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Fresh update on "four hour" discussed on Bet The Board
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Los Angeles Erupts As Dodgers Fans Celebrate World Series Championship
"I WANNA zoom out here now on the dodgers as this franchise because this was their first championship in thirty two years and I was watching Dave Roberts and putting aside all of the Cova. Complications it was hard not to feel something for that guy and it was hard to feel something for this organization N. This fan base and this city. So what did you make of the dodgers finally getting over? This. Particular Hump, you know I think that Dave Roberts has been a guy who at times has been rightly maligned for his decision making but the decision making that will stick with me from this postseason has to do with two pitchers Clayton Kershaw in Julio. Arenas Dave Roberts twenty four hours before he won a world series championship got booed by a crowd that was almost entirely dodger fans at a neutral site stadium. It was a really weird thing. This guy who's got all these supposed demons and October's getting a standing ovation coming off the field. For for people who think he should have stayed in the game it was just a very bizarro situation and you know what I think Dave? Roberts. made the right move there. And people are always going to say process over outcome process over outcome raised died on that mantra and. Dave Roberts lived on it. He ended up going with Julio Arias for the last three innings of the clincher in the S. In the last three innings of the clincher in the world series he had Clayton Kershaw and Kenley Jansen, his two rocks out in the bullpen ready and willing to go and he said now I'm a stick with a kid who's pitching. He stuck with the guy who looked good and that is one thing that Kevin cash did not do. And there's an argument to be made. That they lost the world series because of that. And then you look at Julio. Maria Standing There Austin Barnes catching that call third strike in grabbing the ball with his right hand and stuffing in his back pocket. That's history in his back pocket right there and the celebration that came afterward and all of the madness and weirdness and oddity of two thousand twenty being wrapped up in such a perfect though.
Fresh "Four Hour" from Vickie Allen and Levon Putney
"Not too bad across the George Washington Bridge, and you are delayed free both ways at the Lincoln and Holland tunnels that were next traffic updates in less than 10 minutes on Java, you, CBS. Thank you very much, Miss Kelly. Now your three day forecast from meteorologist Daniel Nettle. I have a fair amount of clouds around the area tonight with a low of 52 for tomorrow into tomorrow night will be cloudy, chilly and rainy as well. Have the moisture from Zeta moving through and we can see some heavy rain at times for the afternoon and evening about the watch for some localized flooding, especially in poor drainage areas have an early high of 53 4 tomorrow 42 the low tomorrow night. And for Friday some leftover rain for the morning. Otherwise mostly cloudy, windy and colder highs around 45 degrees 57 in Bayonne, 56. Bayshore Fair Skies and 50 degrees in West Haverstraw, Darien and Rye. 55 overcast in miss concept. And in Central Park, the Windsor calm humidities 84% skies are overcast and its 56 degrees. WCBS news time 8 40 election officials in Westchester County of announced that ours would be extended by one hour each day at all 17 early voting sites Over the first three days of early voting, some residents stood online for upwards of four hours. The county Board of Elections is dispatching extra staff and equipment. At least one check in station was to have been added to most sites starting today. This is Lion Radio. I'm a Jeffrey Lyons looking at movies coming soon Kevin Costner and Diane Lane star and let him go. He plays a retired sheriff. They're still grieving over the loss of their son, and they seek to find his grandson Kristen.
Interview With Carla Hassan
"Welcome Carla to the CMO podcast and congratulations the new city CMO. So happy to have you on his, you're just promote it and you were promoted about the time city named its first woman CEO. Jane Fraser did you to celebrate in any interesting or unusual way during Cova? We didn't well, we we We did celebrate over over a phone call. I am a huge fan of Jane's ever since I met her a couple of years ago. I just and I'm so thrilled for her I really really enthralled for her and I'm I'm honored to be working for her and alongside her and. And Look I think. This is just one of those times when you just really proud to to work at the company that you work at bright because the the the. The fact that we are putting our values to action by you know by by appointing Jane the CEO of the company is just such a huge huge nod to the wonderful leader that she is the greatest compliments that she's had and then also values we have as a company around diversity inclusion. I couldn't be more thrilled. I. Couldn't be more thrilled. We're going to get into that later but did you do any celebration with your family or friends? Yeah. Well, you know it's funny I actually. Back to your first question about whether I celebrated with Jane. So my announcement came out a believe it was on publicly on Wednesday and then hers was on Thursday and I wanted to email her and say, you couldn't give me twenty four hours to like celebrating. I. I thought that would be the right thing to do. But anyway she would have she would have gotten a kick out of if I'd actually said that you know we did celebrate at home we have a thirteen year old and I think for her it was a moment of pride in fact, I'll tell you. The week before that, we were driving in the car I was with her and I? And I saw the note that came out the president that came out to to the company about promotion and I. I kind of choked up a little bit and I handed her the phone. She said, Mama. What's wrong and I said nothing's wrong north and sometimes you know your life you know things happen in your life in a good way after you've worked so hard and I had her the phone and she read it and she said she just kind of looked at me. She said, you know Mama I am really proud of you and that was. Honestly, enough celebration for I mean. Obviously, we've got another marketer in the household who was also a very, very happy for me. So we just kind of had it real a quiet. Celebration at home. Sweet story what what? What was it about the letter that moved you? You know I think we all worked so hard right I mean we all just worked so hard and some days we we slug it out and leadership is hard and marketing his hard and. You know I've. I've had ups and downs my career I mean I started off at Kellogg's it at Pepsico and I took very traditional consumer packaged goods, marketing routes, and I kinda knew really where I was headed and then I decided to the one time in my life that I actually made a took a risk in my career. It was such a public failure right and so for me it. Took a long time for me to get when you went to toys R. us. That's when I went to are. Yeah and you know I would not change it for the world. It has opened up so many doors for me and it has taught me so much about the kind of leader I want to be the kind of team I want to be around and the kind of. The way I want to I, want to sort of lead teams in and Dr Visions but. Say was hard right I. Mean it was hard and you know in in the at the risk of being vulnerable, that was not a not a not an easy time for me personally for my daughter to see that and for my my parents who live in Lebanon to see that you know for me it was it just it wasn't a fun moment in my life, and so I've worked really hard to kind of come back from that and so I think it wasn't necessarily the. The words, per se but it really was kind of the moment for me. That was just like all right. You know what a few years after that happened. I worked hard and you know and here I am and so I think that that's more what it was from than than than specific words. Yeah. We're in a very big role now internally externally but that decision of Toys R. US to me is one of the more interesting decisions you made in your life so I wanna come back to that. The podcast. So I've got a lot to say about that. Super before we get too much further into this, this podcast is a first. You're the second member of your family to be interviewed by me. We released their husband Tareq podcast in July. Of course is a CMO at PETCO and our viewers or listeners can hear this but you have a beautiful dog taking a nap behind you on this new. So it's a dog starts to make some noise just bring him in. No, forgive me if he does I, guess. So, did you listen to your husband's podcast? I did I thought he did a really nice job. You know it's funny Jim. I. Don't know if you well, you did you did have conversation about this. You know we tend not. We have in our entire career tended not to talk about. The fact that we're married and in fact, I would tell you that there are so many people in. That will will hear me you mentioned my husband's name not saying who he is and and will will say wait a minute what that Tareq is your husband hold on a second. So we been pretty deliberate about. You know not. Not, sort of mean public about it but I do you know we follow each other? We do. We do love to hear what each other stay and and so I thought that was actually a really thought. He did a really nice
Fresh update on "four hour" discussed on All Things Considered
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Victoria takes a deep breath and opens up!
"I'm health reported Teigen Tyler Physician and Journalists Dr Norman Swan on this really important for all pride. Victorians. Chief see the twenty seventh of October. Yes. Finally yesterday in Victoria. The Prima Donna Andrews announced the revised roadmap towards bacteria covid normal and it was a real relief for Victorians and the rest of the nation Norman what sort of the highlights of what Dan Andrews said yesterday because it's the comprehensiveness of the opening up, there is no daily dallying now retail hospitality getting back to work. Yes. There are restrictions on indoor numbers and outdoor numbers. But if you live in New South Wales, you're used to that and that will take a while to loosen up but everything just gets going and later on today the numbers in households will become clearer because that is a high risk environment. But if recycle is anything to go by, you won't really notice it too much and it will loosen up with time zones. There aren't any significant outbreaks. Milestone in starting. To have zero cases and the last time, the state had zero cases when on the ninth of June one hundred and forty days ago. So obviously, there's still probably GONNA be filtering through in the next few days but really, really hot. The. Really hot work that they've been doing paying off you know Sommese. Still be virus in Victoria and you will see the odd cluster popping up as indeed they do new South Wales, but eventually, it will get down to almost zero spread. So it's it's fantastic news. But the premiums, right it's constant vigilance is what's required covered normal does not be normal covered normal means social distancing means not getting together to large numbers too. Early it needs ring really careful at home in means continuing to wear masks outside so. Lucky. That they've got mandated masks. New South doesn't yet. You know hair salons can do services when the clients wearing face covering corona cast listeners will remember that we covered the story in a few weeks ago a few months ago I can't remember now but the flat tackle that's right. The in united. States swear to positive here salon workers did not pass the virus onto their clients by wearing masks insisting that their clients wear masks. So it's really important. So these things will protect US moving forward. One of the things that really stood out to me went any Landrus is talking about what the new normal looks like is how much the rest of the country can learn from this because in places that aren't. Victoria and you South Wales. It's been quite a long time since it's been a lot of virus circulating in the community that we know about at least and I know from my own experience living in Queensland that I think there's a lot of complacency that's crept in and it's probably a good time to just refocusing guy this isn't normal life. We still got a kate how God's up try and it could come in to come in on a ship from overseas. You've already seen problems in western. Australia nobody is particularly safe the risk of spread by open borders and I was extremely low, but it does mean we've all got to be careful moving forward. At some point, international borders are going to have to open up we're going to have to learn what covered normal actually means now new South Wales are ready to move in. You saw the football matches you. It doesn't feel to abnormals in in in in New South Wales, and that's the real feeling in Victoria but I think those two states are better prepared for this. Than the other states and we've got to open up the borders and people just will have to be more careful definitely in Australia where in a much better position than other parts of the world where covered normally is no in knee normal live, and in the states, this disease control have expanded their definition of what a close contact means in terms of someone's ability. To spread the virus if they had this definition by the way, these definitions are fairly arbitrary based on evidence. That's not necessarily very solid. So they had a similar a criterion to us which right at the beginning of the pandemic was sh- you might remember which is he going to be within a couple of meters of somebody for fifteen minutes to have a significant. Chance of passing this on and what we know now is the aerosol spread the lows that's be contravened indoor environments but no the redefined were close contact is if you just think about that as the means of spread and there's no question that a lot of spread is through contact and what they've found is that in fact, you can be in close contact with somebody. Over a twenty, four hour period repeatedly. So it's not just a fifteen minute window. It's actually multiple occasions and it comes from correctional facilities where they've shown that tired the infection was probably cumulative infection over a period of time. So it's no longer fifteen minutes. It's still two meters in the case of the United States, but it can be over twenty four hour period not just one fifteen minute window. So multiple short episodes of content
TicWatch Pro 3 GPS Specifications And Features
"Bought stuff from them before as well. Now, speaking to buying stuff. Justin a couple ago on the show was involved in a kickstarter program for the tick watch and you know it was kind of interesting to hear how you were. You were buying into this this technology and when they finally got to production, you get one and you got one we're pretty happy with it. Yeah. Yeah. So the tick watches a, it's a smart watch. It's it's it's GonNa take it was designed to really take on the Apple Watch. I think actually at the time they did it I don't think he even the Apple Watch. No, it was. It was out there. But yeah. So the first take watch came out it was okay. It was it was it did what it did, but it was slow. It was clunky was big. Then they came out with the tick watch to came out tick watch pro and the tick watch pro to, and so they've been successful as a company. They're still releasing new products and they're not doing kickstarter anymore they're full-fledged company now. They just recently announced the new tick watch pro three. GPS. When I heard about this, this would be my third watch that I purchased from them because I did purchase the tick watch to again it was a little bit clunky. But I did decide to go ahead and purchase the tick watch pro three GPS model. This one by far is going to be the best watch they've ever released because I've. I've already read the reviews on it from people that have gotten advanced models. This is the first watch on the market regardless of who makes it it's the first smartwatch on the market to use the new qualcomm snapdragon wear forty, one, hundred processor. This thing is lightning fast. It also has a seventy two hour active battery or a two week. To two week standby battery on the LCD screen. So you've got a great extended battery because mine right now, I can barely get twenty four hours out of it and I've got to charge it. You also have a lot more. Health and fitness tracking features. They do also come with some things like take calm or. I should say so if you're feeling stressed, you just hit the tick Zenit helps you calm down. Eve also. got like tick, tick a tick oxygen or something like that. Basically, it tells you your oxygen level fitness tracking things like that does run where a West however, they've taken their the WAIROA estimated their own. You can still run where OS APPS on it. So if I want to get Google messages but I want to get out look if I want to other things like that I can put that on my watch, but I also can use the tick watch features. And also it is faster like I said, and it's also sleeker. It's smaller it's thinner and it's more lightweight. So this goes for two ninety nine. And I did get it with a discount if you go to mob Voi-, Dot Com M., O. B.. Dot Com voi- dot Com. That's the maker of the tick watch. You can go there. You can get it if you're new user like if you never bought a Dick locher before fifteen percent off and also if you use the add onto chrome called honey now we've talked about honey in the past right honey is a an add on that tries all these extra coupon codes. If you use honey, you can also get an extra fifteen dollars off. So out the DOOR A. To nine thousand, nine watch after shipping and everything came to to fifty nine for me. That's not bad. Now, what if you're an apple user? Can you still tie this into your operating system and no actually you can't it's either going to be. You have to have an apple watch with an apple product you're going to have to have an android phone with watch I mean just one of the other, just the same as you can't have an apple watch paired with an android. But. I want to mention just a couple of numbers real quick hundred and fifty percent GP increase since the last model eighty-five CPU, and memory eighty-five percent CPU and memory increase and a twenty five percent power save over the previous model. So if you're into smart watches and you don't necessarily want to get the Samsung Galaxy, watch which I think is going for three ninety nine. Checkout Tick Watch T. I see watch and you can get a mob Voi- dot Com I don't think I'm pronouncing that right but it's.
U.S. sees record surge in coronavirus cases
"Today. We have had what is the largest number of new cove infections in this country on any single day? Since the pandemic hit, we just hit a new record. This is the screaming headline right now the Washington Post America hits highest daily number of coronavirus cases since pandemic began nation is poised to enter its worst stretch yet of the pandemic with hospitalizations rising in thirty eight states. Wanted. To show you those statements tonight from Caldo Doshi in the ICU nurse and emily caps the. In part because of where they're from. Mr Dotion is an ICU nurse working at what is now converted into a full Cova D- unit in Duluth. MINNESOTA. But Emily Cops, the CNA she's in, as I said, a town called Quinta Kansas. Quinta Kansas is population one thousand. That's Work Winter Kansas's. It's four hours, drive north west of Wichita. If you're trying to find it on the map, it is as rural as rural America gets. That's what's happening. Now, that's what's driving this in the country. The last time we had case numbers anywhere near this Hai literally, most of the cases in the country at that time were from a handful of large population states for Florida and California and Texas and Arizona now, it's a handful of states it's everywhere. And there's something else I want to point out about where we are right now. Can we can we? Put the national graph back up there for a second. Look at look at where we've been not just where we are right now. But where we've been that I peek that we got in early April of terrible right when up to like thirty thousand cases day just atrocious thousands of Americans died hundred thousand people dead by the end of May because of that peak in new cases that we saw in early April. But? Look. How we got to that peak, we got to that peak from here on the graph look at the baseline we built up from in that case, right? We got to that I we were starting at zero it was a new virus, the no, the novel coronavirus we started with basically zero cases in this country in January February, and we went in that first peak from zero cases up to thirty thousand cases today. But then after that I peak and we started to come back down we didn't come all the way back down. We didn't go all the way back down to zero. We never actually got below an average of about twenty thousand new cases every day so that we started to surge again, we were searching from a higher point. There was tons more virus circulating in the country at a baseline level, and so because we were building on a bigger base line. When we had a second surge while there was higher amounts of virus circulating out there every day our second peak ended up being that much higher. Our second peak ended up being twice as I in terms of the peak rate of new infections because our baseline started higher. Right and in that second peak. Tens of thousands of people died right that's when we hit that second peak in high summer. All those cases stacked up with a high summer. We ended up with two hundred thousand Americans dead by the third. Week of September. After we saw that huge pecan cases in the high summer. But now, here's our problem right now because after that second scary second peak in the high summer when we drop back down again, not only do we not go down to zero wouldn't even go back down to where we we're. We're our baseline had previously been. When we drop down after that second peak, our new baseline didn't spend much time low forty, thousand new cases a day. and. Now that huge high baseline number is where we are climbing up from. So how high are we going to get this time I? Mean our peak number of infections keeps getting higher with each subsequent surge because with each subsequent surge, we're building on an increasingly large baseline. An increasingly large baseline of virus circulating in the country and that is happening over time as time moves from left to right on this graph, you can see our country increasingly failing overtime. And getting worse and worse and worse at stopping the spread of the virus, which is why peaks keep going up. If we can't get our baseline down ever if each new baseline between these surges is higher than each. Peak is going to be higher to and that many more Americans are going to die with each search. So, right now, we never got low right right now, this new search that we've got right now is coming out of a baseline. Of Forty thousand cases a day with a ton of virus circulating in the country. And where we are right now heading back up to a new peak, who knows how high it's going to be we've got a forty percent rise on hospitalizations in this country in the past month. In. The past week at least fourteen states have set hospitalization records. And we're just getting worse and worse and worse than even trying to contain it in some places yesterday in one county in. Idaho. Regional Health Board meeting they heard from their regional epidemiologist that the hospitals in that region of northern. Idaho. We're hitting capacity that they're major local hospital had the previous day hit ninety nine percent capacity even after doubling up patients in rooms and buying more physical hospital beds to try to put patients in them the local health board responded to that news from their epidemiologist by voting at that meeting. To repeal the local mask. mandate. They got told their hospitals or at capacity there's nowhere to put patients anymore in their response was to get rid of the local mass mandate. That's northern Idaho. One County over from where president trump recently tweeted in support of a local anti mask rally. Yeah take off the masks open everything up. And now here's what you get. Soaring covid nineteen infection rates in. Kortelainen in the surrounding communities of Northern Idaho have pushed Kootenai Health Hospital to declare it has reached capacity for all medical and surgical
Interview with Curtis Pierce Author of "Pacific on the Right: Two Pilots, One Airplane, a Lifetime of Memories"
"That is the book about flying down at Chile and first of all. I guess the question is why in the world did you fly a one seventy two from where you aren't Phoenix all the way down to Santiago Chile you could have just put it in a crate ship. Well, that's a that's a good question and I guess I'll answer it with a with a quick story I would instructor for several years and loved instructing I love teaching I. Had I don't know forty fifty students that I did sign offs four and countless other students that were you know checkouts and be Afars and and so on. But I especially my private students I always. Trying to instill in them the idea that that this is something that you you're going to do forever you want to get that certificate you WanNa keep it current you wanna find that joy if lying the rest of us have already figured out and one of the ways that I told them to kind of do that or suggested. Is that they avoid the trap of the Hundred Dollar Hamburger in my time as an instructor I saw so many students would you know get their their private and they would fly for a couple years? They'd go have breakfast. You know an hour away couple of hours away and whatever, and just do kind of. You know little runs day trips and stuff and they got bored because you know after a while you've been all the places that are in our way and you know you, you've already had every dish on the menu at your favorite airport restaurant and then you get bored. And so I I always told my students you know You know rent the plane overnight go places take your family you know make it make it kind of a gateway to all these experiences that you can't have with the airlines are or just by road tripping around. And one of my students who really took that to heart and he bought a brand new Cessna one, seventy, two and told me hey I I. WanNa buy this plane and I want to fly it to Chile after I, pick it up and I said. And you know you can just take the wings off and put it in a container and You know in a couple of months it'll be waiting for you. And he laughed he goes well, aren't you the guy that told me I should go fly and have adventures and not just do the hunter dollar hamburger and I said well yeah. And so that was how we came to do it. He he was my private student he bought the airplane delivered. maybe a month or two before he got his private we spent another month or two of getting the equipment we needed and flying off the I fifty hours on the engine. You know to go through the break in period so we could switch to regular oil. And obviously, you know we didn't want to be surprised by any bugs or any any issues with the airplane that we might find. We didn't have any and so we we did that fifty hours and then we on a very cold November morning in Scottsdale Arizona we we took off for Santa Iago. Wow and that's But there's a little bit of planning ahead though before we just jumped on the plane and win so tells us a little bit about that as far as going down because I'm sure it took like a month or a month or whatever to get down there. How did you go about especially with a brand new student planning a trip through multiple countries, different types of aerospace down to Chile well it started out with him saying, how do we do this and me saying you know I've never actually flown out of the country before. The my student who became my very good friend that where we're still very good friends to this day more than twenty years later. He was a very successful businessman from Chile. had businesses all over central and south. America. was very well versed in business and in traveling and kind of negotiating the red tape of doing business in other countries, and so he he didn't know the nation part of it, but but he was already a depth kind of weaving his way through bureaucracy. And what I brought to the table was obviously you had a bad prion, two thousand and fifteen hundred hours at that time. So I've been flying for while. and so I kind of knew the airplane part of it but the actual planning basically started with me saying, Hey, let's just call planning company and be done with it. Just send US everything and we'll send them a check. Well, it turns out that there's not a single planning company that will touch a piston airplane they they only do jets and so we basically did it on her own. We found an F., B. O. and Chile that was willing to help us a little bit while we were on the road this was. Cell phones were around but not too many people had them, and certainly an international plans were not a thing. So. We kind of needed somebody in real time could assist us. But for the most part we we searched out all the permits ourselves just. was basically you know cold calling the various agencies in in all the different countries we plan to land in and just got the permits we had email, and so most of it was done by email I spoke a little bit of Spanish but it wasn't great and so he did most of the communicating and I did kind of logistical planning of okay. We're in a one, seventy two we can go about four hours, and so we mapped out our stops and figured out you know what would be technical stop where we would just get gas and keep on going and then what stops would be overnight stops where we would have to clear customs and Have permission to stay on an overnight basis, and so it it took about six months I kept a journal and I still have all my notes you know phone numbers and email addresses for all these different agencies and when I contacted who and kept tractable of all the permits as they came in But we we kind of had a date set. We wanted to hit the weather so that it wasn't too hot wasn't too cold on either end because obviously the seasons are opposite and in south, America. So we had to kind of thread the needle weather wise So we started pretty early but by. Probably late September early October we had everything lined up that we needed one looking at the at the math here I had to refresh my geography I guess. Just just looking at the root, you'd have to take up the one, seventy two. You'RE NOT GONNA fly over the Pacific Ocean right? Right. Right there. So I mean just down obviously from Arizona through Mexico and. Guatemala Nicaragua to be fifteen countries or something along the way. It was eleven, countries, eleven. Affair yes. And and being a one, seventy two you probably had to stop and most of them I'd imagine. Or Eight. Now we didn't use. We didn't use bladder tanks. The airplane was completely unmodified so like I said, you know that airplane Was a sixty gallon usable airplane or no sorry fifty gallon US airplane. So burning ten gallons and our meant for hours and we we needed a place to land. So we we based. All of our flight planning on that was that we we couldn't go any more than four hours,
Hurricane Epsilon Is a Category 2 Storm
"Epsilon is now hurricane, Epsilon and officially the Tenth Hurricane of the twenty twenty season. It also intensified to a category three on Wednesday gaining fifty miles an hour and wind speed in just twenty four hours according to the National Hurricane Center the Atlantic storm is forecast to Miss Bermuda on, but it's outer winds are expected to affect the tiny island with its closest approach on Thursday night. A tropical storm warning has been issued. Their Epsilon is the twenty sixth named storm of the season edging closer to the two thousand, five record of twenty. Eight.
Best Of Getting Great Growth In Business With Facebook Groups with Marc Mawhinney
"Welcome everybody. I'm your host Brian Basilico. And this is the podcast where you learn to make your business Sizzle online. So are you ready to fry up some new business? Hey everybody. I've got a great guest in a friend. His name is Mark Winnie and Mark is a coach's job and the man has been a Content generating machine. So I wanted to introduce you to him and his methodology. So Mark, how you doing, man? Hey Brian, I'm doing good. So, how's life up in Canada? Home life is going very well. I can now get out of the igloo. It's getting to that time of year, you know two weeks of Summer coming up in Canada. Now, it's it's beautiful. I'm half very happy that song. Dude, so what I'd like to start out doing is getting people to know who is Mark. What's your background? And how did you get from where you were to where you are now, so can you tell us? Yeah, I mean my background the shortcomings version as I got into real estate right out of University, you know back when I was a spring chicken. I'm Twenty-One years old and build up my real estate business for over a decade throughout my twenties just work my you-know-what off and work work work and things grew and business was doubling every year and and things are going great. And I had a lot of you know highs and accesses at that time, but I also had my share of failures I had to business closures over, you know over that decade. Now one of them was really bad not that there's ever a good business closure but one of them had employees and it got messy cuz in my part of the world every single time, there's a business clothes that could be restaurant. It can be a bookstore or anything that a lot of people attacking. Business owner. Yeah, like it's their fault. They planned it right? Cuz that's what people plan to do open a business and closet. So I dealt with the slings and arrows of that but actually worked out well that, you know led me to coaches because I needed help to get back on my feet and I hired several coaches and and had mentors and really just fell in love with whole concept of coaching and that's what led me into coaching and now he's coaching for three years. So yeah, that's awesome. So Mark you you've really been like this content creation machine you started out with like a podcast today. I think it was on episode somewhere around 1:50 and then close to 400. And so you've built up some really really great basis on Facebook with two different Facebook groups. Can you talk about the evolution of how that happened and what they've done for your business? Yeah. I mean, I'm a huge fan of Facebook groups. I just I love them. So I have two main I have other groups for you know, my coaching programs and stuff smaller groups for the people that are dead. Ask the clients but I have two main groups. So I have my natural-born coaches pass gas Group, which you're a member of and that's for anyone who's been on my show. So I've got as a recording Us by 430 episodes and we've got three hundred and some people that are in that group. So that's that's one group the group that's larger and even more activity though, cuz it's open to any coaches or people interested in coaching is the coaching jungle and I believe you're you're a member in there as well. So thank you. So the coaching jungle groups the other one and we're up to almost 2,000 right now and that's happened really quickly roughly six seven months. It's grown without any paid advertising that's all organic and kind of word-of-mouth are so if anyone wants to check that one out, they could go to the coaching Jungle Juice con will direct you there. Awesome. So having these two groups in this podcast, how is this helped or affected your business? I think it's made it a lot easier to to group your tribe. Gather so Facebook's my playground. I mean some people are linked in people. I'm on there and you know, I've got 60,000 Twitter followers. So I'm fairly active on Twitter but really Facebook is my big box where I play and my personal profiles at that 5,000 cap that limit that you have the problem is if I was just talking to the personal profile of got people on their lot of coaches. Yeah, but there's also a lot of people doing other things that don't have any interesting coaching and those are my people that's my Niche I help coaches build their businesses. So it wouldn't get the same traction but by building up a community like the coaching jungle groups, a lot of people together who are my people, you know, and even if not saying that every single person is going to become a client obviously but a number of them have or they referred people over or at least I'm learning stuff right like everyday. I'm jotting down stuff. I'm learning in that group from the people in there. So I just like going forward with social media where it's so noisy with all the platforms and all the different ways that you can reach people. I think that these kind of tribes and groups are going to be even more important cuz it groups people similar to trust together rather than just be kind of scattered all over that platform. Yeah, totally makes sense. So from there. You've got all this traction all these people that you're talking to how hard is it to moderate thousands of people because you know, one of the things as a group moderator, you're always going to get those people just don't understand the rules want to constantly sell promote their stuff. I mean, how do you manage that? Yeah, there's one or two spammers on the internet at maybe three or four I will say with my group of the number of people for having almost 2,000. It's been very good so far now I just added three of men this week as a recording this so I got to a point where this has happened very rare, but rarely, but there's been a couple of cases where someone will send me a message and say Hey, FYI, Joe just put a bunch of porn on a thread, you know or something like some idiot post porn links or whatever wage. Maybe he was hacked or you know, maybe it was him. But for whatever reason he can't have that on there and I can't watch all the time cuz I'm busy with my clients and what the podcast and with everything else. So I did bring on Thursday and then and the cool thing there is it's three that I trust and there are people that I know they've always been active in the group one of them's in the UK so she's at a different time zone than I am. I'm I'm in a weird time zone in Atlantic Canada. I'm an hour past later than Easter. So she's four hours later than me. So it means if somebody decides to make it, you know, put a bunch of corn stuff up in the middle of the night when I'm suggesting chicken catch it. So overall what the really big thing for the coach and jungle why it's been so easy to manage up to this point is I've kind of had a no-nonsense policy around people selling and people spamming
Credible reports protesters shot dead in Nigeria
"In Nigeria's largest city legos reports are coming in of security forces opening fire tonight on unarmed demonstrators the demonstrators had been protesting in fact against police brutality according to several eyewitnesses the live rounds hit several people details on casualties have not yet been confirmed. This evening's violence erupted after the Lagos State government imposed a twenty four hour curfew in response to the growing protests against police violence. Yesterday protesters blocked a major expressway in Lagos and also targeted the main airport shutting down terminals Judeh John was a lawyer and journalist and Lagos earlier today I asked him how people in the city were responding to the curfew. People in a frenzy panicked people are constant appointments people are running home. Lagos notorious for heavy traffic transportation is a nightmare and so I've just feel so sad for people who would have to be rushing home and David cuts under ruled. It's well before many people usually get home from work. I've even seen suggestions on twitter cautioning those not close to home to head to a hotel. Why did authorities take such action what prompted this Nigeria's security systems if the mess that incentivized protect powerful on the privilege against citizens The government in this atmosphere of chaos. Must have made strategy conclusion that the easiest thing to do is keep everybody hope. Just a sense of will not have the capacity to contain spiraling protests on. We should do the easiest thing for us to do to keep this on their ups. The problem with that is that citizens expect that the government should be taken action to protect constitional protests citizenship but the punished. For the government's inability to secure life on property, which ironically is the point of the protests in the first place. So while I can send me a tree she, it's the thinking that led to this. It said Selena against them because even though you can see, yes, people understand that we care on this trees the government was trying to get control over fluid situation. Students expected mental thought of a better way to do this that doesn't infringe on the rights of peaceful protests on the rights of freedom of assembly. So today when you say the police system in Nigeria a mess, a lot of Nigerians point I two SARS a special anti robbery squad, the unit that actually prompted all these protests and now the demands of the protesters have grown beyond just a narrow focus on the SARS unit. What are protesters calling for? Now any serious blended engaged government should have anticipated that the conditions that covid nineteen hundred presented would stimulate already restless citizenry to get on the streets in Nigeria. Young people overwhelmingly. Tired, of bad, governance, they're tired of what appears to be disengaged disconnected. Government, that's the crux of the matter people just feel like the government's a disconnected from the demand the desires of every major ends what people are really tired of is Goldman that doesn't care when citizens die. That's the problem and onto citizens believe that the government is not just going to react to the protests at the time. The government understands that this is about disappointment in the system. The demands will keep on multiplying.
New species of water bear uses fluorescent 'shield' to survive lethal UV radiation
"Tar Degrades you know the adorable microscopic water bears that can survive basically anything like being frozen for thirty years and then being revived again or as a species surviving all five mass extinctions. will newly discovered strain of tar grade has another superpower protection from lethal levels of ultraviolet light. A recent study published in the Royal Society Journal found that the Para macrobiotics because our strain of tar grade I detected in Bangalore exhibits of fluorescent shield to protect against UV, light causing them to glow. Quoting. C.. N. For the experiment send deep M S RAPA Assistant Professor at the Indian Institute of Science exposed this tar grade along with another type of tar degrade hippies exemplary to UV, light all of the Para macrobiotics agreed survived for thirty days after fifteen minutes of exposure to the lethal raise the other tar degrade died within twenty four hours of exposure. The hardy tar degrade was also the only specimen observed the experiment to have glowed under the harsh light which the researchers revealed the key to their survival. The research team proposed that the tar degrade has fluorescent shield that absorbs the harmful light and emits a harmless blue light, which is what causes them to glow after discovering that their ability to glow was the tar degrade secret weapon S. Orapa made a fluorescent extract from the Para macrobiotics be alarmed strain and covered the other type of tar degrade used in the experiment in the protective material when exposed to UV light this enhanced tardy grade which had originally died from exposure to the radiation after a day showed partial tolerance and quotes. The light used in the experiment is stronger than the UV light that reaches us on earth from the Sun. But after conducting more experiments on tar degrades Esmeralda to expand his research and says, it's possible in extract of the fluorescent shield from the tar degrade could be used as a sunscreen for
Apple Launches ‘Apple Music TV,’ a 24-Hour Music Video Livestream
"Apple launched a new thing on Monday that got me ridiculously excited. wherefore I know not. Ars Technica Says Apple launched a twenty four hour streaming video channel called Apple Music TV that will hearken back to the early days of MTV. By playing mostly music videos. But in this case, it's ad free. Kinda I mean the whole things in that right for apple music for the musicians but. Nobody's GONNA trying to sell you a flex tape. So that's cool. Monday seems to have been a marathon of the top one hundred music videos streamed on apple music repeated at least a couple of times. That'll be replaced by human curated music videos the vast majority of the time to ours. A piece from variety says those will be broken up by interstitial video pulled from interviews featured on the Apple Music Radio Stations Apple Music one hit and country but. You know no ads.
U.S. charges Russian military hackers
"A story for you. May Two thousand seventeen voters in France went to the polls to elect a new French president just like in our election the before then Russian intelligence agencies in the Russian government played hard in the French election that year russian-owned websites pushing outlandish rumours about the centrist candidate Emmanuel macron. Those rumors were then processed into pieces Russian state media outlets. macron's rival was a far right candidate named Marine Le Pen she had inherited from her Holocaust denying Father Control of Francis Post. World War Two Fascist Party. So it was the neo-fascist party running against macron. Lapenne far-right neo-fascist campaign was explicitly bankrolled by a Russian state controlled bank. Marine Le Pen went to Moscow and met with Vladimir Putin at the Kremlin during the campaign. This was not subtle. But it was. Too much for Russia to pass up a divisive racist far right fascist candidate injecting chaos into the elections in a major. European. Democracy in twenty seventeen that's like catnip to Russia. Right? They want to undermine democracy everywhere. They will undermine Western countries in general however they can. But Russia's saved its boldest move for the eve of that French. Just two days before the vote. Russian. Hackers part of the same Russian military unit that had disseminated hacked democratic emails during the twenty, sixteen American election the before. They dumped tens of thousands of files, online, nine gigabytes of stolen emails and other information all hacked from Emmanuel Macron's campaign, and that might have become the dominant news story of the final weekend of that campaign. Before French voters went to the polls. It might have actually ended up upending that election if it were not for a quirk of French law, which imposes a media blackout on anything relating to the campaign for full day before voting starts all the way through until polls close on election day. That blackout period in French law precedes this whole scandal with Russia messing with the French election. But it ended up saving the day. The material that was hacked by Russian intelligence got posted online and France just hours before media blackout period began just minutes before the blackout began at midnight that night the macron campaign issued a statement warning that the hackers had inserted forged fake documents into the hack stolen material they pleaded with the media to not report on that junk. And the media didn't. They stuck to the rules. And in the end, Emmanuel macron beat the far-right neo-fascist Marine Le Pen by more than thirty points. And there's a couple of reasons for us be thinking about sort of relearning the story of that. Two thousand seventeen French election right now one is that the intelligence community is raising the alarm that Russian intelligence is executing an operation just like the one they did in France on us right now the supposedly Biden scandal that Rudy Giuliani has been shopping the scandal he. Managed to get printed in the New York Post which president trump has been gleefully promoting ever since including posing with a copy of that paper in the Oval Office that junk that Giuliani has been promoting is being actively investigated by federal investigators as potentially part of a hostile foreign influence operation illegally targeting our election and the intelligence community is investigating this Johnny on the spot. In part because they saw this coming in advance, this is in the New York Times last week quote, The Times reported last January the Ukrainian company were Hunter Biden was once on the Board respond had been hacked by the same Russian Intelligence Unit that hacked the Democratic National Committee in two thousand, sixteen last month US intelligence analysts contracted several people with knowledge of that hack. Asking them for further information because they picked up chatter that stolen burris, my emails would be leaked in the form of an October surprise among their chief concerns was that the burris material would be leaked alongside forged materials and it it's to hurt Biden's candidacy as Russian. Hackers did when they dumped real e mails alongside forgeries ahead of the French elections in two thousand seventeen. So that's what they did to Macron in two, thousand, seventeen they hacked all install all of this stuff from his campaign than they mixed it up with Ford stuffing dumped it right before the election. That's what the US intelligence community said. They believed was going to happen with Barista and sort of October surprise firm Rudy Giuliani. Thank right on time Rudy Giuliani shows up some emails from a mysterious source that are totally unverified and unverified able and only one Rupert Murdoch owned right wing tabloid will air that junk. Put it in their paper. So. That's one reason. The Russian operation in the two thousand, seventeen French election newly relevant to our lives right now, the Russians may be trying that exact same trick all over again except we don't have media blackout rules. The other reason that that two thousand seventeen Russian operation in France is newly relevant. Is that the guys who did it just got indicted by the US Justice Department today? Here they are the Russian military intelligence hackers who carried out that operation to interfere in the French election in two thousand seventeen the Justice Department says in the indictment today that these guys also launched major malware and hacking operations that shut down the power grid in Ukraine that hit the parliament in the nation of Georgia that chemical weapons investigators in the UK and Europe who were looking into the Russian poisoning of former Russian spy, Sergei scruple who was poisoned with a Russian nerve agent on British territory they say, they also orchestrated hacks that hit hospitals in companies. In the United States. They also organize tax that hit the two thousand eighteen winter Olympics quite a list. And? Although. One of the Russian hacker that was indicted today was previously indicted by Robert Muller in two thousand eighteen for his role in the hacking operation against the twenty sixteen election here in the US, today's indictment of these Russian hackers doesn't include any charges related to American election interference this year. That said the election. The American election is two weeks from tomorrow. It's hard to look today's indictment without trying to understand how it relates to our own election and what the Justice Department is trying to signal here. Is that the right way to look at this. Joining us now is Jeremy Bash. He served as chief of staff at the CIA and at the Defense Department under President Obama Jeremy Nice to see. Thanks for making time. It, Rachel. So, this is a lot. Going on the surprise announcement today from the Justice Department about the indictment of these Russian hackers when you look at this with your background in intelligence and your understanding of what Russia has done to target our democracy and others. What do you think is most important here for people to understand. Well I think was most important is that the GRU this Russian military organization that was responsible for the two thousand Sixteen Hacking Dump Operation Against the Democrats that was responsible for the two thousand seventeen election appearance in France as you noted, and is responsible for these militias cyber attacks globally including, against us, hospitals and. They are very active. They're very capable and they are in fact probably behind this this Russian. Intelligence operation at least a looks and appears to be Russian intelligence operation targeting the Biden campaign. Last. Week Andrew Weisman, who is part of the Miller investigation wrote in Law Fair about the decision that was made by bill bar earlier this year this spring to drop criminal charges against Russian companies that had participated in the attack on our election in two thousand sixteen and that didn't actually get a lot of attention when it happened in March I think in part because the country was overwhelmed by what was starting to happen to us in terms of covid why spent makes the case that before may have acted essentially improperly in dismissing those charges essentially signaling to Russia that the. US Criminal Law wouldn't be used against them as a tool if they wanted to interfere in the election this year I'm wondering if this might be a signal in the other direction, if this might be some sort of signal to brushback rush intelligence ahead of what appears to be their ongoing efforts to boost trump in his reelection effort. Hartono, racial. But what we do know is that there are mixed signals being sent by the US government here. Today we have the Justice Department indicting Russian hackers, but you've got the president of the United States welcoming condoning what looks apparently like a Russian intelligence operation targeting the Biden campaign remember Rachel that Rudy Giuliani. In Kiev, with Andrei Dirk Catch Ukrainian lawmaker who has been assessed by US intelligence and announced by our Treasury Department to be a Russian asset for the last decade. Giuliani goes to Kiev meets with Dir cash and he comes back and low these many months later, Giuliani surfaces up with these a very mysterious emails. So every Intelligence Professional Rachel that I've talked to the last twenty four hours says that this walks like a Russian intelligence disinformation campaign this talks like a Russian intelligence to information campaign. This is most likely Russian intelligence is permission campaign against the Biden team.
The ancient Ginkgo tree has beautiful fall color.
"Gingko trees are very unique have many many uses numerous forms of them. They're the only plant that I know of and I don't think anybody knows of that is of the well, let's just say the way back period of time millions of years ago Gingko has a very fine an interesting flared type of thing in the leave and and so on. That right now, they are starting to turn yellow, and this is almost a golden yellow I have a memory of seeing one tree at the back of the corner of a property. I saw one day in this beautiful cardinal or well this call Cardinal. But in any event, the yellow of the foliage was absolutely outstanding. I went back the next day on the same mission and happened to look the same direction and there wasn't a lethal in the tree. Yeah. No I don't mark a new word believes all formed. Yeah. That's technical term slump. Very, very difficult, her her the defoliated as probably as known to most of you when it comes this time of year trees having magic weight of causing fully ation the little it's called Ad Cisic acid, and you don't have to worry about that but it actually seals off the vessels between the twig that the lead the lead on and the leaf itself. So when that forms. And breaks down that connection. Then the leaves drop now many trees before they over a period of time, sugar maple can take two or more weeks of glorious colors. The Gingko forms. It just simply in the course of twenty four hours, a great big tree can be darned near totally defoliated. Then it goes from the beautiful gold in the sky area above you to a pattern and depends on if the wind but it's not Wendy believes will fall in a circle. It looks like a great big goal donut around the trees drums.
Time For A Big Wake Up
"Okay. All right. I think this is my third attempt for this morning message. I have no idea. What's happening. Well, I dunno what's happening is happening is that I am an hour out of a colonoscopy where I was under general anesthesia, and I'm just home and instead of writing in my journal. I thought let me press record and share the the intensity of what I'm feeling right now. If you've ever had a colonoscopy, you know, it is not pretty dead the whole twenty-four hours before of prepping and fasting and staying up late and all that then being under general anesthesia. And so I woke up just about an hour ago in this bright room fluorescent lights and cold. It was so cold with a stupid robe on. And I once I got myself oriented as to where I was this massive massive inside came through me. Take care of yourself Cara. Take care of yourself and be so healthy that you avoid at all costs being in this Hospital environment. Wow, it was a download that ran through my veins. And I want to share this with you because like I said, I'm still shaky right now, which is why maybe it took me three times to actually find the record button. I'm a little shaky but there's a there's a conviction inside of me that that I hope that you here for you. We get thirty thousand days on average in our lives eighty-two years. 556 you know, I'm 2/3. I'm 2/3 through. Hey, I'd love to live long long healthy vibrant. Collaborative creative life but it's not going to happen unless I take Supreme care of myself Supreme not just a little bit cuz a little bit you know what Lance you in in the hospital at lands you in doctor's appointments and needles and medicine and all that stuff as you get older. Supremely healthy supremely healthy so that you are a force of nature that you live a happy vibrant creative life. So for my in my life, the last couple of years has been a struggle health-wise now, it hasn't been major and I'm so grateful. But it's been minor and chronic which in some ways is just as lethal. Minor and chronic chronic fatigue chronic chronic stress chronic sleep disorder chronic pain chronic irritability chronic brain fog and the past year or so. I've gotten really really good hold on this and have made great improvements since really focusing on my microbiome and my gut health and it's so important my friend so reach out to me if you want to hear what I'm doing. But I want to share this with you this morning because you are worth every second of your full presence and caring towards yourself. Make today your day one. of taking Supreme care and this has nothing to do with anyone else. What you put in your body what you ingest what you allow into your mind how you take on other people's shit. Right how you allow other people's opinions to affect yours. It all matters it all accumulates. So here I am. This is what I would have written in my journal committed to Vitality committed to vigor. I'm committed to Awakening waking up from the patterns of my mind the unhelpful crap that I've carried along for all these years. I'm committed to to offering my best self out into the world. And what how it lands for others, I don't care. If I know if it's coming through me authentically and it's going to be generous and genuine and in some way it's going to help others
Inside the World of Threat Intelligence Operations
"Day. So what is threat intelligence in your mind? Can you describe it for for our audience police? Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. You know it's a good question, right? So there's a challenge industry actually that I think a lot of people throw different terms around sort of conflate the terms, right? So I look at it from an come out of the government background I look at it from a government and military standard originally. and. So you're talking about maybe data and information and intelligence is the best way to explain it so. There's a chart and publication two dash zero that that actually really how well essentially, data is to list of peace in are else for instance, information would be that same list of Ip's New Orleans with with so share with it. So a informed data information, which unfortunately is where a lot of people live and they think that's that's intelligence. But what we really need to do is get to intelligence which. is at Saint list of IPR als, but you also add in the threat score. Of course then you add in, you might be associated threat actors, tactics, techniques, procedures, signatures, tools, motives you know when when architecture was hustle went was saved when it was hostile and even what might come next. So it's that holistic picture that gets you into the intelligence realm and then we'll talk about threat intelligence is specific towards. Threats against. US or others rights for you talk about tying that that holistic picture to. Pursue Tactics techniques, things we need to worry about. So that's in a nutshell sort of what we talked about. We talked about threat intelligence. I think when we talked our audience and we tell them aren't in the cyber security business and we say that the government does intelligence and they have intelligence services and functions. I think they get that right they get in the government does intelligence. Why does a fortune five hundred company need intelligence like what? What problems threat intelligence saw for fortune five, hundred company. Yeah. It's a good question and to be honest I, spent a lot of time on this one. So I, think you're right I think people get the government need for intelligence rights. It's been around for generations. Now, a nation to nation interests you want to know things you know as much about your adversary is possible right? That's sort of the goal of intelligence any the product it's not that different. What's happened essentially is in an interconnected world. Now, where we all live everybody's at risk at some level connected to somebody or something. And his adversaries out there and most of us have something of value whether we think. So we're not obviously understand. Best Right. We protect money. But there's other ventures. It also have things. EVALU- personal information, intellectual property things of that nature. So when you understand, you have a threat you and you have risks worry about its best again to understand the adversary and. Does you know intelligence is the only way to become proactive. When you talk about doing defense most executive, you think cybersecurity sock things like that. We have we have the same. We have network data coming in and work reprocessing that were reacting to things that are in our environment. But as long as we're just living inside our environment, we're never going to get off that that wheel that hamster wheel where we're just not things down. So what intelligence does is allows us to see things outside their environment and you start moving. You know we talk in the connect world. If you think of a time line of left to right, we always talk about trying to be left to the boom boom is a terrorist attack robot or something terrible and the right obviously, it's reactive and it's really really bad and that's what. I bring into the cyber discussions is we also WANNA get left the boom right? As you know we've already been compromised. We're on the news we got twenty four hour operations etcetera we WANNA move left and the only way to move left of the move boom. The only way to become proactive is intelligence we have to understand things that are going on around the world outside of where we are we have to understand what adversaries exists and what their general practices are and what their targets sets are, who going after what are their motives And we start seeing that even get bigger and talk about geopolitics. You know what is an embargo against Iran do from a cyber standpoint. Tactics right and you know North Korea Sarah. So I think that's the bigger piece and I think we're starting to see more understanding on the private sector that the risks are are incredible the barrier to entry for cyber pretty low you have to be an incredible hacker to do damage to somebody or to steal information center or something like that. So. Yeah absolutely. Fortune Five, hundred, fortune one, hundred. You know frankly even smaller companies but you really need to be building in my opinion and intelligence programs the only way to get proactive. So, all sounds commonsensical. How how hard is it to be proactive, and then actually be predictive where you can actually predict that something bad's going to happen before it happens right So to speak, right? Yeah. How hard is it? Is Really hard. That's the hard part, right? It's really hard. So you know and to be to be clear even the government space you know we've all the classified information available on all the resources. It's still really hard. You know we often talk about. I worked in areas where we talked about predictive intelligence but it's dangerous term October when you used there is no crystal ball by any means. The best you can hope for is to have enough available data and information to develop intelligence to make assessments on likelihood. And it is hard. It takes time and effort. It takes a set of skills It's one of the things it's been a lot of time in the private sector talking to you about is I. Think a challenge we've seen as people started except, yes, we want intelligence attendance. The next thing is explaining the intelligence is its own career that's its own thought processes and training. You can't take your world's best in incident responder say that guy's GONNA run Intel program. Now you're gonNA build another incident response program so. When you're able to bring in town of a off your obviously, the government grows most talent. You bring some folks who can help build these programs. There's also you know universities are building great programs teach this in their courses like you know has GTI. Course it's a great place to be. When you build those out, you understand a different skill set and then you can start building but the truth is it's it's hard it's time consuming. It could be a bit expensive talent access and time or sort of three elements. tools is under big element I, throw them in with the access piece, but talent access in time or big elements you have to build out and you also really have to discuss value, right so leadership. Wants no what am I getting for my money and when you talk about being proactive, that's a tough thing. Sometimes get metrics to measure You know I've talked to a lot of organizations that in the cyber world and they measure their metrics on their tools and things that they have in the sock and they come with great metrics usually but Intel, I tell people to start thinking about more on the lines of how you measure your metrics for physical security. Or. Insurance, even. I if you run a bank and you don't get robbed for a few years to fire the security team shut off the cameras clearly, we don't need this. WE'RE NOT IN DANGER RIGHT? You understand the risk of being a bank. You know there's there's an inherent risk and it's the same thing in Cyprus. So it's a we are working on better metrics. I, think as an industry help people understand the value of it. But yeah, it's it's Hartman John Security for
Ep. 37: Category Sex - burst 01
"What is going on why? What he's like I looked at news. Have you done looked like no, I haven't woods letting the boys on Amazon come on it was watching the boys you're interrupting this really good storylines. Like no check it out. There's a hurricane come airway I was like, okay. So I did that and then over the next couple of days, not even couple of days we had twenty four hours. Or and then came the next night. Yeah and this thing is just growing. It's just getting huge. It's like I wanna make ghostbuster reference but I don't know why. But it's just getting big. It's getting big and out. Of Control Cathy. Yeah they'll just picturing you're going. On Richard. sexpert gas so so. So. Yes. Because from category two to a three to four that it was flirting with a five six. Seven seven category seven so we spent the next day shopping that night I had reached out to be be listen. You may want to sleep here, tomorrow night, and this is how texts back. Why would I do that? because. There's a hurricane coming and you're pretty close to the to the water. On the coast, we're like almost a mile in you may WANNA sleep here. I'll just use the time to. By Candlelight I'm like, okay. Suit yourself be he's to die.
Jaguars working remotely after positive COVID-19 test
"The Jacksonville Jaguars at the latest NFL team dealing with the positive Kubic nineteen test the jaguar say a practice squad player has tested positive so they're holding football activities remotely as they prepare to host Detroit on Sunday Jacksonville is the fourth NFL team to deal with covert issues in recent days joining Atlanta Indianapolis and New England the patriots canceled practice Friday and play center James parents on the reserve covered nineteen last the cold said for positive test come up negative upon retesting well the falcons returned to their facility one day after abandoning it because of a second positive meanwhile Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham junior has been cleared for Sunday's game against Pittsburgh after his second negative covert nineteen test in twenty four hours I'm Ben Thomas
Boop - burst 1
"All of the world twenty-four hours a day and bloomberg.com on the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg quick take is Bloomberg Radio losing Bell. Wrong with the world headquarters on Charlotte, There was a down day on Wall Street Stock slumped Airlines and hotels particularly hard hit amid signs at World economy has a long way to go get back on track down for the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange almost four shares fell on the S&P 500 index for everyone the gained the tech-heavy NASDAQ gauges dropped off a record intraday high in the afternoon a losing session there at or near session lows has some peace about 34 points down 1.1% NASDAQ retreating from yesterday the record down eighty nine point to drop of nine tenths of 1% the downtown 396 points down one and a half percent lot of those losses really coming in the past fifteen minutes of trading the
"four hour" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"Still. East Coast are there are a couple of east coast. Cities could fall into. That would've loved him just the same, but I do think it's just the east coast. Him being just that again, his highlight reels. I think the everyone remembers crossovers and all that but. Alan Iverson uses put people posters. On boredom, just because it could. And he was. I- bothers me. Late NBA lied about height as often as they did. Because he is far lime. Concern is the only person under six foot. The to win MVP. US tiny. You fucking tiny navy played way bigger than. His Physical Stature Hours! Commercials were cool. Shoes or cool? You Got Reebok. Alive way longer than they should have been. And yet. He doesn't ring. You shot forty two percent. So people hold that against him all these years later. It's dumb. It's fucking stupid. Fuel one of these people text message from Tyler. It won't let me read joy. What's DOT is done. Four hours as is fine. Listen. If you're one of these people. Who tries to tear down ours. Legacy. There will always be. There will always be a tyler. There will always be. People who watch basketball because we like basketball. Still in your show, fuck up. Goes. This is why Kevin Durant said like we're talking hoops. We're not talking advanced metrics. We're not talking numbers. We're talking about shit of course spot for it in the sport. Of course there's. Like actual. Dyed in the wool basketball fans. When we're talking about all talk that Shit. On eiriksson players like that. Put people on their ass. Going to the rim. Whenever they wanted to. The matter of shacks down there. Matter who's down there. I'm going to score Alan. Iverson you're not. Liar what? was like now. Like Internet fine, you can't join. Earth Yeah I'm googling things very easily. Wasn't the internet stream yards like no. Bail. In I. I was saying bird magic if he would swap them. Dig. Berg Bourbon retired. Day. One lives imagine writer. I don't know what the? That's how. He would have felt like claustrophobic in Boston. Like La. Get go outside. Be Free Movie Boston. It's like oh you go to work like go. Get a shovel Johnson..
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"You've got the basketball. Turned around fun for all the boys. Go. Sammy. Oh Yeah it one of those Sam did. Some else. That's exactly that's the call. Spike Maiden Sam didn't. That's exactly what I'm talking about. 'cause Sam. If he's normally wearing this game, nobody would care. Right, you sit next. Prince Prince, break out the CAIN Kate Man. He's dejected. Neri picture get. BELIEVE IT game, uses! Lakers OCHRE. Prince kept some heat on a man. Good grief. Prints every every be right there. Every picture he's looks like a completely different person. I think he is I think he does hit power man. Richie. And also probably a nineteen thousand dollar jacket. Without. Sewed himself. My sunglasses indoors. Prince..
"four hour" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"Someone knocked on the door, opened it and it was like it's just five people you don't know. You're. My, One person might come to the wrong door. To know. K. Free surface. It's happened to us all but five people my. On. This. Is Bad news I play? People they're holding a folded flag. Ready to give to me if that kind of news. So. Thirty thousand divided by five. Five to do that. you're. Like to. Five has got the wrong door fellows now we don't. Wait learning you as A. Twenty nine, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, five more of US downstairs. The elevator. Talk five at a time. We're walking in one. By one. I'm I don't know what he had to say to get them believe. Black Mirror Shit like can I. Can I fuck a pig or something? y'All go away. Why if I if I really do believe my house. please. I don't know what. That's like Fenway Park showed up to your front door. Just thirty, six, thousand strong is like I think about like the lead out of a game like people standing around. It's like five hundred. Like like particular exit like on A. Going into even the people going into the bars or whatever it ain't thirty thousand. It's like right. Now we're going to your house now. The after the game spot is your house. Yeah, the Boston Garden all coming. Yeah holds is like seventeen five. It's an half. Black, no, we're. We're done watching. The braves play the phillies. And now we're coming to your house. Even to even. WE'VE GOT A. Chair accessible. Because, everybody in the cities here. Just terrify. Would would have made trip dovers you lays. Would've. I think he ought a digs his own life in front of all. There's no coming back from. It's already tough enough. I mean like right then and there I think you just keep Paula. He just don't even try to save yourself from east goes face for like the Rouleau down the steps. Uh! Man Fail at the mayoral election met Gal. He is flowers, unzipped or something like that something that would make even more like even more. Guy. Yeah I think that's one of those things. Where like you're? Have you ever been driving like you. Just go like this. Like Oh should I. I just want like five miles without really like payment day. I think that's one of those things like. He got home and he's like I..
"four hour" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"But I did not know the Chad he was still in the league. Match put seventeen years on the board. But. I think twelve on the board. Guys bad man. We publicly saw and shop was good had a run for sure. The lost it like closer, and he just still people like now just in case just in case we want to see him stinks more. If I'm Ryan I'm disrespecting. Disrespected respected that match out. You'd think if I get hurt. Disguise coming in and picking up. What do. You think everything breaks right. He could win an MVP okay. But I think most teams don't think that way. I think it's like Oh. Yeah, that guy plays. We're fucked, so don't get hurt. For was his last year that last year in Houston, where he just could not stop doing pick sixes was. Twenty thirteen. Refused to stop bixente since he's been in the league every year since sept twenty seventeen, for some reason with shot up to that man's house, because he's throwing so many pick six. wrestles disrespectful Shit I've ever seen. Like lesson! Calling him the radio. We need to tell you to your face. You fucking stink We're not even we're not gonNA. Take your car nothing I wanted to tell you I'd your bed? He had. The man your bed am. Job Better Man Than I. Is My. You can you tell me staying? Come to my house? Man, don't right. I'll come to my house. tweeted me like everybody else I. Don't go into my house in Texas, man he could have just shot through the door and it would've been like. Perfectly just would have been like what's the problem I? Would take them to jail. He didn't shoot with the sugar. The Pie gas talked about two bears one cave that I was listening to. It's Tom Saga and Bert Kreischer to unreal. Stand up, comedians. And they were talking about when all of L. A. Marched on the mayor's house. Can you imagine you just get a ring at the doorbell? And you open it in? It's thirty thousand people. Do, would you? Honey, we. Put? Some coffee wasn't death. Wish Golf yonkers. We nagging no sleep tonight big. Candidate amongst the crowd What can I do? To get thirty thousand people to go home. What kind of compromise can we make? All the back even here the car. Keep doing over and over. Can Can, you pick. Your best ten thousand of you all you all move. Move to the foreground and we'll talk is out. He pleased the I. Just had those plants in. Can you just a little so little elected? You stay on my daughter. Can you not stay on my daughter, please? No. What are you GonNa? Do is thirty dollars. And after he's like, listen I. You got me by the balls guys like. Tell me what you. All my years of mayor. You would march on home. have no choice but to comply so. I, cannot back my car out of the driveway. He liked boy. He's like I killed. It'd be a mayor Pete shoes now. He got the walkaway from thirty thousand. To go downtown the they brought down to me. Man If..
"four hour" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"Remember came out the National Championship. He went for a touchdown. His coach told him to take a knee. Leg before they were setting up for I, think the game winning field goal. He tried to sneak it in and got stop. And that came out somehow because people don't like Cam, Newton has that even come out? People don't like game of. Did gruden was showing pictures and Cam was comparing himself to a gun. Quarterbacking. The ropes, some people to Ralway. Gene. Championship because a Cam Newton now you don't. You don't follow I'm trying to think of NBA comparison. WHO's I'm I'm? WORST COACH Lou. Championship level Bron James Now. Not even 'cause. It's like at the very least lose above average like Jean choosing out sure coverage. He's gotta be above. Average G. inches extinct to. He had their fourteen and. He's still there, right. Robin. No No. Offense of coordinators named Guy With the glasses. That's right. Yeah, he's the Goodwin. I got you. You're right. Yeah I can't think of his name. Confused. Mouth run out. Smiles on. The. On was the good walking. Name White Guys. visit went. Three and nine at. Iowa State in Oh seven. Three a nine to ten the next year. And got the Arben Jar. Woah but white privilege is not real. Do Do you hear me? Say what I'm saying. This man with five and nineteen for two years. For Iowa, state and got the Auburn job. And, then they won the championship I notice. You're leaving that part of the story out. They went at one eight games the first year. Then Got Cam Newton fourteen to no. Eight five, three nine, and he's out. He had Cam Newton. On his team in his career, Record Auburn is fourteen games above five hundred. Went Fourteen that Cam Newton, season. Is Total record fairs, careers, Thirty, eight and thirty, eight..
"four hour" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"Yeah my Josh Allen. I'd I'd rather have Josh Allen than. tannehill. I don't hate it. Like are a number of. He was the last pick in the second round. The pig directly ahead of him with Shat Barrett. I mean the quarterback one. Take him out before. Drew Brees Shit. Hey like. I might get like we don't even know drew. BREES has one good when we think he got one good. It's been five years Teddy Bridgewater had given us five good seasons. Some of those reasons, he can't control, but. I can't take him eighteenth knowing that. would. You rather have teddy or To. To Teddy are darnold. Darnell. Cam? Carolina already made that choice I. was GonNa say? It's wild. Disrespected got picked thirty six. Here in does not have a job and. The. Joe flacco just had nick surgery. Has a lot of the beginning of the year. Be Ready to be bad. Liz, thank you. Everyone keeps argument like Patriots sign counts baseless at third right now they're bidding against no-one one have I. Think it was. Now, Bomani was like man I wouldn't? He's I would be surprised surprise if he just walked away. Like. I think we can all agree that. He really loves football, but if he's like man like I. I still am better than half more than half these guys. If I'm healthy, I. Know I'm healthy. Yeah and I got a scrap gotta go. Be backed up to some guy. I'm better than. Like? With one of those things, too like if he is healthy. And he goes to one of these leg ballot out against Jarrett's on. He's GonNa blow my fucking. We won't be about. I think he like if he went there and had a great year in hit free agency again I, think they they'd give check the credit. For sure, but I also think we'd paint..
"four hour" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
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"four hour" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"By the boys. At this. Time of the year though where it's like, yeah, of course you train them. And then the actual trade happens. It's like no of course, not clay on their. No one else could all the bullshit pieces. They were throwing out there. If I were wiggins wasn't enough was next. Clay I'm kind of surprised. We skipped the whole drain on. Thing I thought this is going to be like a process. Next is going to be like, would you? Would you you? Would you do stuff for Janas? Probably. I wouldn't want to. Bet Not. Obviously, it's like it's the same logic play. You're keeping one of like Janas Cam-. Run Point. And you're keeping one of the like the second best shooter in the League with it Meghan. Threes Mitt. Yada I've seen him do it. Not Want to have you seen him? Yeah, I mean. They WANNA. trae like the garbage souffle of like dream on. Andrew Wiggins and whatever this. Happens to be and Milwaukee Risotto True from next Mil- Milwaukee Rightfully should tell him to fuck themselves and ask for because like bledsoe Clay Middleton is something in the east. It certainly something Oh. Yeah, no, that's one of those like. It stinks. We lost our guy, but then we. Like the, Raptors I? Left we still have every intention. I'M GONNA. Fifty Games and try to win a championship now is Yada, Yada Ewing Theory candidate, Oh, boy, house Oh. Why am I house? You. Ever knows. Clearly Russillo. This is why I voted for Reagan. But now I couldn't do staffer Janas. I couldn't do it. Like. We know you don't don't have to. Do we. I mean fucking. I got traded for Yaacob pertile. Again if it comes down to. And mortar rose and have some respect sure. Shorter, lamarcus Aldridge. Yes, they got him to. Their garbage dump man? Got Don't dunk was a mess like. Hey I like ours. Why you should know, what are you doing? To. Say shout out him. and Ross being out at the protests weekend. Yeah need just took a shit on his head like yeah and I just want to let them know applying the pressure One of those okay, if it's or nothing, okay here we rub. You gotTA open you up to the highest bidder Margai. But that appears to be the way things go. You have one team in mind. That's just Google and they still the only team to get halls for superstar. That's everybody else gets. Rate..
"four hour" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"That we'd have D, Brown and Gerald Grin. Nate Rob would have a couple of good ones. Birdman Andersen they could be like. Why can't statues commemorate like more funny things? Like. Why. The fuck out of our mayor. Yeah like. Like one hundred percent if it was just like a million pointing fingers. Like a small duck, and a shirt and tie is walking away. See. That's funny. Isn't much more fun than like an old slave owner I her unquestionably, so yeah, why they're either that or it's like now. Look at that guy look at. Picture. The horses on one foot, which means he died immediately after this photo was taken. Damn, that's a sad statue. Why can't it be funny statue? That's my pitch. We were early to get raises statues the Fuck Outta here with that That chicken Philly. Return, the singing the one who just sang all races songs go. That'll bag. We early on that one. Forgot. Oh Yeah Literally so much racism! It escapes my, mind. Except for one. Just want racism. That one day Mark Wahlberg and eighty eight where he. Would no hit. A game scored forty two points for the were heads. Score forty two for the Celtics and went on three touchdowns with the Patriots the. While racism the Celtics with this. They did nothing to stop. The Celtics are firmly at Donnie Wahlberg Organization Marquette ear funky bunch with them When he was out on. The the only reason why that story is public. Because? He liked tried to get squashed Robert. No, so he? He tried to open a wall burgers and I believe or like a permit or something it and when you if you have. If you've been arrested for anything anything, you have to go to court in Oregon in explain what happens, and then they'll decide whether or not. You're like a good enough person to open your fast food burger chain there I liked. Yeah. I liked that a lot. And yeah well. Instead of being like what may, we don't need a franchise in Oregon? He was like no the people of Oregon need these burgers so he went. He explained it and. A way right. Day. Like how? It's been Hollywood forever pretty much like the day after he did that was an famous into the top. So I get! He's like lost all touch with reality. He's eight times to. How on Earth Are you just like? No, this won't hurt and. It hasn't hurt his career at all. I think that that's exactly how you think it's like listen. No one has ever cared. I'll explain this. I'll sign a few autographs My by a little bit. We'll be we'll be. Breaking ground next Thursday..
"four hour" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"Game, Saints One? Suit. Remains a foul of the best kept secret. You went platinum. Game. Yeah now not a whole lot. I got mixed up on my back in the ball in a cup. A tournament, the important things happening in the country today. Sure sure one of US ed to. Listen wasn't going to be me so. Very famously, not you Mardi. I think someone took out his brain. Kicked it around for a few days than they didn't even put it back in the correct way. Could, you tell. I Guess Maybe the distraction of sports before he was. Like I'm just GONNA be bad at gambling and the other. The other ideas would trickle out slowly now. He's only got time for those ideas. Would would it be? Woody think this time. His eating oreos in the shower, which I don't hate the general concept, but. The, shower water is adding to his taste which. This is a man again. Who Will Not put milk and? Because, it'll get to saggy. But Shower Water Oreos, just what the doctor ordered. I can't tell if tyler's frozen. Or beyond furious at this. It's honestly both. Acceptable acceptable responses is that what kind of lunatic? Martin J motions become. More Tyler figures out whatever the fuck is going on over there. I'm going to play it for the good people at home because it's a great way to. Have we go there? Exactly right. Yeah I don't know whether it's the circle started circling. I thought maybe you were just frozen in anger yet furious. Something I'm sure. Code I heard the Orioles in the shepherd is like wedding them in the shower water. Oh, yeah. Okay, but he wants his cereal and milk in different cups of. Right. Say. You don't like me. Because if so he should be doing cereal like there's no, he should just be dipping it in water. Right sound like he just don't like milk. He may talk. This is basically what I'm trying to you. Know I agree with this point wholeheartedly. I. Don't mind you know washing my back I've got a lever oreos. Right just yeah, just grab a couple of change the song. Tao. Grammar wreck. I don't mind polishing off into our big sixty of cookies every morning. If need be so he. That's the thing wish man he just. He's like He. He's the best pilot in the world taking off. Without question in he cannot figure out how to land a save. Anyone's lie. He's a game of thrones as a person..
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"And they're not going to jumper people anymore so you know it's it's it's all about being tries and purposeful with what went you want from you godsend any really anybody can train it it's not you don't you don't have to be a professional darn trader you just have to have to seek out what you want and you can yes people try to train from the world of don't don't jump on me don't bite don't bart don't don's don't understand don't because it don't is a mindset they understand do the understand behaviors a deer is looking for you don't want an creative he did that you do bought so that a dog can be right and your setting them out for in porcelain bennett and that makes for a much better relationship four kneeling you're dog and anybody else it comes in contact with you got and it's also it's also very transfer a ball two everything else reddin were talking about not just a rata skinner box we're not just talk we met a dog in a next pen or dunk in the backyard we're talking about is he said he a fifteen hundred difference p.c. use including a human beings so i took that operate and club that will conditioning we or not exempts from from the from the loose from this rules and if you look at say prince insane are viewed so a gent name jason demers the co founder of acker yoga if you look at that partner acrobatics one of the core rules is don't tell the person what you don't want give them a simple command which is more of what you do what and if you're exact going to.
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"The behaviors that couldn't save her life rate the things that you mid and he really well i care remote sit stay or recall the leave it the steps of thank where you know it out limit licking ante frees or whenever my pick how do you had his think about i guess feel you're proof ing behaviors to the extent possible one thing that another kind a sure ristic that i found helpful to think about were the a three d. xs and i mentioned earlier in passing but having a simple behavior but then ratcheting up the distance you are from the dog of the duration of film the blank and then that the number of distractions right is you can come to take them from white white belt level tub blacked out in the given behavior on that play how do you think about fear lieu proof a new the some of the most important behaviors and to make a and the other three days or are you know and they are the ones that are going to get now the browns the thing is when gillies me make sure that we introduce all of those things in craig games when you can control dobs doing cellar any distractions you're going to be used to recall and a distractions you you're you're going use in our and the distance a rank than duration you could all i got to create whether you can disclose adoring it doesn't affect your relationship in utah and and once they caught that it's almost like you know gate out the first set of a knock elation is against distractions.
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"To turn out a light that's all thought was it they need somebody to go into a room that it needed to be dar and would cut that roach in an inch and i thank actually merion did an is that part of her p.h.d. i'm not mistaken but arm i'm amazing amazing big ah kurcz it that's dirty yes that this video you can rata jam is call patient like the chip marts and it and it's not and documentation of some of their experiment honors in work it's he shouldn't like the chipmunks and the question about the the chicken training is that it is it most invaluable because you can't because the chickens do not respond to negative reinforcement just as a work i great you you can do anything to apply ready in in you'll r.i. as the mercy she we're behavior you can observe be hitter and if you get him i can ex wrong you'll habit shaikin in your face does if you were lead about getting a june inning getting injured outer game will shape your behavior nick and it's it's basically like dhabi hit your it is intensify so with dobs gare do the same thing but it might take you a monster figure out what's going on in on tell people in any am relationship was mature animals one is a train our awareness a train and with can check and they will be you're training and a heart b. if you're not quick about what you're doing and ran a w.w.i. trainer union they'll be you're trainer they'll train you to a no.
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"You know she's a we'll like many dogs in many humans good it some things not great it others i take full accountability but that the punt train run for a wall and this i think is also in good area in which to explain the the down the sides of negative reinforcement order yelling at your dogged putting it is due head in the message if augusta the bathroom in the house but this a fight to say i would i used eight clip kerr also and i think with you did we can we can actually maybe just give a brief explanation what that is are you wants describe it to media as an audi us scalpel which at though was a really cool way to look at it so i would say potty welsh is gonna potty end than a sushi finished set a won interrupt are yet as soon as she finish with millisecond shoe's dunn click and then treat an search i became obsessed with clippers for many different things can you explain to people what a click are is an it's i was introduced to it i think firsts threw one tick haren pryor in don't shoot i could which which i really enjoyed also background and training dolphins an marine mammals gets explain to people what a click here is and what they are good for an what they're not good for so it is a more russia and in every man wont world the call it a bridge sill a grinch between marking what we'd really like.
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"In look let's just say fir at for now talking about p the sport component well i any sport the number one thing that separates us is to mental game and when us you take that aside in we'd be eight the handlers ability to train aren't all at or anything but in and or the hampers ability to out rounded off and most of my competition are in their nate twenties and they're but the world championship level the are able to a runner daughter in my made shifty ease i'm not a able to out runner any taut so i rely more on the dawn training aspect done it to be successful in what would you say differentiates you were approach to training compare to others for for those people who've maybe it only seen a handful of like network t.v. shows with celebrity an don trainers and so on three you know i don't think very nice the way they and they train marie mammals we're in our heads on a animals in ints every into orson bass program think of it like at it it in the tank end and correct him right in the thick happened at among they're off right can hit it with a role that newspaper exactly so it's it's true ice based are training in end with the progress i'm reinforcement and it it to incredibly successful and that's why are you know when i raising dog at it meant focus is to have a.
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"Berths for her competitive to track record of but also in her ability to convey concrete tips and recommendations former take it for instance in the most critical games and exercises to play with you dog these three types of reinforcement had he was creeds properly we should do in the first twenty four hours of say adopting puppy and we talk about just about every facet of dog training and two really the weise think of this is behavioral modification and conditioning so supplies to chickens it applies to maybe irritating in laws the cat that want stop sleeping honor kitchen table thing a bar that from dough should not but it's all the same thing so they're principles in this that you can take away even if youve no interest in training dog having in dog or dogs in general so lets me then a well susan to do the talking you can find her on under the facebook and she is a very active paige lots of great picks in videos and that is very simply facebook dot com forward slash susan garret g. eight r r e t.t. susan garret dog agility so facebook dot com forte slash susan care dog dual to say high to her and i hope you enjoying this conversation as much as i did it's isn't welcome the shelf extend it really happy to be here i have wanted to get you on the show for quite a while now after are first conversation.
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"As his me for all the democratic president complain about republican congress being you know were kelce a trip not letting him get anywhere and and vice versa it turns out that some obama a did a lot that a republican congress did not want him to do an posters argument is that the main constraints i'm a president is that here she represents three different constituents ease the public the that the you know the the country general rain the party and the executive breakup so the president is the punitive leader of those three things he's a leader the country here she's a leader of the of the political party hitter her political parting and t.e.'s here she is the leader of the executive branch an and hears away post a puts a trying to be the leader of these three different groups with different interests and values turns out to be an extremely difficult task suh bat is what creates the larger constraints constraints over the president that so and i been making this argument for awhile that the president c. you know we we put way a too much you know we think we we put away it too much cayer innings i.e.d. and into thinking about the choice of president does so essential to everything that influence is are daily wise i still think that's true i think but the actual presidency doesn't affect us individually very very much but i have come around to the idea that the president in ways that are kind of non obvious.