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Bruins Beat Rangers 4-0 for 5th Victory in 6 Games
"The Bruins are within four points of the east leading penguins with two games in hand after Patrice Bergeron scored for the fourth straight game helping Boston down the Rangers for nothing tonight was about us making sure we're playing the way we want to play and everyone coach contributing and and and I thought we did that Jeremy Swain and needed to stop only fifteen shots for his second career shutout Jake DeBrusk Charlie McEvoy Brandon Carlo also scored in the Bruins fifth win in six games Brad Marchand and David great she had two assists apiece for the Bruins who allowed just seven shots over the first two periods Igor Shuster can stop thirty shots in the Rangers fifth loss in a row I'm the ferry
"igor" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"Like expanded background checks that overwhelming majority of their own constituents support right. isn't it something like ninety. Seven percent approval of expanded background checks. I mean it. It should be a no brainer. And yet i don't understand what makes these members of congress tick to to vote against something so overwhelmingly supported by the public. I think they fear that it's a problem for the base that if they vote for this even though nine hundred ninety seven percent of their electorate supports that they're going to be primary from the right now and You know and it's also the case that while you certainly have. Voters conservative voters for very motivated to vote against candidates who support gun reform. The same is not always true on the other side right that there isn't at least not yet. Organized voting block That's gonna support someone or post somebody Because they oppose gun reform. Well the democrats now are working on it. We have joe biden in the white house. Who has surprised me from from the get go. I was not A supporter as i've said a number of times. I've never been happier to have been so wrong so far so good. he's doing. He's doing the right things. As far as i can. See chris murphy. Senator from connecticut is taking the lead on against trying to whip support for gun control legislation. Is he the guy in the senate trying to make this happen. Does he have any any chance with joe. Manchin will look. Let me say that certainly was tremendous progress for the president to put forward the last week. And frankly we need him to go further. We need him to really put his shoulder into this issue. We need him to be actively working with senators to make progress on these bills because a people are dying every single day and be. This is what he ran on in. This is what he promised. In terms of what does path forward. Look like in the senate as you note Senator murphy who is such a rich history on this issue as listeners. Probably know him was just a newly minted senator in on a during the newtown shooting in december of two thousand twelve that killed twenty children and so he has really worked on this issue for a long time i. He seems to believe that there are ten votes. Ten republican vote in the senate to get the necessary sixty in order to break any any real time and move it across the finish line. Now the question remains are there steve oats and if so what are these sixty votes voting on because the reality is the measure that the house passed just about a month ago actually the universal background check measure is far more robust than what the senate last considered what's popularly known as the mansion to me bryant in twenty thirteen in that measure would roll back actually some of the progress that states have made on expanding background checks and probably i would imagine would be supported by large parts of the gun violence prevention movement. So while i certainly wish. Senator murphy Great luck in finding those republican votes. I do hope that they are found that. Those votes are for robust measure. That actually make a difference in you. Know limiting for instance a gun trafficking and making it harder for prohibited individuals to obtain firearms. But i'll also say that if within a reasonable period of time the senator can't find the sixty votes for such a robust measure. Then there's no choice in my view then for the senate majority leader to Begin the process of changing senate rules so that we could finally Pass these life saving measures that an overwhelming majority of americans support with a simple majority. And you got it. We've got like twenty seconds. Left assault suggest people go to guns down america dot oregon get involved there and you've got lots of ways we can. We can get involved and help out eager volsky. Thank you so much. It's great talking to you. I hate that. It's always under these circumstances but at least it gets us talking and i think we're all on the same page right now. We got to do something. Thank you for joining us. Great talking to you. Thank you take care. Bye bye all right with that. We're done for the day tomorrow. Digby be here a lots to talk with her about two. So all right. We'll see you then. Thanks for listening everyone. By how about some news before we go. 'cause i got that for you to let me just push the right button and Here we go it's time for new coal sandler's what's news from nicole sandler dot com and the progressive voices network. Protesters and police clashed for the second night in a row. Monday in brooklyn center minnesota over the death of dante right. The twenty year old was fatally shot by officer sunday during a traffic. Stop police chief. Tim gannon said the officer. Who right identified as kim hotter. A twenty nine year veteran of the force meant to deploy a taser instead of her gun. The department released body camera footage on monday. That showed right struggling. He's being handcuffed. You can hear the officer shout. Tasers protests.
"igor" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"He's gonna lose a lot of seats in the first midterm after a presidential election. Yes and ninety six. When he was running for his own re-election he ran the assault weapon ban right so so it was. It was popular at the time. Also remind your listeners. That in two thousand four i just as the assault weapons ban was expiring. Then president george w bush supported it. He of course did nothing to To fight the sunset clause that was put in it but he did campaign in favor of the assault weapon ban. As did by the way ronald reagan. Who in wasn't lengthy four or shortly thereafter around that period did a publicly indicate that he too supported an assault weapon ban. I'm so now we're in a place where this issue is still challenging. It's probably harder to find Republicans support not necessarily republican voters but republican lawmakers zach like many ways the assault weapon. The industry has been able to really create the smith around it. That it's the most popular weapon and if you've been at your confiscating people's guns and and so while certainly necessary and folks are fighting for it It's it's you know it's it's it's going to be a real effort to get it across the finish. Well let me throw this out. There the nra. I'm guessing had a lot to do with the the sunsetting of the assault weapons ban because they rose the. Nra has been around for a long time but for the longest time it was. You know the sportsman group. They weren't the lobbying group for the gun manufacturers. Then they became that it became all about the money. They became big time lobbyists and had a lot of influence and their influence grew. If and please correct me. If i'm wrong this way i remember it and i'm probably i could be wrong in a lot of friends. But as their influence grew throughout the years of the ban by the time it sunsetted they had a completely different profile than they did ten years earlier where now they're on capitol hill there lobbying and their spit throwing a lot of money around mostly into republican coffers. They were a different animal but there are different animal now than they were then aren't they. They've lost a lot of power. They've they've filed for bankruptcy didn't they. Well you know. It's certainly true that early on in its history The nra which was formed by two union soldiers in the aftermath of the civil war to help teach marksmanship to americans. They were so disappointed by happy. Soldiers did during the civil war they thought goodness when an organization to teach people how to shoot later it became focused on hunting and outdoor sports but before the nra really took a right turn. That happened around. Nineteen seventy seven when a whole different kind of leadership literally staged a coup on the floor of the nra convention and Kind of pushed the nra Aggressively to the right and kind of paved the The the way frankly for that organization to grow in the way that it has before that happened in seventy seven the nra publicly positioned itself as an organization that was generally interested in helping reduce gun violence in this country. But privately in the way it communicated with its members. I always pushed folks to oppose gun. Reform measures as early as nineteen away and twelve and so it has been a bit of a checkered history now and of course you know when we look at what happened in nine hundred ninety three nine hundred ninety four. This was a period of time when the nra really got caught red handed in many ways in terms of trying to bring in anti-government separatists into its fold and they decided to rhetorically really attack government officials and president clinton at the time in ways that really lead to a loss of public support at the time and president george h w bush ripped up his nra membership card to protest these kinds of strategies so they were in a weakened state back then and then of course when you look at today what. They're really up against what they're really facing. Charges of just mind blowing corruption at the very top in that really has to do with the kind of a culture that wayne lapierre has established. Where all of the millions they make from their dues paying members appear to be funneled to his his pocket family. That's right and the yacht trips and the traveling everything. i mean what. I was amazed that he showed up. At whatever. recent event a cpac. He was there at cpac when we all the nra wasn't going to have any role in it and all of a sudden wayne lapierre's there i would think he'd be persona non grata. And i'm i'm amazed he still with the organization. So they are kind of toothless now or maybe not what is their standing certainly diminished. And you see that in the kind of political spins that they do those spencer smaller than they were in previous cycles but the real power of the nra is that they've been able to really weave in the gun issue into the broader conservative movement. Right identity around gun ownership that gun owners are super american citizens. That are really what this country is all about. And anybody who proposes any kind of additional regulation or reform isn't just making it harder for an individual to obtain a firearm but is trying to destroy the very way of life of conservative americans and that kind of identity has a lot of power in terms of mobilising conservative voters at the ballot box in terms of mobilising them to call members of congress so while the lobby itself may certainly be diminished. Its power is still there and we see that in the way. Republicans talk about mass shooting events and the and the fact that they still are showing between zero and limited interest in passing reforms..
"igor" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"She said i'll as you tasers tasers phaser and then a second later kids. I shot him really. How do you not know how do you not know the difference in the feel of the. I've never fired either one. But i know there's got to be a substantial difference in the way of a loaded handgun and a taser. Feel in your hands. I hate to be in any way that person. But i do know that. We all get crossed wires from time. Yeah that's true. And and and and. I think that this was an i. I suspect was really inadvertently mixed up but that's not a person with the psychological cup necessary to be able to to have the power to wield any now let alone deadly force absolutely not in the thing is she'd been on the force on the job for twenty seven years. It's just crazy and and so now there's new ludik in the area where a lot of looting took place last summer And this time we didn't. It wasn't a large influx of skinhead torn tech certain missouri with pickup trucks and our materials they did. They didn't have time to get that far in this is this is more native natives Real anger and i don't think it's constructive at all. Trae we get crazy. That just comes down right during the trial just crazy. it's insane. I mean the worst possible scenario the worst thing that could have happened and it did on every front i had. Here's here's a white person's problem. I had to cut short by walked out in the woods to watch the sunset last night to comply with what i regard as an illegal order. The curfew yes curfew yard last year a bunch of it and helicopters and all kinds of it with no need for this. Come on. I'm in the twin city. This is one of the coolest towns in the country. Yeah i accept right now. it's kinda hot god anyway. So dress upon stress upon stress upon stress people be. Well thank you so much nicole yankee here to you till tomorrow make some nice chicken make some nice chicken soup for david sometime or quarter him to make some for you. I do the cooking. He does the cleaning. That's how we do it around here. it's i do the cooking. He does the cleaning so and no chicken. 'cause we've gone pretty much vegan. Believe it or not. Oh yeah that that will do better for your immune system of your overall Future as far as staying cancer-free could be and maybe even go towards raw foods. If you get one thing at a time just giving me all right raj thank you for having me for calling. You got it. Thanks for checking in by check in with jack rice. The problem is e started a trial yesterday. Jack rice of courses the criminal defense attorney and he started a trial yesterday in. I wonder what happened. I mean. I don't know i i need to shoot him off a text or an email to see what's going on with that because i'm sure everything has been kind of up ended with in minnesota right now all right. So yes so. I played for you. The the the The cop the woman female cop who fired who shot and killed dante right in her holy shit. I just shot him. That is chilling as it was to me. I can't even imagine what that sounds like to his family. You know dante writes family today. Met george floyd family. There's there's video of it floating around the internet. I mean i think it's a private thing. I'm not gonna play it for you but these two families who found each other in this time of just horror just horror right and then also happening today was the the capitol police officer who was killed when a car ran into him as he was standing outside of the capitol gates. Bobby evans was his name. He today is lying in honor at the capitol. And joe biden's they had a little memorial service. There and joe biden spoke and This bobby evans widow and two very young children were there and joe biden. You know this is one thing he's really good at. Apparently i've heard everybody wants joe biden. Because he's so good at it so job. I'm gonna play you just a minute of the end of of the remarks that joe biden made. He's good at that Comforting thing and then. I wanna share with you. What happened on fox news after that. Oh hold on. I got something. Where's this audio coming from Oh i see it's coming from there. Okay so here is. Here's the end of joe biden. Speaking at the at the memorial. I think it was just playing now. It doesn't want to anymore of course because it that's how it works. Damn it why is playing. It's always something if it's not one thing it's another. I wonder if this one will work. Okay so joe biden. So for some reason. Joe biden's not working here. Let me start one more time. This audio is just not playing. Does not want to play for me all right. So joe biden delivered his usual eloquent. You know telling the kids. Your dad is always with you. You know all the things you would expect then. Harris faulkner is on fox. And this is what she said. At the end of joe biden's it wasn't a eulogy. His his talk.
Ryan Pulock Scores in OT, Islanders Beat Rangers 3-2
"The islanders pulled out a three two win over the Rangers on Ryan Pulock schools seventy three seconds into overtime the aisles blew a two nothing lead before Pullach netted his first goal of the season Kalpetta merry JG Pageau scored in the first period for the islanders who have won eight of eleven and R. eight two one two at home Ilya Sorokin stopped twenty four shots and improved to eleven three and one this season including a don't know what home Igor Shuster could finish with twenty nine saves for the Rangers fifteen coming in the first period the aisles remain tied with the capitals for first place in the east division I'm Dave Ferrie
Lafrenière scores 2nd of season, Rangers beat Capitals 4-1
"Alex lafreniere second NHL goal was the eventual game winner as the Rangers downed the capitals for one the first player taken in last year's NHL draft gave the Rangers a two nothing lead with two sixteen left in the second period the friend yours first goal in eight games came after he was elevated to the Rangers top line Ryan Strome scored fifty nine seconds after a friend here and set up Chris Kreider's power play goal in the first period because a bandage added an empty netter R. Timmy parent had two assists and Igor sister can stop twenty six shots in the Blueshirts second win in a row I'm Dave Ferrie
Halak, Ritchie lead Bruins past Rangers 1-0 for 5th straight
"Yaroslava lock made Nick Ritchie's goal stand up as the Bruins picked up their fifth straight win one nothing over the Rangers a lock stop twenty one shots in his first shutout of the season and fifty first of his career he's four oh one one with a one point three eight goals against average in five starts this season Richard B. Igor historica nine twenty seven into the second period just circuit made twenty nine saves for New York the Bruins lead the east division with twenty two points to ten wanted to the Rangers drop to four six into with their third loss in a row I'm Dave Ferrie
Strome, Rangers spoil Ovechkin’s milestone with 4-2 win
"The Rangers jumped out to an early lead and held on it afforded to victory over Washington Ryan Strome beat Vitek Venta check one forty one after the opening faceoff then added a goal in the third period as New York won for the third time in four games early in the year guys are really just forcing offense I think now when a guy makes good plays getting rewarded by steam it's I think that goes a long way in a in a winning culture and I think a certain show the results Strom second goal of the night made it three to one Blueshirts Alex venture committed three to eleven oh one of the third but that was as close as the capitals would get Igor Shuster again turned aside thirty one shots to get the win I'm Bruce Morton
Moldova's Pro-EU President Sandu Sworn In
"Of Moldova has inaugurated its first female president, NPR's Lucy and Kim. Reports. The Harvard graduate and former World Bank economist is pledging to forge closer ties to the European Union against Russia's wishes. Maya Sandu took the presidential oath of office in the Moldovan capital, Kishan now sure. Sendero? Yes, Sunder one in November runoff election against the incumbent, Igor Dough done who made dozens of trips to Moscow during his term in office. Moldova is ethnically linked to its neighbor Romania and NATO and U member. We also maintains close ties to Russia. Sandu has called for Russian troops based in a separatist region of Moldova to go home and wants better relations with the EU and United States. Lucian Kim.
Business Partner of Giuliani Associate Is Expected to Plead Guilty in a New York Court
"Plea change for a co defendant in the campaign finance case against two former associates of President Trump's personal attorney, Rudy Judi Giuliani. David Korea allegedly worked with Love Parness and Igor Frumin, two former associates of Rudy Giuliani. Johnny to inject foreign cash into US political campaigns. The idea, court records said, was to curry favor with certain state and federal politicians that would benefit a future business venture involving recreational marijuana. Korea was charged with conspiracy, and he's now decided to plead guilty during a hearing Thursday morning. ABC is Aaron Carter Ski, You're listening to ABC News.
"igor" Discussed on WGN Radio
"That's definitely mint in initial floor service. Yes. No. I mean, if for any reason you wanted us to stop by and look at it, we would be glad to. But I'm thinking you have to have it replaced. What about? We've tried to fix up Parquet floors before in the eighties and nineties. Thisa little with outdated But should Dexter go out rich Senior. Go out and check out the door. I think Igor can answer all these questions, Mr Fork in all right, So here's what we're going to do. Melissa, Are you an HP to argue in Highland Park to I'm in Evanston. Okay, So you're right down the street. So here, call Mr Floor. He's out of Skokie, which is right down the Edens. Right? You're all connected 847. 674 75 100. And set up. You got it. 8476747 500. We'll all meet at your mother's house. Does she have a backyard? She's a huge backyard, and she was contacted by sometimes many years ago to do a stand because Jean Harlow used to live there only right now, David, this house is up your alley. Okay. I'm glad you said that you want you want. Could you take pictures of all your different rooms and send him to David, please? You know I don't get sick. David. I told you he's going. Tio. Listen here. I'm gonna bring my karaoke machine right up your alley. Bring my I'm gonna bring my teriyaki machine and we're gonna set up in her back yard. Not that I'm opening with That's what I'm doing Advice, Gary..
"igor" Discussed on HASHR8
"When was the bill signed into law was really yes. It was like late august. Okay if i'm looking taking the leg. Dwayne the aids or okay. So there's still a lot that needs to be flushed out. I mean it sounds like you have a clear understanding of what the rules are. Obviously and i'm sure that as with any new bill or new law that's passed takes time for for the actual structure to set in. I mean what's the the populace perspective of bitcoin crypto currency. Right now. does this change the way that the russian people are viewing the asset class set. Great question because The coach that's the way it like probably internal keenum Alike could be in the russians on this regulation is relatively negative because many of them were using the currencies to exit. And the west. That's why people different expect a two-year little bit more liberal and would expect to hide all regulatory freedom the same time like Sentiment of people ablation useless out for small at gas stations which are like it in any initial ask them eulogy and so one was able to lake on the basis and it's beautiful occurrence of the instant isn't that allies you don't actually means like and we know fills gives us all centralized structure. It's not that easy to look for a lethal much menu of flake. Smaller skill edgy. Investors will keep using currencies godless with an english. Because it's mainly focused like institutional like an enterprise sleek exchangers played. There're some soreness will force a little more institutionalized and give the people like currency pounce exchangers brokers who will move. I like a quick abroad and to use at foreign law food business. Whatever abiola before a. I would say that i think of that as at relation will be a much more rent a much more flexible but at the same time the people like and nothing. They crazies. Happy as the ways in accordance with this law or like with regards to the article that came out about data collection and the transparency of data centers. How does this change operations. Is there increased audits. What is the government's new involvement in your business information so my view of. Why is this happening in the why this change proposals is your that plays a song right now. Simple government and president of our country himself waiting for the reservation over the country or woman. Four develop in data center industry in the country and for like ministers for leg high a lot of performance indicators built around lake all stop like home when you have the country home when your data center software and so on and so forth so john slugged war he'll coefficient saudi his implementing those directions that strategy digitalization as a country as this kind of new reported forums of should use a whim personal and look i see eight year in is companies in those forms because lake. Okay konia vaccine home when you feel own and so on and so forth. It's not like a huge like leakage or forgiveness city late at the same time if you can see that information as a internal proprietary information you around just the corporate data center for some larger corporation. You're not asked to submit information files a lot wars and so i definitely understand aware government discovered mullany to transparency in the industry to track the progress of worship of industry. He s osama leg laurels. Information that is involved here but for me as a florals had just inconvenience for years. We just needs to assemble. Immune of means four over list. alec inflammation us as not like Hugely impactful in terms of leg. Trade secrets war. It's kind of foam more conscious..
"igor" Discussed on KTRH
"John Donne. Igor's here to let us know what have a morning We're gonna start off with on Wall Street. What do you think, Joan? A little bit calmer today, Jimmy. More evidence that the big tech cell awfully this week in earlier lately this last week in earlier this one, right? Was not part of a longer slide. Stock futures are lower again today after yesterday's gains, but not sharply, so SNP futures were down 17 NASDAQ futures down 27. While Dow futures are down 155 points that's still only about a half percent. Mall owners to the rescue for J. C. Penney. Simon property in Brookfield Property Partners, teaming up with the Department store's lenders to buy the chain and keep it from closing that almost $2 billion rescue deal would preserve about 70,000 jobs. And Martha Stewart is getting into cannabis. Well, at least CBD. The Canada based cannabis company, Canopy Growth Partners has a partnership with Stewart for a new line of wellness supplements called Martha Stewart CBD. Is, she says she's found CBD supplements are a simple way to an ant enhance her own health and wellness from the Bloomberg News Room. I'm Joan Doniger for news radio. 11 10 for news radio. 7 40 K T. R H. Not all tests of the same when it comes to testing for the Corona virus. Michael Doherty of any lab tests now in Stirling says consumers need to do their homework. There's two categories right? There's the swab, which is do I have active? These? That's not an antibody test. Okay, so if you don't have symptoms by and large Anyway. Having this swab is relevant to see if you were just recently contaminate, which is highly unlikely. That's different than antibodies. So any bodies are like you get the flu shot. You build up a defence developed antibodies that shows you've been exposed. Antibodies will fight things off. And you never know exactly how affected anybody. Is there going to be because every human beings different Now there's a ton of different antibody testing. You're gonna have to do a little more homework. Basically, you should ask your lab what antibodies test for because there's more than one and you should ask them what they used. For more information, Visit Cove in test Virginia dot com. Or call any lab tests now at 7034446633. I'm.
Kyle Rittenhouse charged with murder in Kenosha shootings
"Were out in the streets of Kenosha, Wisconsin, once again last night. Demanding justice for Jacob Blake. He's the African American man shot in the back by police National Guard called in from three states and now new details emerging about the deadly shooting that erupted during a night of unrest earlier this week. 17 year old Kyle Rittenhouse, now in custody, charged with homicide Accused of killing two people and injuring a third team from Antioch, Illinois of former police cadet was seen guarding a car repair shop Tuesday night telling Blaze TV. He was armed with a lethal ammunition projecting from the citizens and I just got a person in the crowd in hour and a half later, the disturbing and graphic incident unfolds detailed in a new criminal complaint. At 11 48 PM Rittenhouse can be seen running across the parking lot. He turns to face a protester now identified as Joseph Rosenbaum and shoots him. He picks up his phone, then runs away. Rosenbaum does not survive. One minute later at 11 49, the shooter could be seen running down the street long gun in hand. Protesters tackle him to the ground. His next victim, Anthony Huber, tries to grab the gun attempting to this arm him with a skateboard, but he's shot in the chest and killed Another protester gauge. Grosskreutz is shot in the arm while his hands are raised at 11 51. He approaches police arriving on the scene. A CZ police move in Rittenhouse Khun be seen with his hands up, but he's not taken into custody. It's not until more than 12 hours later that police announce he's turned himself in across state lines in Illinois. In situations that are high stress. You have such an incredible tunnel vision. So no raising questions about the police response in light of Jacob Blake shooting now Kenosha police revealing new information identifying the officer who shot Blake. Seven times in the back as Rustin, Chesky, Chesky and two other officers have been placed on administrative leave, and a federal civil rights investigation has been opened. Jacob Blake's father, saying his son is handcuffed to his hospital bed while he recovers from the Seven shots to his back. There had been a warrant out for Blake's arrest when Sunday's shooting unfolded, but no word on whether that warrant is why Blake is handcuffed to his bed wth Igor Verner of Wisconsin. Baffled Blake is still partially paralyzed. That's
E.U. Rejects Belarus Election, Calls for Sanctions On Responsible Parties
"Now we turn to Belarus where President Alexander. Lukashenko still clings to power after claiming victory in elections that were widely condemned as fraudulent after the brutal crackdown on protesters that the EU says that it'll impose sanctions on those responsible for. Violence repression and election fraud and is called for new elections. Lukashenko says no to new elections unless quote you kill me but his support appears to be slipping away. One of Lukashenko senior diplomats has defected to democracy activists. He is ambassador to Slovakia Ego, less Kanye, and he's joining me now from Bratislav. Ambassador Welcome. To. The program. I wonder if you can tell me at what point you decided to to break with your government and from a high position and turn towards those who are seeking democracy in your country. I. Full of news I followed we. Followed them very himbal believers of dodgers and use of force against demonstrators eat it was really something horrible zimet the east. Of Zip feature of national character of the Larosiere. Is that was my also scientist show and of course, I was shocked. and. Of course, some more or less pragmatic. WAS ADDED IN ONE Mesh of Bruce His. Classmate of my daughter as parallel will never was listed in trouble. So Devos her over. Over my my personal, my CB perception of the. And the basal of
Belarusian ambassador resigns after supporting anti-government protesters
"With political unrest growing in Belarus, the country's ambassador to Slovakia has resigned. Igor less Chen Yu said in an interview that it was a logical move after he recorded a video statement supporting the protests that have roiled Belarus for nine days in a row since the presidential election that gave a six term to longtime leader Alexander Lukashenko. In the statement released on Saturday, less Chan You express solidarity with the protesters and said he was shocked by the reports of mass beatings and torture off them. I'm serious, Shockley
University rates of depression double among students during lockdown
"At universities who likely have depression is double what it was a year ago. That's according to a survey released today from UC Berkley and other institutions. Laura Cliven has more Roughly a third of undergraduate and graduate students screened positive for major depressive disorder and nearly 40% screened positive for generalized anxiety disorder. Both rates are a significant jump from before the pandemic. Igor Cherkesov is a researcher at the Center for Studies in Higher Education at UC Berkeley, the group that led the survey. This is unprecedented in our data. We have never seen such an increase first, and we have never seen such high level of anxiety and depression among students more than 45,000. Students at a handful of public research universities completed surveys from May through July of this year. The results showed both depression and anxiety were more pronounced in students who are low income people of color women, transgender, queer and Caregivers. Rates of depression and anxiety were higher for students who had trouble adapting to remote learning. That will be a growing tied off student requests for mental health services, so universities should plan to allocate more resources to address this survey. Authors recommend universities higher MOHR Counseling staff create more appointment times and support groups. They can also implement low cost measures like embedding mental health resource is in regular classes. Screening positively and actually having these mental health disorders are two different things. Another doctor, not part of the study sense. Still, it's hard to argue against more mental health services, particularly evidence based ones for the California report. I'm Laura Clive Ins. In the Central
Belarusian ambassador resigns after supporting protesters
"The Belarusian ambassador to Slovakia who supported protesters rallying against his country's authoritarian president says he has handed in his resignation a move indicating growing dissent at the highest level of governments Igor last ten years said in an interview that it was a logical move after he recorded a video statement supporting the protests that have roiled Belarus for nine days in a row since the presidential election the gave a six time to long time leader Alexander Lukashenko in the statement released on Saturday last time you expressed a desire to with the protesters and said he was shocked by the reports of mass beatings and torture off them and accused Belarusian law enforcement of restoring the traditions of the Soviet secret police I'm sorry yeah Shockey
Interview with Igor Perisic
"Hello and welcome to the today podcast. I'm your host Kathleen Mulch and I'm your host Ronald Schmeltzer. Our guest today. It's ego or parasitic. Who is the chief data officer and VP of Engineering at Lincoln? High your thank you so much for joining us today. Yeah thank you eager for joining us. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners and tell them a little bit about your background and your current role at Lincoln certainly I guess from an education perspective. I grew up in Switzerland. And I have an Undergrad degree in applied math from the which are then follow up with graduate studies in statistics in the US somebody A statistician and they not only my career just pivoted to the industry and since then was essentially involve which was originally called it say applied statistics than data mining machine learning and data signs. And now they I. I guess it's GonNa depending on what it was at that time to liberal. Just change the funny thank you though is at the beginning. When I studied into domain. It didn't have the labels and people didn't understand what it was interested in doing or what I was doing so they would always people back to statistics until you're doing stuff like the Census Bureau or FDA drug pools etc etc. Any took awhile to sorta registered in the sense from the beginning in my career. I was always interested in to leveraging data provide to enhance individuals ability to do the job and to achieve more today Lincoln. I'm the chief data officer and the VP of engineering part of the engineering orgnization. From the beginning. Because I'd like to build things and the my responsibility than on the engineering side. It's everything that covers the data spectrum from online to offline distributed systems that at all as to store data about storage systems with semantics so the data flow from one service to another one thinks like Cobb we invented on open source. I think to other big systems at At scale think ado spark etc etc and then on top of infrastructure and these might teams are responsible for all the ai that enables us to percents experience so mentors and on the chief data officer side responsible to make sure that we use data in responsible fashioned according to the terms of the service to regulations set kind of city between product legal and engineering to make sure that we on the same page and inflammation communication pros across so the everybody's consulted than making sure. That knows what's happening your excellent well. You know the interesting. You mentioned data sciences sort of both the profession and sort of as a role has really emerged quite a bit most very recently near. Right. It's interesting people. You know when you look at so trying to understand a little data science when one. You like really isn't very much You'd think there'd be a well established definition menu. Some people look at it from the statistics probability perspective primarily or data analytics perspective. Some people look at it from the data management perspective and say mostly data and a little bit of science and some people. So it's kind of interesting all that but the chief data officer role also is fairly new thing. But you know of course. We've been dependent on data for decades. You know ever since we've had data that also changes through time to as data. A science at the beginning was doing a lot of things which today you we already saw the state. For example. A data engineer was co composed science at the beginning. Like around two thousand seven eight just because all these data systems did not exist so you have to build them. And there's the need they'd be innovation to dry them and who felt that need while the data scientists so they did engineering was part of it. Same thing she did officer Demand on making sure that the way that individual manipulate or use data within their organization is much more controlled than what he was before kind of elevated that will people flocking to download from different perspectives. Yeah people that come from the legal side and then got these towards engineering. People would come from. They did assign side More to woods through legalese as well as engineering saddened some people will come from the engineering side. Any understand what the legal component than the science components. I've always changes through time. The label kind of stays but the definition of what you really doing. Changes Adopts Yeah. I think that's important and we actually do like the idea of data centrisly understanding date on the role of data at the C. level which means that has visibility at the highest most strategic level there orgainzation traditionally maybe people have thought of as a component of the officers role the technology officers role. So that's really good to hear your perspective on especially at Lincoln so a one of the things people may not be aware of. You know. Obviously one of the things. We're going to try to do it this. Data's trying to get more insights and and use data to train systems for machine learning to apply to a wide range of applications. And so you know. Lincoln in particular uses a in many ways that maybe perhaps users may not be aware of on a daily basis. So can you give us some sort of insights and outline of the many different ways that linked in is applying? Ai and how it's enhancing the user experience so we leverage ai at Lincoln always in the context of our vision of using us to create economic opportunity for every member of the global workforce and within that space we described as being the oxygen for Linton. It's embedded just about everywhere you think about creating economic opportunity at the scale that want to create it. We have roughly six hundred seventy five million members on the platform. There's roughly nowadays. I'm not too sure. How many jobs anymore but As well doing that match between that big of a set of individuals and that big of a set of jobs you need to have tools you need to have a to allow it to be personalized to be good on that level so you have a lot of things that we do is to making sure that hold that information is personalized to make individuals chronicled smarter and enable them to do their work better but that did not flooded with the noise it could be in the patron. That's on the visual. Side is also very big pot which is Behind the scene for example we do. Now he'd be testing platform the way that we see it out how to root out traffic to all this end to these access points turntable. Speedy delivery experienced members was simple things of simple uncomplicated. Things Anomaly detection services would something is different than what? We focused sweetie just about everywhere.
"igor" Discussed on X96
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Trial for Giuliani associates slips until after election
"A federal judge has postponed the trial of two Soviet born businessman who helped Rudy guiliani dig up dirt in Ukraine as NPR's Ryan Lucas reports the decision comes at the request of prosecutors and defense attorneys in light of Kobe at nineteen the two guiliani associates are left part Austin Igor Froman they were indicted in October in New York for alleged campaign finance crimes unrelated to their work for Giuliani part Austin Freeman and two other men were scheduled to go on trial in October but this week prosecutors and defense attorneys requested that that be delayed the government said the corona virus pandemic has made it difficult to interview witnesses or for the grand jury to meet and that has pushed back the prosecutors timeline for bringing more charges in the case now the presiding judge J. Paul Okon has granted the party's request for a delay and has rescheduled the trial for the first of
Nikita Dragun Doubles Down on Victorias Secret & Talks Rapper Admirer
"Don't know if you remember this whole beef between Dragon. And Victoria's secret when Victoria secret's CMO said. There is no room for transgender model along those lines because transgender. They're trying to sell a fantasy first of all honey. You haven't been online dating kind of you would know that. Trans is and has always been a fantasy. This woman was not fighting for anything of inclusion and I was so proud to have her here. Please welcome someone who has changed the lingerie game. Forever Nikita Dragon. Who are you MAKINA legal real name? Okay first and foremost let me start off by saying you have the clapback of the year. That's why you're here. Yeah but when I dug deeper into your story. It's actually very interesting. So before we get to the clapback of them century. I want to start off with you. You are from Mexican in Viet Bac Mexican via background which to me seems to the most traditional backgrounds ever solid in their ways. Let me to say so. How did you live in? Come out as a trans person to two of the craziest backgrounds. I was very fortunate. I came in a very Big Entitlement family and I think ultimately my parents just wanted to see me really happy and for a while I was really content. Just being a boy I was a gateway for eighteen years of my life. Unfortunately I'm like oh no one those those I was I was really content. I came up pretty early on and I was just okay for a really long time and I had everything set up for me I had. I was living in Virginia at the time. That's where I grew up in a military family as well also not only multicultural but my parents are both from military backgrounds of both the military still to this day And it was really weird. It was really really weird. There was no gay person in my family. You know how to to talk about an uncle. Who are Ya maybe did marry a girl and maybe have some kids that you know. We don't know on the love but in my family absolutely no percent. Maho bloodline in the Dragon. Blood Line of being queer anything and I was openly gay and I was cool with that but then I just felt this weird moment. I wanted something even more. You know that point when you're just like I'm okay S. Know for sure because there was a point. Obviously I'm a black gay man from South Louisiana so coming out as gay was tough and I didn't know what gay meant so I always thought alike. Boys I must WANNA be girl. At what age did you connect that? This isn't just about being gay. This is something deeper like five. Stacks no I swear on every way everything how because how early what are you in preschool. All your five five kindergarten spiders old. I remember experience like yesterday. I fully believed when I was born that I was a woman. Swear to swan everything I just. Didn't you know obviously when you're young? You're not thinking anything. Truly just thought it was woman my parents let me play with barbies. My parents let me be really feminine. you know. Every time we used to play little video games. Brothers are cry unless I was a girl character. I truly thought I was a woman and it wasn't until I was in preschool. I would dress up with the other girls and I would play dress up. I promise dresses Preschool teacher was really cool shelter her. Yes yes login preschool on a military base you're gonna May Melanie Hainkel But it's crazy because one of the days another teacher team in from a different class and she saw me playing dress up and she was like. What are you doing like yelling at me freaking out on the teacher? This is disgusting. You're you're letting him do this. We need to call his parents. Like going really. It was really traumatic for sure. I think it was just such a crazy moment. I mean your whole world up to that point is just like finding games. You remember that I remember that. So that was the absolute first moment when I was there something different about me and I need to hide it. Who was the first person you told? Was that conversation like that. You are trans because for me. Sam Telling someone that I was gay was a liberating so for you telling someone who you truly were must have been terrifying but liberating who was the first person to trust it. I I had a really weird moment because for me the first time I ever even said it allowed was online up until that point. I was in biggest denial phase. I was like no. I'm just a super hyper feminine gay man and I was like okay with that but when I moved out here too late three years ago and started to Mike Transference and starting to the first person I've ever met with Trans but it was here And just really getting involved in that world. I just cut being so I just didn't want to accept that. Denial Phase I came out to my two best friends in. You came out to one point. Eight million people. Yes what. How does what started Nicole Journey? I turn on the camera and I was looking at the camera. I said I am transgender and I just thought well if I put out online I'm GONNA have to face. It was the first time it ever even spoken out loud. Never even said it in the mirror never even like thought of it. I just was like if I just put it out online. I'm just GONNA have to deal with it and then all of a sudden Viral and I have my aunts uncles calling me my parents or calling me the next. Stay with your mother found out he am from Youtube. Was that by design or did you just feel like if you were honest with a billion people that it would be easier that way than doing one on one. I think I did think it would be easier. I I was just so scared about what everyone would think. I'm that type of person round like I just have to jump into it and that's what I did. I literally just took the believes imbalanced jumped the rage and I mean I never thought it would become viral. I never thought people would yet all of a sudden it just blew up overnight and I was like. Oh my God now. Everyone knows about crazy movie moment for me. It's so funny because I've lived here for eight years in it takes bitches lifetimes to become snatched in you snatched it up in three mother Mir's hot. Did that transition happen. Like what was the process much money? 'cause you look expensive expensive all the time a walking investment for shore for me. I just am very goal oriented. I'm like if I see something that I want. If there's something that I wanNa do do it and I was just super determined. I mean a lot of people really were on me for transitioning as fast as they did. It took me about a year to fully transition. I just hit the ground running. I started taking hormones. And then I was like booking my appointment doing this. I've never had a sugar daddy. I've never had someone hate for anything of Mine My parents. I don't come from money background. I did everything on my own. I was going to college at the same time so it was a broke college kids or as paying my way through school on top of all that and I was also doing youtube and everything and I was living in a two bedroom apartment with four roommates and I just was so determined did didn't matter how I did it. Or how hostile? But I really wanted to do it. Differently. I came here meeting the Most Beautiful Trans Women and it release added me that so many trends girls were so beautiful wearing Lubaton out with you know all sorts of guys and being treated. Scotus says they would have to resort to sex work in order to get the money to pay for procedures and although I do not judge anyone I wasn't for it wasn't for me and I I never wanted a man or anyone to say. Oh I paid for that. Were paid for her. So I do some nasty Bahrain with. I'll do some nasty for fear town. I've definitely had some crazy offers in my day of being here and the craziest why not of course the how every ethnic everything starts out. 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"igor" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Dot com and follow him on Twitter at mark Igor's marketed the book at more now today than ever I think right yeah yeah these this interesting case there was a a guy who flew to Palm Beach county and he he had it a past a test pending the coronavirus and didn't tell anybody and it looks like he did have it by the way looking down the road on this and now jet blue says they are banning him for the rest of his life and fly on their airplanes end the sheriff of Palm Beach is saying we're going to find out if we can charge this guy with a crime what are your thoughts on well I like widget below is done right your learning will pass is they want to come on and they don't want him on his flight if you know what it will only on negligent and reckless R. but I don't believe they're getting the clothes that she hold on let me put a prosecutor not directly the first thing is they say well look at those lists are all right that you can't pass along to others intentionally withhold Daniel yet or it's early turn green right mmhm coronavirus or threat that why it came equipped with this law school became an ever giving me points for every issue I started to try to get away I would say if somebody died that's it I thought of him being on that plane in the car with someone else I would choose a non slaughter and again this is the third we use the spotlight state transaction which was intentional it claimed she only created a risk for others one day he did not care about meaning it was only the first vehicle to him or his willful and wanton disregard of human life one of the selected in the death of somebody who would not be the strong because even I don't excellent a point as mothers we can be like that in the plus for that one now I think you're right I mean I yeah well look I I I agree with you you it's a region's a stretch and maybe the legislature who knows how far this thing goes you they have to take this up probably not I mean hopefully we're not gonna do with this for a long period of time but man let me calculate your account please yes it won't ever happen first of all just factually so full you know with certainty that a high tech so that's a whole nother thing all the staff conditionally translating hi okay he gave a quote generals generals about what it would be minimal she was positive for the call by a few trucks will not point to the question how do you know who the people got it from him I get a lot of sense or anything folks across his right people on the plane couldn't land profile yeah if they also could write in speaking out going right down here on the judge literally what I only case out yeah just not enough we get sexual content you know yep they would anybody else this person what they did today and the way I want I don't know well I got my client within a couple of days and I didn't lose perhaps this is what requires I don't know how you cook no you don't of note the next opponent in the worst and the best that we can do is is you know if if you're if you're the the up of the privilege of blow put his picture out there is a this is awesome whoo did the not only it was one of the building yes the college you get your policy out there the well what when explaining why he thinks there may be a slightly all five to get proper could afford being one of our world I saw what was coming up you don't think that they all right right click on yes you did you could say that excellent point there Mr of Mr counselor what you can to find out what you can find out more about mark it it speak to mark dot com that speak to market dot com thanks Michael talk to next week's it added you have to leave it to buy is a man he's got a look at our supporters in the world to become the first franchise.
Benn Gets 3 Goals As Dallas Stars Beat Hurricanes 4-1
"NHL Tuesday lightning struck the penguins to one in overtime for their eighth straight victory on a gorgeous goal one hundred that's unless he made thirty five saves Tampa Bay has not only one eight of eight in a row they've won twenty of the last twenty three dating back to just before Christmas they're not just a point behind Boston for the best record in the league stars dazzled the hurricanes for one Jamie Benn with a hat trick Rangers ground of the jets for one two goals for Chris Kreider forty two saves or eager Igor's
Tracking The Money Race Behind The Presidential Campaign
"What David we are heading into what's going to be a by all accounts an extremely expensive general election the FCC has basically been paralyzed since last summer they lost the minimum number of commissioners they lost their quorum effectively means they can't authorize new investigations or impose penalties so that's a really serious thing as we look at the twenty twenty presidential race it's it this particular story was uncovered but are there a lot of others situations that might be slipping through the cracks right now absolutely I mean it really actually came down to some watch dogs not government itself but some elections watch dogs who noticed the contribution wondered who global energy producers was this anonymous LOC traced it back to life partners in Igor Freeman didn't find a foot print for them in English language press but found them in Russian language Ukrainian news art of wow and ran them through Google translate and that's really what we know about these
'Take Her Out.' In New Recording, Trump Heard Discussing Firing Ambassador To Ukraine
"President trump says he has the right to fire envoys response to a recording of him giving orders two years ago to dismiss the ambassador to Ukraine CBS's we judge a new cell phone video obtained by CBS news captures president trump better private dinner party in April twenty eighteen at his Washington hotel place cards reveal he and his son don junior were seated at the center of the table across from me Igor freemen and left harness queue now indicted associates of Rudy Giuliani Mr trump is heard ordering Marie have on average be fired the former ambassador to Ukraine
"igor" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"And I'm so well hello I like he called me in a good body navy's coach again is that can walk a new model of mi O. Modelo all kind I was so you said you say that also enable the Milwaukee Bucks ID say his name Yanis on time the combo you were always the one that he paid a big box about the goalie the Rangers just called up the his here's a look at the two star skip regular words he struggles with for a minute load all I do every year your member's name he Igor Chester can now have pretty good and by the way he starting in goal tomorrow whenever Clinton this as a backup I got to this whole thing is fascinating or the treating Georgie off the not treating long quiz they can't so what's happening what's the plan for you mention is gonna start tomorrow nine along with his been under the weather but I don't think you call him off because Hendrix under the weather so keep an eye on this he was pretty good at heart prospect as one point nine three is goals against average that's good may I give you a fast breaking hockey New Zealanders program is what makes part of your greatness the net the played the night we've got out the seven o'clock liver explained well he's not back to back show known anything was the set loose we we think I played every other day the other guy was a black blazer the worst part of the counselors when you watch him closely fifteen minutes against Toronto guy gets all excited these I feel so bad I do I actually feel bad for you bro thank you goodnight expectations that's what it was five in our own looking to.
"igor" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Right before our eyes the book is guns down by Igor just a quick reminder revenue by gas is called the science revolution with Tom Harmon the insect apocalypse and forever chemicals and geeky science and if you're stressed out we got something for you and fox news thanks liberals are causing California fires and jump fighting the wind in Berkeley be any natural it is all kinds of great stuff in this week's podcast you could check out it's free it's you know through the apple or wherever you get your podcast and your cute little box here from much hope all my goodness okay speak here surprises Florida's the First Lady of the United States melania trump was introduced to a group of high school students at one of her be best things which just doesn't make sense but in any case and here's how it played out ideology I'll let you decide how you think it went for her it is you the first in the blues just one she's just coming up on stage now who's this is a lot of the forest to the this is nine and she's waiting to people and.
"igor" Discussed on Broken Record
"Exhaust Folks Oh so good my favorite part is the again the breakdown with the Little Hook on a loud apps and then the beat the new beat dropping after it it's just like living in a breathe a lot on this album yeah good my at like recording like asthma flares up randomly so a lot of the things like I would actually breathe on and then when I was like fuck it I'm GonNa just breathe on a lot so eager steam I think this one breathe on new magic wand in the woods good like I just made it a thing but that song it's like the epitome of like I was in a relaxed that was in a room mask off section is incredible bro with Iraq but it's still has the harmonies under its own favorite so gosh it's also feels like a vulnerable lyric in the context of this Osama doesn't feel like that at all all yeah it's very like gets like real like feels like cooking song fit like running out it's like is is just some thought like doesn't have me until that part it's like oh no this song about something like it's it's like your your spine of the my voice yeah emotional death and completely unexpected and put the report the vocals from the first part under that just so oh those vocals have meaning to him to it's all related how do you decide to do the fake out ending Eh stop them a little break down extra piece it just needed I just wanted a movement I just want some movement and I wanted to just have the the roads just by itself so good and I was like I just bring the snaps here and then 'cause I wanted to die before those drums amen so fucking hard really interesting arrangement like just the order of events that happened in the Bartlett's magic every fives it's something new even the car sound that just goes through it here Nares like I dunno a little little kinks fan I like we'll be back with more rick conversation with tyler the Creator after the break this is Justin Richmond host and producer broken record if you like me you're not always paying attention to your bank account balance maybe on vacation maybe a couple of extra bills came in your car broke down and then you see you're about to be over drawn and too late so you end up spending thirty seven dollars on a cup of coffee thanks to the bank fees well then like me you'll love the day that it puts an end to overdraft fees for David the number one budgeting avenue America because it saves you from overdraft fees tells you about upcoming bills and can advance you seventy five dollars from your next paycheck with no credit check and no interest get the Dave APP and for just one dollars a month that's twelve dollars a year which is way less overdraft all the way and you'll never have to they won't again they will help you budget upcoming expenses texts youth you've been spending too much and if you need cash fast Vince you seventy five dollars in just ninety seconds Mark Cuban is an investor and Dave because he got crushed overdraft fees in his twenties and he doesn't want you to ever pay another overdrafted again three million people already day to save up to one thousand dollars a year in overdraft fees that's why it's the number one budget APP in the APP store Dave Dot com slash broken and really helps the show if you let them know you heard about them from us then download Dave and never pay another overdraft fee again it's immediate savings go now dave dot COM lasts broken spelled just like it sounds d. e. 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We're back with more ricks conversation with tyler the Creator in the current live show do you play do you mix songs with the new Song Dart with the majority of this album outfit wig in a suit and stuff and then switching to reicher regular clothes for older stuff would you like flower boy cherry normal stuff I see and then I do like two other songs from this album at the end it's a weird it's figure notable but I don't I haven't figured out yet how to perfect how to do both because I don't WanNa wear a wig in a suit when I'm doing shit from three albums ago you know unless you're gonNA also don't want to do only the new album unless you change the way you do the old material to suit the new start Oh yeah and I've thought of that and I'm like but this guy world that I've built with this character I wanna say the music doesn't match the shoes I'm wearing so I was like our audition but how would the character cover those songs if he was an artist and he wanted it'll it will take it would take away from those as I don't want to you English shows were like they're kind of performing the Song I love but they want to be too creative so oh they're singing it acapella would be Alabama one guitar note it's really fun listening to this I love this I will miss good it's fucking good it's also a first album where I'm like really by go people we like hey albums great I know thank you I a- and it's not an ego thing it's like I'm so proud of it if I put in so much effort and I love it and I know that it's good can have the same relationship to flower boy now I think flower boy is good and it's my best work thus far just because it's easy listen but it's so it's not born is is Kinda tame to me and to to good yeah it's like of course you're going to like it it's nothing abrasive it's not into weird about it I see is good songs and stuff but I still feel like some of that stuff is a little knee sure yeah a little bit just did you feel it at the time or not not the time a little bit like I was happy people loved it and stuff by it was missing a lot of little things like it was makes to clean and not in a bad way yes it's supposed that I'm supposed to be sound crisp and clean but like it was missing my little tanks that I'm like itching do and I had to pull back and restrain my self because this is what the album was supposed to be I love cinnamon but you can't put it on your Spaghetti yes you know yeah so made that and because of that thing that's why made ebor because I was itching for I need this I need distortion and wing base in pitching fuck this is gonNA come out of nowhere all fucking chain put eighteen bridges on one side like I needed that but still has some of the musical growth that we I saw flower boy yea it's because you don't you don't go to breath you don't leave la and go to New York and go back to La with no knowledge no now you know how to wear jacket because it was cold as fuck out Air Yeah and now you apply that whenever you gotta go jacket shopping because you went to New York and they'll how to wear conjecture guess so just because you know just because I no foul boy super clean doesn't mean that I can't get dirty and crash a car into a fucking building it's just that now I kind of know which car crash into a building site on that great.
"igor" Discussed on Broken Record
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"igor" Discussed on Broken Record
"igor" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"igor" Discussed on Super Station 101
"A good oh well that's what i just by my wish that you're watching tv again yeah i'm do show research on show resurgents alan out the boast when i was younger igor in the most from this guy over ernie goal yukon cornelia masic as know how much i like him oh yeah all right so i want to go through this report though and then i wanna talk about how to create a retirement income and then were also going to touch on that promise no we told people the five w's of bad investing okay and thomas you're going to play devil's advocate you're going to do the four who me ta short sounds going to ask me do what win y wear and how everything we talk about because i think it's important you know it's one thing to read about something or to hear about somebody that did something successful and many times to make it look very very easy uh you ever watch the olympics oh sure these guys on the snowboard's that are like final round the mellon crazy yeah i'd only want to touch a snow with my foot natwest fly over the place like that 'cause you do in order for them to pull off some of these once you see and that's what i call him stunt some of these x game type of activity they had a fall bunch of times load out yeah and they had a keep getting up and trying again so would you rather learned from your mistakes were warned from my successes exactly question obviously from somebody else is excesses of possible i tried snowboard one time i'll stick to skis and i've said this for years and years the isn't people have copied it now and i've heard it over and of course i copied from einstein my but it short it's six mart people weren't from their mistakes with geniuses warned from other people's miette have heard that well why not be a super genius and warren from someone success is not mistake there you go from a stakes where we can learn from smart people he does highway so i would rather mimic or copy someone who's successful then try to do something different the from someone who wasn't success nonaka nicholas there's a bunch of dough when.
"igor" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"igor" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
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