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Fresh "GW" from Curtis Sliwa

Curtis Sliwa

01:37 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh "GW" from Curtis Sliwa

"You want to hear is on 77 W A. B. C. How does Thomason packages? Where everywhere this weekend every way, And it was a U. S. Postal Service employees. You know, in those graze. He was delivering it on my block on the Upper West side, and I noticed He had a knee brace on the outside of his gray pants leg. And I walked up to him and I said not for nothing. Why do you have a knee brace on the outside of your pants like and he goes Because every five minutes I'm readjusting it. The pain is killing me. I say. And what else do you do for the pain and he goes? Look, I take some painkillers, I say So you got the knee brace on the outside of your gray pants and you're popping painkillers and you still have no relief. That's when all of a sudden I broke down the number 805 180977. The guy lives up in Inwood. Actually, look, it's just a short retreat across the GW Bridge to Trinity Rehab. They have sent us all throughout New Jersey. And I given this advice to quite a few people, and I've let him know even if you're in Pennsylvania, the lower Hudson Valley or like me in Manhattan, you schlep across the GW bridge there the best not like the rest and I told him They have the pet machine. That's the new jack way of dealing with these kind of paints, he said. Meniscus meniscus, Okay, I get it. But you should go to Trinity. We have in any of you out there with pains and strange because he'll deal with back and neck pain, tennis, elbow, shoulder, tendinitis, planter, fasciitis and beeping and what it does is it breaks something scar tissue? Enhances healing, similar to the technology used to break up kidney stones. So called Trinity We have today at 805 180977 in just 35 minute sessions. You could be virtually.

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"gw" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:42 min | Last week

"gw" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Disturbing. We seen him waiting how calculating for the train to approach the station. Hey, let the opportune moment he pushed the victim to club onto the tracks. The NYPD says there were 16 subway, pushing his last year and so far this year, the same amount Samantha leap in 10 10 wins on the Upper West Side. And still ahead after AKI weather on 10 10 wins What brought a cable TV news toast to tears on air last night wins news time. I'm 41 traffic in transit. Here's Karen Stewart. Well, we're gonna start Bridget by letting you know what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels, 10 minutes and howling like in George, it never exceeded those numbers all morning long. It's a marker something to celebrate this morning, and we're still doing well right now. Even outbound over the GW Bridge, The cross Bronx Expressway, nothing as you make your way out into the Al Jersey bound G W Bridge. But there's always unromantic stories of the crossings like the Queens bound Throgs Neck and White Stone, which both slow There is construction right now on the north down, Clear view to right before the Bronx bound Throgs Neck Bridge, the 59th Street bridge is still pretty heavy. So is the Williamsburg into lower Manhattan. The Verrazano Bridge looks good. And in Brooklyn thean and outbound go on us is still delayed from 65th up into Atlantic Avenue. The heaviest, of course, is between the prospect in the Brooklyn battery. It's so heavy that the inbound prospect is jammed right now trying to get from Prospect Park West up into the and Uncle Wanda's, and it's still kind of miserable on the eastbound grant sent Mona kind of its miserable on the eastbound Grand Central Parkway. And the South bound them with to Kew Gardens bumper to bumper both from Jewel Avenue. That south down van, which Lay will continue all the way down to Atlantic Avenue bumper.

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Interview with Jessica Pimentel

The Wisdom Podcast

08:21 min | 2 months ago

Interview with Jessica Pimentel

"Think we should start this bitten style properly by first correcting our motivation why we're here today together knowing that there is immense suffering in the world the knowing that here we're here for each other we're going to help each other get through this. Yeah. She changes in metal trump GW engine, and again bobby some Ashington meter Gordy grundell action ladder barsial. Edema Guru anomalous local. Sanga chewed on. So Joel Non, much android Doniger. Like aging yogi personality from our patients under partial song on. So Casual Moma. Jonjo dynamic usage legitimate soga pursuing on your Partial Dunga Judo's Okay Joan Lama Jonjo it tunnicliffe search. Digital Kepa Solanki. Alah Pension Asanga group. Wow very nice. Is that particular Chin from from your teacher? Is that from? Yeah. That's more melodic tune. Sometimes, we do chanting just very straightforward but I figured I'd do the Little Nicer version for for the rookies out there that may have never heard it. Might enjoy. Doing maybe we start with just a little bit about the meany of starting with like like Mandela for you did this John and you tell us a little bit about that because I'm sure as out there that that very interested in what you're doing with your hands. Right. So it's symbolizing the world you make the world you're purifying the world it a perfect place and you're setting up here. That's four continents floor directions in the mountain meadow the highest mountain, and there you envisioned a perfect pure realm and menu, fill it up with incense and flowers, and every offering that you can think of everything that has ever made you happy you kind of you offer it up to your teachers good Dharma Sanga and also your you know your afflictions things that may be bring you pain suffering you just offer it up, give it away, purify it all in making making everything. The way it should be. Wow. So you're really using your mind in that practice. Of course, you're saying something we'd be voice in you've got your body. You're also really using your mind when you're saying those brands with that digitalization. So absolutely, and I think you know one of the most beautiful offerings I've ever heard was an ocean of flowers you. You could never afford that many. But when you're doing this practice, you can offer things that you don't have. You can walk by you know. The diamond district offer all the jewelry there. Every beautiful thing you've ever seen things that you wanted for yourself that maybe you can't afford at least you can put it in that digitalization offered up to all beings you know in beings. And Use It as a as a release that have been attachment. Fantastic you're using your imagination. You don't necessarily have to own object your for. Only objects that you don't exist that Don exists are objects that are intangible. I can offer the laughter of your children or something like that. So it can really go go wild with your imagination as to what you think are the most beautiful things Yup I think in this case, going wild with your imagination is encouraged, right? Yes. You should. You should absolutely because it it's essential as you as you go on in practice to be able to develop your imagination because you'll you'll have to find yourself. Putting yourself in situations where your imagination is what's going to bring it to the next level of your practice I'm imagining that will imagining didn't mean to years that would I'm imagining? We'll be coming back to this would imagination out quite a bit. Did The Sun Creek you tell us what that is all about going for refuge is a Buddhist yield. You're going for refuge to the Buddha, Dharma, on the song the good is. Being all beings? Dharma. The teachings, the truth with the on Songa the collection, not just monks nuns but everyone around you that is going to help you achieve this goal. By the goodness of the deeds that I do and giving in the rest meaning to six projections of. Giving and morality patients, concentration wisdom giving morality patients, ethics, concentration, and wisdom of by practicing these things. May I become a Buddha not just for myself but for the sake of all living beings South intention. Yes. So Is Interesting. So Buddha dominance sauna. So you know for you before the acting career before the music business which will get to there was Buddhism right that came Beckham before the acting I think and I was wondering you grew up. Christian MRI. And I was wondering growing up Christian what was it that? How'd you end up Madonna breakage what drew you to the Buddha? Question. Is. It still boggles now it doesn't Boggle I. Am very lucky I grew up in a loving Christian household. So wasn't one of those you know fire Brimstone type situations might my grandmother was wonderful Christian? My my aunt is a is A. Wonderful Wonderful Beautiful Lady she is what it sounds like. You know it all intents and purposes and I have many wonderful Christian friends and family that that are amazing. But for me I felt like there was a point in my life maybe was a certain age of coming to being where certain things just didn't make sense to me anymore or or I. Felt that I was being drawn in another way and I wasn't sure what that way was. It wasn't a rejection of something but more a seeking more something else something that that just was sort of calling to say. So I. Couldn't quite out what it was and I remember my mother had this shelves. Books From College. There's one book in Religions of the World Textbook as a as a good place to start as any. and. So it's just kind of like starting through going through all the religions of the world literally starting with animism and and native American religions which brought me back to thinking of my own heritage and things that we learned from our grandmothers are on tees than you know, herbs and prayers that are not in any books or dances, or you know traditions, words that that are that I. Thought were Spanish that are not for example, and I started going to college and learning about that learning about old medicine learning about all different not just my try all the tribes of the Americas and I really was a great and still is a great experience. Great part of my life of the day I was still kept feeling that there was more and in my thirteen fourteen. So. I started going to hardcore shows New York hardcore scene, and there was a big Christian of consciousness movement bands like WanNa wait and shelter and and Chroma is and bad brains singing about this other esoteric type things and and you know the Christian of monks were always there hanging out singing hotter Krishnan and handing out food and stuff. So of course, I was checking it out and and there are some things that kind of you know paying some interest for me but then again, it was a lot of. Things that weren't also clicking. So know go back to the book the Book of the word yet it again. kind of thumbing through it and I see Dow is and I'm like reading through it. It's very logical. It's straightforward. There is no puppet masters like. Extra beings, there's no like get off the pay money you don't have. There's no strings attached. It's cause-effect cause-effect cause-effect that if you do a long enough, be will happen if you one plus one is to the softest thing in the world can cut through the hardest giving with time things like that and that kind of really appealed to me it was very grounded and very focused than. Kind of removed that, which may be I needed for awhile removed that. Mystical magical element at made it more about how to fix yourself now

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"gw" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

02:48 min | 2 months ago

"gw" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Hey Jimmy. Joe. Thanks for taking my call. No problem. Oh. What are your thoughts on Fhm I bought some a few months ago the. Bank and the banks on think people want is Fintech. They just won't own fin and I arise doing incredibly well but nobody seems to care about Christopher in Texas Christopher. Muya Kramer I I'm calling you WANNA give a quick that up to my buddy monroe. Question. Highly, on. Merging with. Florida's opposition. What are your thoughts? But these are these blank check companies they get the money, they do what they want with it. Other than Ut I've not been in favor of these practice because I don't have any real feel for them. Let's go to Jim in Michigan? Jim. Jim, sorry to hear about your dog. And Yeah thank you this. Is, tough. We liked I like he's good boy. Yeah, they're part of the family. Yes. One of my thoughts is down about twelve months and twelve percent in the past month. What you think of CBS I think I made a mistake when I bought TVs for my child trust them trying to go over that. I've said it my calls on Wednesday when like my club call I'm trying I don't WanNa rash rationalize a bad stock. I do believe when there's a vaccine will go higher. How about tower in new. Jersey. Tara. Financial. ticker LBJ. Again I mean I know my of sound like a broken record but member feels. Financial let's go to Alex and Georgia. Alex. Yes Sir what's up Alex? I'd like your opinion on Goco go help. In around fifteen. Company help ensure those won't go up until after the elections over. So you're GONNA have to do some holding on Let's go to and Michigan Eric. Tim Cohen Gift From Wolverine Country in Arbor Michigan Dago that's we should be. My question is on a company called the Animal Group Leesburg on. Stock is stock is up two hundred percent but I thought Lee told a compelling story and I, don't think it's over. Fourteen fifteen you can buy some teen in Ohio Tina. Yes Tina the other day my husband Tom told me that one of the things he loves about me is that I introduced him do all. That's nice. Thank you. We've made the mad money. Thanks to your coaching. Thanks. Bye. You're welcome. I'm looking to buy a stock that would be good on either side of the Kobe barbell. What do you think of Todd I love Cintos ever since the number one competitor g K. This thing has been on fire we recommended just like Rick Bend,.

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"gw" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

06:30 min | 2 months ago

"gw" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Is it going to take a real pharmaceutical company called, GW. Directly from the unjust association with the Cannabis Court which knows going down. But those you don't remember this is a bio Pharma company makes canvas drive medicines. For example, they've got a terrific seizure trump that's very helpful especially for children suffering from rare types of epilepsy yet because of that cannabis connection, I think this toxin to trade with the week place and that's a rough category be stuck with especially when you're actually a drug company. So I, think she is undervalued. Please don't take it from me. Let's dig deeper with Justin. G- over the CEO of GW form get a better sense vows companies doing we're. Money. Jim Thank you for having me back on the show. Well, I see Sir the EPA dialects sales in the US in Q. Two are now over well over one hundred, million dollars is this the beginning of a very big Ram for drug that we know is incredibly important for a lot of unmet needs. I really think it is in the first half of this year total revenues, for GW, two hundred and forty million dollars, and essentially that's from an epidemic lawrence that only took place over eighteen months ago. So even notwithstanding Cova and all the challenges, the product continued to grow in Q. Two and we just had a new indication approved doubling the potential patient population for the drug and a now launching that. So very exciting second half of the year to come I was concerned about your company because I see. So few people when you go to the hospital, I was surprised the demand. So great that telemedicine played a major role, this quarter. That's right I. Mean we're having to live in a nun to live in this new world patients are having to do so physicians doing so and we are doing so as well. But when you have a drug like epic dialects, which is treating seizures in patients that really have nowhere else to turn. Even, in the context of pandemic patients, still need this medication and doctors wanted to prescribe to patients, and that is exactly what we've been seeing. So there's a drug that is used for people who are bipolar and there's millions of people. This is Caesar drug. MacDill from. Hasn't been nothing new since nineteen ninety-four. I think a lot of people who are on that drug would love to know if they could benefit from EPA dialects. Well what we've been doing sequentially over the last few years is expanding the potential patient population through clinical trials through getting good data and getting the FDA to approve the medication and as such as we look forward, as I mentioned, we've just expanded into a new form of Epilepsy Tuber Sclerosis Complex, and there are other types of seizures and other types of epilepsy that we are studying. We'll study again in the future so EPA dialects is here is here to stay and I. Think we'll continue to see increased adoption through the epilepsy community as we produce more data and do you think the FDA might be inclined to say to give you a green light to do big trials for that could replace these old seizure drugs for mental health? Well I mean I. Think Mental Health is a slightly different issue. We have another program actually in schizophrenia and mental health but within the field of epilepsy, the FDA has made it clear and they've issued their own statements how important it is for them to see FDA approved options derived from the cannabis plant with real data with quality, control, safety, information, dosing information, and so on. So I. Think the choice is ours and we're determined and committed to do what we can to help those patients with epilepsy, square safety and dosing are or two of the reasons why people thought that there'd be no problem with cannabis just plain old, and that's a major problem because the doctors don't want to just have to approximate, which brings me to what I really want to talk about which is. What people are starting to pose about, which is a victim moles sorry if I'm pronouncing it wrong but here we finally have a go cannabis derived but dosing and I bet there must be did maybe tens of millions of people around the globe who might have taken this truck. Well. This is an extraordinary opportunity. I previously been on your show to talk about epidemics beginning being the dawn of a new era cannabinoid in a big simone is that second drug it is the consequence of all the what we've done for rapid dialects. The big moles is now going to be in very late stage development in the US for patients with multiple. Sclerosis, we have a pathway agreed with the FDA to expand the potential population, well beyond multiple sclerosis and this application could go into the FDA as soon as next year. So it's an accelerated development pathway. The market potential is very significant and just to give you an example Jim. Just this weekend is the big MS, meeting Moose meeting. A survey was published showing that in the United. States one third of patients with Multiple Sclerosis today having to resort to some form of unregulated unregulated cannabis product because they don't have a regulated FDA option available. So you can just see that as we did in the field of epilepsy, we can meet the needs of patients with multiple sclerosis and those suffering with other muscle problems from spinal cord, injury stroke, and so on in the future. So it's a really really important new and exciting development for the company on phone. You're doing a lot of the cannabis told me that they'd be doing it two years ago. They said we'd all it I kept saying I would like to know what your dosing years and each time they gave me different does because they didn't know no doctors GonNa make up a dose. So I think that you're really the only one in the field and you should be considered like Bristol Myers? Not like and I'm not going to pick one any cannabis companies but you know exactly what I mean they are unregulated. I do and I think the we've we've been going for twenty years. Jim has you know we've broken through barriers throughout the last two decades we continue to do that. But what what I do know with the EPA dialects approval is the physicians and patients health insurers the FDA. The DA. Large understand that we can produce them high quality evidence-based medicines derived from the cannabis plant, and that is what patients ultimately deserve to have. No. Thank you so much. I totally agree with you. It's always great to see Justin.

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Light flare spotted in black hole merger

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

02:31 min | 2 months ago

Light flare spotted in black hole merger

"Scientists using Celtics Vicky transient facility may have sputtered a light-flare it's associated with a black hole merger. Now, if confirmed, it will be most surprising is black holes and emerges and only dot to the electromagnetic spectrum. So where did the lively come from? One theory is that the system may be orbiting a supermassive black hole nearly form black Oh may have received a cake from the merger shooting off in a new direction and surging through a disc of guests surrounding the CBA massive black hole causing it to light up while it's unlikely that the Gw Nineteen Zero Five, twenty, one detection originated from the same event is the light flay researchers admit the possibility that it might have is intriguing. There are a number of different environments in which the system to black holes could formed and the disc of guests around supermassive black hole is one of them. The discovery of this mammoth black hole merger was only possible. Thanks to the work of gravitational wave laser interferometer observatories. They work by sending lasers into a beam splitter, which they en- shoots the beams along to perpendicular Mati kilometer-long tubes equipped with mirror test messes it the reins, the refracted laser lights the sent back to the detector where eventually they should theoretically recombine however gravitational wave generated by. something. Like a large moving masol to merging black holes for example, it causes the very fabric of space time stretch and compress emphasis slightly by just a fraction that I am a Proton and when the gravitational wave passes the Observatory Look space-time including the to bean lines and the text messages I stretched and compressed ever-so-slightly. So slightly leaving them out of phase the signature of the gravitational wave event. Using multiple gravitational wave detectors around the globe allow scientists to determine the direction of the gravitational wave source. Lago Lazy The from the Gravitational Wave Observatory comprises two identical detectors wanting in Livingston Louisiana and the Second Hanford Washington state. A third detector could virga was also used in this experiment it's located in the Northern Italy a fourth detected Japan's KAMIOKA gravitational wave detector. The first to be built underground is expected to come online. Later, this year and fifth gravitational wave detector originally offered to. Australia. But. Rejected by the Gillard, Labor government is now under construction in India.

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Historian Jessica Krug Admits to Posing As a Black Woman

The Adam Carolla Show

04:17 min | 3 months ago

Historian Jessica Krug Admits to Posing As a Black Woman

"Crew. She's a professor at George Washington University revealed she'd been lying about being black for years. She will no longer be teaching classes this semester a spokesperson for Gw you did not comment further requests not been returned for CNN the message from the Gw, you administration comes just one day after crew is a professor of African and Latin American Studies revealed. She was not a black woman that she had been passing herself off as for years instead she revealed she's white Jewish from Kansas. City and throughout her adult life there she goes Krug had masqueraded as North African African, American, and Caribbean rooted Bronx blackness. was onto her ass years ago Roseanne Barr. She knew Oh. Yeah. That's right. Didn't know. Little yardstick. But how bad is racism in this country where half the people are trying to pass themselves. As. The hated race or not have to build. Those Cases of people trying to become a race that we allegedly hate and that doesn't seem. Not a great strategy. If in fact we are who we say we are well, it was funny because like I said August was the first person to send me this article and I got many after that and he made some joke like Oh must be a friend of Gina's well I said I it's not that big of a community. In Kansas City, I promise you I know someone who knows her psych I text, my best friend, my oldest friend from Kansas City and I said what's the deal that the name sounds familiar? Do We know her? Yes, she went to our synagogue she's so and so's niece She was a few years behind us to sit in front of us at snuggle. while. You Go. It's a small town in Kansas City. Now was she doing this in order to get a break I mean to get on the staff or to be able to teach these subjects credibly other thing too is kind of weird. It's like. I can listen to a guy speak about the civil war who didn't participate in the civil war needed to be reacting I'm old fashioned that way like I just feel like you can talk about Black Studies Chicano Studies. You may speak about that like you speak about any subject yes. Right. We're all you got CAESARIA coming on soon but like some of The best analysis about sports football regular are not from guys who played the game. You know what? I mean the best hitting coach Ted, Williams, the marginal hitting coach. You know what? I mean because it came. So naturally to him, I is the person who's studied it and really understand the science of hitting and that's why booger McFarland doesn't have a job. Exactly. Right I. Think you're right like. Is it the chicken or the egg? I would be shocked I mean, that would be a way bigger story if she felt like soul man like had to become this person to get this job than it would be like this undercover story and it would be totally different. This seems from just just a few paragraphs that this is she wanted to identify an Oh, I, would get a job doing this and she said I'm not a culture vulture I'm a culture leach. This kind of her may call. Yeah. Well. But if you think about it, if we live in a world where we're really getting granular about people's heritage and it turns out that you're kids got a better shot at getting into a better college if they have a little native American blood in them or little Hispanic or little something, it makes sense. A lot of people are going to be checking that box when they're filling stuff out like there's going to be. We are giving people in that. Arena that the college campus if we're saying. We are going to lower the admittance standards. If in fact you have a little this in your heritage. And your heritage or we may be hiring, but we're looking for somebody with this and their background and not that in the background. It stands to reason that a lot of people especially in the murky world of heritage are going to start fudging things right? Why? Why wouldn't you? I mean, what's so different about Laurie Lachlan out mean it's like going. Past. Kid off like half Cherokee Indian or something she probably would have would have done that. So I think we're going to see probably more of this. Well, she's no Elizabeth Warren.

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Star Systems Can Be Born Topsy Turvy

60-Second Science

02:09 min | 3 months ago

Star Systems Can Be Born Topsy Turvy

"Our solar system is far from the only way to put together stars and their planets. They feel look at all the stars in our galaxy the Milky Way. More than a half of the stars are forming multiples meaning that there are more than once tar in system astrophysicist. Jay. Han. Bay of the Carnegie Institution for Science he has studied one of those systems with three stars. It's called GW Orion is and it's freshly formed on the a million years old. Yeah. It's really really young. Yeah. It's a baby bay says if you translate that million year lifespan. To that of a human, it's the equivalent of a week old baby and how many week old babies do bump into. If you just walk around your neighborhood, there's really little chance that you me the baby weighs one week old right. So first of all, it's hard to find these systems. They are pretty rare ban. His colleagues got lucky spotting this one using radio telescopes they were able to image the. Star system and they say, it differs from our own solar system in more than just star account in our solar system. For example, all eight planets orbit the sun more or less in a single plane. Think of the Sun as the center of a vinyl record with the planets strung out along the grooves in contrast as team discovered that the stars in this triple star system are ringed by clouds of. Dust in multiple warped and misaligned planes picture three-dimensional gyroscope rather than a two dimensional vinyl record. The observations in the journal Science those rings of dust will presumably go on to form planets as the star system matures and base as astronomers have indeed observed other more mature star systems with planets orbiting in these misaligned planes, and we want each under tenth if that happens at the time those planets worn or. Some evolutionary thing over you know billion years, the findings suggest that weirdly aligned planetary systems are born that way and that stars in their embryonic planets can be all topsy turvy even in their infancy.

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Nextbase 622GW Dash Cam with Alexa

Voice in Canada

01:35 min | 3 months ago

Nextbase 622GW Dash Cam with Alexa

"Hello Hello. How you doing Terry here today I wanNA tell you about a new product that has just been announced that of course has lexi built in. If you have a dash cams are interested in looking at getting a camera for your car there's a brand new one and like I said, it has Lexi in this is by next base and they just announced a high-performance. The model is g sorry a six to to G. W. Dash Cam and it's now available exclusively at best buy in the US and in Canada, and so what are some of the features that this thing has? Well, it's gotten intelligent parking mode. It's got an incident awareness four K. quality front and rear facing camera compatibility nine, one one SOS alert capabilities, and it's got a touchscreen. Faster video transfers, Bluetooth connectivity, and of course, it's got lexi voice control. So presumably, you're able to control a lot of these features just by using your voice when it comes to something in the car I think this is a perfect use case for this type of device. Because well, we want to be focused on the road. We don't want to be using our hands. This is not cheap that much. Apparently, it's being sold for four, ninety, nine, ninety, nine at best buy five, hundred bucks. But if you're looking for a top of the line Dash Cam for your car with Lexi Bilton, this may just be what you're looking for. So check it out. It is again the next base sixty two GW Dash Cam

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Johns Hopkins joins GW and Georgetown as latest Washington DC area school to go virtual for Fall semester

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Johns Hopkins joins GW and Georgetown as latest Washington DC area school to go virtual for Fall semester

"In in this this area area has has abruptly abruptly decided decided to to go go all all virtual virtual for for the the fall fall semester. semester. Just Just weeks weeks before before the the semester semester is is set set to to begin, begin, Johns Johns Hopkins Hopkins University University has has decided decided to to cancel cancel in in person person classes, citing rising career The virus numbers in the Baltimore area. In making the announcement, the school's president, Ronald Daniels, expressed to quote profound sense of regret and intense disappointment, and he strongly urged students not to return to Baltimore. He said tuition will be discounted 10% for the fall. Johns Hopkins is the latest university too abruptly switch to all virtual classes. Others include Georgetown University and George Washington University. Nick in Delhi.

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Coronavirus task force holds first briefing in months as cases hit record high

Erin Burnett OutFront

07:51 min | 5 months ago

Coronavirus task force holds first briefing in months as cases hit record high

"The United States about to hit forty thousand new corona virus cases today. The first time that we've had that many one day, the death toll in the United States closing in on one hundred twenty five thousand people, but if all you did was listened to the president and vice president today, you would be absolutely stunned here what I just said because this is what they said. Today? All fifty states and territories across this country are are opening up safely and responsibly. Well, that's incorrect. It's factually incorrect. They're not I mean eleven. States are currently on pause. Some of them are actually backtracking and closing some things down on plans to reopen Texas and Florida specifically. They are rolling back reopening plans governors of the other nine states. They are not moving forward with the next phase of reopening. So that was incorrect, and then the vice president went on to make this claim. The truth is we did slow the spread. We flattened the curve. So he says we flattened curve, so let me just show you America's curve. So you see, the surge right and then in in March and then you see the plateau. And then you see. The jump there at the end where we are now getting to fifty forty thousand cases today. That was a plateau, and it's on its way back up and I want you to compare the graph to these other graphs. These are countries around the world right? They have that surge at the beginning the UK Germany France Italy Japan South Korea European countries measured in thousands of cases Asian in hundreds, but look what happens at the bottom. They go all the way back down and stay that way. Ours never went down right, and now it's going back up currently with the same steepness of slope as it did at the beginning. And yet the vice president was taking a victory lap during today's briefing and he made sure to credit person number one. Under the leadership of President, trump is the president's made clear credit I believe to our president of the president made that decision. So, where was the president during this briefing while he was somewhere in the vicinity, but he was on twitter, talking about confederate statues, tweeting this image of people suspected of trying to vandalize statue of Andrew Jackson and what he was writing was that many people in custody with many others being sought for vandalisation of federal property in Lafayette Park Ten year prison sentences. It was hours later that the president did finally say something about the pandemic. That's amazing raging right now in the United States like nowhere else here he s. We have work to do that. We'll get it done. while. That's an understatement it. We are learning tonight that people traveling from the United States most likely will not be allowed to even enter the European Union. Banned, because the United States has gotten the virus under control Kaitlan Collins is out front. She's live outside. The White House Tonight Caitlyn. No briefings for eight weeks the White House. Felt like they had to do something here, but then they came out and said everything's opening you safely and responsibly opening fifty states. When that's just you know factually untrue. Yeah. It wasn't the message that some people were expecting the vice president to project from that briefing today after Wednesday's coronavirus task force briefing, and after you're seeing these numbers from this week including yesterday setting a record high of cases per day since the month of April, of course, which is the last time that they had these coronavirus briefings now you would that they would have. have taken more questions. The vice president instead of Aaron only took a handful of them, but before he started taking questions, you saw him arguing saying that he doesn't want the American people to think that because of these new surging infections that the United States where it was two months ago, even though the case numbers per day or mirroring that or beating it and. And of course, the vice president went on to talk about what precautions Americans should be taking. He ticked off a list of things that the CDC has recommended. But Aaron he notably left out wearing a mask when a reporter asked about the fact, that mask have become this political issue. He then only told people that they should be following local or state guidance ignoring the. The fact that the CDC a Federal Agency of course, has recommended that people wear masks when they are out in public, and within the vicinity of other people. He also defended those rallies that he and the president have been holding and encouraging their supporters to come to where thousands of people are put indoors with very little social distancing errand by saying that it was people's. People's right to the first amendment characterizing it more as a personal decision than something that they're organizing and urging people to come in to attend, but I do want to note to striking things that came out of that briefing today was the vice president offering a pretty rosy assessment of these numbers, and then Dr Falcon getting up there and having a very sobering warning. What's to? To come and personal responsibility and this, but also Aaron the vice president saying he believed it's an arguable that the reason that there are more cases in the united. States because there's more testing Dr. burks got up and she was going through these slides and one of the ones she pointed to was Texas where it showed in May as they were increasing testing their positive. Positive test rates were going down in the last two and a half weeks they continue to increase testing, but now those positive test rates Aaron are going up, and that completely refutes with the president and the vice president have been telling people and governors for the last several weeks. All right, thank you very much. CAITLIN absolutely makes the crucial point. Right the percent test rate. Rate is what they're looking at twenty percent of them. Positive that that's that's the relevant point. It's not the absolute number and Caitlyn I. Appreciate Your Time, so let me go now to Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Dr Jonathan Reiner. Who Advise the White House medical team under president? George W Bush currently in Cardiac Cath lab at Gw so so sanjay the vice president today. Came out and presented an alternate reality. he said all fifty states and territories. This country are opening up safely and responsibly. That is quote obviously the have double digit states halting stepping back. They're reopening all together big steps back. Yeah I mean. I. Don't even know where to begin with this particular briefing. You know you think two months. We haven't had a briefing. There's obviously some real trouble spots in the country and I'm. Saying that almost euphemistically I thought there was going to be an acknowledgement that look. We have some problems. Significant ones in here is our plan to address them. Here's what we're GonNa do we're convening the coronavirus task force to to address this? We didn't see that at all. I mean there's the last task force briefing. You can see what the numbers were at that point and obviously just see how the numbers have grown even over the last few weeks. Weeks, so it it it was it was a real concern, and there were a lot of things that were said that were just basically a whitewash of what's actually happening in the country, and that's what I think. Worries me. How are you GonNa fix the problem. If you don't even acknowledge it right well, that's the thing. If you're in complete denial about it, then you obviously don't have a plan to fix it because you don't believe it's their. Running when the president actually gave a nod to this this afternoon, his comment was making a lot of progress with the whole situation, but we have a lot of work to do but he did not attend the briefing instead he was treating about those confederate Mon. Monuments So, you know in the vice president. There was talking about all the encouraging news again. His words talking about Krona virus so. What do you make of this and I guess specifically the president's refusal to be there. Yeah the president. In a tweet about the monument seems to be more interested in protecting long dead confederate traitors. He is in protecting Americans right now. Yeah, I was really appalled. When the vice president today said well, we've all heard the encouraging news you encouraging news, really

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Florida high school teacher charged with secretly recording students at pool party

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

00:38 sec | 7 months ago

Florida high school teacher charged with secretly recording students at pool party

"A case of video voyeurism in Pasco county has led to the arrest former GW Mitchell high school journalism teacher for more crimes he's accused of committing in two thousand eleven that secretly videotaping some of the students at his house during a pool party detectives discovered a memory card during their investigation of forty one year old Thomas Kovac will video recordings from nine years ago it from a hidden cameras set up in his bathroom that students years ago that reportedly served alcohol to several students at the party even leading several spend the night though none did sheriff's office says go back live at a home on rambling ridge court in palm harbor when the party occurred anyone else who may have been in that party is urged to call the Pasco county sheriff's

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How do you prevent a coronavirus recession?

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

03:03 min | 9 months ago

How do you prevent a coronavirus recession?

"One find oneself today in the uncomfortable position of having to explain a hypothetical the White House. Promise the president himself in fact promise that we would have details today on what is administration might have in mind by way of Corona virus economic stimulus on the not misbegotten assumption. That this virus will hit the wider economy and potentially hard. So what do we know today? We know there's talk of relief for American oil drillers. We also know that relief item number one seems to be a payroll tax cut The first thing to realize is what's a payroll tax that Sarah Sinclair. She's professor of economics at the George Washington University in the US an players are required to pay a proportion of each employee's salary in taxes. Six point two percent to fund social security one point four five percent for Medicare that's part of our taxes that we see coming out of our paycheck and pay roll according to the Tax Policy Center. We all paid one point one trillion dollars in payroll taxes in two thousand seventeen. So the idea behind a cut. That's pretty clear. Get a lot of money and a of people's pockets quickly and hopefully out of people's pockets just as quickly in the form of that all important consumer spending however come a lot of times. They don't even necessarily know. Notice that additional money because it's a relatively small proportion of their paycheck in two thousand eleven president Obama cut payroll taxes by two percent giving families in average of a thousand extra dollars to spend a year before that the w Bush administration sent straight up checks to taxpayers which averaged about a thousand dollars both designed to boost sluggish economies. Today though the big worries a little bit different Nicole. Kaeding is the vice president at the National Taxpayer's Union Foundation. People aren't going to restaurants and are cutting back on seeing movies and not going to. The bowling alley is often not because of financial constraints. It's a public health. One all that social distancing and canceled events. They met her economically. Those restaurants and Bowling Alleys and movie theaters are going to see a decrease in demand decrease in customers in the short run but economics and the economy are complicated. Ain't nothing that happens in isolation. So here's Tara Sinclair from GW. One more time if we all need to cut back in order to protect the health of our society then we do need to rely on some fiscal stimulus to make sure that our jobs are there when we come back. Here's the thing about a payroll tax cut though. That gives some people a little pause in order to get the benefits of a payroll tax. Cut You have to be getting a pay check and getting a little money over time as in a slightly bigger paycheck every couple of weeks tends not to be as stimulative as a relatively larger amount of money all at once so there is that more to come on the corona virus stimulus plan as soon as Congress and the White House. Figure OUT WHAT IT IS. GonNa

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No. 3 Dayton buries GW in season finale, looks to postseason

AP News Radio

00:26 sec | 9 months ago

No. 3 Dayton buries GW in season finale, looks to postseason

"Third ranked Dayton extends the nation's longest winning streak the flyers winning their twentieth consecutive contest besting George Washington seventy six fifty one the A. ten regular season champs set a school record for wins with twenty nine and finish a perfect eighteen and in A. ten play fires broke open a close contest with the fourteen run midway through the second half eight and sophomore forward obi Toppin led all scorers with twenty seven points he also had five rebounds and five assists Ron Friedman Dayton

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"gw" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

06:20 min | 11 months ago

"gw" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Value that that provides to patients and to the hospital systems into the healthcare system at lodge ever since we heard about legalization of cannabis their voice Mabille. Tell me well that's the death knell for GW Pharma. I have said even. Though there's it's it's certainly cannabis to derive it's the opposite that frankly the is not gonNA prove these other guys and so therefore no oh doctor in America will ever prescribe what is currently being sold away from you know. FDA shouldn't and won't change away from the gold standard which is proving proving. The drug is safe and efficacious for patients. They've done that with dialects. Is the right way to make these kinds of medicines available. I think not only. Can we do that for EPA dialects within the field of epilepsy but for the pipeline to there are other products cannabis space drugs that can go through legitimate real scientific research. I'm provide other patients with similar benefits through the healthcare system and without forcing them to go outside of medical care and outside of the FDA system. Well let's talk about one that has unfortunately a lot of people had to go outside because it's not treatable. PTSD that's something you're actually doing a face one. There's there's something there's some hope there. There is actually a new program that we are announcing this week. An an example of where we're seeing uses of cannabis and other products and we've been looking at the science and doing much of the science and realizing that there's real potential for an FDA approved cannabis based option in in the field of PTSD. Not Let me. Starting Phase Two patient studies this year. We're also bridging from a product. We have in Multiple Sclerosis in Europe to bring that into the United States when looking at spinal cord injury autism schizophrenia. This is I think. The opening up of the field of cab annoyed science beyond epilepsy to really build a future for the company and for a suite of medicines of this kind which will all represent real advance. Don't just United States. You're having some good fortune in the UK right we just got the National Health Service in the UK to fund the use of EPA dialects in the UK. We're seeing the drug is utilized in Germany already is being adopted in France. We expect Italy and Spain to do so later this year and of course this is a global phenomenon. The interest in CD interest in F- regulated cannabis based products is something that's not specific to the US or Europe it goes beyond and so there's a really exciting future for these products across the globe. I know the you have not been giving twenty twenty guys I was just looking at some of these analysts. They're talking about the possibility of having six dollars per sharing power thirteen dollars per per share earnings power. Don't WanNa hold you these but it does seem that these are the. That's the possibility that this could be a two-billion-dollar three billion dollar drug when I hear about these indications and if they all work out out that actually may make sense this I mean a few years ago. We were a small company. The company's transformed in the in these few years a few years from now if we deliver continued success rapid dialects. Have even one or two of these drugs we've been talking about come through into the pipeline. This is it'll be another of a level of growth and value creation for GW. Well how about awareness for your company. Do people come in and say listen. I want some sort of pot drug or the people say listen. I've heard about this drug. I know it's worked for children. I wanted so I can lead them wife absolutely they tried and tested. Science led solutions solutions. They want to know the drug that taking is the same drug. They're going to take a year from now two years from now they want to know the side effect profile. They want to understand that they want to know that what they're getting is something they can trust. And what we provide in a world where there are different forms of cannabis products available from different sources that they understand that this is the right approach for them when it comes to treating treatment of patients say not just with epilepsy but hopefully with other conditions the one that is seems intractable. We were were talking to Omar Ish rock whose from MEDTRONIC. And he's a terrific guy in company SCRIP. But they were talking about the he was talking about the notion of people who are just kind of suicidal depressed and there's nothing for the pain that then generates that few so no words. They're suicidal depressed. Because they have pain I would like to think that. Pain studies versus OPIOID opioids. which we know are terrible? Could eventually lead to EPA dialects. Well maybe another cannabis based on to be yours to these are. These are all opportunities for us. I would say we can't do everything at once so I need to caution you that that we have to take things one at a time but you know there is obviously aw obviously the the benefits that I think. The world has seen with various kinds of cannabis based products provides opportunity for us to then drill into the science. I and make sure that we are on so these questions. And if there's an analgesic mad some we can develop. We'll do so in the right way. We know that in this country the the insurers have a tremendous amount of power have the ensures embraced this to a level where people don't have to worry if it's prescribed that it's going to break the back they have and I think we believe we price at the medicine responsibly. I think insurance come. Insurance companies have responded in kind express scripts as a as a as a wide access. Full this medication. Various states do but of course is a journey and twenty twenty. We WanNa make sure that all those appropriate patients and who seek access some physicians determined that the drug is appropriate for them are able to obtain this. I insurance. They've been successful. I think in two thousand nine hundred but we can do more than twenty twenty but you have been great steward of of something that could in another in another company is actually being abused. You're taking your time trying to be sure about the little side side effects. Whatever and planet the way the FDA wants it? I'm glad we don't take shortcuts. Love time in the making people should recognize that twenty years work and now I think the next twenty years convenient I agree with you. That's just go every. CEO.

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MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

08:09 min | 11 months ago

"gw" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"It means. Thank you and it. It was a great start of the year. It's been a great. JP Morgan conference so far as well. We announced that the first full year sales of EPA dialects around three hundred million dollars since an incredible launch year for any medication. I think proves that this kind of medicine is really making a difference to patients. It shows real value to the healthcare system and it sets us up. I think in a very nice way for what should be in another great year for us. Twenty twenty I think. People have to recognize that blockbusters. Don't come out this quickly. And typically they don't have the awareness that Navajo community must understand what this drug can do for. Rep that's right it's It's awareness not just because is of what this drug is it's CBD which obviously is very high profile but because it really represents a breakthrough within the field of epilepsy new mechanism to treat epilepsy. Where I'll see treating very high need patients often children? They're having many seizures a day. So the ability to provide a real advance in this therapeutic area together with the fact that this is the first ever cannabis product approved by the FDA has together created an exceptional environment for us to to commercialize this product to have that blow. Obse is to an unfortunately the stigma in this country. They're epileptics who are fade to a gopher getting jobs because they don't the medical community had nothing really eighty four them so therefore the insurers nothing for them there for the employers nothing for your chain whole paradigm we are and we're providing. I think condition whether it's a lot of stigma the opportunity for patients who maybe have also been experimenting with unregulated non. FDA approved product statutory. Come into the healthcare system to have medicines since they can trust. They know what's in it. They can be supervised by the physician and the healthcare insurers recognize the value that that provides to patients and to the hospital systems into the healthcare system at lodge ever since we heard about legalization of cannabis their voice Mabille. Tell me well that's the death knell for GW Pharma. I have said even. Though there's it's it's certainly cannabis to derive it's the opposite that frankly the is not gonNA prove these other guys and so therefore no oh doctor in America will ever prescribe what is currently being sold away from you know. FDA shouldn't and won't change away from the gold standard which is proving proving. The drug is safe and efficacious for patients. They've done that with dialects. Is the right way to make these kinds of medicines available. I think not only. Can we do that for EPA dialects within the field of epilepsy but for the pipeline to there are other products cannabis space drugs that can go through legitimate real scientific research. I'm provide other patients with similar benefits through the healthcare system and without forcing them to go outside of medical care and outside of the FDA system. Well let's talk about one that has unfortunately a lot of people had to go outside because it's not treatable. PTSD that's something you're actually doing a face one. There's there's something there's some hope there. There is actually a new program that we are announcing this week. An an example of where we're seeing uses of cannabis and other products and we've been looking at the science and doing much of the science and realizing that there's real potential for an FDA approved cannabis based option in in the field of PTSD. Not Let me. Starting Phase Two patient studies this year. We're also bridging from a product. We have in Multiple Sclerosis in Europe to bring that into the United States when looking at spinal cord injury autism schizophrenia. This is I think. The opening up of the field of cab annoyed science beyond epilepsy to really build a future for the company and for a suite of medicines of this kind which will all represent real advance. Don't just United States. You're having some good fortune in the UK right we just got the National Health Service in the UK to fund the use of EPA dialects in the UK. We're seeing the drug is utilized in Germany already is being adopted in France. We expect Italy and Spain to do so later this year and of course this is a global phenomenon. The interest in CD interest in F- regulated cannabis based products is something that's not specific to the US or Europe it goes beyond and so there's a really exciting future for these products across the globe. I know the you have not been giving twenty twenty guys I was just looking at some of these analysts. They're talking about the possibility of having six dollars per sharing power thirteen dollars per per share earnings power. Don't WanNa hold you these but it does seem that these are the. That's the possibility that this could be a two-billion-dollar three billion dollar drug when I hear about these indications and if they all work out out that actually may make sense this I mean a few years ago. We were a small company. The company's transformed in the in these few years a few years from now if we deliver continued success rapid dialects. Have even one or two of these drugs we've been talking about come through into the pipeline. This is it'll be another of a level of growth and value creation for GW. Well how about awareness for your company. Do people come in and say listen. I want some sort of pot drug or the people say listen. I've heard about this drug. I know it's worked for children. I wanted so I can lead them wife absolutely they tried and tested. Science led solutions solutions. They want to know the drug that taking is the same drug. They're going to take a year from now two years from now they want to know the side effect profile. They want to understand that they want to know that what they're getting is something they can trust. And what we provide in a world where there are different forms of cannabis products available from different sources that they understand that this is the right approach for them when it comes to treating treatment of patients say not just with epilepsy but hopefully with other conditions the one that is seems intractable. We were were talking to Omar Ish rock whose from MEDTRONIC. And he's a terrific guy in company SCRIP. But they were talking about the he was talking about the notion of people who are just kind of suicidal depressed and there's nothing for the pain that then generates that few so no words. They're suicidal depressed. Because they have pain I would like to think that. Pain studies versus OPIOID opioids. which we know are terrible? Could eventually lead to EPA dialects. Well maybe another cannabis based on to be yours to these are. These are all opportunities for us. I would say we can't do everything at once so I need to caution you that that we have to take things one at a time but you know there is obviously aw obviously the the benefits that I think. The world has seen with various kinds of cannabis based products provides opportunity for us to then drill into the science. I and make sure that we are on so these questions. And if there's an analgesic mad some we can develop. We'll do so in the right way. We know that in this country the the insurers have a tremendous amount of power have the ensures embraced this to a level where people don't have to worry if it's prescribed that it's going to break the back they have and I think we believe we price at the medicine responsibly. I think insurance come. Insurance companies have responded in kind express scripts as a as a as a wide access. Full this medication. Various states do but of course is a journey and twenty twenty. We WanNa make sure that all those appropriate patients and who seek access some physicians determined that the drug is appropriate for them are able to obtain this. I insurance. They've been successful. I think in two thousand nine hundred but we can do more than twenty twenty but you have been great steward of of something that could in another in another company is actually being abused. You're taking your time trying to be sure about the little side side effects. Whatever and planet the way the FDA wants it? I'm glad we don't take shortcuts. Love time in the making people should recognize that twenty years work and now I think the next twenty years convenient I agree with you. That's just go every. CEO.

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"gw" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

08:09 min | 11 months ago

"gw" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"It means. Thank you and it. It was a great start of the year. It's been a great. JP Morgan conference so far as well. We announced that the first full year sales of EPA dialects around three hundred million dollars since an incredible launch year for any medication. I think proves that this kind of medicine is really making a difference to patients. It shows real value to the healthcare system and it sets us up. I think in a very nice way for what should be in another great year for us. Twenty twenty I think. People have to recognize that blockbusters. Don't come out this quickly. And typically they don't have the awareness that Navajo community must understand what this drug can do for. Rep that's right it's It's awareness not just because is of what this drug is it's CBD which obviously is very high profile but because it really represents a breakthrough within the field of epilepsy new mechanism to treat epilepsy. Where I'll see treating very high need patients often children? They're having many seizures a day. So the ability to provide a real advance in this therapeutic area together with the fact that this is the first ever cannabis product approved by the FDA has together created an exceptional environment for us to to commercialize this product to have that blow. Obse is to an unfortunately the stigma in this country. They're epileptics who are fade to a gopher getting jobs because they don't the medical community had nothing really eighty four them so therefore the insurers nothing for them there for the employers nothing for your chain whole paradigm we are and we're providing. I think condition whether it's a lot of stigma the opportunity for patients who maybe have also been experimenting with unregulated non. FDA approved product statutory. Come into the healthcare system to have medicines since they can trust. They know what's in it. They can be supervised by the physician and the healthcare insurers recognize the value that that provides to patients and to the hospital systems into the healthcare system at lodge ever since we heard about legalization of cannabis their voice Mabille. Tell me well that's the death knell for GW Pharma. I have said even. Though there's it's it's certainly cannabis to derive it's the opposite that frankly the is not gonNA prove these other guys and so therefore no oh doctor in America will ever prescribe what is currently being sold away from you know. FDA shouldn't and won't change away from the gold standard which is proving proving. The drug is safe and efficacious for patients. They've done that with dialects. Is the right way to make these kinds of medicines available. I think not only. Can we do that for EPA dialects within the field of epilepsy but for the pipeline to there are other products cannabis space drugs that can go through legitimate real scientific research. I'm provide other patients with similar benefits through the healthcare system and without forcing them to go outside of medical care and outside of the FDA system. Well let's talk about one that has unfortunately a lot of people had to go outside because it's not treatable. PTSD that's something you're actually doing a face one. There's there's something there's some hope there. There is actually a new program that we are announcing this week. An an example of where we're seeing uses of cannabis and other products and we've been looking at the science and doing much of the science and realizing that there's real potential for an FDA approved cannabis based option in in the field of PTSD. Not Let me. Starting Phase Two patient studies this year. We're also bridging from a product. We have in Multiple Sclerosis in Europe to bring that into the United States when looking at spinal cord injury autism schizophrenia. This is I think. The opening up of the field of cab annoyed science beyond epilepsy to really build a future for the company and for a suite of medicines of this kind which will all represent real advance. Don't just United States. You're having some good fortune in the UK right we just got the National Health Service in the UK to fund the use of EPA dialects in the UK. We're seeing the drug is utilized in Germany already is being adopted in France. We expect Italy and Spain to do so later this year and of course this is a global phenomenon. The interest in CD interest in F- regulated cannabis based products is something that's not specific to the US or Europe it goes beyond and so there's a really exciting future for these products across the globe. I know the you have not been giving twenty twenty guys I was just looking at some of these analysts. They're talking about the possibility of having six dollars per sharing power thirteen dollars per per share earnings power. Don't WanNa hold you these but it does seem that these are the. That's the possibility that this could be a two-billion-dollar three billion dollar drug when I hear about these indications and if they all work out out that actually may make sense this I mean a few years ago. We were a small company. The company's transformed in the in these few years a few years from now if we deliver continued success rapid dialects. Have even one or two of these drugs we've been talking about come through into the pipeline. This is it'll be another of a level of growth and value creation for GW. Well how about awareness for your company. Do people come in and say listen. I want some sort of pot drug or the people say listen. I've heard about this drug. I know it's worked for children. I wanted so I can lead them wife absolutely they tried and tested. Science led solutions solutions. They want to know the drug that taking is the same drug. They're going to take a year from now two years from now they want to know the side effect profile. They want to understand that they want to know that what they're getting is something they can trust. And what we provide in a world where there are different forms of cannabis products available from different sources that they understand that this is the right approach for them when it comes to treating treatment of patients say not just with epilepsy but hopefully with other conditions the one that is seems intractable. We were were talking to Omar Ish rock whose from MEDTRONIC. And he's a terrific guy in company SCRIP. But they were talking about the he was talking about the notion of people who are just kind of suicidal depressed and there's nothing for the pain that then generates that few so no words. They're suicidal depressed. Because they have pain I would like to think that. Pain studies versus OPIOID opioids. which we know are terrible? Could eventually lead to EPA dialects. Well maybe another cannabis based on to be yours to these are. These are all opportunities for us. I would say we can't do everything at once so I need to caution you that that we have to take things one at a time but you know there is obviously aw obviously the the benefits that I think. The world has seen with various kinds of cannabis based products provides opportunity for us to then drill into the science. I and make sure that we are on so these questions. And if there's an analgesic mad some we can develop. We'll do so in the right way. We know that in this country the the insurers have a tremendous amount of power have the ensures embraced this to a level where people don't have to worry if it's prescribed that it's going to break the back they have and I think we believe we price at the medicine responsibly. I think insurance come. Insurance companies have responded in kind express scripts as a as a as a wide access. Full this medication. Various states do but of course is a journey and twenty twenty. We WanNa make sure that all those appropriate patients and who seek access some physicians determined that the drug is appropriate for them are able to obtain this. I insurance. They've been successful. I think in two thousand nine hundred but we can do more than twenty twenty but you have been great steward of of something that could in another in another company is actually being abused. You're taking your time trying to be sure about the little side side effects. Whatever and planet the way the FDA wants it? I'm glad we don't take shortcuts. Love time in the making people should recognize that twenty years work and now I think the next twenty years convenient I agree with you. That's just go every. CEO.

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"gw" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

03:27 min | 11 months ago

"gw" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Well. That's Sasha the CEO and that's Amy Hood the CFO. Wow thank you. I love love love when Stocks Gohar but I deal with them to rally L. E. ON REAL news in not because simply playing catch up. What's the real news this morning? We got sharpened better than expected results from Morgan Stanley which demonstrated a phenomenal level consistency. That's sorely lacking the bank history. This huge investment bank is printing money like a black box or state street similar trust companies that simply gather assets hit Morgan Stanley. The stock trades like at Ernie's episodic when this company makes good money every day selling for barely eleven times earnings. That's bananas. This kind of consistency custody deserves a higher pressure. He's multiple so it's one of the stocks are six point six percent on the great news. I've been it's got more room to run done. That's what it would generate. Move Looks Mike. But there's another kind of game and these are truly catch up gains. I've seen fifty seven varieties of catch him since earning season got rolling regional. Has that well. They're all playing catch up now. These are removed that are not based on new information based on the analyst analyst trying to chase momentum it was a couple of themselves are doing well. It's it's just. There was nothing new the warrant a talk a squawk something today. Let me give you a couple of gyms I there's amd which quite a major price targets from Barclays pointing. Now these killing. You know I think Susan the greatest some properties of resurgent demand for data center hardware and the buck. Because they're taking chair in personal computers sexist and red hot new processors and manufacturing problems and chief competitor into the problem. Also lose it this morning. Barclays raises price target or name. Not For thirty to fifty on precisely the same old positives giving it the stock sitting just below fifty bucks. Well I don't guard. That is very helpful do you. This analyst has had an people waiting. Well that's Wall Street. Speak for hold on. This one. Is The stock surged higher and now yes catch up. I see thanks for nothing. Sometimes if you get the ultimate indignity the price target booze coupled with a simultaneous downgrade. And that's what we're you're stealing. The stock of Tesla a raise their earnings forecasts raise the price target downgraded this doctor from underweight from hold to underweight underway being sell now to be fair tests. Incredible incredible run the stocks more than doubled less than three months and this analyst. Mystic underestimate the earnings power. This could have managed to hit. Its own production forecast saying nothing. Gordonstoun these targets so they raised the price from two fifty three sixty five hundred for heaven's sake making this the worst kind. No organic a simple. That's fine. Let's call this the worst kind of downgrade did you. The added Sugar Ketchup. They think went so much that it's become much higher risk than it I used to be. What's actually if your point but it would be much easier to take seriously? It wasn't coming from someone who missed the train leaving the station as I've been telling you a week I'm like valleys based on real news. We saw Morgan Stanley. Today I had a lot more than rallies based on nothing like we saw in. AMD as attested downgrade stocks. been too darn hot in. This call is the worst kind of.

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"gw" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

07:36 min | 11 months ago

"gw" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"For decades Tamie Hood when we come back if ever since such an Adela took over as CEO Microsoft between fourteen. This DACA speak crate. It is rally roughly three hundred fifty five percent total. Return them with twenty percent when you dithers starting hit a new high day. Second biggest company on Earth by the tracker. Let's get back to our interview with the men themself. This time to him by the incredible longtime. CFO Amy for two buck or softball. Claimed friend Amy Hood. Amy You have done remarkable things as CFO. I want a lot of people understand that when you do a billion dollar fund that's already talked about earlier when you do a gigantic initiative for housing. These are things that you the boom counter champion. They are but I think really fundamentally that I do I believe these are good return investments. I take very long term view. I think that's one of the things that we've prided ourselves on whether that's investing in our employees is what's investing in the region through the housing or whether the announcement this morning on climate I mean these are fundamentally issues of business. Return Right and I look at that. Probably wait. Let's say big investor. I'd come in this is what's the Roi on that billion dollars that use this wasted on the environment. It'll be measured much like everything else. I do the team would probably be giggling if they heard that question. Frankly we hold ourselves accountable just like like we hold ourselves accountable when we talk about our business results. These are no different to me. The progress we announced a couple days ago the on the affordable housing in the year. You can expect us to make the same type of transparent commitments. Climb and amy is done. It's really bring the level of rigor in thinking about about both. What is the reward? What is the risk and here? Amy talked about it. The risk is much broader than just a quarter of our gross margin Arjun. The risk is the wary system. That is making us successful in the first place could be engaged existential danger and and what is our commitment on behalf of our shareholders to ensure that the thing that drives all this economy is in fact healthy we arena a very odd moment right here feel. The government has embraced things that used to be with corporations to find a way no matter what to make money people like you are trying to find a way no matter what to preserve the earth and also do well for shareholders. This happened rather rapidly rapidly. Why first of all I think that even in a governments are reacting to sort of the mandates? They have they want. Don't for example of fair trade Dane fact one more equitable grown so I don't I take single from that so I I actually have no issues with any government. Government policy is just a companies also have to work on our own approach to the world. What are we contributing and sort of looking at constrains constrains? What is our co-responsibility in spite of the constraints is I think the art of business at least look at it? It's really it's an over constrained problem finding a path through it and yet preserving the long term viability and relevance of Your Company's what leadership is about at the same time time I when I look at what your company has done. Second largest company in the world remarkable allocation different businesses. That many people felt for instance. You couldn't win. When Amazon web services ruled the world which it does not anymore the idea that anyone caught against him as almost foolish? We've seen net and retail pretty much. Anything Amazon touches you can. What made you think that that would be worth it that the return to be? They're going against the low cost producer. It's interesting we actually probably thought about the question quite differently. which is that? We came from having a set of customers relied on us for decades and we said what what do they need. And what can we do uniquely to help and whether you the answer to that would be Azure or sixty five or dynamics or a gaming console on so it didn't really matter it was more to say Gosh there's opportunity here and we know we can deliver differently. We've done this. People rely on us. They trust us. We've done in a good job of building that over a decade and frankly we knew the teen could deliver. You heard talk you talk about. We've had a unique view here around the edge judge and the cloud and fundamentally how they were going to have to inter operate over decades. And so I think when we talked about this hybrid value and I think rightfully used to give us a hard time about that five or six years ago no longer now. That's the language and that's really what customers are asking for your leadership style. I think is uniquely. Let it so that someone the torch gets passed Amy's fearful longtime. I came out here in nine hundred. Eighty six six. I'm first time now. Kind of a lot of people never left the must inspire because the turnover out here is pretty crazy but there are many many people who understand the long term history of what the clients wanted and that has really helped you. Oh absolutely absolutely I mean I think no. I'm on big believer. That companies have an identity a sense of purpose right. I mean think about it bill and Paul Start the company nineteen seventy five in your dorm rooms proves and say hey look soffer is a good thing. Let's build tools for people developing software and that by the way is key right we want to build technology platforms uh-huh and tool so that others can create more technology and the fact that in twenty twenty software is everywhere that means the market is a lot bigger than Paulin and bill. Imagine it wasn't seventy five and we have to refresh. We have to have new concepts that aren't they. I knew concepts and distributed computing with the edge completely wheatley different ways to think about even end user computing with things like Hollow Lens but guess what it software and you obviously care. You're you're passionate about this company every time I've ever seen your talk this companies. It's just in your blood. I love this place but I love it because maybe of what is talking about is if we all will say we want to get better everyday. I do believe that like everybody wants to can learn something can behave in a different more positive way and you believe that every day you get a chance to do that. A place like this It's hard to believe you wouldn't love it It gives you such an opportunity to learn and get better and practice and make make a difference. It's pretty easy. Really last question This issue this a young person talent young person. Do you think the little place that doesn't care about the earth when they have a chance to go to one. That knows that. It's the stakeholder you know. Did I tell you the best hiring line for anybody. Eddie was competing offers. Is I just say one thing which is if you WANNA be cool. Go somewhere else. If you WANNA make others cool join Microsoft. That's sort of who we we are. I think we leave it at that. Such thank you so much. Thank you so much.

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"gw" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

13:05 min | 11 months ago

"gw" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"I got spent all day. It marks was headquarters in Redmond Washington. This was a huge day here today. Microsoft announced that they plan to fight climate change with the gold becoming better than carbon neutral by two thousand thirty and they WANNA retroactively offset all the countries emissions from its entire history by twenty fifty. You know how I've been telling you. Wall Street subway cares about sustainability. Well I think that's part of the reason why mcso Stock Rally Free Bucks today. The Times they are changing cubs great track records investors a fortune in recent years so they now have the leeway to take a stand so a few moments ago. I sat down with great Sachin Adela. He's the bankable CEO of Microsoft in his first ever appearance on the show. Take a look so real reminding okay and we gotta talk about because this is a day where you basically redefined this company and became what I think is the capitalist leader doing something. That's maybe more important than than just earning per share. You're doing impact per share. Why I what thank you for being so awesome to have you here on campus? You're absolutely right. It's a big day. A in fact it's I would say a big decade in front of all of us and today's start. What is I think about our mission to empower every person in every every organization on the planet to achieve more the fundamental thing is? Let's put more depth to what achieve more looks like for the world to who us. It means we need of course as a company we need to be able to drive brought economic growth but it's just on economic growth. But it's about really having that core inclusive growth trust in technology and all that we do should lead to a more sustainable work and so today's announcements were that last part which is commitments rear making by twenty thirty to become become carbon negative. Do we in fact go back in history all the way to our founding in nineteen seventy five look at all of our energy consumption from electricity and other sources and and make sure that we recapture that and of course. We're also know that it's not just about what we do. It's the ecosystem and the innovation. We need breakthrough so even putting a billion dollars in an innovation fund. So we're very excited. We know it's a small part quite frankly. All of us remember to do to achieve more but unless assured small out twenty fifty. If you don't do these things what does it mean for both the planet and of course for Microsoft I mean the signs that think at this point is very clear if the the temperatures rise I think the impact. It's going to have unless talk about the economy. The economy all enjoy or the capitalist system that we all arleen joy. I think we'll fundamentally jeopardy if the planet which is the resource the factor of production that has fueled all of our capital else capitalist. Society will be dangerous to me. That's the existential priority. And for us as a company for now it is all about making sure the commitments is the start off then ensuring that we are living up to those commitments. So I think it's really twenty thirty twenty fifty that we're looking forward to doing part your rigorous stanton. Your company is rigorous about numbers. This is the first time I've heard anybody lay out an actual let's say yardstick. That's hard and it's not just for your company but your suppliers and even for the users of your technology. How can you enforce it? And what does it mean when someone says you know what the we're not playing ball look. This is not the first time we've done these things first of all. You're absolutely right. We have to be rigorous and it's not about making commitments or making claims. It's about fall through so for example when be changed some of the benefit policies Just say that anybody who works at Microsoft even if they are a vendor will get yet the parental leave or sick leave. We had to pay for it from piano because we fully expected that the companies that are employing these these people are probably not going to be able to increase wages. So in some sense we have account. We've done our homework. We know what our emissions are in both on all the scope scope one one two and three and we feel that. We've had a bottoms up plan on how we go about it. We were one of the things that has really helped us is the carbon tax which we introduced multiple years physicals has built an internal rigor sort of speak on. What does it mean hard to actually have a way to think about an accounting for carbon and then go after it go a little bit bigger than carbon you care about other values including carbon artificial intelligence? Many of us are worried that it can be he used for harm. Not just for good. You're thinking about what technology will mean. I've been talking about tech intensity city ice here that and I say I'm concerned the text too intense and powerful you walk but largest coming and use the things you're thinking about first of well let's I'm an optimist. Technology can make a huge difference. I mean think about it. It's the most malleable resource that we as humans. I've ever found a software right and to think about. This is a factor of production that changes in a precision medicine. Precision agriculture feed every body body right or connected cars connected factories. I think that this is amazing. If the technology in terms of computing is getting embedded in the real world artificial intelligence for example. I mean think about what the state of the art of whether it's reinforcement learning or this what we call multi modal large scale model training. It's essentially helping US discover new knowledge. That is not possible even before. And I'll take somebody with disabilities today with breakthroughs in computer vision for someone with visual impairment. They can interpret the world. Someone with dyslexia can read because of what I can provide. But that doesn't mean we shouldn't be clear eyed about the unintended consequences of let's say technologically driven unemployment or bias in any algorithm and so we have to counter onto that so take bias first of all we as a software company a building tools. Just like how we build tools in order to ensure that people don't have security bugs in software. We should say if anybody what he believe in the model how can they D- by the model and by the way the team we've learned the best reader debiasi modest have a diverse team building it in the first place. He's suzy so smart. And you won't be able to track the diversity unless you do some things we're talking about at the same time that you're doing all these things. You are a competitor. Now you have different styles from your predecessor. Who was oh golden? Good friend of mine from college. You are a cerebral lead by example person. But you're also competitive and when and watch your National Retail Federation piece. You mentioned it's Walgreens. You mentioned Walmart starbucks. Those are three gigantic retailers. You're still you're in a titanic battle against another company to get those customers and you also offer value position that aws. Doesn't I care about that. Tell people I mean first of all. I think what's happening in retail. It's pretty exciting. I mean if you think about it everyone. Twenty nine thousand nine has sort of realized that. What retail is it's about Omni channel retail? So you need the physical stores you need the online presence but most importantly you got to connect the two things seamlessly one of the things that I talked about was what how Walmart is completely changed. The game came around. How they're doing delivery so you can order my groceries? I can start going to the store. It given the geofencing features their I o t Essentially inside the store wakes up. Make sure that things get back fresh and is really for delivery. So it's the best example Walmart taking their physical assets that digital digital capability and we're partnering with them. Same thing with Walgreens what they WANNA do. Even for chronic care management like diabetes or what marks and Spencers is done by essentially taking the store and making it a computer embedded computing. So this is one of the fascinating thing is people places and things are increasingly having digital twins this and since a digital infrastructure is more malleable. You can predict things. Automate things gain insights are like unprecedented raised. How'd you Guinea's Guinea's Azure when I saw you last? You made bold claims. I said at the time of how much money you could make with Azure. You've vastly exceeded them. Even as some of us were pleased. Who is this man? How did you see it? How did you know and how much of the future will be quite frankly? It's sort of the guy who gave me permission to do all this. Well Steve Bomber. If you think about it he wanted us to be bold and go at the cloud very aggressively. And that's what we did and one of the key things Jimmy did was. We didn't even think about azure separate from Microsoft three six five or dynamics three six five or now even xbox live or ex Ex Club we had a vision AFL Europe computing infrastructure structure and platform company. What is that next generation? We and by the way I was always grounded on the fact that it will be distributed computing infrastructure. It's the cloud doc and the edge for example. One of the fascinating. Things is is to talk about the edge. In fact I even started talking about the cloud and the edge probably four years ago and people say. What's he talking about except for now? It is conventional wisdom. That's what it takes. I think you have to have conviction on where the world is going. Make sure you bet long before anybody gives you credit credit for it and then of course execute and that's what we've done in every layer of the stack the infrastructure level platforms of service SAS layer. And that's that's what we're doing. Do you think that the marketplace will continue to pay as much as it does for your perfect execution for instance stop four hundred and ten percent return since as you start one point. Four trillion dollars will be some executives at major foreign firms funds. That say you know what I'm not going to buy that stock tears too much much about these things war will. The world changed so much that if you don't care about these mandates you're stock's GONNA go down. It's a great question. I mean you know you and I were talking before we got on the air which is You know there's this great book by Colin Mayor Called Prosperity and he talks about what is a corporation ration- and the corporations purpose is to find profitable solutions to the problems of people and planet. Okay profitable is the key would but problems is the other keyword for people and planet I so I think what happens is if you're creating a lot of profit and cree end creating more problems for for planet or people. I think it'll catch up with you so in some sense the way I look at it and say. Hey let's go after the core of what we're doing it's not about carrying about a funeral. Well things are shareholders. I always saying our shareholders are the ones who are giving US permission to be able to think about whether it is the affordable liberal housing order. That it's the carbon it's our shareholders who care as much about this as anyone else and they permission and therefore we are accountable to them to execute execute on these commitments. We make and that's good for business. It's interesting look twenty. Eight times earnings one of the highest both sort of the highest multiple for any of the plus one one hundred hundred billion companies because they want you to have that permission other issues in tech that use spoken about that are. Let's say on a hot griddle right now. Privacy Apple versus the Justice Department corporations upholding things. That aren't necessarily the constitution. There's nothing about privacy. Obviously the constitution sadly I think versus a government that is intrusive once again. We've got situation. Government wants coal you know. Coal government wants intrusion. Corporations corporations want privacy. Where do you come down these first of all? We're clear that both things matter here. The two things being privacy as a citizen as a user. I care deeply about privacy and as a citizen I also care about public safety right so both of these have been balanced and I think we have to come up with legislative mechanisms for that things like back doors and so on just bad ideas but like the cloud act which is a completely different carell. Today is actually a good first step in terms of having the legal framework for how we can in fact protect the privacy of anybody anybody who has data in the cloud and yet have the ability for any law enforcement agency to issue legal warrants. So we now have to have a technical technical and a legislative breakthrough around what is considered personal information. That's not in the cloud and so. I think that this is something that we will have to work out..

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Microsoft plans to erase its entire carbon footprint since 1975

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12:59 min | 11 months ago

Microsoft plans to erase its entire carbon footprint since 1975

"Microsoft announced that they plan to fight climate change with the gold becoming better than carbon neutral by two thousand thirty and they WANNA retroactively offset all the countries emissions from its entire history by twenty fifty. You know how I've been telling you. Wall Street subway cares about sustainability. Well I think that's part of the reason why mcso Stock Rally Free Bucks today. The Times they are changing cubs great track records investors a fortune in recent years so they now have the leeway to take a stand so a few moments ago. I sat down with great Sachin Adela. He's the bankable CEO of Microsoft in his first ever appearance on the show. Take a look so real reminding okay and we gotta talk about because this is a day where you basically redefined this company and became what I think is the capitalist leader doing something. That's maybe more important than than just earning per share. You're doing impact per share. Why I what thank you for being so awesome to have you here on campus? You're absolutely right. It's a big day. A in fact it's I would say a big decade in front of all of us and today's start. What is I think about our mission to empower every person in every every organization on the planet to achieve more the fundamental thing is? Let's put more depth to what achieve more looks like for the world to who us. It means we need of course as a company we need to be able to drive brought economic growth but it's just on economic growth. But it's about really having that core inclusive growth trust in technology and all that we do should lead to a more sustainable work and so today's announcements were that last part which is commitments rear making by twenty thirty to become become carbon negative. Do we in fact go back in history all the way to our founding in nineteen seventy five look at all of our energy consumption from electricity and other sources and and make sure that we recapture that and of course. We're also know that it's not just about what we do. It's the ecosystem and the innovation. We need breakthrough so even putting a billion dollars in an innovation fund. So we're very excited. We know it's a small part quite frankly. All of us remember to do to achieve more but unless assured small out twenty fifty. If you don't do these things what does it mean for both the planet and of course for Microsoft I mean the signs that think at this point is very clear if the the temperatures rise I think the impact. It's going to have unless talk about the economy. The economy all enjoy or the capitalist system that we all arleen joy. I think we'll fundamentally jeopardy if the planet which is the resource the factor of production that has fueled all of our capital else capitalist. Society will be dangerous to me. That's the existential priority. And for us as a company for now it is all about making sure the commitments is the start off then ensuring that we are living up to those commitments. So I think it's really twenty thirty twenty fifty that we're looking forward to doing part your rigorous stanton. Your company is rigorous about numbers. This is the first time I've heard anybody lay out an actual let's say yardstick. That's hard and it's not just for your company but your suppliers and even for the users of your technology. How can you enforce it? And what does it mean when someone says you know what the we're not playing ball look. This is not the first time we've done these things first of all. You're absolutely right. We have to be rigorous and it's not about making commitments or making claims. It's about fall through so for example when be changed some of the benefit policies Just say that anybody who works at Microsoft even if they are a vendor will get yet the parental leave or sick leave. We had to pay for it from piano because we fully expected that the companies that are employing these these people are probably not going to be able to increase wages. So in some sense we have account. We've done our homework. We know what our emissions are in both on all the scope scope one one two and three and we feel that. We've had a bottoms up plan on how we go about it. We were one of the things that has really helped us is the carbon tax which we introduced multiple years physicals has built an internal rigor sort of speak on. What does it mean hard to actually have a way to think about an accounting for carbon and then go after it go a little bit bigger than carbon you care about other values including carbon artificial intelligence? Many of us are worried that it can be he used for harm. Not just for good. You're thinking about what technology will mean. I've been talking about tech intensity city ice here that and I say I'm concerned the text too intense and powerful you walk but largest coming and use the things you're thinking about first of well let's I'm an optimist. Technology can make a huge difference. I mean think about it. It's the most malleable resource that we as humans. I've ever found a software right and to think about. This is a factor of production that changes in a precision medicine. Precision agriculture feed every body body right or connected cars connected factories. I think that this is amazing. If the technology in terms of computing is getting embedded in the real world artificial intelligence for example. I mean think about what the state of the art of whether it's reinforcement learning or this what we call multi modal large scale model training. It's essentially helping US discover new knowledge. That is not possible even before. And I'll take somebody with disabilities today with breakthroughs in computer vision for someone with visual impairment. They can interpret the world. Someone with dyslexia can read because of what I can provide. But that doesn't mean we shouldn't be clear eyed about the unintended consequences of let's say technologically driven unemployment or bias in any algorithm and so we have to counter onto that so take bias first of all we as a software company a building tools. Just like how we build tools in order to ensure that people don't have security bugs in software. We should say if anybody what he believe in the model how can they D- by the model and by the way the team we've learned the best reader debiasi modest have a diverse team building it in the first place. He's suzy so smart. And you won't be able to track the diversity unless you do some things we're talking about at the same time that you're doing all these things. You are a competitor. Now you have different styles from your predecessor. Who was oh golden? Good friend of mine from college. You are a cerebral lead by example person. But you're also competitive and when and watch your National Retail Federation piece. You mentioned it's Walgreens. You mentioned Walmart starbucks. Those are three gigantic retailers. You're still you're in a titanic battle against another company to get those customers and you also offer value position that aws. Doesn't I care about that. Tell people I mean first of all. I think what's happening in retail. It's pretty exciting. I mean if you think about it everyone. Twenty nine thousand nine has sort of realized that. What retail is it's about Omni channel retail? So you need the physical stores you need the online presence but most importantly you got to connect the two things seamlessly one of the things that I talked about was what how Walmart is completely changed. The game came around. How they're doing delivery so you can order my groceries? I can start going to the store. It given the geofencing features their I o t Essentially inside the store wakes up. Make sure that things get back fresh and is really for delivery. So it's the best example Walmart taking their physical assets that digital digital capability and we're partnering with them. Same thing with Walgreens what they WANNA do. Even for chronic care management like diabetes or what marks and Spencers is done by essentially taking the store and making it a computer embedded computing. So this is one of the fascinating thing is people places and things are increasingly having digital twins this and since a digital infrastructure is more malleable. You can predict things. Automate things gain insights are like unprecedented raised. How'd you Guinea's Guinea's Azure when I saw you last? You made bold claims. I said at the time of how much money you could make with Azure. You've vastly exceeded them. Even as some of us were pleased. Who is this man? How did you see it? How did you know and how much of the future will be quite frankly? It's sort of the guy who gave me permission to do all this. Well Steve Bomber. If you think about it he wanted us to be bold and go at the cloud very aggressively. And that's what we did and one of the key things Jimmy did was. We didn't even think about azure separate from Microsoft three six five or dynamics three six five or now even xbox live or ex Ex Club we had a vision AFL Europe computing infrastructure structure and platform company. What is that next generation? We and by the way I was always grounded on the fact that it will be distributed computing infrastructure. It's the cloud doc and the edge for example. One of the fascinating. Things is is to talk about the edge. In fact I even started talking about the cloud and the edge probably four years ago and people say. What's he talking about except for now? It is conventional wisdom. That's what it takes. I think you have to have conviction on where the world is going. Make sure you bet long before anybody gives you credit credit for it and then of course execute and that's what we've done in every layer of the stack the infrastructure level platforms of service SAS layer. And that's that's what we're doing. Do you think that the marketplace will continue to pay as much as it does for your perfect execution for instance stop four hundred and ten percent return since as you start one point. Four trillion dollars will be some executives at major foreign firms funds. That say you know what I'm not going to buy that stock tears too much much about these things war will. The world changed so much that if you don't care about these mandates you're stock's GONNA go down. It's a great question. I mean you know you and I were talking before we got on the air which is You know there's this great book by Colin Mayor Called Prosperity and he talks about what is a corporation ration- and the corporations purpose is to find profitable solutions to the problems of people and planet. Okay profitable is the key would but problems is the other keyword for people and planet I so I think what happens is if you're creating a lot of profit and cree end creating more problems for for planet or people. I think it'll catch up with you so in some sense the way I look at it and say. Hey let's go after the core of what we're doing it's not about carrying about a funeral. Well things are shareholders. I always saying our shareholders are the ones who are giving US permission to be able to think about whether it is the affordable liberal housing order. That it's the carbon it's our shareholders who care as much about this as anyone else and they permission and therefore we are accountable to them to execute execute on these commitments. We make and that's good for business. It's interesting look twenty. Eight times earnings one of the highest both sort of the highest multiple for any of the plus one one hundred hundred billion companies because they want you to have that permission other issues in tech that use spoken about that are. Let's say on a hot griddle right now. Privacy Apple versus the Justice Department corporations upholding things. That aren't necessarily the constitution. There's nothing about privacy. Obviously the constitution sadly I think versus a government that is intrusive once again. We've got situation. Government wants coal you know. Coal government wants intrusion. Corporations corporations want privacy. Where do you come down these first of all? We're clear that both things matter here. The two things being privacy as a citizen as a user. I care deeply about privacy and as a citizen I also care about public safety right so both of these have been balanced and I think we have to come up with legislative mechanisms for that things like back doors and so on just bad ideas but like the cloud act which is a completely different carell. Today is actually a good first step in terms of having the legal framework for how we can in fact protect the privacy of anybody anybody who has data in the cloud and yet have the ability for any law enforcement agency to issue legal warrants. So we now have to have a technical technical and a legislative breakthrough around what is considered personal information. That's not in the cloud and so. I think that this is something that we will have to work out.

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"gw" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

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01:58 min | 1 year ago

"gw" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"On the GW for. due to construction over on the D. again you've got Bubber bubble right coming off the break no writer up into a Jackie stadium again and that is due to construction I'm bill powers your next reports coming up at eight fifty one on ten ten win more arrests seven more teens arrested in the stabbing death of a sixteen year old Long Island boy is this family makes final preparations for his funeral now so police have made more rest in the stabbing death of could see Morris teens for awaiting arraignment on charges that include felony gang assault the eighteen year old Morris was a senior at Oceanside high school it was attacked outside a strip mall near the school on September sixteenth eighteen year old Tyler flak of lido beach has already been indicted for second degree murder police say he inflicted the single fatal stab wound the attack allegedly over a girl al Jones ten ten wins on Long Island then the new charges also say that the newly arrested were recording the attack on their phones instead of helping the fatally stabs student there's press conference later this morning at nine thirty in Nassau County we will be there stay within ten wins and ten ten wins dot com for the latest a series of shootings across the city last night and early this morning of I've left two men dead five others wounded in queens just after eight last night a double shooting beach forty three far Rockaway two men a twenty four year old and an eighteen year old were shot the eighteen year old died he's been identified as James Scott the other man the twenty four year old taken to the hospital in critical condition in the Bronx a man is dead after being shot in the head and torso encroach on park south I was just after one AM in Brooklyn two men and a woman shot in east New York on Blake Avenue and Georgia Avenue around nine PM last night another man shot after midnight while riding his bike on found Avenue near Sutter Avenue a few hours later all victims in the Brooklyn shooting reported in stable condition no arrests in any of those shootings sixty six degrees right now fair skies in new York's the beautiful Saturday little bit warm it's gonna be nice up to eighty two in mid town that's where we're headed.

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Search continues for swimmer missing in Hudson River

WCBS Programming

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Search continues for swimmer missing in Hudson River

"Eighty family of swimmer in the arduous, eight merges Hudson river swim says he has drown Charles Vander horse was from North, Carolina macro Somberg with more, the eight bridges Hudson river swin started up in the Catskills last week. This was the sixth leg of the event competitors began at the tappan Zee bridge and swim more than fifteen miles south here to the GW bait it was around three o'clock yesterday afternoon. When NYPD search boats were out here after a man went under sixty seven year old Charles Vander Horst of North Carolina is the man, they're looking for as far as the swimmers in these races. Their safety protocols in place should something like this happen. If kayakers with them. Spotters riding alongside the group. That runs the event New York open water confirms all swimmers had kayak escorts yesterday. The seventh race was supposed to take place today. Starting here and ending at the Verizon bridge that race has been canceled at the George Washington Bridge, macro. Sandberg WCBS, NewsRadio

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Jarrell 'Big Baby' Miller fails additional drug tests after losing out on Anthony Joshua title fight

Tony Paige

02:18 min | 1 year ago

Jarrell 'Big Baby' Miller fails additional drug tests after losing out on Anthony Joshua title fight

"Yards. Big baby Miller. Flunk the preflight drug tests a couple of days ago. Well that kills the fight. But he has the option he asked he can ask the commission to test a step a second sample. Okay. So the first sample had something called GW one five one six I came it. This is the EP. Oh, okay. They test the second sample that sample comes out clean, you go to commission and say it was something wrong with the first one. Okay. Usually the second one is just as bad as the first only in. This guy's case. He doesn't have APO in the second test. He's human growth hormone because they did blood work for the second test. So he's he flunked two tests not one test with with two samples they split. Now. You've got to two different drugs in the system and earlier in the day. He said, we I I know knowingly would put anything in my body. I don't happen to have been tested never funk before said. Oh, yes. You do. Oh, you've forgotten back in two thousand fourteen when you were kickboxer you got suspended for nine months by the California commission. He had some drug in his system has seventeen letters. I can't even pronounce it starts with meth, but it's not infamy. And it was something else. Then he went and put posted a video that I'm I I messed up. This is this is the ultimate in messing up. Four point eight million dollars the fight Joshua. Money coming in your your pay per view from Sky TV in England. And because you signed with the fight Joshua. They they're giving you two more fights in the contract one point five million dollars each. So you basically have flush ten million dollars down the toilet with the most he's ever made in the fight as five hundred thousand and who knows how long the commission will suspend them. And he says I'll be back, and you think anybody's going to put him on a major card, right? When he comes back. When this dude keeps flunking drug tests. I never heard of such a thing. If you got knocked out by Joshua, and you get knocked out in the next two times, you still walking away ten million dollars. I mean, generational wealth change a

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"gw" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"gw" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"GW bridge. The number is now up to forty five minutes. I'm Karen Stewart. Our next report is ten oh one on ten ten wins. Accuweather now meteorologists team, divorced. Well, I'm gonna be away. All next week's. Brian Thompson Lovie in here with you, hopefully, overall warmer week than we've had a couple of points this week this day. This Friday is going to be awfully chilly as temperatures only gonna get up to forty five. We're seeing the atmosphere moist enough to the west of sleet and snow showers starting to mix in some of those distant suburbs into the city. We'll get rain this afternoon. And there still could be some mix of and sleep showers north west of town into the early afternoon. We'll get up to just forty five today rise through the forties tonight. It's better this weekend. Bridget up into the upper sixties. Seventy for the city and inland. Tomorrow with clouds breaking for some sun closer to sixty Long Island coastal Connecticut, sixty Sunday with sun giving way to clouds cooler on Monday closer to sixty with some rain at times as we start to see some removed back in on Monday right now, forty degrees. Rain coming in for the afternoon in the city up to just forty five. And then the better weekend the way I'm AccuWeather meteorologist divorce, New York's weather station, ten ten wins. All right. Tina have to learn to take off when the meteorologists goes on vacation a good enjoy. We'll miss you wins. News time nine fifty four. Joe Biden set to make his first public appearance today since seven women came forward to say he made them feel uncomfortable on President Trump's Twitter feed, he mocked Biden and.

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"gw" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"gw" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Shop a bakery and a Drake news and on the first anniversary shoppers came to the free birthday cake and coffee and games door prizes. Gave away a bicycle and one of them. I'll get to that later. GW Williams was the big chief of these super market located quarterback road. Your food store was the first to remain open seven days a week in Santa Fe. Although by late nineteen fifty two other grocery stores were following suit. Oh, oh that prize bicycle I mentioned that went to guy Huckabee their of he correctly guessed that the number of jars knee, Peter Pan. Peanut butter display hit was Seventy-seven there. And that's a look at nine hundred fifty two in my hometown. You're listening to the Santa Fe hometown project. Nineteen fifty to the project that returns to this important message. You've been missing smoking. And really. Better tasting lucky. Yes. Latkes tastes better than any other cigarette. So many folks don't make your smokes in data's really stand for lucky smile. Misnamed rich would make them very glad sure because lucky taste better than any other cigarette. Remember lucky.

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"gw" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"gw" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"GW a lot of folks are they're trying to get to the upper level. We do have to collisions now on the level right in the vicinity of the Palisades Parkway, right where it merges together. So at least one lane blocked there, and at least a thirty minute delay at the inbound side GW be maybe a little bit better from four and forty six years at lower level instead Lincoln well over half hour in the Holland also with at least a thirty minute delay, Staten Island expressway jammed Bradley avenue right over to the verrazano bridge. Heavy in Brooklyn to inbound Ghana's northbound we from the verrazano right on up for the Brooklyn Bridge, heavy on the westbound right at the cross island. But a crash there is now cleared now delays continuing as you get in toward queens boulevard in for the fairgrounds and on in for queens boulevard and over to the BQ we over to New Jersey northbound side of the Garden State Parkway, lots of heavy volume there from union right on up for one forty five that's an ongoing construction on that exit ramp to route two eighty and of course. No shoulder there in that the elimination of that has made all the difference there every single morning, very heavy there on the northbound side of the Garden State Parkway. New Jersey transit ten trains cancelled so far this morning one on the northeast Carter four on the Marcin Essex three on the main and Bergen one on the Montclair Bhuttan one on the past CAC Bali line. I'm Tom Kaminsky with the new Subaru was sent ground patrol. Tom Eddie evidence of drivers slowing down there at the Holland tunnel. To look at the new decoration, we're waiting to see if there's any sort of collisions air everybody. If somebody's taking pictures of the change in the new decorations and congratulations. There you go. We've got at least a thirty to forty minute. Wait. I'm just looking at that. It's right back to the area. Fourteen c so pretty heavy there at the inbound side.

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"gw" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"gw" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"To GW bridge. Alternate side is in effect today. Citywide. I'm Brian Britain. Our next report five thirty one on ten ten wins. Five. Twenty two tributes are pouring in for former president, George H W Bush. He died last night at age ninety four course by Jim Ryan reports many people are sharing their memories. The former president was an avid baseball fan after he was confined to a wheelchair. President Bush would still make the occasional appearance out of Houston Astros game. As he greeted mourners before the funeral of Barbara Bush in April a woman. Houston Astros, t-shirt shook his hand, Mr Bush, then nine hundred. Three joked, what position do you play flags are at half staff at the White House. President Trump issued a statement mourning his loss and praising his commitment to faith family and country. Former presidents are also weighing in Bill Clinton became a close friend of Mr Bush's in their years after the Oval Office. I think he deserves credit for getting the world off in the right direction at the Cold War. The Cold War being over without an excuse to pack up and go home. An excuse to build a new world of cooperation time will prove that. He was right. Warning and cooperative world. Of strong security, but lots of freedom Oiseaux democracy. Lots of interaction between people former President Obama says a nation has lost a patriot. And humble servant reaction coming in from overseas. As well. British Prime Minister Theresa may saying Mr Bush was a great statesman a true friend of their country. John Major the bird who is the British Prime minister at the time that Bush was in office also praised him saying that the late president's America's obligation to the world and honored it social media lighting up with tributes to celebrities for Mia Farrow to Gary Sinise sharing their memories and praise wins you Sam five twenty three. Well, you don't know it to you limit the Federal Housing and urban development departments New York office plans to move into the Niger housing for a month. Saying that's how she can fully understand. It Lynn patent a former event planner for the Trump family telling the daily news show move into a nicer apartment in January saying she can't understand to resolve the daily plate of a resident without experiencing it firsthand last week. She tweeted she plans to move into the grant houses at Harlem, where thousands with that here on thanksgiving later said though, she would only go there if the city and federal prosecutors could come up with a new plan for a monitor that is due later this month wins news.

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Google Employees Protest Secret Work on Censored Search Engine for China

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Google Employees Protest Secret Work on Censored Search Engine for China

"Feldman else's new is Friday eastbound you're Jerome avenue. It's in the left lane, and slowdowns your back out of the apartments almost affecting the George Washington Bridge but it will probably fairly shortly and it has already slow on the westbound side beyond the. Interchange is where the delay starting go all the way out to the GW be and are in the middle of it. Right around the Sheraton you've got a broken down tractor trailer that is in the center lane Degan jammed up northbound from the RFK southbound delays. Almost back to Vancouver Orland park south Harlem river drive the west side highway both of those approaches are really slammed right, now in queens. Eastbound on the bell Parkway in your boulevards, still clearing accident you've got a lane shut, down because, of that and westbound. On the Staten Island expressway and your Bradley avenue still have that crash. Being cleared that one is

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FDA Warns Veterinarians Of Pet Owners Using Animals To Get Opioids

24 Hour News

02:56 min | 2 years ago

FDA Warns Veterinarians Of Pet Owners Using Animals To Get Opioids

"From the FDA Pet owners not to. Take your animals. Opioids the US food, and, Drug administration says some pet owners, may actually. Be stealing pain meds that have. Been prescribed for their, pets they just like human drugs these medications have. Potentially serious, risks and can lead to addiction in both people and animals because there's not much data on opioids being. Prescribed by veterinarians the FDA has developed a resource guide it includes info,

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Donald Trump Jr. and Vanessa reunite for divorce court amid report of his quickie engagement to Kimberly Guilfoyle

Pat Farnack

02:54 min | 2 years ago

Donald Trump Jr. and Vanessa reunite for divorce court amid report of his quickie engagement to Kimberly Guilfoyle

"Ruano seven an accident that's. Got the. Left lane shut down you still have delays on the northern. State westbound, by, one, oh six one seven and then westbound LA getting into glencoe roads just. Still so minded delays but once, you get into queens. Actually not so bad some good news on the Manhattan bound Brooklyn Bridge. On the Manhattan side the earlier crash cleared still have delays. Back onto the BQ you're also slowing the inbound Galanos, from fort Hamilton Parkway getting onto the b., q. e. battery tunnel still a little slow saying for the Williamsburg bridge. Both heading into Manhattan you still have some volume to watch out. For cross Bronx delays start, at the Sharon Sheridan go all the way to the app GW travel time of about twenty five minutes still at least, a half an hour inbound, at, the Lincoln Holland tunnel inbound still looking at. About fifteen to twenty and now a New Jersey Garden State Parkway northbound, in, Newark. By one forty four, there's. A crash there though it is on the shoulder next traffic update less than ten minutes away on, WCBS And now let's check our forecast meteorologist John Eliot is here, to, tell. Us that it's going, to. Be sunny for the rest of the week no no that's a lie to you We did have some sun this morning, was great, were doing the on the TV set, we have, these glorious guys beautiful I can't. Remember it's gonna rain for like ten minutes, the rain right now. Out in Nassau County north shore and then way, out in Suffolk County south shore dealing. With potential for passing storm not the kind of coverage we saw yesterday just. A passing shower it's warmer more humid today eighty five sun tomorrow but we pay the price. Heats up the atmosphere laid on your Friday could see some strong. To. Potentially severe storms after an early, shower, on Saturday should see some. Sun in the afternoon high around eighty six I'm John. Eliot the optimistic one and. The CBS to weather center yeah optimistic about sunshine WCBS news, time ten ten. UFC star Conor McGregor it will not be, facing jail time for a. While backstage brawl at Barclays center last. April McGregor pleaded guilty to misdemeanor disorderly conduct in Brooklyn criminal court today he will have to do community. Service, though. And go through anger management Donald. Trump junior and his wife, Vanessa. Spotted at Manhattan. Courthouse this morning attending a hearing in, their divorce case Vanessa Trump walked a few, feet behind, her estranged husband she filed for divorce, in March, the divorce which was initially listed. As uncontested is now contested Trump's were married, in two thousand five. And have five children former Fox News channel personality, Kimberly Guilfoil recently left the network amid. News that she is dating Donald Trump junior now the kiddie coaster at rye. Playland has provided so many fond memories to generation after generation it's been around since nineteen twenty. Eight and the Saturday it will become a landmark officially designation is. Being. Granted by American coaster enthusiasts and, organization, made up of roller coaster. And amusement park fans the landmark program started in two. Thousand and two to honor. Coasters of particular historic significance WCBS news time ten eleven most,.

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Michael Cohen secretly taped call with Trump discussing payment to Playboy model

24 Hour News

02:19 min | 2 years ago

Michael Cohen secretly taped call with Trump discussing payment to Playboy model

"Free and clear and read eighty by exit Fifty-three accident is gone on the turnpike though southbound right about fifteen e or. Just south of that truck fire still. Takes on a bunch of lanes. And some slow traffic through there, and the express lanes of the Parkway or closed. Down one sixteen right, near the art center so use the local instead flipped over vehicle that has, yet to be flipped over the correct way and here's, what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels Bayon bridge close for the night as the marine Parkway we'd actually the Bainbridge, coastal Sunday afternoon, the Lincoln and Holland are okay GW upper level work both ways and the lower levels closed going. To New York they have no. Choice but to use the upper level. Alternate side. Is in effect on this Saturday I'm Jeff Jensen next report to fifty one. On ten ten wins wins news time to forty two police now. Searching for an escaped prisoner in lower Manhattan Well this all went down about seven, thirty last night when the anti crime unit was making an arrest in the SoHo area for shoplifting Identified suspects was being arrested when he made us to break free still handcuffed and ran away into a nearby housing complex Now, the search is still on for him and it's news time to forty three zero according between the president and former lawyer Michael Cohen is. In FBI hands and said to be one of many of the FBI raided Michael, Cohen's home and office in April sources familiar, with the. Matter confirmed investigators discovered recordings Cohen may include then candidate Donald Trump speaking about a payment to former playboy model Karen McDougal she claims to have had a ten month affair with Trump and has. Since sued seeking to invalidate a contract with a publisher of the National Enquirer. Which purchase your story and then buried it Trump has denied the affair Cohen. Is under investigation in part overpayments to silence women, whose claims could have been damaging to Trump's, candidacy that's correspondent Aaron Katersky now a source with knowledge. Of that, tape, said the conversation is not good for the president although that's. In contrast with what the president's. Current lawyer Rudy Giuliani said telling CNN he was aware of the tape for days adds he has gotten the trans Scripts as well the source familiar with those. Tapes said there was nothing a legal about that, discussion but did say there could be ethical, issues surrounding Cohen recording his own client cul it has. Not been, charged, with.

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14-year-old arrested after Navy SEAL memorial vandalized

NJ Diet

02:12 min | 2 years ago

14-year-old arrested after Navy SEAL memorial vandalized

"Steam pipe last in the flat. Iron district hundreds are evacuated as the area tested positive. For us this man just wants to get some of his stuff from. His house hopefully these guys at work when they, let me I'm going to scoot you Suffolk police arresting a fourteen year old boy for vandalising a stone memorial commemorating a navy seal killed in. Afghanistan photo show the circular stone slab dedicated to Lieutenant Michael p Murphy shattered. Into fragments the memorial in lake Ronkonkoma vandalized yesterday the teenager was taken into custody at three AM. This morning he's charged with criminal mischief tourist duck boat capsized in a lake, near Branson Missouri killing, seventeen people including children of. Your thunder storms struck the area. Last night seven others were injured when the vote plunged into table rock. Lake President Trump's former personal lawyer secretly recorded Trump discussing payments to our Former playboy model who said she had an affair with him, the New York Times, saying the president's current personal. Lawyer Rudy Giuliani confirmed the conversation. And said it showed Trump did nothing wrong CNN says Cohen has additional. Secret recordings of Trump here's Dave Solomon with right now traffic Zuhdi yesterday steam pipe explosion of the flat iron district Fifth Avenue and Broadway remained closed. Between twenty third and nineteenth streets expected at. The be for a few more days eastbound seventy, eight approaching the Garden State. Parkway right. Lane blocked by an accident northbound the. New York state throughway. Between the Garden State, Parkway and Airmont road there is a crash roots wanted nine the. Truck lanes northbound the Hackensack river drawbridge the, center lane has been taken out by disabled tractor trailer group other Bruckner it's heavy the, dig into the Bronx river, Parkway we'll southbound is heavy the cross Bronx expressway. Going up to, the Degan southbound on the van Wyk is heavy the going to Rockaway boulevard, northbound bandwidth crowds and Linden boulevard, main street in Bel GW bridge the upper level of slow ride. Tolls the lower level split inbound Lincoln tunnel center to crowds in the jersey. Side Galvin plaza northbound Bronx, river Parkway slows Pelham Parkway, to gun hill road eastbound the belt Parkway heavy nap street cross bay. Boulevard westbound, crowds in flatbush avenue to the verrazano. Inbound guavas was heavy the prospect express Wait to Hamilton avenue from the raycatena dot com traffic center ride. Dave solve it on seventy seven.

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"gw" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"gw" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Professor gw believe in washington an account columnist michelle goldberg that hilariously stupid piece in the new york times they they're in toronto and they're debating political correctness and they start accusing peterson of white privilege so listen to the peterson talks and the fact that michael dyson won't let him talk which is interesting as well but listen to what he says he makes a reasoned argument about white privilege for a moment that i've benefited for my white privilege okay so let's assume that that's well that's what you would say so so let's say let's get precise was that individual individual of you let's get precise about this okay what degree is my prevalent present level of talent or achievement a consequence of my white privilege and i don't mean sort of i mean do you mean five percent do you mean fifteen percent do you mean twenty five percent do you mean seventy five percent and what do you propose i do about it how about a tax how about a tax that's like specialized for me so that i can account for my damn privilege about it so i can stop all right completely reason argument us to do about it if there is white privilege so what i mean you know my my grandfather came over here there was a lot of christian privilege irish came over here there was a lot of protestant privilege so what what are you going to do about listen to the way dyson response to this firstly we'd let him talk he's making those kind of deep growling noises.

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"gw" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"gw" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

"Gw father went through five years with the fda looking over their shoulder plus the eu saying okay i'm gonna give this to children what happens if they child is running a fever and i'm going to give them another drug or i'm gonna give him this drug they went through all of the diligence that you would have to do as a company in the pharmaceutical industry to look at cross problems in that if you are taking this new drug that if you haven't taking nash for say erects this is what we found they went through all that took five years to get to this point now having said that the reason we do not have this in the united states is a lack of spine of our congress when he mothers went to governor christie and they went up to nyu to see dr orange davinci he said you know that any united states of america neurologist psychiatrist can get heroin we cannot get marijuana two years ago so please if there are cures or at least some relief pay you please call your congress people to look at canal annoyed marijuana now the second one is out of israel israel started with can happen in the nineteen seventies rick they actually have a major at their university any in mukalla jackie and neurology of cannabinoid one of the companies benefiting from israel's focus as a company called therapeutics is a strange one sarah seems to don't laugh pure adult to read syndrome really yeah so i mean the federation of people who are the radio now i've known some young people who have that and and one guy who who suffered from theresa and i just to say this manager meetings were quite interesting and because he would blurt out profanity's and things like that and it was but we all understood we all got it we all laugh together it was just very very good with music and yeah that would be fantastic if they could somehow use that to to fix the switch as it were of anybody knows everybody has two rats they they have not just twitching but often blurted out things and yeah yeah that got me the job here's my tarantula no you can't pick as it's often profane bomb i appreciate the call again to get a.

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"gw" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"gw" Discussed on WCHS

"We are quite skips the ball in bounds saily grubby long three won't go rebound hold on inside jumper up at in herbie floors again she's got 10 points and the order eighteen fourteen four point lead now for parker's work bring bringing up before steve mcmillan through gw razor across tom i jump past take it away by partners burke when other with it is briana wilson long pass down the floor the shaly kirby the kick amac out leftsided side three in and out no good by a matic mazloum ample down by canadian hose usually found five harper's birds sally kirby where we picks up first the nc's four thirty five gone on gw rob markets argument rather gw will have the basketball the are quite out of the gate four parker's were with the hope is needed bounce fancy to back off the dnc mellon mcmillan brings across the time line long past broken up by parker's work picked up down the corner about the hope given off now the king don't l brings up to the wing hands at altamonte harnessing harms it takes it rightside backseat back out gets a pass off now so lace lucy through the lane he'll be found she went up for the shot five parker's work all on brienza wilson that's her second file at the mina be kalisz alesi she's got five points in the games to be your first optimally at the lives leah chrysler quickly check back in for parker's berg probably for wilson who as those two fouls free throw off the animal white though good relations briana whistles that now those 2000s leah crisis checks back yet second free throw by lacey off the round though good we've ample down by the big red springer up the floors tvm clark pass on the left now dramatic may's art wives out of courtesy corner jumper on the way for three is good by emily comfort twentyone fourteen the lead up to seven now for parker's bird fifty five seconds ago here in the first quarter play eliza alesi is pass off the katie dornelles it together right satellite linkup dries good we did are now now with seven points in the quarter twenty one sixty five point lifa parker's bird big red with the basketball shaly curbing works around the audience automatic maize pump fakes for the call travelling as who have pulled a shot and give it back over to gw.

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