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"energi" Discussed on Take It EV

Take It EV

11:54 min | 6 months ago

"energi" Discussed on Take It EV

"Ask her. About tabby vast my My subscribers about some questions that and everyone asks the same thing. So I'm just GonNa you know the the question that everybody else too. I think again. Because I'm a geek and I assume that people know these things. I don't want to be patronize inc. But let's start with an obvious. Like what a Zombie from any other charges out there k. So the first. And biggest differentiates our guest is the fact that it works with the renewable energy renewable energy. So so with you. Microgeneration system solar or wind We were the first charge of on the markets bridge that gap between renewables electric vehicle charging. It's three mode so it can just be a stunned. Ajaji don't have to have solar panels to have it and but when you do have solar panels that's when it really comes into. Its own so you can charge it literally with pure grain energy straight from the roof so it's energy that would have been exposed to the grid. He noted when you've got everything going on in the home and the set of Saul if you've come for awhile Northern Spain used in the house in generate in full. All of the energy will trickle fade into combat trie. It wouldn't put any control of the solar if he was in a rural small key topsoil and when he packed all day obviously at the minute with isolation that was really very far and so people were both in he. Now we've got so many tweets. Because if they had completely depleted to buttress the probably full now from the Sultan krispies. If you locate a driveway it's been silent drive off whatever charge enough. Pm That's the main thing But the so many of the little hidden features in it as well that just makes it so special. An easy to install so we used to be installed as ourselves and not me personally but he did As a company and you know he always talked about the lack of fill in products photoelectric Paula and these guys you know. They're getting it from all angles. The riot the where can heart delete? Imagine on this margin on my email to that middle the middle man not small business. That just seems to get squeezed in every sense of what we look and try and reduce time of install. Make it like him half suit Cecil Panizzi to settle. We support the customer. 'em Afterwards said Israeli. Nice after Casteel. Attrition doesn't have to go back. How Easy Nights? If there's a fall or never with the product. Somebody struggling with our support. Team will look after it said. It's like delayed. Balancing was a really big difference in the zapped because no one had saw insulated and not means the you know if there's a castle turned on in the home are Shalah this up. You'll hold off the charge to the car until there's an affinity again said that it doesn't play the main fuse. We try and look after the main as you can utilize the solar power that way but better rice exactly. Yeah exactly 'cause some people now claim that the they do sola matching and that's a completely different Completely different thing sola matching is usually terminate. Pi saying alright silly now so turn the charge on but they got. The APP doesn't know if turned to catch London House. Show it so it's pointless but yes satellite balancing is a big part of any coun- half that if you don't have solar as well so it protects the main fuse. Also he's got so much safety features bill with like one thing that I admire about lay is he doesn't just make. The cheap is on the market to make the most money in his got to put a lot of Nina components in that to make it safe he will let the same many ways. Cohen is in this solve industry. But he never does Israeli floor with the products in knows the safety inside and we wouldn't be able to sleep at night as dire physically. Didn't know that every product going on the home is safe so actually has got Penfold Protection in it which is painted. Which means that. You don't need to know for alternates got the CD that protect the protection in the CD protection and it will trip in like three different ways. If there's a follow which means that the cobble can never become live. Me Can't be you electrocuted by because as more and more fees are on the road. And that's why this this needful the spike but having that pitted that's removed so that same time for the stoa an a lot of Less invasive install Siamese safety features. That means that. You don't have to have driveways goal for spy. is just safety. There's not built in that. It can't go on rarely and then obviously it can connected to hope which means you can connect to the Internet and use the APP to take full remote control Simplest energy from your solar wherever you want it works alongside that party. Bat treasonable products. Because we've been in the space along time. We know how homes work can all how all these different devices and usually manufacturers of products agree eighty. They want you to have this system in the home. We've made allowance distant and everyone's GonNa want our approach might already have something else. Invested in maybe our previous products that we want to be able to fit in with every install the Eddie if someone's GonNa powerball or battery that we haven't supplied. We want it to be able to work with and not cause problems for the customer so we just really think about a customer Reynolds. I think about the installer so Donald Trump Very small up up rich. I was GONNA say asking because the people either. Don't go to the website or I find myself sometimes navigating some websites and I'm confused. There's too much information and it's just easier to talk to people you know. Hopefully my listeners will listen to you and be like oh I you know. I'm wondering about this happy thing. Now because I've I've heard so much about it Probably talking to you or even prior to To getting my people Have read about it on the forums. But it's always nice to just you know to talk to people in I before I got the The funny thing with me is that we have the leaf for a year and a half or so Without having our charger so I because we lived on in London at the time this does those plenty of charging spots around Tied-in have to think about it and then we moved to house in the stakes and now we have sola as well the discussion. Is You know difference. Boots a different environment. Basically to think about so. We're lucky enough to have Our own chart Drivers to so we you know we did have a charging point already. But it's We'll get a mention the name of the company but the It's very nice charging points but it's not intelligent enough to up to divert the That atrocity from the Sala so what I do is like It's like very yeah. It's very silly solution but I sometimes just put the cable outsides Because the seven kilowatt hour charger but our our panels are four killed so And you never get more than about two and a half out of them because they're on two different sides of the roof so You know just physics. Is You know Another allowing you to generate four four hours at the same time. It's fine but I just put the cable outside the garage into the car. When it's sunny outside and that most of the power from the from the solar goes into the car well that's how long he said because that's exactly what he was doing and it was infuriating. Do that Ronin now on on the Catholic the car and just go to be an easy away and I will work the same way as the the technology and we just got about development and we we we quite often and I'm sure lots of people do the same thing. We have small smart charger and quite often the smart smart meter. Sorry and quite to that meet looking for a for a negative figures and then put the washing machine or a dishwasher at that time. So it sounds like you know just solving one of those issues and from what? I've seen gives you a nice overview of what your power goes in the house as well right. So that's yeah could be doing with wireless sensor which is nice off. Why is all around the home and our hobby is Harvey is okay so the next question? I have on the list from the My listeners and you've kind of beef you You mentioned already but Can Use it as just a regular dumb quote unquote charger. And I'm guessing. The answer is yes right so if I didn't have like a don't yeah. Sorry you just have investment okay just last night but you can also use the balance when it's an echo mode but you just can't maximize the benefit if he care plus the third mode which is for the Sala and because I'm sure the answer is yes but do you guys have any other people who have because I've see generate own power in the house Using the wind turbines as well and I'm sure some people have little turbines on the roof. Sarah Ordina Garden Piano. We do winter vines as well with golf. You stop especially Pinckney Quit small to bind with any microgeneration because it's monitored at the grid pint okay. There's this up you monetize the grit. Cert- CONC- import and export the Buildi- that does it really matter what's doing the generation. That's kind of tug does a generator. You're you're happy right. Yeah Yeah he's happy a business question now so You know because you guys obviously based in the UK. Do you see any challenges in running or can you speak to any sort of challenges in running quote unquote renewables business in the UK? How difficult it is compared to other businesses. And we've not had any troubles rally being because we do. You know we money to all cells as well and so. That's probably where some people say. Well you crazy lie just gonNa how long you GONNA do manufacturing full. You're going to end up shipping the products off to China and get an made. They're all somewhat cheaper in which will very much against that. We've always wanted to keep the manufacturing keep the business within the UK. Obviously lots of From we can't help that because nowhere else makes them. We won't the manufacturing SPE in the U. K. And we haven't really had any issues. The I'm guessing I guess really. The hardest thing is probably fine in the stuff when it comes to technical people. We bring a lot of fenway developers in from abroad. We've got one of our main friend. She's come from Strasbourg. We've got a guy from Malaysia. We have to look far and wide for the staff because we're not in a city because we're based in Lincolnshire it's probably geographical of the UK where we struggle a little bit and we're still monitoring because it's an innovative company and it ticks. All the boxes. It's in the renewable space in the ultimate growing ultimatum. Space it sin money. Uk manufacturing so. We've recently got a grand to help..

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"energi" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"energi" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Means is <hes> energy core submits a proposal all to the network gets voted on by master nodes when it gets paid out <hes> we published information about how we then sub allocate those those those funds so we have fifty people currently and of those fifty people we have various departments arguments including development marketing business operations community management energy defense which is pretty cool thing we're able to build is a cybersecurity infosec branch of our organization with the purpose of protecting our community that i think is something that is a a key thing we're able to build thanks to the power of our treasury in expected that defense services will start to become industry standard in the in the future but so i just pulled up our our treasury history page and currently well just going over some numbers members from the last our last treasury cycle we had southern contributors in development nine operations thirteen in community management <hes> <hes> five in an impact which is a floppy arm organization as well <hes> one in human resources seven marketing and to energy defense so we have all these details published on her website there you can see exactly the breakdown of how we allocate..

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"energi" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"energi" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Ultimately energy core is attracted by master needs to do work for the purpose of furthering air to crypto currency whether that beat development or marketing or some other sort of business operations nations and that is funded through our treasury model. Which is this recurring system so every two weeks we have a what's called treasury cycle and treasury cycle. It is the point of it is to have a voting deadline essentially and so the master nodes vote vote on whatever proposals may be relevant to the upcoming cycle and at the end of the cycle pass the voting deadline the new coins are are paid out and so that's the way the energy cords funded and ultimately. He said earlier that we're accountable to the master notes ultimately. That's that's how that works is. We have these masters voting on proposals which currently since we've been doing a good job and everybody's happy with the things that we're accomplishing accomplishing the master voting to defend energy core through this proposal mechanism so how big is energy. Gi corps as an organization. I couldn't help but notice that you have quite a lot of people working on it. Yes it's <hes> it really shows the power of this decentralized governments and treasury model. We have managed to grow to a team of fifty employees. That's just varies phenomenal and blockchain team and how many of them are developers and what's like the company breakdown yeah so let's see here. I don't have great numbers off the top of my head but off the office given idea well but i can say is that we have on we have we publish.

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"energi" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"energi" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Governance model this funding model the the dash had <hes> and we we built upon it changed in a number of ways including how the economics of it all work and and but the core principle decentralized governance remains the same and the core principle of decentralized governance ultimately is that we need to who have a way to come up with <hes> with consensus about how to fund and that really is a long term type type of concept. <hes> versus i._c._o. Is much more analogous to start up funding or startup capital. There's no <hes> the i._c._o. Isn't a long term. Funding planets a initial funding plant a seed funding plan and so <hes> with energy took a bit of a different approach and rather than focusing on seed funding and had a started <hes>. We just kind of started building originally our c._e._o. Tommy he had this idea he saw the power orbis these concepts in had this idea and made a video about <hes> you know wanting to build energy cryptocurrency and i saw this video and thought that is i was i was heavily involved in this was tweet seventeen. I was heavily involved in cryptocurrency at the time of trading and researching <unk> cryptos and stuff. I'd never ever built on yet but <hes> was heavily involved and i saw what tommy wanted to build a new immediately. This is something i wanted to be involved in because it was such a such a powerful idea and the idea really is that we build this funding model into energy allows us to grow in the long-term allows us to sustain ain't through market cycles allows us to fund a team to grow a team and to have a large number of developers of marketing business operations operations and to build really throughout a warm period of time and keep improving and keep optimizing keep <hes> driving towards building best cryptocurrency that we possibly can so you what about the dash model specifically inspired you to start there they they actually innovated the central governance funding mechanism yeah that was a feature that was brand new to <hes> to rip currency brand new to to the world i suppose in that sense and dash dash had this concept master nodes which are incentivized full node really they've there was a lot of great innovation that happened with dash and they were looking at you know some of the problems problems that are <hes> that we face in various cryptocurrencies one zero one can be miners are well incentive incentivized. Everyone wants to compete for mining the next block but running a full note. It's not so centralized. It's something that really only miners need to run a full mode. Everyone else wants to run a light client because they don't have to sink blockchain stored auction and all this so dashed onto way to ensure that their network always has a good number fool notes online and that's by incentivizing them with the master's program and the master note program then led to <hes> decentralized governance and the treasury and the way that that works essentially as master nodes which are stakeholders in the network holding a certain amount of collateral and running a full note then have the ability to vote on proposals and a proposal is really a piece of data that can be created by anyone and submitted to the blockchain chain master notes evaluate these things and try to come up with <hes> which proposals they think are going to most benefit the network and so that it could be really anything could be <hes>..

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"energi" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"energi" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"The guest i do get to choose the questions the topics and the things discussed while i do have some editorial oversight over this the decision of what to do with this information is entirely up to you now. Enjoy now entering guy talk to <music>. Thank you for joining me. This is your host lucien and this week. We're joined by ryan casey. Did i pronounce that correctly perfect. Thank you <hes> and he is the president of energy core and energy core is a blockchain blockchain project that is how long have you been around. We launched our main net in april all of two thousand eighteen so <hes> year and a half now approximately okay cool and you first launched as is a fork of dash correct. Yes that's correct so <hes> we wanted to build a decentralized governance blockchain. Dash had the best implementation of it. <hes> forgiveness in the space gets used in a number of ambiguous ways so to be clear we didn't force the dash blockchain but we forked the dash source code mainly built energy on top of that and that means you had a new issuance to clarify the distinction correct correct thank you yes we started from our own genesis genesis block and actually there's a a neat story about the energy genesis block is in bitcoin <hes> soto. She put a message in the justice block bitcoin <hes> many many people. I'm sure are familiar with it. There's a reference to a newspaper and <hes> this messages digital. She put in the in the bitcoin genesis block serves a number of purposes it kind of alludes to two bitcoins purpose but also <hes> actually has a way to prove that bitcoin blocks weren't mind ahead of time by referencing you know popular newspaper headline sort of anyone can go and double check while these blocks couldn't have been mined before the date. That's the block because no one would have known the headline of newspaper. You suggested. Check my bitcoin trivia. It was a hash of a financial times article saying that the chancellor of germany was was considering a second bailout for the banks yes yes that's awesome <hes> so i love that that bit of history bitcoin it's really cool <hes> looking at the bitcoin genesis block really the the first block that kicked off an entire industries amazing thing and we put a lot of thought into antar i block as well and actually we <hes> we wanted to achieve a similar goal of you know proving that we didn't have pre mine at energy energy who didn't do an i._c._s. We didn't provide very community focused coin and in order to prove how long into the future that we didn't do pre mind we we put a message in argentina's block as well but rather than going the ads the saito she route of using a newspaper. We actually have <hes> because we have number of a number of other blockchain's. Now we have a really great way to <hes> time stamp public records so what we did with energies we put we took a hash of a theory block and hash of dash blah and freezing chose those tools of course we were fourteen. Dash is source code and theorem is an inspiration for us from moving towards being smart contract platform so we chose those two..

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"energi" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"energi" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"In the history of American in American law. Not to give a history lesson. But. Why are we so divided? We're divided because a lot of people. I think it goes all the way back to President Obama's administration. Maybe before your President Bush's administration. A lot of people. Don't remember President Bush's popularity was very low he divided the country as well. I think the President Trump years ago was right before he was president. He was asked what creative President Obama and Mr. Trump at that time? Mr. Trump said, George W Bush and the economy, I think it would adequately. Correct. What gave us President Trump? President Obama did with a lot of divisiveness and the present time. Well, it's interesting that he continues to bring up President Obama when when you talk about you know, as he connected the dots one creating the other. And of course, he's still continues to energize his base with that. So going into November, professor Sachs. Have you seen that cavenaugh bump, and who does the momentum lie with which side? I think both political parties are Energi and other question always who can get out the vote. We have some very interesting races around the country one of them right here in Texas between a challenger a congressman a democrat. But the name of BDO, oh, that's his nickname. And by the way, he did not identify himself as a democrat, which I think.

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"energi" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:33 min | 2 years ago

"energi" Discussed on WTVN

"Let me let me see if I understand Dr Ford has a score or to score of inconsistent statements. She's credible. But at brek cavenaugh judge Cavanaugh said something about his drinking days. It's inaccurate. He's toast. He's denied the supreme court read that about right? Now, let's go through. The prosecutors memo like Sherman through Atlanta, just stick with me. No offense Alanna. Sure H. Dr Ford is not offered a consistent account of win the alleged assault occurred in July six tax to the Washington Post. She said it happened in the mid eighties energy Energi thirty letter to Senator Feinstein. She said it happened in the early eighties. Her August seven statement to the polygraph said that it happened one high school summer in the early eighties. But she crossed out the word early for reasons. She done did not explain this is because the lawyers get a hold of her you see and they're trying to make sure everything's consistent in order to get cabinet. September sixteen Washington Post article reported the doctor Ford said it happened in the summer of nineteen eighty to notice July six mid eighties July thirty early eighties August seven early eighties. But then crosses out early. But September sixteen when she's being lawyer the summer of nineteen eighty two. Wow, she not only remember the year. But she remembers the season. Similarly, the September sixteen article reported that notes from an individual therapy session in two thousand thirteen show her describing the assault as occurring in her late teens, but she told the post and the committee that she was fifteen when the assault allegedly occurred. She's not turned over her therapy records for the committee to review and yet, ladies and gentlemen, she's wave any privilege. He has on those records because she either gave them to or read them to the Washington Post. There is no more attorney client privilege. But she's withholding them. Why? Well, it is common for victims to be uncertain about dates Dr Ford failed to explain how she was suddenly able to narrow the timeframe to a particular season and a particular year. Now, let's say the shoe was on the other foot, and it was cavenaugh. Would they tolerate that? And say why he's credible? No. They wouldn't. This is a big deal, ladies and gentlemen, early eighties. Mid eighties early teens late teens. That's not memory loss. Dr Ford is struggle to identify judge cavenaugh as the Osama by name. No name was given in her twenty twelve marriage therapy notes. No name was given in her twenty thirteen individual therapy notes. Why not? Dr forts husband claims to recall that she identify judge cavenaugh by name and twenty twelve by the way before I read on. That's her husband at tier relevant. At that point judge Kavanagh's name was widely reported in the press as a potential supreme court nominee. If governor Romney won the presidential election in any event. It took Dr Ford over thirty years to name her assailant delayed disclosure of abuses common. So this is not this positive. She writes, she's nicer than I am. When speaking with her husband, Dr Ford changed her description of the incident to become less specific doctor fort testified that she told her husband about a quote, unquote, sexual assault before they were married, but she told the Washington Post that she informed. Her husband that she was the victim of a physical abuse at the beginning of their marriage. She testified that both time she was referring to the same incident. Dr fort as no memory. Of key. Details of the night in question. Details that could help corroborate her account. We talked about this last week. The memory to me is quite selective specific details. Specific details that are most harmful to cavenaugh. No details at all on corroboration. She does not remember who invited her to the party or how she even heard about it. She does not remember how she got to the party. She does not remember in what house the assault allegedly took place are where that house was located with any specificity, perhaps most importantly, she does not remember how she got from the party back to her house. Her inability to remember this detail race significant questions, she told the Washington Post the party took place near the Columbia country club, the club is more than seven miles from her childhood home as the crow flies, and she testified. It was roughly a twenty minute drive from her childhood home. She also agreed for the first time in her testimony that she was driven somewhere that night either to the party or from the party or both. But she couldn't remember. Dr Ford was able to describe hiding in the bathroom locking the door and subsequently exit exiting the house. She ought also described wanting to make sure that she did not look like she'd been attacked. But she has no memory of who drove her or win, nor has anyone come forward to identify him or herself as the driver. No one. Given this all took place before cellphones. Arranging a ride home would not have been easy. Indeed. She stated that she ran out of the house after coming downstairs and did not state that she made a phone call from the house before she did that she called anyone else thereafter. That's convenient. Because then they can't look at phone records. She does. However, remember small distinct details from the party unrelated to the assault. For example. She testified that she had exactly one beer at the party was taking no medication at the time of the alleged assault. And I will continue this after the break. But as I said last week during the course of this questioning by this prosecutor, it was devastating. And there we have the experts judicial analyst and host. What is she doing? What is she doing? She's growing up. I mean, this doesn't mean anything to the American..

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"energi" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

06:52 min | 2 years ago

"energi" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Do. I give you my word that you will not be harmed in any way. Mark Levin is on the radio January bacteria. The metoo movement is making colleges. Teach toxic masculinity. John I'm sorry for being a man, I'm sorry for being toxic. We'll start apologizing this morning at six WLS AM eight ninety. Let me let me see if I understand Dr Ford has a score or to score of inconsistent statements. She's credible. But at Brett cavenaugh judge Cavanaugh said something about his drinking days, that's an inaccurate. He's toast. He's tonight the supreme court, right? That about right. Now, let's go through. The prosecutors memo like Sherman through Atlanta, just stick with me. No offense. Sure H. Dr Ford is not offered a consistent account of when the alleged assault occurred in July six tax to the Washington Post. She said it'd happened in the mid eighties. Energi thirty letter to Senator Feinstein. She said it happened in the early eighties. Her August seven statement to the police refer said that it happened one high school summer in the early eighties. But she crossed out the word early for reasons. She did not explain this is because the lawyers get a hold of her you see the trying to make sure everything's consistent in order to get camera. A September sixteen Washington Post article reported the doctor Ford said it happened in the summer of nineteen eighty-two notice July six mid eighties July thirty early eighties August seven early eighties. But then crosses out early. But September sixteen when she's being lawyer the summer of one thousand nine hundred two wow, she not only remembers the year, but she remembers the season. Similarly, the September sixteen article reported that notes from an individual therapy session in two thousand thirteen show her describing the assault as occurring in her late teens, but she told the post and the committee that she was fifteen when the assault allegedly occurred. She's not turned over her therapy records for the committee to review and yet, ladies and gentlemen, she's wave any privilege. He has on those records because she either gave them to or read them to the Washington Post. There is no more turning client privilege. But she's withholding. Why? Well, it is common for victims to be uncertain about dates Dr Ford failed to explain how she was suddenly able to narrow the timeframe to a particular season any particular year. Now, let's say the shoe was on the other foot, and it was cavenaugh. Would they tolerate that? And say why he's credible? No. They wouldn't. This is a big deal, ladies and gentlemen early eighties made eighties early teens late teens. That's not memory loss. Dr Ford has struggled to identify judge cavenaugh as the assailant by name. No name was given in her twenty twelve marriage therapy notes. No name was given her twenty thirteen individuals therapy notes. Why not? Dr forts husband claims to recall that she identify judge cavenaugh by name and twenty twelve the way before I read on. That's her husband at irrelevant. At that point judge Kavanagh's name was widely reported in the press as a potential supreme court nominee. If governor Romney won the presidential election in any event. It took Dr Ford over thirty years to name her assailant delayed disclosure of abuses common. So this is not dispositive. She writes, she's nicer than I am. Let's speaking with her husband, Dr Ford changed her description of the incident to become less specific doctor fort testified that she told her husband about a quote, unquote, sexual assault before they were married, but she told the Washington Post that she informed. Her husband that she was the victim of a physical abuse at the beginning of their marriage. She testified that both times she was referring to the same incident. Dr fort has no memory. Of key. Details of the night in question. Details that could help corroborate her account. We talked about this last week. The memory to me is quite selective specific details. Specific details that are most harmful to cavenaugh known. Details at all on corroboration. She does not remember who invited her to the party or how she even heard about it. She does not remember how she got to the party. She does not remember in what house the assault allegedly took place are aware that house was located with any specificity, perhaps most importantly, she does not remember how she got from the party back to her house. Her inability to remember this detail racist significant questions, she told the Washington Post the party took place near the Columbia country club, the club is more than seven miles from childhood home as the crow flies, and she testified. It was roughly twenty minute drive from her childhood home. She also agreed for the first time in her testimony that she was driven somewhere that night either to the party or from the party or both. But she couldn't remember. Dr Ford was able to describe hiding in the bathroom locking the door and subsequently exit exiting the house. She alters also described wanting to make sure that she did not look like she'd been attacked. But she has no memory of who drove her or win, nor has anyone come forward to identify him or herself as the driver. No one. Given this all took place before cell phones. Arranging a ride home would not have been easy. Indeed. She stated that she ran out of the house after coming downstairs and did not state that she made a phone call from the house before she did that she called anyone else thereafter. That's convenient. Because then they can't look at phone records. She does. However, remember small distinct details from the party unrelated to the assault. For example. She testified that she had exactly one beer at the party was taking no medication at the time of the alleged assault. Now, we'll continue this after the break. But as I said last week during the course of this questioning by this prosecutor, it was devastating. And there we have the experts judicial analyst and host. What is she doing? What is she doing? She's growing up. I mean, this doesn't mean anything to the American. It means everything.

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"energi" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"energi" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The town review. I'm Hugh Hewitt. Hugh Americans would deny the economic relief that comes to this country under the Trump administration tax and regulatory relief. Energi just about every industry, especially manufacturing. No sooner had the elation of a roaring academy set in then President Trump began imposing trade tariffs. Although trade fixes are certainly a campaign promise he made time and time again, the timing of the tariff imposition. Caught many by surprise seemed like Mr. Trump had recklessly del this country an economic shot in the foot. John Mozelle is president and CEO of global automaker. Which is part of a coalition of manufacturers opposing section three to auto tariffs guest. Michael medved. You were testifying at a hearing. That was called by Senator Lamar Alexander of Tennessee. Tell us about that. Yes. That's right. Michael the Senator convenient hearing to discuss the impact of high tariffs on on workers. And this is this was not a Senate finance committee hearing hearing of the of the Senate health, education labor and pensions committee. So they're trying to understand what the impact of workers would be, and you know, I represent the auto industry. And so we're concerned about the fact that you could have real real harm done to American auto workers in American consumers, if we impose high tariffs on cars and car parts, and I think part of what people don't understand about this. This is not only a question of. Cars that even are partially built in the United States getting slapped with higher tariffs because they have some foreign made acquitted in them, but even more than that. It's the damage to American exports like one of the great achievements of the auto industry right now. One out of five cars that American carmakers sell are sold abroad. Right. That is exactly. Right. So you have this double whammy, right? You increase the cost of production in the United States and and make it more expensive for American consumers, but we are facing already retaliation. Would these new tariffs have any impact on say some of the Hondas that are assembled here in the United States? There's some of the Toyotas that are assembled in the United States. Yes, absolutely, Michael. Because what what what happens is that all of these car companies that build cars in the states sitting and there a fourteen car companies if you think about the most American made car, it's still has about twenty. Eighty five percent of its parts of its content coming from. Foreign countries, and that's supply chains important because it supports competitive manufacturing. So that those parts would be subject to a twenty five percent tariff. And then what would happen? Of course, is that vehicle would increase in price. You know, if you look at the studies, the concern is that when you you take all of this into consideration somewhere between six hundred and fifty and seven hundred thousand American jobs could be at risk both with regard to higher prices reducing demand as well as retaliation hurting our exports. Okay. Who gets all this money? I mean, a tariff is basically a tax right? You're exactly right tariffs are taxes paid by Americans who the government the importer of a car or a car part pays the tariff. And so what happens is that that company has to figure out how to accommodate that extra cost, and it's going to happen one or two ways either gonna take hit in terms of their increased production costs which hurts them or they're going to pass that on to the consumer in the in the in the case of higher prices. We're already seeing this with stealing aluminum, which already has one of these twenty five percent national security tariffs on it. The cost of American auto manufacturing has gone up because we are paying more for US made steel and that and so that's what's happening is the the importer pays the tax and pass it on to customers. So we Americans pay this tariff. Okay. Let's say you you want to buy a new Honda Civic, and which is assembled here in the United. States. I know many of them are and you want to buy that new Honda Civic. What is what would these tariffs? If they go through. What is the kind of added cost to the consumer? Yeah. That's a great question. If you look at the Honda Civic it's made in in Ohio. And so, you know, it's got a lot of US contents. But but probably twenty or twenty five percent of that content is foreign so I. Estimates are that the price of that car could go up around two thousand dollars? So that's a lot of money now. It's a fortune and money changes everything imported from say, Japan or Korea or the EU the cost of that car could go up seven thousand dollars. So we're talking real money here for for American consumer. If you care about this issue, and every American should because Americans love our cars and right now, adding this kind of costs the price of cars is going to kill the auto industry and all the people who supply auto parts and suppliers in the whole chain. We're talking about literally hundreds of thousands of jobs that are on.

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"energi" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"energi" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Energy to do your. Best work in the office. I totally agree with that and my. Husband and I talk about this all the time like if we don't have harmony and feel like we're working as team and feel. Like we're doing while at home it is very very difficult for me. To do well outside of home I have to really. Hard Yes to make sure. That my work is okay If things are tough at home. And that can come from all sorts of things I mean that could come from like sick kids. Or, my kid woke up three times last. Night I Whatever, yeah. Totally so the central idea of work life harmony is living so that both the professional and personal aspects of your life or energizing you not draining that that's a really good thing to. Remember so it's not always about like this idea of balance when we say work life, balance then I think how people can sometimes take that is, like, oh, well. Work life balance means that I should spend half my time at work and half my time at home or it's all about. That it's really not about. That it's about figuring out ways so that you are being Energi instead of drained by whatever you're doing regardless of its at home or. Work because if you're drained at, work it's going to mean that it's going to wreck your time at home the if you're drained and stressed at, home it means that it's gonna make your work much more difficult because it's harder to focus and it's harder to achieve. Fill. Essentially you're saying you do you? Right it's funny how when you have people who have different ideas of what brings them, joy That they try to project what they want. Yeah. Onto you only so there are? People I love being home and I love being alone yes me too my kindred spirit Now I. Know back at you and I have friends, who have to have so many things on? Their calendar, so do I and they're like okay I haven't seen you all, week. I need to see you and it's like when are we going to see each other, I'm like I'm not going anywhere still going. To be here in two weeks hopefully but I think. They think that because you're at home, that you're lonely Ryan to me I'm exactly where, I want to be doing I like cleaning and I like. Working, in the yard. I now I'm totally getting things done and because they delegate those things. To, other people. I e housecleaners You know hiring a you know cleaning company yeah I enjoy the process so anyway I get it if you feel energized from that right then just. Do you so building a flexible work slash life schedule is something that this is this work life, harmony kind of thing instead of work life balance that you're gonna find that you're most productive at different times of the day in the modern office space. Is, really shifting from like you have to sit there from nine to five right to okay let's acknowledge what. Works best for you like if, you, do your best work from six. AM until ten AM and then you need, to take it to our break and then? Do another, bid maybe that is better for you that and that workplaces need, to. Understand that people's productivity is very different I love.

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"energi" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"energi" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"You want to be a part of the program three big huge stories that a massive massive win as we now have the internal revenue service admitting yet yeah every we knew they did target tea party groups under obama you wanna know why they did it because they did it because they wanted obama the win in 2012 and the tea party movement was growing and it was energi i remember we were in atlanta in april of twenty ten and never have 25000 people show up and the streets of atlanta and it was happening in cities all around the country so the reason they targeted these groups is a once they're targeted by the irs well now they're checking on their tax status now they're taking away their time and their energy and their focus from winning elections than they're turning it into a we've got to hire lawyers spend our money here and spend all day defending ourselves and fighting for what is rightly ours which is a particular tax status for four groups like the tea party patriots at center and on and on and all these different tea party groups now the irs admits that their treatment during the tax exempt determinations process included screen their applications based on names or policy positions objecting those applications to heighten scrutiny and ignored an inordinate delays and demanding that some of the plaintiffs information it'd be determined was unnecessary to the agencies determination of their tax exempt status was wrong so they basically let me interpret this for you the irs just like the intelligence community was used in weaponized against people that are conservative that doesn't sound like the democratic republic that we've come to love they use the irs as a weapon maybe that's why with all the obama holdovers because the senate can't make any appointment so it seems as it relates to the president's government that he wants to hire unlikely the obama administration maybe that's why i've been audited three times a year and i pay more than my fair share it's unbelievable i'm sure there are a lot of whole though brazil there too and now you of course now you pay your attorneys then you pay your your tax people then you're paying your account and people that you pay.

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"energi" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"energi" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Hundred nine four one sean you want to be a part of the program three big huge stories take a massive massive win as we now have the internal revenue service admitting it yeah everything we do they did target tea party groups under obama you wanna know why they did it because they did it because they wanted obama the win in twenty 12 and the tea party movement was growing and it was energi i remember we were in atlanta in april of 2010 and have twenty five thousand people showed up and the streets of atlanta and it was happening in cities all around the country so the reason they targeted these groups is oh once they targeted by the irs will now they're checking on their tax status now they're are taking away their time and their energy and their focus from winning elections than their turning it into a we've got a hire lawyers spend our money here and spend all day defending ourselves and fighting for what is rightly ours which is a particular tax status four four groups like the tea party patriots at cetera and on and on and all these different tea party groups now the irs admits that their treatment during the tax exempt determinations process included screen their applications based on names or policy positions subjecting those applications tough heightened scrutiny and ignored an inordinate delays and demanding that some of the plane of sip probation it'd be determined was unnecessary to the agencies the termination of their taxexempt status was wrong so they basically let me interpret this for you the irs just like the intelligence community was used in weaponized against people that are conservative that doesn't sound like the democratic republic that we've come to love they used the i arrest as a weapon maybe that's why with all the obama holdovers because the senate can't make any appointment so it seems as it relates to the president's government that he wants to hire unlikely the obama administration maybe that's why i've been audited three times a year and i pay more than my fair share it's unbelievable i'm sure there are a lot of holdover was there too and now you of course now you pay your attorneys then you pay your your tax people that your pay your account in people then you pay this one in that one then you'll look in from receipts for four years ago.

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"energi" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"energi" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Nine four one sean you want to be a part of the program three big huge stories today massive massive win as we now have the internal revenue service admitting it yeah everything we know they they did target tea party groups under obama you wanna know why they did it because they did it because they wanted obama a win in 2012 and the tea party movement was growing and it was energi i remember we were in atlanta in april of twenty ten and twenty five thousand people showed up and the streets of atlanta and it was happening in cities all around the country so the reason they targeted these groups as a once they're targeted by the irs will now they're checking on their tax status now they're taking away their time and their energy and their focus from winning elections than their turning it into a we've got a hire lawyers spend our money here and spend all day defending ourselves and fighting for what is rightly ours which is a particular tax status for four groups like the tea party patriots at center and on and on and all these different tea party groups now the irs admits that their treatment during the tax exempt determinations process included screening applications based on names or policy positions objecting those applications tough heightened scrutiny and ignored an inordinate delays and demanding that some of the plaintiffs information it'd be determined was unnecessary to the agencies the termination of their tax exempt status was wrong so they basically let me interpret this for you the irs just like the intelligence community was used in weaponized against people that are conservative that doesn't sound like the democratic republic that we've come to love they used the irs as a weapon maybe that's why with all the obama holdovers because the senate can't make any appointment so it seems as it relates to the president's government that he wants to hire unlikely the obama administration maybe that's why i've been audited three times a year.

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"energi" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"energi" Discussed on WLAC

"A part of the program three big huge stories a massive massive we as we now have the internal revenue service admitting it yeah everything we new they did target tea party groups under obama you wanna know why they did it because they did it because they wanted obama the win in 2012 and the tea party movement was growing and it was energi i remember we were in atlanta in april of 2010 and of about twenty five thousand people showed up and the streets of atlanta and it was happening in cities all around the country so the reason they targeted these groups as a once they targeted by the irs well now they're checking on their tax status now they're taking away their time and their energy and their focus from winning elections than their turning it into a we've got to hire lawyers spend our money here and spend all day defending ourselves and fighting for what is rightly ours which is a particular tax status four four groups like the tea party patriots etcetera and on and on and all these different tea party groups now the i arrest admits that their treatment during the tax exempt determinations process included screening applications based on names or policy positions subjecting those applications ta heightened scrutiny and ignored an inordinate delays and demanding that some of the plane of information it'd be determined was unnecessary to the agencies the termination of their taxexempt status was wrong so they basically let me interpret this for you the irs just like the intelligence community was used in weaponized against people that are conservative that doesn't sound like the democratic republic that we've come to love they used the i arrest as a weapon maybe that's why with all the obama holdovers because the senate can't make any appointment so it seems as it relates to the president's government that he wants to hire unlikely the obama administration maybe that's why i've been audited three times a year and i pay more than my fair share it's unbelievable i'm sure there are a lot of holdovers there are two and now you of course now you pay your attorneys then you pay your your tax people that your pay your account in people then you pay this one in that.

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"energi" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"energi" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Nine four one sean you want to be a part of the program three big huge stories today massive massive win as we now have the internal revenue service admitting it yeah everything we know they they did target tea party groups under obama you wanna know why they did it because they did it because they wanted obama a win in 2012 and the tea party movement was growing and it was energi i remember we were in atlanta in april of twenty ten and twenty five thousand people showed up and the streets of atlanta and it was happening in cities all around the country so the reason they targeted these groups as a once they're targeted by the irs will now they're checking on their tax status now they're taking away their time and their energy and their focus from winning elections than their turning it into a we've got a hire lawyers spend our money here and spend all day defending ourselves and fighting for what is rightly ours which is a particular tax status for four groups like the tea party patriots at center and on and on and all these different tea party groups now the irs admits that their treatment during the tax exempt determinations process included screening applications based on names or policy positions objecting those applications tough heightened scrutiny and ignored an inordinate delays and demanding that some of the plaintiffs information it'd be determined was unnecessary to the agencies the termination of their tax exempt status was wrong so they basically let me interpret this for you the irs just like the intelligence community was used in weaponized against people that are conservative that doesn't sound like the democratic republic that we've come to love they used the irs as a weapon maybe that's why with all the obama holdovers because the senate can't make any appointment so it seems as it relates to the president's government that he wants to hire unlikely the obama administration maybe that's why i've been audited three times a year.

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"energi" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"energi" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Hundred nine four one sean you want to be a part of the program three big huge stories take a massive massive win as we now have the internal revenue service admitting it yeah everything we do they did target tea party groups under obama you wanna know why they did it because they did it because they wanted obama the win in twenty 12 and the tea party movement was growing and it was energi i remember we were in atlanta in april of 2010 and have twenty five thousand people showed up and the streets of atlanta and it was happening in cities all around the country so the reason they targeted these groups is oh once they targeted by the irs will now they're checking on their tax status now they're are taking away their time and their energy and their focus from winning elections than their turning it into a we've got a hire lawyers spend our money here and spend all day defending ourselves and fighting for what is rightly ours which is a particular tax status four four groups like the tea party patriots at cetera and on and on and all these different tea party groups now the irs admits that their treatment during the tax exempt determinations process included screen their applications based on names or policy positions subjecting those applications tough heightened scrutiny and ignored an inordinate delays and demanding that some of the plane of sip probation it'd be determined was unnecessary to the agencies the termination of their taxexempt status was wrong so they basically let me interpret this for you the irs just like the intelligence community was used in weaponized against people that are conservative that doesn't sound like the democratic republic that we've come to love they used the i arrest as a weapon maybe that's why with all the obama holdovers because the senate can't make any appointment so it seems as it relates to the president's government that he wants to hire unlikely the obama administration maybe that's why i've been audited three times a year and i pay more than my fair share it's unbelievable i'm sure there are a lot of holdover was there too and now you of course now you pay your attorneys then you pay your your tax people that your pay your account in people then you pay this one in that.

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"energi" Discussed on Growing Trends

Growing Trends

03:04 min | 5 years ago

"energi" Discussed on Growing Trends

"Our guest Bill since skip Energi university talking to us about his most recent trip to will join up than to learn about the air pollution, which having watched the Chinese grown pre a couple of times. I know exactly they have a river problem with pollution. But then I guess the rest of the world does with these fuel as well. So hasn't that got something to do? Well, you know with China, they just have so much industry at this point. And they're so productive in terms of their economic say, you know, they're they make everything for the world such that, you know, they have to provide that power and most of their power comes from coal, which is, you know, really dirty fuel source, and it's very difficult to deal with and clean it off scrub it, and it's expensive such that hasn't been something that they've been concerned about to this point. But at this point very concerned about because it's not only valley near air from the standpoint of the statics. It's. Gonna have a pronounced impact on people's health. And you know, their population is getting very very concerned about that. And that's really where we are one of the things that that was pointed out there's a for people in the west aren't aware pm two point five, which means particular matter two point five two point five being size. Microns is a type of polluted a pollutant that gets into the atmosphere, and we have it in the United States to to you know, whatever degree we have if you're in L A or whatever other city where there's lots of cars, lots of people that is a pollutant that so fine that when you breathe it goes directly through your nasal passages into your bloodstream, and you know, this potentially will overtime create lung cancer and the same heart disease all the related illnesses and maladies that come with with air pollution that you'd get from smoking cigarette. So when you're in certain cities in China the pollution. Is very similar to many of the cities that we had in the west during the industrial revolution at the very very beginning. Places. Like, it's in the United States, or you know, places that the air was just thick with with dust. It's not a healthy thing. And they know that so they're looking at this point in every conceivable technology that they can employ the start cleaning up the air because when the clears and China, it's a spectacular beautiful country. And I think people realize that and they they recognize they recognize what they've lost a lot of this does clear out, and you do have nice weather. You know, every three or four times a month before the rest of the time. The air is gray. It's overcast when you see the sun. It's a dull orange figure off in the distance. And they're no clouds, but there's just so much pollution there sensitive to it. And they want to solve the problem anytime that's part of your goal. Then is to answer issues like that. Vied solutions for them that are very doable and easily installed and. I don't know..

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