35 Burst results for "Gatt"

Hadass Glick Is Fulfilling the Biblical Command to Love the Widow, Orphan

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | 9 months ago

Hadass Glick Is Fulfilling the Biblical Command to Love the Widow, Orphan

"Is really promoting. Something that a few years ago would be unbelievable. This is called amid sim foundation. Does tell us what is that seem. Foundation is about the young young families of widows orphans and he comes to take them and to bring them from their despair and from their break broken home gave them a support system of a community around them. It's something that's down. Today is something today that we just give them out to the authorities to the welfare to the government to take care of and us. People don't follow the word of sham. The gatt almighty that as it says in the torah and we need to do it. We need to take care. We built up a model. It's a it's a great amazing model that we do in jerusalem in your initial. I'm and we would like to do it all over the world and right now we are opening another seven centers like that special centers to income to embrace and to strengthen and to empower the families of young widows with orphans. As as a dusted. I mean since six to rebuild just. We're doing buildup widowed parents and make them whole again. After the loss of their spouse so that as leaders of their families they can provide a strong living and enduring foundation for their children. So it's not with. The bible never talks about the orphan talked about the widow and the orphan. We say lost a spouse young widow young families take strengthen the surviving parent that will strengthen the The children and the toronto to the family and god says you will be a source of blessing to the families of their now in an era where family issues are on a crisis the family value on a crisis and we say that if we strengthen family the most holy sacred phenomena in this world hobie strengthening the home of

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"gatt" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:33 min | 10 months ago

"gatt" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Well. What do you think should happen next or for this particular I don't think he should ever Bid out to speak publicly again in his capacity unless goes through some significant Education and training or he is taught and actually understands The real history of residential schools his church's role in it and the impacts that continues to have in our society. He had also personally didn't make a personal apology in to show that he has Changed his thinking changes behavior and even read other story of a recently in the news. Where you know. They didn't pay their share. When it comes to the residential schools on settlement. They as a whole should be enthusiastically making sure sure that all their priests alder nuns all their staff on no matter where they are on the ladder Have the appropriate understanding of canadian history in in the prison and be no room whatsoever within their ranks for somebody to have these kind of us kalemie. Thanks so much for taking the time to speak with us. Thank you kyle. Mason is an indigenous leader and a former christian minister. We reached him in winnipeg today. Archbishop albert gatt released a facebook video in which he apologized for the sermons and said he completely disavows father forays comments for more on the story. Visit our website. Cbc dot ca slash. Ah and a national indian residential school crisis line has been set up to provide support to anyone affected that twenty four hour. Hotline number. Is one eight six six nine to.

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Episode 161: Exactly what a murderer would say

Dispatches from the Multiverse

26:31 min | 1 year ago

Episode 161: Exactly what a murderer would say

"To so max seriously on your recorder for you now you were late. You've got patriot. Supporters to keep happy now man. You can't just like skip a week or anything like that. you know. this doesn't go out live right. i know i know but This is money we're talking about. I don't fool around here you go. Here's a quarter quartering you. What were you doing out in the yard or just sending a few stakes down a little bit landscaping done. Well i mean i'm gonna do the landscaping i look at the time. I enjoy operating the machinery. Speaking of that. I do have a delivery coming. Does this involve some sort of trick to get me to go outside and do some yard work. Because i'm not on board. no. I'm doing the work myself because i enjoy it in between visits to other dimensions can be out there just doing a little landscaping operating little mini excavator. It's gonna be fun. Oh you're having an excavator delivered. Yes that's right. I'm renting one. Oh just for the week okay. So with that comes. While i'm away you can decide point. Just tell them to swinging around back rights okay. There were set up here in the lab. I'm gonna do my whole thing. I high i max. I'm an engineer and inventor and thing here is the bagel trying to thousand which i'm not gonna turn on just yet the bagel trying two thousand opens up portals to other dimensions have been traveling through these portals for over three years visited a hundred and fifty plus different dimensions. I want to say at this point. my log cured so there's been a few duplicates and Yeah it's somewhere in that ballpark. Something different worlds and yet. I'm sure i've just barely scratched the surface of all the different presumably infant dimensions. There are out there jack. Strobe here my roommate is actually from one of these other dimensions. As a the whole thing you can go back and listen to how that happened. But he's here now. And i'm looking up the on list here look right like why haven't turned the biggest two thousand yet the next patron that we want to give a shoutout to is somebody named fluker. Yes pflueger as an interesting name. It is rather unique. I hope you think nice thoughts about him. Because some of these haven't gone so well no they haven't. We did try the whole reverse psychology thinking. That went really poorly. So don't do that again. Nice thoughts so as i turn on the bagel. trying two thousand here in a minute. We're going to be saying out loud. Pflueger had thinking about our patron flu generous patron and hopefully the dimension that we go to somehow involve something good about that sound think. Someone's here. I'm gonna go check it all back in bit. Good luck on your trip. All right i'm going to turn sing on get going. We'll see when i get back. So turning on the battlefront two thousand. While i think about pflueger i'm saying pflueger and thinking good about the good things lugar googlers. Great lugar is the best. Amac's your bob. Cat is here. i'm just going to have him. Put it on the side yard. Oh yeah yeah. that's great. thanks all right. Two thousand is warming up again. He took pflueger. Puerto looks stable. All the rings the machine or nominal ready. I'm going through. Oh gosh wow okay hang on let me show my puerto here and then i'm gonna describe outdoors. Any birds die. You know. I do hear some mangy senate dogs in the distance but i appear to be in a very disgusting looking trailer park as a whole row of single wides laid out here in front of me in various states of extreme disrepair. I'm standing right in front of one heinous off. The roof is sagging a windows. I don't know if they've ever been cleaned. There's nobody around outside here. So i guess i'm just gonna head up to this closest one here and given a knock and see somebody's around you can learn a little bit about this dimension. Hopefully this whole dimension isn't like this. I don't know steps here and knock on the. Oh just just swung open okay. Anybody home hello There's no answer peaked. My head in. Here oh i think oh oh he hit it. Just hit me as a really not a great smell okay. But i'm looking inside. I think i see jack stroke. But he's is he. Hey are you. Okay hey oh. I think something may be wrong here. Okay the stroh sauce lifeless body. that's a still feels a little warm. Were where did it's not war. Remain alive but you should know. Kill them several days. Okay hollow graham jack strobe. I didn't hear you activate. No that wasn't shown. I watch the the crime. I read newer tech novels that the murderer often returns zia the crime. Not okay i for the first person i think back now. Okay therefore you are okay. And i called the rate first off not a murderer. I have never set foot in this trailer nor this entire trailer park before today before moments ago all those as our exactly whatever say. I'm sure it is okay. This is also. You appear to be strobe are you. Some kind of artificial. Intelligence officials don't l. k Are you actually gesture jober. Do you just look and sound exactly like Been hologram many of his memories as his last checkpoint which unfortunately was a month ago. But i do have most of his time doubt for mary's face plus knowledge thing. That's great. what should i call you. You can call me jack. Strove find jack strobe. I'm just gonna head out I don't think there's anything i can do here. Her the knock on the door opened up now if you ever year murderer i don't think this guy here even got murdered. Well then first of all. I'm going to need some facts first of all you name effects your name. What's your name name is max. Max max was that show for max. Essential for anything. Your names just. Max max can be bothered with more syllables. That's fine you over that one. The call yes. Jack strove the whole graham gastro as natural checks out. That's right. he's not. Actually jackson object strobe. Is this guy here. the right. So here's the thing. I was going to ask you if you had any sort of connection to the deceased but it would appear that you already. At least his name. How do you know the deceased name. Sir what'd you say. Your name was max. What's that short for. Max wait now. we did. This dance already. Haven't we the charles the hotel coup. You see what i'm saying. Pal is it. Max how do you know this. Man right yeah. How do i know this guy. When i did say earlier that i've never set foot on this trailer park nor in this very strong for yourself. That's what i told. Jester polygram here. So obviously i met jetro outside of the trailer park somewhere else. We used to work together was we were. Coworkers workers bud me first of all. Where am i. Man is second of all my name actually. This is probably seventh of all. Because i've done a few things. But since i came in here but regardless of what number it is the name is dirk dirk pflueger. Oh excellent detective pflueger perfect yet. Detective works too friendly thing. But you know what i can be bad cop. It's alright this is great a respected member of the local community. I'm so glad you're here because obviously what's happened here is this hologram has confused me for somebody else. I've never been in here before. I was coming here to meet the locals and to check out the local scene and i knocked on the door and it was open and this guy was just here unfortunately deceased so blessed with all of the deceased memories up to about a month ago it's loosely. Drew that max of jack. That's lease a lot onset. They were in a sales. I should say we were stable organization together and jack myself basically stole a bunch of clients from match max mad thing not a theft investigator or fraud investigator. Really a good thing. I'm not any of those. I only specified justin murder. So even if you confess to like any number of crimes today doesn't matter anyway. You're dead continue. So in addition to seal the number of max clients the best terms. Well nothing illegal about that. Last part i did not murder him though. Listen archie gonna like look for evidence or something. I think you'll find that. There's no evidence here that i committed any crime. Well first of all sunny. I wanna let you now something you probably already as everybody knows the first three rules of motor investigation. That's right location. Location location those the rules of real estate and your in the location that i'm in right now which means you're on the location of the dead body. I just wanted to touch base with everyone in my location before i started investigating my location. That's right rule number two location now. We'll get to number three. After i finished examining the location. Is this murder investigation. Is this real estate. It'd be surprised. I often the crossover. Now here's the thing sunny boy. I'm gonna need you to give the facts. Jack. that's right. the facts two of 'em specifically on facts. I wanted to give me something. That's not if that that's something that delight. i want to give me true truths. I don't wanna give me lie. Doesn't have to necessarily be in that order. In fact it's a lot more fun if it's not hanging you said santa boy and you also said jack are you talking. Which one of us were you talking to all right jack in the colloquial sense your jack. Not jack okay. It's also a little confusing because he keeps popping his hologram around the room. Kind of just seemingly randomly chevy stranded like throw me off balance. I appears you are armed straight. I on on low point a gun at your right now. Hey click sound that. We all heard just now wasn't enough to see new. Don't as me bro. listen. I'm gonna slowly take off my backpack through and weapons. What i would add. Is there for self defense. Only i'm setting it down. You can see had no other weapons. I'm not holes during anything we lift up my shirt. Oh wow in fact. I would've asked feed and not do that actually. Wow that's okay. well. I don't really need to see the bag now. Obviously not a threat out law to facts and in fact that's right son sunny boy sunny jack sunny. Just sorry i'll stop saying can fusing because he's jaclyn. You're jack you know what i'm saying. Third base. i'll call you jeremy. You okay with that max Short sounds great. Go ahead jeff. Okay sure fact number one. I am from the city of seattle. Sounders made up but go on fact or maybe not fact number two. I'm recording this whole conversation. That's felony Fact or possibly not fact number three is that i am a professional wrestler right. Now i'm not gonna guess which one of those is alive. Make sure that's clear. I'm just entering all of these into evidence. Now if any of this ends up being used in court and proving a detriment to the prosecution case you'll be fine and prison basically ally investigate that age. Old tactic called entrapment background. Check him and find the wasn't special wrestler. Say wow boylans like honestly can be any number of those. He's real good at this game. But here's what i wanna know maxi boy. That's right. jeremy. Mr travis boy. Here's the thing. What is that hold on the refrigerator. Handle this yeah. I see it as a smudge. A duck smudge looks like some kind of greece on the inside of the refrigerator handle jack but you know anything about this snow. I literally just walked in. Jack jack jack. The one that goes and i can see i around paper. Well that's is that it's not gonna happen any then let me just skirt that different part of the handle it all right Listen to him just showed up here. Maybe we should like. I dunno go to the neighbors and see if any of them saw anything well i was going to make a bit of a more thorough investigation. The contents of this fridge but a pretty much everything. I need to know by now. This cottage cheese shouldn't be this keller. I'm interested in knowing the neighbors of scene because they saw you coming. Maybe they saw going. You know what. I'm saying you probably. That's all right well. I'm just going to walk out the front door here. It's important to get a good smell surroundings. Hey wait a minute. That dollar game. Follow us out of the trailer. Whatever did you like activate upon his death. You knew how long he's been dead for would add as two and a half days. Couldn't have been meek. Because i just showed up. Well can you prove your absence grooving negative. That's another classic law enforcement technique. Ask him to prove a negative. They never can just like you can't right now. Say what's up nope. That's a raccoon. That's just the shoe. i think that's i'm sure that if you speak to the neighbors and the other surrounding trailers none of them will have seen me lough our next door. Who don't mind me interrupting you sir. But obviously you're man coming in and out of your neighbors house recently in the last couple of days does he have. Is this your watch. What i don't know know. I've never seen this guy before my wait a minute. You kind of millions. Talk hussein. sucks out that you look like this guy here. It's hologram year. You look a lot like him for like old wrinkly and gray suspicion seems a little suspicious itself them at. Can't you see that man in there. Who seems to be slightly transparent. It's probably just the drapes obviously has long. Yeah okay so you noticed. I think that's another hologram. Oh i just madrid. Give people the benefit of the third a bother. You say you need to your. He's a fraudster. What's reported to the landscaping crimes. Yeah that's right. This guy only does murder so there. We should be back with you in about a month now to the business at hand. This particular grizzly marta. The man inside that trailer right there. He's dead. I know crazy right now. She's still watching us through the window. I mean it's a big window. I you don't usually see bay-windows like that on mobile homes you do you. Hey you seem like you're living your best life. I don't think he's living any life. I'm telling you he's a hologram. There you can do it. Sturdy admits that he is allah. Graham who's gonna take me flesh and blood human or these holograms whole auster. That's right also. Have you taken a look at this long. It really does look needs mode does not my problem. That's landscaping crafts departments problem. Now i want you to really grasp and just take in the gravity situation. Meant that gentleman is dead. His goose is cooked. Yeah i understand. Ganders been pandered i understand. I'm the one who discovered the body. Now you just you discover the body. That is a real fun way to say it's not fun. It wasn't fun it's reached in there. I don't understand how you didn't seem to notice it at all just walked right in there. Listen here sonny. I've smelled death more times than you could ever dream okay. It's dark and it's changed me as a person. Listen we got to get ourselves back into that trailer right now and investigate the premises just a little bit more. Okay fine now really wreaks it yet. You heard mashed always gets his man and you sir. Are that man. Unless as i suspect you yourselves are in fact another hologram chest. Why why have. I just like that. Oh well that's the easy part of police works on terminating. Whether or not a person standing right in front of you is or is not a hologram. Listen i didn't murder. This guy doesn't look like he's been murdered. I don't see any evidence of actual trump shoot. I should look at the body lipstick on his collar. On my caller. What kind of color lipstick do you wear. I wear lipstick This trailer is packed to the gills with holographic projectors apparently surely there's also like some kind of cameras recording system like surveillance footage. You could just access and see what exactly what happened at good league jack here myself. Change the password since the last check was the face for this. This this this this right here. He can see that says my secret crush thoughts. I thought at every crush. I've ever had as jack in there. Were a lot of and none of them were the right answer. Well let me This is when the deductive powers that i developed over many years of training. Come into play. Hang on let me try something go that was it. Oh what do i. It was orange crush. That's not even secret. That's like the most popular flavor gone with grape strawberry. Those are secret. No one knows about those terrible hen. Man i mean i know it. Wasn't you technically orange crush. Well all right now time. For the moment of truth we're going to hit that play button and watch. That was the wrong button. That does that well the fact that you were the one who pointed me to this file tells me some you you're on the right value. Hit the wrong button. All right five like little. Try mother mom. That's a lady. I mean that's your mom or lady than you'll ever be what is happening now. Did you get the wrong file again. Somehow i guess that's our trailer jetro. I really need to call more often. Looks real excited to see jack. Oh wow oh they're just going right into it right into it. Oh berkeley i thought standards were a bit high o. k. o. But everyone seems to stop moving. She fall asleep well on top of him kissing and then moving to see my flesh twitching. I can barely see that. Most of your body is covered by mrs lugar. There ever got a romantic as. I'm starting to think not hit fast forward. Just hours of detective. Luger's mom laying on top of jack strove. She is a heavy sleeper. She moves she so slow down. Look or well. I mean how do those count is usually an presumably. They don't usually end with him. Being smothered to death. We stopped short death now. I'll be honest. I probably should have recognized that purview. When i first walked in here i've never known another woman to wear. How would you. How did you make a perfume smell in this place. I've got the nose of links or a similar creature. Obviously i did not murder this man. I reluctantly agree that this is probably go well. You would be. If i hadn't cut you in a blatant bald faced lie directly to law enforcement's that's right earlier on you told me. This whole conversation was being recorded. And i know that's a felony and you don't seem like you got the guts to actually do that sir. Unfortunately i'm going to have to take you in downtown ri- right okay. When are we just step outside. Probably yeah that's where my car is. Okay i'm good. I trust you on that. No need to restrain you. Well i guess we'll see. I'll see you later. Probably not hologram. Jack strobe justice system that Sorry about your untimely demise. But alex honestly it's kinda beautiful when you think about it not when you watch it but when you think about it sure to see active considering get your own mother. I should call him anyway. Maxima all right all right all right guys over there. It's that black and white one all pretty lights sometime all right all right here. I'll let me get in the back from the shut. That door on your there all right you be there right. There have gone one again. They're all gone. Jack leisurely stroll around to the driver's side door. Well anyway here i am. Just oh here. Is that a podcast. Podcast boy is he. I think he may be my mother to raise standards. Okay exit this seeings. That's probably a good idea to push the button on my remote here puerto goes to another dimension. Which is where i'm from. I guess i could have mentioned earlier. Would have been a pretty solid alibi anyway. I'm gonna head back to my own dimension a bit of a mess. Sorry about that. Yes i am. You've got a lot on your shoe. What was screaming allah right. You can hear that's right. Yeah you the audio portal connection there. So no how right is a porta was opening up. You told me that my excavator was here right. Uh-huh and what did you call it about. Gatt yeah i mean that is that is what it is but You shouldn't have said that as the portal was opening. Oh what did you have to fight off a giant bob cat or something. Unfortunately in the other dimension pflueger met his demise at the very large pause of a seemingly. Rabid bob cat. Oh my wow. I think we'll have to be a little more careful when we're opening the portal. You think wow yeah. I feel bad about this. You should feel bad. It was distressing. Also by the way you were dead in that other dimension. So why bob cat killed me to no. No no no. I'll tell you later anyway. Everything's all shutdown. Hopefully things go a little bit better next week. Patrons from the multi is produced by by tim. Ellis starring. jerry are willing as jack. But just the bloating strobe and tim ellis as memphis with special guest. Peter ellis as detective. Dirk pflueger the music by lv logo by age. Mit enjoying this podcast. Notice how it doesn't have any ads want to help keep it that way. Support us on patriots where you'll get exclusive. Bonus content like brainstorming sessions peaks behind the scenes sweet birch and extended additions of the show. Also be sure to follow us on twitter at dispatches at them and visit us online at dispatches dot Hello yes sorry right. Sounds like you sick call back later. How much aside. I only have so many voices see it. Sound like we've got you dead to rights and also sounds like i'm getting increasingly southern dialed outback. Orange eighties jokes. That belinda hold on now. That raccoon is back. I swear it eight that whole shoe earlier but it really seems to be eating the exact same shoe and not just like the left version of like the right shoe eight early. I swear that raccoons just fully devouring the same shoe at already. You know what maybe. There's a lot of the same shoe in the neighborhood. I'm not going to get too involved with it. Let's go back in the trailer.

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Darlington: Martin Truex Jr. Remains the NASCAR Dominator

NASCAR on NBC

01:07 min | 1 year ago

Darlington: Martin Truex Jr. Remains the NASCAR Dominator

"To get your take darlington. Kyle martin tricks junior the winner. Yes only driver with multiple victories in the twenty twenty one season now. Three victories at tracks will play host to the playoff opener. That starling to the round of eight finale. That's martinsville and the championship race phoenix. He's one at all three of those places. So i know twelve races in were third of the way in the season. So it's not too early to make overexuberance yes prediction. Never too early is mark tricks junior. At this point the unquestioned championship favourite mean feels like. Oh yes and i honestly. I've not seen anybody rise to that challenge yet on a consistent basis only on a consistent basis how many years we went through. It's the big to this battle of the titans they'd coming out right and then a couple years ago. It became the big three. You know and now it's the big lebowski. It's the one guy you know what i mean. It is the one guy that's all that's really the first. He's the only guy in the first two races that has raised his hand and said. Hey i'm the gatt come get me come get me so i mean i think he's unquestionably the guy that everybody is shooting at right

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Daphne Zohar on Biotech Entrepreneurship

The Long Run

01:46 min | 1 year ago

Daphne Zohar on Biotech Entrepreneurship

"Zohar welcomes the long run. Anklet so daphne you started pure tek. How many years ago rose about two thousand five. That we reese first-round financing arm. It was really a very interesting journey. We built ertak by bootstrapping. Happy you more about that. Well yes so. Tell me from the beginning. What drew you to biotech in the first place. And how did you come about the idea to start. Pure tech is so. I've always been really interested in entrepreneurship. I started in companies. When i was in high school. I studied entrepreneurship new venture creation at northeastern Mostly because they had a coop program that enabled me to start companies while i was in school So i've always really been interested in offer for nurse ship and i became interested in this sort of interface between academic breakthroughs academic discovery and how those gatt advanced. What is daphne. Can we re just a little. What what kind of companies. Why did you start there at northeastern and what was your like proverbial first job. Well when one company i started this is sort of one company i started was a olive oil company Another one was a veterinary products company. and i think as an entrepreneur and the things that she is when you're an entrepreneur. You're doing everything you can to move forward the idea that sort of like terminator. You're just gonna keep going to make things work.

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Bearing the Beams of Love

Balanced Mind with Julie Potiker

06:05 min | 1 year ago

Bearing the Beams of Love

"Let's closer is or a general downward gaze and we're gonna take three gorgeous life-affirming breaths in for four and out for six breathing in for four breathing out for six. Oh i letting your breath find its natural rhythm relaxing. Your eyebrows and your is relaxing. Your face and your jaws releasing your teeth then closing your mouth gently letting your teeth still stay parted an imagining a slight smile to the outside corners of your lips and dropping that smile down into your throat in your neck softening and smoothing as you drop your smile down into your heart leading your shoulder. Blades move down your bath keeping that chest. Nice open dropping down now into your belly leading it softened releasing. Your hips into white is supporting. You giving yourself a little wiggle to the right until the laugh just to really get comfortable on your sit bones. Have a have a strong foundation coming back to the center then leading your thighs relaxing your knees your calves and your feet and then allowing relaxation to flow from your shoulders. Down your arms to your fingertips. Your body needs to rock little bit allowing it to do that. I don't know why sometimes mine needs to and then softening your hands and placing a hand or hands where you find it soothing. Whether it's on your heart or cradling your face or hugging your arms or just holding your hands hands could be on your belly wherever it is that supportive and loving just as a reminder to yourself that you're giving yourself this time what a gift. What an awesome thing to do it helps you. It helps us. It helps all relaxing. Your hands to your lap when they're weary and resting your awareness on your breath noticing the gatt before you inhale and then you're sliding up the inhale the gap and then you're sliding down the sale Now placing your attention around your tailbone. Where your roots shocker. Is your earth. Shot gray is an imagining that radiating a warm golden lights honoring the earth Moving your awareness up slightly behind your belly button near your spine to your splenetic shock row which is honoring your creative. We've lit up in this warm. Golden light are root chakra and now keeping that light glowing we also have a warm healing golden light. On our splenetic shock raw honoring the creative.

"gatt" Discussed on AP News

AP News

12:36 min | 1 year ago

"gatt" Discussed on AP News

"After 90 minutes of near chaos in Cleveland some voters are weighing in on the first presidential debate in Michigan trump supporter Londa gatt watch the president and Joe Biden go off topic and after each other and it wasn't presidential while she wishes the president was a bit more low key she's okay with him being aggressive he's got a fight to get troops out he did it's nice I was like yeah but in Missouri Biden back rancheria Cole says he was just a side show it's really in the service to you know the American people Australian analyst Stan Graham summed up with many international watchers said the debate represented a fundamentally divided America it was a barometer of the country Sager mag ani Washington

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Chaotic first debate: Taunts overpower Trump, Biden visions

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Chaotic first debate: Taunts overpower Trump, Biden visions

"After ninety minutes of near chaos in Cleveland some voters are weighing in on the first presidential debate in Michigan trump supporter Londa gatt watch the president and Joe Biden go off topic and after each other and it wasn't presidential while she wishes the president was a bit more low key she's okay with him being aggressive he's got a fight to get troops out he did it's nice I was like yeah but in Missouri Biden back rancheria Cole says he was just a side show it's really in the service to you know the American people Australian analyst Stan Graham summed up with many international watchers said the debate represented a fundamentally divided America it was a barometer of the country Sager mag ani Washington

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NPR Poll: Black, Latino Households Struggle To Pay Rent, Mortgages

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:23 min | 1 year ago

NPR Poll: Black, Latino Households Struggle To Pay Rent, Mortgages

"Some new data from an NPR poll suggests just how badly Americans are suffering economically during the pandemic. Here's NPR's Chris Arnold Gina Lost Her job as a school bus driver in Chicago during the pandemic she was managing. Okay with unemployment money. But then about two weeks ago, she got a desperate call from her adult son his job had laid him off. He wasn't able to pay rate. There was an eviction moratorium in Chicago, but Jean says the landlord wanted her son out anyway a warning what happened next is disturbing and violent. She says the landlord got someone to threaten her son and shoot his dog a German shepherd mix that he'd had for years Economi. His mom they kill my dog. And the GATT told me that he should kill me to. MSA. Said market you come over here. I went over there. I said, okay star packing you gather go. and. Never went back. Gene only wants to use her first name for fear retribution. She says, she was afraid to report what happened to the police, her son and his two kids if now moved in with her. Gene was one of more than three thousand people who took part in a poll from NPR the Robert Wood, Johnson? Foundation. And the Harvard T H Chan School of Public Health. Her. Story is a sad and dramatic example. But the poll found many people reported problems with housing healthcare, unsafe workplaces, and a very high percentage of Americans. Forty six percent said they're having serious financial problems are surprises how large the? Numbers are Robert Blend in is a Harvard public health professor. He says, the poll was done in July after Congress approved an extra six hundred dollars a week in federal and apply benefits, and that was still supposed to be flowing to people and yet. So many people said, they were struggling one in six households even reported missing or delaying major bills just so that they could buy food blending says it's. Like the government sent a hundred FEMA trucks into a disaster zone but a lot of people never saw them or got any help it just like interviewing people in a hurricane area and the people are telling you, there's no relief it should be there could be some people are having trouble accessing the HAL blend says the government should quickly try to discover where the biggest problems are and there could be. Another factor. My name is Linda Neuron who and I was an accounting manager dorato lives in Phoenix Arizona and lost her accounting job at a tow truck company in the pandemic. Once that stay home order was issued if our driving, they're not getting a car accidents if they're not getting in car accidents, we don't have much of a business Dorato said in the poll that she was having serious financial problems when. She was getting that extra six hundred dollars a week and so she was doing. Okay. But she knew that that was about to expire and that she wasn't going to be able to support her four kids on the state benefits alone which for her just two hundred, forty dollars a week in Arizona and she was right. She's now burned through almost all of her savings and she won't able to pay reds after next month it's extremely difficult. To sleep at night I wake up at two or three in the morning and I just have my mind's just racing just constantly racing, and then I'm having to get up in the morning and sit with my two younger children but I'm so focused on you know bills and money and jobs Dorato who's Latina says she's been looking for work with no luck. She says she has no family she can go live with or borrow money from. And Black and Latino households were two times more likely than white families to say that they've fallen behind on their rent or mortgage. It is striking. It's not surprising. David Williams is a Harvard professor who studies race and sociology. He says blacks and Latinos make money than whites and have less savings. So they're more vulnerable Andy says they're less likely to have family members who can afford to loan the money for. Rent or other bills for every dollar of wealth white households have African American households have ten pennies and Latino households have twelfth pennies. So it's really not surprising that they are really been hurt badly in the context of the pandemic

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"gatt" Discussed on Trapping Today

Trapping Today

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"gatt" Discussed on Trapping Today

"I I had like a ten mile snowmobile ride from the cabin to where I start checking traps. And for the ride there and their back, I wore them and then with the Parka. Which I'll talk about in a little bit. And then for actually when I, when I was checking traps and getting off the sled a lot I just took those off and left him in the Toboggan and and kept him there. Oh BOB GATT is starting to sell. Sorry guys. I'm listening to the walking to watch the for harvesters auction live auction is taking place here today as I record this and they just started selling some Bob. Gates. So I'm GonNa Pause this thing and see what the prices are looking like an al come back and continued to record. All right I'm back guys just listened to for harvesters sell Bob cat links and Martin if cell is the word you use those Pretty disappointing in pathetic auction. Yeah. So it was pretty sad Bob. We'll talk about it in future episodes. So we'll get a little more into the state of the firm market. We've talked about it a little bit few weeks ago. It's just a little bit disappointing to see. Northern Maine. Martin going for five to ten dollars Yeah I've never seen that before and never seen. I never seen it anywhere close to that so. And some of them sold as low as three dollars. than the Western damaged section three Martin. They were one or two dollars. They couldn't even get bids on a lot of them so. Not Cool. But anyway, let's continue The market is what it is and we're. Going to have to make decisions on trapping. Including you know keeping the market in mind but there are a lot of other things as well I'm still going to be Martin Fisher trapping this ball I know it's crazy will my for goto Arkan probably not Maybe. Maybe if I want to speculate on a little bit of the market starts looking a little better but boy regardless I'm crazy enough that I will still trap even if I don't get a penny for my pelts. I think I think there are places and ways to to market them and I love trap so much. So let's talk about this cold weather gear. We've we've gone over the lower end, and now I guess we're transitioning into the upper. The torso layers So. Basically, the where we talk about layers and layers and layers. And the. This applies more. I think to your torso than any other. A part of your body, having lots and lots of layers, and it's primarily important because the core of your body is the part that heats up quickest and gets hottest when you are physically active and it's where the. Last of your heat the majority ricky comes from. And so it's a very important port area part of your body to build event extra he. Get rid of extra heat as well as important area to conserve heat when you need to warn backup. So by having lots of layers and being able to put those, take those often put them back on. It that's really the key to comfort in trapping in cold climates. So I start off with a pretty thin base layer and there are few ways to do this some people you just wear like a cotton T. shirt or whatever. As they say cotton kills, you gotta be careful about how much cotton you wear and If you have caught underneath you WANNA have some polyester wool or some other blend. On top of that but. One thing that I found that seems to be very functional and works really well and as a good combination of warmth comfort and and so on. Is these double layered Sh- base layer shirts. and. The the. Ones the company that has made them for longtime and I've I've worn for quite a while in the past it's called duo fold and it's D. You O. F. O. L.. D.. And A is specializes in these two layer shirts and typically the inner layer is hundred percent cotton in the outer layer is poly blend of some sort. And the the reason for that is the the cotton is what hugged your skin and it's the most comfortable. You don't get all scratchy from the wall and everything. And, then the other stuff that we're on the outside can be more for conserving warmth as well as Wyking away moisture.

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Pompeo: Chinese threat may be worse than a 'Cold War 2.0'

Monocle 24: The Globalist

05:08 min | 1 year ago

Pompeo: Chinese threat may be worse than a 'Cold War 2.0'

"US Secretary of state might compare has bill named middle of Oprah this week you warning that the threat from China good welby worse than that posed by the Soviet Union at the height of the cold. War Mr Pompeo's visits is taking in the Czech Republic Austria, Poland, and Slovenia. This is what he said yesterday. The contrast between free and unfree society has never been clear. Free nations must work together to confront authoritarian threats. Chief among those threats is the Chinese Communist Party and its drive to control people and information at our economies. When a Balkans correspondent guided Loni has been following his journey. Welcome back to the program guy good to have you with us. I wipe out the with Slovenia with no disrespect obviously to the nation itself. I think far enough I mean it's only two million people live here. So it's not exactly huge, but it is a NATO member and there is a family connection of course, Emma and Mr. Pompeo made that point in his opening remarks saying that he brought greetings for Melania trump who is noticeably absent from her homeland. She was born in San Nitsa as Melania canals and she doesn't come back here very often. But Mr Pompey's said she was very envious about him visiting nurse Levin in particular Lake bled where he was doing his news conference but. The rather factors as well. So Slovenia is at at the moment and this is I wouldn't say was out of character, but it's just a matter of where how the political winds blowing here at the moment at the moment in the Prime Minister's office you've got somebody who thinks Mr trump is rather smashing fallow where prime, minister. Yannis Yansha uses twitter almost as enthusiastically as MR trump and spends quite a lot of that time. Enthusiastically, retweeting Mr Trump's tweets. So if you're going to have a friendly audience in Europe at the moment of your representative of the trump administration then Slovenia's an office place to stop off so more than simply passing on greetings from floaters and enjoying a slap up lunch at Lake bled we've just heard there a clip from Secretary of State Pompeo. Making China the real focus of his visit. He really did, and you only speak for about three or four minutes yesterday bend and I think at least two and a half of those minutes were spent really having a good old dig on against China before that. He was speaking about well, he was actually signing a declaration with the Foreign Minister of Slovenia about five G. Security, and this is all part of pushing what the trump administration calls. They're clean network program, and this is an attack on Chinese. Telecom. Companies Chinese tech companies hallway in particular Zeti threatening for the Balkan they've both been very high profile targets of the trump administration and leave you signing up to this five of this clean network program. You'll basically making a commitment, you'll knocking to use any untrustworthy. Vendors in your five G. Systems and the United States is saying it wouldn't have any of these vendors anywhere near any of its embassies went allowed anywhere near any of this State Department. Systems. A lot of come countries, of course are not signing up to this, but Slovenia has and it's got its five G. Network installed by. As of last month, take that way well has replied China Chinese commentators of wounded central and eastern Europe shouldn't be fooled. What would describes Mike pompeo embracing an entirely entirely cold war mindset it is. It is a dangerous thing. Isn't it when you start going into the likes of the Czech, Republic and Poland and Slovenia, and START TALKING ABOUT IDEOLOGICAL THREATS Yes I'm you know he really has gone the full evil empire on? Am You when you talk about Cold War rhetoric either way that he's he's talking really as I mean, as you heard in the clip there, it sounds like something from the nineteen eighties a talks again chief among these threats as the. Chinese. Communist. Party. It's drive to control people and. Information and our economies, and it's it's again talking about freedom loving people and becoming a five G. Clean country as Slovenia has done today as solidifies staff position. In this fight, the tide is turning against the Chinese Communist Party in its efforts to restrict freedom for all of us and I think what's interesting guys of course he's not saying China he's specifically saying. The Chinese Communist, party so he's criticizing the the system of government and control rather than country and the people itself, and that's I suppose the GATT out card But this is the way that the trump administration is going I recommend everyone to have a a good read of the clean network program just to see what they're saying in that and. Quite apart from anything else it does make it clear and not that it's part of the trump administration's drive and it's very interesting phrasing not the United States, not the State Department but the trump administration. So a spot of electioneering perhaps

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"gatt" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"gatt" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Expected to be the largest protest in the district the gatt according to DC police chief Peter Newsham correspondences damn all those out there there is a police presence there's the National Guard there's one person out here but you cannot do it there is no sense of any kind of enforcement police presence here because they have really taken a step back you should that's the most important thing for his officers today is to ensure that we don't have people who are going to be inclined to be involved in bad behaviour members of the Minneapolis city council were selling fury aided by the police killing of Floyd that some the call for the dismantling of the police department DC police union chairman Gregg Pemberton tells W. I. L. for Larry o'connor show reaction there seek one opposite reaction and what happens is when you create policies that cause policing to degrade or diminish inevitably the obvious happens which is the crime increases exponentially he adds taking away police funding will not stop misconduct by some officers a private memorial service will be held for Floyd and his hometown in North Carolina later this afternoon for cautions are being taken to stop the spread of covert nineteen they've been using shuttle buses because people haven't been able to park here is so crowded they're making people were master given them out there trying to limit how many people can go inside at a time respondent Diane.

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Apple To Team With Paramount On Scorsese-DiCaprio-De Niro Drama 'Killers Of The Flower Moon'

Mac OS Ken

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Apple To Team With Paramount On Scorsese-DiCaprio-De Niro Drama 'Killers Of The Flower Moon'

"Of an Irishman sized GATT for Apple. Tv PLUS DEADLINE. Says it's heard that apple has won the bidding war killers of the flower moon. The film adaptation of the book set to be directed by Martin. Scorsese starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert Deniro according to deadline the deal which calls for Apple. The finance and become creative studio gives the movie a hybrid situation and the best of both worlds. The film will get a wide theatrical release through paramount before it becomes the biggest film title so far on Apple's streaming service the actual release I dig the optimism.

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"gatt" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"gatt" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Hey James gatt scored the raiders only touchdown in the infamous is recalled around here talk game when he scored I don't have to have to give you a seven three lead we we came in with the call of your touchdown of his career touchdown number one hundred member like it was yesterday it was at the Coliseum but you did it in the colors of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after sixteen years with the raiders so Jamie it's Tom Brady is the first player in the history of the NFL to change teams after twenty years with a single team well you are almost right there you at sixty eight with the raiders and then you made the cross country track that he's places going down the coast but you know about the Glazer family the situation there so go back to your time when you want to play for Jon Gruden again if you re a reunited with him your short time after losing Super Bowl thirty seven to hammer then spin it forward and give your thoughts on what what Brady's looking at now well you know it as soon as I was concerned you know that was the only place that I was going to go away it was a very comfortable place Bruxelles was down there at the time Charlie gonna was down here match didn't go down there you know we have several players down there we have people from the front office will go on down there so it was really many redo organization that this was I was concerned but I I think it laughter John and Bruce probably would have you know just retired but but I'm glad that I had a soft landing place because what will happen with the raiders you know in the in the in about a thirty six hour period was not something that I had really expected to happen so it would be shocking to license them we have to go home and not have a place to go you know the Glazer family well they would give great people you know I didn't didn't associate with that much while down there but certainly you know talking to the guys on the team they have great great respect for for that family and you know I think which are Brady is doing something tone although much much higher level you know I I don't think this was just for football I think he has some business interests and and some people who want them to be there for some reason that but I think those guys who are capable of playing great football man I think with the receivers he's going to have their and the coaching coaching staffs it will be very interesting but I I do believe he's going to have a major problem and the problem that he can't fix no matter what he tried to do and that is that he and that humanity that he's gonna have to deal with you know it was it was really hard but we cannot collect age get the.

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Your Reward For Hard Work

The Daily Boost

05:05 min | 2 years ago

Your Reward For Hard Work

"Chuck or Ravana Chook mates vein. Chuck is that how? He pronounces a South Fan. Regardless I guess I've just never really listen to him. Say His name probably have but if one of those names convene or illegal the Wine Library guy at crusher guy so much other stuff so much over the years. Busy busy busy. I think most of these these days. He's doing a lot of speaking runs. A big media company all that stuff. It's very stuffy. Stunned social media books and everything else as well but he had to make a few changes in his life and this is a guy that took over a dad's business and just blow it up. Made massive changes in a legacy. Business changes life doing that now. I have always said if you have listened to this program for more than a few months. You probably heard me say this there were award for your success is more work or the reward for hard work is is hard work. That was really surprising to me back in the beginning when I first started out. I thought it was going to be fun radio. Dj and T shirt. When I was eighteen years old little I know I had had actually earn my living. Good news go on the air and eat pizza tucked teenagers. I know is going to be hard work then then I got really successful. Even in this business have really done well and the more successful. I've gotten the more work I've had to do. A lot of folks tell you when they reached the Pinnacle. Whenever Pinnacle is for you. I'm not even close to being there. They'll say it's not what I thought it was GONNA be. They'll say I didn't know I had to spend so much time working on stuff. I if you read the E meth years and years ago it's been updated. What seven or eight times right now? Email basically about starting a business and then realizing you're you're not doing what you love to do. It's the plumber who loves to PLUM AND STARTS A plumbing business and ends a boom bookkeeping not plumbing anymore after think differently sometimes the reward for success is certainly going to be more work. But it's okay. It's kind of the work you love to do. But sometimes you get a little bit off track. And you have to make some adjustments. That's exactly what happened to Gary began. Mgm I made a decision. He didn't make. I decided that I was not going to base my life as a speaker on the road. There's nothing wrong with that. I LOVE SPEAK TO GATT in front of the audiences and keynote speaker specialist. We get paid to go talk. That's why wouldn't right people ask me what I do for a living. I said get paid to talk. It's awesome but I decided I was gonna live my life on the road because you've talked to anybody who does it. All they talk about is when I'm on the road all the time. I never home beautiful people wonderful events. Everything's scraping. I'm on the road all the time two hundred days a year. Sometimes if you're successful make a lot of money but you never home. My Imagination told me that was going to be fun. My Heart told me better that I prefer to be closer to home. So that's why built the business away built it. I can go and travel when I want to. Now Gary's case he enjoyed that he had success. Speaking still does a lot of it mentoring and teaching but there was a very simple problem. He wasn't engaging and doing he's a guy that likes to be in the trenches. It wasn't happy as he would say. It's not the way our role when I heard him say that I kind of took it to heart. I said Wow I'm the same way. It's not the where we're all in every single day as I construct decide what I want to do. That's one of the biggest questions I have. Is it the way I roll? And sometimes it is when I started out and sometimes it is when I'm on the way but when I get there it's different if you ever notice that you set a goal. Remember the goal is all about the journey. It's not about the completion of the journey. Have you ever set a goal to do something very difficult to do and you finally got there when you got there? Wasn't the way your old. Maybe you did just along the way you got exactly what you want when you got there is cool and now you're busier than ever that that relaxation those multiple thirty vacations per year all the money in the bank. Big Home and everything else and suddenly. You're working hard to keep it the reward for your success. The reward for hard work is certainly going to be more work. And that's why you need to make sure your land in place. You absolutely enjoy when you do this so I don't know where you're starting out today. I don't know what you plan on doing. I don't know what you want to build. I know what your career is. Your family is your job. I don't know I do know this. You need to have to have an idea of what you WANNA BE. How you want to feel what your experience dated. Life needs to be a need to work on that equation and make sure it happens all along the way equation this because it's adding subtracting in multiple dividing every single day emails. You read text. You take people you talk to phone calls you make every single one changes the equation a little bit. So if you're not really really aware of where what you want what you want to create and when you arrive. How do you know that you get there if not really really wear that happening? You are GonNa be Busier because you've had success and the very nature of is people look at you and go while you're so successful. Can you help me? And that's going to keep you busier than ever. So when they say. Hey we're going to give you more work for all the work you've done you need to ask yourself. Is that how I

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The Unique Requirements for AI in Robotics - With Dileep George of Vicarious

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

07:53 min | 2 years ago

The Unique Requirements for AI in Robotics - With Dileep George of Vicarious

"So dileep. I wanted to start off with just getting an understanding from you. About how artificial intelligence differs. When it's applied in robotics a lot of our audience is used to chat bots and recommendation engines in fraud detection. Systems are the unique considerations for robotics. Thanks Dan thanks for having me here. That say that's a very good question. I uploaded robotics is very very different from fraud detection or classifying. He made classic finger photos like that. The difference is that but what in the world? I'm so to act in the woods jewel. Your perception of the world has to be fairly accurate on photo classification problem is fitted because when you search for God if it shows yourself guy you are happy you don't miss the photographs of the GATT architect sister recalls especially in robotics. You need to have higher recoil high precision you if you want to grasp an object you need to be able to type object you. You don't get points or so other object. Actually you insert object. You need to know how all that tape around. You fairly accurate and unity able to control your accent. So that exist you. Could incorporate feedback from the old. Have you do that action? All of those pieces are missing. It missed plus fire or fraud detection those static classification which is not for over what is did. It is couldn't put you back actions all I you know. All those fundamentally not tackled applications and also I mean that's not even to mention all of this need to accurately see and sort of take actions on the Environment. I mean all of that on top of managing actuators and all the physical movement is well. There's so much to juggle. It almost feels like there's more that you have to get right in order to get some value out of it when it comes to machine learning robotics the way that you're describing it almost feels like that's the case. I don't know if you would describe it that way but it certainly sounds that way obsolete. It's that of course you have to get the machine learning piece of it right. You have to get a piece of but if you mess up any other piece even look at the value. It's got so you have to. You have to get everything right from all the different hardware pieces camera cabling in your inner aboard the number of things. That can go wrong when you're trying to make robots few just allies number of things so yeah. Ai and machine learning are important so is basic discipline of hardware. Got All those things. I'm big auto goodness. He adds a lot to manage. I mean the physical world is so much harder to deal with then A nice website that we can split test in pro grammatically generated in real time for every user. And you know we don't actually have to move a robotic thing around. We just shuffle the code and then track the results. We're not actually having to operate in the world but when you have metal moving in the world I mean yes so much more to manage. Let me know dileep. How did those constraints those kind of challenging realities? Which obviously make us a very hard problem. How those effect the kinds of use cases that you go after obviously you folks are aiming to improve the capability of robotics with Ai. That's kind of the business here. How to all those challenges make you have to think about problems in maybe a more? I don't know a narrower tighter a well defined way right so one thing is that we are not going after problems. Where if you make a mistake. Something really bad happens those problems. We are not going after. I would put self driving cars in that category. You know which is you know. You need to get to ninety nine point nine nine nine nine nine rate so those kinds of problems. We had Going after a large number of problems you can still saw. Magui having ninety nine point five ninety nine point nine accuracy. I'm making an error is thought fatal. It is those kinds of problems that we are going. After on to be specific it is assembly and operations which are mostly done manually now except for strike garment factory which is most other options unstructured. Hr high mix of air the protein just a few months. Those are all done manually now. A lot of opportunity for or a space a lot of opportunity for and the reason why it is hard for robots then changes quite often on. You cannot use traditional storage under about for every every you're sitting back it's too expensive time consuming. So you need to have a that can sense on how some amount of common sense be adapt you so that things change quickly people percent for that you can learn so those are the kinds of problems applying one that declares closed one hundred percent. That's curious because there is something in common with. Let's call it the digital world a applications. They are where if You know for example. There's some situations within banking may be where we really can't have ninety eight ninety nine percent certainty with how this particular trait is. GonNa go or what decision we make with somebody else's money or whatever. The case may be or in health care obviously is even even in easier example where we have lives on the line. Where is kind of steering clear because we're looking at a probabilistic system and for those things that are black and white vendors? Just don't WanNa step into that ring. It sounds like maybe in robotics will see the same thing on some level where we'll see a lot of obviously. There's a lot of money in self driving cars but maybe we will see more companies as you folks. Are you know you're articulating? Who are focusing on these. Not The end of the world. Don't need to be a hundred percent right. We just need to be close and we'd add a lot of business value. Do you think that that's the case that those two worlds will have that commonality? The commonalities are at the very top level but once a little bit the commonality vanishes so think of medical image or those cases where you think the world is inherently so your decisions are expected to be noisy so you in the bread medical image. There is some confusion Confucian experts and people expect that amount of noise. You know so okay you you expect out. Probably that is not the case when it comes to see. Hey is that trash can right there. That object people don't disagree. People don't disagree and people don't make mistakes. I'm even people make mistakes. They can recover from its quickly. So people are so good at interacting with objects so the expectations are very different and the assembly lines are constructed for people looking. They are constructed for people to be very very effective. So although the you know so you can attack it with a without having hundred percent accuracy. It is not the same expectation in analyzing a digital image make tree which are People. Expect those to be an early noisy but here no. It's the people don't expect it to be inherently noisy and when are made people notice it's very quickly that thing did not make sense? So it's it's different in that

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Samsung's Galaxy S20 lineup packs better cameras, battery life and built-in 5G

Kinda Funny Games Daily

10:00 min | 2 years ago

Samsung's Galaxy S20 lineup packs better cameras, battery life and built-in 5G

"Samsung's doesn't have a monopoly of five G.. Radio's no finds out. They're going to have a flagship the they just put out that. I watched the video. You Know Marcus Brownlee has is the TAB use I like. His videos did a review of that the ultra version so cool ridiculous eighteen hundred dollars. But my God's mad that's under an eight megapixel cameras now. He's nutty. What does that even read a hundred times? Obstacles to 'em writes in and says with the announcement that Microsoft Samsung are quote just beginning their partner their gaming partnership. Where do you think we could end up in the next few years X.? Cloud being installed on every new Samsung phone in TV would would be a huge moves for excessive millions of new potential customers according to the Tister Status Santa Statistics hitter. I've never heard of that The same thing held almost nineteen percent global market share in the smartphone market in q four. That's impressive when you consider how fragmented the ANDROID world is. There's so many there's so many options but yeah I mean I have a galaxy S. ten and I feel like I'm presuming. Samsung is the biggest player in Agile. Yeah that's that that would be my assumption check on that I mean. Maybe it's maybe it's wall way or something you know the US in the US. At least I would Samsung's gotta be that'd be my assumption but maybe there are like there might be some other being fracture and you're wrong because he was like look into it for us like cheaper prices or something and according attack. Samsung is the largest manufacturer with over twenty percent of the market this xbox in the hands of more potential players than playstation now access on Sony smartphones phones and televisions could is this the beginning of strategic mismatch for playstation. What other elements of this partnership? Do you think are possible. And do we think that this is a move for for Microsoft a hedge against stadia integration into into Google Pixel devices and Android more broadly. Thanks and have a great Wednesday. I mean I think it would. It would be to Samsung's advantage advantage to say. Hey and Samsung. Phones are the only place to GATT Microsoft cloud or at least the premium version of the experience. Yes if you have. I'm an xbox game. I'm an iphone Guy and I'm an xbox consoles. I slightly prefer the xbox and if Samsung would just say hey. We're the only company with the only phone that you can get premium excellent experience. I mean I wouldn't. I wouldn't do it. I would never have an android phone but I I would. I would like maybe I'll be at least on the fence about it. That would be. I think the idea of every Samsung device coming preinstalled with xbox thanks cloud right. I think that'd be a huge win and even in a month question here. He's referencing competition against playstation playstation. Now I think they're like as far as competition in this base base. I think playstation now is barely a factor. I think could be a factor in the future if he's not continue continues to improve and continues to android phone manufacturers Samsung the way behind why behind arms made their names. I don't know Xiaomi all PO and companies did you really think about because it because this is outside of the. US can you do it just by the US. Wild Wide World Wide Ham logic. I've never even heard of L. G.. Motorola Rollo Sony's down there. I mean Samsung is like far too. Why that same forty three point six percent of the android space and that does make sense it would be like ninety percent of the once you factor in the IPHONE? iphones a good chunk of them. Okay yeah totally. Three percent of the android market equals like ninety percent of the phone market overall role. Right yeah and so with that idea in mind just running away with it makes complete sense. What this partnership is out here? Did for exclusively though because even yeah like even though Samsung is the number one player ninety percent of the overall market is not enough. Right you want to be an old. Of course yeah. I don't think like I don't think this article Michael Mentions exclusivity anywhere I didn't I didn't get a hint of any anything pointing toward the idea that they're going to be exclusive but the idea that they could have a deal where you are getting Samsung devices like Samsung. TV's amount at Biltrite as the TV. That's yeah that's compelling right there and they they won't be exclusive but they can say this is with us. If you have a Samsung device this will offer the best experience. Yeah I think that I think that messaging for them go a long way and I think that is what makes this partnership make complete sense But yeah as far as like them communing with. Let's see. Is this beginning. Is this the beginning of strategic mismatch for playstation. I think it's already been kind of a strategic mismatch when the GECKO playstation. Now didn't necessarily have. What does that mean a strategic mismatch for playstation? I think I think we aim on is getting at. Is the idea that this would but then when you look at the numbers compared to say Sony phones and Sony. TV's like Samsung Wars. Those numbers is I think. That's why am I getting that but I think that's uh I think that's a problem. Because he is the thing so stadia has a natural partner with android and more specifically Pixel Pixel phones right. Yes you understand why. That's all kind of under one roof. Yeah Microsoft doesn't have any presence in the phone mark any anymore anymore. They tried and they failed now. They're just out said where we will support android now. So it makes sense for them to Partner with the number one player in the Android Loyd market Sony has a natural partner in its consumer electronics division. But like they but that's small time. Yeah that's who has a Sony phone. WHO has a Sony? TV Not that many people. Yeah that's the thing they need to. They might need to find Nick's donal partner and that's why I think like this is less than competition with Sony. Lean more in competition with stadia. If anything right like stadium having like Google Google Pixel being a thing not nearly as big of a thing as Samsung with with android right and Google stadia kind of having a certain amount of mindshare with the streaming space. I think that's where the competition is at. Even though it seems things warm more by the day stadium kind of eating their lunch right. They're kind of tripping over their own their own feet with each passing passing kind of decision in new story. We see about stadia not working or making bad decisions or doing. Ama's that don't tend to work out well for them like project. X Cloud seems to be doing all the right things. And you know there's even another news story coming up about another streaming beaming service that you know there this this space currently is kind of messy and it's kind of fun to watch because we're seeing people kinda climb over each other and try try to become at that number one spot Whether it is in like mindshare or like even in the partnerships and actually getting the absolute on whatever devices you have whether you like it or not so far. It seems like X. Cloud and I'd say probably INVIDIA G. Force are kind of Invidia G. for surprisingly are kind of like the two front runners for what services are going to end up successful in this thing but even then like I could see I could see a feature where like nobody. Nobody comes out on top because this str- streetlight video game streaming is still hasn't become as many thing yet. You know what I mean. You know. It's it's going to be enough. Another iteration of the platform was you know. There's no one clear I mean. Seventy is kind of a clear winner right now but Mike still really in the game. Nintendo's obviously a very Bigger deal than the newsletter three-horse three very healthy horses in that in that race. Maybe maybe Sony need to give Tim Cook a call. Do an exclusive collusive Team Up. Hey the best way to get the best way to get an exclusive playstation experience playstation streaming is on the iphone really think about it apple and Microsoft all rivals. They can't work together. I don't take Samsung and apple arrivals. They can't work together. Sony Oni and apple though they don't have any particular beef. Maybe they team up for this. I'm not crazy. There are Sony phones right. Yes see they run android. Yes the Sony. Only have a tiny daily advertiser are some of the most beautiful phones. Go from every time I see the new Soni you need the experience I still have. Those new ones are those. The industrial design on Sunday finds gorgeous. Yeah they they have always run like shit. Yeah that's the problem. Suli run shit that being said the latest one that came out which I can't remember the model number now but like that phone Enforce it doesn't work for sprint. Otherwise they'd be the phone I used. It's the prettiest screen of ever seen on a phone gorgeous. Yeah they're still plugging away but not the playoffs does not work with sprint. So that's the point. They they need they need to either. Just put it out there equally for. Everyone say he will support all devices or they need or they need a partner. This thing with monks outta pondering Samsung Apple might be their best bet. I could see it number two jeff. Kelly is it producing e-3 coliseum. This year this comes directly from Jeff keeleys twitter twitter. He tweeted this as I was prepping the show and as he tweeted thing where he types out a note in the note the note screen shot and posted image of it and so I'll read it verbatim. He he writes a statement from Jeff. Keely on E. Three for the past twenty five years I've attended every electronic entertainment expo covering hosting seeing and sharing e-3 has always been a highlight of my year not to mention a defining part of my career. I've I've debated what to say about e three twenty twenty while I I I want to support the developers who will showcase their work. I also need to be open and honest with you. The fans about precisely what to expect from me. I've made the difficult decision to decline to to produce e three. PM for the first time. In twenty five years I will not be participating in e three look forward to supporting the industry and other ways and other of and at other events in the future

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"gatt" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

08:52 min | 2 years ago

"gatt" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Gatt we are the breakfast club we got a special gas in the building yes indeed at garden welcome was that a man does everything which row I'm going to bed he's got a new book out right now call conversations in black I rated this weekend great book and I read a great book is because dealing with a lot of black issue but it's not from just one person's perspective that's what I really appreciate about well listen I I just want to thank you bro you've always been there when I give you a call but being a part of this I wanted your voice and it mmhm and what I appreciate about everybody in the but we were all very candid about what we do about yeah I wanted this to sound like a conversation you have in your backyard in a beauty shop at the kitchen table each chapter is a different topic so we talked trump we talked a reflection on Obama black girl magic where brothers are today we ask about the state of black America even talk about things like Tyler Perry right people are proud and love what he's done as a mogul but there are some people who still have an issue with his art and so we were very candid about where we sit today somebody in the book said some to sold dope Bartali would like if what he's doing is is able to give so many black people jobs so many black people opportunities it's okay crane Jerry now and then as a jazz riding yeah yeah yeah Friday talked about that and then I echo that you know I mean at some point it is a deal worth what he's able to do when destruction comes to a Caribbean island wire or people get caught overseas and they need a plane and he can send the plane down a lot take the Medina movie absolutely you know my other favorite chapters us stand up black men and and a black girl magic chapter and ending had me thinking like what is the best way for black men in black men and women to empower them so yeah and you and I have privately talked about the state of of where brothers find themselves and look you know we have to know that there are a lot of positive brothers out there doing the right thing and we just don't get to play you know black girl magic that they've been able to market that and and you would think that there are no sisters with issues and unfortunately they are and they sometimes fall by the wayside we as brothers don't like to admit and you you really have put it on Front Street our frailties now but we've got to start to be there for one another because I remember DL Hughley had a joke years ago about you know going to a museum and seeing a black man stuffed next to a dinosaur because we would have become extinct so we this book I hope will be a motivation to get everybody first talking and men actionable items because the conversation is not enough yeah black men just have this fine fine with the hill and so the first thing we have to do is being accepting that we come in in all ways all shapes all forms and that everyone of those forms as a black man right the second thing we got to do is listen I was at the barber shop man and it was some young brothers in there and they were talking about you know what they do and their whole existence was running game and how many women they could live with right and never pay a bill and that and that was what they were looking to and it was just on to the next on to the next on to the next and so I said do what you want to do when you get older what you want to do no aspiration bro and the funny thing for them was I'm not paying any bills I'm not what do you do I'm I'm I'm sitting on the couch Chillin doing what I want to do now I'm not saying that portrays every brother the majority about right but to many others are looking that way so we talk about Nipsey Hussle in the book I hope that a year from now the way he never sees life resonated with young brothers is still the same I hope it doesn't fade a hope that sense of I can do this to stays with them and the only way that's going to be is that we keep it in the four absolutely does like anything else you know the further you get away from it it doesn't have the same impact then we had Dr Claude Anderson a pin yeah about how he felt a segregation hurt the black community what do you thought something to it I think to a degree it certainly and we we can we talked about reconstruction over the years and how took away businesses and all that but I think at some level right I'm fifty nine years old man I've been hearing that for as long as I can remember I how many decades we go live with that right and I I do think what Tyler Perry is done what you're doing what others are doing in terms of trying to empower yourself where if somebody walks away and that doesn't mean that we don't team with an established company with whites with others but if they decide to walk away if they dog you feel that your existence continues because you can walk away and say all right cool I'm out Hey and you still have power and that's I think where we failed prior right we were well that under guarding was so dependent on somebody else that if they decided to walk you were in trouble and so I think what we're trying to say in this book is African Americans have far more power than they believe they have we talk about them to DO dilemma and that is the control of image and look we're not always going to agree on what our image should be right well but the reality is I rather us make those decisions then somebody else make those decisions would have the a lot of people in this book said and at this book reflects black people are not monolithic we are not model today yet yet yeah there is what I say a cultural thought yeah yeah yeah you know you know if if you if you are black person and you lie sweet potato pie you down yeah if you like pumpkin pie they look at you like you're crazy right so I mean there's some reality to that tune yes some reality how long did it take you to get this book together with all those different people yeah man that's the hardest to get so it really actually took me about eight months in total and that's getting everybody together to writing it the hardest to get I don't know man it everybody said yes immediately Yallah vans that was I even doubled up with so you sure he won't say that she talked about the many issues that African American males have and she blamed black women I was I I read that I I don't I don't know how I don't think there's something to the effect of she talked about that we did they tolerated it that the queens are the ones that raise the children and that particularly because disproportionately black women are the ones who are raising black boys but she lets people know that black women have a role in that so don't show up into you read the book try to jump on the on but yeah I was interested I don't remember the exact quote without as noted that in my mind I push back on it a little bit simply because we're not you got to take in consideration with that woman may be going through because trauma gets passed on regardless of what jazz you understood that issue to talk about that but that's but that was the point of this book is a really have these real conversations right and we're too afraid to have it I will I again I keep saying that but I appreciate the candor that came out of this book I appreciate that we appreciate you for joining us right composition of black go get it is out right now that's right is ed Gordon is the breakfast club good morning Tom is in the that you might I'm at the yeah morning everybody is DJ envy Angela yee Charlamagne the guy we are the breakfast club they got a positive note my positive note is simply this man instead of ignoring Lawson trauma are moving quickly past him we can choose the slowdown sit with each loss examining grieve it because it's better to think in an experience it now to find you so drawn in years later and losses that had no voice.

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Healthcare: How Do We Fix It?

Science Vs

09:37 min | 2 years ago

Healthcare: How Do We Fix It?

"On today show where tackling the big mess that is the US healthcare system. In case you haven't heard politicians have got it EMEC crosshairs. This is a broken system and we must fixit. The current health care system is not only cruel. It is dysfunction make American healthcare great again is pouring money into healthcare and yet more than a third one in three Americans either have no the health insurance all insurance that comes with big medical bills that they can't afford politicians and activists saying this is not good enough. They will just want a chance to get their healthcare without doing broke America. We're focused on because they gotta rest. They're ah one of the big ideas to fix. This is Medicare for all. I wrote the bill. That's right but everyone on the same government plan kind of like what they do in Canada the UK it's one Medicare to rule them all and some police say it's my precious that is it'll fix all our healthcare problems. All out of pocket expenses are gone Medicare for all. Is the gold standard but others say. Wait a SEC. This shall not pass one medicare for all. It's dangerous for the millions of Americans who have good in health insurance. This new thing will be was gonna take away the right of people to choose they wanNA take it away. Give you lousy healthcare. It's pretty incredible and conservative outlet. Skeptical to this thing. Look what's happening in other countries. That do this kind of thing like the UK or Canada. You Want Health Gatt Eh. That waited in the hallways waiting for a kidney transplant. So I want the millennials who think that they love socialism so much to look at what's going on in the UK and see either a future said today on the show The millennials who love socialism so much deluded if they would just put down not talking that Avocado Toast for one second and look around and the healthcare in the UK. What would they say we're going to get past the stump speeches isn't talking heads and look at the data to find out who is to blame for the broken healthcare system in the US? And how do we fix it. He's Medicare for all all the best way to go. Because when it comes to health cam there's lots of O'Neill's who think that. They love socialism so much but then does science. Science says healthcare is coming up after the break. Welcome back. Today we're asking is Medicare for all the dream that will solve America's healthcare woes currently the US spends three point six trillion dollars lives on healthcare trillions with a T. It's about eighteen percent of genie pay. It's huge and when you compare it to other wealthy countries the US is about twice as much per person so tons of money is being poured into the system that doesn't manage to cover everyone. They fix it. The first thing we want to do is to take a close. Look at that big pile of money. Where is it going is very very very clear that we're overpaying states dramatically? That's Professor Harold Pollack Healthcare expert at the University of Chicago and he says Al Price Tags for basically basically everything just too high. That's true for hospital. Care for Pharmaceuticals is true for pretty much everything so for example the exact same in cholesterol lowering drug exact same cost sixty six stole is more in the US per month than in France an MRI. On average costs. Three hundred Dole is more in the US compared to the UK pacemakers cost thousands of dollars more in the US compared to Germany over and over again academics found that things are just more expensive in the US. A famous economist. Ost Why is health care is so expensive in the US. He's ANSA quite. It's the prices stupid okay. So why is America getting shafted on prices. Well if you've got off tic TAC and started reading the economist instead you would know of a little thing called the free market to be more specific in the US. We've got the manufacturers like drug companies. The service providers like doctors and hospitals and the insurance companies are in the middle. The insurance companies negotiate the other to the hospitals and the doctors does that the prices that they're willing to pay and he is. What's been happening? Say Your an insurance company about to go into a pricing battle with the hospital. So you imagine that that I'm Bluecross Blueshield of someplace and I go to the fancy fancy hospital you walk up to that really Nice hospital cutting edge treatment amazing doctors beautiful lobby and you start you negotiation so you ask. How much is your liver? Cancer Treatment Hospital tells you it's seventy two thousand dollars and you say she. You know your Liberte heard cancer. Treatment seems awfully expensive. And you know we really WANNA pay Less the hospital can say back. Well I'm sorry. Seventy two thousand thousands dollars is our price. If if you don't WanNa pay that's fine you can explain to your members that they can go down to the county hospital and get liver cancer care. They'll be a lot cheaper MHM and is very very hard for the private insurers to say okay you know well We're GONNA Walk Away Insurance Company. He isn't a bit of a bind. Either they suck it up and pay the high prices or risk losing business because their plans. Don't cover this treatment and the hospitals can afford to negotiate this way because they are fast becoming the only game in town he's over the last few decades lodge hospitals have been merging. They've been gobbling up mom and pop private practices as well as the hospitals and that means in many places hospitals have become a kind of monopoly monopoly according to a survey from two thousand sixteen more than one hundred million people in the US living places with quote moderate to highly concentrated hospital title markets and that is giving these hospitals a disturbing amount of market power and that allows them to charge awfully high prices. Some of them are essentially the size of a fortune and five hundred company. And we don't think of them as a you know as as a major corporation but in many ways. That's that's what they are and that's the way they behave hospitals already. Eddie tend to be more expensive than private practices and research has found that as hospitals. Gobble up things. They Jack up the prices even more so for example studies. Lisa found that prices generally increase by around ten percent after a merger and hospitals are the only bad guy him if insurance companies do get had a bad deal. Studies have found. They don't suck it up. They often passed the box along to their customers and there are other players to mechanic getting gouged left left right and center. Drug Company Manufacturers Doctors. Everybody who sells a BANDAID so they're many villains to this piece in terms of why the costs Kassir so high and they ease one more villain. That's worth talking about. He and that villain paperwork a big chunk of that not all that but a big chunk of that is stupid annoying stuff that is very wasteful with all these different groups. Haggling with each other and haggling with you. It's a lot of time time and money and dumb lettuce promising to explain your benefits and a study from last year found that all of that crap really adds adds up to more than two hundred billion dollars. That's right eight percent of what we spend on. Healthcare is spent on administration. That is way more than other wealthy countries. Okay so now. We know why. America's health care is so expensive time to talk about how to except and this some politicians say is where Medicare for all comes in when it comes to solving the cost most problem. He's one way that Medicare for all could fix it. If you want to take power away from hospitals and pharmaceutical companies to set the prices you could replace all these insurance companies with one big bat us a government health plan Imagine that scenario you heard before fancy hospital says okay Buck Ru. It's seventy two thousand dollars for liver. Cancer Treatment is hey we you pay fifty. That's what we pay. And that's a fundamentally different position and so you're using the leverage the the tremendous Indus marketing power on the demand side of the federal government all the millions and millions of people. That would be in one plan to really

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An interview with Huawei USA's chief security officer Andy Purdy

Bloomberg Businessweek

06:29 min | 2 years ago

An interview with Huawei USA's chief security officer Andy Purdy

"With any party is chief security officer while a technologies USA he is joining us in our Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in New York of course while a very familiar to her audience I feel like amid the US China trade tensions that we cannot forget the commerce department blacklisted while way back in the spring to stop American businesses from selling components to the company the White House for a while is accused of the company being a threat to America's national security let's kind of roll it all together any good to have you here with us because I feel like the more conversations we have on on these types of issues the smarter we all gatt the recent bands that have come out from the administration what has that done to you guys as a company and in terms of interacting with American businesses well there's certainly been an impact on while a we've got nearly three hundred American companies that want to sell to us the supply up to twenty five or thirty percent of all of our global components so we've had to move to what they call plan be something that IBM and recommended we start we did start sometime ago so we have had to find alternatives to those and right now we're able to ship our five G. technology with no American components so we're not entirely sure the impact on us but we do know that over forty thousand American jobs hang in the balance for no good reason so we hope that these issues can be put aside this effort to attend an effort to hurt China wear them hurting America we're cutting off our nose to spite our face and what sort of progress if any are you making in Washington to get that message across or they'd listening or are you sort of shouting into the wilderness here we're not making any progress I mean the fact is and I think the existence of the US trade talks the geo political situation although everybody says if we're not connected to it of the government won't even talk to us they won't talk to us about the kinds of things that allow Nokia Erickson do business in United States despite their deep ties to China so we hope that if that if there is some kind of a trade deal it may be that the government will talk to us about these negative on Telefonica the German company just came out the side to do a five year contract with us despite the pressure of the U. S. on Germany so we can address real cyber security risk and we'd love to collaborate with the US government what's the future though I do think because we have a ton of conversation the magazine just this week has a story about Chinese Americans who are be called especially those who work on government projects and have high security clearances where they're under heightened scrutiny and sometimes wrongly so and so I do wonder like what is the future in the in a world we talk about a bifurcation where it's kind of the U. S. versus China what does that mean for a company like you guys in the Verizon CEO recently said we want to avoid a five G. Cold War brightness came out and said it did it it just doesn't make any sense we see very important things happening in Europe for example in Germany with a telephonic announcement but the government is working hard the European Union is working hard to try to come with objective and transparent basis for knowing which products are worthy of trust because the bad guys out there have great skills we have to use very good technologies to address the rest that that comes through all products so any of I want to ask you because your background you worked in the White House mean you understand the other side of the table in many ways how surprised were you that all this went down essentially knowing how the sausage is made on the other side well there's been some longstanding concerns you know and although the terrorists help obscure these fundamental agreement among the Republicans and Democrats the concern about theft of intellectual property the concerns about forced technology transfer the threat that the US sees from China as China has grown economically and militarily these are things that the the cut across the board and so and legitimate concerns well let's put it this way our government the American government has to make sure that we address the rest to this country we've got to learn lessons like from the seventy five years ago DJ in cyberspace we have to be ready much more ready with we were when the Germans and the **** swarmed over Europe we have to be ready to address real rest and we think it can be done that it has to be done with standards and conformance programs for the operators as well as testing independent testing for the equipment we love the participate in those conversations but it is interesting too though that if there is a division of technology division and the world going forward we talk about a lot about five G. maybe there's going to be two standards are you know you do wonder what what what does that mean for global security concerns well it is a life what it means is a real threat to competition and and competition is critically important it's important for security it's important for resilience it's important for innovation we need to make sure that we have competition when you look at the equipment vendors there is not enough competition I hope no key is strong enough to to survive frankly hope that they're strong enough to do the are you D. that they need to with your expertise in understanding where you are currently and then as Jason mentioned you know having spent some time you know along the beltway and I just do wonder so what what is the answer because we do know in terms of our relationship with the Chinese that there has been problems with intellectual property and there has been a lot of technology transfer or if you're starting up a business you've got to do it along with a Chinese company you know it's very clear that the Chinese you know have a mission to be very dominant and I don't have a problem with that because I feel like that's capitalism a play but because of the past how do we know who what we're dealing with as as a country the United States well I'm glad I had the option to participate in discussions the United Nations here in New York last week with governments and private companies it's a combination of we need enormous for government we need benchmarks that we could hold governments accountable we could have mechanisms to create incentives and consequences of government if governments violate the rules but also unique companies you need independent standards you need independent testing so we can address the rest is the combination the shared responsibility that's gonna help us just thirty seconds what would be a great incentive for the two I needs to really make sure that turns the government conformity that it happens as quickly well I mean I think the global community holding them in other countries accountable the World Trade Organization to standards on the theft of intellectual property on forced technology transfer we have to have the visibility and then make clear when when a country whoever it is is violating those norms but it's interesting in a week where we know the WTO right wrist is weekend yeah to say the least any party we hope you'll come back we were only able to scratch the surface of a really important topic chief security officer at while way technologies here with us in our Bloomberg interactive brokers

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"gatt" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

12:21 min | 2 years ago

"gatt" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Often times when you're telling them about a new vaccine it's like docu just trying to make money you know I haven't really heard of this disease why do I need to do it is my dog really at risk I would love to know your professional opinion as to what's the best way for people to think about why I need all these various vaccines and the fear that people have about vaccines yeah you know I think that it would be easier back in the day when you know doctors who can open came home and that was it for you to actually cattle dogs and and that's why we call it cannot copy it now the dog was a very social lifestyle they go to daycare they got a dog park and if they're not going your neighbor dog is so don't look get out and about and I think you know for them to have a face experience experience where they're not going to get that using a vaccine that we have to cover for the respiratory diseases tutoring there's many pathogens that we can't prevent that will help serve a decrease in there anything to pick up money pathogens that we don't have a vaccine for you know a lot of times people talk about him being lifestyle vaccines and I think that's accurate except we have to accept that our dogs with great lifestyle now and they're all out with their dog thing and getting to spend time with their owners which I think is wonderful you know I've had people say well just don't take it anywhere but that doesn't really work we had done getting little crop and flying around the country as well yeah I think you know knowing that well having taken care of dogs that have a vaccine preventable disease for me probably the hardest medicine I've had to do because you look at them and got cash I could have prevented that and it's heartbreaking and here for the da that goes on here in a moment or need hospitalization and it is hard for families in a dog just are miserable hard to see that and I'd get sick like that so you know for all the diseases that dog team gatt handful vaccine program about installing courage owners to consider that a preventative medicine we need better experience than trying to treat I dont want their sack cell treatment you had mentioned you know depending on the severity of the illness it may just be stay at home or could be hospitalized for aggressive therapy especially if it's turned into pneumonia they maybe oxygen intravenous fluids intravenous antibiotics as you said some dogs do succumb to these diseases but if a dog has had one of these pathogens how long are they contagious because that's always a question all I need to get my dog back to the dog park is if I don't let him run around and be a squirrel for an hour three times a week at least I can't live with him so yeah when can they go when can I go back to doggie daycare when can they go back to the dog park yeah frustratingly yeah two week beyond resolution of clinical fine for some dolls even if it's just yeah they don't get terribly FEC but they're still coughing you know Lou virus can be sad for up to three weeks so you're looking at you know keeping them away from other dogs and their activities for two weeks beyond resolution of the clinical signs that that could be for five weeks for some of these stocks which is a very time so again that's just not going back to daycare or going to the dog park you wanna you walk your dog Mike I taken for a walk and take more walk around the neighborhood still not a good idea because your dog is leaving as little packages of pathogens or ever it's going yeah exactly exactly the challenge for pet owners to know what to do in that situation and that you know we know those dogs need to be active or they're going to be down from off the wall they start doing a little better gonna be big enough to walk it's hard to say no to those guys so doctor Stasiak I know one of the biggest push backs I get from clients when I say I have this new vaccine I strongly recommend it he nine influenza virus vaccine it will help check your dog and as soon as they hear a flu vaccine they go doc I was getting my flu vaccine every year we know it doesn't work most the time or the believe it doesn't work I got the vaccine and it made me sick I got the vaccine and I still got the flu Eugene this lead or biologicals at so when his pet care what is the best response that a veterinarian can give a pet owner in you know that the human vaccine experience reporter like I understand my pet owners think that because I think we all think that but you lose been around for hundreds of years it had a very long time to so what the only new Kate and turn into different strains that are you know we have to try to predict what can be seen this year and and get it right in the flu vaccine that we have different than dogs in a dog flew in the U. S. we've had each three and eight two thousand four and we've only had each three inches two thousand fifteen south yeah and even in China South Korea where they've had album that's not a very long time you know now if left unchecked if we decide we're not gonna get this virus out of our paths were not gonna practically vaccinate and we let dogs Lou hang around for awhile yes it is the same Arnie type virus and it can start developing point mutations to the point that yeah we'll probably have different strains but for right now beat the rap scene for our dogs for IBM live in intoxication you know we're not seeing those patients that we see in human flesh and you know the one thing we are seeing over in China and South Korea where they had the flu and their dog population in in two thousand and longer than are you know for years here in the United States is we are seeing where we get gene segments whopping thirteen dogs will resort with mine dot you know we have talked with human making dog second we don't really now long term what is that need like what's the consequence of that and so for me in praise her we have a chance to get this out of our dog population through mass vaccination why would we not take that opportunity to do that and we're not living in a world and that would be wonderful because I get my human flu vaccine every year and it's like come on we're can be the right strain so far I've been very lucky the question of whether or not you were vaccinated dog and people are always again I got vaccinated dock with the flu vaccine I still came down with the flu or I got the vaccine and I we just felt terrible for a week I'd rather take my chances what's the retort to that yeah and we've seen a lot of adverse events with the dog food vaccine effect chilled virus vaccine so not able to replicate inclined to be using the don so I contend that help feel better I think a lot of times when people get their flu vaccine you know I myself I'm gonna get it because I'm gonna go get on a plane mom probably gonna get strapped on that plane is going to get exposed to the things on that plane that we can bring you back thing making sure that when it comes to dogs that were work acting healthy don and we're we're doing it now strapped to not be less likely to have adverse events and could feel bad after vaccine you mentioned something about gene swapping or this fire swapping of now it's getting into other types of viruses so is this a concern that something like canine influenza is it going to affect people is it something that my dog is sitting there with sneezing coughing am I going to get sick right now that have not been seen at all what they have found is dog that have clinical fines and no country where they've had the flu or a longer than we have here in the US when they go to look at the genotype they're seeing that meant for you and therein hello and so it tells us that god will have the ability like any other flew to what they do engine it shifted from call where they can pop out to different kinds of flu you know if left unchecked like that create different food down the road that could be susceptible media I don't think we know that yet she worries thank that's one huge fan let's just acne and get rid of me and why why wait speaking of waiting all right I'm gonna be going on vacation I am now listen to this podcast great oh my goodness I really do need to get my pet vaccinated you know my doctor was telling me about canine influenza I've just said nasdaq it's not an issue and now I'm gonna be forty my dog because I'm going on vacation in two days try running right now and get that back scene is that gonna do me any good as my dog any good you know I obviously ideally would kill backseat you're gonna get to those within two weeks before you travel but we all know there are other dogs that airborne tomorrow and I only say it is never too late to get the immune response started there was one study looking at as you know one does buy you any immunity and and it did show that one does in the dog seven days before they got exposed to live in have decreased clinical find that didn't keep him from getting back but they want less sex dog that weren't vaccinated so I think it's encouragement no you have no protection if you don't get back the itself just get started get the boot when you get back Dr Stasiak I was reading that the World Health Organization is listing in the top ten threats for global health in twenty nineteen a vaccine hesitancy so I know people have such concerns about vaccines causing diseases you know there is this movement that was causing autism and I've had actually people coming and going I don't want to vaccinate my dog with anything it doesn't apps we need because I'm afraid of autism in my dogs like I don't think I've ever seen autism and a dog but I understand their concerns so a company such as the wettest how they approach this and what is the message that you want my podcast listeners to know sure you know certainly it is a concern whether people thinking about vaccine their kids or other dogs and really the recognition that vaccination is one of the safest forms and not cost effective forms of medicine that we can deliver in recognizing that you know we're also facing a wall that antibiotic resistance so I will let my god get second I'm happy thing in a biotics I think for some people that is the reason and not they would rather use the vaccine over resting getting and it's easy and and certainly you know anger either dot there's opportunity for wildlife factors warrant he's like a temper that I'm gonna be in the environment everywhere the dog is and you know making sure that we protect them from the end of the year to date that that can be fatal for them the eighteen on the vaccine we monitor that and we now that they're safe and efficacious and I just remind people that I know it it's scary I get it scary when people are making decisions about vaccines for other kids at that having seen dog dieting he says it is much scarier and the vaccine and tie distinct urge people to trust that the company the letters that we have looked at that and we shall have acting you're very application I think that people have another major concern they have is all right maybe it's safe but in the reception area right now there's this great Dane it's going to be getting the influenza vaccine and I have my little poodle let in my lap who's all of seven pounds and you're telling me is getting the same vaccine and the same amount of vaccine that just doesn't compute why do we give.

NBA-China standoff intensifies over controversial tweet

WIBC Programming

04:16 min | 2 years ago

NBA-China standoff intensifies over controversial tweet

"So Daryl Morey he's the general manager of the Houston Rockets have put out a tweet the other day basically saying he stands with Hong Kong we stand with Hong Kong and when we all we being a collective as this country should go yep that's right I mean there there's nothing controversial about that right China is a corrupt authoritarian regime they're awful they're terrible and for four years and if you think communism's okay even if you're a Bernie bro for decades China has inflicted immense harm on the American economy either through currency manipulation or intellectual property rights violations whatever there's a litany of things China is a bad dude they're a bad actor there a bad player and the fact that the folks in Hong Kong continue to protest and continue to fight in could you have violence in many cases and acted on them for liberty and freedom to break free of the oppressive Chinese regime there is no question all of us should go get we still in Hong Kong now I'm not saying military intervention I'm not saying anything of that sort but in terms of who you well yeah we should want to people who stand for liberty and freedom who hole I could the U. S. who want to be friends with us we stand with those people nothing controversial about that at all online as you've got billions of dollars at stake when the N. B. A. dulls through its relationship with China the NBA has literally over over a course of time billions of dollars at stake because of the money that China represents to them through having games played over there do merchandising through television and China I code bill of you know words over there in China easy we get this thing over it's called freedom of speech and you can tell Intel the American government to **** off all you want in fact NBA really encourages that you know they awoke people over there in the NBA really educated top flight people they know what's going on you know like lebron James number he was wearing the bait hat in the takers lecture and they got dudes like a great pop of it use the coach of the San Antonio Spurs any at Steve Kerr gonna hear from him in just a second coach for the for the Golden State Warriors they're really woke when it comes to Tromp in the social issues in American their their whole only willing to speak out yeah you can't can't do that over there in China because they they do things like chop the hands off and stuff like that so so NBA's got a got a problem see the problem is NBA courage is the won't guys to speak our right you know lebron pop of the Steve Kerr when it comes to repent on trump for the Republicans or whatever else but now they get this do Daryl Morey who says basically what every American should think regardless of political party which is we stand with people who are at liberty and freedom the new gatt China that accounts for billions of dollars and China has already said we can't up your hands on but we can cancel your pre season games V. from being aired on Chinese state television which is what has happened so what do you do if you're the NBA well there was a time in this country where it was country first there was a time were being an American and standing for something meant something and that meant we would tell China okay fine you don't want our product is our backs and were big enough for the National Basketball Association there are more important things than money or or not anymore my friends because not only is the NBA refusing to say that and by the way this is only going into one of two ways because again China eighteen ****

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A New Century Series for the Air Force?

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

07:12 min | 2 years ago

A New Century Series for the Air Force?

"Jen do s you the managing editor for defense and space. I'm here with Pentagon editor Lee Hudson and defense editor Steve Trimble and we are coming off the Air Force Association's Association's Annual Air and Space Conference Twenty Nineteen while they're Lee and Steve interviewed the Air Force's acquisition position chief will roper so they had a very interesting conversation to admits from that which we will share with you you today on this podcast Steve. Can you set up some of your conversation regarding the Air Force's future Lider the program right okay so the important thing to start off with is that Dr Roper unveiled or is revealed at the at the vent this week his his concept for the digital century series within the next generation air dominance program and to impact all of that next generation Schnur dominance is basically what the Air Force started working on in two thousand sixteen looking at what would replace the F twenty two after twenty thirty has gone through several evolutions over time where it started out as a family of systems anchored by like get next generation fighter a sixth generation fighter something that was kind of similar in in in sort of conceptual approach to an F. twenty two but applied to what it would look like in twenty thirty two something that Roper wh is promoting you know especially over the past year is this this century series model when he discusses that and you're going to hear that a bit on this clip from our interview our exclusive interview that Lee and Lien I had with is a reference to this progression of fighters that emerged in the nineteen fifty s starting with the F. One hundred proceeding through the to the a four point. Oh five and finally the six all were produced within probably four or five years you know going through a design development and production process I think they were all produced essentially hundreds of aircraft some more than others and with with sort of a checkered in you know history in terms of of success which we touch on in the interview but you know we really what you're going to hear. Row Dr Roper talking about is his vision for digital for for setting up a digital century series that is focused based on creating digital models engineering models and and actually a whole new aircraft production system that is is really quite different than how the space industry is set up to work today so we can hear a bit of that in this clip. That'll queue up right now now so yes. There are a lot of things from history that we could look at at the F. One seventeen is it's a great example of an airplane that was built rapid way to meet an immediate need in a lot we can learn from it and we could easily call aw what we're trying to achieve within gather digital f. one seventeen nearly downside of that as a single airplane move under it is interesting about this series period which is not the but thorough multiple vendors were multiple types of aircraft that that were designed Nick for production by by all pilots not just an exceptional vile sued trying to design a baseline respond pilot that can be formed by everyone clearly not all aircraft successful debate series was actually successful endeavor we don't reference to let's say we want to return to that in terms of results more than curious returning where we need multiple multiple types of aircraft currently no rapidly that are built with a mindset that production maybe necessary and that they'll need to the in flown joining combat not just billed as an experimental system. I don't think that's that's why adding digital to the front should is not something different digital engineering open systems modular architectures and then finally digital engineering do creative for Maradona's the building systems and it brings in to the aviation world what has existed in the automotive for years Toyota and many other Ottoman and auto manufacturers at focused on creating a better car building process and then are now going cars with it. We want to do the same thing with aircraft you want to build a better aircraft process and build the aircraft and we if we do that. We'll see a lot of the same benefits. The automotive industry is saying that will get designed shops design companies that focus making aircraft have noticed actually manufacture them. I'm and mass beyond the moldable we think we'll be able to do small batches without paying a premium for the design and the learning curve round to to get to a production aircraft that has all the kinks out of it and finally be able to do modernisation very rapidly offered action and the production line as a hot micro small teams came with a hard tooling without large facilities back to the design boutique in aviation view that as being very similar to the nineteen forties or small teams with great design principles to build an aircraft and now all these digital tools even the aircraft so complicated complex the digital digital tools the Holy Trinity referenced Irons All of that flag so we can get back that earlier era on and I've seen enough examples from industry three to prove to need this is a bet worth making a risk taking so now in GATT and provides an opportunity security so the difference between and Gab before versus now is not the aspiration to build aircraft technologies that might be useful to put on it. It's building a better aircraft building process and the trying to realize the benefits instead it with gifts and among those small quantities that can spiral rapidly integration into the design because of the open open architecture and then finally lowering the sustainment of cost is a digital tools also allow you to attack a life cycle cost of the

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"gatt" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

07:24 min | 2 years ago

"gatt" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Seven sixty KFMB right man we want to talk to you because man I've been talking and talking and talking right now your cells yes and we're gonna to but we like to be good at talking with you give us call as well because there's so much going on in new gadgets and prospect great it is so everybody's looking into you know at what age do you get your kid a phone what do you put on it to do you track do you just let him be okay start with at what age should can I kid or should a child have a smartphone my son's eleven he wants one but I got I gave him an old one with no sim card the problem is at least with apple products without a sim card I can activate any the apple features so we can't do the things he wants which is tax people and facetime call and all that you have to actually have a sim card in but he loses almost everything I give him instantly so there is no way she's gonna gatt expensive smartphone because he won't have it more than a day or two before he breaks or loses it so other people out there I'd love to hear from you yeah calling about this so Matt Matt's got his point on that and well taken because I've seen kids as young as you know eight all right ten and and there's all kinds of reasons why one safety I something happens I need them to be able to call me you I get that if they need a ride or just you know whatever it is right others are like no I didn't grow up with one they don't need one when they can earn enough in their allowance or doing odd jobs and they can buy their own phone we can have one so if they lose it you know they got to buy another one right on that's what some people do to solve the hard to work at eleven all I know yeah what do you do in fact you were asking me when he died we can go get a job in a civil used to be fifteen or sixteen or younger but now I think you got to be eighteen most of the time to go work I don't know there used to be where you could get it signed off by your school yeah work work permit yeah you can be eighteen now so what kids do because I was teaching the guitar store when I was fifteen you used to be able to but yeah probably insurance won't insure anyone under eighteen in most jobs since most job sites won't allow that because insurance won't cover those people to one step forward two steps back pretty much so that leaves social media influencer you should start in the those are possible and then you can go make money as a kid doing those things if you wanna be shallow and horrible radio engineer radio engineer this I mean he we've talked many times about the number of jobs just are going to exist between the time someone learns the skills and the time they're able to practice the skills Turner which do the old days it was mowing lawns you can lose it you could get it done I don't know odd jobs around the neighborhood if anybody I'll pay you some people do jobs around the house and get a little allowance yeah that's what we do there's trash to be taken out as much kids kids are interested in technology so it's like okay so when should a child I have their first cell phone he's a good kid job help grandpa unscrew his laptop really right that's right and then when should they have their own laptop or whatever in most schools a lot of schools now are given yeah that's the other one I'm thinking about is he starting middle school at what point do we start looking at a laptop so you know I mean he's already asking quite a bit to use the we we have like a room with a computer and he wants to use at all time so at some point into a laptop but then do we track kid how to we sort of keep an eye on what's going on right a lot of time to complain like dad how come I can't get this thing on on Netflix but you can watch and I'm like because your kid and that's why but they don't see the world like that because the internet's not divided up in to things like that so the speed at which kids grow up if they're exposed to things like the internet I think it's a lot faster than it used to be because it it what they see as other kids on YouTube and and frankly when my oldest son Austin says he's going to watch TV in his room a hundred percent of the time it you too it is never a television program it is never a TV station of any kind it's always used to go the world's moving away from the right and and I'm like well what do you watch other skaters fishing videos needs like sneaking on golf courses fishing and golf course that's great you know you know my other son he's more Khan academy and like he's learning on there but he decided like friends we watch like every episode of friends over the last couple months it's just weird stuff like that I don't know what you do because it used to be kids having kids sectioning tested kids stuff on and you'd say go get on your bike and don't come back till dark go do kids stuff given the internet first started it was a lot less dangerous it was right way more safe and glazed college stuff yeah and there are some kid size happy puppy dot com was yeah first old school kids sites yeah and there was learning stuff on there and learn how to count to learn how to read and learn how to do these educational game for sure it's funny my kids are doing this well my older one because he's not as happy with schools doing this dance because then the website that he has to use for school stuff is all based on flash and he knows it flashes dad at the end of this year so he doesn't think he'll have to do is math website anymore because it's all flash based it's not funny you are my comments in the interesting take on that all right it's tough yeah I don't know what you do though you're right so go ahead weird yeah I kind of cut you off and I stopped you on the the phone thing because I was really curious what people thought but people are not thank you for calling so now how should spam call random people because poor money here we can discuss that's when we get yeah right yeah I like it I will take a break in a second here but think about some other things that we can talk about with technology and as they relate to what do you have in your house what do you want what your kids do you can your kids get in trouble on your Google or Alexa devices can they get and you know territory don't want him to well here's a good one so I'm looking to change careers change jobs and my son has decided to put his name on my Google account so when I sign into my Google account says hello Austin okay well I want to change it back to my name because half the job sites in places like companies you sign in with Google sign in with Facebook well I can't go apply for a job as Austin and so I said Google change my name no you change it too many times you have to wait three months to make no no that's actually my name I own my name I'd like my account to have my name they are bruised and there's no one to call a Google the stony nominalist say Hey I got a story about and we'll talk about let's take a break all right when we come back we'll take some phone calls one eight hundred seven six zero two F. and be one eight hundred seven six zero five.

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"gatt" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"gatt" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"On the DIY network. Check your listings today. Gave he talks about a problem. All realtors face. You have a GT out in the lobby and so forth. And one of the things that always cracks me up the house, hunters out, and the two people will absolutely want to different things as really what do you do when somebody one person's telling you, I want a one four thing all the way across the other person wants to, you know, two or three levels that kind of thing. What do you do that? So funny because it happened so much actually did a mean on my Facebook page. That was, like, when the husband and wife finally agree. And it was like the silly like hands up in the air because that's how it feels sometimes they're actual times that I'm walking through property. They are not on the same page, and I literally walk away. They just kind of look at the backyard and let them work that out. And but I also have been working with people for so many years that I can assess it. And that's actually part of my job. And people don't know that in real true, that don't know how to do this or not very good. Realtors. You have to properly assess what is your motivation? What is most important to them? And all sometimes just ask them directly when I feel like they're just all over the place. What actually is in the top five things like that? It needs to have dealbreakers figure out there in, then it helps me better assist them. So if they're all over the place, I get them to focus and I just asked the questions that are inciteful that I've been asking for years, that are incredibly helpful that it helps them helps them actually come to the realization what it is that they want what's important to them. And what's not in that usually helps mitigate create a bridge between husband and wife, but if they eventually do, and they'll have still when I see that again, another kind of marriage counseling session, like okay. Well, what, what really matters here. What matters? More. And, and then you can also by hearing their conversation, you can assess it, you can help them out, and at the end of the day, you wanna make everybody happy. So they'll only be happy, if they know that they're getting what they want to have to first identify that you can find out more about JD yet, duty real estate dot com. She's spells it. GATT wi- more with the multi talented team of Linda or Mark, Stephen kindle in just a few moments. You are listening to Vegas. Never sleeps, Stephen Manji nationwide on the biz talk radio network..

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"gatt" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

12:47 min | 3 years ago

"gatt" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Welcome back Dr GATT onto the dogs on pet life radio. So Dr Brisson is with me today to talk about five ways to know when it's time to say goodbye, welcome, Dr Boyce on. It's great to be here. I you know, I always love coming to talk to you about our furry canine patients. Well, I love having you and I love the area that you are passionate about not, because it's particularly I don't know wonderful, but because it happens to all of us that love animals. They just don't live long enough. So if you love a dog you're going to reach the end of their life, and I wanna provide some guidance for people out there that are listening, and I want to explore some of the ways to know when it is time to say goodbye. So what do you think is number one way to start to know? It might be time. So the first thing that is so important. And this is important not. Just for when it's time but for or any kind of problem with your dog is to know what their normal behavior is, and no when there are changes pets don't often give big signs that something is wrong. Sometimes they just stopped doing the things that bother them. And we don't really notice because we see them every day or were really busy, my dachshund, who had coveted dysfunction, which is in a doggy Alzheimer's. He was sleeping something like twenty two or twenty three hours a day. But it happened so gradually that even though I work from home. I just didn't notice because it just crept up on me. One day I was actually home, and he hadn't moved the entire day that I was working from home. And I thought, wow, that's really weird. And then it kind of clicked in. Oh, gosh. She's been sleeping so much. And I just didn't realize it. Yeah. And it does sneak out because the right there and there with you, and you're busy. And, and so I always advise my clients to really pay attention and be really tuned in to what's going on. And. Not to hide their head in the sand because they kind of know that these are important questions. So yes, changes, yes, and also changes for Dodd's, especially if their dogs that go for a walk or get let out in the backyard. If you notice that those walks are getting shorter or they're getting tired faster or they're not as eager to, to get their leash. Their harness. Put on those are all signs of that can be signs of pain. Those can be signs of breathing difficulty if they're, they're suddenly panting, when they're indoors in the AC is on, and that doesn't make any sense. Anything new or different is worth getting checked out. That's often the way that we find diseases early as when we pay attention to any changes that they have. So if someone out bear has a job that has been diagnosed with a terminal disease, and they know and they're on this journey. What do you think might be some other things besides noticing some subtle changes like changes in appetite? What else do you think they might want to watch for? So I have kind of my five things that are quality of life issues that are kind of bare minimum for quality of life. And those are we want them to eat. We don't want them to vomit that food up. We want them clean and dry. We don't want them to be in pain. We don't want them to be anxious or afraid and then beyond that we want them to still love and hate all the things they usually love and hate, and they need to have more good days than bad. So that's kind of my bare minimum for quality of life in pets. And so when we have pets that are vomiting all the time, or having diarrhea all the time now, some heads have chronic diarrhea, and we manage that and they're comfortable, and that's great. But if they're having enough vomiting diarrhea, that they're losing weight. So they're unable to get the nutrition that they need that needs to be addressed and something else with that is that's messy. That's unpleasant. So if they're having accidents in the house, and the owners are getting stressed about that and medication is not helping than we really need to consider whether we would want to live with those same symptoms. Vomiting all the time and having diarrhea all the time and not being able to, to consume or keep food in their body. That's miserable. And so, I know if I was vomiting every day, and having diarrhea every day, I would be questioning whether I really wanted to stay around on this earth. So we need to, to look at that and kind of ask ourselves would we wanna live the way that our pet is living? If the answer is no, then we either need to address that with some hospice, and palliative care, or we need to consider saying goodbye. Well, that's perfect so eating being number one hundred list I love to eat and food is joy and friend, it is I say, I work out so that I can eat. You too. Yeah. I own so that I can eat cheeseburgers. That's exactly. And so, but I think dogs are that way too. I mean, I you patients that are not really food motivated, but I would say for the most part, if you find the right food most dogs really love to eat, and I also am not a big fan of throwing up. Diet throw up. So if I if I have a stomach virus, and nothing can help me and it, it just went on and on and on. That would be a quality of life issue for me. So I think what you're saying is that it might be for your dog to definitely and boy, we are peas in Potter. We every time you do a podcast. We find out where exactly alike. I'm severely a metaphor or vomit. Phobic, so anything I can do to avoid vomiting. I'm right there. The other thing I wanna bring up real quickly is that some people will tell me while he's not ready to be Houston is because he's still eating and a lot of my canine patients go out. I mean I put them to sleep and they've got food in their mouth, 'cause I usually spoil them rotten on their last visit and they choose whatever they want. So don't use that as your yardstick on because there there's plenty of distress and suffering that can happen, even if a pet is still eating, and so it's definitely quality of life issue. If they're not eating on, especially if they're nauseated, if you notice that they're drooling licking their lips lot. Not going to the food dish, like they really want to eat, but then turning away. Let's not to say that they have to be euthanized for that. But if they're on all kinds of medications to prevent that from happening, and they're still struggling I can imagine for a dog being unable to eat but still be hungry would be absolutely lousy on because I know if I was hungry for cheeseburger, but could put in my mouth, I'd be really sad. So we need to make sure we understand that appetite in either direction isn't a an absolute reason for euthanasia, but we do need to know that they can go out still eating and for me that means they're kind of in that zone between too early and too late. And we haven't let it get to the point where they just aren't eating at all. And a lot of by dog patients end stage. Arthritis is the reason we're putting them to sleep and often they have a fantastic appetite because their body from the waist down. That's having a problem, the rest of them is doing just fine. So we're to pays in podcast because that had to be fed, right? I love it. I love it. All right. So, yes, I. That eating is joy for me. And for dogs, a lot of dogs, but I have a basket full of goodies all my patients and even my end of life visits. We ply them with goodies and sometimes they're eating them. And that doesn't mean that we're wrong to make that choice. So I'm glad that you pointed that out because I think that that is important. So you said something else, and I would say it's probably number three on your list. They should be clean and dry. So can you kind of expound on that a little bit sure so dogs if they're well trained? They typically you well and don't have accidents in the house. Some do I have dachshunds? So so we still fight with that occasionally. But, but they know they're not supposed to go to the bathroom in the house. So if they are unable to control and their urinating on themselves or having bowel movements on themselves, and they're getting dirty, especially our big dogs in ninety pound dog, it's really hard to get them up if they're having trouble walking and clean them. And sometimes even cleaning. Them as painful, I recently had a hospice patient that one of our main quality of life issues. Was that she absolutely despised having a bath because it hurt to have a bath. And that was one of the owners lines in the sand if we can't get her comfortable enough to have a bath and stay clean, and dry than we're going to have to consider euthanasia because they knew that she just hated being dirty and smelly but she also hated the opposite of having a bath. So we also, you know, when people bedsores urine Skuld, they can actually you're in, if they sit at long enough can burn their skin. So these are serious quality of life issues, and they don't want to be dirty and messy, and we all think about if we were stuck in bed, and unable to, to get up and use the bathroom, and we were going to the bathroom on ourselves that would be very distressing in, so it's distressing for, for pets often too, and we do have ways we can keep them clean. There are ways to keep them dry. But that's one of one of my big quality of life issues. They need to be comfortable and sitting in urine, or stool is not comfortable. And I think there's an owner component to. And I tell people all the time, you know what your dog wants you to be happy to if you cannot physically keep them clean with your schedule, or your physical limitations, then that's a place where I think your dog wouldn't want you to suffer either. Yes. And if you think about it, if you're working all day, I work all day you work all day, and your pet is sitting at home, and they don't have the ability to move around. We have these big dogs that are down in the rear, and they don't walk while know if they do get up and fall and hurt themselves. Are they going to be sitting for eight hours in pain, because no one's gonna come check on them if they are sitting in urine, or stolen can't get away from it and have to sit in that smelly mess for hours at a time those times to consider that maybe the kind of thing for them would be to let them go. You know, we certainly don't expect you to quit your job and stay home with them all the time. But some diseases for going to, to do hot, this on them properly would require that. And it's okay. Hey, to say, I can't do that or that's not the right thing for my family. Also, if you can't get up and go to the food dish or if they're leg gets tangled in a blanket, and they can't resolve that, that is very unpleasant people in hospice care. Their autonomy is very important to them. The ability to make decisions about their own body is really important. The other big factor is boredom if your pets sits in bed all day long. I mean, if they're snoozing, and they're elderly, that's fine, elderly pets sleep, a lot. But if they're sitting in their bed all day long. I mean that gets boring. I get cabin fever. If I'm if I stay at home for more than like a day or two without going out. I can't imagine these pets that do nothing but sit in the bed day after day after day. And I just attended a lecture at the Avia may conference where they talked about how boredom actually intensifies feelings of paintings -iety, so that's something else to consider. If we can't enrich their lives, then maybe it's time for them to go so that they don't have to sit day after day being bored or uncomfortable. And I think people feel bad and feel guilty that they can't quit their jobs and stay home. But that's not realistic in your dog doesn't want the amount of stress that would be created by you. Quitting your job your dog wouldn't want that. Oh my gosh. Absolutely. I wrote an article, but it's actually a handout that I give all of my clients about what to expect after your pet passes and in it over and over again. I say, you know, if you can sleep through the night, because your pet is gone. Enjoy that your pet loves nothing more than taking a nap. So if they can give you that I'm sure they would want to that's something, you know, maybe we can put together for your listeners on that. They can have access to that, that article, but, you know, your pet doesn't want you to suffer for them, and they don't want to suffer for you, either. So I think it's okay if they're suffering on either side that we can't alleviate, it's okay to say goodbye. I tell people all the time, there are plenty of things that are worse than death. And we as humans especially here in the United States feel like there's nothing worse than death. But, but. Suffering is far worse. And so if we can let them go and avoid that suffering. It's okay to say goodbye a little early. So you said something else that is on your top five list, that things that they love and the things that they hate can you go into that a little bit for me. Sure perfect. Example, is my dachshund who had cognitive dysfunction. He loved me. This dog was on my lap in my face trying to lick my nose with his stinky, dachshund breath all the time and with the cognitive dysfunction. One of the things that happened was, he didn't want to be touched on not just by me, but by anyone and it got to a point where he would actually nip it me if I tried to touch him, now, he was on pain medication. I knew we had because he was old in our threat, and he was a Doksan. He has a bad back, but I was treating all of that. So he just part of the part of his brain that loved me wasn't there anymore?.

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Luminary's launch troubles

The Vergecast

02:25 min | 3 years ago

Luminary's launch troubles

"Luminary tweeted this thing it's a whole story where basically they said podcasts don't need ads. And that's when the industry really turned against them because they're like we do need ads. That's how we support ourselves. Like, how dare you say this? We all know have one hundred million dollars in venture funding to fund our shows. So that was kind of so inker hinted at that. But then they go because luminaries business model is new unproven in frankly opaque in how it plans to monetize. It's free tier? We are being especially cautious regarding the potential to automatically distribute anchor creators content without knowing exactly how it will affect their podcasts. Okay. So that seems imply that before the sing launch. Everyone's like, oh, you're gonna try and yank off the free tier, and that's gonna kill us. Yeah. The it sort of suggests. That yet. When I got that statement, I was kinda confused because I was like what what could they do to the shows that would impact craters like if you have ads built in you know, what would they do would they like try to add more ads like I was really confused about it. Let's just run through this real quick of Haluk podcast typically works so typically like the verge cast is hosted by hosting provider toasted Morales, and if a listener wants to listen to the show that player Ping's the server that hosts our show, and that's how it works. And then that hosting platform is able to tell the creator the IP addresses which helps them nowhere. People are located and what type of device they used to access the show. And like sure how they did it that's really as much data as podcasters GATT right now except sometimes with apple podcasts, you can get like data. How far in people? Listen, they're they're starting to write a little bit more that the players are starting to get a little more interesting, but like from the hosting provider. Right. So luminary it came out today that is using it is using a proxy server. So it's actually adding an extra step to that. So instead of the listener clicking play the player going to the server where it's hosted what's happening on luminaries. You're clicking play. You're going to luminary server, then luminary server is painting the server where your show is hosted and it's bringing back which luminary said today so people were in. I mean, a tizzy everyone is up set about this because well for one it seemed that there were copies of their shows living on luminary servers. That's not what happened truly was just a proxy server.

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"gatt" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"gatt" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"And they will love you for it. They'll stay with you longer. They're more loyal. They're not moving around. Because quite frankly, if their landlord raises the rent NAFTA move, and now they're moving fifteen miles away from employment. They're going to start looking for other employment, regardless of how much they love their employer. So you know, it to your to do everything you can like I, you know, I haven't please I've got Twenty-three employee's. I want to do whatever I can to help them become homeowners. And the reason for that is it helps them, but it also helps me make some more stable. I know they're going to stay with me longer. And they're going to be loyal for a longer period of time. So near listening to this radio station, and you truly want to help people become homeowners. Please. Pick up the phone. Give us a call for oh, seven two three zero six five nine nine. Orlando is done this that you won't talk. Chris got a refi question for you. I'd love to talk to Chris. Go ahead. Chris thanks for calling. Question. My wife my home for twelve years program. Got the refinance done on it to thirty two thousand dollars over here. No finance charges. Just sitting there by itself, we will one nine on the house excited about one eighty one ninety high on the end on the high side. Of course, they're not reporting the mortgage famous for the past seven eight years because of the bankruptcy the wheel upset picket about one hundred forty hundred forty two thousand it's tight about one eighty. It would be a good time to refinance the home in these new rules. Couple upgrades based we're not planning on selling it, mama. Gatt bought the house next door. We're going to own both homes. So it's kind of a win win situation for the neighborhood dot going anywhere. What type alone? Do you convention percent interest rate risk? Oil what type of loan? Do you have FAA conventional? Conventional refinance the conventional started out at two three and four point seven five the next forty eight years, I believe because they went to forty on the harp. Are you paying? Excuse me. Are you paying any PM? I, sir. No, sir. No. It's up. I wanna lick listen here. Here's the thing that you're going to get from the loan arranger that you're not gonna get for most lenders. I an and people look at me like, I'm crazy. I will generally discourage many people from re-financing if it's not truly in their best interest. So your situation is a little bit more unique, but not entirely uncommon. I before I would tell you what to do. I wanna look at your entire situation to make sure that it benefits you personally, because if it doesn't make a lot of sense, then don't do it. Refinancing continue a little bit of equity. There's no point in you tuned up your equity, if if it doesn't make any sense. So let's look at the situation. Let's look at the balance is let's look at what you want to pay off in the home improvements. You wanna make make sure you've got the equity position to do it. It.

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"gatt" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"gatt" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"For the next twelve months or somebody last Saturday, fifty six hours a month on the next twelve months. I mean, how whatever you wanna do. But just pick up the phone right now and say I wanna be a part of it today. I'm not just going to care. I'm going to do today. Eight three three eight five zero baby. And this is the impact that you're gonna make. I thought that I was pregnant I was having a of issues at work. So it really was not a great time to be pregnant if you will. And it wasn't planned, and I wasn't married, and I was terrified. And I didn't know what to do, you know? So the first things at that point my life. I was like what am I going to at the time? I was I was twenty four, and I you know, I didn't know what to do with the baby at that time. My dad was in jail, actually. And he was coming off of being on drugs. Must of my life. I was trying to get ready for him to come home and help him stay clean. That was like, my main focus was Mark and my father. So now, I got baby on the way. I was thinking about getting an abortion. I mean, I was devastated. I didn't know I didn't know how to deal with not keeping a child. I didn't let alone wasn't even ready for one. I was just an emotional rank. And eventually I made an appointment with her, and I came in and had an ultrasound, and when I came in and I heard the heartbeat for the first time that everything. You don't think about anything like that? You only really thinking about yourself and you hear that heartbeat. And then you know that somebody else's. Several twin heartbeat undecided. Dot is about to be thirty. When I got here how strong Barbie with. I feel like she was supposed to be here. You know? And it didn't matter what anybody else told me. It didn't matter if you know people like you can't afford a baby right now. What are you gonna do with the child? None of that mattered anymore. You know, what I'm saying all that mattered was how was blessed with ability to carry life inside of my body. And that big this to be here for something, you know, to me to entre sound was the best part because up until that point. I did not think about anything. But myself, I didn't think about the bus that I was giving. What was inside of me what I'm saying to me. That was perfect going through the whole process was beautiful. You know, and I had to go pretty much everything by myself. But it was so amazing because I wasn't how myself I someone with me on time on top of the GATT child. You know, I don't know where my life would be without it if I could ever tell you to. Think again, or maybe, you know, if you don't know where the money's going to come from. Because the midst of all that I ended up with my job. I had no money coming in it actually mind employment stopped. A week before having a thing. So I had no money literally. By the grace of God. I got a room full the friendship that have stuff that I've gotten into the baby shower that I still have to this day at three years old blessings come from kids being here may be surprised that she went will happen in the way the doors got him. Swing complete with us. Let him do his pay like for me. I got to hear how strong heartbeat wet. It's how solid it was. And how improvable it was like there was nothing. I could do to make that not happen. Unless I guests, you know for me. Call right now. Eight three three eight five zero baby. Eight three three.

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"gatt" Discussed on The goop Podcast

The goop Podcast

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"gatt" Discussed on The goop Podcast

"Alone raising a child, and you want to be in a partnership that person needs to understand what your goals are that you're not putting stay at home parenting on the table. That's not a card that you know, you're gonna figure this out. So I'm you might be listening and some people are like, but but the but the money, but it's so expensive and childcare and it. Is it has been a math? You have to do the math. But I don't think that it's fair to say to yourself. Well, thirty two years old. I'm a teacher. I make thirty thousand dollars a year daycare is thirty one thousand dollars a year. So that's it. I'm out what what that's terrible. You know? I feel terrible for these women who feel that that is what their life comes down to is one thousand dollars. That's such a short term perspective. And by the way, you're a teacher. You probably have a master's degree. You're experienced don't you think that means something, you know, you have a teacher for all of these years. But there are other industries that will reward you handsomely for the experiences that you have for the education that you have for the energy that you have for the stick to it nece that you have explored those opportunities. I just interviewed a mom who is now the breadwinner and her family Upper West side equals expensive, four kids equals forget about it. How does she afford this? But she was a teacher. And she told me a story. About how she was at the grocery store in her late twenties with two kids only at the time and her credit card GATT denied and then the second credit card got denied, she's calling your husband in tears. I have to buy this food. This is the food we need to make our dinner. So gimme a card. Give me a number. I got a swipe something. So fortunately, something went through. She went home and made to promises to herself one. I'm never gonna run out of money to never going back to the grocery store again. And to this day. None of those things have happened. Again. She took her education background, teaching background and parlayed that into consulting consultancy were now, she goes in and coaches administrators and teachers all over the city all over New York on how to enhance their educational experience for their kids brilliant. This was something that she kind of started as more of a side hustle to kind of get some social proof get confident. And then she was like, you know, what I'm just going to dive deep into this. And she did it with credit card debt, by the way. And she said even Isla was in debt kept spending money to invest in my licensing and certification to be able to do this. But she had a plan, you know. And I almost like we joked, I'm like, you're you basically have to work at a deficit sometimes to be able to get to a net positive, and that seems impossible like no way when I have kids, I can't take those risks. But again, she thought long-term and today, she has four kids. Right. She's the breadwinner. She's never been back to the grocery store. Her husband does that. And I just think I love this story because it captures everything I think we've just tried to talk about which is like..

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"gatt" Discussed on I Don't Get It

I Don't Get It

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"gatt" Discussed on I Don't Get It

"That's GATT, IT dot Robin, Hood dot com. Okay, guys. Well, right now, we're gonna call our last person Steve. So this was I so when I scheduled this I believe that he was in the pool. They called it the Farrell's ice cream parlor crush so farewells. Crash. And I was like, okay. So maybe it was like a company had a lot of their people on this airplane crash. Behold. It was actually a jet in a show an air show that lost control and rammed into an ice cream plant one, but two places one of them being ice-cream parlor filled with kids. It was the highest was like the highest rate of fatalities on the ground as part of an airplane crash because about fifty people on the ground died from this thing just below ING through it. I screamed so there yet he was seven at the time. But he remembers it vividly and his mom died was he in ice cream parlor in the lead who's on the ice cream parlor. So he was soon. While already. Okay. We have Steve on the line. Hello, steve. Thank you for calling. So Steve I have now come to learn that the plane crash that you are involved, and you were not on the plane you were in an ice cream. Parlor is that correct crew? So I know that you lost your mom at the age of seven in this accident kin is it so motion to talk about or you just so young that it's it's easier than you would benefit were little older. It's actually not a it's. Recalling the event is like recalling a scene in the movie because it children children. Don't attribute a lot of the emotional ours. That we get as a note because we don't see the events in the same way. And it what what was funny, and I really came into perspective on the fortieth anniversary when the firefighter burn in it, which was came about because of one of the fire captains that was in the building with us that had passed and the fire department the guys have gotten together. And that's how they started the Vernita that he see UC Davis hospital. And what happened was was another young young man that was in the accident with me at this event. And he and I were talking about how we both about the same type of recall when we talked about the the series of. Vents? And it was it's just something that because we weren't we aren't tainted by at seven years old all of the other outside stuff that we would had we older. Can you describe that day for us? And how you both for call it. Absolutely. It was it was a it was a really beautiful day. It was sunny day September. It was warm. Our house was up for sale in my mom had been to Farrell the week or two before. So it was a family outing to God of the house because the house was they were doing the open house. So it was it was a fun day. And when we got there, it was extremely crowded, the the places it was it was divided into thirds. And we ended up sitting in the center section. We were..

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"gatt" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"gatt" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Gatting expansion and regional influence week. Did I states commend each of these efforts? We seek for all nations to continue the work that constrain the fall away array of the regime's malign activity, the full speech by the secretary of state. You can listen to it on our website at C span dot org. She's running. That's the word this evening on the expected. Presidential bid of California's Senator Kamala Harris, she's that with a new book and expected to announce her candidacy on or around Dr Martin Luther King junior day, KCBS radio reporting the announcement will take place in Oakland. Her book is titled the truths. We hold an American Journey last night. She spoke to students at George Washington University. And now Senator Harris, I would like for you to read this. That's underline. Okay. Let's not throw up our hands. When it's time to roll up our sleeves not now, not tomorrow, not ever years from now, our children, and our grandchildren. We'll look at each of us, and they will lock there is without. And they will ask us a question. And that question will be where were you at that inflection moment? And what I know all of us will respond is we will say we were all here together. And we will tell them what we did at this moment. We will tell them the action. We took we won't simply tell them how we felt we'll tell them what we did. And we will be proud to do that. And so my final question to you Senator Harris when your time comes when your God, children and grandchildren. Ask you. What did you do? Will your response be?.

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"gatt" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"gatt" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Jason GATT hasn't done that it's got to be something at stake Pearl off for Jason Garrett. Yeah. But he made the playoffs this year. He survived years where he hasn't made the playoffs. So why would this be the year to cut ties they won the NFC east? They seem to be young and building something. Are you? Sure, you want to change course. Now, you just pick them the possibly go to the Super Bowl. Yeah. So they got something working. Right. But if they lose this is what I'm saying. Yeah. If they go up there, pretty big favorite. I mean, it's it's not a huge line in that. But pretty close it's close, but they're playing home Elliott's healthy it look that's different team since Mark Cooper came over Cooper disappeared. The last month of the season. Right. I lot of experts taken the Seahawks. I think Russell Wilson. At the end of the day is not gonna lose Dak Prescott. So you don't think anything's? It's daycare for Jason Garrett. I don't but I'll tell ya. Other other other people are talking about that that's out there. Now. No. I don't think this is a year you building something, you know, you had this great young defense as Egill Elliott's playing well Prescott. Look good and week seventeen. And meaning 'less game. I at some point you got to win. That's all that's all. I believe in you in your at home. You've got a top running back. You've gotta top defense and the wide receiver. You got to win got to win at least one playoff game. I mean, look the the coaching ranks the good coaches are probably going to be gobbled up the next couple of weeks. But there's somebody out there that Jerry Jones really likes be Josh mcdaniels or even Mike McCarthy. Go out and make a big splash with the former Packers coach got to win. Gotta win playoff games. One playoff win for Jason guar-. You got to win playoff games you aware when you talk about the Dallas Cowboys everything gets amplified. So people are out there. Yelling you probably right now. You said a the Cowboys might make I have a chance to be that wildcard team. You'll be Jason Garrett should be in trouble. If they lose these are the retakes Cowboys in my mind as much as any team in that wildcard mix have a chance to make the Super Bowl best chance to make the Super Bowl because of their running game, and because their defense now a lot of things have to fall into place. I don't want to go to L A and try to win against the Rams. I don't want to go to New Orleans and try to win in the dome against the saints. So stacked against them. But because of those two factors because you can control the pace of the game. Now, if put it this way per. If Jason Garrett goes out and throws the ball forty times. Is that not a problem make strategically you wanna coach that's making the right call forty carries? Should go to Zeke Elliot the game like this unless you're down by twenty points. But this should be all Zeki Elliot all the time against the Seahawks. Yeah, you're probably not going to be down big against Seahawks. Not not a great offensive. Not a great defensive team either. So there I wonder if we have a guy who's cutting everything you said, and it's gonna pull it up on Monday. Even if you're not here that's possible. I think you have someone. Okay. Great open fodder for us today. So I try to provide content content provider for this program, your content generating machine trot at this point what the oldest thing that goes back with seven eight years Spain Estaban his stat is the. Yeah. That would have been like, oh, wait, a maybe well with when was the Rubio draft because that was a big deal for us draft was two thousand ten eleven what he was draft the same year Steph curry was drafted. So whenever that I almost want to say Spain his stack this from the attic days, but. Maybe not maybe that might be a little bit that might be a little older Spain his while staying stack. I mean. I like to know what else I said after that. But that go onto I think first of all Spain his stack. I mean there are team with you know, several NBA players. They've had sized skill frontline alone with both tall brothers and Horrigan Muhoza there..

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"gatt" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"gatt" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"And then you'd go on a gradual decline, the only person who really had like this, you know, who's entered into this sort of modern era and has been Brockman late thirties. Peyton Manning led for next surgery. So we don't know when it's going to go girl, though. And so we don't know where to go breeze Brady all of these guys. So I think if you're the Steelers right now and you're looking at the salary cap. Antonio Brown goes from eight million to twenty two million just next year in this offseason. Okay. If you trade him it goes down to eight I think and then the the new team picks up like after July thirty third. And so, you know, I just think that you you you have to think long and hard about committing to Rothlisberger for more than so that's my question a year. I'm starting their everyone's like global the GATT gotta get rid of Antonio Brown. It's like are. We sure are we sure the move isn't actually to think about can you trade wrath? This burger to a contender. It's the same campaign either way, I would ignore it and go all in a one more year because I just thought everybody with everybody with everybody. I don't think you're gonna get a better shot. I I don't I think it's premature to tear it down. I think you say guys figure this the hell out. I don't know what's going on in. Tony again. Tony Brown has done this before he's gone AWOL three times. Apparently, according to Pittsburgh post gazette article. So I think you're not gonna get fair value. Here's the thing you might give fair value for Rothlisberger though, what's fair value for out this burger. If it's a team that feels like it's pretty close needs the veteran QB for three years. I mean three even gonna get three replacement for him because they've never jabbed. Jackie Mason off. That's not. I don't Jones was cut. They I mean, there's not a lot. But they don't have a Jimmy Garoppolo. I don't think it's realistic to think that you can actually win the Super Bowl Ben Rothlisberger anymore. If he's if he's the heart team, that's my expert opinion. Okay. I I think that with the right talent around him. You can't. With. But what's the right talent? And didn't he just have the right town? Well, I think that if you had had levian bell under decent contract. They've aged the time has passed them by it. They just had their window. They had the killer bees. And they didn't get to a Super Bowl is incredibly disappointing their witnessed. I mean last year was really the year where you had all the weapons everybody's under the right contract their thirteen and three shazier thing. I mean, I think maybe thing her. Yeah. Oh, yeah. You're right. I go. Well, the year before they got killed by the pats on that last round. Pats are good that that game wasn't close. I don't know if you look into this pets, pretty good. They wonder if it makes sense to just get rid of everybody and just throwing that next year after next year. This leads me into buying a Tonio brand question. Okay. Here all the best wide receivers of all time by by yardage. Okay. Jerry Rice, the goat doesn't count. He's immune from the conversation has Larry fits second. Never win the Super Bowl ragent by the yet. I still feel like he's going to have a Cup of coffee with the pets..

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Mind the gender pay gap

FT News

11:09 min | 3 years ago

Mind the gender pay gap

"Compulsory for UK companies with two hundred and fifty or more employees last year. But those hoping to see swift action from employers to narrow the gap will be disappointed financial times analysis of the data launched in April. Twenty eighteen reveals the GATT belly had shifted from the previous year, Sarah Connor discusses the findings with Sarah Gordon of business editor and Alexandra Vishnevskaya. He's been crunching the data. Alex. Can you tell us a bit about what the latest data telling us truth be told that data shows that there hasn't been much change? The median peg up shifted just a tiny little bit from Iran. Eleven point eight percent last year to around eleven percent. This year, the free sectors. We have the largest pay ups have been construction of thirty three percent finance insurance as well as technical activities and those free remained in top positions from last. Yes. Well, Sarah, the whole point of this was it might encourage companies to do something about the gender pay up. So why do you think is actually we're not seeing much change? When I think we should point out first full that this year's reporting exercises in complete. So we've only had under tenth of the employees who will have to report by next April. So that's April twenty nine hundred. So we've looked at what the employees so far have reported. I mean, I think there are probably two answers to the question of why so little has changed number one. Is how useful is this exercise? Really? Oversleep? You can report your number. It can be forty two percent. You have a forty two percent and pay up. But you don't actually have to do anything about it. And I think that the government hoped that employers would be sort of named and shamed by a large number. But that also that employers by looking at the data would start to understand why they had a gender pay gap and start to address it. And that's the second pot the answer because it's quite difficult to change your gender, pay gap as you, and I have joked in the post, they could just give the women ice payrise but addressing the sort of longer term structural reasons behind the gender pay Cup does take time, and that's often. Because of course, there are just lots of men in the more senior jobs and oversee you can't go from nowhere to having kind of fifty fifty absentations at the top necessarily know. And I mean, what last year's data showed us when Alex, and I looked at all the data, and what it showed him, and that is the fundamental explanation for why there is a gender pay gap. It simply because in the top twenty five. Percent. Most highly paid employees men massively dominate and in the lowest twenty five percent there for more women than men. Alex one thing that I've been wondering about is. I mean, come even trust this data have employers actually been doing it in good faith of they've been putting in accurate numbers, though. We should all hope. So whether it's true, we will probably never know it used to found some interesting things in the data haven't either look quite right last year. Our analysis identified a range of analysts in the data. They have persisted into this year with sixteen companies reporting gender, pay gap, which rows two zero and seven reporting that they have exactly equal numbers of women in each of their pay corps tiles, say that that is kind of statistically highly implausible, highly implausible. Yeah, what we say. What would means? It's. But in the past. I mean, I remember cooled some companies up about this last year. Didn't you think Hugo Boss was one was one? But they changed the data raised it. Right. Right. So that's another problem. I suppose this is all completely self reported and other than the brilliant work that Alex and some of her colleagues are doing there isn't really anyone sort of checking whether it's accurate or not in theory. There is I mean in theory, the equality and human rights commission is responsible for ensuring. The accuracy of the day truce was employers compliance with the requirements. The question is they have an extremely small budget to do that work. We don't believe that. There is a definitive list of the employers covered by the legislation. I mean in theory, it's all employers with two hundred fifty or more employees, both private sector and public sector. But the government is not being able to provide us with a definitive list of who falls into that scope. So we have questioned whether the EH or see the equalities commission knows exactly. How many employees should actually be recording the data, and we also question really whether they're actually able to monitor the accuracy of ten and a half thousand employers who reported last year. I mean, they say that they've insured, Alex. You tell them what the Email said that they were hundred sent compliance. So all the companies cope we're supposed to have reported somewhere lights, but they did report apparently. And they've said that when they've identified tonight kisses they followed up with employers and the inaccuracies have been corrected thus avoiding as they put it costly legal action, which is great. But I think the interesting thing about looking now at this year's numbers. And I think that's how we should look at it is this is meant to be a progressive exercises meant to get better. Every year the gender pay up who's went get smaller employment to take more action. I think what we found most interesting so far this year is that we're seeing some of the very same problems with the data this year as we saw last year, and in our colleague, Billy era. Berg has. Started doing somewhat finding at how many employers are the same as the ones that reported us repeat offenders that leads on I suppose to my next question, which is as you say we're in the second year of this. Now, do you get the sense that companies all beginning to take it more? Seriously, as time goes on is there evidence that obviously it's not showing up in the data. But do we think they are actually doing things to try and address this in a long term way? I think there was some companies and some employers is not just private sector who are taking this extremely seriously and really putting a whole range of measures in place to address an improve gender pay up. Not just the gender pay Cup. But the whole challenge of improving diversity in the workforce is much more broadly. It's difficult. There's a relative paucity of evidence to show you what measures most effective with slowly getting to a place where we understand that things like sponsorship worse better than mentoring. We have to be very careful with the language of job adverts, we have to change recruitment processes promotion processes. But yes, there are some companies. Really incredibly serious about making progress on this, then they're all some communist, which absolutely don't think this is important and still don't get the business case for why a more diverse and more equal workforce is in the long-term more profitable workforce. And then I also think one of the other things is two hundred fifty employees is really very small. I mean, we had companies which were reporting in and they've got two hundred fifty one they've really got very small H oil function. It's very difficult when you're in for example, small retailer in the current situation. Frankly addressing your Genta is not necessarily number one on your priority list. Now, the other element of this is what's going on with women brought to the top in leadership positions, but there's been various evidence that actually there isn't been a huge amount of progress on improving diversity on company boards. I is that right? Is that what the research shows? Yes. I mean the latest research. Both globally, and in the UK shows that the rates of progress of women's participation both in the boardroom, and the most senior executive level of companies is progressing extremely slowly. And there's some evidence that in the UK is actually going backwards. So in the footsie three fifty or three hundred fifty largest listed companies twenty seventeen fifteen female chief executives this year. There are twelve female chief executives, and I think that speaks very much to this big problem, which is it's quite easy to promote one woman onto your board. But to have equal representation at the most senior executive levels, you need to have women coming up through the what force in its have a pipeline of executive ready board, ready, women and lots and lots of companies don't have that. I think the problem is is that to be honest. The government's taken it's off the ball particularly here. I mean the country which has shown the most progress recently as France where you've not just have a legislative requirement to increase the. Of women in the boardroom. But you've also had a president who's ready put his money way his mouth is. So he has huge number. I don't I'm not sure it's fifty percent. But it certainly approaching fifty percent of his ministers of women. And you know, you've really got very public commitment from the very top of government. I think as we all know something else is going on them. Not to ask. Why is it Sarah? That's the you have taken. It's I off the ball. But if it was just Brexit fine. But I think the problem is now that there are companies which really don't want to address this. And the question is is the companies where the chief executive gets it. The chairman gets it, and it is still generally a chairman that doing the right thing, they're making progress the companies and the employers that owned the question is do you need some stricter form of enforcement or some more targeted intervention by government. And frankly, this is not a government that appears ready to take such action. One thing that they are doing. That they are planning to ask employers to report their ethnicity pay cups as well as the gender pay gaps. Alec Sasha's wondering given everything that we've learned over the last year or two about how this exercise is gone with the gender, pay cups. What lessons do you think the government needs to learn as they go about asking people to do the same thing for necessity? I think they should start with setting up the process in a way that would allow employers to report meaningful numbers as we know from last. Yes. And all of this the bonus data was reported Progresso, which didn't really help with lazing that they anyway, isn't really helping anyone is transparency from transparency sake. But no, not Michael statistical conclusions can be drawn from that setting it up right from the beginning in a way that allows this to happen in a proper way would be a great one of the things that sit disappointing is that the government doesn't seem to have learned the lessons, even with this loss year's gender pay got reporting, and there are ways in which they could have tweaked the websites and one of the peace. Research that I'll extend which was extremely informative was about the cost of designing the website. So the cost for enforcing the gen pay. Cut regulations is three hundred thousand pounds a year, and Alex what we know about the cost of the website as reported by Victoria Atkins. Costa website was two point four million pounds for design and development, which feels like a steep price website from very quick research online, customized website, design and development of one cost around ten thousand pounds. But I haven't found any estimates that would point to two point four, and we worked out that was what was it about two hundred and fifty pounds per day to record an eight times the budget for enforcing it. Interesting distribution of resources, they're excellent. Well, Sarah, Alex. Thank you very much. Joining me.

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