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"jek" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Free thought live welcome back to the program. Thanks for listening and feeling in everybody. In the studio tonight. It's myself, the captain, it's in. And nobody our toll free number is 8554503733. If you'd like to join in the conversation. We were talking about more and even more strict lockdowns in California. And, you know, tonight we've been talking about covert things and vaccine related things and mass related things. And I wanted to ask a question of you guys. Yeah, you here in the studio, not listeners, too, I guess, but I just had this crazy idea in my head about possibly charging people who are masked to talk to me. Explain that if you're unmasked, you get to talk to me for free. But if you're wearing a mask of talking to me, I am gonna have to charge charge. You have to charge you 20 bucks for that. And that's because it's harder to hear them or you're just frustrated by it or well, because we're you know the libertarian types, right? The anarchist type the free market types. You know, we should be using the free market to help us make our decisions. Right. So I think Masking is a dumb idea. I don't think you know I'm on the side where it says. Hey, the mask don't really do anything to help, you know, Call the spread, or, you know So I'm like, Is there a way that I could like, you know if I were a T shirt that said something like, you know, talking to me, unmasked is free. But talking me with your mask on will cost you 20 bucks or something like that. Or if somebody tries to talk to me with their mask, and I can hand them a card that says Talking, we unmasked is free. But if you're going to continue talking to me with your mask on, it's going to cost you 20 bucks and just use the market to sort of avert the mass keys. So the idea would be that they would then be incentivized to take the mask down in order to speak to you for free. Yes, Yeah. Gotcha. Yeah. Okay. I mean, why not? Is that a viable thing? Is that nothing A guy can pull. I don't think so. Well, I mean, it's something that if you insist on it will definitely prevent them from talking to you. I'm sure mostly, I mean, for example, if I go on last into a grocery store And somebody confronts me about wearing a mask in there wearing a mask and I just go. Hey, Sorry I can't talk is that happened to you? Have you been confronted in a grocery store? No, I mean, yeah. If I go into a store people like I do have a mouse that's happened to you. Yeah, Okay. You know, I guess they said that to me a woman and you go, I medically exempt or whatever, Or you just say no, thank you. Yeah, but what I'm saying is like that would be a new and different way to deal with that is to say, Oh, you know, I could talk to you if you take the mask off. But if you leave the mask on, you want to talk to me, It's gonna cost you 20 bucks. I'm happy to talk to you. But it's gonna cost you 20 bucks. You should try that. Uh, e should be like man on the street. Take video with that, you know, well, it wouldn't be on the street. It would be inside someone's business, and I get uncomfortable recording video inside some business without permission there only certain circumstances under which I would do it by just default. I won't do it because it is a private business. Like If the cops were arresting somebody inside Wal Mart, I'd probably go ahead and before that, if the business that you go into, says Somewhere on the business of these premises are being video recorded. Then I feel like it's okay for me to also record on their premises. I mean, there's an argument for that. I just don't feel like legally. Actually, it is because the place where you can't record is where people have an expectation of privacy. And winner signs already posted that pierces the expectation of privacy. Yeah, just to me as somebody who has a high respect for private property, and I'm not saying you don't, but I just don't feel right without asking the owner's permission or the manager on duty is munitions. So like I won't go in and just record You know, even if there's something innocuous going on that they shouldn't be ashamed of, or whatever. I mean, it's one thing If the business is like ripping people off, and it's you know, the news team eight goes in with a hidden camera to, you know, prove that this is team assemble. All right, you know that. You know, Johnny's card car repair shop is actually ripping off old ladies. In that case, I fully support You know, recording in the business without permission, But just just on average, I think it has to really rise above. I was just hoping that the free market could provide us a solution to get around the mass keys. Well, I think that it's it is a market choice. To some extent. It's just that most people do it because they're told to in their obedience. That's a sad thing. But I forget who it was. It was suggesting this that just just ask people to take it down. To say, Could you take that off? Well, what? I can't hear you What a reasonable approach right and I tried it a couple times, and it worked. I do have a hard time with it, though. You know, like I was. Where was I was at a hardware store. I won't. I won't mention the name of it because I don't give anybody any free advertising. But the cashiers, of course, were all masked up, You know? And I'm sorry. What? So ever and they're trying to up sell you the extended warranty thing or whatever, you know. And I'm like, I can't understand you. I'm sorry. And there behind this big piece of plexiglass. That's worse. And so the way it was a girl, she finally takes down. She's like extended warranty. Yes or no? No okay, and she puts the mask back. She's behind this plexiglass. So you know I don't know. It's so so stupid. I Yeah. Don't deal with it. It happened today. I was sitting in thirsty al, which is local bar here that takes crypto currency having some bread for them back in there since they kicked me and Riley up, and that sucks They anyway, they were wearing masks. Of course, the cashier. They'll let me be clear. They kicked us out for not wearing masks, right? The bartenders there was wearing a mask. And while I was sitting there having my breakfast, there were no fewer than And it was a long way because they were backed up with to go orders and the reason why is because there's a ton of these door dash. People coming in, like I'm telling you, there were seven door dash people that came in there and they're only like two people in the bar. So they're hustling, getting trying to get food out for these people and one of the door dash, guys, you know, they come in and they say what the names are there Picking up for S O, he said, was like day, even Brian or something. Just Ryan. No, Brian, Brian, and it was just they weren't far away from each other. She was like, within three or 4 ft of this guy, and she could not understand what word this guy was saying, because he had this damn mask on. It just gets in the way and then on top of that you got now with, you know, nobody had mentioned going Tol to court for something earlier and I didn't get a chance. Tonto Jek, but it's like I actually attended a court hearing today for the first time in a long time. Not it wasn't for me. But I was listening Tohono friend of ours, who was in quote that's one right joked I was going to call in and play after the police over my my phone because it's publicly accessible. Now whether they would come after you for contempt of court charge in that case is another question. But this was just like your typical You know, open conference call where zoom session or some right. We accept it was phones so they didn't have like a high quality sound. It was just everybody's calling in over the phone, And so it was just your typical cluster F where you know words. They're cutting out. Somebody's talking over somebody else. And you know you can't Sample better than a bump it better. But it was ridiculous. And you know, to some extent was amusing because like there's there's some ups to this right Because now you can actually drink in court. Now you can actually get high While you're in court. You could be blazing as you're talking to the judge in court, and he would have no idea unless, of course you're s face right? Pretty obvious. Butter If you mention it. That too. Or if you re tempting you forget to meet your phone while you're taking the bodies enough. Yeah. So you know, that's one of the positive sides of it. But and also another positive side. It's like this judge is no longer in control of his courtroom. Not in the way that he's used to write. So, like normally, you know, if you step out of line in court, you're gonna get arrested for contempt. Yeah, that gavel doesn't have any thugs that can come to your come to your house. Well, they will come to your house..
Mueller report recounts 10 'episodes' involving Trump and questions of obstruction
"Special counsel Robert Muller's report into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign is now in the hands of congress and the American public. But while the investigation is over the nearly four hundred fifty page report is creating more questions. Bob Costantini reports from the White House attorney general bars statement based on the molar report out that while it was quite clear. Russia's internet research agency, affiliated with the Putin government trying to influence the campaign in favor of Donald Trump. Indeed as the report states, quote, the investigation did not identify evidence that any US person knowingly or intentionally coordinated with the IRA's interference operation, unquote. Put another way the special counsel found. No collusion. The report itself suggest the June two thousand sixteen meeting at Trump Tower arranged by Donald from junior with Russians claiming to have dirt on Hillary Clinton was one of many contacts studied under what's commonly referred to as collusion. Otherwise, quote, the Russian contacts consisted of business. Actions offers of assistance to the campaign invitations for candidate Trump and Putin to meet in person invitations for campaign officials and representatives of the Russian government to meet and policy positions seeking improved US Russian relations in quote, President Trump's initial public reaction was breath during an event hosting wounded warriors here and they're having a good day. I'm having to do it was called, no collusion. No obstruction. The attorney general Robert Muller handed off the idea of whether the president or someone close to him tried to obstruct Justice in the Russia investigation after finding ten potential episodes. Although the deputy attorney general disagreed with some of the special counsels legal theories and felt that some of the episodes examined did not amount to obstruction as a matter of law. We did not realize solely on that. In making our decision. Democrats on Capitol Hill will certainly try to look at those episodes further including the firing of James Comey and some of the president's tweets urging potential witnesses to not rat on him related to the obstruction of Justice aspect of the Muller reports bar over this bit of empathy for President Trump. There is substantial evidence to show that the president was frustrated and angered by his sincere belief that the investigation was undermining his presidency propelled by his political opponents and fuelled by illegal leaks. Robert Mueller lifted up. Bar deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein to look into whether the president or someone close to him could have engaged in obstruction of Justice. They decided no among the obstruction of Justice lines of inquiry Muller mentioned in the report are the firing of James Comey attempts to influence witnesses and the president's order to White House counsel dumb again that he tell deputy AG rod Rosenstein, the fire Muller Mcgann who spoke with the team for as much as thirty hours apparently refused to do. So in an effort to save the president from an appearance of structure of Justice add to that the alleged efforts by the president ticket. Michael Cohen to stay loyal once Cohen head criminal legal problems in New York Muller ends with a hint for congress to decide if it should charge the president with obstruction on the way tomorrow Lago. President Trump tweeted from Air Force One I had the right to end the whole witch hunt. If I wanted I have fired everyone, including Muller if I wanted I chose not to I had the right to use executive privilege. I didn't however the report makes a point of comment regarding obstruction. The president's to influence the investigation were mostly unsuccessful. But that is largely because the persons who surrounded the president declined to carry out orders or accede to his requests. And now it's up to congress to take the next step. Linda Kenyon, has the view from Capitol Hill. Michael if you thought it was over thank again special counsel made clear that he did not exonerate the president, and the responsibility now falls to congress told the president accountable for his actions. That's Representative Jerrold Nadler, the powerful chairman of the House Judiciary committee. He's leading one of the many investigations that will continue in the wake of the mullahs report. A report that found no collusion, but did not absolve President Trump of obstruction of Justice attorney general William bar who presented the report at a news conference was roundly criticized by many Democrats, including Nadler who said bar was far from Jek give bars words and actions suggest he has been disingenuous and misleading in saying the president is clear of wrongdoing. Nadler says the redacted Muller report is clear the President Trump. Committed multiple misdeeds report outlines disturbing evidence that President Trump engaged in obstruction of Justice and other misconduct. Senator Richard Blumenthal. A member of the Senate Judiciary committee says the misconduct on the part of the president is stunning. But that's only part of the story. Details in this report about the Russian attack on our democracy are truly chilling also calls into question, the objectivity of the attorney general Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, one of the only Republicans to make any public comment on the release of the mullahs report depicted, the attorney general the special counsel, and the deputy attorney general as beyond reproach all three of them about as close to a-political as you can imagine strong disagreement from Adam Schiff, the chairman of the house intelligence committee. Attorney general did a grave disservice to the country by misrepresenting significant parts of the mullahs report and shift says the attorney general also blast over the actions of the president of the United States there. Unquestionably
"jek" Discussed on The Bio Report
"This is being offered for someone who would like to learn to genetically modify animals what comes in a kit. So the kid comes with frogs and all the materials you need to genetically modify them. So what purpose of this kit is is when you think about the amount of people that have had access to genetic engineering technology, genetically modifying animals or human. You're talking in the world, maybe thousands of people if you're lucky maybe hens thousand people so the lack of training and experience that people have had in this area is sounding especially when you're a lot of people say genetic engineering in gene therapy is going to be one of the most powerful technologies of our time. So what we're trying to do is we're trying to put the resources and knowledge into the hands of people. So that they can actually learn how to do genetic engineering hands on. So they have an intuition for how the process works can build off of it and do other awesome things like most of our customer. Are from schools. So you can imagine that like having schools having high school students in college students. Learn about this stuff is invaluable. And why is that a good thing? Why people learning about how to use genetic engineering and gene therapy? A good thing. Well, obviously, if we want as a society to be able to create drugs that help people create, you know, crops and other things that can help the world, you need people who understand and know how to use the technology. If people don't understand know how to use the technology if they don't have the proper education, and how to use it people aren't going to be able to innovate. People aren't going to be able to create things that will help people and that'll be a loss for everyone. When the kid arrives at someone's home. What are they actually do? What do people do at the kid? They actually use it. Oh, so the kit comes with instructions on exactly how to go through the whole process so detailed instructions that's help people. You'll how to handle the animal how to feed them how to work with them. How to do everything? The fastest of genetic engineering and gene therapy is actually fairly simple for humans and animals and usually just involved in Jek tion of the gene therapy into the organism to see the effect of the, you know, the DNA or the virus or whatever the case of fraud kits. What is the editing? They're actually doing. So the front gets. There's not actually gene editing taking place per se. So it's a type of gene therapy. That is not as common in lesser known..
"jek" Discussed on Threedom
"How long did it last? I wonder lasted a while. They made a big push for Zima. They've really really really around. I think I I want to try it again. I I don't feel like I've had one twenty years. I think it'd be good. Have you watched not related have? You watched the Steve Martin and Martin shorts. But not yet I really liked to. I saw them do a when Martin shorts book came out when you have a book coming out. I guess you do these their events that you do around town where you readings of it or or or some stuff like there's why are you acting like this? I'm trying to I'm trying to say what it is to myself. I'm trying to figure it out. But there's like eight not in bookstores. I mean like in a theater there is like LA times books or something puts on the. But I can't remember what Hodgman did one of those at the. So I went to this one where Martin short had his book come out, and they're like, oh, Steve Martin is going to host this one. And I was like, well, then I'm going to go see this. And it was so funny because it was basically Steve Martin knowing he had to ask Martin short questions and then coming up with Joe questions that were all like jokes at all stuff. Like he would do on the Academy Awards or whatever it would like start off like a question. And then have a Zinger at the end, you know, when you hosted the Oscars, it was I remember it being so funny. Yeah. I remember the jokes being really good. And then it never was good again floss cours ever. Yeah. Well, I feel like I feel like the jokes are are the one I remember is same over and over and over again, the one I remember is a set still have things to say now, Eat Drink, Man woman. Wanna say, no, no he was talking about the movie eat drink. Ben not Jek twenty four. Twenty four. Eat Drink Man woman joke. That's the job. He was saying and the movie Eat Drink Man woman came out this year, or which is also would Arnold Schwarzenegger said to Maria Shriver on their first date. Well, now, you're just proving my point, okay? He was great though. He was also thought they had a missed opportunity. They should've called it. Steve Martin short. Maybe I just like will fortune too much. Yeah before and after you are both on your phone right now. We're trying to take a millennial star talk about Scott. Don't worry Scott. This is mill pert husky Paul just sent me. This is a big baby. And he's with a little husky. Okay. Lauren is showing an Instagram. I guess of a baby it's doing that British babies think everyone needs to know. It's loading very slow. You have a British accent like good q. It gets. Million Rupert's journey. Okay. Thanks for that lower loading. So I'm sorry. One of the things that I love that. You just showed us a fat guy. Well, I think. Don't say who it is. Because I I'll show you picture of someone fat. And then a dog. What do we do? Where'd you? Come maybe fat guy dog baby. I Don dog. Yeah. A feature where you have to be given up to come up with a baby back or a dog's name. How about I'll do it right now. Okay. Okay. Albert dog baby. Pat guy over our coupon. He's right. He's right area. Let me think of one bastard. Of course. Let me do why narrate chance. Fat guy Chanuka. Yeah. Okay. Here's one. Boss. Baby about me. All right. Lip that lip from the far side that guy. That's right. All right. Here's here's my fucker side. Yeah. Isn't he fireside? The cartoon. I forgot that. There was this Aban. Yeah. Spell differently you or the far side ph AR. Robert. Fat guy dog or baby. At robert. Rob or Robert dog? Say baby. Back as a dog. Hell I just picked dog's name named rubber God. That's why we play right? I love located. Okay. Santa Claus so shit. This is the folk in tough wall dog bed. Dog. Bitch is a good name for a dog. It's adult, man. What's your talk? You saying it's a bench. I ask some questions. All right. We gotta take a break. We'll be right back..
"jek" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"They win at Chicago home to Philly at home to San Francisco on the other side of the coin there's a stumbled called in the air. They're gonna run the table. But if they especially if they get the first two they get past the first two they'll get the last two, but I say run the table j. Yeah, they're running the table home field. Row for that. All right in the fourth quarter of the clippers loss yesterday in Dallas Patrick Beverley was Jek did after he threw the ball at a fan sitting in the front row. According to Beverly the fan continuously insulted his mother Beverly said the Mavs fan twice told him, quote, f your mother Jeanne, quote leading to his reaction in Jek shin afterwards, Beverly said this, quote, I just I mean, I can accept the F you Beverly the F you Pat, but it's outta line. When you bring in my mother, anybody who knows me man knows I'm a family. I guy and quote, Beverly further said that after the fan did it the first time he told the refs he told clipper security, he told Mavs security, and nobody did anything. So he felt like if nobody was going to do anything he had to try and shut the guy up did Patrick Beverley deserve to get thrown out for this. And before let me shed a little light. I thought when I read this story that he took the ball and threw a baseball pass at the guy. Absolutely didn't spun a chest pass. Adam like, not a hard throw at all. Just like took the ball and went like, hey, man, like through like a bounce pass to him like put a sock in it. And they threw him out right away. Did you deserve to get thrown out? Yes. Has to be thrown out. Why? Well, this is your analogy about keeping everything inside the pool. You cannot step or do anything that affects anything outside the pool. Unfortunately, you have to deal with. It's unfortunate the security wouldn't handle the situation or the refs wouldn't stick around handle the situation. But you still can't throw no matter how soft or hard a pass at. Fan. Okay. You're you're half. Right. They did need your check Beverly. But what they didn't do was gypped the fan. And I am I am team. Beverly on me to that guy should have been thrown out immediately. What's wrong with and by the way? He I mean if I'm had a courtside seat if I'm paying for the seat next to him. He's affected my experience. I don't want to put a sock in it, man. And and by the way, if I'm the NBA when I agree with you. You have to throw them out. You have to have rules about any interaction with fans and Beverly crossed the line. But I do not find him. I do not hand him an additional fine. He's going to get a fine. I. You get off medically find for whatever an injection costs. Yep. But I do not find him after learning. What I know. Now that fan was outta line. Beverly and when you see it, I think you'll go. Oh, that's nothing. But you're right. That you've got to have rules about interacting with fans like the way he did. So I understand why the elected him, but they screwed up when they didn't throw the fan out. And I hope the NBA does not find Beverly in addition to what he got fined for the ejection. I agree with you. False recheck in their John. I'm going to play a little NFL this or that. Thank you, very much mostly.
"jek" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"You didn't ask for is the same thing as when like someone else be sub tweeting like, oh, I didn't like the celebrity in this movie, and then someone will come along. And at liberties like excuse me that person wasn't trying to be bitchy to that person. They were just enjoying their bitchiness. And right have made to people's day worse. Yeah. Making sure that like an moments or the same thing. It's like if I wanted to be in a moment, I would be in a moment. Ten years ago were just like hating and private and now, it's all. If you wanna hate on something get a podcast complain about it weekly next up cake, frosting, Chelsea Peretti, Instagram, how she eats cake, which is directly around the frosting. And you you tweeted that you hate frosting proud of her for standing up for this. What is your beef? I want you to defend this phenomenon that Chelsea Peretti started ruins cake. You need it you just bad frosting. Then there are better frostings. I will give you that. Right there frostings that are better than others. But I'm also most happy with no frosting. I guess. Yeah. I'm just not big sweets person. So I like a like a moist buttery cake, but not I'll just eat around the frosting the sugar. True. We we've come full circle we started with I don't sweep chicken. Yeah. Sweetcake sugar. Arby's arby's. What did I did? I tweet about throwing up. Yes. Yes. Explain explain the story. So I broke my arm half the bones in my hand, I had to have surgery, and I've always hated arby's. I when I. As of yet. These two thoughts are. To come together. We weren't allowed to have like fast food or sugar or anything like that is kids, and my mom would never like she might. We might get McDonald's. Every now, and then but never arby's. Never. So I thought arby's must be amazing. My mother's keeping it for me when I finally headed. I was like, oh, this is disgusting. I can't believe I waited so long to have arby's. I truly truly hate it. So I had surgery after I broke my arm for whatever reason I thought I lived homeless name of the hospital on central in Evanston. But you know, what I'm talking about? I lived down the street. So I thought I would get my surgery and walk home. And they were like no somewhat has to pick you up like, no, no, it's fine. I live right down the street cut to be after surgery. I was so high. I have no memory of this. My friend came to pick me up. She was like, I don't think you should walk home. She goes you refuse to get dressed. I was just walking around naked and the nurse was like chasing me around with close. I was so high. So she didn't even wanna take me to my house because she was like you can't handle yourself right now. So she. Took me to her house, and I'm just like high laying on her couch and arby's commercial came on. And I opened my mouth to say, I hate arby's et. Instead of those words coming out per Jek dial vomited over her entire living issued like dud such a nice thing picking me up for surgery taking me to her house, and I threw up all of it hit the television. Like that is how strongly I hate arby's like now everytime. Arby's commercial close by is. It's just the mere thought of arby's that unconsciously subconsciously mere thought of arby's and a lot of drugs. All right one more elf on shelf. This is my favorite tweet because I feel like encapsulates you very very well in two thousand fourteen you tweeted in addition to stem, racism, an era, the white people wanting to dictate the terms on which we fight. I also hate L. That is me a hundred forty characters. You know, what L finest? Now L shell is a white snitch who sits and watches you. I think it's like introducing children to the idea of the police a deep state. Yeah. I hate it. It's like it's kind of shitty..
Explainer 138: What does the Wentworth by-election mean for Australias conservatives?
"John Morrison, deuce wave willing chilly. So the people of the strike in the office of prime minister and all be August Morrison became a strenuous forty. Seventh prime minister in the last three months, something like that. Anyway, it's getting tough to keep up his chances of staying in office long enough to enjoy any redecoration. He may have requested took a significant dip at the weekend when he's party contrived to lose a by-election for one of the safest seats in the country and in so doing to the coalition, they lead into a minority government. I knew there would be tough ties, and there would be great dice today is a tough day, but the great dies are coming. Resulted? I is on liberals not on dive sham. The federal electorate of windless embraces several of the richest suburbs of Sydney, the most expensive city in one of the world's wealthiest countries Wentworth has been a look for the liberal party that Morrison leads since that party was founded in nineteen forty four, you'll reminder that Australia's liberal party is actually straights conservative party and for the liberals ancestor parties all the way back to a strenuous first general election in nineteen o one the MP who've AK aided the seat was Morrison's, immediate predescessor as prime minister. Malcolm Turnbull who as recently as two thousand sixteen, retain the seat with sixty two percent of the vote. So the liberal party should know more lose Wentworth than a strenuous cricket. Team should lose a test match to Greenland bellarusse, but lose it. They have and they're tiny parliamentary majority with it. One, the c would make history and my friends, we have made history. With sufficient time having now elapsed to Dan, those torrents of Sheldon for delays tiers of lofta the questions of how and why must be addressed. The liberals loss of Wentworth is a consequence of hubris. Specifically, the kind of complacency that can sit in when you've held a seat for a hundred seventeen years. The candidate they stood was a solid if uninspiring technocrat, who doesn't even live in Wentworth. Although in Dave shamans defense, few people can't afford to. It's the kind of place where even Malcolm Turnbull splendid. Harbourside pile doesn't seem untoward -ly Austin, Texas, and he'd been reluctant to relocate to the prime minister's official residence because he didn't want to move to smaller house. A contemptible has offered to stay in his fifty million dollar plus homicide mansion rather than move into the official Sydney residents curability house. The prime minister said his own house is closer to his grandson, and that he and his wife will use cure villi flu official functions and that sort of get up that, what do you think? But to criticize the liberals choice of candidate is to say nothing of the monstrous blundered caused the by election in the first. Place, which was the liberal party's decision to oust turn before the end of his term in an attempt to bathe in a more popular newly before the next general election ju by may two thousand nineteen if opinion polls, and now went worth, are any guide. The liberals have committed the Aira recently endemic industry in politics of chosing alita better liked by these Ellas party hardcore than by a bewildered voting public. Which brings us to what might be gleaned from went with choice of new MP. The by election in windward. She is Karen Phelps previously president of the astray in medical association and deputy Lord male Sydney, she stood for Wentworth. It should be made clear as an independent. The world has not turned entirely upside down and the liberals losing Wentworth to labor would not merely be like a stroke. Cricket team losing test match to Greenland or Belarus, but to Greenland or Bila Russa's basketball scored. But it's what Phillips believes and perhaps who Philps is, which suggests that the liberal party might have misjudged the direction in which the wind is blowing. The liberal party has long banked usually correctly on the idea that forest Reagan's economic conservatism and social conservatism of the same thing. The voters of Wentworth are begging to differ VO they are as unlikely as ever to hoist. The scarlet standard. Join a chorus of the Internationale and begin distributing this bay yacht factory workers. They've just elected gay woman who's policy priorities are climate change, and the fate of asylum seekers marooned on the rue industry is offshore holding facility. Young people, any women, any sparring independence out there? If you are thinking of running from parliament or running for public office? Yes, incumbent tough. Yes. The road can be hard, but it is so worth while that we have the right people stepping up to represent string. Now, only just governing party has me and months to get a more persuasive act together else, spare a thought for observers, Austrailia, politics, who will find themselves confronting these sixth occupant of the prime minister's office this decade and with all the jokes about revolving doors and the Jek deceits already long since done for monocle twenty four. I'm Andrew.
"jek" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"Mm-hmm. Famous fill ratio, and let me say. Account treasurer or something, not yet Geno. This is Margaret Craig general given Sean and Dickman. Now I'm Linda, his Bill. What was your question was like west who is a contractor? He did. He did sound tad eastern European, didn't he? He's the host of a new podcast. Gonna podcast one. It's about serial killers. Yeah. What's the whole eastern European Dracula you know, which is correct pronunciation by the way. Well, you're talking about man, you call him drek hula. No, you don't call if you're making this uptick, but so I hope we got. I swear Drik hula. Yeah, I heard. On a TV show. What TV show. Did you hear that? On? Creature features get outta here, creature features, whatever drac hula Dracula the guy exists. So get a phone call for the by the way you're mispronouncing my name. He can't really be sure them just goes their Halloween. You're trying to get all vampire enough. Well, you know something. There are stranger things in heaven on earth. Then we dare think of. I'm Margaret grey. What are you talking about? I think there are a lot of things that are very possible. We're going to talk about the possible tonight and he's going to be all that spooky. We're gonna be talking first of all about, don't you have some thoughts on the Harvey. Wean seen Harvey what Weyermann not hard. That's our man. Harvey wherever I know I know at blue Harvey Weinstein, weans the, I don't know how it's pronounced, but I'm pretty sure. First of all, my husband Frank had a party object bun worth. Do you know the name. I'm afraid. I don't know what about. You know, I don't know. Jek pun worth. Well, apparently you you say you're in show businesses. Phil, what's the story? Margaret? You don't know the name, Jack bunt worth. He produced some of the anyway. Jack. What do you say? Jek bun worth put his hands all over. You. You know something, this is a deadly serious business. I understand it as it. So if Jack bun worth exists exists and he put his paws on me. Now I'm not trying to make light of the Weinstein situation. I'm certainly not trying to make light of that. I'm letting you know that while I did not have contact with Harvey Weinstein, I'm sorry. Harvey Weyermann is an attorney who is one of our contributors folks has got nothing to do. Harvey Weinstein is his name, right? I thought it was weaned steam that could be wrong. I thought it was weaned steam. You're, you're gonna get in trouble because people really pissed off the jokes are being made about this stuff. What do you mean? Your guys are going to get in trouble? You are. Dench coordin- got in trouble a lot of people late night guys getting trouble because they were trying to make gigs out of this thing. So be very, very careful. I'm not making a joke out of it. I'm talking about. I don't want to talk about the Harvey Weinstein. I wanna talk about Jack bunt worth now who is jet Butterworth the only one of the hottest producers, wow, she's nobody's heard of Jack bun worth will. Yes, people have heard of Jack Butterworth just you clowns. Haven't excuse my language. All right. All right. So we haven't right well when I was a young. All gene. All right. You know what that word means? Yes, Margaret, I do. What's it mean. Margaret? What are you trying to test us? Just because you don't French words the, we don't. I great. It means go ahead. Young in engineering down..
"jek" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"You must show up in your best, your best fitness self right on any any endeavor, which, which means that you have strength that you have flexibility. You have good a good core because you know you're not gonna have a good balance and in many, okay, Asians, so you must. You must show up as your best fitness self, but but you should understand what you're under taking and the different training for that. So that's the physicality you don't just climb with you. Surely must engage a mental process. Not just I'm seeing doing it, but the doctor compulsively attest this in may have touched already. If I'm a complete nutcase on, I turn up say, I'm going to go and do this mountain thing. You know, my mentality is nowhere near where it should be is the kind of of a dial everything down and become thoughtful or do have to have different. Or slightly, but yet different approach than that, so fear plays. An important role. You know, it's an obvious mechanism that tells you something is wrong, and you know kicks in when it needs to kick in, but it can also it can also be a devil's advocate and do the wrong thing to so. So I've seen people use fear as an excuse to, and you know some of these at some of these expeditions are six weeks, right? This is a long time. Yes. So people start to psych themselves out. They start to see like bad weather. They start to see like avalanches. They start to like, remember, you know, hey, how do you control it? Because you call control this, the weather systems, you can't control how the mountains going to behave that day. So the thing you can't control is what goes off in here. You've got to have a really strong focus in a mental. You know, you know mental fortitude that that keeps your focus, you know where it should be, which is, you know, on on the objective. Now whether is is just wild card. So you know that reading is all over the place, but I've seen people start to spread fear about the weather looks bad and it keeps looking bad and they'll be no summit. And you know, they start to talk themselves out of a summit almost than they start to remember an anniversary back home and how they gotta get home. And then they start to develop illnesses and suddenly like, you know, their heads not here and when their heads not here, they're not here. So going home when speaking of fear. So part of your training doctor is, you know, I guess they call it a bedside manner, but it's really psychology if you think about it, it's like it's pretty much getting into a patient's head and allowing them to let you do your job. Do you how much do you use when you're when you're guiding someone or or instructing or helping someone on a tour? How much of that do you actually use when it comes to what? What Vanessa? Was talking about people who might site themselves out or or get afraid, or freak out or something like that. Ton tell. We do. Large amount. Motivation and dressing fear is is is fundamental to what people have to face in the physical part of it. You can. You can manage the mental part of it is something that's it's, you have to kind of cokes people into believing themselves and buying that calm and translating that to to success. And I think that it probably represents most what we do is as guide as a guide to get people to their objective into enjoy where they are in, not just of Jek, but process and the whole, the whole trip is more important to me than just the summit and trying to relate that to people's really, really difficult. And when he can get through it and people identify their fear and and their weaknesses, they overcome that they're usually successful sell before you go. As a physician. Vanessa has given me the impression that every time she summited she's learned something she's face something different of you protest in the similar way has high altitude mountaineering taught you any medical lessons of you found things that you probably wouldn't have found said, had you'd stay closer to see level. Was sure. I mean, it's it's like any any experience, the more the more experience you have.
"jek" Discussed on Shut Up & Sit Down
"I'm looking for what's play more like with sorta game where we had a game of it, and we're like, oh, this is a really like we try to organize a Saturday afternoon or something. It's lovely like less to full campaign because you can. We did a mission which was three little places beyond entire together, late five and like, and they get increasingly harder because then you have like every time you get this turn up. That's another elite guard maybe happens next game. Yeah, precisely the bag of God's stays. The same set means you're gonna have hard on how to God's his. The nice thing about alita which was like a rule which made me think. I think this game might be good. You know, when you read your manual go, I think this might be good is the rule that like normal God's a walk around and if they won't pass them Jek tiv- the needs protecting in placement of gun placement, they'll stick onto it number. Actually, there's no guarding this. I'm going to God this a nearly guts, just keep on him. God, things I go. People to go. Commando is to look out for which was. Like that's cool. Elite guards, unless here looking to get stabbed in the back, I'm gonna find me a British man. That's good. Man. I'm I would play this. A weekend thing. It's like, you know, people talk about like beer, impressive again. Yes, yes, it feels to me like a really good one. Yeah. Let's talk about another game the surprise despite being, hey, this is pretty good talking about dice hospitals. Yeah. Good. So this is a game for two to four plants. You will hospitals which made up of accidents. So you've got a nurse station, you put three little wooden on it and you've got a cardiologist or whatever. And then that's why you can treat a person needs the heart health fix. No, because because we're not treating people with treating dice dice, you look at the art on these things and you like dice light about to go into an MRI scout completely committed. It's a dice about to get an injection on this is not. This is on the actual printed art. Yes, tiles. And this is like it mmediately the last time I had like such an existential crisis was playing Super Mario AUSSIE on the switch on band aid in which some people are. Conscious and other people are other things on anyway, raise questions. This raised a huge amount of questions because actually apart from that has ever think you might find hospital. So you get like radiology, get dialysis. Does this dice have Dickey kidneys? This has bad kidney, which also employers. If we opened up the dice what's inside an on college department for dice college oncology is treatment of cancer. What does it mean for Dinesh to have cancer? It's making more plastic inside of it self. What does it mean for a dice to be alive at all? Listen, and then you think, well, we got little wooden nurses like they actually made of wood? Yes. Wouldn't people walking around? I mean, we were always, but then there were changed at least going on chairs for the wooden people, the chest for the dice which at tiny. So we should express the way you play this game at the start of every round. Obviously, you're gonna get points for treating dice. But at the start of each of the games rounds, you wrote a bunch of these guys and they'll go into get insist priority. So the pit on the dice dice, that's a two as a really sick dice. If you're going dice, it's a five, it's fine, but then the dice get into ambulances by somehow they the already sick dice go here, the healthy dice go here now play draft these ambulances. So you go the healthy dice dice what that means loan because Matic the sickness he gets first pick of the sort of shop. The allows you to either by staff who are essentially that will work as you can send the different rooms in the hospital. Oh, you can get different rooms in the hospital. So then you all the Dyson staff and tiles onto your hospital, and then you play this really nice little work placement getting whereby you've got maybe full members of staff. Three NAS, isn't a puzzle specializes in red dice the the bleeding dice, and then you can assign those staff around your hospital, which..
"jek" Discussed on FinTech Insider
"Well, it's a radically reduced and simpler prices will. The risk is much lower in this instance in what we do, and it might such massive amount of sense as well, because if you'll Pont dies, the thing you don't want to next to be worrying about being homeless, like being in a situation we're actually you'll, you'll covered for these types things makes absolute sense Fisher on as as a nation, combing perceptions. We are over insured, and I think that's probably right. But life insurance around manager is just is such a natural fit in an appropriate thing that it. It's hard to argue against that I, I think we'll usually over insured for like travel had yet stuff that, yeah, stuff that kind of mayo may no matter type thing. If I break my ipad, it may not change the destiny of my child's life at some point type thing. Whereas if they suddenly homeless because I snuff it and my watch light, well, like now type thing then, and I should say snuff it for my for the international listeners is. I think that we all similar taniwha Asli massively over insured and underinsured is just as individuals. We have no idea where the gaps in overlap saw, and surely there's a solution in the brewing somewhere that can look across my life and all of the different insurances. I haven't don't have to give me a sense of where I'm massively ever insured and wear. I must've underinsured to make sure that I, my family me and mine appropriately insured west that sevice that's it's coming from Brawley. So Raleigh doing that exact thing. They will look all your insurance policies and they'll go, you're paying too much on that. You don't need that this levels needs, but it's incredibly as you'd imagine complicated to do an execute well. So as of now they haven't yet launched that that complete proposition because it's, you have to, you don't. You don't wanna mess up. For is you don't want to be that you should reduce the value of life insurance. It'll be fine. And then this Naria is we've just described, yes, you'll bright that is a need that trying very, very hard to get there. It's just it's quite complicated. I think they've existed for the cooled, financial planners lovey pay them money, lovely gentleman by tunnel. They have fantastic. Trajan. Predominantly very nice shoes, mostly pens. And so I think what we're talking about that is trail commission and we're talking about Trump commission, which is the output of that particular relationship and it's been done badly. It's been done without transparency and it is absolutely in this day and age. Unacceptable. So I gotta get much different than what is doing trail commissions. Radically different is interesting. You also. So it was something that we thought about quite a lot sickly is gonna growing business. You don't actually want a huge debt liabilities in your balance sheet. If everybody councils their policies and everybody was to claw back. So it was something that we thought carefully about in tons of voting that I'm gonna move on t. southeast Asia, I think talked enough about Europe in America. I wanna talk about southeast Asia, and then then getting into Africa, say the South East Asian story is from the Business Times, and this is I'm going to say some of these names wrong side protest, advance that grab go jet are the biggest winners in Southeast Asia's e payment war, and that's according to a report from Morgan Stanley. So the Morgan Stanley report says that e payment players such as these ridesharing ups grab and go Jackson, the southeast Asian version of Uber, basically with the biggest when when it comes to the payment market. It in front didn't grab actually ball Yuba in southeast Asia Asia. As far as I understand these tiny companies in any way, shape or form of it, they reckon that banks are gonna lose his US dollas between eighteen billion and fifteen sixteen billion in value to non buying opera his two hundred twenty two. So they also recommend telcos really gonna benefit in that part of the world, the specifics if this particular market, because every every Mark is very different every country's very different and every confidence, very different. But when you look at the Asian AZN as opposed to Asians payments market, apparently this is from the report, an existentialist challenge for banks and huge opportunities for non-bank entrance because it's not about the money that can be made from processing payments. So so that thing we've seen in places like China, where payments are gateway to other financial services product. So you see the pace this world stop by letting you pay, and then they sell your mortgage. I'm probably life insurance wealth at it..
"jek" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
"It's definitely worth it, but it starts with removing that self doubt that that we, you know, as women per se that are speaking on a on a immense sport, like can't or shouldn't, or, you know, are less qualified. We definitely are qualified or even overqualified because we finally got there and people actually see, you know, hard work come to fruition. So it was an early stage man. I'm telling you, I go up on work and I'd be little sick, but I came prepared. I had a lot of great. You know, team members that help. Me along the way to say, hey, now you're gonna great. So it's tough being so young and not knowing what's happening, not being like a to broadcast journalist, but the path is is really is really authentic to me, and I don't take it for granted. I don't know who said this, but. I made it might have been somebody like Scott man, Pell but sense effect of the key to TV is once you don't let the television control you, you can control the television, meaning that once you sort of get out of your head and don't worry about the self doubts, don't worry about how you look on TV. Don't worry about what the presentation is and if your content good the viewers know. So I know what you're sort of saying in terms of always having self-doubt people much older than you, I think have that as well. I wanted to ask you because you're in a very unique position. You as a basketball player were always, I think, very media friendly. I interviewed you not that you remember a couple of times in group settings. And again, I think most women, basketball players who are at your level, I'm not sure I know of. I don't think I know of one who I would not consider incredibly media-friendly and providing access. I do wonder though today given that you're in this very interesting position now that you are working professionally as broadcast. Or in addition to playing, do you, has that changed your interactions at all with the media, or I almost wonder when someone is asking you a question, do you not only answer the question, but are you thinking yourself? Is this a good question is this is this a way I would ask the question I just I wonder now does your dynamic with the media change because you're because you have you also have a paid job now as a media member. Oh, I have so much more sympathy, you You know. know. Before you know, you hear question. Why that question, where's this coming from? And then you realize that it's a job and if the job of the media ask tough questions and sometimes we'll, why wouldn't they just not? They know that I don't wanna hear that question. I win. They not asking me that question. They know. I don't wanna hear. Well, it's because it's there. So it's hard. And then you know, the hardest part for me is now talking about the NBA primarily and and being friends with a lot of guys. 'cause we grew up together, you know, eh, you Madan game vote, all that sort of having to criticize someone, you know, it's hard when you know them and those criticisms come with implications. So now I'm like, oh, I get white so difficult because it's your job to be critical at the same time if you're also your dog to maintain relationships. And that's a tough line to balance. So yeah, that's the only way more fifty. You know. Sometimes we used to think about the rest and like every every should Should be. be poured me a good foul, but you realize that you have to play both sides, right? So way, more sympathy for media now, and now I'm like the mediator. So anytime someone has a problem in our locker-room apper game, but you won't believe this is actually where he might be coming from. That's great. That's a good advocate for me. By the way, am I correct at a? I feel like I saw this this summer where you kicked out of a game this year and is at the first time out of a game in the NBA I was, I was he acted. I was dected saw that one eight one Jek Shen. That was a quick quick. Cook. The ref gave you..
"jek" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"The new system supposedly would save thirty percent energy on average in data centers where it operates. It does not supposedly like the based on the tests. They're actually seeing thirty percent energy savings right now. So I think that's that's important distinction there, but very cool what they're doing with the different Facebook has its own like open source, energy conservation methods that involve wind. Microsoft is experimenting. With the data centers that are under water for cooling and then deep mind doing the stuff. I know I said no more Google, but this is deep mind just another alphabet company, not okay. They're working on the Google data centers, or, you know, I'm always curious about the security of things like this, and they mentioned that it's sent to a local control system and operators can take control it out anytime which is excellent. It's great that you have those manual overrides in place, but I also wonder how secure they are and if there's any way to turn off the neural networking of this. Yeah, there is a way to turn off the neural network that there isn't override. That is one thing they specifically address in their blog post about this, the general security of it. I, I'm sure what they're saying is the data center better be secured if the data center itself is secure than this should be secure, but it always good. Moving on Indonesia's go Jek, founder and CEO Nadia macaroni towed Reuters. The company is close to profitability in all segments except transportation. The company started as a ride hailing app, but has added features like payments in food, grocery and massage, ordering among other things and has its own venture capital investment arm. It plans to expand ride hailing into Vietnam, Singapore, Thailand, and the Philippines in order to compete with grab which bought out Uber's southeast Asian business. Go check is valued at a billion dollars while that's a lot. This one caught my eye because I've been trying to talk a lot about the fact that outside of the United States messaging apps, particularly as platforms where they're providing payments and shopping and other things are becoming the norm. This is one that isn't a message again started as a ride hailing app, and they started adding other things to it to the point where those other things are pretty close to be improv. Double while the ride hailing aspect of the business still has a ways to go. So I think it's a trend that if you live in the United States, like we do, you probably don't realize is as strong as it is. I mean, the fact that it's valued at a billion dollars and again, that's on paper, but the transportation aspect is the only place the company isn't making money, and it's making money and all these other places. I know that grab has competition already, but there's probably there's probably enough data where go Jek is like, okay, let's double down on the transportation stuff. So at least where you know, number two in some of these markets were were operating. But at the same time, it's almost like Elma sounds more like we chat where it's a a central app where you can get a lot of things done and maybe transportation is not their bread and butter who of you might not. It might not be an, I think that's what's so interesting about the expanding outside of Indonesia to say, like, look, Uber just gave up southeast Asia to grab. So there's room for a competitor there. Let's be that competitor because you know what we bring all this other stuff that grab grab has a lot of this stuff too, but maybe go Jek, thinks they're better at it. US telecom, CEO, Jonathan Spalter, and NTC a CEO. Shirley Bloomfield wrote an opinion piece in the Topeka, capital journal this week stating that like electrically broadband is essential to every American. Now, these are lobbyists organization representatives for the telecom industry. US telecom in particular, represents telcos including AT and t.. Last November in regard Steph, CC regulation, AT and t. wrote about the net neutrality debates. Utility regulation over broadband can only inhibit incentives for network investment. And in addition to that telcos, receive a tax break in exchange for a promised increase in investment..
Indonesia's Go-Jek close to profits in all segments, except transport: CEO
"Indonesia's go Jek, founder and CEO Nadia macaroni towed Reuters. The company is close to profitability in all segments except transportation. The company started as a ride hailing app, but has added features like payments in food, grocery and massage, ordering among other things and has its own venture capital investment arm. It plans to expand ride hailing into Vietnam, Singapore, Thailand, and the Philippines in order to compete with grab which bought out Uber's southeast Asian business. Go check is valued at a billion dollars
"jek" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Faster designs, such as fighter, planes interceptors and fighter bombers. And in some cases you're going to have, you know, one in front one behind also with trainers trainer aircraft or often like that. But this one had pilot co pilot sitting right next to each other, just like a love seat, just like love seat and the cool part. Here's the crew didn't have Jek shin seats or in a scape pod, even the entire cabin of the f. one eleven. Aardvark was an escape capsule the McDonnell escape capsule and it looks something like a star Trek's, a shuttle craft. Well, so we will see this idea repeated in a few minutes when talking about some proposals for passenger aircraft. Yeah, it was Zo. Yeah. Think of think of a shuttle craft. Yeah, it was self writing. It was watertight. It can be used as a flotation device. So. Sorry, you said self righting, not that's not writing with the deep itself writing as in it would Bob right side up. Yes, it was a pretty cool little capsule. I mean, it was the it was. It was the entire crew cabin really. And so. So how did it work? Well, if we looked to addiction history dot org dot UK, which is the leading source of information on this sort of thing. Looks like they were about a over one hundred addictions log for the f. one eleven during the course of its tenure, and the survival rate looks pretty good. But again, it's it's kind of sobering to look at a lot of this data, especially when you can see pictures of of the pilots that were involved right sometimes survivors sometimes casualties because you can have this great ejection system in place, but you're still talking again about really dangerous situations really perilous situations with malfunctioning or crashing aircraft. Sometimes it's in a war zone, and we're talking about everything from bird strike. That's when air points strikes bird which can have Kenneth. Results on the aircraft. You wouldn't think so. But yeah, it does high speed bird high-speed plane. Verse in that meets a, you know, the the canopy of the plane or the engine. So you have a bird strike crashes, collisions engine problems. All these things happened in the course of of of planes tenure of it is actually utilized over the course of a decade or longer. And sometimes the sometimes the stories are just like fatally short, you know, it's just like the plane had malfunctioned. It crashed and there's no sign that even an injection was even attempted. It just happened so fast. That other times they're pretty remarkable. There's a listing for an October twenty seventh nineteen seventy six section with the Aardvark. In his says, quote, capsule was fired with the airplane about sixty degrees, nose down at a hundred feet or less. So like the, it seems like this in the last second may even be passed a last second. Oh, yeah, that'd be. Yeah. And they, but they actually both crew revived. There were no synthesis injuries. So this was one that stood out as an anomaly of it really seemed like it was going to go the other way, but they survived. Thanks to the the escape capsule. Wow. Okay. How about one more? What about the Rockwell b? One Lancer? Yeah, this one is this is another beautiful plane, I guess, kind of kind of volition here, and this is the the form that we still find inservice today, and it's likely going to remain in service toll around twenty thirty. I think the current estimates here, the US air force b one Lancer. So the air force had four be one as built was the first model, and then they ended up doing one hundred be one Bs the first three b..
"jek" Discussed on Off The Hook
"And I think that's something that we all can learn from not only hope but throughout the country. Because if we don't band together and fight, what we all agree is is wrong and evil that wrong and evil is just gonna keep getting stronger. For instance, we're talking about somebody one of those hats. Okay. Somebody with a hat standing there not really doing anything, but just, you know, their existence is is offensive to a lot of people, and eventually it made somebody do something made somebody grabbed the hat off the person's head which technically is assault in if the happened, the other way round. I think we'd have no problem seeing that. So the person who did that have to be jetted and the all right people win because they kept their cool. They got a reaction and they were able to strike against somebody else. This is the kind of thing that we need to be. You know, one step ahead if we wanna win. It's it's really the only way to to get through these situations. Alex. I, I think this debate really underscoring the issue of, you know, what point do you have the necessary and sufficient evidence to Jek somebody from a conference like this in the danger here is that from my point of view, it underscores something that you just said Emanuel, which is. If we were to Jek these people, these provocateurs, he's make America great agents too early. Just on the basis of viewpoint. Then they win because then they are in the moral high ground and they're the ones who were victimized and then they can play the victim card. And on the other hand, if they created provocative situation like they did and if they played the victim card like they did and we let them back into the conference like we did, then they had licensed to intimidate and harass like they did. We're not gonna make that mistake again. Now, let's think about this in terms of thought experiment. If this was a Trump rally and we were wearing a Bernie Sanders shirt, would we be expected to be let in. Probably not. Well, I think, yes, I think that we wouldn't be treated so well. Okay. Let me back to be leading about it again. I can't imagine. Maybe you expect to be let in, but you expect to be abused in harassed and and whatnot, and but that's not for the people at the door to decide who comes in and who come, who is not let in on the basis of t. shirt or hat. If somebody with a Bernie Sanders shirt showed up at a Trump rally and started disrupting and causing seen well, then perhaps they can get a check did, but it would be very much in the province of the Trump supporters at Trump rally to make somebody wearing Bernie Sanders shirt uncomfortable and to let them know that they're not welcome there. And I think that we had that to an extent at our conference. But for some reason, these people were extraordinarily persistent mentioned because they were professionals. Everyone probably has noticed that this is a time in our country where people are pretty much on edge and polarized. There are a lot of things that are symbolic for many people about what is going on, what people like what people don't like just the American flag in and of itself is a symbol that's atrocious for many and something positive for others. We don't really know what that symbol means for the person who has the flag until they do something or say something and a swastika is very clear at this point, and it didn't take too long during World War Two for that symbol become apparent what it means. Someone wearing make America great again had is definitely a symbol for me personally of something extremely negative and hateful. This is the first time in my lifetime that I'm aware of where press. Resident used. Speech against whole groups of people in order to raise their, you know, to to gain political power. And to me, that's a tros and the Maga hat..
"jek" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside
"To helping you me also become a better man but a father better husband better business owner community leader wherever it is that we're showing up this is geared towards helping us improve as men now i will be the first to admit and tell you that i don't have all of this stuff figured out but between me and the guest that i bring on we've got some of the conversations that need to be had that can improve our lives in every facet of our lives wherever it is that we we are showing up and we continue to grow each and every week which is a testament to the power of this message and the importance of masculinity and manliness in society i think now more than ever now guys i've got a great one lineup for you today this is a topic when it comes to fixing our marriages that i haven't talked about four a couple years probably on the podcast and instagram and facebook twitter wherever it is that we're showing up on social media in the blog and everywhere else but continue continue to see this conversation get brought up and questions about it and i think it's so so important that we address the topic of marriage and how important this is and just as important making sure that we are capable of fulfilling our marital vows and obligations because not only does it help us as men it helps our wives obviously it helps our children and i think generally speaking marriage is good for society as a whole so i'm going to talk with you about that today before i do i do want to i share with you something that i haven't shared for a little while in that is our exclusive brotherhood the iron council this is a group of men four hundred and ten give or take who are working together to improve their lives fitness relationships business i'm in you name it every area of life if they are trying to improve they're coming up with jek gives they're coming up with tactics and plans for making that a reality and then of course you have the brotherhood and the camry and most importantly the accountability with other men who are cheating on big big levels and they're being held accountable to the things that they identify as being important critical in their own development on their journey to become better fathers husbands business owners community leader so if you haven't checked it out or if you're on the fence i would encourage you to join just check it out join us for.
"jek" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Pat gray only on the blaze radio network pat gray returns on the blaze radio network hi time for chewing the fat jeffy hey have you hump day off you know the days when we have days with nothing is celebrated as one of those days would maybe they should come down a little bit national running day national gardening exercise day national higher education day national yo yo day national drive in movie day yeah you know apple sauce cake day may i may enter jek on the national drive in day i was informed by ron one of our producers here that it was on this day in nineteen thirtythree the first drive in opened up i go yeah located on crescent boulevard in camden new jersey though still driving theater well i hope not because i'd rather watch him in my house now there's nothing better than the thirty.
"jek" Discussed on The CyberWire
"Since then it's been purchased and it's been rebranded to be a low jack which essentially installs an agent on your system at the firm where level that allows you to track your laptop should it ever be stolen so that's kind of weird this offer is that we're dealing with the actual software it self to our knowledge has not been modified as far as functional the code remains the same if you compare legitimate logic sample with one of the ones using a hijacked see to they're identical a hundred percent function matching across the board so the problem isn't stemming from absolute or low jek software it self essentially the attackers are taking that copy of the software and simply replacing the c two in it with one of their own i see will take us through how low jack works how does it maintain its persistence on a machine sure so there's an agent the researchers back until fourteen dub this small agent but basically what it does is the agent self embeds itself in are you efi for more and from there whenever the system is rebooted it embeds code into something called auto check that yet see basically is what's going to maintenance persistence on a machine itself so anytime you were to swamp drive out if you read the system or even if you reformatted it's gonna persist because it's actually at the firm lover rather than a software level so it's it's unique a method of maintaining persistence and it's great for though jacket self right because if somebody grabs her computer and steals it and they walk out a drive so they can actually use it you're still able to then locate your laptop so it's a really it's a cool persistence mechanism and it's really unfortunate that attackers abuse that kind of leverage that for their own purposes and so the legitimate functionality of of of low jack install what sorts of things does it allow you to do so that's that's one of the thing that makes it appealing to an attacker right is low jack itself allows you to execute arbitrary code.
"jek" Discussed on Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women
"Each but i think what we liked about it was that she was a all that we are come with women in which is someone who selflessly putting her own desires and bishop side of the country and we'd like that woman and when you're running for president you're saying and affect i want the most powerful job on the planet i believe i am the best person for the most powerful job on the planet and hear all the reason why i'm better than the guy i'm running against and that is hard for women to say and it's really hard for our ears to hear i think that we haven't quite adjusted to that but other progresses made right when hillary ran for president eight there was a question about whether or not to be commander in chief that was not a question sixteen so i see embellishing and being comfortable with women that have it as the next hurdle and i think that confronting it talking about it and recognizing that is how we start to get around it it's really interesting i remember now that there wasn't an issue about her being commander in chief and i think that probably also emanates from the fact that she was an extraordinary secretary of state and so many people came out supporting her who were in the military and i think that made a big difference too but you know it's funny when you talk about how she talks about different things i remember that she was accused of yelling when all she was doing was projecting you know it was like this is insane but you wanna thinks you talk about in your book that intrigued me was how women do power how women exercise power what power looks like in the hands of a woman can you talk a little bit about that that was really intriguing i think that you know interesting if you step all the way back i wonder what kind of has jek dury's was the world and our country on about women realizing power and what is about the personnel hillary and trump and it's really hard to separate the.