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"hickey" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

03:04 min | 11 months ago

"hickey" Discussed on Daily Pop

"Of even I want to wait till I'm married. I know that's so. That's okay. I want to wait till I'm married. I know what it feels like. So. I don't think I don't know. I'm so happy you dropped that so we didn't have to talk about taste. What's Zach? What's his name? Right? Right, right? Yeah. Exactly. Okay. Wow. Okay, I'm gonna find you somebody. No, well, anyway, what's the next news? Well, moving on to somebody who is not waiting 6 years, much less 6 weeks. Our 6 days. We are ready to camp and Pete are dating, but now it looks like Kim is marking her territory. The two of them were spotted in Santa Monica, hopping out of Pete's Lamborghini. How do you get that? Then going into a restaurant holding hands on the way out. Everyone noticed that mark on Pete's neck, and it looks like a Hickey. You think Kim is sending a message? I don't understand why you see a Hickey when she got on the fly. It's outfit ever. Like, why are we looking at Pete? Kim got a hose. Outfit on. Baby? 'cause she's always in a whole outfit and Pete doesn't always have a whole ass Hickey on his back. I saw that on daily mail last night and I was like, wow, she's like, she is giddy like a school girl. She is literally having fun. She is like sucking on this 20 year old man's next star in the back of this rash. That is a Hickey. I know it's been 6 years, but that is a Hickey. It's important though. That is a jawline where the hair is? Yeah, that is it spread maybe, but that's a Hickey. Let me tell you something. I could tell how old you are and from what generation you're from by how you react in a relationship. For Kim, she was 15 in 1995 and hickeys were all the rage. Okay. In the 90s. She looks so good. I'm like, oh my God, no hickies. No, he shows that you've been letting boys touch you. Here's the thing. You are absolutely correct. I think this is all fun and games right now. But at some point, and I feel like I can save this now. The kids are gonna get in the way. The kids. It's not even this beautiful baby. A hundred foot, by the way, this is what it's supposed to be. It's supposed to be like three to 6 months of just fun lust. Having fun letting her hair down relaxing like enjoying the light. Right now, not feeling so she's gone through so much with Kanye over the past few years. She's so much cloudiness. I don't think it's a Hickey. It matches his eye. No. Wait, you think he put the kids together? He played Cassidy, I think he didn't use concealer. That was actually. And they're having fun. She's just enjoying herself with him. This is not gonna be a long-term relationship. This is gonna be fun for a few months. Okay, I hope I know that she's enjoying herself. I just don't think that he knows that this is fun for you. Are you joking? You are a man. You know that he knows that it's fun for me. You think he's going to want to marry her and have he gets into that car? Are you with me? He doesn't know when he's with.

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"hickey" Discussed on Published...Or Not

Published...Or Not

04:58 min | 11 months ago

"hickey" Discussed on Published...Or Not

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There's something deeply <Speech_Female> unsettling <Speech_Female> if you're by yourself <Speech_Female> in that <SpeakerChange> kind of area. <Speech_Male> And <Speech_Music_Male> I kind of wanted to <Speech_Music_Male> play on that <Speech_Music_Male> and to think about <Speech_Music_Male> what has happened to all <Speech_Female> those women that have gone <Speech_Female> missing that we don't <Speech_Female> even know about. And <Speech_Female> women who are less privileged <Speech_Male> and perhaps <Speech_Male> are not white <Speech_Female> or, you know, <Speech_Female> <Speech_Male> how do <SpeakerChange> we play <Speech_Male> service to them? 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"hickey" Discussed on Published...Or Not

Published...Or Not

03:28 min | 11 months ago

"hickey" Discussed on Published...Or Not

"So I did that very purposefully. Because the actual body or the murder being investigated is of a man. The novel is actually a cold case investigation. 20 years after the event, but clues would be had to come across in the effect. Wouldn't they? Yes, and that was, of course, great for me as a writer because then I can, if the clues are hard to come by, then I sort of have to come up with things that are predominantly human so stuff like photographs rather than actual forensic evidence, which I would have needed if I had upset the crime in the present. So I was kind of, as I said, I'm not a crime person. And I don't know that much about crime. So it was easier for me that the clues are human and tangible, I suppose, rather than ones of a scientific nature. It was one of the early criticisms what I got back from my editor, not criticism suggestions that I did need more stuff for the forensics. So I had to kind of put a little bit more research and put those in later on in the novel. But certainly because it was 30 years away and the nature of the place where it's windy, you know, physical evidence could be lost quite easily in the desert. That was kind of a boon for me. Detective senior sergeant Mark areti is brought back from long service leave to investigate this cold case..

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"hickey" Discussed on Published...Or Not

Published...Or Not

04:42 min | 11 months ago

"hickey" Discussed on Published...Or Not

"Is something that is quite special and I think actually speaks to so much of the ways in which these communities were supported by those who understood the land and knew it and were in many ways devoted to country. It was speaks to a different type of devotion. You've covered all the devotions, possibly what happens when there's intense love when it's taken away. There's intense grief. It's interesting that I always end up writing about grief, but I do think it is one of those emotions that we are able to connect with across time. And I think it's also something which is largely inescapable, especially when you're looking at stories of people, you know, on a ship that 6 months who leave behind their home and then come to new places necessarily that's going to be separation. And grief and loss. But I think also the grief and the loss can speak to what we were talking about earlier just the sheer amount of diversion and love that is there in the marker of the depth of love. Hannah Kent's book devotion in part tells how devout lutherans immigrated to South Australia. But more so about two young women in the group who find friendship and committed love that follows them beyond the grave. Thank you very much, Hannah. Thank you so much for having me. And now, it's David's tone. Centralist Australia is remote and desolate. But that seems to accentuate the trauma caused by murder. Such is the case in migrant Higgins novel cutters end. So Margaret, welcome to three CR. Thank you, David. Thank you for having me. The landscape here plays an integral part in this novel. And I just want to read a little extract. It is quiet, isn't it? She said, and startled Mark wondered for a moment, if he'd spoken on ad. Together, they looked out the sliding doors to the land beyond the petrol valves. Thousands of kilometers in every direction of a vast and uncompromising land. Once she said, I found a woman's shoe out there in the scrub, just one shoe, he filtered that fluttering, deep in his chest, a shoe. He said, strange..

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"hickey" Discussed on Published...Or Not

Published...Or Not

04:09 min | 11 months ago

"hickey" Discussed on Published...Or Not

"And devotion can be committed love or it can be to religious fervor and the red keys, the family that are quite religious, ask the pastor to search the family home. What are they looking for? So we mentioned earlier the events and how many of them believe them to be superstitious. When taya's family arrive in the village of K, the small old Lutheran village in Russia. There are many people who believe that her mother Anna Maria because she is a wind, is somehow involved in things that are not quite appropriate for the church. She's a midwife. She's quite open about the fact that she uses many herbal cures. And as the time rolls on, people believe she is in possession of a grim one. A grandmother actually existed. In fact, we can find a copy in the state library of South Australia called the 6th and 7th books of Moses. And the reason why this suspicious of this is because even though the 7th book is largely this sort of compendium of herbal remedies, the first touches on things that do sort of speak to the occult. There's a conversation with Satan apparently. There is also the people in the book I suspect that there are ways that you might invoke demons for your assistance. And so they start to think that this woman, this vandan Maria holds his book, and this is why things are falling in her favor and as time rolls on where things don't work in theirs. And so it becomes a source of great conflict between the two families. I know you're good at research, so I had to do my own on 6th and 7th book of Moses and found out absolutely everything you said was really the controlling good fortune and good health or people contacting the dead. Anna Marie, the mother.

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"hickey" Discussed on Published...Or Not

Published...Or Not

05:47 min | 11 months ago

"hickey" Discussed on Published...Or Not

"Nature. Not people, and asks, were you listening again? Sorry. What does she listen to? So Matthias or Matthias is Hannah's twin brother, who sort of in an appalling RNA actually resembles their mother. Hannah doesn't look like anyone in her family. So all her internal concern about being so separate and so different and so othered is sort of manifest even in the way she looks like. But Maggie is being her twin. They share a recognition of each other and an acceptance of each other. And that is really the only person that Hannah feels that she can be herself with. But naturally, as they've gotten older, Matthias has been taken out into the world of fields and labor and Hannah's necessarily has to learn how to be a wife and mother. And so there is still distance between them. But Matthias is the probably the only person who remains curious about Hannah's ability to hear the world. And in the place, the part that you've quoted from their mathias is finds Hannah lying underneath the walnut tree in their Orchard and knows that she's not just lying there having a rest that she is engaged in this communion with nature that he is aware is so important to her. So Matty is really represents her really one true ally, especially in the face of her sort of her need to now suddenly re-engage in socialize with all the other girls her age in the village room don't accept her because they don't understand her. And really, neither does she then. We'll enter this community comes a new family. There is distrust as the mother is Wendy. So Ben's or when's now actually more predominantly known as sobs, whereas Slavic minority who lived in pressure at that time. They were sometimes suspected by other old Luther and communities. The vents were thought to be superstitious. They were rumored to believe in various folk tales and things like that that many other lutherans didn't believe were Christian. Some suspicion and distrust between those who were vendors or had a head of background and the Germanic old lutherans. They also have a daughter, just the one daughter. And fear, even her mother says about fear that she dances to her own music. So fear and harm become very good friends. Finally, the community can apply for passports to leave. And we're too heavy. We're too I was really interested in researching this aspect of the book because initially when so many of these pastors could deflate essentially and it had to leave some of them started going abroad to try and find financial assistance to try and coordinate and immigration of these congregations and communities whereby they would be able to practice their faith and freedom. And for this particular community in the book, their pastor is in London, and he meets a man who is willing to finance them, so long as they go to the colony of South Australia. So that is where they head out to. And the thought of going to such a different place are like this from devotion. It was like trying to imagine a new color. So many of these people had never even seen the ocean, let alone experienced a 6 month journey on C so it was 6 months of traveling difficulty, firstly, space, serious overcrowding, trunks of necessities have to be unloaded. There's problems with food, water, typhoid, and deaths. This part of the book is called before. What follows is after. And through circumstances, your writing changes from factual retelling into an imaginative visual love story..

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"hickey" Discussed on Kingdom Family Talks Podcast

Kingdom Family Talks Podcast

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"hickey" Discussed on Kingdom Family Talks Podcast

"I m lace at and welcome to indian sam off and i have this great. Great honor today to a whitney maryland. Hickey and i shouldn't say much. But i know that she has a big big birthday coming up and she did just look amazing on no. I've already had it. You only had it yes. I i am now ninety. Yeah now ninety. Wow that's sir happy birthday thank you thank you did you get the rot of god's that we made that i made for you the one yes idea. I did thank you so much. That was wonderful. Sorry you don't have a thank you note yet. No no no problem. I just suddenly realized. Wow a july king fast thanks. I want to take a few moments. Just hear a little bit of your journey. How did you actually get saved. An honor to get started in ministry well I began to have a desire to know. God and so i began to pray. You know and i said god where are you. What church are you in. And god said to me. I'm in the work. And that's when. I began to read the words so i would have been around. Eleven and i began reading the bible. And then you know later. I got into kenneth hagans ministry speaking the word and that was a great blessing to me and i think i got around faith people around them as much as i could and i was really blessed by that confluence that is amazing and did you have a baptism of the holy spirit early on yes i did. I was baptized in the holy spirit. In my early twenties. I met my husband and he was spirit filled and so actually he wouldn't marry me till i was spirit fills always denies that. But that's the. I'm telling you the truth that's beautiful. That's beautiful and tell me live at about your family. Are you talking about my children are your children. I know you were married and your husband has passed away and then you have a daughter nikki severance son-in-law and some grandkids i do i'm very blessed with my family. And the fact that they live here. And i live here. I get to see them..

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"hickey" Discussed on Dead America

Dead America

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"hickey" Discussed on Dead America

"They need than what i can actually give them and just talking to people understanding how we live together reaching out to our community where especially where we live. That's very important. We have so many people in dire straits now. This pandemic has put a lot of fear in the people and as leaders. We have to look beyond the rhetoric the hostilities and we have to kind of bring people together. What are some good ways to get people thinking about togetherness well you absolutely nailed it. If we learned anything from the pandemic that we're still you know navigating things start to open up you know. I hope the lessons learned is that disconnect and disruption they're bad for the soul They're bad for a sense of community and they force us into this isolation where naturally And this isn't a political thing. Naturally we tend to gravitate toward what we feel is is right. What we feel is is appropriate for ourselves. And so we we you know we sorta closed off to the world and and we weren't built that you know we we were built. We're tribal people were built together around the campfire and share stories and share lessons and learn from one. Another listen to one another. And so i think a as organizations and it's people. It's time to step out of what was and steph into what is now and how refined what will be And you. There are many many instances in our country in the world history where Things have tried to separate groups of people and and you don't be hickey major to go back and look at some of those things and there's only two ways to go You further isolation which ends in complete abject failure or Start moving and start talking to people and start getting out and start giving up yourself and listening Boy that's a skill. we all need to develop right. We we heard that row enough that you know. listen more. listen more. And i think that's It's almost a lost art..

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RNC Says One of Its Contractors Was Hacked

Cyber Security Headlines

02:24 min | 1 year ago

RNC Says One of Its Contractors Was Hacked

"Russian. Ap targets republican national committee bloomberg sources. Say the threat actors were part of. Ap twenty nine or cozy bear previously tied to the solo in supply chain attack and the democratic national committee breach of two thousand. Sixteen in response to the report rnc spokesperson. Mike reid said there is no indication. The rnc was hacked or any rnc information was stolen. Read went on to say an attack was detected but administrators acted to block all access to its cloud environment and furthermore with microsoft to review their systems white house urges mayors too review cybersecurity posture at a virtual meeting with the bipartisan. Us conference of mayors deputy national security adviser and neuberger urged us mayors to meet with state agencies chiefs to properly evaluate their cyber security posture. The biden administration also reiterated. They would provide additional resources for mayors to shore up defences with the fbi and cyber security and infrastructure security agency tasked to provide assistance. This comes as local and state. Governments are increasingly targets of ransomware with the fbi issuing a public service announcement about the growing threat last year. Incomplete print nightmare emergency patch released. Microsoft issued the out of band. Emergency patch to fix a critical vulnerability dubbed print nightmare in the windows. Prints buhler service that could allow remote code execution with system level access. The patch is available for windows server. Windows ten windows eight and windows seven after it was released security researchers matthew hickey and will dorman found that while the patch is effective at preventing the remote code execution. Flaw attackers could still use the local privilege escalation component to gain system privileges on vulnerable systems for older windows versions further analysis by other security researchers found that the entire patch could be mitigated if the point and print policy was enabled. More information on the cassia hat comes out according to the company's ceo. Fred viuhkola between eight hundred and fifteen hundred businesses have been impacted by the supply chain attack against the company although he acknowledged getting more exact figure is difficult. Since the customers of its customers were the ones most impacted. He also had no comment on whether the company was negotiating with the ransomware operators because said in talks with the white house. The company didn't see any national risk posed by the attack. The overall impact of the attack has been felt globally with coop supermarkets in sweden forced close as well as dozens of schools in new

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The Myths Around Feeding Your Kids

Food Issues

02:12 min | 1 year ago

The Myths Around Feeding Your Kids

"When we talk about feeding challenges what are the most common feeding challenges that parents come to you for a wide variety. Really the biggest one is probably poor. Take just not eating enough Often not necessarily by the parents estimate but often by the physicians that are in that child's life where they are looking at the child's weight gain and they're deciding it's not enough where that child may be tracking the first person tyler the second percentile and the medical professionals decided that. Just not enough or not Is you know as much as they would like. I look at the child and say well. The child looks really well-proportioned to me. You know are we. Are we really looking at this from the right angle hickey. Eating is a big challenge especially in toddlers in preschoolers. I have a lot of children with complex medical needs on my caseload. So i see a lot of children who are too fed Who are having in g. Tube so in the nose or they already have a g. tube in his stomach and then i do see a lot of infants for bottle-feeding or breastfeeding issues. What would you say are some myths or fall deeply held beliefs. That parents often have around feeding their kids. You know. I think my favorite one is that sugar makes kids hyper. Yeah i honestly. It's funny because no matter how many times i show like friends and family the actual evidence behind this. They're like yeah while. I don't believe that my my kid Absolutely more hyper when eight sugar and it's so funny because there's there's quite a few studies there's actually studied for nineteen ninety four that really definitively show that that's not the case They showed that the sugar in the diet did not affect the children's behavior. because there was police had placebos. They knew exactly which kids got sugar and which ones didn't but another study that followed that app in the same year. Show that the parents who expect sugar to affect their children. They interpret that that way so they expect sugar to be The the reason for higher activity levels and so that's what they believe

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"hickey" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"hickey" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"About having in studio gas number five is eye contact. Not being able to look at real faces for a year made my is more cross than they already are at number four. I missed the pre show. Green room kiki's with the gas. I know this is something you at home. Don't get to see but take my word for it. another note. This year was not picking up on the notes of a celebrity sent. This lady's smells co number. Three coming in at number two no more wifi drops by the gas the only drops i wanna see now or my gosh dropping tequila down there the number one by the way next week i'm going to do a list of the top five things about doing the show alone but that's the number one thing i missed about having in studio guests is my favorite clubhouse tradition. The jimmy fallon shot ski. Guess what we've never done shots on sunday night. Come on over here ruse of any night raw. Okay i remember. I wanted to join us tomorrow night after below sailing. Daisy after show presented by hard seltzer along guys. Thank you the podium. An olympic podcast from nbc. We'll bring you deep into the stories and events that have defined the games past and will define the tokyo games but will also give you an intimate look into the unseen details that only the athletes themselves can tell giant inflated boots come up your tends to ford the medals and the trophies. That's something that will automatically to airport security is. What's in your bag. Oh it's a will tune in for weekly episodes. Wherever you listen to podcasts. We are so a deuba and john. Benjamin hickey here they starting. Hbo and hbo max. John's movie sublet is out in select theaters now over at the bar the shark with white claw hard flavors just in time for summer blackberry strawberry and pineapple. If you think the gay shark is excited. You're right okay. Guess what we have some more members of our virtual audience here. Here's lisa and joey from manhattan with a question for us. Oh hey you to hang guys. It's like a party. what's right. I loved the show cy. It's amazing on my question is certainly so were you satisfied with the way crazy is a story ended during the final season of orange is the new black and could you see the show having a spin off prequel series and the future interesting. I mean it kinda runfola. It ran for like thirty seasons. Right thirty five go on. Are there more you're right. I could say. Listen anything's possible. Jaji what we know for for sure and find stories and great at telling stories. Endless stories was a happy with the way crazy. Is suzanne story ended. Yeah because that was how her story was meant to complete you. You never know how long it's gonna go And i think she. I loved her so much. That was just happy to you..

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"hickey" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"hickey" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"He squad right is going to ask me trivia questions about my good friend benjamin icky for every wrong answer. He gets to squirt my face with this dazzled spray bottle. Okay see i thought. I knew all the trivia but i didn't know about that about that actor being addicted to you okay. Who so. what's the first question first question. When john was fifteen years old. He drove his mom's car without a license and ended up totally totally true or false. I think that's false bay cute. Yes okay. I'll wait until we know whether it's sure phone. Yes every after if he had to. What would john rather give up oral sex cheese. Oh that's a good question. I think he would rather give up cheese true half. John loves his way around aura. Sorry on a scale of one to ten. What did john say. Oh i think he said it's freak number is ten six. Say thank you you are not. Oh my god okay. Yes number four. What is john's most prized possession. His most prized possession are his dog. Yeah dogs dogs. Yeah i mean. I wouldn't say most prized possession as my son. He's not a joke. Yeah okay when you say that most not yes. Okay next sidebar. Don't like session. Hard to control talk on zoom that well okay yes five. It is opinion. what would you say. It's this is your worth at bad habit. That i'm that. I have a short attention span. Their number six. Andy do you believe that can name any three real house. Yeah i think he can name three okay named.

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"hickey" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"hickey" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"By the way. Did you watch the original treatment. Not before doing the show. Because i wanted to like dress right. You know what i mean. So did you watch after. I've just started a really interesting. You know i was. I'm so obsessed. And it's the rule of your lifetime and it's the role of your lifetime and you're both so great but the other thing is your characters such a good therapist. I'm like ooh she is really good. Thank you thank you. She has her own stuff going on. She also has good. She has great clo- obsolete. Well that wardrobe costume designer tiffany house. Warren was fierce. I have say and you can get it look really good you know john and i had cove it at the same time. I may have gotten for more. You may giving it to me. Yes exactly we were. It's true we were together a lot we were together. We've found out like six nights in a row before we both were struck with covid. But you got in crazy shape. During cova post covid would was able to take time off to feeling better. And how did you get so much time off us. By the way manager character. A mass in the hot hot mess straight guy just fresh out of prison. Yes and the world changed while he was there and he's pissed off he's no longer. Yeah i just love it that he comes into every session like being really nice like i love the work and then he's like we have virtual viewer questions for john. Yours caitlyn from austin who has a question for ouzo caitlyn eighty. Hi jen i i. Question is through those stunning. By the way. I know have you heard from anyone in the original prints cash since he played phoebe and the virtual imagining last year. And was your favorite moment from doing that. People read great question. yes. I talked to a lot of those women regularly each week. Have you heard from any of the original photo from the original yet. no no i have. Not but the best part of in that table read was bringing such an iconic show back to life in a different perspective which was pretty awesome. That's jerry here's katie from sadler california with a question for john yes katie. Hi andy ouzo. Hi john so john. I loved your new movie. Sublet and spoiler alert. Your ass. looks fantastic. I wanted. What's your question. i'm sorry it's is. Yes i wanted to know if you did any manscaping or changed your workout routine. Once he found out that you were going to be doing you'd see not only did i. Not man scape or a workout. I shot that movie in tel aviv. Israel and it's one of the great food destinations of the world and by the time we got to that scene. I really had gained a considerable amount of weight. So i was. I was john's naked in everything looking forward to seeing a few shows you know exactly wouldn't be so out of character to do that. Ouzo raquel jay wants to know of anyone from the cast of the wiz live heard from diana ross performance. We know if she approved. Did we hear from her. I don't know i have not heard any. Okay okay. let me know if you do carly k. e. mail. John said you've been on every single version which law and order was your favorite and least favorite to work on the one. The mothership okay with regional order. Yeah they call the mother ship and then criminal intent was my least favorite and why was criminal into the actor who was the star. That mean to me very mean to me really about names will not be. You know you can google it okay. Who was the star of criminal intent. Does it matter vincent enough. Rio doesn't yes it does i. You've never told me this. This is a great segue. Because you know it's liberating to be able to safely gather in the clubhouse without mass. But if i screw this next part up i'm gonna get a face full of hickeys droplets. It's time to play..

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Here's The Deal With The United Center Vaccination Site In Chicago

Chicago Tonight

03:58 min | 1 year ago

Here's The Deal With The United Center Vaccination Site In Chicago

"Let's start with governor pritzker. This is what he had to say today about. The vaccine roll out in illinois has neighboring michigan announces. That it will open. Vaccinations everybody starting. In april as we have promised here in illinois and as we have been promised by the federal government that we would reach one hundred thousand doses per day by the middle of march. We've arrived mike flannery. The president says everybody's going to be eligible by may first governor pritzker says we're game here in illinois. Do you believe it i do. I think they the after a rough start. I talk peres. Says a guy who went around to the walmart and cvs is and the to supercenter over one hundred eighth woodland asking. Have you got any leftover back. Seen vaccines for the poor. Things have really gotten a lot better. I've got both my doses of the pfizer vaccine. I think this thing is finally on track. And i see mike flannery down there in beverly get your green tie in the irish flag. You're getting ready for a certain holiday in a few weeks. Megan hickey there's been a lot of confusion at the united center about who exactly has been eligible. The city has changed. Its eligibility standards because so many folks from outside of chicago or signing up as of now who is eligible to get the vaccine at the united center right now. They're still in the one. A one b Young people within the city limits and really the rules changed in the middle of the game because obviously when people started signing up it was a much broader eligibility than that and that was honestly source of a lot of confusion over the weekend and even into monday and tuesday because you know the the eligibility requirements changed in a lot of the people who maybe were outside of chicago who had signed up. Were confused they do. What does my appointment still count. If i go there you know my still going to be able to get my second dose. Are they going to say good luck. Find it somewhere else so there were just a lot. We were getting a lot of confusion about that and you know that on top of some scheduling issues. People getting error messages when they were trying to sign up. You know saying oh no actually. Your appointments been rescheduled and then another email saying disregard that that email was was not It's not accurate so meghan or those. Yeah i'm still ongoing. Or if they have the iron those out we're hearing less you know less confusion about it. I'm i'm not certain that it's been entirely ironed out. I know we asked how many people got error messages. How many people were involved in that which we never actually got a hard number on that but just being out there. I was at the united center. Monday on tuesday monday. Even before you know nations had started a lot of people were complaining about that. But i will say once. They made their way through the vaccination processing came out on the other end. They were so grateful and hopeful and almost had forgotten that they were so Set before they had gone into. Get their shot in greg pratt part of this roll out. The city says now they will be reaching out to the hardest hit zip codes to urge people to come to the united center to get their vaccination. Is that helping at all. drive up the equity numbers. Yeah i think so. I think the making it eligible for neighborhoods like south shore little villages. Ellison is is clearly going to drive that up there are people from those neighborhoods who are signing up for it I think that that's been very helpful. That was major problem in the beginning. It's less of a problem but it's probably one of those things that without more. Without ongoing targeting an ongoing efforts aimed at reaching those communities can very easily all off. Which would be bad. So it's so it's so they're they're working consciously work on an and that's probably a good thing

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From Australia to Canada, how Indigenous people are coping with isolation one year into the pandemic

Unreserved

04:27 min | 1 year ago

From Australia to Canada, how Indigenous people are coping with isolation one year into the pandemic

"It has been almost a year since the covid. Nineteen outbreak was declared a pandemic. it's an anniversary. I'm sure many of us are not too happy to celebrate. This year has been a real challenge in the pandemic has fundamentally changed our lives but many folks have found ways to not let isolation get the best of them. I know so many people out there all around the north. Were ready to support you. I think a good storyteller reminds you that all storms pass. We've been here before but we can help to route at resilience and make them more aware of how strong young folks are this week. Unreserved how indigenous people are turning to digital communities storytelling and culture feel connected to squash those isolation blues cleo denny writer richard van camp has essentially been on a one book a year pace for two decades his latest called gathered share some secrets to great storytelling and it includes seven stories. Elders from his community have shared with him. Richard is here with us now to talk about his new book and how storytelling can help fight and banished loneliness especially during this pandemic. he joins me now from edmonton. Welcome back to the show. Richard musi cho- feeling sal. My see my friends thank you. So let's party. yes let's party. So can you tell us about your latest book gather. Oh thank you. Must he chose so. Gather really an exploration of my journey as a storyteller. For those of you. Who don't know my name. Is richard van camp. I m c show denny. I was born and raised in fort. Smith northwest territories treaty. Eight country goes born in nineteen. Seventy one and i was raised in a town. It was. It's the maty capital of the northwest territories if it's paradise schwartzman throws territories officially quadri-lingual so bush cre- dna a french and english spoken at any given time. And when i graduated from high school i ran. I went from hero to zero. Because i had no idea what i wanted to do. No idea at all. I wanted to be a break dancer. I wanted to be a minjah. i was nineteen. I had a mullet. Some pinch hickeys. And i actually had a real existential crisis. I had a midlife crisis at nineteen. Cause i was like what am i gonna do. Who am i supposed to be. And i saw that. They were looking for drivers for the handy bus. They were looking for volunteers. And when i saw that on the green screen in fort smith northwest actors. The bango channel. I realized that that was what i was going to do. I was going to volunteer. I'll start driving the elders around. Because i was a really good canadian. Really good treaty indian. I was a really good person. I was a former. But i was a really poor ki- chou denny. I didn't know anything about our language. I knew a little bit of butter culture through our mother. But you know i was so busy having fun growing up by what i realized when i showed up to begin my apprenticeship as a handy bus driver in fort smith northwest territories to the matriarchs to the lighthouses to the mama. Bear's portsmouth arthritis territories. And i'm talking about irene centers. Dora toronto seraphine evans. Emilia gate tricks. I'm talking about the sweethearts of our community. They could see right away. That i was a really hollow indigenous person culturally and that i was searching and they took me under their wings and it was bingo runs. Hospital runs medical runs. It was trips to cancers in the northern store and trips to the landslide to watch the pelicans return it was through those driving shuttling and careering the royalty of our community wherever they wanted to be that they started sharing their stories with me so gather is really about what i learned. The smartest thing. I ever did belan was i realized a few months into apprenticeship as the handy bus driver. Fort smith risk territories. No one was recording our elders. Nobody because the mistake we make as we think everybody is going to be here forever. And so i remember explicitly having this. Oh my god. If i don't record our elders and get these stories downs. I think we're going to. We're not gonna have this opportunity my message with gatherings. Don't wait to record your heroes. Honor them now.

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Arkansas Senate approves bill banning nearly all abortions

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Arkansas Senate approves bill banning nearly all abortions

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting the Arkansas Senate approves a bill banning nearly all abortions the Arkansas Senate voted Monday to approve a bill banning nearly all abortions in the state the mostly party line vote was twenty seven seven with one Democrat joining the majority Republicans in voting for the measure and Republican Senate president Jim Hickey joining Democrats voting against it the measure now goes to the Republican majority house according to the pro abortion rights Guttmacher institute Arkansas is one of thirteen states were outright abortion bans have been proposed to this year last week south Carolina's governor signed a law banning most abortions but Planned Parenthood immediately sued challenging the measure hi Mike Rossio

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Pelosi names 9 impeachment managers

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:51 min | 1 year ago

Pelosi names 9 impeachment managers

"Democratic leadership in the house has unveiled this list of Nine democratic congressmen and women they've assigned to basically the proceedings in in the senate trial. If the president is indeed impeach tomorrow will be the house impeachment managers who essentially prosecute the president before the senate the list that we just got. includes Congressman jamie raskin of maryland congressman diana to get of colorado congressman. David selena island congressman joaquin. Castro of texas congressman. Eric swallow of california congressman. Ted lieu of california representative stacey plastic from the us version islands congressman joe goose of colorado and representative madeleine dean of pennsylvania. Again those house managers for the impeachment. These second impeachment of president trump just name tonight by house democratic leadership joining us now. New york congressman hickey jeffries. Who is chairman of the democratic caucus. He of course served as an impeachment manager reading. they're throwing the first impeachment. Trial is member of the house. Judiciary committee and a senior member leadership congressman jeffries. It's nice to see you. Thank you for being here tonight with rachel. I've been trying to keep our viewers up to date as up to the minute as i can on proceedings and what's happening in congress and what's expected to happen. Is there anything that's evolved late tonight that we should know about what expectations should we set or or do you and your colleagues want to set in terms of what people are gonna see happen late tonight and tomorrow. We moving forward with the fierce urgency of now to bring a ballot one singular objective which is to make sure that donald trump is removed from office expeditiously. Because he's a clear and present danger to the health safety and wellbeing of the american people.

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Protesters resist city's effort to remove people from Seattle's Cal Anderson Park

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:21 min | 1 year ago

Protesters resist city's effort to remove people from Seattle's Cal Anderson Park

"Festive and threatening at Seattle's Cale Anderson Park right now, where police want to evict homeless campers and protesters vowed to stop them come most. Corwin Hickey is there and joins us live. Esther because there's music playing and small fires burning as protesters still the park in anticipation of a plan sweep planned by the Seattle Parks Department so they can effect cleanup and repairs and enforced by Seattle police who have made their presence known around the part Now the police have not yet moved in. But I've personally been physically threatened by an activist who objected to my presence. He told me. He's lucky. He's a well known public figure, although I don't know who he is. Lucky. I'm a public figure. Yes, Yes, I I wasn't wasn't known. known. I I would've would've been been enough enough to to last last out. out. You You could could walk walk away away not, not, you you know, know, not not What? What? Mr Mr Playboy. Playboy. Well, Well, I I did did walk walk away away in in spite spite of of a a bluster bluster there, there, and and so I am back to safety. After that encounter, these activists are charged up. Obviously, they don't want these campers to be evicted from the park, where many of them have lived for the past seven or eight months. Live on Capitol Hill, Corwin Heiko Mona also apparently don't want overhead views of all of this, and we've heard from our television side that the news helicopter had to move out of the area. Because some of those on the ground were pointing a laser athm Well, today's

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Voters overwhelmingly back ‘Right to Repair’ ballot question

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Voters overwhelmingly back ‘Right to Repair’ ballot question

"Massachusetts also among those having ballot questions, and we do have one side declaring victory on those questions. The BBC's Carl Stevens is here has been watching these ballot questions, Carl Good evening. Ben. Tommy Hickey is chairman of the Massachusetts right to repair coalition. He did claim victory this evening, and it was shortly after the polls closed. Ah, yes Vote on ballot question number one, giving repair shops across Massachusetts access to a wireless data on cars and trucks when we have more than 1600 independent repair shops in 40,000 employees across the state Thank you, Massachusetts Butters for giving us this great Victor. That's question number one been, but question Number two is still up in the air with a little more than

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Small Town Ravished By Alejandro

The Topical

00:59 sec | 2 years ago

Small Town Ravished By Alejandro

"Tragic update on a story we've been following for several days now authorities say that last night the small coastal town of Cape Charles, Virginia was completely ravished by Alejandro and that it may take years for residents to fully recover from the erotic Devastation brought on by his passionate lovemaking joining us now from Cape Charles is Marcy Hammond. Thanks, Leslie, Alejandro, Sandalwood cologne still in the air this morning as rescue crews work to clear the roads of the many bras and panties one off by lustful residents last night experts say Alejandro who's been traveling up the coast from Mexico, maybe the most dangerous heartthrob to pass through the area in twenty-five years the hot-blooded lover made landfall two days ago sweeping hundreds of men and women off their feet with his exceptionally charismatic personality Marcy before we go any further are the good people of Cape Charles safe this morning. Well, the Red Cross says that while residents are dishevelled and breathless from their incredible night of ecstasy injuries are minimal outside of a few hickeys and fingernail scratches still.

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Navigating the NICU with Nurse Tori

The WoMed

04:28 min | 2 years ago

Navigating the NICU with Nurse Tori

"Nurse Tori Welcome to the woman. I'm so happy to finally have you on here. Oh my gosh. Danny, thank you so much for having me I. I'm thrilled I'm excited. When I message like I've been missing the nick you can. We discussed and having Nikki episode, and of course, you were like Hell Yeah let's do it. Please I love it. I'm so excited reminisce about Nikki life plus it's Nikki awareness month which I didn't know of and I feel very ashamed of myself made twelve years and the. Only. Thing it's not you know I think it was established. Let's say I don't know couple of years ago. For making. Thank you. Know it's become a thing love so Well, that's amazing because I know we had like a Nikki nurse day right around there like okay. Hers also, November, which is like free maturity awareness month. So we're kind of all over the place just establishing Mon- says everything CAPEX. Nikki. Nurse. Day there's also I wanNA see. There's like now they're kind of breaking down day in. September. For the end of the month like twenty, seven, Twenty, eight, twenty, nine all are dedicated to different aspects of the nick you so. Love that. Yeah, it's pretty neat. It's special. So this is actually really cool. It's a cool month for late I would say the nurses, the doctors, the RT's, and then also courts the families and. The pass babies or pass patients than accused of reminisce and yeah. So like every year mild hospital would have a day where all the parents could come who had lost a child in the nick you and then they have like like. Not like a religious but like kind of like a reunion like A. Goodwill prayer you know type thing and you know some of the nurses could go down and like the families could go and like reunite with them. Does your hospital do anything like that? Yes. Oh, a couple of different hassles I worked have done things like that. I would say the most consistent thing I've seen that most hostels do and participate in is the march of dimes. Yes. Where you can do that some hustles will have separate time to do a reunion but the is a pretty condescending where you know we could raise funds or a walk and kind of I would say the one big time that we do our hustle also does do. It's a walk in the park and dots because we're near. Disneyland. Rona we were able to do it where. And nurses and doctors who ever wanted to go could go do walk in the park together and it sort of like a day to remember everything and should be together and so that's actually a pretty cool things well so. That's so lovely. Yeah, it's really special. I. Mean. Especially when you are, you know working with these families as you know for up to in the nick you up to a year really or more. Yeah. Exactly be restocked relationships you know yeah, and I feel like. That's kind of one of the things that really sets and Nick you apart from working in other areas of the hospital. Yeah I would agree even having some more recently I was working as a critical care. Nurse so I was working. Hickey NICU'S TV ICU arcologies. And it was a really interesting interesting thing to see the differences in the dynamics of the unit. So for example. I would say sort of. A, little bit more like that. Fast. Like you're you're out they you know primarily drink surgeries console. It's very fast paced. It's different or traumas and things like that. Is Nick you you know we really do have not long-term relationship. I would say similarly oftentimes on college, we'll have kind of relationship with their patients while actually. So that's true. That's true.

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DOJ won't reveal congressional candidate who asked for, received hacked info on their opponent

60 Minutes

08:45 min | 2 years ago

DOJ won't reveal congressional candidate who asked for, received hacked info on their opponent

"With less than 100 days before the presidential election. U. S intelligence officials are warning that Russia and other adversaries are once again interfering in our democratic process. In 2016, Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered his intelligence agencies to create chaos in our system, using a combination of social media manipulation, propaganda and other dirty tricks. President. Trump's Justice Department currently has at least two open cases against Russian citizens for disrupting the 2016 presidential and congressional elections. As we first reported last November, 12 Russian military officers are still at large, charged with breaking into the Democratic Party's computers in 2016. Stealing compromising information and selectively releasing it to undermine specific candidates. There's no evidence of similar operations against Republicans in 2016. With the 2020 election's just around the corner. Ah cautionary tale, the Russian hack. The Russians never left. I can guarantee you in 2016. After this all into news. They never left. They didn't stop doing what they're doing. This wasn't just a one time thing. No way. Russia doesn't do it that way. Robert Anderson should know. He spent 21 years inside the cloak and dagger world of spies and hackers overseeing the FBI's counterintelligence and cyber divisions. And tracking Moscow spy agencies, an alphabet of artifice, the FSB S V, R, and especially the G R U G. RU is military intelligence. So when we look at the attacks that happened during a presidential Races in 2016. You had military organisations inside of Russia attacking our infrastructure. So are the hackers or are the soldiers? So they're both on in most cases in most these units or not just hackers. They're probably some of the best mathematical minds in Russia. These air seasoned professionals that have worked away up the ranks to be in these units. To carry out the strategic attacks on behalf of that country. These are the hacker soldiers from G R U unit 26165, who, according to the Justice Department were responsible for breaking and entering into the Democratic Party's computers remotely from Moscow. Their names, ranks and faces are now on the FBI's most wanted list for stealing, among other things, the Democrats, strategic plans detailed targeting data and internal polling. G R U Colonel Alexander also joke commanded a separate unit. 744551 of his officers was in charge of spreading this stolen material to political operatives, bloggers and the media. Another hack state election boards. It wasn't some £400 guy in his parents Basement. No, this was a well choreographed military operation. With units that not only were set up specifically to hack into obtain information, but other units that were used for psychological warfare or weaponizing that this is not an operation that was just put together haphazardly. So that was the 26165 unit. The Justice Department's National security division is overseeing the Russian hacking case once they're doing that keystroke monitoring, Assistant Attorney General John Dimmers runs the division. Along with the deputies, Adam Hickey and Sean knew DOJ attorney Heather Al Pino worked with special counsel Mueller on the Russian indictments all have access to the underlying intelligence and have no doubt the rush. Shins interfered in the 2016 election. This really happened. Yes, that really happened. And we believe that if we had to, we could prove that in court tomorrow, using only admissible non classified evidence to 12 jurors. You ever expect to get the 12 Russian officials The trial. I would be surprised, But the purpose of the indictment isn't just that, although that's certainly one of the purposes, the purposes of this kind of indictment is even, uh, to educate the public. For a legal document. The 29 page indictment is a page Turner It. Details how U. S intelligence agencies tracked each defendant's actions, sometimes by the keystroke, revealing the fictitious names and phony emails used to infiltrate the Democrats, computers. And tracing the stolen data on its circuitous route from Washington, D. C. To Moscow. The information in the indictment is very detailed. You have descriptions of the Russian agents. Typing. Into their computers. Obviously, I can't go into too much detail because I don't want to reveal investigative methods. But the inside here is that behind every one of those Keyboard's is not night P address. It's a human being those indicted G R U agents. The U. S. Says one team, working out of a building in Moscow called the Tower created a website and a provocative character to disseminate this stolen material. Lucifer 2.0 So goose over 2.0 is a fictional online persona. It's all an effort. The Russian side to hide their involvement. And these guys are pretending to be one lone hacker. Correct, and that works. What it gives them is plausible deniability. Right. They don't need to work 100% as long as the Russians, Khun say. Wasn't us. Posing as goose A for 2.0. The Russians offered up stolen documents to Julian Assange, Jas wiki leaks and self proclaimed dirty trickster Roger Stone. It was all part of a broad campaign to disrupt the presidential election. But there was another less well known part of the Russian operation to undermine Democrats running for Congress. It started as large document dumps where goose for 2.0 was kind of taunting and saying, I have more Kelli Ward Burton was executive director of the D. Triple C. The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. When the Russians hacked the committee's computers, these bullet points at the top are the summary for how we need to win. They swiped and dumped on the Internet material, she told us cost millions of dollars to produce. Battle plans for congressional races, demographic research on voters and extensive dossiers on the weaknesses of their own candidates. So when we deliberate internally about anything, you know that's not intended to be made public, and that's what makes this so important to understand these as stolen documents. It's not different than Watergate. It's not different than When Republicans came into the DNC and stole documents from the file cabinets. It's the cyber version of that they came into our office and they stole Our documents. Documents were never intended to be public. And then they used that in the election, even Democrat party bosses or questioning his character. Ward was shocked when Republicans used the stolen internal materials in this negative ad. We reach out to them and ask them, you know, we way, said We've been the victims of a cyber attack by a foreign adversary. Will you make a commitment not to use any of these stolen materials in In the campaigner in the 2016 election, and they wouldn't make a commitment to do so, she says. In the months leading up to the elections, Russian tactics evolved, the indiscriminate document dumps became more frequent and strategic. There would be thousands of documents that would show up on one day and then they got smarter and he started to really specific documents. Related to our specific races or documents that were in art most targeted states and are most targeted areas.

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"hickey" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"hickey" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Terrible. So I did that, and he cried in the coffee shop for 15 minutes. While everyone stared at us. I felt so bad. I waited with him outside, as he called his mom and cried to come get him little We're going over a survey that ask people to share their most cringe E dating moments that they remember from their teenage years. Text it to 78592 and tell us what's yours A bunch to come in number four says When I was 13 I went to the movies with a girl afterwards when my mom picked me up. I told her about my first kiss. It was just the pack, but she flipped the F L. Mom did. She immediately called the girl's parents on chewed them out. Quote, raising a skank means to say that girl never spoke to me again. My first high school boyfriend had this crazy mother and her name was punky. I'm not blind, and she were terrible blue eyeliner, and she sat me down and gave me the skank lecture. No deserve it. I was a virgin when she didn't go lady yourself. What? What did you hear what you do to start that I just made out with their sons? Yeah, I was like we were seniors in high school. I had no faith in me. She was like, Look, here's a bunch of condoms. Whatever happens, good luck. Number number three says When I was 15 I created a new email account to send an anonymous love letter to a cute girl from my class. That is so creepy. Now if you got no watch, but well, you know, that's like a classic. Go to like from your secret admirer. Tell him But you don't want to tell him. You don't want the rejection. Write Thie. Only problem was my fault. Name was in the email so not so anonymous, their number two says in middle school. I was making out with my girlfriend at her house and accidentally gave her a hickey a TTE the time I didn't know what it wass. It just looked like her neck was swollen and bruised. So I ran downstairs and told her parents something was wrong when her father went upstairs and saw the mark on his daughters. Glared at me so hard. I nearly peed. I'm cringing. I killed Maybe embarrassed. Yeah. Reminds me in high school. Did you guys ever do this? I gave myself a hickey wants to try and impress.

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"hickey" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

07:38 min | 2 years ago

"hickey" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"So for those of you who this might be your first episode The Mary question so j Armstrong is a honors English teacher in the Philadelphia Area and every year his seniors he takes two days and they take down the song thunder road and they break it down as a point they include. He Compares It to Robert Frost the road not taken. They look at all the lyrics they look at the imagery, the symbolism of the song, and then at the end of the two days, he looks at his class and says, does Mary, get in the car so that was your homework. Andrew doesn't marry get in the car at the end of thunder road. I'm going to answer for this because. I, my wife is a much more of a springsteen from the I. I. Know Springsteen's work I liked some of it but I Very much licks person and springsteen is more of Olympics than an. Music thing. So I've got half a dozen of his albums. But my wife's a big. Big Fan. And so when I mentioned, it was coming on the show I mentioned some but she said, yes, of course, of course, she does. I said not paid. That okay. I'll just say nothing. No No, no is an actual question. The answer seems obvious to me. So my wife. Of course of course, she does and she knows me having listened to it myself. I would actually go for the over. I. I. Believe the intent is that she gets in the CAR I My reading of the author's intent is this gets into Cobb at the end my reading of the song is. That's I couldn't get it for more of a musical than a liberal point of view that. Sound. That musical style that big Phil Spector will sound kind of kind of style I. My associations with that of always songs of tnn on offs. CanNot cannot be fixed. It the song isn't he hit made it felt like a case and things like this. These very negative. So my mind meeting. Is a meeting is that the music is meant to sound triumphal and it's meant to sound like yes she's GonNa get in the car. My Associations with that style of music maybe say that no, she isn't that this is all a hopeless dream and think is going to caveat being exactly as his So I will I love that answer in fact I I. Kind of gave an answer ahead someone recently say it depends Jesse if the full band plays thunder road, the musical at the end with the saxophone is triumphant them driving off together. When he does it Solo and you win at the end when he's kind of humming. Him Driving Way sad because she didn't get in the car. And I said I. Love that. No. We're it's about a sixty forty switch mostly sixty percent of the people say yes. Almost all. Female listeners say, yes and I think partly that's because they think it's Bruce asking them to get in the car. The protagonist Sh. And I think that is fair. That is absolutely great Andrew. This has been a joy to me. I hope you have had as much fun as I have Willia-. Talk to me if people want to reach you how can they and talk about how they can get the podcast and your books? Okay the PODCAST is available at five hundred songs dot Com. That's On Efi podcast platform Google podcast, apple PODCASTS, whatever it's called a history of rock music in five hundred songs. I also have a Patriot at Patriot dot com slash Andrew Hickey by name was both hatred C. K.. E. Y.. I do ten minute bonus episodes every week to go along with the podcast a different song. So, if you've tried the podcast in like it, that's can get these extra tim bonus podcasts. My books can be found by searching my name on your favorites. online bookstore Amazon Koba. Will Bounce Nobler. Whatever I won't listen I did my first book is called the Beatles in mono, it's not very good. I'm in the process of revising doesn't putting out a second edition his good. So built by that one, it's I don't stop by ten years ago. It was the first thing I vote at looking back on his aides I'm doing a full out the full of Vive should hopefully be out in about six so if you really want to wait until that and get a good One but the other books have left on books on the Beach Boys, the kinks the monkees I did one on the LA scene generalize for people like the in the keys but also people like Frank Zappa kept the Bay Fox Joni Mitchell. That was called California dreaming, and that's very much the same. Sort of trial one for the PODCAST on a much smaller scale. I did about conductor who I've also a few novels and various other things devil on any online bookstore as far as getting with me probably the most reliable again, which is through the Patriot. If you're a Patriot bag because I always make sure reply to every message, they're book. I. Have a personal account Hickey writer which I wouldn't recommend following unless you want to see me doing the phone compare things like that. That's just what anything. Is a twitter account specifically for the PODCAST which is. Five hundred. Five hundred, the number songs podcast. So, if you, if you follow that, you'll you'll just say dates about podcast about things relating to music. In this morning, there was a wonderful discussion because someone asked You about. The by. They asked about abandoned. I do not remember the band now or the musician, and you said you were very kind a very honest about that You know there is a bias of California rock because of the rolling stone editor in the. Founders of the hall of fame. I was asked about Johnny in particular specifically. On for those listens to don't know Johnny rivers was very big in the the sixties for the most famous thing you did these days is a secret agent man the the thing to for for the convention. If this show secret agent which investments danger on another different team books, he was a huge. At he he was very much a Hollywood music style didn't write which of his own material may be any He was very well known for playing Hollywood nightclubs and so on and Young winner is basically in control of who gets in the buck and Roll Hall of fame and Yam. Wen still has this. Is still stuck. In this idea. He was like twenty, one, twenty, two that the bill, a certain thing called real rock music and the real rock music is. As close as possible to the grateful dead Jefferson airplane. These San Francisco bands it came up in the late sixties and anything from anything from La and Hollywood is fake and plastic and meal. Books on the beach boys in the monkees, you can imagine what Michael Dot Com. And.

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"hickey" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

08:11 min | 2 years ago

"hickey" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Conversely I don't want to do is say this person. Did this horrible thing. That full that because. Even. Even if he was at times worse than he was johnny be good would still have been by the most influential Michael made it would still be carried on influencing people. I'm you have to you have to acknowledge that as well? You have to acknowledge these things and in most of these cases as I've said. I say that when monsters and they of them also. Know what no one is any one thing a very few people have any thing and I I'm trying to tell her story I'm trying to. Can't give the. I. I. Don't I don't know these people personally I've I've I've. I'm trying to say listen what happened and I've tried to give. Honesty is very important to me. You know if I think John Lewis is a monster who Quite possibly was responsible for killing at least one of his wives. So certainly, he married a fourteen year old girl, you know. The Did a number of other horrible things. I'm I'm not going to ignore those things. I'm not gonNA say generally Lewis was a great bloke but I'M GONNA say To shaking goat listen a great Oscar now. You have to both to to tell the story. You know I think from my perspective as a fan in you know and that's all I can say, I, think you walk that line very well. I. Think that's a really good. All right. We're going to change just for a moment. I Like I said we've hit an hour I. Don't know how I don't want to stress your time but I have to spend a couple of minutes You are passionate about doctor who on my twitter account I go I am I am passionate about Bruce springsteen and doctor who Got Ask you a little bit Your doctor. Well my doctor in that sense that people have is almost certainly Colin Baker. I, which is an unusual one but he was the doctor when I was about seven, he was the doctor. I I watched the WHO from being tiny tiny kids I have very vague memories of Tom V. Generating into pizza books as far as. I have sort of memories of whole stove e and the events in them and so on. It was calling Baker. You know I still have a little bit at trauma, but my parents taped over my beat beat video of revelation of the daleks takes seaquake. I always get. Remembrance confused the calling Baker on the. But? The graveyards Yak that one is still have still have little. A little against my parents taking. But Yes, Colin is my doctor in that sense and I also think he is terrifically underrated. Doctor I think his episode stand up a lot better than people give them credit for I think there are also two. Reasons the reasons he is dismissed the nothing to do with what's actually on the screen at if I was doing a history of doctor who five hundred thing then I could go into that mobile, it would take. But I. Also, I have a very passionate hotmail. Tom. Baker I'm for in those well, I think those those. I can watch any story with any of those. Enjoy it. You know. So I do next everywhere a podcast where Charles, skaggs and I discuss we we always do the new episodes when yeah, it current and then we go back and we selectively and just couple of weeks ago we did attack the Cyberman with. with Collin and Tekla Brian, and yeah, we talk about. That he he wasn't served well the the costume was horrible and in at the time you know they. Know they're they're cutting funding and I think he Because of all the work he did on big finish he kind of redeemed himself and I now than he is not much better as a doctor because of all the great work he's done on big finish audios, conventions, He's absolutely brilliant are. How how pleased were you in two thousand, five, win Russell t Davis. Brought it back where you excited and did you enjoy the the new THE MODERN ERA I was very excited when it came back I enjoyed the first series, the Christopher Eccleston surveys I thought it had some problems but I tell you that some great. By I was hoping that when turn came in, they would fix what I saw as the problems and concentrates on the great aspects as it turned out the tentative. Did precisely the opposite of what I wanted all the things that I disliked about the ECCLESTON ever they sort of overemphasized a made a million times worse from my perspective. On all the things I liked about the Eccleston et sort of disappeared. I. Didn't like David Tennant's pay the toll I didn't like methods. Couple of seasons of buffets. First season I liked quite a bit I look the other doctor I thought that was. Perfect thing I actually think the novelization see from bathroom in some ways I. Dave doctor was a great great piece of TV by any standards but overall I didn't like anything. The first season for both them, and now with tickle I solely enjoyed the I ready to concede that which I think lot people seem not to the second Jodie whittaker season I have some issues with and I'm hoping that it doesn't isn't the same pattern again, by somebody starts with the season I like on the end, each succeeding season goes further and further away from I like So we'll see alot I have to say that while I. Didn't I I I still enjoyed with his second season more than I enjoy most of most of post two, thousand, five doctor who. And while I am philosophically opposed to big long story concentrating on JAINS I. I'm sort of addicted to them at the same time. I can't help but enjoy them despite myself I. Think I think about idea so Yeah. my Charles and I disagreed about the the final two episodes I felt like they they they. There wasn't enough payoff. He's just thrilled that we're the story can take them, and so I'm curious. I do love jody is a doctor I of course I'm biased Andrew I came to this through Torchwood of all ranks I you know someone i. Was a big firefly fan and someone suggested that John that Captain Jack and Malcolm Reynolds over the same people. So I went to my friend and I said, Hey, you love doctor who what's this whose Captain Jack and he goes Oh, it's much. Would gave me the episodes I went back to him I said, okay I really liked the scam Jack Guy. Can I see the doctor who episode because it's just easier to start, and so I've become a fan since so I've loved all the modern doctors. The flaws they have so I just it's just great to see and I love that Collins your docker that makes me smile that just makes me so happy. All right Before, it gets to the Mary question anything I should've asked you that I haven't. I really can't think of anything I mean I I've plotted for half an hour after each of your question. So I, I can't even remember. Sad. And I for somebody who talking about himself. So today, I'm not very good at talking about myself. I don't know what's what's interesting so But if you come think of. Invested everything the asked. All right..

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Nevada to mail all voters ballots; Trump promises lawsuit

All In with Chris Hayes

01:05 min | 2 years ago

Nevada to mail all voters ballots; Trump promises lawsuit

"In Nevada, the State Republican, Party, and Republican National Committee sued, Clark County officials in June in part over their plan to mail absentee ballots to quote an active voters and president trump threaten further legal action just yesterday after the governor of that State Steve This lack signed a bill ensuring that all the citizens in state can vote by mail November a very common sense approach when it might be dangerous to go to the polls. In. Fact, the RNC now lists a total seventeen states were they in the trump campaign are engaged in legal battles related to in voting and other ways that they say Democrats are assaulting the integrity of their elections. Of course, assaulting terror elections meeting here making sure people can vote. This is a full concerted effort by the entire ministration and crucially the Republican Party. Whether they like trump or Nada they will eyes are nodded hickeys uncouth a whole Party to. The legitimacy of the election to cast aspersions on voting by mail and attempt to. Bar People from voting by mail. All why were in a deadly pandemic that has killed almost one hundred and sixty thousand of our fellow Americans.

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"hickey" Discussed on X96

X96

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"hickey" Discussed on X96

"But if you see something, please text it to us 3396 Ah, excuse me. It's what did I say? Zen Dia. It's Zendaya. Excuse me, Bill it Zendaya. All right. Here we go for Ah Boner candidate number three. Which is You're just trying to scare us. A Treasure Valley, Idaho state legislators under fire from local health system employees after she shared a Facebook post about a Caldwell paediatric nurse practitioner who died from complications of covert. A post, which representative Tammy Nichols, a Middleton, Republican, shared Wednesday without comment, pointed out that Samantha Hickey, who died two weeks ago, a 45 suffered a cardiac complication of covert 19. The Facebook post by Kate Tudeski implied that hickeys death was somehow being mistress represented by the media to scare the public. It linked to an Idaho statement story Idaho Statesman Story that reported how Hickey, who worked for ST Luke's health Systems, died of a heart attack after contracting the Corona virus. Rob Hickey, the Caldwell nurse Practitioners husband this week described what happened to Samantha and clarified that she had my oh card itis a cardiac complication of covert 19. Samantha Hickey, and you're a range of symptoms. The weak she got sick. Shortly before she died. She asked Rob to take her to the hospital. She thought she was becoming dangerously dehydrated. Doctors ran tests. They found some concerning signs of problems with her heart and wanted to get a closer look. She and ended up passing on the post that nickel shared was propagating a conspiracy theory about the Koven 19 pandemic. The conspiracy theory stems from ignorance about the course of covert 19 disease and the damage that physicians, nurses and medical science have seen it. Do. To the human body. So she's She's posting this where she's just saying she's saying that you're just trying to scare us with all of this. Ah, and it well, yeah. Because it is scary. That's why Boehner, candidate number three. Well, you're just trying to scare us. Yes, Let's Let's review the 1st 2 and vote. Owner, candidate number one Uh, sorry. Little disorganized Here we we want. We want everything together. The world's most identical twins, they say plan to get pregnant. At the same time by the boyfriend that they share. Boehner, candidate number two tear gas, the peaceful ones. A national guard major testifying that the protesters in Washington Who were tear gas last month so that Donald Trump could walk across the street and hold up a Bible. Those those protestors were just were being peaceful. They were not being Violent at all. And he said he saw William Bar give the order to tear gas them anyway. And boner candidate number three. You're just trying to scare us. Okay?.

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Procella: YouTube's super-system for analytics data storage

Linear Digressions

05:37 min | 2 years ago

Procella: YouTube's super-system for analytics data storage

"Hickey. Pay Ben. which been up to lately? I've been spending a lotta time on Youtube actually. There are a lot of good youtube videos on different topics. Music also data science Yeah have you been spending anytime on Youtube recently? I wouldn't say up been watching more youtube than than usual or anything, but I have been reading about it a little bit and that's kind of what we'll talk about today. All right. You're listening to linear digressions. So is reading youtube a thing then? I think reading papers about Youtube. It's fair to that. That's the thing not aware of anyone who I know. People who listen to music on Youtube and people who learn how to do stuff on Youtube I'm not sure I. Know Very many people who just read on Youtube, though yeah, so, what? What is it that you were reading? Right so I was reading about a system that they have built over there called Pro Chela I believe I am pronouncing that correctly. Coach Yeah it now. It's about slightly differently P. R O. C E L L. Yeah so this is the data system that they have set up to power. Four different types of analytics use cases which I think is really interesting, because usually what you would do if you have four different types of analytics use cases, you would have different systems, and you'd be shuttling data back and forth, but instead what they've done at Youtube is they've built one unified system, and so prochell is the name of that system. I was reading sort of a white paper that describes how it works, and why they made some of the design choices did. One system to rule them all, that is the goal. The goal so Let's start with what are the different use cases that you want able, so this is all under the bucket of analytics data serving, so if you've been listening to some of our other more recent episodes, you know that there's also another high profile use for databases, which is sort of transaction handling for running applications. We're not talking about dot stuff by and large instead. This is just data that's being used for various analytics needs. And those four needs are number one. This is the data that powers reporting and Dash Boarding. So imagine that you are for example, a a creator or sort of like a video author or something on Youtube you have you know some reports and some dashboards and stuff like that you can do to see how many views your videos getting and that sort of thing. Right so I guess that data has to come from somewhere and and. Normally, you would build a system just to handle that data. Right? Yeah, so in that case, let's talk about each of these. What are the needs of each of these systems as we go through them so for reporting and Dash Boarding? Because we are doing that on roughly the scale of you know maybe the number of. Creators or the number of videos, others are very high volume of data that and of queries that you have to be able to serve because there's potentially out that the entire user base of Youtube. Might be interacting with that data. these people have probably expectation that the data's pretty fresh, so if someone watched a video of mine ten minutes ago, I want to see that reflected in my report were my dashboard so being able to see things, I don't know maybe not necessarily in real time, but pretty fast after they happen. Yeah, yeah, I mean like you launch a video. You want to get a pulse on how well it's doing! Let's say if you get ten million views roughly on a video and you launch video. You'RE GONNA get a lot of us really quickly and your dashboard and save zero view is for five hours. Right right, so you want to be able to access fresh data, and you want to do it with a fast response time so I. Don't want to log into my dashboard. Run a query, and then it has to wait thirty seconds or a minute, or who knows multiple minutes for it to return something back to be I definitely have had that experience on some websites wherever most of the pages on the website or web APP or service or fast, and then you go to the charts fewer, the analytics view, and you know you see a lot of spinners. Is these things happen in the background? Yeah, yeah, so that's not. That's not good user experience yeah. So the second use case is embedded statistics So this is when you're actually in the application There's you know those little ticker. The how many times of it has been viewed how many thumbs up it's gotten. HOW MANY THUMBS DOWN! So the ticks that are actually embedded in the user experience, you're not going to establish view, but you're. Clicking around Youtube and you see these statistics that are maybe a little bit more general or or rougher. In the actual user interface. Yeah, so those are you know. I guess that's a little bit starting to flirt with something that looks more application based, but it's intellects because it's looking at potentially all of the. All of the data that's in the database to try to be able to compute those compute those numbers, so this is also a pretty large volume of queries that you have to be able to handle. They say on the order of millions of queries per second because I guess that's probably the roughly the order of. like the frequency with which videos are viewed, which is probably the what's driving most of that.

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"hickey" Discussed on X96

X96

07:10 min | 2 years ago

"hickey" Discussed on X96

"You do you know what would be fun damn sorry folks my my contacts went bad here hang on I'll get this fixed well we do all that hello I'm sorry every bit of it hang on a second here hello this is important because this is important yeah hello here we go okay see I got I get the sound board and I can't do that anymore mind what's happened here see what's playing R. naked ladies them here here's the thing my sound board in my studio at home is new and my new sound board won't let me well my new phone and my new sound board won't let me plug directly into the sound board so I got dressed and with that I've got this Bluetooth enabled doo Hickey that runs everything through it and for some reason it says it's connected but it's not going through the morning for the first time in all the times that we have been doing this from home I have found Kerry that do Hickey's are notoriously unreliable they go to the keys go bad all the time could you been able to do this very thing Kerry Jackson you know if you you need to do Hickey if you can just vamp for a second I can well we're trying right or we could or we could you know we could play a Barenaked ladies song why do you want to bare naked ladies because I heard him yesterday and I really enjoyed it and I I heard one week on our station and then I thought well you know what I'd really like to hear is be my Yoko Ono you know we have a five hours of show to do I bet we can fit it in somewhere not be able to not less I keep insisting because you'll find some way to not do it I know you local there you go it sounds like you have it there maybe it is fixed all right we doing here what is so so so turn their mikes often let's let's start again here okay you know what would be fun there is not a check the my friends are gonna try to me next on the check it out I got watching thank you the T. what is I was in the break it down and make a team a team with the the medical testing well just yeah hi with that this is what the event is yes the same thank it's okay strong one here did you I think it does but to the break and don't think I don't know it what we want to they came into the B. B. do America we yeah he's almost like you think you can differences this place I don't care what people think still sick from the in the run to the store two weeks okay that's that's now what.

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Voice Is the Next Form of a Company with Project Voice Founder Bradley Metrock

Paul Hickey's Data Driven Daily Tips

10:22 min | 2 years ago

Voice Is the Next Form of a Company with Project Voice Founder Bradley Metrock

"What's up everybody? I'm Paul Hickey here. With Bradley met rock he is the CEO of score publishing but he is also many many other things Bradley. Thanks for joining us today. Why don't you give everybody kind of an overview In a little bit of a bio of yourself. I think you're probably going to do yourself justice here. Paul I appreciate it. I appreciate You give me some of your time this morning in Jumping on with the yeah. My name is Bradley. Met Rackham CEO Score publishing which is based in Nashville Tennessee. We are not a normal publisher. So we We do a lot of things that have caused us to be around the center of the conversation on voice technology in the underlying a machine learning that supports it Two and a half three years ago we started a podcast network of voice first. Fm Which is now listened to across fifty six countries by hundreds of thousands of people predominantly technology professionals One of the flat. You know the flagship show voice. I at them has called this weekend voice. I host that myself That show concluded last year with mark. Cuban is the season. Finale guest were in the middle of season. Four right now We produce the voice. I events series which is a well known and enjoyed a series of events leading the discourse on voice technology in a culminating project voice which is number one dead for voice technology in a in America in the week after. Cas So yeah we do. A number of things and We enjoy shining a light on interesting people doing interesting work in the space. And all of the pioneering that's going on and so here we are and thank you fanatic and you and I have Have become really good friends through the work that that we both done in. I'm just kind of educating people and particularly businesses about how they can use a Alexa and Google assistant and the other the other voice assistance in smart speakers out there and I WanNa thank you for all the work that you've done with myself with data driven design team at Jumping a little more of that but I One area that I'm really passionate about is really explaining in. Educating how businesses can benefit from Voice Technology. How many businesses? How familiar do you believe? Businesses currently are with voice APPs Alexa skills and Google actions. Yeah I mean I think it varies but in general it's pretty low and I don't necessarily view it as I view it as defense of in nature rather than offensive in nature. I think a business Really almost any size Almost including mom and pop gas stations. You know but certainly on up from there As you get into the enterprise needs to be working with voice or working with groups like data driven design who are working with voice on their behalf so that they are accumulating knowledge and they're getting acclimated to the space There's plenty you can do with Alexa. Twenty new with Google assistant some of these other voice assistants have interesting functionalities company law like Samsung Bixby. And things like that. But The bottom line is that if you're not Delving into those waters that you're falling behind. You're not understanding You have no hope of understanding how voice search is working now. It will work in the future. You have no hope of understanding sonic branding and how you need to be thinking about that with regards to voice experience You have no hope of understanding. Accessibility related issues. That currently keep a lot of your customers from interacting with you like they might want to and voice would open those doors so I don't view it anymore. I think the time has gone where it's offensive you know. Hey let's get out in front of this thing now. I do it as its defensive. And you're you're behind and you need to get caught up I think business owners and marketers have a tendency to think of voice as just one more thing that they have to learn how to do and one more thing to their long to do list but a good friend of Mine Brin Plumber. Who's over at the National Entrepreneur Center? And she's involved with the national voice. Conference said to me that she was surprised. Coming out of last year's national voice conference at what a low lift boys can be for businesses and how turnkey it can be to actually pluguin to help them be more efficient effective and not be just one more thing to add to their list of things to do. Do you think businesses know that they can build custom applications for Alexa? Google assistant disliked. They can with websites or mobile absent. And how those can actually help them be more efficient and effective. I think some of that knowledge is there. I think They probably don't know you know the reason that it's not that hard to do They just Like a lot of other things they They WANNA turn to professionals. You know and and really You know 'cause there representing their company I I I don't think it's part of the the mental calculus for a lot of companies like do the tools exist. I think it's I think it really boils down to Understanding what the use cases are and understanding what the capabilities are and You know and and for many I just gave a talk last week in San Francisco And to to a room. That should have been on the cutting edge of all this and and Crazy enough. It was a former Amazon employee. Telling him coming up at the end of the show. The talk telling me My God I had no idea about any of that and so you know. It's there's a what you and I have seen. Paul is that The velocity of change with voice technology is so high that there's so many features being added on a weekly basis Because it's all in the cloud to ship anything. All you're doing is changing stuff on the back end and all the user ever noses there's still interacting with Alexa. I don't know about that. New Feature quietly rolled out two days ago. This velocity of change has caused the whole business world to have a lot of catching up to do. I mean it's only the first step to understand. Okay there's people interacting with the LEXIN. Google assistant like these smart speakers are the next form of a once. You realize that you got a long. You're not even close to done. You got a long way to go into in terms of understanding the full scope of what's going on so you know we're all behind in a way because even with a show called this week in voice I constantly joke that You know when I came out with a show I didn't think we would ever have enough lose to fill a week like I thought we would just end up talking about the same stories week after week after week for a while. Now we can't possibly cover everything It it's a joke like we either so much going out and we can't. We have to really be selective so Yeah I mean. It's easy to get overwhelmed. And that's why you have groups like data driven design. That can help you. You need to start getting in there and and learning a thing or two and making mistakes. And and sort of accumulating experience. Because if you don't your competitor is yeah. I think that's well put You're absolutely right about use cases. I I totally agree with you. I think that that's where businesses have gotten hung up recently in my experience investing invoices. They don't totally understand yet. What the use cases potentially be for their audiences whether internal or external how It doesn't necessarily have to be a marketing or a content. Based of boys APP. It can be something internal it can be Alexa for business. Private skill for example. That can just Kinda help. Help me get things done and I think another thing you hit on a really resonates with me that I've tried to talk to business owners marketers recently about that. I'm working with is the concept of a minimum viable product and just getting started and to your point whether we're all behind or whether we're all head You know it. Kinda doesn't matter. It's all about getting started trying something and then building on top of that because you're right. Things are changing so constantly. I sent a proposal out to client To do an Alexa skill for them and then literally like two months later. I had emailed the client and say look. I found much faster ways doing this. That are now available and you know I I can get you this or like you know one tenth of the price now because we had the custom code three months ago now. There's a tool for that. Now you know for example Alexa presentation language. Allow us to do this thing that it didn't allow us to do before and so now we can. We can make these things happen and so I have the same business owners. They kind of get. It are now wanting to wait to see like well. What's going to change next? Maybe something will be a little bit lower

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"hickey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

09:10 min | 2 years ago

"hickey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"What we you and I just saw Hickey Best Buy for the best that is old my god it's not would you describe it I did not really know what to expect did you show Billy yeah what just give I had I had not we should discredit you fine folks I poachers I can't do it I'm trying to find a way around it I can't do it I gotta move on my goodness by the way but in the same it just start off like garbage I'm sorry about last week I was ill last week so if you start with us and your listen last week you know listen this week sorry about last week hopefully give me a moment because I was sick last week my kids were sick Betul socked so I hope that if you listen throughout the show your fault that the show was much better because I'm in much better health in much better spirits my kids aren't sick things are much better today so if it missed the mark with you last week thanks for sticking with us you have a sage Rosenfels comments there Hickey we talked to sage Rosenfels about an hour ago Dr at CBA XFL I wanted to ask him about Joe burrow and he is echoing the sentiments not echoing I asked his own opinion it was like he was piggy backing off anything but he echoes the sentiments of Carson Palmer and Solomon Walcott's both former Bengals here sage Rosenfels on what might be going through job does it you know here's what's really interesting is that you know this year they're stepping alternative you know the people I I really like to I think to what is actually the better quarterback or that you might get injured a lot so that sort of the concern there so no that isn't state does have a second option to which of the purchase the upper job world leverage a little bit but you know what may I I backed up Eli in two thousand and ten and he and I talked a couple times about that whole situation Sandiego and I think it was sort of known that the San Diego Chargers at the time was sort of not a first class organization they didn't really do everything it took to win football games to win championships they instead of the money on scouting and and you know coaches salaries and and when when the weather is free agents they were aware of what those aggressive teams but York giants forward traditional teams with them they're done it so many times they were after a first class world class organization Cincinnati might be the worst in the NFL as far as spending money in doing whatever it takes to win football games and you know if you if this is the only time no joke joke world sort of has a little bit of leverage is the basis that I I don't want to go to you know it's a lot of these places and that worked out well for you I will curse had unbelievable career maybe a hall of fame career and never won a Super Bowl and probably won't right so I knew I had to sell I you know I that I have no issue with John Elway did it you live many did I had no issue of job roadside she does not want to go to Cincinnati I think I'm all for that again this is the only time there's not another job out there then of course in sports like basketball or whatever that you graduated you leave college leave high school and you have no choice as to what city it and and and business that you work for but that's the deal the NFL I think Joe burrow trying to have whatever leverage he has basically I think you can try to you know basically be cool enough and then cold enough I to the organization this year took him maybe they'll they'll trickle trade the pick me it'll drop to a it will address the defense of animal house state but if I were him I would much rather prefer to play for some of the other franchises just a little bit of sage Rosenfels there from us last hour go back to CBS sports radio dot com here the whole interview sage was usual great self service so one of us analysts out there I I I I I keep bringing this up I have to I think either Cincinnati I keep thinking about mo Egger and what mo Egger from ESPN fifteen thirty down there told me just a couple of months ago when we had him on in the mornings about the future of football in Cincinnati I think Joe burrow has the power right now at least what I would leave a job or if you think the Jo Bros number one quarterback with a bullet there's plenty people love to attack about alone I bring him up here in a second but if you believe the Joe burrow has that type of power he has as a number one quarterback he has the power to resurrect football in Cincinnati or destroyed completely if what we're hearing is true about this this deal with the renter the deal with the the the tenant situation in the stadium with the county with the city that's not a very good situation down there in Cincinnati so if you're a Bengals fan I think that's a little bit scary and you've kind of heard developed this reputation on your own you're the only football team in the NFL the doesn't have an indoor facility you've been the Tories flea tight fisted at times you ran a pretty decent franchise people disagree with that yeah the stadium's gonna wouldn't look Annika been there I don't think it's a bad stadium whatever I I think it's fine in the team's been a relatively successful or competitive team over the last decade we're there it's been pretty ugly fight this last year was pretty ugly that's granite but for the most part a your Browns with dolphins what the Redskins Redskins were flat out embarrassing a few of those years you want those teams so there is something to be said for a you got Duke Tobin you had a good coaching staff you have some good players you fell on your **** last year you might not have a great coaching staff anymore that's a scary scenario and why bring up these other ones I'm glad sage did too and I know the tease was just out of nowhere but I don't think it's necessarily Joe burrow you have to talk to Jackyl way was accomplished football coach Archie manning was an accomplished football player who was with football people you gotta talk to dad I can help we all do I made a joke earlier today Showtime Shawn Porter was on the show other people set up trust funds for the kids I made sure to tech Sean at about two in the morning one day when Liz was five months pregnant with Axel because I went down the internet rabbit hole and watch a bunch of worldstar hip hop videos the fight compilations and I became concerned I texted Shauna said you got to teach my sons on a box I don't know how many sons and I have I don't have it once you got to teach about a box some people try to use their connections and separate set their kids up with good jobs I have a connection among some of how to fight we all try to do what's right for kids Archie manning Jack go away Jim burrows maybe you do what's right for your son three guys football guys coaches you made a decision better way back when with the line manning I really think the same way Chargers not really great organization don't know about that ownership Cincinnati I still don't think that the worst organization they are a bit on the cheap side but I don't think they're a bad organization but I think that can be scary to dad he's from southeast Ohio it's a little bit different from southwest Ohio the planes down in that area it's still southern Ohio are there enough Bengals fans were he's not available to come back home I'm not sure if there is police in the area he might be from people might disagree fine whatever but I think that you if you or the bangles and you think that Joe burrow who is from that area around that geographical area that people will gravitate towards who's already been he's been an adult he's been somebody that has been in a leadership role you can count on his his Heisman Trophy acceptance speech was phenomenal raise money for great causes he did the right things there if you feel that he is that big of a change it's not Joe or at least not just Joe you have to talk to dad to make sure this doesn't become a jacked away situation Mike brown needs to sit down and say I'm my father's son meeting that yes there might come a day where there will be strong decisions we have to make with the roster your football guy I think you can understand that well we're a football first team this is our organization this is my business my father this was his life this is what we count ourselves for this is what makes us tick and we will do what we can everything that we can to put your son in the proper position before this gets ugly or you could and what's said Rosenfeld says you could just go to a because he does make this the situation a bit interesting you want to get something out of the dolphins the dolphins got something out of it just to make sure because no one could trade up to number one past number one so if you really want to make a deal with the dolphins you could do something like that but I still think the Joe burrow would find himself in a question of ownership organization coach I think is phenomenal I love Brian Flores but I think it was all of those questions either way one of the teams are really have what it takes to get up there you're probably not going to be with a good team so you do have a discussion and you do have a big decision.

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Paul Hickey on Why Data Driven Design Started Adding Voice to Their Digital Marketing

Inside VOICE

04:05 min | 2 years ago

Paul Hickey on Why Data Driven Design Started Adding Voice to Their Digital Marketing

"Now. Why did you decide to start adding boys to the type of things that you do and I knew created quite a few voice scelzo flash briefings? So I'd love to hear how you got into that. How you created them what they are and then if you could tell us what you think is working well with them and what still kind of needs improvements as you continue on yet carry so as you know? Our Name is data driven design and that name came from really wanting to be the more efficient with everyone's time so in other words we used to get a lot of opinions that would bog us down when trying to make user are experience design decisions for whatever project engagement we were working on whatever deliverables gear building and so we quickly moved to okay. What does the data essay? And how can we use whether it's Google analytics or heat mapping or AB testing. How can we use the data? The real that it's a make our business decisions. idioms design decisions in our clients and so getting into voice was really as simple as looking at the data to seeing growing numbers of the amount of the people that are getting their information from at the time smart speakers the growth of smart speaker usage from I think two thousand seventeen through route through two thousand eighteen pretty huge of course last year twenty nine. Tina just continued to grow and so when we started challenging ourselves to understand what are other ways that we can help our clients get on platforms where their audiences will be. I mean voice quickly really skyrocketed. To the top of the list I'll say towards the end of twenty eighteen in one. We really probably June twenty. Eighteen Really started building doing a lot of flash briefings IMEN- voice APPs custom voice APPs Alexa Skills Google actions etc.. And so can you tell us some of the voice skills that you create it and did. Did you do that yourself. Did you use another application love to hear kind of your process in building those. Yeah for sure so at first it was myself as the owner of the company. Were a smaller company. We have about ten people so when you have ten people full time I mean you can get a lot done but a lot of times when you're introducing a a new service offering or trying to introduce a new service offering literally is knee myself figuring it out on my own kind of being self taught in a lot of ways and so at first it was building flash briefings myself and then it quickly materialized into meeting with my CTO and figuring out what's the best last way to try to code a custom Alexis go from scratch because there were some things that we wanted to start to achieve an. I'll talk a little bit later about at skill skill but just to kind of wrap up the answer to this question. Eventually we found tools like voice flow. There's a tool called engage age by voice and there's a tool that were actually we actually just launched called the voice designer at the voice designer dot com and those three tools are all different ways to essentially bill Alexa skills in Google actions without coding. So initially it was building them ourselves between myself often our CTO. And then now it's very quickly materialized into okay. What's the goal for the project? Or what's the goal for the client and then based Pharma's goals in how we want the user able to interact with the skill in what we want the users to be able to do. What's the best tool build it and I'll sauce a voice flow is a big one for us and again engaged by voice has some great templates you can use? We do sometimes use Alexa blueprints not necessarily for client skills more for maybe some other skills that we might be I using internally or to create content on and then our own tool obviously were fond of the boys so yeah. I'm happy to talk in more detail about all of that as well. But that's the general overview of how we got started and how we're building our skills today in our other boys obsolete Google

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How To Assign A Monetary Value To A Goal Completion in Google Analytics - Data Driven Daily Tip 353

Paul Hickey's Data Driven Daily Tips

03:57 min | 2 years ago

How To Assign A Monetary Value To A Goal Completion in Google Analytics - Data Driven Daily Tip 353

"What's up everybody Paul? Hickey here with your data driven daily tip today. I'm GonNa talk about assigning of value to a goal completion in Google analytics. So you've heard me talk a lot about Google analytics. We've set up ECOMMERCE tracking before for Your e commerce websites. We've made sure that that works on your wordpress site or shop if eyesight and now we're GonNa talk about assigning of value to a goal goal completion. What does this mean? This means that what you can do in Google analytics is you can say every time a user fills out a form say a lead generation form requested demo form opting into an email list. You can assign that value so for data driven design nine for example. If I wanted to say anytime anyone filled out my request. A quote form. That was GONNA be worth a thousand dollars because a qualified fide lead is worth a thousand dollars because I might get a five thousand to fifty thousand dollars project from that lead. I want to sign that lead a value. I can do that the reason why you would want to do. That is because you would want to attribute that valuable lead back to a marketing action. So let's say I'm running facebook ads and I'm spending a thousand dollars. There's a month on my facebook ads and I want to generate at least ten leads a month because one out of every ten leads. I'll win then. I can say that if I spend in two thousand dollars I want ten thousand dollars back in value so I'm gonNA show you how to do that here. Well you're going to do is go to analytics DOT GOOGLE DOT COM. Of course you're going to log in with your Google account that's associated with the analytics account. That has the web property that you want to set up the goal for and if you need to reference is an earlier data driven daily tip on how to set up goal completions. You can do that as well. Just go to data over opinions dot com and search google analytics goal goal completions in that video. Should come up so once you get into Google analytics. You're going to go over to go to the web property that you need to get into and then click abdomen over on the left hand side. When you click Adleman you'll go to the far right column under view and quick goals wants wants goals loads you're gonna see your goals but you're gonNA actually see me? Set up a new goal in this video. So I'M GONNA Click the new goal red button type in the name of the goal and it's GonNa be newsletter sign ups newsletter subscribers. I'm going to give it a destination because I have a thank. You page someone type type in the thank you page. Url at the end of the DOT com here. And that's going to set up my goal but before I clicked save goal. I'm going to toggle the value over to on and I'm going to type in a number of dollars in US dollars. Because that's the currency. I have set up and then I'm going to save it now every time someone hits this page on my website is going to assign not only goal completion but a value along with that goal completion nations. You can track the monetary value related to your goal completions in Google Analytics Business Intelligence Dashboard. This has been your data driven daily tip for more for free digital marketing tips. GO TO DATA OVER OPINIONS DOT COM. Don't forget the Nashville voice conferences. Coming up go to Nashville. Voice Conference Dot Com. So you can sign up to learn how your business can become more efficient and effective via the implementation of voice based apps like Alexa skills and Google actions speaking the voice based absent wordpress websites to the voice designer dot com. It is a wordpress plugin that allows you to build Alexa skills and Google actions and deploy them. I'm directly from your wordpress Adleman Dashboard. It's amazing also. Don't forget that you don't even have to log into Google analytics anymore to check your web data you can just ask Alexa Alexa for more information on this go to ask data driven design DOT COM.

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Water Water Everywhere But Not a Spot to a Swim? Rent a Pool on Swimply

Business Wars Daily

06:23 min | 3 years ago

Water Water Everywhere But Not a Spot to a Swim? Rent a Pool on Swimply

"This episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney goes. Try It free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit. PBA DOT com slash B W daily they from wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily happy Friday everyone we've made it. I don't know about where you are but it's still awfully hot down here. In Austin the kind of heat that's best treated with the day the movies or a nice cool dip in the swimming pool boy. Does that sound good. The problem is most of us. Don't have swimming pools and most public pools get drained after Labor Day. So finding a spot to swim hasn't been the easiest task ask until recently when a startup named swiftly decided to take the airbnb approached pools using the swiftly APP. If you have a pool in your backyard and you want to make a little extra money you can offer strangers the opportunity to rent it out by the hour for feet considerate the sharing economy underwater order in a good way since I'm actively looking for weekend swim spot I thought at tested out went to the website plugged in my city Austin Texas and chose the same day hey to see what I could find. At the last minute. My search turned up seven pools ranging in price from twenty dollars an hour at the east side country club to one hundred dollars an hour or for a private pool with a hot tub in someone subdivision at it'd be fair. The Country Club looked pretty stark and that hundred dollar an hour pool looked clean and peaceful but all this begs the question. Do you trust swimming in a stranger's pool. How clean is it and who else might be there the CO founders twenty-two-year-old CEO Benhamlat skin and his business partner Asher Weinberger say they thought of that they contract with local pool maintenance companies to make sure you won't find anything Hickey in your rented pool as for Privacy in the New Yorker writer Bruce Handy reported that simply tries to ensure that is well L. for instance handy says owners are supposed to keep their window shades down no spying allowed but when handy made a test visit in Long Island the owner was laws peering out the window. That's pretty creepy but it could be worse. We imagine for those pools that are labeled. Nude friendly swim please. Origins is our humble more like a teenager snow shoveling or lawn mowing business than a Silicon Valley Gig Economy Startup home from college in Lakewood New Jersey a couple of summers ago last skin got the idea while swimming in a neighbor's unused pool his family had been paying the neighbor for the privilege as Handy writes in The New Yorker Alaskan thought it could be a real business using Google Earth lasker found eighty pools nearby and contacted their owners all but four refused to talk to him but those four will they agreed to list their APU for rent and swiftly was born though at the time last game had no idea that it would eventually be a real business with pools in so far thirty thirty six states swiftly took off fast on the back of a homemade website and a newspaper at the business grew more than thirty pools in just a couple of weeks and and then lastly told Handy. MSNBC mentioned simply and Alaskans website crashed a year later. Alaskan dropped out of college to go full time with the new business today he and Weinberger have a professional website liability insurance for hosts and even rental Porta potties for hosts who are really busy to afford all of this simply charges the pool owners commissions and takes a small fee from swimmers. The metrics around the business seem a little loosey Goosey in one of the many articles covering simply the founders say some hosts. You're making four thousand dollars a month renting out their pools in other that number climbed to ten thousand to fifteen thousand dollars a month regardless of what the true earnings really are one thing is most likely true for many families. The backyard Dr Pool begins as an enthusiasm and winds up as a wasteland swiftly turns it back into something thoroughly useful. How long will it take for a rival pool. Sharing during company to pop up possibly not very long but for now swiftly doesn't appear to have a head to head or should we say a pooled pool competitor but within the wider recreation industry will there are more and more airbnb like apps for almost anything you want to do you could choose a different recreation creation sharing. APP and look for a campsite on Hip Camp Ra- shared RV on outdoorsy or if you'd rather be on the water then underneath it you could rent wants someone sailing vessel get my boat he's I'll think about my next rented adventure while I float on my back in the sun at that pool out in the Texas from what this business wars daily this week's episodes were ridden edited and produced Appleton edited and produced by M our executive producer Marshall created by or Non Lopez. I'm David Brown around. We'll see at the pool next week. This episode is brought to you by Centro. 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Amazons Choice does not vouch for product quality

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:31 min | 3 years ago

Amazons Choice does not vouch for product quality

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by indeed. Are you hiring with indeed. You can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist qualified candidates using an online dashboard and get started today and indeed dot com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace and by smart water. Smart water is on a mission to add fresh thinking to the world. That's why why they created two new ways to hydrate smart water alkaline with nine plus p. h. Helps keep you hydrated while you're on the move and smart water antioxidant without its selenium helps you find balance for your body dan mind and now you can order smart water by saying alexa order smart water yourself. Thank yourself smart water. That's pretty smart looking for the the best do hickey to buy on amazon. You may want to look beyond the one amazon recommends from american public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying digital economy. I'm jed kim in for molly would i. I need a glacken spiel because why not thing is. I know pretty much. Nothing nothing about what makes for a good clocking spiel and when you search for glacken spiel on amazon you get flooded with more than two thousand results fortunately one of the results. Let's has the label of amazon's choice but it turns out that label isn't always a great indicator of quality nicole. Newman is a technology reporter. Ed buzzfeed news. The amazon's choice label helps boost item sales which also helps amazon since it gets a cut but new and says there's not much known about how the designation gets awarded who is choosing this product is it jeff bezos and selfish amazon employees at a robot and amazon is pretty much a black box walks in terms of how big their marketplaces how many products get amazon's choice the designation and the reason why they don't publicize numbers ars is because they're changing all the time because amazon's choices partially automated that label is awarded and then taken away every single minute of every day okay so it's impossible to track but anecdotally amazon's choice is not indicative of high quality products necessarily. How can this be manipulated. Well because review manipulation is so widespread on the platform and by review manipulation. I mean like fake reviews reviews for an entirely different product. That isn't the product in the listing. As long as reviews are one of the metrics used to gauge whether or not a product should get this very special label. There's really no reason for consumers to trust amazon's choice. So what is the solution here. I mean do i need to double. Check all my purchases. It gets like consumer reports or something like that. Yes i highly recommend doing off. Amazon research do a cursory google does does that brand exist outside of amazon. A quick search can really mitigate a lot of that. <hes> read the reviews if the reviews are suspiciously all five stars. That's that's a huge red flag. If the reviews don't even refer to their product that's being sold. That's a huge red flag and there are sites like consumer reports and wire cutter and good housekeeping that scientifically review recommend products so i would highly recommend using those sites while you're shopping sounds like a lot of work. I'm shocked that the five star thing is a red flag because my goal is to find the product that does close to five stars possible but you're telling me that's a mistake. I know it's deeply upsetting because us you know rating systems are everywhere tripadvisor yelp amazon and they can be manipulated very easily and this is twenty nineteen eighteen and that is the story of two thousand nineteen. The coal new one is a technology reporter buzzfeed news by the way the reviews of amazon's choice squawk and spiel not not so great. I'm going to ask our music what he recommends. You'll this one he's left in the studio. It's this why i can't stop thinking about guada- feels and now for some related related links the wall street journal writes that amazon has essentially given up control of its site to third party sellers. That's led to a whole lot of unsafe products being listed for sale. The journal says it found more than forty one hundred items that were quote declared unsafe by federal agencies are deceptively labeled or are banned by federal regulators emma's legal defense because there have been lawsuits over deaths related to some of the items is that it just provides a platform for third party sellers others by the way third party sales now account for sixty percent of what gets sold on amazon amazon owned audible is being sued by several major book publishers. There's over a new feature. It's releasing in some public schools. The verge explains that the feature provides captioning of audio books so that listeners can read along in real time the problem kim is that audible hasn't licensed the audiobooks it bases its speech to text captioning on audible believes it's protected because the words are generated by artificial intelligence. Gotta have more glacken spiel. We've got a link to a video of a pretty epic marimba and vibraphone performance and yes. I know no. It's not a glacken spiel. I want you to know what i'm gonna. Look like when i play mine that thirty seven hughes-produced marketplace tech eve tro wpro is our senior producer. We had to help this week from jody becker. Serve gary is our engineer. Our intern is seuss el dorado. I'm dead kim and that's marketplace. Take a this is a p._m. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by entercom intercom intercom. What's more of the nice people visiting your website to give you money so they took a little chat bubble in the corner website and packed it with conversational bots product product tours n._p._s. Surveys all sorts of things that amplify your team and help you reach more nice people in our comm- customer unity got forty five percent more loyal users. There's with entercom in just twelve months. Go to intercom dot com slash podcast to start making money from real time chat then everything else intercom can do. That's intercom dot com slash podcast.

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