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Fight to curb food waste increasingly turns to science

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 11 hrs ago

Fight to curb food waste increasingly turns to science

"The fight to curb food waste increasingly turns to science, scientists at Patrick Flynn's hazel technologies in Chicago created a sashay. It's very small. Yeah, this one is about 250 milligrams. It can slow the ripening of apples by inhibiting the naturally occurring hormone ethylene, which promotes ripening and the development of sugars and all the things that we associate with. It tasting good. Food waste can be very costly. Michigan apple grower Elizabeth Paul's is looking at the bottom line. I want that fruit to be able to come out of storage and all get to the grocery store. Not half of it or three quarters of it. A group studying food waste estimates 500,000 pounds of food could be diverted from landfills every year, with high-tech packaging, also keeping produce from rotting means less methane, a problematic greenhouse gas that contributes to climate change, getting released into the atmosphere. I'm Ed Donahue

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Why Jason Pye Identifies as a 'Classical Liberal'

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:56 min | Last month

Why Jason Pye Identifies as a 'Classical Liberal'

"Preface this conversation by saying, you know, Doug, you said a buzzword earlier that I was trying to get a word in, but you mentioned the term classical liberal. And that's largely how I identify my philosophical views these days is classical liberal, which is not modern liberalism, is actually more in tune and more in line with what the founding fathers believe and so I would refer to myself as a classical liberal. We don't have everybody heading to Wikipedia on this. Yes, we are. But which the modern day, the classical liberal and libertarian have been somewhat intertwined. I am not, I am no longer a member of the Libertarian Party. For precisely this reason. And it's because the Libertarian Party does not take itself seriously. And I'll get to just give me one to indulge me for a second here. Okay. There are two very good libertarian candidates who are running. And if I were still a registered voter in Georgia, I would vote for them. And one of those is Chase Oliver, who is the nominee for U.S. Senate. And the other one's Ryan Graham, who's running through lieutenant governor. Both very good guys, both very smart guys who are talking about issues from a classical liberal libertarian perspective that I tend to agree with. Shane hazel should not be in this race. If he had any dignity, he would drop out. And the reason reason for that is, is be precisely the things you said. He's belligerent. He says random stuff. He is not a serious candidate if his goal is to throw this into a runoff, then why are you running? And you're right. It's going to cost taxpayers in Georgia millions of dollars statewide. Because in these counties, some of these small counties who are already facing budget crunches are going to have to find the money to do a runoff and this is fundamentally my issue with libertarian candidates. They don't run to win. And because they can't win. And

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"hazel" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

07:38 min | 7 months ago

"hazel" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"I'm so excited to be your guest host for this month of America. This month we're highlighting prodigies. Women who achieved greatness at a young age. This is especially a passion point for me because my latest book rising troublemaker, a fear fighter manual for teens. Reminds them that they are never too young to make a significant impact. Today, we're talking about a musical genius who was a brave advocate for equal rights in the entertainment industry. She dazzled audiences with her jazz renditions of the likes of Chopin and Bach while bucking racial stereotypes and constraints to become one of the first black women to close her own television show. Let's talk about hazel Scott. Hazel Dorothy Scott was born in Port of Spain, Trinidad, on June 11th, 1920. She was a daughter of R Thomas Scott, a West African scholar from England, and I'm a long sky, a classically trained pianist, saxophonist, and music teacher. Hazel's propensity for music came early. As an infant, she would scream and cry when her mother's students would play the wrong note. At the time, no one thought anything of it. But when hazel was three, she sat down at the piano and performed a church hymn that her grandmother would sing to her during nap time. This was just the beginning of hazel's musical gifts. In 1924, her parents separated in hazel moved to Harlem, New York with her mother and grandmother. Support the family, Alma worked briefly as a domestic maid before we turn into music and playing in various bands. With Alma's musical connections, hazel's household became a meet and ground for reputable African American musicians during the height of the Harlem renaissance. Although she was surrounded by prominent musical legends, hazel credited her mother as being the single biggest influence in her life. When hazel was 8 years old, her mother used her connections to get hazel and auditioned at The Juilliard School of music. This was unheard of at the time. As the age requirements to attend Juilliard was 16. Nonetheless hazel performed a rendition of rachmaninoff's prelude in C sharp minor. Which caused professor Oscar Wagner to deem hazel a genius. And grant her a scholarship for private tutoring with him. With professor Wagner and her mother's tutelage, hazel mastered advanced piano techniques well beyond her years. From here, she began collecting accolades at a rapid pace. When hazel turned 13, she joined her mother's jazz band as pianist. Two years later, she performed with Count Basie's big band at the roseland ballroom in New York City. She briefly hosted her own radio show on WOR after winning a local competition. And in 1938, she made her Broadway debut in sing out the news. To further prove she was in your average teenager, hazel completed all of these musical feats while also graduating high school with honors. Hazel increased her stardom in 1939 when she became the headliner at cafe society in Greenwich Village. Cafe society was New York's first fully integrated nightclub that featured musical grades like Ella Fitzgerald. Billie Holiday in Duke Ellington. When Billie Holiday ended her residency at the club, she insisted hazel replaced her as the darling of cafe society. At 19 years old, hazel was mesmerizing audiences with her jazz renditions of Chopin, Bach, and rock man enough. She broke sales records on the signature and decker recording labels with her back to boogie catalog. She performed across the country and was clear about one thing. She would not play before segregated audiences. The stipulation was included in all of her contracts, and if she showed up at a segregated venue, she would not perform, but still be compensated. In the mid 1940s, hazel took her talents to Los Angeles to make it on the big screen. She experienced racism in the form of only being cast as domestic workers. But she did not let this stop her. She turned down those parts and insisted on appearing as herself. A sophisticated woman with great musical talent. In this role, hazel appeared in 5 films and was listed as hazel Scott as herself in the credits. Hazel also demanded the same compensation as her white castmates. Because of her established stature, she was successful in these demands. She was earning $75,000. The equivalent of a little over a $1 million today. However, her outspokenness eventually brought her movie career to a close in 1945. Hazel returned to New York and shortly thereafter, began a scandalous affair with Adam Clayton Powell junior, the first African American elected to Congress from New York. At the time of their tryst, he was married but still pursued her relentlessly. In the summer of 1945, the two got married and became the most high profile black couple in America. In 1946, hazel gave birth to their only child. Adam Clayton Powell the third, she traded in her glitzy nightclub lifestyle for a quiet domestic life upstate. Hazel put her career on the back burner while her husband pursued his political dreams. But in 1950, she was presented with an opportunity she couldn't refuse. The Dumont network offered hazel her own 15 minute show that would be nationally distributed three times a week. During her 15 minute segment, hazel entertained audiences with a combination of classic, jazz, and boogie woogie blues. By her musical talents delighted viewers, a review and variety said that her personality, which was dignified, yet relaxed and versatile was the real draw of the show. Unfortunately, a few months into the run of her show, hazel's name was published in the pamphlet that listed supposed communist sympathizers and entertainment. The house of un American activities committee targeted her for her civil rights efforts and her connection to cafe society, which was a suspected communist hangout. Much to her husband's dismay, hazel personally testified against these claims in front of the committee. For her efforts fell short, in the hazel Scott show was canceled after just a few months on the year. Although hazel's activism hurt her career, she did not regret it. She said, I've been brash all my life, and it's gotten me into a lot of trouble. But at the same time, speaking out has sustained me and given meaning to my life. At this point, hazel's already strained marriage reached its breaking point. And the couple separated in the mid 1950s. After a failed marriage and a prominently damaged career, hazel found solace in the growing black expatriate community in Paris in 1957. Much like her mother's.

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"hazel" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

08:03 min | 8 months ago

"hazel" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"To. Conversations with people who hate me from the Ted audio collective. What happens when people who've clashed in the past have a conversation? Host Dylan marron is an expert in tough conversations. He's called up his own haters and online trolls to find the humanity on the other side of the screen. On this new season, Dillon explores how we can find common ground through conversations between people who think they see the world differently. On this season, hear from a survivor of conversion therapy and the man who ran the so called gay clinic. A mother and her trans son, a person turned meme and online troll, and more. Part therapy part confessional, it's a podcast about talking it out to understand each other. Find conversations with people who hate me, wherever you get your podcasts. Hello, from wonder media network. I'm an environmental activist, Erin Brockovich. This is romantica. This month we're highlighting eco warriors. Women and fighting for conservation and ecological justice. Today's eco warrior is known as the mother of environmental justice. Her work focused on bettering the lives of her family and her neighbors in the face of government oversight. Along the way, she opened the doors to a national movement, recognizing the intersection of environmental and social justice. Let's talk about hazel M Johnson. Hazel was born on January 25th, 1935 in New Orleans, Louisiana. She was the oldest of four children and the only one to survive to adulthood. Hazel grew up along the lower Mississippi River, an area also known as cancer alley. It was and still is. Populated by nearly 150 petrochemical plants and refineries. Cancer rates were significantly higher in the area, which predominantly housed African American residents. When hazel was 17, she met John Johnson. They got married and had 7 children together. In 1962, they moved to alt guild gardens, a public housing project on Chicago's south side. It was a peaceful, isolated area, distanced from highways and full of green space. But the charming exterior could only disguise so much. Just 7 years after moving to alt guild, John died of lung cancer. He was 41 and hadn't been a heavy smoker. Hayes will begin to notice similar seemingly unexplained health issues around the gardens. Several babies there had been diagnosed with multiple forms of cancer. Four infants passed away. In 1979, hazel's suspicions were confirmed in a TV report. South side residents had the highest rates of cancer in the city. Determined to get to the bottom of the mystery, hazel started making some calls. She founded the people for community recovery or PCR, a group made up of folks like her, residents, asking the Chicago housing authority to investigate their quality of life issues. But as hazel looked into these problems, a larger, more harrowing picture came into focus. From 1863 until the early 20th century, the Pullman motor company used the land around what became alt guild gardens as an industrial sludge dump. The area was surrounded by 50 documented landfills, nearly 400 industrial facilities, and an estimated 300 underground chemical storage tanks. Nearby steel mills, refineries, and chemical corporations continued to pollute the air and water with toxic waste. As hazel began to unravel the ecological consequences of altgeld's history, she also realized the systemic racist history of the development. It had been built in the 1940s specifically to house black World War II veterans. Knowingly, placing the community on some of the most hazardous land in the country. At the intersection of environmental and social issues, hazel became known as the mother of an environmental justice. The people for community recovery led a door to door campaign to grab the attention of local and government officials. They achieved several victories, including extending water and sewage services, building a new health clinic, removing asbestos from homes, regulating lead checks, and preventing further landfills from causing similar destruction in other parts of Chicago. The PCR extended their reach to other areas. They got city officials to test other south side neighborhoods and reveal toxins like cyanide in everyday drinking water. They also protested the creation of a new incinerator, eventually persuading the Illinois EPA to shut down the project altogether. In one of the PCR's efforts to standardize asbestos removal, hazel, mentored, future president, rock, Obama. Although there were many environmental campaigns in the 1970s and 80s. Hazel's work was a bit of an outlier. She focused on people like herself and her neighbors. Communities of color impacted by big business and government negligence. She said of her work. For so long, environmental activism has been primarily a white middle class issue. Far removed from the daily reality of inner city life. It's all very well to embrace saving the rainforest and conserving endangered animal species. But such global initiatives don't even begin to impact communities inhabited by people of color. In 1994, the PCR entered the national arena. Hazel was among the activists present when president Bill Clinton signed an environmental justice executive order holding the federal government accountable for urban communities exposed to pollution. She also served on the EPA's first national environmental justice advisory council. Hazel passed away in 2011. In her memory, south 130th street by alt guilt gardens was renamed. Hazel, Johnson, EJ way. Today, her daughter Cheryl is the executive director of.

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"hazel" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"hazel" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"And, you know, he could be a pain in the backside when he wanted to be. He was no angel. It's true. But, you know, he was such a big presence in so many people's lives. It's not until you've lost somebody like that that you realize just how big a circle he influenced or was part of. And, you know, there is a huge hole that can never be filled. Well, hazel, thank you very much for taking the time to talk to me and all of us today. Okay, thank you very much for giving me the chance. Hazel hunt there. One of the military mothers who's come together to write to her majesty, the queen over the extreme displeasure that Tony Blair set only Blair has been given a knighthood, she lost her 21 year old son private Richard hunt, who'd been in the army for less than two years when he became the 200th British soldier to die in the war in Afghanistan in 2009..

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Overnight storms bring damage to parts of US South

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Overnight storms bring damage to parts of US South

"Residents residents are are cleaning cleaning up up after after strong strong wind wind storm storm swept swept through through the the southern southern US US overnight overnight a a line line of of severe severe storms storms damaged damaged homes homes knocked knocked out out power power in in down down trees trees in in parts parts of of the the southern southern US US in in hazel hazel green green Alabama Alabama authorities authorities closed closed rose rose after after trees trees and and power power lines lines came came down down in in homes homes and and businesses businesses including including a a local local Walmart Walmart were were damaged damaged the the mayor mayor of of the the nearby nearby town town of of Triana Triana told told local local outlets outlets that that two two hundred hundred eighty eighty people people gathered gathered in in a a storm storm shelter shelter during during the the worst worst of of the the weather weather the the Madison Madison County County sheriff's sheriff's office office shared shared photos photos including including one one of of a a snapped snapped power power pole pole Kentucky Kentucky governor governor Andy Andy Beshear Beshear declared declared a a state state of of emergency emergency after after a a powerful powerful storm storm caused caused flash flash floods floods power power outages outages and and property property damage damage including including from from a a possible possible tornado tornado the the damage damage businesses businesses in in downtown downtown Hopkinsville Hopkinsville on on Saturday Saturday the the storm storm comes comes just just three three weeks weeks after after unusual unusual winter winter tornadoes tornadoes killed killed seventy seventy seven seven people people I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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The Other Black Girl

One Great Book

01:28 min | 1 year ago

The Other Black Girl

"I got my copy of the other black girl months before it came out as i often do. I started reading and through its pages. I got to wonder the halls of wagner books alongside black editorial assistant nella. Who's been there about two years at this point. I sat with her in her cubicle and listened in on the often-frustrating conversation she had with vera her white boss. I noted her ambition to become an editor herself following in the footsteps of her idol. The conic black editor kendra ray whittaker who edited the books of. Noah's all time favorite author. The incredible diana gordon author a burning heart. A book meant so much to her. And so many other young black girls kendra ray whittaker had once walked the halls of wagner books herself and now delegates to work there every day. Sure the pay isn't enough to live on and she puts up with a lot of crap. I mean so much crap. The way the microaggressions she endured portrayed in these pages is illuminating. But also it was noah's dream to walk these halls wagner is the hardest publishing house to get into in here. She is now she just has to work her way up. That's proving harder than she imagined. I held my breath when nellis spots another black girl and the halls of wagner a girl named hazel. Who's come to interview. Nella knows not to get her hopes up as she says she only believed that the higher ups at wagner had finally considered interviewing more diverse people when she saw it because over the last two years the only people who've been interviewed or hired were very specific people from a very specific box.

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"hazel" Discussed on Code Story

Code Story

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"hazel" Discussed on Code Story

"It's always been my sauce that we bill the thing that people wanna pay spoil and so when you very very early sort of king. What will people pay for a few dangles based on your industry knowledge about what that might be but you know the roadmap in twenty twenty one is. It's very much tied to what biggest customers are entrusted in and where they see the industry gardner where i see it going in collaboration with but i'm also thinking about what we very first started the company as a set you know. Going from search to reverse engineer tacking. There are lots of points at which you have to make a decision one way or the other and another solar. Almost misstep of mine is a remember. What the first question out with any customer smile. Aids sounds great. Does it were right. Because i just sold them magic beans and it sounds fantastic. Hey i can do all of this stuff sis question. They want to know his sound. Good does actually do the thing that you'll say so i was like greg. We gotta we gotta have some kind of demo on the website where people can get some very very quick proof of concepts and we were like. Okay what's throw the timing. Api let's away the people contest the api and they can find out that it works of. We've gone through this whole planet. We will yet and right at the point at which we will go live. I just said guys. I feel terrible about this button. I need to go back to one of our sort of poor insights. Which is if you were to draw a diagram of the oglala of music industry people who wanted product people who can coat. The overlap is almost zero. The music industry is not savvy develop a heavy industry and so i just suddenly went. The people were trying to prove this to industry people's namath. A code right at the last minute we pivoted to a coach free solution. What people can just load an mp three an instant the get the tags back soul that trust so we used our own api to build an interface and so there are many many a -tations like the swat. You have to make the uncomfortable decision of saying. I suddenly realized we're probably wrong. And i wanna lay industry insight into this for the reason intensive how you guide a product. You have to go back to what you know about the industry and you'll cori- sites and you also have to be sort of willing to question yourself and and and be wrong on on many

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Co-Founder of Musiio, Hazel Savage, on the Product Development Process

Code Story

02:34 min | 1 year ago

Co-Founder of Musiio, Hazel Savage, on the Product Development Process

"It's always been my sauce that we bill the thing that people wanna pay spoil and so when you very very early sort of king. What will people pay for a few dangles based on your industry knowledge about what that might be but you know the roadmap in twenty twenty one is. It's very much tied to what biggest customers are entrusted in and where they see the industry gardner where i see it going in collaboration with but i'm also thinking about what we very first started the company as a set you know. Going from search to reverse engineer tacking. There are lots of points at which you have to make a decision one way or the other and another solar. Almost misstep of mine is a remember. What the first question out with any customer smile. Aids sounds great. Does it were right. Because i just sold them magic beans and it sounds fantastic. Hey i can do all of this stuff sis question. They want to know his sound. Good does actually do the thing that you'll say so i was like greg. We gotta we gotta have some kind of demo on the website where people can get some very very quick proof of concepts and we were like. Okay what's throw the timing. Api let's away the people contest the api and they can find out that it works of. We've gone through this whole planet. We will yet and right at the point at which we will go live. I just said guys. I feel terrible about this button. I need to go back to one of our sort of poor insights. Which is if you were to draw a diagram of the oglala of music industry people who wanted product people who can coat. The overlap is almost zero. The music industry is not savvy develop a heavy industry and so i just suddenly went. The people were trying to prove this to industry people's namath. A code right at the last minute we pivoted to a coach free solution. What people can just load an mp three an instant the get the tags back soul that trust so we used our own api to build an interface and so there are many many a -tations like the swat. You have to make the uncomfortable decision of saying. I suddenly realized we're probably wrong. And i wanna lay industry insight into this for the reason intensive how you guide a product. You have to go back to what you know about the industry and you'll cori- sites and you also have to be sort of willing to question yourself and and and be wrong on on many

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Musiio Uses AI to Replicate Human Behavior When Choosing Music

Code Story

01:21 min | 1 year ago

Musiio Uses AI to Replicate Human Behavior When Choosing Music

"One of the first and it'll mini projects. Mvp's was we've been working together for about three months. I've got us access to about two hundred thousand tracks which part of the free music akai's yesterday and With the initial sex tracks we were able to build a very very early prototype where we would drop one track as like a seed track into the day to date and we would just ask the i to pull the most similar tracks like based on the fingerprints and i remember at the time anymore. Don't behind me the models. We have now milliseconds. I think we have to we to weigh Whole minutes to stay. Say the result so i think we sort of started running and went out for lunch and when we get back we found that we dropped in a kurt. Vile folk song is to see track the ten tracks the pullback the playlist what fantastic stuff that i've never found that not two hundred thousand base in a in a year listening i was like. Oh wow this really works like that. Did something better than i could have done. Much much shoulder side at that was that was really all that was proof that you know. Ai cumby just to be able to play list which is something. We've always considered a quiet quiet human behavior

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"hazel" Discussed on Code Story

Code Story

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"hazel" Discussed on Code Story

"Museum. This is code story. Podcast bringing you can reviews with tech visionaries who share in the critical of what it takes to change and industry and filled and lead a team. That has your back. I'm your host no lab part and today how hazel savage is paving the way to automated music tagging and search through the power with all this more on code story. Hazel savage is originally from northeast. england. She's played the guitar since she was thirteen and started out as a self taught player. Her first guitar was cherry. Red fender telecaster followed by fender cyclone. In a dan electrode recently she started getting more into collecting grabbing. A gibson goddess. For her collection. She used to play in an all girl punk band in london. Called jenkins outta. She worked part time at h m v. The record store stocking shelves putting cd's out and gaining an understanding of the music world from the perspective of a customer. I find it interesting that she doesn't miss the physical music products from her point of view. A large collection of cds can weigh a lot and are hard to move across the country after joining an incubator in singapore. She was paired up with her. Now co founder. who's deeply technical and well-versed in ai. Combined with her extensive knowledge of the music industry they set out to change the face of music and the fingerprints found inside it. This is the creation story of mucyo museum. Is i say. We're an oficial intelligence company for the music industry thursday in the know essentially what we are is processing company. It just so happens that the data that process is music and so it goes right back to what i was just talking about with the with directly store so i have to say when i was the the person putting the cds on the shelf on sunday night ready for sale on monday morning because staff ready when old enough to remember in the uk. Music was the sale at nine pm on monday morning. I would you know close to shock on sunday and then stay back those disks ready to ninety the next day and on a really busy week that baby you know five six. Maybe maybe ten cd singles push really quietly to three. You know depending on the week and that was it. That was new. Music like whilst stocking. The shelves like could have listened to pretty much all of it in its entirety. And then you know you look towards companies today. Such as you know spotify very vocal about the fact they have sixty thousand tracks being unloaded that platform as that's really the challenge that we address which will music that comes out on a daily basis. The needs to come out in a whole year ten years ago. How does the industry because music doing a great job of making more money in figuring out how to monetize streaming live where possible and merchandise opportunities. Physical retail was a set price in a in a very easily quantifiable amount. So now that. There's so much music. And i do think it's fantastic that pretty much anyone at home with that with a laptop kin creating release music. I think that's a fantastic advancement in technology. But how does the rest of the industry code streaming services. No they've got had a record labels salt through the demos that get sent to them which may be used to be a couple of hundred now. it's tens of thousands you know how do you sing companies. Who might want to say. Oh let's find a new team in for this fantastic netflix show. But now they have to set show database of two hundred thousand songs. How do you use official intelligence to create shortcuts and basically give tools to the people. We have in the industry. Though now coping with a much much logically amid content than they have ever happy. So i actually was working for another music tech startup in singapore and i got invited to entity four astounding. Debater called entrepreneur. I i e s is a an incubator based out of the uk originally but they've office is now. Toronto's singapore bangalore at paris. The lynn will thank you. Stay bring on individuals so they don't look festival of small companies to invest in. They look for individuals that they have potential. So i'm what they call into main expert. You know i've only ever in music specifically music cats for over ten years so the chances of me being able to build something in this space higher than the average person. Then chances for bait. And then my co-founder d. tackle. He's been a developer for august. Sixteen years and so they invite people like he not to join the program and when i did it in twenty eighteen hundred people in couple and every person that shows up is is to start a company and really from day. You have coffee with as many people as she can you. How chat with as many people as you. Can you find someone that you think yeah. Let's let's try working on something and so for me. That was myself. My co-founder our. He is very very deeply technical developer and then my experience of the music industry and using those forces combined is is how we came up with the idea and how we build a how we decided to build media up into the mvp. Let's jump into that first product. You bill tell me about what sort of tools used to bring it to life and how long it took to build. Obviously when the company has started it was just the two of us in a in a sort of a co working space that hob in the middle of singapore. It was me on the same thirteen inch macbook obsolescence years. And i am speaking to you right now. And my co-founder with pretty nifty gaming. It's a pretty high end. But he is on his gun through the et the processes quite quick passing essentially once. We'd workshops are idea once we call. Could you train essentially the initial goals. Just could you train. And a i listen to music from basis. You know we hadn't even thought about the industry pricing on a citation we just. Couldn't i replicate some tasks that human does while listening to music. So that was kind of says premise. And i remember the very first day you know. We just used to stay off his each other on our laptops me by industry friends. Lincoln seem at least all about this idea and him sort of experimenting with models as something previously build some he built from scratch and then just seeing what we could get in. I remember there was one particular sort of stat. Hey how's it going. What's an update and co-founder managed to replicate exactly the technology. So he'd been able to teach today to find an identical trap but was like that's that's great and not be cutting edge but that's pretty that's pretty so but interesting together in the morning radio shows for the last ten new but i remember reading clearly. You know one of the first and it'll.

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"hazel" Discussed on Code Story

Code Story

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"hazel" Discussed on Code Story

"Hazel savage is originally from northeast. england. She's played the guitar since she was thirteen and started out as a self taught player. Her first guitar was cherry. Red fender telecaster followed by fender cyclone. In a dan electrode recently she started getting more into collecting grabbing. A gibson goddess. For her collection. She used to play in an all girl punk band in london. Called jenkins outta. She worked part time at h m v. The record store stocking shelves putting cd's out and gaining an understanding of the music world from the perspective of a customer. I find it interesting that she doesn't miss the physical music products from her point of view. A large collection of cds can weigh a lot and are hard to move across the country after joining an incubator in singapore. She was paired up with her. Now co founder. who's deeply technical and well-versed in ai. Combined with her extensive knowledge of the music industry they set out to change the face of music and the fingerprints found inside it. This is the creation story of mucyo museum. Is i say. We're an oficial intelligence company for the music industry thursday in the know essentially what we are is processing company. It just so happens that the data that process is music and so it goes right back to what i was just talking about with the with directly store so i have to say when i was the the person putting the cds on the shelf on sunday night ready for sale on monday morning because staff ready when old enough to remember in the uk. Music was the sale at nine pm on monday morning. I would you know close to shock on sunday and then stay back those disks ready to ninety the next day and on a really busy week that baby you know five six. Maybe maybe ten cd singles push really quietly to three. You know depending on the week and that was it. That was new. Music like whilst stocking. The shelves like could have listened to pretty much all of it in its entirety. And then you know you look towards companies today. Such as you know spotify very vocal about the fact they have sixty thousand tracks being unloaded that platform as that's really the challenge that we address which will music that comes out on a daily basis. The needs to come out in a whole year ten years ago. How does the industry because music doing a great job of making more money in figuring out how to monetize streaming live where possible and merchandise opportunities. Physical retail was a set price in a in a very easily quantifiable amount. So now that. There's so much music. And i do think it's fantastic that pretty much anyone at home with that with a laptop kin creating release music. I think that's a fantastic advancement in technology. But how does the rest of the industry code streaming services. No they've got had a record labels salt through the demos that get sent to them which may be used to be a couple of hundred now. it's tens of thousands

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Musiio CEO Hazel Savage on How AI Can Change Music Data Processing

Code Story

03:02 min | 1 year ago

Musiio CEO Hazel Savage on How AI Can Change Music Data Processing

"Hazel savage is originally from northeast. england. She's played the guitar since she was thirteen and started out as a self taught player. Her first guitar was cherry. Red fender telecaster followed by fender cyclone. In a dan electrode recently she started getting more into collecting grabbing. A gibson goddess. For her collection. She used to play in an all girl punk band in london. Called jenkins outta. She worked part time at h m v. The record store stocking shelves putting cd's out and gaining an understanding of the music world from the perspective of a customer. I find it interesting that she doesn't miss the physical music products from her point of view. A large collection of cds can weigh a lot and are hard to move across the country after joining an incubator in singapore. She was paired up with her. Now co founder. who's deeply technical and well-versed in ai. Combined with her extensive knowledge of the music industry they set out to change the face of music and the fingerprints found inside it. This is the creation story of mucyo museum. Is i say. We're an oficial intelligence company for the music industry thursday in the know essentially what we are is processing company. It just so happens that the data that process is music and so it goes right back to what i was just talking about with the with directly store so i have to say when i was the the person putting the cds on the shelf on sunday night ready for sale on monday morning because staff ready when old enough to remember in the uk. Music was the sale at nine pm on monday morning. I would you know close to shock on sunday and then stay back those disks ready to ninety the next day and on a really busy week that baby you know five six. Maybe maybe ten cd singles push really quietly to three. You know depending on the week and that was it. That was new. Music like whilst stocking. The shelves like could have listened to pretty much all of it in its entirety. And then you know you look towards companies today. Such as you know spotify very vocal about the fact they have sixty thousand tracks being unloaded that platform as that's really the challenge that we address which will music that comes out on a daily basis. The needs to come out in a whole year ten years ago. How does the industry because music doing a great job of making more money in figuring out how to monetize streaming live where possible and merchandise opportunities. Physical retail was a set price in a in a very easily quantifiable amount. So now that. There's so much music. And i do think it's fantastic that pretty much anyone at home with that with a laptop kin creating release music. I think that's a fantastic advancement in technology. But how does the rest of the industry code streaming services. No they've got had a record labels salt through the demos that get sent to them which may be used to be a couple of hundred now. it's tens of thousands

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How To Thrive In Your Relationship When You Have Kids

Relationship Advice

02:25 min | 1 year ago

How To Thrive In Your Relationship When You Have Kids

"Today. We are going to dive in and talk about how to balance being a parent and having a great relationship in we in the pre show we said how to be a great parent and have a great relationship but those just seem like super high expectations to do to do both of those but we want to try so today. We're going to dive in to that topic so we are more than happy to have. Our guest share personal stories. We talk a little bit about the fact that you guys have a five year old. Maybe if you're okay with it you could share how you navigate your relationship and being parents you know. It's a great question. And just you know. Sorta cut to the chase chase. Sorry my sense but the bottom line. I'll say it that way. The bottle of line for us is parenting. Really what we've noticed with. Our students is a parenting tends to dollar when when a couple has kids in the child leads to serve. Aw damn the child or children take up a ton of energy time. And karen's over well or badly they do as parents they just love their children and so it just kind of dollar rates so and then all send the you know. The relationship falls to the side so the bottom line russell really prioritize the relationship as that romantic relationship between adults as sacrilegious as that might sound just because the skew is in the other direction so strong and our experiences that really helps the child. A child see patrol has modeled for them of greats romantic relationship between the adults the other day aden our son and i were hanging out in the living room and airline came upstairs. He had been hurting somebody downstairs in our coaching space. He came up and aaron came over to me and hugged and kissed. Hello i looked over and saw aden's big is got these big hazel eyes looking up at us and smiling and this was this vi- of like comfort and happiness

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"hazel" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"hazel" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"And now even if you have kids in the bible belt or something who are more exposed to right wing propaganda. Left-wing propaganda it seems to have been gutted of the ideology. And i really wonder. If you've got thoughts or strategies on reigniting that passion phraseology had how to people who may be aren't as well read or well educated as you. Yes humanity if you can get people to actually sit down and have a conversation with your libertarian asses. Like that's the biggest challenge is like. Hey i'm not crazy. I believe in your rights. I believe in everyone. Your rights even the ones that are listed in the bill of rights. The right to travel the right of association. The right to you know not only self-defence but to preserve your life liberty and property like if you can make that connection like okay. Wait a second. Like i heard you guys. Were kind of republican encounter in kind of liberal and now man. That's not us at all right. So h- how is it best staying on. What's in the new cycle first and foremost if you can say what's on the new cycle and people have ideas about those things and you can introduce idea through humanity. Open up their eyes. Because what's that old saying that i always butcher. It's you know you can convincing people of the biggest farces in history as far easier than people that they've been duped right. So if you can lead with how you were duped and then you know. Start back at like five years old with the compulsory murder indoctrination camps that you went to tell you eighteen and then people go. I went to right. Yeah i remember. Fourteen ninety to sail the ocean. Blue like come on man like you. We know this isn't history and we know this. is this whitewash version. So as soon as you have that hook in maine right like that you you find that commonality like find commonality bleed into people with your humanity and get back to the core principles and i think i was thirty something years old before i said are what am i principles like. What what do i stand for. What will i be consistent across the board for my entire life. And i it was peace liberty and free markets and i had to boil down free markets. Once i just realized he's liberty and consent right so once you start to talk about these kind of things. I've found inroads. If i can get that toe in the door think about how long it took you to really become a full-fledged anarchist right. It was hard to swallow a of pills. I don't care if it was the constitution. I don't care if it was the american flag and the pledge of allegiance or the chief is. I don't care what it was told you in the murder dr nation camps like you had to swallow some really really hard pills over time an all. You're looking for in these. Initial encounters is not a full fledged. Hey man i'm libertarian. It's we read a book. We listened to like this. Because if you like this thing that i'm talking about i've got a world for you that you've never heard by design and at that point. You know it's a question. You validated somebody's existence. Because you're willing to listen to them if you're using the socratic method and you can ask questions. There's a two way street there right because in in so many you know what i see..

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"hazel" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"hazel" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"Because we are occupied by this force. This this i would say an occupying force this post constitutional government clamps legitimacy. They are occupying our land so we actually have to fight them in on their turf. I hate to say it in the halls of power to make sure that we we hold the line and don't give up gun rights or rights to have chickens. I mean that's our rights to home. School so i feel like your holistic approach of parenting and life is a natural is a national to include fighting that fight. Not not just the fight with soil and your self-defense. But that fight in the civilization the world were of laws. I think it's very national. And i feel like it speaks to kind of the personality that i've seen. You demonstrates our in those campaigns cut out a little bit of your question i think i got most of it The the idea that you like when you said like how do you find time like i. Just don't sleep a ton right like i'm always like i. I work like just whether it's whether it's on this whether it's real work whether it's family work whether it's home setting like man by the time the end of the day comes around. I'm done the idea that you have to go out and make contact in your civilization your society your your your little home rate with the people who are executives. Which i think is really the key like i moved this cherokee county up here in north georgia and the first thing i did was like a off shera. I'm shane hazel. And you know this is. This is what i'm about. This is what i'm doing. Maybe you've heard of. Maybe not and i don't care like there are some things that are going to go on appear. I'm out of the way. I'm not hurting anybody. I'm not taking their stuff. This is what i expect out of us. Sheriff and so it's basically go out and start meeting people at least introduce yourself show him that. You're a human being like. Hey man like. I just want good for this community..

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"hazel" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"hazel" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"Welcome to the propaganda report. I'm monica perez. And with me today. Is shane hazel. The famous and infamous libertarian candidate for senate and georgia and twenty twenty and the future candidate for georgia governor when brian camps or stacey abrams if you like imaginary world jerem is up in two thousand twenty three shane a former marine and former neo conservatives. Who now dedicates his life to libertarian activism and a very excited to welcome to the show hi shane. Thank you for being here. Monica is such a giddy. man. I i. i can't tell you how i am to be invited on your show. Seriously thank you so much. It's my pleasure. And i know it's because you like to think and exchange ideas and that is why i'm really excited to talk to you too and i before we dive in because i've got some like i want to pick your brain and just see what your thoughts are on some deeper issues. But before that. I think maybe if you could give us a little bit of a recap of you know not at length but just what you are kind of. What got you here to where you are. And as at as a political activist who wants voluntary society and there you are on the stage debating. Democrats and republicans in arguably the most important race in the country. And then getting the blame by these clowns that your the reason either of them you even did. What your even. If even either view as scribe to subscribe to your own parties ideologies as florida's they art. Even if you just stuck to that it wouldn't be a razor thin but anyway so give us a little bit of how you got here and then we're going to say where do we go from. Here boy libertarian. Is is one of those things that just each until you're just so motivated you gotta go do something right boy Let's see where. Where should we start. I'll let you the abbreviated version. I think most people know my marine corps history and Special operations all that fun stuff and so Ran as a republican was stabbed in the back of multitude of times by the gop at every level. There was saw that there was absolutely no salvation for these people in that giant machine failing mid rather just running into the ground so i left Got in touch with michael heiss and ryan grim down here in georgia. Who both convinced me that. I was a libertarian. I was wasting my time. Where the gop and said. Why don't you come over here and do something real and so i said yeah man cool. I don't think we're gonna win anything. But i think we could probably You know changed course a little bit. And so i did and showed up at the Libertarian convention down here in february of twenty twenty and then hey why don't you be the senate candidate really we're just gonna come test the waters at the. Us senate candidate non so yeah. I guess i knew it was going to be super important election. I will tell you. You know ryan graham said hey man. I've seen what you've done and in terms of republican the gop with with At the time podcast was the rebellion and now radical and is like if you put in half the effort in to a senate run..

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"hazel" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"hazel" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"Ways not all but in some ways i can relate to that you know like i also have complaints about the current culture that we live in but there was no pendulums swing back right when donald trump got in. We swung way further left. I mean it's literally he was. He did nothing except act as the best fundraising tool and organizer our for all of the crazy progressives who supposedly was fighting against and then got a guy who never could have been elected president. Who's tried three times and got like one percent of the vote or something like that and he's a now so what. I'm supposed to just shut up so that we can keep that game going. I'd say i'll i'm happy to spoil it for them absolutely and you should be happy. I mean i'm going to do it here in twenty twenty two again. I'm going to run for governor down. I'm going to seek the libertarian. Nomination for governor down here in this type of environment brian kemp. Our governor just went down to the gop convention and got booed almost out of the room booth when he took the stage you know. They've got his former democrat trump guy who's gonna primary him along with you know some you know bible beater sweetheart down here and it's like oh you guys have no idea what's coming you didn't learn your lesson with david purdue. Well you're gonna learn your lesson real quick with here with this one in democrats. I'll tell you what they're not immune to this either. Because when when we look at stacey abrams or kisha bottoms or whatever her name is down here that are thinking about it man. We're going to appeal. You guys off with all sorts of reform in the criminal justice fields. Yeah hell yemen. Well i can't wait. I can't wait to watch it. I'm looking forward to it Dude we gotta rap but thank you so much. Shane hazel everybody. Go follow him. Anything you want to plug your show is radical your twitter handle anything like that. Radical dot com. Shane t hazel on twitter. That's it man. Dave really pleasure bucket list stuff for me man big fan. Thank you so much in Keep killing it out with you. Absolutely i appreciate that brother will. We'll do it again real soon. All right thanks everybody for listening catch next time piece..

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"hazel" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"hazel" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"I don't know you. Wherever through history something clicks something changes dramatically in. It gets whitewash through history. But this is that time like this this time you know it comes round like two hundred and forty something years. Eighteen sixty was it. I don't think you know the nineteen forties where it. I don't think those times were it. I don't think nineteen thirteen. Was it this. However there is a conscience in a remnant right now that is on fire and just like enough is enough man. This is not gonna progress. Pass me and my generation. It's time to take a stand like i. That's the thing is you got it in the thing is. You've got the power with it because look at look at the last year of right if we look at this this what's happened. In terms of the face of tyranny. We've had an entire year. Where most people especially from the libertarian side. Have said peace peace peace and then patient. Even most of america has been patient. And what is done. It's paid off and giving us time and space so that we can have a correction. You know. Texas is open. Georgia's open florida's open places are opening up all over the place right now and we have an opportunity to say okay. What's never ever let this happen again. Yours how no. I think you're absolutely right. You know i was saying on the last episode. That as i'm watching right now as the whole narrative is is collapsing. And really something like now. That audi is kind of it seems being thrown to the wolves like in the same way. That cuomo was the hero and then he was thrown under the bus now. She's getting thrown under the bus. And i go the only thing. I can really compare this to in my life. Are the war in iraq that propaganda just all fell to pieces and the trump russia hoax when that all fell to pieces and those were big. I mean they were huge. Huge stories in the warren rack was a huge thing. Particularly for you know people like it was really big thing Snuff the truth. Is that most of america was fairly removed from the consequences of that war. I mean yes the indirectly. Yes okay the housing bubble was fueled by keeping interest rates. Low and all these things but they don't put that together really But now and there's a lot of americans out there who do have family members who were just died or were never the same when they came back and stuff but that's still only a small percentage. Because you know we all figured out this system where we don't have conscription army. We just have this kind of we just bribe in propagandize group of brave young men to go do the fighting but so that collapsed. And did you know i mean it. Had effects destroyed the republican party. I mean without that collapsing. You don't have. Donald trump take over. The republican party were profound effects. The russia thing collapsing did have some profound effects but this collapsing is different. Because this locked. Americans in their homes. This destroyed tens of millions people's careers their jobs millions of children falling behind like this this this collapsing right now gives us an opportunity that we've never had before in my life to really insert our answers into the conversation like hey look what we did over this last year. This is y as you said. We never do this again. We never do this again. We gave up every ounce of freedom and they were dead wrong and more than being dead wrong. They they knew. They knew that they were wrong. They knew from the entire time that there's probably came out of a lab that it was their research that was that was you know funding or their funding their research. That was doing it. They knew that masking was bullshit. They knew all of they new kids didn't get the virus and now it's coming out more and more. I mean there's no way they didn't. They knew the lockdowns weren't fucking working near the lockdowns weren't working. You know the bigger point is like all right. What was it right and we can answer that for him. This was an economic meltdown. You know this was bubbles bursting inside of bubbles and you know the the idea that okay. We're going to manage this by keeping everybody in place and not letting our tax cattle roam about outside of maybe their own state room country things like that where we can sit there and go guys. It doesn't matter who was the president. It doesn't matter if it was bush or clinton or bush again or it doesn't matter all this shit was fortuitous. We've been saying this for over fifty years as the lp. Now's the time to drag out that fifty year record of being libertarian. And go look. We were saying here. We were saying it here. We were saying here. Were were telling you now. It will continue to get worse than more. Bandaids more crack that you pour into a crackhead the next relapse bigger. It's going to be worse than this one. And so i don't know man. There's some things out there that i'm excited about like some blockchain tech across not only you know things like bitcoin but like social media and all that kind of stuff that i see is kind of a tool for us and this really interesting. Time to sit there and go. Hey guys look look over here. Let's do some education and at same time pointing towards some solutions. Yeah yeah no absolutely and it's like it it's a it's a scary time but it's an exciting time but you're you're right. I mean when you when you see the bubble that they're trying to reinforce this old be beaten down worn down balloon that they're trying and now they have to pump so much air into it. I was reading just earlier today. What is it like that. Twenty two percent of the money. That's being exchanged right now was created in twenty twenty like it's unbelievable. I mean this isn't even like this isn't even comparable to the job that they tried in two thousand eight to reinforce this bubble. This is just all a complete house of cards. At this point that is that has to Come come crashing down so we gotta be kinda ready for this This next Moment and like as you said before you know especially for those of us who got kids we really got no other option than to really. Try our best to to push this whole country in the right direction because this is unsustainable. It's going very bad direction. And i think that's. I don't think anyone disagrees with that. At this point everyone knows this is unsustainable and going in a bad direction every crazy far left crazy right all the way in between they may have different villains and blame it on different people but everyone knows this thing is is falling apart and we. Libertarians are like the only ones really have the answers. Yeah and the thing is you're all these criticisms we'll get. Well what about this. What about this. you're an anarchist or your amid. Arcus how are we going to provide for things. Well what about trash on the side of the road. You're like this all exists in your paradigm. Now what you're doing is pointing out the failures of this government. This murder coal apparatus. That's infected our lives forever. What we don't understand what we haven't tried tried is real liberty in real freedom..

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"hazel" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"hazel" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"Like. I know what it is to go into real blue collar redneck areas and tell jokes about jesus and i know what it is to go into colleges and tell jokes about race. I'm telling you. I've lived this experience for various right. Your thing and this is the reality of it but anyway it's just it's it's it's interesting to to watch that whole dynamic clout and again the thing that i find so you know revealing about it is just that it's like if you do care so much you're so much you know more empathetic than the rest of us. You care about minorities you know. But you're willing to let people who supported the mass murderer campaigns against minorities slide that seems or even you'll say you don't let them slide but you know if they're on the ballot you'll campaign for mule. Vote for him if someone else campaigned voted for him. That's not a reason to be ostracized. That's just like hey you know. We had a difference of opinion. I think you got that wrong. But this this you know conversation with nick as this is way beyond the pale like. I'm sorry if i if you look at things that way. You don't get to claim any moral high ground in terms of like your empathy for the downtrodden. Your jokes and your your your air in who you associate with now we. We can't do this kind of stuff. They're never gonna take seriously in the beltway. Kiss what we should stop trying to be like those guys you you think you want the the the murder colts you know. I don't know blessing. You're never gonna get it like the think you're ever going to get. It is like being the gop where even when you are in power. You fucking fail right like. Don't try to be like the gop. Don't try to be like the dnc. Don't try to fit into their social circles. Destroy them and the thing is is a perfect segue in terms of like being sarcastic. Be vulgar telling jokes about whatever race or i like. I don't care about any of that kind of stuff. I left my azoff. When i see guys like chapelle or rogin or any of these other guys say these things when obviously brings a lot of us together. It makes us laugh. We find commonality. We learn how to laugh at ourselves and it opens the door to sit there to these people who are in the beltway. You know with their their ivory towers sit there and say hey man if you're offended by language and who were hanging out with in my jokes. Let me show you something over here. These guys are slaughtering. Millions of people. Wanna be outraged. Let's do this. Yeah right compare. This is what. I'm outraged by. That's what you're outraged by. What's more reasonable that you know. I said this on malices show. I think a couple of months ago but to me. I go and i understand not everybody likes the blue pill. Red pill analogy not. Everyone likes the cathedral term and stuff like that that we throw around a lot. But is that what we're talking about with the blue pill. Red pill sec i go this to me is the perfect blue pill verse red pill take on the situation and i understand where if you're the blue pill crowd. This is some of the ones who are honest actors. This is a plausible thing that you could that you could believe that you go. Well look if the entire corporate press is going to demonize us if we say x. or associate with why then we're going to be screwed because they're all gonna make us out to they're gonna call us all nazis and some people believe them and so we got a not do any of the things that could make us be called racist sexist homophobic zena phobic all the transphobic. You know down the list right. That's the blue pill. Take and i understand where it's plausible on some surface level. The red pill take is if we are ever a threat to the power source. It is a guarantee that we will be called racist. Sexist xenophobic dot. All of these things look bernie. Sanders bent over backward to appease the crowd. He wasn't an old school. He was like an old school socialist. He didn't know what the fuck this shit was. Black lives matter. No the the issue is he goes. The issue is poverty and they're like what that is so raise me goes. I mean the issue was race. I don't know what is soon as he was a threat to power. What did they call his supporters nazis. That's right now. You wish guy. Running for president was all supported by a bunch of nazis. If libertarians are ever seriously a threat to the power structure. You will be demonized as much as anyone can possibly be demonized. So i'm not saying be stupid but just don't don't care about it say the truth you feel free to say whatever you want to say. Because they're going to demonize us anyway and we're not in this for respectability from the establishment. We hate the establishment. We don't respect them. Yeah i mean when you say nazi when brennan coming out and go oh yeah. These guys are domestic terrorist. Right or white supremacists. They're already doing it. Because places like the meat cutting the mesa's caucus are absolutely gaining tons and tons of traction right now and they may not report it but i'll they see it man. I'll tell you you know as a guy who's been in to federal campaigns as somebody who's talking about liberty. Let me tell you the first thing that were going to do is try to ignore you as much as possible. And if they ever do mentioned you it's going to be some you know one line bullshit type of statement where they either smear you or they attack you or they misrepresent you like. That's how it's going to be the entire time and you better. You better have something to combat that kinda shit like i don't know your own show your own your own. I don't know network whatever it is like. You've got to be your own boss. You've got to come out as unfiltered as possible. Not looking for their appointment yet respected me. I don't have any respect for these people. Not not one day amounts of it. Yeah yeah amen so back to your a story a little bit. When did you join the libertarian party. Actually joined the libertarian party. Back in twenty fifteen. And then. I kind of watched what was unfolding before my eyes for twenty six like guys. I can't fuck and do this. And then the guy at the helm you know like. I can't do it. I'd like that was it was. It was one of those things where i was like intel. This gets resolved right. And i mean i went back and forth with leadership here in georgia at the time. And if you don't like it get involved. And i was like okay. Let me let me try this. And you thing is with be part of a group you know as you know special ops and all that fun stuff you have some tricks in your bag right and i thought i'll go into the gop. And i'll use all my as warfare. All use psi ops. I'll use everything and anything that i can to disrupt. What's going on at a time. I mean you as a as a guy that the constitution inside out. I could point to everything that my current representative was doing wrong. What his constitutional score was which was down in the fifties. And so i'm sitting there trying to tell the gop like look man. This guy doesn't give a shit about your rights. He definitely doesn't give a shit about the constitution. And i can prove it to you. And i did and the gop at the district level and the county level and even you know beneath those guys were all like stabbing in the back. They were changing dates in terms of debates cancelling debates trying to give this guy as much shade as possible from actually having a you know a a real discussion is kind of where i started thinking about doing a podcast and so man. That's i i saw from the inside. I looked at the saying. I said this thing is a mammoth. It's a beast. Your conversation with though like those are nice guy Bishop and he's he's a good dude and all that stuff but you know he's he's talking about going off your back..

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94-Year-Old Alabama Woman Honored With High School Diploma

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00:58 sec | 1 year ago

94-Year-Old Alabama Woman Honored With High School Diploma

"Your money now. For what it's worth. I'm Sherry Preston nearly 80 years ago, Grace Lee McClure Smith had to drop out of school in Alabama at just 16 years old when her husband went off to war. She never ever mention regretting anything in life. You know, she would never take it back. But her granddaughter, Erin Wilson, says she did leave something undone. Her education Instead of now, 94 year old went to work, eventually becoming a school bus driver in Madison County for 30 years. She drove me actually on the school bus. So I rode with her to and from school, and she always encouraged me to go to school. Make sure I finished school. And now she encourages my girls. And now Grace has finished what she started so many years ago, Hazel Green High School in Madison County, awarding her a high school diploma this week. And so the last word words of wisdom for all of us goes to the new high school grab. Am so grateful. Thank you so much. Better life than ever

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Pet Resorts, Dog Walking Services Bounce Back From COVID-19 Slowdown

The Indicator from Planet Money

01:10 min | 1 year ago

Pet Resorts, Dog Walking Services Bounce Back From COVID-19 Slowdown

"About pet sitters pet sitters are in high to man. These days as people are traveling more and that is just one example of the way the service economy is bouncing back as people start to emerge from their pandemic lockdowns. Tsa checkpoints screening five or six times as many people as they were a year ago. And of course that means more business for airlines for rental cars for hotels and pet sitters. Yeah i thought about that myself recently. When i went home to colorado's you my ninety two year old dad for the first time in over a year ribs anneli stayed behind in washington where i have a very good pet sitter but a gummy thinking about another pet sitter. I know beverly pickering. Beverly lives in hazel park michigan. Just outside of detroit. She has gone from having practically no customers during the pandemic to suddenly having more work than she knows what to do with. I don't know any pet sitter. That isn't overwhelmed right now and smiling about it. It's so exciting to be working again. We confirm that with the national association of professional pet sitters that snaps for short they say businesses looking up after a long dry spell

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Thirsty: A Sheriff James Roberts story from the Wild West

Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Thirsty: A Sheriff James Roberts story from the Wild West

"For a halfway full canteen. The song came to the sheriff's suddenly scoured free by the sandy fever. In his head he'd been in the desert for a week now. He was sunburned. Wind burned hungry tired and more but none of that was the real problem. No the real problem was this sheriff. James roberts was thirsty. It had always been a small word thirsty. Strictly a lower case t word thirsty was how he felt after a hard day of riding in the sun thirsty was how he felt when he woke up in the morning to a dry and dusty mouth thirsty could be fixed by a ladle of cool water from the pump. This was different. This was more than thirsty. This was thirst. This was the deep primal aac. It left his throat hot and painful. His lips cracked like an old scab three days three dry agonizing days. That's how long it had been since he'd had a drink. Even that was barely a sip. Just the warm dregs of his canteen. Now he found himself in the middle of the brand of brow desert alone with nothing but the buzzards for company and not so much as a mouthful to drink. Oh it had all started well enough. Len bradford and his bandits had come to hazel thinking. They'd find an easy target in the small town bank instead. They'd found sheriff. James roberts and three. Us rangers ready and waiting. Most of the bandits were arrested without drawing their weapons but len and his brothers had escaped through a second story window and high tailed it for the desert.

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"hazel" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show

The Ham Radio Show

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"hazel" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show

"That's a classic. That's my my watt radio today. Nasdaq dick shavers. And that was the original. Ad's pushing seen by me. I just got jealous. Because corona corona was such a great song so we need to do more songs in the show. So we got to bring back some oldies but the goodies. And then we'll have some news rigging because he can actually fucking sing as you can tell. I couldn't do calm. I do different version of that song. You do that. One thing that was talking about even the coronas on wasn't saying wait still say she'll sing here. It's musical it's nice. We didn't new york song. Sammy voice got my special. Thank you to not only the russian tea room even like the food was a. We didn't special. I wanna do a special shoutout to the great people and christian Who are on the staff of the carnegie club. That's where you see all those pictures of me. Smoking ago girlfriend of manda. It is located at one fifty six west fifty sixth street between six and seven avenues. I new york city. Please call them up to one two nine five seven nine six seven six. It's small plates find cigars classic cocktails its business casual so just show up. Don't dress like a fucking slob. Bill you can never be your name alone on the sidewalk in front of the was. The food varies this little finger food. There's something by law may have food as your smoke in your drinking august to be open. They have to serve food. They have food. That's the that's the way works in the one of a world of zero there in we had some nuts ourselves of finger things with sabi nuts. Nuts later in her mouth. I'm talking about my genitals. Any at least were finally on the same page. I the the carnegie club directly adjacent to the andrew carnegie hall quite frankly a. It's a great place. I know i can definitely see like going to show a carnegie hall and then having a late night. Drink smoking a cigar. I mean we should all go together. The boys of the ham radio show should have nine out. We go to the carnegie club. We smokes cigars. Shut the fuck up. Joey inviting you could smoke pot and then get thrown out. Its new york city. it's not like get a prescription. Oh thank god. You have glaucoma yet. I'll try fucking possible. They get it by like a month. They give it to you in pools donald pills. There's no pills. I only like pills. God dammit think to me. It was great. She even had a cigar. I it was great. So yeah know. Joe wanted to talk about it. But there's only combines the went so fast a lot lotta shit arms as usual but we did a lot of talking about wrestling mean billy goat tag him against magic and his son. Don't like i forgot about that. I maybe didn't want you to know and we talked about sex robots. We talked to hazel more ricky. Got a fucking porno soundtrack. Going on there I'll talk about you on edge the last couple of minutes. This show is yours. You ask me any questions go. Oh we're taking questions. Now is the time you have a question number taking place surprised. You'll have it all play that way. I had it all play now but she was surprised at the lack of love for the russian tea room. She was surprised however you get a couple of good shots in there but she was more happy with the carnegie club. Proving the my girlfriend is better than your girlfriend league. Potatoes and t room. I had chicken kiev which i enjoyed She didn't have entree because she didn't want anything. We got a bunch of little things. I had a caviar sampler. We did Some cucumbers and a cream sauce. That was very nice sallied. Hope oranges stuff. Very rush. rush rush through. Yes joy up at the little hats and they come out with bears on unicycles fucking amazing you rented limo. I know. I rented a car not in a limo anything we needed a limo. I think it's a little too ostentatious we handed driver because because quite frankly they wanna fuck in drive myself because much money in the city to park. I wanted to empty right now. I wanted to get shit faced. Facetime a girlfriend. That's fucking great. Amanda got nice and lit. That was wonderful and then we also have having a driving home. We also made the driver stop and bodega a white castle. I wish she wasn't a vegetarian. I swear to god. I had a sack of sliders like we went into a. I got a bacon egg and cheese. There's nothing worse but in the so-called booze like a jesus. She got a grilled cheese tomato. We bought lot of odds and ends at the fucking data. Got back in the car. He drove the wrested away home. Boom boom boom back in the house. And then we're making sweet sweet little. After i fed can make love drunk buck. No no no. We made sweet sweet love. Everybody moved a little slower than usual so it was the other russia. You spent six hundred dollars for two people. Go to their forty eight cents. She was more happy. Got damaged more happy. And i love her for a now crystal at night. So right which you know. We hadn't had everybody. I know free speech is never silence. Always speak the fuck up. Remember if you're gonna fuck that chicken made sure it's not at the russian tea room because that chicken stew salting. Let's roll data and get the better chicken. I still assists next week. My friends that on and special thanks to hazel. More your fucking hot delaitre later. Wait the ham radio show production of the unfiltered radio network and broadcasts live from the bunker studios in new york every wednesday night from seven pm eastern standard time. Right here on a network dot com material heard on a ham. Radio show is copyrighted by the ham. Radio show some material may be copyrighted by respective owners. Any reproduction rebroadcast. Re transmission of the ham. Radio shows material without the written consent of ham. Radio affiliates is strictly prohibited. And if you don't understand all that legal mumbo jumbo his billy to explain it to you in not so technical terms has..

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"hazel" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show

The Ham Radio Show

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"hazel" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show

"Radio payment parent. We know you're not going to the movies. Why aren't you go on the interwebs in your fingers do the talking and go to dallas novelty dot com. That's why dallas novelty dot com were. Sex is amply body while you're there while you're perusing the websites and all that good stuff take the and award winning ciphered itself at check out all the deals that you can get right there and drop its one and only dallas county. Doctor do me a favor. Now sit back. Relax get ready for the hollywood rock and ramp up right here on the ham radio. Show come on sir. It's the hollywood rock and wrap up with your host. Jason hadley rapper. Nba youngblood ditched his car during a traffic. Stop to evade los angeles. Police officers with is two thousand and twenty release top peaking at number one on the billboard. Two hundred you can download nba youngblood two thousand and twenty one record at www dot lapd online dot org forward slash records forward slash arrest summaries. Kylie jenner went on the defensive backpedaling. On why the youngest billionaire in the world only kicked in five thousand dollars for her former makeup artists. Sixty thousand dollar emergency surgery because if there was one time your makeup artists can make you look really good. Documenting her recovery from drug addiction on her latest. Tlc reality show mama. June shannon explains the sixty pounds. She gained since her weight loss. Reality show was all done in a healthy way despite being the first person to smoke brisket in a glass pipe. And that's the hollywood rock and rapa follow us on twitter at rockin. Rapa live from the wgn. Newsroom it's what the fuck action views i right. That will live. Fucking thank suck. Why because we came in of news is brought to you by this fucking computer. That's right you can have this fucking computer for thirty four ninety five. Go to this book computer. Yeah markup when things don't wanna work i get a little bit testy of this fucking this dot org. Please get it from david. Computer computers named we named him. Phil don't ask. Why just fucking let it happen. I've things work. Its way out. Or phil i know. He's a fucking drunk and this computer needs to be drowned. Billy no shaman. that pits. it's time for the story in the wbz news so meaty. Okay billy what. I got to bring this to your attention. You're talking sex dolls. Could be here in the next ten years insiders walking and talking and fucking sex dolls could be here within the next ten years insiders and engineers in the sex industry you know then they hang out with billy latin. That's why i put it up saying that these dowels we'll be able to walk and talk and feel sensations as well as emotions within the next ten years could make peas and rice and oxtail. He might be able to go down. Here was a red stripe beer and in fucking enjoy it anyway. Say how much they're gonna cost a leg groupon saving now these days. The dogs can smile moan and hold conversations about the goal is the have them walk around and feel sensation and respond. We're realistic voices. Now let me point out one thing. This is why we're going to be one step closer to this. And you know the fuck i'm talking about. Now what is it you tell me. Ladies and gentlemen once the sex robots takeover you have to realize one thing era that's how they're gonna enslave humanity when i don't care when sky net gives them the signal joe they're gonna take their fucking laser labia. Oh cut your dicks right off the bobbitt's at the scary. Whether wanted doll short. Ask dick a sudden. Why go bad could happen to exactly where they probably going to be. Rubbers and insulator matter. They're still medal inside of bioengineered skin on the outside. Joe hit with a lot of mangku dixon. The up what if what if our own slick stir goes the liquor booty hole on his six. That's the whole thing. Retracts it locks. It's fucking brown ordering around his delicate tone he the robots payroll buys asshole. What the fuck is out of that is deployed electric plug. It'll be the charge it up again. Even have the driving around a tesla. And you bring into the seven eleven. Just plug into the old coot. Tried and then she'll glow and you'll know that your fool we have. We have shortages on and materials to make batteries for the caused future. Yes currently but six hundred because they need to be biggest saladin cost more than the is probably the only you know why not another i think. Twenty thousand dollars for good. I mean this. It's gonna last forever. Discussing how joe stairs in. Cut your wife and check for twenty grand more than let me tell. You could be a check with me boy. Now one thing the only problem with these sex robots is that she now use that because their gender newsroom whatever she squirts during sex. It's going to be ten. W thirty motorola and the bright side though is that you know instead of lou you can just use a candidate. Wd forty and you get right in there and you can fuck your brains out. So joe's me pay twenty grand to fuck this essentially just a a light right rent like real real you. You can't tell the different kinda real like twilight zone. Real tight twilight zone around visit. Joe joe joe listen. Here's why joe 'cause you're the gum. Fuck fuck god damn sex robots. You know but you'll have to right. The people won't look to me. 'cause you have the perfect thing and you can't tell the difference you know it's like me. I would've chinese gibson really if the place great. It's like a real gibson. It's great are you comparing these kind of show to a chinese gibson will while trying to say. Is it not the real thing you could fall in love with it. You know i if you that's want to do they'll do. It'll be your purpose thing. Why did he real one. The forget a changing all sex robots. Please back to get all excuse me. Excuse me attention on central robots. Please look at the screen. Now on the ham radio show please check it out and the ham kam seek and destroy this image seek and destroy this image right here because he's trying to bring down. America could society at large recalled getting his ass. Penis sucked accuracy with equivalent. Bill mutable lobbies girls. That'd be buying all you better believe every chip into sit dying down. They go in there as it. I i am viagra. Dot dick though. That's a problem but the guy to get it real. It's gotta be alex.

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"hazel" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show

The Ham Radio Show

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"hazel" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show

"Your house cock better what happens you have a kid you have popcorn. You have katie. They get their figures started a wipe everything not doing it on purpose. What they do you gotta clean it up at home at the movies come on. I'm sure that alice's ten year old child the fruit of his loins was not wiping her grubby house. But i'm just saying like you get popcorn on your hands. You get chocolate on hands or whatever you're not paying attention because you're at the movies you're watching over. You just put your hands down. You read them on the arm. Rest or whatever it's going to transfer remind me not to sit on billy's couch you know is really like ice. Always say it's like you know you your sports fan. Sure your team sucks. You're gonna have to go to the to the stadium. Sit there and watch the fucking suck but the best seat in the house is in. Your fucking house is a night out to take care. Yeah you go there and watch the game and you know when cpa wait. You're talking about two different things. Though the nine out. I agree with but it used to be every friday. The movie theater was gonna jam movie all that stuff. Has that gone away. I look. I used to work in that industry. Let me tell you. I think you're right you people don't they don't want to go. I mean look. I would love to watch because you can rent out the theater discussing during the pandemic you can rent out the theater for like one hundred bucks and watching older movie. They'll put the new movie on. But you can watch a movie on a big screen. That's cool the experience. I get put a now. It's kind of lacking in. it's magic show. When i was a kid they had a movie theater on every block justified in brooklyn. Forget about a man walk. We want to lots of the movie. I disagree with alex. Alex facial glide sweet. And then we'll get. The billing motherfuckers are sick and tired of being home cabin. Fever is bitch. I ever saw a lot of people. Don't have the money now right because in that been working or they working from home and they got different hours so it's not the same as a hundred dollars to go to as saying there's one the disney people the fine people disney and the disney corporation joe's of are saying thirty dollars for rental thing away two weeks three me. Where is it free if you can wait two three weeks. It'll be free but if you're a marvel fan you're not waiting. That's trying to cash in on those fuckers right that there's always going to be a core audience to do that but also if you look at some of the stuff that gets put out now. It's not worth spending all that money to go to movie to see judy. And you gotta put them in and like you just said it like a grand go see a fucking move and you gotta feed these fuckers. You haven't even got in the door and the prices of the kid can cannot. I'll ridiculous again. Well that's how they get hot off. Hot dog fucking. You'll fucking packed with a hot dog. They're well that's the problem they make. Here's yet again. I have to defend the movie theaters for this exact reason. They don't get any money one dollar for every ticket they also tickets nineteen dollars. They get one dollar and disney gets eighteen of those. That's how it works so really. The only money they make is from the concessions right. Which now to me. Like ricky joe said why would i pay five dollars for one shitty hotdog when i get a pack of like hebrew nationals are fucking the fancy ones intertwined together again like shoprite in the smoke house ones for less money than that one shitty hotdog they like to watch a full length movie and i could sit and you know if i if i wanna get ahead. I'm getting ahead right in the middle and no one cares put the vacuum away. Most sorry didn't electrolux anytime mazing. Proper amount of suction. I'm saying to me. This is the way you look at the never been big on the movie theaters. I love them. That's why i got movies. When i was working in radio the the regal cinemas was there for the they got me a job. I was working in fucking i was doing ever a couple years. And let me tell you i d- the only fringe benefit two things one. I collect movie posters. I had the run of the mill and he came out. I got him all right. That was a huge thing number. Two working in the field. You get fucking free movies. You get the new all this stuff and all the popcorn i wanted. Okay that's fucking big. My point being is that all that other shit does not like i paid. I didn't want to be there right. You people are paying be there. You don't wanna do that either. This is my point like it's not the same as it used to be. Nothing is usually used to be so much bigger. When i started going to jet games was like the greatest thing on earth i mean. They sucked. They weren't that great yup experience. Experience get nope it seven in the morning pilot into a car getting up by nine in the morning getting drunk and it was the whole drink and you met a lot of great people hanging out if you can tell if you tailgate at a movie theater which we used to do Over in per damn boy okay. They had the drive in and then converted into the multiplex cinemas or whatever. Yeah that's a big one. That's call right closed down. They had an arcade over there. All this stuff to entertain people we used to go with a case of beer. Retreated like accounting. We'd go buy tickets. Come outside because we buy for say. We got there at nine thirty. Am show or whatever we bought the eleven o'clock or whatever we would hang out in the paul drink have a good time. Then go to the movie and now for us. That's what we did until the truth is pulled in and said we couldn't do that anymore so we stopped doing to me to me if he needs to be a full movie going experience. But you should be able to go there and do the movie part. That's that that shouldn't change. But you should also have the players you can buy merging nice like from the movie toys. Whatever just take my whole bunch of stuff making them more immersive thing in today's society. You have people going. I can't afford the movie. But i need the merchandise. I ain't need the sheriff from my daughter right but they'll let the people in to get that and you know these people a scam. You can go to see the movie anyway. So many actually run. The door made sure that's what they do all the time. One night. I was one year waiting for new york ranger playoff tickets to go on sale in the morning. Get there for thirty or whatever the morning waiting in line waiting in line is delighted moving on at the same day they were also selling the circus tickets. They both went on sale at the same time but they separated the lines so smart people will fuck it. I'm going to get the circus tickets. Because it wasn't a long. They jump on that line and they were going up getting a fucking playoff tickets. You know. that's yeah that's people wrestling much. I know that. But i'm just saying that was always going to be a scam miserable every during the pandemic though now i'm thinking it was the final nail in the coffin. It's fucking pandemic killed. Allow this well. Speaking of which the tonight show had a live studio audience on monday night for the first time in a year jimmy fallon also returned to the studio b. The for it's the first network. I mean it's not the tonight show show of fucking what it was However it's the first late night program to be back with a live audience since the pandemic began. I mean it seems like we're moving now at a rapid pace some would say joe warp speed. Thank back to basics and back toward the life in which we used to have. Yeah.

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"hazel" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show

The Ham Radio Show

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"hazel" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show

"Was perfect for us because she was in a coma for eleven days and she didn't know better and then she started listening to the ham radio show and he perked up. We gotta give the awakenings again. Well this show was. We were robert. The robin williams was this show and monica was the deniro character and we gotta right out of her coma. That was uh soon ham radio. She's living a life could give a nickname like survival. Maria's survive to the time rick at the time she had a massive head wounds systems. Massive head wound monica. But now she's out banyan is gonna before yeah she. She had a lot of issues. It's not like this is a very subdued version of monica. She's very she's mom now children. I have one two year old. And i'm pregnant three months pregnant with the second. A little boy. -gratulations what did you do. What's your daughter who's crying now. Just shooters doors bay. Her name is florence amber buzz so her softball fab. Nice kid shut up. I'm talking to your mom fan to be quiet. They they got. She's not going to be quite. Monica has to change. You wouldn't be quite you since she wanted the old day. Pratima whom really bad. I don't know why because she needs a new one. She just should herself. She's got eight thompson. Yeah but she got. She got a little nut butter between her chiefs. Gotta get that out a little nut butter. The nut butter peanut butter like that baby shit consistency. That's what you got going on. You never say never heard of heddon he will you go down to the store and ain't going to open up a thing of nut butter not peanut butter just nut butter and you will look down and it will i. It will smell better than your child. Shit also it will look like your child shit. That's the problem right. Well i am going gonna go a hep to chase my around 'cause i i just wanted to say awesome on the girlfriend and behaviorally just because the want doing so good work i know right especially your call in any time when you if you do you'll be so kind and a couple of months when you're sitting out the kid. Can you call from the delivery while you have. While you're having i need ratings it's going to be a c. Oh even better unconscious. We can actually hear the knife going. It'll be lowly phone in. I don't think you can sneak in many ports interest and says put your foot down on. Jesus it's my baby. I will do. I want to do god it. i'm monica. Thanks by massive. Head wound monica as well added nowhere. And then you got during that by the way taste more. He's the morgan. As a troll taco troll himself johnny vegas now because now he wanted never he wanted to have my he wanted to be my tag team partner. Which is okay. Here's the problem. No one knows. Johnny vegas is they know billions is really the one that was challenged. So i'm going be billy's tag team partner when we take on magic and his son now with no particulars have been signed yet. But i say in a twenty by twenty foot. Bring billy get it done here. I hope so. I'm saying eighteen eighteen. Well it depends on how big the ring stuff in your that. I there is with you. Know foreign objects. Yeah sure looks ritalin for all of you. I'm gonna stick a lot of things in might try. 'cause i gotta just fill out. I don't wanna look like once you get in that ring. He raised a whip ass. I'll be ready to whip ass take names and will best only doing it all sir thank run away. Run away through sore after i imagine you know. And he's getting the he goes to take a sixteen year old good that sixteen year old. Isn't that motherfucker hanging ocean. This is payback motherfucker volume really. What about the flying burrito brothers. Come on man me and you lose everything we get into the ring. You wear a mask or mess. Mostly because we don't want the people to throw up and we get out then we whip their ass. That's what we do come on about it. You think about. All i know is going to be painful. It's always gonna be paying. There will be blood probably in our urine. They will all right well one time. Let's get to another day alawradio chewing a day. Here's our works. What he asks you a question you answering throughout the show exchanges. Simple right. So wrestling matches notwithstanding There's been a lot of stuff going out from miller lightly nor white said. There's lots of things that you're missing. So they're giving out because of the pandemic they're they're studying a limited edition bar. Smells candle collection bar. Smells alcoholics slowly. right now. These these beautiful smell coming to whole budget sold peanuts. Jalapeno cracked leather beer garden. The hello bother. Yeah yeh moss. Karen sweaty as if they won the aspen. I can also be joe's bedroom all right. So here's the qna today today. What's your favorite smell. What is your favorite snow. Have you actually if there was a smell out there that you enjoy. I wanna know about seven one. Eight five seven hundred thirteen thousand nine. Billy i think magic. We'll have the smell of defeat. That's what i think. But what's your favorite smell. All right if sticking to the bar thing you've been out all night drinking all night stuck at a bar after hours on the toilets now when a close you know. Everything's locked in. Nobody can go out beneath first crack. Open the door like seventy aboard. Throw everybody out because it's time to go dead. I smell of fresh air. That comes through the. That's great stuff. It's almost time to go get breakfast. I so you like the smell of the outdoors. He could say after a night of still be. You're sticking with the par thing but what's your favorite smell. Your smell billy never plays by any of the rules that we give them a very simple question to show how we got a ton of money. Underarms are coming in his name saw. There's tons of names tons of things. What's your favorite smell billy. Sunday morning on dogs preparing.

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"hazel" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show

The Ham Radio Show

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"hazel" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show

"Is kind of thinking about it. What about having been hanks. That's fine with me to maybe do we can fill up. Didn't we can literally fill up a junior high auditorium gymnasium where we're not selling out the garden philippian. Ps twenty three or some school and frigging wear sure we can get it there at the training center police but we got some tickets. Ricky's gotta get out there and there's going to be one of our. He's gonna be managed..

Razer enters audio glasses arena with Anzu eyewear

Pocketnow Weekly Podcast

02:28 min | 1 year ago

Razer enters audio glasses arena with Anzu eyewear

"Razor had a Had their own announcement this week of some new products. And when i first heard about these it was through an email. They wanted to give me like the early press. And stuff like that They just called lifestyle product. And i was very i was like lifestyle product. Okay that's interesting razor. So i was expecting like isn't razor. The one that they have the The energy drink don't have that and is it. That was it I know why he actually. I'm not sure razor the energy. Maybe a sound familiar dad. Something i'm trying to remember But that's what struck me as like lifestyle product but then the announcement happened and it was smart glasses and other yet yet. Here i am doing reviews on my channel for like the amazon. Echo frames necker friends. I've done both frames before. I'm actually looking to get the the updated frame soon. Yeah and now. Razor comes out with their. It's called the end. Zoo leads a razor to have unique names but as a fellow glasses wearer. How do you feel about this budding category. I so i've always felt like the glasses. Were the next stage right I've used google glass. I've used You both both You know glasses with the pastor audio on them I've used bone conduction. I i realized that you know we have smart watches. We have smartphones. The glasses is the next field With her at the last What's it called the the The qualcomm event a couple of years ago twenty nineteen we saw some new ventures in the glass technology where there were tethering them directly to smartphones for a are and vr. So there's a lot of things coming up but these new style glasses like you will. You did with the echoes. And of course now with the with the new the new razor glasses. I feel like that's the next level right getting them in in being especially when you wear prescription glasses like for me The ability of making them work more and making them a little bit more stylish. So that's the other thing. I feel like they do a good job into design But i'm looking forward to seeing what they offer. I'm also waiting for project. Hazel from razor. Showed little bit of teasers out at around. Cas that all full on mask with speakers in st through front part with air purification system. The whole i love geeking out on tech if you can put tech into into it. I'm all for it so Yes i will definitely be trying to get myself a pair and one way or another And hopefully i'm able to get my hands on it.

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Illinois governor signs bill making state the first to end cash bail

Anna Davlantes

09:19 min | 1 year ago

Illinois governor signs bill making state the first to end cash bail

"Justice reform bill that was signed into law by the governor. Fundamentally changing the way criminal justice is done across the state. The first state Illinois becomes the first state in the U. S to end cash bail, and I know a lot of law enforcement groups and attorneys generals across the state have come out. With some questions about it or not, they're they're a little concerned about some of the language language in this 700 plus Page Bill chief Mitchell Davis, though he's not one of them that that I understand he people leaves. This is going to be very good for the state. He's the hazel crust. Hazel Crest Police Department chief. Thank you, chief for spending time with us here on WGN. Thank you for having me. Tell us what it is that we should know about this. Why it is you are so much in favor of what was just past. We'll get to some of the concerns too. But what do you What do you like about this? How do you see this is the path forward? Well, I look at this as an opportunity for reforms. And I guess before I go toe reform for me is that after the definition says, is to make things better not just change, but the change them for the better. And this just gives us an opportunity to put reforms in place that can allow law enforcement to be more equitable in our administration of justice. Mm hmm. So, uh, specifically, some of the things that come out is the end of cash bail. There is the state wide use of force standards so statewide, they'd make determinations about what kind of use of force which is okay. These officers have to be equipped with body cams. Some of the ones that have him have to that goes into effect right away. If you don't have him, you've got some time to do that. Do you have those in Hazel Crest? We actually are in the evaluation process for our body cams. We were. It was already number one of our list of priorities. Before this. This legislation was enacted and it just, you know, just was right in line with what we were doing so many, many departments that don't have them, uh, law enforcement in general, I believe once by can, but it's the financial responsibility that comes along with him. Is what hinders most folks and that's what delayed us in getting Yeah, I hear that a lot. I hear that both the good officers, the law abiding ones, the ones that the vast majority overwhelming majority of folks who wear the badge would like them. They think that they help them sometimes to ever, maybe more often than the folks who are the suspects in the case. I don't know, but they say that it's not a bad thing. I think the only complaint I've heard is that how do you get the money for that? Right? They're expensive. They're expensive to buy the expensive to operate. Keep running and that for smaller police departments like yours That becomes a real sort of obstacle. Our burden? Yes, ma'am. And so the state of Illinois has a Body worn camera Grant fund through the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board, and you can apply for grant money through that entity. And while initially when that program was started, there was a lot of different caveats. If you take this money, there was a lot of different quote things that you had to do in order to take the money and to get the body cams and what ultimately ended up happening it happening is a lot of people did not take the money because they didn't they weren't able to comply with what was being asked of them. What's happened since then, is those things that were initially asked were put into law. So whether you got body cams are now now you have to comply with those things. So, um, that Grant Fundo we need for it to be expanded. S O. Once again. Most folks are not against body cams. But we do need that financial assistance, especially as you say the most departments are like Hazel Crest. Most departments are Chicago. Most departments are, uh most municipalities don't have that money to outfit all of their their people that we work for them. So we absolutely need funding to be paired with this legislation, and that's one of the things that we have to try to make sure that is implemented. Because the unfunded mandates are what we're going to make this bill fail in a big way, and I'm just prayerful that they will have the commitment to making sure that we have the funding to make sure things happen. Chief. I've heard. I'm sure you've heard this. I've heard this number of law enforcement folks. I know who say this anonymous complaints thing. You're allowed to make anonymous complaints against a police officer. While that sounds like it should happen for certain reasons, people would be afraid of intimidation or something. Someone patrolling the neighborhood who now is going to hold something against them. There are a number of reasons why people might be fearful to come forward. And so I get the thinking behind it. What officers think, believe many of them and I'm sure you've heard. This isn't in this environment where there is a lot of anti police sentiment. Some people don't even believe we should have police. That there are just going to be targeted attempts to try to remove officers and if you could do that anonymously, boy, that's going to be a lot more simple to do. Well, you know, and I've heard that argument as well. But we have to realize is that just because somebody files a complaint, somebody's not gonna lose their job. They're still due process, so whether it's an anonymous complaint or whether it's somebody who's filled out an affidavit. They act. It has to be substantiated. It has to be investigated and an officer is not held accountable to that complaint until that whole process has done so that due process is in place. Okay, So you feel comfortable that you you tell your officers visit? You've heard it right that they come to you and said that I've heard it from from officers from all over the state of a little bit. That is a concern that you know departments will be overwhelmed with anonymous complaints and and I get it. It may require more work for us. But the the end result is there are areas and there are some communities where people need to be able to file anonymous complaints. And if we can find a way so that we meet that need for folks to file anonymous complaints and not cause undue burden on our police departments and not jeopardize our officers, making sure that they have that due process That's what we have to meet in the middle. And that's where moving forward we gotta come up with solutions that can help us solve those challenges. Yeah, I think a couple things that I don't like about the bill. One is that the way it was past it sort of was this lame duck session middle of the night. Truly, like three or four in the morning, They dropped this 700 page. Bill and they said, Go ahead, take a look at it and you got an hour and we're gonna vote. And so suddenly over the weeks and weeks that followed, there were little things in there and maybe some big things to the people found that they thought, Wait a minute. This This might not be the way it's written may not be what we really need in terms of That delicate balance between preserving public safety and also giving suspects who have not been convicted rights and not not going after poor people simply because they're poor. I get that one of the things that's pointed out to me, and this is more of a prosecutor thing and judges, but it has to do with law enforcement to is that Now, in order to detain someone that the whole no bond thing in order to detain someone, you have to show that they pose a threat specifically to a certain person. So anyone who does sort of crime of convenience, whether it's a Carjacking or sexual assault or robbery or so many of the crimes That you see unless you can say that this person actually would go back out and go after this person. The judge and the prosecutors don't really have a lot of leverage to detain that person. Do you think that that will lead to that person may be a person who does violent crimes. To just think. Well, there are no consequences. So I believe that the you know, and once again as you mentioned this is for the judiciary and for prosecutors, more so than the police, But I believe that the foundation of it is that the person cannot be a threat. Now what the determining factors are for that person being a threat. Those are things that that's all gonna have to be hashed out. And one of the things that I'm once again. I'm hopeful for I'm prayerful for is that the no cash bond. It does not go into effect for a couple years. So that gives time for judiciary for prosecutors for legislators to sit down and really hash this out and look at unintended consequences that may have resulted from the initial language and I think that for me, that's where I'm most hopeful is that throughout the entire bill, what the legislators have told us And they asked for input all along with this well what they what? They've told us that even with this initial passage that they're looking to make things better in the bill, and so that's where the collaboration comes into place by everybody by the legislators. By my police officers, everybody by the community that we all come together and look at things were not going to agree on everything. But if we could make it more palatable so that it at the end of the day it works out for what's best for everybody. I believe that this bill can ultimately be something that can be. It'll be was used around the country as a standard. Hey, they These are the mistakes. They made it to the things that they've done right, But at the end of the day, I think it can help everybody if it's done right with collaboration and proper funding for the mandates that are being given to us. All right, Chief, I I certainly appreciate time and and your perspective. It's good to hear from someone in law enforcement. Who does support this and hear what you have to say about it. So thank you for making time for us. Yes, ma'am. Have a great day. Thank you, sir. Chief Mitchell Davis. There. He's with Hazel Crest. Speedy. We're gonna get to the

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CES 2021: Gadgets for living in a pandemic

Talking Tech

03:36 min | 2 years ago

CES 2021: Gadgets for living in a pandemic

"And services. So it's no surprise that cove nineteen has influenced new products being unveiled at the cbs. Show this week. We both them. Interesting products in the pipeline. Yeah there was a lot of fascinating stuff. They're focused on the pandemic. Obviously the masks were the most interesting thing to me For a couple of different reasons You had one smart mask called the air pop that tied to an app and it had a sensor on the mask that could monitor your breathing patterns but then also have a sense of what the irs around you And so the app would signal if you need. Change the filter Also just sit just keeps track of kind of your breathing. Data which i thought was a very fascinating. You also had this very interesting mask. Phone which is basically take a mask and then take wireless earbuds and put them together. And that's kind of sort of what this is so you wear the mask and then it has the earbuds attached. There's also a volume control on the mass kind of around where your chin would be. We can control the volume or he can play music And then lg had this really fascinating. Wearable air purifier. Which looks like a very just hardcore mass. It's a lot of half to it but it's basically an air purifier. That you wear on your face. That's interesting yeah. I remember seeing that one wilder mask. I saw Which is a prototype. You know prod convey concept right now is comes from gaming company razor which you know may initially made like gaming pc gaming peripherals and then controllers and now makes pc's and all this other stuff. They came up with a smart mask. That's called project hazel and it actually has. It is clear plastic so people could see. Your face has lights inside so light your face if it's dark outside so people can see with your smiling or frowning or whatever it has a has an amplifier so your voice can be heard so it gets rid of the muffling stuff and then it also has lights on the side that i think it has sixteen more than sixteen billion nope sixteen million different colors which covers about every color. I would know anyway. I don't think. I need a billion but it could be like green and red and all kinds of shades. You know because is very into customization and color on their products so it looks like this mask thing is going to be here to stay for a long time and companies are making. You know cooler masks and more intense masks for people who are going to want that the only thing i worry about the razor masochism. Am i going to have to sell drivers on this or do i. Are there other related. Or i have to have with this mask. I hope not. Maybe they'll have built-in wifi. And i'll just do it when you know.

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It's Almost Time for the Witchhazel to Bloom.

Your Gardening Questions

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

It's Almost Time for the Witchhazel to Bloom.

"And Fred I know it's not your plan of the week. But one of your favorites the witch hazel will be blooming soon indeed. Next Saturday is my birthday. I'm not going to share with which one but it is my birthday. And that is usually about the date of a frost and then the continuing defoliation of the witch hazel where the little yellow flowers in and there are many many colors of flowers for witch hazel different plants different flower colors and so on but mine will be I'm going to call it a Dusky yellow. They're they're not going to stop traffic between the back of middle of my back yard and and the street but at the same time it is a matter we talked about the cornelian Cherry flower in the spring being prolific in March. Now we ended up in calling mid October with the yellow flowers of the witch hazel so that kind of completes the season in terms of flowering trees.

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Making Treatment a Virtual Reality for More People

Let's Talk Addiction & Recovery

04:39 min | 2 years ago

Making Treatment a Virtual Reality for More People

"It's a real treat to have Bob Poznanovic with me today because a long time ago before he went to work at Hazel and before he became the vice president of Business Development for this organization, Bob and I met in the Community of recovery in Saint Paul Bobby. It was in about nineteen, eighty, nine, ninety five when you and I would get in the car together and drive to center city I'll certainly a lot has happened in our lives personally and professionally just share with our audience today your personal connection to the Organization Hi William. It was February thirteenth of nineteen ninety five when I had reached my bottom. When I was using cocaine. A really high. Amount. In. CHICAGO. I had just lost my job at the senior executive in a technology company in camp lost my relationships and. Like everybody else and reach that point that I ran out of options and Fortunately found the Hazel and foundation and went to treatment said February and stayed in center city until March and then I went to fellow club where I met you and other members of the community some point in at the end of the march we started volunteering and every Saturday a group of would go to center city and share our strength experience and hope with patients that became a big secret to you know to my recovery is at volunteering and giving back and having some fun. You'll filling that void that drugs and alcohol had that was now being filled. With recovering I think that's one of the one of the promises and one of the gifts is to have really to friendships like yourself and others. Throughout the year. So it's nice to see you and it's nice to be here in the same capacity with you being able to carry, put a face on recovery and carry the message of hope who have ever imagined it right when. You talk about how much you lost but. We're so glad that you've gained so much and we're so glad that you continue to hold onto the expertise that has put you into the role now as vice president of Business Development for this organization at really a critical time, not only in our growth but as we. Address the pandemic of. Corona virus. And you're in charge of a lot of that effort. Can you take us through the process of developing and law launching? He's willing. Betty. Ford's telehealth strategy. Sure so because. My background has always been in technology. I was looking ahead and trying to predict kind of where the industry was going to go is you're looking at technology and healthcare in general I. Think it was pretty clear that technology utilization in behavioral health was really lagging in particularly even more. So in substance use a lot of organizations didn't even have electronic medical records. And you looked at the look at the industry, look at the industry problems, patient problems and care delivery problems back in twenty eighteen. When I HAPPEN TO HAVE A. Demo of some software that one of our pair partners was developing. And it clicked on me that. This technology could be. Used to deliver care differently. So was in two thousand, eighteen we started to talk about how could we use video? In live video between patients, not just in one in one environment which was being done. For telehealth for for years. But how could it be done in a group environment because the problem we are looking to solve Was Access. We're working with a lot of our partners around the country and communities. Academic health centers and other state organizations in healthcare to rural organs. Rural patients is a real challenge. So you know, could it help provide care improve access to roll Marcus would the convenience? Of being able to get care wherever you're at improve engagement. If you live in downtown La Chicago New York you know the catchment area is really small and some big cities because people don't want to fight the traffic after work to get the care. So convenience improve engagement. And the other was would. Stigma. Could we help through overcome some of the stigma. By. Not Making people physically have to show up at a building Kinda put a label on themselves Kenneth come out much more in a sense in Kuwait engaged them earlier by having them. Feel it's safer. As, well as convenient. To start that way. So we it started in two thousand eighteen down the past, and could we accomplished all the goals of of healthcare which is approve access improve outcomes improve. Patient satisfaction and lower costs.

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Distributed In Memory Processing And Streaming With Hazelcast

Data Engineering Podcast

04:17 min | 2 years ago

Distributed In Memory Processing And Streaming With Hazelcast

"You hear about all these different data management platforms that talk about these things but Hazel casts advantage is around in memory and in memory isn't a new concept it's been around for a while but there have been some limitations about what it can do in the past and some of these limitations are being mitigated so that in memory speeds are opening up to more and more companies and Hazel cast was founded a little more than ten years ago actually in. Turkey by a couple of very smart engineers and they came to Silicon Valley to start his cast as a former company, and it was all about in memory computing, and so the first product was the I M D product which stands for the in memory data grit. So very much like a database, but a bit more capabilities in terms of distributed computing ways to simplify building applications that could be spread across multiple nodes in a cluster and thus enable paralyzation much more simply and so from the early roots. It was all about trying to get applications that ran faster, but at the same time maintaining some of these enterprise qualities like security and reliability and availability. So ensuring that you're not getting speed at any cost but getting the right amount of speed that you need to address your use cases while also protecting your data and with added on stream processing since and we have a set of technologies that work extremely well together and are fitting in quite well with some types of use cases that people are building today. and. You mentioned that it's not being built at the expense of some of the reliability durability guarantees that you might care about is particularly if you're working on mission critical applications so I'm wondering if you can dig a bit more into some of the benefits and the potential trade offs of in memory compute particularly for data intensive workouts and things that are going to be operating on stateful sets of operations. You have the benefits of computing have largely to do with the fact that you have fast access to data stored in memory, and so I've heard some people say that this notion of in memory computation or in memory processing is redundant. When in fact, if you think about it, the processing isn't done in memory. The processing is done in the CPU or these days increasingly more in the GP and the in memory simply means that all of the data is stored within memory and not necessarily spilled out to disk, and so when you have a system that's designed to optimize that pattern where you have all your data in. Memory that means that you can get fast access to a lot of fast processing and be able to deliver on some of these use cases that have very narrow windows for service level agreements. So you get performance the same time when you have fastest, you need to incorporate some of the typical characteristics of a distributed system like replication in a variety of ways and you need to have consistent replication. So we've after doing some research, some competitive research we've seen at least one technology where at certain levels of throughput, it pauses some of the replication to be able to handle the throughput and so most people won't notice it but. It's one of those things that if you're not watching, then you could potentially have a big problem when your dad isn't replicated and notes go down and you get failures then you might see a lot of unexpected data loss when you thought that all of the data protection capabilities were in place but for us, we don't make those trade offs when we run our benchmark. So we say here's what you get in a true production environment in terms of performance, and you can be sure that we keep everything retained for business news that you would expect, and certainly some of the trade offs are pretty clear if people from there. With these, it's mostly about how much daddy can store. So you wouldn't use Hazel cast as your say your system of record for Peta Bytes of data we're talking more about operational data where you want to process it very quickly. So things like payment processing or fraud detection are good cases where you might have a good amount of data in memory as a cup, but also have the engine processing in parallel and being able to use that data in it almost transient way. So it's it's data that persisted somewhere else, but we put it into our engines so that we can have those very stringent, very data intensive workloads running. My understanding is that the actual implementation is as a library that can be embedded

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Chicago - Remains Of Elgin Man Found In North Carolina Campsite

John Williams

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Chicago - Remains Of Elgin Man Found In North Carolina Campsite

"The remains of an Elgin man have been found at a North Carolina campsite in the Smoky Mountains. W. G. M's Kim Gordon reports. The remains a 43 year old Patrick Madura were discovered after Backpackers found an unoccupied tent Friday afternoon along the Hazel Creek trail and then discovered the remains with the bear lurking nearby. The park Service says an investigation is underway. The Smoky Mountains is home to about 1500 bears, which are allowed to live in the wild Park Rangers euthanize the Bear,

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