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Bill O'Reilly Gives His 'No Spin News' Take on the Rittenhouse Case
"Myself So Bill you know you do the no spin news You've been a no spin guy for a long time that's your trademark right there The rittenhouse case was obviously not no spin or no It was full of spin news It was all spin all the time There were a number of components of the rittenhouse case bill that anyone with an IQ in the triple digits could have figured out where nonsense from the start He was not in fact carrying a short barreled rifle that was illegal that's false He did not cross state lines with a rifle that is false And I don't know why that would be a bad thing anyway His mom did not drop them off in Kenosha today the riots He did have a connection to Kenosha his dad lived there He did not shoot anyone who was black all of the people in the case were white Just the litany of misinformation here I think this promoted you know I sense with the prosecutor they had a case here when they didn't show him there's real world implications to full of spin news The prosecution always knew from the beginning it would lose It was virtue signaling for the state of Wisconsin to bring the case Once a video tape showed that the people rittenhouse shot were threats to him physically the case was over If you read Wisconsin lawn I'm sure you have It's stand your ground state So somebody attacks you and it doesn't matter whether you put yourself in a bad position which rit now certainly did No doubt about that It doesn't matter Sometimes it comes after you and puts a gun in your face that you can shoot them And that's what happened So everybody knew from the very beginning and the legal circles in Wisconsin that this was a loser Yet they spent millions of taxpayers dollars Virtue signaling to the population that rittenhouse was a white supremacist And then the media of course picked that up The kid at 17 was some kind of Heinrich Himmler It was absurd because if you were that would have been all over social media and everybody would have known it But it was not This was an immature boy who did any irresponsible thing by getting into a dangerous situation and I'm glad that no further damage was done to
Democrats Passed the Phony $5T 'Build Back Better' Bill
"So folks the Democrats passed this phony build back better act build back better it's tear down forever act They say it's 1.75 trillion The CBO says it's hundreds of billions in debt Other outside organizations that don't have their hands tied the CBO is only free to do certain kinds of analysis Like the Wharton school says it's actually closer to $5 trillion The vote was two 20 to two 13 One Democrat in a swing district in Maine voted against it But that's it Every other Democrat like God heimer God Heinrich Schmidt In Bergen county New Jersey All these frauds and Virginia New Jersey all across the country Oh I'm a moderate California Every damn one of them voted for this
"heinrichs" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey
"Do you think and this is terrible. Question to end on. But i think it's probably the one that's pressing into people's minds disease increase. The terror threat at home. Is that what you're kind of alluding to when you talk about the taliban rub it in our faces on nine eleven i do think that the terrorism threat With going up you already had generally saying that the terrorism threat is going to go up. That was always the risk that that was that was gonna happen as we got. withdrew from afghanistan. But because of the way this went through on and we don't have a plan for conducting counterterrorism operations all afghans in country to that we were working with that we abandon. Those were the individuals that we were hoping to continue to be our eyes and ears to provide intelligence. And they're all gone. It's a total collapse so we have nothing in country right now but what i'm concerned is that we're going to see. I'm terrible things happening on camera Of of american hostages or stiffs are still in afghanistan on september eleventh. A certainly pray that that's not the case but this is the taliban these jihadists is ra- militant jihadists in know it doesn't matter how much biden officials tried to talk us into how they're in this existential crisis near to decide what they wanna play in the international community. We know what role they wanna play. They've been playing for deck they are. They are jihadists in day. They wanted to establish this is muslim. Society governed by nas tears really harsh understanding of sharia law. And they got it. Dan so we're going to see their true colors. I think Unless they make the calculation that they're still gonna try. This route is trying to get more concessions than things But but apart from that. I mean i'm sort of bracing for the worst case scenario and in praying that that's not what happens. Yeah and i wanna americans to be cognizant to that. I've seen a couple of statements coming from the taliban one about. Oh we'll facebook in america. Does it respects free speech. Either and then i saw another statement today. That apparently taliban says that they're going to fight. Climate change what he wants to encourage people who on either side of the aisle who are listening or watching..
"heinrichs" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey
"Just doing a lot of defensive as administration except to say. hey it's a big airlift. Only a big airlift in a short amount of time because of the disaster of the decisions. So you know. I think that we are going to see You know this might be it for the administration. The only might be it. I don't i. I certainly don't see him having a successful foreign policy agenda being carried through for the remainder of his term. Do people keep saying they're gonna take this is going to enable them to take on china. I mean i don't see that at all. I don't i don't see that at all but i do wanna i. I don't i mean maybe you can explain to me that perspective. But i want to hear you talk about a little bit more. How america withdrawing from From afghanistan is actually going to empower. Russia empower china who we already see kind of forming this very dark and scary alliance there like what does this mean. Isn't there some kind of trade route. Also that has now opened up between china and afghanistan. what's going on there well So the the argument is from from those who say we have to just focus doggedly on china and afghanistan is not a priority theater disaster we had et cetera. All of the reasons we know afghanistan was are challenging with liberals and charge especially they say now is going to free up resources To be able to take on. China the problem with that view again. I was of the mind that we should just keep barbara key ballgame and just do counterterrorism in hold that space because it keeps other countries from getting through afghanstan but also prevents them from using the rare earth minerals. That are in afghanistan. All of these things that the chinese were going to want. But also having that massive sprawling airbase with nato operating their adjacent to china's the closest land base right next to china in that region that we just gave up So i think even if you understand that china is this sort of existential threat to the american way of life in the united states as we know it. You still wouldn't want to give up that invaluable air throwing airbase and all of our weapons. So i made the point earlier too. If you care about this country's we just gave up a billions of dollars weapons. We left in country that even at the taliban can't figure out how to operate them there's other actors around there who do who be willing to pay for them to operate them to and the other thing too alley we if we have a huge mass of terrorism problem again massive instability in the middle east buying a biden comes in tries to strike deal with the iranians like we know that he wants to al qaeda by the way being harboured by the iranians. There do Use you do all of these terrible policies deal turn over afghantistan of the taliban deal with the iranians you're going to have massive instability in the middle east..
"heinrichs" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey
"When people are hearing that. Okay not everyone coming in is going to be vetted we already know that the border is wide open. I read a very sad report the other day of just how demoralized our border patrol agents are because they're not actually able to do their jobs and i imagined there some troops that feel the same way that they are kind of their hands behind their back in what they're actually able to do. They feel like they have not been empowered to actually protect the united states. That's gotta be a hard feeling for them. It's a hard feeling for americans when you feel like okay. We'll buy teams to have the priorities of every other country at heart except for the united states and people really hated when donald trump said america. First they said that's bigoted that's wrong. That's you know nationalistic. Whatever but i would say. That's know isn't that more compassionate than america last. Don't you wanna president that loves your country loves it citizens and is going to fight for them. Isn't that what you want in a leader or a mayor or governor. Wherever in so. I think i mean maybe there some blessing to see the polar opposite of putting america. First like you see the damage of of america last and i hate to see it. It breaks my heart. I wanted joe biden to do a good job as president. Even though i didn't vote for him But unfortunately i. I'm not sure that this is going to be recovered. No and the other thing about this concept of putting your own people. I especially in the case of the united states is it is better for other countries when the united states shores up its sovereignty act with decisiveness. Has good plans understands how to prioritize. I mean you can just see now. The fallout from nato allies. Neil australia the uk. The french i mean these are countries that are that are visibly. Upset leaders are upset germany. With how the united states has handled this. So if you wanna put the united states. I if you're the american president in that is helpful for everybody else to understand. What's happening this haphazard confusing. It doesn't even make any sense these decisions he's making. It's like a collapse of the west. When you pull the united states out It's a it really just hope. Leaves a vacuum therefore rotarians step in whether it's the taliban in afghanistan but now you've got again china adjacent. Yeah you do afghanistan. The russians of force in in the iranians pakistan is going to you know Abbey in a better position. Now it so. I mean i get the sense to the other point. I think is important to make that. I can feel his frustration with the american people. It really these really are red state voters who have done a lot of the volunteering to go into afghanistan doing war fighting and have come back as veterans so there. There's this other dynamic that's going on. We're really feels like it's middle america. That has been betrayed. You know back to your point. Americans wanna win. We wanna do the right thing. We don't wanna look like cowards. We don't wanna be cowers. You don't wanna have the reputation of of just abandoning our responsibilities. And in so. I i i just think that you can see with moderate democrats even more liberal democrats are sort of. Don't know how to even response to this. I don't see a lot of surrogates in the media..
"heinrichs" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey
"There's not even a plan at this point alley to continue counterterrorism operations from what's going to be now full ecosystem of terrorism. That's going to find harbor in in in afghanistan with the taliban in charge. So i mean again. I think it's just this this defiant attitude. The basically acting from the president to sake is just saying this is just what withdrawal is. This is what withdraws the american people. Want to withdraw. This is what they want it kind of hitting the plane. The it's our volume on the american and then also on the afghan national security forces for not defending country. But again for somebody. Who's not even you'd have to read the news kind of periodically gonna read what's going on. The foundation for defense of democracies has great reporting on this over the many years. You should have known that. The taliban was going to take over as soon as united states stopped providing air support and direction into these young afghan men who were doing the ground fighting in afghanistan so when when when our military in political officials say we didn't know the taliban was gonna take over so quickly. How could you not row..
"heinrichs" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey
"Optics are terrible. I mean i guess just so he can say hey. We finally withdrew from afghanistan. Many other presidents have promised to do it. But i actually did it so i guess in not since that is superficially you know. He thinks it's beneficial for him politically in some way but the optics of it are truly terrible. I mean the images and the stories that we're seeing even from the liberal media coming out of this just the chaos and the loss of life that maybe he's right. Maybe some of that would have been inevitable. Maybe some of it. I don't know but it does. Seem like the recklessness with which we withdrew exacerbated at the very least if not fully caused everything that we are seeing at the kabul airport right now And then you know we've got some people who are frustrated by the fact that Not that we're accepting refugees. I think most people are on board with that. I'm on board with that But that there seems to be a higher priority to do that to resettle refugees here then the priority to actually rescue american citizens. Do you think that frustration is is justified. Or do you think that Or or do you think that people are being a little bit too Harsh when it comes to that perceived prioritization no. I think people's frustration is is justified. I think what's happening now is. They're just trying to get bodies on airplanes and because it's so difficult to process you know they're just being swarmed instead of just getting bodies on airplanes difficult to sort of go through and figure out who's an american citizen who's not I heard hairball reporting that. The taliban these checkpoints are ripping up now credentials. That people have that shows that they are american citizens Other thing the other thing. Ali i think you know to your point about how the the liberal media is who is normally not covering the vice presidency as critical as they ought to be one of the reasons. I think they're taking this so You know covering it. I think so thoroughly and so accurately too is a lot of these media outlets have been working with afghan nationals for years covering the war and so it's very deeply personal for them and so in you know they they. That's why you've seen again fox news well-rounded and got some of their own people out. You've got these separate news organizations that are actually going in there and try to evacuate their unequal. Because they've been working side by side to provide coverage of this war for twenty years and that's what and so there's no way around it. It's a humanitarian crisis. Happening in the making and so they're just covering an accurately and you can tell the biden. Officials are getting very frustrated with the way the media is accurately covering what's happening but they're just doing their jobs so anyway. I think the american people are. I think that they're i understand their frustration. But they're just trying to get people on those airplanes into that's used there at the airport who they can. They can board with The speaking of the biden administration getting a little testy about this gin sacchi. Who even though. I don't agree with her. i think she does. She does a pretty good job with the with what she has. I think press secretary is probably a really difficult job But she got a little bit testy this week when fox news asked her like okay. So what are we going to do about these americans stranded. I want to play. That clip of.
US Intelligence Warned of Quick Taliban Takeover as Biden Downplayed Threat
"Did he know? And when? On the PSA Brady Fox News. It's a question President Biden is facing as he prepared to address the nation an hour from now on Afghanistan amid reports the administration had been warned. The Afghan military might not be able to hold off the Taliban. This from a confidential cable confirmed by Fox News, and it was sent by State Department officials on the ground in Kabul to President Biden, Secretary of State Antony Blinken, warning of rapid a possible rapid collapse of Kabul soon after the withdrawal date and offering Mitigation methods and also recommendations for speedy evacuation boxes. Jackie Heinrich at the White House that cable was dated July 13th, but it's not clear whether the president ever saw it about
White House May Pay Florida Educators if DeSantis Withholds Salaries
"Over masks in Florida, where the governor's threatened to withhold salaries of educators who don't comply with his order banning mask mandates. White House press secretary Jen Psaki said the administration is looking into its options with regard to covid money that was distributed to Florida whether they can take that money. And use it to cover the salaries of administrators who aren't going to be paid if they fail to comply with this order boxes Jackie Heinrich and
US Intel Report Warns of More Violence by QAnon Followers
"Hi Mike Rossi with details on the U. S. intelligence report warning of the potential for more violence by Q. anon followers a new report compiled by the FBI and the department of homeland security warns a summit here it's of the Q. one on conspiracy theory could target Democrats or other political opponents for more violence the report was released Monday by senator Martin Heinrich a Democrat representing New Mexico the report warned some Q. and on a Terence could come to believe they have an obligation to engage in real world violence while he was in office president Donald Trump praised Q. anon followers as people that love our country according to an Associated Press review of court records at least twenty Q. anon followers are among those charged with federal crimes related to the January sixth insurrection of the U. S. capitol Mike Rossio Washington
Senate Pressed BLM Nominee on Biden's Oil and Gas Lease Freeze
"The woman president biden has chosen to lead much of his ambitious climate agenda on. Us public lands appear before the senate today for her confirmation hearing montana environmentalist tracy stone manning has been tapped to be the next director of the bureau of land management it controls energy development and other activities on a tenth of all the land in the us. Here's npr's kirk siegler as montana's former top environmental regulator and chief of staff for that state's former democratic governor tracy stone. Manning did develop a reputation for bipartisan. Dealmaking which she repeatedly referenced in her first appearance before the us senate. I think that my career has shown that the only way to get things done in the country and specifically in the west is to work together stonings nomination marks a dramatic reversal from the agency's previous director. William perry penalty who hailed from rural wyoming in once suggested the. Us government shouldn't even own public land. She's from a liberal pocket of montana and more reflective of who's been gaining power and influence and much of the west lately people from cities. New mexico's martin. Heinrich is a senior democrat on the committee. The trump administration pulled penalties nomination before it could question him. Last year has been without a confirmed director for good reason in some cases for almost four and a half years that should not continue one day longer. Republicans though seize the opportunity to grill stone manning about president biden's freeze on new oil and gas leasing on public lands. They also argued her campaigning. Last year and a half of democrats was evidence. She's a polarizing pick. She shot back urging the committee to examine her entire career of brokering compromises. She said unheeded. Public land's battles elections can be tough. I was supporting my former boss. Governor bullock but the election is over and i will honor the outcome of that election but the ranking republican on the committee wyoming senator john barrosso said stone manning's recent tweets reveal a bias against energy companies. Ranchers loggers based on her record. I'm concerned the miss stone. Manning does not fill the bill. Her career has been defined by her support for policies that restrict multiple use activities on public lands and upper down vote on stone manning's nomination is expected in the coming days within need go before the full senate
"heinrichs" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"Imagine what it would be like to have your eyeball dissolve and run down your cheek. Yeah, it's gonna be a sweet day here on the Jesse Kelly show. We have told many a cool history story on this show. Today's Very well may topped them all. We have Inflation that is apparently started or run away from us. We're gonna have to talk about that today on the show. The cyber attacks are not going down there going up. We have Rebecca Heinrichs next hour. She has a new article out about what happened on January 6th and why it happened. You're going to want to buckle up for that when I've been talking to her off air. It is going to be a great day, but first, the whole eyeball thing. Let's rewind just a little bit. And go back to World War one. You know, I love World War one. I find it to be the most fascinating conflict out there period. I find it to be more fascinating than World War two, which I know that's crazy, because we were too is so much bigger and more commercialized. And there was war color video and photographs and stuff like that. But World War one changed the world. Let's go set the whole thing up for you. And this is going to be the most 30,000 ft view of 30,000 ft views. Here's the deal. Germany. Focus on them to begin with. Germany is a relatively young country at this time, and I don't know if that's even fair to say, because the Germanic states that eventually formed Germany had been around a long time, and those peoples have been around, but Germany itself being one unified country by World War one time it's like 50 years old. This in today, just got there. But They're German. And German people are incredible people. Frankly, they are Meticulous, disciplined, focused and the German people back then were building a juggernaut of a country. Their economy was booming. Their fertility rate was booming. Absolutely through the roof. See, we don't talk about that much now Executive uncomfortable, but People getting married and making babies is actually really important thing for a nation and there they were just cranking them out in Germany. Their military booming. And they have a little bit of an inferiority complex. Why? Because they're kind of so new And as the new kid on the block. They're looking around, and they're looking at France. Looking at Britain. We're looking at Russia. You know what they're saying to themselves? Mm. Why does Britain France. What? Why did they have so many colonies around the world? Colonies were such a huge thing back then I can't properly describe for you. How much of a prestige thing it was to have colonies. The setting aside the economic value of having colonies were getting spices from here. We're getting rubber from their setting, setting that aside it all setting aside the military aspect of having colonies. Britain did this all the time. They just don't go to war and Oh, hey, Canada. Yeah, I need a couple 100,000 troops. Go ahead and send them over here, please. Setting aside that just prestige alone, you had to have some or you weren't really considered to be one of the big boys. Germany looks around and says, I'm stronger than Britain. I'm stronger than France and and they might have been that that's that's tough to tell. Why don't we have more colonies? And they're just fought a war. The Franco Prussian war. So these were people who were Maura than willing to make war..
Senate Republicans Outline Their Own Infrastructure Plan
"Is looking to pass one of its major legislative priorities The American jobs plan. Democrats say they want to have bipartisan support on the bill, but the White House may end up using the process of budget reconciliation. Past the package without any Republican support. Jackie Heinrich reports on Republicans counterproposal to the infrastructure plan. It's a far cry from two trillion but the White House says it's a start. We certainly welcome any good faith effort and certainly see this is that Senate Republicans unveiled a counter offer to the American jobs plan. A $568 billion blueprint with the section defining what in their view infrastructure is on roads and bridges. The GOP more than doubles President Biden's proposal 299 billion up from 150. They also dedicate more money to modernizing airports. 44 billion up from 25. While they included funding for broadband. There's no money for electric vehicles, efforts to combat climate change or funding to expand social services. Like elder care, President Biden said he is willing to negotiate with Republicans on the size and scope of his roughly $2 trillion infrastructure plan. As Fort
More than 100 National Guard members in Washington DC test positive for coronavirus
"Heinrich. Some lawmakers are calling for a review of coronavirus protocols used by the National Guard in Washington. This after Fox News learned that over 100 guard members deployed for inauguration security duties in Washington have tested positive for covert 19. America is listening to
Biden team considering legal options if Trump keeps stalling
"Way, and that's hampering the Biden transition team until the General Services Administration certifies Biden's win. The transition team can't move forward with clearances for nominees access classified information for national security concerns or start talking, too. Foreign leaders and agency officials who are responding to the Cova 19 crisis. Transition team official told me they are keeping legal options on the tables thing that delay could cause major harm. Also, three Democrats in Congress demanded answers from the G S, including whether the White House is blocking the transition boxes. Jackie Heinrich, a president, like Biden has named an
What to watch for in the presidential debate tonight
"News president Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden have each tested negative for Corona virus today and will share the stage for a second and final time. Joe Biden spent the last four days at home preparing for this face off tonight with President Trump, who has promised to grill him on allegations surrounding his son hunters, business deals and questions of what extent if any, Joe Biden. Is involved. Jacky Heinrich Biden is called the allegations a smear and garbage and plans to keep challenging the president's handling of the pandemic. Fighting Cove in 19 is one of six planned topics. Fox News Democracy 2020 coverage of the final presidential debate tonight watching the Fox News Channel. Listen on the Fox News
Joe Biden Back On Campaign Trail
"President Trump has treated for covert 19 Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is getting back on the campaign trail Bodies campaign called a lid just after nine o'clock this morning. He's having a down day ahead of a trip to Florida tomorrow, where he will address undecided voters in the town hall. Now Biden's that yesterday he would get a Corona virus test today ahead of that trip, and we're still waiting. For those results to come out by this campaign, committed to releasing every test result after Biden was exposed on the debate stage with President Trump a new protocol beyond the previous promised to regularly test both candidates and report a positive result. Fox's Jackie Heinrich
Biden campaign pulls ads attacking Trump for now, but plows ahead with schedule
"Joe Biden. The President's Democratic opponent is renewing his call for a national mask mandate as his campaign makes some changes the campaign announced it's pulling all negative ads in the heat of the election as president trump battles, corona virus adding the choice was. Made even before white. House. Physicians decided to move the president to the hospital, but the trump campaign will not reciprocate Fox's Jackie Heinrich.
"heinrichs" Discussed on Arrested DevOps
"Well, should you do these on? So if you assume that you don't have resources to do one of these deep learning teams are learning views on every incident. You know if you have five day, you can't spend forty hours on each one. So then the question is, how do you select which ones and we've talked about maybe like goldilocks zone incidents that aren't too scary or too boring I think we can do better. and. Going back to the first thing we said where. An incident is opportunity for learning. One of the questions you can ask is, how much do we know about what happened and how much more could we learn if we try? And if you can try to find incidents that have a higher potential for learning. You can focus on though. So then the question becomes, how would you do that? While there are some key was you can look for? I. Think. So one of the cues you can look for. That an incident has some potential for learning. For higher than usual is when people are confused surprise frustrated. They're always confused surprised frustrated, but there might be some that stand out. And those are good opportunities. That is an excellent point. Because I love discourse in conversation around you know platitudes like you can learn from any incident. No, that's actually not. Right like if you work for, let's say a major website provider, you're going to experience deal a lot and sometimes it takes your cdn a few minutes to catch up and so you have a few minutes where things are Kinda slow and you know is that incident you can learn anything from or is that just how your vendor operates on the other hand? Sometimes, these attacks are very complex and interesting and attacking multiple channels and and so yes sometimes sometimes it's just a dos go down for five minutes can is it really always worth the time to? Try what also I would also go down this whole like do you have the time to do deep learning on every incident? It goes back to age about like sometimes it is I just and we we are. We are actually doing just calling that sometimes, you might just be writing that in the ticket you might write a paragraph of the thing. The risk that I have with that example is well, we always know that it's like this. So I I know I can't learn from it. Maybe. All you do is take five minutes maybe less maybe it took maybe a minute to go. Yep. This looks like the same thing it always is, but if you take the second to think about it and then go ooh, these seem to be happening more than they used to or something I think you can always learn something I don't think you need to spend. Ten Times as long as it took to like, flip the switch on the load balancer to talk about it but. One thing you learn in qualitative research is to try to find the surprising in the mundane and the mundane and the surprising. So it is definitely true that there might be something in those mundane the those mundane dos outages that you could learn from, but you gotta start somewhere when you have limited resources. So, let's just close on that..
"heinrichs" Discussed on Arrested DevOps
"Who who happened to be up at eight PM their time, but happened to still be log in. Who Do not have to escalate to yet was still available. What was documented? Well, what were we surprised to find out? We knew this even though we didn't think we knew this. Now just asking those kind of almost more cultural people oriented questions. And then also figuring out how can we make sure we don't have to be lucky in the future. How can we ensure that next time? We don't need you know this particular person to happen to be watching this particular channel You know that kind of thing can our template with question prompts include the question what questions come to mind that are not on the template right now because I think that's that's the danger of the template is because it makes us feel like those are the only questions and I do like the idea that that a retrospective should raise more questions than answers. Is that actually factually true probably not we actually want more answers but when we say words like that enables people to feel empowered to ask them. So I think that's I really your your examples of those types of questions that are still relatively open ended but they're they're they're still about what happens. Right? They're not about like. Five Times of why. that. have got a couple of things. The first ones I've you can add to your template, which is, how do you think our priorities should change? As a result of this incident. I like. A lot of time what with action items that you're telling people to do stuff you haven't told them why they should care. Run into that issue a few times..
"heinrichs" Discussed on Arrested DevOps
"Well, you just drop air budget burn and the people like but what about all the other things we need to know about I didn't see stop measuring them I said that maybe they're not the most important thing maybe this won't be. Paying off of anymore. It's kind of similar thought right when I say I don't think time you're useful anymore I. Think they're not that useful for the retrospective documents I think they're not that useful for other people to learn from still have them because as other people pointed out the great starting point for establishing your narrative but the narrative is the important part, not the actual timestamps. No one's ever GONNA learn any time types. I think it's a shame that that's generally all that's done with timelines because it's that's the most useless thing you could do with the time line. Put it in a Google doc somewhere then forget about it. When you do cognitive interviewing one of the things you learn to Rian. The context that the person was you're trying to talk about and timelines are what let you do that? Because you can tell them. Okay. So it was Friday nine pm year here doing this tell me about that. What was your at least thing you learned? Bring. Oh. You. Don't get off that easy. They're just responding Dallas. There I think there is I'm trying to figure out what the most recent one was because there are so many I the most? What's the most scandalous one? I mean we could talk about why root causes ally or we could talk about why the five wives don't work. We could talk about why correction of errors doesn't were. These were all things you believed at one point. I I believe in because at. Sure. The most recent thing that I believe retrospect. Longer. Believe is that the our you spend in the meeting is the most important part of the retrospective. So you guys y'all listening can't see it. But just on mute on the video amy data, I'm pretty sure the words came out where God damnit. That was mine. Pretty much exactly. Mine's a little closer though Close to that, which is I'm actually not in favor of the the independent meaning for it for incidence, especially at places that have a a standing load of incidents. So by probably my favorite experience at get hub was. Running the the weekly incident review. So you know a big enough or big enough infrastructure that we usually had stuff. So every week I would review all of the incidents that are outstanding go through in, consult with everybody in, get it already, and then what we had was because it was the same day every week is we have this pace of everybody product managers engineers. Could make their managers showed up in we step through incidents sometimes four five. I think the most ever did was ten in on a day and then I defer the rest next week and. You know I found that to be a really effective compared to the trying to schedule people every know after an incident you know people are freaking out there trying to fix stuff they're busy they're stretched That's probably how we got here and you know trying to just schedule is a huge pain but this standing meeting creates a cadence of carrying about incidents and then it'd be..
"heinrichs" Discussed on Arrested DevOps
"That can start to create the change to fire up these feedback systems. I the place I would I would argue that slightly any wants to argue is that that statement they already know what needs to be done but they can't communicate it and I would make the argument that writing more incident reports even if they're short getting in that practice will help you start writing things in terms of business value because I guarantee almost. Every engineer that says I've been telling leadership this over and over again and they don't listen sometimes it's because our leadership are dumb and stupid and evil and awful, and sometimes quite frankly it's because he engineer doesn't know how to speak their language. It's a love language that right if I am trying to tell this to somebody and they're not hearing it. That's on me a little bit. I don't know if. I would use I have I have a whole talk, the five love languages of devops. That's why referred to that. That's why the idea is. It's like I can't sit there and say I need to explain this in the way that makes sense. I'm trying to explain it to Alex, when Alex has a different frame of reference I do. This again is also from the idea of small insurrections, right? Like it's little ways like there's no one magic thing. Do this thing and everything will be better. So I think there are things that will come from getting good at quantifying and understanding what happened in an incident even if it's a little one, even if all, you wrote his one paragraph..
"heinrichs" Discussed on Arrested DevOps
"The almost were edging up on the shallow versus deep incident report debate. Right so I am in favour of shallow reports for some organizations, right like cranking out tons of shallow incident reports may come cheap make a big with us get you engineers doing them whatever it takes make it easy. Get those narratives. and then maybe the difference for having about like the importance of the timeline is I think the more complicated in the more in depth the incident analysis the more critical it is that you tie everything together with that shared common ground in the timeline. Can I just mention I think it's a mistake to think that there is one time line. there. I think when you've got twelve people. Let's say in an incident channel, you have at least twelve timelines. And one of the ways that you can get to common ground actually tease out a lot of the information in. The retro is by asking people to give you their timely. And then asking people to. Compare their time line with another timeline. So you give they give you their timely and then you can say, Oh, well at such and such a time this happened. Did you remember this happening? Oh no I didn't know that that happened or whatever, and then you can actually by taking these multiple times and trying to synthesize them into one narrative I. think that's where the real richness. Comes from. Talk about it. Here's. This last time I may I may I may pay myself in a corner and this one it might not work. This is an idea but I was when we're talking about that, this might be where the narrative structure actually makes it a little bit easier because if what we're doing is we're putting it together in a prose narrative and now you're saying rain this is what happened and you're thinking about it. That way rather than you looking at a log line of a whole bunch of stuff you're gonna you're GonNa because we don't communicate is log entries in a timeline as human. So if I'm asking you to trigger in your memory, your memory is not a bunch of ut stamps stuff. It's a bunch of memories of narrative that happened. So so trying to collaborate an Catinat and synthesized these twelve different experiences together. In a narrative form almost might tease that out but I still think you do WanNa have that supporting data because sometimes you don't sometimes even just looking at that makes you remember like Oh shit. That's right because I think amy's exactly right that the more the longer running. The more people involved the more systems involved. The more important is to have that reference point because it's too much to keep in your head. If it's an incident that took you ten minutes to resolve and it was quick and I. There's a big immediate made a really good point. I just wanted to echo for everybody listening one of the biggest anti patterns I hear when I would talk a lot especially enterprises. Sorry not sorry. Is Like Wendy do pros worms only on Sev-. Once only on high severity incidents like you should be doing them on everything and I don't care if you're retro takes five minutes to do, but the whole thing is just being an habit. Of always doing it. But again, the reason that they don't WanNa do it is because they think that their process takes seven weeks to do and they have to write this big documented do all this stuff so I think that's the thing to keep in mind Yeah I totally agree with the concept that people should be doing these for everything. I, love incident retrospectives for tiny things..
"heinrichs" Discussed on Arrested DevOps
"Like and again like let's let's let's we're talking a little philosophically let's like. Specifically say like here's some good practices like do this Savy's words? I don't know. My number one goal anytime I am involved with or responsible for any kind of incident retrospective is to ensure I'm telling a story in some fashion That's how humans actually learn. As engineers, we often like to think that you know. Data. Matters at numbers matter that we can persuade people by putting a bunch of numbers in front of them or certain graph. That's not really how human psychology generally works. We're storytellers and that's the best way to I. Think get things across make everything a narrative I in the templates that I like to help people use. Templates are actually very useful for producing these kinds of documents not that every section has to be a required but as a guy as a prompt and I don't see the Houston Times, I don't many templates have like at this time stamp this happened at this time this happened that's not useful telling the story of what happened I and what happened next that can be very useful. I love having a narrative timeline section for example, don't give me a google docs table with you know ut see. ISO Eighty six warning. Like that that doesn't do anything for you but in paragraph form, what happened I what happened next? When did this start does action ago when the certain code was committed, you know like it tell me a story that's how I. Walk away from things mouth I. Agree with you. But except for the part about the timeline, because the timeline is like the outline for your book before you write it that keeps you on track as you write that narrative and makes it more compelling because it's more likely. Basically, the time line is your basis of common ground with everybody who's going to consume this report right when when those when things happen out of order in like most people have a very different view of of how things occurred in the actual incident and they come to this. The time line is how you make sure that you are lining up with the best record we have of what actually happened. So the line is supporting. Information for the narrative. That's how I was. It's like it's I don't WanNa have it but it's not the main narrative tomorrow helps you build your story it could be an appendix for reference, but it's not the place people enter the narrative is by for that. I put it in the appendix was told. I would say, have a timeline, ear incident state documents, right? Have you have a time line you keeping track of while you're managing the incidents personally not convinced a list of time stamps and and and exact occurrences in your retrospective. Really does as much for anyone reading, but we can just we can just disagree there..
"heinrichs" Discussed on Arrested DevOps
"It's not easy to get buy in from the business side and from the leadership side and from the product side that this is how we should be approaching things and that was really more of my point is is we need acknowledge that potentially a large portion of the audience listening to this right now does not live in an organization where everyone's aboard and actually got news for you. Nobody does they're like this is not happening so so these changes have to happen in multiple. Directions right and so that's I would like to get some like kind of practical things we can do about how we can do retro better. But the thing I wanted to just put a bow on that is there is sometimes a little bit of a tone that comes from. And I feel like I hear it a little bit in the east side, which is resilience. Engineering happens in spite of management not because of it. But I I think that there's some of us that are tilting at. More, senior leadership windmills around changing that kind of transformation because it kind of has to happen in both directions. You're right. You're absolutely right like you can't. We're talking about how things could be and could be better, but those directives have to change as well. But let's let's talk a little bit about like how to do these better. Right we're doing them regardless of of what the outcome, the outcome matters but like how can we make our retrospectives more effective? As. Thinking about. Action Items and. Whether the issue is that. Management you know executives don't understand why they're not important. I was just thinking about you know if you're. A junior. `sorry and you're getting paged five times a week. At two in the morning for the same thing and you have a playbook that fixes every time and you've got. An action item on someone's back somewhere that if they were just work on it. You wouldn't have to wake up at two in the morning next week. Then telling that junior s that action we're GONNA stop worrying about action items I? Don't think that's GonNa work either. I think, maybe a way to redirect that statement is that action items are not necessarily restricted to Jira tickets there they can be investigation and they can be and again a big thing to me as I still feel that there is a danger in having SLA's around the action items that come out of an incident and the reason that I bring that up is that is a very common thing that that tech leadership feels will make things better. So they feel like they're doing things better by doing that but it it has a very negative effect of. Coloring the action items that people will actually sign up to do. But that's like you know the few months ago. One of our dear leaders in the USA said, they were going to manage the numbers and I believed them. And they on it right because you can always count on people to manage the numbers. What what when they have control over what the numbers mean and can game the system it's almost the way a way to guarantee that people game the system. And it's not even malicious, right? It's not even done consciously right. So that's the. And that's a whole other. Culture Conversation but what are what are deming thing? Isn't it? It's I always is Nash Preto Equilibrium Schafer's like kind of people work to the to their to the numbers. You give them to the detriment of the organization that one. Yeah. So So it was so. When insulin retrospectives are done well, like what are some some hallmarks of that of.
"heinrichs" Discussed on Arrested DevOps
"It's a, it's a report for stakeholders, right? So is the point of this meeting for us to do some learning or for us to share an output and you actually probably end up having both of those things so I don't know. It's there's also not one right way to do. Any of this are several ways to do it. I mean, I think the idea that. There, is a one hour meeting. The learning happened just a little silly right we all feel like that's kind of the reality I think is more that learning is going on. Starting at the moment, the incident quote unquote began, and then for days and weeks and months afterwards in twelve twenty, thirty different brains in different ways, right? That's where the learning is happening I mean. What is the point of a one hour meeting? It's to do stuff that you can only do when you get those brains in the same room. And maybe put a little bit of. Structure. Around the things we WANNA go start doing some more investigating. Right. So like I one of the things and it's a very wrong thing in the. Bay Judy Postmortem Guide. That says there is a slide that says The most important outcome of a postmortem meeting is to come to consensus on action items. I strongly disagree with that right, but it could be though but depends on what you mean by action items. If are action items like these are the Jira tickets to go and change this parameter on the load balancer no, but if They're action items like these are questions that we came up with, and now we have some spikes to go and rain is GonNa go look into this and he's going to think about it. We're going to talk about it or this team's going to do that. Those are also items, but we don't think about him that that's not usually what we think is action right accidents. Or tickets right and. That's That is an outcome. You know but it's not the main reason to do that. But I think I, really like. Like let's be real right like the. The main reason most folks are doing incident retrospectives. Today is to go over the follow ups. I've had people that, I? No longer work for tell me that that was the number. One thing that had to be done. Every single incident was full follow ups followed through in chase down and basically wanted to be availability cop. which I'm opposed to. But but like I, just want to start with that. Right like we let's let's be clear about what we're saying. We're saying it should not be. That I think that like out in the world if we went and asked all of the we could find We would find a high prevalence of people who feel that the those follow ups in action items are are the main point of the exercise. And they're the easiest to tie to. Business value for most folks. Right, that's exactly what I was about to interject with like that is what executives actually care about That's what directors actually care about That's the is that correct? We can argue this forever ray it's it's because we can sit here and say look there's oldest academic knowledge that we can look at and all these studies and you know everything that's been going on in kind of. A little bit of a segment of twitter, I think that some of. Whom are probably listeners? This moon probably aren't there's a lot of discussions about learning from incidents and safety engineering and how we can bring resilience engineering and Newell this stuff and I wanna be very clear. I'm a huge fan of all of that..
"heinrichs" Discussed on Arrested DevOps
"I think that's true. But I think there's also something to be said about starting that slow learning during an incident I'm a huge fan of using the incident command system even if it's very conceptual. It's it's way too complicated as described by FEMA etcetera etcetera to totally actually adopt for. A much smaller scale saw for instance, but you know the basic concepts. Of of delegation and organization, I think are incredibly important and think I often do when I'm teaching people how to use the insect man systems like you shouldn't just be thinking about mitigation. Yes. Goal you want to mitigate this problem you want to restore service for users and bring everything back and but you can also ask other people to start things like start instant state documents start the incident retrospective start thinking about the future there's no reason people can't go into a side channel and start filling out. These gaps start figuring out what have we learned a ready? Let's catch everything right now while the responding engineers, which could be three, ten, twenty, it depends on the incident while they're focused on that have other people specifically assigned to just watch the communications and start documenting this. You don't have to wait for your incident retrospective meeting in three days or within five business days or whatever mandate by organization. There's literally no reason you have to wait for that and there's no reason to pigeonhole into that either. There are reasons. I like that idea a lot because there's the scribe part that you described, which is having assigning someone the work of keeping a record. But the other part I liked was you know if I have like a nosy manager or something and I need to keep them busy, I could give them that task. Also the only thing that I struggle with and I liked the allison to me that's a little bit I don't want. I. Never want to say it's more advanced but having an you, you've done this too. But having tried to bring a lot of organizations to even the basics of incident command sometimes it's it's a little bit of like progressive disclosure right as you're learning you know. You can't. You can't start by having this stuff overlap when you're still learning like to have that focus..
"heinrichs" Discussed on Arrested DevOps
"Right and so we dump a lot of resources every time we we have an incident of people time and sometimes software in sometimes cloud spend to get to that incident, and so we've done all this investment in. Have we gotten the most out of that investment that we can in? So one view of incident perspectives is that it's a way of harvesting. we missed during the incident in terms of capabilities for improving our organization people, learning things that maybe they missed in the moment on things like that. I think for me. One of the interesting aspects of incident retrospectives is really just it's kind of a dynamic and organic growth out of everything operations really is you know a you start with At. The absolute base level you have responding to tickets responding to interrupts general toil work and you get up to things that page you and pages are really just very high High intensity interrupts there are just high priority interrupts through just a ticket that really has to be addressed likely right now and sometimes pages resulting in. A simple thing that only you have to respond to, and sometimes they resulted in what we generally for Jews incidents, which is generally when you have to involve many people when a group effort when it is severe enough that you WanNa, make sure you record it in some way, and then after that, you want to learn from it. And it's really just the most sophisticated end of responding to ticket A ticket is just fixing the problem and incident response is just fixing a problem but you can do so in the best possible way instead of just clicking close and move onto the next thing and the best possible way that you can do that is by ensuring you're having the proper conversations with everyone possible to learn you can't. Also in line with what he was saying about an incident being an unplanned investment. John Osborne Richard Cook also like to say that an incident is an encoded message that the system is trying to deliver to you and when you're responding to an incident, you're not trying to decode the whole message just trying to Dakota. To fix the problem to get things back to normal operations but if you don't spend time to decode the rest of the message and unpack all of the information about your system, that's there. Then you're wasting the money that you spent on that incident, you're wasting by not taking advantage of this opportunity and I think I to take that to even the next thing which is like you said. Like during the incident, you're worried about fixing the problem and I'll I'll kind of challenge that verbiage a little bit which is actually during an instant. I don't even really care about fixing the problem. What I'm trying to do is restore service rivals trying to get things working, which is what you're saying but like I. But that's beauty of of having this instant retrospective is now we can say okay. But so so those are the two things that are necessary like to do good incentive response. You have to be able to say I'm not going to go down a rabbit hole of trying to figure out what's the best thing to do right now, and how do we fix this? Should this crime job be like this and all that you're just saying, let's get things working again. So that we can span we can do whatever, and you can do that as long as you have this kind of. Socio contract within your organization that you will then take time..
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