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Farmers Are Feeling the Pain as Drought Spreads in the Northwest
"Nicole burg's wheat is so short and sparse. She doesn't think that combine can reach it without eating. Rocks combines don't like dirt and rocks at all like it. They don't like to eat them. They'll get indigestion. Berg is a dry land wheat farmer in the sweeping horse heaven hills of southeast washington state. She puts out one head amid a sea of wheat. See how the we had his curled like that and then you break into it you might have some berries down here but this will be empty all empty. There's no week in inside the we'd head. The berg's aren't the only one suffering. The region is bone dry from near the canadian border. Clear to the edge of nevada and the drought is spreading west over the cascades. Jeff mardi is a drought expert for the washington state department of ecology. He says despite good snowpack it hasn't been this dry since the nineteen twenty s. You know the story of the your gatien haves and have nots. Meaning those folks who Get their water from rivers or storage are probably going to be fine For their your gatien needs but the dry land users and the folks that have cattle that depend on forage on the ranch lands. They may be more challenged looking ahead. Marty says the warming climate mean more rain for the north west but also much less snowpack that melts sooner. That could stress water supplies even more this spring. It's also been windy here. Further drying out the landscape like a blow dryer on the east end of the columbia river gorge cattle rancher. Gary has is having a hard time to recently. Sold seventy mother cows with calves at their sides. To another operator out of wyoming. They had many more good cavs in them and he hated to see them go but he has no grasp to keep them.
The WiFi Evangelist, Kevin Battistoni of Hunter Industries
"Kevin welcome to the show. Thank you andy. So let's get started kind of typical fashion. I love for you to share. Just how you got started in the irrigation industry. While betsy i had no choice i was kind of born into it. My family got their start in the allegation industry in the chicago. Land area back in nineteen twenty eight with a company by the name of mueller missed irrigation. Great grandfather and grandmother lived in the foothills of ohio. Close to west. Virginia Could make it on the farm so Came to chicago to work for family members in. I wanna say at that point. In time it was probably the forties Just pre world war two and mueller. Mr gatien was Where might it was. Actually i call on them to this day in in their garage that i did a training with their guys two weeks ago. It was subdivided into four parts. And that's where my family actually lived by. My grandfather was an unpaid employees from age. Thirteen to sixteen and Yeah he worked there till nineteen sixty one. Michael bob came to him. In sixty one said dave where starter o'hara gatien company in my grandfather was a licensed plumber Working year round raising four kids. Happy as can be was their number one service guy had all the north shore mansions you know. They love david day. He was the guy and he says bob. You don't even own a piece of equipment. He said that's no problem. I sold the john deere corporate headquarters. We have worked for the next nine months. So i don't know if you've ever seen the footprint of property they installed it in one hundred percent spray heads while now insult like the stories. I mean even run across the old systems. They sweat every ten foot length of copper in andy. There was no such thing as replacing ahead. You brought a file and brought a torch any fig while irrigation system. Probably cost more than now when you think about
A Holistic Approach to Data Governance Through Self Reflection at Collibra
"Your host is tobias. Macy today interviewing stay in krisztian known stan about data governance in the enterprise. How khalib applies to lessons learned from their customers to their own business so stand. Can you start by introducing yourself. Yes of course. Thanks for having me over. Stan from libra one of the co founders of the company. That's two thousand eight. We've been doing this for about thirteen years now. And i've had a variety of roles in the company. I've been responsible for sales post sales partnerships. The whole nine yards the right. Now what i'm responsible for. And what i owned data office on the lake and on friday evenings recall that drinking our own champagne only mornings because eating and do you remember how you got involved in the area of data management. Yes i do and you're probably not going to believe it. But i i study doesn't mean you need like tropical engish but a colorblind so you can imagine me putting it was just one of the courses. We got there was sequel. And we've got this thick thick book of sequel the language and database. And i was thinking to myself who needs this. What is this mind you. This is nineteen ninety eight the year. Two thousand maybe something like that. I forget who needs to be money for such a book right so i was thinking as soon as i run through the scores of something that nobody will ever need. I'm going to sell the book. So that was the only textbook that ever sold the sequel book. So obviously i wasn't been bending to go into data management necessarily when i was in school but i went to a software company after my studies. Also did somebody ice. Obviously that they may be deeply comes back and then the company stints. I ended up at the university again but as a research engineer and then we were doing research into semantic slept startup semantics up to gatien's research slept with a database professor. So i worked there for about three years and there was really sucked into deep of the artist. She well when when did they go.
Hate Speech and Violence Still Rising Against Roma Despite Recognition Gains
"More must be done to tackle hate speech and violence against minorities including the roma and sinti who've been scapegoated for spreading the covid nineteen virus a leading rights expert. Her said ahead of international romande the eighth of april un special rapporteur fernand differen- state to control the spread of inflammatory comments on social media online hate. Speech violates international human rights gatien's and can lead to violence against sinti roma and other minorities the independent experts said. His comments come fifty years since the first world congress in london it was seen as a push for unity by the minority and an attempt to build a common ethnic identity despite greater international recognition for the roma. Today mr dave rennes highlighted. A lack of progress in countering hate speech both online and in mainstream media including by unnamed public authorities who not only condoned but actively took part in such
"It comes landscape. Iceland lives up to its cliche of being a land of fire and ice rugged volcanic and arctic but in reykjavik. The materials in question are less natural and highly unusual in the city centre. A lot seems to be clad in corrugated sheet metal houses large and small simpler ornate municipal buildings mansions even churches are covered in wavy iron than painted in bright colors. The core gatien's run vertically making some jonty stripes near slander. capitals eclectic colorful streetscape. Many of the houses are charmingly. Small and have sizable south facing backyards. To catch what little son might shine in. The winter locals called houses iron clouds in. it's hard to imagine reykjavik without them.
Tyson Foods fires 7 managers over COVID-19 betting allegations
"Hasten foods has fired seven top managers at its largest pork plants in Waterloo, Iowa. That's after in independent vested Gatien into allegations that they bet on how many workers would test positive for the coronavirus. Well, you're saying managers started a pool to wager on positive cases and I'll break their infected at least 1000 employees. Six people died. Tyson Foods hired former U. S. Attorney General Eric Holder to lead the
GreatHorn CEO and Co-Founder on How Cyber Security Has Changed Through the Years
"How have you seen Cybersecurity change over the years cybersecurity as an industry. If you roll it back to when i was getting started was practitioner level application of theory. That is you had a group of people who are bush like the grey hats. We all had backgrounds recreationally exploring computer security and we became professionals up and started applying what we learned to help on the defensive side and our adversaries were essentially pierce. People were being very similar things but hadn't gone down the now. What we tend to see. Is that temperature is big business. Adversaries are most likely if you're talking about serious cybersecurity concerns state level actors. They're foreign governments and organizations. That are incredible funded colonel enterprises and the protection side shifted from this idea that we can block bad things from happening too much more sophisticated and nuanced approach to understanding risk in the same way that we might consider financial risk or business risk. Now security is one of those things and the last one. Didn't make on that if you look at a large publicly traded company and you pull down their public. Filing documents and ks cybersecurity is usually one of the things that's listed within them right so instead of being the purview of it. It's now an executive consideration that gets billing in a boardroom. Yeah i think that's definitely necessary to have take more of a naming a front seat but be part of a more serious conversation within an organization so as you've seen cyber security evolve in sort of become more professional in certain senses have there been a vents that more specifically influenced the way the world operates or caused the government intervening and industries to standardize themselves. There's there's three parts to that answer. The first is that we now are in an era of major data breaches being a foregone conclusion. Right everything about you. That has ever been recorded. Somewhere has probably been compromised. Whether it's your credit history moments you've you've lived in financial transactions e mail accounts you've had though if you go in pull down of weary again something like have i been postponed and put Address it's stunning. How much information about. All of us is private citizens. Corporate entities is for sale and has been taken at some point so that changes the landscape in nature of attack threat. We see when organization is now attacked. You know what we used to think was that you could create a perimeter around the company and that was a firewall or something like it and the bad guys were out. There and organizations could consider themselves from an internal perspective to be safe and they just had to keep the bad guys from getting in. But that's not how it works anymore. And so there's been a real change from not exclusively but on moss a real change from highly technical attacks that leveraged code execution is. Choose right what i was doing. Twenty years ago can hack into a piece of technology to a much more. Social engineering focused landscape. Can i get someone to just give me access. Can i compromise someone through social engineering and deception. And i think what we've done from governmental perspective is start to establish some around what gatien's organizations have to protect the personal data of the people who they both employed but also that they own and us from a consumer perspective. You're especially seeing this right now. In the united states with things like the cpa the the california consumer privacy act or of course in in europe the gdp the general data protection regulations. This idea that that that personal data is an asset that has value in if your organization handles it with negligent security standards. You are on the hook for whatever matt costs and and the teeth. These regulations carry were bare their sharp and they can bite into profits and have enormous fines. So that's a real shift right like at one point in time cybersecurity as a market was about securing machines in securing technology. Now it's much more about protecting the private data of individuals in the attacks that we see our most likely going to be social engineering if not in their entirety that at the early stages if i can set efficient algorithm to give me access as an attacker. That's what i'm gonna do. Because it's easier than hacking into their their technical stack
Sam Canders Discusses The Maine Center for Classic Aviation
"You know sam looking at your website. The thing that strikes me is immediately the picture. that's that's up there of a classic airplane and And the fact that there's a lot of smiles that are throughout that. I love a love that you've actually put out there something historic but also something that that you know really grabs our attention us that are really passionate about aviation So first of all tell us a little bit about what the main center for. Classic is for classic. Gatien was kind of an idea that my brothers night created but that idea came much later we've started with just an airfield we've owned this aggress script for about nine years. Now be ten years this coming summer and it just came as an idea. Three brothers that are into flying that Just wanted to have their own airstrip and it was a kind of a dilapidated oil field that had Started in the fifties a man returned from basically world war two wanted to be a pilot never was and then when he came home he got a job. Bought some farmland started learning how to fly and he created an airport and it was Like i said in a state of decay when we picked it up in over the last nine years we've started to build it up and as part of that we created the main center for classic aviation eight by the way for people that are listening right now as identifier. They might wanna look up while they're sitting there on iphones. Absolutely it's a m. e. sixty two sixty two and of course a lot of us will go to aaron. Have the find that. Oh of links the show notes everything we talk about here so taking over this airfield it was somebody's dream and And you're just actually fulfilling that dream but going even further. Which i think is really cool. So that was this idea of of restoring. This airfield actually actually spawned something else. It's something that has become. I guess your full time job in a way. It feels like a fulltime job. Spend most of my time on a lawnmower. It seems like but no. It's just a anyone that's gotten into aviation generally asian. It's tough now like you can't just go to an airport in touch an airplane Security measures that are in place. And that's what we like about. The classic grass strip is approachable and We have a place that's literally in aviation. It's too playground for us. And we love sharing it with other people and that's kind of the direction we kept going is. How do we keep making this more accessible to others. And we thought about getting other airplanes airplane projects that would get people together and give people an opportunity that think they can't get into it. Get them in an airplane. Let them see an airplane. Let them here and One of the highlights every year. That we do is a fly in the last saturday september. Where people that are not pilots. Just come and sit in. They just watch these airplanes and they have a wonderful time doing it so we must have missed that one this year but next year. We'll try to make it out there for that. Hopefully that was a success I noticed a lot of smiling faces of some youth out there. This is part. There's a couple of different prongs to this main center For classic aviation a big part is educating youth and outreach to youth what is it that you do for the younger folks that are out there at the airport. We'd like to think that the biggest thing that we do is we provide them the environment. We provide them with a place that they can actually go and be a part of this We do have some done some school outreach programs where i've actually gone into schools to talk about aviation taking components like a wing rib or something. Just talk about aviation but we have a a build program that we're actually building a pete in polar pamper that we've advertised that we've had kids come in and actually work with wood to build pieces of an airplane We recently picked up a taylor crap. Bc twelve the is going to be a cooperative effort with the local mechanic in town. A curtiss aviation. They're going to help us with that. As far as giving us a place for that aircraft live at another airport in providing some maintenance oversight to people to work and restore attila. crafty wealthy. When you do these outreach to the schools. I know it's great to bring people into the airport but we really do need to go out and grab people because like you said you know. The days are just running over to the airport and hanging on the fence or walking out. The field are almost over. But i think that really to me. My favorite thing is the fact that you can do that where you are absolutely and you can see when we have our our in these people that some. I've never seen a lot of these people in my life. I have no idea. They'll come up and thanked me and say you know. Thank you for allowing us to do this. Like we never thought something like this was possible. And i'll just ask them like how they found out about it and it's like a friend of a friend or something but you never know who's going to be there. What what kid you're going to reach out to or even adult or parent. That can just show them that you can do this. You can be involved in this and it could be a life changer for for a child. Obviously it can mean a life changing event you know maybe getting into flying As a career as a hobby also increases. There are many different things that they can use another parts of life. Let's not just flying. I mean it's a hands on approach. If you have a young student say that wants to become a mechanic Never thought they could do that. They can never work on airplanes. I you're you're really inspiring some of those
"gatien" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
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Embraers CEO on the Breakup With Boeing and Going It Alone
"In April of twenty, one, thousand, nine, hundred Embraer selected veteran automotive industry CEO Francisco Gomez NATO as its new leader, and if ever there was a baptism by fire, he has gone through it in two, thousand and twenty. First, the COVID nineteen crisis hit crippling air travel and decimating demand for new airplanes then Boeing. Pulled out a four point two billion dollar deal to acquire an eighty percent stake. Embraer's commercial operations after emperor had shut down its operations for forty days and torn the company apart for car route. So where does ember air go from here and how can it recover here to? Answer those questions as Mr Gomez. NATO in his first conversation with the trade media since taking the helm at. Embraer. Also, joining us from Frankfurt to ask questions with me is yen's photo aviation weeks executive editor for commercial aviation welcome. Francisco. Let's start with the obvious question. Why did the deal with Boeing collapse and what are you doing to put Embraer's commercial operations back together? First of all, he says measure to be here with you. Thanks for for the Vision for this guests. Well I mean. We need that. Boynton has wrongfully naked. Reasons for the whose possession be. As, you said before point two billion. Dollar purchase bronze. Of Visualization. Progressing up is fast all initial TV areas in the service there is our. bigly. Read the great in we. Him also updated our band recall Roy. Sweep one twenty five mile e Cudi Commissioning Gatien in thinking The covy nine. So how do you plan to return the company to profitability and and wh what initiatives are most promising? Okay so he s an old this year. We really with a big issue the I wa. Dropping no revenues of the back of the V ninety. So event, not Anita the nature of the point lead this machine was more challenging because. With this, wrong in revenues combine costs. And higher the more. Because all day costs League Office. So this year what we are. We are we demanded A. Crisis Committee, and defining fighting for your. help us open the. Office will be the communication blow so. I will. Soon. As fight for artists, one is to protect. The health people because of all, these Colby get along people working at Home Office, the one who brought pants. All measures we Brought back to their health. Sat, on the second yard. This project allegations. Falls or on. Our. Our expertise always, you reduce our investments on only boom, our the siebel payables. The everything we coons who protect. Our cash. Who Wins? The vast in four four son loans to help us with a Number, three. was. recaptured. Seniors. Said before I mean we we had to recover. These is we had because of the off process. process. BROISSIA's. We. Promoted a rightsizing the organization because of the. Back, but also because of the effects of the Kobe. Needed his response, your guys edition, only a reduced cost, the new dynamic for the Popham who prepared again Asian. Our other strategic planning, one, twenty, five, the four priority is tool and. Die Of. This To Have A. More efficient immoral Gile Open. I. Is was. Is Now who view the basis for our future road then. We Very. Very. Robust. Recalling. One twenty five. That's a note we want that will already enjoy. Eating very A. CENTURY OUR FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE From. Linked to on. Any. Were democracy to. We expect. Enjoy rules any Mel Revenue Spike essentially, our financial. For.
"Were so good [at conversation] that we don't think about how complex it is." Phillip Hunter Formerly of the Amazon Alexa UX Team and Founder of CCAI - Voicebot Podcast Ep 174 - burst 14
"Conversation is a system it's multi-layered it's multicomponent. Very, adaptable to too many different situations and we're all really really good at it. Were so good that we don't think about how complex it is but. What would we tend to do? We see sort of this outward? View of it, and then we think that that's the thing. But really there's a thing there's a system behind the thing that we should really be trying to build. that that enables what would enable want in and able so much more so like. You know once we unlock. The Gatien or loosely bounded context. We actually, we actually make so many more things available to developers. Then if we just have preference setting, which is one one aspect of context but it it just focusing on the introduces some real limitations. Right. Well, it's interesting you sharing your thought to. A couple of people commented. Well Tobias Goebel. For example, said more research isn't the answer because I think that would be one of the things we had no last from facebook and impede an from cognitive. They were talking about this idea that it's actually pretty hard to do these multi terms and to achieve what you're talking about, and then you've got to buy a saying Yes. Okay. Fine and he's done this for. Decades himself, but we don't need more research. We actually know how to do this. We just need to do the work right and yes and I say. Me You know pick apart. A couple of things one is depends on who's doing the research what research Is Doing I think a lot of people in the tech industry who need to do who need to do with literature review type research of what's known about human conversation and human interaction. There's. Immense. Amount of richness there and people who have done. Amazing. primary research. So we don't need to do primary research we need to do we need to learn from that research, which is a form of research in of itself. the second thing is. We've had so many different tools in so many different platforms for the early days of speech recognition before we got to. Syria lexcen Amazon a serious google assistant in in so. There's a lot of folks who. who say it's hard because they look at it and they think it would be hard for them. I know all the people you talk but the. Pointing them specifically it's just it's. It's the difference between it's a hard problem versus it's hard for me to do it. So if you want me to play a piano concerto. I'm going to say that's really hard for me to do because I can't even really do chopsticks. Keyboard means I know how the piano works, but I am not going to play a concerto for you. However playing concerto the ability provide giving someone the ability to play a concerto who can do it is is a solved problem. This sheets music. There's a piano someone has the training boom they can play it. So it's not. It's not the thing it's hard in in many of these cases. Is that people who haven't done it look at it and perceive that it's hard and so. Is it something you talk people who have done it. Lash in Peter People. have been down this road before in one form or another well I. If you I don't know when you last looked at it, but I responded to lash and said, yes, you know he he shared a paper from Microsoft's co-authored and I looked at it and I. Yes. If if you're limiting yourself to to the approach that we should be able to recognize. Everything that's involved in a conversational interaction by analyzing the text then yes, it's really hard. Why? Because that's A. Sliver I shouldn't say a sliver it's a piece of the data. It's one. Yeah well, we need conversational data so we have text level. Any. There's some faults there too. 'cause we ignore word order most of the time and stuff like that but but we need. We also need to like where there weren't words or where there were things that are just there conversational aids like arms and earns and well drying dragged out words or pregnant pauses things like that like that's all data to and it's really really important because we're getting those are signals for for different things you know on our in our our floor holders like don't don't interrupt me yet I'm thinking about what I'm going to say next but I'm making a noise so that you know that I'm doing it. And it's and that's being applied today not just some of the systems we talked about. But
Verizon Wireless CEO on what iPhone 12 getting 5G means for the industry
"With me to help interview Ronin is my colleague you'll have Blumenthal Roger. Ronin thanks for joining US pleasure so You've been working for a while now it's the industry has been working on for a while it's been live for almost two years at this point. But how big of a deal is it that apple is finally getting into the five day game. So Roy, if I may just take people back is you know great debt technologies when they arrive needs to be deployed within an ecosystem and we started like three plus years ago and we have the technology for more. We brought best in class partners together and said, look within this five G. is going to be huge we want to accelerate. The development of the standards, the development of the of the equipment. So we kind of put our money where out was early on, and since then we've been in the vanguard and really the announcements today are a combination of that two to three year cycle where we've worked with chipset manufacturers, we've worked with network equipment vendors and we've worked with all of the premium device manufacturers in the world, and we brought together a very clear understanding the potential of both five G. and particularly five G. A. millimeter waves, and that has resulted in this year long now after the announcements from Apple Twenty five, five G. devices coming to. The US, all of which you're supporting at millimeter wave and really reflecting I believe an accelerated adoption curve that can only get faster. Now that apple in Iowa have joined the party now you spent a year and a half touting the insane speeds that you get with that millimeter way side p speeds but realistically for Law Folks Buying, an iphone twelve of their likely will be accessing the Logan five through the nationwide work announced today. I'm just curious how you are either educating or bracing consumers. On, what could be a disappointing first impression of five G. because it's not quite those millimeter way speeds low band is at this point, you know an incremental upgrade over our faster four g networks. So I'd break it into two parts, the devices that are coming to market today in the recent past from other device manufacturers have chipsets in them, which are optimized to use the existing technologies for Jim Five G. Even better to deliver better experiences better battery life better capabilities on the devices. So there's An proposition for any. Who is considering upgrading? The second thing is in today was a perfect demonstration of it. The pace of software innovation around networks is faster than it's ever been. We announced today that because of the availability of ATC on the down Lincoln to see on the up link with Camera Gatien that we've essentially doubled the spades in millimeter wave, but it's not about speed. Speed in our business is a proxy for capacity and capability, and so think about it is is it that somebody needs four gigs or is it that a thousand people in a stadium or all streaming four? K At exactly the same time? That's the question that you have to answer, and so the opportunity for customers to enjoy both fabulous ultra why bound experiences but also because of our commitment to ultra wideband in those densely populated areas in the high traffic areas, actually the flow to the ultra wideband network is also freeing up the very best of the best in class for Jail T. network we have a now five gene nationwide covering over two hundred million. Of the US population so it is a win win it gets better for everybody. Okay. So talking about that you know win win and getting people onto five G. Phones, that's obviously a big opportunity for getting people to switch and get onto the new networks with your approach with dss, is there an added incentive for you guys to get people to upgrade so that you can restart reallocating spectrum from four G. L. T. to five G. when in fact, it's almost the the country while we're absolutely excited about telling the five story to our customers. The use of DSS means that we don't have to artificially partition between one part of our spectral bands and another to create individual lanes for individual technologies we allow seamless access across the network. Occasioned by the management of that network in a way that says if there's more need for four G. than we have it, if there's more need for five G. Than we have, that's a distinct alternative to somebody saying I have a dedicated line for five G. and if it's empty, it stays there unused. So we it's highly efficient in the way we use it, and therefore we think gives the best experienced about I wasn't willing to compromise my for gop experience of which might customers came for. In in a rush to the experience, what I've committed to is building the best four g LTE network and then on top of the best five G. Nationwide and the new five jailed for wideband. Network and that's part of Verizon's consistent commitment to delivering quality experience choice. That's our value proposition
California bans sale of gas-powered cars by 2035
"Gavin Newsom's latest executive order bans the sale of all gas powered vehicles in California by the year. 2035. K. P. K is my Blunt has an in depth report on what this means for the car manufacturers and dealerships throughout the state. Standing in front of a row of all electric cars. Newsome signed the executive order earlier today after making a case that California must lead on the issue of climate change to protecting environment for future generations were experiencing unprecedented. Weather. August, the hottest recorded a month in California history, one of the hottest recorded temperatures in the history of our planet. Newsom says. The effects of climate change have been disastrous for California, pointing to the record wildfires and heat waves the status face this year, nearly half of all electric vehicle sales in the United States or in California. Cynthia Williams, Global director of sustainability, Hamal, a Gatien and compliance at Ford Motor Company says Ford is the only major car manufacturer to stand with California on its climate goals.
"gatien" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Gatien into Princeton University after President Deems racism embedded in the school. You guys confessed you came out like the Maoists that you are and confess that you're racist. If the federal government didn't investigate, they'd be guilty. Harris Faulkner did apologize, but I'm not going to be able to get to that for the George Soros. We are one nation under God, indivisible together. W L F M. WOODBRIDGE, Washington. Now more than ever depend on 105.9 FM W M A L A cumulus stations. Used to noon. I'm Maria Leave you may soon after wait longer for a metro train as service cuts are being considered as the agency runs out of federal money to keep it. Running wait times between trains would be 12 minutes weekdays and 15 weekends if proposed cuts are approved by Metro's board in November, board member Matt Maternal, so I think that will still provide a great deal of transit for this region. Remember, Michael Goldman is concerned about a proposal to restore red Nine term backs a crooner Strathmore in silver Spring weekdays, he thinks will be public Opposition. I'm confident that opposition will play a critical role in the board's final.
The price of rare plants
"Right. Now it's time to talk about rare plants and when this turned into a ranch, I wanted to be a reasoned argument but I hope that this will give you pause for thought about what's happening in the house blunt world right now, I guess I got really alarmed about plant prices. When applaud the I've been lusting after suddenly went up in price. As many of you know through the podcast I've been looking for a piece of Panteli sensation, a cultivar of tons of area. Correctly Justina As been moved to the dressier genus, the snake plant, I've been looking for. Peace or a plant of this particular offer longtime. Now, for some reason, while they're common in the US, they just aren't that common here in the UK and I haven't found a shop selling them I think couple of people found a plot shop in Poland selling them, but I still do not have one of these plants. So I. Put an Ebay search save out there. So that anytime anyone put one of these plants on Ebay. I. Would know a few months ago the last cutting that I had been watching the last pup that I've been watching when I think he has for about twenty five pounds and I missed out on time because I thought that's a bit expensive. Anyway another pop came up from the same seller I think very recently about two or three weeks ago. I was Kinda getting excited because the price was still quite low are and all watching the countdown and the price was still about ten pounds and I thought. The chance here? How much did it go for? It went for it went for about eighty seven pounds. For a tiny stick of a snake blunt. Thanks to the listeners by the way who offered to send me a piece of their bench Elson session from the US very kind of you. But I don't think it's a good idea given plant health and spread of diseases to be importing individual plants from the US plus. Don't think it's worth it for the air. BYLES. Of course, there are other house plants that are going for much much more. The headline in The New York Post recently was some sucker in New Zealand just spent five thousand dollars on a house plant. There was a variegated rafic for a test drive perma with variation, the basically split relief in half between the regular caller and sort of golden yellow. and. That plot went for eight thousand, one hundred fifty New Zealand dollars on the site trade me nuts about five thousand. Dollars in other words, a lot of money and there is a track record for plants on this trade me site going for a lot. There was a Hoya I think it was a Hoya compactor with the reverse fair Gatien the way for six and a half thousand New Zealand dollars. A before POPs a couple of months before I'm, and of course, we all know about the variegated monster at unsown. With those little holy leaves marked with cream the have also gone for some really interested. High prices recently, this has been building for a while. Now, this trend towards rare or Unicorn House Plaza cost a lot of money but I think that lockdown has exacerbated this desire for plants as lots of people who want to. Live and up their Home Office of got into the House plant thing during lockdown adjust desperate for these very, very rare loans. And I think we've really got to take the long view about this in that planck. Crazies are really nothing you. My first thought is back to the fern craze in the mid eighteen hundreds I wasn't there I'm not quite that old over my children would probably beg to differ. So in the mid eighteen hundreds around the world. There was a firm fever that really took of people and lots of women in particular were going out and bought an ising and looking for funds in the wild and buying. Funds from nursery such as the famous and now defunct lodges of London with the huge glasshouses, and these were really desirable things to own back. Then the talent teradata mania was coined by Sir Charles Kingsley and he wrote your daughter's perhaps I've been seized with the prevailing Tareyton mania and are collecting bind funds with wards cases where into keep them for it's you have to pay and wrangling over unpronounceable names of species which seemed to be different in each new book that they buy till the territory mania seems to you somewhat of a ball. So that might be familiar. Scenario of of wrangling over the names and buying the special equipment, the wards cases, which is just the original server terrariums plots in. So that is an illustration of the fact, this is not a new a new thing. Plunk raises a bit around forever I mean even Coleus those cheapest chips plants that you can buy very very easily are certainly not subject to a premium. These days were at one point something, very new, exciting and expensive. If you check out Dr Catherine, Horwitz Book Potted Histories, you'll find out that a dozen new coleus hybrids sold at auction by the RHS's one, hundred, sixty, eight when for three, hundred, ninety pounds. How much three hundred ninety pounds is worth today about thirty thousand pounds so As I say it's not new and equally even further back in history chilly fever and sixteen thirties same time citrus trees also massive status symbol mainly because you needed an orangerie to keep them in. So. Wild prices for applauds are nothing new
"gatien" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed
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Connecting to a Building Automation System using the BACnet Protocol
"Todd Hey man welcome to the sprinkler nerds show. Glad to have you today. Thank you good to be here. Yeah absolutely man that it's been little while. been wanting to have you on because you and I always have fun kind of bullshitting on the back into baseline about different types of technology and we have the I should say I have the luxury of spending time with you as relates to building automation and controls integration some looking forward to this conversation today, and before we jump into all that I kind of wanted to. Set the stage with with you and maybe learn a little bit about your background and how you found your way into the irrigation industry. Right. Well. I guess I. We had year Gatien on the farm growing up. So I learned a lot about moving hand line and all the other stuff that goes along with. with with dealing with irradiation there and then With the university and got eggington airing degree. So continued on with You know the agricultural aspect of my education and ended up connecting with baseline as director of sales was our neighbor. For Awhile. And so after he moved in and we've got no, we started talk more about. What the what we all did for a living and talk about baseline and near Gatien fees. We ended up for. That of building a bit of a working relationship there and I got involved with a company through him. So okay. So before coming to baseline. full-time you're working in the AG engineering side of things. Well, I was doing engineering. I ended up when I graduated it was The job market wasn't very strong and so the offer I got was from utility. Company. So I ended up going to work for a power company doing. More electrical engineering automation engineering. Down And So I did that for quite a while and then Iman partner baseline initially and. Work in. Technology application really is I think are the best lady despite my role whether it's internally within the company Director of Right. So when you're doing work for the power company see this is good I didn't even know some of this. This is awesome. engineering can mean all kinds of things mechanical and electrical and. What exactly where you're doing for the electrical company. Well. I was doing project work primarily, and so we were building new plants in the beginning and then my focus was on the automation side. So we started doing large control system upgrades and replacements. So the last big project had at our company was control system replacement that one of their big woods, the coal fired plant at that time and about twenty five, hundred megawatt plant, and or different independent systems that we integrated into one big system. You know very, very large scale stuff It was good job with a good project lots of different things to do and coordination and I kind of oversaw the implementation of the role that I had. We did the design. Do. We went out for bids and pick vander in then provided vendor support in the vendor we picked with actually inbox borough mass I got spent some time back there. s sounds wicked. Good. It was interesting. It was it was it was a big challenge and there were a lot of personnel changes that went the place during the project is the company that made the equipment got sold as partway through the job, and so all kinds of logistical things to consider. But that the end of the day the plant came online on schedule and stayed running. So that would really measure. It sounds much more complicated than twenty, four volt soul noise on and off. Well there was we used forty eight volts so. But. It's all about coordination and all about programming and testing and making sure that when. Excuse that when you tell something to do something doesn't doesn't at the right time in the right. Way and. Like what we're doing now with the irradiation stuff, it's just instead of controlling boilers and turbines and things like that. It's. It's more. Cool. So let's see before we get into the again the topic of conversation what exactly is your role at baseline? What do you do on a day-to-day basis? Well, you know I do all kinds of different things I think the best kind of the best way to capture technology application. So I do it it infrastructure support for both internally baseline and I knew that for customers as well. program application. So we have a bunch of different programs US within the company to manage our systems and our business processes and accounting and all that sort of stuff. So I support those systems and. Customer side you know we have our our our standalone servers and back net manager and so again, application it's about. What's the customer looking to Do what the? Solutions Are they looking to. And then how do we do that and so technically within baseline I'm under the IT. Umbrella. But I do I and support. Little little bit engineering once in a while software type stuff and then But a lot of my work is customer facing. Stuff that's you know that's where the Value Amis where I can generate. The most value is when you're helping customers solve their issues no optimize the use of their resources and integrate their systems so that they can they can basically manage their sites or their organizations however ABROA- their management those in a way that they're. Else, them basically all these operational things going to go into the background.
"gatien" Discussed on Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books
"My writing day is usually about four am to eight. Am I get up Super Early Stumble to my office he either here at home or usually work end and I write for a few hours before after do my day job I I worked for three four hours a day on fresh new text. And and I find do the fresh writing from scratch best in the morning. And then I tend to leave editing for later in the day or at night. because I find that can do that later in the day. so that that's kind of how it works out I I tend to get about halfway through a book keeping track of all my mistakes on all the things all need to change. And about halfway two thirds I always find that I'm fed up with all the all the things that have changed and all the mistakes I've made. and. So I kind go back to the start. and. I kind of revised from there back to where I left off and then I just blaze through and I finished the book. And that sort of the first draft. And then you know of course, I, do you know a couple of hard rights on typically before I turned it in but you know I've been on a book a year pace, and so you know it's probably Three three months of maybe researching and outlining and things like that and then you know a couple of months of of hard writing before I turn it in, and then we do the rounds of edits mullet stuff. Be Very people like you know the very demanding jobs in a litigator he still finding the time to write when you can get up before the morning says of the Gatien. Yeah. It's a people have described it as therapy and as. You know I know a lot of people who get up that early and worked out or or do yoga or meditate and and writing sort of that outlet for me it. Really it keeps me centered keeps me calm. I really I just really love the process. You know they're I think every author at a certain point before they get published has the. Has To face the idea that may be this never going anywhere and am I going to keep doing.
"gatien" Discussed on The Indigo Podcast
"Thanks to linked in in my other activities and euro kinds of questions everyday and I tell you I the sunshine test all the time you're asking me, Hey, what should I do in this situation and my first question is to you well, when you think about the array of options if you were to imagine this one right here and going to do that thing if everyone you know at work was to be aware of that how would you feel about that? Okay, good good for. You now consider that same option if your family especially, your mom wish to know that you were going to go with that choice in this situation how would they feel? Okay. Now, if your choice ain't choice was in the newspaper for the community to read or online for the world to see how would you feel that's the sunshine testers, many versions of it. So I like simple impractical because to your point bringing it up it matters what we know is that in systems of people, we sometimes will push to a secondary burner thoughts of ethics, morals, values, and related notions and. It's easy to do that. It's so easy. I'll give you an example on a bet you to give me a ton from your experiences. I'd boss this is a big consulting firm years ago came to me wanted to see my timesheets filling it out with expenses. Simple thing we did for many years I know some people still do and he said to me, you don't have to do that. You don't have to do this and he proceeded to show me quietly hushed tones how to pat basically my expense report because I was recording some things that were that were small A. Line say I took a cab as opposed to the subway or others. Simple lies tiny little office Gatien's then I could put extra dollars in my pocket. Doing something. Cool. Showing me how to game the system this way that is one example there are millions, and if people feel them see them are subject to them overtime it makes them feel.
The Iroquois Nationals Team | The History of Lacrosse
"Hello welcome to Iroquois history and legends. Today we're GONNA be talking about the history of Lacrosse and current status of the Iroquois national team. Today. We don't have just one guest we have multiple group. I'm just going to let them introduce themselves one by one if you gentlemen could just give me a brief background on who you are just a little synopsis on how you're associated with the Iroquois national team. REX LINES MONOLOGUE NATION I've been a Lacrosse player has this as long as I can remember as I could walk at sticking my hand going up on Doug a nation it's been. A big part of my my life, my lifestyle the and I was on the First Leroy national team in eighty three and. Been in three tournaments and. The program at percents. I'm Leon Nolan multiple on Gatien. My mother's Aquasonichowie Mohawks enroll visit. Mohawk will clan. Lamb. I've been involved with your co-nationals across in about early two thousands and then k back. But you're a half ago and serve as the executive, director and board member. and. Tissue late at SMU and while the across like wreck, all my life and Real honor to be a part of the organization again to help with the many challenges facing us. So, we're very pleased to have this opportunity to give him a good historical perspective in a future perspective on warmer. Had IT. For us. And David Brian from the Seneca nation and the wolf clan I grew up playing cross started off with a new toll across went off to college played at Cornell University on a couple of national championship teams. I was also on the I Iroquois national team. And I've been a lifelong participant with your coin nationals as either as a player. Executive, director or board member and I'm still in like brexit it's kind of A. Lifelong journey to have our people be represented in Lacrosse whether it's at the college level professional level or international level. I'm Randy Scott some from six nations on -Tario A maternal clan. Mohawk like these guys are saying, I've started across when. You know I gotta stick when I was born. I've been playing ever since it's a big part of my life I played professional across for. The Georgia. Swarm. the Boston cannons and at the world stage with Uruguay nationals I've been playing with Uruguay national since. Two Thousand Eight Also. Went to Syracuse University got my degree there and. You know. Like these guys are saying, Lacrosse, has been a big part of my life in it's It's awesome. Thank you very much gentlemen. That's a lot of talent and a lot of experience for me growing up in Western. New York every. Year, has a Lacrosse program. Every College in university has lacrosse program, but there might be some people in the country that really might not know what it is or what the history of it is. So which one of you mind giving me a a synopsis of Old, this game is where it came from what the basic just of the rules are by I'll take that question. Well, it's part of our creation story so. know your guess is good as ours. You know it came from the spire creation story came from the Sky World. So in in our cosmology re talk about. Across in all being played in creators land. And before it came down to Turtle Island here. So it's as old as we are as Randy said, you know your mail you're one of three things you're born. You're you're a a speaker which measure speaker of ceremonies language or a singer, the singer of the ceremony or your across Blair. That's how significant across is to our culture. And you always have the exception to the rule where somebody's all And we have real lot of examples of that but let's how important it is to are. inherently. It's part of four yards culture. It's site in part of that responsibility to share the scheme. With others which we've been very successful at. Now, I believe sixty six countries have. Lacrosse organizations within her order states. Within our borders and it's been really I. Think we've done a great job of showing the green game with the many many around the world and or looking forward to continuing that and. One of the. Mainstays who are Bruh given this responsibility directly by the. Sedition confederacy in one, thousand, nine, hundred, three. And we were given that responsibility to golden compete internationally represent the initially in that regard play fair play hard and spread this game around the world.
Fighting COVID-19 From the Frontlines of NYC's Immigrant Neighborhoods
"You know? He's being Donna. Ready we are the most people who die now. The the picture is different now but this sunny taty crash. We're going you gotta crises but did you. Let's talk for the beginning soon by a team. We've talked testing people with eating. My ourself and quiz area would find seventy percent of the people were positive which has been alarming. Sensing happened two days after when we went to the Bronx Sixty five to seventy percent positive. And they have to come back. Those buildings apartments small crowded woody international and resources. What we've seen today but dot day so many people seek now. We got different faces knowing that through so much pain now leaving now in the position that people had no money to like food doing pro. Two thousand meals a day in different areas to seeking the congestion with Were sent to teaching Our company nightstalkers because we know now fifty percent our people how the only there are less in their pocket derived. That's gone long ago now. We're GONNA do help we all today now. Jobs people lost fifty percent does agents. Yano joins US your job to Gatien. You're gone plus you act to other people without insurance and without papers circumstance. Afraid they had a lot of the with speeding difficult to find their family member. Who die because freight something could happen today. Where was the disconnect in terms of the testing? Why did the did the city miss? I mean how when you say a month ago you were. Testing would not be expecting this given the conditions. And giving the fact that if you were in a multigenerational house if you were an essential worker if you might have more health conditions of pre existing conditions it just seems that everything that was aimed at. Latino community was happening with this so where was the disconnect they nick was already disconnection that we have to stop paying attention on the socially health or their people live in crowded buildings with Russia. You Sam by the person was sick to the building worse than that those you know within minority note and then nobody was prepared for these. Because who has bundy we said life. Nobody deporting arouse went after we know because we knew people were were crying for giving us good. We bets. You May and building anywhere with Alone Hotel Room because we knew we were sending by millions invisible killer buyers. Plus building knows why this happened. So what did you do besides testing? What what did people you. What we're we're some of the people who are getting tested where we're told me some of the stories of the last month that you heard or your fellow doctors have heard or people in your organization of her for so many ways. But let's start with my pommie. How might keep who say's Saudi got Arresting and when when he got sick he was alone leaving apartment. He was long. He bustled hole. Fifteen days buddy They went back to work do market later. Now that's privilege. Let's go in different direction. Somebody call you. We put tele-medicine from the beginning. That medicine by the end of variety was pulling in Muslims. We plus three three songs and Y to educate our people dialing low. We doctors taking ghetto. Anybody who called even. Where did you. Summer's on the Summer Spacey Betty Portent. That's we knew what was going on right now. You has started like a lady who can out after liberty combat home to hold on is dead John No way whereas it wasn't that she even how the way to have a very often favor baber commission if you find your body and you have to make a seventeen donate. He changed now. He's getting better. But at some point with seventy twenty days cremation you. How the money? So it has the city I mean so where we talk about where we are now. What how is this improved? I mean besides the situation of people with the economic situation has this. Has the health situation improved it in in the community or are there still challenges Geno? I called allergy matching POCAR. What we're sending people city to the billing. Does Ron Koch it. Because what they do every day to work beginning in today the subway on they wouldn't papa. Papa Auditing Kidding that he sees inside those building her but up still coming out just two days ago. What am I secretary? Sister DIE evolving into aided by. Nali what he knows now. Ninety percent of the people going to endorse you die. I mean there is a very difficult thing game. Nobody knew well. Now we know now. We know what happened there? Now we're not to find solutions together. Find a way to test. That's what I've been saying is nine sixteen. That would best. Everybody does we do our you know. We went ahead of the game. Also when we decide to why are they meet a March Test immunological tests for whatever in the world? You these are the time this is
McDonald's Chumpionship with Don't Stop or We'll Die
"Five hundred seventeen thousand. That's an estimate of how many McDonald's employees do not receive paid sick leave a shameful number in the midst of the current covert nineteen crisis that threatens the health and welfare of millions of Americans the absence of guaranteed sick days for food service workers as an abomination necessitating sick employees as they often do now to work through their S.'s endangering their lives and exposing fellow workers and customers to this highly contagious contagion in a minor expansion of benefits designed for the obvious Gatien of PR professionals. Mcdonald's corporate recently reluctantly agreed to expand. Paid sick leave but limited it to fourteen days for quarantine employs only of corporate owned stores only a paltry concession as many corona virus. Sufferers Unlike Damn Libertarian. Fail Son Rand Paul. Do not have access to the tests that would lead to quarantine and ninety percent of McDonald's. Locations are not corporate owned but franchise owned beyond that McDonald's PR oriented corona virus efforts include posting a socially distance version of the Golden Arches. Allay macktaz self-parody akin to shell rebranding us. She'll or raytheon painting a rainbow flag on our drone missile trained on a Yemeni wedding. So is still boys salutes. The workers have McDonalds and the menu items. Their Labor prepares the current health care crisis. Once again shows the necessity of healthcare for all and for fare-paying unionization for Food Service and agriculture employees whose quote UNQUOTE UNSKILLED. Labor has proven to be among the most essential in our entire economy and despite the all encompassing global plague that occupies our every waking moment the tournament of champions spirals into madness towards evitable conclusion as sixty four sesame seeds of McDonald's menu items have narrowed to a final four of combatants plus one returning from fact sheds kitchen so which McDonald's fast food stuff will prove himself to be the pride of mirror accuses domain and take home the most prestigious award and jade restaurant. Podcasting the Dave Thomas Cup and speaking Dave Thomas 133,000 Wendy's workers do not receive paid sick.
Engineering A Large Irrigation Retrofit with Kyle Desmarais of H2O Irrigation
"Let's take a tangent here and get into the the nerdy nuts and bolts of this project. And you may or may not WANNA mention it by name. Maybe we just won't mention it by name but let's Let's just have you start out as if you had just called me. Hey Andy of got this project. Here's what it looks like. Help me figure out how we how we can retrofit this and what we need to retrofit it so the number call in the system was installed in vases by a handful. Probably in the fifteen range on tractors so so over the course of time. This system was installed by fifteen different contractors. I would say fifteen. Wow Yeah so the. It's now that the associations than turned over to the board of they had a management company. A management company was using the last year. Ah Gatien Company at the install. It was when I showed up there. I have never seen more of there was no plan. It was just slap together in pieces. Everyone used a different size height. It was not fluid movement. There was nothing by the Management Company. That should control what was going around. They just they just wanted the low bid sticking a sprinkler system that works and it just. It doesn't work for the Association at this point and this year for them that with them in two thousand eighteen for the initial consults Dave. Now they went back to the era. The Sprinkler Company that they had there because of time and budget and now they've grown their budget to a point. Where in a no at a need to start making the appropriate movement forward in Management Shoe? Made this system right suggest Restate have no As bill plans no record drawings of the hydraulic infrastructure. No DETAILS ON NUMBER OF SPRINKLERS. Locations of AL boxes they have. Nothing's right. Nothing and I do. You think that is fairly typical.
"gatien" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Now during the break up, I don't know how we have talked about it. Actually, I do know how we haven't talked about it prior to the shorts prior this week on the show that there's this other crap going on kind of distracted. So evidently, there are only Gatien's that Julian Assange is being tortured, and that he is not fit to stand trial the allegations from WikiLeaks. Is that? From his time in the embassy in inhumane conditions. So they're really not happy with the Ecuadorian embassy and they're doing everything they can to make sure people know it nobody's happy with them right now. No. Because this is ultimately. On them. They were the ones who visited Julian Assange, but I totally get why they did it. This is more evidence up that rather than saying, you know, we appreciate the Ecuadorian embassy for granting him asylum. But those conditions have led him left. They damaged his mental facility. Whatever you spent you spent seven years in three rooms in in. You see how you like it. A United Nations experts on torture claims that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is not fit to stand trial, and that he showed all symptoms. Typical prolonged exposure to psychological torture, the UN human rights office said Friday that Nils Metzer these special repporteur on torture, visit Asana London prison on may the ninth with two medical experts Meltzer, irst Britain to nut extradite Assange, claiming his health had been affected by the extremely hostile and arbitrary environment. I've worked on many area. Areas of war in my life in situations violence, and I've talked to victims of persecution around the world, and I've seen very serious atrocities, but what I have never seen is that a single person has been deliberately isolated and I would say persecuted not prosecuted, but persecuted by several democratic states and concerted effort to eventually break his will. That's pretty pretty hardcore statements there. That's strong Meltzer said he believes that sons has a very reasonable fear that if he were extradited to the United States than he has. No chance to get a fair trial the level of public and official prejudice that exist there for him. I would agree the very last thing. He should do is allow himself to be extradited to the United States will never get a fair trial in the US. No one gets a fair trial in the US. They're, they're band, so, well, I mean, you can get one hearing Cain, and otherwise you Hampshire will not in the federal court system. Well, if you, if you can convince the jurors to, you know, go through with your in nullification, you can but Assange is certainly not going to get a fair trial one way or the other. UK foreign secretary Jeremy hut dismissed the assertion saying the Assan chose to hide from Justice from Justice. They're saying the again, ultimately all of this comes down to a rape allegation, or a sexual assault allegation. Hild by Sweden against the saws one that was dropped for a while, at Assange rather than going to court where he expected to be arrested and extradited to Sweden, which would have been extradited him to the United States. I'm not entirely sure. Why he didn't go to Sweden to face those charges. And to either prove them wrong, which evidently based on released text messages, and things like that he could have proven the wrong, instead he chose to hide in the Ecuadorian embassy. I'm not sure sure why he made the decisions that he did. Yeah. I, I don't know if it was just the, the rape allegations. He could he could have faced that spent a year on that in it'd been over with, and as long as it's taken, the US government to actually bring charges against him. He might have just beaten them to the punch.
"gatien" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Interfere in our election. Hello Gatien deserves the attention of every American special counsel, Robert Muller during about a nine minutes statement. He made yesterday about the Russia investigation also announced he's stepping down returning to private life, while a new survey says teenagers are so attached to their smartphones. That more than a third of them. Wake up in the middle of the night to check them before you shake your head in shock and disappointment. No. This one reasons teams do this is because we as parents are almost as bad, the survey by common sense, media found that roughly a quarter of parents woke up and check their phones overnight when teens wake up and check their phones more than half the time. It's because the either gotta notification or want to check social media the findings trouble researchers because they indicate large numbers of smartphone users are ignoring the recommendations of sleep experts to cut off screen time, at least an hour before bed and not to check the phone at night. They also show how far. Companies must go to persuade consumers to use their devices. Less once leap researcher told the Wall Street Journal that sleep deprivation might be part of the reason for the correlation between screen use, and depression in young people. It's eight minutes now in front of the hour on this morning. Jennifer Kushinka is back with more of America's First News. Special counsel, Robert Miller spoke publicly on his report into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential election saying, it would be inappropriate.
"gatien" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Gatien release at this point. They're releasing nothing. No, hints. No clues. No name. They say that literally all we have is the baby was about one, a baby girl, about one years old crazy. Well, a tornado left eighty thousand people without power in Ohio, but thankfully, no deaths. Fifty one tornadoes. Yes. Along tornado alley. And I know there's no climate change. But what does that fifteen days in a row that leaves story has been flooding and meet? It's crazy in the mid west. Have you noticed? Of course you have, but whenever the news stories you see the video of these neighborhoods, particularly particularly mobile homes, wiped out. I mean to the foundation and people survive. Oh, yeah. Very relatively few people die. And you point to a building where there's nothing left three people in it, and they survive. I don't understand how that works, and I don't understand how it's like mobile homes are magnets, for tornadoes, go street toward mobile home. Parks means, like the poorest communities. Get hit the heart. Yeah. It's, it's that whole world of tornadoes is just weird. You mentioned this earlier in the hour. Bill Buckner, former dodger and Red Sox legend has died. Little roller up long firs behind. And that's his legacy. Everything else he did as one of the better players baseball would stop harping on it. It's one of the unique World War World War, while it is to them World Series stories, and it's he later in his life. He went back. And was welcomed with a.
"gatien" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Yala Gatien comes down to this, that Julian Assange, worked directly, and encourage Chelsea Manning to steal national defense information, much of which was at the top secret level, including information that documented the names of confidential human sources, working for the US military and the State Department in Iraq and Afghanistan. And that the release of that information, put the individuals in exceptionally grave danger, oxes Catherine Herridge in Washington. Assange lawyer says the charges which he calls on precedent at threaten all journalists looking to inform the public of an actions taken by the American government. President Trump said he doesn't like it at all after John Walker. Lynn, the man known as the American Taliban was freed from federal prison. The question is, whether he is reform. Leaked documents reported by foreign policy magazine said Lynn continued in prison to get online advocate global jihad and translate. Violent extremists texts prompting many to claim he is still a threat. Now, Linda had been indicted on ten charges, but the defense punch holes in the prosecution's case, mostly over the handling, and questioning of Lind in custody. So Lynn was able to plead just supporting the Taliban and carrying weapons in Afghanistan. The sentence was twenty years he did eighty five percent of that as per the federal guidelines, oxes, Mike Tobin in Indiana Lind, who was originally from California was captured in late two thousand one in Afghanistan resident Trump upping the ante and his apparent feud with house speaker, Nancy Pelosi when asked by reporters about the new trade deals mess. Look, let's face it. She doesn't understand it earlier today, speaker Pelosi suggested a family intervention for the good of the nation and repeating her comments from yesterday that she praised for the president. This is Fox News. As the warm weather returns, subdue mosquitoes, termites, and other annoying pests, take stand this year with a five star pest control.
"gatien" Discussed on PRI's The World
"International. There's a limited amount you can see from there. You can see a person, you can see a building if you bomb a building, you can't see who is inside of it last October. Pentagon spokesman told reporters that the US takes civilian casualties seriously, but it doesn't have the manpower in Syria to conduct investigations. Gatien's on the ground. But eviatar doesn't see this as an adequate explanation was trying to get rid of a brutal terrorist group. But the way they do that matters, and the impact on civilians and the people who live, there really matters, the US led campaign against the Islamic state in Syria might be whining down. But American airstrikes in Somalia have tripled since President Trump took office. I asked the US Africa command about the civilian casualties in Somalia. In an Email statement, it said it's assisting reports of civilian casualties, and that the US has never paid compensation to any Somali citizen as a result of an airstrike as for, I'm at Hassan, Harry, whose, brother was killed his, he doesn't even know who to contact or how there is no organized in even we don't know through our. Verbal his sister in law has been struggling emotionally and financially. Since her husband's death. Breath. She was not feeling. Well, I don't think she will forget all over one Abbott says hibiscus the US would do more to distinguish between extremist groups like Al Shabaab, an innocent people like his brother for the world. I'm sharing Jafari? Last month. Arab pro democracy activists Yod El Baghdadi got a surprise visit from intelligence officers in Norway, the country where he's lived since two thousand fourteen when he was granted asylum there. The officers told L Baghdadi that he was a target of an unspecified, but credible threat from Saudi Arabia. He wasn't that surprised. Baghdadi has been a popular critic of various Middle Eastern regimes and rulers since the Arab spring, and last fall in particular criticizing Saudi Crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman, that's when he started hearing that the house of Saud was not happy about it. Well, as far back as octa over. I did receive a tip from a source within Saudi Arabia friendly source. Let's say in a basically warning me saying that he should up your own personal security and your digital security because you're being discussed as someone who is, you know, damaging NBS says, reputation in the English language, is it clear, whether you became a target of the Saudis before. Four or after the murder of Jamal has Chaudhry. I think it was my activity after the mouse murder that actually escalated this threats. You know, I think before that I was kind of more than annoyance or a critic. But after Jamal's death, I think their sensitivity and also the stakes I think we're just higher for everybody. Did you Jamal for show, J C things I do I do. Or did you have different approaches to human rights and press freedom? Well, I mean, this is an interesting question, mainly because I often tell people that dramatic night were not supposed to be friends. Why Jamal for the longest time for most of his career Jamal was a Saudi government insider, who was a loyalist to the Saudi Origene, you know, he was basically one of the ruling elites really. I mean he was a member of the elites in Saudi Arabia, so someone like me, who, is, you know, more of, of an Arab spring, figure organized, revolutionary figure and someone you know who is an opponent to the ruling regimes in the dictatorships in the Middle East. We're not supposed to see eye to eye on. This is why I think the friendship. When it actually developed was something very special because it's really developed in the last year of their mouths life. So I wasn't touch with dramatic respected him for his intellect for his honesty for a long time. Of course, we had followed each other digitally for years, but it was only doing this last year, that it went from being, you know, kind of a mutual respect, but also peppered with a lot of disagreements to more of an alliance do feel a responsibility to carry on the work that he was doing. Oh, absolutely. He has a very interesting legacy. And I think his shift from, you know, doing politics, the old way to gravitating towards activists is, I think interesting because I think he realized that, you know, the rise of Hamma bin Salman also meant the end the old politics, the old way of doing politics in Saudi Arabia..
"gatien" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Dalla Gatien she paid fifteen thousand dollars to rigor daughters SAT's quarter of a nationwide college admissions cheating scheme. The fifty six year old actress is among fourteen parents who've agreed to plead guilty to charges in the case of thorns named operation varsity blues which accused the wealthy parents of paying bribes to help their children gin to elite universities across the country. Prosecutors have said they'll seek between four and ten months in prison on that small the US border patrol says it's still overwhelmed by people seeking asylum. Now, Senator Lindsey Graham says he'll propose changes in the law plan now from Lindsey Graham, and he is proposing changing the current law. Law to allow children to be held a four to one hundred days that's up from the current twenty. He's also talking talking about hiring about five hundred immigration judges to deal with asylum claims acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan. Meantime is pledging to lend his support the border operations. And if issue of what to do a, particularly with Silom cases that are simply inundating folks along the border. That's going to be a big issue and the run up to twenty twenty two Saudi oil tankers were attacked today near the United Arab Emirates one was bound for the US both suffered extensive damage. It's not yet known who pulled off those attacks. US intelligence has been very concerned in recent days about Iran, attacking US allies floodgate operations remain in effect by the L CRA or is still that possibility of more strong to severe thunderstorms later this evening rain chances do continue into mid week. The IRA right now has two gates open at Mansfield dam. Another one fully open and partially. Open at Tom Miller dam and a partially open. Gated both words and Starkey dams. There's still a ban on nighttime voting for a portion of lake Travis and the Austin departments. Also, extended a waterway banned for lady bird lake also lake Austin for Mansfield dam downstream to comments Ford park and from the Walsh boat-landing, Tom Miller dam, Patrick Osborne. Newsradio KLBJ voters. Get a chance. In November to decide the funding source for major cancer research in Texas. The issue is whether to continue the cancer prevention research institute, it was created by voters in two thousand and seven state Senator Kirk Watson says it's critical. It's about the people that we will we will help. And I believe that what we're doing. We'll hopefully result in a cure Watson says everyone is affected by cancer one way or another. And that's why research that leads to new treatments and cures is so critical in the state of Texas seven thirty three KLBJ. Here's Austin's on time traffic with Melinda Brandt in around. Rod hearing there is lots of glass and the two right lanes at thirty five southbound approaching the exit to hazards crossing. So you'll want to stay to your left. We also have reports of a collision west to ninety fitzhugh and McNeil at Howard lane. Your next report's at seven forty five. I'm melinda. Bryant with Austin's on time traffic. For.
"gatien" Discussed on AP News
"School students can now. Join in unease sports competitions in New Mexico. The states joining Rhode Island, Illinois, Connecticut and some other states it allowing high school students to participate in the growing sport of video games. About three dozen high schools are competing in New Mexico's inaugural east sports season which began last month and more schools may join as athletic officials consider adding a fall season under the rules, set by the New Mexico activities association students compete in three different game titles, including league of legends racket league and smile proponents say e sports offer students who aren't athletically inclined to develop the same team building skills as students who participate in traditional sports. Special counsel's report and congress. I'm Tim Maguire, the AP news media Robert Muller wraps up his Russia election interference investigation after indicting thirty four people including twenty five Russians for direct interference. And a number of figures connected with President Trump on charges not directly related to the Russian meddling shortly after his report was given to attorney general Robert Barr. Democrats began calling for public release of the entire report and handing over all evidence to the various congressional committees conducting their own investigations, California Democratic congressman Ted lieu, a member of the House Judiciary committee was asked. If the panel is looking for information to impeach Trump. We have to interview witnesses under oath where to get documents. And then we're going to conclude about the Gatien either it's going to exonerate Donald Trump, or it's not and at that point. We'll have a conversation there can people as to how to perceive Barr says he will provide as initial summary Muller's findings as early as this weekend to leaders of both judiciary committee's. I'm typic- wire. AP digital news back in a moment..
"gatien" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Programming computer systems that operate them having Gatien systems autopilot systems. And so, you know, flight crews, of course, take off and land the airplanes. But you know, automation is is taking over a lot of pilot duties decades ago has of now the FAA has not grounded planes here. So so far, we're still flying are seven thirty seven max aircraft because they say there's nothing to suggest that there's a connection between the two crashes the one five months ago in the one over the weekend. Still even though even despite that information Jim Hall, the former NTSB chairs upset about it. If you're getting on an aircraft. You want to know that the regulators the manufacturers writers are looking after your safety. First. Here's why this matters. There's already been thirty one thousand flights US on these seven thirty seven max planes, but the bigger story there's more than forty six hundred of these planes that have been ordered for the future selling airline plane ever. That's why this has to be figured out. We'd have two crashes one a few months ago one on Sunday that suggests we don't know what's happening here. We have heavy more efficient engine could be part of the problem. You mentioned some of the real specifics. There are looking at and I and I mentioned to you earlier that the pilot that I saw reference see last night. A retired pilot said there's some uncertainty and how to deal with some of these conditions with this new engine, and that might be causing. He said speculate speculating, of course, that could be part of this. We don't know yet. The blacks boxes will certainly help in figuring that out and think about that every time you install something every time you make a tweet to an aircr. Craft training is huge. And that's what Donner says the guy chatted with yesterday. He says that's major all the training that goes into the airlines have a very rigorous very robust training programs within their companies. And then a lot of times, they do it in conjunction with the manufacturer in this case like, bullying, and when pilots change from one type of aircraft to another they go through new training on that aircraft type systems on the aircraft, etc. And there's repair training that takes place for flight crews as well in the same thing holds true for the technicians technicians to also so the the training is there. So then you have to implement all this new technology. You have to train up everybody. You have to make sure that the technology makes sense for the aircraft is a lot that goes involved as of now the FAA has not grounded our fleet of seven thirty seven max eight in the US as some of the coverage. I was watching last night they talked to some passengers and this always causes uncertainty. You don't typically pay attention to what airplane your flying off. And you don't know unless the pilot tells you the being a flight or when you're taxing. But I'm going to be flying in you know, what about eight days. It's something that I've been thinking about especially I'm gonna be on some right? Yeah. And this is a model that they use. So it's something that's on my mind. The great news is they usually figure these things up. But and it's still the safest way to travel is by by airplanes. So I mean, they'll get to, but there's some uncertainty among passengers and the industry my pilots right now, it is official now German transport ministry officials say their country is closing its airspace. Now, two Boeing seven thirty-seven that was speculated that is now happening the thing not just remember that you still got to go through the investigation process in all of that. And that's gonna take some time. And plus it sounds like according to David curly from ABC. They don't know who's gonna lead their black boxes with the Ethiopians have big knocked decided who's going to read them.
"gatien" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Thank you for being with us tonight for America, trans I'm Amy Poehler. So glad to have you along. You're going to talk to a father daughter deal who wrote a book about alcoholism, it is called alcohol drugs, and you young person's guide to avoiding addiction. And also another book called my is now what about me she'll be very revealing. And. Very nice. Father daughter opening up and telling us a little bit about this story had this hour. Also, Dr Michael Mattel, Abby the link is what you think and don't sweat the small stuff. Yes. It's all small stuff. He'll be along to talk about gratitude and how it can make such a difference in our life. If we really pay attention to the things that we are so blessed to have Tom macario, political vanguard dot com will be here as well. Talking about the political headlines of the day is also a contributor for Forbes and FOX business news, and he has an article there. We'll talk about talk about the wall all that good stuff as well as the trending news the wall, and the Senate intelligence committee says there is no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, and now Senate Democrats are even agreeing again, no evidence of collusion. This after two youngest to Gatien two hundred. Witnesses and heaven knows how many of your tax dollars. President Trump is tweeting about it. And this is all in the midst of the president and congress trying to come up with the deal that will save us from the government shutdown Friday, headlined now congressional negotiators scrambling to finalize that massive funding. Bill designed and the month long standoff over Trump's border wall that he wants to call it Trump's supposed to secure the nation, right? Rank and file and congress have been briefed some things to their liking some not on both sides. President Trump says he's in no rush to sign it. And he's going over that by that. There are reports he will tap into other funds to build that wall. If it doesn't get done here. Stay tuned. And other breaking news, Kamala, Harris smoked weed and inhaled and chain bridge talk about it. The twenty twenty candidate for the democratic nomination opened up on a radio interview. We'll hear a bit of it in a moment and said, yeah, I inhaled and everything however she is getting flack because when asked if she was listening to the we'd loving snoop Dogg at the time. She replied definitely snoop to cocker short that neither rapper had made it before she graduated from law school minimum college that her timeframe she gave so some people, including the New York Post and a lot of people on Twitter are taking her to task for trying to quote lamely fake being cool the word and that they went out then in her new book the truth, we hold. She lectured something else, it's time. We get done quote is dismantling the failed war on drugs starting with legalizing marijuana but just over four years ago, she laughed at a reporter who asked about an opponent support for pot legalization. And she refused to put the question before voters in a ballot measure, so a lot of back and forth. A lot mortified out finding article. Meanwhile, comedian Terence k Williams has his take on communist weed smoking, and he has some questions for her. Why does she want to prosecute happy people? And what else listen to Terrence right now? Have.
"gatien" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"I won't be here because I had a progress Gatien, but I make sure I'll put my life around being at every event are Mike is my first cherry. And then after you see how fight you're going duck me, and they're gonna fight somebody else here. My next cherry, and then after beat Harvey, we we really won't have the first right? Have year he wanted. Well, how we don't want it with you wanted it. What everybody now have have you studying Warren? About to say, I know what you're about to say, what am I on? Your first you haven't even challenge. The first fight your head on TV on TV. And now you wanna fight me. I wasn't even on say that I was just saying where I was gonna say get rank man, you say thing did wait. Wait you. I will use my Baltimore. I said so clearly understand I'm not ignorant person. I never said I was gonna fight your straighter. I now. But I want you to let me get oh in this whole Bill on. I'm not gonna let you get old. Michael let you get on you younger than me. So you know, you look doing. Been gay. Keep your being gay is to keep a wall. I mean, keep it cold. So you for us go do the cryotherapy like, you know, may whether. Can't sit. I can't avoid. And a look, and then when we finally fi I hope we have a sponsorships or wherever wing off home with the money because I think that's a really more motherfucking responses to these fights wherever win best fight in this one. I think we're gonna open some doors after this one because like I said man with with with the equipment man is going to be the livestream UK be process easy sponsors for y'all just to be talking. Finally, y'all definitely should be able to get some sponsors on actual people moten because then if if if actual fans of practice fight more trust legal pay attention to the the smaller fights because they like, they could you know, you more. I remember when I first train, man. I realize man these dues I wouldn't. I did a full round the most ever done, man. I was like God damn. That's that's craziness twelve rows. Full you a chance. No, no, no, no. I'm saying the first the first time I've done that long. I mean, I'm not I'm I'm a rookie, man. I mean, the first the first knockout on a head will be whoever who have fight my on my picks. And then my big gonna be what I'm not knock you out. You clearly we're headgear. Oh, you a chat for real. I like in body shot. So I'm just giving I'm trying to give you some tips. You say you're gonna be old. So. Chip's man, I don't need to. I just need a ranked fighter man. Saying I'm myself in havi trust. Go ahead. A little anybody scared. Nobody you know, we could go ahead. I'm from the south. Gotta eat more Gumbel to fight Harvey to do it. Right. I love this energy. And this is very, but I mean, we we just built a little bit differently. I I respected man. Like who you fight? I think everybody everybody which I can get it. Besides what I look I wouldn't I wouldn't to even if even if they have a Hewlett families by over the anybody hood, and it will be today. Well, you know, the people call time. Had like had. Our gas niggers are clear, you suckle get a fight. You ain't even rank my all that talk on undisputed. Nick one never though you sound like McGregor right now man get outta here. I'm right. Big money gave me out. But his money. He ate learned. My you probably gonna pay they should. As wants everybody. I'm AB. Join you. So all I do is talk for awhile talk a good game. And I really like the hit that much. So my par- my plus be Rollo. So, you know, I'm sorry if I disappointed everybody, I don't know how many hit they're also everybody. Come after me. What averse I college..
"gatien" Discussed on TED Radio Hour
"Diseases. Six point nine million is nineteen thousand children dying every day. Does it really Matha that we're not walking past them in the street? Does it really matter that they're far away? I don't think it does make a morally relevant difference. The fact that they're not right in front of us factor Costa. They're of different nationality or rice, none of that seems Marley relevant to me. What is really important is? Can we reduce that death toll? Can we save some of those nineteen thousand children dying every day and the answer is yes, we can? Each of us spends money on things that we do not really need. You could take the money you're spending on those unnecessary things. And give it to this organization the against malaria fan Gatien, which would take the money you given and use it to buy nets to protect children. And we know reliably that if we provide nets they used and they reduced the number of children dying from malaria. Fortunately, more and more people are understanding this idea and the result is a growing movement effective altruism. It's important because it combines both the heart and the head the heart. Of course, you felt you felt the empathy for that child. But it's really important to us the head as well to make sure that what you do is effective and well directed. For Peter effective altruism is the most efficient way of giving money that will have the maximum impact and benefit which means finding organizations that will make the most out of your contribution to save the most lives or to alleviate the most amount of suffering. Most people don't think about that. And they don't realize that if I thought a little bit about which charity, they owe to direct that time and money and resources to they could do ten times one hundred times preps, in some cases, even thousand tons as much good charitable giving is a huge sector in the United States amounts to three hundred fifty billion dollars a year. And yet I can't help feeling that a lot of that is because people have not been thinking about how to do as a fake Wli as possible. Take for example, providing a guide dog for blind person. That's a good thing to do. Right. All right. It is a good thing to do. But you have to think what else do you could do with the resources it costs about forty thousand dollars to try and I guide dog and trying the recipient. So that the guy dog can be an effective help to a blind person. It costs somewhere between twenty and fifty dollars to cure a blind person in a developing country, if they have Tacoma, so you do the sums and you could provide one guide dog for one blind American or you could cure between four hundred and two thousand people of blindness. I think it's clear. What's the best thing to do? This is the website of the Bill Melinda Gates Foundation. And if you look at the words on the top right hand side, it says all lives have equal venue. That's the rational understanding of acid relation in the world. There's led to these people being the most effective altruism in history. Bill and Melinda gates and Warren Buffett. No one Andrew Kennedy. Not John Rockefeller has ever given as much to charity as each one of these three. And they have used their intelligence to make sure that it is highly effective. According to one estimate, the Gates Foundation has already saved five point eight million lives, and many millions more people getting diseases that would have made them very sick. Even if eventually by survived over the coming years and the Gates Foundation is going to save a lot more lives. So I'm a little bit conflicted over this idea that on the one hand people like Bill and Melinda gates who I should add also contribute to NPR or Warren Buffett. They've been so much incredible work to to alleviate global poverty. But in the other hand, I mean, I think the amount they've given isn't really a sacrifice for them. Right. Because it probably hasn't made much of a difference in the way, they live their lives. You know what I mean? All right. Do know what you mean? Exactly. And I agree. I think Bill Gates has given away twenty five billion about he's still got more money than he possibly really spend. Warren Buffett's, but I still think we ought to prize gates and Buffett fo the amount of good that I've done because I've said an example to others, and they're influencing others as well..
"gatien" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"Do you believe the special counsel should honor and observe the department of Justice guidance that states a sitting president cannot be indicted? I do think that that is conclusive Noah do not Robert Mueller come back and say, I am seeking. And I think that that is an open discussion. I think that is an open discussion in terms of the law. Donald Trump has gone from a speaker of the house who did everything he could to help noon as the chair of the house intelligence committee, obstruct a legitimate Vesta Gatien of Donald Trump to a speaker of the house who is encouraging the new democratic chairs of house committees to do their duty to investigate the president. And who believes it is possible that the president can be indicted Nancy Pelosi has gone from discouraging talk of impeachment during the congressional campaigns to allowing one of these senior Democrats in her own California congressional delegation to introduce articles of impeachment. In the house of representatives against President Trump to day. We will be joined later in this hour by California. Congressman Eric swallow who is a member of the House Judiciary committee, which has jurisdiction over the impeachment process. We will get his view of what now seems surely to be the worst year of Donald Trump's life. This worst year of Donald Trump's life has begun with one of the most difficult problems of president can possibly face a government shutdown and Donald Trump is the very first president in history to publicly blame himself for the shutout. I will be the one to shut it down. I'm not gonna blame you for tonight is the first time in Donald Trump's life as president that he has watched the house of representatives do something that he did not want them to do as Rachel reported. At the beginning of this hour, Nancy Pelosi pushed legislation through the house tonight to reopen. The government in normal times Republicans would vote for the Pelosi legislation because they voted for it already. She passed six spending bills tonight that have already been agreed to by Senate, Democrats and Senate Republicans bills that have nothing to do with the border wall that President Trump wants speaker Pelosi separately pushed through the house a Bill to extend funding for homeland security at its current levels temporarily for a month that would allow the president and congress to continue to struggle over the Trump border wall without the government being shut down. Nancy Pelosi has no doubt about her position. On the border wall. Are you willing to come up and give him some of this money for the wall?.