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Javy Báez Homers Twice, Chicago Cubs Beat Tigers For 11,000th Franchise Win
"Havi Baya's couple of home runs to send the cubs fast tigers last night nine to three. That was franchise victory number eleven thousand for Chicago. Just the second franchise to reach that mark joining the
Google Pixel 4a Has Ushered in a New Era of Excellent Cheap Phones
"Google announced the Pixel for a phone with a blog post with some with superbeets. The Pixel for a has a five point eight, one, inch, twenty, three, forty by ten, eighty, sixty hertz led display snapdragon at seven thirty g system on a chip six gigs of Ram one, hundred, twenty, eight gibbs gigs of S. two point one storage and a thirty one, Forty Mil. Battery a single twelve megapixel camera on the back and an eight megapixel camera on the front and a USB. USB Port and a headphone Jack as well phone. Wow. Know. What about that? He has a bigger battery than the four. A smaller top vessels well, doesn't the depth sensing required for air gestures consensus it's nicer looking than the four. It's not as powerful as the iphone se or one plus words, but it's also about one hundred dollars cheaper the Pixel for as available for preorder. Now, for three, hundred, Fifty Dollars Shipping on August twentieth. One more thing at the end of its post announcing the four, a Google also announced it with Havi Five G. version of the quarry for four, hundred, ninety, nine dollars and a five G. Pixel five coming this autumn. Yes. So the only feature, we didn't know because of the long delay was everybody thought this was going to come out in May and almost every detail about it leaked over the intervening months was the price and the price seems to be everyone's favourite feature at three, hundred, fifty dollars. It's one hundred dollars exactly cheaper than the one plus Nord, it's about fifty to one hundred, fifty dollars cheaper than the iphone e depending on what model you're talking about. It's quite a bit cheaper than other mid range phones as well but then Google goes and undermines or as some call it Osbourne's itself. By announcing, it will have a five G. version of the out in the autumn almost like saying don't buy yet. We're GONNA have a version with five G. also pixel five, which we kind of knew that that one's less than undermining but the version of the four, al cost more cost four, hundred, ninety, nine dollars. So if you're into that three, hundred, fifty dollars price point I guess maybe you don't wait for the. Five G. Because you're like five won't be widespread for a few years anyway. But I don't know that it seems like Google just wanted to get this out there and say look okay, we made it. It was a pain maybe they're not making as many of them as they had wanted in. So they're not pushing it as hard. I don't know but it's an odd launch for something that for for people who want to. Mind their mind. Their pennies is a very attractive phone. It is that said, the timing is curious as you mentioned I mean listen a five hundred dollar phone. A lot of people are like, oh, that sounds great I mean that's not even really expensive based on you know what a flagship phone will run you these days it kind of feels like to me that. There is some supply chain issues going on here Google's leg at just just released. And like sell for real cheap and you know, let's move the merch. and. Then we've got we've got other stuff going on this to push so hard since we didn't make as many of them kind. You're Kinda right it kind of feels like that. Yeah. The one thing and Roger I. Don't know if you want to weigh in on this for people who want the bargain price three, hundred, fifty dollars very attractive it's not very future-proof. That's not dragging seven thirty is not the seven sixty it's not even the best mid level snapdragon processor it obviously doesn't have five G. I mean we you end up spending more because you'll have to replace the sooner. I would say that for a lot of people like, for example, my wife, she wouldn't use a lot of the additional features. She just needs a phone that does all the basic does the context does a photos I can share through instagram or facebook. The only problem with her phone is it's no longer being supported right? It's a, it's a five year old one plus three and so it works great but it just it has no, no longer has any updates for security and all available. APSO having something like this also means that you know you get a new phone that's inexpensive but it's also part of the cold Google we strip it down to the bare essentials. There's no bloat wear that's added and it does what it does like eighty percent of what most people do on the phone. Yeah and if she still rocking a one plus three, this processor will probably be fine for her. She's going to be doing heavily intense things would use the processor. So yeah, that makes sense.
Interview With Javier Mercedes About How He Uses Social Media Services
"A lot of people have our by to tweet. They might do a facebook. FACEBOOK post, or they might just do it. All and I was really interested in talking to somebody. Who Does it all from podcasting blogging? Flocking Patriot on going live you name it. Harvey Mercedes is here with us from Austin and heavier. Does it all tell everybody about yourself up here I? My main platform is youtube I'm a video tech to`real youtuber and a gear reviewer on Youtube so. If you were to symbol across a lot of my content, it centers around filmmaking video podcasting and. Just gear reviews and other things of that nature teaching people how to make better videos and better video podcasts. But I, think you found that just putting in video up is not enough, and you've got to let people know, and it sounds like you work every other avenue to get the word out correct. This is true you can have the best content and word of mouth is great, but it's half the battle and I would say almost seventy five percent of the battle is marketing in order to do that effectively. You have to be on all those channels. How often do you blog? For the most part it's exactly whenever I was coming out with PODCASTS I try and have. one particular topic or guests that I'm talking to a week, and then distilling down the things that I learned in terms of that podcast and creating the micro content around that of all the obviously the whole goal of everything you're doing is to drive traffic to Youtube, so which vehicle is generally the most effective for for found a multiple Avenues in each one at right now I've been doing this for about two and a half years to three years like all in In terms of growing youtube channel, and knowing what it means to be a content creator online. And I think. What I've learned is that some ways are better than others. There's other there's some episodes. Save for my podcast. That will do amazing on facebook. Because of a specific kind of highlight reel that I made I interviewed to Olympia Nhs in for some reason. I made a highlight reel of those Olympians doing saying some amazing stuff, but then also put it with some roll of them, actually doing their thing, and it was shared out by a whole bunch of people in facebook drove a lot of traffic from that The other example that I just said was seventy. Five hard is specifically linked to my own website, so that's driving traffic into. Everything that I'm doing on my website. Heavier was I know there's so many places where people can find you. Let's give him one so if they want to read more about you, it's heavier Mercedes. Dot Com! Yeah, yeah, just, or you can look Havi, Mercedes. That's J. A.. V. E. R. Mercedes just like the car on Youtube If you have any questions for me, find me on twitter at Jefferson Graham and I think it's at hobby are Mercedes on twitter correct on all the social places. It's hoppy Mercedes X..
The Story of Sam Hurd
"Two thousand eleven Chicago. A black escalade cruised through the rainy night pulling up outside. A Morton steakhouse the car backed into a space beside the entrance and man stepped out. He approached the restaurant confident. But careful wary that someone might recognize him. His name was Sam heard wide receiver for the Chicago bears if the wrong people overheard his conversation tonight. His football career would immediately come to mind. Welcome to sports criminals. Apar- cast original. This is the twenty second episode in our March Madness special this month where counting down the top thirty one sports scandals from Nineteen Ninety to two thousand twenty. I'm Carter Roy and I'm Tim Johnson in today's episode. We're going back to two thousand eleven and the arrest of wide receiver. Sam Heard in July of two thousand eleven twenty six year old Sam heard signed with the Chicago bears as a free agent. The reserved wide receiver was known as a humble and God fearing man. Good player with a heart of gold. He was dedicated to giving back to the community donating significant portions of his earnings to local charities but only a few months after joining the bears. Everything came crashing down at around seven thirty five PM on December fourteenth. Two Thousand Eleven Sam entered. Morton steakhouse seated at table fifty four. He waited patiently for his guests to arrive to men entered one of them. A man going by the pseudonym. Havi air carried a cowboy hat in one hand and a white bag labeled happy birthday in the other. The other was a short man who was going by Carlos also not his real name. The men introduce themselves to Sam and sat at his table talking in hushed voices. The conversation lasted for seventy seven minutes and it was all recorded. The happy birthday bag contained a kilo of cocaine wrapped up under a small pile of tissue paper at the end of the conversation. Sam picked it up. As Sam stepped out of the steakhouse. He was surrounded by policemen arrested. He had been caught in a sting. Operation Heard was cut from the bears two days after his arrest though he was
A Check-Up On California's Efforts To Combat Climate Change
"You A checkup now. On attempts to address Climate Change California is the fifth largest economy in the world. And it has some of the most aggressive climate policies in the country. It passed landmark law. Fourteen years ago to slash greenhouse gas emissions is also one of the first states to set a goal of going completely carbon neutral for many. California has been held up as a model but is it. Npr's Hannah Haeggman joins us now to take a closer look. Hi Hannah Halo all right. Let's tick through a couple of things look at energy. How is California doing so? The big emission cuts. We've seen there so far. Those have mostly come from getting off coal from two thousand four to two thousand. Six Cole was about twenty percent of the total electricity mix and in two thousand eighteen. It was only a little more than three percent. That's good yup. And that happened for a couple of reasons. California committed to this huge goal of getting greenhouse gas emissions below nineteen ninety levels. There was support from the Obama administration and wind and solar prices came way down. So because of all that Danny Colon word a researcher at Stanford Law School told me that. There's a clearer path to decarbonising electricity versus other industries. The technologies that cut the emissions are things we have and we know how to work with. That's installing solar plants. That's installing wind plants. That's putting battery energy storage systems and we have the right policies in tools to get it done and that's less true in some of the other sectors so energy good but he's mentioning these other sectors and I'm assuming one of those is transportation I'm thinking of electric cars. I Know California's done a lot. What's going on there? Actually over the last years vehicle emissions have inched up up. Yeah and that's because the number of people super commuting up to ninety minutes each way that's increase that's one part of the equation and another thing to a record number of Californians have cars about eighty out of every hundred all right. You mentioned commuting this week. It's all about telecommuting. People try to slow the spread of the corona virus. Yeah that's true and we don't know how long this will last but there's other issues at hand. I talked with Daniel sperling. He's a member of the California Air Resources Board about this thing. He called the Amazon prime effect What is that wanting more things delivered fast that means lots of trips from warehouses to neighborhoods and at the end of the day? That's meant an uptick in truck emissions. Which are the worst for the environment? So what about just putting people closer to work so that they don't have to supercomuter. Yeah that's easier said than done. And lawmakers have tried to address that by putting through various policies to build housing closer to city centers. They haven't been successful so far. Though there's also the question of people even really want to live in high rises and cities even if it does mean shorter commutes so kind of back to where we started Lou. The state is really pushing for people to buy more electric vehicles. Here's sperling we're kind of on the path. We just need to add a lot more urgency and move faster so California. Has this goal of getting five million zero emission vehicles on the road and ten years and in October of last year? There are about six hundred fifty five thousand of these cars on the road. Sperling has there are some state level incentives but there needs to be more to get more people to buy vs. Last thing is thirty to be a lot more charging infrastructure But if you put all these incentives in is that really enough to widely motivate Californians to buy vs yet Gets at the heart of the challenge. I talked to Havi Air Casinos. He's a native Californian and he commutes from Whittier California to Santa Ana about an hour and a half each way he drives a Honda. Civic that runs on natural gas he bought it a couple years ago to try and reduces impact but now the card doesn't meet the State's Clean Car Standards. He wants to buy a newer EV. But it's still too much for him at this point and he feels like people like him are being left behind Latinos and people of Color. We're the guys that drive all the way from east. La Too West La and we're not getting any love in terms of getting support to get in these cars so this is really about the environment which it's supposed to be about. Then why are you ostracizing your big majority of people that are on the road more than anyone else? So what's your big takeaway here when you look at? How a state like California? Which really has made this front and center is struggling so much. I mean with a state like California. They put up a lot of money to try and make these things happen at the same time. There's been a real slowdown a federal effort so now California's making progress to meet goals. But it might be going too slow that's NPR's Hannah Haeggman. Thank you so
The Rise and Fall of Baseball's Hottest Young Manager
"So Buster. The Red Sox and Alex Cora mutually parted ways on Tuesday. I think that's what we're calling it. After it was revealed that Cora was an integral part in the illegal sign stealing operation in Houston in two thousand seventeen when he was the astros bench coach. MLB is currently investigating the Red Sox as well to determine whether he implemented similar signs stealing in their twenty eighteen world series winning season season and now we are all awaiting to see what his punishment will be. What was your reaction to the report of his wrongdoing and his subsequent firing well? I wasn't surprised that he wound up leaving from what I understand from talking with sources that he knew as soon soon is the astros fired. Aj hinch and they fired. Jeff Luneau their general manager that his position with the red sox wasn't tenable depressing intimate set in terms. The suspensions and at the very least Alex is going to probably get a year and if they were to stack on the extra counts for the red SOx walks in two thousand eighteen at the end of that investigation. He might even get more time than that and so I think he totally understood that they're in a position where they were going to have have to consider a change. We met with Alex yesterday and everyone went into that meeting trying to answer. The question is what was in the best interest for the Boston. Red Sox Alex was professional understanding that he had made a mistake and and so after a couple of conversations. We all mutually agreed that we needed to part ways. But we do it. Alex feels like to some degree. Sorry that he's leaving on his own terms just as someone who's known for a long time and worked with them. I certainly feel that way a year ago. I think we would talk about about. Alex is being the most powerful manager in baseball and now we don't know if he's ever going to manage the big leagues again. But you worked with him when he was at. ESPN right right right. Worked with him for four years. ESPN did shows with him was around him and then after he left. You know when I would do my work on Sunday night. Baseball all or other type reporting and you talk to him or you're around the red sox and you watched how he interacted with players boy. He ascended so quickly and I can't remember someone who probably was better suited for the position of manager and saying I can't sit here today and predict that he's ever going to manage again in the major leagues seeks buster. What did baseball say that? Alex Cora actually did in Houston that he was essentially at the center of the conversation. An that had begun with Carlos Beltran and some of the players about refining. This science stealing Alex was the one according to the report who ask ask employees to install a monitor that could be used right behind the Astros dug out by the way that monitor was located. Did No more than thirty feet where. Aj hinch their manager was standing. No more than thirty feet were. Alex was doing his work bench coach during the course of the game. So basically everybody knew it was there. Everybody I've heard stories in the last forty eight hours about how members of the Astros have reached out to people though the teams comes after the athletic came out with an initial report and tried to assure peers competitors. Hey don't it wasn't that serious that that story was overblown and then when the report came out with the details the other day there is so much anger there are friendships that are fractured. Because of how some members the Astros not only did they cheat back in two thousand seventeen but in the two months that followed the athletic report. They've been lying. Did their peers about what they were doing. Well Chorus reputation like around baseball before this news. He was known as the guy who would hold things together. During a moment of crisis he took over the national team from Puerto Rico leading in the WBZ. He showed such a great way of dealing with players connecting with people at that time the Puerto Rico national team potentially had three shortstop Havi Abayas. Hi as an Francisco Lindor Carlos Correa and among baseball nerds like myself. We were all wondering like how is. How is Alex GonNa work through those Egos you know? How is he going to convince one guy to be the third baseman who got to be shortstop and one got to be the second basement any did it? And when he was the Astros Bench coach in two thousand thousand seventeen men he made such great connections with Alex Bregman at George Springer. They loved Alex Cora the the players loved Alex other people in Baseball. Absolutely love Alex. When the Red Sox officials who put in this position where they have to fire him they talked about that how much that's regard they have for him and I think that's I has been universal leading up to this whole decision? What was he like as a player at the time he was drafted by the dodgers? He was regarded as an excellent prospect but he never really developed into the consistent offensive player that the dodgers thought he was going to be. He carved out this role through a fourteen year career of being a role player but he was smart guy and was always known like Carlos. Beltran is someone who it was really good at ascertaining what the other team was doing with it signs for decades there was an accepted form of stealing signed and that would be the runner standing at second base and figuring out what the catcher signs were there with a lien or with the placement of a hand on a knee they could could convey to the hitter. What the next pitch was? And that's the reputation that he developed early on so he was signed stealing back that he was good. Good at picking up on Pitch Tipping. I'm sure as smart as Alex is. As much experience he had in baseball. He was tremendous. It picked up signs when leading off at second base and potentially relaying back to the hitter so despite that science stealing ability outscore score never really broke through as a player he retired in two thousand eleven as a career to forty three hitter but in twenty sixteen buster he returns to the Big Leagues Leagues as the Astros Bench Coach now Houston is known as extremely progressive forward thinking organization. How much were analytic Atlantic's and video? Apart of course coaching methods it was a lot in terms of what he was responsible for with defensive positioning. I've had conversations with Alex when we would talk about an infielder. Who may be wasn't that good and didn't have that much range and Alex would give me awake and say he'll be fine? We'll put them in the right place. That's part of what he excelled at when he was with the Astros putting a guy in the right spot to make a play a now the Astros under Jeff Luneau always had a rule that reporters could not talk to coaches. They're only organization baseball. That I know of that made that rule. I think in part because they wanted to protect their information. They didn't want the coaches talking about what they were doing. But I think Alex like Brent Strom their pitching coach. Aj hinch. They got a lot of information. A lot of feedback from the front office that they wound up using the culture in the organization has come under a lot of scrutiny really for months now. The commissioner statements singled out. Do you think Cora felt built enabled. Perhaps by the Astros focus on winning at all costs absolutely when you look back at the history of the Astros after Jeff Luneau took over. Boy does this seem inevitable. 'cause I mean they SP- have absolutely skirted right at the edge of of competitive propriety. All the way through when you think about what happened when Jeff took over the team. Not only did they tank. They tanked in a way that no one had ever seen before in baseball. You know in one year I think it was two thousand thousand thirteen. They cut their payroll down to the point. Where only one player on the team at the end of the year was making over a million dollars? One player I know what the commissioner said about the word tanking but I can tell you privately so many executives at that time. We're going to see what they're doing. They are absolutely they're not even pretending to. I have a representative major league product. It was clear from their actions. Then that so long as you wound up winning and you got the number one pick and and you pick Carlos Correa or you wind up with Alex Bregman. That would justify what they did. That same sort of mentality was in play during the stealing stuff
Making food choices around very "opinionated eaters"
"First I'll answer this week's listener question. It's from a listener. Who gives their name as a farmer? Who writes I work in food? Justice where my work centers on increasing access to quote unquote fresh food in primarily low income communities unity's of color and educating folks on making dietary shifts that are thought to be more health promoting and better for the environment. I love the work I do but unfortunately unfortunately have experienced internal and sometimes external shame for how I eat in this movement. People often have very polarized ideas about how people quote unquote quotes. Should eat like that. Everyone should be Vegan avoid quote unquote processed food buy organic etc.. Some of the rhetoric. I hear in these spaces. I'm realizing leising now can also unintentionally promote disordered relationships with food eating quote unquote clean or needing to do quote unquote cleanses or D.. Toxins even the way. We sometimes talk about using food as a way to support our health in a country where healthcare is not always accessible can sometimes sound like we're saying saying if you don't eat in a quote unquote health promoting way. It's your fault if you get sick. I WANNA move away from food rules and restrictive eating but feel intimidated intimidated. Trying that in these spaces I would appreciate advice on how to navigate eating what I want in spaces where people have allowed opinions about how we should. It'd be eating especially when those opinions are based in environmental justice. This feels tricky to me and to how we can talk about food. Access issues and climate change without resorting to restrictive eating slash shameful language. Thinks so thanks a farmer for that great question and before I answered are just my usual disclaimer. That these answers and this podcast in general are for information on educational purposes only and are not a substitute for individual medical mental health or career advice. So yeah this is such a great question and I really identify with this. I talk a lot about these issues in my book because I went through some similar experiences myself having worked in food activists and community nutrition spaces where there were a lot of strong ideas about the quote unquote right foods to I eat and I even used to hold those ideas myself back in the day until much later when I realized that those ideas were fanning the flames of my disordered eating. So I think the issue with the kind of food shaming and fearmongering that goes on in these spaces is that like you alluded to it totally fails to take into account. Count the ways. In which food justice ideas can and often do create an exacerbate disordered eating and shame people who aren't able to eat according adding to those rules for whatever reason both the health arguments and the environmental arguments for eating in certain ways are really flawed and aren't taking into account the full spectrum of people's needs and abilities and lives and you know what it means to be human so for one thing in terms of the health arguments as I discuss in my book. There's good evidence than when it comes to population level health outcomes. Only about ten percent of those outcomes uh-huh are attributable to food physical activity combined and only about thirty percent or maybe even as low as twenty five percent by some estimates of those outcomes can can be attributed to all health behaviors so including food and exercise but also all other health promoting behaviors as well and the rest that seventy we need to seventy. Five percent is due to social determinants of health so things like Havi race and racism experiences of discrimination including weight stigma among other experiences of trauma access to healthcare etcetera etcetera etcetera right and so focusing so much on the food piece really misses the bigger picture when it comes to health because so much of our health really is determined by these social determinants. And there's also research showing that weight. Stigma is actually a bigger risk to health than what people eat as I mentioned a few weeks ago and episode to seventeen with Kendra Sauna Ville so if we're delivering nutrition messages hostages with a side order of weight. Stigma which food justice programs often do I might add and I personally delivered many of those messages back in the day myself before I learned earned the problems with them and the harm that they do. But if we're delivering these messages with a side order of weight stigma were actually cancelling out any benefit of that nutrition information. So that's really important to keep in mind and then the other thing I would say. Is that the environmental arguments painting our food choices. As you know the thing that makes or breaks the environment right. It's like it's all up to us and how we eat. That argument is wrong. Corporations are the real problem. Big companies are the real major polluters real contributors to environmental pollution greenhouse gas emissions. And the only solution that's really large scale enough to address that what is government regulation not a relatively small number of people. Because let's be real the people who are making these huge sacrifices in what they eat are still relatively small a number of people compared to the number of people who aren't doing that right and this relatively small number of people making these huge sacrifices that are potentially harmful to their mental until on physical wellbeing. Just aren't going to compare to the government regulation. That could happen. That could make such a big difference. So for example a twenty seventeen report found that just one hundred companies their major corporations or state run companies and some other countries. Just one hundred companies are responsible for for seventy one percent of greenhouse gas emissions around the world seventy one percent and that's an even greater percentage than the previous report a few years prior so the number of companies that are responsible for this lion's share pollution is going up and the percentage of pollution that they're responsible for is also going up so that really means that if we wanna make the biggest impact in the biggest change possible in terms of reducing emissions. We need to focus our collective energy on electing people electing representatives who will use the power of their office to stop these polluters not people who are in their pocket right people or in the pocket of big polluters and want to undo all the existing regulations which we have seen in the United States in recent years right there are lots and lots of elected officials who are doing this in one particular party not naming any names but there are also people across the political spectrum are not standing up to polluters as much as they should so. That's what we really I need to be doing to make the biggest possible impact. And when you're caught up in disorder thinking about food and disordered eating. It can be really difficult or even impossible. We'll to devote your time and energy to fighting those fights so those important political fights to fighting for causes you believe in because that requires the boring and energy taking stuff like making phone calls getting out and canvassing raising money and all kinds of things that take a lot of energy and mental focus which diet culture her steals from you and I know this personally in my own disordered eating days. I really did not have room for political organizing or activism. I know that for many of my clients. That's it's the case as well even if there are people who care deeply about political and social causes their efforts at dieting and then subsequently the amount of energy they have to pour into their recovery three keeps them from doing all the political things that they want to do now. I want to be clear here that I'm not saying that. No one should ever make any changes changes in their eating for environmental reasons. And if that's something that you feel able to do without jeopardizing your mental and physical wellbeing and without keeping you stuck in disordered disordered eating then. That's totally fine. have at it right. I'm not here to stop you. But I just think that making blanket recommendations that people need to change how they eat in order to help the environment really ignores the realities of people's lives and their relationships with food which in this culture and Diet Culture are often too oof wrought to support any type of restriction on what they eat as I discussed an episode one twenty-one with Emily Contra which is a really good episode. I'd recommend checking it out if you have a chance if you haven't already We talked about this idea of quote unquote voting with your fork and how it's actually really problematic. Because it puts the onus on individuals vigils rather than actually voting for change by voting in elected officials. Who are going to hold polluting industries and companies accountable and that's GonNa make their greater her impact as we were just discussing given that you know corporations are really so Responsible for the lion's share pollution and of course some people can do both right right. Some people can work to organize and agitate for change and get elected officials in office. That are going to hold polluters accountable and also changed. How are they eat to try to reduce their toll on the environment? Some people may be able to do that but to say that everyone needs to quote unquote vote with their fork and everyone needs to do that in order to be a good environmentalist molester good progressive or whatever is frankly discriminatory and ablest. It's really ablest to say that everyone needs to do that because a lot of people can't eat in in a food. Activist approved way without doing real harm to their mental health right without creating or triggering or exacerbating disordered eating without doing unharmed of their bank accounts without doing harm to their overall wellbeing. Right people with disabilities rely on convenience foods in order to get their needs for food mats. And that's that's a great thing. And they shouldn't be made to feel shamed for it people with eating disorders or disordered eating or who are at risk of those things should not be shamed for not eating eating in certain ways because they're taking care of their mental health so I think it's really just missing the bigger picture to paint making changes in how you eat as like the main way to affect change on the environment. The other thing to keep in mind is that fear. Mongering about food comes out of Diet Culture Right which is a system of oppressive beliefs that is rooted and other systems of oppression like racism misogyny xenophobia. And I talk in depth about that in my book. I I also talked about that in a previous episode with Sabrina strings about the racist component. But really diet culture is so tied up in these other systems of oppression and so as progressive progressive as many food justice activists consider themselves to be there often actually unintentionally upholding an oppressive system by being so militant about food. So for the person who asked the question Afar. When it comes to what you can do I would definitely recommend trying to challenge the rhetoric that you hear about food in food justice spaces that you're a part of and maybe that's as simple as just gently sharing the perspective that you know not? Everyone can change how they eat because it can be harmful to people's mental health or their physical wellbeing to restrict their eating and also that not. Everyone can afford to eat this way. Because of how labor intensive it is right avoiding quote unquote processed foods is great if you have a lot of money and time on your hands but if you're someone who is poor poor like money poor and also time poor that doesn't really work because cooking from scratch is incredibly labor intensive and when you're juggling multiple jobs and maybe trying to caretake members members of your family and take care of yourself. It just really doesn't fit in with your life so I think that pointing out those things in a gentle way can be really helpful just for planting a seed and you can also draw attention. To the fact that the major culprits when it comes to the environment you know large corporations as we discussed are let off the hook when we make it all about individual responsibility and individual choice right. We're letting them off the hook by taking the onus on ourselves because what's really really gonNA make big change. Our government regulations not just individuals changing their behaviors. So would recommend just seating those conversations right planting getting little seeds when you can and maybe there's time when you can get into larger discussions with people who seem open to it or maybe not and you're not under any obligation to do that. You know I think planting seeds is more than enough especially when you're dealing with your own mental health and wellbeing and trying to avoid being triggered back into disordered thinking yourself herself so take care of yourself when you're having these conversations
Andy Serling, Jimmy Baker
"How are you? I'm good. I'm good and this is a fascinating topic. You've discussed the hurting issues for years and you know what if they're going to call it like like this on a regular basis. I think we'd all be happy right. I own a real happy. I would you know I yeah I mean obviously referring the Gold Cup senior listeners. Now I mean I you know I think that in general I've always felt that are stewards were consistent and I think those you know constant calls for consistency or more of a you know to sort of more twitter fantasy eighty but not in this one I mean at least to me I feel as though I've seen very very similar wants to this constantly not get adjudicated indicated where in this case they took the worst down. I don't have any problem with the I think. The KOTOVA won the race that horse had deliberately come out and I was surprised they didn't give by days because this one seemed like it was Iran I mean I don't know how you can say that. you know Roseau deserved reserved. Come down and it wasn't the right or that was doing it because clearly was coming out. I mean that's that's what they do. I don't I'm not blaming the writers by the way the writers are trying to win. The writers are trying to do what they can to win within the rules. They absolutely don't get us qualified so it's not like they're trying to break rules doing what they do but the stewards have allowed them to get away away with this consistently. and I read hurts a lot. Havi accustomed to hurt her job will ask us is one of the best ever seen he's a little more subtle maybe of the others and that's why he gets away with it but they all get away with it to be honest and they're trying to win so I don't. I don't criticize a rider Lider for doing what he can to win. He's only trying he or she. You're only going to try to play within the rules and what the sewage let him get away with because their job is to win for the betters the owners trainers everybody so I don't knock a writer for doing what the stewards of allow them to get away with. This case I would say Iraq was doing what they've sort of been allowed to get away with. Let's in this case. They said that they felt across the line. you know I guess could compare to adopt a doctor Edgar Kirti Queue up at Saratoga at the end of two thousand eighteen. I don't think it's either that one was much more G- Regis in this I just like the stewards to be very clear and stop the hurting. There's that race not sure but it might have been the first race that they ran thirteen but I'm not sure that was the day actually probably wasn't he goes actually on TV for that. It was the first race where I read to the worse out hurting to the far far outside rail this misnomer that there has to be contact for herding to have cost a horse victory. It's me that's that's really really problematic horses. I like when they say both worse. Were drifting. Not both drifting horses are herd animals and of course horse inside of his coming out. It's going to cause the horse to come out. The riders know that so they're moving out and moving the horse out is not to be contacting moving them out and I think that's something that needs to be understood. That contact isn't the issue issue is a worse feed sort of drifted out by another horse pursue. Prevent it for keeping US going and we see this a lot and I love to see it. You know permanently stopped. I think it would be better for the game. I think it would be safer and I don't know why everytime they come into the riders coming out for and bypass to meet their challenger. What the start art and it's it just seems like keep straight pack? I think that's a big thing. Europe isn't it but keeping a straight path. It's a standard and I won't I mean if you're in the if you're in on the rail or in the two path and there's a horse rallying out in the Uh out in the you know three four five there is there is a school of thought that says it's important that your horse be able to see that somebody's coming so moving out a little bit I get you in terms of eyeballing it. It's yesterday I got to say this because I wanted to. I wanted to say if you're driving a car because this is something something everybody can understand who has not been in the car. When a guy abreast of you or just slightly in front of you starts to drift left over into your lane and for a second you move over a little bit and then you honk at a certain point and let the guy correct is path? It's it's no oh different. There's nowhere for the Horse to go if a horse is constantly learning leaning in front Yup Yup yeah
The two sides of Beirut
"Now by the end of his first year in Beirut Middle East correspondent Adam Harvey thought he knew his new home town then he stepped out of his comfort zone and into the part of Beirut controlled by the Iranian backed militia Hezbollah Beirut is a tiny city crowded around a couple of small hills waged between the mountains mountains in the Mediterranean. My family's life here is centered on a small part of this compact town bounded by my son's school the apartments of our friends and in a couple of pay as you go places like Yuppie Pack we patted down for prohibited goods like kid cats and Muesli buzz before you permitted into the souls tools and wooden pirate ship a walkin run the same streets here everyday and I think I know it and then in event like a surer reminds me that I'll always ESPN stranger he sure is a Shia Muslim commemoration Russian that marks the death in six eighty ad of Hussein the grandson of Islam's Prophet Muhammad. It's a huge day in Beirut. She had district and this year I went to Dhaka in Beirut's southern suburbs to attend the Hezbollah event. I hear begins just a couple of hundred meters beyond my stomping and ground but crossing the invisible boundary is like entering another country. If not another millennia there are multiple checkpoints and outer ring man by the Lebanese army and an in-network controlled by Hezbollah like everyone else today. I'm dressed in black but I'm obviously not Lebanese so I'm stopped to over and over again by lodge men wearing tight t shirts and thick beds and with handguns waged into their waistbands. Im surged in my press ideas checked and then and I'm waved through after the fourth or fifth search. My bag is X. Rayed am allowed onto a bus. It'll take me even further into here. It's a place I would never normally be able to go narrow. Straits are overlooked by apartment blocks of six or seven stories pockmarked with bullet holes from the fighting here in the seventies and eighties piece is Bella has its office here and it's presumably home to his Balazs leader Hassan Nasrallah in Israel system. Militia stole some of its thousands of missiles here as well as the equipment. It's really worried about specialists. Machinery used to make the rockets more accurate. It would be seriously dumb to pull out a camera recorded here on any other day of the year you'd soon be having very intense conversations with heavily armed people but today's basically Hezbollah Open Day and the rules. Don't apply an off-duty Lebanese army soldier shows me his tattoos of Hussein Muhammed's Muhammed's grandson and tells me that he doesn't think there'll be war with Israel. An older woman tells me it's important that the community comes out in force today as a deterrent to Lebanon in southern neighbour. Some black clad teenagers wave me over and NC state the chicken soup. A young woman practices her Australian accent on me okay. Would you like to roast marshmallows may nor kangaroos hop up the nothing. There's a bit of British chases doc. His reputation is undeserved. Actually there's a very bad stereotype but is actually all filled with terrorists and there's always bombs and and Cetera and that's not true like we've been living I. I'm twenty three going on twenty four. I've been living here my whole life and it's actually really beautiful and I've never felt safer life than being here. There's always meant to protect us. Then reasonably normal more conversation with an articulate young woman takes detour. Her boyfriend is a Hezbollah fighter. He did go to Syria a few times. So what did you would like to go more often. Don't let him because I want him here. I love him too much. What is what was his experience. What did he say about it. I told you he'd like to go way more often but I don't let him. It's me that is not letting him go yeah interest. It's you know what sometimes I tell him like God be with. You and I hope you know you just come back safe but yeah it is dangerous. Yeah it is risky and he knows was it and that's why he wants to go. He's a big strong man. How common is it from this area. People go very very comment because we all have the same concept. If I were able to fight I would go to be honest by a girl. They wouldn't let me the rally itself kicks off and it feels it was like all of Beirut is matching past waving Hezbollah's yellow and green flags there a scout troops wearing Atallah. Cassini's photograph pinned to their shirts. It's is a political science student from a Lebanese American University with the photograph of a dead Hezbollah fighter which into his headband Hezbollah Woah yes. Do you think you will. I think everyone afford case along with certain mission whether on their on the battlefield whether the media rather as a position in the hospital the only way. Do you think you'll be on battlefield or I'm not sure aw the parade over opened my phone to navigate my way out of this labyrinth and I'm floyd to realize I'm just a few hundred meters away from the kids playground Yuppie Yeah Park where I've stood arguing about twenty first century problems like my right to winter replay ground with chocolate bars and kids sandwiches. It seems so far away away from this unfamiliar place of guns and vigilance and religion and young people heading off to war This is Adam Havi in south Beirut for correspondence report. Eh One fascinating city Adam Harvey in Beirut there.
Halsey Paid a Fan's Speeding Ticket Because They Were Listening to Her Song
"Havi ended up Ben mowing fan, two hundred fifty dollars to pay for her speeding ticket after she found out. She was listening to haul these new song when she was pulled over her name is Frencesco. And she tweeted driving from Penn State. I got pulled over and given a ticket for the first time ever when asked why was going ninety nine in seventy. I was dangerously close to admitting I was being out to haul these new new her new song nightmare healthy saw the tweet and then offered to pay for the ticket ended up Ben mowing her two hundred fifty dollars in the caption little comments. You what, what she sent the money said drive
Police ID teen tackled after bringing gun to Oregon school
"A student at park rose high school in Portland, Oregon brought a gun into the building on Friday, and it could have lead to dire consequences that wasn't the case, this time around, though, CBS news. Correspondent cut her Evans has the story. But it park rose high school in Portland on Friday. No one was shot. Alleged gunman was tackled and held as police arrived havi going into custody, and heathen low the school's football and track coach is being hailed as a
Jose Quintana and altered approach continues Cubs' run of impressive starting pitching
"Strong pitching from Jose Kintana an early offense helped the cubs to a seven two two win over the dodgers and the opening game of their series at Wrigley field. Seven innings for Kentuckiana and six of the cub runs scored in the first two winnings. Wilson contraire us a three run double Anthony Rizzo. A two run Homer. Havi bias added a home run for the cubs as well. We opened the game early early early in the fridge in your state. We cue the today being being on point again with great canton now three and one
Plane with the largest wingspan in the world takes flight
"The world's largest aircraft made its maiden flight in California. On saturday. The plane has to coke pits and a wingspan longer than the length of a football field. One very excited. Plane-spotter was there to see a takeoff in havi desert? Jack bay aerospace and rocket photographer for NASA spaceflight dot com, and he's been speaking to the BBC's lease to set very early morning. Maybe thirty minutes after sunrise, and we were near the end of the runway offset slightly or very early on. They had pulled the aircraft out and lined up on the end of the runway. So we were all very excited and right around seven o'clock it started to move and to my delight it took off. And it seemed almost effortless. It was. It was almost any climatic. They really did a great job both with the take off in the ending. But almost surprise to me at a certain moment. It hit me. Like, oh my goodness. This thing is actually fine in the air. Right at me. So that was quite a treat. I expect. I'll not forget this day ever set the wingspan is greater than the length of a football field. I mean, that's just almost impossible to contemplate. It's really madness. I mean, that's kind of what I mean about it being startled are surprised when it took off. 'cause I don't know what I was expecting maybe maybe longer on the runway or maybe a slower climb. But I mean, like any other aircraft. It was basically just up and out, and you know, my I was lack jot. It was just it was like nothing I've seen before. And I've seen plenty of aircraft. Plenty of large aircraft. I've shot virgin galactic here multiple times. That's always a treat. But you know, this is just on a whole 'nother level. I absolutely cannot wait for them to get a rocket under this thing. And I wanna photographic with rocket attached. I wanna see this thing launch a Pegasus, which is the type of rocket that they're believe are aiming to launch. So it's the dawn of a new era of space white we've been watching from aircraft for some time. But everyone is trying to lower the access to space low the cost access to space. You know, we can do that. Then only going to benefit humanity a large scale, it's really great. So what actually happens when the rocket is put on the plane? So eventually got to the point where where they will make the rocket to the vehicle when are happy with how everything's performing. And they have done all their tests. The vehicle will climb up about four thousand feet, I think and will release the rocket and thereby airplanes and go back and land at the at the runway, the rocket freefalls briefly fires engine, and then climbs into orbit where it will deposit payload. It's fascinating and interesting to see another page in aviation history. Spaceflight history
MLB live stream 2019: how to watch today's baseball from anywhere
"Is baseball actually doing something. Good for young people. Was it the three hour and forty seven minute cubs game yesterday. We'll get to that Chris black dollar here on ESPN one thousand and the ESPN app. Did you notice on Twitter at MLB? So the official Twitter handle for major league baseball. They've been tweeting each and every day. We have more live at bats in today's options are from the mentions who do you want to see? And then they list four players that you can vote on. And what it is is throughout the day whoever wins and yesterday, the winner was havi buyers course, so each and every time he came up to bat MLB streamed live on Twitter havi buyers and his at bats right there in the time line right there for the consumer right there for the young person to observe and to witness and watch someone who's very exciting in the game of baseball the day before it was Mike trout the day before that opening day. It was Bryce Harper. So each and every day this season. And if you go to Twitter handle you can vote on who the in game at bats will be streamed throughout the day. And I saw this like this is fantastic. This is exactly the type of thing. Baseball needs to do to garner. The attention from young people. Because it's not this conversation of we have to change the game. Baseball's a fine game. It's the overall concept that baseball doesn't know how to grasp the attention of the young person, and this is a start because over the years the reason the NFL and the NBA has succeeded with young people is because of the ability to give the product to the consumer and the easiest way possible. The NBA will not remove any highlight that Adam that Felix that any person listening puts out on their own social media platform to share with their friends to let them know. I'm watching this Brooklyn nets game and diangelo Russel is going off. Here's a highlight tweet. But if you used to do that with baseball baseball would come in and remove your video because it's against their policy for video sharing which is a problem because then young people are not seeing in their feeds and their timelines, the exciting things are taking place throughout the night throughout the day in major league baseball, you could basically watch every Zayn. Williamson highlight seconds after it happened in your timeline seconds. Hundreds of thousands of people sharing retweeting posting videos of Zion. Williamson doing something great. And now, everyone has a social awareness of it. This is great for major league baseball that. Now, they are going to share and put out there right there. I I don't have to sign up for a package. I don't have to have a special cable provider. I don't have to have a major league baseball season pass. I don't have to have any of this. They're just going to give me the best players in baseball each and every day a look in throughout the game. So I don't have to do anything extra. Plus, I don't have to sit through the four hour baseball game. And wait for the Mike trout the Bryce Harper. Hobby by is to do something amazing. I can see it right there in the feed which I thought was pretty cool because back to last night's cubs game. The first ten Rangers the face their former teammate didn't put the ball in play as six walked enforced. Struck out. According to the allies sports bureau. That's the most hitters not to put a ball in play to start a game in franchise history last night's game. Both the cubs and the White Sox. I watch a lot of the White Sox game very slow very boring. And that's what the game has come to because of the three outcomes strikeout walk or homerun. And that's what baseball is. And that's why when you have the conversation of what a lot of people were talking about baseball season started Jeff passan wrote about it. Others kurtenbach in the Mercury News wrote about it that you get a hit once every nine minutes in baseball, and that is slowly killing the sport. Because no action is actually taking place on the field. I get it. Their strategy be between the pitcher and and the battery and watching all those foul offs, and the pictures and all that stuff that's part of the game. But there's no action on the actual field. And I think it's good that baseball came out and props to them that they're trying to target young people by giving them the product right there in your feet. Live streaming hobby buyers every about yesterday. Yeah. I mean, you're not going to change the game itself. So you try to change what you can as far as interaction goes. Right. People come flying in with. We gotta move the mound. We need to do this. Now, we need to play seven innings. Now, we need we need to have all these different rules. That's not what young people are saying young people are not saying changed the game of baseball. Just it was a better sport to watch when it was played differently. That's the problem is that these strategy from all of these organizations has changed so dramatically that you get three outcomes. And the three outcomes are not that exciting because two of them are guys just standing around doing nothing. Well, I mean, look you can't teams for trying to win games. Because the way that's the way you wouldn't go. But, but that's why it's it's something that is happening moving forward that no one can really stop. Because what are you gonna go to all the teams and say you can't do that anymore? When a guy is fouling off pitches. Just trying to walk. No you have to put the ball in play. That's not gonna work, and what are the answers that. I've always said is. Well, the reason you know, basketball is more popular in these. These stars are more marketable in the NFL is because. You see action from these guys all the time. Russell Westbrook is on the court all of the time. He's for the majority of the game. Lebron James is on the court for a majority of the game. If I wanna watch Bryce Harper havi buyers or whoever it is they're up four times in three hours in what yesterday was along with the cubs game, three hours and forty seven minutes for four at bats. Okay. But there's no way you're not going to change that you're not going to say, you're only batting four guys. And that's going to be you know, that's gonna be your your batting order guys over and over again. So you're not going to do that. But finding ways to put that like the MLB did putting that on social media for free is a way around that the way you can put that out there. So more people can see your stars nationally and not just regionally because that's the other problem with baseball is it's such a regional sport. Is we everybody I just named two guys that I named a bull that I want to see on the court all the time. I made Russell Westbrook and LeBron James. Yeah. Now, but you can watch. Lebron all you want. I know like those games are on national TV all the time. And you know, the regionalized thing like, that's where you get the guy on the other side of the conversation who wants to do the smarty pants deal and tell you that the TV ratings are fantastic. Locally locally. Yeah. Of course. Yeah. We understand that. So here, here's the comeback toback guy. Right. Okay. Tv ratings are great locally. Yeah. How about the White Sox? Await. Well, they've I mean, the Qods ratings are fantastic. No. But we have two teams in the city and one gets completely ignored is anyone watching the White Sox. That guy. Oh, okay. That one guy on the street. But the point is you got two teams here and one of them struggles big time with TV ratings the other crushes it. Okay. So take that into consideration. When you give the regionalized TV ratings are up deal. Yeah. We get it. Boston Red Sox fans. Love the Red Sox. We get the Yankee fans loved the Yankees all those hot Marlins fans who are just waiting away. No, no one's watching the Marlins. See like, that's the thing with baseball. Is you can always come back with like, okay? We'll look at the World Series ratings. Those dropped every NFL game basically beats World Series games now in the ratings. If you want to do the ratings conversation. Yeah. So like, and that's where I it's this whole conversation now. Well, putting the live at bats in the stream on your Twitter feed help I don't know. Maybe he knows I think it's smart. I think it's spun it can't hurt it has nothing to do with actually changing the game. It's just promoting the stars and promoting the brand which I. Is a smart thing for baseball. The do. I think it's a really smart thing for baseball because you have to do all these little things the kind kind of stop what's taking place from taking place, right? Like because changing the game. I think is is not realistic. And the way I look at it. Right. We're not gonna talk politics here. But I think a good analogy would be the way people look at global warming. There's information out there. There's facts that are out there. We understand what's taking place to the globe right now to the world. And what our future is likely to be right? Yeah. We understand what's happening, right. It's the same with baseball. It's like death by a thousand cuts, right? Like, we see what's happening the writings on the wall. But what can we really do? Are we gonna stop driving our cars the rally like the like people talk about global warming? But we all drive everywhere. Anyway. So what are we really doing? Yeah. It's like we can't really change the game of baseball because it's baseball. But what are we doing to really the earth many years old? The average baseball fan is fifty seven years old, and it's only getting older and older ten years ago. The average baseball fan was forty seven years old get it like the getting it's not getting any.
California AG sees no grounds for charging police in black man's killing
"California, attorney general havi air, but thera says no charge. Will be filed against Sacramento police officers who shot and killed an unarmed. Black man, Stefan Clark when confronted shortly after breaking the door. Mr Clark did not follow. Officers commands Sarah says a nearly yearlong investigation shows the officers believed they were in danger turns out Clark had a cell phone in his hand his killing prompted protests in the California state capital. Honestly think that the Clark family can help us all move forward. And I and I hope we can in this to be. Some of the warriors who help us move in interrupt direction. Some eighty people were arrested during a protest last night in the
California mounts legal challenge to Donald Trump's state of emergency border wall plans
"Fox News. That's what California's top cop says about President Trump's declaration of a national emergency in order to gain access to funds to build a wall along our southern border. It's clear that in the mind of Donald Trump. He needs to do something to try to fulfill a campaign promise that doesn't constitute a national emergency. That would require us to essentially stand down on all sorts of federal laws. California attorney general havi Gabar Sarah on ABC's this week the declaration defended by White House senior policy adviser, Stephen Miller with the president was saying is that like past presidents. He could choose to nor this crisis. Choose to this emergency is others have. But that's not what he's going to do Miller also telling Fox News Sunday, the president is prepared to issue. The first veto of his term if congress votes to disapprove of his emergency
"The greatest part about living in Beirut, brick our man in the Middle East. Adam Harvey is the easy access to the mountains that overlook the Lebanese capital when the snow falls beirutis cast aside daycares and head for the hills. Here's a confession. One of the reasons I applied for a job by route was because I knew that in Lebanon, you can ski of love the sports in service thirteen years old. And I strapped on a pair of skis at a tiny slope in the Brindabella's KARN forest seem terrifying, then I see state bumpy chaotic. But it was so addictive that I soon moved to the big time spins halls, but as an adult of lived in places like purse and Dublin and Sydney with a logistics and cost of skiing with prohibitive, my loss. Stop was Indonesia where the temperature didn't drop below twenty eighteen threes, and the closest thing to snow was the ash falling from mount going, and then I moved to Beirut. We can famously ski in the morning and swim in the sea in the afternoon. You couldn't do that. It's Megan's halls. Well, technically, you could but you'd need to finish at noon and dry for two hundred and fifty kilometers lightning speed to throw yourself in the ocean. And you'd being Tara in July the first time, I went up in January. I approached my Lebanese ski trip with the rigid discipline of someone who'd grownups gain on weekends in Austria, we've got to hit the slopes early. If you want to avoid queuing for forty five minutes at H T bar on parishes front valley. So I was out the door at seeks roaring up the mountain road by six thirty and at the resort by seven thirty that sea level to two thousand meters in an hour, including a stop to pick up skis and poles. I couldn't quite believe it neither I think could the cop hot guys at the resort called Mazaar. I was the first person they're opposed any empty bitumen looked up at the mountain with its deep fresh layer of snow and wondered where you're on was in bed at turned out Lignes live their lives at the opposite. End of the day. The cafes are empty at ten AM and packed at ten pm at Missouri. The ticket counter didn't open for another thirty minutes, a cool. My heels with a handful of the other early birds eventually handed over fifty dollars for a lift ticket. Good on the first chill. If to the day might fresh tracks all the way down and got strike back onto another lift, no Q. And this happened all day long. It was a dream the rest of the skiers arrived after ten AM, but the lift queues who really on the few minutes long at most basically had the mountain to myself and what a mountain wide open slopes loads of shoots and Kelly. To get lost in and best of all two huge. Winter storms had just dumped about full maters of fresh snow so much had fallen the snow plows had to dig channels beneath some of the lifts so they could operate Mozelle about the size of thread boat with a few flourishes that you wouldn't see ustralia the food and drink more interesting. I had a mountaintop Espresso with a size flack bread cooked in front of you on a middle dome. With a layer of cheese tire and yogurt spread on top. Just like in any ski resort. The music's terrible. The fashions more interesting was is the first price of seeing anyone skiing for coat the resorts in a Christian area and the locals have made their allegiance cle-, but decorating the hilltops with giant steel crosses from one of the highest chairs you can look across the Bekaa valley to the mountains of Syria as I'm recording some audio to accompany this report I ever hear a pair of skis taking in view. One man who sounds American says. So that's Syria, and that way Israel, his Lebanese companion silent for a moment occupied Palestine, he says. I head back to the cow pock, which is pandemonium the light cameras roll arriving. Now after lunch, I've never seen this an astrologer we might as well give up if you haven't arrived by ten the ski slopes might have been sedate, and peaceful, but the roads leading to them, and now frenzied is a five kilometer tailback as all the light comes sitting stalled traffic police stand on the narrow mountain road, waving arms and shouting as they try and fail to order the traffic, but even with all the cups drivers pull out of their line and roar up the wrong side of the road booking me and the other cars coming in the opposite direction. Everyone comes to a standstill as impatient. Drivers. And try to squeeze back into the other line. Everyone honks that everyone else tap my horn, just to join in the party, but none of these guys can Rick my good mood. I'm in a post mountain high skiing in Lebanon is paradise. You've just got to rise early. As the old correspondence rule has it. Any full can be uncomfortable. Adam havi enjoying himself on Lebanon's ski slopes.
"havi" Discussed on The MacCast
"Discount off your new purchase. And unfortunately, we had havi air right in last week and kind of share a not so great experience with the company that apple uses for doing trade ins, a company called phobia. So apple does not do that themselves. They actually contract and hire out with a third party company and havi air ran into a problem where he shipped his device into them. And then they revised as quote, basically down to zero saying that the phone wouldn't turn back on. We'll have a little follow up to that. Because at the time we recorded last week havi or had not gotten his phone back. Basically what happens is. When you send it in. They check it over. They make sure it's in the condition that you said it was in when you originally got your, quote, your estimate on the trade in and then they will adjust that sometimes either up or down depending upon that condition will in havi case, they said, hey, it won't turn on. We can't install an operating system on it. So you know, the one hundred and sixty dollars. We did offer you we're going to take that away. It's actually zero in at that point. You do have the ability to reject the trading offer, and they will send it back to you. He was having a little bit of issue getting it back, but it finally did get back and once he had it in his hands. Because what it was functioning? Normally he was able to install the operating system on it, just fine. It was up and running. He actually sent me some screen shots. So I'm not really sure what happened in this case. Although I am starting to feel like havi air. Unfortunately, it sounds like you might have been an edge case because number of other people. Wrote in to share their experiences with the phobia with phobias and apples trade in program. And most of them had mostly positive experiences, some of the stories were mixed, but again, generally positive I did have one issue with a person who said they kept sending him the wrong kind of box. He was trading in a MAC, mini, and they kept sending him a box for a laptop. And he kept trying to explain the MAC minis not gonna fit in there. It's not gonna it's not gonna package up. Very well. Luckily, he still had his original MAC mini box. So he just ended up sending it in in the original box. And he did get his estimated or quoted amount back. Others did say that you know. Hey, it was no problem. It was great. We had a really great experience. Got what we they said. We would get and I even had a few people say they got a little bit more like once it was received in they actually revised the estimate up. So it sounds like. Maybe you were an edge case. Hobby air will keep asking people in the community for their experiences with the trade import Graham, if you do have an experience good or bad. We do want to hear from you. If you wanna send an Email or an audio comment, you can send those to MAC cast at gmaiLcom. But overall, I do have to say that I think if you are planning on using the program if there's any way you can do it. You might wanna consider getting your trade in quote doing the full transaction like getting the box sending it in. And I mentioned this on the last episode and then getting the credit back doing all of that before you make your new purchase. I know. That's not always easy to do. It's not always what people can do a lot of people, especially if you're upgrading an iphone. You don't wanna be without your phone for any period of time. So you know, the option to actually get the offer use that offer apply. Towards your your current purchase. And then do all of the transacting after the fact, that's very very appealing. But if you can avoid that at all, I think that can be helpful. Because again this process is not something that's being managed or handled by apple directly. So you might be dealing with the third party company. There could be time delays in terms of getting the box and all that sort of stuff. So it could be a while before you actually, get your money..
Boxes, bureaucracy and Beirut Barbie: waiting for the comforts of home
"Four former Indonesia correspondent Etem hobby headed to the Middle East to take up his new posting their he's spent several years living in Jakarta himself for months ago here. He's family said goodbye to their belongings packing them off in a shipping container to await the day. They could all be reunited in their new Hon. Well, they've had a long white his his report from Beirut. I'm standing waist deep in an apartment full of cardboard boxes and packing piper. In the only clearing in the room. Six very serious libanaise this symbol of plastic. Children's playhouse armed with a cordless drill and a picture of the finished version of downloaded from the internet. This is a great day better than Christmas shipment of personal belongings. Arrived a close my daughter's high chair my son's Playmobil firetruck. Most importantly of all my record player. Now. No, the declawed life is not for me of lifted since June. There's people who check away everything leave with two t-shirts, plastic special and an element fry pen loses. It's like camping great for three days. But you don't want to do it for five months and minimalism certainly isn't for my four year old son his school friends, come over and say where he toys we'd head to buy roots waterfront and spotted container ship out to sea, and he'd say to me one fli daddy is that our shipment. Nice on. It's not we'd packed up. Our lives in Indonesia in June. Everything we own sealed into cardboard boxes and jammed into a shipping container and sent to the docks in Jakarta a couple of days later, we headed to the airport ready for reassignment to the Middle East stuff. Meanwhile, stayed rod where it was. I'm sorry, sir. Said the Indonesian shipping agent, but you'll customs clearance cannot be approved until we were. Leave you'll Livni's working visa and residency permit. It wasn't living on not letting it in. It was Indonesia not letting it leave. But that's not the way the Middle East works. I tried to explain you arrive on a tourist visa and transferred to a working visa and then apply for residency and that process takes months. We'll noted sir said the shipping agent slightly patronizing Email response that I've come to Lowe's Angolan is Indonesia, I sort the country where you can pay for police. Escort through heavy traffic is something we could do to expedite the process. I asked silence. Especial fee, perhaps more solids put it on the line. A sure they don't looking for a bribe asked, no, sir. He said sounding shocked. It is the requirement of Indonesian customs. So the past few months in Beirut have been rice to get the crucial documents on need to allow us stuff to leave Jakarta a couple of days each week. Sometimes more have been spent chasing schools of crucial stamps on pieces of paper, lodging leaders and passport photos and CV's and California graphs making hefty deposits into government institutions whose only purpose seems to be to take money from me blood tests x rays and entire days wondering the holes of some way, cold the office of general security, looking in vain for any official willing to process my forms. A knocked on one door and pushed it over to find a room full of armed middle aged men in camouflage uniforms, only king ice cream. Means a back slowly out and pretended. I'd see nothing. I'd return home from some of these trips. Broken men. Still clutching the unstamped form that had needed to be approved and lodged somewhere else. So that I could begin another phase of the process that would eventually lead to the departure of our belongings from Indonesia sometimes of wondered if the kids would ever see that toys again, the local Gisele expensive, and it'd be strange like a two foot high roller skating Beirut, Bobby with a piecing jingle. About two months into the process and long after by route Bobby should have been disappeared is the finish line vanished. Over the horizon shipping agent emailed with some old bad news. The interim export permit from Indonesia was about to expire stuff might not be allowed to leave at all. I think I cried a little then without warning. Finally, some good news. Someone had gone to visit Indonesian customs. It turned out. They were prepared to approve the export permit without any of the supposedly essential documents from Lebanon in return for a small fee. I was too. I've enjoyed to say I told you so, but why couldn't we have done these four months ago? The books is a he Abed's have sheets. My daughter has caught the plastic house has been assembled in the Playmobil fire crew is on Judy. Life with stuff is good. This is Adam havi in Beirut for correspondence report.
"havi" Discussed on Conversations
"This is an ABC podcast. His something of just lent this week the stars that you see in the night sky. A not always solo stars like our sun more than two thirds of the stars in the sky exist in an intimate relationship with another star where two or more of them will around shade center of gravity like a dance. I didn't know that. And sometimes the gravity from one of these stars will drag away some of the material from its partner onto its surface. And then it will flare up like on fire, and it will shine brightly in the night sky for a few weeks until all the extra fuel is bent up style. Like, this is called a Stella Nova a new star because to the ancients it seemed like they just popped into the night sky out of nowhere. Well, these things I've learned from reading Lisa havi Smith's new book. Lisa is an extra physicist, CSI arrow who studied galaxies and. Black holes and book is called when galaxies collide because Lisa has imagined the ultimate catastrophe. What will happen when the Andromeda galaxy crashes into hours a mea five billion years from now? Hello rigid live in straight now. And you live for mature time in Sydney where it's very hard to see the night sky. How about when you were when you were a kid was the guy visible where you were. Yeah. I mean, it's all rushed out here. Isn't it? We live in a sad world. Where ninety percent of Australians live in. Metropolitan areas. We've we've got a washed out sky. You can't see the Milky Way. You can't see majesty of the night sky. But I grew up in a small village in England is sixty case from London so far enough that we got pretty dark skies. It wasn't too bad. And I guess I stumbled across his Johnny when I was about six years old, and we had a visitor called Halley's comet. And I'm sure everyone's heard of Halley's comet is very famous, and it was really exciting time because it was all over the news, and everyone was talking about Halley's comet and my dad, and I decided to go outside and take a look and see if we could see it and living in England..
"havi" Discussed on KCBS All News
"For ten a man has been arrested after he fled the country in two thousand nine after allegedly killing a. Six year old girl Wall Street racing in, Menlo Park two were racing when, one ran a red light and crashed into a car carrying Lisa havi, air and her mother the girl died the next day and her mother was seriously injured police say that Shannon FOX fled the. Area and then eventually the country he. Was finally captured nearly, nine years later, he's behind bars well we're learning more, about the torso found in an aquarium at the apartment of a missing man in San Francisco case CBS is making goals, be has the latest from the PD that. Discovery came after family and friends had been asking the San Francisco police department for help in finding Brian egg who. Hadn't been seen since late, may or early June the SF PD had made welfare checks that is Clara street home and so my but no one ever answered the door SF. PD, investigations commander Greg mic. Akron says. They did search the. Resonance though after neighbors called nine one one saying there was a crime scene cleaning van outside and. During the early hours of August seventeenth a human torso was located in a large fish tank in a concealed area of the residents a man with that. Cleaning van and another man were both detained for questioning the one has since been released the SF PD has not, officially identified the body in eggs home there has been criticism that not enough was done, by the SF PD after the family said they. Were worried in late July why think when, when the community. Complains, or criticizes about our response we have to take a look at it so we will be doing that in the Circumstance here the officers and dispatchers on the entire. Time and if there's changes that can be made to our response, than we have a responsibility to do that outside SF. PD headquarters making gold, speak KCBS Oakland police are stepping up street patrols after four fatal shooting since. Sunday KCBS Jeffrey Schaub reports of the latest incident occurred Monday. Afternoon on seventy second avenue near international boulevard, it was a deadly weekend in Oakland four separate shoot against it it's four fatalities three.
"havi" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Recycling in today's? Cleanup hitter for your Cincinnati Reds AU Haney oh swore. As Twenty nine home runs and ninety three runs batted in. A nice little race, here with Havi buyers of the. Chicago Cubs hey there's a list on MLB dot com Baseball lifers and there's currently a dozen guys who have been with their same, club their entire career spanning anywhere from. Ten, to fourteen seasons in. The reds have two, of them that is Joey Votto eleven seasons in Homer Bailey, also eleven seasons and I want to give you, the, list of the others Joe Mauer of the Minnesota Twins, at fourteen, seasons yada your Molino of the Saint Louis cardinals with fourteen seasons Ryan Zimmerman the Washington nationals with thirteen David Wright of. The New York Mets with thirteen Felix Hernandez of the Seattle Mariners. With thirteen and then Adam Wainwright. Of the. St Louis cardinals with twelve Ryan Braun. Of the. Milwaukee Brewers already eleven seasons Alex Gordon of the Kansas City Royals eleven seasons I mentioned Bailey and vodka both, with, eleven seasons and then Clayton Kershaw ten Seasons. With the Los Angeles Dodgers and Brett. Gardner of. The New York Yankees also with ten seasons so those are your baseball lifers It's time to take a look at the AllState insurance good hands feature brought to you by AllState insurance you. Are in good hands with AllState And I'm going to. Pick I really wanna pick Homer Bailey because man he is do with a one in eleven record to to give the reds a victory today but I have to go with a you swore. As he has twenty nine home runs on the season and he's got ninety three Rb is four behind havi or. Lopez of the Chicago Cubs I think the reds are. In good hands today and they can snap this three game, losing streak in a. Void the four-game sweep today against Chicago Cubs AU hanikos warez this is the salvage store USA inside. Pitch located in Wilmington Ohio selling unclaimed freight it's. Huge savings on seven hundred wwl w.
"havi" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Are a lot of baseball dads out there listening and you want to instruct. Your kid how to play the. Game the right way And There are a lot of different definitions or interpretations as far as what that actually means And what classifies or counts as good sportsmanship It's revealing to me That, the most popular player The most popular major league baseball player at the Little League World series is heavier bias A guy that has a reputation for being the biggest hotdog in major league baseball Every little? League player in williamsport was asked by MLB dot com who is your favorite player Havi are bias got. More votes than Mike trout He has an attitude. He has a personality he makes baseball look fun But a lot, of the time he, does it at the expense Of baseball's unwritten rules That's what kids like Is that even something that you'd want to? Coach out of them Have we reached a point where it's okay For kids to, show enthusiasm when they get a big hit you hit. A home run to make it to? Nothing is it okay to flip your bat To celebrate what's wrong with that What's wrong with There's nothing that. Says in baseball if, you do it we're going to throw you out. Of the game There's no penalty for. It up I'm buyers don't have. The discretion to throw, guys out of the game for celebrating too hard So many teams players managers coaches even fans take exception with that Don't show up, the, other, guy, it's embarrassing it isn't good sportsmanship The kids. Think it. Makes baseball more fun It isn't that who it's all about you've gotta grab these young, kids if they're baseball fans when they're. Young you wanna. Make sure they're baseball fans when they're old Get your thoughts on this at eight..
"havi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"W.. Spoke with Bloomberg's guy Johnson and havi a great deal gotta be. Followed by great numbers the gearing down the debts down. I'm assuming all of this kind of message to investors I think it shows, a more confidence than we've. Had in a long time six quarter in a row, we've delivered results or exceeded our Gary is coming down gave us the confidence to. Raise the dividend for the first time in fifteen quarters so we've, got momentum and people are pleased feet. On the ground but people are pleased can keep? Advanced what are you hearing from investors about the day I think initially people were concerned that we were off to the races and where we're going to break our financial framework and number one message of the way we structured this is we're going to. Stay within the fifteen to seventeen billion. Dollars capital framework we're. Gonna continue to. Divest assets to Offset part of this deal we're going to continue to increase distributions for shareholders discipline I think is the main word and we're still planning the company in the fifty to sixty. Five range rather than these higher prices You have paid. More or less all all the money that you need to pay for McConnell the. US of Mexico's Bill you also? Guiding, investors respect that you're spending is, going? To be at the bottom of the of. The range it seems that you are setting. The, same for a lot of cash generation, cycle how how did you see racial well it depends on the oil price right right, now it feels firmer rather than softer. There's a lot of uncertainty in the market again we're not planning for. These high prices but this deal. Will be effective as the first of July. When it closes in October will have the economic benefit of that. The first part of this deal is. Likely to be at higher prices, the company, is operationally working well we brought in? Three? New? Projects this year we've got three? More, to do before the end of the, year so I think things are on track when you're looking. At Bill marketing wider market. What are you looking at the moment what. What why do you think is firmer well I. Think, we've used to be political geopolitical uncertainty wasn't clear and you weren't sure is priced in I think everybody's watching this now you look The uncertainties in the Iran sanctions what will that mean, for the markets Venezuela's a, human tragedy unfolding and. Unfortunately that's going to affect markets you have outages in Libya Nigeria from time to time. And you've got tensions coming out of the Persian Gulf recently on the other side. Of it demand is keeping up? Productions, keeping up in the world US, production? Will rise it's a bit bottleneck in one. Of the big basins the Permian basin so. There's, offsetting factors here but it just feels, like it's firmer rather than softer for the rest of the year the second half of, the year when you kind of sit. Down and look at the balance sheet either side of the ledger you'll. Think he the second half of. The year looks glass half full kind of. That's that's the vibe that you'll getting well we on this transaction. With HP half of it in cash. Half of it to be started, to be, paid over six month period from October? Onwards? That? Will give us the choice of? Either, issuing the equity or the cash so, we've got options out, there we'll see but we're making sure. Within the discipline to the. Framework will divest Assets to offset any dilution. Effects so we've got up shins here to respond to, the bottom of the range is that because there's still deflation in in the supply chain I is that because the deals I will kicking us around. Is this because the. Deals that are being done would done kind of the, Balsam and therefore. The supplies that you would, dealing with we're giving you a good price we're seeing around the world not really oilfield. Inflation there there's lots of rigs in the world off shore rigs the the yards in Korea which, was so filled or looking, for business so our we're still seeing some deflation, around the world and, the oil and gas industry with the exception of. Certain, services and they're they're moving up in North America because it's, a very heated activity but broadly broadly we're able to do I would say forty percent more for dollar of activity that we did four or five years ago one. Hundred dollars oil is the costs..
"havi" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Timing of it to your point was ill advised i found and i went and looked immediately at what joel madden said about dexter fowler relative to this sort of veiled criticism if you will in which was never came out and said he's not trying and and and it was really interesting go back and read some of the madden quotes joe talked about you know his relationship with decks and what a great guy he is and and if my memory is serving me correctly you know he talked about his personality but joe never never came out and said dexter works is but off all the time and i think joe is referring to you know every team has different individual parts and every individual behaves annex differently than others dexter fowler is not to bring this full circle havi or bias and the way he plays he he's not dexter fowler you know obviously help the cubs immensely you know we have rings with extra fowler that that's that can forever be a reason joe madden and chicago cubs fans loved extra fowler but dexter fowler when you look at him he's a glider and that's not a negative he he sort of the lights through and makes things look a little easier than they are and that's a credit to him but if you listen to what joe said regarding those comments i don't believe he ever came out and said dexter gives it one hundred percent all the time and i'm not sure dexter does but i think moselle lacks timing was was ill advised and i think dexter has sort of earned status in chicago for what he did no no doubt about it the best i could talk to you for another half thanks for joining us and keep up the great work good to be with you guys tell one last said hey joy today guys thanks i call rabbits has really got like the thing i love about him too and we didn't get in the wild card thing but there were so many other local conversations is for a guy who loves the game in a diehard baseball fan he's he's progressive in his this is and he's open to changing things and even if they may sound a little weird when he says it he's open doing i love this idea about he doesn't think anybody's going to get the big deal any either of those two guys niagara with them completely there's no reason for any team to give bryce harper or manny machado four hundred million dollars a huge topic here when he does have a really bad year most cubs fans including me thought bryce harper like a better than fifty percent chance of being on the cubs next right like how does that change if he continues to fifteen or how does it change if chasing hayward hits to ninety eight it's crazy it's crazy to discuss in speaking there was a great chili davis interviewing the stinks was we're gonna play here in a minute i just had lunch with a good friend the other day they were telling.
"havi" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I think that's that's part of that's part of the game that sounds that sounds crazy though so people in hollywood actually thought you were out of control drug using mumbling mania well i think that they saw suddenly you know they didn't know it was doing this movie so i had to do press for another movie and i showed up you know fifty pounds heavier and with my hair all over the place they went like something is wrong with this guy would have happened in any job but it normally cario day of the dow those in theaters nationwide tomorrow i've got some true or false questions for you true or false benicio you could have been in star wars episode one the phantom minute false you could have been in star trek into darkness true you could have been before nightfall you could have been havi bar dam instead of harvey are bar dam sure at some point yeah that is true wow you were in a madonna video true can you drive can you give us give us some information about what you remember about that video shoot i remember you i was an extra i really you know i i was called to be an extra and i was starting so i did you know sat down on the hood of a car and and watch the show really and i'm sitting there smiling like i'm you know bystander the credit is kids sitting on car and finally go again go see his movie sicario was exception we loved it sicario day of the dow is in theaters nationwide tomorrow but shortfalls canoe while you're making it that the ending scene in the fan with robert deniro and wesley.
"havi" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Nine for harvey i mean i just i said you guys in the in the and part of it was inspired because i was listening to cap and pat boyle talking to carmen the good kid coming down the highs and lows have just been like nauseating for me and not just that but you know i love havi buys is a player he plays with enthusiasm he plays with an energy that's infectious but for captain to just because you know harvey had a game where he had to home runs drove in five and was four or five and two to ask the question would you trae hobby straight up for jacob degrom that's a roller coaster i gotta get off i mean the end of june i mean harvey had had one home run the entire month prior to run home run and eight rb is until that point hobbies a fantastic i would just say for me i can distinguish between great talent and a great player you become a great player when you played an exceptionally high level over an extended period of time there may not be anyone on that roster that has as much upside potential is havi buys both in the field and at the plate but you can't have a three hundred on base percentage for the majority of your major league baseball career and everyone think you're a great player untouchable or untouchable blair right i mean it's just i don't know why i'm raging against the machine now look he he was he he got me some some delays we're going gonna do a show wins the exact date for the havi buyers show and i'm not sure if tickets remain there but now it'd be a good time to let people know that in august and we had to reschedule this because of a cubs makeup game in august we're going to sit down with heavy bias for a full hour of five o'clock hour to our entire show from chicago kat and it's going to benefit spina bifida research which is a cause near and dear to his heart i believe he lost his sister to that element correct yes yes and he was very close so it's gonna be a lot of fun but again when you start talking about hey do not give up hobby by his when you could get an ace like one of the best pictures baseball currently or if he's quote untouchable but.
"havi" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Havi or sara should be the attorney general of the socalled resistance alright i'm no fan of this resistance movement about hobbies sarah has used the office exclusively to be the head of the resistance so havi sarah needs to step aside from being attorney general of the state of california and he can go into his his his resistance mode the state of california we have many many problems and issues we need to deal with here to protect our citizens and this fellow but sarah and by the way dave jones who's another one running who said he'd maintain all the lawsuits against the trump administration etc these fellows should go join their resistance movement and stop wasting our money and wasting our time and and and they they should move onto other walks of life i'm in this race because i want to protect the people of california i'm a huge supporter of law enforcement you know crime has been on the rise in the last four or five years out here in california we have these propositions that camera harris's office and now sarah's office dropped on us proposition forty seven and proposition fifty seven proposition forty seven was sold by ms harris's office as a safe neighborhoods and schools act people of course when they voted we all want safe neighborhoods and schools we supported it what does it act do what it actually does is it increase the amount that somebody could steal from four hundred dollars to nine hundred fifty dollars without getting prosecuted at all and so we have these criminals running all around the state rampant stealing up to nine hundred fifty dollars on each occurrence or damaging property destroying property that is worth up to nine hundred fifty dollars and nobody prosecutes them they're laughing at law enforcement they're laughing at us they're laughing at the legislators there was proposition fiftyseven another proposition sold to us based on a lie and that one about two months ago a state court judge said that there's nothing proposition fifty seven that prevents the early release on parole of violent sexual predators and they're estimated to be about ten thousand of them in our prisons so we have this criminals paradise that the viscera.
"havi" Discussed on Starting9
"Can havi buys be a legitimate this is from mitch hammock can hobby by as a legitimate nl mvp candidate if he can continue to keep his strikeout rate down when we just rephrase this as your guys impressions on havi by taking the next step i mean you can see it clear as day in terms of him taking the next step i also don't necessarily agree with factoring in strikeouts two to mvp i think that at the end of the day if if if the ones that replacement or there if you're playing great defense if you're hitting well hobby by is is he's showing signs of being like a legit superstar player but at the same time are we talking about v p territory not not quite yet i don't think that he's quite there you wanna look at aj pollick who's been phenomenal for the d backs the best team in the national league this year really it's obviously this is not sustainable but here's one guy that we haven't talked about a whole lot or if at all nick marquess just i didn't know where what is thirty four years old maybe even older than that i remember when he was a free agent before he signed with a atlanta like threats to sign this guy he's reminds me a lot of j d drew and he's been a serviceable guy up in up until this year and he is he is putting on quite the performance as a veteran for one of the youngest teams if not the youngest i don't even know that average of that team but it's got to be the youngest team in baseball now pretty fucking close to it but yeah i think that as long as you're on the same team is guys like kris bryant anthony rizzo just by default you are you're gonna get fucked out of mvp votes like like anthony rizzo is kind of been fucked out of mvp votes but from having kris bryant as his teammate and obviously bryant deserves all the love that he gets one of the best players in baseball hands down but anthony rizzo as.
"havi" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The saint louis cardinals walked off for the win over the cubs while technically it was the second time in three days since it happened saturday afternoon and then again at one o'clock this morning when dexter fowler ended a fourteen inning rain delayed marathon with a two out two run shot off luke feral giving the cardinals a four three win and cubs had taken the lead in the top of the fourteenth a homer from havi are byas kris bryant homered march earlier for the cubs who got swept in saint louis and have lost five in a row they host miami tonight i gem for james shields of the white sox who through no hit ball in the seventh inning not enough though as the twins rallied for a five three win shields may not necessarily fit into the long term plan for the socks but he's been a positive influence on many of the teams younger players and lately he's producing on the field here's a skipper ricky run ria and those guys i'm sure they enjoyed it i know we all enjoyed watching that performance today as did the fans i thought here's how catcher omar narvaez described shields change up on sunday filthy filthy today we use it a lot and things have been clicking for shields as of late the thirty six year olds given up a total of just four runs over his last two outings that several eugene's kevin powell socks now three and thirteen at home or they host pittsburgh tomorrow nba kevin durant thirty editors golden state push new orleans to the brink one eighteen ninety two warriors up three one as are the rockets beat utah one hundred eighty seven and bagels tampa bay both reached the conference finals and the stanley cup playoffs the home of the blackhawks the.
"havi" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Reynolds we will see you in court some supporters of the bill want to see a lawsuit they hope this will eventually lead to the us supreme courts in one thousand nine hundred seventy three roe v wade decision being overturned and outlaw abortion nationally for npr news i'm caterina's historic in des moines in los angeles the city is joining california's lawsuit challenging the trump administration's plan to include us citizenship question in the twenty twenty cents for the first time since nineteen fifty attorney general havi here bazire says in addition to the city and county of los angeles stockton fremont long beach and oakland are part of a case that was filed earlier this year the justice department of said the citizenship question will allow it to protect the right to vote and to ensure free and fair elections but critics say the move could discourage participation in the senses and lead to an inaccurate count this is npr news a divided connecticut supreme court has thrown out the two thousand two murder conviction of kennedy cousin michael skakel citing mistakes by his trial attorney it's the latest in a series of ruling since geico received a twenty years to life sentence for the nineteen seventy five murder of greenwich neighbor when both for fifteen he was released on bail in two thousand thirteen pending a new trial but connecticut's highest court reinstated that conviction three years later that same court is now ordering a new trial for skakel who is a nephew of robert f kennedy's widow ethical kennedy a man in kansas was sentenced yesterday for the premeditated murder of an indian immigrant from member station casey you are andrea tut hope has that story a judge in olathe kansas told fifty two year old adam puritan that he would likely die in prison puritan received a life sentence with no possibility of parole for fifty years for the february two thousand seventeen murder of three bus bola before pulling the trigger.
"havi" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Community banks now wgn sports with dave well the cubs won't play the game postponed more of that no moment the white sox will play they get down early never recovered though and their second straight blowout loss in oakland the as jumped miguel gonzales for five in the first eight runs the first three innings while cruising to attend to to win over the white socks the only socks ron's on a two run yuan mancado homer to the eighth the series wraps up this afternoon pregame dandy maser at two first pitch with adam dj at two thirty five here on seven twenty wgn the cobs again of just announced today's game of the cardinals already postponed that after another chilly night and the cubs lost to the cardinals five three matt carpenter drove in three for saint louis havi byas hit a two run shot for the cubs adam wade right over tyler chat would today's game postponed until tomorrow scheduled off day for both teams i'll play tomorrow at one twenty first practice in the for the bears and their first minicamp under new coach matt nagy somebody a little details that go into making this first practice go the right way and i was really happy for everybody from top to bottom from doing that especially the players for understanding really with with the rules that we have going on and with what we're looking for us coaches again we talked about building the foundation and that's where we're at right now bears hold the second day minicamp today the nfl will release the twenty eighteen schedule tomorrow mba playoffs the celtics are in commanded their playoff series with milwaukee one twentyone oh six over the bucks for a to lead same story toronto over washington new orleans one in portland.
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"Was confirmed we have seen anything but a more peaceful stable region and this is the real issue and and that's why we talked about iran defaulting on these expectations because those expectations clearly have not not been met tillerson met face to face with iran's foreign minister at the united nations to discuss the nuclear deal lure officials have moved against the nursing home where nine patients died epa hurricane or about florida state authorities have suspended the license of the rehabilitation center at hollywood hills the nursing home lost its air conditioning after hurricane urban knocked out a transformer and three days after erma hit south florida eight elderly patients died a ninth died tuesday that's corresponded by garage of california attorney general havi a the sarah says the state is suing the trump administration over plans to build a wall along the border with mexico we want to protect those ordinary americans those ordinary californians who worked very hard from any arbitrary arbitrary decisions including decisions that are arbitrary by the president of the united states army general jeff sessions as he expects the trump administration to prevail in legal challenges to its proposed border wall with mexico the united states anybody can say that the united states of america has a border united states government as the control of that boehner and a responsibility to secure it we would expect to be fully successful in moving forward with all border wall on as congress gives us the money to do some more of these two he's a tunnel dot com futures and options trading involves substantial risk and is not suitable for all investors fire the stockbroker in higher yourself i'm larry lavigne and i've been on.