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Biden Administration Will Not Require COVID-19 Vaccine Passports, White House Says
"Proof will be required for entry. But while schools and businesses may want some documentation, the idea of a vaccine passport is not going to be mandated by the federal government, at least, according to White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki. The government is not Now, nor will we be supporting system that requires Americans to carry a credential. There will be no federal vaccinations database and no federal mandate requiring everyone to obtain a single vaccination. Credential. She did say their concern was with protecting Americans. Privacy colleges like Rutgers, Duke Brown Cornell are requiring students to get vaccinated. Cruise lines like Norwegian and American Queen Steamboat will require all guests and staff to be vaccinated. The MBA announced last week, a partnership with a comedy called Clear, which has developed a health pass AP Clear says it offers covert symptoms surveys but also a way to store test and vaccine data. The Miami Heat has started allowing fully vaccinated people who can prove it. Sit in two sections closer to the court. They still have to wear masks. Last week, the Mets announced they'd also be using clears health passed to confirm a fan's negative covert tests before game attendance. MGM Resorts is also partnering with clear, as is Las Vegas Sands Corporation. And, of course, as you might imagine, the airlines are considering all of this to their trade group. The IA Thia says they've been working on a travel pass. Different countries have different covert restrictions before entering. And while New York was the first state to create a so called vaccine passport with the Excelsior past other states are interested. Hawaii is partnering with clear and the Commons Project Foundation on digital vaccine authentication. IBM is also working on a digital health past using Blockchain technology. So is all of this A good idea. Is it legal? Should we be calling this
"ia" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Have Bismarck Ia's We have. Sago was just a plethora of different stuff growing out there in her farm's all here for you, our original store. Is it 8 24 East Glendale, where in the East Valley A Cooper, which is the same a stately Guadeloupe or 26 40 70 Southern Avenue Southern Avenue. Straight south of the Sky Harbor airport and Monday through Saturdays. You can come see us that our big farm and Stanfield stand filled road a half mile south of Interstate eight would fill nursery growing trees here for four generations for Arizona's feature lets people get back to the phones and Next up. We've got David Levy. And then we have four open lines. Folks give us a call. Oh, I wanna invite you out to to to taste some of our lemons. You know if you've got it's Meyer lemon season and the organic navels are finally getting good. So if you're looking for some of our, you know really nice, locally grown Citrus. You confined them, it sprouts and you could find him in whole foods. And, uh, the bashes family anywhere from food City to AJ should have him this week and also over it, Uh, Safeway and Albertson, So we've got a lot of local grown Citrus coming out the farm, You know, it finally got good. It's just been a little later this year, but we have some delicious Citrus out there, and you can also get the nursery says Well, David Levin. Good morning. Hey, Brian. How you doing today? Great days. Um, the problem. I've had precise after you and I have talked about quite a few times. Last year. We lost two trees. We almost lost in an apple. It it got really stressed. Really looking bad. But it did start to kind of green up just a little bit for January, using the moderate Aries disease control so coarse lost all police Now it Z storm. It's time to prove it, but I'm curious. I think I need to put it back cut out some that would that had died because it's like Dr I'm just trying to figure out it's about Maybe 15 ft. Tall by probably about 15 ft diameter all the room. Um, how much take out that? Should I cut it back, like 50%. But what do you think? I mean, probably the most David 50%. You know, apples or once we don't prove his bet Mac this far, typically as he would like a teacher, you know, in a prick odd because it's not going to grow as fast and it's gonna maintain it easier. Nice reform. And they typically live longer as well. Then. Typically, apples aren't really affected as much as some other trees are. You know, the apple root stocks are pretty hardy, but no if you've had that problem, 50 percents, probably a good number. And that's kind of like the maximum of thirds, probably more normal. Okay, okay. Okay. E wish like I wish we didn't have. You know there's a few things here that we have in the valley. But you know if I talk for is one of them, and when you get in Levin and that heavier soil, it's just pretty darn tough. You know, and they have you know his man. In fact, we're gonna be getting irrigation tomorrow. Should I put down to more moderate disease around the other trees or, you know, I don't think it's gonna work as well or be as much of a problem this time of year. And usually when it wants to start to get warm. Yeah, it's more of a summer problem than it is a Zafar as a winner problem, so I wouldn't use it this time of year. And so what you might want to do to to kind of go a different route to start out for the spring because everything kind of builds resistance. And so what you might want to try and in the early season this year is to go ahead and go the other way. Use a chemical type. Fungicide used some copper sulfate. And and then the main thing is is probably build the health of vigor by fertilizing heavy this spring, you know, and the healthier, the more vigorous the tree less problem. You're gonna have to But you know, like the other thing that we have here lots for two Sicilian well and you know, it's kind of the same way. But if we can build up your trees, health, you know and put more nitrogen in the soil and get the tree healthy before the season. They're more resistant. You will recall unites all stocked about got the problem with the salts that we've got in the irrigation water is a smart idea to put a hose on those and let him get him. Get what before I get irrigation trying fight, Probably not Probably what would be more beneficial, putting down pretty heavy doses of gypsum a couple times here. Okay. That's what I do You just a little bit. I'll just use a little more. Yeah, you could use a lot of gypsum. I mean, gypsum is one of those things that you can't really put too much on. And so it's pretty useful. Thanks, Dave. I'll get after. Thank you. Have a good night. Oh, let's see. That leaves us with four open lines, the number to call 602 to 775827. We've got about five minutes before we find out what's happening with John Roller in the news. So whatever your dreams whatever your want to talk about anything you want to grow. Give us a call. Beautiful morning. Out here. The sun is broken up over the mountaintops. We can see it, you know, shining on.
Chicago Man Falls Onto CTA Tracks After Being Stabbed In The Head At Cicero Blue Line Stop
"Platform early this morning. Police say two men were arguing at the sister. Oh, stop around one AM, when one of them pulled a knife and stabbed the the other other in in the the head. head. The The 62 62 year year old old victim victim fell fell backwards backwards onto onto the the platform platform and and landed landed on on the the tracks. tracks. Police Police say say he he was was seriously seriously hurt hurt and and is is now now in in the the hospital hospital and and are are searching searching for for the the man who stabbed him. 10 year old Lem IA
"ia" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Dave got a couple of vehicles involved in a fender bender. No one's hurt doesn't be slowing Anybody down traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk. Another day with Hayes Heat and Smoke are high temperature 96 to 100 with sunshine clear tonight it'll be hazy with some smoke in the air. Both 62 64 easy sunshine and very hot tomorrow with a high of 99 103. Mac, you weather meteorologist Joe Lundberg News 93.1 KFBK Taking a look at the numbers on Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrial average down 168 points. S and P is down. 15.5, the NASDAQ Down 17 points currently in Sacramento. It's hazy with the temperature of 71 degrees. John Byrne. Isay News 93.1 KFBK. Next update in less than 30 minutes. Breaking NEWS, the second in Heaven on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk Goodbye. It's time to say goodbye to being cooped up inside. Wayto look a getaway Hello with you romantic IA just for two or rental Car T and Sue. Speed here by my side After months, I can finally take a trip outside saying hello to your next trip with the Expedia. Navy Federal Credit Union. We help our members execute missions every day, like Operation earn cash back on two twos, dance lessons and tiaras so I can get a little more towards something for me or operation. Pay for soccer paper piano pay for dinner, then used the cash back on some things for Mama. Cash Rewards.
Greek minister: 5,000 move into new refugee camp on Lesbos
"Police on the Greek island of less boss moving thousands of migrants from a fire gutted refugee camp to a new tent city nearby Building. This X is this is a public health operation with clear humanitarian element. Fire ripped through Moria last week after 35 migrants tested positive for Corona virus, and some objected to being put into isolation after months of lock down for Afghan asylum seekers have been charged with arson. Despite their current hardship out in the open. Many of the migrants just want to travel on to Germany, not karate, pay more Ia's overspill camp 70 female offices and protective suits. They're trying to coax them into moving women and Children. First BBC's Mike
Indiana girl, 7, killed in drive-by shooting at child's birthday party
"Is in South Bend, Indianapolis, Evansville or or anywhere anywhere in in Indiana. Indiana. It It seems seems to to hit hit hard hard when when a a child child is is shot shot and and killed. killed. Christians Christians reports reports on on the the killing killing of of Kris Kris Ia Ia Stevens. Stevens. Her Her killer killer hasn't hasn't been been caught. caught. And And crime crime stoppers stoppers now now has has 1000 1000 bucks bucks for for the the person person who who has has the the info info that that puts puts that that killer killer or or killers killers away. away. Father Father also also expects expects you you killed his younger mark. Now, peak and blue balloons went up in the air at Wednesday, March in her memory. Stevens was shot and killed Saturday in a drive by at a birthday party. Since then, people have been praying publicly for an arrest. And a jail cell is ready. Police just need the
Ex-C.I.A. Officer Is Accused of Spying for China
"CIA officer and a contract linguist for the F B. I is now charged with spying for China. CBS's Norah O'Donnell with details. Former U. S. Intelligence officers in custody charged with spying for China A Justice Department alleges that Alexander Ma was caught on video in a sting operation last year, accepting money from an FBI operative posing as Chinese spy. Federal prosecutors say Ma gave China classified FBI documents and sensitive information about CIA employees.
Weather experts issue most threatening hurricane forecast yet
"And Atmospheric Administration is updated its seasonal outlook for the Atlantic hurricane season to suggest there could be a Zeman Ia's 25 named storms this year. There've been nine so far, but Noah would prefer we not concentrate on numbers of storms, but on individual readiness. Dr. Gerry Bell is lead hurricane forecaster with no Oh, uh, the hurricane season outlook is not only about the numbers. It's very much about preparedness, Doctor you, Cellini already stated. Regardless of the predicted activity. We all know that it only takes one storm that catastrophic impacts on lives and communities, Noah says. They're forecasting tools don't make long range predictions about how many cyclones will reach land. But the increased frequency of storms means chances of a land impacting cyclone are greater. Christ, the pump
Apple is working on QR Code payments for Apple Pay, iOS 14 code reveals
"Nine to five Mac reports references in the code for IA fourteen Beta to refer to a function that lets iphone users scan a Qr code to make payments with apple pay. The feature does not work, but an image found in the code gave instructions on how to use it. qr codes could also be generated by the wallet APP. The feature is in the public system API implying it will work with third party APPS.
"ia" Discussed on Mission Daily
"Creating a fabric of all the enterprise data that impacts an enterprise and preparing the data for analytics since customers you know. Are you know the clearly understand there is growing? They need to optimize the cost. It's helps us get it. another for competition, might person other companies that purely focused on analytics, whereas we present from a cost perspective, compliance perspective, such as Judy PR CPA compliance, beginning organization through this then land and expand. We expand into the analytics based. That's all very large companies one of the biggest bank in the world. are some very very large east Ara using our platform be read it as number two in the world by Gartner And on this amazing analyst firms I wish they'd be like a pretty much one of the top window in the enterprise archiving space, but veto product be provide expanded analytics for most of the other competition is trying to so when you look at this data space there are two words. and. Then there is award call I a a Obviously, you know. The artificial intelligence wrote in order to do. You need the it which is information architecture, so we are more about providing preparing the data organizing the data from governments compliance. It's trip and preparing data for. So become under the category us. I E E, but the same from can also. got. It, now like you mentioned before you built a great company, your leaders among the leaders and Gartner curiously when I started this company. Is that what you're intending to do? What it solex look like when you first started so obviously you know when I started utterly destroyed so This was an I quit Cisco on. That was the time enterprise applications were getting the IMPLEMENTER. Lord War. I built my business primarily around dot helping companies to implement. DRP applications goes back to nineteen, ninety, five, nineteen, ninety six. And built a great business in public immunity keeping G mini July. Conflicting helping companies to.
"ia" Discussed on The Big Show
"At big show farm a little later on this afternoon. It is from Decatur County? And it is a group of Hay Bales. I can only assume they would have been fresh, first crop and I didn't know this was the thing. I guess you'll have to forgive me on that, but the net wrapping which holds the bales together is red, white and blue. It looks like an American flag. Holding these bales together which will give you chills certainly to see that in the countryside, and it'll be available on social media, so make sure that you follow. At fictional far algebra her closing number gets the last of the markets, you straight ahead..
"ia" Discussed on The Big Show
"Would you rain rain gauge today? You know here in Nevada. I didn't have very much just as enter to. That was in my rain gauge, but I talked to gentlemen neff Oh an hour north George Williams west of Iowa falls that He had two point six so very dependent upon where you are we, we can actually use the Nice in terrain here in Nevada certain to starting to dry up a bit. And we keep hearing that from folks in Nebraska folks in Illinois hearing of replanting in in Missouri Doug. Boat, you're the one that's out there CNN talking to people so What's your? What your summary? At, this point? Yeah, I was in Illinois for a few days last week to through Northern Central and east central Illinois and over towards the Champagne area, and really all the way across the state, Illinois in the eastern corn belt in general, had a better early planting season here in twenty twenty crappier than what we did in any part of twenty nineteen. It seems, but then the in May we had over A. Huge drain that really kind of made a mess in places What was a good start to the crappier that was relative to the Iowa in Nebraska which probably had by and large a really smooth start to the crappier, and in those areas where we had those heavy rains, and may that Kinda split are planning? He's into first-half second-half The eastern corn belt looks a little ragtag. What you'll see here in the state of Iowa, and as you and you get out into Nebraska as well a lot of replant in central and northern. Illinois has happened You've seen a little bit of that. In places in Iowa potholes that got planted early here in central Iowa. Had you know some of these heavier rains fill them up and some re plants happened, but there's there's been. Been pretty widespread replant and places in Illinois, and you know that that has discourage people in some cases and you know it's not been too late to get it replanted. Last year we had a hard time getting anything planted so twenty twenty, just a different year than last year but the by large eastern corn belt as struggled more than the western corn belt this year again Well and you. You bring that up and I was thinking about that here. As we were getting ready to begin this segment. Doug, you know. I remember you and I and Bob sitting around last year talking about what are unique year at had been difficult year. Because of the weather and planting conditions, this obviously has been unique in difficult. For other reasons, but. It's Boy It's been something else, hasn't it? Yeah. It's been a different era and I actually you know. The spring season has been the source of I think great encouragement to people, overall just you go from two shades of Brown and three shades of gray in the wintertime to see green outside with the fact that people have been kinda locked in their houses in a totally different way this year than they ever have been before I think this spring and early summer season has been really welcome for people you know every year in agriculture is different and we make adjustments every year and I think as a as an agricultural state, and and just that group of people who work in the industry. Agriculture is built to. Be Prepared for the unknown, and that's something that other sectors aren't quite as accustomed to the so I feel like we're. We're built for this. Year has brought. And have. By and large, this pandemic found ways to continue to the process of food and fuel and fiber production, which of course as we continue to to learn until our story is in eighteen month to two year process from planting seeds in the ground where it begins to ending up on the grocery store shelves. So, what do you have a sense of acreage than Doug? Because we're starting to turn, our is now to the supply and demand report out at the end of the month from USDA. I haven't looked at the acreage totals here recently, but I think by and large What people had planned early on I? Know There was an expectation that we're going to be really heavy on corn. Acres I'm not sure it's GONNA. Be Quite as as big of a number as what they thought, but I think it'll probably be close to it. because I think. Think even with the replant. People were able to follow through on their intentions, and what they were late in the in the spring season, so I think we're going to have a lot of corn in the countryside this year and you know I think that's been reflective in the marketplace. Do with the with what we've been dealing with and in the in the grain complex. So, then, what's kind of everybody's mood on marketing here? Doug? You think they're. Starting to get started in some cases, because it sounds like storage may be an issue this fall. Yeah I actually people have been you know, a little down in the mouth about What's been happening in the countryside with commodity crisis? But as you say that there you know, there has been some supportiveness. Come from. Places that we may not want it, but with the government in in the support they have offered has been meaningful and I. think that's important that way that we recognize the the you know. Corn and soybean markets may not be exactly where we want him. and we're going to continue to work on this demand situation in agriculture, but I think I think we're GONNA. Be Okay. I think the opportunities that are there. People need to take advantage of in according soybean markets when they're offered and it's not going to be. It's not gonNA be a home run year, but Hopefully it's going to be a year that were that were able to knock a single in or or a devil and in the. Plate and that's the way I think of. It is taken as volunteer. Absolutely and that's good advice, Doug. That's why we. talked to you from time to time about this stuff, we'll talk again. I appreciate it sir. Bounds good the andy yet. We'll see about Doug Hensley president hurts. Real Estate Services on a debate Iowa across. The Midwest. Market numbers positive at least. Made Him Fisher has them for you coming.
"ia" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"In Tipton ia other Michael sorry Kim it's wonderful to speak with you I've been listening to you for a number of years now thank you thanks for share that with yeah the the reason I called my wife and I are retired and my son and his wife and our two grand kids just moved from two and a half hours away from our home to about eight hours away right at the Christmas vacation so we enjoy traveling and I think we're gonna be doing they have to more often now with them so far away for a longer period of time and I was hoping to pick your brain about video surveillance of the outside of my house like a video doorbell and maybe a couple of wireless cameras you know if you're going to be gone for extended periods of time I mean you need a full blown security system I mean not just a video doorbell it is not like the the fees are going to go down hi is anybody home Hey L. I. I'm not so worried about I I'm worried a little bit about security but this is a very small town with fortunately very very low click kind that's good that's K. that's what I'm what I'm concerned about is nine right on the edge of town I want to make sure that I don't have problems with critters in the back of my house and right next to the farm field okay so you so you knew you you want to DO cameras all around your house not just video doorbell correct English now is your goal that is are you just watching for critters are you looking at it I know you said a small town like things happen in a small town are you looking for like people that are breaking in or again just cameras just scammers okay because years and years let me just let me because I we're gonna run on time okay okay okay so with the cameras and I don't mean to be rude but the cameras you have a couple of choices if you're going to eat you can get a couple a nest cams without or hate without or casings on that and they're super easy to set up you just get the app you take a picture Q. R. code bingo Bango you're on they do charge monthly monitoring fees if you want to save the footage past seven days okay these Nestor actually owned by Google there's also are arco cameras in those are a little bit cheaper but if you are going to be gone for an extended time I mean that there's nothing better than a full blown security system and you know yeah you can buy the nest cams in there you know hundred fifty Bucks each you're gonna need a couple of those but maybe just for peace of mind you should look at simply save camera com they have a fabulous video doorbell outstanding H. D. R. video quality something happens the police will be dispatched in your room when you're out there playing with your grand baby you don't want to worry about what's going on at home so they just want to check out simply save Kim dot com.
"ia" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Ia other Michael Kim it's wonderful to speak with you I've been listening to you for a number of years now thank you I appreciate that yeah the the reason I called my wife and I are retired and my son and his wife and our two grand kids just moved from two and a half hours away from our home to about eight hours away right at the Christmas vacation so we enjoy traveling and I think we're gonna be doing they have to more often now with them so far away for a longer period of time and I was the hoping to pick your brain about the video surveillance on the outside of my house like a video doorbell and maybe a couple of wireless cameras you know if you're gonna be gone for extended periods of time I mean you need a full blown security system I mean and not just a video doorbell because it's not like the the fees are going to go up and down hi is anybody home Hey well I I'm not so worried about I I'm worried a little bit about security but this is a very small town with fortunately very low click because that's kind that's kind mania and that's what I'm what I'm concerned about is yeah I'm right on the edge of town I want to make sure that I don't have problems with critters in the back of my house and right next to the farm the old things to you so you knew you you want to DO cameras all around your house not just video doorbell correct yes now is your goal that is are you just watching for critters are you look more again I know you said a small town and things happen in a small town are you looking for like people that are breaking in or again just cameras just cameras okay because the wires and let me just let me because I we're gonna run on time okay okay okay so with the cameras and I don't mean to be rude but the cameras you have a couple of choices if you're going to eat you can get a couple a nest cams without or hay que without or casings on that and they're super easy to set up you just get the abbey take a picture Q. R. code bingo Bango you're on they do charge monthly monitoring fees if you want to save the footage past seven days okay these Nestor actually owned by Google there's also are arco cameras in those are a little bit cheaper but if you were going to be gone for an extended time I mean that there's nothing better than a full blown security system and you know yeah you can buy the nest cams in there you know hundred fifty Bucks each you're gonna need a couple of those but maybe just for peace of mind you should look at simply save can not com they have a fabulous video doorbell outstanding H. D. R. video quality something happens the police will be dispatched in your when when you're out there playing with your grand baby you don't want to worry about what's going on at home so I just want to.
Joe Walsh Interview
"All good. Okay Joe how you been man. I'm good I mean Iowa slugging away it says I can't experience. Yeah I mean I obviously I want to ask you about that because last time we talked you had announced yet and I was excited when you did announce I've been following just as I was before but I'm curious to ask the actual man who is experiencing it. How always the experience going toughest thing I ever did you without a doubt look in unite talked about this a little bit? The last time we talked I think trump's on fit I think he's a danger to the country. I thought it was really important that there was a republican out there every day saying that that's why I got into this because nobody else did But but yeah I knew getting in it was a long shot right. It's it's fit made even more difficult because trump in the party. I mean I know you probably know this. They've literally cancelled the primaries in ten states states. So that's taking ten states off the table like that. That's never happened before so we've been up against a bunch of un-american bullshit like that what's the deal with what what is the. I did see that. But what is their rationale. What are they saying is the rationale behind that? They're saying that they're there. Sure and again mattress to understand. This is never happened before rum. Sometimes primaries have been cancelled when there's no opposition right but you've you've got me and you've got a former governor Republican governor running against trump. So what they're saying is they're doing it to save money which is bull because they're still having a primary just. I just thought this race. And then they're saying but because we're not credible candidates even the were on the ballot in on the ballot in thirty to thirty five five states looked. It's it's it's not complicated at all. The Republican Party is not a party it is a cult and they do exactly what trump tells them to do. And that's what the State party bosses are are doing. Trump told them cancel primaries. And that's what they're doing. That is so true I. It's I mean it happened. Quick like this is. We're talking three years since Obama and this this sort of rapid morph of the Republican Party. which does at this point really does mirror? I mean it's the most tired thing but he said it himself when he was running he could shoot someone a fifth avenue and his voters were still vote from that. That's just been born out to be absolutely true but like what y you're out there and you're seeing and I know you're probably running into it a bit like what what does it look like. What is I know what happens in the headlines on the news? What is it like running up against it on the ground now as you are doing it must be encountering a lot face to face everyday everyday met and look in general a lot of Republican voters? Because that's most of who I'm talking to us. Even though they like some of the things trump's done they're they're freaking keen exhausted of trump. Yeah a lot of them are in a lot of those people will still vote for him if they don't have another alternative but there are some people that I just can't reach tonight bouncing to him. Every day I mean part of his thirty five percents he can do no wrong with them and you got it right. Trump up knows what it is in in look. All Colts are led by demagogues. Who lied to them? I mean Donald trump lies almost every time he opens his mouth. Yeah Yeah In these and many of his followers Matt dewitt. They don't care so it's it's difficult but you know a lot of people have left the Republican party because trump and we're trying to pull them back in that that's kind of where the next thing I wanted to ask about. I mean the people that are GonNa vote from are GonNa vote for him and the people aren't are GonNa vote for. I'm assuming just kind of whoever wins the Democratic nomination but like what who is still who out there is still left. You know like I feel like it's three years now. Is there anyone. Who are there people out there who are actually still oscillating between one side and the other because I feel like what another thing trump is not as it is entrenched? I both sides so deeply. That unless you're you you're not gonNA ever be talking to the other side under any circumstance and it's just like it's it's just so deeply pitted you know so what is even. Is there any budging happening anywhere. Even in the middle is a gray area that I'm not seeing seeing the Mexican. Yeah Yeah I think you're onto it. I think when we get to the general election if it's trump against somebody I think there are very few undecided people The country was divided before trump. That's why we got trump right. He's like he's like the ugly product Ryder Cup. The divide but make no mistake. He's divided even further There will be a lot of people if it is trump against any democrat math. There'll be a lot of people who don't like either choice. Yeah but I think look a lot. So many people didn't think trump was going to win in sixteen. A lot of Democrats stayed home. I don't care if it's Bernie or Biden. Whoever it is I don't think Democrats are going to make that mistake again? I just can't imagine they will. Yeah I think last time we talked. We spoke before the first democratic debate. And I that time I was thinking Biden's probably the best bet but uh-huh I in the debates as we've all seen he just he looks the way looks. He looks old. He looks like he's he's not really there and the idea of him. Debating trump is a fucking scary one. But I don't think yeah yeah don't be scared about that. Yeah Here's the the deal. Trump can't debate. Yeah trump can't put two words together again. Do do debates matter. I don't know circles around him. Yeah try here's the one thing by WHO's got going for Biz. He's a decent man. He's he's and look I in and I even I speak this way when I'm talking to Republicans because look I've been very outspoken. I talked about it. I've been very outspoken. For Ten years I've been in the battles you I've said a bunch of shit that I regretted And A and unlike a reformed outline many ways but I think I think like decency. I think decencies GonNa win this year. I think I even and if by them seems too fragile to these a decent guy. I just think we're so tired of having a horrible human being in lighthouse. I don't think it matters who the Democrat is. Yeah I mean you you might be right. I mean the exhaustion is pretty high across the board. I mean that's like like that that is it. I feel like the one thing. Everyone can agree on even if you know because it's getting a little tense between the Democratic candidates at this point now that it's really coming close I ia. There's kind of the connecting even lives in and and Bernie or kind of going head to head about it but yeah the one thing I think everyone underneath everything is just. This is fucking exhausting. It's exhausting to deal with this shit. Donald Trump show every day and most Americans met. Don't want four more years else. Donald Trump show they. Don't it's crazy. I mean any any day. It doesn't matter what else is happening in the world. The headline on every major new site is about him. It's as if the rest of the world isn't going on and he met. He wants it that way. This is this is what I tell. Republicans it's like if if you care about immigration or health care or our our country's infrastructure is falling apart. Nothing's going to happen for for another four years because trump every day wakes up. Andy makes it about himself every day. He he's he's the most narcissistic human being I've ever I've ever or encountered
"ia" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Dot com this is can't in Spencer ia up next great to have you Sir hello yeah thanks for taking my call rush I'll get right to my point I agree with you not to have witnesses and one reason I say that is if hunter Biden is called in as a witness the same thing could happen that when Lois Lerner got called in as a spokesman for Iran's she pled the fifth she I think was working I also on tax exempt status for conservador prop at stand up at the house meeting her that investigation she played the bill nothing happened yeah at that hearing and I'm to say the same thing could happen to hunter Biden you know what his defense I don't think he has one very easily could plead the fifth meaning his testimony wouldn't happen and it be a complete waste of time no witnesses I think we'd be better off well I agree with you I think this witness is thing is a ploy it's a trick it's done simply to extend this to prolong the opportunity to dirty it up and to eventually dirty up the acquittal to taint the acquittal which is obviously what part of this is about but I'll tell you why I'll tell you why I say no to witnesses real simple because the Democrats are asking you don't run the Senate the Democrats want wetness is then there's no need to wait this is the house should have called every witness they want it is not up to the Senate to do it there's no reason the cave on this the American people are not with the Democrats on this issue the Republicans do not have to demonstrate that they're fair the Republicans are to demonstrate their nice guys it is obvious it's the Democrats of the left door grossly unfair here everybody supporting trouble it's a growing number is fed up with this they are fed up with the way trump is being treated they're fed up with all this there's no need for the Republicans to say okay we'll agree to what this is so those are people will think you're weird fair and nice and bright part a lot when I got it's a free can trap can you say no because sure was asking for it you say no because chef is asking for it I thank going along with this witness businesses the people support this for some reason they're enamored of the process of all this when everybody ought to be focused on the result the result is the ending this not getting off on some process because it's so historical in nature if these guys McConnell whoever else if they agree that this witness Rick it's just gonna show weakness and the Republican voters are gonna be fit to be tied if they fall for this if they go along with this what's the next thing the Democrats are going to ask on the basis Republicans being unfair okay so they're gonna give us a witness is a we're going to get one is going to plead the fifth on a bag and so what's next one of my next going to claim the Republicans are unfair on this stuff has to be shut down this is not some little exercise in constitutional process Donald Trump is in a politically deadly battle either he when are we all lose it's as simple as that fox he wins or are we all laws and the Democrats know this just grow these recalcitrant Republicans wavering fearfully over whatever I just I I I don't understand the thing I'd why is it that when we are in a position of strength it cannot be seen and acted on accordingly when Frank wall phone call there's nothing here that's impeachable there's nothing here that needs more witnesses and your their worship Coldham septa the people making the case here it's not even about this phone call that's the thing it's not about the phone call it's about destroying trump and what he represents about destroying trumpet is voters can these people not see this I got take a break and we'll do that we'll be back we'll continue fastest three hours in media right here on the Rush Limbaugh.
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"Ia fifty percent look at Garza so far ten point two blocks no Reba Wildcats outrebounded the hawks guys he needed to including eight offense agree about Chevy truck there's a lot a long shot what is the name of the ball I know everybody says about what about what she just really aggressive with coming up with those long rebounds Garza we skip Aveline out there McCaffrey greener the Wildcats Greer charter pop dance and Jones I think that they're pretty close with every show the stat sheet to his team during that about it said would it be thirteen the two on the board yeah the the news plus for half an rebounding margin or the years apple it laid back pockets a screen from Garza skips a pass for the near side eight McCaffrey thanks to the three doesn't take it is Garcia they double up with mansa and Jones in a foul I believe the call it on Nancy yeah that's his first we're going to double guards in the post of play man to man I thought Carter can open that I don't know if that was second battle of the Wildcats inbounds pass goes to Evelyn ten fifty five to go first half eighteen sixteen north west news McCaffrey jobs out front with the ball looks to his left the card Evelyn repeats McCaffrey yeah on the last week and now I three five short rebound chased out of the quarter Mike Miller top the card to the loose ball I take a race that was too well yeah Turner scoops it back to Greer group takes it to the right way up top finance around to the left the answer to screen for murder back contents left wing three no good he got fouled by Luca Garza among the arm well I think they make whatever the prices on first ballot Garza dance to the free throw line three he has not been to the line in I think a span of eight eight or nine games is an eighty eight percent free throw shooter first what the yeah six points nine rebounds four assists and two blocks on Saturday those shows yet went quite as aggressive with tonight Smith the second at the tip Duncan the other tip so he's he seems to be much more aggressive around the room Cordell pencil checks in little rock guys six nine two hundred forty eight pound junior from you the free throw attempts coming for dance trying to make two out of three he does it's got six the interpreter Robbie ferret back yeah twenty two sixteen northwestern ten fifty to go first out Evelyn works the ball up we're shops pencil out of his way Evelyn guarded by Greer around the right ears cancel cancel stares at hip gear steel by eighteen in the arms of our engineer Adam Phillips made a real nice scrap he fumbled at that age he was just he was the protection boat we sampled brought in front of us sixteen on the shot clock choose Evelyn what's the we can't release three eleven and a panel of the readout on Ryan young I believe over the back to write creators he went up for the test so first of all you on team pals even at three Evelyn give out the greeter left hand hold off the base light out of now so I will be the two twenty eighteen later with three here's Spencer young is driving to the basket put it up no good bell was called up blocking fell cancel I was one of those hurt him hearing impaired you have to hold your breath for a whole year at the free throw line I like the way north west is attacking the pressure they put a nice job would be aggressive free throw by AJ no good you've made his first two free throw attempts Joe you were.
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"Brain I'm shocker of it down to the week has just begun in keystone ia we're here to bear witness to a family meeting and intervention if you will it got kind of run through the end of the week didn't feel like such a family this week Rachel cruzi is running this meeting the other participants are gathered around her in a circle a couple of them fidget but most listened attentively on Friday we decided that today we needed to have a family meeting alright so this weekend I found this book and it's called it's mine so when I read this book I want you to think about how last week when and how this week could go this family meeting is taking place in a kindergarten classroom in a rural part of eastern Iowa region is the teacher and the lesson she wants to share is one that could have a lasting impact on her students the story is set on an island on the island live three quarrelsome frogs name Milton river and Lydia they quarreled levels from dawn to dusk hi Neil Milton the water is mine get off the island shattered rebirth the first is mine that's not then a flood swallows up the island there was only one rock left in there the frogs huddled trembling from cold in fright but they felt better now that they were together sharing the same fears and hopes eventually the sky clears the frog swim together hop off to butterflies and rest in the weeks we can work together yeah only because the beginning of the story when they were saying and it's mine it's mine was anybody having fine now all the kids get it the frogs are happier when they stop being selfish this is what it looks like to teach what is sometimes called soft skills the kind of skills that kids don't get asked about on tests of course ritual teaches the other things you'd expect counting reading in pronunciation okay what lessons like this one about the selfish frogs might have the greatest impact.
"ia" Discussed on The Content Strategy Podcast
"Organization has an information supply chain The concept comes the first place I ever heard this was nate silver speaking at the two thousand thirteen information architecture summit in an interview with Lou, Rosenfeld and every organization that just struck me as true. Every organization has an information supply chain. Nate was talking about you know the information supply chain of polling data election forecasting, but the larger your organization is the more stratified or. Fragmented or Distributed your information supply chain is going to be and so everybody needs to have to define their terms and have a common vocabulary even to be able just to talk about all of that information you're absolutely right. Ask You a question because this is when people ask you this question I roll my eyes and stomp out of the room because they think it's a stupid conversation except ultimately it's not it's overwhelming and confusing that I just leave because I'm scared. So it talked to me about this word. Content because you've been talking about information systems, information complexity, and managing information communicating about information when we in their information architects and somehow within the realm of content strategy or content design or content strategy or whatever content became the word that we talked about when you're in organizations are are they differentiating between what they're calling information systems and content systems or content? Ecosystems, can you unpack that a little bit for me? Absolutely. There's a lot of people who've defined content much better than I'm going to I'll just say that for our purposes content is information that is group have meaning for civic purpose and so in a lot of cases what we're modeling is both the you know the full taxonomy, the full on. The full information model but what is addressing is pieces of content. So for example, going back to Dobie, they wanted to they had learned helping support content evolved organically, and it was a huge mess. They didn't have any kind of governance over who could create content for what purpose and didn't have any redundancy checking built in..
"ia" Discussed on The Content Strategy Podcast
"So late examples on me, I want to know different ways in which taxonomy is important. Now, Alps out can how can backfire? Sure. One of the. Projects that we did recently. A customer Bronson was a large auto parts manufacturer. Many people have probably heard of and they brought us in to. Help them, find a new search engine. And once we got there we discovered that. Well, you know the search problems that you're encountering searches being unsuccessful searches being abandoned poor click through rates on search engine results page that kind of thing. Those were actually a trailing indicator of the real problem, which was that the information that the search was was looking at the basically the index was just not very sophisticated or or complex enough to reflect the true complexity of their their product line in a way that was useful for their customers. So we did was we looked at search logs and we did some research we looked at search logs as the starting point to see where vocabulary was not matching with search results, and then we did Musa Research to figure out what mental processes were going on. That were leading to this experience not performing. As I wanted to and one of the things that often happens is that search engines can be very finicky and you have to teach them in the taxonomy world. We called our preferred terms versus alternate terms and another way of saying that is synonyms so. If you have a site search and you type in as easy. You don't type in exactly the right word and therefore you can't find something Then you need to teach the search engine that Oh there alternate words that mean some more things or there are other signals that we can look at that can help us figure out what the user might need if they aren't using the word that exactly matches what the search engine believes that concept represents another example of this is from some work that we did with adobe..
"ia" Discussed on The Content Strategy Podcast
"Facing product taxonomy that's list of all your products there may be. Categories and subcategories within that list May that apply to the category, some categories and concepts or terms in this case products in that list, and all those things really make up the taxonomy that is the taxonomy of companies products. So we do at factor is we try to make sure model e Saxony's in a way that customers can understand that makes sense to customers that kind. Of reflects the mental models of people have in their minds about the set of products or to the subject matter or or what have you so so that's kind of at at its basis what taxonomy is and how it gets applied to the work that we do. So what happens if the the taxonomy sucks or if there is no taxonomy what can you give me some scenarios in which? We should have taxonomy when it comes to dense information we don't. A lot of companies have accidental taxonomy. So they they have lists and groups of things in categories and sometimes even have attributes but nobody has sat down and figured out. Okay. What's the best structure for all of the stuff? It just evolved organically in the organization so what happens when a client or a customer comes to us with a situation like that is that we take a really deep look at it and try to expose some of the structure and we also use a research to figure out how that company's customers or how that. Is. Constituents think about this information so that we can remodel the taxonomy based on how they those customers might think. And if something sucks, you're gonNA have a lot of bad side effects navigation might fail. Find ability might be difficult. Search might not work a really good example from some of our work in the past is a company that many people are familiar with crate and barrel rain barrel had a really well optimized process for what happens after you put something in a shopping. Cart, great..
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"Welcome back to another episode I'm Christina. So delighted to have you here I am equally delighted to have. Today's guest. Who is Bram Wessel Brim is a Seattle based experienced strategist and the CO founder of factor. In information an interaction design consulting firm. He's been practicing experience design in strategy for twenty five years with a particular focus on keeping the humanity in human digital experience which love frame welcomed with content strange. It's Delightful Abi here and the sun is shining and Seattle Washington. But by the time your listeners here this will probably be back to our four hours of great twilight. So he you know every time I'm in Seattle, it's sunny I'm not gonna lie to You I. Am I am surrounding trump life or in Seattle just telling everybody else it's raining and dreary all the time. So that will stay out. Yeah. I might know something about that. Right. To the bottom of this, Bram. We met. At. It was the first time we met at the Enterprise Experience Conference the Spring Not really. At a lot of the same events, we have a lot of mutual friends. I think we probably met one sat down and like throwdown about content strategy and definitely yeah, that's for somebody had an in depth conversation. I think you came to Seattle on a book tour you know six or seven years ago, and that's probably the first time but we didn't really meet at that point. So Nice. I know see I think just being polite because my suspicion is that I have met you twenty two times and. And I don't tell me if that's true. Even though I know I know it's probably true. Okay. Quiet. You do it just five Okay Hey Bram tell me about factor well. Gary Carlson was a taxonomy consultant. He had previously worked at a taxonomy toolmaker. called. SCHEMA logic. It's now part of a company called smart logic and I was an interaction design experience strategy consultant, and we had known each other from a past life because we went to college at about the same time and at the same school at about same time and Gary called me up one day and said, Hey, I'm doing this project. This is the kind of work I do and. I need some help with US research. So I did some User Research Forum we talked to golfers The client was a string of golf courses in the Seattle area founded by Scott Oak who is a Microsoft alum and we were really happy with how it turned out and Gary had been lamenting.
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"ia" Discussed on Court TV Podcast
"Shifting gears next up vinnie. I'm GONNA ask you. What does it sheen spouse a corn rake and hog farmer? You're having common for more court. TV Watch it on cable over over the Air Roku or go to court TV DOT COM and streaming live gavel to gavel coverage catch up on the big moments from our current cases and relive some of court TV's TV's most historic trials court TV your front row seat to justice so Vinnie. Do you have an answer for me. Why does it cheating spouse a corn rake and a hog farmer having common my friend. They're all on court. TV right now that's right that's right because there is an allegation of murder for the hog farmer. His name is Todd Melissa List. He's been accused of murdering his wife Amy Lynn Mollis. This happened back in November of twenty eighteen. He says they're just just working on the farm. He steps away find her with Acorn Reich which is now something that is in our vocabulary which wasn't a few few months ago or even weeks. It's a it's a it looks like a rake but it's a little bit shorter. If you took a pitchfork and sort of melted it bent it that's what Tori is like and it's a very sharp and apparently very deadly. Yes now tied. Mollahs is saying hey we were all working on the farm stepped away came came back and found her with a corn rick in her back and then at some point he removes the rake and the sun finds him a finds her excuse me so their son John and he's known as trm the sun thirteen years old at the time his mom yeah yeah finds and his mom like that calls the Dad over the dad takes rake out of her back takes the hospital and Todd Mola's doubles down every time he's asked and says accident accident. Accident must have an accent. That's all. He says that's all he knows this is this is a case where you've got the the two oldest motives in the book or alleged motives right here talking about love and money exactly love his wife cheated on him back in twenty thirteen and he suspected that she was seeing someone else around the time of her demise so you've got an alleged cheating spouse house right that draws a lot of passion a lot of hatred well. The other part of it is money. We say a hog farmer. This guy's a millionaire. I know you keep telling me how much money he has. A lot of money money's very successful in the hod farming business and as a result of allegation that he doesn't want to give up half of his stuff. You know if your if your wife life is cheating on you you get a divorce right. If you don't feel you can trust her and the relationships not working but if you get a divorce prosecutors say he's afraid he's GonNa lose half of his stuff stuff including money in the farm so it sounds like his motives right after the two thousand thirteen affair by Amy Mullah's that they've they've repaired their relationship they went on they stay together but when it came time to this incident twenty eighteen they were sleeping in separate bedrooms like ricky and Lucy no ricky excuse me though summers as separate beds and that was for D. TV purposes because you what do you think like little ricky came out of nowhere now. Where do you think he was just like puff well. I don't know where little ricky yes got. Little Ricky was so cute he was Baba Loo loo. Here's Kolin absolutely but in this case the the problem that you have for this defendant is a simple math problem okay he. A corn rake has four prongs yes. They're the victim Amy Lynn. His wife has six puncture wounds in her back. Four are going in one direction direction to or going in another direction according to the expert for the prosecution so you take six puncture wounds minus four prongs. He's in the corner break. That equals murder. Yeah can't be an accident. Someone else has to do it but from my perspective that sounds like something you could go go with at trial because you've got a wife who's allegedly cheating with a married man as a defense attorney. You have to serve serve up a human a person. You need a plan B. You can't go up there and say Oh woes exited. Somebody else did it. You can't talk about reasonable. Doubt reasonable. Doubt doesn't work like that. You have to say x person. Did it wrong person did it and they've got to make a reasonable argument that perhaps taps the woman who was married to the man she was cheating with yeah or the man she was cheating where I had some sort of motive which would be obvious for the the other woman and maybe some sort of opportunity to do it. Well and that's the problem because this farm was like. You said they're millionaires. It was huge huge huge. Why isn't like pepperidge farm where you know advice and bread like it's not accessible. It's just it's yeah commercial official farm. They are raising tons of hogs. You GotTa know your way around to find out where they are but at the end of the day right prosecutors have to prove that he did have to prove it so you got the motive. Does he have the opportunity to do it is is he able to do do it and get away from his son. WHO's thirteen years old right right. Well Okay so you were saying this is a huge or a very well known nonni repetitive type of theme that we've seen in criminal trials and that is the love triangle the chiefs -olutely all the time now a new one that we're starting to Qalat his internet searches. Yes digital. Evidence is as so powerful but this says now happening every trial. Excuse me people stay off the Google machine. You can't googling fant because and what I love about digital evidence. I'm talking about things like social media. What's on your name. What's on Mac user is that it takes you inside the mind of the suspect or the criminal defendant because when I'm on my phone by myself in my room. I don't expect other people to to see what I'm doing to understand what you're doing. You're getting inside my mind and my my thoughts and to me it is such powerful evidence. That's right journey and every juror can relate to it because they all have those moments themselves. Yeah you know searching thing inside. The mind of any is a scary place to be and I think we all think about our searches would look like in a murder trial but he's got awesome. Oh tough okay so the data. This incident was was November tenth. Two thousand eighteen on the cellphone and IPAD investigators gators found on November six four days before Amy's death todd did a search for quote unquote organs in the body and visited did the website Oregon's underscore anatomy signs trends dot com to view a body organs maps and diagrams that's-that's that's troublesome. That's troublesome do you. What do you think like he's like. Oh I'm going to kill her then. I'm GonNA donate her liver. No you want to know where the vital organs are out to kill. Hill someone well potentially all right. They're cooking even a clean place because that does you know in the beginning of the show. They say something like the opinions run out express. It's like you saying it about me. Like the opinions expressed by Sima Ire or not of anyone else's certainly not mine you. He definitely not yours so but now the more of searches that he did so back prior to the date of the incident on May tenth he does a search for Mike Todd killing unfaithful women what happens to cheaters history what happened to cheating spouses else's in historic Aztec Times. What do you think that was about well. They're gonNA need evidence of of some Netflix series or documentary that he was watching because otherwise that's just bad we participated have something to do with corn. Isn't there some maize maize maize right. I'm being slowing. I'm I think total series. I thought there was a connection there may be. There may be some connection there but you know cheating spouse. That's his world. That's his life and before that and before the January again we're talking about January. Twenty eighteen he tied did a search for thrill of the kill that one you put them together other and you put them together for this jury. It becomes problematic to me. Hunting it could be absolutely could be an and that would not be a crazy type of search but the problem is these searches are under the shadow of your on trial for putting a corn rake in the back of your cheating wife and that's the problem that he has talking about cheating spouses and if you're searching about what happens to cheating spouses or what should happen to the cheating spouses becomes a major major problem a problem all right folks. We've got the next big trial wral coming up on court. TV jury selections already taken place but opening statements are just around the corner. It's a case you know. It's a case you've heard heard about. It's out of Dallas Texas involving a police officer in an apartment shooting an unarmed accountant. Why would she shoot an unarmed accountant. Well that's a question. I think. Prosecutors need to answer at this murder trial. It's.
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"You Live Stars and write a review for us that we help some reviews since last week and they were all really nice loved by millions loved by mountains to okay. We're getting there. It's happening absolutely okay so the big news is felicity. Huffman desperate housewife. I know that was one of your favorite shows right. Not at all. I watch the real housewives OP. The desperate one's real ones because I like realities this. This was a great show. Okay so anyway so felicity. Huffman desperate housewife was sentenced last week in federal court in Boston for the biggest college admissions scandal in the history of the of the world in the history of the Federal Bureau of Investigations. Is that what we really want them doing. The FBI is waiting. I'm sorry in for saying what Law Laura I'm offender law are they enforcing their charging thing these people with mail and wire fraud and that's a crime and that's what the FBI it's a creative. It's a real crime. We'll see we'll see when when the people who haven't pleaded guilty felicity Huffman actually take these cases to trial and see whether or not a jury really believes that the University of southern in California is a victim in all of this and will they really believe the government's star wh why am I sounding like a defense attorney. You really believe the government's star witness was the ringleader leader. WHO's getting a deal. WHO's getting a deal in all of this. The ringleader gets the deal and all this is ridiculous. The whole wasted time okay just because a college or university is a name victim doesn't mean there aren't more victims such as all of the people out there who are trying to get into into these universities by merit and their spots are taken up by a bunch of rich kids whose parents are paying their way into these schools so we found out who they are kick them out. That's fine okay. What does that have to do with using the our top law enforcement agency and and spending time on this and I'll tell you why they're spending time on this because we're talking about it. It's a big story now. That's fine lean committed and he's there to investigate and prosecute them. Hello you act like there's like five. FBI agents in the country and like we don't have enough to to work with there's plenty of people to work on various crimes so there's whether it is sex trafficking or drug dealing or this type of male L. Slash wire fraud it is fraud. It is a crime and it deserves to be prosecuted. It's commercial bribery and there's no federal statute that outlaws commercial bribery so they have to kind of back door at through this mail and wire fraud theory where they are alleging that because the their own employees employees they see their own employees are not trustworthy these coaches and and admissions people at the schools their own employees are not trustworthy and therefore the school is a victim of Felicity Huffman or these other rich parents because they gave money to the ringleader who then gave money to the employees of the school and somehow the school has been robbed of the services of these people who they hired who they can't trust and and it all involves an admissions mission process where these private not public but private institutions can't police their own admissions crossing the second. You're not looking at the greater good and that is because because of this particular mission scandal it has prompted the Department of Education to open more investigations in nationwide investigations into other colleges so maybe they are looking at public schools and universities right now and the bottom line is are you saying it's okay for these parents people with more money to buy their kids access to a better education not at all not even unintentionally then. You're saying ignore the no. I didn't say ignore it. I said you can out them. You can indict the ringleader who's getting tens of millions of dollars and shut the whole thing. You know that first one. You're talking about one ringleader in one on scandal now that the Department of Education is investigating this there may be other ringleaders. There may be more proctors there may be more of these consultants ends who are taking money and essentially getting kids into schools that they do not deserve to be in then the act's and the SAT's. He's need to police their own employees better. I don't even know what an act is. Do you know what that is. It's like the SAT. It's an alternative foreigners. No no child took with the act. Well listen so at the end of the day. What we're talking about here are private companies and private universities that can't control their own employees? He's so they've got to bring in the Federal Bureau of Investigation to turn this into some sort of Rico money laundering wire fraud criminal investigation listen that will that that does not get to the heart of the problem. The heart of the problem is the universities themselves and their admissions process. They're asleep at the wheel okay and that is why put like these people coming in why because they all paid full freight all these parents right that paid tens of thousands hundreds of thousands of dollars to get their kids into school didn't take any financial aid. That's right paid full freight so the school was either turning a blind eye or didn't care in letting all these kids continue because they're paying full freight. They need kids like that. He'll be eighty thousand dollars a year you no and you're talking about there was one of the defendants three hundred thousand dollars other defendant another one four hundred thousand dollars and these are not as famous as felicity Huffman and of course. Let's not forget about aunt becky from we'll house full house fame. Her and her husband are going to challenge it. I'll be interested to see how this trial turns is out and they paid half a million five thousand so so the victims are the victims of the case. Getting paid full freight from the students are going coming in the alleged. Criminals in the case are paying money even more money to someone who is then making making money. Who was the ringleader? Who's then giving it to. The employees of the universities who are making is correct that is and in some cases. The employee didn't even get the the money. The money was donated to programs at the school at my Alma Mater Stanford University. The money didn't even go to the sailing coach. It went to the sailing ailing program so the parents the criminals in this case were donating money to the sailing program and the sailing coach then vouched for these students and the university did not did not follow up to say oh. We're letting the sailor into our school. Should we even check to see if they are a sailor. We'll just like like on Becky's kids. They got into the Rowing Program at University of Southern California and I don't know they don't know the difference between a canoe and a kayak a two second Google little by the admissions office would have figured it out. It's this university's doing their jobs and again if these were public universities that's public corruption. That's it's a problem okay so we diversity and we have to agree on the fact that because the department investigation is a Department of Education is now investigating then then this is a good thing right but they could have investigated all see what happened is this. This was an accidental investigation. They were investigating something came across crossed the ringleader came across they could have outed him. Indicted him had their press conference and given all the information to all the universities about this the guy and who may be more guys like that out there well. Let's see if there are this guy. Clearly was the ringleader of ringleaders. He was the guy that you went to and and and you know we're most of this. Money's coming from California out in Hollywood is where this okay so speaking Hollywood. Can we tell people what felicity Huffman God because I really want to know what your opinion is sure all right so she is getting fourteen days in prison. She has to report for her bunk. Lynette Schiavo going to the big cow's October twenty fifth. It's happening now. She's also gotten two hundred and fifty hours of community service one a one year of supervised release which is kind of like Pearl and then she has to pay pay a fine of thirty thousand dollars. It is noteworthy that what she had paid to get her kit. A four hundred point increase in sat sat score was fifteen thousand dollars so perhaps that's why the judge made at thirty because of both the prosecution and the defense. We're only asking for twenty thousand dollar fine. Prosecution `execution wanted thirty days in jail. She got fourteen. Should she have gone anything at all Vinnie. Is that rhetorical question. Here's she look. She pleaded guilty. She decided not to challenge the government so she pleaded guilty through guilty early on. She admitted what she did was right. Now Make no mistake what these people have done is despicable. It is wrong. It is outrageous but if the schools really believed that they have been victimized by these parents then sue them. All these schools have billions of dollars yeah yeah you're right okay. The I agree with that that that's that is a good way now is this civil action would have been more appropriate correct now. Is this this going to get on Becky to plea Laurie Laughlin a well. She's facing a lot of time if she's found guilty but I think they've they've. They've put their heels in. I think they're going to challenge it and they have the ability to challenge the government because they have something that some people don't have which is tons and tons of money. I'm just sources. I don't think there's any purpose in sending her to jail. For fourteen days I think is sending a message to the other defendants and I also think and I want our listeners to understand that the federal sentencing Danzig guidelines I mean Oh my God. You need a P. H. E. Calculus to follow this because there is an offense level and then there's sentencing recommendations ends and then the judge can go beyond that so someone light Felicity Huffman she was at a an offense level of a seven which was like the lowest that's why her recommendation was a month by the prosecutors whereas other people you know their their offense level goes much higher and therefore they're facing double digit month sentencing sentencing so it's it's it's very confusing. It's very tough and again. It's in the judge's discretion to go outside of the sentencing guidelines so someone like Lori Laughlin. Look look at more time especially the longer. She waits absolutely felicity. Huffman gets a deal because she's accepting responsibility for what she did by pleading guilty and if you go to trial you are not accepting responsibility. You're challenging and you don't get the benefit of that. Okay so at court TV we will keep our Eyes Open on what Lori Laughlin does next now.
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How iOS 13 Is Affecting App Developers
"It seems like we are now finally at the end of the summer. We are at the end of the summer. We've <hes> officially kind of hit. That point kids sadly sort of summer is over over now. Now we're heading into the fall and that's the addition to how that have the more personal sides of that. We're now also into the feels like sort of like. This is one of the crunch times of the year. This is the period of time where <hes> at least i know for myself i find. I have a lot more time to sort of focused work time. I'm just in terms of a lot of the things that are just ongoing in the summer have kind of settled down. The kids are in school. Everything's just kind of into its own routines. I tend to get a lot of work done and this is the time of year we're about about to get a whole lot of new apple stuff probably over the next month or so so as a recording now <hes> a little under a week away from the the first most of the first announced event that apple's going to have this year which it's widely expected than which they will be announcing the new iphone probably a new apple watch as well <hes> though we don't know for sure and almost certainly <hes> giving some indication as to when i was thirteen and watch west six t._v. o._s. In albany new updates they're gonna launch launch probably not the max stuff probably catalyst it traditionally that has come more in october in the last few years <hes> but that is likely where we are and it seemed like a good time to both look back and how the summer wind how i was thirteen has treated us <hes> as well as some talk through a little bit of the last minute rumors and things about how we're are kind of preparing for the event in the next month or so yeah. I mean if you would've asked me well. We probably did a show. We you didn't like you know what i planned to do this summer <hes> what actually happened. The summer was very very different. I would never have guessed that i would end up. Spending some are the way i did ed and what i basically done machine. I shouldn't meetings where listeners. I've talked about it. Before <hes> is i really deferred. Almost all iowa's thirteen work. I've been using iowa's thirteen on my primary phone all summer and i know how overcast when built for twelve runs on ia thirteen because that's that's what i'm using most of the time and it's fine there were there's a few tiny bugs that that i am trying to fix but they're really inconsequential and for the most part it's fine so i don't need to update it asap. The only reason i would i would need to be like for the idea of getting my features got there on day one but one thing i really don't like doing is supporting multiple major version of the o._s. At the same time what i've done since it's the very beginning of overcast and i think i did it for most of into paper to is. I always support the latest version and when new o._s. Comes out in the fall. I start requiring airing it almost immediately and the overs might continue to work on on the old phones but like whatever i'm building the newest update always like i o. S. thirteen only like whatever the newest version roya that version only and allows me to greatly reduce the the bug surface area the the maintenance and testing service area that i have to do and i've recommended recommended before ever committed to our audience that you do that that you that you require the new o._s. As soon as possible this summer for a variety of reasons i i've come to a different conclusion. You know certainly over the last couple of years. The rate of new adoption seems to have slowed down that it that it takes longer for you know whatever percentage you wanna say say. It's like you know eighty percent or ninety percent like it takes longer to reach that in recent years then then it has it did earlier on and for them. That's for a variety of reasons that that are beyond scope of the show but so if i limit myself to only iowa thirteen for the latest version i it's it's more and more limiting these days than it used to be and you know in a few months time that won't matter so much you know in a few months time there will be much more adoption of iowa thirteen but assuming it's going to be released probably next week that that that's going to be. It's like they're. They're going to be a lot of people running next week to the point where i could safely require it and so i have actually deferred most of miami thirteen work in part because i'm not really. I'm choosing not to follow that deadline this year. I'm choosing not to be there on day. One and that's also in part because most of the new features in iowa's thirteen are not things that are that important to my app. The the most important feature is dark mode but i've had atta dark mode four years and i don't think i could just follow the system said and i think i'm gonna have to have a second setting that says like follow all the systems setting or said it differently because i think that's the kind of user base i have that they want to build a customized stuff like that. I know that about my about my customers and so dark mode. I feel like i don't really need need to do because it's already super easy to switch overcast dark mode and to use a little too finger gesture which back and forth if you if you really want to push back and forth but i think most people just said it the way they want it and leave it that way forever. I don't think people are switching that often Mode isn't that important to me but it's also a lot of work to adopt a system dark mode because once on-site built for thirteen as you know once once i built thirteen s._d._k. And ship that as as like the shipping version then i have to deal with the system too dark mode and i have to deal with like like what it does to the stock you why controls and everything and be able to put an overrides and all sorts is all sorts of stuff like that so basically a lot of work for something that i i don't think is that urgent from my app and so what was urgent for my app i what started out as like i was having a lot of crashes and bugs and server load issues earlier this year and earlier in the summer and so i wanted i i knew that island thirteen because it was going to have slow adoption the it was important to me to make sure that the last twelve version that was going to be compatible with i was twelve was really staple for people because i knew people might be using it for a while while so i started out earlier in the summer doing a really big like general bug fix for i._o._s. Twelve i really wanted to make sure the iowa's twelve version was solid that really bring down the crash rate because it was getting a little uncomfortable to bring down the crash rate and make sure everything was working at and and redo the system so that it was much easier on the servers so that i can support these users for a very long time because i._o._s. Thirteen also cuts off some old devices which twelve didn't and so i knew like there's going to be people who hold onto iowa iowa who hold onto them iowa's twelve version for awhile so i wanna make sure it was as good as it could be and then basically what happened was i kept doing that and i kept making it more and more solid and meanwhile i've been maintaining my o._s. Thirteen branch off to the side and every time. I'm like waiting for a test flight review for my i was twelve branch. I take that time to merge in those changes into the is thirteen branch and make any thirteen requests or making me thirteen adjustments needed you know adopt some of the thirteen a._p._i.'s when i can but i've been mostly working on the twelve branch all this time because not only has thirteen felt like it wasn't that urgent of thing and not only am i am. I afraid of slow adoption at first so i don't really want to require it really soon but also all the i._r._s. Thirteen stuff has just felt like building on quicksand. You know it's i've been as we've mentioned it. It's been a pretty rough beta season for stability quality change. I guess like yeah like changing stuff under you and a lot of the new stuff that i thought i was going to quickly like swift u._i. Making a home you watch out like super yang and i'd rather wait a little bit. Maybe like maybe maybe a year. I'd rather wait until it's like more stable because where it is now takes a lot of effort and a lot of upkeep and maintenance because you have to keep keeping up with all the changes as it matures as it changes just like swift was when it was in its first year and so i could choose to either build all basically into building on quicksand all summer and deal with all the churn of that and all the overhead of that and the frustration or i could focus on the core app and deferral out of that work until later and because most of that work is not that urgent i chose that i chose to defer it so i have a really <unk> solid iowa's twelve app going into launch was thirteen and i have a you know very half done iowa thirteen branch that i'm i'm hoping to start working on on with the final s._d._k. Not running betas just a regular running the regular x code and it is very weird thing for me. I've never i've i've never done this before in any summer <hes> but i think this was the right move for me. This and it doesn't apply to every app either but i think i think for me. I think this was the right move and i'm i'm basically going to adopt iowa's thirteen slowly over the next few months and i think i mean i ended up doing a very similar thing. I think this switch for me was the the the realization that in some way often there's a sense of urgency about adopting the newer wests over the summer and he's that's an sense of urgency that i put on myself before i get this feeling that i need to adopt this by a particular date because it's like it's important to be there on day. One and that's the that's the feeling of urgency urgency that i put on myself what was interesting. This summer is but i had had almost inverse sense of urgency was that i need to make the iowa's twelve twelve version of my app very good by the end of the summer and that is in some ways more urgent than iowa's thirteen's adoption adoption because i'm hoping i think i'm going to be more aggressive with my adoption. Probably this year i haven't years past that i will probably at some point point in the next few months moved to an s. thirteen only <hes> requirement for many of my apps because i think like you were saying it is overall a good thing i think in years past i've been to i've been to supported too far back and i think that creates more work and more just challenged from for me than i need and so i look forward to doing that but if i go down that road then i mean this place where the actual urgency the actual like deadline that i'm stuck doc on is that the i._r._s. twelve version will has to be as good as i can make it and then like that version will be sort of frozen in time for many of my users forever so i need to make sure that version is the perfect one whereas the i._r._s. thirteen