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How can we learn to embrace boredom?

The Big Story

06:17 min | 5 d ago

How can we learn to embrace boredom?

"Jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story mark. Hawkins is a counselor and the author of a book called the power of boredom. Hello mark how're you doing. Honestly i'm bored. I feel like i've been board for months. What have you been with your boredom over the past eight months. And what have we been doing in general during this time I find myself definitely reading a lot more. Certainly i have not been able to do all titties especially social activities and going to restaurants and so I've tried to do nothing at all sometimes But also doing what. I like to call a low engagement activities like You know reading or you know sitting on the couch and you know this chilling out and try not to give into sort of my restless urge to go in and do something whether it is you know go eat or you know maybe go have a drink or or something like that something along those lines. Let me ask you this when you say you try to. Just sit on the couch What do you do when you sit on the couch watching tv or you on your phone laptop well not to watch tv like if my purpose is to sit there and and do nothing. That's what i tried to do You know maybe. I will just to kind of sit there and just be there as long as i can. Sometimes you know. I have a pretty good view from where i live so i think it is a bit easier to stay out the window. Sometimes they do that But i just tried to be as a little engaged as possible and you know it's not always easy for me like i think that it is a. It's a process that i'm still learning to be more comfortable with boredom and learning more about how it affects me. Well let's start. I guess where your book starts. It's a term that we throw around all the time especially during long months of lockdown but what is boredom well boredom. It's really hard to pin down. Really because it i mean i call it an emotion but you could also call it you know a mood or a state of the human condition. Really what it is is. It's the lack of anything to do. It's the lack of finding something worthwhile to do with our time or something that we deem as important or that engages our minds and so in some ways it's an emotion because you know we're feeling it and think oftentimes it appears as a restlessness But it's also like a more sort of It's a mood right in the sense that it's a way that we are experiencing the world. There is a great quote. I think in the book. Where is everything around us. Seem to be drained of its meaning. It's not that we're board but everything around us has lost. Its purpose to us has lost. Its shininess. It's newness right and then it doesn't engage us any longer. See that i bet. Many people who are listening can identify with that feeling a lot things around our home that we use to you know look forward to getting home and enjoying or spending time with now just surround us twenty four seven and they no longer feel like. We should look forward to doing you know. Yeah i was really interested in. Why is it that when we have nothing to do. Why is it that we feel this. Need to go into something. And i thought that really spoke to something strange about the human condition in general. And that's that's where i'm coming from is i'm a student of the human condition you know. It did. My counseling degree In meaning and purpose and then phd also related to to meaning and purpose and along the way of doing that research. I discover that is very much related to boredom. And as i was doing all my research i came to the point that it seems that movement in some form. Another whether it's physical or psychological. Is something absolutely necessary for us as humans. And actually if you look around the world everything moves. Everything is always in flux and then obviously the contrast of that is boredom right so in some ways. We're meant to be moving all the time. And it's really you know if you think about it. Our our hunter gatherer ancestors if they didn't move all the time whether it was hunting forging making spears or whatever it might be they would have died and so it's almost a survival instinct to keep moving forward yet today. I think we're in such a state that we're going way too fast so we need to rein it in a little bit just like we're meant to eat. You know certainly meant to eat every single day. But we're not meant to eat. You know ten thousand calories. And i think that's where we are today is that were meant to move. But we're just not meant move and as fast as we are and so that's why it has become so uncomfortable for us to board and proud to why we need to be more board and really listen to what's going on in that space when you talk about our need to move and the fact that we're moving more and faster than ever before let's leave the pandemic for a second. We'll definitely talk about that. You're not necessarily talking about physical movement right. yes exactly you know. I think like animals. Obviously you know. They're always physically engaged but humans justice psychologically engaged. I think it's just as as needed for us right. Yes diving into something that engages our minds so so given that then Shouldn't the past twelve months have been really good for us in some way that to give us a chance to to slow down and not have Places to go and people to see all the time yet know for sure. I think it has been a good opportunity. But i think the problem is. Is that you kind of have to be a student of boredom to actually take advantage of it right and most people came into the pandemic with the attitude that most of us had for most of our lives. Which is it is a bad thing that needs to be avoided so therefore a lot of us just filled it up with something different right and maybe that's a good thing. we discovered new things that we enjoyed. And there's nothing wrong with

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Cyber conflict between Ukraine and Russia

The CyberWire

05:46 min | Last week

Cyber conflict between Ukraine and Russia

"Security firm proof point this morning released a study of chinese people's liberation army threat actor ta four thirteen. That's deployed a militias fire. Fox browser extension fryer fox in a surveillance campaign directed against tibetans. Ta four thirteen has also used scan box and support your malware in its operation so far this year the units targets include tibetan groups both domestic and in tibetan diaspora proof point assesses ta four thirteen tool said as limited but quite effective against dissident communities. Which after all have what proof point aptly calls a low barrier to compromise the campaign also suggests a shift to more open source tools on the part of the p. l. a. ukraine's national security and defense counsel has accused moscow of compromising a ukrainian government file sharing system the system of electronic interaction of executive bodies zd net thinks. The group responsible is gamero. Don a group widely regarded as a proxy for russian intelligence services. Kamera don has certainly been active against ukrainian targets in the past. But it's an odd duck while often thought of as an advanced persistent threat that is a government. Run operation in some respects. It doesn't really act like a government agency or even a straight up contractor like iran's mob group for one thing gamero don doesn't restrict it's targeting the way government operation normally would nor is it entirely indiscriminate in the way the lower end criminal gangs tend to be for all that gamero. Don is both noisy and aggressive. Research by cisco's talos group suggests that gamero don is also a mercenary player in the criminal. Criminal market talos wrote in. Its recent report on maradonna quote. We should consider the possibility of this. Not being an ap t at all rather being a group that provides services for other ap teas while doing its own attacks on other regions and quote so Kind of contractor perhaps a criminal organization that hires its services out to intelligence services but that also does business with other criminals while its principal state sponsor by general agreement russia turns a blind eye so gamero don is one of the most active and undeterred actors in the threat landscape it does the work of an ap t but it uses a cybercriminals style. It's worth noting that the operation the ns dc describes seems to be a software supply chain compromise as an s. d. c. tweeted. The attack belongs to the so-called supply chain attacks methods in means of carrying out this cyberattack allow to connect it with one of russia's hackers spy groups this is therefore a different matter entirely from the distributed denial of service attacks ukraine complained of at the beginning of the week the de dos attack targeted. Both the national security and council and the sba you security service bleeping. Computer reports and ukrainian authorities did claim that the attack had its origins in russia in as they put it russian traffic networks. The ns dc describes the diaz thusly vulnerable government web servers are infected with virus that covertly makes them part of a button. It used for de dos attacks on other resources at the same time. Security systems of internet providers identify compromised web servers as a source of attacks and begin to block their work by automatically blacklisting them. Thus even after the end of the de dos fix the attacked websites remain inaccessible to users and quote. But it seems that this denial of service harassment was probably the work of the criminal. Gang thought to be retaliating for the arrest of three of its members by the cranium. Participants in a big bilateral franco ukrainian law enforcement sweep alleged members of gregor. We should of course say allegedly engaged in criminal activity. These particular alleged. Hoods seem to have belonged to a gregor's ransomware sub gang french authorities in particular had blood in there is because as france entire reports. A gregor was allegedly implicated in ransomware attacks against hospitals. So paris in kiev. Good hunting. go get him. There allegedly bad guys researchers at mcafee this morning released their study of uc ransomware. A new strain detected earlier this year. It's another entry into the ransomware as a service market whose operators hawkins in both russophone an anglophone criminal the criminal markets. It uses the familiar attack. Vectors common in the ransomware space phishing emails of course but also exploitation of compromised accounts index has gained through unpacked. Systems with known vulnerabilities. Babba criminal customers seem so far to be most interested in hitting victims in the transportation healthcare plastics electronics and agriculture sectors. Their activity has extended to a number of geographical regions and the malware doesn't use the sorts of local language checks often employed to keep the operators out of water in countries whose legal systems tend to be vigilant and unforgiving mcafee's notes on abbott. See an interesting division of labor across its two principal linguistic communities. The operators will use an english language for them for announcements but a russian language forum for affiliate recruitment ransomware updates

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Olympia senator suggests eliminating schoolchildren’s summer vacation

News, Traffic and Weather

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

Olympia senator suggests eliminating schoolchildren’s summer vacation

"Swap their spring and summer breaks so kids could have full in person learning prior to the 2021 school year Brad Hawk and this is the ranking Republican on the early Learning in K through 12 Education Committee. He suggests that all 295 district's take their usual 10 to 12 weeks summer break in the spring. Then resume the current school year in person during the summer, Hawkins said. By then, most school staff will have been vaccinated and covert infection rates will have likely come down. He also said the extended spring vacation will give district's plenty of time to work out logistics. Bring all students back into the classroom. The report finds deaths from drug

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Modern Oracles and Astrology

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

05:03 min | Last month

Modern Oracles and Astrology

"Welcome to kids myths and mystery signer host. Kit chrome with this podcast. I begin a month long examination of modern oracle's and their methods of divination last friday. I mentioned how not all forms of designation demand a psychic or even a sensitive one. Such form of discrimination astrology as common popular astrology is today is complex but as mentioned does not rely on the reader having psychic abilities instead relies heavily on planets and stars. Initially you might scoff at the idea of pulling any kind of prophecy from the heavenly bodies. But let's take a look at the history of astrology. Mayan astrology is a variation of mesoamerican astrology. One of the most forward thinking kinds of astrology of times. Mayan calendar's comprised of twenty day signs and thirteen galactic numbers. Making two hundred sixty day. Calendar year the mayan study of the moon planets milky way son was some of the most accurate pre telescope astronomy in the world. Mayan astrology goes back to around the fifth century bc. Then we have england stonehenge. Gerald hawkins work on stonehenge was first published in nature magazine in nineteen sixty three following analysis. He had carried out using a harvard. Smithsonian ibm computer. Hawkins found. Not one or two alignments but dozens. He had studied one hundred. Sixty five significant features at the monument and use the computer to check every alignment between them against every rising and setting point for the sun moon planets and bright stars the position say would have been in in fifteen hundred bc so has astrology around for a while no doubt but let's go back to present to find out how astrology works. Here's a simple answer. Astrology works on many levels at the simplest level. It is not unlike a complex clock the uses the motions of the planets in a similar way to the movement to the hands on the face of a clock. Now let's dig a little deeper. Astrology is the belief that the alignment of stars and planets affects every individual mu personality and environment depending on when he or she was born. Astrologers print horoscopes and newspapers that are personalized by birthday. These horoscopes make predictions in people's personal. Lives describe their personalities and give them advice. All according to the position of astronomical bodies a survey conducted by the national science foundation found that forty one percent of respondents to their poll. Believe that astrology is very scientific. This begs the question astronomical bodies affect our lives. Solar flares cost electro magnetic disturbances on earth. That can disrupt satellites and even caused blackouts. The position of the moon costs us ocean tides. If you're a fisherman that position of the moon can have a significant effect on your livelihood. The solar wind causes beautiful aurora and sunlight itself is the main source of energy for our planet. Still the question. How is strategy as a tool of divination astrology uses a set of rules about the relative positions and movements of heavenly bodies to generate predictions and explanations for events on earth and human personality traits. Some used astrology to generate very specific expectations. It could be verified against outcomes. What does science have to say about astrology. Simply that it's not scientific yet. Hundreds of thousands of people have been influenced by designation nation provided by astrologers millions across america. No there astra logical sign and read their horoscope in the newspaper. Daily get this j pierpoint morgan. One of the world's greatest fight answers was suspicious of accepting planetary advice but ended up applying astrology to all of his personal affairs. John adams famous second president of the united states refused to sign the declaration of independence until the exact moment planetary indications were most auspicious. And this will really get ya jay. Jacob stout jeff pierpoint morgan and seymour cromwell comprised a bracket of three successive presidents of the new york stock exchange who utilized astronaut. Advice implanted their operations. They scoffed at this. However upon the arrival of the wall street crash these men had been warned by their astrologers and thus averted disaster disci- support astrology is a form of give nation. No has astrology affected millions of individuals over the centuries the answer is a resounding yes

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National Guardsmen removed from Washington, DC's U.S. Capitol ahead of inauguration

CRUSADE Channel Previews

00:33 sec | Last month

National Guardsmen removed from Washington, DC's U.S. Capitol ahead of inauguration

"Chief of the national guard bureau announced yesterday that twelve guardsmen have been removed from the. Us capitol ahead of the presidential inauguration in part because of suspected far-right extremist ties. General daniel hawkins told reporters that at least two of the security officials deployed to protect the presidential inauguration were removed from duty because of inappropriate comments or tax. One of the guardsmen was reportedly flagged through the chain of command. Another individual was identified through an anonymous tip on a law enforcement tip line.

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Rain, Potential Flooding, Landslide Threat: Washington Forecast

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

01:52 min | Last month

Rain, Potential Flooding, Landslide Threat: Washington Forecast

"Is going to stay rainy for the next two day or so, But by the time we get to Thursday, it looks like we might have some sunshine breaking through Friday. It appears we're reigning once again and all through the week with the exception of today about 50 is what we can expect to see on the temperature gauge. Right now, though, in Seattle 54 degrees with still very cloudy skies and potentially some more rain on the way All this rain means the possibility for flooding to flood watch in effect until 10 o'clock Wednesday. Communities bracing for potentially landslides as well. Come on meteorologist after you Cockney reports from along the Snoqualmie River, David Hawkins said, is the owner and operator of Jubilee Farms incarnation. He's seen his share of floods over the years, and this week he's getting ready for rising water levels. I've got Pigs in my greenhouse, I'd probably have to move. So I start thinking about where everything is where the water levels will be and what needs to be brought to high ground And the next thing you know, this area's an island. Larry back, remembers major floods of previous years and hopes people never drive into flooded roads. After all, it only takes about a foot of water to float most vehicles. The main thing is just You know if you can't see the road in front of you don't drive into it. Doug Williams with the King County Flood Warning Center, advises people to sign up for King County flood alerts and to consider getting flood insurance. Very mind. It takes 30 days for the policy to take effect. What insurance If you live in a flood from area there quicker, you'll be protected from potentially large losses from a flood to say all along Washington waters. Minor flooding is possible due to a combination of low pressure and king tides. Excessive rain is also leading to a sky high threat for landslides over the mountains Wanted 2 Ft of snow could pile up over the northern Cascades expected to make travel over Steven's Pass near Impossible. At times,

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Why Athletes Want Trademarks for Everything

ESPN Daily

03:36 min | 2 months ago

Why Athletes Want Trademarks for Everything

"Sir ryan. I'm super curious. How did you land on trademarks as something to write about in the first place. Well i was actually working with as an editor on a story. Earlier this spring about the buffer brothers ryan hawkins smith is an editor and writer for espn dot com and he reported on the rise of athletes seeking trademarks which saw an enormous uptick in two thousand. Twenty michael bruce buffer Most people know the michael for let's get ready to rumble. Yes we work on this story. We discovered some numbers that we thought could not be right and the numbers were that trademark alone. That one sentence that michael says in the ring may have netted the buffer brothers north of one hundred million. Maybe three four hundred million dollars over the years but yeah it was bonkers but it checks out that one phrase it's a business unto itself like one of my favorite details. We were working on this. There's a website for michael buffer and. Let's get ready to rumble where you can go and rat out people you have seen or heard using that phrase get ready to rumble and in return for being a horrible internet informant. They will mail us some buffer merge and then they will pursue legal action so i was just thinking as i read all of this. I got a dive into this world. I need to know more. So i want to be very clear about this. Then what's the motive for filing a trademark ryan. If you're an athlete so a lot of trademarks can be quite lucrative. I bet we ended up talking quite a bit about the ones that make a lot of money. The vast majority though are athletes protecting themselves protecting their trademark. Just in case because the reality is when you think about hail murray as big play as that was and as much as it it resonated in the sports world like how much money. How many t shirts saying hail marie are. They actually going to sell like if they're lucky. What fifty thousand dollars. It costs a couple thousand dollars to to get an attorney and to get a trademark so it's actually a really bad business plan most of the time but it makes sense that you would go and protect your athlete like the last thing i think a manager or a business advisor wants is to have to come to kyla murray after murray says hey why am i seeing coffee mugs outside the stadium that have my raise and picture on them so it's mostly about protection. This is also an industry that you say has been not only connected to sports and athletes for decades and decades. It's also changed in the past decade or so. How did that come to be. There's two answers. The short basic answer is that good athletes have management people around them at bigger teams than ever think about this stuff all of the time but i go down a rabbit hole about the more meta answer which is applications went from two hundred sixty nine thousand in the united states in two thousand eight to twice that in twenty twenty Oh a small number actually athletes. So this is a society thing. And so the wormhole that i go down is just how much humans are more cognizant of the idea of celebrity and individual branding than ever before and you could point to social media for some of that. You can point to the kardashians. Maybe even donald trump as examples of successful personal branding

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21-year-old man charged in shooting that killed 11-year-old in west Houston

The Michael Berry Show

02:29 min | 2 months ago

21-year-old man charged in shooting that killed 11-year-old in west Houston

"Seventy one years ago today. All audits lead singer and lyricist of free later. Bad comedy is born. In middlesbrough england desmond. Hawkins is twenty one years old. He was just arrested for murdering a forty one year. Old man and an eleven year old boy desmond. Hawkins was free on bond for a two thousand sixteen capital murder which came during the commission of a robbery so he's already been caught for another murder but he was freed he was granted the ninety thousand dollar bond in december of last year. So for nine thousand dollars he could get out and kill two more people. 'cause you only pay ten percent of the bond out wile on bond for capital murder this sweet desmond. Hawkins violated his electronic monitoring conditions in september. So he's accused of committing a murder credibly so he's got an ankle monitor to keep him because we can't we can't hold him he might get to cove it and he's got lots more murders to commit as he show so we'll put an ankle monitor on him deals with these side hustle with these ankle monitor companies. So we'll give him an ankle monitor so he had run the girls in and out of his apartment wherever he is or his baby mamas apartment. When she's not there. I guess they they come in and out. And so violates those conditions back in september so surely we went and arrested him then because he violated the terms of his bond. Well a bond violation report was filed but no action was taken

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Washington Insurance Commissioner: Leave Affordable Care Act in Place

News, Traffic and Weather

00:47 sec | 4 months ago

Washington Insurance Commissioner: Leave Affordable Care Act in Place

"Washington's insurance commissioner, says the challenge to the affordable Care act before the U. S. Supreme Court should be rejected. Almost so Romero has more insurance commissioner and Democrat Mike Kreidler says the most important health care protection at risk in the For 750,000 residents. Insurance companies would not Routinely cover people with preexisting conditions. Fact they routinely did not cover them. Texas Solicitor General Kyle Hawkins is representing Republican states and the Trump administration. Challenging the proper course is to take Congress at its word. And declare the mandate unconstitutional and inseparable from the remainder of the penalty for not following the mandate to buy health insurance was eliminated by Congress in 2017

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Much at stake as Supreme Court weighs future of 'Obamacare'

Howie Carr

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Much at stake as Supreme Court weighs future of 'Obamacare'

"Supreme Court justices weighing arguments over the Affordable Care act and whether to get rid of it. Some questions may signal support to keep it. Texas Solicitor General Kyle Hawkins called the individual mandate and unlawful naked command to buy health insurance and He said. It dooms all of obamacare. The mandate is inseparable from the remainder of the law. Chief Justice Roberts said Congress did not even try to repeal the rest of the affordable care act. I think it's hard for you to argue that Congress, um intended the entire act of fall, it's a mandate. Struck down a ruling expected in June affects the health care of more than 20 million

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Big Ben among 4 to go on Steelers' COVID list

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:36 min | 4 months ago

Big Ben among 4 to go on Steelers' COVID list

"The steelers have announced this morning that they have placed four players on the reserve covid nineteen list. One of them is named ben rothlisberger. Whenever i go in and out. I always order the rothlisburger. He's joined by offensive linemen. Gerald hawkins running back jalen samuels and linebacker vince. Williams must be isolated for five days in a soundproof cell. Now i don't know at. They will not be permitted to the. Up mc rooney's sports complex that the university of pittsburgh medical center. Maybe they can take part in virtual meetings. That's when you know someone hate you when they won't let you in on the zoom call. I just want to say next time we live up in this formation and we see too deep we away. What are you doing here Coded isolation yeah. We don't wanna repeal is getting covid. i know on a webcam. It's better safe than sorry. That's when you know you're hated it's hilarious. They're permitted to take part in virtual meeting. This isn't the bye week. The union may turn the bye week. Contact us don't wanna coming into the facility. We could if we need some medical treatment. But you're not you're not you're not you're not even allowed to contact your players during the bye week basically exist.

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The Latest: Roethlisberger added to Steelers' COVID-19 list

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

The Latest: Roethlisberger added to Steelers' COVID-19 list

"With the Steelers off to an eight you know start veteran quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and three others have been in close contact with tight end Vance McDonald he tested positive after Sunday's win at Dallas that means they must quarantine for five days and are unable to visit the team's practice facility but they can participate virtually in order to play on Sunday at home against Cincinnati all for a must pass covert nineteen tests throughout the week running back Jaylen Samuels offensive lineman Jerald Hawkins and linebacker Vince Williams joined Roethlisberger on the covert list actually after

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Star QB among 4 players added to Steelers' COVID-19 list

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

Star QB among 4 players added to Steelers' COVID-19 list

"And here's Dave president breaking NFL news. Pittsburgh might be unbeaten, but four players go on the reserve covert 19 list today, including quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, offensive lineman Gerald Hawkins, Jalen Samuels and linebacker Vince Williams, also placed on the list. This due to the positive. Koven 19 test for Steelers had advanced McDonald, those four players Roethlisberger, Hawk and Samuels and Williams on due to be because they're deemed high risk. Contacts following the positive

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"hawkins" Discussed on Radio Atlantic

Radio Atlantic

05:47 min | 6 months ago

"hawkins" Discussed on Radio Atlantic

"So hard in the other assumption in that, you know accusation that no doubt would be shook thrown at me is that our people would vote for Biden if I wasn't on about it and we know from twenty sixteen exit polls that sixty one percent of Jill Stein's voters would have stayed home and you plug those numbers into the closest states Michigan. Wisconsin in Pennsylvania wouldn't have made a difference. We bring new people to the polls. In what they've done in Wisconsin is I think suppress voter turnout. ardy suppression is part of Voter Suppression. It's what the Democrats do. For example, my running mate. Angela. Walker of native daughter of Black Milwaukee got sixty seven thousand votes in two thousand, fourteen running for sheriff as an independent socialist. You think those people feel about her getting thrown off the ballot by the Democrats. You know allow those people may be just disgusted and you're not vote at all now. I. Wonder. If you can just walk me through a little bit more of your life of how you got to be involved in founding the party or helping found the party, it's not like you grew up as a political operative and sitting obsessed with presidential trivial. Day. No I my parents weren't involved in politics. They were Republicans, and what I learned was Republicans over civil rights staying out of stupid foreign wars and they weren't like Republic Day. They're willing to pay their taxes, but they WANNA make sure to government spin it. Right. is a that they just wanted to vomit delete Milan. When I was young, I mean, my cousins once said cousins are the children and one of the first Japanese Award Brad's from World War Two and be an army brats they were stationed in Virginia. Another set of white cousins had moved here from Indiana where they lost family farm and the white cousins being censored a white school in Asian cousins being spent to the colored schools. You know this is ABC getting into elementary school and I'm thinking. Man That is wrong is a little kid. I just felt that was wrong in an I got into Slu and told me the went on my desk and put my hands over my head and case a nuclear war and we practice that and I knew that wasn't going to save us you I knew enough about nuclear weapons that that was you know. So I wondered what the adults are doing. So I already had a lot of skepticism. In in as I got into my teen years thinking about you know where asks Dan in civil rights movements all around the Reagan's campaign against a fair housing law that just passed Republicans successfully got revealed in a referendum this in California where I was coming up and then I watched the Democrats seat the racist dixiecrats instead of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic delegation. So I'm asking where's my party and the lesser evil one Johnson escalated massively in Vietnam. In both parties supported debt so By that time I was pretty good and I was coming up in the San Francisco Bay area where the movements were pretty strong. So I got swept up into that time. and. And all throughout you've been a work in Steph gone through each day. Yeah. I was unloading trucks at ups at night in campaigning for governor in one time against Senator Clinton during the day or at least afternoon I did get some sleep..

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"hawkins" Discussed on Radio Atlantic

Radio Atlantic

05:18 min | 6 months ago

"hawkins" Discussed on Radio Atlantic

"To the ticket, I'M ISAAC TO BEAR. This election more than any election amount of memory feels like a continuation of the last one. For Donald Trump he's proposed no new policies or argument for a second term just. Make America. Great again again. For Democrats, they're desperately trying to make sure that what happened two thousand sixteen doesn't happen again. And for such a close electoral college loss can point to any number of factors Jim. Komi. Russia not campaigning in the Mid West or as I'll discuss this week. Third. Parties. When many Americans think of the Green Party the name Ralph Nader jumps to mind the nearly three million votes. He won in two thousand where the high water mark for the environmental issues inspired left-wing. Party. They were also many argue the reason George W Bush narrowly won the presidency. Sixteen years. Later, the next time the Republicans flip the White House it was again a narrow win and again one that the Green Party, votes might make a difference in. Jill Stein didn't get as many votes as Ralph Nader, but in Pennsylvania Michigan and Wisconsin she one more than the margin between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. As a result, the Democratic Party is more than a little preoccupied with my guests this week Howie Hawkins, Green Party's twenty, twenty nominee and one of the parties co-founders. Hawkins, his fellow Green Party members don't like the spoiler accusation after all no parties Parsons vote and the alternative to voting for a third party candidate is often not voting at all. Nonetheless Democrats have worked hard to keep them off ballots and this past week succeed in their efforts in two key states because paperwork issues. Green. Party won't be on presidential ballots in Wisconsin and Hawkins running mate won't be unbalanced Pennsylvania. The Democrats aren't the only party interested in Hawkins impact on the race Republicans would be delighted to see spoiler and Republican lawyers have even helped the Green Party fight Democrats in court. So I wanted to sit down with Hawkins to ask how he feels about getting help from. Republicans, why he thinks Kanye West candidacy is completely different from his. And what concrete changes he actually.

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Wisconsin's top court keeps Green Party off ballot, allows absentee balloting to resume

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:09 sec | 6 months ago

Wisconsin's top court keeps Green Party off ballot, allows absentee balloting to resume

"Can again be printed in Wisconsin after the state Supreme Court ruled Green Party candidate Howie Hawkins would not appear on the ballot. Brian Clark ABC News

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Wisconsin Supreme Court says mailing of absentee ballots should be halted

John Rothmann

00:21 sec | 6 months ago

Wisconsin Supreme Court says mailing of absentee ballots should be halted

"Put absentee ballots on hold. The order comes as part of a lawsuit filed by Green Party presidential candidate Howie Hawkins. He claims the Wisconsin Elections Commission is keeping him off of the ballot. Kanye West is also trying to get on the ballot after the commission rejected him. Municipal clerks have until September 17th to mail ballot species. Ryan Burrow, the National Institutes of

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Green Party can stay on Pennsylvania's ballot, judge says

KYW 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

Green Party can stay on Pennsylvania's ballot, judge says

"A judge is ordering elections officials to put the Green Party candidate for president on Pennsylvania's ballot, turning back a court challenge by the Democrats. Here We are just eight weeks before an election in key battleground state, Pennsylvania Democrats had contended that the Green Party's presidential and vice presidential nominees Did not formally submit candidate affidavits in August to go along with all the paperwork containing voter signatures to get on the ballot. The Green Party candidate is Howie Hawkins. Back in 2016 Donald Trump beat Democrat Hillary Clinton by more than 44,000 Boat votes here in the Commonwealth. The Green Party's nominee that here Jill Stein drew nearly 50,000 votes and appeal to the state Supreme Court is possible.

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The Latest Projects with Adam Justice

Home: On

05:57 min | 6 months ago

The Latest Projects with Adam Justice

"Welcome to episode one, hundred, Thirty, eight of home on a show about the I y home control and automation brought to you by the digital. Media Zone. Richard Guenther and I am so happy to be joined again by Adam justice my friend, the CEO of connects sense Adam. How are you? Good it's been a minute since I've been on your show. Yeah it has. been a while and it's really funny because as I was thinking about that as a window last time we've talked together on home on. Of course, we co host the smart home show together. So we get a chance to talk all the time. It just hasn't been necessarily with this audience, but I'm glad you could join me. We're just going to run through the. Normal News stuff you know we've been doing a bunch of topics, special episodes and I haven't been getting episodes out as quickly. So I just wanted to do some news focused discussion and maybe maybe a little bit of an update from the last time you and I spoke on our other show about the projects that we've been up to. Okay sounds great. We're going. To start with the long awaited news from smart things, we finally have a sunset date for the classic APP. So if you're still using smart things classic, it is going away on October fourteenth and by going away I mean it will no longer work period. If on the fourteenth you go into the classic APP, you'll be prompted to create your Samsung account you haven't. Done that and download and switch over to the standard smart things up. It seems silly to call that the new APP since it's been out for about two and a half years now but not everybody has switched over to it yet. Now, this is not the only thing changing. In fact, if you're still using the classic APP Today You may have noticed that your event history is no longer showing up there. It's over in the new APP. So that's an incentive to maybe switch a little bit early if you haven't already and similarly if you have Samsung products, their status is. No longer showing up in the classic APP, that is also only happening in the new smart things up. So they're really serious about this. They've given us lots of time plenty of notice that this was coming I'm just curious. Are those diehards going to end up sticking with it now or are they going to end up jumping and try and something else? Yeah. I mean these things always happen and it sounds like they've given everybody plenty of notice to make a move but there's always somebody that's not going to be happy and I think the real hardship is going to be for. Those heavy duty hobbyists who might have some smart apps still in use in the classic APP that as of yet haven't been rewritten for the new platform or just aren't going to be one example is and I'm really not quite sure why they called this out specifically. But Samsung smart things announced when they announced this sunset date that the echoes speaks smart APP, which is a third party. SMART APP by an independent developer is no longer going to be supported on the new platform. The crazy thing is that according to Jimmy Hawkins are smart things guy developer didn't even know that until. The announcement came out. Whoops whoops is right. This is a shame because this is a cool up but of course, this is doing stuff that you're not really supposed to do. This is sending audio statements to echo devices to say directly, and that's not really something that even Amazon wants developers doing right now my guess is it probably got called out because it has a huge install base and they new people were GONNA be upset about it, and so you know and I'm sure Amazon called him out at one point and they're like, okay well, it'll die when the old APD is. That is probably the most likely scenario right I could see that happening indeed the next piece of news here was that Google has made a huge investment in Adt. It was about four hundred, fifty, million dollars for a six point, six percent stake in the company which you noted as a seven billion dollar valuation. That is the thing that's astounding to me that at is considered a seven billion dollar business. Yeah I. had no idea they were that large company but good for them. With this investment, Google's going to integrate its nest smart home devices in with eighty t and their devices. Yeah and it seems like they're just trying to at least get the devices on the docket right now. But it's very likely that these frankly dated and less well-known devices like sensors and cameras, and so forth at Adt has been using some of them. I think are even white labeled and used with ADT branding they're going to go away. You're basically going to be buying nest systems through at to the extent that at customers are going. To get access to nest aware, which is nest subscription service. So sounds to me like eighty s pretty much handing over the reins to Google year. Yeah I think this marriage makes a Lotta sense. Obviously, nest wants to get more into security and you can either fight Adt in the battle against ring or you can join them and you know put your powers together. So I think ADT's branding is a lot stronger insecurity and obviously ness branding is a lot stronger and smart home so that it feels like a win win for both companies.

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"hawkins" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

06:57 min | 10 months ago

"hawkins" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Do it. Now when you when you mentioned that you had gotten released or whatever it was if you went started. I mean you worked on the stuff that you start arresting school at that point in time right yeah so luckily I I'd opened my risk about two months before getting fired so I was kinda begging go. I felt so like the same. As Matt. We've our careers have been just. Rollercoaster rides of ups and downs. Which is which is cool. That's life you know and like you said we're always we've never like phoned it in you know we've always tried to look our best of cool gear have good attitude give give one hundred ten percent in the ring so I was looking. I was hoping to get fire. The KHURANA called me and I was like all the GOP. Thank you you're gonNA tell me to go to annex t in do something or I was like okay sweet so I got fired on a Thursday. I wrestled Friday Saturday and then literally for two years straight all over but luckily I open my school which was a whole `nother level of just Almost like therapeutic sense for me to give back and then it's like enjoying the business through a whole new set is where I can like you know train. These kids and watched grow from people. I barely know dumb locations. It will come in here until like pretty damn polished good wrestlers on proud of so. That whole thing has just been incredible. Something I wanted to do. I just thought it would come much later in my career but It was a blessing in disguise. But you have I could be. You might have to remind me but you've had some students like we have. I know Chris that lender trained with you. She's very very green but also very very good you could tell she was trained well. She wrestles much higher than her experience level. I think absolutely she came out of your school. Who else came from your school. Well J F we would have to be the most notable but I hate to give them such a big plug here on your show Yeah that's another one right. He told me that. That's to 'em once again. His personality is way more experience than his age. So let's to legit top talents that came from your from your school. That must be pretty gratifying for you as a teacher to know that you you gave them enough tools able to get on national TV and fit right in so quickly absolutely. I mean I've had a first class education the business I learned from Mikey whipper straight to the WWE producers slice agents. Whatever for years and years and years and years you know so I can I soak that all in and I want to give it back so if you put in the work and the dedication to to come you're going to get it you know so and Khorasan of to the my favorites. Kristen is my favorite student ever. She's a super special Person Individual an exceptional talent that she's just getting started. She's GonNa be great but I am glad when she When she landed on Earth that she found your your school. I was one of those things. You sure about this alien thing like. You're pretty. You're pretty talented as is I don't think you really need is alien things. She's committed to it man and that's be so so. Let's talk about this final run that you guys had again with the Ryder and Hawkins so you off. For how long was it before you got hired back? Brian is that it was like exactly two years. And then what leads you coming back? I believe with that new smack that was going live and they had just made one of those big cuts. They just made last week and I think they were Kinda went. Like Oh shit we just fire all these guys but we need guys now for this and that and what I was told is at Vince. Wanted guys back. That didn't need to be taught. You know guys that just knew how to work television There wasn't much so they made like small list and he handpicked a couple of off and like me and gender and Rhino and Shelton maybe shelton you shelton and That's how it all happened. And then I don't WanNa say I was misled but like I was like Oh cool this is going to be sweet and I had been yes and stuff where they really just want back kind of my old spot of just making other people look good which is fine. That's pro wrestling. It is what it is and I love it either way. You know I was grateful for it and then what really happened was some like I think some dirty reporter or something wrote some article I Curt Hawkins Loses hundred consecutive match in a row and it was like getting tweeted to me and shit like that and I was like sitting there going well. That's definitely true. That's awesome like who cares. Let's let's keep going so then I remember like I was pitching his. Everybody like let me just keep look like I'm losing anyway. They just make sure he's making them. I was supposed to be he unlike superstars or whatever and I was the finally when I went to like a writer and made them go. Vince like new Tom. I'd rather not like it was like it was embark ladies and he said something. Meal Hawkins to get one of his own down. I was like I'd rather not. Let's see where this goes and I just knew that kind of organically if I committed to it something would come of it and it finally like. I didn't realize how much I was going to lose. But it finally did pick up steam were. I truly felt like people were invested in my matches like they had never been before like you know whether I was in Long Island I was in Paducah. People knew I was the guy that was losing all the time and they wanted to be there to see me actually win. You know people were getting. It felt good and at the same time we kind of restart started the podcast and I think that remind everyone what good friends we were that we used to be a team. And then that leads you to Zach kind of being your your motivator to come on how to win. Type thing right. Yeah because I mean in classic Zack Ryder Fashion. Which listen I I use at the time? I use the Hashtag still here now. It's it's not there but I am so grateful for the time they're the learning experience the ups and downs like listen. I've had the highest of highs the low of lows and during that time you know Hawkins gets bad losing every match. I didn't have a match on raw in a year so I really like every week to TV but not doing anything like not like I dress up like my suit like try to knock. David's what one day I even had like a funny story I I went to one week. And he's like great ideas next week. Breath me writing right so the next week. I typed it up like a school project. I The cover sheet and everything walking around lack room and he will make you take. The picture of rider pitches. But I do at that point. I was doing whatever I could and I knew. Listen I've been up and down up and down like I was just hoping that something would come around and luckily it was just this perfect storm Hawkins on this losing streak me doing nothing people like. Oh my God these guys used to be partners because I think the podcast major reservoir pockets. I'M GONNA plug it right there but I think it got it in people's heads so what I did the big big run into save Arkins. It all made sense. It was the perfect timing. Did you get your big win? Brian Wrestlemainia..

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"hawkins" Discussed on Cults

Cults

04:46 min | 11 months ago

"hawkins" Discussed on Cults

"Before he became a self proclaimed Prophet of God. Israel HAWKINS WAS BUFFALO BILL. A small time rockabilly singer and Abilene police officer in. Nineteen seventy five his eldest brother. Jj Hawkins returned from a seven year. Stay in Israel. With earth shattering news he had discovered a Hebrew inscription that read the House of Ya. He said that in that moment he realized that Yao was the one true name of God and that he was being called to lead his church through the second coming without delay. The Hawkins Brothers swapped their names for Hebrew ones fitting prophets of God. Jag became Jacoeb. Bill became Israel. They founded a pair of churches in Odessa and Abilene called the house of Galway. Their teachings were hodgepodge of Judeo Christian fundamentalism drawing from the Torah New Testament seventh day. Adventists them andy apocalyptic teachings of Herbert W Armstrong. They promoted strict adherence to the six hundred. Thirteen rabbinic laws such as not shaving beards or eating shellfish and forbade the observance of holidays like Christmas and Easter other beliefs included the doctrine that Satan was a woman specifically the traitorous former wife of Galway and that she had installed all of the world's politicians including the Catholic Pope but at the center of the House of Y'all ways teachings was the belief that the end times described in the book of Revelation. Were close at hand. Clock was to say that four out of every five shall fall away. Israel believed that he and his brother were the two witnesses from revelation. Who were supposed to warn the House of? Ya and guide it through the end times. This became impossible when Yaakob succumbed to cancer. In Nineteen ninety-one Israel responded by re translating the Scripture to show that his brother's death had in fact been foretold and that he was meant to guide the church through the second coming alone re translating and reinterpreting scripture would become go to practice for Israel over the coming years in nineteen ninety-three expanded the church's teachings to allow polygamy his wife filed for divorce and was promptly excommunicated but the house of Yahweh continued to grow by nineteen ninety six. They had hundreds of members. Many of whom lived on the House of you always knew forty four Acre property east of Abilene. Israel's sermons were distributed via the Internet and sold as tape cassettes leading to a burgeoning community of followers around the world through his sermons. Books and occasional television appearances. Israel Hawkins made a series of Public Doomsday predictions. I that four fifths of the world would be killed in a nuclear war by two two. That was later adjusted to September twelfth. Two thousand six. When the date passed without the apocalypse Israel announced that the scripture had been misinterpreted once more the nuclear warhead indeed Ben Quote Unquote conceived. In September of two thousand. Six Body would take nine months. A length of human pregnancy for it to actually come to Fruition Bat. Set the date for the second coming on. June twelfth. Two thousand seven but this also went unfulfilled. The House of Y'all way has continued to thrive. Despite numerous failed prophecies and legal troubles members who have left the group described being forced to give one third of their income to their church and of accused its founder of using mind control techniques to keep followers in line in two thousand eight. Prominent Church elder was found. Guilty of sexually assaulting his fourteen year old stepdaughter. That same year Israel Hawkins was arrested for bigamy and child labor violations. The bigamy charges were eventually dropped but he pled guilty to the charges resulting in a fine and probation while none of his doomsday. Prophecies have played out as predicted Israel Hawkins and the House of Galway maintain that the N. Times were in fact set in motion on September twelfth. Two thousand six and that the outward signs of the second coming will eventually be revealed to all thanks for listening. We'll be back tomorrow to examine the predictions of another Colt. You can catch our other episodes of cults for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts..

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"hawkins" Discussed on Cults

Cults

01:37 min | 11 months ago

"hawkins" Discussed on Cults

"Hi listeners this is called Staley. Throughout the month of April were addressing the manifestoes and ideologies of some of history's most infamous cult leaders Israel Hawkins and his brother Yakub founded the House of. Ya In one thousand nine hundred eighty. They produce their own version of the Bible and made numerous predictions. That did not come true. Be Short come back tomorrow for a brand new episode of Cults Daily. Listen free on spotify. Or every you get your podcasts. On September twelfth of two thousand six men and women and Young Baruah County in central Kenya strapped on their gas masks then they crammed into the underground bunkers. They had painstakingly built over the previous weeks. They prayed their preparations would be enough to save them from the nuclear fallout. That was coming. The men and women were followers of a religious group known as the House of Y'all way their prophet Israel. Hawkins had predicted that today would see the start of nuclear war that would decimate eighty percent of the world's population as the seconds tick by the faithful waited for the MOMS to go off. No doubt they wished that they'd have the opportunity to leave Africa to travel more than eight thousand miles to the home of their profit. The one place got it shows into spare from the apocalypse the holy city of Abilene Texas..

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"hawkins" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

03:46 min | 11 months ago

"hawkins" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Pouring rain and they already had a time. They already listed as a heavy eight which is getting to the bottom of the ground and then they had more rain so they abandoned and that's been pretty wet most of the country so we'll see what ran was the last week. I think Renwick was a seven or eight so I wouldn't be. I wouldn't be shocked if it's an eight again. Which is soft. And they called. They call wet track specialist over the mothers because they really are running in mud with with with a loose surface. Well we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA have Andrew Hawkins Join US deck. I appreciate it have to look forward to listening to well and you can enjoy your breakfast warming up in the microwave and does tune in the Dick Powell everybody h JC Hong Kong Jockey Club and of course before deck Andrew Hawkins for to seize at least two seasons maybe even a third provided the Hong Kong Jockey Club analysis. Then he left Hong Kong back in Australia now. And he's still providing a lot of winners including last weekend last Friday night if you were paying attention and you follow Andrew. You should on twitter. Andrew and Jay Hawkins Andrew hands out into toy who paid one hundred and twelve dollars winning the doncaster mile. She's back again this weekend. There's probably probably a significant delay on the phone. So bear with us on that but Andrew Hawkins. Welcome back pain Walzer very on show. It's been Still a twenty awareness to be fans still andrew. I'm sure you're following the situation. You You keep tabs on racing internationally and With our limited menu of options. Here people are looking at Hong Kong. They're they're looking to Australia. And with this big these big two weekends the championship season at Randwick a perfect time to reconnect with you. Give everybody take a couple of minutes and give everybody an overview of the the Circuit New South Wales and South Australia Queensland etc the the way the racetrack season is laid out and how the groups You know how the four tracks run a day give everybody just sort of the primer on Australian racing. I well that's a very very good question. Save and the ad goes into that But the best way to start is that as you say. You're dealing with the redwood. Get the this weekend now. This is the championships this weekend. the championships in the combination of Sydney. Also fold their here The citizens bank reverse so It's very much the combination of the Sydney Carnival the Sydney or cities year round Actually to be fair most places in Charlotte to see round but.

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"hawkins" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

04:01 min | 11 months ago

"hawkins" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Then a three to two favourite and a seventy two favorite. It was worth playing a lot of you hit you must have. What did they bet it? Actually I didn't look at that. What did they. It's calling the pool. The pool was one point. Seven million. And there was. What at eighty thousand dollar carryover eighty-one Thousand Dollar Karaoke walk? Wow that's why it paid twice the parliament. And that's why these that's why these big five carriers have been so popular it because especially the fifty cent increments from the Jackpot separate topic but the fifty seven commit it it. It invites coverage of horses that are extraneous. So then when a chalks out like this you know. There's so many horses that have been covered. The multiples are just out of. You know they're just too many multiples too much dead money on horses that people were hoping would would get involved so everybody got paid. I guess a good work and thanks to neck for a great job so I was Tampa yesterday mentioned oaklawn and obviously we'll talk plenty about it. It's a terrific hard absolutely terrific. The one thing that I hope we get is decent weather because the last weekend rain Friday Saturday not pleasant. Let's see what we can discover on this front very quickly. Suburban Heights hot springs. National Park is my list thing right. Now it's sunny. Oh my God eighty percent chance of rain. You gotta be kidding me. Holly Nice Today Gorgeous tomorrow and then eighty percent chance of rain Saturday. Eighty percent chance on Sunday just ridiculous thunderstorms Saturday night. God break well so keep the wet track in mind the sequence this oaklawn stakes holy cow top to bottom basin asked me said jrue coach by Phil. Bauer mister big news. Callo thousand words Baffert so rick. The Doro shoplifted asked Santana flap. Jack who I the sister that I I was not disappointed with the cubs. Back second off layoff. I liked that Jack did this without that. Tation that people excited about this digital from Calhoun. Cox's got something natural in here with the Fernando delacruz Background Mike. Pitch the town. Joe Rocco Farmington road. Pletcher said he was sending somebody and it's the eclipse Priscilla's Lapente with Martin Garcia and then Gold Street drew wide for Mike. Mccarthy Steve Asmussen Tyler Baze and the other stake the oakland miles terrific with a field of fourteen. Let's take a break. We'll start out with international coverage. Andrew Hawkins Next Apple Races with Steve Big on Sirius. Xm radio.

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"hawkins" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"hawkins" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Wunderdog Hawkins real estate we're going to Facebook go my god so coming up here on new years you guys any plans for the new year's eve you know I try to I try to stay home with the with the girls on new year's eve and just just I don't like being out on the on the road just to to make crazies out there years you've so I I try to just stay at home and you know they have a nice dinner and spoken like a true person over the age of yeah I was going to build is Doug when I'm home party I don't know we have a buddy that's open up his house that's gonna have a party with so you're still young and hip or groupies directorate oh Rudy's yeah really is actually not a straight from yeah yeah so what ever to high I I might go out but I like to just get a life you know I'm ready to go in the first and I'm ready to go up I'm I'm excited for this year I I'm you know I am too I'll be taking the first off just so you know for the Fiesta Bowl rob built everyone's got the first off but they're gonna come in here the second here's what it is we're gonna we're gonna start kicking but this year we're gonna start out with a bang dealing with you got going on two years with the wife yeah last minute with the wife we are thinking about maybe going to and stealing up to ducks cabin but little romantic time with here and it's already been you sorry and all right out of it all right so you go over to the S. W. got tickets to get a dog go the Suns game tonight though Kevin are going with a couple of friends are going to go to to watch the sons played Denver tonight and don't like up I'll probably watch watch football day on on the first and then thank you the the with the championship game will be what the next next week right the seventh yeah the the playoffs or today yeah right now yeah starting up here in a couple hours and then yeah than their championships next up yep so that'll be fun I don't when we get that back in in Arizona get because I know that's a huge that yeah they rotate right yeah take the I I'm not sure festivals cultivating a couple years away yeah yeah so gotcha a I would be fine I'll send a look to see what was it like who is this you see half a you receive central Florida okay money anybody has only who the mascot is they have lost and in two years I don't think I heard that yeah yeah isn't the mascot the night the night still it come in to read I'll tell you I will be back to more this step gonna have to get a realistic how about that we'll do all that and more coming up the Doug Hopkins women realize the Joe.

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"hawkins" Discussed on Design for Voic?e

Design for Voic?e

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"hawkins" Discussed on Design for Voic?e

"Example. Can we talk about ethics from a higher level with getting a basic understanding. What does the scope of ethics really include especially when we look at the voice space. Sure yeah for me as a designer ethics takeover raising part of what. I'm thinking about all the time so sometimes it feels big But i think other times it can be more actionable but in terms of how my job typically works working within a company outside the scope of ethics for me is kind of embedding. The question of what means good for this easier for the users the for the people that i'm designing for In the context of the service that i'm providing them so definitely. I think a lot of designers are good people and we always wanted to make sure that what we're designing is influencing people for the better I think some obvious aspects of ethics are things like is this interface easy to use. Am i making sure that i'm getting people formation. In a assistant easy accessible way not preventing them from getting important information or access to certain things. Because of roadblocks that way i think a lot of us are embedded in that for primarily through the principles of you ex design But i think we're my questions. Get a little deeper. Were trying to kind of push. The industry in also people that i work with is kind of thinking about aside from the designs that were creating kind of the ecosystem network within Constantly kind of posing questions about what is the worst case scenario Gonna what is the most negative outcome of of what we're creating. I'm the kind of pushing against that. So increasingly my work. I'm finding that it's not just the role of the designer to s those questions but trying to involve higher up in other kind of lateral teams with these questions. So things like sales or things like our business project product managers tangentially critically about even how we're framing our product in terms of our recreating something. That's actually useful to people. Is this infringing upon their access to things may be more positive in some way etc etc but basically thinking while essex says something. The entire company in the product itself should be critically

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Ethics in Voice With Brooke Hawkins

Design for Voic?e

02:22 min | 1 year ago

Ethics in Voice With Brooke Hawkins

"Example. Can we talk about ethics from a higher level with getting a basic understanding. What does the scope of ethics really include especially when we look at the voice space. Sure yeah for me as a designer ethics takeover raising part of what. I'm thinking about all the time so sometimes it feels big But i think other times it can be more actionable but in terms of how my job typically works working within a company outside the scope of ethics for me is kind of embedding. The question of what means good for this easier for the users the for the people that i'm designing for In the context of the service that i'm providing them so definitely. I think a lot of designers are good people and we always wanted to make sure that what we're designing is influencing people for the better I think some obvious aspects of ethics are things like is this interface easy to use. Am i making sure that i'm getting people formation. In a assistant easy accessible way not preventing them from getting important information or access to certain things. Because of roadblocks that way i think a lot of us are embedded in that for primarily through the principles of you ex design But i think we're my questions. Get a little deeper. Were trying to kind of push. The industry in also people that i work with is kind of thinking about aside from the designs that were creating kind of the ecosystem network within Constantly kind of posing questions about what is the worst case scenario Gonna what is the most negative outcome of of what we're creating. I'm the kind of pushing against that. So increasingly my work. I'm finding that it's not just the role of the designer to s those questions but trying to involve higher up in other kind of lateral teams with these questions. So things like sales or things like our business project product managers tangentially critically about even how we're framing our product in terms of our recreating something. That's actually useful to people. Is this infringing upon their access to things may be more positive in some way etc etc but basically thinking while essex says something. The entire company in the product itself should be critically

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"hawkins" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"hawkins" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

"It's incredible back to curt Hawkins. One thing that I didn't, I remember after our last conversation I kick myself, there's always like these little things that I'm like. That's the one thing I didn't ask about. And the one thing we didn't get to last time was you and Curtis axel trained with the rock? Correct. Like got the rock into shape or not into shape, but you know, like like worked with him. To prep for wrestlemainia. Which wrestlemainia was it started? The first thing he did was that survivor series tag with sina right at Madison Square Garden. So we do leading to that. Wow. Yeah. How was that the? It's up there with like one of the coolest things I've been fortunate to do is the whole experience of how long did you work with him for that whole fall leading into the mania match was seen and you'd go up for you were like his secret agents of like bumping like, 'cause schedules, so insane. Yeah, you know, when the, you know wherever he was filming, we did it in New Orleans. They'd ever Debbie ring and like a ref and Raffin and me, and Joe will be on call and basically like the rings are set up in this warehouse and like they call me like you've trained with Iraq tomorrow at six AM flight to New Orleans go. And And we just. we just do it. Yeah, and it was a lot of things like that. And there was then another thing was seven, Miami when he's home there and we'd same thing. You know, we just be like on call how come YouTube or the guys that the good old good hand? Yeah. I don't know if it came from Vince or hunter or somebody who's sitting, you know, these guys safe guys that are, you know he is going to be cool. So and he man, he's like megastar maybe the biggest star in the whole world, but he couldn't have been cooler and down to earth and like, you know, like Ben phone number to text, you know, and things like that. You wouldn't believe we just super goal. That's alright experience. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. And did you just prep for the tag match or did you keep going all the way to that mania? So now is that a once in a lifetime than they do the next year next year? Right, right, right. You didn't prevent for the twice in a lifetime. Now. Once in a while he didn't train for that one. So, and I feel like the match showed. The first one was awesome. Right? Right. But yeah, but just so cool. You know, just it was almost like being in the weirdest Blake. There was one time leading into the survivor series tag. They had it was Miz and truth against rocks, you know, racketeering tag. And so I guess the producers, Michael laser or something they were having like a rehearse of private rehearsal about it in New Orleans leading up to it, he's filming a movie or. Delayed. Like he said, he whenever his interact with the office said, I'd really. I really think Brian should be there for this, whatever. So like I had to go to this thing, I'm not even remotely on this show. Oversee this thing and be like a crash test dummy and throughout my ideas and stuff. Stuff like that. It's like, what the heck, what do you do as you're walking through stuff? You're just like you you the Crash Test Dummies. I think you know me well enough now, like I don't really keep my mouth shut. So I'm like, oh yeah, it'd be cool. Like I'm throwing right. I mean, what I got to lose. Right. So I mean, and that's the best part that like your fan, right this the experience to get to be the guy who does. I remember trying to get him to do the rock bottom on the apron. Man. Do you guys do Abram bumps all time? There's nothing eleven where like kinda was like now it's a very common thing, but it right more like a, yes, pretty cutting edge. Yeah. On Levin? Yeah, doing this little pop the shit out of people if you do this, that'd be cool. It's cra-. I married didn't do it. But did you try it? No, he didn't even get that far..

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"hawkins" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"hawkins" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

"It would be difficult though for you as a performer to just go directly to Vince and go Vince, it's just wants to know really enjoying what I've been doing. I hope you've been noticing. I've lost a hundred matches in a row. It's good stuff, man, I, but it is because it's entertaining, right? Yeah, but how do you, but but but one thing for you to go to the writers, how do you as a performer track down Vince himself. He, he's obviously intimidating as the ruler of wrestling. But I, I've always had like a good. Report with him like I can. I've, I'm very comfortable talking to him and things like that would. Do you think he also kind of values the fact that you have been able to make the most out of the things that you're giving like, you're not that. And I think he's see me wrestle early years now. He knows like a very serviceable pro wrestler, right? Yes, I'm right. Going to do what he tells me and do it pretty well. Right. And I think he appreciates that in, you know? So I'm not, you know, Roman reigns, but like as far as what, where he sees me star of level, right. I don't think there is a value to curt Hawkins as very or sure. Yes. And he's very wear of that right. He's called me a good hand several times in meetings into my face. Well, I also think that like there's a big difference between. Taking on a role of a character that is humiliating. Right. Like there have been in the history of WWE wrestling in general, these characters that are clearly done because you know, we, we kind of want to humiliate this guy for whatever reason. And that's not really what Kerr Hawkins is. I don't think if the goal is to not make is to make it look bad the I don't think they're giving you five minutes of Mike time before your married. I don't think they're letting you have a cane felt that way. Right. Haven't felt like the court jester I guess. I don't know. I feel like I've been an entertaining small aspect of the show when given the chance. Right, right. That's my goal. You know, I've never. I've never. I feel like the fans are smart enough to be laughing with me. Not at me really. I could be wrong in that, but. No, I think you know. And I think that again, you getting time promo time helps difference than because you're actually building a character behind and. Your bag guys. So it's not like like the fact that you have an ego about it and means that it no point. Are we as fans going like, oh, curt Hawkins is going to do it like you're not an underdog. In the sense that you you think you're better than you are started that way, but it's been so long now, like people really starting to feel sorry for me, there was there was this moment on raw, and it was only a few weeks ago when you had it with the with the with the local talent. I can't remember his name at the moment was James harden. That's right when it was you and James harden, and I was like, they're not really like this, isn't it?.

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"hawkins" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"hawkins" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

"We played with sadie sadie hawkins dance we played with hawkins to he don't know what the sadie hawkins dances dog looks surprised okay this is awesome so the sadie hawkins dance started in the nineteen thirties and it was based off of a cartoon by alcaparras where these women during leap beer would make the first move essentially they'd they'd ask them in to marry them and this got consolidated into a dance that us school system started putting into place and it became so popular you know the sadie hawkins dance they board the poodle skirts and the black and white you're enough to look into this but no dance it's it's it's not an actual dad still like a mating ritual dance it no it's like a school dance so you have the prom right and then you had the sadie hawkins dance and the sadie hawkins dance was different from the prom because boys ask girls to the prom girls asked boys to the sadie hawkins dance they asked the boy to the dance something really interesting took place when this eighty hawkins dance went into effect became so popular they made it a national holiday and it became so popular because parents felt that it was a safer option because the way the boys behaved when the girls asked to the dance was much less aggressive girls were not crying feeling left out so it recalibrated these gender norms around flirting and dating and courting and so that was a big inspiration behind bumble you know when we were thinking about women making the first move it was almost the digital rendition of that.

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"hawkins" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"hawkins" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"We played with sadie sadie hawkins dance we played with hawkins to he don't know what the sadie hawkins dances dog looks surprised okay this is awesome so the sadie hawkins dance started in the nineteen thirties and it was based off of a cartoon by alcaparras where these women during leap beer would make the first move essentially they'd they'd ask them in to marry them and this got consolidated into a dance that us school system started putting into place and it became so popular you know the sadie hawkins dance they board the poodle skirts and the black and white you're enough to look into this but no dance it's it's it's not an actual dad still like a mating ritual dance it no it's like a school dance so you have the prom right and then you had the sadie hawkins dance and the sadie hawkins dance was different from the prom because boys ask girls to the prom girls asked boys to the sadie hawkins dance they asked the boy to the dance something really interesting took place when this eighty hawkins dance went into effect became so popular they made it a national holiday and it became so popular because parents felt that it was a safer option because the way the boys behaved when the girls asked to the dance was much less aggressive girls were not crying feeling left out so it recalibrated these gender norms around flirting and dating and courting and so that was a big inspiration behind bumble you know when we were thinking about women making the first move it was almost the digital rendition of that.

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"hawkins" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

Slate's Hang Up and Listen

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"hawkins" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

"That's how the bible was written it's hard to describe because in this era we could go on facebook you can do anything you see everybody everything about everybody before you ever meet them that's so with county hawkins so the question about him especially around the obituaries and thinking back on what he was able to accomplish and what he was kept from accomplishing during his life his is connie hawkins a tragic figure you know he got caught up with this gambler jack molina s and was banned from ever playing college basketball and blackballed from the nba adding but he really wasn't caught up with him and that was the tragedy of what transpired he was questioned by the da in new york and ended up just sort of agreeing to whatever they wanted him to say because he needed to get out of there they'd grilled him for days and days he was never really accused of of deals never never proven to have been connected with anybody cotti hawkins if you read his story the fact that you made it out at all uh the eddie simmons i mean it's incredible the eddie simmons memorial tournament that we were going to get in brooklyn was four a friend uh to raise money four different charities whatever and he gets used by these people these gamblers kid nothing to do with gambling i mean he had no parental guidance whatsoever his uh twilight you i think he lived in an apartment basement you know it was just it was terrible from absolute poverty cut these guys like jack molina's send these other gambles back when you're quiz just as hot at a point shaving and madison square garden goes just filled with gamblers and all kinds of uh scandals going on in college basketball the original one spec another fifty started i think it was all new york schools that kinda got sucked into this thing back when you had to go to college to play in the nba all she should have been able to.

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"hawkins" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

Slate's Hang Up and Listen

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"hawkins" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

"Dis for associating with a gambler named jack moline us the nba to banished him for most of the decade and hawkins was only allowed to plan league and nineteen sixty nine after winning a lawsuit in which the nba agreed to pay him one point three million dollars that'd be about nine million dollars today joining us now to discuss connie hawkins is life and career is rick talent air he writes for the chicago suntimes and he's the author of the classic book heaven is a playground rick thank you so much for joining us live closer your book wreck was about street basketball and brooklyn amazing book everyone should read it if they have an and connie hawkins was just a towering figure in that scene can you describe what connie hawkins meant sri basketball in brooklyn uh to be really thought we can't overemphasize it i don't think it's it's just uh a legendary uh two american sort of icon ache hero die in the way that uh seat mike think king of the river or you know davy crockett uh these people that you heard more about it was sort of uh passed down from one generation the other there it was like war it was like god and spokane stories security to sit around a campfire people would tell the story of cotti hawkins because there was very little actual documentation of what was going on that very you know no cameras hardly any uh video taken at all i don't know if there's any video county hawkins playing street baugh ah you know and there were no tape recorders nothing like that so this word of mouth and uh kyw was this guy the kind of his image and his legend hungover all olives the street basketball.

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"hawkins" Discussed on Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone

Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"hawkins" Discussed on Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone

"In episode 1 thirty nine i interviewed dr jeff hawkins author of on intelligence and founder of new mentor just to remind you dr hawkins book on intelligence on was reviewed an episode to which was originally recorded for another podcast i talked with dr hawkins in episode thirty eight which unfortunately i think as the worst audio of any episode ever that i've ever recorded in fact it inspired the beginning of getting transcripts made for every episode so i guess that was a good thing so is great to talk to jeff hawkins again and a hope when you listen to this interview you will get a sense of his passion for neuro science i want to mention that all the papers that we talked about in this interview are available at the new meant to website and i did linked to them in the original show nuts the main reason that i continue to follow the work that hawkins is doing it new manta is that his team is actually trying to build a model of cortisol function that matches the brain's anatomy and physiology which of course means generating testable hypothesis it's interesting that one of the email response as i got to this interview was a writer who claimed that this was an impossible goal at any rate in two thousand sixteen hawkins team published a new model that incorporates the fact that not all synapses are identical in particular function seems to depend on where they're located on the then dry it's only synapses near the cell body can cause an action potential in this new model hawkins proposes that other synapses prepare the cell to fire which in a sense is a former prediction the other paper that they published in two thousand sixteen showed house sparseness leads to robustness as hawkins explained having a.

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"hawkins" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"hawkins" Discussed on Double Toasted

"So those things seemed of just jump out to me more than uh than the creature story itself in plus is just the characters to as i was saying sally hawkins the news this is really her movie in all his not the is not the store the creature this is really her store they spent ally tommy's characters in the hague on the human characters more than they do actual monster here and i love sally hawkins and miss uh she's though for one she has to be a to the whole movie and that's just moshel right they like all these people just talking down to this to this woman sure you know she can't even be like because he's a muted got to get a job as a janitor and take care of our neighbours and our sally hawkins she's a small slight woman as well that's true as true and we'll tell you also know let that facefull you because in the mood that the people hint that she's ugly but she gets nude in the movie and i don't even join threetime saying there i'm not trying to be got caught me would have the fuck she got her man started opens you had to get the bathtub i was like okay more speed barbs superpussys commando it she got an homes that monster down mazda goes up at least good gives the club well yeah man you also nothing i like about that creature man is that's all the time about like okay maybe going overboard because you kind of a wild animal but he knows how to make out may he just had a touch of woman with you know what he's making our will face picked up some things.

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