28 Burst results for "Foucault"
Game 5 wraps up of the 2020 Finals
"Moments after exciting. One of the best, finals games in recent memory. Game Five Heat Eke Ekit out to live another day and joining Zach tonight now Chris. Bosh. It wasn't quite. Five to Allen for three. It was quite Bosch Talon. But this is up there with one of the biggest heat wins in history I mean. For sure. It's an incredible game. What did you think of it? Man You know I, it is starting to be one of those series that's just kind of grinding to a halt. You thought that was going to happen is not happening. Everything, every player that she thought was going give this particular stat line is not it's not really transpiring right now but I mean, you have to give all credit to the heat and I kept telling people this in all these interviews you know how can get? The Lakers. Over they've got the uniforms on and I just like, okay he don't WanNa be here but let me tell you something. These guys if there's anybody. Who would embrace a difficult situation? It is Erik Spoelstra and Butler seems to really. Thrive off of that and anticipate that. affected. So it's Kinda like a marker will really hard is. Like they say, Oh hey yeah, we're here now. We're supposed to be competing for championship. This is how it's supposed to be. You know is this all about survival now there they've lived to play another day and that's what you gotta do. I think it's time to just acknowledged. Once and for all that, the heat had become a great team you know there was always this question of. Did they benefit from the hiatus hiatus in everything the bubble shake the bucks more than other teams. Did they benefit from hayward getting injured a really good. You. Know this Lakers seem his lost one game in every playoff series. Until now, they have not lost to to a heat team that is missing its leading postseason score until this series Goran dragic that they could started to acknowledge Jimmy Butler. The top ten player. Yeah that'd be we're. GonNa. Have to rearrange the rankings because this dude just put up thirty five, twelve eleven in forty seven minutes forty seven minutes and five and a half whatever it is it's the game you play dull game. Survived forty thirteen seven on fifteen of twenty-one masterpiece from the Brian. James we can talk about the end of the game if you want. Everyone can focus on the end of the game, but the heat put themselves in position to win at the end of the game. Duncan. Robinson was unbelievable. They're shotmaking was outstanding and this team just keeps in with Bam out bio clearly, not one hundred percent missing layups, missing dunks, he can play better he. To acknowledge the heat now are are for real and just like you were saying, they're short handed to. So you know we need to keep that in mind You can only imagine how the series would be a little different Gora was out there and not that he's just going to be that dominating presence, but he gives them another layer. To their attack and you know they have that team cohesion down pack and I mean, I don't really know where the lapses with the Lakers are happening with dunkin' Robinson. He's making them pay every time. I. Mean He's moving himself up into Lee Company every game because you don't expect them the thing you know you don't think he's going to continue to go on the street. He's he's gone on and you'll eventually figure that a veteran is GonNa get into them and just chase him to the bathroom. But but it hasn't happened yet and I mean they're making them pay every single time and. Boy I. Tell You. We'll. We'll see what happens game six. Years especially with a hobbled a little bit man. That's one of the big cities we should probably get to. Well, let's let's talk about the end of the game real quick. Okay. So a Frank Vogel Lakers coach has come out after this game and said that there were bad calls at the end. Jimmy Butler getting to the line I'm going to have to go ahead and disagree he's probably GonNa give find. Lakers lead the Lakers up one. He, ball they run a beautiful fast play for Jimmy Butler gets A. He screwed good play Lebron not. because. Eighty one moving so whilst I foot Lebron on. Screen Lebron and she goes up but Jeff Van Gundy called on the broadcast he he floats see I mean. It in verticality your whole. Career. Frank Vogel helped invent it with Roy but. He floats. He fails right? That's a foul. Yes. Afoul he jumped into them. You know good call by the resident and you have to give you know usually referees are getting tough time I. Think they called a Great Game Day You can always look on both sides and say, well, if an if but if they're even in the game is tied and the players they're the ones who are dictating what happens out there. Hopefully, the game isn't called. You know at the end by you know free throws or anything like that but all. Evenly called Game I. Feel. Throws. Yeah, each team had their opportunities and. Jimmy Man Jimmy Butler man he's he's continuing to do it. Man I gotta I gotta you gotTa give him props he's going to make give him props I. Mean he put them on their own is back in those last minutes. Man I mean, the one leg get he's hidden one legged fadeaway. You know he's hitting the free throws down the stretch to dribble I mean he's He's shoot free throws when you're that exhausted and not just. Did you her second he was going to miss you like just. To, to, of course, you were not you think he's GonNa Miss One because as a player I know how I would feel I'm GonNa Miss One. On. THAT TIRED Like him going over when he was leaned over panting after getting fouled, you know they burned a time out after that but. Just him just still being able to muster up whatever could and having a concentration suppose still had Chris Bosh on his roster. He would have run that play where you went to the back side. And the coroner. You. Come on you. Play for last second shot several times. So okay. So it makes a two free throws come down. They call time out again, Van Gundy and Mark Jackson. Call on this game all over this. Danny Green is in the game with a know Dunkin Robinson's on Danny Green. They know that they're going to run the screen to try to force Dunkin Robinson they know there's going to be a double with Lebron that's exactly what happens Lebron Drives Zach he drives into a crowd. There's three is three and a half guys there. He makes the basketball play Chris Bosh, which he is made for fifteen years since he's been starting to the playoffs, throws it to the Open Guy Danny. Green is a thirty eight percent three point shooter from that spot according to second spectrum is wide open. So I'll I'll throw them another couple of percentage points. And he missed it. Well I know Danny wants that one back. you know he made the right play it was a crowd I. I think he had the mentality to say, you're not going to beat us. We're sending everything in the kitchen saying and we're just going to close the shooters. They got the play that they were looking for. It was a tremendous play Danny Green slipped out. You kinda tell that the heat we're anticipating that play. Brahms. So able to make a very decent pass out the Danny grains got he got his hands on he stepped right into it. Any other time nine times out of ten he'll make that shot. You know he missed it what the interesting thing was on the rebound market Moore's he had plenty of time and he kind of made a quick decision Brian, opened on the right wing, which is always easy to say a new usually. Yeah. You throw it to ad but he had another big on you know and that was just man I was a tough light. It was very tough sequence. Watching film you. In it again now. You. Know Marquee Foucault Danny Green like he just handed the ball to hand off again Danny was right there funny though when he's when you through the LOB. Through. It I looked under the Rim I saw a d. and I thought again the balls just hand in mid Air I thought okay. I hate that decision because ad Mike, I'm putting the referees in play a little bit their down one, and then of course, the pass was that not an accurate he choked right let's just say. I'm not saying I would say that to mark keeps face in this moment. Do not say that Bryant don't say that. He. What do you WanNa say it's choked. Well he also as you pointed out before we started, you know they were setting the screen it they set for Jimmy on the on the go ahead. Free throws a flat screen by crowder and the flat screen is designed. You know Chris knows when your face in half court, it's designed to make defense. Gessler. Like which way to go, but it is an which wishing the pick he went he went from an angle to switching to the flat. kind of this weird in between space and if you don't, if if you're not demonstrative about your coverage, you'll get exploited
Voice and Podcasts with the Dynamic Duo: Kane Simms and Dustin Coates
"So background if you go back far enough used to. Say I to produce music. But the reality is I was a kid in my bedroom, filling around samples and make some Junes and writing lyrics. So they used think the funds myself as a bit of a wrapper. and. If you look back at some podcast episodes. Complete row. I think a little bit rusty other minute. Did do one for Frank Schneider of speakeasy. and. So He's Best I'LL PHILADELPHIA. So when we introduced him on the podcast did version of the fresh prince of bel-air theme tune with Franck Schneider. So they going to know So of caught a long relationship with audio and woods essentially audio together and important words into it ended up realizing the making music it is not easy to make money from. And etc. Went throughout my career ended up in marketing agencies ended up in user experience design. Consultancy Service designed eventually managing digital service transmission teams and then out freelance writing on the side as also had kept up the right and stuff, and then all of a sudden not come across. I think it was an adver around the launch of Alexa in the UK. Fiddle around with Siri, but it was reuben time in submitting bothered with it. But I see in this advert for Alexa launched in the UK and I was thinking lot seems crazy that I didn't know anything about I. Didn't know you could build for. I. Didn't know that you create anything for it. I didn't have a clue about and just thought when I see now thought wouldn't it be good if you could create something for much and if you could actually design like an old your based conversation, best experience that people could have with this thing and immediately I thought that sounds fantastic and Few monthly God device etc Pierre Around it and I thought to myself I. Think. It'd be good to try and learn really well how these things were technology is what hangs together how the build Sephora and then similar justin really start thinking about how we do that and I thought one of the best ways to learn about an audio I medium will be to create an audio I kind of piece of content, and if I'm going to learn about then a ms well share that with everyone else who might want to learn about it and so that was how the world was the podcast was born. The demand demand name in two thousand, seventeen couldn't find anybody to interview for any kind of cost couldn't come across anyone all just maybe I wasn't right using the the pro search phrases because I didn't i. Didn't quite come across y'all content that's I'm and then eventually in November of twenty seventeen. I realize that the voice book podcasters around and this week in voice podcast was around those thinking what the Hell's going on like I had this idea months ago. What's in a thought? Well, lots of evidence basically the the something that there must be something that most people are confined to speak to that was in the US, convinced that it was going to come to Europe and so that's what was not doing not like research in China in touch with trying to meet people's to flat out recorded a couple of the episodes over Christmas. The first episode might even still be on Youtube. It said, I've got my garland hanging on the the fireplace damning. And then was just about to launch I. Think Miami might have even put one episode out on immediately someone commented on twitter and said, Hey, you know that was really good. But what would be really interesting would be if there was some kind of person around the hard technical knowledge someone that could cause for me I'm astrologist in the design and always been the design of always gaping on the condor like the creative end, the Kinda strategic, figuring out what it is, we should be doing and then managing the team that kind of goes ahead and does it all during the design myself and stuff and then I. It was the on Conan I. Think he said, are you going to get into any technical content? Is that I love to I don't really have the technical background myself. Exactly. That's right. That's exactly that was young. Yeah, and then you've sent a tweet us in. You responded I think it was it was a tweet or you direct message right now I think it was on I think it was a tweet i. Very very rarely on twitter. So if you look at our different social media's canes, the Social Media Social Butterfly me, I can take it or leave it but I just happened to be there is a one day voice conference at Paris a day just happened to be on twitter following along and I saw that and I think I replied I was like Hey let's try I. do it yeah. I don't think literally within the space of. Our can probably seven days later, we recorded an episode episode four or five or something. And that was the beginning we did. We've done ever since and we've kind of as I said, the first six months foucault was doing the podcast and then we got speaking engagements and hosting conferences and events to flat now, and then twenty nineteen start getting involved in workshops training consultancy. We picked up Kanda design development projects, and still like out and then yeah, it's been more of the same of US insights Crazy. So Sir Tippety. Dustin winter. saw. Replied in a super successful podcasting percocet came out of that. People don't realize it took US two years I think two years right canes actually meet in person it wasn't until two last summer I happen to the giving a talk in London and came down. So there's the you X. Trivia for you. To Gain Dustin podcast together to. Not, each. Other. Exactly. Not just poke. We've been working together. You know it's like it's crazy how you know how I don't think we understand people don't really I. Think we take for granted the Internet basically is trying to say you don't realize the power that the house you know imagine being able to create a company with someone who you've never actually met in. Real life and work together, and you know build up that kind of relationship over two years without even an oxygen meeting is i. think is absolutely unbelievable. Crazy. It is amazing. You might think of this time of turn cove. It is all of a sudden working remotely I think more and more that's going to happen right where people are getting super comfortable. Where come outlay you were working with someone in completely different areas will be different times on different countries. All works. Great. So I see that little bit we kind of accelerated the future of work. Unfortunate events that that happened to us.
"foucault" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang
"Welcome to Comedy Bang Bang. Thank you to Tony The poop butterfly. Now come on, guys, stop stop with this Tony. The poop butterfly. For that casts free submission. Thank you so much to Tony. The PUPA butterfly, if you want to be like Tony, the Poop, butterfly and hear. Catchphrase on the air of this podcast. Do what Tony The Butterfly did. which is. Go to the year Wolf message boards and uploaded, or whatever they do I have no idea welcome to the show. Welcome to Comedy Bang Bang for another week. Deep into June so deep. Sleep. Have a great episode for you here today. We have a singing trio coming up very soon, and we also have a man of the cloth. The cloth that I'm talking about is a priest's robe. and. Let's just get to this show because I mean we have so much show that it's threatening to spill out over the sides. If you've downloaded this podcast and you notice it just bubbling over and and you're getting podcast all over the seats of your car wherever you happen to be listening to this. It's purely because they're so much show today that it's barely can be contained within one podcast, so let's get to it. This is very exciting to me because if you know me I, I love all the notes from Dodo including Ramey. Foucault Lawn Tea in between, and they are a singing trio, and this is so exciting to have them there one of my favorites please welcome to the show. The Moser trio. Hello Guy is Halo.
"Today. We're talking about a warrior princess and founding mother who laid the foundation for a new culture. This is the story of Princess. Yoon Inga anger was born in the early twelfth century. What's now northern Ghana? She was the daughter of King. And that Ma'am Brucie tribe. And she soon became renowned for her beauty. Strong will and talent on the battlefield from the age of fourteen. She showed great skill with a variety of weapons. A particular talent for taming wild horses. She joined her father in battles against neighbouring enemy tribe and even commanded her own battalion at such a young age angle was forced to be reckoned with riding. The finest Royal Stallion. In Inga's father was very proud of his daughters martial abilities but he was protective of her tip. Refuse to let you NEGGA choose husband determined to find a way to show her father that she wanted to get married. Yanga decided to take action. She planted a field full of week. Her father praised for agricultural prowess but when the field was ready for harvest in anger let the crops raw when her father asked her why she wasted these resources. Unesco responded that being barred from marriage made her feel the same way as the rotted meat unique. His father wasn't pleased enraged. He imprisoned her to ensure that she would never find a husband after several weeks. One of the king's horsemen started to sympathize with the youngest player in the dead of night. He helped disguise her as a man and smuggled her out of the kingdom together they wrote North. The duo was then attacked by an enemy. Try Companions killed still. She continued riding north. One night in found yourself lost in a forest or she met a lonely elephant. Hunter named Riyal when Riyal discovered in English true identity. It fell in love. And you ain't got the husband. She always wanted Brielle and Yanga had a son named Odria Goo which means stallion P- youngest son went onto found the Mossi kingdom in modern day or Kina Foucault Yanga story for Foundational Legend of the land to this day Odria Goo is still a common surname among the most which is the largest ethnic group in the country in Angus. Drive to pursue. What she wanted in life defy gender roles at the time making her a model for pursuing dreams in the face of resistance
Can Burkina Faso help itself?
"If in a given year is lowest terror attacks in one European country over one American state killed nearly two thousand people forced six six hundred thousand more from their homes. It would probably make the front page in west Africa not so much but that was the story of two thousand thousands of nineteen in Burkina-fasso earlier this week twenty more people were killed in a jihadist attack incentive province in the country's north the week before. Oh that thirty nine people were killed by jihadists in a neighboring province of Soom became the foucault is in many respects ideal operational environment for the Jehad EST groups. The government is weak. The security services under-equipped. Its borders porous. It's not true. Cover plentiful and it's people not short of have reasonable grievances which extremists can exploit in January two thousand nineteen after a series of terrorist incidents including attacks on burkina-faso's army army headquarters and the French embassy. MAKINA foucault's entire government resigned a year. Later is Kena Foucault's new government doing any better through. What realistic options does it have? And if further French military intervention won't stop the Jihadists. What
UNHCR - Projected Global Resettlement Needs 2019
"While there was a modest increase in refugee resettlement in two thousand nineteen a tremendous gap persists between between needs and placement the UN refugee agency. UNHCR reported on Wednesday UNHCR estimated that one point four million refugees. He's worldwide were in urgent need of resettlement last year but the agency was able to place less than sixty four thousand. Most of the refugees were from Syria. Syria the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Myanmar. They were mainly relocated to the United States Canada. The United Kingdom Sweden and Germany last year. UNHCR joined governments NGOs and civil society in launching a three year strategy to boost the number of resettlement places and admissions and to expand the number of countries offering these programs. The strategy also set a target of sixty thousand settlement departures to twenty nine countries in two thousand nineteen gene which was achieved and UNHCR chief. Filippo Grandi has wrapped up a visit to three countries in Africa Suhel region where the activities he's of terrorist groups and organized criminal groups of caused humanitarian emergencies and mass displacement during his last. Stop in burkina-fasso. Mr Guerande Rondi met with women and children who had witnessed their husbands fathers and sons murdered for refusing to fight alongside armed groups. The terrorists also raped women. Milland girls destroyed homes and schools undiluted farms Mr Grandee. Who is the U N high? Commissioner for Refugees also visited his year and Martina China to assess how displacement is affecting host countries. Both nations are sheltering scores of people fleeing violence in Mali. We always look at the Suhel. We we think about terrorism. We think about what in theory threatens Europe said the UNHCR chief from Kina Foucault. But the real problem is here. It's here that we must intervene. Before this crisis becomes unmanageable he added
Thirteen French soldiers killed in Mali helicopter accident
"An operation against Islamist militants since in Mali the troops were aboard a Tiger attack helicopter under Cougar transport helicopter which collided at low altitude. In fading light they were supporting ground. Troops engaging jihadis along the border molly hsieh's with Bukina Foucault Anisur among the dead was left tenant. Peer Bahceli Kelly. The son of French senator and former secretary of state for defence joe-marie Book Hill. Monday was therefore the French
California wildfires finally contained, but forecasters say break may be brief
"Fires also been burning on vast scale across California most of those fires fires are contained but American forecasters say the reprieve could be brief with more. Potentially deadly fires expected in the coming weeks in California as in Australia. Firefighters say the pattern of bushfire behavior is changing his Daniel in southern California in California's wine country. North of San Francisco. It's all too familiar firefighting aircraft bombing blazes with water. A filled with smoke and homes and businesses turned to rubble so this was the tasting room bar all along here and it was long one big. The areas now being devastated by fire at three years in a row this time. Mass evacuations prevented loss of live. But when winemaker Ken Wilson returned. He's winery was gone. Only the bond left. I thought we were pretty much safe from. I mean look at the vines between here in the mountain. You know I would would have had a lot of vines to burn through if it's a groundfire but since it's a wind fire that's different facing good. Yeah next day I said let's open up the bar you know that's just keep going. Let's move forward. Let's not like me mope around so so I stopped moping around tried hard not mope around robe there are remarkable similarities in the firestorms that are now routinely extending fire seasons in both him his views as an Australian reporter the same resonates as as boone in Australia in spring. US authorities say Californian fires L. frequently burning willing to autumn and and even Winter Fire Brigade Captain Scott Rules the life and property losses definitely increased tremendously and the size of the fires that were fighting. Dim Bayer Bayer for sure. There are several similarities that go beyond the changing seasons political debate over climate change remains hated having being pulled the US out of the Paris climate agreement and rolled back a raft of environmental regulations. Donald Trump has claimed that California's Democrat government has filed to effectively manage forests due to lobbying by conservationists threatening to withdraw emergency assistance after fires as Zien Australia at times aging electricity infrastructure. Maintenance has also being blamed for several large blazes including the deadly Campfire last via this time the power company Paging de took the unprecedented step of cutting power to millions to try to prevent Powell line sparking blazes his body. It's being blamed for several of the season's FIS anyway. I don't know the data's there for me personally On climate change. But I I do know that there's more people than there's ever been in this state And they're encroaching in the wildland and moving out and expanding out into the into the forest and also With that we need to improve our infrastructure to support that and Through many years I'm not GONNA say that. The infrastructure bid neglected but it just hasn't been maintained up to Up to a point that can support the amount of population. That's using the power lines down. Starting these fires that needs to be addressed Australian winemaker mic Schroeder has been in California since the early nineties counties observing the changing seasons and the more frequent emergencies. Here it's been little nightmarish And feroce little deja Vu. We were evacuated. Quieted two years ago. with what was called the pocket thought this has been the kinkaid foucault. We live a little bit north of here Outside of Small Town called Gaza Ellen. We were woken up by a neighbor at eleven o'clock last week Wednesday and walked outside and a we saw was massive blow and plume of smoke in the hill behind us through Through stuff car is quick as quickly as we could I'm trying to think through. What are you doing those those emergencies? Until two years ago I've never ever had to evacuate From a home so two years ago it kind of really sunk in and then you stop to think about and hear about the The the the crazy bushfires that that we have across Australia run your Sydney number of years ago and the the devastation that causes and And the same something here. Two years ago Just South of here Santa Rosa Suburbia Five and a half thousand homes enjoy just burnt and I think twenty five people lost. He lives in a just literally a fire storm creating creating its own tornado like environment and And you hear about that in some of the The FIS That have been been an industry as well. As overlapping across the southern and
Early humans may have shared Europe with a giant bird
"This is a discovery net Crimean cave, which is that little regionally the north of the waxy? This is suggesting that early Europeans lived alongside some of the largest birds ever to exist. This research is published in the journal of vertebrate, paleontology previously thought that such gigantism birds was limited to islands, Madagascar, New Zealand ustralia. We have now have newly discovered specimen in this cave in northern coast of Black Sea. It is a bird is giant as the elephant bird. Ceiling moa and maybe source of meat bones feathers eggs that sort of thing for early humans in the region, quote voice from doctor, Nikitas Lenka, Russian Academy of sciences. When I first felt the weights of the bird, whose thighbone I was holding in my hand. I thought it must be mad Aghassi elephant bird Foucault 'cause no birds of the size of ever been reported from Europe. However, the structure of the bone unexpectedly told a different story. We don't have yet enough data to say, whether it was most closely Raila to ostriches or other birds, but we estimate, it weighed four hundred fifty kilograms, which if you're not familiar with kilograms as a metric for hundred and fifty kilograms is approximately the equivalent of four hundred fifty thousand grams or nine hundred ninety two pounds or that. That's big. That's really big formula.
"foucault" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast
"I think that's the intro where really Gluck story with argumentative. And sometimes actually regularly interviews. Get off to a bumpy start. I feel like you started kind of like really defensive. Yes. And affiliate tire demeanor right now is completely different. And by the way, as you are, take you as you are. Right. So it's like I want judging that beginning I'm making observation about, as an interviewer. You gotta be open to whatever comes right? So I'm literally gonna send this as like a press screaming in the future. It really. Oh, okay. Here's, here's a sample like here's how you do it, right. Yes, I am always this combative coming in late. Why is that is it like because you've been carded in the sense? You've been asked so many annoying questions. I mean is that? Well, I have no idea. You tell me why when I started performing in corn journalists would sit down and start with sentences like how disappointed are your parents? And like the world is changed. My career has evolved to the point where I had the kind of stature where they don't try that shit with me, but I've just been through too many interviews where the journalist was hostile or they'd set me up for a Gotcha moment. Or I get into the studio radio show, and they're like. We're gonna play the Gail dines clip. And I'm like excuse me, you went to guild, you didn't tell me you were going to Gail dines, like how dare you, I don't wanna be in the same show as Gail dines like that's how little time I have for her whole deal. And it's just you learn through years of experience, that journalists are probably not your friend. We need to be a little spiky at the beginning to protect yourself. I get that, you know, I totally get that and used to see this. You do. See this would like academics. Who maybe the research is not politically correct that they study. And then they get on these, like, interviews and people constantly conflict, because you study this controversial topic. That means you advocate. You believe it. So, like if you study intelligence differences, right, people get on a show. It gets tiring after while for people to call you a Genesis Genesis like, wait. No deligence. But. Eugenic. Yeah. I study because I interesting and curious scientific question and sometimes the truth isn't so the truth is in poodle. Correct. I mean it's not my fault. Like, you know, Harari's reserve Andrew falls heloc different populations have different percentages of nod, exactly, sapiens, DNA, and he's like this, like, Nazis would have a field day with this. So it's really high octane to talk about. Yeah. Yeah. By as the book fuck. Nazis. Not a fan, even slate would be fine with that. So they did all that. Because it's yeah. No. No. Absolutely. Well, look, I think I'll end this interview. Now, unless there's anything else you wanted to talk about. Maybe someday. Still, maybe we could have a part to where we'll just nerd out over, like areas of mutual sort of science. You know what I mean? Like something like yeah. Okay, let's do that. I know what we flipped the script, and I ask you all my gosh. I wish I had a psychologist opinion. Let's do that. Awesome. And I'll tell you why I want to do that. So long been asked by listeners the podcast. When are you going to be interviewed? What about you? So maybe it'd be the perfect person to do that. So maybe I'll have to do. I don't really have like I'm trying to think my most controversial thing may be the time that Charlie Sheen yelled at me from the stage of the Radio City Music hall that I think that's my most controversial thing that you'd find a few googled me on YouTube, why at you. Well, I was doing well, he was during his meltdown, you know, era and I was doing a cover story for psychology today on how to spot narcissist. And I was supposed to interview him that night and the ad my business card. And I went to a show and right after the break, he sits there, and he pulls out my business card. And he reads says Scott Barry Kaufman PGE de NYU key thinks I'm bipolar. But we all know I'm by winning..
"foucault" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast
"I have no way of contacting them to tell them their wishes. Finally granted might be listeners of the Sikander, and maybe they'll stumble across it will re tweet on the story channels, and maybe those yet, so in monogamy you're saying I like you so much that I want to belong to you, especially marriage. I like you so much that we're going to tie each other together in a way that's based on the conception of women is property. Media sem- you say, I like this person, and I want to be yours for one hour or a whole relationship. Right. Or. Yeah. Or sometimes it's an entire twenty four seven relationship, which is rare and not for the faint of heart. It's like definitely varsity level sexing, but you're saying, we have this agreement, and we belong to each other in very static. Prescribe roles. It's an marriage in both your signing up for a pretty dictated set of roles. And you can negotiate what those specific roles are like you can say, like, hey, like I really want a nineteen fifties style household, and you can go. That's cool, except I need to have a part time job for myself to have essentially pin money as like a safety. And that's I mean someone about to get married or someone. Who's about to negotiate a M relationship could want that specific thing. Suss, the, the compare part what's the contrast part media. Some relationships. Don't go through the government. You don't have to have a license saying, these people are doing things in the prescribed manner, and on the one hand, that's really great because who wants the government telling you how you can. Can't have sex. But on the other hand, like there's no recourse, there's no penalty. The only thing that happens to someone if they say, ignore your safe word is maybe they get a reputation as a bad player in the community. Maybe whereas with the marriage you divorce them, there's a mediation, there's sometimes a financial penalty, especially in cases where there's no prenup and someone stepped out and cheated. Now it's very good point. Very good point. I recently saw an article making the case that beautiful should be thought of as a sexual orientation. I wanted to get your thoughts about that about adding that to the category of sexual orientations. I think Pali verses open is definitely a Kinsey scale level thing I think, Bedia Sam is far too broad category to be oriented, like I'm oriented towards media somewhat. What ever loving shit? Does that mean like I'm a sadist? I'm a masochist absolutely. I'm into bondage. Absolutely. I am submissive. I'm dominant. Absolutely. But Bedia Amazon oriented saying, like my fetish eating pussy, like no come on. That's not that's not Bedia San of rented. I know that wasn't your point either. But maybe couldn't sell you know, make the case that having some these more submissive or Domine tendencies, in bed itself are, like a sexual orientation. Yes. However media Sam is too broad category. I agree with that. So as I said, you can say, I'm submissive Norian tation, you can say, I'm dominant. I'm a masochist. I'm a sadist. I'm into bonded. All of these things orientations, but Bedia some of the category that cannot be orientation. Because that tells you nothing about the person other than they're a little bit kinky, somehow, it'd be funny to, like, say kinky sexual orientation at any sense. It doesn't tell you anything therefore, it's useless label. Well, I'm gonna send you this paper and be, but you might have seventeen books. I have to read. I don't know what I'm going to get around to this paper. Well, Email that sit for more than a month. Just get jettisoned the abyss thrown Throne of. of. Okay. Well, the Senate because I don't wanna give you that pressure. Okay. If you whenever you're interested in reading you. Okay. So from now. Do you remember an article about something? L know exactly what you're talking about. I know you won't. I know maybe. Well, maybe you have a mind like a steel trap instead of the steel colander that I have well wouldn't go that far. Okay. So something, I know you're a big advocate of sex worker rights sexual rates are under TAC these days, right? Creteil about in what ways and what sort of advocacy work..
"foucault" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast
"So thanks again, for your incredible support of the show over the years, you know, I do the show for you all because I truly love sharing my enthusiasm of, of the mind, brain and creativity. And I really appreciate you. Joining me on this journey. Okay. Now back to the show. All right. So feminism can exist under capitalism, but it's an interesting point. And I'm trying to think of what would like I was like, what would or counterpoint be like can you have like feminists? Give you any contra points to that capitalists have you'll sure with the free market, Robert pot. And it's you know, except for the fact that it's crushing millions of people slowly to extremely poverty rid death. So, like, you know, aside from that I don't really know what else is wrong with capitalism. Can we get the bloodsucking monster off my face before we worry about what I'd like their instead, thanks? I don't have time for liberal feminists. I'm fucking sick of dealing with liberal feminists. I don't care what liberal feminists have to say to me about anything anymore because I was an open year for decade, knitted, make me feel good. And they didn't help the situation. So I'm just not really like I don't know what they're deal is now. I don't care to know maybe another five years or poked, my head in Berat. Hey live them's when he up to lately, maybe our goals align now? But I'm not manning on it. So whittle feminism's. So I mean you're not a conservative view. What is a liberal, like there's far left, and there's all sorts of creation. So or see, I have five psychiatric labels. I'm also a cyst woman and a pornographer, and I feel like that's enough labels for me. If really pressed I will say conservative anarchist Butler. That's all because I want to go away. And stop pushing me to label myself further. Wow. That would be a label. I've never heard right? There's me and my honorary brother. That's it. Okay. Well, like, hey, look, I'm down with dismantling capitalism. I do feel like actually burning it to the ground is gonna cause a lot more suffering than it really needs to select. Let's do this piecemeal, but build towards a more autonomous society will, so don't aren't most feminists. I know would agree with that. No. Right. Most liberal, feminists, I've met, one know how I feel about the fact that my job, perpetuates rape culture. I see. I see they actually say things like that to my face. They say this woman is clearly dissociated, because she describes mechanical injury in Dr language, and she's too much of a dumb hor to do that. They didn't literally say that way. But like about was the message what else am I supposed to call it? When I get bogged in the cervix, and now my pussy hurts because of mechanical thing I call that a mechanical injury. So do you understand? Yeah. Yes. So you're doing with a lot of judgment, you're dealing the lot of inferences. Yeah. And like I don't want your husband cheating on me with my porno. I want him coming to you honestly, and saying, I like to watch porno and all that being okay. It's not my fault that your boyfriend uses my porno to do things that you're not happy with, like you need to deal with that, you need to deal with your own relationship, not go blaming an entire industry. Yes. So you wrote this interesting article relating unabridged this about this wedding that you at. It was. Shit from vice that was a million years ago. I know they milk it like I'm still writing for them, but it's been a very long time. But the real point, they're still stands about the pitfalls of Pedder Normandy, or Nativity and monogamy and answered the judgment. And so that was just an example of, of someplace you were aware people were that wasn't liberal feminists..
"foucault" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast
"I don't feel like I'm not gonna lie the answers, but you can see how some people categorize, I know that because I did prepare, I read an interview, saying you don't like talking about your thoughts feminist porn, but this is my like nerdy way of getting at it. Some people might make this false dichotomy like feminist porn is all good. And non-finish poor now is all bad, and you might see that kind of black and white way of thinking. And what are your thoughts on that, and living under hyper capitalism? I won't fuck with any porn the campaign Mike Foale rate and not immediately takes most feminist foreign companies out of running. Yeah. You've talked about this structural barriers right? Because women trouble in the porn industry. So you see, obviously capitalism is a major structural barrier. So before we get into that there's, like a higher level issue, and there be feminism under capitalism. What do you think under the conditions of capitalism? All can there be real Hemmer them? And I don't think so. I think Happel happily causes a lot of extensions that are bad for women, for instance, women get paid less on average, and the defense is well, they go off to have a baby, and I'm like guys if we just like valued people based on what they do in the world instead of how many dollars they can generate then we wouldn't be valuing women less because of their propensity to do the child bearing thing contributing to the next of population, which, like I'm pretty invested in someone being young and spry enough to like, give me my junctions when I'm ninety you know. Just wanted to take this moment to thank you all for your support of the podcast over the years. It's been a real privilege to do this podcast for y'all for the past four years. It's been a real labor of love, if you'd like to further support the podcast, I wanted to let you know, a few things you can do to help make it a better experience for y'all. I really appreciate it. If you could subscribe to the psychology podcast on itunes, this would help make the show more prominent I tunes, and increase our listenership I believe you can subscribe, both on your iphone and on your computer second. It'd be great. If you could give the show a rating and review tunes, I definitely read all the reviews and they're helpful to others who are thinking about giving the show. Listen, 'nother thing you can do donate something to the show. Even just the price of a Cup of coffee would really help me continue to do this podcast for you. All to donate something. You can go to this ecology podcasts dot com and click on the link at the bottom that says become a sponsor..
Tech's Next Hit Remains Unclear For Investors
"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Deloitte, a global leader in digital transformation, helping clients apply technologies like cloud an AI to their unique business challenges. Deloitte got com slash look. Again. This is tech news briefing. Im Tanya boost does reporting from the newsroom in New York. And if you're wondering what the next wave of tech has to offer it turns out, it's complicated journal CEO council aims to find out. That's after these tech headlines. After years of steady growth auto sales in the US Europe and China are slowing denting earnings across the sector and prompting more car manufacturers to find partners to share the costs of developing new models. And of course, investing in new technologies enter Fiat Chrysler, which has just proposed a roughly forty billion dollar merger with French rival Renault, a deal that if completed would completely third largest automaker by production, carmakers are also under pressure amid a shift towards car-sharing rather than car owning. It's also grappling with more stringent emission standards. And the need to invest hundreds of billions of dollars on developing the tech needed for electric cars and autonomous driving. Fiat Chrysler said its proposal came after an initial period of discussions with an adult to identify products and markets to collaborate on electric vehicles self driving cars and in-car. Connectability. So what's next for the global space race half a century after the US landed on the moon? A new space race is gathering pace and China has particularly ambitious plans in wants to build a manned lunar base within the next decade and start mining for energy resources the journal notes. How other governments have big plans to in the US, NASA recently unveiled plans to return to the moon, and it requested a one point six billion dollar budget increase for twenty twenty to pull it off. President Trump also has proposed a space force, which is a military branch dedicated to space. Read more on the global space race from science writer Lee hosts wsJcom. The journal makes the case that Wall Street isn't buying what cele- convex is selling and it isn't just Uber. Who's public performance has looked grim compared with its private fundraising private investments in six of the ten best funded US tech startups to go public since two thousand fifteen have fallen from the peak levels. They hit in funding rounds before the company's stock debuts zone, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis of data from research firm pitchbook, despite Wall Street's apparent skepticism. The flood of cash continues, however food delivery company door. Dash just announced new funding at a valuation of around twelve point six billion dollars. That's nine times what it was a year ago. The journal goes on to say few have more at stake in this area than SoftBank its initial investment in. Uber is up about twenty percent. And while unclear how long the company plans to hold its Uber stick. The journal says the company has made clear its investment style is closer to that of a venture capitalist than in public market investor looking at future cash flows coming up. Are you ready for the next wave of the tech revolution? Because it's ready for you. We just need to figure out what it is. Blockchain smart cities, the digital transformation happening now makes the seemingly impossible doable at Deloitte, we help clients harnessed these powerful technologies to improve business and the world Deloitte dot com slash look. Again. The Wall Street Journal CEO council connects the world's most influential business leaders to discuss the issues shaping the future at its recent event in London. The journal aimed to find out what the next wave of tag had to offer turns out, it's complicated helping us get a better sense of what might lie ahead is Sonali director partner at XL. She explains why it's less clear for investors lately. Really interesting thing today is that is probably never been a better time to be an entrepreneur, and in many ways, sort of never been a more difficult time to be an entrepreneur. The low hanging fruit has sort of been taken if you, if you think about the first wave of technology innovation in media with companies like Netflix or shopping ecommerce with, with Amazon, and of course advertising intact, which really you had a lot of data. So it adopted technology very Foucault, Google and Facebook etcetera, doesn't tie. Segments that's going to happen sort of foster than people think, especially in autonomous vehicles, but this not easy to figure out how to build a logistics company in two thousand and nineteen. So I think it's difficult sectors that haven't been taken on yet. Your data and privacy did come up many a time at the conference, and we learned some big tech companies see it as a good thing. We think of data and machine learning which is a kind of a I really as a horizontal technology, and you have to view every industry and every new startup that v that we look at with the lands that if there's enough data available enough compute power available will this company, essentially be extinct because they won't be able to compete, and that's really interesting lens, but layered on top this is sort of one of my pet peeves. You have to think about data privacy. We really need to sort of stay on the right side here, and it's very difficult for these young companies to figure out how to adopt GDP are I think some of the best and largest businesses themselves, probably struggling with GDP are the interesting thing is we're now seeing a whole bunch of. Entrepreneurs really trying to solve this issue, around privacy and differential privacy, and then also prejudice within the US and China trade issue remains largely at play. And it turns out Europe. It may prove to be an example of what lies ahead because of wet China is in the US today, I've never had more cords and more inbound from the Chinese tech giant's because they want to invest in the company of Europe. They want us that'll make a play. So I don't know nothing's going to stop them, but they looking have us is the US for more on the WSJ CEO council had to wsJcom or the WSJ app, that's it for the tech news briefing reporting from the newsroom in New York. I'm Tanya boost does. Thanks for listening.
News in Brief 25 April 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations on world malaria day marked on Thursday, the World Health Organization or WHO launched a grassroots campaign to emphasize country ownership and community empowerment to improve malaria prevention and care after more than a decade of steady advances in fighting the disease progress has leveled off every two minutes a child dies from this preventable and treatable disease said W H O director general Ted gross at Hanane KEB rhesus, according to the UN health agencies latest world malaria report, the estimated number of malaria cases, remained virtually unchanged from twenty fifteen to twenty seventeen. There are approximately two hundred nineteen million cases globally and an estimated four hundred thirty five thousand deaths. The WHO chief said the campaign zero malaria starts with me. Calls on political leaders, the private sector and affected communities to take action to improve prevention diagnosis and treatment saying we all have a role to play the food and Agriculture Organization and European Union announced on Thursday, a new project to strengthen the resilience of agro-pastoral communities, which course, national boundaries in the Suhel targeting several priorities zones, including Senegal, but Keno Foucault, Molly and Nazir. The aim is to improve food security country level investments and building resilient livelihoods and policies to support communities. Major investments in rural development and agriculture must be integral to peace building efforts. FAO director general Jose Graziano to silver said while visiting Senegal the Suhel remains affected by conflict, malnutrition and population displacement, rendering million. In need of urgency assistance each year the project which will benefit one hundred forty thousand people many of whom are vulnerable pastoralists will help to address these crises at their roots. According to FAO, UN human rights experts said on Thursday that the refusal of Myanmar's top court to consider a final appeal by two jailed Reuters journalists represented a dark day for media freedoms and democracy in the country incarcerated for seven years in connection with their twenty seventeen investigation into the massacre of Rohan, gay men and boys at Indian village in rocking state. The supreme court on Tuesday rejected the appeal by wa loan and quavo. The experts underscored that neither committed a crime saying they were doing their job as investigative journalists. Reporting on issues of the utmost concern to the people of Myanmar and performing an. Essential democratic function the special rapid tour on the situation of human rights in me and more Yang. He Lee and special rapid tour on freedom of expression David Kay called the upholding of their convictions a grave injustice last week. Both journalists
"foucault" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"Inspired by their own experiences from catcalls unsolicited. Dick's the lyrics asking obvious. But seldom asked question, why would you think I would want meet you having spent twenty eighteen headline in their own American toy as well as opening for the food fighters glorious sons the beaches are set to join passion pit upcoming to kick off in Arizona at the end of April Jack out one music by the beaches streaming on apple music now. Big next. Once again, the our man he's so good at his job. And love having them the show. I think it's the second third time. We've had such great expertise, and we still got a couple of series. We gotta get to just because we have we did talk bunch with him. We still got San Jose vagus to get to and Columbus Tampa Bay the big shock soul Foucault. But that said, let's jump right in San Jose vagus Boyce vagus, they got a Roach witness series that at the most combined goals at the two games with fifteen shots out. Fight up a game. One grab five to win was vagus who came out buzzing in game two, and it took them all of four periods to chase mind. Jones six six plus minutes of the game. They had three goals already got him out of there. Going back the vagus what the split imagine the abbey with that. A what's that? That's pretty much. All you're looking for when you start on the road and the game on by the sharks phenomenal. They came out flying. No surprise really there. I mean, I think everyone's kinda see in this going seven at least, you know, six seven they're pretty evenly. Match but that beginning of the game and game to the other night was just wild. If you're sharks fan it's been it's been moments this year Jones been good and moments when he's really struggled near the beginning of that game. You're trying to take advantage of winning the first game. And man, he was a sucker event. I mean, it was like kind of off angle goals and all of a sudden you're down and even though they did worry about the comeback. It's just different. It's like, you know, it was incredible to see them, you know, make it three three after being down three hundred so quickly, but a fun series to watch because Vegas place. Quick San Jose has guys. I mean, I love watching Logan play. He's just he can do it all out there. Especially in the playoffs. He's one of those guys that just makes every little play. So he's he's looked great. I don't know Vegas to me still just I think they're going to. I think they're the better team. I think that when they get stone going, and I mean, what do you know, they get grabbed the stud grew Sav that we just talked to your per about. All right. We just mentioned about him. And how good he wasn't a K H L and they signed him. And who knows if he's going to be playing or what role he could have? But it it's wild to see Vegas. Look that good in game to get a win going back home where we all saw last year. The atmosphere's are sick joke. Everyone's waffled everyone's probably on drugs. Everyone's having to blast and Vegas gold night hockey, or you know, so I'm ready for game three in that one. And I'm not at all surprised. It was split. The first. Sorry buckled with drug comment because. Yeah, I'd say the half that stadiums on a little bit of Dolly Parton. But this has been a fun series. So far seems like all the teams big boys are going and firing. Goaltending has kind of an issue on both sides game one, of course for flour. And then Martin Jones a stinker in game two and my g I think vagus only had like twenty three shots to and they ended up pot in that many. So stones look good three goals already. Patch ready? Another guy my apology tour continues. I was critical of him hasn't really got it done in big moments either or ready in the series of goal and three assists. So it's it's been fun to watch..
"foucault" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Urine scores rewards and level up. Harry's. His quote, I explain how the piano works. Reading music works. I take people from as basic as it possibly get. And then walk them through fundamental concepts of playing through intermediate and advanced concepts learned without realizing that you're actually learning. It's an exciting new frontier, I'm happy to be a part of this sort of reminds me when I took piano lessons is in the second grade, and the she used to have rulers you wrap my knuckles when I hit the wrong note. This sounds so missile. Sounds more. Like, I dunno guitar hero for piano to me with the greens and reds. When you get something right around. To play guitar. Yeah. This you can actually learn a skill. So the monthly subscription members get a lesson and music from five popular songs, they make the choice. And then if you want more cost, you a buck ninety nine conic is the first well, not I, but the most high profile of the instructors, probably bring in some more people depends on what they're being paid most people love music. He said, but no nothing about it. That's very true. After remember that if you break it down to the type of enthusiasm and verve somebody like me as possible to fire some of those synapses in people's brains. Get him to think about it in a way, they haven't thought before I think that somebody said that to me or something similar to that. When I went through on the air. How really simple the scale is in all music comes from these eight notes Ramey. Foucault Latino and sharps and flats. That's it an amazing look at all the music ever since music. I don't even know when was music discovery. Anybody know, this is a fabulous. Great exercise. Is go back in the history music to find.
"foucault" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"The the emergence of the fossils of these other creatures and beings among the stone circles. So this just seventy sews a spanner in he'll have. Because it just makes the timelines a lot more complicated. Sure. How tall do you think? The Netflix might have been can you estimate? Michael. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. Just a very quickly me finish on the on the the fossils fossil as action process. Mutt? Fossils. And I forget what university. It is. What are the major universities? Did a study on Matt Foucault's having this to two thousand and five or so, and they they actually took a tree and some organic matter, and they turned it into stone within a few days like three or four days. So much personalization can happen. Not in millions of years or thousands of years or even decades it can happen within days if you have the right conditions. So here we have ancient civilizations lodge creatures reptilian creatures humanoid key other draconian creatures because that's what I'm finding. I'm mentioning these because I'm finding fossils of such creatures George. And and suddenly the flood comes and just just tracks. All these beings, everyone including under knocking, including draconians, whatever you wanna call them as the kingdom races as as and box goes and so forth. Only bloodthirsty horrible creatures that must have occupied the earth at some stage in our history. And all these guys were trapped in them up, and then WC died, and they bodies fossilized, but and then southlands of years of of of of rainfall after the flood washes the mud off the top of the mountains. So.
"foucault" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The last two years have been uncertain and stressful for immigrant communities to say, the least, but those communities responded on Tuesday with the election of pro immigrant candidates across the region and an intensified push for pro immigrant policies joining us now to discuss this as WNYC's Aroon Bengal, Paul maroon good morning. Good morning, Richard. You're on Skype right now, we understand immigration was perhaps the defining issue of the midterms who are some of the big winners in our local immigrant communities. All right. Well, in queens, you had Catalina Cruz who's become the first dreamer in the state assembly. She joins Jessica Ramos who goes to the state Senate. And of course, Alexandria, Okaz your Cortez. Who is now the youngest woman ever elected to congress three Latinas, all representing queens. And then you have Anthony Delgado who unseated congressman John Foucault upstate and in other news over Long Island. Kevin Thomas was elected to the state Senate from Nassau County. He is a legal Sivas services attorney, and he serves residents of the Bronx, and he's become the first person of Indian descent in the New York state legislature. He's one of four people across the country became the first Indian Americans in their respective state legislatures. The others being in Kentucky, Arizona and Illinois. So this is a community that has fairly deep pockets in his now fairly decisively entering the political landscape. Okay. All these people are Democrats, and they're now the majority party in the New York legislature and the state legislature. What does that mean for immigrants here? Well, I think we can expect to see movement on certain issues like getting driver's licenses to undocumented immigrants, then there's the New York state dream act, which will help immigrant students get into college and more importantly, help them get financial aid. If they do get into college. And also, I think more funding for adult literacy initiatives child health. Plus, of course, these are all the things that are on the wish list, we'll see whether the majority can actually make that happen. We'll get one of the big takeaways of the midterms is that some Republicans around the country one by tying themselves to the Trump agenda, which is that that's true. Yeah. I think for the most part, but not not all certainly heard all the right wing panik over the migrant Tera van which is barreling towards the southern border. We've heard about the gang MS thirteen. But there are some Republicans who did take a different approach in New Jersey. Congressman Tom Arthur released this ad featuring a married couple his constituents. The congressman.
Saudi-led coalition troops take Yemen port neighborhood as country on brink of famine
"Trump to be held without bail. While he awaits trial Caesar Sayaka, Florida resident who frequently praised President Trump while threatening his opponents on social media is accused of sending bombs to the Obamas. The Clinton's former vice president Joe Biden next CIA director John Brennan, congress members, Maxine Waters, and Debbie Wasserman Schultz, liberal activists, Tom Steiner, and George Soros, actor Robert deniro and CNN's main office building in Manhattan at the supreme court. Newly seeded Justice Brett Kavanagh appeared receptive Tuesday to the arguments of a condemn Missouri prisoner who says he's likely to experience extreme. Pain if he subjected to a lethal injection Russell buck Lou was scheduled to be executed last March before the high court agreed to hear his appeal. His attorneys argued at the supreme court, Tuesday, Buckley's rare medical condition could prevent a lethal injection drug from circulating properly through his veins likely leading to a death so agonizing it would violate the constitution's ban on cruel and unusual punishment. The supreme court split four two four earlier this year on whether to allow the execution to proceed meaning Justice Cavanaugh will likely cast the deciding vote in the case, and in Wisconsin, where Republican governor Scott Walker was defeated on Tuesday in his bid for a third term an office. The high tech manufacturer Foxconn says seeking to bring in workers from China to help run the factory under construction near the city of Racine. Governor Walker back to plan with the support of house speaker Paul Ryan and President Trump to. Died three billion dollars in tax credits to Foxconn claiming the taxpayer money would provide thousands of new jobs while renovating Wisconsin's economy, but Foxconn has scaled back its plans now saying it'll hire just three thousand workers in the short term, most of them and engineering positions rather than the thirteen thousand Matthew facturing jobs governor Walker had promised and the size of the tax payer subsidy has steadily increased to four point one billion dollars during two terms office. Governor Scott Walker which known for aggressively busting unions, and for his close ties to right wing dark money groups, and those are some of the headlines, this is democracy. Now democracy now dot org. The warrant piece report, I'm Amy Goodman, Juan Gonzalez, welcome to all of our viewers and listeners across the country and around the world. Democrats have seized control of the house of representatives flipping more than two dozen seats. This gives Democrats subpoena power for the first time since President Trump was elected two years ago, while the Democrats will control the House Republicans picked up two more seats in the Senate on the state level. Democrats picked up seven governorships huge turnout numbers were reported across the country. President Trump responded to the election results by tweeting, quote, if the Democrats think they're going to waste taxpayer money investigating us at the house level. Then we will likewise be forced to consider investigating them for all of the leaks of classified information and much else at the Senate level to complete that game. The terms were a groundbreaking election for women for the first time in US history. At least one hundred women will serve in the US house of representatives, including the first two native American women and the first two Muslim women later in the program. We'll hear from. Democratic socialist Alexandra Cossio Cortes who became the youngest woman ever elected to congress. But we begin today's show with two guests here in New York, Katrina, vanden Heuvel, editor and publisher of the nation. America's oldest weekly magazine. She's also a columnist for the Washington Post dot com, and we're joined by Rashad Robinson, executive director of color of change. We welcome you both to democracy. Now, let's begin with Katrina vanden who've oh your thoughts on what has taken place the house now in the hands of Democrats Republicans have expanded control of the Senate. I think taking back the house is critical is a check on President Trump. But also, I think it's important people know that a majority of the committees and subcommittees will be controlled by progressives. The progressive caucus will have about ninety members some of the women you mentioned will join and it will have thirteen committees. And I think thirty subcommittees that's important. And I think the ability to not only hold the president in the. Administration accountable on corruption on self interest on self-dealing, but the ability to lay out bold initiatives, bold, legislation may not pass with a Senate as we've seen it. But it's critical. I think that the progressive Democrats lay out in this war of ideas, that progressives have been winning to a certain extent fifteen minimum wage jobs program infrastructure, free higher. Ed. The governor's race is one spoke of critical critical both as a blue wall against the redistricting scams that we've seen from the Republicans critical also to rest back the rust belt from Trump who really did. Well, and key parts, Wisconsin. How sweet it is Scott Walker going down. I mean, my colleague John Nichols has written so much copy about this man who busted public workers assault on education has demeaned and degraded the Wisconsin idea, so I think that's critical amendment for renewed Robinson. And I were. Talking about it. One thing we've seen in this election. Amien won the barriers to democratic participation the will funded targeting voting suppression. So men men for restoring rights to ex-felons to vote one point four million Floridians will be able to vote I think is a vital step on the road to a true democracy. Statehouses? We haven't seen the numbers yet. But those will be hopeful as well flipping. I think Minnesota and a few others. So I think it was you know, it was a bittersweet night because we've seen the incendiary toxic. Nationalism xenophobia, any immigrant actions talk of this president and his enabler in the Republican party. You know, they they secured some wins. However, those who say was kinda split, let's all recall that the Senate map is the most horrific for Democrats. I mean, it's just, you know, the one third up we're really states in which the Republicans and Trump of played well, you mentioned the rust belt, and it to know that there were three states that really delivered for Trump, Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania and of the and they're those three in those three states. The statewide all Ron's either for governor or for Senate for the US Senate of the Democrats won six out of seven. So you've seen a situation now where those key states now are really not as reliable Republican as they appear to be in two thousand. One. I mean, many of those voters went for Obama in two thousand and eight and two thousand and twelve so it was that flip in two thousand sixteen that has to be looked at. And I think last night was in good insight into what is possible in twenty twenty in effect. We can talk about a twenty twenty began last night, but that's a different discussion. But I think you see it with taking back those those state houses there were some good minimum wage initiatives in states very troubling that good initiative in Washington state, the kind of carbon tax the green new deal went down. You still see the power of corporate money in our system and at the state level. There were six states that moved into total democratic contrived and the one of the New York state where the New York state Senate, which was had been very evenly divided. The Republicans control now is overwhelmingly democratic twenty three. I think is now the number in the New York state Senate win that means in terms of what can be accomplished. By progressives. Progressives won a supermajority in the Vermont house neutralizing, the newly reelected governor fill Scott's veto threat knows this. I mean, it's critical on so many levels. But historically, as you will know we've lost over a thousand state legislative seats in the last few years. So this is coming back and saying Democrats progressives are going to play at all levels, New York state. You studied you've written one? It's a major win us. See what governor Cuomo does with it because he's hid behind the inability to do much with the independent democratic conference now defeated one last race, which I think is very important one. And I were talking about is Antonio Delgado in the nineteenth congressional district that race was supercharged with toxic racist rhetoric. John Foucault has held out against good people except for teach out, but he's gone. So I think you know, it's a bittersweet, but I think real gains were made. And I think it would be wrong to. Downplay those one of the nation's most closely watched races of the year remains too close to call Georgia secretary of state Brian Kemp, holding a slim lead over democratic challenger Stacey Abrams who is vying to be the first African American woman governor in US history, but Abrams is refusing to concede because thousands of absentee ballots have not yet been counted campus currently at fifty point five percent if he dips below fifty the race goes to a runoff. The Georgia race was marred by widespread allegations of voter suppression carried out by Brian camp. Again, who is as Georgia secretary of state is in control of the elections, despite the fact many demanded that he recused himself. Meanwhile, in Florida Democrat Andrew gillum conceded to Republican Ron to Santa's after a tight race Gillam attempting to become Florida's first African American government, but faced a string of racist attacks from outside groups into Santa's who told Floridians knocked. Monkey this up and in Maryland, Republican governor Larry HOGAN was re elected defeating democrat, Ben jealous. The former head of the N double ACP or shod Robinson. You're the executive director of color of change. Yeah. I think I think these. You know, what happened last night with particularly with Andrew in Stacy's race. I think represents the way that the south is changing.
"foucault" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Kevin Wayne, you're the CEO at Foucault welcomed software. Engineering daily. Thank you so much for having me Fossa stands for free open source software analysis. Explain what your technology does. So we're no source project. And basically we built a tool that you can plug into all your Bill processes see I'd CD pipelines. And then we'll help you track and manage all the different open source of penalties at us, man. It's great for the individual developer. But the magic really happens when you get to play at scale across hundreds of Bill pipelines across bunch of teams. And so we do that and bunch companies like Twitter's desk, Docker, oath, etc. The first area that your open source software analysis software tool has focused on is compliance and license management. So there's a lot of people out there who probably don't know why this would be an important concern. Why is? Appliance and license management of software and important problem. Yes. So, you know, the most important products on top of our technology is is compliance automated. Sweet. And so, you know, basically, what it does is it goes through all your dependencies scans every line of code for different licenses. And then it'll just do the job of collecting all the hundreds of licenses that you might be using across your open source projects. And then what we'll do as well on made things like reporting and compliance mutation will innate violations, we see we can help you enforce these policies. And so that's what the tooling. Does the reason why it's such a need as I think is a couple of things have really changed the first pieces in most software companies now in any product that they ship is using up to eighty to ninety percent third party coat. And so if you using an app today, or you're running some couldn't production that stuff is third party IP. It's not written by your developers. And and every single one of those is under these, you know, hundreds of different types of licenses a lot. Are very unique. A lot of them have very unique types of interactions. And so that scale of complexity is just something that a lot of legal teams can't really handle anymore, and it's super important because it's the majority of a product, and the second piece is at legal risk is just one of those things that escalates really really quickly. A you know, you can have one very small kind of violation that can spiral out of control into something that really puts a lot of business risk. And so, you know, while some issues, especially things like code quality issues be contained to certain code base, a legal issues or one of those things where if you just have one thing that's not fully crossed off. It could be a big problem. I don't think I have heard of any cases of software companies getting sued because they are not adhering to the licenses of the open source software that they're using how does this legal risk actually manifest do companies ever? Get sued by open source projects. Well, all the stuff happens all the time. One of the major issues is something that usually isn't super public. It usually isn't something that goes to court at settled way beforehand, but specifically when license violations happen harshly. It's from a violation of open source licenses. But the other part is a lot of the times. And this just plays into the narrative of you know, how hard it is to control your code is a modern company is that you might be using proprietary software, and you don't even know it across most of, you know, the source registries out there like NPR or get hub excetera, you'll find tons of code this out there, but it's on license, and it'll just turn out to be proprietary code. And we've seen the most crazy instances like we've seen some companies actually become these sort of like Kaifi trolls will that were there will intentionally publish packages that look like open source packages, but have some phone home mechanism at all does is like par states or do something super super trivial? And then they'll go out and then SUNY company that uses it. So those types of things are super. Exceptional. They're not very common. I I would say that. It's not likely that you're using something that belongs to like a open source licensing troll. But there is a lot of stuff out there. And it's just very very hard to keep track of what all of the different licenses are using..
"foucault" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Was already a big presence here much excitement when a monthly playmate of post arrived for the troops there are now at least thirty four individual us basis in africa and probably a lot more major general hicks explained why the hell is a really important place for us to focus now because of the al qaeda and isis affiliated violent extremists organizations were growing in strength across the suhel threatening molly for kina foucault in here in new year and if we if we don't take this opportunity to deal with it now where it's at a level that's affordable and sustainable both in blood and treasure then it may cost much much more to deal with in a later time just on the other side of the why is agadez the heart of the sahara's people smuggling business since libya collapsed into chaos in two thousand and eleven the business hides bankroll's islamist groups but corrupt officials in the have no incentive to shut it down and that's frustrating the head of special operations colonel major mussa solo bamboo i'm frustrated even the violence extremist organizations are also involved in this illegal migrations them making a lot of money out of its he's afraid that boko haram and it's i 's links over in the eastern asia on the nigerian border might join up with the extremists in the west voting molly the worst case scenario for us is for this violence extremist organizations to be able to link up imagine being able to link up with undertows groups poetry in northern mali that is bringing international troops into the saw thousands of peacekeepers in neighboring mali and french forces on a long running counter counterterrorism mission creating a new front line of the war on terror across the sahara desert report by honestly said you can hear the second part of his series on the suhel tomorrow friday he'll be reporting from mati.
"foucault" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Foucault parked a couple of buses alone just outside the motoracing circuit there elliott no one was quite sure exactly what had happened to anybody was out with position only own isolated and unfortunately for vivian at the time that he was in the back group his teammates tiba was drawing quite hard on the front group trying to bring the wellens break back so it was a day of real miscommunication and i spoke to the sports director rick van slyke about what happened briefly what happened to elliott today the main thing what we think is that he gets a little bit of the colts i before quite organized and we don't know yet what happened but on a certain moment there was a little exploration in in the fell in the field with the little doll bora guys i would certainly say oh it is in the second group there were surprised it didn't do did he has to to break or or because she lost of of of the last case he made over you have to find out then we will be made a few guys waiting we brought them back into circuit and then we start saying too steep out okay he's back we can start controlling again because if you lied to allen's too far away you maybe never see him back and then on the local shoker he gets a dropped again so i think he will be for me it's taken about the cold because he dropped a quite early his jacket and with at ten degrees difference on the start it might might effect on the body but be will she be able to find out tonight but anyway to motors another chance and we go for it again as you expect down you're playing it down a bit but interesting the men's like suggesting the cold vivian maybe took off his reign kate.
"foucault" Discussed on Counting Countries
"Sure i'm another i mean another site i just have to say his petra i mean i know jordanian but that is fascinating place in terms of favourite countries or cities have so many i would also say breaking foucault was probably one of my favorite countries have ever been to in what makes cain afaf so when your favorite ties their last spring that's right yeah no i had such a great experience there i you know i think it's a it's a compounding of a number of things i told you earlier that as a kid i was always studying maps and capitals i've always wanted to go to walk do and actually if anyone who knows me knows that i always say that i've always wanted to go here because i've always wanted to go everywhere but but specifically i mean as a kid seeing ouagadougou on the map you just what is this place so i went to bobodioulasso and ouagadougou and i had a driver that was going to take me we basically drove from from bobo to to waga end there are a number of beautiful mudbrick mosques along the way very very out of the way not in any guidebooks that i could find but i did a ton of research now i see all these little mawson's little towns and so i had a driver then when i arrived in goba deal also i he wasn't there he was actually sleeping his car but i.
"foucault" Discussed on Epicenter Bitcoin
"Is very lucrative coast because bitcoin is quite quite a volatile based and then we saw looking into and and i guess the whole theory and platform and and really started getting into small contracts and looking at the power of what you could really build in a sort of decentralize application or protocol and i think that there are many new sort of governance structures and exciting applications that can be built so so that's where i really started yeah distributed systems to me has always a big passion of mine so when i went to the national university on fest learning that can currency i kinda came into mindset but i think what people do which is that it's just a way to make good foucault by doing more at once and the more i got into the more island that it's completely different weld and i guess my passions in that area will always gonna leave me not to blockchain as these things up probably the biggest and most interesting decentralized systems that we have i did a little research at extremely national university around these systems so while i was doing research is a student i threw a new i collaborated with cray who's a supercomputing company and help them with the supercomputing language chapel and then i went onto democracy says in the same area and built my own language which specialized in systems that will only can card only distributed had no notion of doing things in order.
"foucault" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Idea of having a large garbage can and that bill was like two feet high and i would have come out giving a great speech that we spent hundreds of millions of dollars in other states congress that the house has passed three hundred seventy three bills descendants pass nothing this is a piece of garbage and i would have dumped it in the garbage can i'm not signing it get back to work that's what i would have done and the president should have done that but he didn't let's continue with calls we have tony and the great state of florida tony welcome to the bill cunningham show tony go ahead yeah thank you really can i say something about the juanita broderick before i go into what i call about you mean the rape victim of bill clinton go ahead sadistic rape hillary bit juanita broderick and drew blood sadistic thing that was and hillary clinton that foucault who had been doodle is bill clinton bill quitting ranked molested up this way across the country hillary clinton sweating the women that were brutalized by bill clinton not a word nothing joe biden he wants to take donald trump around in the back of the school yard to beat up on him because he said something about women where were your big bad joe you fake phony fraud bill tech was waiting molesting rubbing and booed leising women and hillary was threatening you democrats and you voted for we're still by joe biden voted for robert k k k bird ahead of us senate when he was in the ku klux klan any voted for the line of the set of ted kennedy for all kinds of august positions when ted kennedy killed somebody he didn't.
"foucault" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Of having a large garbage can and that bill was like two feet high and i would have come out giving a great speech that we spent hundreds of millions of dollars in states congress that the house has passed three hundred seventy three bells descendants sentence passed nothing this is a piece of garbage and i would have dumped it in the garbage can i'm not signing it get back to work that's what i would have done and the president should have done that but he didn't let's continue with calls we have tony and the great state of florida tony welcome to the bill cunningham show tony go ahead yeah thank you really what can i say something about the juanita broderick before i go into what i call them back you mean the rape victim of bill clinton that one either roger will h that was a brutal sadistic rape they did juanita broderick and drew blood sadistic thing that was and hillary clinton that foucault had the doodle is bill clinton bill clinton ranked molested ripped his way across the country hillary clinton sweating the women that were brutalized by bill clinton not a word nothing joe biden he wants to take donald trump around in the back of the school yard to beat up on him because he said something about women where were your big bad joe you fake phony fraud when bill tech was waiting molesting rubbing and brutalizing women and hillary was threatening you democrats and you voted for where we go by joe biden voted for robert kkk bird ahead of the us senate when he was in the ku klux klan any voted for the line of the senate ted kennedy for all kinds of gus positions when ted kennedy killed somebody serve as a calling in they're not gonna vote ever again but donald trump because of the bucket.
"foucault" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Also gold with matthew mcconnahey didn't do well and was poorly received by critics another one that nobody went to was billy liens long halftime walk to never see in the previous flat i think we when we were doing patents to i think we played the trailer on that and certainly sounds like something we would watch the trailer four but i recall it and it left i don't even remember that'd be an in theaters then fifty shades darker which bombed hated i'm so glad i hope you're done with that whole series and then one of the one of the worst movies of the year the great wall with matt damon worst movies here the state slubby they made a lot of money still i i guess worldwide it made pretty good money big time and in the they claimed that they made that movie not for us yeah it was a chinese movie i n maybe it's one of their chinese legends or something but what came over the wall were monsters mean who is bad that looked really is really bad really stupid aaa lowest transformers none of that list undetermined so far anyway saying because a transformers and deserved beyond that was the most transformers separate category there is a horror movie called a cure for wellness which was also panned by critics i don't i don't know anybody in that i don't know the the actual story line of that one but the critics hated it they also hated trespass against us which i have never heard of michel foucault bender is in that.