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Fresh update on "gates" discussed on Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:41 min | 2 min ago

Fresh update on "gates" discussed on Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

"But with other viruses. There was a remarkable reduction and communicable. Usage in schools this year. Brian Calvert harmonium concerned parents and students in the Lake Washington School district are demanding more accountability after the district's website was hacked with racial slurs and offensive messages. Almost Tammy Matassa reports my heart instantly sync due to being scared and actually like traumatized, disturbing and disheartening. We've blurred the racial slurs and offensive messages. Parents and students sauce mirrored on the entire Lake Washington School district website. For an hour after it was hacked last Thursday. It was shocking. I was like in shock. I was like, who would do this recently Graduated senior Angel George saw a screenshot of the offensive messages making the rounds on social media and I was just really concerned because it's had a bunch of like derogatory terms to every race except for white people. So Kind of scary. Almost Tommy Matassa reporting, Warren Buffett is resigning as a trustee from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The announcement comes weeks after Bill and Melinda Gates announced that they were divorcing after 27 years of marriage but would continue to jointly run. The foundation is one of the largest charitable foundations in the world Buffet, the chair and chief executive of Berkshire Hathaway. Gave no reason for stepping down from the Gates Foundation. But questions have been raised about the structure of its leadership after reports of Bill Gates's behavior in the workplace almost manufacture common news time 12 10 time for an update on sports from the Beacon Plumbing sports desk. Here's Eric Heinze shed long hit a solo home run with one out in the eighth inning, lifting the Mariners to a 21 win over the Colorado Rockies last night. Two days ago, Long had a game ending Grand Slam in the 10th to complete a four game sweep of the Tampa Bay Rays. It's the EMS fifth straight victory, and they've won eight of their last nine games. The series concludes this afternoon at 1 10. The Astros picked up their ninth straight win by topping the Orioles yesterday. 31 the storms five game winning streak ends at the hands of the Washington Mystics losing 87 83 last night. The Sounders hopefully got enough rest during the MLS break is there in the middle of playing three games over eight days tonight? The host of Real Salt Lake, then play Wisconsin's rival Vancouver on Saturday, But head coach Brian Smith sir says the white caps are in a similar situation. The beauty of this week is that Vancouver also plays tonight and You know, so they're on the same schedule. First kick against Real Salt Lake is seven o'clock tonight. The Montreal Canadians beat the Golden Knights 41 in Las Vegas last night. Montreal could win the Stanley Cup semifinal series on their home ice Tomorrow, and the Tampa Bay Lightning has a three games to two lead going into New York tonight and their semifinal series against the Islanders. Sports attended 40 minutes past the hour America It's common news just a couple minutes away from our next traffic update. Most Americans who have been working remotely say it saved them some cash. Almost Denise Whitaker reports, more than one third of Americans got their work done from home during the.

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Warren Buffett Resigns from Gates Foundation

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 54 min ago

Warren Buffett Resigns from Gates Foundation

"Berkshire Hathaway chairman Warren Buffett has resigned as a trustee of the bill and Melinda gates foundation bill and Melinda gates revealed they were divorcing after twenty seven years of marriage but said they continue to jointly run their foundation one of the largest philanthropies in the world Warren Buffett is one of three members of the foundation's board with recent donations he's given more than thirty three billion dollars to the bill and Melinda gates foundation now he says he's resigning in a statement Buffett said he's been an active trustee and that he's resigning from the post just as he's done with all corporate boards other than Berkshire Hathaway Buffett is now ninety years old describing his job but that said I'm clearly playing any game that for me has moved past the fourth quarter and into overtime I'm Jennifer king

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Fresh update on "gates" discussed on Richard Eeds

Richard Eeds

00:38 min | 11 min ago

Fresh update on "gates" discussed on Richard Eeds

"Members and fans through the tortillas that the opposing team after Coronado won the game. Former Nickelodeon star Jared Drake Bell is pleading guilty to charges involving a minor in Ohio. The 34 year old pleaded guilty to one count of disseminating matter harmful to juveniles and one count of attempted endangering Children. The Drake and Josh star allegedly engaged in an inappropriate chat with the victim in 2017 that was sexual in nature. Which has been linked to rape and human trafficking. State representative Matt Krause is the abuse of women is being normalized when it's uploaded without the victim's consent. Having this site that's allowing all these images that kind of normalizes it or desensitize is folks, the Republican says. Porn hub is also fanning the flames of sex trafficking by posting videos showing prostitution. Earlier this month, dozens of women sued the site alleging that the owners profit from videos depicting rape, child abuse and human trafficking. You're listening to the latest on NBC news radio. Billionaire investor Warren Buffett is giving more of his fortune to charity and stepping away from a high profile post. Rory O Neill reports dubbed the Oracle of Omaha, Warren Buffett is donating $4.1 billion worth of shares in his Berkshire Hathaway fund to five different foundations. Now. 90 years old Bucket also announced he will resign as the trustee at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Buffett has resigned from all corporate boards accepted. Berkshire Buffett now says he's given away half of his fortune. But his holdings are still valued at more than $100 billion. I'm Rory O Neill. Federal prosecutors are asking a judge to hand down a lenient sentence to former Nexium member Allison Mack, the 38 year old actress pleaded guilty to racketeering and racketeering conspiracy charges over two years ago. Is facing up to 14 years in prison. However, prosecutors say she should get a lesser term due to her cooperation with the investigations into both Nexium leader Keith Ranieri and the group's former director of operations. Clare Bronfman. Mac is currently scheduled to be sentenced June 30th Texas congressman Chip Roy is looking for answers from ERCOT. Yesterday, Roy sent a letter to the Electric Reliability Council asking questions about the state's power grid. Do you have enough power? Base load capacity to make sure that Texas will stay power to the side and then to do we have the market set up to work and function right so that you're encouraging that capacity to be online, Roy says. He needs these answers not just as the member of Congress but as a Texan, just like millions of others who want to ensure their powers stable. There's concern on the south shore of Long Island about THC lay snacks packed like popular cookies. Long Beach School officials have issued a warning about trips ahoy packaged to look like chips Ahoy and Oreos called Stone Eos The cookies, which are made from hemp are.

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Two Versions of Chinese Defector Dong Jingwei's Whereabouts

The Dan Bongino Show

01:44 min | 3 hrs ago

Two Versions of Chinese Defector Dong Jingwei's Whereabouts

"Since the revelation of the spy gate scandal. This would be a spy story of a different nature. So, according to the story, Jennifer Van Laar is reporting at Red State and we will ask her about it directly at the top of the next hour. The United States government may be in possession. Of a high levels. Uh, spy from China. He was under Biden's terminology. Just one of the spy cheese. You know Hunter Biden his whole business associations that we may be in possession of a spy from China. At the highest levels of the Intelligence infrastructure, the Chinese Communist Party. And he may be giving us folks the absolute mother lode of information. Now you may be saying, Dan, Why do you say May Well, I'm saying we may be in possession of because there are two completely different versions of this event. And both of them can't be true. One version of the event by Ms Van large reporting. He said. Yes, Anonymous sources from the intelligence community are telling me we have this source. He's given up the mother lode. Matter Fact he's given up things I'll get to in a minute. That are so Incredible. I mean, really, incredibly hard to digest and bear hug and get your arms around that, if true, it could be game changing for the United States and our national security. And the other version of events is No. We don't have this guy at all. We never had this guy. Matter of fact, he's in China now giving lectures. Obviously, ladies and gentlemen, both of those stories cannot be true at the same time. So I'll ask you again. What the heck is going on with Dong Jing Wei? That is the name

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Fresh "Gates" from AP 24 Hour News

AP 24 Hour News

00:40 min | 24 min ago

Fresh "Gates" from AP 24 Hour News

"He hopes cities choose to use some of the money for alternatives to policing as well and to invest in community policing models. Warren Buffett is resigning as a trustee. From the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Warren Buffett is not explaining why he's stepping down from the Gates Foundation board members began an investigation last year indicates prior romantic relationship with a female Microsoft employee. That was deemed inappropriate. The bodies of two young girls were found hours apart in a South Florida canal. Investigators are treating the case as a homicide. A woman said She was sitting near the canal yesterday and saw a body in the water. She said she'd never seen anything like that. This is a P news. Some used cars now cost more than their original sticker price That got the attention of our Shelley Adler talk about sticker shock. A new 2019 Toyota Tacoma s R double cab pickup was just under $29,000. Now dealers are paying $1000 more to buy the same pick up even though it's used and the sales price for customers is $33,000 the reason for the inflated price the pandemic in a global shortage of computer Ships in the past year. Used vehicle prices on average, have climbed 30%. That's according to black Book, which tracks car and truck data. I'm Shelley Adler, the good news Fed chair Jerome Powell says he thinks these price increases we're seeing will likely be temporary. In addition to used cars, airplane tickets are up, and the price of hotel rooms is too Chair Powell's testified before Congress yesterday. I'm Rita Foley. AP News AP News I'm Ed Donahue an announcement today from the White House, the vice president will travel to El Paso, Texas. On Friday. She will be accompanied by.

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One Dead After Two Struck by Vehicle at Florida Pride Parade

Glenn Beck

00:34 sec | 3 d ago

One Dead After Two Struck by Vehicle at Florida Pride Parade

"Injured two people at the start of a Stonewall Pride parade in Wilton Manors, Florida near Fort Lauderdale. Dean Trantalis, mayor of Fort Lauderdale, was there and says he saw it. All of a sudden is white pickup truck dash right through the crowd, barely missing. Congressman Congresswoman Wasserman Schultz. Car by inches and just dash through, smashed through a gate smashed into a landscaping company and and and he hit two people on the ground. Truck drivers in custody. No word of the crash was intentional. Police are hunting a man they have

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Fresh "Gates" from News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:23 min | 34 min ago

Fresh "Gates" from News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

"Seventies to near 80 today after the morning clouds clear to afternoon's sun more of the same tomorrow, but that he begins to ramp up starting on Friday, when highs will be well into the eighties. And if your nineties and South sound by Friday afternoon But nothing compared to the excessive heat. That is on the way Saturday, Sunday and Monday, mid to upper nineties easily for highs. Maybe even some triple digits across the Puget Sound Lowland Sunday and Monday. Yes, we're talking 100 degrees here in western Washington. The common Weather Center meteorologist Kristin Clark. And right now, as we take a look around the sound, we've got some really warm temperatures on the east side of the state, but not so much here. Puyallup Cloudy and 61. Rent in 64 cloudy skies and a growing field. Partly sunny and 61 degrees. It's 11 37. Warren Buffett is stepping down as a trustee for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The announcement comes after the pair announced they were divorcing after 27 years of marriage, but we'll continue to jointly run the foundation, one of the largest charitable foundations in the world. Gates was formerly the world's richest person has Fortune estimated at well over $100 billion. When Jeff Bezoza flies into space, he should stay in space. That's what more.

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After a Year Stuck Indoors, Visitors Are Overcrowding National Parks

The Heatwave Air Experts

02:00 min | 4 d ago

After a Year Stuck Indoors, Visitors Are Overcrowding National Parks

"With people trying to enjoy outdoor activities. Arches National Park in Utah. They reach capacity and close the gates. The visitors most days before nine a.m. or more on how everywhere is packed Right now, we'll speak to Alison Poli reporter at The Wall Street Journal. Some of the most popular national parks are expecting record crowds the summer and these are parks that have already seen a lot of visitation. So some of these parks were closed last spring, and then when they reopened last summer, people flock to them because they were able to be outside, they are able to social distance and enjoy the outdoors. And visitation numbers have only increased since then. So at arches National Park, for example, the gates to the park do temporarily closed when the parking lots become full and most days that happens before nine a.m., and they will open back up anywhere from 2 to 5 hours later, But in some cases, people have still seeing lines when they go back and later in the day to try to enter the park. And the demand is there this April, people going to the park was up 15% from 2019. So this was before the pandemic, so people are wanting to get out there. One of the interesting things that happen with all of this, though, is some some of these unattended consequences. If they can't get into the main park, they'll go on to some other undeveloped land that's in the nearby area. They make these kind of campsites there. Fires have started trash. You know, it can become a big problem for the community around there as well. So a lot of people started camping during the pandemic, and so more people are camping on federal lands, and in some cases, the land that they're camping on isn't intended for tourism or overnight stays. So in some of those areas are seeing a lot more trash, even human waste, and it creates resource management issues for the local community. You know, it's kind of a catch 22 because the people in the nearby communities obviously want tourists and visitors to come by. It helps

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Good Game (MM #3741)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 d ago

Good Game (MM #3741)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation, my wife and I were watching one of our favorite movies, the other night for about the millionth time, Dazed and Confused and one of the scenes that I watched, again, a million times just kind of made me chuckle the other night, and it made me reflect back to my younger days. Sadly, yes. In the nineteen, seventies. And it was when Mitch Kramer the young guy with the long hair, the freshmen who was the baseball pitcher. And as above you paddled and on his way out the gates they all have to stop and shake hands with the other team. It's kind of one of those traditions. We did when we were growing up, whether in my case Major League Baseball or basketball or whatever it was, you always had to stop and shake hands at the end and say, good game shows. They're walking across the line. You kind of see it, throwing a good game, good game, good game, good game, you know, none of them want to do it. And, you know, it's supposed to be teaching them sportsmanship. But in reality. Does it really you go through the line? Nobody means that nobody cares and it means nothing, but it just kind of made me chuckle, because I did it thousands of times. Again, whether playing baseball or basketball, and those were the two sports I played. And I'm sure they did it in football too. And in soccer and well, it just kind of made me chuckle, good game.

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Good Game (MM #3741)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 d ago

Good Game (MM #3741)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation, my wife and I were watching one of our favorite movies, the other night for about the millionth time, Dazed and Confused and one of the scenes that I watched, again, a million times just kind of made me chuckle the other night, and it made me reflect back to my younger days. Sadly, yes. In the nineteen, seventies. And it was when Mitch Kramer the young guy with the long hair, the freshmen who was the baseball pitcher. And as above you paddled and on his way out the gates they all have to stop and shake hands with the other team. It's kind of one of those traditions. We did when we were growing up, whether in my case Major League Baseball or basketball or whatever it was, you always had to stop and shake hands at the end and say, good game shows. They're walking across the line. You kind of see it, throwing a good game, good game, good game, good game, you know, none of them want to do it. And, you know, it's supposed to be teaching them sportsmanship. But in reality. Does it really you go through the line? Nobody means that nobody cares and it means nothing, but it just kind of made me chuckle, because I did it thousands of times. Again, whether playing baseball or basketball, and those were the two sports I played. And I'm sure they did it in football too. And in soccer and well, it just kind of made me chuckle, good game.

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American Greatness Reporter Julie Kelly on the Indictment of Oath Keepers

The Dan Bongino Show

01:35 min | Last week

American Greatness Reporter Julie Kelly on the Indictment of Oath Keepers

"That there were potential FBI sources that an infiltrated a lot of these groups say, tactic we've seen used in the past, and he mentions the Gretchen Whitmer case as well, if you could hit on that quickly as well. I mean, I think it was a really solid piece. I've looked through those charging documents to you Keep seeing these person. One person. Two people pop up. Well, who are they? Look in the case of the oath, keepers. You know, Of course, it makes total sense to have the FBI not just infiltrating these groups but provoking them like they did in this Gretchen Whitmer alleged kidnapping, uh, plot And so you know, these oath keepers I got to say, you know, I feel sorry for them. My heart breaks in a way there. They're They're kind of sad stories through the idea that they could get together, organized a conspiracy for which they're all being charged with without some professional inside help to kind of forced them to do what they did that day, which again was non violence makes complete sense. I mean, would you put anything past Christopher Wray at this point? Absolutely not. Yeah, I I sincerely doubt that you can. Uh, you can refute the fact that he is probably the worst director we've had in modern modern history. The FBI. I mean, listen, I'm saying that even with Jim Comey I mean, he has been absolutely awful. His failure to turn up anything other than sound bites on the entire spy gate scandal. Uh, you know, as I said in my show last week, Julie, I mean, we really have to start getting ahold of some new conspiracy theories because all of our old conspiracy theories have all come

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Keuchel Crisp Thru 7, Leads White Sox Past Rays 3-0

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

Keuchel Crisp Thru 7, Leads White Sox Past Rays 3-0

"Dallas Crichel into relievers combined on a six hitter is the white section out the rays three nothing cockle went the first seven innings allowing four hits with five strikeouts and one walk improving to six and one on the season Michael was happy with the victory I'll definitely take this one I felt really good come out of the gate I knew I had my work cut out for me and then and I'm just glad we got the win and I was able to contribute more than more than the first two months Liam Hendricks finished up notching save number eighteen ostensibly the Sox got a solo home run from Adam main goal and an RBI single from Danny Mendix with the third run coming in on an error with the victory the Sox have won five of their last six while the rays saw their four game winning streak snapped David Shuster Chicago

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Rep. Devin Nunes on the Irony of Recent DOJ Invesitation Into Democrat Leaks

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | Last week

Rep. Devin Nunes on the Irony of Recent DOJ Invesitation Into Democrat Leaks

"Ironies here are really troubling. Your phone records were stolen, fleeced put out there for the media, Um, to embarrass you by Adam Schiff and others They were taken from you. Nobody made a big stink about it because your Republican congressman who's been on the side of Donald Trump and against the spy gate scandal from the start. And now we see this new quote Scandal congressman where the Trump Administration may have been looking at the actual violations of the law and leaks, and it may have been some subpoenas issued for phone records and all of a sudden it's a huge media story. Uh, any well coming to look at it. First of all, it's a It's a faux fake news narrative. To begin with. This launch is on a Friday. From the same exact reporters. The New York Times reporters who took the leaks in the first place and continue to take leak, right, so then they write a story in the most favorable life. Oh, my God, there's you know, gambling in Casablanca. As if you know, investigations don't occur when the leaks of classified information leak out. So so, Dan, you you know this. If if there is a leak that comes from anywhere within the government, the agency itself Has to call for an investigation. So we get notified all the time about investigations that are occurring, you know from you Name the three letter Agency. D o d CIA, NSA, etcetera. Get notified. Look a lot of times. It's a notification about just where it wouldn't even involve Congress. It might just involved. You know some some contractors or some military personnel. And as you know, those people get prosecuted. So that's point number one is they would have been well aware of whatever investigation was occurring. They might not have known They were the targets of the investigation, but Anyone that was read into any of the programs that leaked are a target of an investigation.

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The Inside Story: Kojic Acid

Allure: The Science of Beauty

02:00 min | Last week

The Inside Story: Kojic Acid

"With the help of the dermatologist. We're going to tell you all about how kojic acid can be used to safely and effectively. Treat hyper pigmentation on all skin tones. But first we have to address the reality that kojic acid often in high quantities and of questionable origin has been used in products that promote overall lightening of the skin. While you're no longer likely to find these types of creams on shelves in the us the truth of the matter is that another countries and unfortunate corners of the internet. They do still exist. The moral and ethical issues that surround skin lightening products are vast and complex and worn a conversation far more depth than could take place in the few minutes. We have here. We've included a link to an investigative report a lower published last fall in the shona when used and controlled quantities over the counter products or dispensed prescription form by your dermatologist coach. Acid is one of few ingredients that can help tackle hyper pigmentation however especially if you have sensitive skin. There's some risk to the reward. Like almost all brightening agents kojic acid can cause irritation. Here's dermatologist. evan reader always recommend that people test the cream on a small area of skin before committing to treating a large area particularly in the face. Also recommend applying high-strength kojic acid in combination with medications like topical steroids. They can help soothe skin in the gate. Irritation kojic acid is often compounded with other cranes for this purpose and most importantly doctor recommends only applying kojic acid to darkened areas of skin and using it only until those areas have normalized as in. They no longer stand out from your skin tone. This can take several cycles of use as many dermatologists suggest using kojic acid for one to two months then taking a break for the same amount of time to help further reduce the risk of

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Former New York Times Science Writer Calls on Dr. Fauci to Apologize

The Dan Bongino Show

01:32 min | Last week

Former New York Times Science Writer Calls on Dr. Fauci to Apologize

"So here's that former New York Times author and science writer saying Listen, Fauci just come clean, Admit we screwed up. We gave funding taxpayer money that made its way Did Wuhan lab that created a possible bio weapon and was engaged in gated function? Research? Just fess up. Americans are very forgiving people. Check this out. It's clear that the Wuhan Institute biology particularly Dr uh, mainly Shi Was doing. They report. They published an experiment in 2017, which seems to me to go way beyond the terms of the of the moratorium, however, lucents languages and I think we're going to see In the next few weeks, Uh, Dr Foster being asked Well, even if he didn't think he was supporting any gain of function Research Institute is this research published wagon to Shane a violation. Of the terms of The NIH grant to and I think at that point we may see Dr Fauci say, Well, doctor, she was doing illegitimate research. He was doing research, which I did not authorized, but was forbidden by the terms of the ground We gave her night. I don't know that's the case. I think it's possible that this is how The situation will turn out. Why do we trust these people to this is finally we have someone a former New York Times science writer coming out and stating the obvious that regardless of what Fauci said, it appears obvious based on the evidence Now that we funded this

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Why We Need Voice Technology for Children With Dr. Patricia Scanlon

VOICE Global 2021

02:54 min | Last week

Why We Need Voice Technology for Children With Dr. Patricia Scanlon

"Why do we need voice technology specifically for children while the shelf speech recognition technology tends not to work very well for kids. It's akin to what speech recognition technology was for adults ten years ago which was pretty bad and nobody was really using it at the time. And there's very good reasons for this for kids. They're physically very different right you know. We know that they're they're vocal. Tracks are thinner and shorter the vocal folds of smaller so the actual physical voice resides in the different parts of the spectrum. There speech language is different. I mean you know. Children's language developed so much in those early years from two to four to six to eight to ten you can see how their languages maturing it's become more sophisticated is beginning to follow the language rules as they get older when they reach a by ten and they start sounding a little more mature but their behaviors are so different. I mean adults tend to be quite behaved. Very well actually. It's very little. I very bill speed. How adults when you take dialect and accent. We tend to try and follow the language rules than we tend to try and realize how we should interact with voice technology to get the best possible result but kids don't kids don't follow the language rules that behaviors. They along gate. Were they words. They over pronounce words. They p- unctuous They showed the whispered they sing and their environments that they're in that they inhabit tend to be always noisy. I mean nobody is a four year old likes to go and have quite time on their own. They tend to be around the adults. They tend to be into their kids. They tend to be. Tv's in the background and adults token northward. Kids are in classrooms playgrounds from cars. When the us. I want to use voice technology. It's not in a quiet environment and we have to be really mindful of that. We also have to be mindful of the channels which children interact with technology. All different chipset from cheap old smartphones more expensive ipads to chromebooks two laptops to Cheap microphones on toys. A voice technology built for kids has to work in all those environments all those channels and be able to cope with the very ability of kids speech speech in terms of their acoustically. How they sound on on the physical differences both well as the language and the behaviors. I'm very much so we need to protect kids. Data it far beyond what we. We consider important nine space in life. Our kids are sensitive sensitive when it comes to kids. We need to respect the privacy of kids data and that's critical as well

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Liberal Tries Defending the Media on Missing Major Scandals

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | Last week

Liberal Tries Defending the Media on Missing Major Scandals

"How is it that they keep screwing stuff up? I mean, we've had these major stories. Now we don't know the lab leak story to be absolutely true. I want to be clear, but the evidence is piling up that that is the most. Right now. The most likely theory is the lab. Lee. How does the media keep getting these stories wrong? You had the hunter Biden story, which, regardless of your feelings about Joe Biden, the hunter Biden computer stories real. There's an FBI case number. I read it on the air. Uh, you know, the spy gate story. You call it a hoax? All your mom. We know the name of the actual spy. I don't care what you call him an undocumented surveillance, whatever euphemism he used It's real. We have the guy's name. He's not running from it. So we have spy gate. The Hunter's story. The Wuhan lab Lee the collusion story, which was a total hoax. How does the media keeps screwing these stories up? It's almost like once in a while, by mistake, they get something right. Well, you know, in the media descend, the lab leak was promoted by a guy who lied more than any other president in the history of this country, So if not, it's important People remember that that Gave an extra skepticism. I have said on the air, though many times that a last week is absolutely something we should be thinking about as something that may have happened with covid 19 Not necessarily maliciously could have just been so many you know, uh, left the place with it on their clothes or contracted it accidentally within the lab, and it got out. And I have a feeling that's what we're going to find out happened, But, you know, you know, I saw you did that back. You slip that trump taking there, But I'm sorry, I I can't like I gotta stop. We got to throw up. I have my penalty flag for the fox Say I do if you're watching on Fox a pen hold in. 15 yards on the field. Chris Chris the Listen number one. I'm not excusing anything. But all politicians say things that aren't true, But what I find interesting is the big stuff. I just mentioned to you. Trump was right on all of them, and you managed to call him the

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Sara Carter's Frustration on the Biggest Spying Scandal on Trump

The Dan Bongino Show

01:18 min | Last week

Sara Carter's Frustration on the Biggest Spying Scandal on Trump

"Nobody knows this deep state stuff better than nobody. Um, you have been the tip of the spear on the whole spy gate collusion hosting from the start. First off the big question. John Durham was assigned as a United States attorney to investigate this, you know, quote get to the bottom of what happened with the biggest spying scandal in American history on President Trump and candidate Trump. Are you getting anything from your sources? About where this door? Um, investigation is? Are we ever going to hear anything? It's so frustrating, Dan because, uh, doesn't even matter now, because honestly, we have four years. You me. John Solomon shot Canady. Congress, the Senate, the DOJ investigation exposed at nauseum at nauseam. The egregious and horrible behavior of the bureaucracy against the duly elected president. Criminal behavior, criminal behavior, and the buck stopped at the Department of Justice. And I know for a lot of people. Maybe they won't want to hear this. Maybe people will be upset that I say this I had a lot of dates. William Barr at one point And John Durham and I feel like both of them. Let the American people down.

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Frankie Sharp on NYC Clubs and the All-New Q

GayBarchives Podcast

01:53 min | Last week

Frankie Sharp on NYC Clubs and the All-New Q

"So welcome to the show frankie. Thanks so much. How are you happy to be here. I'm actually shocked on time. Because i was running from the venue as i always do now that i lived there every single moment of my life so here in on such. That's the hidden space. You don't talk about right. The bedroom exactly right right right. Not so hidden but joy. So you've been around the gay scene for a little while which defunct gay club had the biggest impact on you and your career path. Earn the biggest. I guess that's sort of two fold right so before i moved to new york i was big new york file so i was really obsessed with all new york. An old new york to me was the nineties and early two thousand so it was limelight. It was club kid scene than bled in suzanne. So i was really obsessed with that whole colorful. Seen as a young parakeet been In san francisco. And when i moved to new york. Finally there wasn't too many places that still had that. Essence which was a kind of multi level multicultural multi generational multi soundscape Events Other than mr black. When i moved to new york when i roommate was dj michael magnet inside was essentially his groupie for the first maybe s. Few months that. I lived here. I went to emory gate with him. I was out with him. So i suggest in the morning when i had to be at work at nine in the morning but Yeah it was. mr blogger really really changed the trajectory. What my nightlife assistance was.

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LeBron James to Change Jersey Number Back to No. 6

Nightcap with Ryan Gates

01:03 min | Last week

LeBron James to Change Jersey Number Back to No. 6

"James reportedly said to change his number from 23 to 6 next year, the number he wore during his four year run with the Miami Heat. Is this because he wants to rekindle the success of that run in Miami. Is it because He's going to don the new number in space jam, a new legacy that seems like a wild decision. I mean he's changed numbers during his career before he's worn number six before, but changing it for space jam. All right. Is this a good move? I'm going to swipe down. I hate it and look on the one hand. I always look at an athlete say where whatever number you want, But in the world of like chasing the Joneses and everybody trying to get the LeBron swag. It's keeping up with the Joneses. Probably more accurate and it's been testimony different, But, yes, you know, I think that at some point you've got to look at the cost for this for so many people that their kids are going to come in and want like my heart breaks for families. It struggled for an NBA jerseys. They're not inexpensive and I got to go out and buy all the new LeBron stuff because you don't want to get to have the old LeBron stuff because they don't want to feel dumb. Like so I just the heartbreak heartbreak for me.

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Evolving Dharma, With Vince Fakhoury Horn

Buddhist Geeks

02:06 min | 2 weeks ago

Evolving Dharma, With Vince Fakhoury Horn

"I vince thanks so much for joining me today to see again. That's a really nice opportunity to have a chance to talk. I've i've been a fan of buddhist geeks for such a long time now and It's been a real delight to connect over the years in different ways on twitter. and so on Kind of impetus so people know. Recently for this conversation was recently offered to talk to me about Transparent generosity models. You've been doing a lot of experimentation at buddhist geeks with different forms of structuring organizations nonprofit work which is something i'm fascinated with so that's what i'm really hoping to steer towards but So so we'll get plenty of time to talk about that. But i'd also like to get the bigger picture for folks of like why that work is so important to you so maybe we could start just by talking about your story and your background and kind of where you're coming from with your life and with meditation and buddhist geeks kind of. Tell me whatever you'd like to about your story and your life okay I'll i'll try to give this some nil sketch of how i got to where i am today. so i'm thirty eight now. Almost their gate in. I started doing a formal practice when i was nineteen so just about twenty years ago actually less thirteen i started and then stopped for a little while and came back with nineteen been practicing since and i was a computer engineering student at north carolina state university at the time when i started to catch the enlightenment bug and start to really kind of wonder like what's true. What's really true. And who am i and like these kind of deep existential questions which can arise. I think often for people at that age but then i think too when they arise. It's like well. I gotta get to class. I've got finished by the terms like there's all these things that we're doing and for some reason the seeking for me was so strong and so intense and so important that really overshadowed everything else that was doing

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Lorena's 'Alcance' During the HIV Outbreak

Latino USA

01:55 min | 3 weeks ago

Lorena's 'Alcance' During the HIV Outbreak

"Originally from a small town in the coastal state of mexico. Lorena arrived in the united states in may of nineteen eighty-one just a few days before her twenty first birthday less than a month later the centers for disease control and prevention announced the first recorded case of a new and lethal virus spreading in the united states which shows the lifestyle of some male homosexuals has triggered an epidemic of a rare form of cancer. This newscast from nineteen eighty-one and the media large portrayed hiv and aids. The gate illness some reporters even calling it gay cancer but even as the death toll from aids grew in the following years little was being done to provide much needed treatment. The demonstration was carefully choreographed by. Act up a two year. Old coalition of gay groups set up to fight. What they called the government's inaction and silence on aid. We have to let people know that there's an age crisis. The people are dying that we need money that we need healthcare while the aids epidemic is recognized as a catalyst for being in the lgbtq community trends immigrant. Women are often left out of the narrative in one thousand nine hundred ninety five at the peak of the epidemic noronha. hiv positive began. What she called her alcon say. You're her outreach. She was distributing condoms to trans immigrants. Sex workers in queens new york. It was a means of not only addressing the spread of sexually transmitted diseases but also a way of connecting trans immigrants to critical medical and legal services

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"gates" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

02:55 min | Last month

"gates" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"Also real different. That's a great point And you know credit to melinda gates for sort of acknowledging the privilege that frankly Gets grew grew up with some extent to write amir's at private school and he's had the ability to have access to computers and people who cultivated his interest in kind of coating from from a young age Lots of no billionaires like to make themselves seem like these totally self created men and women right And the idea of talking about privilege in the idea that you know there was some luck. As part of the part of the draw can can Almost they see compromise their their success Gates as you point out has stood out in that. She has not done that Again in relation to her husband and lots of billionaires frequently liked to talk about poverty in a way that almost pretends that they are not the winners of the same system that produces that poverty They often want to talk about all the nonprofits helping all the good. They're doing in the world. And i actually find it fairly unusual to find folks who truly reckon with that. Their own success is a symptom of that same system and melinda gates has done that the other thing i noticed in these profiles a melinda gates is that she alluded at changes to come like. She talked in one about how she looked forward to the moment. When should be able to live in a fifteen hundred square foot house of course very different from where she was living with her three kids and bill and this massive shorefront mom in seattle. And you know she also alluded to you know. I don't talk about my personal beliefs about something like abortion. But i may do that in the future. It was sort of these tantalizing tidbits of someone thinking about what their public life will look like years down the road as opposed to right now. I wonder if you noticed some of that too. I think melinda gates has has over the last few years it's been interesting mentioned reproductive issues over the last few years. Melinda gates has started to kind of build a little bit more of a profile. That's independent of the gates foundation. I think in two thousand fifteen she starts in pivotal ventures which is an organization investment company. That's focused on gender equity issues which is totally separate from the gates foundation. So you've seen some efforts over the last few years to sort of reclaim a little bit more of her personal narrative. I would say issues. She's personally interested in as opposed to things that are byproducts of her relationship with bill gates.

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"gates" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

07:56 min | Last month

"gates" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

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Insurance company and affiliates national annual average insurance savings by new customers surveyed in two thousand twenty potential savings will vary discount vary and are not available in all states and situations. Can we tell the story of bill and melinda gates a little bit like how they got together in the first place. So bill gates met through microsoft Bill founded microsoft in nineteen seventies. And by the time you know obviously was fresh out of non college dropping out and they met in they got married in nineteen seventy four and you know. They sort of began Gates obviously his his net worth starting getting bigger and bigger and by the early two thousands or so the gates foundation was beginning to spin wheels and she was the driving force especially in the early years when she was doing it. much more fulltime than than bill was when he was sort of more more involved in indebted operations at microsoft. They've never been married for twenty seven years and largely over the last the last ten years especially been focused today on running the foundation. Yeah i mean when. I dug in a little bit to how they first got together. There are all these interesting kind of quirky stories like the fact that melinda sat next to bill at a company dinner and actually turned him down the first time that he asked her out. She said it wasn't spontaneous enough and they called back two hours. Later and said is a spontaneous enough for you. Let's go out tonight. It's funny cat-and-mouse where you can see where the sparks were. Yeah i mean see any any hopeless romantic Pulling a similar move. Can you tell the philanthropic story of bill and melinda gates like how. They became the philanthropists sarah today and the steps along the way so bill. Melinda gates obviously had a lot of money You know became A tech giant and they had all these resources and over time. They grew to be something beyond just kind of big donors themselves. They grew to become public citizens in a way that outstripped just kind of their own profile as big donors themselves. The began to see it as a responsibility of the wealthy to give away their fortune. The gates family started to sell others on this idea to the created what's called the giving pledge a public commitment. They and other billionaires made to give away at least half their money to charity either in their lifetimes or in their wills it's just one example of how bill and melinda gates were able to bring their wealthy network on board with their vision. Another example is the couple's partnership with warren buffett one of the most successful investors in the world. He and bill gates call themselves. Best friends they also worked together on philanthropy so in two thousand six. Warren buffett tells the world that he is going to essentially equip the gates foundation with the bulk of his charity. I think it's technically the largest charitable pledge ever though not all the money comes at once and just to put a give a sense of how unusual this is. I mean the world of mega charity tons of fights about control. And you can only do if you do it with. Why new set mitt me report z. And there's going to be this this string attached and that strength hatch. This was so. Bill gates tells the story about warren buffett about how he taught him about friendship and and what it really means and i was thinking about it this week because buff apparently told him you'll move in the direction of people you associate with so it's important to associate with people that are better than yourself and a looked at the relationship between bill and melinda gates over the years and it struck me that in some ways it seems like that's what he did with melinda because he's said he's been pretty honest that he would not be as philanthropic without his marriage. Melinda i think lots of Wealthy billionaire men would feel similarly. I mean sadly gender is part of how billing philanthropy is practiced. Often you see lots of wealthy male. Ceos make a lot of money and they say they don't have the time to deal with it and they sort of handed off to their wife and You know. I think what was different about bill. Gates's relationship is that melinda really knew what she was doing and in those early years. You know as i mentioned bill gates was not that involved. Some linda gate was the driving force of this especially in the early years. And you know melinda gates and bill gates co-sign the annual letter every year that is sort of a A key piece of writing in the charitable sector that at the two co chairs the foundation. You know they have to agree on all these major decisions Some folks i feel like sometimes right. Melinda gates a little bit of the narrative of the foundation. But make no mistake. She was south. Wasn't is the key player. I wanna focus on melinda a little bit just because you've alluded to the fact that she really asserted herself as a full partner in the foundation work and of course like over. The course of their marriage a felt a little lake. She went through coming out process like she was pretty private at the beginning. The first time any journalists did a solo profile of her was two thousand eight which was many years into their marriage. They had three kids already. Didn't interview in fortune. And i notice something. I dug in her interviews. Which is that. She was pretty open to speaking about her privilege and her wealth. Well first of all we are incredibly privileged and lucky to have the resources. We have from microsoft. That is that full stop. we do give. She talked about like when people came to her. And bill's massive state. She saw it as her job to make them comfortable and she talked about how you know she might come to the foyer with no makeup and the dog and yoga pants and just kind of be normal for a bit to make people feel comfortable in their home and it stood out to me because knowing bill gates past you know he never seemed to see his job as making people more comfortable quite the opposite he likes to spar with people at work he was known for it and so it stood out to me as like. Oh this is a key difference between these people and you know they might complement each other too but.

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"gates" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

02:13 min | Last month

"gates" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"Slavers beat over at. Vox is rich. People sir teddy. How rich are bill and melinda gates so bill and melinda gates are worth about one hundred and forty five billion dollars depending on the day how you calculate it but that sounds like a lot. That sounds like a small country. That is a small country. I believe in the fourth wealthiest people in the world teddy found out. These very rich people were getting divorced. Because he set up his phone to ping him. Every time one of them tweets and it was funny. Because all i saw was like the link to an image which i remember thinking in that split second with someone unusual because bill and melinda gates are fairly traditional twitter's like they don't do a lot of weird stuff on twitter. Their messaging is very kind of practiced so the fact that there was a tweet with an image. And no text certainly peaked my curiosity so i clicked within your the encyclopedia brown of bill and melinda. Twitter what were the first questions you asked yourself when you read the announcement so i am making sure i was not missing the word like not somewhere you know. They're not divorcing. I think this is how a lot of us responded to the news of bill and melinda gates divorce like those to really the bill gates isn't elon. Musk or jeff bezos and then that initial shock was followed by a big question. What's going to happen with all that money tons of private people get divorced and it's none of our business but the gates foundation because of its size and the gates fortune because of its size definitely makes this a public matter. They're nonprofits around the world. That are going to be watching this closely. Their governments around the world drugmakers around the world predicts of income inequality around the world. We're going to be watching this closely. The number one question i had was. What does this mean for everybody. Who is not bill maher gates and i think the answer is quite a lot today on the show. Bill and melinda gates are splitting up. How this very private decision. Impact the rest of us. I'm mary harass. You're listening to.

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"gates" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcas?t?

The Atlas Obscura Podcas?t?

03:13 min | 3 months ago

"gates" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcas?t?

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"gates" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Big Interview

Monocle 24: The Big Interview

06:36 min | 8 months ago

"gates" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Big Interview

"Two things seem to be played for me. One is, is it possible within artistic practice to raise the flag? That something is afoot that there's a challenge among that there's a monster in the building and I tried to do that in the most poetic ways possible not to make the art dirty in a way with the things that are on the ground because I want to make poetry, and then there are other times where I used platforms like rebuild foundation and things that happen on the block in my neighborhood why use those as the kind of tactical battleground to express my political views? Fiesta Gates is work by his own characterization doesn't easily fall into a single category. Gates's born in Chicago in nineteen seventy three, and it's his home city and it's neighborhoods that have been central to his work which aims to revitalise underserved urban areas by melting design and contemporary art. In twenty ten, he launched to Rebuild Foundation, which is reimagined. What's an urban property development practice can be undo. The foundations projects, Gates says allow people to see demonstrated what could happen if black resources and black influence was used in a black space, and if that experiment was successful, he says, others would take up the charge. As. Demonstrations and the black lives matter movement look set to influence this year's presidential election in a significant way the. Work is resonant as ever. I'm Thomas Lewis and for our final episode of special series of conversations. Ahead of the US presidential election I spoke to the instigates for the big interview. Fiesta Gates a very warm welcome to you to the big interview. To begin fiesta, it seemed to me that a lot of your work, the themes that it has dealt with over the years. The many of those themes have played out in the united. States over the past few months from your vantage point when a lot of these themes are sharpened by an election campaign under unprecedented election year. Old Things unfolding from your vantage points and in the context of your work over the years. It's really clear now that we are a nation divided. And that a part of our nation seems preoccupied with the maintenance in the ongoing determined care of a power construct that works for some not all and the maintenance of that construct requires violence in the military to maintain. Land. There's another part of the country that seems despondent in without leadership in leadership capacity, and as a result I, think violence also emerges from the underbelly of culture because those who don't have are in direct connection with those who do. and. It creates a tremendous amount of tension. So it feels like militarized powered that maintains racial oppression and in social oppression, and then despondency and frustration for the masses that results in the eruption of violence in our streets. And you talk about lack of leadership in in many ways, where do those leaders come from and what they look like in your mind well, I think that the challenges been for too long. We think that one elected official or a constellation of elected officials that they can do the work alone without the ongoing responsibility that each individual has to the promotion of justice to the maintenance of equity to the creation of new opportunity is I think that in some ways While I think, leadership is important in elected officials are important. It has also made the average citizen less politically active than it should be, and so you have small clusters of extremely active people and then you have populations grown weary of the judicial and political processes in may be feel like they can't offer whole lot. It's a moment where I feel like maybe in the past more people believe that they had the capacity for leadership. Maybe, leadership had a bit more of a moral or social imperative than it does now. And I kinda wish those days will return. The characterization you laid out, there is interesting I think given that so many people are talking about the kind of energy this present in the United States at the moment, leading up to election day from the demonstrations be it from the pandemic has laid bare and that's coupled with reports that party registration numbers have been higher than ever before during certain months leading up to the election, how'd you reconcile those two things? This apparent sort of lack of leadership this energy that people that many voters appear to be feeling this time around yeah. It'd be that I definitely believe that the need for new leadership has spurred more or less on to be more politically active than maybe we've ever been that. There is a fear that the maintenance of the current political regime is not a good thing and that it could happen in. So it's been interesting to see the pop community kind of Cultural Community help to mobilize young people to do more at the same time that's happening. You're also seeing the dismantling of the postal system in the creation of this national anxiety where infrastructure that could help to ensure that people have the ability to boat that some of that infrastructure is being torn away out of the rights fear that more people will be mobilizes. So again, there's an excitement in the doing, and then there's also the undoing it seems real. So it feels like there is a kind of tension. Between Hardee's and power. And that idea of mobilization has been a key motive. Would you say a key driver? Of Your work has spanned so many different mediums of the years. We'll say that two things seem to be played for me one is, is it possible within an artistic practice.

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"gates" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

06:01 min | 10 months ago

"gates" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Syria have yes. Please when got onto cars We've gone electric. Of course he has to, of course, they can tell you is looking at me like five visit you. I WANNA go out in some Okay. Well, that's the I WANNA go. I WANNA go out and some shit because Daddy's still Eissa play in the dirt. Okay. That's what I think happened. It was just glance. I didn't catch it. You can say a lot in a glance. You really can. You can say everything one thing I have to make clear we forgot to do something and it was important that we forgot. On the documentary bills I think assistant packs a bag for him. Every time he goes anywhere. It's a humongous bag full of books. Yeah. Because he needs to read all the time looks heaviest. Hooked. So heavy. So Kristen want. Yonsin make bill a bag that says bills book bag. Is it wants to or has he hasn't done it yet. of She just wanted to put out an official invite. That's right and she she's made a few bags for other people over this quarantine. She has molly and Klay Cohen beautiful couple friends of ours. She made molly a beautifully decorated love bag with clay on a Subaru jumping over some dirt. One of her many strong suits is back making. Art In general. Yeah. Definitely and she uses pop pain and it's very cute and she like like to send bill bill's is back much to ask where not asking nearly enough in I. Guess we're asking me assistant right bill doesn't give a shit what bag it's handed to him as long as that things packed to the gills with super dense scientific spreadsheets I don't think he'll care he won't care. You won't even notice he'll get photographed shit her see store will blow. I am worried about his back like I want him to wear a backpack because I'm nervous about this one shoulder bag. So heavy on his body, but he's so mindful I. Imagine he has a whole program where he alternates shoulders to keep them equally strains her ten K. Cam. Worried. Your pretty worried. Aren't you? Very okay. So this is tough. So as we talked about on the SEAN PENN EPISODE You have had to change your profile to sixty. In you know where I'm going I do how old is he? It's look it up. What would you guess? Sixty seven he is sixty four. Okay. Okay. So I don't have to go up very much higher. It's not asking a lot because you already at sixty. Yeah. I'm happy to go to sixty five. Yeah to include bill, of course. There's a Bill Gates type out there. I want that I think we would have heard of them right? Another Bill Gates tight maybe he's just not known yet but will become known in like thirty three or I guess would be one of these other..

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"gates" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

06:01 min | 10 months ago

"gates" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Syria I have. Yes. Please when it got onto cars. We've gone electric. Of course he has to, of course, they can tell you is looking at me like five visit you. I WANNA go out in some sh Okay. Well, that's the I wanna go I WANNA go out and some shit because Daddy's still Eissa play in the dirt. Okay. That's what I think happened. It was just glance. You can say a lot in a glance you really can. You can say everything one thing I have to make clear we forgot to do something and it was important that we forgot. On the documentary bills, I think assistant packs a bag for him. Every time he goes anywhere. It's a humongous bag full of books. Yeah. Because he needs to read all the time looks heaviest. Hooked. So heavy. So Kristen Wiig. Yonsin make bill a bag that says bills book bag. Is it wants to or has he hasn't done it yet. of She just wanted to put out an official invite. That's right and she she's made a few bags for other people over this quarantine. Molly and Klay Cohen beautiful couple friends of ours. She made molly a beautifully decorated love bag with clay on a Subaru jumping over some dirt. One of her many strong suits is back making. Art In general. Yeah. Definitely and she uses pop pain and it's very cute and she like like to send bill bill's is back much to ask where not asking nearly enough in I. Guess we're asking me assistant right bill doesn't give a shit what bag it's handed to him as long as that things packed to the gills with super dense scientific spreadsheets I don't think he'll care he won't care you won't even notice he'll get photographed shit her at see store will blow. I am worried about his back like I want him to wear a backpack. Because I'm nervous about this one shoulder bag. So heavy on his body, but he's so mindful I imagine he has a whole program where he alternates shoulders to keep them equally strains her ten K. Cam. Worried your pretty worried. Aren't you? Very okay. So this is tough. So as we talked about on the Sean Penn, episode? You have had to change your profile to sixty. In you know where I'm going I do how old is he? It's look it up. What would you guess sixty seven he is sixty four. Okay. Okay. So I don't have to go up very much higher. It's not asking a lot because you already at sixty. Yeah I'm happy to go to sixty five. Yeah to include bill, of course. There's a Bill Gates type out there. I want that I think we would have heard of them right? Another Bill Gates tight. Maybe he's just not known yet but will become known in like thirty three or I guess would be one of these other..

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"gates" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

03:51 min | 10 months ago

"gates" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"No I eventually sold that for awhile I almost lost my license I slowed down a little. I love it. Now, those came out in dock that you're a fast skier you're a fast mountain biker. You've got a healthy amount of daredevil again when we get into this impossible, you know lining up variables that make you you that certainly their right I mean the risk taker part of you certainly, if you take risks and they've worked out, you're tempted to keep pushing the limit and so you know funding nuclear energy or an issue vaccines. In email the odds objectively of all of this innovation stuff. I do quite high I know that it can work, and of course, I'm lucky now. I have resources to back brilliant inventors. So yes, my optimism has been reinforced through. Good luck. Yeah. You're a little bit on closed loop of like really great outcomes. This is dangerous to say, but I've been sympathetic not the right word. Maybe I've been understanding of politicians who've gotten themselves in hot water because I go. Yeah. Their whole life they did something that everyone said couldn't be done and they discovered by and large they could do it. So when you tell them, you can't have an affair in the White House. Says who I did this other thing you can get in trouble from that close feedback loop of positive outcomes and you managed not destroy your life and it's really impressive more than I think people might give you credit for now. Success is a dangerous thing and be married to the right woman is the best anecdote for that. I won't one more thing just because I don't think anyone knows this. But when I spoke to your communications person before we got to chat with you. She said something I didn't know about your foundation which you can tell me if this is wrong after you or Melinda whoever passes last. Is Going to end twenty years after that. That's right. It's a spend down foundation because they'll be rich people in the future who will understand the problems at those times better than we do in our foundation is really good at ending childhood doubt ending HIV malaria, and so we should take all our resources and the thing that we really. Focused on including US education and do our best to achieve those instead of having you know some old friends sit on the board and feel prestigious. That this has been so fun and I just want to make myself available to you. When you get to season I, don't know what of parenthood and I do some naughty business and you want to call me and yell me I am at your disposal. All right. All right. This is fantastic. Now you really made our year. So thank you so much for your time. Thank you for everything you do. You'll continue to be in our gratitude lists. Well, thanks this is a blast job. Okay. Great. Say Care. And now my favorite part of the show the fact check with my Soul Mate Monica Pad man. William Gates. God we did it. How many days did your buzz last? Still Gallon bill going yeah. I. Have Residual Buzz for sure. But I was high as a kite for about four days. He's your hero and you've got to with him. How did that feel? He was so cute and Fanis. So q playful. Oh my gosh I hope he doesn't mind me referring to him as playful but. That is what I tell. My hairstylist let. Me Play for sure I was. Like up the playful of. Any who what a guy I mean. Of course he's going to be smart yearning know that Yadda Gorgon conclusion but then you see him, he looked so cute..

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Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

03:51 min | 10 months ago

"gates" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"No I eventually sold that for awhile I almost lost my license I slowed down a little. I. Love It. Now, those came out in dock that you're a fast skier you're a fast mountain biker. You've got a healthy amount of daredevil again when we get into this impossible, you know lining up variables that make you you that certainly their right I mean the risk taker part of you certainly, if you've taken risks and they've worked out, you're tempted to keep pushing the limit and so you know funding nuclear energy or an HIV vaccine. In email the odds objectively of all of this innovation stuff I do quite high I know that it can work, and of course, I'm lucky now. I have resources to back brilliant inventors. So yes, my optimism has been reinforced through. Good luck. Yeah. You're a little bit on closed loop of like really great outcomes. This is dangerous to say, but I've been sympathetic not the right word. Maybe I've been understanding of politicians who've gotten themselves in hot water because I go. Yeah. Their whole life they did something that everyone said couldn't be done and they discovered by and large they could do it. So when you tell them, you can't have an affair in the White House. Says who I did this other thing you can get in trouble from that close feedback loop of positive outcomes and you managed not destroy your life and it's really impressive more than I think people might give you credit for now. Success is a dangerous thing and be married to the right woman is the best anecdote for that. I won't one more thing just because I don't think anyone knows this. But when I spoke to your communications person before we got to chat with you. She said something I didn't know about your foundation which you can tell me if this is wrong after you or Melinda whoever passes last, the foundation is going to end twenty years after that. That's right. It's a spend down foundation because they'll be rich people in the future who will understand the problems at those times better than we do in our foundation is really good at ending childhood doubt ending HIV malaria, and so we should take all our resources and the thing that we really. Focused on including US education and do our best to achieve those. Instead of having you know some old friends sit on the board and feel prestigious. That this has been so fun and I just want to make myself available to you. When you get to season I don't know what of parenthood and I do some naughty business and you want to call me and yell me I am at your disposal. All right. All right. This is fantastic. Now, you really made our year. So thank you so much for your time. Thank you for everything you do. You'll continue to be in our gratitude lists. Well, thanks this is a blast job. Okay. Great. Say Care. And now my favorite part of the show the fact check with my Soul Mate Monica Pad man. William Gates. We did it. How many days did your buzz last? Still Gallon bill going yeah I have residual buzz for sure. But. I was high as a kite for about four days. He's your hero and you've got to with him. How did that feel? He was so cute and Fanis. So q playful am i. Hope he doesn't mind me referring to him as playful but. That you know that is what I tell. My hairstylist let. Me Play for sure I was. Like up the playful of. Any, who what a guy I mean of course, he's going to be smart yearning know that Yadda Gorgon conclusion. But then you see him, he looked so cute..

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Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

03:11 min | 10 months ago

"gates" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"The poor countries. We've only made factories just for ourselves and so hopefully in the next week or two will get. Four billion to by those vaccine. So that's my hot topic right now is that even though ninety nine percent of this money should go to help the US if we set aside that one percent from a humanitarian point of view strategic point of view and just southeast point of view of the disease not coming back. That one percent will be phenomenally well spent. Well, let's add national security into their which. People really underestimate how much of this stuff is preventative that causes so much more money down the road if we have to go to war with somebody but these acts of goodwill are hugely instrumental in keeping US safe aren't they and the I'm driving stability in these countries, which is a win win making sure that there's factories outside the US as well as inside the US apps the part that we're missing right now, and that can be done just by setting aside a modest amount of money. Is there any fear of that tack getting exported? Let's say that you could make it in China for ten cents on the dollar will that be a roadblock? Well, actually the factories in India not so much in China. Will be part of this global coalition because they have very high volume factories there, and so the Pharma companies are for the first time allowing something day invented to be made another companies factories and I'm very happy with that cooperation they keep saying to me well, we'll the US fund the procurement and I say, Yeah Yeah we'll take care of that but. This may be our last chance until into sometime next year because the election will get everybody distracted. So this bill, we're going to try our best to get into this this bill. Okay. My last question, and it's totally self serving is I love that the dock starts with you getting arrested for speeding. Do you still let going fast? Yes but not to the same degree I have this Porsche tight can now all you have one it can accelerate like nothing else. So it's a little tempting I. Do you like cars. Do you collect any I'm not an expert like a lot of people in my very first car was a porsche nine lobban. We in our family has. Overly Nice cars but this tight can you know as soon as I get it because I'm very big on climate change it's electric. The Tesla's fantastic car, but this one is kind of a special deal for me. Yeah they're incredible. I've only seen pictures of it, but I'm a host of top gear. So I think I'm going to get to drive it soon and I'm really looking forward to me like adding the porsche racing history racing field the handling if that gets made with what this insane acceleration of Tesla has produced a sign me up I'm in. Yeah. They do a good job on the synthetic sound effects so. It doesn't sound like a Porsche but they make a sound like the Porsche did you keep that first nine eleven because you know those things have skyrocketed in value?.

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"gates" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

03:55 min | 10 months ago

"gates" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"I got to tell you the sweetest thing. They saw me a lot. I have five to seven year old. They saw me allowed over the last two days watching stuff reading about you and they would ask what are you doing on interview my favorite person Oh, Bill Gates Way. So my seven year old watched a lot of the documentary with me and I was just leaving to come here and my seven year old came outside and she said. Daddy. Good luck interviewing bill, Gates, and I said, you know what?.

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"gates" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

03:33 min | 10 months ago

"gates" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"I got to tell you the sweetest thing. They saw me a lot I have five and seven year old. They saw me allowed over the last two days watching stuff. and. They would ask what are you doing on interview in my favorite person Oh Bill Gates way. So my seven year old watched a lot of the documentary with me and I was just leaving a come here and my seven year old came outside and she said. Daddy Good Luck Interviewing Bill Gates and I said, you know what? HONEY IF I do a bad job I come home you're still my daughter and I really that's the truth that is the truth like I could fuck this up nine ways till Sunday I could be disappointed myself and I walked through the door and I'm like Oh my God I'm that Little Girls Dad, it's all gravy. Absolutely. Give three yeah. Girl boy girl the what's the gap between the oldest and the youngest it's about three years, three years and then each. Yeah. So the youngest probably has a much different experience as your child than the oldest yet she got more time at the younger age. Of course, you're less interested because it's your third, right? Weird. It's a weird. Ratio. Oldest feels like we were way more strict with her. So she's like come on give me A. Why are you so easy on her she tries to parent her much younger sister a little bit. Anyway we're all works but. And this pandemic. It's mostly a bad thing but in terms of times with kids actually I've gotten way more than I expected and that's made it very special Leonardo Davinci's notebook. This is something that you bought at some point. Yeah. That's right is at one book or is there many? Well, he has several all of them except for this one are in European museums and don't travel. This is the only one that gets out and students around the world have a chance to engage with also you loan it, it travels nine months a year, and then it sits. In darkness the other three months. First of all, why did you want it? Well, it's kind of weird that somebody can own a Davinci I. mean he was the renaissance man he figured out things that nobody ever figured out his breadth of understanding was incredible. There's a great Walter Isaacson Book about him. Oh, I'll read that is a great writer on all the stuff. His Steve Jobs Book is probably the most popular it's just called jobs exactly. Yeah. That's one I read. Yeah. So I told Linda I'm going to buy a notebook could choose like. Notebook. Like. not this notebook so it's it's weird to own it but it it's just so brilliant is he if you had to list or rank the people that you were most enamored with as far as being intellectuals whereas he in that list well I did he pushed himself to understand things and the Broadway he did that he's up there. You know maybe twenty people who self motivated asking themselves constructive questions not giving up. That's inspirational. Do you need an Ip -S for did he write was some piece that inverted? It flipped it and did something else to it he wrote upside down and backwards but now the. Is that he did. I`Ma left hander and silence have ink on my hand and if you write like Davinci did then you'd never get inc on your hand because you're Monica Okay you're GonNa love this. So I requested for Monica. This is years ago..

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Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

05:56 min | 10 months ago

"gates" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"They're grateful for you make my gratitude list once a week I literally like I'm so grateful that that Bill Gates Chap is up there in Washington figuring out how to give us nuclear energy. So with that said. You have worked at this point for years on this project to my understanding. You know you get all of this. You put so much time into the relations and getting the permission in an years in you get a phone call this as trump is ended one second ago I assume very little knowledge of what the hell he just ended. In your reaction to me says, everything about you I least read on your face which was like, okay that's the next Erdal. Yeah. Well, we have a new strategy. We're going to build it here in the United States even in the best case, it's about a three or setback, but I've been spending time with the Department of Energy in the Congress about how we get it built. mean. Basically clean energy. There's three. Ways could get salt we cut up a miracle and storage. So you you can store all that renewable energy that may not happen. You've got vision, which is this tear power nuclear plant, and then you have a fusion which is even harder but one of those three at least one has to work or else this whole clean energy thing will be nearly impossible. So we should put tons of money behind all three to give ourselves the best chance. I have such limited knowledge on it, but I guess I had always heard that the kind of fusion model is just science fiction or is that not science fiction? Well, they always say it's it's been fifty years away for the last fifty years. So the technical difficulty of solving the problems of vision is probably the easiest of the three. It's almost just engineering and societal acceptance for the Fisher path to work the other two paths require breakthroughs. But there's lots of crazy optimistic people who are working on the storage miracle or the fusion miracle. We should get behind those people in parallel. Let's nerd out for one second. Why is the storage issue in in your estimation harder to mount? What is the hurdle there? Well, every battery ever built in the history of the world couldn't store a month the power for Tokyo, and so it's unnatural to be able to store that much energy and the physics constance about how. You improve that are very daunting. I've lost a lot of money in battery companies. And The batteries for electric cars, the amount of storage, just like fifty times less than for this grid storage. So we'll solve the electric car problem. There are people like..

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"gates" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

05:25 min | 10 months ago

"gates" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"It's crucial. I, think it's you have a naive optimism. Maybe even at times, which is such an asset to have in the moment I would say it's most detailed is for people who haven't seen it or don't understand you know I think you bravely I think you're isolated enough protected enough to be able to be one of the few people who can do this you say look wind and solar is awesome. It's great. It should be exploited as much as we can. But we are GONNA have to have a source of energy that is on demand when we want it. That's just a fact. We cannot build enough batteries to run Tokyo, right? It couldn't be done, and so what are the other options in sadly its nuclear right and then but you have the this crazy again, I think kind of Naievety to go what do people hate about it? Well, the hate nuclear waste and they hate that they meltdown. So let's build one that doesn't meltdown in that runs on previously created. Nuclear waste. It's awesome. I am so grateful to you. I'm not fluffing your pillows. We do this three blessings thing in the morning with the kids I tried to get them to list three things. They're grateful for you make my gratitude list once a week I literally like I'm so grateful that that Bill Gates Chap is up there in Washington, figuring out how to give us nuclear energy. So with that said. You have worked at this point for years on this project to my understanding. You know you get all of this. You put so much time into the relations and getting the permission in an years in you get a phone call this as trump is ended one second ago I assume very little knowledge of what the hell he just ended. In your reaction to me says everything about you. I. Least read on your face which was like, okay that's the next Erdal. Yeah. Well, we have a new strategy. We're going to build it here in the United States even in the best case, it's about a three or setback, but I've been spending time with the Department of Energy in the Congress about how we get it built mean basically clean energy there's three. Ways could get salt..

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"gates" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

05:54 min | 10 months ago

"gates" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Jobs was a genius what he did particularly when he came back to apple I mean yes. He did a brutal job founding apple. He did some interesting stuff that next but it didn't succeed. But when he comes back to Apple. All the things that have worked and not worked for him and his ability to pick people his taste and people even for skill sets that he didn't have himself in the heat write code but he he picked amazing people for manufacturing that what he did it apple during that ten year period it's truly phenomenal and there's no in hell it happens without him, I? mean. Apple is on its way to die and they actually were negotiating to buy different company than Steph's that Guy Tongue we got say ask for a little too much money. So they went to Steve as their backup plan. And Steve Walks in. And says, okay, this time I think I know what to do so that period between he goes back to apple and when he sadly dies quite young, no one else can do what he did there. Yeah. I couldn't have done that I don't want who could have. So he he belongs in the Pantheon. Even though he was at times one tough tough tough person. Yeah. Yeah. I would say he's like he's as much in the Walt Disney camp maybe on that Mount Rushmore absolutely to recognize things in a new place that there really was no model for I mean he was such a wizard. I was a minor wizard, so I couldn't. I couldn't fall under his spells, but I could see him casting the spouse I would look at people and see mass and I would say, no no. You were like second year hog warts and he was. So. Jealous. Good good. Good. Good good. I have a quick questions were out mistakes and we have a mutual friend Adam grant and he wanted me to ask with Melinda and how much of a perfectionist she is. He says that you help her all the time and realizing mistakes can be fine and how to get over them and he wanted tips on how you do that how you guys help each other in that way. Yeah I'm Super Lucky and this is the most profound partnership in my life. I had a partnership with Paul Allen to found Microsoft I have a mystique bomber to turn to an amazing company with our foundation with our kids with our marriage. I've got this. Amazing person and when she's pushing herself too hard. I'm good at. Helping her see the biggest picture. So we do that for each other. and. I can't imagine. Doing these big quests where some things go wrong or when things go better than you expect who's there to appreciate it to laugh you about it. You know it's so crazy. The way we're working on with heads of state and and big things but We'd gotten into this great pattern of helping each other out. She'll see I get to up or two down and that's a real help to me and. The same goes with her where you know she's quite quite driven as well. As what's the cute code word? So my wife, my wife monitors me right and she'll go like On. Lot of nicotine today how we doing good. So, so you know a lot of coffee today she's got like the.

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Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

03:35 min | 10 months ago

"gates" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Jobs was a genius what he did particularly when he came back to apple I, mean, yes he did a brutal job founding apple. He did some interesting stuff that next but it didn't succeed. But when he comes back to Apple. All the things that have worked and not worked for him and his ability to pick people his taste and people even for skill sets that he didn't have himself in the heat write code but he he picked amazing people for manufacturing that what he did it apple during that ten year period it's truly phenomenal and there's no in hell it happens without him. I mean apple was on its way to die and they actually were negotiating to buy different company than Steph's that Guy Tongue we say ask for a little too much money. So they went to Steve as their backup plan. And Steve Walks in. And says, okay, this time I think I know what to do so that period between he goes back to apple and when he sadly dies quite young, no one else can do what he did there. Yeah. I couldn't have done that I don't want who could have so he he belongs in the Pantheon even though he was at times one tough tough tough person. Yeah I would say he's like he's as much in the Walt Disney camp maybe on that Mount Rushmore. To recognize things in a new place that there really was no model for I. Mean he was such a wizard. Apple I was a minor wizard so I couldn't. I couldn't fall under his spells, but I could see him casting the spouse I would look at people and see mass and I would say, no no. You were like second year hog warts and he was. So. Jealous. Good. Good. Good good good I have a quick questions were out mistakes and we have a mutual friend Adam grant and he wanted me to ask with Melinda and how much of a perfectionist she is. He says that you help her all the time and realizing mistakes can be fine and how to get over them and he wanted tips on how you do that how you guys help each other in that way. Yeah I'm Super Lucky and this is the most profound partnership in my life. I had a partnership with Paul Allen to found Microsoft I have a mystique bomber to turn to an amazing company with our foundation with our kids with our marriage I've got this. Amazing person and when she's pushing herself too hard I'm good at. Helping her see the biggest picture. So we do that for each other. And I can't imagine. Doing these big quests where some things go wrong or when things go better than you expect who's there to appreciate it to laugh you about it. You know it's so crazy. The way we're working on with heads of state and and big things but. We'd gotten into this great pattern of helping each other out. She'll see I get to up or two down, and that's a real help to me and. The same goes with her where you know she's quite quite driven as well. As what's the Cute Codeword? So my wife, my wife monitors me right and she'll go like On of nicotine today we doing good. So. So you know a lot of coffee today she's got like the.

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"gates" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

04:35 min | 10 months ago

"gates" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Oh, my goodness he's already. Know as. The ordinary there but he looks identical to the Ted Talk. You must just have a Sata. It's my Avatar. We are so thrilled I haven't worn a suit in a year and a half they just want you to know I'm done it for you. Yeah. I'm sorry I don't get to see your garage. Well by the way, I want to extend this into a personal friendship. You could see my garage anytime you want. I WANNA memorialize this. Let's I'm going to quickly. Learn. We need a pitcher this. Boy Oh boy oh boy. Okay are you is uncomfortable with praise as most of our guests are in general hopefully. I can take a little bit. I. Think. I'm just GonNa lay it out in this. I've been really having and hauling on how to lay this out just as succinctly as possible we went through everyone we really said Oh, my gosh. Bill. Gates. Who would we want more than that and really there's only there's a two way tie but but you're just marginally ahead of Matt is. That's the only think person. We'd want to talk to as much as you but not even his money. Beat them ow. I hope we haven't planted the seeds of some kind of. Coral rival that's higher expectations. Okay. We watched the documentary I've watched it three times, which is tied with the amount of times. Of Red Titan have you read Titan Char what was your impression you walked away with of Rockefeller? Well, his career was during a time when business rules were pretty ruthless but then once he retires which he actually does at a pretty young age he picks amazing people around. His Foundation and so in the world of philanthropy day are the high bar what they did for schools for Culture for medical research. Fred. It's amazing that you have to always refer back to them in the early days when people would write about global health, they would just say the foundation did this and foundation did that and of course, they met the Rockefeller found nearby..

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