling it to me and i
"elmer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Roger and Billy Carter, Elmer, Roger and fighter. Name of food. A murder in a dirty classic from Johnny Carson. Of course, Karnik, the invincible the Incredible car neck. I love it. Absolutely funny stuff from Johnny. We appreciate having him on the show today. I'm Dave Cereal. Good mornings here. It's a great morning. It's gonna be a hot one today as it was yesterday. So some hot temperatures in Maryland. So, uh, you know the normal, you know, stay inside if you can and enjoy our the air conditioning, or, of course, if you're gonna get out light duty, guys light duty. But it's really weird in May no doubt about it, and as the weatherman of talking about records will be shattered today, as far as temperatures here in Maryland, so hang in there, guys. All right now, by the way, Mike Lambert got ahold of me by text and told Washington in Pasadena. He's got another place of dis upholstery that he may like that Mike has dealt with many, many times a CS as an apple. Charlie Sam, a CS upholstery in thinks Berg. So Washington and Pasadena. I know you're still listening. Add that to the list a CS upholstery and face Berg and Mike Mike Lambert gives him a high ranking. No doubt about it. They're all right. Let's go to the phones. We have an on the Eastern shore. Good morning to you. And how are you? Good morning. How are you Listen to you every week. Okay. Your question. Mr Dave, You help me last year, and I appreciate it, okay? I had to get a transmission put in my road 2013 in which I did because it was paid for. I worked hard to pay for it before time. Now it seems like every time I take this state years old back to the dealer, they ponding I wanna ask you a question these things that they checked off yesterday the cabin felt I have 1000. 52 152,882 miles on it. Gotcha. Um they want to put a cabin filter micro filter 88 92. I didn't want to break for us. Lust. 139 95 1st of all. Let me let me say right now I can't stop you right now. And you need to get away from the dealer about these prices. They're way too high, okay?.
Washington man charged in 1987 fire he allegedly set at age 12 that killed firefighter
"34 years after flames claimed the life of an Everett firefighter. A murder charge has been filed in a guilty plea entered details from Como's Bologna after decades of investigating, detectives say 46 year old Elmer Nash Jr confessed to starting the fire before pleading guilty during an arraignment hearing. Jerry Parks was among those battling the fire it every community college in the early morning hours of February, 16th 1987 when he became trapped inside of the burning building, a team of investigators quickly determine the fire was the result of an arson. Nash was 12 years old. At the time of the fire. He told investigators he never intended to hurt
U.S. Senators Seek Sanctions Against Honduran President
"Year, thousands of people from Honduras come north to the U. S Mexico border and then into this country because of poverty and violence at home. The Bible administration says it wants to get to the root of the problem so Hondurans can build better lives there. But it turns out the root of the problem may lie inside the hunter and government. Now Democratic senators want to put sanctions on Hunter and president one Orlando or non Dez for alleged human rights abuses in corruption. Reporter James Fredrick is in Mexico City, and he's been following this story. Hey, James. Hey, how you doing? Good. What would these propose sanctions do? So this bill was introduced by Senator Jeff Merkley of organ and other you know, kind of progressive leaning Democrats, and it basically starts by saying President Juan Orlando Hernandez is under investigation by the U. S. For allegedly accepting bribes from an aging drug traffickers. So that's where it starts. And then it lays out this whole list of crimes that Hernandez and his party has been responsible for since the 2009 coup in Honduras. Corruption, embezzlement and then violence against its own population. Protesters, journalists activists, freedom of speech has been really clamped down there. Most importantly, the bill says the U. S. Has been complicity in this because we have been an ally of this government of for a long time, and it says that if we want to address these root causes Of migration from Honduras. We have to do this so these sanctions would freeze Hernandez's U. S visa freeze his assets and it would ban the U. S from exporting things like firearms, tear gas and other things to the 100 government. What's going on inside of the country that is making so many people feel like they have no choice but to leave. There's just a general sense of fear and desperation. Fear comes from street gangs that extort and murder people. It will, but it also is fear of the police and the 100 military Hondurans don't feel like they have anywhere to turn for protection. And in desperation is poverty. Hernandez is accused of embezzling lots of aid money towards Honduras. And so that's money that didn't go to poor Hondurans. On top of that they were devastated by two hurricanes last year, so Things are so bad in Honduras right now. I spoke to Elmer Gomez, who is 100 and seeking asylum in the U. S right now about the news, and I asked him to explain a bit. What if none, This is decisions mean for hundreds every day. That is, the future of the album is more so. Gomez says that Hernandez on Lee makes decisions that will personally benefit him or the people around him. He never acts for the good of the people. And Gomez reiterated. They just have nowhere to turn for help. They constantly feel like they're either being chased by criminals or the government. The other thing that Gomez mentioned is that he didn't want to migrate, and that's what I've heard from lots of people. They don't want to leave home. They just feel like they don't have any other option. And so if the U. S was to put sanctions on, Hernandez, would that happen anytime soon? It's unlikely it's going to happen soon. I think the interesting thing to watch for is that the State Department could actually just decide a lot of these things without passing this bill. I spoke to some experts They think that's unlikely as much as anything because the U. S. And Honduran governments are so intertwined right now that just slapping these sanctions on very quickly. Is going to be hard to do. So there's a lot of unwinding of this U S hunter and relationship and really a need for the U. S government to confront the relationship it has had with President Hernandez for all these
Asleep At Lab: Whistleblower Allegations From Inside CA’s Billion-Dollar COVID-19 Lab
"Blower allegations from inside california's billion dollar covert lab. These are the labs where your test swabs or sent to be analyzed to see whether or not the subject has been infected with the corona virus. Let's play the report. This was a big investment opposed to revolutionize. Kobe testing in california. The state's new twenty five million dollar lab one point seven billion dollar contract with perkin elmer but after my family received repeated inconclusive test results from the lab. We started asking questions. Dr jean and covered a surprisingly high number of inconclusive test results out we weren't low. We did identify higher. Number than expected of tasks came back inconclusive. First health secretary galley blamed problems with chemical reaction. Then public health said they're highly sensitive test and tax lower levels of virus which they report as inconclusive. Whatever the reason the rate of inconclusive tests from the new state lab is seven and a half times higher than other covert labs in the state data reveals. One of every two hundred fifty. Six tests from other labs comes back inconclusive. Compared to one out of every thirty four tests from the state more than fifty thousand tests from state lab since november alone did not reveal at. The person actually got not should be shut down because they're jeopardizing people's life this whistleblower will call. Dadi is one of several. We spoke with who want the public to know. What's happening inside your state lab from unlicensed loud tax watching videos and literally sleeping while processing nasal swabs for testing. You have to watch it to emails reporting sample. Swabs were found in the restrooms. More than once. Why would someone take a human specimen swab out of the lab and into the back. I supervised but whistleblower say the sleeping and swabs are really just symptoms of systemic problems. For instance. they say many were extracting the crucial. Rna from the samples. The part of the virus. It's tested their fresh from colleagues. While some lab techs don't have to be licensed instead of licensed supervisors. Some shifts have unlicensed texts referred to as leads overseeing the other unlicensed tax people chaining them are also jason emails reveal management as supervisors to retrain team members months into the job citing several incidents where samples were lost when they don't have enough cheney. They don't know what they're doing is wrong and emails. Indicate staffer processing patient samples before completing required training modules or getting signed-off competency on their equipment. Due in part to a lack of supervisors on some shifts should laptops tax be processing human. Kobe samples if they don't have documented. Competency is federal up though door. Gatto governmental affairs from state laboratory association. Says there could be multiple reasons for the high number of inconclusive results. Coming out of this lab that indicates to me that there's other systemic problems as for sleeping on the job. These machines don't run by themselves. Regardless of how automated day are you should be at least a week but she clarifies well. Unlicensed unsupervised lab techs sleeping on. The job is certainly not best practice. That would not necessarily be illegal jeopardized people result dot. He's one of a growing number of people now. Quitting due to ethical concerns many afraid to come forward noting public health is a state regulator and watchdog of its own lab. We sent a state additional allegations this weekend and late tonight. They sent us an updated. Response saying quote. We are troubled by these allegations. And we'll investigate them immediately and thoroughly. If these claims are substantiated they would represent a clear violation of our existing agreement with Elmer and we would take swift action up to and including termination of the
"elmer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"I'm just shaking and I can't get the lid off the 10 of caps and I finally get a cap out on. I can't get it turned right because I'm shaking so bad to put on the nipple and I finally get it turned around and put it on the nipple. And the Deer's walked about 10 yards. It's in the clear, pull the hammer back again and pop. The cap goes off and the gun does not. I haven't figured it out yet. I said, That's it. No third chance. Be on your merry way. My friend will see you next year. But it was good to see and it was a blessing in disguise. Okay, because maybe I would have put a bad hit on the deer. Maybe I wouldn't have shots felt good. But now I know that there's some. There's some potential dear on the farm, and that's my experience. From Wednesday. It was a great hunt. It was a fantastic hunt, even though there was no meeting freezer out for that one. It was. It was a good hunt. And it was a good, good dear. One of the best I've seen up there so That's it for 10. Wcbm 6 84 10 92266 80 Who? What time we get to be? Do we have any callers on the line? Sir? It's time for that second break for that second break, okay? All right. By the way. Our friend Joe. Has a friend who rubs Elmer's glue on his hands before he goes hunting. And what does that go Pick it off when he's bored. No. Enough Europe's Elmer's glue on his hands like lotion before he goes, honey, It sounds strange. He's tried to talk him out of doing it on every occasion. He won't change. He's sticking to his guns on this one. Uh huh. And I just let it just got jelly. I just got jelly on my microphone. Oh, keep listening, huh? Great going from uncomfortable? No, uh Joe has the best jokes he does. Okay, so you put it off. Yeah, that's jelly. I am your shadow. I see what you did. Okay, Everybody else understands what you did. Now. You hear these scratch marks? That's big putting up Mike Bonnett back on. So you put it off long enough. Falls the.
"elmer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The people's judge, and I Found our way out to Ron's Roost on race Road and Green Township. Did you get lost? I did. You did? No, I found it. I found a map song. I saw a photo of you and the first lady of Chick and Olga. In the house. The niece, My mom, Mary and I were there Saturday night. How is business? Perfect. They're doing by the way. They're doing a little more business now than a year ago. Yes, they are. So I talkto Olga. She's 93. Yes. You think buddy LaRosa 91. Oh, God. Ron Drew's chicken 93. Yes. Throw in Elmer Handler, Queen City Sausage 90. He's the young one and throw in. Uh, Bob Linder, ut f 100. You take UDF. Larose is Queen City sausage. Iran's Raj Roost. That is Cincinnati personified heart, I said, and she's excited now because her son Iran is making is making her work a lot. Is she gonna get that She's going to get that raise when they raised the 15 bucks? She now makes $92 a week. And I said, isn't it time to give your mom just a little race? And he said no, she has to put in a bit more time. Ron Larkin said. No. Wow, she's 93. She was there Sunday afternoon at three o'clock. Oh, God, yes. Oh, God, the best the best ever. Well, that's not a bad diet it I know what I am. I hate city sausage, You d f F. Ron's Roost and Larose is you could live forever. Bingo. I've been an Elmer Hensler is the kid among the group correct? And there's a report that OGA.
Morgan Stanley releases tech growth predictions
"Wednesday was a busy day for morgan stanley analyst. Katie huber hubert over at apple. Three dot oh philip. Elmer dewitt had two notes from the hugh land on his desk. The first predicts growth for the mac this quarter with an asterisk while the second and with a higher price target for apple shares. We'll start with the first one since she did. Computers are all rage right now in ways that surprise. Even huber d. She cites recent number from industry tracker. Id see that. Show-piece shipments ninety one point six million units last quarter that represents growth of twenty six percent year-over-year and beats her firm's own expectation by ten percent. While twenty six percent is significant it is not the phenomenal growth to which i was referring. According to her note hubert he predicts ninety percent p. c. growth for the current quarter. Though you kind of have to ball up such comparisons and toss them out for the march quarter of twenty twenty. We had just come off the holidays while they were starting to be concerned about corona virus the collective. We didn't actually stop going to the office until the middle of march even if we had all gone out and bought computers that day most of the quarter would have been spent not spending on laptops and desktops. And my saying you can ball up that ninety percent comparison and toss it out or put an asterisk beside it at the very least
Apple Leads Big-Tech Slump With Worst Drop Since October
"Here was the headline of bloomberg piece. Highlighted by philip elmer. Dewitt's apple three dot o. Leads big tech slump with worst drop since october quoting the bloomberg piece. I bled shares of the largest technology companies lower in the first trading day of the year suffering its worst decline in more than two months amid abroad market selloff couple of things actually a few things first of all apple lead is an interesting term. It's not that investors were selling apple and others started selling other stuff following. The apple lead more like any shift. Apple represents a lot of money given the company's phenomenal size to the numbers and the story were posted mid day when shares were at their lowest according to bloomberg shares of the iphone maker fell as much as four point. Five percent on monday on track for its biggest drop. Since the thirty first of october amazon microsoft alphabet and facebook shares all fell at least two point six percent compared with the two point five percent decline in the s. and p. five hundred but none of those numbers held by day's end the s and p five hundred was only down one point. Four eight percent alphabet was down one point. Three five microsoft was down two point. One three percent amazon did stay down. Two point six percent and apple recovered from its four point. Five percent drop ending down only two point four seven percent and thing number three. The real story is the broad market selloff mentioned in bloomberg's tech centric piece two pieces from cnbc. Tackle that broad market selloff. One of those starts with the line. Stocks dropped on monday the first trading day of twenty twenty one amid concerns about global corona virus cases and the georgia runoff elections. That piece gave roughly equal attention to those two issues on the co bedside. There was talk of the more stringent lockdown announced the u. k. As well as issues getting vaccines and the arms of people here in the states as for the political side. There's apparently worry on wall street and does among some investors that both democratic candidates prevail in the georgia runoff today. Corporate tax rates could go up which i guess would mean the end of days or something.
Apple plans self-driving car 'in 2024 with next-level battery technology
"And now bad poetry towards the week of christmas. Two thousand nine. The nine decided to take some time lazy and slow. The holidays would go as i wrap presence and schlep them to and fro then all of a sudden in my newsfeed there came. Talk of a mac tablet netbook thing ee ipad. It's eventual name and plans for a lazy holiday. Were shot back to my mac in the news feed. I got and now. I am having flashbacks. My friend running out of rhyme. So that is the end. I call that poem apple car. I won't say and planned to coast this week. But i had planned the coast this week. Then reuters ruined everything. Okay not really. This won't be like the ipad year still within an hour of the story. Breaking that apple plans to roll out a car by twenty twenty four. I had received four really excited emails from listeners. None of which. Saying explicitly widely. We're really excited. Writers says we should be excited about the battery. Actually hold on. Apple insider highlights reuters report. That says we shouldn't be excited about the battery. I'm working from the apple insider piece. Here's what they we know. Apple is working on a passenger car. The battery is going to be amazing. Issues related to covid nineteen may push production and the twenty twenty five and apple may change its mind about producing its own car and develop self-driving systems for other car makers instead now even there there are some nuance according to apple insider. It's still unclear. How apple would physically produce the apple car. It's likely that the company will tap a third party manufacturing partner to build out the vehicles. It honestly really sounds like who they talked to was a battery nerd. According to reuters sources according to apple insider the center of apple's or strategy is a new battery design that could radically cuts battery costs. Increase the range of the apple car. The battery will be based on a mono cell design that would allow engineers to bulk up the individual cells in the battery and free up space within a battery pack. That design would mean more active material. Which could result in a longer rate. Now as of this writing only heard of one firm responding to the latest apple car talk and the respondent wasn't even the analyst that follows apple philip elmer dewitt samples three dot o. Ran part of a note from morgan stanley analyst. Adam jonas jonas has had a morgan. Stanley's auto and space research. According to the site after a short. Recap of the story. Without poetry i might add. Jonas offered six points in reaction. One it has long been the auto and tech hardware team's collective working assumption. That apple will one day design engineer. A car to possess is the key ingredients that we believe are critical to be successful in the future. Auto industry three from tesla perspective. We have long felt that tech players like apple working with manufacturing partners such as foxconn represent far more formidable competition than established legacy. Oem's for large tech firms want access to the auto industry due to its large title addressable market size as well as the enormous amount of time spent in cars five from our apple team they see project titan term project where similar to other markets like mobile and wearables apple can disrupt through vertical immigration and six the electric vehicle arms race is still in the early stages and the battery. Technology is not mature. You're not mature morgan. Stanley has an overweight rating on apple shares. The firm's price target on the shares is one hundred forty four gross
Cops: Man arrested after dragging deputy alongside car, speeding off in metro Atlanta
"Man allegedly drags a Cherokee County deputy alongside his car, according to the sheriff's office. The deputy stopped Elmer Pence in Canton and asked him to get out of the vehicle. That's when Pence, allegedly grabbed the deputy's arm and started to drive off. The deputy pulled free. Pence fled. Authorities Discover his car and Pickens County. He's later arrested in Gordon County. He's He's jail jail
Why This Could Be a Huge Holiday Quarter for Apple
"Apple is set for a record holiday quarter that is the thinking of morgan stanley analyst. Katie hubert philip elmer dewitt's apple three dot o. Ran part of a research note of hubertus this week. According to that is entering the holiday period with its strongest portfolio products and services in years eighty percent of which have been refreshed in the last twelve months and quarter to date. We've seen a number of positive data points. We believe can lead to a record. December quarter that is under appreciated by consensus. We expect apple to beat december quarter forecast reflected in our four percent above consensus revenue and five percent above consensus. Eps estimate calling out a couple of product specifically. She's ended the continued waits for phones in the iphone twelve line. She's also seeing signs. That iphone picked up market share in china in october as domestic smartphone makers lost share turning her. Focus to the max. She has liking the positive reviews from the tech community for the recently released. M one max here again. She has also pleased by how the machines are to get waits for. The max will likely lead to double digit growth for the machine in the march. Quarter in her. Estimation huber. d has hasn't overweight raining on apple shares. Her price target on the shares is one hundred thirty six dollars
79: The Indian Wars (Part 3): Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce & Standing Bears Fight for Civil Rights
"By the mid nineteenth century. The nez peers have a well established history of living peacefully beside explorers and sellers of the united states. This goes all the way back to meriwether. Lewis and william clark's corps of discovery indeed when the core made it to the pacific northwest in eighteen. O five they had nothing but good things to say about the nez perce or the real people as they call themselves. Nez pierce is a mispronunciation of the french term for them napi. I'll say meaning pierced nose. William wrote that the nez pierce showed them quote great acts of hospitality close quote which as historian peter causes points out may may not have included the explorer. Fathering a child with anez pierce woman. But we won't dwell on the degree to which william may have enjoyed making contact with an as
Wildfire Erupts Outside Los Angeles, Forcing Evacuation of 25,000 Residents
"Firefighters have been trying to contain the blaze in Orange County Silverado Canyon that has spread to dry brush. 25,000 people were ordered to flee their homes, including Dave Coral Neck, So my house is safe so I'm up with the houses up win, so But you never know how the wind could swirl around. The fire destroyed the house of Silverado Canyon resident Larry Path, Lee Alice is a total loss. Nothing else burned, very grateful. Coral neck and pathways spoke to KNBC TV. The fire grew to 11.5 Square Miles, blanketing a large area with smoke and ash. Elmer conditions helped hundreds of firefighters who fought the flames on the ground and by air. I'm Mike
How Are Sales On The iPhone 12 lIneup Going?
"Power sales of the various models of iphone. Twelve going will never know for sure. But that won't keep the financial folks guessing. I'm sorry guesstimate philip. Elmer dewitt's apple three oh had ubs analyst. David vote telling tapping tale. Then again. he's jojo manappl- so maybe that's not surprising. Bottom line. he thinks. Iphone expectations might be a bit high for the current quarter. Thanks to ready availability of iphone. Twelve many and the standard iphone twelve and again the more expensive iphone. Twelve pro and iphone twelve pro max or both playing hard to get especially the twelve pro. Max quoting his note initial availability. Data highlights strong demand for the iphone. Twelve pro max. Version relative to the iphone twelve pro and the iphone eleven. Pro max last year shortly after. Launch pro max. Availability has exceeded three weeks. Similar to eleven pro max last year and modestly above the twelve. Pro he does point out. Though that the iphone twelve pro max did launch late so add that to the mix as for the perceived weakness on the lower end of the line vote wrote while potentially softer demand for the to skews does not indicate an earnings miss given the holiday selling season. Still to come get does suggest. Unit upside might be muted relative to investor expectations. Just a month ago and of course apple doesn't report unit numbers anymore so go crazy man go crazy. Votes on a neutral rating on apple shares. His price target on the shares is one hundred fifteen dollars spending a somewhat more positive take as j. p. morgan analyst samir chatterjee then again he's double plus good on apple so maybe that's not surprising. Another post from apple. Three dot o. Had chat chatman seeing similar trends as mr vote quoting his note. We find lead times for the twelve many and the twelve tracking lower than in prior weeks while lead times for the twelve pro and twelve pro. Max have been largely stable at roughly twenty four days while he thinks it's too early to know whether unit numbers will meet expectations. He doesn't expect changes. And i phone. Orders from apple for the supply chain thing so cool it on the mini and the twelve and ramp up production on the pro and pro max. Tragedy has an overweight rating on apple shares. His price target on the shares is one hundred fifty dollars.
Apple Introduces New Macs With the First Apple Chips
"Tuesday's one more thing event announcing three new max powered by the m one apple. Silicon didn't problems. Any target moves from wall street. Still there was reaction some of which was caught in penned by philip elmer dewitt on his apples three dot o. Blog counting company analysts chris. Sancar things apple's choice to release not one not but three am one powered. Max was bold and perhaps shows that confidence in the technologies readiness. He thinks fewer than one million of the apple. Silicon macs will sell this quarter though. He's looking for that to go up to about four million next quarter while he can't seem to say for certain he doesn't expect the move to be problematic in terms of applications. In fact he writes the opposite could be true. As the universe of ios apps will also be compatible with the new. Mac os big sur. In addition to existing eighty-six applications sank are has now performed reading on apple shares. His price target on the shares is one hundred thirty three dollars. Raymond james analysts. Chris casio things switching to in house mac. Chips will strengthen apple's ecosystem and ultimately helped to drive apple's revenue from services he's got an outperform rating on apple shares and a price target of one hundred forty dollars
Elmer Manzano, accused of killing Houston PD Sgt. Harold Preston, facing capital murder charge
"Vato. He's the one who's fading all the heat. While the D A. Who's under going to be elected, she's facing the campaign. Right now He's taken the heat. He's insisting that Houston is not a sanctuary city. At an illegal alien here for 30 years has accused now of the capital murder of Sergeant Harold Preston Azevedo says, Well, his officers check immigration status, but not all the time. You stop someone for a tail light out, and you have no other information. We don't expect you to be asking about immigration says We're not the immigration police. Yeah, but in this case, the police did arrest Elmer Manzano. He's got a lengthy criminal record and the D A's office. Let him go. Just days before the fatal shootings are a Mellman with the Federation for American Immigration Reform says Well, yeah, I dropped the ball. The mayor has to be accountable the county officials the Chiefs of Police, They have to explain to the people in Houston and elsewhere in the country why they chose to protect people who are in the country illegally over the safety of the community. And now those very same prosecutors are seeking the death penalty and by the way, the defendant also facing some federal charges is 605
Man In US Illegally Charged In Houston Police Officer’s Murder Could Face Death Penalty
"Since 1989 with a rap sheet, now charged with capital murder of a Houston police sergeant and attempted capital murder against a second officer. Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty against 51 year old Elmer Manzano, a longtime criminal who gunned down Sergeant Harold Preston an officer Courtney Waller during a domestic violence call IRA Mehlman, with the Federation for American Immigration Reform, says this is the result of sanctuary City policies. You have local government officials who are making political decisions because they are yielding to demands from special interest groups and not protecting the interests of public safety. Chief Aren't Azevedo disputed that claim? Omer Rolando Manzano is solely the person responsible for a cop. Murder of a police officer. Despite Manzano's previous interactions with police, the chief said he did nothing to prompt officers to ask for his citizenship papers, Nick Cranky bitch. NewsRadio, 7 40, Katie ar e. All right, So he is solely responsible for the murder who is solely responsible
Man Charged With Capital Murder In Shooting Death Of Houston Police Sergeant
"Of shooting and killing a Houston police sergeant has now been charged with capital murder. Prosecutors officially filed charges against Elmer Manzano today, a day after police say he opened fire on Sergeant Harold President Manzano is said to appear in court on Friday.
Charges not pursued after incidents involving man accused of killing Houston Police sergeant
"Killed HPD Sergeant Harold Preston Elmer Manzano, an illegal alien with a long criminal record fatally shot Sergeant Preston during a domestic violence call Tuesday. Doug Griffith with the police Officers Union told Houston's Morning news. He's not surprised the accused charges at the same, which happens a lot in this city, and I'm concerned again with the way the D A's office is running, But that's outside the scope of this Sergeant president spent four decades on the force and was just weeks away from retiring. Top aide in Texas Attorney General Qin Paxton's