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Price for Seattle homes continue climbing in one of hottest housing markets in U.S.

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

Price for Seattle homes continue climbing in one of hottest housing markets in U.S.

"In Seattle continues to climb and it's not slowing down. Byers Goebbels Cara costume, It says the Emerald City remains one of the hottest housing markets in the U. S tools are on a mission to buy a house in King County in record time. We're here because our kids were here. The couple just arrived from Texas. We're moving to the Northwest to be closer to family. We had four houses. Five houses picked out that we wanted to see today and they're all pending. Linda and Kevin were originally looking in Seattle. But the demand here coupled with home selling above asking price for sent to reconsider, We've decided to shoot for something a little less expensive. And then knowing that we may have to bid higher in order to get what we want. The current median cost of a house and King County is valued at about $680,000, but in Seattle It's closer to 735,000. The Statehouse has passed a bill that

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"goebbels" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:21 min | 3 months ago

"goebbels" Discussed on WTOP

"Learn more about Dr Goebbels G four implants and schedule a console at our new Tyson's corner office. It's a 38 traffic and weather on the eights, and when it breaks, we're going to Steve dressed her in the traffic set and we're gonna head to Maryland on the Capitol Bell Wing imprint. Storage is counting on the inner loops roughly the same area but a different incident. LEAH phones in to see that just before you get to 4 50 the vehicle fire on the right side as only a single left lane getting by with plenty of Response again. This is in Prince George's County. Inner loopy 44 50. We're finding rubbernecking delays over on the other loops. I keep it moving impossible quite on the Beltway in both directions in Montgomery County. No issues to report and 95 were the BW Parkway between the two beltways and pretty good righty span Word 50 from the Capitol building out to the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. We do have these pound span closed for roadwork, two way traffic panel and set up over the West. Found span. No issues in either directions, Son I to 70 still have the closure on westbound. I 70 all traffic diverted off under route 17 and Myersville that sex Ed 42 for the ongoing crash investigation. If you want to get around the incident and the closure you may want to try to get over to alternate 40 and you can easily get by the incident. Continue your way up the area of South Mountain East Balance. Rude 79. Affected traffic moving well down to the ice 70 to 70 interchange in the Frederick area over in Virginia. Quiet on the Beltway. No problems to report on 3 95 or 95 66, also in fine shape in both directions and a pretty good ride along the G W Parkway. This month at Snell by a full heating and cooling system and get up to $1800 off call 855 49 smell or visit Snell. Heating and air dot com Steve Dress new W T o P. Trap Storm Team 44 Day forecast with mad rapist A few clouds late this evening and overnight tonight it'll be a cold one low temperatures will be near freezing in the suburbs. Bid to upper thirties in this city's for Tuesday during the day, mostly sunny and a little bit milder than today. Hired to be the upper fifties to mid sixties Wednesday, mostly to partly.

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"goebbels" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:18 min | 5 months ago

"goebbels" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The Holocaust real quick? The guy was saying he was going to move home because he didn't like somebody's t shirt or something. You know, I never understood why we have museums and monuments and memorials and every city, you know with the Communists killed 10 million white Christians in the twenties, and we never talk about that at the end of World War two. This was a white Christian nations. Still, and yet we get hit over the head with this Holocaust stuff, you know, Supposedly the Holocaust education is about keeping genocides from happening. But the same language that was used toward the Jews leading up to the Holocaust is being used against white people right now use against Trump supporters using Trump supports. I mean, there was there was. There was a cartoon political cartoon in The Washington Post two weeks ago that showed People like me who had signed on to the who had signed on to the Texas brief as rats. Now it's It's funny if you go back to world to Hitler's time. That's exactly the way general hatred him. Yeah, Hitler, Uh, With the way the political cartoons at that time portrayed Jews exactly the same way. We have got to be very careful. I will say one point is that if you go to Europe, they actually do have museums against communism. We don't have that in this country. I don't know your polling. Yeah, I don't know why. But Poland, Lithuania, all the countries that knew what communism was all about. They have museums. Why don't we have one? Why don't we have a Communist Museum of Communism show people what it was like and we don't. There's a lot of things we don't have, like Freedom Day. But I'll tell you nothing else he could be in there. Show that a lot of current people could occupy their but Joseph Goebbels. A lot of people don't know. He wrote a book and the book was pretty amazing if you read in the book, but Joseph Goebbels Talked about saying Hitler and he advised him Hey was in every meeting with Hitler chosen couples on he died with him allegedly of Hitler died. Yeah. I mean him and his he murder suicide in the bunker with his wife and six Children. Well, Hmm. So Joseph Goebbels was closest the Hitler than anybody on a personal level, and he told Hitler and some conversations. One of the conversations, he told Hitler we have to dehumanize the opposition. Before we destroy them. Yep. And they are dehumanizing us. They're turning us in to smelly Wal Mart. People who eat at the olive garden and were useless and worthless. And now we're interested us that grand mom that took that American flag and that Magda hat and went over on a bus from White Marsh is now a terrorist yet and she'll be a rat and then a political cartoon. You don't get more dehumanized than portray someone as, say, animal, And that's exactly what the left is doing. Nothing left in a conversation with Hitler. Goebbels was telling him about the budget. And he said that my fewer We have enough money in the budget to do one of two things we can either. Pay for the brownshirts to continue on the streets, or we can pay for our radio and newspaper propaganda, and Hitler said Let the thugs raised their own money. Get the radio in the newspapers out there. Knew the difference, right? All right. Here is Senator Johnny Ray sailing himself. Johnny. How you doing, buddy? I well, how are you doing? We're working hard here trying to save America. Well, I want to thank you so much for all that you do on the radio and Congressman Harrison and wife Nicole. I want to thank you for always being the fighter. And being and stepping up because we don't have enough Congressman or senator stepping up right now for our president, or even for our nation, and you're there. And I wish I could be there fighting with you, but I promise you one thing I will be in Annapolis. I will be fighting there and I want to fight for their freedom Data we need to have is a in our nation and the state of Maryland. We need to have that, Johnny. We're gonna let you sponsored me and a so you know Dutch was the first one to call for the impeachment and removal of the president. The first one in our delegation was the true collections have consequences. Johnny Ray, sailing around a great race for Congress. I got a lot of votes. Of course it's ah, Jerry Mander district of it. He would have been. You know, you would have been there on the floor with me. Well, you know, early Thursday morning, Johnny making making the case for the president. He's a younger and he's tough. He could. He could have been your writing E. It's a shame you're good with boxing gloves. He's an athlete. He was a baseball player. Just just to say, you know, whatever it takes. We'll do all the weekend next time around, But we're gonna be in Annapolis next week, and it's again that you know what's going to be a fight. Uh, is going to be a lot of things that I know that the radical was going to be radical, even more so, But I know I'm going to be fighting against a lot of people there and just we need are we need to pray weird. Anything need to praise the nation. We need to get back on our knees and we need to pray. We need to get back to God. But we don't fear any of them out of here, Man. I just your God, but they need to realize that you know there's consequences and everything..

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"goebbels" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:55 min | 7 months ago

"goebbels" Discussed on WTOP

"About Dr Goebbels G for implants and schedule a consul at New Tyson's corner office. Good morning. It's 8 48. Let's get back to Jack Taylor on the traffic center to troubles both now out of the roadway. Thankfully, Virginia 66 coming out of Gainesville, first before suddenly road we'd had a accident or broken down or something was in the left center lane. That got pushed over safely to the shoulder. Then we'd have the original cause of the delay The crash that was after the rest area in Manassas also moved safely to the shoulder. Beyond it. You've got a little delay 1 23 to Netley than wide open inside the Beltway. All the way to Roslyn Beltway inner loop remains little bit heavy Braddock Road toward gallows 95 North founded a dumb freeze toward the 14th Street bridge. Slight delay in Newington and on 3 95. It is a complete top and delay because the trouble going into downtown onto the freeway east that ran to the third Street Tunnel had been blocked with accident activity. Now you will find staying in Virginia. We're good to go on the George Washington Parkway North and South little delays. You approach the 14th Street bridge both ways manner. We super slow, though, in Maryland. Outweigh inner loop leaving New Hampshire Avenue past I 95 the crash clean up that is after Route One College park toward Kennel with Avenue remains along the left side of the roadway, outer loop, little rubber necking, but your lanes are available to 70 been heavy south out of her bandito 109. That's the only slow down between Frederick and the lane Divide. Riggs rode up your university Boulevard in Hyattsville. There was a crash. Also an accident. Bladensburg on 4 50 Annapolis Road near Edmonston Road. Now you're in decent shape is your ride between the Beltway's on 95 in the Baltimore Washington Parkway? No big worries to speak of. Is your ride so far in about on route 4 to 10 North bounds, looking good. Headed toward the Beltway, even north bound on Route five. You'll find without delay. Jack Taylor. W T o p. Traffic. Let's check here with Lauren. Rick. It's Lauren. That sunshine is so pretty this morning. It's gorgeous. Although we are gonna have a few more clouds to the middle part of the day of front of Swiss system is going to sweep through that is.

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Coronavirus in the U.S. - What lessons can we learn from Israel?

People of the Pod

05:54 min | 1 year ago

Coronavirus in the U.S. - What lessons can we learn from Israel?

"Rosenberg is a senior writer for tablet magazine. He's covered elections and multiple countries interviewed. White House officials taken on Cyber Nazis. He's also a regular speaker and commentator on contemporary anti-semitism both online and off but he's also got a softer side for the last five years. He's been composing an original album of chabad melodies. He joins us now from his home in New York where like the rest of us he sheltering in place. Yeah you're welcome to the people of the pod. Good to be here. So let's talk about the hard news. I we are sheltering in place. What lessons can we learn from Israel right now that we should perhaps be applying here in the United States that we aren't doing so now yeah I mean I think that in general if trump look to people who he sees as his sort of political kindred spirits and other countries she would learn a lot about what should be done you know? Britain is doing a complete full lockdown. They're enforcing it with the police Israel today as you know when it through a similar sort of situation where they're basically shuttering all of the non essential things and people have to stay inside and there's limits to how you can go out and all of that and this is draconian and it's hard but if you do it quickly and you do it for a certain period of time. Then you hopefully really mitigate the impact of the virus on your healthcare system and then it can be at manageable levels going forward and then we have time to develop all sorts of mitigation strategies. Stuff that trump wants right. Whether it's you know anti medications that we discover a ten health which we already have or working on a vaccine or figuring out which places in our country we can open. Because it's not as bad but all of these things ramping testing. You just need to buy yourself time to do those things. The stimulus package will help. Don't you think or no? Yeah and there are better and worse versus of a stimulus package. And that's what's congress debating but one of the ways you make sure that you can get through. A lockdown is by supporting businesses in the workers that are being forced by the government. And by this pathogen. Not through any fault of their own. It's not like the banks best over people and then suddenly find themselves in a bad situation. These are people who no fault of their own are getting messed over economically so you want the government to step in and tie them over during that time so that way. They can come back strong when ready to reopen the economy. So that makes sense. So how do you think that the differences of opinion about how to handle this are going to affect the upcoming elections? Do you think it will play a role at all? Oh I mean I have no idea you know this from covering Isreaeli politics but anyone who makes predictions about these things is asking to look like a fool in two months time. Who would have even thought that there would be a global pathogen destroying the global economy two months ago right the factors that were certain signs of it. But you know people didn't know how far it would go and so on and so forth and so I wouldn't say that. That's the deciding factor. I think that trump will obviously be judged on what happens with the vice now if the virus peters out because there are for example competing studies done by very good researchers in the United Kingdom. One of which most policy has been made on the Imperial College Study. Which shows that really suppress this virus? It's GONNA kill millions of people in various countries. Which is why policymakers have made such hard stone calls on these things. But there's another study that came out of Oxford more recently where they said. Actually we think the virus lot more contagious than people. Think and many more people haven't which means that just a Lotta people get an and nothing happens to them. And we know that they had it but also means that it will spread across the country pretty quickly quicker than we thought and a lot of people will be immune and the virus. Will Peter out on. Its own at least for a little bit until we get another wave. Immunity wears off right well to be sure. Asian Americans are suffering the brunt of the prejudice. The blame the cruelty out there having to do with the spread of the virus but there are also a fair share of conspiracy theories bubbling up out. There that no surprise. Blame the Jews. I'm curious what you've seen out there since you monitor this kind of stuff. What have you seen that maybe does surprise you or at least shocks you. And how do you control the spread of that virus? Yeah so you've got to sort of antisemitic. Responses to the virus. One of them is what I always called the goebbels gap which is the amount of time between something terrible happening in the world and someone got away to blame the Jews for it. So that's discussing. Which is that there are people out there. In the conspiracy fever swamps to talk about this being sort of most odd thing or you know Israel operated thing and also other conspiracy theories putting other shadowy actress. So that's out there. And then there's another brand. Which is the sort that just celebrates when Jews die from it and specifically Israelis under the cover that anti Zionism makes it okay to celebrate when random people die right and so you had people after his run out this first corona virus death on social media? This was actually not a small tiny people. It was a lot of people tweeting horrific nasty things like. Let's go when they you know. Israel HAS FIRST CORONA VIRUS DEATH. And of course it comes out of course that it's an eighty eight year old. I think he was. He was eighty years old. The Holocaust survivor. You know wonderful. Lovely amazing human being and a lot of those people ended up looking particularly that of course. If this person was a truck driver it would just as evil right tonight to celebrate that person's death simply because of their nationality right so that's another way that certain people have exposed themselves right in response to the corona virus. And so you know you see both of those things. They haven't been super prominent. I think that one of the things that occur rotavirus world does is that it's sort of overwhelms everything else. So it's one thing if there's a terrorist attack in France and it doesn't affect the vast majority of people in the entire world so there's lots of people around the world who as their pastime could speculate which sadly conspiracy or Jews were behind it. But when like you're actually being actively threatened by the virus you have other things on your mind. You don't have as much time to get into super conspiracy theorizing of course after disasters. That's when people start finding trying to find people to blame and the Jews are always on that list right so that's actually sometimes when you worry

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"goebbels" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"goebbels" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"And the other thing is that I think that that generally we have to come to terms with the fact that the enemy for fairness and justice in the country are not of their you know little of biting group of people I think very often what we think is that if we can take them into court or if we can have a fair hearing in a legislative body and we can get all of the rules are we can get a law then then they'll have to comply with the law then they'll have to follow the rules and we'll have done this and it just doesn't work that way if if things don't go their way with and the established system then they'll go to Russia and have them you know to do with you legally that that's why in the rules as we look at the twenty sixth twenty eighteen election entrance for the se se room one that region in Georgia the government governs the term a lot about what happens in this stays in the tenth via the there's a Mustang Goebbels races margin to one twenty so don't just over top of ticket there's some of the slides down the ticket agreed and we and people must be made aware of that and and understand the importance you know there is you know sort of an interesting thing that happens when Barack Obama ran we got away from a lot of those down about a race is because some of us thought there was one thing to both which is the phrase in the matter it on a local level I remember this yeah I live in watching the secret for twenty five years we had a situation when Meryn bear with me here people just come and go from there because Marion was so popular I was in no you gotta move city council member you have both bodies of offices to that at judge so I think that we're getting back to the point where people like getting the urgency and that and let me just say this we said it before on the show hi y'all we are talking about senses so it is more important than ever that we deal with state legislatures and that is being missed in twenty at Yahoo to twenty twenty no and we but we have to keep him says it now let me also say this people have aspirations run for office we have a wave of women the cities are everybody no need to jump up today and say I'm a rough USA you don't run the other offices other ways to serve build your way up even for Congress rougher somebody state legislators sleeves legislative seats county commissioner hold on that can make a difference was very interesting is that the first black congressman out of Louisiana post reconstruction cleo fields running for his old state Senate seat alright post your point but let me go to Dave daily the the the the usual lines to draw drumming include they drew clear agreement to Congress on the and what about the kind of little pencil all I can say he lost to me that was a the mayor's family when she was a senator I'll never forget that that having been said Dave daily do you think that if people knew because this is a point I think mark that people don't know both marks Trevor then I want you to jump in forever if people knew that Democrats were winning that they are getting millions more votes Abby I think that I think that would be inspiring to us are here I would I think it could fire people update daily and then you Trevor only to look at this and understand it for what it is a decades.

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"goebbels" Discussed on Mentally Ch(ill)

Mentally Ch(ill)

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"goebbels" Discussed on Mentally Ch(ill)

"True feelings that's the that's true you know and like that's why i hate when you know like something in history this happened recently i followed this account on instagram about history and they posted a picture of hitler's what's goebbels guy he's like right hand man at his wedding day and it's not to praise hitler and the sky it's to not erase history because it's what's defining us now the truth it's honest yeah and so someone reported or people reported that picture i don't know how many people it's a huge account as millions of dollars but instagram took it down and it was disappointing it's like why are we trying to pretend history didn't exist so that's what i'm saying with you not wanting to feel guilty about your feelings like if you had the opportunity to take away that person's good fortune you won't you know it's not like that it's just like i just i want to check myself make sure i'm not being just an asshole and i don't i mean like because i have friends who have been successful in it's nice to see what they're doing and and so but yeah and also i'm not competing with them for the same things and that's a lesson you kind of have to learn that's a good point because i was just going to say it is hard if you're seeing your friends get the thing because they get a pizza and you want a slice of pizza and you're over in the corner really hungry now like you know it really like a slice of pizza but i'm happy that they get a vegetarian right what you just said is you're going for something different and so that's good maybe that you don't have the same pizza it does no good to look at somebody else's success and then be pissed off for noida frustrated that you didn't get their thing because everybody's story is different right well you mentioned along time ago but.

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"goebbels" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"goebbels" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"And this amateur hitler really being able to find some professionals like goebbels in order to use the media to enlarge his story and then to build on this nationalist part what is interesting you talk about intellectual germans a lot of them liked really very nationalist literature and music and so so while being intellectuals they were able then also kind of integrated into a picture that they wanted that suited hitler in terms of the grandeur of the german nation this is where she's been radio programming from thursday another part of our democratic tradition i would say which you can see in in almost all of our our greatest presidents is empathy the ability to empathize with other people it's a striking quality and abraham lincoln it's it's visible even in president washington it was part of harry truman simple haberdasher was part of is in how're go down the list and you find even sometimes imperious personalities had that ability to see life through others is you and i on friday were at radcliffe for ceremony that was really honoring secretary clinton your successor at the state department and one of the themes that was most poignant in that discussion was heard description of how she learned to be empathize as as as young woman so i sell as a prelude to something again that just leapt at me talking about hitler and what made hitler so toxic so so different and dangerous and you quote him saying in august nineteen thirty nine when his some of his generals weren't sure about going to war and mussolini wasn't sure that italy was ready and hitler says closure hearts to pity and and and do it and move forward and maybe you could just speak a little bit about that quality of empathy the ability to see suffering of others and bring that into presidential leadership and its importance well i think it's an essential part of presidential leadership or any leaders to be able to understand what is going on with the people and.

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"goebbels" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"goebbels" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"Sorry amazon has done a really good job with their assistant in adding capabilities skills or whatever they call them skills on on that platform but and they have vast compatibility across smart home devices and all that kind of stuff and is in the home and that's kind of we think of this is like the smart home market but really these assistance for everywhere car is out in the world with your phone homes as well so google catching up to amazon at home which is what this represents is actually kind of a big deal because it's the first cut a concrete evidence i've seen to support what i thought was going to happen all along which is that they're absolutely going to catch up i mean i think they both remained major players in either one is number one the number to whatever but i think goebbels going to i think the goal is going to catch up at just share force of will or whatever but that's why that show is thing is is interesting as it's not you know i mean it forget about now here's this story that baffled me mixed reality in share point oh finally just but i've been waiting for before you get into this i just if i could is ask it is viewpoints points person who has actually looked at this and said what leo decide but non ironically and then literally said this is this is a game changer this is home.

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"goebbels" Discussed on X96

X96

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"goebbels" Discussed on X96

"There's probably caused chart mr goebbels guia will happened priests but so far this guy ms nobleman mcintyre and went to prison when he was like seventeen eighteen just got out no compensation not okay you get nothing you lose good day serve both mccain you lewis gotten day fair thank you kerry that's boehner candidate number one butter candidate number two cheese look at a small campus a debated about this one i a former standout lacrosse player has sued westminster college saying it place more value on the privacy of a male student who had sexually assaulted her then on her safety according to the lawsuit college violated a restraining order and by the way to title nine regulations by housing kennedy flavin within one hundred feet of the man who had sexually assaulted her in high school when they were both mowing highschool nanhai school okay they were both minors the school then refused to move his dorm were make other arrangements to protect kennedy flavin the woman title nine charges universities with ensuring students that they receive education without sexbased discrimination lawsuit filed wednesday also accuses the school discriminating against kennedy flavin for being death westminster create an environment so severe pervasive in objective and offensive that flavin who is now eighteen was forced to leave the school of the president of westminster says we take these allegations seriously we've done everything we could and so forth sown you know he the straight line but flavin was in high school when her thenboyfriend raped her according.

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"goebbels" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"goebbels" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Trusted with credible but the tara granahan show on wpro our attorney general has about thirty two million dollars than those goebbels government fine what a perfect youth for that money back money is intended the house law enforcement people aren't community state ski plus all fate i think we should be using math money end of thirty two million and it's available right now we don't have to wait until is appropriated we do have you know we do have to our obviously have plans in place make sure that the money is spent wisely and well but this is the perfect opportunity to put that money to used to make sure that our students our teachers are school staff everyone in our schools are safer laura lee end they brilliant wpro award goes to we don't hand him out very often i don't think we've ever handed out we had that a lot of things finally i'm going to give a brilliant award if in fact the gogel settlement money is to be used in i am i believe it is four security for safety for balking up the community cetera you know i i give her a lot of credit i give her the award of the day representative patricia morgan why are we not using that money perfect opportunity google settlement funds to secure the schools or are we going to have five more rallies six more protest twenty seven thousand more speeches and a free t shirt and a lot of self he's and photo ops or we actually going to do something if the students are afraid if the teachers are afraid and senator josh miller who was on earlier said we're going to do anything we can until they feel good and they say an up you know we're all set now um can you go talk to the attorney general guys gals he's got thirty two million over there i believe that's what it could be used for what are they sitting on.

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"goebbels" Discussed on What the Tech

What the Tech

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"goebbels" Discussed on What the Tech

"Samsung deng this goebbels doing this um while way obscures doing a a good attacked the nudge rozier 100 percent what they do but you know one plus everyone is doing this i mean they're they're really improving the core capabilities of the camera lenses yeah no and by having multiple lenses the way that those lenses can work together and it it has a far bigger impact than just size of the image you know uh the quality of the pixels counts and i think that's the the bigger advance and i think these companies do a pretty good job of explaining this rate it's not um you know twelve megapixel 1620 whatever the numbers these lot of these things today they fall in on the low end of that scale but the pitcher's that these things take her her majesty i mean even even lesson i have an iphone 7 plus here right i am able to take some beautiful beautiful photos with this thing and i i mean i have the authority while that i use for the kids and stuff like that but to be honest i'm better off you know taste snapping a photo with this camera with the kids and actually using ds alarm because you know you gotta work that thing a little bit to get the photos want you know it's even you could you could put on automobile you're not going to get the results that you you you kind of anticipate from may two thousand now a camera this is it's fascinating and in the fact that you're able to do tremendous aperture modes at one point five and you know f two point four being i'm curious to see how well that does really i really want to say how well this camera does because i don't think they're competing with the iphone at this point when it comes to came equality at the reality is as absolute samsung yeah i i don't i don't know i think they're competing with google because the fact that the pixel has such a high rating when it came to when it comes to the camera honestly i'm surprised by it will has a single camera that's an interesting roskam clear that that mean imagine if global ever gets their hands social care system what what what could happen there and we'll see but uh.

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"goebbels" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"goebbels" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Okay i argo epa to goebbels seattle congressional lawmakers coming up on the deadline need to come up with the money don't shut down the government does southern california children's shackled and tortured sometimes in this business were faced with human depravity and that's what we're looking at here this is the cbs world news roundup late addition presented by certain mattress i'm dave barrett plenty of talk today on the floor and in the halls of congress but a short plan to fund the federal government deadlines coming up in twenty nine hours a sampling from lawmakers who spoke that i feel were were making really good progress of their members were having great conversations this is like giving you a bowl doggy do play carry on tap and called chocolate sounding very it's a right to be frustrated by the inability or unwillingness of the republican led congress to do its job at keep the government open we are one day away from a government shutdown and there's no one home at the white house the president should be here negotiating what touring a heavy equipment and forklift wholesaler outside pittsburgh president trump said it's democrats who want to shut down to distract americans from his successful push for tax reform nobody thought including the democrats it could work this way well they've been so good that i think the democrats would like to see is shut down in order to get off that subject democrats say they won't support a shortterm spending measure unless it's the subject of bipartisan negotiations their most myth there is still no deal for the dreamers steven portnoy cbs news the white house to capitol hill where cbs's bill rakoff joins us live bill is it look like this may make it through the house dave yes of odu scheduled some time new sour and until just a few minutes ago it was anybody's guess whether the votes were there to pass it a house freedom caucus said earlier today they had the votes to defeat the measure but now there's late word they voted to support it but even if the bill does passed the house it faces a tougher road in the senate where the democratic strategy seems to be to withhold support to.

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"goebbels" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"goebbels" Discussed on KOMO

"Your way in just two minutes family and friends were up early this morning to welcome the 16th combat aviation brigade home from afghanistan goebbels lee stole reports from joint base lewis record as hangar doors opening first time a lot of people were able to see their loved ones that soldiers who had been deployed to afghanistan for more than seven months about 1100 members that the unit thation at jblm and in alaska had been serving overseas during that time made it back over the weekend they've been trickling in but this morning about one hundred and fifth detached doubt i spoke to one wife she flew into surprise her husband with the couple's daughter who is just fourteen days old when her husband deployed he told me he didn't expect to see his family fly in for the event this morning but his wife says she didn't want him to step off the plane and not the anybody there waiting for him again that is komos we stole reporting on that story komo news time eleven thirteen focus on the white house we cannot put into words that pain angry if we all feel president trump in japan in the wake of the mass shooting that killed twenty six people at a church in sutherland's brings texas during sunday morning meeting this active evil occurred as the victims and their families were in their place of sacred worship the president in tokyo first stop on his fivenation tour through asia nam bishops and highstakes trip the president will be in asia for nearly two full weeks of course the threat posed by north korea is issue number one eight abc news chief white house correspondent jonathan karl the international consortium of investigative journalist whose leak documents showing the commerce secretary wilbur ross as a stake in a shipping company that does business with a gas producer hardly owned by the soninlaw of russian president vladimir putin richard cantu abc news komo news time eleven fourteen we'll check traffic and weather bob rondos recap of the exciting husky went over the and what's ahead for them this week ruddock to check that aaa traffic and weather at eleven fourteen years kiera jordan allow some good news our long term aid response northbound 405 near cavities now cleared out of here way we're seeing a lot of our back at player out on 405.

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"goebbels" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"goebbels" Discussed on KOMO

"Of the huskies komo news i'm tom glasgow and our koa news time's twelve forty two aaa traffic in just two minutes first a local farmers going to be on tv next week because of its bounty of berries goebbels brian calvert explains an american idle his left his mark on puyallup or maybe it's the other way around i've always wondered like woods an iconic food from the state of washington taylor hicks found out when he came to puyallup with his new show state plate why is a singer hosting of food i love so i'm hitting the road in beating my way across america over the silvery tailored is cameras visited pico farms y brothers dad russ peak of and there are delicious ransbury kind of truly play like farm to table sure rose peca tells the puyallup herald that washington is the top selling state for raspberries and they should know the peak as had been in the bury business with three generations the film crews were at the farm over the summer the state played episode featuring the peak of brothers he is scheduled to air october twenty seven bomb the i n s p cable network brian calvert komo news here your political insights from abc news the third inauguration of president trump's travel ban was set to go into effect today but has been temporarily blocked by a federal judge derek watson who wrote in his decision that the executive order quote discriminates based on nationality antithetical to the found principles of this nation meanwhile president trump spoke before the conservative heritage foundation in nine months we have done more they say than any president in history but he blamed republican lawmakers for the delay in repealing and replacing obamacare i thought maybe when i sit down at that desk the first day january on a i'll have something to side not as easy as we thought but we're going to get it done you watch a bipartisan agreement in the senate may stabilise obama care if successful it would continue to make payments to insurers to offset the cost for low income americans those are your political insights i'm lana zak abc news washington komo news time twelve 44th aaa traffic every ten minutes on the.

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"goebbels" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

Android Central Podcast

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"goebbels" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

"This when they're not gonna you know okay as locked over twelve all the ones made with the date of you know ten fifteen or later will be operational the ain't gonna do that could be like adding v little knobs to the back of the nexus four so doesn't slide off your well yeah but that didn't create two different hardware paths or software path true if one set doesn't have the feature in the software and the other said does that's just a mess which not worth it yeah i am i am inclined to agree i mean the one thing that i would say is there's a possibility that in software they could figure out a solution four may be using the tapped to pause earlier or tapped to activate using the volume control so like if i hold down on the right volume control for his second may become but that seems like it would be complicated and i think this was a very very quick decision i mean it's very clear that between friday when this happened and today were uh you know it's thursday today butts this decision probably came in on tuesday at the latest that was a very very quick decision on goebbels part and i have no doubt that hours and hours of agonizing debate went into this oh i'm sure up i imagine it soon as they got the report people had to come to the office in suss it all out and then go to their boss who then had to go to his boss until they got the somebody that could just say will scrap it this is not a big deal inserm's of the overall use of the device and it's not a devices under embargo so i could talk about it freely my like it i think it's a very wellmade product.

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"goebbels" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"goebbels" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Perspective this is where you find out why k auto effort to goebbels cbs news i'm gary nunn fokker's saw north korea a new cbs news poll finds most americans see north korea as a threat that can be contained however cbs news manager of surveys fred backus says there are some serious worries fifty two percent of americans to they are more concerned that the us will act too quickly against the country and started an unnecessary war while just thirty seven percent or more concerned that the us will not act quickly enough to prevent an attack the fall also finds that overall most people surveyed disapprove of the way president trump is handling the situation cbs news national security consultant jeff mccaslin reflects the united states and north korea or a bad as bad as i can recall since perhaps back to 1994 win then president clinton considered a surgical strike to destroy the north korean nuclear facility at yongbyon or actually the korean war north korea's foreign minister says it mr trump's recent statements that kim jongil won't be around much longer amount to a declaration of war senate republicans are scrambling to collect more support for their latest legislative effort to repeal and replace the affordable care act senator john mccain is a no vote right now kentucky senator rand paul spells out what it would take for him to vote yes i like the expansion of health savings accounts i liked the waivers for governors and i think we have to cap entitlement spending because we're broke so if they put those three things together bill i'm senator ted cruz as against the bill the fate of it is in jeopardy late word the congressional budget office has determined the graham cassidy republican health care bill would reduce the budget deficit the country by at least one hundred thirty three billion dollars over ten years pending review of the supreme court has he reached the president's previous travel ban from its october calendar action came after the white house announced it is replacing the temporary executive order with a more specific ban on eight countries cbs news senior legal analyst andrew cohen says bringing the case back to the court would require a reset these cases and coming back onto the docket at least not.

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"goebbels" Discussed on The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"goebbels" Discussed on The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

"And how it's hurting men who would otherwise get jobs in the engineering field and how that's you know this is hurting goebbels overall efforts oh my gosh the left i have a piece by the by the federalists in the federalists day i was pronounces aymeric david her sir sonya i think it is but i'll put it in the show notes is a really good piece and the left is melting down over this memo because the case the guy makes is apparently how you describe this after yesterday's show remember we discussed and yesterday's show how the left they have to characterize people as evil therefore not worthy of a conversation in order to shutdown faxon data i think the problem the left is having with this piece is the guy who wrote the memo inside of google makes a pretty clearcut case that this is in helping anyone their socalled diversity effort and the left of course showed us want to have a debate about this now here's a great quote from this this is the author of the internal memo in google he writes in his update to the memo because he's now been fired and it's causing this big big stick he says psychological safety is built on mutual respect and acceptance but unfortunately our culture of shaming and misrepresentation is disrespectful and on accepting of anyone outside its echo chamber now if that doesn't hammer home what we were talking about yesterday how you're not even allowed to bring certain topics up and if you do you will be quote shamed and misrepresented than i don't know what else does it's the left's effort to control the dialogue by stopping it.

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"goebbels" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"goebbels" Discussed on KQED Radio

"So they are obviously very ambitious for will that's good that's the first step see it goes back to my earlier point which need to think big from the beginning so it's a it's a good question i'll answer the internship one i we unfortunately do not offer internships for people who are in high school i think it has to do with hiring people under eighteen is more complicated for us i looked i don't i don't work in hr but i've tested this out a few times and it i got a lot of complicated answers back i think the answer really is that you have to be and college should be able to get an internship so just hold on go go to college and then apply anna and i'm sure you'll have many great opportunities then i think the answer question about how you get from marketing to ceo pass are not straightforward people don't always go want level one level to level three and especially in a company it's not always clear we're all the different pass are going and i went from marketing to product management because i realised early on that the way could influence a product the most and get more people to use youtube google so i was responsible for goebbels marketing i as i mentioned i joined i had very little experience i was hired the only person in marketing i started up and i was asked to create a worldwide brand called google that with zero budget to nobody in their right mind would ever sign up for such a crazy job and i just didn't know any better which is why signed up for a and and but i realise really early on that to be able to get people to use google and the best way to do that was a try to influence a product and so i became more into product management creating the product.

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