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 Palestinian motorist killed after alleged car ramming attack

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Palestinian motorist killed after alleged car ramming attack

"Two car bombs in Somalia's capital have killed over a hundred people Ambulances rushed to the scene of the attack at a busy junction in Mogadishu The attack took place in the same location as an even more deadly attack 5 years ago in which 500 people died People gathered at the aftermath of the scene amongst twisted metal and collapsed concrete many opened up body bags and search of their loved ones The Al-Qaeda linked Al shabab extremist group claimed responsibility saying it targeted the education ministry the group said the ministry was an enemy base in which the government is attempting to remove Somali children from the Islamic faith

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'Gone Viral: How Covid Drove the World Insane' with Justin Hart

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:17 min | Last month

'Gone Viral: How Covid Drove the World Insane' with Justin Hart

"Justin Hart, Justin. Welcome to Merck first one on one. Doctor grey, great to be with you. Thanks for having me on. All right, well, you got some great great little blurbs on the back, a good friend of the show, Mark morano, Scott Atlas, doctor Atlas, who worked for president Trump in his COVID team and also a doctor J bata charia, amazing names. Let's talk about who you are. Why are you qualified to write this book? Talk to us about you all. Why you are not insane. Well, as I said in the outset, I'm not a healthcare expert. I'm a data guy by trade. And normally I wouldn't insert myself into someone else's domain, but they seem to have no problem inserting themselves into my life. My kids education, my gym, my coffee shop. And so I took it upon myself. I had a little time on my hands to check the data. And by time on my hands, my main client has a consultant at the time of the pandemic, was a high end excursion for baby boomers. And you could imagine that business went straight out the door. So I took it to Paul myself. I said, something is just a miss here. I know how this data works. And when Doctor Fauci got in front of Congress and said that one out of a hundred people who got the disease would die, I said, that's not the numbers I see. And so I formed a ragtag bunch of activist analysts experts bombs and dads who really were kind of miffed at these policies which were keeping them from pursuing happiness that sort of general pillar of our founding documents and we took to the streets trying to understand what is happening here. And we became the key backbone arm of Scott Atlas when he was at The White House, pro Bono completely providing him with charts and data. He had nothing that The White House or that the government gave him to really work on this thing. He was fighting everyone just solo. And we worked with him on those efforts. And in the end, we just decided this is what we need to do. We need to basically arm people. And that's what this book is about. It's basically a myth busting set of chapters. Where we take everything from masks to plexiglass to asymptomatic transmission. And we give you all the data and all the stories so that people can relate this to that one neighbor that you still have that's double masked in the car alone, right?

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Caller: BLM & Antifa Busted up Capitol Building Before Anyone Else

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:55 min | Last month

Caller: BLM & Antifa Busted up Capitol Building Before Anyone Else

"This is just such a huge point in its a shame that so many people miss it. The January 6th was many, many times worse than 9 11, but for a totally different reason. This is where a political party was able to take all our three letter agencies set up all these misdirection, please on January 6th entrapment and a whole bunch of things. And then wine that into all kinds of abilities to go after everybody that was supporting the other political party Trump. All his people that would work for them help them abandon and just think about all these people languishing in the jails and everything with no kind of American justice. No nothing. Listen, this is the greatest attack on our country and damn history. And I'll tell it people are missing it. This is, you can probably understand. I started through. I've seen I see all the bull crap that they come up with on the other side and all that. But it's so deep in that they have the ability to have all these judges and do all of this injustice against innocent American people. Graham is in grandpa's in young kids in college kids that went through the carrying a flag. They didn't do a damn thing. There was only a couple hundred people in those people. I find out more and more like where they had, there was a couple of busloads of antifa and BLM that were came in ahead of any Trump people in those people went there and busted everything up and busted it and that's the film you see. The key to the footage of all that beating down the doors in busting the windows and damage, that was antifa in the thing. They put us. So I'm with you until you said that. You're wrong. I'm sorry, Craig. That was not Ashley babbitt wasn't antifa. Okay? So was she broke through? She was climbing through a broken window for crying out loud. I'm talking about a group. I'm talking about I share. I

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Religious People and Cursing

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:21 min | Last month

Religious People and Cursing

"To your age group, and I know you're not a spokesman for your age group, but to the extent that you can answer a generalized question. I analyze them. Yeah, no, I know you do, but obviously none of us embodies everybody. So with that understanding, if I took a hundred people your age, and so imagine, you know, your circles of spheres of knowledge of people. And they heard this. That religious people curse much less than secular people. Would that engender no reaction, admiration, or contempt? It would either be no reaction or contempt. Probably mostly, it would be no reaction. Would you go, yeah, that's probably right. But the reason why I also add contempt is because I think that in general, and this is what I was trying to get at when I was hypothesizing what a left winger and a secular left winger in my position would say. I think they would view someone who has an aversion to cursing as antiquated. And they view religious people as antiquated.

How the Democrats Destroyed California

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:53 sec | Last month

How the Democrats Destroyed California

"I'm sorry about all this. All right, you're clear now, great. Okay. Great. But what I was saying is that with the Democrats, if I've created in fostered in California, it's a spiral of lawlessness. And it starts with one person leaving a small business and any major city where they can still just under $950 and the criminal knows that the prosecutor will not bring the case, the police will not arrest because of ask you to bring the case and they walk out without any consequences. Well, one person lives three people running out of a CVS, ten people running out of a Walgreens, 80 people we saw running out of ignorance drugs, a hundred people doing a flash mob at recently in a local LA 7 11, smash and grab robberies follow home robbery in a double digit rise in homicide. Best tribal lawlessness can be stopped. Okay,

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Herschel Walker Attends Prayer Event at Atlanta Evangelical Church

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:45 min | 2 months ago

Herschel Walker Attends Prayer Event at Atlanta Evangelical Church

"There was a big prayer gathering of evangelical Christians at the first baptist church in Atlanta, Georgia. Her rehearsal walker was there. And the new pastor of first baptist Anna, doctor Anthony George, and let me tell you something about that church now. It had been going through some ups and downs. Pastor George takes the pulpit and all of a sudden he starts speaking truth to the culture. A lot of churches out there these days, they don't want to have anything to do with politics. They don't want to have anything to do with the culture or the school board stuff that they think that it's evil for Christians to get involved in the political and the political process. But what they're really doing is they're marginalizing a neutralizing Christians. They don't want you Christians out there. Well, pastor George is not like that. And ever since he started talking about these issues, more and more people are just literally flooding into the church house so they had this big event a couple of hundred people turn out and Herschel Walker got to share his side of the story and pastor George hopped on the program at the very last minute, and we had a great conversation. And he said, look, hershel laid it all out. The pastor says he believes Herschel Walker. And he says that he doesn't even believe there's a dilemma here. And it's interesting to start a watch. I've been watching the analysis coming out over the past 48 hours. And it looks like even the mainstream media is acknowledging in a very begrudging way that this is not a big issue. That things may not appear to be the way they are, but even if it is, it's not going to be an issue for voters in the state of Georgia. So

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Matt Rosendale: Biden Doesn't Want to Let Go of 'Emergency Powers'

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:28 min | 2 months ago

Matt Rosendale: Biden Doesn't Want to Let Go of 'Emergency Powers'

"To let go of this emergency power. This gives them almost dictator like powers. It's intoxicating to them. They never want to let it go, so he can't say the pandemic's over because then the emergency powers are over, right? You are spot on Harry and they are stuck between the proverbial rock and the hard place because he wants to put the country at ease and act like he is the one who has sold this pandemic problem. He is the one they want to pretend that he is the one that saw the COVID situation. Meanwhile, natural immunity has gone around the globe and unfortunately, we lost a lot of lives, the reality is a lot of people were going to die, regardless of who was vaccinated and who was wearing masks and so it had to run its course. And it has done that, but you are 100% correct. They don't want to leave that power go. We still have people voting on the House floor by proxy. It is an absolute disgrace that we have members that do not show up on the House floor to vote either for or against the legislation that is being proposed before Congress and their constituents should be aware of that. Yeah, they don't want to let that go either. A hundred people. Yeah. And I want to let that go. They don't want to let that go. They don't even have to go show up. They can vote from wherever they are.

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How Can Americans Stop Supporting Communist China?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:17 min | 2 months ago

How Can Americans Stop Supporting Communist China?

"Can we do? Because it's a horrific thing to think that we ourselves listening to this program that we are participating in enabling them to profit in this country in China, I should say, from treating people like animals. What might we in America do? Often we had told the argument that, well, if you say, don't buy from made in China that, well, you're not helping the Chinese people. And that by buying from made in China goods, you're actually helping the Chinese people come out of oppression. It's not helping people come out of oppression. And I can say that after interviewing more than a hundred people who have come out of that type of oppression, especially from China. They do not want that prison labor system. And they don't want to support it. They are refusing to buy made in China goods themselves. After getting out and finding freedom, so why aren't we? You follow the money, you vote with your dollar and you decide where what you want to do with things. I'd say to my kids look, I'm not sure if I let's not buy that one right now. Maybe we'll save up and get something a little bit or we'll look for something local. Maybe you have to try a little harder. But it's a choice.

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How Harry Mack Got the Confidence to Rap

The School of Greatness

02:02 min | 2 months ago

How Harry Mack Got the Confidence to Rap

"How do you create confidence when doing yourself to do something that maybe you weren't supposed to be doing freestyle rapping, right? And to do this in public for strangers a lot. Like how do you get the confidence, which I think is one of the key things that a lot of people are missing in life in general. Yeah. On how to have confidence to ask someone out on a date or to go for the career they want, but public speaking was the biggest fear for me growing up. And you kind of have to do this to express your talent. How did you learn how to overcome the fear of humiliation, embarrassment, looking silly messing up and gain that confidence? Man, that's a great question. I think one of the most important things for me is confidence comes through experience. And I'm lucky in that I've been performing since I was a little kid. I start my first instrument was the violin. I started playing when I was 7 years old. And I always remember my first violin recital. And the reason I'll always remember it is because I didn't play because instead I just cried. Oh my entire time. Because I was so scared. How many people were there? Oh, all the parents and some grandparents and aunts and uncles in 50 or a hundred people. Yeah, 50 hours in a school recital, was it? It was this place called the community music center in Portland where I'm from. So that's where I took violin lessons and so the teacher would put on a recital for all the students. And the first time you didn't play anything, you just stood there and cried. That was my first public performance opportunity. I cried the whole time. I didn't even actually make it onto the stage. I just sat with my parents and cried. And the teacher kind of looked over and was like, it's not gonna happen right in my parents like, yeah, it's probably not gonna happen. This guy won't stop crying. So I say that just to say that I wasn't some kind of born performer. The confidence that I have now wasn't gifted to me at birth by a long shot. It's something that I've worked through over time and something that I still actually have to a large degree when I perform today, I still get nervous before I go out on stage. Oh, definitely.

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Governors Abbott and DeSantis Transport Migrants to Blue States

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:43 min | 2 months ago

Governors Abbott and DeSantis Transport Migrants to Blue States

"That'd be nice here to do our well, a periodic Friday roundup of things going on. In the week and around the country, I want to start we've been laughing about the illegals that are being dispatched by Texas, governor Abbott, and also Florida, governor desantis to liberal precincts around the country. How do you just showed me this? Yes. To migrant buses arrive outside vice president Kamala Harris naval observatory residents. And you know why, right? Because she says that the border is secure. Oh, right. She's the one that said this, which of course got great criticism from those people that live along the border and know that that is complete and utter BS. Because it is not secure. In fact, it's never been worse. So Abbott has sent dozens of buses with these illegal border crossers to Washington, D.C., New York City, Chicago. And apparently this group was part of 75 to a hundred people picked up an Eagle Pass Texas, migrants from Venezuela, Uruguay, Hawaii, Colombia, Colombia, and Mexico, and look, this is a genius move. Now, I'm not sure honey. Did desantis begin this or did Abbott's story? I think it happened. I think Abbott started in a desantis thought, oh, great idea. Great. Well, see, this is a way in which these Republican governors should learn from each other. This has been first in doing a number of things. And I'd like to see Republican governors around the country go, that's the way it's done.

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Debbie Lesko: Democrats Want Open Borders

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:59 min | 2 months ago

Debbie Lesko: Democrats Want Open Borders

"Lesko, I don't think she's the only one that has that attitude. I think the entire Biden administration feels like we're the only country in the world that shouldn't have borders. Well, yeah. I mean, I work with the Democrats need to every day in the U.S. capitol. And I can tell you that the vast majority of them introduced legislation vote against legislation and both ways and they want open borders. Now I can only guess why they want orphan borders, but all their policies show that. It's not what they say. It's what they do. So President Biden on day one that he got into office he stops construction of the border fence. So I brought these Congress members down to the southern border in Arizona, and they witnessed firsthand the openings in the border fence. They saw him from the ground and then they went up in a Black Hawk helicopter and so I'm from the air and while we were on that black talk helicopter, we saw by the illegal immigrants crossing the Arizona border from Mexico waving their hands, waving us down. They wanted to turn themselves into border patrol to claim asylum. And this is what's happening thousands of people each and every day. Arizona governor Doug ducey also bust illegal immigrants up to Washington D.C. and so I'm glad that the Texas Florida Arizona governors are busing these people up there. And when there's only like a hundred or a couple thousand and they're freaking out up in the north and when the D.C. mayor calls on the federal government saying, oh my gosh, this is an emergency when a few hundred people show up, give me a break. We've been dealing with this each and every day. There's thousands that cross our border each day in Arizona.

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Caller: Biden Didn't Have a Huge Presence in Pennsylvania

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:56 min | 3 months ago

Caller: Biden Didn't Have a Huge Presence in Pennsylvania

"Side by side. There was Trump in Pennsylvania, there was Biden in Pennsylvania, mail in Philadelphia was at both. Hi mail, how are you? Oh my God, look, I can't believe it. I'm on the show with you. I'm glad you made it. How you doing? I'm great. Let me just tell you a side by side. I just happened to go down there because I had a hair appointment and I was in the city. I said, let me go and see. So this is the Biden rally. Right. As I was walking up, people were leaving. And I was like, oh my goodness, did I miss it? I was like about 30 minutes late. And people were leaving. So then when I got there, there were like maybe just a few people standing there chanting. Abortion support chants. And I would say it was about 8 people and then the rest of the people were, well, I guess people who were supporting Trump. And the Republicans. Like counter play counter protesters. Well, no, no protests and just standing around. Oh, I got you. Okay. But they were Trump supporters at the Biden rally? Yeah. The whole lot of people yelling, let's go Brandon phrase, but the other one. Yeah. And I heard that they convinced side. Got you? And the people on the outside who were the guards for the rally, I guess, to try and crowd control. Security guards, Jeff, right? Yeah, they were saying that, no, only people in there were invited people. Right. So I would say that we're probably about a hundred people plus the 8 people who were the abortion supporters. Now

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Kathie Lee Gifford: Working With a Rabbi to Write 'The God of the Way'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:41 min | 3 months ago

Kathie Lee Gifford: Working With a Rabbi to Write 'The God of the Way'

"You wrote the God of the way with a rabbi. Tell us about the project the God of the way. And the movie. This is our second book together. The first one was a very surprise, huge bestselling published book. I was stunned. I thought maybe a hundred people would buy this book. It's called The Rock, the road, and the rabbi. And I started writing it to share how excited I was about studying rabbinically. The Rock is Jesus, the road is the Holy Land, and rabbinic the rabbi is not a rabbi, but rabbinically teaching the teaching that you get. From the people mostly these messianic rabbis, like rabbi sobel is get out of town. I mean it. I mean, I started writing my book and because I felt compelled, there's so much biblical illiteracy. It's stunning. I have people say to me, well, Jesus was Catholic, though, right? And I go, I want to scream. Not because I'm mad at them just because who believes this stuff, you know? And so I set out to write this book and a 50 pages in, like I said to myself, Kathy, you don't have a book you have a pamphlet. You know nothing. So I called up my friend rabbi sable, Jason sobel. Who I had had so many deep conversations with and I said, rap, will you write this book with me? It needs we need to go deeper, deeper, deeper than my pay grade. I am not a biblical scholar, but I study with them. And then I like to pass on what I've learned because it's made such a profound influence impact on my life. So this is our second book together. But the book didn't come first, the movie did. The movie is called the way the companion book is the God of the way.

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Harriet Hageman Explains Her Victory in Wyoming

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:54 min | 3 months ago

Harriet Hageman Explains Her Victory in Wyoming

"By the way, Laura Ingraham last night, Harriet hagman was on it. I really thought she did a good job of explaining what happened in Wyoming last night. Joining me now is Harriet hagerman, the Wyoming congressional candidate who just defeated Liz Cheney, Harriet. First of all, congratulations. I remember talking to you before you decided you were gonna throw your hat in the ring for real. And now, you know, you got it, girl. You're gonna be the nominee for the party and I can't imagine you won't be the next congresswoman from the great state of Wyoming. Well, thank you, Laura. It's wonderful to be back with you. We started this a year ago or about 11 months ago and here we are with all of the hard work and the support of the great people across the state of Wyoming and all of our volunteers and supporters. We've been able to succeed. Did Liz Cheney call you and congratulate you. How is the tone of that conversation? I haven't had an opportunity to visit with her. We have been kind of wrapped up in all of the stuff associated with what's going on downstairs with our watch party as you can imagine we have several hundred people downstairs ready to celebrate who've been celebrating and so I have not been able to even look at my phone, so I don't know if she's called or not. So I don't really have anything to report on that. Oh, that's interesting. Did you happen to hear that part of her speech was a continued vow Harriet to make sure Donald Trump never steps foot in The White House after what happened on January 6th. Which was not, I guess not surprising that she said that, but your reaction tonight. Well, again, I have not had an opportunity to even see or hear what she had to say because I've been kind of focused on what's going on here.

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Listener: If Trump Is Indicted, Jan. 6 Will Look Like a Sunday Picnic

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:50 min | 4 months ago

Listener: If Trump Is Indicted, Jan. 6 Will Look Like a Sunday Picnic

"Somebody sent me a text today on the pure talk text line, which made my blood run cold. I am not an advocate of violence, I have denounced the few hundred people who engaged in violence on January 6th. I denounced the thousands and thousands of people who engaged in violence after George Floyd was killed. I am up to here with people thinking that violence is part of our public discourse. It's not. But this text message reflects the sheer rage that an indictment of Donald Trump is going to lead to. Here is the text from Dallas on the pure talk text line. If they charge and convict Donald Trump, what comes next will make January 6th I know you look like a Sunday picnic. We had an now that's scares me. It really does. I don't like to think what this country is going to look like. If the beast gets its way. If the media have to go home now if the Democrats, if the swamp gets its way and Trump is charged with criminal activity it's a very tough simply because he did not and does not accept the outcome of the election. Just like Pelosi and Hillary and all the rest of them didn't accept the outcome of 2016. If they indict this guy play into the God help our country.

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President Trump: Execute a Drug Dealer & Save 500 Lives

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 4 months ago

President Trump: Execute a Drug Dealer & Save 500 Lives

"Trump has at the America first policy institute summit today And he made some interesting comments Mike Pence was a young Americans foundation a group I'm a big fan of and he made some interest in comments today And I think you should hear some of them Donald Trump cut 20 mister producer go We had a booming economic recovery like nobody's seen before The strongest and most secure border in U.S. history Energy independence and even energy dominance historically low gas prices As you know no inflation a fully The rights rebuilt has military to be taken care and of a country that was highly respected all over the world by other leaders And where there is a true and total breakdown of Law & Order where citizens most basic rights have been violated then the federal government can and should send the National Guard to restore order and secure the peace without having to wait for the approval of some governor that thinks it's politically incorrect to call a man 22 go You execute a drug dealer and you'll say 500 lives because they kill on average 5 hundred people It's terrible to say but you take a look at every country in this world that doesn't have a problem with drugs They have a very strong death penalty for the people that sell drugs If we're going to stop this scorch now I might add a 110,000 deaths From fentanyl alone alone fentanyl alone In Joe Biden takes no responsibility whatsoever blamed Trump for every death under the COVID virus But here the border is wide wide open ladies and gentlemen

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More Disappointing News From the Uvalde Police Unfolds

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:59 min | 4 months ago

More Disappointing News From the Uvalde Police Unfolds

"As we have learned in the recent report, what happened and you've all day is not just unacceptable, it's one of the great moral injustices of modern times. Breaking report nearly 400 local state and federal officers waited outside Yuval day school as gunmen targeted children. 400. There were nearly 400 officers on the scene as the gunman massacred children and teachers for 73 minutes. They were a 149 border patrol agents, 91 state police, 25 uvalde police, and 16 members of the Yuval the sheriff's police and 5 members of the school district. Four hundred people. That stood and largely did nothing for 73 minutes. Bureaucratic paralysis. It makes me think as if that is the direction the rulers and the elites are getting us closer to.

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Tragic Parade Was Not the Only July 4th Weekend Shooting in Illinois

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | 5 months ago

Tragic Parade Was Not the Only July 4th Weekend Shooting in Illinois

"We're going to lead this program today with some unfortunate news out of highland park Illinois right down the street where I grew up, by the way. Terrible shooting yesterday in highland park seems as if 6 people are dead. And over 30 people are injured, highland park is in the north shore of Chicago. I grew up in wheeling Illinois, not far from there at all. It was at a July 4th parade where this individual we're not going to use his name, gets on a rooftop and starts shooting into the crowd. Now that's a tragedy, and it should be considered a tragedy. Inexplicably. We're not going to politicize it. The other side is trying to politicize it. They're trying to say, oh, this guy was a Trump supporter. There's no evidence of that. There's also no evidence that he's a far left wing activist. There's evidence that he was very deeply disturbed and used visuals from both sides of the political aisle for what reason we really don't know. But it's important that we add context that we remember all death that happened in Illinois this weekend. We're going to talk about the parade shooting. We're going to talk about what I believe is actually pushing young men towards these sort of violent acts. But also, 71 people were shot and ate fatally in the 4th of July holiday weekend and shootings across the city, Chicago police set. Last year, 19 people were killed and more than a hundred people were shot over the long 4th of July weekend. The toll was lower than last year, when 19 people were killed and more than a hundred people were shot. 9 of the wounded were shot into attacks on the west and south side, four people in the western Garfield park Friday evening, and 5 men in Parkway gardens on the south side and early Monday, so Chicago. Highland park is a suburb of Chicago. 6 dead in a parade, terrible, but in downtown Chicago, 71 shot and 8 killed.

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"hundred people" Discussed on NPR's Story of the Day

NPR's Story of the Day

03:54 min | 7 months ago

"hundred people" Discussed on NPR's Story of the Day

"In Ukraine around a hundred civilians have been evacuated from the bunkers beneath a steel plant in the besieged city of mariupol. They had been sheltered there for weeks. They are expected to reach the Ukrainian controlled city of zapper Asia today, but reports say as soon as evacuations ended, Russians shelling resumed, over the weekend president volodymyr zelensky met with Nancy Pelosi and other democratic leaders in Kyiv, Colorado congressman Jason crow traveled with the speaker. We talked about weapons issues, the current state of the battle in the south and the east, what weapons and equipment that they need to win. NPR's Tim Mac spoke with us earlier about the situation in Mary opal. Ukrainian president zelensky announced that those 100 civilians were able to evacuate after the United Nations helped mediate an arrangement. So for days, this idea of a humanitarian corridor where civilians could safely leave, that was discussed between Ukraine and Russia, but those talks repeatedly failed. Now the fighting has been centered around that massive steel plant where some aquarium fighters still remain along with several hundred civilians. According to the Ukrainian government, approximately 20 children remain in that steel mill. And they say that this morning, after an evacuation, was completed, the Russian military began shelling their positions again. Now, the humanitarian situation in the city continues to be abysmal. Most of mariupol has been bombed to rubble, fighting has gone on there now for months and people still live without running water or electricity. I mean, the same can be said for several different cities. In particular in the east, you just came back. I understand from a city in the dunbars region near the front lines. What did you find? Well, that city was called cremators, and it's nearly emptied out. 75% of the pre war population has left, the mayor's office told us, and it's immediately obvious why. All through the day you hear the sounds of explosions and artillery. In the city you see bombed out buildings and at night, you see these flashes of bombardment on the horizon. The movement of vehicles in the distance. Many of those who have stayed don't really have the means to leave. We met Alana dolge waiting in line for humanitarian aid, that was organized by local authorities. And it was a hectic scene as locals jockeyed for position outside what was once a school. They received some canned goods, a little milk, a little pasta. She needs it because most of the grocery stores in town are closed or have nothing left to sell. And she's been out of work since February 25th, the day after the invasion. She told us what she wanted most was peace, that she was concerned about her son who's in the harkey region. Another area that's close to the front lines. She hasn't seen her son in 6 months. She sat in. She wants her grandchildren to be able to visit. I can't imagine that she's paying attention to a visit to Ukraine by Nancy Pelosi. Nevertheless, it's significant, right? That the Speaker of the House visited Kyiv. That's right. Pelosi led this congressional delegation that met with zelensky over the weekend. And that's the second senior U.S. delegation to do so after the secretaries of state and defense visited about a week ago. Now, President Biden has requested $33 billion in funding from Congress to help aid Ukraine through the end of September. And Pelosi said they were already writing legislation to reflect those initiatives. Overnight, The White House announced that First Lady Jill Biden will be traveling to Romania and Slovakia to spend Mother's Day with Ukrainian refugees who have fled the country due to violence. NPR's Tim Mac, thanks so much to me appreciate your reporting as always. Thank you. Explore the rainforest. While you water your house plants, take a science trip with shortwave, one of NPR's daily podcasts. More voices, all ears, NPR podcasts..

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"hundred people" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

The Podcast On Podcasting

05:41 min | 9 months ago

"hundred people" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

"And then I thought, well, how do I want to handle this? How do I want to respond to this? And so I decided I was going to try something a little different. And I responded saying, thank you so much for letting me know. If you have anyone else that you're working with that you think would be a great fit for my show, feel free to reach out. And so I was like, let's see what happens within ten minutes. I got a response. How about this person or this person or this person? I was like, what? And these were great, great guests that weren't even on my radar. So it really just showed try and keep the door open. If you reach out and you get to know, you can also say, oh, would there be a better time to reach out? Or so just try and see if you can keep the conversation going. So I read this book, okay, I'm lying. I listen to this book. It can't be counted as reading. If you're dyslexic and you only listen to it. But the point is, I got the information from this book. It was literally called go for no. And apparently getting to the nose, there's a lot of benefit to that, especially if you do what crystal just said. If especially if when you get to know and it's not the nicest no, she just says, hey, thank you for letting me know. If there's ever anyone else, feel free to let me know. If there's anyone else that you think should come on my show, feel free to let me know. And you were able to take, I would say most of us, as human beings, would be like, F that person. Okay, I'm done. But you were like, hey, thanks for letting me know. If there's ever anyone else, let me know, and you kept the door open and as a result, you got these three other really good people. And I don't know if you've had that one person that was not nice no, come on the show yet, but it sounds like you probably closer to it because you worked with these other few people. So go for no. And don't be afraid of no. I sold door to door. Chris, I don't know if you knew this. I sold door to door for several years in a row. And in the beginning, some days you'll talk to a hundred people and all of them will say no. And it's overwhelming, it's scary, you're putting yourself out there, you're getting, it feels like it's personal,.

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"hundred people" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"hundred people" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"KJ rocio Hernandez went along with one family that was lucky enough to get appointments right away the kids are adora and violet snedeker and here's violet she's 9 I'm getting the COVID vaccine because I want to be more safe around everyone and I want to also be able to eat out again and have birthday parties again They don't have to do like online stuff No more zoom parties Yeah yeah I think people will be okay without the zoom parties My 6 year old is excited Where's my shot Where's my shot And this is a reminder kids have been missing a lot because of safety concerns Right yeah Kids have opinions about this for sure It's not just parents Well let's talk about the parents opinions though because some parents are concerned Some parents are wondering even if they themselves got vaccinated if it's right for their 5 to 11 year old Do you think that the official word here is going to make a difference in people's opinions Yeah we'll have to see how the rollout goes out and how parents confidence shifts along the way Certainly federal health officials and advisers that reviewed the data gave the vaccine a strong endorsement After reviewing Pfizer's data and analyzing the risks and benefits of giving these shots to kids and just to recap Pfizer did a clinical trial with about 4000 children in this age group they were given a third of the dose going to adults and teenagers and they found the vaccine was safe and about 91% effective at preventing COVID-19 and public health officials point out that while kids often only get mildly ill there have been more than 8000 COVID hospitalizations and nearly 200 deaths in this age group since the pandemic began It can be a very serious illness and it can have lasting effects I'm also just thinking kids are around parents kids are around older people and there's a family that we know where a kid was infected Kid was too young to vaccinate at that point and the parent ended up with a breakthrough infection Yes Absolutely possible Yes kids can transmit the virus which is one of the reasons for vaccinating this age group But with that said there are side effects or can be to the vaccine how bad are they You know a store arm is the most common one Steve also maybe a headache or fatigue but fever and chills are actually pretty rare among this age group That's what the clinical trial showed as far as potential serious side effects myocarditis which is inflammation of the heart has been the big concern but there were no cases of myocarditis and kids 5 to 11 in the Pfizer clinical trial It has been seen very rarely among young men of about the 900 reports to the CDC There have been no deaths and cardiologists who've treated these patients say most recover quickly bottom line the main point pediatricians make is that the risk of developing myocarditis as the result of a COVID infection is actually higher than the risk of getting it from the vaccine Well let's get some more advice from pediatricians to parents who may have some hesitations What are they saying to parents who might say I want to wait a little while to see how this plays out Well most pediatricians we're talking to say don't wait First of all they point out that the virus is unpredictable sometimes healthy children can get very sick The weather is also getting colder and people will be indoors more They'll be gathering for the holidays and all of that increases the risk of COVID spreading They also say that if your child has a condition that could put them at higher risk like obesity or chronic respiratory condition or if you have a vulnerable family member at home like a grandparent where sibling who's too young to get vaccinated doctors say those are all reasons to really hustle What are the risks for kids who've already been infected with COVID You know kids who've been infected with COVID do have some immunity following the infection but it is not clear how long that immunity holds up or how strong it is and that's why the recommendation is for all kids of this age group to get the two shots 21 days apart this applies to kids who've already had COVID During the CDC deliberations advisers looked at data showing that about 38% of kids have antibodies to the virus so they've already been infected But when those kids were vaccinated Steve they got a big boost in antibodies one month after vaccination So pediatricians say you know it's just not worth it to miss out on the full protection that the vaccine offers Let me ask you about the benefits here I've been on many a playground lately where the grown-ups are all vaccinated so far as I know and we're outdoors so we're all standing around with that masks and little kids are still running around with masks on Once more kids are vaccinated can 5 to 11 year olds take off the masks on playgrounds or in schools or other places I mean that's such a big question right And CDC has not yet given out detailed guidance on what kids can do once they're fully vaccinated 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"hundred people" Discussed on P.S.A Podcast

P.S.A Podcast

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"hundred people" Discussed on P.S.A Podcast

"Pay. Only nobody had asked me like the closed door support to me like the closed supporters light. I don't necessarily show them because it's a lot of people that aren't like is tech savvy take technology of us like so when people do come across in a hearing Which whichever way you here because like as upcoming artists when somebody's supporting you regardless of where they see like you thank like i just wanna be. I just want to be seen. So but like in. In the instance. Like de i figure you got new compensation they gotta be especially if you know is on some deeper stuff that like. That's just a conversation gotta have their person. Hey like at least part of the pays to something over. I feel like in that case. Sometimes people can't honestly they can't publicly early because they was talking about you and they don't want to look fo- for them people like just no they will use it again because they will use it and be said about so now of said people Lately i typically don't regular anyway. But i've been sending a lot lately because i've been going on on follow spree. I went from thirty seven hundred people to follow into. Now i'm close to like two thousand I'll follow a lot of people. I was following people who was doing. Mrs t. issue campaigns twenty fifteen. Why am i still following this pace. But i've also follows the people that may or may not see on a regular basis. I just feel like why am i following you. If i have to wonder about you. If i feel like you are supportive. I i feel like you gotta shame because what you here for. I don't wanna see your posts. I don't want you to see my post. 'cause i'm going to type person. I may be a little dramatic. I don't really like you know more curfew more. I don't want you know nothing i'm doing..

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"hundred people" Discussed on Shedunnit

Shedunnit

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"hundred people" Discussed on Shedunnit

"I've also made an audiobook version of it for those who really liked to him talking about the christie. The first hundred people to preorder the map will get the audio book for free and then after that it's available for purchase. This has been a really fun project to work on. And i hope you like it as much as i d. If you've been listening to this show for a while you already know that. I'm someone who really really loves to research. Amassing information is something. I'm pretty good at. I'm arguably better at that than knowing what to do with it once i have it. It won't be any surprise to you then to know that the initial list of places i gathered for them was a lot longer than the ones we could actually fit on it. I think there were forty five entries in the guide. A my initial list had at least double but christie wrote a lot of books stories and plays and she sent a characters to a lot of different places in this episode. I'm going to talk about the sense of place. In christie's books how own favourite locations on some of the trends that i observed while putting together the map. We're also going to look into a surprising mystery. Connected to one of christie's most famous places own i can christie was well traveled woman both by the standard of time and even compared with how much most people move around..

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"hundred people" Discussed on H3 Podcast

H3 Podcast

14:15 min | 1 year ago

"hundred people" Discussed on H3 Podcast

"Guys get ready for some hot potatoes. Gay guys were cooking them up. Russell consoles saw we'll do exclusively yukon. You can do it. So that's good word manners on you. Anybody got a kleenex up in this speech. For some reason. I i've gotta a you. No i took game your turn. Overtaking one shop gave can turn. Yeah you wanna thirty. Six people watch right now gave we have cue. Hundred people gets two hundred people. Yup thank you game. Show south s timothy mr exports to us gourmet drink. There is are there. It is a service other. It is etched without agus tune through. Yeah i know gets went through a few different girls. You going out k. Have been among was is no has to do this night right. Genetic data shows special lead off the chest. Thanks said how just just like me just. It's just it's just it's just it's just got back wrong. His data reminds me. We went to talk. We talk and they gave that address went to that party and we met all those producers didn't show up and we got really la then we got ready rectified for filling then we decided to do it anyways and then when we finally did turned out to be the right thing on the same basu's just like that feel good you feel. We'd be quick. Draft picks draw in very intelligent. Took report unusual. Think think just you just..

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"hundred people" Discussed on The EcomCrew

The EcomCrew

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"hundred people" Discussed on The EcomCrew

"That's awesome and we had close to two hundred. Extra people joined the vip within that time as well for anybody listening no is for customer lifetime value. That's just going to continue to increase with them being in that. Vip coverage yeah so yeah we completely password protect the website during that time nobody can get in unless they have the password so twelve hours before absolutely. Nobody is getting in the website as we get it. Setup obviously you know with trump. I plus we can use tools like launch pad to be able to do it all at the same time. If we wanted to buy for us we really love the idea of it. Being an event so then generally what we'll do is ten. Am pacific time is when we released the password so we released the password on our facebook group. Which at this point. It's still isn't massive. It's like eighty five hundred people..

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"hundred people" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

The Bad Crypto Podcast

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"hundred people" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

"We go out of our way to to make sure that jet well if you go to the website at rocket. Bse dot com. You guys see a little bit there with the light paper the roadmap and also links to this community that you've talked about here. You've got over fifteen hundred people and discord over nine hundred people in telegram. You're locking down the liquidity for many many lifetimes. It's a it's a multi sig token by all appearances. It looks like you guys have a real plan here in in it for the long haul. You wouldn't make us look bad right now. Most definitely most definitely. This is a fully legitimate project guys on a was. We want to continue to build on this project until you never know maybe one day. We'll along the lines. Hopefully that we can actually create our own chain. Yes oh essentially. We're working with him. A guy that's well known if you've chain and he's decided to exclusively work with us on to be so he's got some amazing free freebie work essentially toy. Nfc's on he's a committed to what we're boss on Yeah i re- like and of course we've got you guys aboard. And you guys have dominated i would say especially on the On the nfc side of things with don't chain heroes amazed and you guys. Bse jan.

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"hundred people" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"hundred people" Discussed on The Moth

"Soul souls but very low payment and i look. I see my friend. Who was the promoter space and it just says oh shit and i don't let that stop me head on like i'm gonna say what i gotta say with lettuce out. I really actually said these things. I was quoting now comex on the high horse the biggest soapbox you ever seen i was on it and everybody started was i was representing the everybody but nobody said that they were all thinking about this hundred people's names and the poem that were in the flan it was so relevant for losing. And everybody's on top of their chad and got hype thought like poetry rockstar. I wanted this crowd surfing. I'm like it's like fifty epic fail. Don't do it. So i just did my paul. Everything was great. Got out the state. Everybody's shaking my hand. People rely on. You want to go up next behind her people on this stage right now to name but was fantastic until they sit the to away and i saw nothing but my angry black going off about this and they were like we are not cutting the check and i saw my friend who was promoted like look. She can't go on for the big prize. I get it. You don't want her representing the movie. But.

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"hundred people" Discussed on Healthcare Business Secrets

Healthcare Business Secrets

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"hundred people" Discussed on Healthcare Business Secrets

"They use the assessment as a way to get people to show up to the workshop. And then get people to stay to the end of the workshop. Like hey by the end. There's an opportunity. I'm going to give you a this downloadable thing so that we can assess your risk while we're on the workshop right and so then it becomes the workshop actually becomes this activity and it's an automated webinars so it's like they go through and fill in the information while he's going through the webinar part of it is uncovering the transformation through doing these actionable assessments. Right and then he says at the end he says once you filled this out now we're gonna audit it right so so that's that's another another way. You can do it where you just. You encourage them off the thank you page to show up to the workshop. What are they going to get on the workshop. That is something that they can't get elsewhere. So it's like maybe at the beginning of it you're gonna give them an assessment guy that's gonna help them achieve x y and z and they use that assessment guide to go as a worksheet or as a activity throughout the webinar. And by the end they submit that worksheet to you right and you encourage them in say like okay now that you fill this out a book a time and we're gonna go you filled out right because so it's almost interesting with that. Is is the ads to get them to go to the landing pages. They had to get them to sign up. And then your job after that is to get them to show up and not only show up participate because women are horrible. Shot right and then drop off right right the hundred people to show up and you're not going to get those people who do show up to watch the entire thing. Your aim is to try maximize as much as possible and then on top of that..

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"hundred people" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"hundred people" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

"On one interaction with harvesting nature crew. So check it out You can ask questions and we'll get back to you straight from the crew cells and we're looking forward to seeing you on there. Yeah we're we're starting to push think we're pushing what about one hundred almost one hundred people on there which is great. Everybody's guy yeah. It was good questions and comments and.

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"hundred people" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"hundred people" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"I wasn't ready to place was packed. Two hundred people. Wendy williams of husband everybody all celebrities there. I bombed and bad that he that he got a standing ovation. Job ma ma. And i wanted to fight him. That's a skill right. Hey we're real saying yeah. This guy is so loving and caring about the game. Put anybody on this. Do anything for anybody. That's hurtful as well. Yeah they say stab in the back that her is where you turn around and you see the person that stab you. That's what really disappointing mistake. Oh if me off. Show.

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"hundred people" Discussed on The Graveyard Show Podcast

The Graveyard Show Podcast

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"hundred people" Discussed on The Graveyard Show Podcast

"Stuck with me. Is the actual files for having sure. Well it's like anything right to say if it's all about like broad kind of these high tech librarians right. It's like you have all these files but if you don't if you don't name them right or if you don't take care of them right you can lose them very easily mislabeled something it can throw everything off because it's not just you and it may not be working on it. It could be several hundred people working with that or need that. Yeah i mean it's.

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"hundred people" Discussed on The Work in Sports Podcast - Insider Advice for Sports Careers

The Work in Sports Podcast - Insider Advice for Sports Careers

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"hundred people" Discussed on The Work in Sports Podcast - Insider Advice for Sports Careers

"Differently and construct a deal differently. That's going to be the thing now. Could i see sponsorship and media and digital sales going back. I could see premium hospitality coming back second then. You're t traditional ticket sales group sales season's sales coming back last and now when they do come back by the way. I don't think those departments are going to come back and look the same. They should look differently. They should be more strategic more analytically driven sellers and probably not hundred percent sales staffs by the way. Not you know we're going have been this. Boiler emma will were. They selling a by. The way is a hundred people selling does that. Does that..

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"hundred people" Discussed on Cineflek

Cineflek

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"hundred people" Discussed on Cineflek

"Oh and leading. Yeah so it's kind of the they also have a bar like built into the theater. Yeah so i don't know i think there's going to be improv. Shows but arnold is ever going to be like it was where it's this whole ecosystem. I think it might just be like groups. Doing shows places on of it's going to be these like self sustaining improv. Like spheres where these few hundred people who are all in this thing bubble together doing improv all time and being in the cedar yes interesting. You say that. I mean i mean yeah i'd i. I hope that it would be able to survive. I mean you sort of you you you go under about a lot of these live institutions like obviously broadway will make it because you know like they have yes brought this broadway. It's going to be fine but like yeah improv is sort of. It's always been sort of like it's like underground underground. Yeah yeah no. It's almost underground for sure. And so. yeah. It's an and like if they were scraping by who think that like i mean. Well i guess in this in this in this movie they sort of show. How when they up the ticket prices and performance some other places tuxedos. It's just not going to work for them. Such a bummer. Yeah it's yeah. It's it's obviously i don't have a crystal ball. I don't know what's going to happen in it but it's going to be interesting to see what happens because i know a lot of people love performing in you know i want to go see them again. At least my friends groups yeah hundred percent the hopefully yeah totally. Apparently apparently the apparently the story of how they have ended up with this porn theater was borrowed by like was barred from the story of how you see be ended up getting started in like an old strip club really. Yeah yeah. I read that online..

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"hundred people" Discussed on My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"hundred people" Discussed on My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

"Welcome perry thank great to be here. It's great to have you on here when you were growing up. Who someone who influenced or inspired you my father. He was in executive of a large corporation and he was responsible for a seven hundred people and the skills that he developed as a leader. There were really clear in our family. Dynamic and house will send you had agendas at the dinner table we had family meetings with agendas yes outstanding. So what were some of the lessons..

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"hundred people" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"hundred people" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

"Dmitri why don't we just jump right into it and would love your kind of analysis of what has happened <hes>. Know there's been a lot of <hes>. A lot of controversy there seems to be consensus that <hes>. The the hack is the work of the russians a country. At least that you're quite familiar with in terms of its tactics relative to this. Maybe just sort of set the lay the land if you would. Yeah absolutely so. I think it's important to understand that while this is a great situation and certainly <hes>. Will likely be highly detrimental to our national security in the short and medium-term <hes>. The not an act of war. This is not a digital harbor as as some politicians have been talking about this <hes>. In the last few weeks the important thing to understand is from what it looks like right now and we have now your information on what this operation has been at least over. Last year is traditional espionage <hes>. The targets have primarily been government agencies with some <hes>. Technology companies is wild wrapped into it but primarily focused on saft of secrets that are as you can imagine of high priority on to russian intelligence <hes>. If it proves to be the <unk>. As is most likely the case right now so <hes>. This was an dacia operation in incredibly well executed very very patient but at the end of the day the goal is staff that goes not destruction. The goal was not the leaking of that public information. There's small chance we may still see that at n than we have to reevaluate our assessment. But for now at least it looks like the exact that the us government the us intelligence community would be proud to have executed against our around adversaries. I'm now from a supply chain perspective. You know we do now understand that <hes>. You know we have a major threat factor that most organizations have not been focused on which as their it providers like solar wins like resellers that sell their microsoft cloud offerings which you can be compromised <hes>. Without really having any way to control for for that risk at least on the front end of the of the intrusion cycle. Are you at this point. Confident that it that it is the russians indeed so the interesting thing about this <hes>. Particular intrusion is that the private sector really does not have attribution here unlike virtually every other operation. We have seen or last ten years. Where many in the private sector including <unk>. Former company grabs strike was very good at attributed jackson in many of them very quickly this one because the tradecraft was so new and unique never before seen. There's really nothing to tie back to any previous operations. We have seen <hes>. To really give us good understanding who the adversary may be. So all the attribution so far <unk>. From government officials obviously intelligence agencies are very good at <hes>. Attributing attacks based on your variety of different sources and methods that go well beyond just technical measures so for now at least <hes>. You know we have to wait to see what the evidence is going to come out with regards to this. We may very well seen in the future. Will this operations justice department has been establishing <hes>. Very good. I think precedent for indicting <hes>. Foreign intelligence operatives on a regular basis for various various acts that they've done against this country in <hes>. You for private sector companies. What what would you advise chief. Information officers chief information security officers others were involved in <hes>. In at least trying to grapple with the consequences to their organizations and ensuring that the damage is limited the extent to which they can. I think this really underscores the topic that you talked <hes>. On a number of occasions about which is that every organization out there needs to start with an assumption that already inside. this particular gates underscores. Just how futile. It is to try to build walls around the perimeter of you network because someone somewhere is going to get through through through new mechanism that you haven't even thought of or or can't control four so it could be supply chain attack next time. It could be zero table an ability. It could be a known vulnerability that you've got patched against that or could be an insider <hes>. The number of methods that they can get in are numerous. And if you're trying to chase your tail china <unk>. For closed down each one. You're always gonna fail because there's always gonna be one more thing that you adding accounted for this out there that you may not have even thought of <hes>. And the reality. Is that if you start with assumption that capable adversary will get inside in. The east are for their activities within the network. That's when you can get an advantage. Where if you detect them quickly into jackson before joining damage you can prevent for from any damage any damage from being done. And if you look at how <hes>. They executed this particular attack. Yesterday came in through the solar winds vulnerability where they came in through the reseller <hes>. On the was selling office re sixty five and azure licenses to their customers but at the end of the day once they move past that initial doctor they started doing traditional things started maintain persistence trying to kill security products. Move laterally trump. and that's what you had the opportunity to detect them in fact some organizations have to talk to them and <unk>. Jacqueline before any any bhakta <hes>. Before they had any impact to the company.

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