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Covid: Trump back at work in Oval Office days after testing positive
"Ari Fleischer. Who is a Republican who obviously knows his way around the White House and communications he said this today if trump returns to the White House, they'll be tempted to go to the oval he can't do that. This is from Monday. He can't break quarantine or do things. The rest of us aren't supposed to do if we get covid how he handles himself is a metaphor for how he handles the nation. This White House must realize that like so many other tweets reverend this felt like a plaintive cry he's hoping the Republican White House realizes it. They don't this tweet has an age well given that they're violating all of that. But your thoughts about how important it is in storytelling in challenge tonight on that debate stage. For Comma Harris to say, do you WanNa know how their policy works look at how it fails to protect that? Absolutely it gives the storyline to counter and you really don't know. If you vice-president. Pence how you defended the narrative that the Republicans and and the president and vice president has tried to sell is that everything is all right is not as bad as you think. Trump comes out of the hospital and say, you don't let it dominate your life. So. That's why goes to the Oval Office. Today yourselves with two hundred overturned and eleven. Thousand people have died millions infected alley route you. Would you say those two hundred eleven thousand people let it dominate their life. They're not with US anymore. Yeah. It in their life. That's how much dominating but. The city and I'm looking at it via with stages. I wasn't all four with the primary debates. The setting is he's got to defend this through Plexiglas I. mean the visual will cancel out anything. It's like me sitting in jail looking through the boss talking about I might go on vacation you like you out of your mind looking. Glass trying to tell everything tell everybody and everyone's all right. That's one. Secondly, he has no idea where this president may be doing while he's talked I mean can you imagine sitting on stage and you have twitter in chief that make the undermining anything you're saying like he may tweet in the middle of the debate I've changed my mind again about. Having covert release, old less changer back I want to help the airlines. This man is not well in a normal circumstance who knows what the medicine is doing to, and for you you have been have to defend that case almost makes me feel sorry for vice president turns only reason I? Don't is easy Josh. He is the whole highlight of this disastrous, right we're on.
"fleischer" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast
"Samir. When American flag up. Plan by the American play. Was Cool. Fact Yeah. That's my favorite part. WHO's your? Own? No I thought it was kind of funny like. That's the beginning where Clark was right on the back of a car. But yeah. That was it was it was fun. We watched all of them now. Never watched them all before so Always more superman. But that was the end of the Max Fleischer famous studios nineteen. Forties cartoons guys. I think. Able. To Get. The. and. All right let's. So I mean. I. Just. Because we've had these cartoons of talked out mostly like. Discussing these episodes. Yeah. I'm not happy like I was kinda bored because there was no nobile superman then of course. Lights. It's all war propaganda because the file shot. Is Superman flying behind the American flag? Yeah, I go to Washington DC and then yeah, he flies up and he salutes the American flag as he flies past. Just. that. That's the end of those cartoons. Any it was great to watch them I. enjoyed it just because we had not. Angry been talking about a and. Not. Learn about the different studio. Fascinating I wish it had been something better. Now. We're GONNA. Have to figure out what what's next. But never saw episode are we knew?.
Leon Fleisher: Pianist who battled hand condition dies at 92
"Most celebrated pianist Leon Fleisher, has died. He was 92. NPR's Tom Hi Zinger reports that Fleischer's resource will come career spanned more than seven decades. And for much of it, the Penis played on Lee with his left hand land. Fleischer was a child prodigy. He gave his first recital at age eight, debuted at Carnegie Hall with the New York Philharmonic at 16 and released a string of acclaimed albums beginning when he was in his twenties. But it was all over at age 36 when he suddenly lost control over his right hand, Fleischer considered suicide. The only way out of that funk was to realise that music was certainly more than two handed piano playing Leon Fleisher reinvented himself as as a a a left left left handed handed handed player, player, player, a a a teacher teacher teacher and and and a a a conductor. conductor. conductor. Eventually, Eventually, Eventually, after after after treatment, treatment, treatment, he he he resumed resumed resumed playing playing playing with with with both both both hands. hands. hands. He He He was was was awarded awarded awarded a a a Kennedy Kennedy Kennedy Center Center Center honor honor honor in in in 2007. 2007. 2007. Tom Tom Tom Hi Zinka. NPR news.
A Look At Biden's Campaign Strategy Four Months Ahead Of November's Election
"That one of its most effective weapons against Trump is trump himself. What he says and how he acts. But gun says they're also trying to lay out. The clear difference between these two men are best counterprogramming to Donald Trump is contrast Joe Biden's leadership, his vision for the future. His steadiness. His experience to deal with crises. With what people are getting from their president. Right now, Democratic strategist Paul Begala says the Corona virus pandemic makes the contrast feels sharper than it did in 2016 when he was just a candidate People Judge Trump the way they judged him when he was just a reality TV show. Oh, look, he's picked a Twitter war with Rosie O'Donnell. When you're president and people are dying, picking a Twitter war with bubble Wallace, the NASCAR driver doesn't save my mom's life. Begala points out that in the last century, voters have fired only three elected presidents. And one thing that happened to the incumbent in all of those cases is that people just stopped listening to the president. They gave up on him. I think that Biden strategies to let Trump fail. That's Ari Fleischer. He was press secretary under George W. Bush make biting the smallest possible don't make him an issue. Don't put him in a position to say you ain't black anybody else ever again or make any other foibles like that? And lead Donald Trump take all the heat. He was referring to a controversial comment that Vita made on the breakfast club, Fleischer admits part of what makes this all hard for Trump is that he has a shadow opponent. Biden is nowhere near is visible is the president In the last month, he held three public virtual events, seven in person events, all in Delaware, Pennsylvania, and he did a total of six TV interviews. Pleasure, says Trump just doesn't know how to handle this Loki Biden. For starters, he thinks the nickname Sleepy Joe is off with 3.5 years of President Trump being as red hot as he is. And with the covert scare underway. Sleepy also can notes calm, which very well may be the antidote for many voters. To the trump era. Fleischer suggests jump should try to paint Biden as weak. Button himself may be focused on the less is more strategy. But operationally, Democrats say they're much better position than they were four years ago. Lavoro Barnes is the chair of the Michigan Democratic Party. If you were to have parachuted in at this point in 2016 I think you would have found that there were probably about 20 people on the ground. The difference here is that we have about 160 people on the ground on the ground is figurative. Nobody from dividing campaign is knocking. Indoors. Even though Trump campaign volunteers are Democrats say that's foolish given the rising number of covert cases. But for now, that's not their fight. As Paul Begala told me if your opponent is destroying himself, don't interrupt. Asma Khalid NPR news
"fleischer" Discussed on Future Hindsight
"Welcome to future hindsight I'm your host meal. atmos- each week I. Speak With citizen change makers who sparked civic engagement in our society. Our guest today is David Fleischer..
Texas governor says coronavirus spread is 'unacceptable'
"Health officials say Texas Texas hospitals hospitals remained remained at at a a pre pre need to help surge surge stem level level the recent it it comes comes rise to to in covert covert covert nineteen nineteen nineteen cases cases cases but but the the numbers numbers of of or cases cases the top have have of the recently recently hour news risen risen radio at at what what seven governor governor forty Abbott Abbott KTRE describes describes H. as as an an unacceptable unacceptable rate rate things up for I I said said today all all along a hundred thirty if four days the positivity to you rates are the or ultimate the hospitalization jury all right rate secretary increase of state too much Mike Pompeii we a Ben have Carson strategies tonight to Geraldo reduce bungee no the spread of my over god nineteen Huckabee without ari Fleischer having to return and to Larry stay elder at home and policies much more nine closing eastern Hannity fox down news Texas see again it tonight will at nine always hope you say DVR be back the last here option to government Marco urging Texans thank to maintain you for being social with distancing us wash your hands frequently and wear a mask when in
"fleischer" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies
"Her annoying Pat Roach. He is here. Playing three separate roles plays the wizard. Tough Emma on a character of Robert de Howard's who was also the basis for many traits that were put into Elsa doom in Conan the barbarian roach happened to also be in the Carlo. Rambaldi designed caped eight-man suit which took five and a half hours of makeup time every day for about three weeks and he also and a lot of people don't know this. He donned the costume. When the UNCREDITWORTHY Andre the giant who reportedly was in the day off costume for the most part he suffered back pain and took eight people to give him into the suit and eight other people to control its mechanized aspects. Roach ended up wearing an astronaut suit inside because under the giant. What's much larger it? Kind of filled up that remaining space but also to stave off dehydration and had a doctor on hand to give him oxygen so he wouldn't pass out after being in the suit too long. Now the worst casting I feel for Conan. The Barbarian is tracey Walter. He plays the cowardly but cunning thief. Malik who feels here to provide the intended comic relief so at least his character pretty much a bust they did want Danny Devito for the part but he was unavailable so initially they cast. David l lander if you know that name. You're probably as old as I am. He played squeaky from Laverne and Shirley outlander he always seemed to be stepping on. Fleischer's toes and then he ended a falling ill during the shoot and reportedly was fired because he appeared to be stumbling drunk all the time. So land was gone and Walter ended up filling in the role after one day's notice now years afterward it was discovered that landers stumbling was actually the onset of multiple sclerosis now when Fleischer put together I cut. It ran more than three hours in length so he had to set about working with Rafaela. Villa RENTA's Dino's daughter who also produced the first film on his behalf. They had to chop it down to nearly half that length while still retaining as much action thrills as possible so a lot of exposition and character touches end up on that cutting room floor. Conan the barbarian do feel is a better film than the destroyer because Conan the barbarian has passion and it's based on the savage vision of a visionary director. John Milius who had a lot to say within the course of that movie Richard Fleischer. Here he was just a last minute hired gun for Conan the destroyer. He was only expected to package together. An entertaining product that was designed solely to make money in contrast to the first entry. The sequel is coated with too much cheese to not find it disappointment overall. I think though as a standalone piece. Interestingly it has not aged as poorly as other sword and sorcery flicks from the nineteen eighties. It is still very hokey but there is a particular enjoyment that can be. Had by watching this sequel. If you divorce it from the first film which for most people these days. It's hard to do because if you watch Conan the barbarian and you like it. You immediately want to watch Conan the destroyer which will probably destroy your evening if you happen to watch it in a marathon now. I think the film comes undone in two key scenes both for the same reasons which are battles against villains portrayed unconvincing rubber suits the first one involves a man ape version of the wizard off. Amman in a room of mirrors added by Stanley Man in his script. He was inspired by a similar character. In Robert De Howard rogues in the house the Mars the climax with its grotesquely. Silly looking dig costume. Because de la Renta's just would not pay for the Stop Motion Animation that they had wanted to make. But it still looks fake and it's ugliness repugnant and just doesn't work says if you want to read into this film. Any further than service level data is meant to be a metaphor for nuclear energy. It's something that promises unlimited power to people but it actually carries with it the ability to destroy humanity in the unleashing. This may explain why the monster looks like it would fit in Morena Godzilla flick than something that comes from the world of Conan. I think these scenes with these creatures are dark and gruesome and roads the tongue in cheek tone of the rest of the film on the Positive Cinematography by Academy Award Winning Jack Harf and a set an art design. And the Basle Polymer Score. He's returning here as composer from the first film. They're all genuine highlights. It does look and sound very good other than those rubber suits. But despite all of the attempts to try to broaden the franchise based with the Sequel Conan the destroyer still disappointed at the box office. It made only thirty one million dollars in the United States that was significantly less than forty million that was made by the more serious minded R. rated original. Some of this is due to the unfavourable competition. It had with other summer blockbusters ghostbusters and Gremlins were in theaters. Were dominating but even with this. It's still debuted lower than the other notable film released the same weekend cannonball run two which was not a good movie at all so the signs were there that this was just not going to be that good of a film financially it did however perform slightly better internationally than the first film and so it was a lucrative venture for them in the end but still as a sequel. Conan. The destroyer is a failure especially for fans of the original Robert. E Howard Works. It does not deliver on the tone or the promise of its film predecessor in broadening its fan base but as I mentioned as a standalone adventure it does maintain enough moments of enjoyment for fans of adventures that feature faraway lands exotic locales and the requisite wizards and warriors and princesses. So if you like that kind of thing you know if your expectations are low enough this dumb fund epic does make for a passably escapist guilty pleasure when you don't watch the two films back to back so for all of that I will give Conan the destroyer two and a half stars out of four Tuna Stars on my scale means. I do think that it had the tools that had the talent to be something more. You definitely had a good director here. At least one that has made good movies. You had Schwarzenegger back. You had a pretty good ensemble of colorful character actors in the mix here all of the requisite bells and whistles that you could want and yet it just falls short. It does not continue the first film in a way that satisfy big fans of that. It doesn't satisfy the fans of the Robert e Howard books and it just feels like a goofy sword and sorcery flick from the nineteen eighties. And if that's all you're looking for you'RE GONNA get it here and you're probably going to enjoy it on that level but anybody looking for more than that is really going to find that the pleasures are only too superficial to be anything more than just a time waster escapist entertainment so two and a half stars out of four is the best. I can give Conan the destroyer. Probably the best. Almost anybody should give it. Even though Roger Ebert gave it three stars now before I leave here I do want to say a few words. About where the franchise kind of went after this and why. They didn't come up with another movie. Because despite its financial success pretty much ended here now several months before the release of Conan the destroyer. They knew it was not going to be the blockbuster. They thought it could be Schwarzenegger agreed to help. Dila rentis get funding for another film. He was making almost concurrently called Red Sonja. Now Raton Sonja. The title character also comes from the Robert e Howard stories where she's called Red Sonja of rogue it. No and Sonia was a swashbuckling character. That was altered from her sixteenth century. Setting in the Robert e Howard's story to the Hibernian Age and popularized in comics by screenwriter Roy. Thomas in the pages of Conan the barbarian comic book for Marvel but for legal reasons to character Schwarzenegger portrays in red. Sonja would be Conan in everything but his name that relegates it to being kind of an unofficial spinoff Conan and for what it's worth it's going to be the film. I'm going to be discussing on next episode so check out one thousand nine hundred five Red Sonja if you haven't seen it ready to get prepared for the review. Now plans were for Schwarzenegger to continue to make three additional CONAN sequels because they were still lucrative universal pictures seen all in the added the adventures of CONAN attraction to its theme park into did very well. They purchased the film rights to all of the CONAN stories in anticipation for continuing including those not written by Robert. Howard but Schwarzenegger was souring on the films. He felt the alienated the Fan. Base by trying to broaden CONAN's appeal and Dino Delicious. He never really understood the character anyway or fantasy films in general. They were his biggest busts at the box office. For the most part so he really didn't care that much about continuing beyond commissioning a script for Conan three by car wagner that never really developed now in the early nineteen nineties Charles Edward Pogue. He was visiting Della Rentis actually Raphael and he thought they could do proper Conan story. He had some ideas in mind. Those ideas ended up turning into a story treatment. That universal pictures did green light entitled Conan the conqueror however Schwarzenegger's reticence to return to property caused universal to have to make changes to the main character because they thought that people would not accepting new CONAN CONAN became king call which was another robbery. Howard grazing call the conqueror and that bill the conqueror was released in the end in one. Thousand nine hundred. Seven starring not Schwarzenegger but TV actor. Kevin Sorbo Charles. Edward pogue script ended up not getting utilized for that project. Though John Milius he attended to return to the series he made a lot of noise on resurrecting the property as early as two thousand one with his script called King Conan crown of iron. He was going to be doing this for the House keys. And it was in development for a few years before which Hausky started losing their clout in the business. Robert Rodriguez ended up taking over the project for a few years when John milius abandoned it. But by this time. Arnold Schwarzenegger was governor of California. And he was going to be unavailable for white along time. So interest in that script ended up dying. Especially after Conan. Got A reboot in twenty eleven that star Jason. Momoa that flop at the box office. Pretty Big in twenty twelve though producer. Chris Morgan attempted to bring a nother CONAN project. Called the legend of Conan to the big screen and Schwarzenegger was interested in returning because he was done being governor California and was looking to strike back in the business. That was described by Morgan as a source re riff on. Clint Eastwood's unforgiven the older Conan looking back upon his life and his regrets. But after years of development hell universal scrapped the plans in two thousand seventeen because the budget was going to be pretty high and CONAN seemed to have questionable relevance in the more modern era and Schwarzenegger was not the box office. Dominator that he once was in his past. So there's still a lot of talk out there. That Schwarzenegger will return as Conan in one form or another but it continues to be in development. Hell even to this day. You can still find stories of him being interested in waiting for another project to get into. But I don't know I don't hold out a lot of hope at this point but you never know what's going to happen so that's where I will leave it for now. If you have your thoughts on Conan the destroyer that you want to impart to me or Conan the barbarian you can find all my contact information on my website links to my twitter feed facebook. Page instagram my email. Those ways are adequate to get in touch with me and let me know what you think of these movies and also any suggestions that you have for the show or any movies that haven't covered that you want to see me get sometime in our lifetimes quips dot is where to go for all of the details on that as I mentioned Red Sonja for next week and until next time thanks for joining me on this trip around the world eighties movies..
"fleischer" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies
"Wasn't going to shy away like millions did from giving Conan dialogue and emotional moments. Because he actually didn't feel at this point that his lead actors performance would detract from the adventure at hand. The title changed from Conan King of thieves at that point to Conan the destroyer because Arnold Schwarzenegger complained that Conan was really not a thief. He doesn't sneak around to steal the treasure. He really just goes up and takes what he wants. He doesn't worry that it's going to get him into trouble. And the destroyer seemed more fitting to the naming convention of the books. A lot of the books that were compiled Robert e Howard stories started with Conan the and then another word to describe him and also Conan usually leaves rebel in his wake so the destroyer seemed appropriate. The plot involves this power hungry. Queen named Tara amounts of shadows are played by Sara Douglass tariffs offers CONAN a bargain. She's going to resurrect his dead lover from the first film. Valeria bring back actually a character from the first film. She's going to resurrect her if he completes a special mission. Conan is to assist with the protection of tear. Mrs Niece this young Virgin Princess named Jenna played by Olivia Dabo. Jenna is going to travel with her bodyguard. Bata play by Wilt Chamberlain to venture into this mystical castle to retrieve a key in the form of a magic jewel called the heart of Armand that by prophecy. Only someone who bears the distinctive? Mark like Jenna can touch and this key is going to unlock a fabled horn that promises to bring the dorm dreamer. God Dig off to the mortal realm. The twist here is that at the end of the quest. Jen is going to be a sacrificial offering to dig off and Conan and his friends are going to die as well now. These friends that accompany cone include the Great Wizard Kiro. That's Mako appeared in the first film pretty much in the same character. The Agile Warrior named Zula play by Grace Jones and CONAN's comical site kick Malik. The thief played tracey. Walter Schwarzenegger felt it was just a mistake to make a PG rated CONAN adventure because in trying to broaden the film's appeal. They were taking away. The vitality the true nature of the character who is a warrior who continually engages in violent battles Fleischer. Here is upping the juvenile delivery for the younger audiences. He wants to branch the franchise out to kids who are either reading the comic books or they love pro wrestling matches or they liked the tomb. Raiding Adventures of Indiana Jones or similar premises like very popular television fair like the masters of the universe filming took place at various locations in Mexico. Where the peso's value had been at an all-time low into further. Save money some of the staging for diller antithesis Dune which was being made at the same time near the same place they were also used for Conan the destroyer while retaining a lot of the same crew to work on both films and as Dune became much more expensive de la Renta's ended up slashing the budget unfortunately for Conan several times in the in the end the film carried only a modest sixteen million dollar budget. That was less than even the first film which was much more of a gamble. Schwarzenegger here is decidedly more defined. In his physique in the sequel he reduced body fat and he added much more muscle weight and that was because Fleischer did not hold themselves to the kind of commitment to realism. That John Milius did for the first film last year when he first started working on the film. He was invited by Schwarzenegger up to his house to see him train. With using a sword things went without a hitch in the demonstration. Pleasure was very impressed with his physical talents but he did have one request after watching him. He felt that the first movie really did not utilize Arnold Physique enough. He looked more like a powerful version of an average man. This film he felt should spotlight. Arnold's chiseled frame in all its glory for as much as it can and Conan is going to be much more powerful. Fleischer felt that people would want to look at Arnold's body as much as they could so he had conan where as little as possible throughout the movie now the acting in Conan the destroyer is a major liability. And that's pretty typical of early. Schwarzenegger vehicles this liability is pretty evident whenever you see former NBA Great Wilt Chamberlain on the screen. He was really cast solely for his physical stature. Heat stands at a towering seven foot one inch tall. He doesn't have a lot of ability to emotion really. He doesn't even try to the ones Nag there. Though there weren't any horses that were tall enough for wilt to be able to sit on without his feet completely dragging on the ground in Mexico so they ended up importing another horse that was much taller from Spain. And one funny thing that would come out later we'll chamberlain claimed to have bedded over twenty thousand women in his life so looking at it nowadays. You can't help but find humor in the fact that Chamberlain play someone protecting the virginity of this princess as far as why. He's not tempted. There's this explanatory scene of Bomba being a eunuch. That ended up getting taken out of the script. But it does remain in the novelization. If you should read it now Fleischer felt that Chamberlain was a tremendous physical presence but he was too self conscious in front of the camera so he decided Lee steered giving Bombarda anything that would require lengthy dialogue or any kind of emotional range and that left the role merely as just a physical presence and a plot device that was going to break out in the climax as far as other casting concerned model and event guard singer Grace Jones. She does play the fierce warrior. Thief named Zula Zula happens to be a character created by Roy Thomas for the Conan the barbarian comic book but he was a man in the print form but they thought great would make a good fit here. They used the name Zula in the script as a placeholder until they could come up with something better but the producers liked the name so it stuck Zuahir Represents Grace Jones first significant acting role in anything other than some obscure Italian films. Jones turned down Conan for six months while she was pursuing another Italian movie. This one made by the nephew of Dino Diller rentis ultimately she accepted the role for Konan because the other project fell through a Grace Jones provides a uniquely feral look and a good physicality even if the role lacks dimension. She became overly enthusiastic during her battle. Sequences famous leave. She hit the stunt people hard with eight foot fighting stick and that caused them to have to put on a lot of extra padding whenever they did seen with her. She tampered any bruises with a kiss afterward. Though now one person who didn't get a kiss was wilt chamberlain. Grace Jones bit his ear hard in one scene enough to draw blood although people on the set. We're not surprised that this happened. Because she and wilt bitterly argued the entire time that they were on the set the Sarah. Douglas Chews the scenery as the evil sorceress. Terrorists Sarah Douglas had turned down the role six times before she told de la. Renta's finally yes but it was only because she had heard that her friend Grace Jones was going to be in the picture so she wanted to movie with her friend tariffs was supposed to be a much more sympathetic character than she appears in the final product because all of her redeeming qualities ended up on the cutting room floor. They were trying to trim down the film to a close to a ninety minute film as he could although. It seems unlikely. If you're watching this film in its current state. She did film a steamy love scene with CONAN. That was meant to be put in the film. I ended up getting trimmed out not only for time but to try to maintain that PG rating other scenes that were cut out terms involve involve such things as seducing the day Gov statue with some stroking and and slapping around bombarda very violently in one scene and she also performs the sacrifice of her niece. Now that nieces play by thirteen-year-old. Olivia Dabo. She's is basically whenever I. If not her first one of her first roles she's very fetching. As this young princess with an eye for Conan one of the only man she's ever laid eyes on in her virginal lifetime now. The young actress gives I think the closest thing that the film has toward delivering a nuanced performance. But she I feel undeservedly received a Razzie nomination actually two razzie nominations one for worst supporting actress and one for worst. New Star for her turn in this film as well as in Bolero. I have a feeling that Bolero was the one that really stunk up. All of the razzies but I like her in this film. I know a lot of people may find.
Coronavirus pandemic triggers spike in gun sales
"News we've seen the long lines in the empty shelves at grocery stores across the DMB but those aren't the only items in demand a Virginia gun store owners telling NBC four investigative reporter Jodie Fleischer that sales have spiked since the virus hit our area gun store owner Kurt Sebastian says fear and uncertainty surrounding the corona virus in supply chain concerns have more than doubled sales that is to northern Virginia locations statewide data since the first case was announced here shows a forty five percent increase in requests for background checks over this time last year see what else customers say maybe driving the buying spree today on news four
Can Voice AI have Emotional Intelligence? Feat. Rana Gujral CEO of Behavioral Signals
"I WANNA start off with a recent study that was done by Michael Krause of Yale. University and his research contended that the voice including both speech content and the linguistic impera linguistic vocal cues meaning hitch cadence speed and volume that accompany. It is a particularly powerful channel for perceiving the emotions of others and so he wrote that this assertion supports the central prediction tested in these studies. That voice only communication enhances empathetic relative to communication across senses. Can you speak to this at all? Why are we able to detect more empathy through voice? Yeah for sure. So first off a Weiss's are very bar. Fleischer of deducing the emotional state of mind more so than people understand and this study in particular by Professor Krausz is incredibly interesting. So let's talk a little bit about what he actually did. So basically he took a video feed of interaction and obviously there was audio as well and he turned the video off a just tried to measure the emotion based on simply the audio alone. Andy benchmark that I and he then turned up your back on and realize that you're looking at two data points. You're looking at the audio but you're also looking at the facial and you would expect that the read on emotions would become more accurate. But when he found was that it became actually less accurate and he was really surprised by that. And that's sort of pieces of the study and so thou sort of the whole study which minute think. Why is it that when I'm looking at both the visual and audio I'm actually getting a lesser read than men? I'm looking at just the audio. And so what he found was that as humans very adept at master emotions to facial expressions or not really very good at doing the same throughout the tone of voice. So if you just queuing in onto the tone of voice which is just listening to somebody on the phone. You actually have a better read on the emotional state of mind than when you're looking at the person enlisting to that and the reason that is is we sent out a lot of false alerts from facial expressions and bathrobes us off so although I'm sensing somebody something in someone's voice a facial expressions tell me otherwise and that's sort the interesting part of this whole study and so for us. The high quality data is voiced data in a variety of the use cases. We apply ourselves to provide us with a lot of data like call sanders contact centers including interactions virtual assistance where there's no visual feedback available. So not only. Is it more accurate to focus on waste but for us this more data available on voices visual data and then it adds to the accuracy? 'cause data leads to better outcomes and so those bandages provide us with a compelling differentiation from competitors because focus exclusively voice. That's kind of what we do. And the founders of this company have been researching the space for over twenty years. A lot of work has gone into the analysis poison reactions as well as the Bushland vehicles did apply behind the Watson Rashes yet and it's funny because when I read that study this was actually not the first time I've heard someone. Tell me that I had a psychologist years ago. That you can. Actually you get more honesty and more truth than a person from their voice than you do by seeing them which brings to the point right when you're talking to people sometimes. Somebody's talking to you and you're like I'm feeling this now like no no no. That's not what I'm saying like something feels off and I'm curious like do you think that that is the truth like whatever you're feeling from someone else or is that our own perception. No I think you perceptions accurate for the most part the feeling which you are. Deducing is based on a variety of factors. And I'm in. Your mind is processing the words but there's a lot more processing that's going on behind the scenes. You're doing off on the pitch on total variance in your acuity golf on the emphasis behind certain words. So let's take quick example if I ask you a simple question and You respond to be with a quick simple response. But I sent sarcasm in your voice. I'm going to take that into consideration right. Not just what you're saying how you're responding to me a what responding to me but how you're responding to me matters to me a lot because I understand your state of mind or I get a sense of his State of mind and that Jews into better. You mean what you're saying are not are you relating to my point of view So it's incredibly yes. I am personally faster by because I love this kind of psychology communication space with your company behavioral signals. Your team is answering the question. Can Machines be intelligent without emotions? What do you think about this? This is my favorite question. Because it's like it's got so many different layers to this question so I believe there are two parts to this question. I I is better. Machines can really be emotionally intelligent and the second part is whether there should be and that's a question which I guess asselot resist ethical or is from morality standpoint. Is that the right thing to do. So let's take those rights for the first part machines definitely. Can I mean one of the things that he is focused on is getting machine to do things that humans are just better at doing today but machine software systems inanimate system where you are call them they have their own superpowers for example they can process? Huge amounts of data and compute power can be dedicated to a specific task but as humans. We are distracted by a lot of different things. So you have those capabilities in a machine that can be leveraged to bring intelligent use cases to a picture and we're seeing now what we're seeing now is we're interacting with machines. Orrin bar and it's not just delegating tasks for a machine to do but actually interacting with the machine and talking to it for example we were talking about earlier like when it comes to churchill assistance like Google Assistant Alexa. Cortana were literally treating these inanimate entities as a human substitute bedridden directing that machines through Royce. We need to understand how interacted all humans? And when I'm interacting with you. I'm just saying something to me and I'm saying something back. I'm not just chewing on what you're saying. I'm also queuing on how you're saying it and trying to empathize with your cognitive state of mind and your feelings your emotions behind the words you're using and so when we're GONNA go back to the whole equation but machines I mean that erections best thing between human and machine and as a result a lot of these interactions don't really have a superior use case they're just very transactional and our goal is to provide the ability to these machines to be as good as humans than processing affect twitches or the technical term of emotion s and emotional state of mind so that they could be more relatable and how much more user engage experience for the fellow and it can be and there's a need to be for machines to be emotionally aware. Now let's tackle the should question and that's a little bit more complicated so in a way this touches on morality and I think morality is a tough question. And I don't know if I'm equipped to judge that personally but I would say that. The technology moralities are on proper disclosures about making a choice on your behalf right so by giving you the choice to experience what you want and don't want but there it serves the greater good or one-sided purpose if it is towards a one-sided purpose than yes. You're tampering on morality but if it's for a larger good that you're in the right direction but anything else you'd have a sense of discipline to be able to understand those subtle differences. Let's think about one particular thing so while we can bet on is that we are going to depend on machines more and more and that is something which is given and the second thing that we can bet on is. That machines are going to be more and more intelligence. And that's already starting to happen but if you sort of agree to those Detroit's Andy agreed Troops in mind would rather have a machine that you're interacting with and depending on which is very very intelligent emotionally aware or not emotionally aware and so that is a question when he draws ourselves to. How would you respond to that human question and that human contact's but if you think about that in the human contact me if you have a human who you depend on and who's very intelligent but is not emotionally aware? Well that is the clinical definition of psychopath. I mean so. It would be one machine cycle PATs. I want I in my emotionally. Intelligent machine would typically be more ethical and fairer rather than very diligent machine. You depend on. Who has no ability to process emotions? So that's how I feel and that's where we believe in
Search Standards: Complaints About How Washington DC Police Search Suspects
"Four investigative reporter Jodie Fleischer uncovers complaints about police searches that some say go way too far their body searches police say are critical for safety but the news four I. team has uncovered complaints alleging eighteen police officers wrongly performed invasive searches of people while making arrests see the body camera footage in complaints now raising serious questions about the department's search policy and officer training one year after changes were
Breaking Down Bloomberg's First Debate
"Up on today's podcast. The ninth and possibly the liveliest democratic debate in Las Vegas. This was the first debate performance for Michael Bloomberg and the other candidates came out swinging. I like to talk about who were running against a billionaire who calls women fat broads and horseface lesbians and no. I'm not talking about Donald Trump. I'm talking about Mayor Bloomberg. It was also the first chance for Bloomberg to respond to criticism on the public stage. Here's an exchange with Senator Elizabeth Warren as she pressed him to release women employees from nondisclosure agreements that prevent them from talking about sexual harassment and discrimination in the workplace. I hope you heard what is defense was. I've been nice to some women. The mayor has to stand on his record and what we need to know. Exactly what's lurking out there? He has gotten some number of women. Dozens who knows to sign nondisclosure agreements. Both for sexual harassment and for gender discrimination in the workplace. So Mr Are you willing to release all of those women from those nondisclosure agreements? So we can hear their side of the story. We have a very few nondisclosure agreements. How many finish. How many of them accused me of doing anything? Other than maybe. They didn't like joke. I told and let me let me play agreements between two parties. That wanted to keep it quiet and that's up to them. They signed those agreements and we'll live with taxes you know from all sides and just want to show everybody a quick exchange between Bernie Sanders and Mike Bloomberg believed it Democratic Socialists. Working People not billion as healthcare for all educational opportunities. Chopstick we have the best known socialists. In the country happens to be a millionaire with three houses. But I miss here. Well you'll still work in Washington housewives. The first problem live in Burlington House too. That's good and like thousands of other Vermont. Subba cap to give me for that whereas your home which talks which tax haven New York New York City. Thank you very much on my taxes. And I'm happy to do it because I get something for. Bloomberg also drew negative reaction from the audience for his comments on releasing his tax retur variously transparency Mayor Bloomberg. Your campaign has said that he would eventually release your tax records when it comes to transparency but people are already voting now why should Democratic voters have to wait? It just takes us a long time unfortunately or fortunately fortunately I make a lot of money and we business all around the world and we are preparing. The number of pages will probably be the thousands of pages. I can't go to turbo tax but I put up my tax return every year for twelve years in City Hall. We will put out this one. It says tells everybody everything they need to know about every investments that I make and where the money goes and the biggest item is all the money I give away and we list that every single donation I make and you can get that from our from our foundation anytime you want. And this was Bloomberg's response to whether he supported Senator Bernie Sanders proposal. That would require all large companies to turn over up to twenty percent of their ownership to employees overtime absolutely not. I can't think of a ways that would make it easier for Donald Trump to get reelected and listening to this conversation ridiculous. We're not going to throw out capitalism. We tried that other countries tried that was called Communism and it just didn't work again. That was an answer that actually agreed with. There was some people who said that's not the answer you given a Democratic primary. That it's an answer you would give if you were in the actual campaign against president trump but that was the one that really resonated with me with. Yeah okay. Honest answer on that part of Ari Fleischer on twitter last night tweet aways going on saying that. He couldn't fathom how the whole Party that nobody in the party when they're asking their capitalism everybody's there with the exception maybe of Mayor Bloomberg I think Amy Klobuchar also said that she was a capitalist of believe in capitalism. But you know you know how everybody gone mad that this is just not what it is but by the way I mean Look Bernie. Sanders calls himself a socialist. Whether it's a democratic socialist or whatever you WANNA call the it's strange led a little bit of circa firing squad feel for me or someone said a gun fight in a lifeboat or something like that. But but what what I'm coming to realize is that Bernie is in the stage. Yep He's got grassroots. He Does Sport. And these people are gonNA turn out and if he just keeps winning and winning and winning. I don't know what you do. There's a difference between the democratic establishment and millions of of Democrats. That are voting for him. And you can't just say no. We don't like the way this looks so we don't like our prospect and who knows what the prospects really are. You never knew. He may have some people think he might one four years ago if he so. I've always been a Bernie Bro and BRO now. Well no Birdie Bro. If I had to pick I'm not sure at this point I immediately came in and I said to you this morning. What else you got sick Bernie because you think that makes it better or ascribe any type of weird and just let's is beyond her hand in a while snow but seriously that's the sixty came up. You got anything got anybody else you got it. We're shoulders Howard Schultz. Is he done? He's definitely divall Patrick and he come back and Bloomberg's campaign seemed to acknowledge his difficulty with this last night. I think he got better at the end to answer at the end was a fairly strong answer. His campaign said he's just warming. I mean the. What's the the reason the night? By the way do you know Neil Patel? We've had on the program. The rights that that Bloomberg is the gap that Bloomberg's performance the gap between an influence or marketing campaign and putting an actual product in front of reviewers. And I thought that captured beautifully Ashley happening here and I think it is online he. He's you know if you had sixty billion dollars you really do start thinking that you just might us man and when it comes to the woman whatever you want to say it but when it comes down when when the rubber meets the road you really do have to debate and you need to be good and fast and strong and all those things none of which and I started feeling. Sorry for he did. Have everybody coming after is not something we really happy. Start Feeling. Sorry for him. But there's an old adage in its most Jewish things don't ever feel sorry for someone has a Gulfstream jet. You just never never feel sorry for someone who has a g six V you just. Shouldn't I mean there could be things that happened? They can always fall. But you still felt sorry for. It'd be because as you know and I've said it a million times. Maybe he's not a great debater isn't clearly but if you look at what? I what he did in the city in the public sector and then the private sector. We're different we're different on what we think is competent and a nanny. State to me is competent. Well no no. Other major initiatives took it was. Well run under Giuliani to look at him now than in your eyes. I mean you think he's like a lunatic. Look let's just leave it at Bernie Bro- stick with that. He's in the center. He's at fifty eight percent. Something on League dictums on CNBC earlier. This week I don't know if it was yesterday the day before and I guess. He said that he thinks. Bernie Sanders bigger threat to the markets. Then they'd run a virus and your lights night's performance. You wonder if there's anybody who's GonNa stop along the way but the market and took the Marlboros. Go UP THE STRONGER. He gets because he's a could be another McGovern. I'm not I'm not coming out of my no. Well we know what you think but put the markets aside. Let's Talk Real Economy Bernie Sanders. Wins Your CEO in America. You're see on America's because this to me is really to one thing Mike Bloomberg was right about okay. Bernie can't win but no I'm saying if Bernie wins I think that every ceiling American not to Bernie San monkeys flat out of my reread to leave the set. Look by the way people can carry where he says the same thing trump right and even even two months before he won. People would don't really you don't really think that's the same thing. No I'm not saying it's health your honest opinion of what is Bernie's if you had to bet all your money on what. What are his chances for winning? Is it twenty five percent? Do you think it's that high winning? In general winning in the general we in the journey and the general third no more than you think a third see. I think that's I don't think it's a third what was weird less gets overwhelming at all. No I think it's I think in becomes very what would there have to be more. I don't know what would happen. He'd have to be the nominee and something else anyway. Joining us right now with reaction to last night's debate pollster and political strategist frank. Bunce FRANK WANNA get your action to all of this. I think the whole night was challenging moment. I WANNA take you back to two thousand twelve when Rick. Perry was moving three or four points a week in the race against Mitt Romney. He participates in the first debate. And he's destroyed and it ends his candidacy. I think Mike Bloomberg we will look back at this debate potentially as the beginning of the end because he did not come across as prepared and more importantly I don't think captured the tone of the audience that he doesn't understand that there are more women than men who are Democrats that they don't like this Aggressive behavior and I don't think in Blooberg defense of capitalism against socialism. He doesn't realize that. So many Democrats prioritize socialism over Frank. I WanNa ask you about the preparedness issue. Because he I know we'll say he only got into this campaign ten ten weeks ago but he's been preparing for this for a very very long time. How could he not have been more prepared? Well and what were the right answers to some of these questions? Well I so I want viewers to know that I did work for Bloomberg in two thousand one and back then. He doesn't like language. He doesn't like debates he doesn't like that. Kinda give and take that's not what he's about. The problem is it's what the Democrats are about and he should've known that these candidates who are going to take him on frankly. I don't know what the response is for the challenge about the nondisclosure agreements in terms of capitalism vs socialism. He's GonNa Remember. You should know that. The average Democrat is working class. The average Democrat is middle income and having a capitalism vs socialism debate among the average Democrat. Bloomberg's GonNa lose that and Bernie Sanders and the reason why is leading right now is going to win that contest. Frank do you believe Bloomberg will follow through on his promise to spend another half a billion dollars defeating Donald Trump on one of these people that just you know completely eviscerated him last night. Have you think once he realized you just said maybe it's the beginning of the end of his candidacy? He sees it. He's not going to be the candidate. Will he follow through and spend another four or five hundred million dollars on somebody else well? He's not done because we still have a South Carolina debate coming up and Super Tuesday. If you look at the state by state polling Bloomberg is actually taken the lead in some of these states doesn't if you said that it's probably the beginning of the end it was. Do you believe he will follow through and spend his money to defeat? Donald Trump by backing Bernie sanders or the eventual nominee is. Do you believe he'll do? I think Mike Bloomberg will have a problem backing Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren because he simply disagrees with them ideologically on their economic last night's performance by Elizabeth. Warren puts her back in the game in a way that she might not have been just Twenty four hours ago. I'm going to surprise you but my answer is no because I don't like Democrats attacking Democrats they want you to focus on donald trump but that's what Bernie Sanders has been doing so successfully and he seems to be the runner. And that's exactly. Why is the Front runner and Elizabeth Warren Attacking Buddha judge as well as Bloomberg? I don't think that sits well with the average Democrat. I'm will tell you know. Sandra has been attacking his his competitors in this race. No He's been speaking clearly and loudly and pronounce way in a position that for the center of the Democratic Party. And they like what he's saying and he is going to trump more than the rest of them I think last night was a good good debate night for Sanders because he clearly articulated a point of view that none of you may agree with but for the center of the Democratic Party. Remember this is not the center of America for the center of the Democratic Party Bernie. Sanders speaks to them. He's emotional he's passionate and it's the reason why he's now the front runner and what we got to run but what happens if if he is the nominee against trump given what you know given what okay. What are your odds for the first time ever ever on a TV program? I will say that trump will have the narrowest of advantages narrowest inch. Yes that's all that's all this going to be a brawl. It's going to be ugly selection ever and even though centers outside the mainstream the press will protect him. The media does not want trump elected. It will come down to election day. Okay Frank clots with an interesting perspective. Great to see this morning. Thank you thank
"fleischer" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Three supplies passion Fleischer and all the stuff of great espionage we're finding out about a secret relationship between the C. I. A. and then encryption company that was a state secret for decades you're listening to Saturday night on the circle I'm your host Ethan Hatcher and I'm joined by Dr David professor of political science at the university of Indianapolis okay doctor Ruth crypto AG is the name of this company it was established in Switzerland and it got one of its first financial breaks making these devices for the United States these encryption devices in World War two and that's when they established their relevancy business see this was a company that had more importance in mechanical based age apparently than a digital based age and subsequently the C. I. A. surreptitiously bought this corporation established and functioning in Switzerland their clients included India included Pakistan included Iran included many clients in the European Union it did not manage to break through the eastern block because Russia and China suspected the company's ties to the west end is turns out they were correct so for decades throughout the nineteen sixties that nineteen seventies through the nineteen eighties and then all as they were declining in the nineties and then through the two thousand and twenty ten the C. I. A. had control and it with any any any incorrect information that was sent between allies or enemies over devices that were owned by cryptic older provided by crypto AG we had Intel on that that's nice yeah so that's pretty crazy seven were just now finding out about it because of course the the the company has no more relevance in the modern age and the Swiss government announced on Tuesday that they are now going to be investigating the ties between this corporation and the CIA and they revoke their expert license so particular reason why more because apparently Swiss cover did know about what we were we were doing so yeah I mean if anything unless you know that the CIA is very successful yeah I don't know of I mean a horizontal line on me well I mean the the spine and everybody that's that's what they were that the FBI spies on you the CIA spies and everybody else okay that that's the the deliberate that delineation of tasks some but what you tell me some is looking at me amber is looking a year even though I'm not interesting I mean there there we live in Orwellian times doctorate I mean there are cameras that follow you around there's a G. P. S. thing on your phone the traces your movements I mean you know these days there's very the illusion of privacy is growing ever more than yeah there is no such thing as privacy okay now there is one other thing that we wanted to cover there was a little blip in the news that was kinda interesting Tom Starfire was rumored to be dropping out of the democratic al you bought this one full full full full as he texted me that he yeah I'd I'd like one well because that was that was already in Tom sire dropped out and of course he immediately Quelch that rumor said no I'm staying in for the long run you know where we're gonna make the best the best go things that we can but the one that I that I didn't get wrong and the one that did turn out to be true Andrew yeah has left us he.
School administrator who dressed as a flasher for Halloween faces demotion and a $44,000 pay cut
"Merry Coker works for the Broward county public schools got dressed up for a Halloween party for the district staff customers very realistic Fleischer outfit was witnesses said you couldn't tell she was really naked or not when she flashed open her rain coat after seeing the reactions of her co workers she asked everyone to delete the pictures they were taking but too late also at least two kids caught her in the act he's now facing a demotion and a forty four thousand dollar a year pay cut which means should only be making a hundred and ten thousand dollars a year down there working as director of warehousing services for the public school system
Weekend Racing Preview | Randwick and Moonee Valley | Aug 24
"Hello and welcome to everybody three wide no cover. I'm your host. Nathan branco white to get into some racing action on the weekend is welcoming to esteemed colleagues in one of us has a new job title. One of us has a very new job title. He's become a brand ambassador. Lock myself lock salmon julian the real worries the new tunnel the brand ambassador because you have billion form analyst up until nabet net not beat around brand ambassadors and there's a lot of work and day talia yesterday. It's not good. It's i'm not going to be probably up to the lead up to the lofty expectations. Are you guys have but we'll see how we got but i'll be still doing have you changed your email student to say brandon better than i have actually had an email l. signature so now that will and thirteenth group one winning jockey solomon muscial. He's getting fuel. Oh boy the the show punk it up a little bit but that's all the i ten weeks of best as well and josie that you've understand that you've stepped up and congratulations on the new title stepped up from the trading floor. You've all your trading jacket in us selling and watches and things on the wii ideal fleischer jacket and that we can apple brother add on the show larry go. Let's get into the report jus. You're gonna look at turkey because obviously you got. The wing stikes group on rising up in sydney. I grew one of the rising season ran week. We <hes> on i four at four mehta's the entire but expecting beautiful conditions not much wind around estee. We expect that the track to rice really fairly. It'll big tampa relied. It's obviously it's up on spayed going slowly. They're gonna be hard to run dan but i think every host chains but then also in melbourne we go oh to mooney valley rile at full mehta's entire circuit brownie software have at the moment was expecting no ryan today no ryan freud i but ryan on saturday but it might become lighter in the diana from rice's four onwards but on air analysis on al stuff <hes> back in the office inside hugely advantage latest are going to be in the box the hallway around so we've put alexan- basket of bang on spayed. There's a bit of a northerly wind which we in their faces in twelve hundred mehta shoot and coming round the hometown. We'll the home turn it'll be behind them completely but inside and late as big advantage at four maters peseta tom of the with the wind and the weather and the rhine and things changing. How did we get it right at caulfield last week. They want from everywhere yeah. Oh absolutely and i think i think you'll see with your selection. In the first rice the big prize gong wrong to his two forty two three dollars fifty now the reason what peavy was two to forty eight to thirty dollars fifty was the big prize that moved the market. They had similar analysis assist to us. They have probably better analysis with us and i were partying gate one gate to gate throughout the whole day and that's why people was being drifts especially a rice one. They got it wrong. The night tried to change their algorithms which they do because they've got great budget for it but <hes> that were on the train and the train was going the wrong direction gypped <hes> i bet boy that's very very well. When you do get new role sometimes it. It was a few feathers. The fellow tried is handling the affected. You have become a brain best well. They're just pointing at namm side. That's about where i sit with them at the moment now they they're. You got a target on your back too long to get on your
Border Apprehensions Fall for Second Consecutive Month in July
"About so many people change their tune com what Harris Elizabeth Warren once told illegal immigrants get in line and now of course it's a whole different ballgame and and just another note we have seen from the numbers for July have come in for the apprehensions at our southern border they're down we're down to about eighty thousand whereas they had been up to a hundred thirty thousand earlier this year so there's some good numbers we're getting some cooperation from Mexico so good on trump well it it it should be the Democrats ramped up the issue there are electoral stat strategy don't believe me believe ari Fleischer and Victor David Hanson is for the people to come here legally make dreamers out of them make citizens out of them voters out of them and it's hard to argue with that they're doing says is a significant amount of that so they used to be against these policies Chuck Schumer said you don't jail people while they're here you stop them before they get here that's what he said just over a decade ago of course that's all gone they voted for the wall that's all gone and they used to say get in line which by the way is most of our hit our history we we struck people got here illegally it's wrong to say we only have a legal immigration in the past on the other hand we can have the percentage of illegal immigration that we currently do fine point of it is the Democrats this is a new issue for them open borders and it may be in California the question is will it be so in taxes were Sir trying to overturn with that will be in Arizona New Mexico and the state that will decide the election next year because California sad to say going to vote for the Democrat nominee no matter who and how crazy that person as to the question is does the rest of the country in swing states think the open border policy adopted by the Democrats is a bad way to go the polls say most people are against it and and that would be skewed even more if you took California out of the equation in New York so does that show up in Florida Ohio Michigan and
"fleischer" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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"fleischer" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"Crazy Rich Asians" tops US Box Office for third weekend, MI6 tops in Asia
"Urged to call the Long Beach PD's, violent crime detail court appearance. No plea from congressman Duncan Hunter. And his wife who both appeared in a federal courtroom in San Diego. They've been indicted on charges that they spend more than a quarter million dollars in campaign funds on personal expenses. The indictment lists dozens of vacations from two thousand nine to two thousand sixteen when the Republican congressman man
Tributes pour in for John McCain in Vietnam
"A full week of honors or planned for the, Mavericks Senator John McCain in Vietnam where McCain was a prisoner of war. At the infamous had no Hilton people are paying their respects at the US. Embassy in annoy here at home when we left his beloved ranch and corn Ville and, made the drive the Phoenix longtime McCain aide. Mark. Salter, on NBC's today show sorry The roads were lined with people who spontaneously showed up to way flags and put their hands over their hearts to his quite moving. Here at the White House, flags yesterday were at half staff in McCain's honor they, are now back at full staff President Trump's had a long feud with McCain and, did not issue a proclamation ordering that the flags be
Virginia city could be under 17 feet of water in 7 minutes if dam fails
"To get a look into by, OSU trustees, appointed panel current OSU trustees a former Ohio house speaker into former. US attorney will convene to help the university worth through the investigation board members. Alex Fisher Janet porter and, Alex Shumate or on. The panel it also includes former house speaker JoAnn Davidson former deputy attorney general Craigmore furred and former US attorney. Carter Stewart the group will provide consultation and direct the work of the invest Live team Jared, Allen, NewsRadio six ten, WTVN there's a media blackout on the, Ohio State campus when it comes to the urban Meyer case not such a, good idea says MARCY Fleischer with Fleischer communications group she talked with ABC community that isn't going to, stop because they don't get information but on the other side former OSU. Football player will be Stillwell says people at Ohio State. Me to do their work for people to not consider what are what our Justice, system, is, considered a due process at minimum give them due process evacuations are underway in Lynchburg Virginia where, a damn might, fail and flood the city officials are warning people to get a high ground because the heavy rain could cause the, college lake, dam to fail at any time emergency services officials. Say if the dam fails parts, of Lynchburg, could be under seventeen feet of water in just a few minutes. The Trump administration's proposing to roll back Obama era rules that would Require automakers to, produce more. Fuel-efficient cars the White House says those requirements Britain to raise prices on news car new cars, and discouraged sales at the same time ABC Stephanie ebbs covers the. EPA she says the administration claims a fuel efficiency rules could cost lives Trump administration. Is now saying that they, actually think there's a safety argument that that's more important cars have gotten more expensive so people aren't buying new ones they are keeping their old cars or buying used cars on the road for. Longer periods of time. Which they say causes more accidents, and ultimately more traffic deaths so they. Have looked at the environmental benefit and this potential for saving lives are making the roads more safe and they say that that argument actually went out White House, press, secretary Sarah Sanders will, not refute President Trump's claim that the news media is the enemy of the people, Sanders saying in a heated briefing with reporters yesterday it's ironic Jim That not only you and the media attacked the president for his rhetoric when they frequently lower. The level of conversation in this country Sanders also accused the media regularly attacking her personally earlier in the day I daughter. Ivanka Trump said she doesn't believe. News reporters, are the enemy of the people Ohio retailers are participating. Again in the state sales tax holiday which marks its first year being permanent starting today shoppers will not be charged sales..
Trump slams EU over $5 billion fine on Google
"Are suggesting that president for life she thinks he needs to wait until after our midterm elections before, he goes back. To work I think he's, completely wrong about that And the president is quite dissatisfied was she, is lack of a response quite dissatisfied by the way so, am I you know I went to Beijing and, when they came to Washington I was. With. Them and I I know all, the folks in. The Chinese delegation and you know I think he got some legitimate free-trade reformers in that group. But. I think president Xi is stopping it out and I think is. Strategy is wrong yeah now the president. Tweeted this out I told you so the European Union just. Slapped a five billion dollar fine on one of our great companies Google they truly have taken advantage of. The US but not for long do you see relations with is Google they going after Google, to send a message to the president I don't think so okay. I but I don't necessarily know everything and the EU machinery They. Have, gone after as you may know they've gone after apple And they've gone after Ireland where apple has. Its domicile with a twelve and a half percent corporate tax rate I believe that's the lowest in the world's. Even lower than ours. Were at twenty one and. The European Commission they want higher taxes so, they're trying to sue To get Apple's money backs not going to happen. Ireland standing tall now. They're spec to go go A complaint about you know monopolistic or at least ballistic conditions Google's Android cogos androids relationship was Darius apps which are moneymakers as you probably know, more about this than I do are. They using this to get it I don't know I and that's for sure because they've had a very restrictive trade regulatory system. And they're moving in the wrong direction So maybe, there's a link to the upcoming talks but I. I'm not really hearing. That this is a long term. Effort to protect European countries which Brian cannot even remotely compete with American. Technology not even remotely compete I think that here's the problem Larry can't thank you enough. For. Calling in, doing. Twenty. Million, things. Today look forward to, talking to you next week and maybe we can start announcing some deals great thank you Brian wonderful Larry cudlow when we come. Back this guy name Ari Fleischer. Will talk about the communication. Breakdown with the White. House and how they, can fix it from here this is.
County district voted to allow teachers to carry guns in Cody, Wyoming
"Sergei lavrov claims he has results from one of the opcw's contractor laboratories which indicate another nerve agent was also detected be lavrov says moscow doesn't have any that facility speech laboratory in switzerland has refused to comment but independent chemical weapons expert dan cassetta says he believes busy may have been sent along with the novacek as a positive control sample and russia is using that to distort the opcw conclusions for npr news i'm teri schultz county school district in cody wyoming has voted to allow teachers to carry guns this comes after a long debate in a state that has one of the highest rates of gun ownership in the us wyoming public radio's communiqu kudelski has more during the board meeting last minute changes were made to number of training hours teachers will have to go through annually in order to carry a gun in school according to the county sheriff recommendation board members change the minimum requirement of training from twelve hours to eighteen flint fleischer is a father of two kids in the district he says in cody you're constantly surrounded by people carrying guns in public i feel more comfortable being around these teachers with guns than i do a lot of the other people just because they they've gone through it they they know what they're supposed to be done in addition to training teachers that apply to carry we'll have to pass a psychological evaluation and a drug and alcohol test this is the second school district in wyoming to let its teachers be armed for npr news i'm camilo adults getting cudi wyoming you're listening to npr news from washington the white house says president trump will welcome german chancellor angela merkel to the white house on friday april twentyseventh earlier in the week on tuesday the twenty four th president trump is already scheduled to welcome french president emmanuel macron to the white house a.
"fleischer" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"But it's still shocking today we've got some other classes from the seventies like the godfather the exorcist you show them to people today and of course they still classics but the no longer really shocking that's been talked banding go has not been talked when you watch something like that today show mandingoes who are young film buff or they're going to be surprised by because they are not seen anything like that before you know nobody else had taken that material in topped it made it more shocking than it is the very first mendan go i have to admit that aver the years i've never quite understood how how critics over the years missed the boat on mending though i mean i actually think that fleischer a richard fleischer directed the film i guess sometimes people forget that i mean he's he won his one in only oskar four a documentary i think throughout much of his career is director he did actually approach his subjects and his films with the i m documentarian and you know when you think about you know his is work on films like the narrow margin or even his really stunning examinations of real life serial killers in ten religion place over the boston strangler even compulsion i mean he always trained his camera on the dramatics by focusing in i actually think a very straightforward fashion on the mechanics of his subjects and he he almost editorialized by non editorialize it and even though mendan go has melodramatic aspects to the story itself i actually think it's played very very straight this whole notion of.
"fleischer" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"In years past on there was this so what was a horse fleischer back in the 1800s where he he recommended people to each mel full of food forty and as you forget about the counting the times you need to cheer a piece of food or whatever's in your mouth but the main thing is to have it liquefied before you swallow it if liquefied that means that you know because some i mean apply maybe you only have to cure at twice or three times but at the peace a steak or uh some uh brad or so you know other foods day yeah they might take joint ten or twenty choose to to uh have a liquefied in your mouth because he put you on and guy four right because the the enzymes in the saliva that thailand is with what starts to break down the starch and that's why you know if you pick a piece of people can can try this and they'll be surprised but you can put a piece of bread in your mouth and just let it dissolve in your saliva you know instead of offering an swallowing it and you'll you'll find that you'll experience that sweetness that comes out after a period of time that wasn't there when it when you first put it in your mouth so that just a little no ta now the rich is all you through this morning the biggest right right exactly okay so let's move on to we just have matter minutes left dead dairy products and eggs in our dairy products that they often get a bad rap and sometimes rightly so but what's your view on uh on eating gary price cheeses melcan things people don't belong here here there was some people using planned then i or something and they say you hate to know who is a month in all now at one on one of the eggs said i don't recommend people eat.
"fleischer" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"Our fleischer for kitazawa he think he's all black boy you look lookalikes halo ally i guess now these there may be but i like it's so funny when you saw towards hardware your mom and your data is like i don't know why i thought this blows i goes does i i picked sugar dad a picture your dad is like a like a real man you know like a like the great old black over blackman others gray hands and just like the hand tells a story on the grabez at aquis you're like them kiet's own up up i think i romanticise being black k my head i don't know why i'm doing this bit right now about this i've been thinking about you all weekend so doing this bit a follow this guy one time i don't know if i am i don't think i'm bill told my special uh about this this black either his premise was that uh black kids aren't affected by the same afflictions why kids are afflicted by his wife who will make him up for instance autism dyslexia and add those are made up white people diseases and uh it was a true story i was at a black club and he was doing this was murdering hainault plaque key again no add momma smack yana battery as as add medicine bitch and ainhoa bragging again no dyslexia hey no judge dana dyslexia mama's by your backyard android desert dyslexia medicine bitch and i got up on stage after him and i was like oh heather are warming a little footnote because allah's dyslexic my daughter i was wondering afoot known your act um.
"fleischer" Discussed on Ridiculous History
"Sorry prime minister has to them to have those who belong beck says he found fleischer pulled a yeah come could nice displayed during the last time to the enough time he has to have the domi songs o'day tone zone sounds sanjeed pretty vatana beautiful right speaking of renaissance men zigzag course adding there and of course ben franklin is probably going to be a recurring character in these story of ridiculous history because he got up to some really weird stuff he was a kinks twer yes yes soon as geeks mr hughes fan of air baths people found skeletons our air baths yeah zelic airbnb it could be an airbnb okay it's it's you know it's a reclining in the buff bathing in the air he's hanging out nato oh okay and i just call it streaking it was a different time for a he also me improvements to something called the glass are monica which sounds super spooky and skeletons were found under one of his old abodes not in his closet though no no no nine is clause he was legit he was legit if anything they're probably medical experiments but that's a story you and i will have to research for a another day in the meantime we'd like to hear from you if you're listening to this i'm going to go out on a limb and say that goo proudly right stuff in english what's improvements would you make to the english language and hey if you happen to have invented your own improved english alphabet.
"fleischer" Discussed on KGO 810
"Fleischer do i mean i i'm hungry fit food fun time that's some food gets if what i got a bunch of things of giving away right now to how does that sound sounds good to me it's not my stuff i love given away other blood exactly our give me a couple of minutes i'm going to give away a four pack of tickets to the thirtieth annual manufacturers rv chefs give me a couple minutes and we've got some new a no foods gift code to give away as well three i do all of that but i wanna just because this popped up in whatever one of my new sources today i was like you know i was never in two artichokes until i moved out here and like live do you know near artichoke fields yeah and i love artichoke state did you know i mean they is there but i have one like cautionary note that i had never thought about with artichokes besides the fact that you're seeing the guy's harvard that and gals excuse me people i use the word guys generically there people harvesting artichokes you ever drive through that area down by moslem ending and stuff down that way rid of the big artichoke fields sharia courts your watch them harvest um not like to wear kmeil oh really yeah yeah yeah i could see they're like wearing chainmail to harvest artichokes amazing because a gigantic thorns via the exuberance this'll and that's what i always forgettable with artichokes discipline hang on typically capri shia two guys 'cause obviously not doing that job i mean i would do that i add to that but no i'm not choosing the other but one of the things that you need to know that so great i let you know you'd see steam up ahead artichoke you pull off the individual leaves i like dipping it in like dumb i don't know something like virgin as you probably like more like regular man what do you do how do you like to yours we never dip did a lot my family recipe for my data my grandmother was to steam with uh a little garlic in an olive oil and the question and stuffed with breadcrumbs actually unlike an italian seasoning with breadcrumbs yeah and then would just peeling eat plenty.
"fleischer" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"I fought for that flag he writes and the players it won't stand for the fleischer spitting in the face for the ones who died for that flake then i disagree with it i believe there should be respect but i think that different people demonstrate their respect in different ways and you didn't if somebody died they didn't i four the flag they died for what the flag meant what the flag stood for and for the rights that we enjoy because of those sacrifices is it spitting on their face is this a belittling were demeaning how somebody may have served by them doing this with the flag it is it more disrespect will then other ways of of dealing with the flag and how many times have you seen that makeni with the american flag a kid rock using the oath lag as a as a as a so robbie of sorts that is specifically in the federal code about how you deal with flags and guidelines reflects plus when you go to a football game how often you see the flight held flat across the other football field by members of the banned or color guard whatever the cases but it's land flatter the flat the flag according to the federal code should never be carried flatter horizontally and a 4th of july if you ever get a diem napkin it's got a flag on it would have to double whammy they're not to be used for a any sort of a consumer product especially for anything that is designed for temporary use and to be discarded ralph hi good morning wbt what's happening organ more your earth all right earth y.
"fleischer" Discussed on WGTK
"To fleischer grabbed my attention yeah no dory and no claw unease just like kids are being brutalized or whatever it i just mentioned i don't know how long i don't know how far this goes back it probably longer that i think but i did catch the first film in the soft franchise right i remember the words i think that i six of them them fee that yeah th the first one back there are in a that always and i might well rejoin it right i i thought it was pretty good the david thank you appreciate it very much but i'll tell you one thing that i that i did i think i think i know where this might have started i as as i have revealed i will be sixty here in a couple of months fido crazy i'm sorry that should strike use for all you know a ninety four why is it y guess what i can't believe a all right and i think about this ten years ago when i was but a child of fifty something came up on them doing cable labs and went oh here's something it's a classic i should watch this so i did texas chainsaw massacre that's the stupidest movie ever made at eu will actually there are plenty of stupid moody's that it is it i just i i lasted probably noone i think it was i think was our and i said i don't really probably need to see this all the way from the opening credits so i was the somebody didn't their held hostage a house or something obviously chainsaws are involved but at one point somebody like named grandpa's lose braindamaged had a woman's head over a bucket and was hit narrowed had glamour and i said what the hell is this excuse me for work blue but i did actually say that to myself and at that point i just took a hard look in the mirror and i said what is enter team it and and by the way if you love texas chainsaw massacre and hostile and all the stuff good for you that's fine giga enjoy those counselling bill kitty every it's all of that or of taste i don't ever begrudge anybody there taste just thought i'd be djida with some of my there.
"fleischer" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"The greenback fleischer grabbed my attention yeah no dory and no claw unease just like kids being brutalised or whatever it is clear your i don't know how long i don't know how far this goes back it probably longer than i think but i did catch the first film in the soft franchise right i remember the words i think device six of them them yet the first one you go with that they're all i and i that always and i might well rejoin it right i i i thought it was pretty good the david thank you appreciate it very much but i'll tell you one thing that i that i did i think i think i know where this might have started i get as as i have revealed i will be sixty you're in a couple of months naido crazy i'm sorry that should strike use on what for all you know i'm ninety george why he's a jubilant exactly why i guess what i can't believe i am all right and i think about jews ten years ago when i was but a child is fifty something came up on june cable labs and went oh here's something it's a classic i should watch this so i did texas chainsaw massacre that's the stupidest movie ever made a i mean well actually they're plenty of stupid moody's that it is it i just i i lasted probably you know what i think it was i think it was an hour and i said i don't really probably need to see this all the way from the opening credits so i was the somebody even there held hostage a house or something obviously your chainsaws are involved but at one point somebody like named grandpa's whose braindamaged had a woman's head over a bucket and was hitting her on the head with a hammer and i said what the hell is this excuse me for work blue but i did actually say that is totally extreme this.
"fleischer" Discussed on KQED Radio
"That we will do behaviors that are fundamental for our survival if if we didn't feel fleischer by eating ruinous for by i mean who who go through the air force now we have all of these food easy access to food but in that was this is re that was this is recent in the past we would have to risk our lives in order to get four and so if it was not as strong what debate there so what it mm pleasure does it creates memory that will motivate your behavior and he's not that you are cautiously away about these multi bathing behavior so like that in find when it's borne it actually east and he doesn't know how to his going to actually be able to remove that sensation he doesn't that the dozen know that they are hungry and then by by the mother holding it it finds out that the meal is extraordinary fleischer on the sweet in this and that immediately generate some memory that would allow died in fan to learn on one exposure that bad actually stimulate will relieve that sensation of the stress and be gums rewarding and that motivates the behavior and that's what so powerful about drugs they directly strang than the mall divisional system they jack that system brought by by millions of years of evolution to motivate behaviors they hijack if do make at the motivate you to seek the rock when we talk of pat overcoming addiction do we know that you have to have total abstinence or is there a possibility that you could restore some control is relief from addiction absolutely have to be abstinence from a scientific point of view while you know an unending science due to come to realize that there are very few things that you can say wait a 100percent 100 percent uh this is the way to go i i clinic ali definitively we do recommend patients to stay away from trucks are once the the arctic that exposed exposure to drugs we'll threegame very likely a relapse an and you can do these unanimous malls where'd you can take arrived or a mouse on or a non cumin primate make them addicted to the draw then you remove them for six months and you give them a tiny tiny little dose of.
"fleischer" Discussed on The World Transformed
"Let and maybe this is a signalled the healthy the the healthy fleischer around the tumor uh doesn't use anyway so it's not like your interfering in some bottle process of body either right so right it aims to very specific to this yeah yeah that's cool i yeah very very neat so now this during this in mice and it's working pretty well if it's hasn't completely shut down metastases yet but they're working on refining the cocktail there were he on narrowing in on that signal a little bit better and as they get better and better at at the expectation is that they're that they're gonna redeployment where they can to completely shut down if you showdown in mice we have every hope that we can shut down and human beings and you know just add this one of the quiver right one more day one more arrow in the quiver against against cancer and this is a good one too because in case the other things that we talk about preventing cancer or getting rid of cancer in case they don't work making sure that the tumor doesn't metastasized is a huge step towards ensuring the help the cancer patient ensuring their survival and in their their ongoing health what could could end up being one of the biggest cancer breakthroughs of of them all and that's us saying it right after after all the kanther vote gotten this the where it could be very way in which it it's it's sick of it uh as a machinegun full of uh you know cancer cures at were shooting all these bullets a cancer ryan the uh the mess maybe one of these bullets is going to be the one to uh to it you know i absolutely take care of the problem but young cancer is not one diseases many many diseases and um and so we gather we gotta so we will need more than one cure ultimately probably so um it's the kingdom common absolute account ongoing us right now want on once keeping on okay well next up is we've got the story that gave our show its name tonight is just such an evocative.