32 Burst results for "Intil"

The Year In Hip-Hop (So Far)

Rolling Stone Music Now

02:24 min | 7 months ago

The Year In Hip-Hop (So Far)

"You're going to talk about the year in hip hop so far. Were actually half way in to the year so we can look back. We already ran a list overall of the best albums of twenty twenty one so far but it seemed like a good time to look back just at rap stuff. Macher for you specifically. Maybe we should start with your two picks. Your personal picks for song of the summer sure. Yeah and interestingly enough. The songs that have really started to define my season is getting out a little bit more feeling a little bit safer to be out in the world those two songs. I'm hearing the most and hearing the most excitement. Abou- have actually been out since october their essence by whiz kid featuring thames who is A lot of folks newt know whiz kid as sort of afropop star from nigeria. Thames is the burgeoning star from nigeria. As well other song is quicksand by marais who is from north carolina stern driving around more hearing them on the radio and seeing debates on twitter about dj's not playing essence at parties as much as they should and both of them are really capturing sort of the levity that comeback for some people you know. Yeah i saw a dj saying that in three months people were going to be saying like can you please stop playing essence. Because he's playing it so much so it's definitely it's definitely out there. I mean what is it about those those two songs for your well with essence i think it s body right like it's laid back it has afro-caribbean feel to it feels very summary intil. Quicksand is a little bit more uptempo. It's fun but it has these guitars. That have the summary field and marais is like singing rapping in this really interesting cadence and has a really strong beautiful voice and it's just a really cool ballot of storytelling and whenever i'm at cookouts are at parties kickbacks like those are the songs i know want to hear

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Neil Youngs Lost Classics

Rolling Stone Music Now

01:59 min | 10 months ago

Neil Youngs Lost Classics

"It's neil young's archives volume two thousand nine hundred seventy two two nine hundred seventy six. We have with us ed martos. Andy greene rob sheffield and david brown to talk about this box. Set andy maybe set us up with both the significance of neil young's archives as a thing. Judging by this rate. I guess he is about ten more archives at least to go and then also just this incredible period. I think this is one of my personal one of my favorite periods by any artist. Ever so they have a box focusing on. It is pretty dreamlike. But andy go. It's a really amazing thing. 'cause back in the eighties. He started talking about archives of box sets and it was every interview he gave for years. But he didn't put it out intil. Two thousand seven endows the start of his career through harvest which is great stuff but my favorite period is the mid seventies and this is the period when he wrote songs at a psychotic rate. He wrote songs so fast that there are many albums that he shelved completely and he finally did the seventy two to seventy six. It's ten cds. There sixty three songs had never been heard before which is astounding because skied an album. Or two for your back than antes released the time since then. So this is the mother load of sort of the four best years maybe of his career at a songwriter. And when you think of it being the best four years of one of the best players of all time you start to grasp the significance of this project rob. Maybe you can explain. I presume you agree that this was certainly a peak period enough to agree that peak period for neil. What's great about this period for you of new young. Well this is a period. Where he what is most oft quoted lines ever where he got tired of the middle of the road and he headed for the ditch

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"intil" Discussed on Túnel de vento

Túnel de vento

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"intil" Discussed on Túnel de vento

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Interview With Dr. Laura Huang

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

04:54 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Dr. Laura Huang

"My wife is retired banker and She reads different things than i do. I'm going to pastor seminary professor and we tend to have this morning routine where we get our coffee and we go to respective wings of the house and we just start going through the news. One day in january. My wife comes to me which he never does and she shoves this article in front of me from the harvard business school. That's hard work isn't enough how to find your edge. And she says you need to get lower wong edged turning adversity into need to get on your podcast and this is coming from a spouse who never to my podcast. And so i go. This is unusual. And i read the article and let me tell you i was fascinated. My guest today is dr laura wong. She is an associate professor at the harvard. Business school before that she was assistant professor at University of pennsylvania's wharton business school. I am so delighted that we're actually having this conversation. I scored major points with my wife. Will i have your wife to think. Then here i was thinking that you wanted me on your podcast but thank you tour. Well i didn't know about you. let your book. But i teach leadership i'm entrepreneurial we're recording this in september while this ongoing pandemic and shutdown is going on and my wife and i one of the conversations we do have is. We're trying to kind of understand how different groups and individuals can thrive going forward. And i think that's what really caught her attention in this. That's one of the lessons. We've been married almost forty years. And i learned that listen very early. So who did you write this book for and why did you. Yeah i actually. I actually didn't intend to write this book. I mean it wasn't one of the things i mean in the back of my mind i was like. Oh maybe someday. I'll write a book but it wasn't actually something that i consciously thought about intil. Because i had been doing research for a really long time unsettling studying like disadvantage inequality and people who are underestimated. And i had been presenting a lot of this research. And i'm kept coming up to people coming up to me and saying you know like this is sort of. What can we do about this right because a lot of my research is is a little bit depressed right. He's like talk about disparity disadvantages. And how people have an how there's all this inequality bias in the workplace and entrepreneurship and just sort of been lies and so people would say like. Hey will this is depressing. What do we do about this and you know. How do we sort of level the playing deals and the thing is all the solutions that i that that that were out there that that i knew about from from research were all these sort of structural solution the system level solutions things. What i what. I mean by that is like you know. Let's have more nerdy critic. Hiring practice or west diversified the top management teams or have more diversity in terms of who gets to be mentors and and so it was like all these solutions where we had this sort of wait around for things to change right for the for the for the structures insistence more meritocratic so it was found that it like leaving people frustrated still because there were these outside in solutions of there were a lot of things that individuals could do as they were waiting around for for things to get better as they were waiting around for things to get more meritocratic and so the last couple of years of my research has been has has all been around like what can individuals do to sort of slip things for themselves to to empower themselves so that they can turn the perceptions stereotypes and the bias that have about them how they could flip them in their favor and create their own edge. And so that's really ridley. The thought behind this book came from and then as writing it was really very much more. I mean i kept thinking about you know people who do people who have sort of gotten to shutdown over and over and over again and people who just keep putting in the hard work by me because we've been taught from a young age like we're work hard work hard moving working hard but yet for whatever reason they're frustrated because they're hard work isn't leading them to the success in outcome that they were promised that they thought that they would achieve. And so how do we actually make our hardware requirements for us. Recognizing that accepts outcomes aren't really about hard work level there about the perceptions in signals in stereotypes of others. While

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Why Does the Hellbender Salamander Need Our Help?

BrainStuff

03:42 min | 1 year ago

Why Does the Hellbender Salamander Need Our Help?

"Lauren Vogel here. A remote freshwater streams somewhere in the eastern United States the waters cool. There's a reasonably fast current, and the bottom is littered with big flat. Rocks sounds peaceful, doesn't it? What you're imagining is a perfect environment for trout, and for something else to every so often anglers who cast their lines in such places wind up catching North America's biggest salamander. This thing leaves an impression specimens measuring twenty nine inches long. That's seventy three centimeters have been documented and the beefy EST adults way forty five pounds. That's about two to two and a half kilos. These four legged amphibians have compressed heads and torsos, meaning that judging by outward appearance. It thinks someone had squished these critters flat with a rolling pin. Another key attribute is there brown to Greyish skin which hangs noticeably loose around their flanks. Early settlers didn't know what to make of. These guys baffled by their appearance. Some folks began calling them that offers devil dogs or mud devils. The species would receive. Scientific name crypto branches allegany intil eighteen. Oh! But nowadays most people know this strange salamander. The Hell Bender. Hell benders are divided into two sub species northern Arkansas and southern Missouri are the home of the endangered ozark. Hell Bender the eastern hell. Bender has a broader distribution having spread itself across the Great Appalachian region and parts of the Midwest. Though sadly, it also got conservationists worried. Some Amphibians are equally at home on land and in the water, but hell benders are more or less totally aquatic. Their skin absorbs oxygen, pulling it straight out of the water that leaves Hell Benders at the mercy of pollutants and excess silt runoff dumped into their streams by forest. Clearing projects sure doesn't help. One report published in two thousand seven by the US. Fish and Wildlife Service estimated that the ozark hell bender will become functionally extinct by the year twenty, twenty six in less protective measures are taken. As Twenty nineteen. It was still classified as endangered by the US fish and Wildlife Service which said that in some good news, most populations of the hell bender. Endanger of extinction and therefore do not warrant listing under the endangered species, act. To help boost populations of the ozark hell bender. The Saint Louis Zoo teamed up with the Missouri Department of Conservation and established a successful breeding program in twenty eleven. And just last year Pennsylvania reading awareness about this wonderful species by naming the eastern Hell Bender it's official State Amphibian. Maybe such efforts will improve the Salamanders PR. There's a pervasive belief that the hell bender has venomous bite, but this is untrue. The Hell Bender wheeled no venom and spite rumors to the contrary. The Infineon's do not hurt game fish populations. crawfish make up over ninety percent of the hell. Benders Diet, other potential prey items include tadpoles, smaller, Salamanders and small fish. The creatures are most active at night. They spend their days taking refuge under submerged logs or stream bottom rocks,

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What's the Most Expensive Book in the World?

BrainStuff

03:51 min | 1 year ago

What's the Most Expensive Book in the World?

"These days with printing and digital technologies being. What they are books can be very affordable. But when you get into collector territory prices can be astounding. Today's question is what is the most expensive book in the World Abraham Stuff? It's me person Sagar. Sometimes I like to imagine that long after I'm dead. A wealthy philanthropist is going to buy my diary for millions of dollars in lend it to museums across the planet. Then everyone would finally know the answer to today's question. What is the most expensive book in the world? Something by William Shakespeare the Neck Renamo con twilight new moon. Well it all depends on if the book is printed or if it's handwritten if we're talking books that have had multiple copies printed and the answer is the Bay Psalm. Book which sold for more than fourteen million dollars in November of two thousand thirteen it was originally printed by Puritans in Cambridge Massachusetts in sixteen forty seeking religious freedom. These settlers wanted their own translation of the Old Testament. Today there are only eleven copies remaining and it is considered the first book printed in America but if we include one of a kind handwritten texts than the Bay Psalm. Book isn't even worth half the value of the most expensive book ever sold. That title goes to Leonardo DAVINCI'S CODEX Leicester which sold for thirty point. Eight million dollars in nineteen ninety four to a little known computer programmer by the name of Bill Gates. Adjust that amount for inflation and today the Codex is almost worth fifty million dollars. In fact. That's forty nine million. Five Hundred Twenty eight thousand five hundred. Sixty one dollars and forty cents. If you WANNA be technical it's an unbound seventy two page notebook filled with Davinci's drawings and thoughts mainly about how to move water yet. The most expensive book in the world is basically a plumbing manual more on that in a minute. A lot of DAVINCI's writing was lost to history. Almost half of it. In fact so the Codex. Leicester is mainly important because it's a single collection of his focused ideas. The Codex is written like many of Davinci's works in something called mirror hand. All the letters are reversed and it's written from right to left so the only way you can read it when it's held up to a mirror and you probably need a fluency in antiquated Italian as well. So it's a book about water that's written backwards to be fair. That's oversimplifying things a bit. It's primarily about how astronomy and geology relate to water. Considering the functionality of tides eddies and dams really Davinci was trying to figure out how to harness the power of moving water he demonstrates how pressure increases with theft in a fluid and the Codex examines configurations of siphons and differently shaped pipes. He's particularly interested in the fluid mechanics of how water moves around obstacles. This manuscript was first purchased in seventeen. Seventeen by a guy named Thomas Coke who later became the earl of Leicester Hence the title Codex Leicester But in one thousand nine hundred eighty an art collector named Armand Hammer bought it changing. Its name to the more bad ass Codex Hammer. This only lasted fourteen years. Though intil gates bought it and changed back then he made it into a screensaver for windows. Ninety five actually gate seems genuinely inspired by Davinci's example of pushing themselves to find more knowledge. He's even loaned the book to a number of museums years so it be viewed and studied by the public. So that's the most expensive book

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Daniel Kehlmann: Tyll

Bookworm

04:51 min | 1 year ago

Daniel Kehlmann: Tyll

"Every once in awhile I come upon a writer who excites me so much that even more than usual. My enthusiasm is entire. That is the case with the book this week. Till by the writer. Daniel Kellerman K. E. H. L. M. A. N. N. and I'm spelling till is Spelt T. Y. L. L. The book is named for the folkloric. Famous gesture kill even Spiegel. Who is the King of Pranksters? He is sometimes like a Shakespearean for but sometimes function is to provoke violence and disparate disagreement among his audiences. Is this the role that you hope to fill Daniel You mean that I want to fill as a writer. You mean that I was hoping for till two to fill in the book both I think. Yes both definitely. There's old trope. That literature is something that's enlightening and makes people better and makes people better human beings and teach them things and that's all true but it's also there is also the other side of literature that it can be something Dark and frightening and confusing and a good way and I think till stints for that and I think as a writer you should not lose touch to that initial original darkness of the literary art form. This book is set during the Thirty Years War in the seventeenth century till as a traveling entertainer but he is also a singer and dancer and in learning to walk the tightrope. He does what I think you do as a writer living just a step ahead of the inevitable for failure dogs till and he learns to walk the tightrope step by step ahead of the failure of falling in this book and in the one that precedes. By the way you should have left. You are giving the reader a chance to experience healthy and exciting bafflement intil. It's caused between the chapters. There are jumps in time that force us to understand that. We've fallen that. The political circumstances during the thirty years war have changed and here we are in a new chapter and the smell in the battlefield of ordure and all of the soldiers excrement greets us at the beginning of chapter and we are told also prior that around a castle. All of the excrement that's been tossed from its windows. Provide a motive NYC substance. Now Tell me how did this book become this exploration of living in excrement what you find out when you look into life in that period called early Bader not and in in in the seventeenth century you just find out Hygiene really was something that only came into being in the eighteenth century as one of the products of enlightenment and before that we had a world without hygiene and then of course. That's what you do as a writer. You do not only research you also have to liberty to imagine what does that actually mean and So I of course I couldn't help myself sending my imagination into also that part of life. What does it mean when you have an army of one hundred thousand people? What would that be in terms of hygiene and I? I can't say that was the most enjoyable part of writing but also I felt like it's an important part of truth. It's very hard to. Yes right about smell but I felt like I needed right smell into the book a lot.

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"intil" Discussed on Mouse and Weens

Mouse and Weens

15:12 min | 2 years ago

"intil" Discussed on Mouse and Weens

"Website, ISD, podcasts dot com. Check out our friends podcast. She looks at the ceiling little dog with her nose up. Okay. Scoops. All right. So here's our topic for the day, folks newbie. We. Scooby soupy, we had a listener right in, and they wondered if we ever fight. Oh, being sisters siblings. How is it that we can get along so well, are there, tips and tricks for kids to get along for siblings to get along? And I don't know. Yeah. What are some of the fights, we've gotten into over the years? So do you wanna start with anything or want? I remember where you jumped on me 'cause they stole your purse, really a new jumped on me. And then how old were to grab it back. This must have been twelve or thirteen I was maybe those eleven twelve and we're three and a half years for years. Here's my elder, and I'm older millennial. No, I'm just old straight up, but you I. Looked at my arm. I felt as burning sensation. Mid looked at my arm, and there was a huge pink scratch, but it wasn't really bleeding. It was just that pink with the red dots under lake something, percolating. And then you took your nail and he pulled out this accordion string piece of skin that I remember that is over a pen. You tow him of mine. Oh, thank. I remember it. I know. But it's weird because these moments you remember. I remember we were standing in my room right now. My bedroom in the doorway. Yeah, I was on the inside new relate heading out the how it's done me on the bed, or something that I remember some sort of pouncing. But what was the you just? But you kinda little punk he would just come in and take stuff and I like it. I don't know. Do you remember? No feeling that way. I remember I would climb out of mom and dad's window because you had locked at your room. He put it padlock on it. Yeah. And I wanted to borrow your clothes because I needed some cool black closed-door have any, I was odd. You Remond trying to probably be like you. Of course, it was trying to be like, you, everything was, was modeling y though, I was a dork. I know. But I didn't have any, you know. No, I mean. I know you were great. But I would climb out, mom and dad's window on the roof. This little sneaky of what did they call it up and terro Rosa Pink Panther crawling across from on the tiles of the roof to the your bedroom. Sneak in your window, and it's still borrow. I know you had a real, nice vest. I did that had rate like sparkly paisley green swirls screen swirls, shiny would love that one. I know that was the height of the Depeche mode era. Depress mod, but you'd also take money, and the now in return close, and they would have cigarette burns in them and like be all messy and torn if starry got them back at all. It was of your Kanchi. We went through three locks on my door 'cause you kept breaking Mogok trying to get in. I know I was bad. Well, just like rules didn't apply to you. Like, for some reason, you were just like above it all. And that used to piss me off because I was rule follower the rule follower. Yeah. And there's a way to, to get around the rules if you have to I was just trying to show you the ways, but you're like, no, so I would just get like, yeah, it was just frustrating. Just frustrating. And you wouldn't listen to anybody you were just going to do what you wanna do. Wow. I wonder was that just have been told that from boyfriends go do it because you're gonna do it anyway. But I wonder where that came from do you remember the mindset of being that way like one knows I always consider myself kind of sensitive like sad person or really. Yeah. My own perception, myself is that kind of meek and shy and really courteous, and oh my gosh. And I was totally not. So I must have this vision that is much more weak than. But then I was yeah. I just my impression view has always been just like walk into room. And hey, everybody, and tall, and commanding attention and funny, and fun and just energy. And you know, and then combat boots and like flashy clothes, and, and walking in and just commanding attention. Yeah. That's my perception view. Isn't it? Funny. So high school on an I just felt like I didn't fit in anywhere. And that that's funny. But you're kinda just like is all bullshit. And you kind of felt like to me, it seemed like you felt like the world. Owes you something you're like fuck the man. You're very like punk you know, that must have been just from hanging out with punk rock people. Yes. But you didn't really feel. It's hard. Shot by. Well, I guess I felt hurt my people, but then that probably was the group, I fell in with, because you're feeling like outsiders, so you fell in with the punky people. Yeah, whatever or I just didn't have a group to hang with and that became the group and then everything you start adapting the language inning. That's weird. So what was your perception me? I was just like the jerky. Big sister, who's keeping you down and telling you what to do or not letting you in the group of friends or. Yeah. I don't remember a lot except that I think he just seem like you're doing your own thing. And he didn't want anything to do with me. I was probably sad because I didn't like you know, you were the one I followed around for over an suddenly getting the. It was tough. It was like, well, we're best little Betty's growing up. I think. Right. Well, we lived on the farm for a while. Yeah. We had a ranch house, and we always had close living quarters, because we didn't have any money growing up. And I mean, mom and dad always made it nice mom, especially issues. Always like taking our little places making pretty. Yeah. Yeah. Taking a little used clothes in iron Ingham. Remember felt like we had no money, right? Right. We looked we didn't know intil recently that we didn't have it. Yeah. Same. I thought everybody lived like that. And it was fine. We weren't missing anything, but we always had. Yeah. Like, but we earn rooms always. So it wasn't likely. Yeah. And we had no idea, but bottom line felt like we're always like hanging out together close and growing up where little best friends and running around doing everything together until about guess when hormones junior high years. Well that was also the time you're supposed to push away. Annoying sister. Right. You were senior and it was a freshman. Even for that. I think it was started high school in your whatever junior high was were everything fell apart for me. Wheels came off in jail time off, and like eighth grade was the worst, pine valley present s that was where everything shit hit the fan. But yeah, and I was on dancing, and finding my, it's fine. I mean, what else he's supposed to hang out with your sister, your whole life? I mean, it's just the way to natural pecking order of life, which has happened with your kids yet. They are. Yeah, they were tight and good until about MO the boys are eighteen months apart. So they were too little David ding-dong running around, and just, you know, we call them a tool deemed Tweedle dum, there, be all over the place. And then I think around five or six seven they started really fighting that was when it really hit the fan for them. And I remember it being Kyle. Kind of around the time we got an ipad for the family, and they were fighting over the I Pat all the time and it was like you have to wait your turn. You have to wait your turn. Came about this thing. And I think when they were about nine or ten we finally got the meets their own little ipad. And then that was mine. Craft was big. They started interacting in the same worlds on their own little pets together. And then it was like their team again. And then they got along. And then from there on it's been pretty great. And so it was the sharing I used to always have to buy them each. The same. Yeah. Same color. Same everything. She's closer to the. Hiring my breath. Getting it is getting later. Yeah. It's it was the sharing in the stuff in the rivalry, I guess, so I don't know. We tried to look up, you know, top ten ways to make your kids get along. But it's all the stuff. We know it's like create a nurturing environment. And I don't know. It seemed like bring their parenting at the same time. They might. Yeah. Yeah. In times they just hit each other, right? Yeah. And the boys, wagging other get it all out, and then they're over, and then, but we would always make them apologize. We made them. And we still do say you have to do a big makeup to your brother. What you did was not. Okay. And so you have to sit down, and look at them and Thome you know, you're really sorry, and you didn't mean it. And yeah, so we make a big point of doing an authentic apology in owning it and kind of talking through. And we'll even make them do a. A whole. Not make it's the cat will make them do a. Yeah, a compliment like around and do complements to each other. So that kinda helps in usually they start laughing and or Dave will do humor. He always use humor to make everything. Okay. Again, which I don't know. Is that a crutch that bad to do to, like MO? No. Because I think it brings you out of your otherwise you get stuck in your head. Please angry or sad or whatever. Yeah. Always like brings humor into it, and then they're always better neutral. Right. Yeah. They can get mopey. Start indulging in the reinforce that. Oh you in, then it just turns into right? Your way of getting attention. Attention. Another big fight. Remember we got. No remember the biggest. Yeah. Punch me you. Okay. What was the scene? We came home after school. No one was home rate is just us and I brought a buddy with me Andy shout out to buddy bell and we're doing a project for economics. Remember it was for razzmatazz res- risotto. We had to do a whole advertising campaign like a commercial and all that stuff. And we're working on it and set up our little homework situation in the living room, had our papers all spread out, and we turned on like some music in the background. Let me guess, the cure Depeche mode. Yes. And so we're getting working on our stuff and you came home, and would you do we had one stereo in the house mind? You we had a really nice full stack pioneer took up a whole. Closet. It was a huge one of those old school, people pay a lot of money for now. But really receivers? Oh, yeah. To Banff, and all that cool setup and it had a big tray of six CDs that you could put in push it back in, and then it would rotate 'em. Really yet had the CD around anything. No knows a little like cartridge, right? Six cds. Anyway. So we had a tape, you had a tape, I had a tape, it was a cassette tape. Right. America's apparatus of playing. But what did you do you remember all these details? You said that I came in and no you don't. Yeah. You came in you stopped our music you put in your music, and it was except tape remember that? And I don't know what it was something punk. Like does. Dick, and we're like turn to study and we just wanted like background music. I'm like, what are you doing this? We have the music. And I this is because mom and dad were not home. Yeah. So this is there were no adults. Yeah. And I said, put our music, back in just became this fight. No, you don't own the place. It's my music. I wanna listen to my music now, just for the record, she did not own the place. Cool partners. And I think you just stood by the thing, and we start arguing I was like I got that tape right now. I was like, no. Yeah. And you take out your we're in the laundry room 'cause the closet was right by the garage during the laundry and that's where the big stereo as we're staying there important he was just sitting the living like looking at his hands. Like what do I do? And he should listen to this. And, and call in until his version remembers Andy Cullen. And then, so we're fighting back and forth and then ago ugly, then I think we started jabbing with, like, like you. I remember you think are so great and you're ugly and you this, and you that, and then we were just like picking out one of those like where you're standing and steering it. So we've seen that a million times in bar, fights or whatever they just stand and talk and nobody makes the first move. Listen weans. Well, the move then the tape ended side, a ended and what did she do lean down hit Egypt pulled the cassette tape out flipped it around. Put it back in closed. It hit play on side b how. I'd be will always do side be man. And that's when it was one of those like, look, you in the eye and don't you hit that play? But don't you hit that play? She hit the play button and you know what I hit your nose..

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"intil" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"intil" Discussed on KTRH

"Need to take on the day news in the morning, weather and traffic. This is Houston's morning news with Jimmy Barrett. And a fryer is a seven eighteen year in Houston's warning. There's always find it interesting how people get into certain lines of work, and our next guest, she works for the criminalize sex work. All right. Caitlin bailey. How in the world, did you end up being a spokesperson on this issue that's got to be a story. Hi. Nice to meet your, thanks so much for having me on. Absolutely. I think this is a really important issue. I started I worked in, in sex work. I did. I was a full service escort, it doesn't four t doesn't five and I worked to us shivering here in New York, two thousand eleven to two thousand fifteen and after the passage obsessive foster, I started to see a lot of my friends who are kicked off line and back on the streets. I saw the uptick in arrests and the way that we were covering this issue. So I decided to get involved start telling my story. So what are you proposing exactly in terms of decriminalizing prostitution, I think we need to listen to sex workers and stop the arrest. We need to continue to arrest people that commit kidnapping or rape, or engage in sexual activity with minors, all of that should remain a legal, but we need to stop arresting adults for engaging in consensual sex. Even if there's money involved, one about the human trafficking aspect. We have a huge problem in Texas. That right now, people being slick across the border to work in the sex trade in, in some cases against their will at and sex traffickers want the sex trade to remain a legal, just like bootleggers wanted alcohol tornado beagle, these are people that benefit from the cover of black market. If we stopped arrested consensual adults who are engaged in sex work, if people weren't afraid of being arrested for prostitution reported abuse against them. We could get rid of traffic it in the United States. It's the black market that creates the abuse and the expectation in fact pimps in this country there were no in this country. Intil criminalized prostitution between nineteen hundred nineteen ten. Well the. Long. We've got a long word usage of pimps and Johns and madames and, and, and that sort of thing, right? But Madame hamsters different, right. Like, you know, Pinscher people or traffickers, you know, people that abuse their, their employees, and people that are working for them that we wanna punish right? So if we, you know, if we'd be criminalized sex work rape, and kidnapping is still legal. So if I have no fear of interested for prostitution and somebody abuses me, while I'm engaged in sex work, I report that client the police, which is exactly what happens in New Zealand say decriminalize prostitution and doesn't three. Yeah. Sadly, you're presuming that the internet is has saved happy place to be. And we know that there's a lot of organized crime that manages its way and traffic, his wealth and. I hate to rep you, but I will tell you that if a lot less safe now after the past obsessive pasta. Right. So our federal government, and it's infinite wisdom decided that the best way to combat human trafficking was to get rid of advertising for adult sexual services on the internet, which had the exact opposite effect. Go leave it at that for now. But thanks for joining us. Caitlin Bailey spokeswoman.

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"intil" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"intil" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The loss of the nineteen eighty one five hundred came with a personal price for Mario Andretti as well as he lost a close friend over the controversy for years. Bobby Unser had been one of his best friends. But after the nineteen Eighty-one incident the two barely spoke for nearly thirty seven years. The ice was finally broken in two thousand eighteen and an event at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Museum answer says he's grateful to end ready for the chance to repair the relationship. Didn't talk to each other for a long time. I, I totally didn't talk to him got my feelings hurt a lot. And in we went on a lot of years. You know, we've finally decided to make up last me and he was a better Ford about it was. Speech. Zia one night and Mario came in and in after came in and I, he was there. What the hell he's doing here. I haven't seen him because we for ages, but he came in any brokered being mad. The. O. M. E. It, it made me feel really good. And, and I guess I thought, well, I made other asset of myself for all the years from sixty eight or eighty one in intil last year. Eighteen I mean too much, and in I realized how good a friend, do you was thirty years. More than thirty years. We didn't talk and I think at that was sad. You know he good friend hard to find good friends team. And I think, you know, it always think because shade, but after he came walking up at night in the museum I pay the shape felt like Canadian. It's the stubborn man so time to make up. And we did and in, I am glad I did it. You know he's the one that broke the ice. But that wasn't even the contest. It just made me feel a lot smaller, because, boy, our still I mean really ready to fight have have enough down drag out anything. I didn't like what happens Bobby that? I was.

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"intil" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"intil" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"You cover the guy, I'm just giving you an observation from someone who sees Molin occasionally. I mean, he's he's having fun with it, which is unusual because the the last couple of Georgia coaches have really not had the last couple of Florida coaches, I've really not had much with anything. No, they, you know, must champ was 'traite serious than mcelwain. I mean, it's really wasn't engaging at all. So yeah, I mean and fans in like that about not going at all. So he he didn't make many, you know, friends away he is treated fans in the media in general and at the gator gatherings and all that Dan springs, energy and enthusiasm and some a little bit, you know, swagger for short. He's not even era. Then I mean, he's got a lot of the Spurrier, you know, trash talk to him. He, you know, the the spring game attendance saying I don't know how much he was really behind that. Because we did talk them off in the side. And he acted kind of like didn't even really know what was going on there that was a little bizarre. But I don't know what he's behind his fourteen thousand day thing either. But the fact is it's happening on his watch. And I'm sure he's having fun with it. He he really believes in what he can do. And that's you know, that's powerful. And we have that kind of confidence in your ability. And clearly he's. Excellent play caller. And that goes without saying when we saw last year and he can develop quarterbacks, and that's something to Gators him heading ages here since he was here. Really? Yeah. You're you're with us from the Orlando Sentinel talking about the Gators in and listen, he he told me when I saw two weeks ago Edgar that he he was completely in the dark about the numbers and all the little shots. But but I heard stuff and you've heard stuff he's and I think he'll be on the circuit soon talk and plenty of trash because he knows it plays. Well, and it does play well in intil doesn't and you know, where I'm going here at some point. You do have to be Georgia and the last two years have been less than spectacular. I realized he was only there for one of them. And it wasn't a blowout. It was a close game until a certain point. But as someone who understands the gator roster where are they right now in comparison to Georgia, which is a top four team. Well, yeah. Oh, yes. Yes. Look at their cruising. Paul. I mean, the last two years Georgia signed twelve five star recruits, according to twenty four seven sports the Gators don't even have one on the entire roster, which is unbelievable to thank the Gators. Have find like not twelve they haven't found four five stars urban Meyer left. They're still seven total under must chance, and I think it was five and then two hundred mcelwain. So and Mullen and get one last year last two years. So that's just the disparity on that five stars. And all that it doesn't always matter. Player development is a big part of it. And Dan is shown clearly can do that with what he did at Mississippi State, and they had three first round picks and only one of those guys vilely touted Semons the other two weren't what and Abram. But anyway, the point is I mean, Dan knows how to get the most out of his players at least it looked like it lasts fees..

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"intil" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"intil" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Changes to the country's constitution extending president of Delfa tall CC's rule while giving him unprecedented powers the change which will be subject to a national referendum would cement, his authoritarian. Hold on. The country was expected Egypt's parliament is dominated by cici's loyalists. This is NPR from cake. News. I'm Paul land. Core the California Public utilities commission is raising questions about the recent new slate of PG and E board members Richard Kelly, the former chairman of utilities board and one of three incumbents who remain spoke before the commission yesterday. He was asked how the board chose. It's ten new members half our investors. Kelly said the company needs people with financial expertise on the board to address investors concerns after PG and he's bankruptcy protection. Filing. He spoke to cake. You afterward today was a great opportunity for us to get the message out as to how we did it a what we believe in. And I think we've done a very good job. Not all members of the CPU were so enthusiastic. One Commissioner said they'd hoped to see some new board hires with a background in safety. Oakland city council is set to vote today on a resolution to restore some of the Oakland unified school district's libraries and restorative Justice programs city council president Rebecca Kaplan is calling for a one point two. Two million dollar grant from this year city budget to move to fund the move. But councilmember Dan Cobb says instead, they should wait to take the money out of next year's budget. Our general fund is very tight right now, we won't know yet. Intil are third quarter report comes out second or third week in may as to how much deficit or extra revenue. We have counseled president Kaplan says it's important to get the funding passed quickly so employees who received layoff notices don't lead for other jobs..

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"intil" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:22 min | 3 years ago

"intil" Discussed on KQED Radio

"As having to do is sort of we're but the narrative when the president says sure apply for a Silom just go to a port of entry and do it legally. That's an intuitively appealing sound bite for a lot of people. And they say what's wrong with that? But it's our job to get the narrative out that sometimes the ports of entry can be thousand miles apart. And you're not going to walk with a four year old those thousand miles or a smuggler brings you between the ports of entry. And it's also our job to get the narrative out that at the ports of entry. The government is letting the lines just pile up. I just came back with Tijuana and the families of little children are in the most dangerous squalid conditions and the administration's processing only a handful of close each day instead of sending asylum officers there to process the claims, so Altima. I think rebutting the facts and getting the narrative out in a Uman way. And we're gonna continue turning to the courts the courts, I feel have been a savior. But that can't be the only. Thank you. Silver lining for me is after doing this for fifteen years. I no longer have to take fifteen or twenty minutes to explain to people. What I do. But I think that that speaks to what was referred to that. This was the silver lining is that there was a massive uprising against this policy. And it's the first time in my career that I have seen so many people across the country. Vocalise expression of rejection of an immigration policy based on fundamentally human reasons, you don't have to know immigration law. You don't have to be an international human rights. Attorney to understand that what happened was wrong. And I guess it took them going that extra mile in terms of wrong to to wake people up. I think that there is tremendous amount of things that people can do all across the country. People should understand. I think one reason that the groups like races have been able to respond to this is that these are not new things these are all tactics and practices and instruments that have been in place for many years and under many presidencies. If anything it was a little harder to organize against them under the previous administration because you were fighting disbelief that this was going on. Now, it's all too easy to explain to people that this is going on. But you know, what was kind of policies and practices that were on the border and in detention centers along the border were kind of like, a kind of an art house cinema version and. What this administration is doing is. They're bringing it to a cinema near you. And so what you are seeing happening along the border is happening in your community. There are families being separated in your hometown. Most people are detained actually jails immigrations budget pays not just for migration detention centers. But for beds in local city and county jails it is happening in your backyard. And I think that this is an opportunity for people to take a new look at their own communities at the that the apparatus that is controlling and hovering over these people and to take local action. So it's not just going to the border. We need that help. But this is happening in your town. Great. Thank you Carolyn. So I would point to two things one is. So we had an experience we have a network of three hundred thousand advocates across the United States through something called the save the children action network, and they typically don't this is not an issue that we had mobilized people around intil, we got to a point where you had family separation, and then you had teargassing of mothers and children at the border. And we said we can't we can't stand by and kind of watch this without activating. Our our advocate, so. We did that and it resulted in one hundred and seventy thousand messages to congress right and put that in a very and those were their members of congress. So we have something set up online which allows you very easily to send a letter to your congressperson and tell them your opinion about what's happening. And that was actually the most successful mobilization of that group that we've ever had. So it gives me gives me hope that people out there really do care about this issue, and they care enough to to actually get involved, politically, the second thing, I would point to is that I actually it goes back to my first comment about the other. And I actually believe that the generation of young people. Now, I think we're calling them jen's e you know, that is generation that doesn't think about people as the other. They really don't think about things in that way. And so my hope is that by engaging in mobilising more young people in the United States on these. Issues. We can also start to change the tide to positive great. Thank you Maria. And we're all going to remember the rhinos gonna remember the right now. So and just kind of close because I've been at the school for fourteen years now kind of see kids coming back and visiting and I have a former student of mine who's now a psychiatrist in Dallas Fort Worth area who came to this country as an undocumented person. And now here she is as as Dr not does. And I have a I have a student that I was on was tweeting one day about the school and he replies back. And he says I love the school. This is why learnt English was the best years in my life. And so I responded to him. And I said you need to come visit me so he came to visit me, and he is a junior at the university of Houston. He is studying to be a teacher amass teacher in the middle school level. And so I told him I said what I am. So proud of you. I remember when you were you were here, and you didn't. Anything you know, any English and said here, you are now junior and have overcome all these adversities that you. That you've undergone. And and so I told him I said, Honey, you this is you will have a job you have a job at my school. He need to graduate. And and I would love to hire my first alumni, and he's turned around and looks at me. And he says this Marino, I can't wait for the interview. And I said, no Honey you have the job. What a great way to end. Join me in. Thanking?.

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The Mouse has officially swallowed the Fox

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

03:48 min | 3 years ago

The Mouse has officially swallowed the Fox

"I'm Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as Matt Bellamy of the Hollywood reporter and Matt as of this past week. The mouse swallowed the FOX, it's a cliche. I'm going to say it. Anyway, we had a cover of a mouse with a with a Foxtail hanging out of his mouth awhile back. This is a huge acquisition. It redraws the landscape of Hollywood. Absolutely. This is now a five studio town instead of a six studio town, and who knows what else is in the works. I mean, right now, I think these knee is probably the most powerful studio that has ever existed in Hollywood, Lee, content breath, everything from the Simpsons to marvel to family guy, and you know, the entire avatar franchise Star Wars, and you name it Disney has it now, and it's just going to be really difficult for other traditional studios to compete. Yeah. I mean, just at the box office alone. We have you know. You know, we recently had a story of it. It's a death star with with movies that are just a movie schedule release schedule that is Disney was already daunting before they had FOX. And now they're more daunting. The X men will return to the marvel fold FOX had a lot of plans for X men, which are now in the scrap heap. Obviously, Kevin Feige at knows what he's doing with marvel. Deadpool will move over. But we're we're looking at you know, broadly now is the emergence of two companies one is this behemoth that was formed by this merger. The other is the old FOX assets, which includes Fox News and the Fox Broadcasting channel. But not the TV studio that made some of the shows that were on that channel that channel is likely to be emphasizing things like sports and live events in reality. And meanwhile, this whole thing the the the object of the game here. Disney is moving into the streaming present slash. Future. I mean, you seen the rise of net flicks and some competitors to net. Flix Disney looks to be a death star when it comes to streaming as well. But this is going to be an expensive over the course of years and culturally challenging in every way, the sense of the word challenging process for Disney to try to establish itself as as something that you absolutely have to have. But I think if anyone has the brand I mean for long years people have said, Disney is the only brand that really matters in Hollywood. And I think that continues to be true, not to mention the thousands of layoffs that are going to come from this anywhere from four thousand to as many as ten thousand some analysts believe, yeah, there's going to be so much dislocation so many people at FOX there's just as even a geographical thing right now, we're all of FOX's situated in you know, in west LA on on PICO boulevard. And then there's Disney in Burbank, and there are people who are sort of split between the two and trying to go back and forth. I mean, this is going to be a digest. Question a challenge. And you know, it was thinking about Bob Eiger that chairman and CEO of Disney, and he has said he's going to retire several times now in kick that can down the road with this thing going on. I don't see a world in which he's a imminently retiring. I mean, he has to steer through this thing. And it's not a matter of a year or two no and the level of executive talent. That is now in the Disney company does give them some potential successors. But I don't think anyone is going to seem as an era parent intil, they approved themselves within this new company new landscape and as the shape of the new company emerges. Thank you. Thank you. That's Matt Bellamy editorial director of the Hollywood reporter. He joins me this Monday at two o'clock on the business. I'm Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown.

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"intil" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"intil" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"What the injury depends what the injury willing to take that risk because to play I have nothing to give you they have to give you I have nothing to give your family. They have nothing to give your family. But we're so. You know, it's unfortunate. What happened is? I odd. We we, you know, we feel bad for him and his family of Duke family here, you know, at blue devil nation. We feel terrible. I never want to see a kid waste his dreams. It it. You know, I know he'll house back from his like nobody wants to hear that. Nobody wants to hear that. Nobody wants to see coach K walk up to a podium in intil be how sorry for keyed with a prophecy future that just derailed it because. Oh, golly. Oh, jeez. We really need you to win another title force. No. But that's not what I'm saying. What I'm saying is if nobody's talking him into it. Nobody squeezing him. Nobody's doing anything other than he decides. You know, what I came to Duke? I'm healthy. It was it was a weird freak thing where my shoe mouth function. I wanna play Jay. But that's my point is in your trying to coax him into it. It's not coach K going eight, man. I need you out there. Hey, we really need another championship. But he's on Williamson decides he wants to do that. But what if he okay that? I can't I can't take my buy there because he's not gonna he's gonna do it. Just for the sake of doing the coaches are going to have to tell him we need you you're helping to do it. He's just not gonna wake about the bear with this. I feel good. I'm gonna go play. No. He's that. Because it's too much at risk. He has a family to think about his parents. I can promise you his parents are not telling him to get back on the court. Probably not probably not half to gate you've won the plane there. There is no what two at all. There is. No would there is none I serious. There is a war to is much as you use it in why go in the first place because you had to another option. He could go to Europe say, Gordon, you go to a bunch of Europe as an eighteen year old American kid or seventy year seventeen eighteen seventeen eighteen year old kid going to you have to try to play bass. Football four away from your family, your love woods, it a foreign country. All this totally different. Raymond. James, right. Yeah. But Brandon Brandon Jennings did it, but branding jigs did get any better playing overseas. He certainly stocked. It rise by plague oversee Brandon Jennings a one and done kid excuse me, scratch that had the rule not been a place where you had to go be a one and done. If you could if the rule were still you could come straight at a high school with Brandon Jennings have been a straight to the NBA kit problems, probably so, okay. And he's probably would've wait where he went in address..

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"intil" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"intil" Discussed on No Agenda

"But it was it. I don't take it was it was a flop. Well, it identified everybody, and it was about them. Well, this is what's interesting is they were all scowling, not all but most were scowling were not clapping intil was about them. And then they were all jumping up and down. Yeah. Which is like, okay. Who were you really there for? It was to me. It was a fun show to watch. It was way too long in an and I think Trump should have had the the the showmanship to know when to stop it or you should have reordered some of these topics and gotten some of the things just the flow was way to roller coaster. There was no no build up to the end in that regard. It was poor very poor. I didn't think much of it. I didn't. But I never liked any of these. Now, we did have the guy again back to the C-SPAN guy. I thought this was funny. This Paul Tonko he comes in. And he has his condemns the the speech for a reason that was kind of an unexpected. But I got a kick out of this, of course, because the Matic for our show, what committees are you on? And what are your legislative goals for this being in the majority is serve on energy and commerce, and I serve on science space and technology under energy and commerce. I now have. Chairmanship, Steve spots ability of the subcommittee on environment and climate change. So very distressed that. I didn't hear a word about climate change when the president talks about national security climate change is ultimate solution. When he talks about international harmony climate change is a threat to that. Harmony we need to address it women. I want to go back and listen to that again that was pretty I was pretty stellar climate. Change is ultimate solution. Sounds very creepy. Let's go back a little more out climate change when the president talks about national security climate change is ultimate solution. So national security climate change is the ultimate solution. Does exactly what he said. What what do you think? That means. I wonder myself I was ever since he said that I've been wondering what would it might mean? Climate change is the ultimate solution to national security. How does that work? What what in what way is it the ultimate solution? And anytime anytime you says alternate solution. Yeah. Nazis. What it sounds like nonsense? Today have the ultimate solution creepy when he talks about international harmony, climate change is a threat to that. Harmony we need to address it high. We'll tell you we'll continue. We're going to continue forward with our advocacy for climate change to be address. We're having our first hearing tomorrow, we will show the American public that we hear the people we will embrace respect science. We will understand let them know we understand the urgency, and we will work very hard to develop solutions based on science and evidence. So we're going to have a very aggressive approach. There has been a dry spell for far too long in the house of representatives with this issue that being. Address it impacts great greatly on our our economy it impacts on public ten. It's costing us dearly. Yeah. Well, the AFC faction just came out with a new version of the new green deal, which I haven't had a chance to review, but I will for Sunday. So it's a it's a kind of like the constitutional. It's a living document. Now, we do have the guy saying that the public is irked by all this that we have been discussing it enough. I don't know anyone who's worked by personally. But maybe it's just me. He's just making this up as he goes along. But it, but the truth comes out in the second part of his clip where he mentions really what does always going to be about as snuck in there as usual you'll hear it. So you bring a key bring us spotlight to that issue. But if you want legislation eight what kind of legislation would you aim for and beat what are you gonna do about the Senate? Okay. I think we have support in a in both houses..

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"intil" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"intil" Discussed on No Agenda

"But it was it. I don't take it was it was a flop. Well, it identified everybody, and it was about them. Well, this is what's interesting is they were all scowling, not all but most were scowling were not clapping intil was about them. And then they were all jumping up and down. Yeah. Which is like, okay. Who were you really there for? It was to me. It was a fun show to watch. It was way too long in an and I think Trump should have had the the the showmanship to know when to stop it or you should have reordered some of these topics and gotten some of the things just the flow was way to roller coaster. There was no no build up to the end in that regard. It was poor very poor. I didn't think much of it. I didn't. But I never liked any of these. Now, we did have the guy again back to the C-SPAN guy. I thought this was funny. This Paul Tonko he comes in. And he has his condemns the the speech for a reason that was kind of an unexpected. But I got a kick out of this, of course, because the Matic for our show, what committees are you on? And what are your legislative goals for this being in the majority is serve on energy and commerce, and I serve on science space and technology under energy and commerce. I now have. Chairmanship, Steve spots ability of the subcommittee on environment and climate change. So very distressed that. I didn't hear a word about climate change when the president talks about national security climate change is ultimate solution. When he talks about international harmony climate change is a threat to that. Harmony we need to address it women. I want to go back and listen to that again that was pretty I was pretty stellar climate. Change is ultimate solution. Sounds very creepy. Let's go back a little more out climate change when the president talks about national security climate change is ultimate solution. So national security climate change is the ultimate solution. Does exactly what he said. What what do you think? That means. I wonder myself I was ever since he said that I've been wondering what would it might mean? Climate change is the ultimate solution to national security. How does that work? What what in what way is it the ultimate solution? And anytime anytime you says alternate solution. Yeah. Nazis. What it sounds like nonsense? Today have the ultimate solution creepy when he talks about international harmony, climate change is a threat to that. Harmony we need to address it high. We'll tell you we'll continue. We're going to continue forward with our advocacy for climate change to be address. We're having our first hearing tomorrow, we will show the American public that we hear the people we will embrace respect science. We will understand let them know we understand the urgency, and we will work very hard to develop solutions based on science and evidence. So we're going to have a very aggressive approach. There has been a dry spell for far too long in the house of representatives with this issue that being. Address it impacts great greatly on our our economy it impacts on public ten. It's costing us dearly. Yeah. Well, the AFC faction just came out with a new version of the new green deal, which I haven't had a chance to review, but I will for Sunday. So it's a it's a kind of like the constitutional. It's a living document. Now, we do have the guy saying that the public is irked by all this that we have been discussing it enough. I don't know anyone who's worked by personally. But maybe it's just me. He's just making this up as he goes along. But it, but the truth comes out in the second part of his clip where he mentions really what does always going to be about as snuck in there as usual you'll hear it. So you bring a key bring us spotlight to that issue. But if you want legislation eight what kind of legislation would you aim for and beat what are you gonna do about the Senate? Okay. I think we have support in a in both houses..

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"intil" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"intil" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Hear Jayme hard mom. You don't hear Russell Westbrook wanted a brand they're talking about this debt? What about your sewing? Wait. A second reportedly who is the key to the trade as far as New Orleans was concerned. Lonzo ball that was the piece they were most intrigued by intil, lavar opened his big mouth. I hope you I'll tell you my hand he's not saying that that is so wrong. They John Rondo that's wrong. What you thought he was name the team. The team their hair the young point guard. Go get the fourth time. Oh, Dr all be a point guard backing muck. What you said he will you need back them up. I got that. And I said from the start I don't know what he's doing Rondos are played him at every turn out at every turn. I disagree. Disagree seed, Lonzo the ninety turn his ankle. It used to be at Tennessee and twenty minutes L work. What about Rondo coming thing that who've been we'll Rondo was great last year? You wouldn't just. Oh, and you could get him for a minimum really depended nine million dollars. I didn't. Well, I mean, that's a minimum for what you just described. Exactly. Why would you wanna for minimum? If you got. Good here. We go. So as usual, lavar ball made some potentally powerfully true statements about Luke Walton, and as usual, lavar is again threatening to wreck his sons NBA career industry. That's why I'm saying because he's about to wreck this trade. So let's go back to Luke everything he said, lavar said about Luke I have been saying from day number one to you every day I came in here. And I said what is he doing? Because lavar is exactly right. And I'll give you all this Lonzo is all time spoiled. He's all time called, and I I hate that about him because it's made him too soft for what he should be. He's had coaches at every level. Mostly lavar ball We just. just never had. I agree. But they just said you just do it. And he did it. And Magic Johnson. The great Magic Johnson said I pick you with the second overall pick, and you are going to be according to magic the face of the franchise. Magic predicted his jersey would hang in the rafters at staple center. And what did Lonzo do right out of the box? He went to the summer league. And what did he do Shannon Sharpe? He was the MVP of the summer league. He not back it up right out of the box. Yeah. He did. Oh, but who is the coach of the summer league? It wasn't Luke Walton. Right. And what did Luke Walton do from his one? I think it was the white guy's name used to play for the bulls eye covered him can't they was name. Jeb Bush of bushland Bush. Look, he was the coach I'm pretty sure could be wrong about that. But that's sticks my mind. So then what did Luke Walton do from day one? He said who the hell are you? Do you knew who I am? That was the body language. I got from Luke do you realize who my father was my father is one of the greatest players ever? And that is true Bill Walton was one of the greatest players ever, Luke Walton is saying do you realize I played in four finals, and I want to of them do you realize I help coach the Golden State Warriors to two files, and I won Lonzo ball showed up. Do you know who my father is? Okay. Well, that's what I'm saying. There was a big clash of wills right from the start. So Luke old school who had to earn his way onto the roster. The Lakers again, Erin shacks last year and played with Kobe obviously in four finals. And so what what did what was Luke basically saying he said, you're gonna have to earn your way out of my dog. Doghouse, and I'm gonna put you to the fire test because I'm gonna start yanking you four minutes into the game. And that's what he did throughout his rookie year. Four minutes on the dot into the game, you're out and you're gonna sit on my bench for a quarter until mid second quarter that is outrageously wrong..

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"intil" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"intil" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Welcome to after hours more morning. Amy. Hello. I want to mention three things I was on the Chesapeake Bay bridge. And I watched the people jump in the water. Yeah. Not jump in plunging. You mean on Jan? Got it. Yeah. Well, like, they were jumping off the bridge. No, no. No, no. I was on the bridge the people plunged into the wire from my deal. Gotcha. The thing about LeBron. You made a comment Lakers. Don't do it. I'm a firm believer that where LeBron has played his whole the strength and he's fallen them again. And the third thing I want to say to you is how can people be bored wish or after the NFL is ever with? Because this is the best time of the year hockey getting ready to wrap up March madness, you got the Daytona five hundred and you got the master's and then baseball season starts. Well, I'm the wrong person to ask because I've never bored. I can't remember the last time, I was bored. There's always something going on in sports. Even what we're talking about. The dead of summer were baseball's the only one of the four team sports in session. But as you point out, there's a lot happening February is this build up to what happens in March and April, and may and there really isn't another break at all in intil middle of June in the middle of all of that. You've got the NFL building toward its draft and then free agency. And yeah, no, it's it doesn't really ever slow down for someone who works in this business, but football's its own kind of animal. I mean football dominates in fans are far more interested in football. And they aren't anything else. Which is why it adds a whole nother element. When you're a broadcaster. Did you hear what I say? Yes. I thought I responded did. I miss something. I said, I'm a rare breed. I liked baseball better. No. I don't I don't think that you're rare. I do think that baseball is very popular for for fans who who are in a particular city where their team has been part of that that area and fans love to go to baseball games. But but football is still football still dominates because of its national reach. So I can talk about a team in Florida and people in Seattle care and vice versa. And that's a little different than baseball. You don't get that type of national interest for every team you get more regional 'cause nobody's really interested in the Orioles that I follow. Well, I don't know about that. I think that the rest of the east is interested. Thank you, Tom. I appreciate the call eight five five two one two four two two seven. Some of you tweeting me about what LeBron has to do with Davis trade. And and I yes, he obviously would want Anthony Davis. And then there's talk that potentially Kyle Kyle Klay Thompson excuse me was thinking Kyle. Kuzma, Klay Thompson would join in. Or you'd get some other free agents who would be interested with the tandem of LeBron any Anthony Davis. Still though there is a tipping point four draft picks. Can those two guys Davis and LeBron beat the warriors if they had the opportunity? Wouldn't even come down to this year? I don't know that there's a too big of a hole for them at this point to climb out of because we still have not quite half the season remaining. But plenty of time the Lakers are game above five hundred but only ten and a half back of the warriors in the west. They've played fifty three games out of eighty two. So you've got not even thirty games left. We're about to hit the all-star break. Think about the chemistry issues and kind of throwing all these players into a cauldron and missing mixing it up. Can they get it together quickly enough to make a run to the postseason? And then challenge the top teams in the west. I think that would be asking too much at this point. So now you're thinking about next season. To me. It's too big a risk to take for that type of a hall going the other way for the pelicans. And it sounds like the pelicans aren't interested at least for now. Gosh such drama with the NBA trade deadline coming up on Thursday. All right. So a law radio. Oops, gives me I know I think that was a hiccup or something. Ehlo radio and then our Facebook page two and we'll get to your responses. It's after hours with Amy Lawrence. Here's our latest sports update. And here's Darwin's UK. Sports flash. All right James harden with forty.

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"intil" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:19 min | 3 years ago

"intil" Discussed on WTVN

"The world. Stay Buffy and because every two months. We've been. Since two thousand fifteen thirty shoes. And the next issue out at the end of February. I don't want to belabor the point. But by leaving early. Did you take a hit on your pension? Yes. I mean, I was. The average of the usual led to the time. Please. Fifteen years to get your maximum pension. Now, I had just three months shelter. Plenty full years. However because I'd serve six years in the ROY laugh sauces a police officer I was able to effectively by number of years and transferred. My pension so independent tired just from the twenty seven years. So it wasn't that big hit. Certainly I I did lose some money. That's just follow. My passion. When you started this database. How did you get the word out to your your fellow brothers and sisters in the in the police forces across Britain that you wanted their stories? I was I was very lucky, and I'm sure you've interviewed many guests who will say that. There's been many strange coincidence is a word that I have never heard of intil. I got into the field was the word synchronicity. But I'm sure it's a common word that people use all the time in this field. I'm certainly for me. There were many synchronised is the I now look back and think that's more than a coincidence. Could in a long story short. Where I worked was in a big city called leads. Britain's biggest city believe it or not the editor of a printed magazine called the US all mega city with the editor of a guy called Graham burchell who sadly passed away in two thousand and three only the edge. I think forty nine tragic loss bridge shoe follow Jay, he's office believe on all could've been anywhere in the case. But it was a lesson miles away from where? So that was just too good enough. NBA two years before he died, which was two thousand September two thousand three I got to know in my started calling in. And basically, I originally contacted in old Ray US little screenplay. I live at one Sunday afternoon. When the office was closed about stuff, you Dallas friendship. I over time. I got to know until you well, not last two years of his life, and when I had the idea for the people's place database. He was somebody I could approach and say look how about Besigye to create a database for British. Would you let me publish in your magazine? Now at that time, I never published anything in any magazine. Anyway. So this is a massive fail to being in a publication that you go into any big news agency that is Michelle. So he liked the idea immediately because he idea that I was still serving detectives he saw been credibility to the subject is in a sense. Why became involved in the first place to try to bring some of my background to the credibility angle policy. So he said, okay, he's a write your article show in January. Two thousand and two. I wrote my very first Aspel. Anyway, Andy was published and that was a massive thrilling still a highlights. One of my four hundred and twenty-five cases over four hundred and twenty-five cases in in sixty three. I'm gonna I'm gonna shoot you messengers the research. Yeah. I sent you a new bio fan because those figures are out today. Tarpley's over five hundred and fifty cash is going back to nineteen hundred and one believe it or not evolving, all the one thousand one hundred British police officers, so a significant change the nine hundred that you mentioned. Never mind. Well, my point is though that one might say that doesn't seem like a whole lot. I'm wondering how much of that has to do with the fact that the underreporting because I'm guessing the fraternity likes to close ranks, and they might not look kindly on police men and women talking to you about this sort of thing. Oh, absolutely. And the the two biggest reasons why police officers already shallow say professional person will ride. Doesn't come forward is is to see risks evacuated. They do and to the ridicule of studies attached to this subject, obviously caused by the Robertson tunnel decision in fifty three. Those are the primary over the years is doing research a lot news fantasy people allies that I could take doctors. Oh, tell me on US all-star all say, I could never go public with this because it would affect my practice. At my business exception. And I always kind of think that the Robertson panel legacy, which is what mendaciously well from the debunking side of things. He does what? Well, as a terrible stigma on genuine people who I've seen things and genuinely wanted to report. Then were fast with this. Really factor that should have never been so many star sleep. And but he's now become mold two phases. Certainly in the United States your excetera cetera. And is that a very detrimental effect? You know, when.

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"intil" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"intil" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Bauer around the Commonwealth club ahead at two o'clock now Washington week, I'm K Q E D. The shutdown gets a short term fix. But the political war is only beginning. Robert Costa, welcome to Washington week. I am very proud to announce today that we have reached a deal to end the shutdown and reopen the federal government President Trump backs a bipartisan deal to reopen. The government intil mid February end the longest shutdown in history. But conservatives are furious because it does not include money for a border wall. And the president warned if he doesn't get that he could declare a national emergency. Plus. Compound live. Roger stone is arrested in a predawn raid. Indicted on seven counts by the special counsel. He vows to fight. There is no circumstance whatsoever. Which I will bear false witness against the president recover. It all next. Is Washington week. Funding is provided by. Was able to turn the aircraft around and the mission around and was able to save two men's lives. My first job helped me to grow up pretty quickly. That'll happen. When you're asked to respond to a coup in two thousand one I sign up for the air force two days later nine eleven happened. A language program that teaches real life conversations in.

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"intil" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"intil" Discussed on KCRW

"That's intil December twenty first all the sudden, the nightly news roundtable is abruptly interrupted seconds later viewers here news director Lucia Pineda's. Breathless please. Aka xena. Paul Santa not this just in the latest news. There are riot. Police here at the station trying to enter she says in the background. You can hear loud crashes than the cable outlet signal is cut completely Benita. The station's owners Miguel Maura and his wife, Veronica Chavez were hauled off to prison more than five hundred. And fifty people have been jailed since protests broke out last April against President Daniel Ortega and his wife now, the country's vice president more than three hundred people have been killed Moran. Pineda remain in Nicaragua's infamous to put they prison charged with fomenting hate spreading fake news and terrorism charges that face a possible. Twenty year prison sentence Chavez was released. Cion not the federal. We know he got the charges against my husband are illogical. They have no legal basis. We are reporters we show what is going on around us. If that's inciting hate that. Every reporter in the world is guilty of that says Chavez Ortega has shut down other media outlets and five non-governmental groups. I spoke with Chavez in the office of the only human rights organization left operating in Nicaragua on the street below were to unmarked vehicles. They follow Chavis here as they do everywhere. She goes attorney Julio Ariella Montenegro represents the journalists as well as more than seventy five other defendants facing similar anti-state, charges independence. Later disciplined goes eight, okay. Montenegro who spent most of his legal career as a state prosecutor says, unfortunately, there is no longer an independent judicial system in Nicaragua. He says instead defendants face an orchestrated collaboration by prosecutors police in judges Natalie Southwick of the New York-based Committee to protect journalists says aggression against Nicaragua's tiny, independent media has intensified rapidly. A sign of how much conditions have deteriorated and and how much cause for concern these reporters have further safety fifty. Journalists have fled to Costa Rica Nicaragua's most prominent journalists Carlos Fernando Chamorro announced this week. He two had joined them president or Teigen is wife, characterized independent media workers and civic leaders as coup-plotters they rejected a permit for a plan March today accusing the coalition of business leaders who had made the request of. Also participating in attempts to overthrow the government. Veronica Chavez says it may appear that Ortega has quashed freedom of expression in Nicaragua Sipa Saturn. Nickel Salama that with our case. They overplayed their hand this time, she says both of the jail. Journalists have vowed to stay strong Carrie Kahn. NPR news Managua Nicaragua. This is NPR news. KCRW? Thanks Caruso, winery, located at ten fifty five west new m just off the fourteen freeway in Lancaster, a member of the antelope valley wine Growers Association Caruso, proudly serves wines of Los Angeles County, Caruso, vineyards and.

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"intil" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"intil" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Our producer is Garrett. If you this barsky radio weird day where we got preempted emptied by God what the hell happened. What the hell is going on? This is know this is one of those, you know, when you watch television, by the way, we're all watching the television series, which we all know now is celebrity president all of this everything you're witnessing everything you've been witnessing since my man Trumpster guide elected. It's been nothing more than a very well orchestrated scripted television series that we're all part of but not many people know that it's all being filmed. We already had one season of celebrity president and our season two. But sometimes they throw you a ball when everybody kind of you know, when you watch television series, and it's a little predictable. You know, what's coming next? And here comes the villain comes Orosa, you know, the usual suspects and all those people, and then they throw your curve balls something you never expected. In fact, nothing something that never ever happened in our country's history with the exception of the time. Ronald Reagan had to postpone the state of the union because of the challenger explosion. Here. We had a Pelosi explosion. And and so she decided that she's going to cancel the state of the union never ever has that happened in history. This country is. And we laugh. Are you gonna do you have to laugh, and we laugh you have to laugh you have to live but have you seen such dysfunction in your tire life and? And how come these tunings go get room already waiting for? This is the craziest. A bit of of of courting, or whatever you wanna call it between these two flirting just go any get it over with because of all this stuff. That's going on between these two. It's just nuts. So this happened. I guess woes about the news break about a half hour ago that that she was gonna do that. Maybe correct janea he responded and his response was the fun to listen to because it was. Pretty much blaming the ills of the world on the dams on her and all of that. And then talking about all the things that he's doing, and, you know, it's all good Trump stuff. But this is this is kind of strange now, and I had said earlier a few days ago that how do you do the state of the union when the government shutdown? So basically went Pelosi saying is this gonna be no state of the union from the house chambers in intil, you reopen the government you shut it down you reopen. It will continue talking until then you'll get to use my house. It's my house. No party. The party there. So Trump's gonna find another place to have the party. I'll be going to fake Trump just make Trump. A couple things up. Look it at the state of the union stock could it be cared. So, but I'm looking at a couple of places one said average table the Jupiter tastic place. Have you ever seen him with the bacon? When he puts the the what is the blow torch, the bacon, and it just oh, it's delicious. So you'll have a nice little Bill Elliott come out and watch me, do my thing or I just go straight home. Or I could go to scorch you pick. What? Picks choices. She's gonna treat this like, it's no big deal. Treat it the same way things to say, but I just got first place to say it wasn't no spearmint rhino. We could probably deal with scores. So. Tiber that I can tell you. Why would certainly disagree with that ex wives? I don't know. The whole thing is very very odd. So all right. So that's the latest story. That's the biggest story of the day. I didn't see it common. I didn't even I didn't even think about it. I didn't even occur to me that that could happen. But yeah, that's that's kind of what right now. All right. So let's take a break. We'll come back. We'll try to regroup figure. This thing out. We got a lot of other show to get to sustain.

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"intil" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

GSMC Baseball Podcast

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"intil" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

"I honestly I would have my thoughts of should even be in the hall of fame. I mean, he's had a great career, but should be in the hall of fame. Okay. But it's like you should. Yeah. And another Schalke one Joe Tori was in unanimous. Yeah. How many Jimmy's have did he win? I can't even count. How long did he coach for the first thing? Those the first question that I that was raised for me when you said his name because you wanna hear surprise Chipper Jones last year ninety seven percent of the votes. He's a definite unanimous. Because that dude one dude was rookie of the year. Yeah. He was and here maybe the best. Switch hitter of all time. One of them actually, Ken Griffey junior was ninety nine point three percent. Granted who was Manny Johnson was ninety seven pesos ninety one matching being an room of a hundred people in one person said I'm not voting for king Griffey junior for the hall of fame. Slap them the face. But bladder McGrew had ninety two point nine percent, which is kinda shocking, but I understand it's not anonymous anymore. But let's let's I'm going to go all down nine thirty six and see what the percentage was with. He was ninety five percent. There was eleven guys. It said no same with honest Wagner. Tuykov got ninety eight point two percent Tiga. Oh my God. We forgot about Cy Young. There's a warning after him. That's that's couldn't hit. Guess how guess what is percentage was? Eighty five seventy six. Wow. That's that's absurd. Maybe I'm wrong. But that's absurd. Lou Gehrig's in thirty nine. I don't know if he was alive in live, then but the closest yeah, the close it was the first inductee of Tuykov ninety eight percent, then they're no one reached above ninety from the baseball reference dot com. Says intil let's say nineteen sixty three nine sixty two with Bob feller in ninety three percent. Ted Williams got a ninety three point four percent. I all right. So what was stopped in nineteen sixty two. Let's start melt the other guys you governor. Then we can do that. We have ROY holiday who passed away two years ago and twenty seventeen in that a plane accident, very tragic, very tragic, we have egg Martinez and his final this Halliday's first time, right? Yes. I think is the first time on the ballot. If I remember correctly, I believe so as well. Okay. Yeah. There's also a girl Martinez. Who's in his final eligibility? If I'm remembering that correctly. Uh-huh. There's also Mike Mussina. Yes. The moose. Yes. There's one more that says on here on the website..

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Why Do Scorpions Glow Under Black Light?

BrainStuff

04:36 min | 3 years ago

Why Do Scorpions Glow Under Black Light?

"Hey, brain stuff listeners for all you fans of true crime investigations. There's a new podcast from glamour, and how stuff works Marcus Hanna. Devante Abigail, Jeremiah and Sierra were all black children adopted by two white women, Sarah and Jennifer heart. It looked as if the hearts were the perfect family, but their lives ended in a murder suicide. Car crash shocked their friends and made national headlines starting Semper forth with new episodes every Tuesday co host Justin and Elizabeth follow. The families beta journey. You can listen subscribe to broken hearts spelled H A R T S on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren vocal bomb here. Some animals are just over the top take scorpions is it not enough that these stinging arachnids can survive some of the harshest climates in the world and live twenty five times longer than your average cockroach or that some species don't need males to reproduce and can live up to forty eight hours without oxygen and that all of them will eat almost anything. They can subdue even other scorpions. No, it's apparently not enough because scorpions also glow electric Siam green under ultra violet light. Why they do? This is a bit of a mystery. But it makes them pretty easy to study all scorpion researcher has to do to find scorpions go out into the desert at night with the black light and watch those suckers light up like Christmas. Trees, chemically speaking. Nobody's exactly sure. What causes scorpions to glow? But we know it's powerful stuff. When a scorpion is preserved in alcohol. The alcohol itself will floor s scorpion fossils have even been induced to glow under black light after hundreds of millions of years. What we do know is the chemicals that make a scorpion. So rave ready are in the outer layer or cuticle of its excess skeleton scientists call it the Highland layer scorpions their Xs skeleton every so often in order to grow and researchers have observed that intil the slightly mushy outer shell has entirely hardened. The Highland layer does not Flores under UV light. This is all pretty weird. Why would an animal Volve to glow under ultraviolet light? Researchers have posited a bunch of different ideas. Scorpion. Fluorescence might help them. Find each other in the dark protect them from sunlight or even confused their prey, but there's another promising theory that scorpions are somehow using their fluorescence to detect UV light mostly because they want to avoid it. There might hunters after all and a scorpion will always find the darkest place to hang out during the day or even in the moonlight. A study published in the journal of Iraq -nology in two thousand ten tested normal chorusing scorpions, and a group of scorpions that they had produced the fluorescence of with prolonged exposure to UV light, the normal scorpions, then reacted more strongly and negatively to UV light than the desensitized scorpions. But wait, you might be thinking scorpions still have is. And as it turns out, they can visually see light within the ultra violet part of the spectrum. But it doesn't seem like the scorpions were reacting visually a. Britt study published in animal behavior in two thousand twelve basically blindfolded a group of scorpions and found that the critters still reacted to the presence of ultraviolet light. So it seems that they're using their entire bodies as giant UV seeking eyeballs. And that if they sense that they're glowing at all it's time to scurry off somewhere darker. Today's episode was written by just windshields produced by Tyler clang for more on this and lots of other glowing topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. You know, people say necessity is the mother of invention. But that's not always true. Sometimes the mother of invention is advertising. Yeah. Or pure accident. How about ego maniacal delusion? Absolutely. Or just a desperate longing. To be cool. I'm Robert lamb, and I'm Joe McCormick. We're the host of the science podcasts stuff to blow your mind. And now we're branching off into the exploration of invention. Invention is the story of human history told one piece of technology at a time the things we made and how they made us

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The Top iOS App downloads of 2018

Talking Tech

04:08 min | 3 years ago

The Top iOS App downloads of 2018

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. Apple just released its list of the twenty most downloaded iphone apps for twenty eight teen in if the name Santho mayor, well, they should it's the same players, but with a few surprises, and I'd love to tell you today about the app that apple chose as the iphone app of the year, which you might not have heard of it's all on today's episode of talking tech. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA today. So the most downloaded app of the year is YouTube which has been around for over thirteen years. It was followed by Instagram Snapchat, Facebook messenger, Facebook the bit Moji app from Snapchat net. Flicks. Google maps g mail and Spotify. Yeah, it's the same old apps after all these years the next ten or just as familiar with two maybe new Tia names Amazon. Uber WhatsApp Andorra the wish shopping app tick tock cash Google. Photos. Google Chrome browser and Twitter more on tick tock and cash in a minute. Those are the two new ones the app that Apple's editors chose the iphone app of the year is called procreate pocket. It's an art app that sells for five bucks and it calls itself. The most powerful sketching painting and illustration app ever the app a similar to the old paint program. Many of us have used for years in windows computers. You can select different colors and styles of your paintbrush and go to town. It's a bite sized version of an app that's been available for the ipad for several years with gesture control layers incompatibility at least on the ipad with the apple pencil. A quick note about tick tock and cash tick tock is this year's teen obsession in that used to be called musically where kids with lip sync songs intil the app was bought by a Chinese company, which merged it with another app in change its name. Same sort of concept though for peer to peer pay. Payments the app, you're probably most familiar with his van mo-, which young people have generally used to split fees on pizza in rant and things. Like that square is the little dungle that you see merchants using and small businesses to pay them with your credit card without forcing them to buy credit card. Readers cash is squares answer. Then Mohan does all the same things. I'm surprised to see it on Apple's chart as I've never come across anyone using it listeners to use cash. I would love to hear from you finally other editorial winners from apple iphone game of the year. Doughnut country ipad app of the year froggy pedia apple TV app of the year, the workout apps wet for more about Apple's choices. Check out the main page of items. I'm Jefferson Graham, you've been listening to talking tech. I'm on Twitter at Jefferson Graham love to hear him, please. Subscribe and talking tech on apple podcast, please favorite show on Stitcher, which helps for people find the show and his always. Thanks, everyone. For listening talk. Tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you wanna be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com has got you covered. They developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks, you can create your own professional website right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for officiant? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You'll look amazing on every device desktop and mobile and it takes less than five minutes. Plus, you can do it with one hand. So it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your very own beautiful professional website today.

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Cohen Pleads Guilty

Monocle 24: Midori House

02:41 min | 3 years ago

Cohen Pleads Guilty

"We will start with the hapless Michael cones just appearance in court this morning. I now I'm frankly losing count of what he's pleaded guilty to. At this point this time, it seems to be lying to congress about Trump's business interests in Russia, which I don't know you'd have to say that bad, isn't it? It is bad because at the time line. So am Michael Cohen has pleaded guilty to misleading one line to congress. He said that the attempts to get Trump Tower and built in Moscow. He said those attempts ended in January twenty sixteen but it turns out that's not true. So it when turn intil June twenty sixteen at this means that it is actually during the campaign period. So this raises all sorts of questions about others in the Trump organization, perhaps individual one, there's a very there's a reference to individual one in some of these proceeded is a reference to individual to as well, which I think we can read is individual one junior. And so I think so I think what this is opening up is all sorts of questions about what others have said and lied about to congress, and whether or not the extent of the dealings with Russia if it happened during the campaign period, I think it reopens a whole bunch of issues about whether we're not there was four influence in the American presidential elections, which is clearly not allowed under the rules Florence. Do. We think it is altogether coincidental. That on the same day Michael Cohen appears again in court Donald Trump announces that he will not be meeting. Vladimir Putin in Windsor is he's claiming this is to do with Ukraine will say he's claiming to do this is to do with Ukraine and Russia, he's Twitter feed in a series of let's say unusually well, punctuated and temperate tweets is saying he's not a meeting vitamin Putin. So I think someone's Russell these phone off him again in the last few minutes. It's also been. That he's canceling his formal meetings with South Korea and Turkey. So presumably if it rains as well, he's he's just not going to go anywhere. It's just a mess. Change his mind all the time. So trying to be his Ed and knowing exactly if there is a link between the counseling, the meeting with Putin and less development is really difficult. It's the same like about trade with China humidity clarityn because he left Washington. Our we'd have a lot to about an hour. But in the end, no eastern on ground. So this is such an predictable character, that's honesty, who couldn't know what's in his head.

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When I asked her to come on the show months ago

Build A Big Podcast - Marketing Podcast For Podcasters

06:00 min | 3 years ago

When I asked her to come on the show months ago

"What the title says. But this is a podcast about podcasting. If you're looking for porn, you were in the wrong place in less podcasting. Some kind of new fetish that I'm unaware of. And I'm usually pretty hip to new fetishes seriously, though, no porn here. I think this podcast is family friendly. That depends on your family can hearing expert is here, but the topics you know, again depends on your family. Let's talk about Lance Armstrong. Lance Armstrong cyclist, Lance Armstrong. He's got a podcast. He's actually got to podcast one is about cycling. The other is about moving forward. And who better to talk about moving forward than a cyclist who seemed to have everything going for him intil? He didn't what do you do when that happens? He talks about it. The podcast is called Ford. On his podcast. There's an interview with a woman a mea Khalifa. I'm going to read the summary to you Mia Khalifa is a former adult film actress a brief stint in the porn industry. Led her to be named to the ISIS hit list. She joined Lance in Austin to discuss her experience in the adult film world a conversation. She had never shared publicly. She also talked about this stigma around the industry and how the label has followed her. They discuss her passion for sports, her cooking show and challenges of trying to date. I'm going to play a clip for you. This is from Lance not Mia that think is important lesson for all podcasters in this clip. He talks about setting up the interview we've had a lot of comments about our guest this week Mia Khalifa and before I get into introducing her later on here on the intro. Let me just say one thing right quick. So you guys can either choose to hit play or pause or hard elite or not we've had. A lot of feedback on the social channels about Mia and about the decision to have her on. I just want to say that the top of the show first of all this was one of the best episodes that I have ever sat through I come to this from maybe a unique perspective that all of the perfect people on social media don't come from. But I come to this discussion being me in me being me, and knowing how people view me, how parents mothers fathers, grandparents. Friends. Aunts uncles coaches administrators. Teachers view me. You know, there's a lot of people that would that I've been on other podcasts and people say, I can't believe you stoop to the level of having him on. So I came to it from a from a different perspective of the maybe most. And when I asked her to come on the show months ago mea said that she would should love to come on. She's listened to a few of the episodes. But that she didn't wanna talk about that part of her life. And she didn't want to talk about our family. Which you know was a tough situation for me. I thought okay, we could probably have a fun conversation. But I want to know what that was like what what what led you to make those decisions? What do you think about those decisions now? And so I just waited. And eventually she called me back and said. I'm ready to come on. And I'm ready to tell the whole story, and she's never told that story before. So I guess what I'm saying is give this a chance. This is as I told somebody on social media the other day. This is the forward personified. This is a person that made some bad choices in her life, which he'll freely admit and has decided to try to completely reinvent herself and move forward. And so for that, I'm a huge fan, and I'm a huge supporter in this conversation. If you think this is just some bullshit teenage s conversation, you're wrong. This one will rock your world. And so now is the time when you get to choose whether or not you hit delete. Are you continued to listen? And I think if you do listen you will not be disappointed. And if you do listen than obviously, I very much appreciate it. The big lesson is the as a host you hold firm to get the content that you're listening. There's want a lot of people will offer to come on your show to talk about certain things to do whatever they want that may not be what is best for your audience. What happened in this situation happens in a lot of different ways. As an example. This is something that I've experienced on my show music business radio. I've got musicians who don't want to acknowledge an old band that they were in for example. Let's say Gwen Stafani wants to come on. She doesn't want to talk about no doubt. She wants to talk about only the new stuff Bjork comes in. She doesn't want to talk about Sugarcubes. She wants to talk about her solo stuff that happens all the time authors who don't want to talk about older books entrepreneurs. I this happened on red podcast had a woman who started huge company did company didn't want to mention it. When you're talking about a new company. Here's what Lance found out Mia Khalifa came around. If you hold firm, you do your show if somebody wants to be on they'll come around if you. You do not hold firm. You are not doing your audience a service. Not all interviews a created equal, even if you've got a great person in there, if your audience wants to hear about the old stuff, or if there's something significant that your guest is done and your audience is thinking, why isn't he asking about that? You are doing them a disservice. And they're going to disconnect from you. Because you're not asking the questions that they want to know the answers for

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Samsung unveils foldable phone as it tries to regain edge on Apple

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:41 min | 3 years ago

Samsung unveils foldable phone as it tries to regain edge on Apple

"Let's talk business now and get the latest headlines turning me on the line to do. So as a financial analyst Louise Cooper for combat monocle twenty four Louis. Tell us about what Samsung's up to some quite excited about this. Remembering Judy the old clam phones like twenty years ago, the ones that sort of opened up at the top J member this, well, maybe an old enough, but I do and Samsung at a tech conference in San Francisco has unveiled the next thing it hopes now what's happened with smartphone market is slowed down considerably two thousand seventeen was the first year ever smartphones, the number of smartphones, actually declined, and if you Samsung's particular experience, it's sales in smartphones are falling even faster particularly against Chinese competitors. Of course, China the biggest smartphone market in the world, and it's homegrown competition. So what Samsung unveiled is a folding smartphone. So you have. You can fold it out to have like a mini tablet side phone, and then you can fold it smaller. So you have just a little smartphone, which is incredibly interesting because for one who has to work on smartphone and find the absolute small to work for its destroy while eyesight. I'm quite excited like this. But I don't always want a big tablet sized phone if I'm just sending a quick taxed or making some phone calls or whatever. So this is really interesting now the point is is this the next great thing is this thing that's going to get consumers excited. I guess intil. We were count how it works. Probably not because the point about small fans, it's most of them look kind of the same cause they work really well for consume it. So this is an attempt by Samsung to be the next big thing. And it's interesting all the new players there's Google with Randolph phone as Chinese. They're all trying to find the next big thing to stimulate asked to replace our phones much quicker than we have necessarily. In the past couple years last week. Apple did just that unveiling updated upset the everything to what degree do you think that Samson will be able to steal a March on apple here? I mean, it is interesting some of the developments on actually coming from apple anymore. It's actually Samsung in this case which oppose the first ever to unveil a smartphone. Remember, it was it was there. Like, I said the Chinese better. Hugh way is doing interesting things. And then the other is a tiny little startup called Royal who only a week ago unveiled a foldable phone of its own. So there's a lot of competitors snapping to find competing quite aggressively to find what the next big thing will be

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Study: Ocean warming suggests faster climate change timetable

Climate Cast

06:27 min | 3 years ago

Study: Ocean warming suggests faster climate change timetable

"Support for climate cast comes from Bank of America financing clean energy initiatives and advancements in renewable energy and spurring innovation in and the growth of environmentally focused companies markets and jobs Bank of America, NA member FDIC gross climate, scientists no more than ninety percent of earth's warming has been going into the oceans, what has changed with this study. It's been on for while the most of it goes there, but how much is that? And they have up to our estimates of what that total amount is by a considerable amount. And is this a matter of better ways to measure that contribution the Argo floats that we see in the ocean that no has deployed. How are we getting these new numbers? So obviously the oceans are hard to measure, especially at depth. And what these researchers did is they inferred how much they've warmed up by the response of the atmosphere because when the ocean heats up it releases gases, so that's what they actually measured. And so it's a separate way of measuring the warming of the ocean. This paper seems to point. Out that the oceans have been a carbon sink, we know that that store carbon. But that that carbon can be released back into the atmosphere is that one of the takeaways. I don't think that's the principal concern the oceans are central in the carbon system, but what's happening here is that the oceans are also sort of thermal repository, they they take in heat, and there's an nursery there on terms of when they express that fully in a way that we would notice. And so with the researchers are are saying is that they've been taking up more than we think, and that means that more of the total heat. It's getting trapped by comedy sticking around in the your system. Maybe not where we thought maybe in some cases, buried deep deep in the ocean. But it's there, and it's going to have an impact. And we might still be waiting for part of the impact talk about the scientists who did this work. Are they considered to be among the top folks in the field? We did a number of interviews and comments. For this story on not only with the researchers scientists at Princeton and scripts institution, though, Chicago and others, but with their peers outside commenters who are not directly involved in the research, and we got a lot of praise for this study. We didn't get anyone saying this is bad work. And at the same time, we got a lot of concern saying, this is bad news from other scientists Chris is, you know, many scientists have been critical that the IPC reports are too conservative in their predictions for warming is this another piece of evidence that supports faster warming scenario. It supports a faster warming scenario. We can't take one piece of evidence as these story the strength of the reports is that they look at all evidence. And so you will get a future ABC report that will be weighing this against all the other evidence. And in fact, this study is in dialogue with the work of the IPC. It's actually saying that the. The last one of their reports the SEC is the UN body that is the official assessor of the state of climate science. What this study is saying is the IPC put out this number for how much the oceans are warming. Well, we think it's off by sixty percent. And so the IBC's the next time is going to have to take that into account and explain why it's wrong or else update its conclusion, you said you've talked to some scientists about this study. What's the reaction been the reaction is two things one? It's a very good and clever way to try to independently test. How much the oceans of warmth since that's kind of a key issue in the Oklahoma change debate. But it difficult one. And then two if it's right, then yes, this is an upgrading of our a level of concern because it means things might be farther along than we think have you had time to talk about this with any policymakers in Washington nod at this time, the study's been out for a couple of hours in general. We do try to bounce, you know, found so what we're hearing. About the state of climate science off of not just other scientists and to go to the and other places for comment. I recently did a panel with the administrator of NASA Breitenstein, and he actually accepts human caused climate change, and is sort of drawn a con not in maybe intentionally, but there's a contrast that's been shown between him and other members of the Trump administration because of that. So we definitely talk the policymakers. But in this particular case, I haven't seen any policymaker reaction at this time. I'm thinking of the medical studies that come out in Chris you, and I watch these studies come out on different elements of climate science as news consumers and voters. What are we to make of each new significant study like this as a reporter, how do you think about that? You know, it's it's always the difficulty. We don't cover every study. We don't remotely coverage study. They're far too many at the same time. If you've been doing this long enough you. Get to know when a studies really weighty, really significant. I would say that this one had that feel to it. But it's rare. But it does happen, you know, in, and I think that for what we try to do is we try to put the studies in context of of what we know and other findings and try to explain how knowledge is evolving in this case, what's basically happening is we're still trying to understand we aren't fully sure just exactly how much warming we're going to get forgiven level of carbon monoxide. That's that's one of the, you know, still alive issue in the climate change debate. And that's, but we also know that were quite close to certain targets like one point five degrees celsius warming in two degree celsius warming. And so we're still trying to figure out how much time how many emissions intil. Gone what some people would say too far. And this is a study that definitely informs that question. So big picture elevator speech for this study. What would you say? The biggest takeaways are the ocean is a enormous repository of heat. And it's the number one place that global warming is reflected, but we've had a hard time getting a full sense of the scale of that impact. Now, we're learning that impact could be could be quite large larger than we thought. And that it might be something that steers the whole planet faster than we thought towards higher levels warming. Chris Mooney with the Washington Post. A great insight today. Thanks for sharing your reporting. Good to talk to you.

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Bond 25 May Be Eyeing A Female Villain

The Fandom Podcast

01:43 min | 3 years ago

Bond 25 May Be Eyeing A Female Villain

"They were trying to he didn't believe him but anyway it's still a we know yep yep okay so that is that is the big news moving onto our next category are under the radar are under the radar category news is not as not being reported as much as it may be should be so it looks like danny boyle is going to do something a little different on bond twenty five according to the mirror the knicks the next big bad bond villain is going to be a woman so i mean there have been plenty of bond girls there have been plenty of bad bonn girls but not like the main villain in so it looks like either held him bonham carter or dwell just way angelina jolie are up for the role can we get third opinion of them we know that means that means the bond boy for better for lack of a better term because we've had von girls we have to have fun boys because they can't call them bodman anyway the bond boy is going to be johnny depp and i don't know not anymore it's helena bonham carter and johnny depp have kinda gone their separate ways they've also not tim burton directed bond film so we don't need that plus johnny depp did not appear in harry potter intil they made another series about it and helena bonham carter and johnny depp having appeared in harry potter either together i forgot about i honestly for homebound carter was in harry potter.

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China to allow full foreign ownership in auto industry

02:04 min | 4 years ago

China to allow full foreign ownership in auto industry

"I'm david brancaccio in new york china announced plans today to allow full foreign ownership of automakers within five years this eases one point of tension with trump administration and other trade partners marketplace's china correspondent jennifer pag joins us from shanghai hi jennifer hi david intil now and these new rules what was the state of play with us well china's started decades behind the us and the rest of the developed world in the auto industry so in order to give local carmakers time to catch up the chinese government created a fifty fifty rule any foreign brands who want to manufacture and sell their cars in china they must do a fifty fifty joint venture with a domestic company now they say that within five years these rules will be scrapped right wide scrap now here in two thousand eighteen what's prompting this well actually this news was announced a long time ago but the timeline was always a bit fuzzy and now with the threat of more us tariff some analysts think that this might have forced officials in china declare defy and in some cases speed up the timeline of some of these reforms however there are other analysts who believe this move was inevitable you see the biggest worry amongst american companies is that they would be forced or have been forced to hand over technology and intellectual property to their chinese competitor the fear was that the chinese would then in turn use that technology to create a globally competitive car company which hasn't happened here's what an ex chrysler executive who now runs his own consulting firm bill russo told me in the thirty plus years of the automotive industry policy precisely none of those brands zero of them have become globally competitive car companies so he says the policy has failed to make chinese car companies competitive so it had to go but jennifer would it be naive to assume that there will soon i know within five years be a level playing field for non chinese car companies in china yes very naive american business groups complained that the rules are still pretty opaque here let's take electric vehicles for example now some companies were set to manufacturer electric car batteries but then they didn't get a government licensed to produce that so the.

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