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"hatton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Gotten four messages of people smarter than us that we're all trying to scream it me Mountainside Fitness and Tom Hatton Kevin Bacon long before we thought of it, So thank you to my friends were playing along, but we thought of it, and that's what's important. Well, not always. I'm not the sharpest knife in the drawer, my friends air proving that more and more even on my social media. So the D backs Traded. Who didn't they trade yesterday? Didn't they trade everybody, like half the team? They did. Now You're a big baseball fan. Huge. What message is this? So we've given up completely on this season. We've given up completely for the foreseeable future. What does it mean? Goldie was the last name that was so well connected with the fan base. I think Goldschmidt when he was here was the Diamondbacks version of Larry Fitzgerald in the sense that he was great in the community. It wasn't just his on field performance, which was off the charts. His off the field performances were Justus big in the community. Would you say that? Yeah, that's player that ever had two traded, gone and not thie. He wasn't He didn't have the longevity of the Larry Fitzgerald. But they had similar paths and leadership. I would say quiet leadership and off the field. They were just a stellar They were on the field. Yes, agreed. So Goldschmidt gets traded. Which in the grand scheme of things made a little bit of sense because of the money he would've demanded and everything else, but it was still a hard pill to swallow for D'backs fans. So then. Along comes Archie Manning, Archie Manning. Why didn't she? Manning was a long time? Yeah, that's Archie Bradley. Archie Manning. I'm pulling that way out of my head, right? Not even the right sport. Archie Bradley comes along who is connected with the fans here in Arizona? He's the heart and soul of this team. He is well, not any more. No. Now he's art in Solo Cincinnati, Maybe. And no offence, everyone But if you were on and if you were in your job And you work for a major corporation and your boss came to you and said, Hey, listen, I know you love Arizona, and this is such a great place to live. But we're we're we got to send you were transferring you where Cincinnati. Not No. Not where I want to go nowhere. Anyone wants to go. You and I are both from Ohio. I don't want to go back and I was born in Cleveland. I think you were born at the same hospital two years apart like 80 years or so. Yeah, I was That wasn't even named the same hospital when I was born there that long. True. It was a Cleveland clinic when you were there, right? I think so. Yeah. It was called ST Alexis Hospital when I was there. Anyway. So what do they do in? You're the baseball guy. Listen, they had to ship out a bunch of dudes. They traded four guys, By the way, I found this kind of interesting. They treated a guy named Robby Ray to the Blue Jays. Right, Ray is Ajay. They traded Starling Marte. To the Marlins. Starlin is a marlin. They traded Archie Bradley. Cincinnati was a bit of a stretch. It is a little bit of a stretch was close. And then they traded a guy named Andrew Chaff into the cubs that when I can't run, okay. So you're saying that there was it was illiterate it It was an alliteration for awhile or just a rhyme. They had a good thing going. They messed it up. So what do they do now? Lou's probably well they were losing anyway. Yes, that's true, but my guest might. My question to you is, I know a little bit more about football in their plans..
Australian TV presenter detained in China
"Australia says one of its citizens who is also a prominent news presenter on Chinese state television, has been detained without charge in China. Fang Lei has worked for CG TN, the English language channel of Chinese state television for almost eight years, more details from Celia Hatton Jonglei really became the face of much of the business coverage that appeared on English language Chinese state television. But also, increasingly she was being used to present very politically sensitive coverage as well. So she was quite important. Then she suddenly disappeared around the 12th of August, and it's now known that she has disappeared into detention. We know that she's had one video call with the Australian authorities. But really, we don't know why she's under investigation. We don't know where she is, and importantly, we don't know how she is right now.
"hatton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Best of room had the best of broom head 18 3 been following the story since it happened. The very first shutdown happened Kind of reconnected with Tom Hatton, the owner of the CEO of Mountainside, Fitness and their fight about the shutdown, believing that the fitness industry was wrongly accused. Of being part of the problem. The second shutdown was kind of a known ceremonious, no explanation shutdown in which they won a very important decision allowing fitness centers to have a pathway opening had it not been for the lawsuit that was successful for mountainside fitness. None of the gym's would be open right now because they were not going to give a pathway to open until after certain benchmarks were met. So that was what happened in a victory for the fitness industry further down the road, losing a court case about lowering the protocol. Tom Hatton joins us Just read your press release on the air A Tom about saying that you are opening for 30 AM Now are you opening on for 30 Thursday in anticipation that the protocols and benchmarks will be met? Or you opening no matter what, on Thursday. Um, no matter what I think, you know, we expected Eliza benchmarks we met. I mean, that's the trend of the state that we see no difference in that trend, Not continuing. Uh, and also there's so much tied to those benchmarks, right? We all know that the schools or titles Benchmark. Certainly other businesses are tied to a CZ. Well, you know, we feel confident that they're going to move in the direction that they've been moving. But the reason we're opening is also about the you know, Press release what we stated about the whole process in the press release you have hired a third party that you believe is more of an expert in exactly what this is opening a business safely during a pandemic like this. Why this company? What are their credentials? And what? What levels of protocol? What safety measures did they have you put in place? Well, they they went to a new, You know, a new level and their their expertise. You know, they've certified schools. They certified cities, another businesses, all throughout Arizona in different parts of the country, And that's what they do. They have, you know, independent doctors at look at everything in the protocols that that particular business might have in place. An adjustment to what a deal of safe which are primarily what we've seen with the CDC guidelines are actually just cranked up a little bit. For example, we won't have our drinking fountains. Available and there's a lot of little things we are required Math drop facility like that, so they're pretty much in line. But they are a third party objectives. You know, company that takes a look at everybody. As faras capacity goes, what is their standard for capacity at this level in covert 19 ways through their verification? We've been approved at 20% capacity, and I think that was probably one of the big things with us was, you know not only the past. Because obviously, we all know you can't run a business on 10% capacity. You can't run a business with half the business closed. But that's up in the case, for all the ones that have been approved from have been approved with groups. And if some have not, er, some of it, none of it improved with child care, which we also don't understand is you brought up in your previous segment, You know all child care's air open. Um, So we just want to go through the whole facility, and we felt like it was important that if we opened, it was for all of our members to be able to come in and us chili and for all of our employees to come back and work on, Also try to bring some clarity to all the other businesses have been denied. Because there isn't clarity and certainly no protocols on their website. Your press release you on bond. Tell me correct me if I'm wrong, your But you are saying we are opening our facility. We have put safety measures in place through a third party. That is trusted in this industry. And you're basically saying if you try to take action against us, we're ready for this fight. Is that does that mean legally in court? Absolutely. I mean, very proven that out and you know, in in this case, we're not opening..
"hatton" Discussed on KOMO
"Has forced evacuations. As of late last night In the Yakima Valley, crews had to go door to door telling people to leave. Now the winds respond what they call fire, NATO's as it whipped the flames forward. In Spokane County. There's a large fire burning near Badger Lake, threatening up just 70 homes in an area near Dishman Hills. We are confident, saying that they are human cost trains in population is responsible for quite a few fires in this area. AUSTIN Hatton, a state Department of Natural Resource is firefighter urging people to be extremely careful not to start any more fires. Carleen Johnson. Coma News News Time five Await Our state has now has more than 67,000 confirmed cases of Cove in 19 The update from comas Frank Lindsay. On Sunday, the state reported 576 new Corona virus cases, 25 new hospitalizations and 15 deaths. Washington now has a total of 67,461 confirmed cases. The Department of Health is in the process of changing its methodology for reporting testing numbers, and it's not currently reporting the percentage of tests in the state that have been positive. King County now has more than 17,600 cases and 694 deaths. The death rate is 3.9%. Frank Lenzi. Come Oni. Local researchers say this state is making headway in the fight against Kobe, 19 the Institute of Disease Modeling says Washington's overall case count is plateau owing, the institute credits mask mandate statewide, including cities like Yakima, leading to a drop in the transmission rate. While conventional thinking is six feet of social distance is enough to prevent the spread of the Corona virus, however. New research from the University of Florida finds it may travel up to 16 feet. Almost Nick Papa spoke with King County Health officer Dr Jeff Do Chin, health experts say One way to prevent this type of spread is by improving ventilation and communal places like school buildings. Better ventilation systems can help cut down how far the virus khun travel while making it safer for.
Board Recommends Parole for Manson Follower Leslie Van Houten
"Has recommended parole for Charles Manson follower Leslie Van Hatton, who has spent nearly five decades in prison. The recommendation was made Thursday, but Governor Newsome could decide to deny it. Newsome block to release once before than his predecessor, Jerry Brown, blocked it twice. Manhattan is serving Ah life sentence for helping Charles Manson. Others kill Los Angeles grocer Lino LaBianca and his wife, Rosemary in 1969 that Helen was 19 when she and other members of the Manson family stabbed the La Bianca is to death and smear the couple's blood on the walls, writing words like helter skelter and death to pigs. An
Kanye West declares he will run for US president in 2020
"West has been for the last five years. Talking about running for president initially said he was going to run in 2020. Then it seemed like he became a trump supporter. Remember, he visited the White House with the Red Maga. Hatton did a 19 minutes in endorsement of Trump praised he and his wife, both Kim Kardashian, both praised Trump. For the first Step Act and for criminal justice reform. Where Kanye West tweeted over the weekend that he is running for president. Not in 2020 for which was where he was planning on running, But in 2020 so this is pretty interesting because Elon Musk Is getting behind him. And he's pledging to put millions of dollars into a new Super PAC supporting Kanye West's candidacy. So he's going to run as 1/3 party candidate. Any guesses as to the name of the Kanye West political Party that he is forming any What would you think if a five year old was running for president and they had to create a political party? What do you think the five year old would call the political party? You got me, okay? He is running under the banner of the birthday party. The name of Kanye West Party is the birthday party. He did this for our rambling interview with Forbes yesterday. Does that mean if it's the birthday party and he becomes president? When? At the inauguration, the first lady will wear a birthday so well, that might get him some votes. Right? Be careful with that. With that suggestion, he told Forbes Now you might ask the question that I asked. Why is it the birthday party? Why would you call the birthday party? According to Forbes, Kanye West said, because when we win It's everybody's birthday. That's that's what he's also selected a running mate. Her name is Michelle Tib All she is an obscure preacher from Wyoming. Tid Balti. I d B A L L. It's a Noel. Honestly, someone I've never heard of before. But I've just reached out to her to see if she wanted come on the radio with us this week to talk about her platform. And you know a lot of people. He's officially off the Trump train, he said. I'm taking the red hat off with this interview, and a lot of people have raised Russ the possibility that This might have even been a NatElec by Trump because he has a relationship with Kanye to get him to run to siphon off black votes from Joe Biden, because if Biden has 10 to 20% of the black vote Goto any other candidate other than him, then all likelihood is Trump's gonna get reelected. He apparently Emmett, do you think this is a scam? Well, some people have said that But he is insisting that that's not the case that he's in this like he's done everything his whole life. He's in it to win it, but he's he's saying he's not denying that this could result in siphoning off black votes from the Democratic nominee and possibly helping Trump. He says, quote I'm not denying it. I just told you But to say that the black vote is Democratic is a form of racism and white supremacy. And you'll enjoy this little tidbit. Russ, this was a you could imagine the poor, Forbes reported that had to sit through this for for four hours. He has never voted in his entire life. But we've does a good country America Country America, But we've done some investigating and apparently someone named Kanye West, who happens to have his same birthday did vote in the state of New York in the year 2014
Hong Kong police granted sweeping powers under security law
"On the territory by Beijing. It gives Hong Kong security forces wide ranging new powers over local residents are Asia Pacific Regional editor Cilia Hatton reports. The law was passed behind closed doors in Beijing without approval from Hong Kong is partially elected legislature. Its contents are only becoming clear now. Police have new powers to search private properties and detain suspects all without warrants and to freeze individual assets. They could also intercept communications and order Internet providers to remove information. It allegedly harms national security. Those changes effectively erase the territories prized civil and political freedoms. They were published late in the evening in Hong Kong and come into effect right after midnight. The Chinese ambassador has accused the British government of political
Multiple Arizona gyms defy executive order to close
"Corona virus in Arizona, Today's executive order will pause the operation of bars, gyms, movie theaters, water parks and tubing with a targeted reopening date. In 30 days like the governor used the word pause, which sounds better than I'm shutting these suckers down right? But that order on Monday set off what could be a flurry of lawsuits. We've already seen. One lawsuit filed against The state of Arizona in the governor. Of course, that's from mountainside, fitness and this injury. So here's how it played out for one mountainside fitness location yesterday, Scottsdale police tell our TV partners at ABC 15 that a little before 10 a.m. After receiving multiple reports of the location near 114th Street and Shay Was open officers showed up and provided education. They were told at that time by management that the location would remain open. They did. And when officers came back in the afternoon, they issued a citation to mountainsides. Chief operating officer A citation for a class one misdemeanor, which could mean a fine of up to 2500 bucks and possible jail time. You know, I'm guessing $2500 might really be a drop in the bucket to what they might face losses for being closed. Right. So maybe they're rolling the dice on that one hears mountainside Mountainside CEO Tom Hatton after several of his locations received the same. We don't feel this decision was fair. We think it was extremely arbitrary. It was placating to trying to look like we're doing something for Kobe and not really doing something prick owed. If the problem Um, is this serious? But they weren't alone. By the way, it's staying open. I'm seeing live shots on my monitors this morning in the studio Life time fitness facility in the valley. Apparently, there are several franchises that are staying open. Yeah. People working out you get. Ah Ah, are partners over at ABC, 15 had actually a live shot into the mountainside fitness location. That's near 56. And Shay and you could actually see people in their working out. They have resumed in individual people on, you know, ah, the treadmills and lifting weights and stuff. Yeah. Orange Theory said they're going to stay open. Pure bar A. Which is, you know, one of those bar workout ballerina? Yeah, yeah, not like a bar like they're serving drinks valet. Yet they say their their studios or boutiques, not a typical gym, So they say they don't have to shut down. Ah, sorting through all this is Going to be crazy, but this could lead to a flurry of lawsuits against the governor from some other Types of
"hatton" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Tyrell Hatton who had one of six rounds of sixty three on Saturday in addition Ryan Palmer and Mexico's Abraham ancer also at the top a week ago the Charles Schwab and fourteen players separated by three shots going into the final round this week in Hilton head twenty one players separated by just a trio of shots meanwhile packed restaurants and a lack of social distancing on Hilton head island are leading to concerns of the PGA tour might have more players testing positive for the coronavirus Nick Watney became the first player to test positive on Friday and withdrew Jordan speed on protocols that are in place the whole plan put in place was not if but when somebody tests positive what it what's the protocol what are the next step so I feel confident Justin being on those phone calls and with the PGA tour is going to do going forward here and hopefully contact tracing doesn't lead to anybody else testing positive within the bubble in the tournament is second on the tour since resuming after a three month break because of covert nineteen a tourist tested eleven people who came into close contact with what may all initial test came back negative Bob Harrigan on SportsCenter there's definitely some areas of concern that they might want to try to button up as they go forward obviously this is a huge undertaking with a hundred and fifty some odd players and caddies every week and rules officials and such Nick Watney is self isolating right now here in South Carolina his his caddy toning the Varo tested negative he moved out of the place they were sharing and you know what he tested negative here on Tuesday and then by Friday he showing symptoms I mean obviously there's a lot of medical things are going on with the virus that we don't know it would seem odd that he would show symptoms so quickly so does that mean he had a false negative what needed missed the cut last week eight in fort worth he flew here on Tuesday with Sergio Garcia Garcia told that's a golf week on a private plane Garcia has tested negative so there's a lot of holes that they might want to try to button up you know there's not a ton of rules when they leave the golf course are they asking them to stay in hotels no they're not they're allowed to do what they want they're just cautioning them to be careful they might need to maybe step that up a little bit more as we go forward.
China warns UK 'interfering' in Hong Kong affairs will 'backfire'
"China has told Britain to stop all interference in Hong Kong's affairs immediately earlier the British prime minister warned Beijing that if it imposed new security laws on Hong Kong London would have no choice but to offer millions of people in the former colony ridge to British citizenship the new legislation would make it a crime to undermine Beijing's authority Celia Hatton explains many people don't like the idea of the national security law because it's being imposed on the people of Hong Kong and that violates the principle that Hong Kong has its own political and legal systems outside of course says that the law is necessary for national security it says it's only going to target a handful of people in Hong Kong who are guilty of terrorism and subversion but if you look at the mirror law that's currently in place in mainland China it's very vague it's been used to target many of the communist government's political opponents and it's already becoming evident that the new law will allow people who are arrested in Hong Kong to be tried in courts outside of the current Hong Kong court system
How a Top NLP Startup is Growing, with Caitlyn Brooksby, Executive Director of PR/Communications at Canary Speech
"Is the executive director of PR and communications at Canary Speech Walking Caitlin. Thanks for being here for having so Canary. Speech was named one of the most promising. Nlp STARTUPS TWO THOUSAND. Nineteen and the company describes itself as being at the intersection of healthcare and technology. Can you tell us a little bit more about what Canary Speech does? And why it is seen as one of the most promising and I'LL BE STARTUPS. Not a great question. You know what I think about. That really takes me back to origin story right. How do we start so five years ago? Our founders Jess Adams in Henry Call. They had been friends for over nearly three decades. Honestly and you know they had lived their careers and they got together and what they wanted to do was set auguste standard in a speech and language industry. They were poised to do it right both. Jeff and Henry. They have a clear the experience in Ashley had the excitement to do it and it really well doctors one question and why light you mentioned because normally talk about speech language industry it really can get techy if you don't really deep which is exciting that fun but what we started with nearest started with was this is how is was humans understand the raw motion in the words that someone speaks. You know when you're talking to your sister or your best friends and you ask how their duty say no good but not you know. There's something different right it's off. And how can we do that as humans? And how you use and what we've done is use machine guided machine learning and to really understand identify conditions. So that really is us so now. Today were six. Hatton's later boss. Us An international. And we've just taken this to a whole new level of redefining speaking language in the healthcare industry and so we talk about healthcare in No the intersection there. That that's really what we're setting out to utilize each language in the healthcare industry and bringing it just that step further so about you know. That's exciting because it does take voice to another level like you said you're not only hearing the words but your understanding you know they should behind what's being said and especially in the healthcare space. That's really important. How are you able to do that? I mean if you can talk about that a little bit. Is there a lot of testing research? They're able to kind us to understand the emotions. Someone's voice yes so really I like to Don frears and so what we've done is we've identified two thousand four hundred fifty eight biomarkers in speech. Okay what is a biomarker? What we're talking about here is like tonal. Quality these aspects of speech but mo up. It's what our body creates. And so we're gonNA find these biomarkers and then we developed bottles that are Z. Specific so they're not person's right cake a rich history of somebody's entire healthcare data and compare it but really what we're duty is a disease that he used mass in really scaled and just be utilized healthcare industry and then he used these models as our speech data so we started out here siege. Five years ago we really were focused on farm street. We were in FDA. Hire me cynical. Trials to this is very controlled environment right and we did this. Because we wanted to be able to cruise our technology and energy to get s right wide able to really tune in for router market or the playstation of it and so we really spent a solid three years of just focusing on these controlled. Studies REALLY AMAZING COPIES. Who wanted to get their to market or just simply to help with a civic disease and so that was really exciting to be a part of that and then we really moved into studies where we from the one hundred group right that were testing to really like in the thousand. Just last month we were able to reach a project that had heard ten thousand over dissipate and that was just exciting me. Mary siege his coming to blow background. Like how is this talk about area of science but what we realized early on was that we need full sets to go into a steadier going for project so what we do is hatcher tissue speech on a person's smart device so we use iphones IPADS android. We use these devices to captures fees. We also talk about the intersection of healthcare technology. What's really exciting is. We decided again early. On though he needed to create that bridge. What we were doing in the healthcare street was connected to what we were going to rate so reduce we include the gold standard Or are the panels which used to go to your doctor if you're dealing with stress I e Rd typically piece of paper that you're asked to allow the pen and paper and rate yourself on Howard layer urge years weeks ago and that's what your position uses to solve. You treats the symptoms that you're dealing with when you work with your physician that you say you could just read their seconds of across cheer South Kearns for the doctors I and made from that based on her stress near Zion Unions. And now we're there which brothels really exciting as a company you've made strides that that's a society scalable. That's Donbass it and resilient school that your physician to news you can use these tests. Don't have to be administrated within the hospital space or in the administrative is like family real and that's a place where is comfortable and you think about what's gone on over the last three or by months with coded ninety it really brings tall houses centerstage in funny. I was seven or eight years ago. I was on one of the committees to bring telehealth mount healthcare in your mouth. Nearly ten years ago I started my career there and is now. I'm embarrassed to say but I used to work for the very first time three months ago. I got a cold sore. I mean I knew it wasn't over ninety but I knew I needed some kind of policy packer. Someone is able to use tell homey bonus. I think that's really going to become the nor so. Yeah that's simple bit of our coaching kind of how I see it. How we see ED signing into healthcare. I agree. I mean we've definitely been using. How much more than we have over time and like I said I love that you all are kind of focusing on this emotional piece. You had mentioned earlier that your company also has multiple patents. Can you share with us? What they are. And why was it important for the company to have patents and do you think that something other voice technology companies should be doing for sure so that we pride ourselves? Moore is coming non-negotiable or Henry Projects. They knew that they wanted language. And in order to do that we had to prove that our technology was novel. And it's really exciting. Because just two weeks ago he had are six patents in the EU and so total right so acid time is for the EU. We were awarded one hundred of our planes which is now is not Donald Law. We were in a meeting with one of our clients. Actually find that I met last lie. Voice show guys and they astor pat they. So what do you think about these pens and looked around set rock-solid on that was exciting? I was excited be in for CEO. So I'll break down. Three strategic areas are Hatton's first one is that selection of the twenty four hundred biomarkers show and that had is called is slipping speech germs for building models for detecting medical conditions. So that patent is discharge behind. It is how we go about these biomarkers and using them within our guy and then the second is the. Pat Huddle is medical assessment based on voice. So there's really strategies around this particular the versus we use these selected biographers to identify. Disease are hunger stations. Each right. We're not to read this verbatim Hans. That's awkward not natural right. We're saying hey is our technology on conversational speech. Something that you and I are right now. And then. The third kind of strategy area is use of this artificial speech on vices in zone patented utilize the techniques together on smart devices. And what would that be your watch or your phone right? In an dots really were strategies are
One Young Mother and the Homelessness Crisis
"Lauren Sandler joins us now from Brooklyn. Her new book is called. This is all I got a new mother search for Home Lauren. Thanks for being here thank you. I'm so happy to be here so this book got a stellar review and our pages this week from Alex. Kotla wits is very exciting and it's similar issues to the ones that he explores. This book is about a homeless mother. Did you get started on the project? Well I knew I wanted to write about homelessness I've been writing about inequality and specifically gender inequality for a long time but living in New York the feeling of inequality all around us has been inescapable for so long and I was really aware that it was an issue that had been getting less attention and not more when I moved to New York in Nineteen Ninety two there were twenty thousand people sleeping and city shelters and it was considered to be a real human rights crisis there were between one and two stories and the Times every day about homelessness and now there are seventy thousand homeless people in New York in pre pandemic numbers and it was like the issue it just sort of disappeared from at least the literary consciousness if not a daily one and I just felt it in my heart so I wanted to find a shelter that would give me access and see if I could do that sort of old school immersion writing to give people a narrative that would rip them and bring them into an experience. They wouldn't forget it's interesting. You mentioned that time period from Nineteen ninety-two until roughly prepaid endemic. Because for many New Yorkers now they think about homelessness in terms of homelessness under Bloomberg in which it seemed to disappear from the streets and then homelessness under Blasi. Oh where suddenly it seemed to become once again a problem but I'm sure that's a huge over-simplification and mischaracterization in many ways of the issue to what extent did homelessness get better at all during that period or was it always there and we just weren't seeing it. Well it was always there and it was being criminalised so you know. Giuliani was quite famous for getting the homeless off the street. But it wasn't like he was getting them into housing he was getting them pushed farther and farther out away from an Hatton. He was getting them into lock up. But the big thing that I think really happened. Was this surge in housing prices. It was hard to rent an apartment in New York but it was possible. It was before rezoning under Bloomberg it was before the luxury housing boom before gentrification as we know it and price-gouging not just in New York but nationally around housing became such an issue as wages. Were certainly not going up. That it's become someone impossible and you know de Blasio ran on a platform of changing this. He's touted a lot of affordable housing but that housing has been affordable for no one who's poor and so it's been a real crisis for people like the protagonist of my book and millions of people like her and now millions more to come. Let's talk about that woman. Camilla who is she? She is a woman who when I meet. Her is twenty two and pregnant. She's from Corona which is now known as the epicenter of the virus in Queens. And when I met her you know. She told me that she had a story to tell. And we had instant chemistry. There's a real alchemy between us. I like to talk about how in nonfiction. There's always this notion. I think that reporters documentarian choose their protagonist but in fact. It's really a mutual choosing. It's like any relationship and she and I found each other but amongst all the women at the shelter where I was reporting. She not just really connected with me as a as a personal connection but also as an idea which is that. She was so organized so disciplined stunning legally minded. I mean she's someone who sued her parents for child. Support is a teenager and one that kind of way of really really understanding this system of someone who knows how to advocate for herself beyond anything that almost any of her case workers or professors had ever seen and so it really felt like if this is a woman who can not succeed in the system so she won't need to be in it anymore. Who can't make the paperwork work and administrative burden work so that she can be free of this place that she was born into. It seemed to me that no one could and I wanted to see if she could and how she could. So is that part of the reason you chose hurt us to kind of show that here's someone who has tremendous internal resources if if no external resources are systemic ways to to help that. Even this person might not be able to succeed exactly and I don't want to detract from what it means to not have the sort of mind that gets you admitted into John J. For Criminal Justice. Which is her story. There are certainly plenty of people. Probably the majority of people who are not in the system with such an apparatus to get out internally. But I did want to see what would happen. In the best case. Scenario and that best case scenario is still a worse case scenario for anyone.
Coronavirus: Chinese official admits health system weaknesses
"A top Chinese health officials says the pandemic outbreak has exposed weaknesses in the country's health care system the BBC Celia Hatton reports it's rare for Chinese leaders to admit wrongdoing but when speaking to reporters the deputy director of China's national health commission Z. bian said the coronavirus tested China's governance and its public health systems he said the commission would fix the problems by centralizing IT systems and making better use of big data and artificial intelligence building on many of the leadership's longstanding objectives China has faced tough criticism domestically and abroad over its early handling of the virus several provincial and local officials from the ruling Communist Party happened sacks but no senior member of the party has been
Chinese official admits health system weaknesses
"A top Chinese health official says the corona virus outbreak has exposed weaknesses in China's healthcare system the BBC Celia Hatton reports it's an unusual public admission it's rare for Chinese leaders to admit wrongdoing but when speaking to reporters the deputy director of China's national health commission Z. bian said the coronavirus tested China's governance and its public health systems he said the commission would fix the problems by centralizing IT systems and making better use of big data and artificial intelligence building on many of the leadership's longstanding objectives China has faced tough criticism domestically and abroad over its early handling of the virus several provincial and local officials from the ruling Communist Party happened sacks but no senior member of the party has been
Tokyo Olympics could cut 'extras' in face of soaring costs
"Five Olympic point officials two say million they more will cover Americans some of the went extras on unemployment onto next last year's week postponed as the corona games virus claims an attempt more to limit jobs what's expected some industries to be billions were hit of hard dollars early in on expenses hotels restaurants international retail stores Olympic committee now member the corona John Coates virus outbreak who heads is killing the inspection a broader team array for Tokyo of jobs to set in software a teleconference programmers the sales council people likely in legal assistance in areas are being such laid as hospitality off sixty and eight expensive year old firm live wind sites bomb was furloughed for public last viewing month from her job as also a legal secretary do we need and to make Hatton provisions wind for as bomb much still hospitality hasn't for the sponsors received her unemployment the real benefits cost is which on the she national says she's Olympic counting committees on to help pay suggesting a monthly rent the of pandemic eleven hundred dollars made dumb put in I few read a folly system somewhat for the games he highlighted to the difference between must have features and nice to have accessories which may be ruled out when the Olympics opens in July twenty three twenty twenty one I'm Charles the last month
Tokyo Olympics could cut 'extras' in face of soaring costs
"Some international industries were Olympic hit hard committee early member on John Coates hotels who restaurants heads the inspection retail stores team for Tokyo now the corona to set virus in a teleconference outbreak is killing a the broader council likely array of jobs in areas such as hospitality software programmers and expensive sales people live in legal sites assistance for are being public laid viewing off sixty eight also year old firm wind do we need bomb to make was provisions furloughed for last as much month hospitality from her job for as the a sponsors legal secretary that will and cost Hatton is on Weinbaum the national still Olympic committees hasn't received suggesting her unemployment benefits the pandemic which may she dampen says she's enthusiasm counting on to help somewhat pay a monthly for the rent games of eleven hundred he dollars highlighted to I read the a folly difference between must have features and nice to have accessories which may be ruled out when the Olympics opens in July twenty three twenty twenty one I'm Charles the last month
Record 22 million have sought US jobless aid since virus
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Record 22 million have sought US jobless aid since virus
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Bay Hill, Florida: Hatton and Kang lead after 36 holes at Bay Hill, McIlroy two back
"Tyrrell Hatton and some came sure the second round golf lead at the Arnold Palmer invitational at bay
Sleepwalkers at CES
"Secure I'd never been to Las Vegas before which is the difference between us. I've Been Vegas gets too many times. I could tell and didn't feel good to be in good hands with an old vegas handler. You one of the new things. Though for me was slots which I don't normally play play. I think subconsciously I was thinking about what Tristan Harris talked about in the first season of sleep walker former Google lower. Who told us that? Instagram is actually supposed to feel a lot like slot machine or the Tristan studied at the Stanford persuasion lab and told us about how casino architecture has influenced the development of highly addictive tape products like instagram. Interesting for me to actually see Vegas and the bright lights and the impossibility of escape firsthand not to mention the replicas of if the empire state building the canals of Venice Coliseum of Rome you know I was lucky enough to see the Seattle space needle for the first time. I didn't know that it was in Las Vegas. But doesn't we were there. We were there for C.. Es The consumer electronics show in this episode. Were actually going to talk about some of the coolest things we saw there. But we're going to focus focused more on the innovations that are at the intersection of technology and humanity rather than talk about you know infamous toilet. Paper dispensers run of the big reasons we went is because we you were invited by wave maker which is an agency part of WPP to do an interview on stage alive. PODCAST so to speak with Matt Monahan. The HATTON who is head of product at publishing and publishing is part of the Washington Post Orcas also an interesting case of a and action because they're forward thinking in terms of increasing the visibility of content through personalization. An optimizing everything from headlines to photo selection all using machine learning and those are things that really matter for journalists and readers. Yeah and this use of. Ai stands out to me because it provides a solution to real problem. How do you get eyeballs on the right content when there's just so much that said the issue of personalization does raise questions about what happens when machine thought to know US better than we know ourselves not to mention and what are the appropriate limits of how companies use AI and data about us? Yeah I can definitely streamline processes by detecting patterns that you know human beings cannot see or it can allow you to scale like tag hundreds of thousands of articles that again human beings just cannot do so greater efficiency is on one side of the spectrum and extremely attractive to people but on the other side. You have issues of taking humans out of the loop like the blackbox problem and authenticity in a world of deep fake so a question for businesses and users of technology is sort of when does Ai. Add to our experience experience and when does it maybe hold us back or take advantage of us for example from seeing news stories that we should see but maybe the algorithm doesn't think we want want to see it or that we won't click on it right in the old days. When everyone received a print newspaper on their doorstep? Everyone had the same front page in the same headlines Nowadays holidays when you log onto a news website or on social media everybody has a different version of the world and that is obviously positive for driving engagement but may not be so positive in terms of having conversations with the same facts about the same stories equally. We have to ask. Do we want articles where the headlines been written by Algorithm. ooh Do we prefer headlines written person. And that's something we talked about with Matt because all actually tested headline writing technology. Let's talk to Matt. Lucas says let's cut to the chase are really came out of a collaboration trying to better understand what actual journalists needed it. Can you talk a little bit more at the very beginning. You know we were just trying to solve problems for ourselves. Seven or eight years ago. We knew he had to make some pretty fundamental transformation to the post and to really prepare for the digital future. We didn't have the right tools to do it. And we couldn't really find the right tools on the market either. What we did was spent a lot of the journalist and the editor is trying to figure out what it was that make their lives easier? It's trying to figure out. How do you make journalists work better publish faster? What are the little things you can do? Inside of IT products make it easier easier for them to write stories or publish from there about four years ago when we started evolving into a commercial offering. Today we're running hundreds of websites around the world breath about twenty different countries. We're running companies like BP their internal communications as well as some of the marketing. We're running large broadcasters and all their live video and beauty and of course I was still running a lot of newspapers and news publishers. Like the post and many others around the world looking in publishing you know that. Ai Artificial intelligence in headlines MHM and there was a story in the Financial Times last year. We said forty percent of startups us. No whatsoever uh-huh so I bet it's probably higher so when we talk about using a Ohio when you talk about what we actually mean so it can span the range of technologies analogies from something like machine learning which is basically a way to use algorithms to take large sets of data in either uncover patterns in it or try to model away to predict a certain outcome. The two technologies like computer vision which you can use to look at images or video and extract information about them by recognizing patterns and trying to identify objects inside of them and so a lot of those technologies than when you put them together conform. Some really interesting workflows that you know in the past. You might have had us humans to do that. You can actually do much more simple automatically. was there a the titular business challenge or challenge the Washington Post that. You couldn't have sold if you hadn't been using AI. Any story that we right on Washington Post. We're mapping to a set of I two or three hundred topics maybe an example of one of those might be like congressional policy or narcotics crime. What you're trying to do is say if I look at all this content? I'm not just pulling specific words. I'm actually trying to figure out. What is this content about? What is the fundamental concept of this so you pick a set of articles? Let's say one hundred two thousand news articles in the case this example for the post and I see us. Humans of Micro Labor to do this training set and the goal is you're building an algorithm Based on a set of real data and so the humans are going there and saying this article. Yeah this is about congressional policy. Why because I know it is I read it? That's what it's about. This one's about narcotics crime time and this one's about soccer and so you train all these articles against that algorithm until finally the algorithm is basically sufficiently advanced to predict a new article that you put into it and determine it outcome with the same high probability of success that you're able to with human training now every time. A journalist Saves Saves publishes the story we're able to Parse over all the contents inside that story then we can predict the strength at which it's likely to belong to that topic. How do you create a better user experience in your case news experience for an individual consumer with the medicine? You can do a lot of interesting things we can figure out that. Hey this is something that they're interested in reading. Perhaps they'd like to read more in. It actually serves the signal into a recommendation Algorithms from your perspective where can businesses sort of harness the power of machine learning to really hone in on who their customer is and what that customer wants. We want to deliver more content to our readers leaders. Who Want to help them? Find more content that we've created. We have about nine hundred journalists at the Washington Post we write something like three or four hundred original stories today. So there's is a Lotta content there to get readers to all different content and to have them continue moving through your constant. You spent a lot of money to produce is really challenging. And so that's a great use case for personalization Shen but where you can make it really come alive is by having more sophisticated. Meditated more sophisticated information about that content. That's more likely to bring readers to it. And so that's where these machine learning remodels really come in handy. I think part of what's fun about this conversation is there's a lot of cases out there where average users you know. They imagine they see something like that. You see the boots on instagram. And you think Oh my God he's companies. Must you know indiscernible for magic right. There must be some crazy model out there doing this. And perhaps is there is but in a lot of ways you know. Your users aren't necessarily as aware of the advertising ecosystem data ecosystem and how these things tied together between platforms incites and I think as like industry professionals. We always kind of underestimate that fact and so the net effect is that users are completely surprised by this. I think you must be doing something completely on her to achieve it. When in fact you know it could be really simple data sharing and so the reason? I think that's important than when you do. Bill Technologies that actually utilize some these more sophisticated methods to build data sets. You have to be aware that your users you know first of all your users aren't going to necessarily anticipate the outcomes you can create and if you don't do a good job on the product side of making sure that you really think through the use case and how you're leveraging technology solve it you can generate unexpected outcomes. You know there was the example of the retailer who produced advertising flyers that were able to predict folks who are pregnant right. Even if some of those folks didn't necessarily know that themselves or hadn't shared it with with their family or their spouses.
Shady Deals at Trump Properties
"President surrounds himself with criminals? His campaign chair. His deputy campaign chair is former national. Security Adviser you. You get the picture and as a rule if you're a politician that kind of thing isn't generally a great move but it does offer one surprising benefit when one of those folks turns turns on you you can point to their own shading dealings and say what anyone trust this person and as the president has defenders go after Parnasse repeating the same. You can't trust him line or I don't even know him remember. We have seen this all before with the last bag. Man Who talked about President Michel Com for about a decade Cohn was the Executive Vice President Trump Organization and Donald Trump's special counsel in September of two thousand seventeen profile of him appeared in Vanity Fair entitled. Michael Cohen would take a bullet for Donald Trump. The piece points out cones extreme loyalty to the president quote cone has been described as the sixth trump child. Or as Tom Hagen in this twisted version of the Godfather and sometimes as both Michael Cohen was the president's fixer but that relationship started to fall apart in early early twenty eighteen as news leaked out of illegal hush money payments made to women ahead of presidential election by April the FBI had redid. Cohen's office and hotel room in Hatton seizing recordings electronic devices. Initially the president was supportive of his longtime attorney. Michael lawyer who. I've always liked him respected. Most most people will flip if the government lets out of trouble sorry. I don't see Michael doing that. Despite the horrible which hunt and the dishonest media but on the day after Cohen pleaded guilty to do eight federal crimes including campaign finance violations. Implicating the president directly as an unindicted co-conspirator individual one the president trashed him quote. If anyone is looking for a good lawyer I would strongly suggest that you don't retain the services of Michael Cohen burn months later. Cohen found himself before Congress delivering a warning. I did the same thing that you're doing now. For Ten years I protected Mr Trump on for ten years and I can only warn people the more people that follow. Mr Trump as I did blindly are going to suffer the same consequences suances that I'm suffering. Michael Cohen pulled back. The curtain. On trump world in two thousand eighteen and live parnasse did that last night telling us what an absolute cesspool of conflicts flicks of interest corruption and shady characters around the President United States. We'll talk about that next today. The the FBI showed up at the home of Robert F. Hide just days after the house. Intelligence Committee released text messages. Provided by indicted Giuliani associate partners in which hide appears to be representing sending himself as actively surveilling then. US Ambassador Ukraine revanche high was told NBC News. He was drunk and unserious when he sent those tax. The question you have to ask ask yourself is how did someone like Robert. Hi gain access to the United States and the answer to that was laid out by himself told Rachel maddow how easy it is to get. Close the presents inner circle just show up at the trump international hotel in Washington DC. That's how Parnasse himself met Robert. Hi You met him where I met him at the I think the trump hotel yes trump hotel. He was a regular at the bar because it was like a breeding ground that trump hotel so it every event would be there so everybody would hang out there afterwards. Everybody all the meetings would be there. So it's basically you would see the same people every day or the same congressman that supported the president would be there and nobody else so he was a fixture on site he was always there and but he was always drunk. What you got in the stands where the trump hotel it's like one a big Cesspool and there's really hard to keep any secrets for more on that Cesspool joined by independent journalists sack efforts in the last two years staking out the trump hotel and writing up what he saw in the eleven hundred Pennsylvania newsletter and an article for Vanity Fair titled Power Tripping the swamp how trump's DC hotel swallowed Washington Zach. This is your beep deep probably more than it is anyone's beaten. I'm curious how is description. Squared with what you've been reporting over the last two years it's spot on. I mean Robert Hyde was on my radar Ariza early as April e. You look at his instagram. And they were pictures of him with the president pictures of him with the vice president all sorts of important people and for him it actually transcended ended the trump hotel. I think he was at six different trump properties. But if you want to project important you can just go hang out at the hotel and take some pictures one of the things that has struck me about about this where we are right now. The impeachment is usually it is very hard to get to the present United States and and and that's for that can be really maddening for people when you're trying to if you're working in the in the staff of the White House and you want to get the president something on his agenda. It's hard to get to him This president seems remarkably easy to get to buy all kinds of people with all kinds of agendas and it seems like his properties are the nexus of this this kind of soft corruption absolutely. I spoke to the president at the trump trump hotel. I was staying there researching one of my articles in for the cost of a nice steak dinner I was able to chat with the president which mix for really good social media posts there so if you you just you know hanging out there take your pictures with your Kevin McCarthy user Mike Pence's as they go back and forth now they're usually not upfront in the bar they're usually going back and forth from the entrance way way to private rooms but see them coming and going you can collect enough pictures and you look like you're really important and then what do you do with that really important the look like you're really important. Well well I think with Robert Heidi. He's using it to run for Congress and there are certainly some other people who are running for Congress typically Republican challengers who seem to be collecting pictures of themselves to the trump hotel. But I've seen some people move from the lobby where the lesser swamp. Thing's hang out to the back rooms and I. I don't know exactly what they're doing to get back there. But looking on social media it almost looks like that they are puffing up their importance with a lot of pictures and then all of a sudden they kind of get to be important That's interesting what. What do you mean by backrooms described it because at one point apartments talking about a private dinner with the president which I think happens there in the hotel room? What is what's the sort of distinction between the the the lobby bar in the backrooms actual important power players are so there's really two tiers if you go out in the lobby? That's where you're gonNA find you not even Fox News host but like Fox News guests are going to be hanging out there. People who really wanted to be seen in need to be seen to kind of project some sort of importance but they may not actually be that important example. Corey Lewandowski is somebody. You'll see it there rudy. Giuliani was the exception to that. But it's the back rooms. It's the trump townhouse which is where if died with dined with the president. And it's the Franklin study in the Lincoln Library where they had those private events. And that's where you'll see the mingling with special interest groups that have flown in lobbyists. Anybody can see them coming back and forth though to the main entrance which is where some of these other interactions come from and is that final question here like do like my understanding from the reporting we haven't from the disclosures that special interest groups if you're trying to get a rag changed if you're trying to get a piece of legislation like they we know that's the place to go and that's where those back room meetings happen. It can't hurt. There's absolutely no downside to booking the trump hotel now. I spoke to lobbyist obvious really early on when it was clear that hotel was going to stick around. said they're going to go there to try to influence them in response was of course they are. Why wouldn't they yeah? Search efforts in who's been covering this beaten his newsletter. Thanks a
The Black Widow of England: Mary Ann Cotton
"Abuse but Marianne was no ordinary woman and ears she'd been rehearsing for her mother's death two daughters named Margaret had already died in her care only nine days turn Mary Ann's arrival in Siham Margaret Stott was also dead soon after her mother's death thirty four year old Marianne and thirty four year old James Robinson moved forward with their nuptials on August eleventh eighteen sixty seven they held a small wedding in ship where mouth Marianne was five months pregnant their honeymoon period didn't last long although Marianne now had all the well security she could ever dream of she still wasn't happy under her skin Marianne was flailing if only she'd been able to settle in she could have lived out the rest of her life and luxury but as the saying goes idle hands are the devil's play thing Marianne found that her life of wealth and security didn't bring her the peace she'd originally hoped it would she grew to disdain James Robinson once again she was desperate to relieve herself of her marriage Marianne preceded with her now usual Mo I she eliminated unwanted step children through the month of April eighteen sixty seven child after child died a son and two daughters all the while Marianne helped herself to her husband's wealth without his permission or knowledge she withdrew his entire savings account today the equivalent of roughly two thousand three hundred dollars it's hard to say where the money went but in addition to taking Robinson's money Marianne also pawned her linens and close for even more cash but that St L. wasn't enough she borrowed another five hundred sixty three dollars in Robinson's name this proved to be a grave misstep as the loan in company notified her husband of the funds he owed Robinson was both befuddled and enraged he felt that Marianne had greatly over stepped her bounds by borrowing and spending without his consent in November of eighteen sixty nine Robinson through Rianne his home he may not have realized it at the time but in abruptly breaking off their marriage he saved his own life and that of his remaining children as we discussed last episode the laws of Victorian England made legal divorce incredibly difficult although men had more options than women Robinson's still would have needed to go to great lengths to dissolve his partnership he never bothered although their marriage was over in all but in name Marianne remained Robinson's legal wife without a divorce she risked bigamy charges the next time she identified a potential spouse and victim but for once Marianne wasn't set on marrying for wealth because justice she found herself estranged from Ron Robison Marianne learned that her longtime lover Joseph Mattress had recently become a widower for most of Marianne adult life she'd only wanted a few things wealth freedom stimulation and the one true love of her life the perpetual Liane unattainable mattress in eighteen seventy for the first time thirty-seven-year-old Marianne and mattress were both single and finally after years of sneaking around in shame Marianne moved into his home so they could finally be together yes Marianne was technically committing adultery but all it took was a move to South Hatton where no one knew her past and Marianne was able to openly stay with her lover thanks to poor record-keeping in the era no one was wise to Marianne secret it seemed that Marianne had finally found her romance Nick happy ending but in only a matter of months she learned that life with mattress wasn't as idyllic as she'd always believed it would be and soon her fairytale transformed into a horror story coming up next Marianne cotton's life with Joseph Mattress takes an inevitable tragic turn I have some exciting news for you too thank you for your unwavering dedication and support we've released our entire back catalogue of shows and they're already in your feed that's fifty episodes A female criminals that are available to listen to right now be sure to check out some of my favorite episodes like the one on Lizzie borden and what drove her to become a not aureus figure or are episodes on Phoolan Devi the bandit queen of India who struck back at the ruling casts after she suffered violence and discrimination listen because of her class and gender whether you're reliving some of your favorite episodes or hearing these fantastic stories for the first time these V the episodes are available right
"hatton" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Into anatomy. Hatton alternate side parking rules are in effect. I'm Russ Meyer and export for twenty one on tant wins. One difference a week makes now the Yankee weather four day forecast meteorologist or with this live report. Yeah. No forty degree days in this forecast lane for sure. In fact, today we're gonna burn up the airwaves here to real feel temperatures above ninety for the city and inland areas. So be ready folks, it's going to feel like summer today. We've got a couple of showers moving through down. They'll get out of our hair here in the next hour or so lane. And then clouds, some sunny breaks will be on the lookout for though for some big thunderstorms to pop up late this afternoon. I part of the evening running through the area, they could have heavy downpours, and gusty winds so something early a break, and then the late day thunderstorms in between Hines getting up to eighty seven real feels above ninety for the city and inland areas. We'll stay in the seventies on Long Island after the thunderstorms, breezy, cooler, later tonight, the low fifty six then up to seventy one breezy cooler less humid tomorrow, mix of sun and clouds, nice middle the week lows. Seventies with Wednesday and Thursday with dry days. And then he some showers Thursday night right now pretty decent Memorial Day weekend. Heading our way sixty-seven now heading up to eighty seven today. I'm AccuWeather meteorologist divorce weather station. Ten ten wins news time, four thirteen. Is your check engine light on, don't ignore it? Stop by Reilly auto parts today. Let out professional parts people scan your vehicle for free. We'll retrieve the codes, discuss possible solutions, and even help you find a professional technician.
"hatton" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast
"All right. Guess time in the drop zone now 'til Hatton their first player in the drop zone. How're you doing? Good. Thanks. You so good you toward of yesterday. You in Rafa finish the PGA with a couple of sixty fours. Yeah. How about going to see a good day? Nice to nice to finish off the last major of the year well, and always good to move out the eatable now last year, no made cuts and all the majors this year made every major. I mean, how do you explain that kind of switch, but it's just it's one of those things you call kind of pick and choose when you play? Well. And it was just unfortunate. The majors just foul him bad weeks when he lost you. Obviously, the star this year was quite keen to to make sure it did well in the Mejia's a couple of top ten is good. Of course. Now you can't talk about yesterday's event without talking about tiger. I mean, the guy was incredible, and that's why I was happy to follow you on Twitter because I knew you're going to send a gif out. You're the king of Twitter gifts, man, I was waiting for it and you reacted this ridiculous approach hit on fifteen? Yeah, the searches it take you to find the gif, not long. You just type in the right thing. Put me on the spot now. On. So where were you when you were watching this all? Go down. You finish around a little while before you made your charge. Did you hang around. Well, I had some lunch and then headed back to the hotel, and I was just watching the the Gulf in the hotel room. I was waiting photographers to do something I could actually probably about when your spot. Yes, the nine on and fifteen seemed like it. The puffing moment. Bellary was insane for the crowds. I mean, I think that's something everyone's going to take away from Brooks. Most people I've ever seen it of course Francesco. So the same thing was that crazy, I think, well, if you around the TV groups, it was shut sixty four. You in tiger Boesch at sixty four. Yeah, we'll see. The crowds were unbelievable throughout the weeks, especially the week hadn't, but I think partly that's due to let see the tiger effect when it comes to your season. Yep. Now you pretty much made yourself a Ryder Cup player. Are you thinking right, a couple ready? You need to start looking at the playoff events? I when you turn it over into the Ryder Cup. So you and I said, I didn't think about the ride a coffin off about it in with the media. My focus now is we'll see the FedEx. So I think I'm AC ninth in the FedEx even eighty. I'd like to get through to at least the third one. And then that will give me a couple of weeks off the full ride a Cup, which would be great couple of weeks back home. He's always nice, and yeah, just take children as it comes and then ROY to cut week then can kind of cell folks. So there's not a whole lot of smack talk going on in these. Like I think that fans like the picture that you know the euro side and the Americans are just going at each other all season, but it might be a little overstated until the week of. Yeah, I think so. There's a few passing comments in the crowd, especially loss week. So we'll get fun, but what are some of the biggest differences playing the euro tour verse being over here in the in the states. And is there a difference in the players themselves and how they interact with each other, or one of the big differences is probably just the atmosphere tournaments. Now on the PJ tool, they gen- generally get bigger crowds, which has a player is is good to play in front of his nice to to have the atmosphere and and it makes it feel could bigots ornament. So I'd say that's one thing that's definitely Saudi different competitive European tool. Now it makes me think of that Don hill because you own the Don hill spot is working. Oh yeah, the, yeah. The done was being kind to me the last two years. It didn't like me the first as a plate at so it was a love hate relationship of the so I guess, but love right now..
"hatton" Discussed on WCHS
"The next listener phone call hello my name is adam i'm from hatton question is human civilization within the next up say fifty years becoming completely self sustainable or type one civilization thank you well let's break down the terminology first of all when we physicists analyze intelligent life in out of space we don't look for little green men we rank them numerically by energy type one civilization has harnessed the energy of an entire planet they are a planetary civilization somewhat similar to what you see in flash gordon or buck rogers they control the weather they were control earthquakes and volcanoes anything terrestrial were control type two is stellar they control the entire energy output of a star and they would for example perhaps even in their entire star with the sphere called a dyson sphere to extract energy from their son they play with stars an example of a type two civilization would be star trek the federation of planets would be a typical type to civilization then there's type three galactic they roam the galactic space lanes zipping from one star system effortlessly across the galaxy itself and that's somewhat similar to what you find in star wars where you have a galactic civilization now what are we on this cosmic scale do we play with the weather can we juggle stars can we roam the galactic space lanes no we are type zero we get our energy from dead plants oil and coal and i would suspect that in a hundred years about one hundred years we will become a type one civilization truly planetary not fifty years but perhaps one hundred years and you see the begin innings of it right now for example what is the internet the internet is the emergence of the first type one planetary telephone system think about it the internet is a type one technology truly planetary and you can see remnants of this in culture as well for example what is soccer what is the olympics the beginning of a type wants sports what is the european union well the beginning of type one economy what is it type one language that these people will speak probably english because if you go to the internet the number one language on the internet is english followed by mandarin chinese and even a type one music is emerging we have a rock and roll and wrap a type one culture is emerging in high fashion take a look at gucci or chanel we find.
"hatton" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Now you guys still perform know individually you do stuff but do you still perform advocate pressure unit yes what do we do we do coming up in all this this and the east side hatton while style on all this knife you know this you come out and say let him have and and you watch grump she'd probably see visiting starsky all people asta pretty much be on show okay now before we leave the cocoa spread is i need to ask you record start coming up people started giving out contracts how did that change the game from when everybody's doing it park chance and having fun and doing this thing we call hip hop refund how to the the awarding of recording contracts changed the game and where were the cold crush brothers doing this ever where you interested in recording contracts or will you let us tell us tell us what what what transpired how the game was change doing ever it went record started being recorded well days before i got with the cold crush i used to say wow regretted from could be what we do on on records 'cause what i i heard the failed i was like oh this is pretty cool but it's not what we do with the cold cool and you know i said well if we can get our stuff on the radio like this on the web and it'll be really cool and and you know people to your ball roberson.
"hatton" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Hatton dance colin with this group but really the best way to no one amazing shelter pet like satchmo is to meet one visit the shelterpetproject dot org today adopt brought to you by maddie's fund the humane society of the united states and the ad council looking back adult shut up next we have satchmo satchmo z member of the shelter pet group that's right a group known especially for the couch snuggling ball chasing feast licking and of course companionship now that's inhuman action cook islands hi contact with his person debts actually hills the troops to hunt to of tiven now he appears to be excitedly turning in circles hatton dance come in with this group but really the best way to no one amazing shelter pet like satchmo is to meet one visit the shelterpetproject dot org today adopt brought to you by maddie's fund the humane society of the united states and the ad council local lacked withdrawal shag up next we have satchmo satchmo is a member of the shelter pet group that's right a group known especially for the couch snuggling ball chasing feast licking and of course companionship now human action the coming weeks by contact with his person that's actually the trumpster hunt to of tiven now he appears to be excitedly turning in circles hatton dance so come in with his group but really the best way to no one amazing shelter pet like satchmo is to meet one visit the shelterpetproject org today adopt brought to you by maddie's fund the humane society of the united states and the ad council welcome back to the show up next we have satchmo satchmo z member of the shelter pet group that's right a group known especially for the couch snuggling ball chasing think slicking and of course companionship now that's human action next eye contact with his person that's actually leaves the treats to hunt of seven now he appears to be excitedly turning in circles hatton dance coming with his group but really the best way to know an amazing shelter pet like satchmo is to meet one visit the shelterpetproject org today adopt brought to you by maddie's fund the humane society of the united states and the.
"hatton" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
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"hatton" Discussed on WRVA
"Decided to go in and find the people that really kinda wanted him dead and wanted to you know uh the disagreed with everything that he believed in and and wanted to see can i find the humanity and he did this is an amazing story theo welcome to the program how are you i'm doing great good so tell me about your experience feel it what regard sir well i mean how how you started going down the uh going down the road of trying to talk to people who everybody would pretty much say a despicable whoa whoa that it would by actually gonna play uh most most saving we i will get info must selfish mitchell and i would like trait much roles and they would have bshare lookout that had nothing behind too it will complete player that game now i have hatton who worked in a marketing firm he started telling me about fog hogging marketing algebra howdy cargo marketing algorithms would give you more of what you quake on indebted worked for not only products you bob but also for the news that you could so a little bit include is i it's just a little bit started coming through to let me know that i was in my own global and and i say it will it basically the case let me she was on the other side and i literally i wanna tell you i didn't think that it was eight when i was doing it i i i created the account i went down the rabbit hole and it was just some form of media allegations what folks at lucido 25 and then us up a project down thinking that it with inconsequential a year before pay talks hit me up and asked me to create something that you have relatively little to do with this original so under comprises anybody else there so what did you find going down the rabbit hole i found a lot of darkness if i could be be honest with you uh i am invest food in the unity of humanity and with tragedy of racism is that we are all human tragedy racial delivered we have ascribed far too high of consequences for the differences that we have and i also really crunch the numbers on there's some found out that black people as a whole country are just woefully outnumbered and that is much sway is we'd like to thank the we have there are forces.
"hatton" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And who we are inviting your calls it to one two four three three nine six nine two a why did you decide to open a restaurant had both of you worked in restaurants before extra now a wave really hatton you now that thought was um uh we have been in a different there is no fan and we really wanted hero um like did something that had something for me personally i i've always wanted to do something to help animals in general and um you know there weren't many often we we would go out and not have many vegan often on and and it just seemed right the thought was to why don't we try to open like a small little vegan cafe highpaying and it turned into what it turned into well the couple of questions were you anxious about how would be confined dining restaurants would be received yes that we were anxious but at the same time like those the vote food as as as a whole became is becoming more and more popular beads obsession from was with food which i love the name of foodie so it seems to me i like to think i liked business i'm a businessperson meaning i liked the idea of business i like the to deal with people to to to make things happen so that's one aspect of why i opened the restaurant the other aspect of course was for the animals i am limited in what i can do and the third thing is i do seafood is artem i'm also very interested in art and in creation of things so those three aspect of of what i like a led me to do that and pavel you you're right that before your you open the restaurant your greatest challenge was finding the right chef why was it difficult to find a vegan chef in two thousand five for our don't most experienced chefs prepare.
"hatton" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"That that really think fell again this is all metaphor call the awful if you're peeing on screen is not necessarily happening if not that easy hey can literally but it doesn't change the fact that you are witnessing him horrible death um mother hatton great performance you guy jennifer larence have yet by dan i never life definitely if could be an oscar picture for our when it that performing if you've ever given that day it agonizing on feed dating the director now they're not the i await for now i think he has like stockholm syndrome if you get away from him because the poor kid is forture all the way in the beginning not their by the end of the movie you jack you wanna give her a blanket and a cup of tea and a really big hot i even heard an interview with jennifer learnt recently where she dead there were moments where everything we don't dark for her while filming that you would it in the corner and cry and think santa claus is having to get out he's tried to call herself out of this horrible believe it from early inactivating the director i'm sorry totally dot com i'm so i i wish i could say oh yeah i think great movie like it when i thought it last weekend i loved is like and we see it i can't say that her mother now i it give it it be i think it's very interesting challenging on a they'll well acted at berry f film unlike anything i've really ever seen before but i can't recommend it because i think it's like all right people uh i feel like most people will hated and again there's one particular theme that yet emphasize enough it horrible so there you.
"hatton" Discussed on Road Trippin' with RJ and Channing
"That was so hard what i was at so i was in london and this is before i was a fan of all eyeball before i became a fanatic and i watched uh uh the the london vinyl and all it was it was one of the more awesome advance because you're seen the venue that they had set up as e is always amazing banou just a whole walk up in everything around like that to me that's what volleyball should be in every city you go to every event it should just take over the city for that moment when you walk through the volleyball venue it was it was surreal it was amazing and you see that being replicated a little bit more in a little bit more i think each year on like austria was that austria was like the olympics for world championships this week in amman hatton beach that it's going to be as humvee that against kennedy packed and it's gonna be raging um so i think i think we've seen that it can do that and we just have to conference in one tv sunday when you're in the final yeah old van nbc sports i believe fell that's awesome so me either have a fancy football league or are you familiar with anisi for portal i plan a couple couple of times observation rds yasser team okay so many geater we we leave tomorrow really tomorrow to go to vegas oh or are fantasy football don't worry i like bagging yet for the league general league so we'll report i'll be back on saturday so i'll be able to catch a few games on saturday will be there and then we'll be all out there all day sunday you'll get rich vip pass she does know now i did it i did at one time and i was i know the number one question you don't wanna hear going into navy petered event gets underway especially manhattan nosa god socially i got used to get hamdan idol i love hearing that from another happy because we talked about all the time like you leak during the nba finals or during the super bowl they're like oh i cannot get some tickets in it's like dude luck.
"hatton" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"Hatton to be the father of five children i wonder if instead being metri exotic places like south africa arroyo both moscow wherever it might have occurred to my employer to say the hugh intending to have any more children how much is it going to cost us actually of course they never did but that was because at the school fees internet an era thereof very practical arrangements i mean i remember when i was sending correspondents to places i found it very interesting that came a phase when i think four onto the six correspondence i sent to exotic places was single women as opposed to the men who rather assumed that that outrageous come along and the women who actually said no i have a career and therefore i must stay singo actually life has changed nofl an isabelle does to final thoughts on this isn't an affair assumption that a politician's personal life he's always reflective of their qualities as a leader cancan bad people be good leaders and vice versa what i think people with very messy in and pest lives can can be good leaders of course i agree i you know a with with drunk nice to the time milan each day in and get the country through thin rather difficult moments that kennedy was notorious womaniser and didn't do too badly as president not isabel hilton his editor china dialogue and quentin pale to from chatham house speaking to monocled andrew mullah a little early all midori house here a monocle 24.
"hatton" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"And herminio in their died and they they look at here they stop and harken hatton pay at a beautiful dog there how how do you keep him in it i overlooking rhonda smarck me rhonda hill lever to tell me so i have never heard anybody say about any myanamr man their dogs in good shape well i've never heard that now when you back to a woman and then you work at our heart then and beautiful beautiful or whatever he said it wait a minute i hear talking at at the man we are waiting to happen here he looks at her and says you're in great shape personally encourage the husband and said beautiful beautiful that's what happened that what i heard happen yet and this is a problem mm make me feel like crime and the first time i've ever gotten ailing can hit off the wall comment that he three women moore as i'm not you know if they are property rather than that they could own property that they are unto themselves i don't think trump wants to own madam macro well not horror bet he feel like he is in our the repairs and not and who are otherwise what would have happened what should here's a couple dumb i would rather said him say my malania and i were talking and we got you are in great shape we thank you look at all all that would have been more of a a proper thing i mean the whole thing hata out a waxy i i'm glad you called because that to me seems very odd ira for trump to my wife and i had been looking at you you know what you're in great shape we think your view of oil as though nobody else might look we do otherwise towns more like a come on his third of out of the blue in other banning i a wear weather napoleon terrible more have you ever been have you ever seen the points casket yeah you can get the iron thrown from game of thrones and five other bodies inside it i have been there is a huge casket i've ever seen yet i bet and all that.
"hatton" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film
"This is a year younger yellow we can blame it on that but i won steve sat down with me um it was it was just actually incredible because it was the first time that um that i think any of us had really spoken to serve an outside party about what we are going through you know we had good friends and family that we were speaking to about this um and so when he steve interviewed me i just felt like he users such a down to earth nice and understanding person that i completely opened up contrary to how i thought i might be during the interview and being on camera and just started everything emotions flowing in his so that's what app that's probably why you saw me crying on the screen sean tyrrell's position in this case was especially difficult at the time of the abacus indictment she was working for the man hatton da as a prosecutor in the film she remembers the day the bank's employees were paraded as a chain gang got off the elevator i saw what was happening i had never seen ah in my entire time at the dis office i mean this was like the case of the century she venture left the da's office to work with her family i asked her how she faced that dilemma so i had at that point already been working at the office for almost six years um is the last year and a half of my time there that this happened and for me it was it was very surreal because i had had such a great experience there and i still have lifelong friends from the district attorney's office including might supervisors and and managers who i respect tremendously so when this happened um it was very hard to really comprehend um because i had felt that everything that i had learned there in in terms of you know ethics and justice um just weren't happening uh and so that the very first thing that i had to do was go to might supervisor and tell them this was happening which was harden itself.