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"hudek" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

The Brookings Cafeteria

07:08 min | 9 months ago

"hudek" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

"Had a traumatic effect. It broke down the jurisdictional basis for governance that had existed for many many many decades if not centuries before nine eleven you had the state department and they took care of things in the world and we had some other smaller agencies. Usa id usaa they dealt with the world and of course the defense department did and then everything else was domestic. Well all of a sudden these clean lines between foreign and domestic that our government had been built around all of a sudden. They were meaningless. All of a sudden police had to do intelligence. All of a sudden intelligence people had to talk to policemen on the beat. It was a real change in the way we've done things and it took a while. But i think we've made a lot of progress on that front. Bruce ridell to emphasized how the nine eleven attacks altered the very structure of the us government. Nine eleven not only transformed way america but also transformed the united states national security bureaucracy old new institutions related after nine eleven our own security counterterrorism said all of these institutions. The office of Adviser are of transportation's all these things are the results of nine eleven. John hudek apps further insight. On how the nine eleven attacks and their aftermath fundamentally change not just the structures of government but presidential power specifically one of the areas that i study is presidential power and we learned a lot after nine eleven in terms of just how expansive the office of the president can get. There are a lot of ways in which presidential power has changed since nine eleven. some of it has expanded. some of his shrunken back after presidential attempts to expand it or to try new things. But i think one of the interesting lessons that has been learned is the lesson. That's almost impossible to imagine right now. In twenty twenty one twenty years after this we talk a lot about the damage. That hyper polarization in hyper partisanship can do to the united states. We see the damage in the effects of that every day. But there's also a damage and a problem that can be created by hyper unity where individuals believe in their president being able to do whatever he needs to do in a moment of crisis and after nine eleven george w bush's approval rating skyrocketed overnight to over ninety percent essentially doubling overnight almost exactly doubling overnight and it was a moment that began for those of us who lived through it. We remember that type of national unity and we reflect on that moment of national unity. In a positive way and scott anderson echoes with john axa about the increase in presidential power when he reflects how nine eleven introduced a new set of legal questions. If you had told someone in the year two thousand that you're national security lawyer outside of a handful of people and i mean that quite literally probably like less than a dozen. That would not need a lot. They would not see that as any sort of area of study or unified field but after nine eleven rapidly did a set of legal questions that share certain commonalities that arise at the intersection of a lot of what were previously independent fields of law and my generation of lawyers. A lot of ways was shaped by that nine eleven experience and the debate after it because we were not only entering environment where national security was driving a lot of very heated legal debates and litigation but the debate over guantanamo bay and military commissions. The legal arguments there. It's been court cases and political arguments in congress all were defining aspects of our legal education as we went through i college and kind of policy education and learning about that people who studied politics and middle east studies like i did and then alternately into law school living with aftermath of that i think the biggest takeaway that one can get in this field from those days is the fact that when you are responding and particularly congress is responding to a national emergency. There's an understandable sometimes very justifiable instinct to say. Well we need to give the executive branch what they need to respond to the situation. Respond to the emergency. But it's important that you build in democratic safeguards and checks into that process but hudek explains what happened when those democratic safeguards and checks not attended to in the aftermath of the nine eleven attacks but what ended up happening was americans let their principles down in moments things that they normally would have opposed opposed. During peacetime came to oppose later. They were willing to back their president and toback their congress no matter what in it's those moments where executives in countries across the world seized on that type of public unity to do very damaging things to the country while our democracy came out. Okay on the other end of that type of national unity and the supreme court push back against executive power in. The public eventually turned against some of the policies that were advanced. It shows us. Just how problematic of a moment we were actually in and that a different leader could have done very disastrous things to our democracy and to the republic and americans would have applauded it in the moment thinking it was for the better good and for the broader good. And here's scott anderson again. Fortunately not all the statutes congress enacted that year the one hundred seventh congress enacted this huge wave of statutes that really changed the whole landscape around now. Security in the united states was structure that way the patriot act among other provisions had various provisions. That did have sunsets and renewal requirements and have led some changes through the years and have led to some continuity through the years. people said no these are authorities. We need to make permanent. Not everyone agreed with that but congress ultimately did but with that georgia check in place. At least were confident that they are subjected to regular scrutiny by our most democratic branch and reconsideration. But absent that you're begging for dramatic changes in the legal landscape and in what different political branches of our government can do. That may come out of alignment with the actual facts surrounding us and become unintentional changes in really the fundamental separation of powers that is usually supposed to operate around some of the most basic and important questions. Our country faces..

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"hudek" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

01:38 min | 11 months ago

"hudek" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"We've departed now so far from safe conventional good medical practice. What's going on is not good medical practice to deny patients early treatment to deny patients in the hospital. Medicines that families want to see administered like a ivermectin hydroxy corcoran and then to promote in push in coerce and pressure in threaten the administration of vaccine that has unprecedented numbers of death in hospitalizations afterward. All of that should be bundled into a bundle. That creates a disturbance. There should be a mental sense of beam disturbed about this. I'm personally disturbed about this when i go into the hospital today. I'm going to look at things and just ask myself are things normal or have things gotten into some situation that is disturbing. It's disturbing now. I can tell you it's probably going to get worse. Dr peter mccullagh. Thank you absolutely. And i wanna thank you all for watching this video as they always say. Share it with your friends and your family and all over your social media and while you're at it don't forget to subscribe to the last american vagabond independent journalists taylor hudek and i'll see you guys next time..

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90: Epilogue to the Wild West

History That Doesn't Suck

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

90: Epilogue to the Wild West

"So because of how rapidly technology's changing. I mean it's basically like it's the carphone of its era. You know it is sexy for like five minutes and then it's gone it's done that's really well put thank you. I mean we have discussed these things before but that like that valve olympic boom. It's a if only if only that up so recorded. Yeah that'd been it's okay. That's what the applause for. And i think that the pony express is another good example of non just how quickly this technology changing but also how we remember the west and how we remember the frontier because the pony express like greg said is only here for eighteen

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"hudek" Discussed on Premium Hoops

Premium Hoops

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"hudek" Discussed on Premium Hoops

"Unions averaging twenty eight points per game on just ridiculous efficiency. Sixty five is a true shooting is doc before he would get a lot of stats but as efficiency wasn't there it's like they do sixty elite efficiency this year he gets. He's getting wind five times a game. He's improved a little bit as a passer this year. He's improved a little bit as a defender of this year. Not markedly better in both. But i think just with what he's doing. I don't see how you cannot include him like he's been so good this year and the bulls would be absolutely just terrible without him like And you can say that about so many of these guys. But i just think with what he's done like the sheer heavy lifting on I don't see that like a real reason to keep him out. I know the defenses in great. But it's not like he's not trying is just doing so much offensively and granted like his. He ball watches a time in his defense could be a lot better. I know i weigh caught up in defense way more than most people care but i to me xactly means lock. So i have eleven. He was probably. I listed him. And like i kind of teared up a few guys ahead of the next guy's Living in their ivory his knock is just the the only knock you think of him. A i mean they're eleven and fifteen which you know in the east is like two games back from the three season right now but So i'm not going to hold that much against him there one weird thing And cody cody Hudek had out for my from hoax with us. He tweeted it out. And i saw like a week before his on off defensive. I've never seen anything like it. The it is a fourteen point differential off defensively which yes he's a bad defender As probably a lot of luck involved in that But you know. I guess that's a knock in. The offense is only marginally not marginally three point seven points per one hundred better with him on compared to off so nothing massive nothing. You know a little.

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"hudek" Discussed on The EuroWhat? A Eurovision Podcast

The EuroWhat? A Eurovision Podcast

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"hudek" Discussed on The EuroWhat? A Eurovision Podcast

"In this one did not grabbed me at first like I when when I kind of debut like okay okay. This is kind of over the top in a way that Croatia likes to go especially given that this was Jacques. Hudek whose previous entry I mean I got it the end but like it took me a while to get pair and like this one. I really liked the final presentation of it in the contest. I understood the story. They were trying to help the staging and also. I just thought that he had a really good voice. I I totally agree and I think I think this is a great pick just thinking how we just talked about returning are sick. I would love to see him. Try again absolutely. Oddly I think the staging I don't know what it is with angel like why angels are such a common theme at your vision because it never seems to work. It's it's not. It's not a theme. That works I think vocal at the semi-final was fantastic. especially with the angel animations and like the live she's angels with the Very Pucci to his home planet retrain the mash of that and then admittedly in the final performance. It was much more toned down in there was like a story to it made sense from but like all of the previous stagings of the song I kept turning to dislike beauty school dropout from Greece. And you have the white the biker jacket with with the wings and it just it's very it's very beauty school dropout op out. Yeah I think with the rehearsal clips that they selected to show on youtube like during Eurovision Week. I think it really added confusion fusion rather than just being like. Oh Chris got hooked up. Wait what what is going to happen. Okay and we'll see okay. Yeah seeing the final product said. Okay okay it now makes sense but there are a lot of unnecessary mental gymnastics. I felt yes. Yeah I'll a good song. I like this choice. I think that that Kinda ties over to like what I had for twenty eighteen as well. If we want to kind of move onto Bashar okay so for two thousand eighteen isolated Romania's entry The humans with goodbye..

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"hudek" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

13:52 min | 3 years ago

"hudek" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"John Hudek is joining us. Thanks, john. Thanks for having me. So I want to start out with something I found interesting is that you actually had trouble or at least some kind of conflict and challenge. With naming the book, why was that? Well, there is this debate in the advocacy community, and in a variety of policy circles about whether it is proper to use the word marijuana the root of marijuana and talk a little bit about it in the book has a racist past, it was for, you know, Geck aids in this country and before the United States was a country, the plant was called Canopus and around the turn of the twentieth century, people who wanted to use the plant to vilify out groups and in this case. Mexican immigrants realized that calling cannabis marijuana founded more exotic, and scarier and was a way to make this a Mexican drug and away to turn people against other people. And so in the book, I call it marijuana, because that's by far and away the most common commonly used term for it, but in common parlance, I tend to use cannabis for those reasons that is so interesting that even till I grew up calling marijuana cannabis very scientific name just another. The legacy of that was was propaganda. And you make an interesting point about jazz being, you know, one of the one of the almost the platforms used to scare people. Yeah. But the plant and the products from the plant went through this sort of racist evolution, right? I mentioned that initially it was a drug that was used to vilify Mexican immigrants. So it was marijuana then became a jazz drug, which, of course in the twenties. And thirties didn't mean a drug that just affected people who like to listen to jazz it meant a drug that African Americans used it was a drug use. Aw in Harlem in, in Chicago in New Orleans. And so it was another opportunity to use this drug as a means of vilifying groups, who the political masterclass wanted to a scapegoat in this work, then down from the political masterclass to the culture because I assume that the people in the culture I mean, if they like getting drunk and that's centrally drinking kerosene alcohol that they like getting high. Too. So. Where? Certainly trickled its way down. I mean I it's it's not you know, it's not entirely off base that people called marijuana jazz drug. There are a lot of jazz musicians who liked using marijuana. Of course. There are a lot of white people who, like using marijuana to I mean you have songs from the twenties and thirties where you have jazz musicians using slang terms to sort of mask, the fact that they're talking about, you know, smoking weed. And so it was something that existed. But it also was something that was not just in the parlance, or the sort of racist parlance of political leaders in media organizations. It really became part of the American social fabric, that this was a bad drug that only bad people used why would it have emerged as? As in option in a non immoral option at some point, maybe during prohibition or something. Why was it always a decline say thing. So it's interesting that the his the broader history is actually quite interesting. So medical cannabis was on the shelves of what we call pharmacies today. Apothecary is in the seventeen hundreds and eighteen hundreds and it was used for a variety of ailments, including some of the things that people use medical marijuana for today, and it wasn't really until the twentieth century, the very late eighteen hundreds, but most of the twentieth century this became more of a political tool in a race allies tool and that continued through for decades. And as people understood people in, you know, political leadership positions understood that this was a way to divide and conquer politically. It was in easy way to manipulate the public into understanding that this is something that should be. Dangerous and it transitioned its way from just a rhetorical device to a legal device starting in the nineteen thirties in continuing through until the nineteen seventies when it was finally baked into law completely to make this an illegal substance. It is so fascinating, you would think that just anecdotally, the think about reading the police logs somebody's intoxicated, in a Sultan, battery and drunk driving. When I went to high school, maybe it was the same with you. And they would bring a drunk driving car to the high school, one that was totally man yelled and just to kind of show, you scared straight kind of thing, but he was never somebody was on marijuana in, in violent and things like that. So how did the propaganda beat out the reality that was right there in front of us? You know, that, that's a really interesting question when one of the ways that propaganda was successful early on came about because most people had never experienced marijuana. They weren't around it. They never used it. Now I'm talking, you know, probably the first fifty years of the twentieth century, it just wasn't a drug. That was in vogue. And so if you're searing, these news, reports you're hearing political leaders, talk in a certain way and it's something you've never experienced it's very easy just to adopt. What the government line was. So you know if you read. Media and government reports from the first half of the twentieth century, you will hear things about marijuana causing delusions, and violence and murders. And rapes and promiscuity. Of course, promiscuity was almost always associated with a white woman using it. And then having sex with a person of color, and just Avonex layer, right and causing really psychotic breaks, and in all of this was manufactured, of course. And but again, when it's a drug. No one's really. No. Not many people have used, it's easy to buy that. And I think once you, you got to the sixties and seventies when more people became exposed to the drug, they were able to be a bit more skeptical about it, even as the government ramped up television propaganda, and you get into the drug war ads of the Reagan administration, there was still some. Skepticism out there because so many more people hit experienced it and said, you know, I smoked weed a little bit in the sixties, and I didn't go out and rape, a bunch of people in my family. So there's something off here. It's interesting. Even if you look at documentaries of the Beatles around nineteen sixty five eight changed, you know, they were they were no longer than them up top guys. They were they've got mustaches and their music chain became little more psychedelic, and they were loudly extolling the virtues of marijuana. Dylan had introduced him and they never looked back. But for for a lot of people, they were in the early Beatles were considered the more moral Beatles. Those are the ones if you want to emulate, they were gentlemen. They were suits. They were nice, and then this, this weird, you know, they, they getting high and they just fall apart into the counter culture thing I wonder if, if that's just one of the narratives that people use using pop culture to try to steer people away from marijuana. Where a lot of people in pop culture, enjoy marijuana very loudly. Well, that's right. And I think the Beatles got caught up like you said and counterculture movement, excuse me counterculture movement. That was much broader than the Beatles. And, and it was politically motivated. So when you think of the Beatles, you don't eat early on, especially you don't necessarily think of hippies. But what you do appreciate that. It's something different. It's something against the grain. The, you know, even though the Beatles were not seen as in, you know, at the beginning of their career as you said, like they were toward the end there were a lot of people who thought that, that type of music, parents of music, was really bad. A really bad influence. And then marijuana just added a layer to that. But, but like I said, it was more than that, because it got wrapped into beat Nixon, the fifties hippies in the sixties, and counterculture, generally and, and really Richard. Nixon capitalized on this during the Vietnam war, and toward the end of it to say these are those bad people, what was initially Mexican immigrants, and then it was black jazz singers, transition to whatever political group, needed to be Leonid and also whatever quote unquote, good group needed to get behind the cause to fight against that. And Richard Nixon, he didn't necessarily fire the first shot in the war on drugs. But when I write in the book that he was really a top general. Now, you can see certainly the, the propaganda, and I did see a great, great Nixon speech on the drug war, and you would think that he was talking about zombies that were were attacking. But, but, but they did they we can. I mean both of us have grown up around people, I think who have been there owners out there. Is what I'm saying in. So there is there's some bad propaganda. That's, that's not bad. Probably some bad marketing. That is organic that is this coli marijuana smoker? For instance, from fast times at ridgemont high like those guys kind of exist and haven't really done any, any favors you that is that is part of the part of the problem. Right. Oh, absolutely. I I mean there are I think in when it comes to any substance and a lot of behaviors that that involve drugs, or other type of, you know, substances, you're going to have people who overuse them. And surely, there are people with what we call cannabis use disorder. They're addicted, they haven't dependence and they are emulated oftentimes in pop culture in ways that are not necessarily helpful for people seeking out reform. So I'm you mentioned fast fast times. Ridgemont high. You know, I think teaching song. When you when you have people who are seeking to change laws teaching Chong are the last the last type of, of stereotype, that you want what they want nowadays in an era of legalization is, you know, someone like you and me professionals who go to work and have a career and then come home, and they think am I gonna have a glass of wine tonight or am I gonna smoke a little tonight in? That's the vision that the movement wants to convey into reality. It's a much better reflection of the average cannabis user in the United States than some of the movies from the seventies, and eighties so interesting that you say that John, John Hudek, by the way, and he has written a book marijuana short history. He's with the Brookings institute in that director center for effective public management, and senior fellow of governments. Studies. Is john? I'm forty six. There are many, my friends who are who enjoy marijuana if we go party somewhere somewhere, they smoke and none of them would come on the podcast to talk about another want their parents to know, these are professional adults John, how powerful is this stigma? The segment is certainly there. I will say it's weakening, quite a bit, though, you know, this is something that as more states legalize it is seen more like alcohol in terms of something that people consume than it is like heroin for instance. And but there are a lot of companies where it's still frowned upon there. A lot of social circles where it's still frowned upon, and those taboos are were decades, more than a century in, in the making and you're not gonna get rid of them overnight. But the reality when you look at the statistics of, you know, cannabis users today, it's, it's pretty interesting. So you're in Massachusetts, you're an illegal state, and there are the fastest growing demographic of cannabis users recreational cannabis users in the United States are women over fifty. You know, they don't wanna be seen at that dispensary, buying anything any product..

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"hudek" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"hudek" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"One hundred twenty countries. I'm Martin to Carrow now, let's get a check on the markets and the latest business headlines with Charlie. Pellett. Thank you Martin. It was a down Monday stocks marched almost all the way back from a selloff sparked by President Trump's threat to escalate the trade war with investors taking solace from worthy. China will still attend talks this week Kathryn Rooney Varas head of research and strategy at Baltic this fails Karnad thank because Tump always comes out with the same tactics. Right. I mean who can say that it's not negotiating ploy or it is. But it certainly seems to be consistent with the playbook. John Hudek is senior fellow at the Brookings Institution. The reality is that, you know, president. She does not have to face voters in eighteen months, like President Trump does. And I think the Chinese understand that they hold an economic and political power within the United States based on both responses to presidential tweets like we saw this week and their own choices over the policies and the behaviors that Bill put forward mail us equity strategist at tape back. He was interviewed on daybreak Asia. That we could follow a little bit further. You know, a lot of times when we get new news. It's important to see what the market has done leading into that situation. And since we're going to have this great big run-up leading into this news. You know, it could have a little bit further to fossil. I I'd wanna hold off before buying on weakness and break Asia will kick off about twenty eight minutes from now g breaks a six quarter losing streak as CEO Brian do Perot's revamp as off a reported first-quarter adjusted EPS of a dollar fifty eight beating the average estimate of a dollar five S and P five hundred index climbed through much of the afternoon session after tumbling by the most since March at the opening of trading. The s&p was down thirteen points. A drop today of just about five tenths of one percent. The Dow average down sixty eight points, a drop their of three tenths of one percent, while NASDAQ fell forty a drop of five tenths of one percent. I'm Charlie Pellett. That's a Bloomberg business flash. Bloomberg best with June Grasso and Ed Baxter. Her continues. Testing.

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"hudek" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

10:40 min | 3 years ago

"hudek" Discussed on KGO 810

"In two eighty it's in Hillsboro. It looks like a Flintstones house. It's a crazy looking house. You've never seen anything like it. You gotta take a ride onto eighty just look up in the hills there, you'll see the house, but now people some people, hey, it's really cool and others. Like, it's nice. Are it doesn't. Suit. The neighbor. Some people are it is crazy that you have to you got to check it out. Anyway, it's call some call it highly a highly visible eyesore and out of keeping with community standards. Oh god. So the Hillsborough planning and building officials are asking a judge to officially declare the Flintstone house, a public nuisance, and they wanna recently erected metal menagerie of prehistoric animals removed. It's so insane. This house, it has red and different colors these big animals outside so media mogul who's this media mogul, Florence FANG. Chris we have to learn who this meat like what is what does she mogul? Like what media does she mogul name Florence FANG fan? She's a media mogul. Maybe she could help us. Maybe she could kick started her career. Florence. What can you do for me? I love your house Florence. Always looked like the Flintstones house. Just added her touches she purchased the property in two thousand seventeen quickly to work remaking, the backyard. The heard a fifteen foot dinosaurs a giraffe a mastodon to even really know what a master down looks like oh, thank I do and brightly colored mushrooms. Few fans, she has and vitriolic haters, far and wide the nineteen seventy six home was the brainchild of architect William Nicholson, he designed a multi-domed home. He was experimenting with unconventional building materials and construction techniques. It includes biologic kitchen biologic kitchen know, what that is designed by an architect whose name I can't pronounce it has a game room a conversation. What's a conversation pit like fire sit around it three bedrooms, one with a loft. It's all these round little domes when I see it. You really are watching a cartoon the Flintstones so FANG started remodeling in late two thousand seventeen was there the house, but? This is so funny, and she continued into two thousand eighteen it didn't end with whimsical, figurines or ado sign. I saw Fred Flintstone statue. When I was researching this story. So I hope that wasn't superimposed. So wrote Hillsborough attorney Marc Hudek a complaint filed earlier this week that it didn't end with a whimsical. Figuring our attitude, son. I guess it had it ended with the whimsical figuring the Tapageuse sign. Can you imagine going to court? Yes, sir. They have a deputy sign, and I thought that that would stop there at the cabbage sign. Keep going on. Is there a burger on the on the bun with fries on the side? She also installed a retaining wall steps columns gay to parking strip and attack some of those improvements created life, safety hazards, including a staircase without a handrail that required immediate correction. He argued in the court, finally, he stares she doesn't have a railing of people fall in the head. Who cares? We're so into everybody else's business. Do you care if this lady has avid avenue house, who cares doesn't really bother you that somebody has a sense of fun and creativity? We all have to be the same. What's interesting untuckit an island thirty miles off the coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, they have this rule that there's no franchises. So everything has to be individual. Right. You have to be then everybody dresses the same and all their homes at the same. So it's there is a Fred Flintstone. I hope that's real. And there's the mushrooms the town issued stop work orders. But FANG continue to make improvements without permits says this. Lawyer. So in two thousand eighteen decision and order from the towns administrative panel, Tim Anderson, the Hillsborough building officials said that due to their height some of the prehistoric metal animals qualified as unin close structures. This is going on in court. But there's a guy who said that due to their height some of the prehistoric metal animals. Come on qualified as enclosed structures required planning approval in a building permit. I hate people. I hate people really these lawyers making a ton of money, you you're stupid smelling neighbor. Enjoy your life, you'll have sex with your spouse. Go into a good glass of champion and let the Gabba knew what they wanted what you can live next to me Florence FANG. And you don't even have to help my career. I would just be nice to you because I like her creativity. Are you listening Florence? It's Maureen sounds like she's a pretty good human. Why what does she doing donates? Millions of dollars to my gosh. Women awfully hard on Sunday nights. Berkeley's East Asian library. She don't an original c forty seven aircraft. Even thought is is that like the bowling thing that doesn't work on Lincoln early airplane? Okay. Couple things we have to get airplane expert. I don't wanna flying in the other thing is do Lawrence FANG would talk to us. Maybe can we see for next week foreign FANG? But maybe because it's in court we can't up, and I hope not hope that that's not the case. You can join us. I want to continue crystal and you can listen to this. They don't like the sign. They don't like the prehistoric mental animals are so high the people who are complaining in the neighborhood similarly, the sign artificial turf and smaller figurines classified as landscape improvements that needed to be removed unless there was a prior approval by city officials. This makes me so landscaper passes a Fred Flintstone statue while working at the house if this is onto eighty in Hillsborough. You have to buy it. It didn't. Healthy improvements. Fang made on her property were far outside the norms. Observed by panel members throughout the town. I get so angry that people do not let this woman live her life and have fun in her. Fred Flintstone house if she wants to dress like Wilma and go to the supermarket and I'll just like Betty right next to her. I don't care. I will carry a car up to my waist and scurry along with my titties. Why do people care does? It really hurt. You. If a person has an insane house next to you. I don't think. So would it bother you? Why does it bother people because it's like my properties next door. Why me and my husband with our hedge funds. This is not what we do. When people come over. That's how people are. Okay. So these landscaping improvements are prominent and visible from public rights of way, including interstate two eighty and various away from other properties in Hillsborough. They are designed to be very intrusive resulting the owners vision for her property being imposed on many other properties views without regard to the desires of other residents. That's right. She shouldn't give craff what what you want. Maybe she hit your velvet curtains. How about that you ever think about that? Maybe she hates you're stupid pool. Maybe doesn't like above ground pools. If you ever think about that. I'm talking about the home I often, but maybe hey, we had six screaming kids. You think the neighbors store like that? No, do you think that Mr. champion wanted to run me down with his car when I was on my paper out because there was something wrong with him. Do you think people like that, my friend meg's mother laid on their front lawn rap in winter coat in the summertime now? But people got to be able to life unless people are partying, and it's loud. It's two in the morning. You gotta try by funhouse because the woman has some creativity. So now town officials are asking a judge to enforce the order FANG to remove the some the anti diluting animals anti Duluth diluvian animals, even if that word is to remove the eight can you find out what that means crystal an t d I l UVA an anti delusion animals and officially declared the property public nuisance reimbursed the town for the suit and a warrant any further relief is a court teams, just improper this. You guys is a load of crap do honest to God care of MRs FANG has a fun house with metal animals that are really tall. And Fred Flintstone. You. Florence. I applaud you, and I hope that people get their stupid under are out of there. But cracks just let him live. There's so many rules anti antediluvian. What does that mean? Pre diluvian or pre-flood period. It's a time period between the fall of humans, and the Genesis flood narrative in the biblical 'cause Molly. Wow. That's a lot. Yeah. A lot with her. So she has Taraf a master Don fifteen foot dinosaurs brightly colored brightly colored mushrooms. Fred Flintstone as she calls it the new house, but see these lawyers, you know, now, they want her to pay for the lawsuit. They wanna sue her for permits like it's also crazy everything people have to get overly impounded or life. Don't they like, what do you care and find stupid reasons to so you just because you have a lot of money. I love you, MRs FANG or miss FANG, rather don't wanna be presumptuous. Are you know, I love the gay men's chorus of San Francisco. The San Francisco Bay, minutes course, they have a documentary coming out they went to the deep south of the you know place that could is known not for being the most liberal of places. So just ahead. The artistic director of the San Francisco, games course, talks about their lavender pen tour has been made into a documentary. That's going to the Tribeca film festival. This is really exciting. Saw the trailer. It's gonna be great. So we'll have that just ahead. I'm.

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"hudek" Discussed on Hockey Today

Hockey Today

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"hudek" Discussed on Hockey Today

"In the guys veteran. It's got the biggest reach longest reach in the league, but he hung in there. But that's just the postscript because this island or team had just thirteen shots on goal including getting out Sean the first period fourteen to to they lost fill for the next four weeks. Everley is day to day. Islanders look tired. They looked banged up. And we talked how important it would be more important for the islanders than the capitals to win the metropolitan division. Not that either of them have to do it as long as you finish those top three avoid having to play Tampa until the conference final all that could be accomplished as the second place teams the third place team. You don't wanna fall the third and have home ice disadvantage right away. But if the Allender finishing second place not that big of a deal, not awful. You don't even know who you're gonna play in the first round could be Pittsburgh could be Carolina could be Columbus Hudek knows whatever you get you get but winning the division for the islanders. I think psychologically be good because they've had it for good portion of the second half of the season. It would be such tremendous story had they gotten there more. So than for the capitals could probably make a run, you know, whether the first place team at the second place team early probably would matter, you know. But right now, the Allders just look like they're a little sluggish, and they certainly showed last night mustering just the thirteen shots on goal losing five nothing, and they lose a whole the first place because the caps beat the. Devils final. There was four to one. That's the game. You gotta get the devils are one of those teams that when you play them you should be able to beat them and they did. And they got right out of the box. Quickly score to fifty two into the game. Boura ski gets his twelve of the season. Devils tight late and a goal with one second left in the period by St. no. And that's the last. They were heard from Conley coups. Nets off Wilson all getting goals for the Washington Capitals. And they just continue to move forward here. And now first place in the metropolitan division. Maybe the game in the night to me was the penguins and the hurricanes in Carolina. And this is just been a tremendous tremendous story has we've talked about. But this looks like it wasn't going to be there night. Right. Because they get the early lead give it up fall behind on tangle gorgeous breakaway by Tang. It's great feed from Russ Gansel involved as well. But then Justin Williams scores listed two minutes to play to force overtime. Right. We'll get a point. Maybe they can steal the next. Point which they end up doing in the shootout Dougie Hamilton gets the only goal in the shootout. So they draw a point closer to that third place. Spot, you know, avoid having to to settle for the wild card of Carolina can get in that top three. They'd be in pretty good shape. And also try to distance themselves from the other teams falling out of the playoffs. So right now Carolina as we speak to points back a Pittsburgh for third place with still two games in hand. And they also have a gain a hand on the islanders and their four points back of them. So Carolina's in good shape. Carolina also extends their lead to three points over Columbus. Who lost a Calgary last night for the second? Wildcard thus avoiding having the play Tampa and Montreal who picked up a win in Philadelphia their point out of the playoff spots. But now four point separates Carolina from completely falling out of the playoffs. And again, they have a game in hand on Montreal game in hand on Columbus game in hand on Philadelphia's Carolina's in great shape. So that was a huge win for them specially trailing with tomb. Hits to go in the game to be able to win. And again, what creativity at the end of the game. Sorry, Don cherry, but they're really came up with a good one where they played duck on on the big screen in Raleigh..

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"hudek" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"hudek" Discussed on KTRH

"Cloudy skies here this morning. Even a stray shower to those clouds will break up give away to sunshine warmer as well. Middle to upper sixties this afternoon late night showers. Storms possible tonight, upper forties. I'm meteorologist Ken Boone from the Weather Channel fifty on the island forty-seven now at the KTAR h top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center. Nine one our top story. A huge winter storm that's expected to slam every state east of the Mississippi River so already prompted the cancellation of more than a thousand flights schools are closed amid forecasts of heavy snow and ice Detroit, Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington and New York expected to see the worst of it. You may have delays flying out of hobby in the coming days. Southwest. Airlines says there have been an unprecedented number of aircraft grounded for maintenance issues. More than one hundred flights were cancelled nationwide. Tuesday ficials with the Dallas based carrier say they expect about twenty aircraft to be out of commission on any given day. Spike, maybe related to contract talks with the labor union representing maintenance workers which have been dragging on for six years. Mexican authorities today plan to shut down a makeshift facility across the border from eagle pass. Pass which houses over sixteen hundred central Americans. Matthew Hudek acting chief patrol agent for the Dell. Border patrol agent for the del Rio sector says while some are headed home or staying in Mexico. Hundreds of others have only added to the never ending stream of illegals crossing into that region. In recent months over ten thousand arrests so far this year, and that's just in this sector, and you know, that's going vary day to day anywhere from fifty to over two hundred Hudek says many are family units in the border patrol is not equipped to handle them. KTAR news. I'm coming up on nine zero three more than two dozen. Members of the notorious MS thirteen gang were concealed in that group of central Americans. In a caravan outside eagle pass they've been deported. Police say ten gang members were first identified two weeks ago. And the caravan I arrived at the border thirty say fifteen other agitators were sent packing after fights Roque out with police in PS Negras, US immigration officials are processing about a dozen applications per day. But there are an estimated sixteen hundred people from the caravan require. Testing asylum. A seven year old Austin boy is being trolled for setting up a hot chocolate standard raise money for the border wall. Benton Stevens got the idea after watching the president's state of the union address this month set up shop in a strip mall where critics started complaining to the store owner and even call the kid little Hitler on social media. Stevens has raised about five grand which will be donated through a gofundme page for the border wall. On Wall Street, the Dow is up twenty five the NASDAQ is up twenty s and p five hundred up to oil at fifty five eighty seven news on demand, Katie rich dot com next update at nine thirty breaking information as it happens. Now, more Michael berry. I'm Scott veteran. Houston's news, weather and traffic station. Newsradio seven forty KTAR h..

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"hudek" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"hudek" Discussed on KTRH

"Studies says the US supreme court and the court of appeals will be friendly to the president is a judiciary that has traditionally in the past. Then more deferential to executive power. And again, the fifth circuit is also a favorable court of appeals for the president Arthur says the drug and human trafficking crisis is obvious to those who've been to the border, most of the Democrats state attorneys general who are suing over this emergency declaration are states that don't border Mexico concerns are escalating an eagle pass over a possible. Influx of the Central American migrants. After Mexican authorities in ounce plans to close that makeshift shelter that houses sixteen hundred Matthew Hudek has acting chief patrol agent for the del Rio sector. He says Mexican authorities are now trying to disband the large group by bussing some to other border towns, hundreds of miles away in Mexico has offered humanitarian visas to some of those people to remain in Mexico. There's some parts of that group that have actually taken the steps return to their country. You could says others have started slipping across the US border identify a little less than two hundred people that are. Claiming to be part of that group. We hope for the last several days are arrests have been three to four times their normal rate. He says the del Rio sector is already made over ten thousand apprehensions since October many of whom are family units that border patrol is simply unprepared to handle. Nick ranking bitch. Newsradio seven forty KTAR. H meantime, more than two dozen people in that caravan outside of eagle pass had been deported after Mexican authorities identified them as members of the notorious MS thirteen gang ten were ID by police when the caravan I arrived in Patras niggers two weeks ago. Another fifteen were deported after fights broke out with police at that border town shelter US immigration officials in eagle pass processing about a dozen asylum. Applications a day, but as I said earlier, there are sixteen hundred people in that caravan trying to get into the United States, Texas attorney general's office is asking a federal judge to toss a lawsuit that was filed by Lou lack another other civil rights groups to stop it. Investigation into the citizenship of thousands of Texas voters. Now, the secretary of state Alrighty backpedaled a little bit admitting that some of the people on the list had since become naturalized, but Catherine Engelbrecht with true the vote says that's why these probes are done in a matter that is as sensitive as this. We really have to be conscientious about checking to make sure that citizenship challenges are based on fact, and we are accurately identifying those people who have gone on to become citizens based on fact, not emotion, civil rights groups, call the pro threat, devoting writes, the Texas AG's office says this is required by our law. Our news time now six oh, four the green new deal from Alexandria, Cossio Cortez has progressives all excited, but before it goes into place that might want to check with the Texas town does he how that version went KTAR has close? Sandra is live with Georgetown, Texas, while they lost about thirty. Thirty million dollars on their version of the green new deal. Mark Verana with the climate depot. Telling KTAR each residents there. They pretty much got snookered in the initial promotion of it allegory even featured the mayor of the city, and is a sequel to his climate film as a hero Chuck divorce. L Fox News. The green new deals are just too much money for you fossil fuels traditional fuels natural gas coal nuclear power. They're reliable and they're affordable. Moreno says the policies could fail. If the cost of made public before they're voted on voters aren't going to put up with massive increases in energy costs for absolutely no benefit in climate. And even if you just say, well, let's at least get our emissions now. He'll be no difference to global emissions. Yeah. But it was a difference to the energy bills in Georgetown, which went up by an average of thirteen dollars a month because of these new green policies. Yeah. And they were only getting fifteen percent of their energy from it as we just learned in our live interview. I mean, really you still comes from fossil fuels they call themselves. One hundred percent that is only fifteen percent. Thirty million dollars in the hole for it. Go snooker. Okay. That's the numbers. High tech coming to the grocery store. How about that looking forward to it? A phone app is created that allows you to walk into a grocery.

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"hudek" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

10:19 min | 3 years ago

"hudek" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"From our Bank accounts. What we do is we use a two person voucher system. So I speak for my local, and I speak for the national to the national does the same thing, you know, you purchasing out of your pocket, and then you send it about her. And then he goes through through digital good system. It prevents from a lot of issues happening. But obviously some individuals don't understand what the word reimbursement means on to some sad. Sad news. And I I will tell you. When issues like this happened. We all know that something can happen to us when we go out on patrol. It's it's sad that things like this happen. I've had very good friends. Go out on patrol and not make it home. But this week we got word of the horrible news that in the del real sector agent. Dos. Died while performing her duties protecting the community protecting our borders and protecting the citizens of the United States of America. The real sector chief acting sector chief, Matthew Hudek. He did say that our heart prayers and support go out to aged DASA's family in this time of need. Definitely definitely. Horrible news. I'm not going to get into the specifics. The specifics. You know, obviously, it's they're still investigating it. They're still looking at how it happened. It was during a traffic stop tremendous loss. I think a win win something like this happens. It's it's very heartbreaking. The green line about behalf of the Greenland, and everyone that works here everyone that helps to show and honestly, I think I'm on Canada's team Tucson. So I can honestly say on behalf of everyone down here at the Kennedy family. We want to pass along our deepest deepest condolences to border patrol agent. Dos. Family friends colleagues everyone out during the door. Real her classmates just a patrol in general and. And I don't wanna use this platform to to push any type of agenda, but you as agents when we're out there. We just have to be extremely extremely vigilant. Watch what's going on watch each other's backs? You know, we we routinely perform one person stops. Even something like that. Make sure when you're doing a stop. It's it's as simple as going on the radio and saying I'm in such and such an area. Do I have any units available to to assist with a stop something something because you know? It's just it's just tragic that anything like this can happen. And I think it raises to a higher level if it happens while you're on patrol by yourself. So. No. It's just heartbreaking. I mean, what can I say? It was late at night when I heard getting ready to go to bed, and I stayed up for much of the night. I know it sounds some guys who understand it some people don't those that don't I hope you understand it. When I explain it when something like this happens. It it affects me it's heartbreaking. I didn't sleep throughout the night. Just thinking that you know, this agent dos at some point she made the decision to join the border patrol. She has a family. You know, mom, dad, you know, cousins. Whatever, you know, just just family and she made that decision to join the patrol. She went through the academy. Like most of us do and listen, I don't care if you went through Glencore Charleston in New Mexico where the end you're wearing that uniform. And you went through the academy to wear that badge unless you're the FBI guy. But. You know, you sit there, and you think his someone that went through everything that we all have gone through. She put a uniform on. She went out on patrol. She went to muster. She joked around before she got an vehicle. And she never made it home. And all those things go through my mind. At night. Every time I've guide the news. That we've lost one of our own. It took on my position within the union ranks, first and foremost has a Stewart. Then as a. Vice president within local that moved up the ranks to several vice president positions and then executive vice president to our became president of local two five four four. I moved on decided to go into national position. And I did all this because I care. I'm not in it for me. I'm not in it for what I'm gonna do when I retire, and I know people think awards positioning so for some type of political career afterwards. I'm not just so you guys know on Matt pushing for any political career, but what I do right now. I do it at one hundred percent because that's how I've always been. I've always done things that a hundred percent or else. I don't bother doing them. I one hundred percent care about taking care of the agents. I'm not here to try to get anything for myself. I have lately I've joked. But the joke sounds pretty darn good. I can tell you that that when I retire. You will find me in my backyard. Wrenching on harley's or any type of motorcycle and trying to get some hot rods built. But that's it. You know? That's that's I mean. It's disturbing. And I think when we lose one of our own. More than ever even now with the way politics. Are we need to truly have each other's back? Just all of us as agents, whether you know, you anyone's had issues with other people in the past or whatever. Because you know, you have disagreements you have arguments you have these issues that come up. But in the end guys, I'm telling you guys and girls out there. Yes, we have people that that do care about the patrol. And I know there's a lot of civilians in the listen to the show. And I know you guys care about us and you care about getting things done. Right. But when we're out there on that field, and when we're in the locker room, I guess you would say we're all we got. The support from people that don't wear the badge. Don't wear the uniform is outstanding. And it's it's a blessing truly a blessing. But those of us did wear the uniform. Those of us that have gone through the academy. We need to stick together. More than ever. We really do we need to stop eating our own at times. I've seen it happen. I've seen it happen on social media. We we we need to stick together. That's what it comes down to. You know, and I think. Now, I don't want to say, I'm just rambling. I'm not. I'm trying to explain things to you guys because those are all the feelings that that have been festering. And a lot of it comes from that. From from reminding myself and seeing how fragile we are as humans and. It all came about by. Just thinking about aged DASA's death out there in del real. Horrific horrific. It's always horrible to hear that. I've gone through it several times here within. A local too five four four. But it it never gets easy. Just doesn't. So it is. It's a it's a different. If it's a different feel first half hour, obviously has been dedicated to explain to you what's going on. What's happening where we're at? It is it's one I'm giving you guys all the back door scenes of what happens out here. Took a lunch break from going back and forth in meetings in conference calls. It is now one seven pm here on the east coast on a Tuesday. And it's before the state of the union, which I have been invited to tonight by congressman Andy Biggs, I'm going to take a break. But when I come back, it will be after the state of the union. You're listening to the green line stay with us. I'm..

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"hudek" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"hudek" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Resignations attorney general, Mark herring. The latest admitting that he attended a college party years ago in black face in a statement. He said the memory of that experience has haunted him ever since. And he continues that I had contributed to the pain Virginians. Have felt this week is the greatest shame. I've ever felt in the days ahead. Honest conversations and discussions will make it clear whether I can or should continue to serve as a tenor general. But no matter where we go from here. I will say that from the bottom of my heart. I am deeply deeply sorry for the pain that I caused with this revelation Garrett ten days ago, attorney general Herron called on Virginia's governor Ralph Northam to resign over his admission of wearing black face woman who accuses Virginia's Lieutenant governor just in Fairfax of sexually assaulting her fifteen years ago now released details of the encounter, which Fairfax insists was consensual. The Pentagon moving two hundred fifty troops to the US border crossing at eagle pass Texas just across the border from the spot where the latest Central American migrant caravan is gathering anybody that makes that illegal entry into the United States crossing the Rio Grande here in eagle pass. They will be arrested. They will be detained border patrol agent. Matthew hudek? There are signs that the bipartisan conference committee working to avoid a second federal government shutdown may be making progress on the issue. L speaker Nancy Pelosi says she has told the conferees that she will support whatever package they come up with and says, she hopes the president will respect the process as well. The deadline Ford agreement to prevent a second federal government shutdown one week from tomorrow. This is Fox News. The savvy realtor. You get a raise or something. Yeah. Right. And how can you afford to drive that huge car? I mean, the gas on that baby must be crazy pay less for gas in everyone else..

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"hudek" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"hudek" Discussed on KTOK

"Virginia. Senator Tim Kaine reacting to the top three elected state officeholders all facing calls for their resignations attorney, general, Mark herring. The latest admitting that he attended a college party years ago in black face the statement, he said the memory of that experience has haunted him ever since. And he continues that I had contributed to the pain Virginians. Have felt this week is the greatest shame. I've ever felt in the days ahead. Honest conversations and discussions will make it clear whether I can or should continue to serve as attorney general. But no matter where we go from here. I will say that from the bottom of my heart. I am deeply deeply sorry for the pain that I caused with this revelation Garrett ten days ago, attorney general Herron called on Virginia's governor Ralph Northam to resign over his admission of wearing black face woman, who accuses Virginia's Lieutenant governor. Justin Fairfax of sexually assaulting her fifteen years ago now released details of the encounter, which Fairfax insists was consensual. The Pentagon moving two hundred fifty troops to the US border crossing eagle pass Texas just across the border from the spot where the latest Central American migrant caravan is gathered anybody that makes that illegal entry into the United States crossing the Rio Grande here in eagle pass. They will the arrested they will be detained border patrol agent. Matthew hudek? There are signs that the bipartisan conference committee working to avoid a second federal government shutdown may be making progress on the issue. L speaker Nancy Pelosi says she has told the conferees the chiefs support whatever package they come up with and says, she hopes the president will respect the process as well. The deadline Ford agreement to prevent a second federal government shutdown one week from tomorrow. This is Fox News..

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"hudek" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"hudek" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Connected with stimulating talk and breaking news on talkradio six hundred eighty WCBS, Baltimore and wcbMcom. Virginia turns mom, Jack Callaghan. Fox News genius. Or saying clearly and loudly behaviors are unacceptable Virginia. Senator Tim Kaine reacting to the top three elected state office holders all facing calls for their resignations attorney, general, Mark herring. The latest admitting that he attended a college party years ago in black face statement, the memory of that experience has haunted him ever since. And he continues that I had contributed to the pain Virginians. Have felt this week is the greatest shame. I've ever felt in the days ahead on his conversations and discussions will make it clear whether I can or should continue to serve as attorney general. But no matter where we go from here. I will say that from the bottom of my heart. I am deeply deeply sorry for the pain that I caused with this revelation Garrett Tenny only days ago, attorney general Herron called on Virginia's governor Ralph northern to resign over his admission of wearing black face a woman who accuses Virginia's Lieutenant governor, Justin. Fairfax. Of sexually assaulting her fifteen years ago now released details of the encounter, which Fairfax insists was consensual. The Pentagon moving two hundred fifty troops to the US border crossing at eagle pass, Texas. That's just across the border from the spot where the latest Central American migrant caravan is gathering anybody that makes that illegal entry into the United States crossing the Rio Grande here in eagle pass. They will be arrested. They will be detained border patrol agent. Matthew hudek? There are signs that the bipartisan conference committee working to avoid a second federal government shutdown may be making progress on the issue. L speaker Nancy Pelosi says she has told the conferees that she will support whatever package they come up with and says, she hopes the president will respect the process as well. The deadline Ford agreement to prevent a second federal government shutdown one.

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"hudek" Discussed on Not So Standard Deviations

Not So Standard Deviations

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"hudek" Discussed on Not So Standard Deviations

"Anyway, so that it does that one does feel like a parasitic relationship because it's like using your data in ways that you might not be aware of or like, you know, it's like this kind of attention. I mean, kind of like the like the talk it's like like what apps are like grabby. I mean, probably all apps are designed to grab your attention. And so like, what does a mindful relationship? Look like it. And like, I think it's like hard with the apps that are just like, you know, like Twitter, I feel like is like truly addictive, you know, probably Facebook to like like these apps are things that people use to escape reality. And then they make it like super easy to do that. And they see it as a positive KPI if you do that. So let's like I mean, it's like tobacco. It's like you to create this addictive thing. And then people buy it. But they know it's bad for them. And they know it's like, I don't know. It's there. There's like there's like the ability to like have positive like there's ability to like build a positive company. You know, I would just say I don't disagree. But yeah, I think the business follow does affect that. I think if you pay for something like, you know, look at newspapers, for example, you know, like the things like the newspapers or whatever the news sources that I directly pay for. And they give me news. Like, I feel very good about like I typically feel good about those relationships. And so it's like you're providing a service that I appreciate paying for it. Yeah. So anyway, we kind of like I kind of went out a sidetrack here. Now, have you knew this aside? Try, but I I mean, I there was this was something I intended to talk about just because I think I feel like I have struggled in the past with thinking about like. Yeah. Like, my relationship with all these different data science technologies. Unlike certainly on this podcast. We don't talk about the breadth of everything out there. But I think I just I think I was thinking about that really differently. After seeing like just how positive in supported the community was at this conference. And like how this company essentially cultivated that I mean, I think the community was there. But I think this company is definitely helped like foster that community. And then also just like kind of having this different like framing of relationship with technology in general. Well, I think at the end of the day. So it is a good company. I mean as far as I can tell it's a good company. And and they're the people who work there at good, and they try to do they produce a good product. So it's like, you know, it's win win win. I guess right. Yeah. Yeah. And anyway, so yeah. Thank you for indulging. I feel like you don't quite you're not quite on board that we went there. But I am happy. No. I'm totally onboard. Yeah. I told a quick Haskell story though. Yeah. So I I was in college. I once enrolled in a class with Paul Hudek who is the creator Haskell, and I could not have dropped that class faster. It was like, that's the way. It was maybe Haskell's changed. I was a long time ago. I think it's changed quite a bit. But like, wow, it was about for me. Yeah. Well, that explains a lot. Well, it's one of these languages that. I think like, you know, I think it's what it is pure functional languages that has a very close connection with like the mathematics behind it. It's oversight. It's like it. Feels like coded mathematics. Which has the benefit which that you can kind of like you can prove things and stuff like that about it. But man, it's like doesn't. Doesn't. His rough. Yeah, that's hilarious. So I I mean, maybe it a class on Haskell. Yes. But well, no, no, no. I take it back. It was a class on functional programming that used Haskell. Okay. Yeah. So you took like major lots of about. About that one. Complaint. I took other classes, but not that would. Yeah. Yeah. Have like you're like, you're interested in software in general. Yeah. Yeah. That's like one hence building are one point. Oh, which I never actually succeeded to dig..

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"hudek" Discussed on Not So Standard Deviations

Not So Standard Deviations

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"hudek" Discussed on Not So Standard Deviations

"Anyway, so that it does that one does feel like a parasitic relationship because it's like using your data in ways that you might not be aware of or like, you know, it's like this kind of attention. I mean, kind of like the like the talk it's like like what apps are like grabby. I mean, probably all apps are designed to grab your attention. And so like, what does a mindful relationship? Look like it. And like, I think it's like hard with the apps that are just like, you know, like Twitter, I feel like is like truly addictive, you know, probably Facebook to like like these apps are things that people use to escape reality. And then they make it like super easy to do that. And they see it as a positive KPI if you do that. So let's like I mean, it's like tobacco. It's like you to create this addictive thing. And then people buy it. But they know it's bad for them. And they know it's like, I don't know. It's there. There's like there's like the ability to like have positive like there's ability to like build a positive company. You know, I would just say I don't disagree. But yeah, I think the business follow does affect that. I think if you pay for something like, you know, look at newspapers, for example, you know, like the things like the newspapers or whatever the news sources that I directly pay for. And they give me news. Like, I feel very good about like I typically feel good about those relationships. And so it's like you're providing a service that I appreciate paying for it. Yeah. So anyway, we kind of like I kind of went out a sidetrack here. Now, have you knew this aside? Try, but I I mean, I there was this was something I intended to talk about just because I think I feel like I have struggled in the past with thinking about like. Yeah. Like, my relationship with all these different data science technologies. Unlike certainly on this podcast. We don't talk about the breadth of everything out there. But I think I just I think I was thinking about that really differently. After seeing like just how positive in supported the community was at this conference. And like how this company essentially cultivated that I mean, I think the community was there. But I think this company is definitely helped like foster that community. And then also just like kind of having this different like framing of relationship with technology in general. Well, I think at the end of the day. So it is a good company. I mean as far as I can tell it's a good company. And and they're the people who work there at good, and they try to do they produce a good product. So it's like, you know, it's win win win. I guess right. Yeah. Yeah. And anyway, so yeah. Thank you for indulging. I feel like you don't quite you're not quite on board that we went there. But I am happy. No. I'm totally onboard. Yeah. I told a quick Haskell story though. Yeah. So I I was in college. I once enrolled in a class with Paul Hudek who is the creator Haskell, and I could not have dropped that class faster. It was like, that's the way. It was maybe Haskell's changed. I was a long time ago. I think it's changed quite a bit. But like, wow, it was about for me. Yeah. Well, that explains a lot. Well, it's one of these languages that. I think like, you know, I think it's what it is pure functional languages that has a very close connection with like the mathematics behind it. It's oversight. It's like it. Feels like coded mathematics. Which has the benefit which that you can kind of like you can prove things and stuff like that about it. But man, it's like doesn't. Doesn't. His rough. Yeah, that's hilarious. So I I mean, maybe it a class on Haskell. Yes. But well, no, no, no. I take it back. It was a class on functional programming that used Haskell. Okay. Yeah. So you took like major lots of about. About that one. Complaint. I took other classes, but not that would. Yeah. Yeah. Have like you're like, you're interested in software in general. Yeah. Yeah. That's like one hence building are one point. Oh, which I never actually succeeded to dig..

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"hudek" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"hudek" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"To me but keep waiting to jump in. He doesn't know me anything. I've been paid for a thousand times. If you live to be yourself. You'll never beat anybody with more miracles in their life. Sentimental journey sentimental journey who. It's time for the rubber room. Well, he's eighty five is. Was always weird. And I remember it was at the Carson show is a frequent guest because he would just start going off on weird stuff. And was it Letterman? It was one of the to the Carson show is on all the time. If we forgot he married for the third time in two thousand seventeen a longtime friend by the name of Pamela Hudek, but they were they broke up just a month later. She got out of there. Before she ended up at the bullet in her head. Yeah. Absolutely. The hell, yes, don't worry. Robert blake. There's a certain kind of woman who would marry anybody chest anybody who's got a little fame or money. Yes. Because they're intrigued and some women are intrigued by the bad boy image. You don't see guys doing that? The always played like the tough guy. What I see guys marrying older women because they're rich or they're famous younger guys. No, no. Oh, yeah. Bring them in. They'd be one. Oh, I have to Google right? No. But seriously, and he's got to be a straight guy to that's. Yeah. All right. We got more coming up. John and Ken KFI. Debra Mark has.

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Assault, Florida and Tampa discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

01:39 min | 4 years ago

Assault, Florida and Tampa discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"The un's high commissioner for human rights condemns the killing and wounding the palestinians buys rarely troops on the gaza border these are your world headlines from abc news rupert colville is the spokesman for the commissioner lethal force may be used as a measure of last not first resort and only when there is an immediate threat to life speaking in geneva colville urges an investigation into the deadly events the taliban has launched attacks from multiple directions on a city in western afghanistan killing and wounding at least six security forces according to moscow's sentence russian opposition leader alexi only to thirty days in jail for staging unsanctioned protests in the capital he's already served several weeks long jail terms for organizing demonstrations and president putin is driven a large construction truck to road test new bridge linking southern russia in the crimean peninsula that moscow annexed from ukraine i'm tom rivers at the abc news foreign desk in london the man who says he was high on marijuana edibles when he tried to open the cabin door on a flight from seattle to beijing will serve two years in prison komo's corwin hake reports from the federal courthouse in downtown seattle friends and family of joseph hudek pack judge john c kuhn hours courtroom to plead for lenience they told the judge the twenty four year old tampa florida man is embarrassed and feels awful about assaulting a flight attendant and hitting a passenger over the head with a wine bottle while trying to open the cabin door of delta flight one twenty nine last july hudek pleaded guilty in february two four felony counts including assault.

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Washington, Xi Jinping and President discussed on Bloomberg Best

Bloomberg Best

01:37 min | 4 years ago

Washington, Xi Jinping and President discussed on Bloomberg Best

"Journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries around the world i'm jim grasso on this edition of bloomberg best for monday may seventh brookings institute senior fellow john hudek discusses republican chances in the midterm elections a strong economy is typically good for the party in this case for the republican party plus former rbi governor rotherham russian weighs in on interest rates you've seen many years without nation that doesn't mean that there isn't a magic moment when all the labor markets across the world that are in competition dyke all this and more coming up in the next hour of bloomberg best and i'm doug krizner at bloomberg world headquarters in new york let's check this hour's top business stories and the markets we've got big news in the chip business qualcomm is said to be planning to give up its push to develop chips for data centers servers we are being told qualcomm may shut its fledgling data center processor unit in an attempt to cut costs the company is also considering the possible sale of the unit shares in twenty first century fox were up by more than four percent in late us trading reuters is reporting that comcast is planning to make a bid for the most of the assets of twenty first century fox this would counter a previously accepted offer from disney valued at fifty two billion dollars the top economic advisor to china's president xi jinping plans to visit washington next week for a follow up on trade talks her recently promoted to vice premier is chinese president xi jinping's top economic advisor last friday us officials left bay two days after those trade discussions with only an agreement to keep talking president trump has threatened to impose tariffs on as much as one hundred fifty billion dollars in chinese goods now these duties can be imposed after a public comment to period at ends may twenty second and starbucks just came into some serious cash thanks to nestle the swiss food giant is buying the right to sell starbucks coffee products at a price of seven point one five billion dollars now starbucks shareholders are expecting to.

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